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OFFICIAL DIUECTOttY. J VARIBTTt HTORK.
Jflayor N. H. Thintlowood.
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Cl'-rk Dtnhia. J, Koley.
Ciiinu!ur Wm. B. Oilfoert.
Mnmlial L. II. Meyer,
Attorney William llcLdrtr.k.
OAHU OF AUHMI
firm Wr.l-Vin.McHl.T. M . Klinbrouuh
Second Ward-Jenne lliukle, C. N. Houne.
Third Ward-b. K, Blake. John Wood.
Kourtii Ward Cuarle O. Patler, Adoiph Swo-
P.f.h Ward-T. W. Ualllday. Erneit !!. Pettlt.
I'lMill JtKltCc linker.
Circuit Clurk-A. H. Irvln.
County JudgoH. 8 Yocuia.
County Clerk H.J. Hiinuii.
County Attorney J. M, Uamrnii.
County Treasurer M ilea W. Haiker.
Sli'Tlil John HckUoh.
Coroner U Kluj;erala
Couoty Coiouilmlouurt T. W. Ualllday, J.
Ulfolin and I'eUir aup.
CAIUO BAPTIHT. -Corner Tenth antf Poplar
J (truutx; preaching flrnt and ttiird Siindaye Id
car a inunth, 11 a in. and 7: t i :. m ; prayer meet
I Thursday, 7 p. m. ; Bunda fuool, S:i a.m
K..v. A. J. 11 8 .J Si I'M tor.
(Uiritl'H Up IMS KliUKEMKrt (BUHCOIia'j
y Fourteenth eireel; Sunday 7:flua tn., lioly
Kiu lmrUt; tt:;iua. tn., Sunday achool : '1.01 a.m.
Mottling i'rayern; k:iki p. m., Evening 1'rayera. K
Uavuuuort, 8. T. U. lienor.
MI.'H' MISSION A KY
1 I r' t'!t'K al a. n.., a p. in., and 7:30 p. m
. K'.iu.li chixd at 7: p. m llev. T. J. Snore
1 1 tor
I I ."I II KKAN-Thlrteeiith trt; aerrltei Hab
J j bcili I'M a. w. ; h'ibtiay tctiool 2 p m. he.
nr:i. , jtir.
f tl'IKJOIsT -Cor. K'.hth and Wali.ttl tret.
.11 rntmtilni; Batihatb ll:. in. and7:W p. ru
to ml ay hcuooi at 4:00 p tn. H'jv J.A.Sr.arruU
nhKsl'.YTKKIAN -EUhth treM; prtacnlng or
M. faMia'h at a. in. and 7 . m ; prayer
mei-nnx v oiniay al 7:10 p.m.; Sunday B-hi
at i p. Hi. liev B. V. 'Jeoue, par'.or.
CT. JtS E I'll 8 -iltoman Catholic) Corner Cruf
U ami Walnut HrecU; aorrkoa SaMialh lu:a.
Sunday School at i p. in. ; Vrter 1pm.; aer
We every day at 8 a. tn. H-v. U'linra. i'rlt.
(JT. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ulnth
batb 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vesper p. m. ; Sunday School
kj emet ana vtaentnirton avenue: eervlce Ban.
i p. in. ac-rvicei every n at it a. m. Kev. ua.wrson
AN N'Ol'NCKM KNTS.
CO HON (H.
Mr. K. VI ri'jZHMA) authorize n to an
nnrince him a a candid) for re-clectlon tj the
office of Coroner of Alexander county at the com
ng Novernher election.
We areaathoriand to aanounce that Mr P. A
Taylor laan Indupeudunt candldatetor ro-election
totheulllce of County ti penmen tent of public In
struction, ubjoci to the d"dlon of the Totira of
We are authorlced to announce that Mra I. C
G1UH.1, of Thehea, l a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schuola at the eniung
We are author .,! to announce th.it Mr. 8AMC-f-L
J. llt'MM will be an Iiidependuot candidate
for the office of CountyClork at the coining Novem
We are anthorUed w announce that THOHA9
J CKAKi, ol Hodea Park, la a canoldate for the
We are authorlaea to tate that M r. J .11. MCI.
