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CAIRO. ILLINOI8. TUESDAY MOBNING, . NOVEMBER 7, 1882.
.Vaynr N. H. TliiMlewood.
TroMiirer T J. Kurth.
clerk Uinul. J, foloy.
CiiiiiiU)r--Wm. H. Gilbert.
Manila) -L. H. Meyura,
itiwrnuy William liendrlcfta.
BOAH1) IIP iUlIBXtl
KirH WardWin. McIUIh.T. M. Klmoroutfu.
Sr,oud Ward-Jemo IliuUle, (!. N. Ilatfhea.
Third Ward U. F, Blake, John Wood.
Konrih Ward CnarUa 0. Patter, Adoipb 8wo-
"kimii Ward-T. W. Uailldav. Kriient B. Puttlt.
CI rcnil J'nltfo L). .1 . i!...;cr.
I'lreuit Clerk A. U Irvlu.
County Judi(o K. M Yociihi.
County Clem 8. J. Huinro.
County Attorney J. M. lamron.
County Treamirur Milen W. Parker,
rlherltf .lolin llortii.
Coroner K KlMwralfl
Comity Commli'iilonoraT. W. lulltdfiy, J. A.
lit l Ik and Pulor Saup.
CAIKO rtVHPHr. 0'irnnr l'e itU and Poplar
; atresia; pracliloi! fln-taud tiiird Sjudaa lu
eac1! raonta, 11 a w. and 7:w a.m.; prayer meet
iDKl'Uurn.la', 7:)p. m.i Sunda ctiool, :l a.ra
Kuv. A. J. 11 It Si Fantor.
UllTHCH OK TUB KBDBSMKiWEplicopai.i
j Fourteenth ureet; tinudar ?Wl m., Holy
Kucharlut; V.J a m., Sunday i:bool ; Tin) a.m..
Morning Pier; H;iK) p. m.. livening Prayura. r.
p. Haveupor't, S. T. h. Hector,
l'llt Wt MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCH.-
IT e' btni! at ID ) a. n... p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
'alilm'ti achool at 7: p. m P-er. T. J. borea,
IL'Mi K KAN Thirteuth meet; f'nrtcei Han
j bail. 1:W a. m ; Bunday acbooUp m. Kef.
K:.v'i-'', pant jr.
Mr; rH'Jl)lhT-C0r. Eolith and Waliiotttrf.it.
1'rear.blnn Salibath ll .Uia. m. and 7: p. ni.
.-midair hc.Uool at 4:H)f. ra. Kev. J. A. Heat reu,
1)l'.F.SIiYTKKlAN -Eighth treet; P'tactiUu ot
Sabba'h at lt:'W a. m and 7:p. m.; prayer
meerlni! Wedneadaj at 7:')p. m.; Sanday School
at J p. ni. Ke U. V. fJeorjo. paator.
S I JMOEI'H 8- iKouiau Catholic) Corner CroM
and Walnut atrweU; aervlwt tiabbath 10:80 a.
n.; holiday School at i p. m.; Venpera 3 p. m.; aer
tier every day at 8 a. in. Kev. O'llara, l'rlent.
ST. rAT'liCK'&4 Human Catholic) Corner Ninth
tired and WaahlnRton avanaa; wrtlcea Bab
oatb a and Ida. m.; Vepr8 p. m.; bonday School
1 p. m. tervleat ry day at a m. Rev. Mante.nwn
CO RON IB.
Mr. K. Fl rZ'iEK ALU authorize ua to an
nounce blm ii a candidal for re-election tl the
office of Coroner of Alexander connty at the coni
ng November eloction.
We areaalhoritu l to annoance lht Mr. P. A
Taylor In an ludnpendent caudldate for re-election
to the ofllc of Comity superintendent of nubile In
aLru'tion, aihjwt to the d:cllon of tbe votr of
We are authorized to announce that Mr I.. C
GIB, of Tnebet. I a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schoola at the eniutnu
We are anthor'ied to announce that Mr. 8A MU
T.h J. HCMM will be an Independent candidate
fortlie office of Count y Clerk at tbecoroiug Novem
We are antburiz-sd to announce that T110KAS
J . CUAIM, ol Hodi-efi Park, n a eanll lat rnr the
office uf Counti Comtult-ioiier al the euniinj! No
W are authorized to Hate that Mr. J. li ML
CAUKY, of Commercial Point, wUl be a candi
dsto for County CotnaUiloner t the coming No
veini)erlecilou. AVPKLLATI CI.EHK.