CAUEY. ol Commercial Point, wld be a eandl
d"f.r County Comml-aloner at tbo coming No
vembcrelectlon. 1PI-KLI.ATI CLKHR ,
We an a nh iruw-l to aummure that
K. A. D.
VILI1 VSKrl, of JetTernon county, i
H.vimI au of liiin im. a'Ject t the ducUU-n of a
com --nt ion of tlio Uo:nocratlc party
W r auth irliei to aommncc
HODtiES aa a caudidatu for
heriff of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin: l'leaae announce niy namo aa the
Judje at th November election. JL'STLii
i. ,.r i ... fur the oiuce oi v-.juu
u.1,.1 i.. min.innie the name of
fiht-niw vx-Alflll.-lta. . C4D lida'efortno otUco
of fouii'y Ju'Ue of Alexaader Coanly.
.... u..iK.,ri,,H iii Aiinounro .luatlce JOHN
II ituHINHOS a an Independent candidate for
ronntv J-id.'f al llio cotnln Novumner i-lftton.
- ii.. ..,..! m niinonu'.e Mr, JllUBn
PAUKk'k aa an l'mlpondont candidate for treaa
. r Alexander county at the coming November
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Humiine
O DAILY TllAIFS
O From Cairo,
MaKino Direct Connection
Arrlvtim In 81, Lonla ;45 a.m.: Chicatto. 8 :30 p.m
AT, .i o.lin and Kffluttham for Clncl
natt Loulavillo. Indianapolis and polnta East.
11:10 t.m. Bt. liOula tiiid Western
a,,iinUin Ht.I.oiila7:05D. m., and counectlni!
for allpoiuta West.
:i:50 i.m. JP'iiat ICxpreaiB
nrSt. LouUand i:hlcatro, arriving at St. Loiila
W:40 p.m., and CUlcauo , :iW a.m.
Arrlvlns at Cincinnati 7:00 a.rn.i Loutevtlle
am.; Indianauolla 4:( a.m. PaaaunKeri by
this train reach the above point lii to 30
UoUKS In advance of any other route.
r-The3:50 P. m. eiproa has PULLMAN
Hi KEPlNOCAB Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chanes,and through aleopors to St. Loult and
by this line go through to Kant
urn nulnta without any delat
f aSSeiMrei iS efn point, without any delay
. . a ....... I n Thn UnlllltHBIf Aft MP.
7nl,gat loT ThTrV,'-.lx hour. In advance ol
ap'plT at Illlnol.
A, H. II1NB0M, Gen. Pus, Agent. Chicago
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TllH: CITY.
GOODS HOLD VERYCLOSE
o. o. ijATii:ii & co.,
Qor. Nineteenth ttreet I
contmerrlal Avenne f
-EW II0KE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened a
on Sib i-trent. between Commercial and Waahlne
ton avca , having given tula bunineea my apcclal
.Over Twenty Years
I feel confident I can trlve nnrfeet Rttnfrtlnn.
bave not onlv given my attention to
MAKING AND KITTING
but have made the contraction of thx font
umna a atuny aiao, which enable me to fit my
propenv nn in ao aoin renovea tne Dorae
from a great hI of Injury tkat he would otter
wine be eubl'jci to,
untilne br atrlct attantlnn In Im.lnui mH rlr
aeaung to receive a liberal ahare of the pnbllc pat
ronage. Youra Konpect JOHN McCLELLAN.
rjn W. C. JOCELYN,
OiKlCK-KigLtk Street, near Comuercla! Avenue
jyi. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. lM Commwul
irhth and Ninth Htreeu
OAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On tai aftflr Mondav. Ju1v2l. anil nnlll fnt.
nolle. the ferryboat f hrae rttite will ru ll a4 riHiir
foot Fourth at
Mi.aourlUnd g. Kentucky Ld g.
fi.W a. tn.
8 80 "
7:no a. m.
4;: p. m
9: to "
3:00 a. m.
r:10 p. m.
2;uo p. m.
Koot Fourth at.
OulattriplegvtngKentU''kv landing aniioociocn
n rn . thn boat will go t) Bird Point, making con-
Kirnttrlp at :) a. m. leaving r. tiro. Will connect
with T. 4 St. L. train leaving Cairo.
O O A. Ju
QALLID AY BROTHERS
9 v .
PLOUJ GRAIN AND HAY
litmian Klnnrinor Ml llS
J 1"'""- - " ft
HhrheHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, PrMtdent.
II. WELLS, Caahtor.
P. NiCHF, VlcePrea'nt
T.J. Kertu, Ata't catb
v nm.. - Ca'rol WlUUra Kluie. .Cairo
Pflrcr Neff..".... " I William Wolf..,
C.M Oatcrloh " raiier...
E. A. Under " I H- Wall.......
J. Y. CUrofon, Caledonia
A GKNBRALBANKINQ BUSINESS DONE
Exchange sold and bought. Intereit paid U
the savtMi Department. Collection made end
all balne promptly attended to.
CA1B0. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1882
CU1CAG0 MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CIIAS.
9:30 A. M November 2, 18e3.
$19 2 t
11:00 P. M.
Wheat-65 ctiri winter. 13 cata uprlnB.
Corn- ir care. 17,'jOU buahel Canal.
W. P. Lambdi.v, rtvsr elltorof t'H Bulleh
and iteamboit panencr a'unt. Ordera for all
klndaof ateamboat Job prmtluii aolicltud. OlBco
at Bower'a European Rotel, No. 72 Ohio levee.
8TAOK8 OV TUB RIVER.
The river marked by the gauo last
evening at this port, 0 feet 8 inches
Pittsburg, Nov. 26 p. m River 1 foot
11 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 2-6 p. m. River 6
feet 2 inches arid rising.
Louisville, Nov. 2-6 p. w. Uiver 5
feet i inches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 2-6 p.m. River 1 foot
8 inches and falling.
The Jas. W. Oaff leaves Cincinnati for
Memphis to-morrow morning.
The Will Kyle from Cincinnati will re
port here for New Orleans Sunday if she
has good luck.
Capt. Alex. Halliday of the Paris C.
Brown, came through by nil from Cincin
nati and met his bnat here yesterday worn
ins. The Arkinsas City from Vicksburc
passed up for St. Luis 12 o'clock Wednes
day night. She discharged several hundred
biles of cotton here.
The river personals of the Cincinnati
Commercial says, that Capt. J. U. Fowler
is now one of the visitors of the Hot
Springs, Atk. The Commercial is entirely
off, as Capt Fowler is still in Paducah run
ning his various branches of business with
-Mtuucaiift) eveumg ntruui 10m w
the clou is began to accumulate and looked
... . a
quite portentious, indicating a naia winu
storm but it passed over by only Riving ua
an old fashiondd shower which was much
more accoptiblc, nrid turned oIT much cool
er, remaining cloudy all of yesterday with
prospect.of more rain and cool weather.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orloans
arrived here yesterday morning at 3 o'clock,
She had about four hundred tons of freight
on board, part of which she transferred to
the barge Hartford which sho had in tow
and departed for Cincinnati at 0 a. m.,
reported the Golden Rule hard agrouml
just below Tiptonville. The old adage
Jordan's a hard road to travel, is rather ap
plicable in the case of the Golden Rule ana
Golden Crown, as it has been stick, stick,
sticking ever since tbey left the Queen
That paragan of excellence in the way of
steamboats, the Henry A.Tyler will re-
turn here to morrow from Memphis, leav
ing here tor Osceola in thejevening. The
Tyler has entered m the trade as a regular
packet from Cairo to Osceola and will make
two trips weekly. Her owners built her
for this trade and intend to run on sched
ule time. She will prove a great convc-
niuncn tn alunncrs fruni this point, and
only ask a reasonable share of patronage
from the business men- of Clnro to make
Hop ratpa will h(l moelcrnto
Lilt DUWv, oat "
and the patronage cxteadud her will be
hichlv appreciated oy ner outliers nu
The machinery of tho Golden City which
isnowlyiig on board the Charlie Hill at the
hnadofwharfbout No. 1 was sold at auction
yesterday afternoon by Thomaa Winter,
city auctioneer and the following is the list
of sales made for cash :
Messrs. Sayors and Gilhoffor,
70o. per hundred.