S'e an a itbirt.od to announce that R. A. D.
V1LB VN'KS, of JeJer'ou county, U a candidate
l.irUlHfioftUo ApilUte Court In the rourta
Dirlelon of lliinoK inject to the aeciHon of a
rxuv-Mitlori of tin Democratic party
Wc are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN
IlOHCiKS at a candidate for sheriff of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin: Pleaee aunounco my name aa the
eandi law of the people for the office of Counjv
Judire at the November election. JLSlLSK.
We - authorized to annonnte tne name of
WALTEK WAUi)SI a a cndida e fortne oflce
of County Jod8 of Aleianler Couuty.
We are authorized to anuounre .luttlce JOHN
n UOBINSON at an Indrpendnnt candidate for
t ountv .lidje at the ci'iiin,' Novenrx1- election.
We arc authorized to annoanio Mr. 1L . .
TAUK K It as an ludnpendniit canflldito for treas
urer of AUxauder county at tho comlug November
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv 1-ine llunnint?
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dirkot Connkotion
Tiuins Liatc Caiho:
n. in. Mail.
Arriving In St. Louin :45 a.m. ! Chicago, 8;U" p.m. ;
Connecting at Odin and Kfilnghain for Ciuctn-
uailt IjOUIIVIIIO, lIlUiaUHUUB BUU luiui. .PH.
11:10 a.m. 8t. IjOuIh and Western
Arriving In Ht. Lotitt 7:05 p. m., and connecting
... r u'u.,
lur mil iuiuv. i, Hsu,
3:ftO n.in. Wat. ICsttrniiia.
I or St. Louli and Chicago, arriving at St. Loula
iw.-fv' !. iiiv.,u i n ut
;) tOO p m. CliuiinnKtl Kxprea,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.! f.ouiivllle 6:55
a m.; Indlananolla 4 :0ft a.m. Paanengera by
tlilH train reach tho abovo point 1U to 30
UUUKS In adMnco or any othor rqute.
wr-The 9:50 D. m. OinrOM hftl PULLMAN
BliKBl'INO CAk Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through ilneperi to St. Louli and
Fast Time East.
Ii tbla line bo throtlirli to Kant
X anslllcln urn points without any dolny
cnunod by Bnnday Intorvonlng. Tho Saturday after-
UWVU V I I It 1111 Ul V, Bl I l Oil 1 1 vB a v. civtv w vuw17
niornlagatlO:Hn. Thirty -tlx hours In advance of
ny uMinr route,
lyKor through tickets and further Information,
. fiw i . , , . .ii i r,MnA. n.l
iiuiy mi iiiiuuia ventral uniiroau m-viuv.
J. D. JONBS, Ticket Agent,
A. B. OAVSOll, Oea. Pass, Afoot. Chicago
Whilt other Baking Powdert art largtly
adulterated with Hum and other hurtful
hat been kept unchanged In all itt original
purity and etrength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it: '., u ving received the highest test Imam.
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
EuihlUnn .' I.plla THl Cm., Dr. Prk.'. HpMlal
ri.i.rl.i Ulcatu, u4 Dr. frit'. Celqi Ffu.
-)R W. C. JOCFLYN,
D K NTIST.
UPFH'B-Elg'ita Htrcet, near Comn arcla'. Avenue
QR. E W. WUITLOCK,
Omen: No. Vto Commercial Avenue, bfltwees
lilhlti and N ;r.th Streeu
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On amt aftnr Mm lair. Ju'.v 21. and nnlll furlh.-r
nolle '.the fjrrybo t hMa St at wIM rra a near
a. poKKibie flu t!ie fol!o!u4 time table:
toot Fonrth It Mlnourl Land g. Kentocky Ld f.
B:.11a. m. 7:noa. m. 7:-'l"a. m.
H:s " 9:m " : "
in:.) it :f " II :w "
J:op.m. i'.'Up.m. 3:01. m.
LetVH Leave Lenv-t
Foot Fourth ft. Kentucky Li's. Missouri Lan l'e-
4:0ijp. m. 4:'Jop. m ti:IO p.m.
On lait trlplcavlnu Kontu kv landing at 4:30 o'clock
p. ra., tne Mat win ga u uira rmni. manmg con
neotlon with T 4SI.L. paonger iralti for Cairo.