W. L. lluubleton, hog clnins, tl.05 per
W. L. IUrableton, one largo boll, 15c.
V. L. Hambluton. engines doctor slidos
and throttle valve, $500.
V. L. Hamblcton, 3 trucks, $31.
W. L. Uambleton. wrought scrap, 05c.
Bayers and Gilhoffor, cast scrap, 55c. por
Tom McCabn, nigger capstan and shaft,
a a W II A 1 -..1- mi. ... .1 1 Imtt
Hiram Hill, anchor, 8c. per lb,
C. F. Nellis, nigger boiler, $10
The purchaser! have all mudeeitraordi
nary good bargains.
A remedy resting on the basis of intrinsic
worth demands tho confidence of all. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup is known and used
mostly satisfactorily throughout the land,
s is attested by its great sales. Your
druggist keeps it.
Eecovering Lost Gold.
Up to the commencement of the war
there had passed through tho branch
mint at Dalilotiega over i?20,00(),000 of
gold dust, nnd a low estimate will place
the amount of gold extracted bv the or
dinary methoil.s.in the Stale of Georgia,
at $-10,000,000. It has been known all
tho while that by the crude, simnlo
ways of amalgamation practiced at the
gold mills, much of tho gold escaped
with the tailings and was lost forever
in the beds of stream?.
Some publication has been made of a
new process for saving gold, invented
by Dr. S. F. Charles, of Forsyth Co.,
Oa. Dr. Charles is a Bavarian, a grad
uate of the royal engineering and min
ing schools of'Frciburg in Saxony, and
gained a valuable practical experience
among the mines of tho HarU Moun
tains. A modest, unassuming man, Dr.
Charles is, perhaps, the best posted gold
miniug and gold milling expert in tho
country. He is the owner of an im
mense lead of refractory ore on tho
Etowull River, in Forsyth Countv, which
it is impossible to work profitably by
the present system of amalgamation
with quicksilver on copper plates. To
save the gold in this ore, Dr. Charles in
vented a process which ho attaches to
tho ordinary utaniu mill, beginning
where it leaves off, that is, ho takes the
ore pulp that has been crushed by tho
stamp and passed over tho copper
plates, direct into his apparatus instead
of letting it flow away as tailings, and
further manipulates" it, gettin" live
times as much gold on his silvered
clothes, precipitated there by electricity
generated by a small dynaino-eleetro
machine, as is saved by the copper
plates of the stamp mill, over which it
Last week Dr. Charles, having at
tached a somewhat incomplcto appara
tus to the first-class ten-stamp mill at
the Franklin and McDonald gold mines,
under tho management of Col. A. II.
Moore, in Cherokee County, iu a two
days' run, practically demonstrated the
entire success of the invention. After
the mercury tables of the stamp mills
had done their best, and thn pulp had
left them, ordinarily to flow into the
Etowah Kiver, it was run directly into
Dr. Charles' silvered cloth, electric
amalgamator, which retained and saved'
five times more gold than the mercury
tables of the stamp mill retained and
saved. This invention which Dr.
Charles proposes to give to the mining
world is of incalculable value to the
owners of the universally refractory
gold ores of (reorgia, Virginia, the Car
olina.1? and Alabama, as well as to the
whole countrv. Just think of it! In or-
fir ft'iliiiiM tok aa.
tory gild ore and render immensely
profitable what has hitherto bocu com
paratively valueless. Att ottn CunMitu
tion. ma m
Don't Bito That Way.
As the old man enme crtitehing along
yoterdav morning he was hailed by a
group in front of a Woodward avenue
croeerv, and when he had halted one of
Uncle Billy, tlicv sav you were one
of the pioneers of Michigan."
"les, sir, I eaiiio to tins cuuc over
sixty years ago."
And you must nave seen ui
"Wild enough, I tell you. Nothing
but wildness here then."
It is said that von killed thirteen In
dians during your lirst live years iu the
Well, it was about that number, but
I dou't care to brag over the tact.
Might have been a dozen more or a few
less, but I guess thirteen is a good
"And you wero once chased by
I was. A pack of thirty or forty or
the varmints chased mo over a nine,
and I came near being meat for them.
"Were you bitten r1
Bless you. yes! I was bitten seven
times on the right log mm nvo on iue
left." . .
That's what, I vo been told, nna l vo
been wanting to see you for a wcok. or
two. I want to see how tho scar of a
wolfs bito looks, and if you will slow
mo one of tho bites on either ol your
legs I will buy you a 00 ping hat.'1
Tlio old man turned rcu m win mm
and swallowed a lump of something,
and then raising his crutch on high ho
wnveil it nround nnd shouted out:
"Go on with you, you gang of noodlo
heads! Do vou suppose that 1 stopped
aud sat down on a log and gave them
wnlves a chance to make scars which
would batiL' on for tiftv-livo years?
Take your plug hats to Halifax, and .
don't vou dare to stop me on the street
ej.c.i .'m: 'n,s..
A Smart Man.
is one win) noes ins worn iiu'ckiv mm
. . . .i.i.. i
well. This is what Dr. H. V. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery" does as a
blood-nuritlor and streiigthenor. It rouses
the torpid liver, purities the blood, and is
tho best lemcdy for cosumption, which is
scrofulous disease of tho lungs.
1)0 Not Ha Decolvi'il.
In thoHu tlmoa of ntiack modicinu ailvcr
tiHoniMita ovcrvwhuro it U truly. .gratify intf
to flnd one remedy Unit is wormy m pramo
w ... .v
anil which fimlly dutu aa rocouiuiuuncu.
Electric Hittura we can voush li.f aa IwinK
a true and rollublo romndv, and o t'lllt
will do as rccommundud. Tliuy invariably
piirn Httitniifli nml T.lvnr Cututi Uinta, Dm-
flftucanf thn Kiilnovi and Urinary ml
cultlm. Wo know whereof we speak, and
- can readily say, give them a trial. Sold
1 nuy cents a douio by uarry v. wuui.. ,
This is tho season of the year when
all nature is feeling pretty good. The
summer, with its dust: and heat, its
linen ulsters nnd mosquito bars with
small boles in for mosquitoes to enter,
is gone. People who have been away
looking for health have come homo and
found it right where they left it when
thoy went away, and they think of the
discomforts they havo enjoved all sum
mer at a high price, look nt their eom
fortablo homes aud shudder. This is
tho season of the year when if a person
does not feel gooil, ho or she has got
worms. Now tho leaves are turnino
from their Irish color to thn T
red, aud the Scotch plaid colors that
make one feel like dancing the highland
fling. The air is so bracing that one
takes u long breath and pounds himself
on tho breast and thinks bo is tough,
lee cream, refrigerator cars, ice wider
tanks, and rich relatives, and every
thing that is cold, have given place to
oysters, cars with coal stoves, hot
drinks, and poor relatives who are al
ways warm hearted, and everybody
feels good. This is the season of tho
year when men put on their ptiits that
they left off in the spring, mid they lind
a lost ten cent piece in tlio vest pocket,
and tho legs of the pants v re too Ion"
and drag on the ground hen the side"
walk is muddy, and tlio pants aro
about two inches too small around tho
waist. It is singular that a man alwuvs
grows two inches during the MininieY,
and never weighs any more iu the fall.
Maybe the pants shrink by hanging up
in tho closet with a lot of diescs'nnd
things. How is this, anyway? Let
some scientist examine into'tlie matter.
This is the season of the year when
everybody says ti.-di will bite and vou
go out and don't catch half as many
as you did in the summer, when every
body said they wouldn't bite. Thi-i is
the season of the year when the man
finds that his winter underclothes,
which ho took off in the spring, without
a hole in them, have been worn all
summer by some one, and limy aro
worn out, ami bo blows hi wife up be
cause they nre mended. This is the
season when the girls shako out an old
dros, rip it up, and liguro en how
much it will co.-l to have ii made over
,i I.. i . . .
ium .i iii-v dim:, uv out ni cllolljli new
stuff for the waist and sh-evon and !irt.
The buttons aro as good as ever. Iu
fact, this is the se;i.in when cverv-
thing is at its boM. and ihe slio.itin.r'u
good, and you feel asthuu.;li the winter
is not going to be so confounded ould
after all. but in about, iwi mouths vmi
will be froze stiffcr than a diied f1li.
the snow will be clear nolo vourknees.
the wind will blow like a campaign
orator, nnd vou will look for snrimr
with a longing, faraway, lingering look,
as though spring was umr best girl
that you hadn't seen since la.-.t Kb
ruary. lcki Sun.
Oriina in Irelmoi. ,
ine situtsiics oi enme in Ireland, as
prepared bv Dr. Hancock, says the New
York Time's, show that there has been a
very great increase since lnf in tuo
number of murders and attempts at
murder. In that year, measured by the
extent of population, serious offenses
stood 11.7 per lO.OdO. 1 he percentage
continued to grow until in 1 H.s 1 it bad
readied ' " ' it lO.omi. As it antici
pating ii.. , .....M'ljuoiiees "f the.'igitation
which has swept over the island under
the guidance of the Laud League, the
list of murders, attempts to murder, and
attacks upon property began to be for
midable oven before" the plan of the
league had passed through the prelimi
nary stage of incubating process. In
18K1, when Dr. IlaneocU had compiuie.i
his work, a crisis had been reached, and
tho comparison in proportion to the pop
ulation then showed forty murders in
Ireland to twelve in Knglaiid. There
were 07 attempts to murder as com
pared with 1 17 in England. Dr. Han
cock has been remarkable for the care
and freedom from bias with which he
has for many years dealt with statistics
of crime, and there is good reason to
believe that his e-timatcs have been pre
pared from tho degrees of criminality in
the two countries. It is a sicuilicant
fact, however, and one which will sur
prise a great many persons, ttuit in me
number of outrages on dumb animals
Ireland, during the time memioneu,
makes a more favorable showing than
England. Some of the English papers
have been conspiciioiTMy fair in putting
this on record, considering the persis
tence with which they had endeavored
to prove that Ireland, in this respect,
stood at the head of Uio catalogue.
There Is another feature of Dr. Han
cock's report which also deserves spe
cial mention. It takes account of the
crimes against morality, in spue oi tne
incentives which might he expected
from the nature of the struggle going
on in the country, it appears that in
proportion to tho population ol lrciatut
and lMigianu, "iu iormcrn;ui iiounim-o
iu.-.. us , niora i v and tne inner ion. nm
nuiMi-ni , le, iic .ion. i here tore, is ttiai.
with tho thorough operation of the land
act, in the matter of crime Ireland will
tako rank among tho most favored por
tions of the world.
Alcohol's EfTuot on Swine.
Two l'Ytuii'li dortors nt (Ironello have
iMinilin'ti'tl. nt tho I'Ximiiso of 11 noli
Swedish iiliilitntlii'o.i,Hl. it Huries or ex
tu'rimi'iita upon ji'ijjjm, fur thn purposo
of HHi'i'rlniiiinjj tlio I'lU'i't of iilcoliol on
tho intoi'inil orjrun of ilvunkaru. nt
tm iiics wrrt) trt'ftU'd daily "'i 'ii
rioim dt'M'i'ltions of alcohol, ami then
killlld llfttTlllU proCl'SS Ol llicoiioiiiimuii
had l'oiio on foi'Hoino time Kiich
r . ' ... . .r 11. .n.tM
had a dilli'ivni iii'scri uion i " i"""
n... inn w li kv. tuioinor inaiiu,
... . , . i. 1 ..
third nlmiiitlif. uml ho 011. y nn mihu
their vital orniiM wvw found to ba
initrkcd with small pjidU rcsonibling
,,1. 'I'lmir Hi'hIi wnn sound, but
whi'ii nont to ninikut It wis soizouas
,,v., . .. - .... , ,
at uum 101 imu.
to vigorously push .a business,
strength to study a profession,
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what is wanted, in the often
heard expression, " Oh I I wish I
had the strength!" If you are
broken down, have not energy, or
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, which is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
501 K. Fremont St., Baltimore
fluting the war I was in
jured in the stomach by apiece
of a shell, and have suffered
from it ever since. About four
ytarsagoit brought on paraly.
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
live. I suffered fearfully from
indigcslinn, and for over two
yean could not eat solid food
and for a l.irge portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Hitters and now
after taking two bottles I ani
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves,
K. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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