Klrttrij atrt:Jia. m. letivin 1 itro. Will connect
with T. 4 St. L. train leaving Cairo.
(J O A. L
D Stoves 3D
S Tinware. b
FliOUH- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hie host Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Aveuue and Eighth Street
P. BK08S, Preslrlont. I P. NSKP, VlcePren'nt
II. WKLLH, Caautur. T. J, Kurth, Ass't cash
P. Brolis m Cairo I William Klute. .Cairo
I'eterNetr " William won.... "
C, M Ontcrloh " 0. O. Patler "
K.A. Under " II. Well
J. Y. Clom.on, Caledonia.
AUB5KRAL BANKING BU8INBB8 DONB.
axenango sota ana boiiglil. micron pam u
the Havlngt Department. Collections mads sua
ait easiness promuuj attended to.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
C0IIKECTKD DAILY HY CHAS. CUNNING
8:30 A. M November. 6, im.
November. December, January,
Pork Jit) 00 $ $18 5
Wheat fM'i 1)5
Oats 341 31
Pork $19 07'i m 7'4
WhHut nK'&U MS
Com 7' 5)4
Oala 3lfitl W,7j,
8' 0 P. M.
Pork 9i9 0M im fl 31
Wheat IrtM'Jl UP,
Corn Hi '4H
Oats M'i i8)S s;
NEW YOIIK.NOV 1,
Wheat R. W. 1 3 il ii No i It. W. II Wliffi
107. No. iCornSH.
Wheat 133 cars winter. aii5 cars unrlng.
Corn-S85car. 8,()O0 liuchel Canal.
KTAOE9 OK TUB BIT Kit.
The river marked by the giu'e last
evooiriK at thin port, 9 feet 10 inches
PitUlmTtf, Nov. 00 p. in lliver 2 ftut
1 inch and falliog.
Cincinnati, Nv. 60 p. in. lliver 0
fuet 0 inches ami rising.
LuuUville, Nov. 00 p. m. River 0
fect 0 inches and falling."
Nashville, Nov. 60 p.m. River 1 foot
0 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Nov. 0-0 p. m. lliver 10 feet
7 inches and falling.
The Wyoming from St. Louis passed up
for Pittsburg yesterday without landing.
The Jas. W. Gaff from Cincinnati is due
here to-morrow. See Passenger Agent W.
F. Lambdin for rates.
Business on the wharf yesterday was
more than monotonous, but a "prettier day
couldn't be found in a whole day's walk."
The Centennial left here Saturday morn
ing for New Orleans with a darling trip,
all the freight she could carry and a hrge
lot of passengers.
The City of New Orleans had a god
trip, stuck on a bar a few miles above the
city on the Mississippi, and left here for
New Orleans at 3 :30 p. m. Sunday.
Ihn Cons. Millar from Memphis arrived
here Sunday night at 7 :30. She had a light
trip, but gobbled up a good lot of passen
gers here and left for Cincinnati at 9 p. ni.
The Arkansas City from St. Louts, on
her way to Vicksbure. arrived here Sunday
night at 8 o'clock. She had a light trip
and departed tor the lX)er MlBiaii-i m
10 p. m.
The Henry A, Tyler from Memphis re
ported here Sunday afternoon with a first
class trip, and departed on her return trip
ast evening with alare lot of deckers and
a fair freight trip.
A NEW RAILROAD.
Articles of incorporation ot Paducah,
Metropolis and Chicago railroad company
were filed Friday in the office of. the secre
tary of state. It is proposed to construct
a railroad from aa near Wetaug Station ou
the line of the Illinois Central railroad, in
Pulaski county, to Metropolis, on the Ohio
river, in Massac couuty, and thence to a
point opposite, or nearly opposite, to Padu-
cah, Ky,, with a branch to Brookly, in
Massac county, III. The principal business
office is to be at Cairo, and the capital
stock is $500,000. Tho incorporators and
first board of directors are Win. R. Brown,
Elijah P. Curtis, Robert W. McCartney,
John W.Thuft, J. C. Willis, A. D. Davis,
all of Metropolis, and William II. Green, of
THE WAR DEPARTMENT AS A RE
PUBLICAN RALLYING COM
MITTEE. Perhaps nothing will show more forcibly
bow every department of this great govern
ment of ours is a roused to activity in tin
election than a little incident which oc
curred in this viucinity within the last few
It is but a short time ago since tho snag
boats Do Russey and McComb passed
down the river from Jiere on a snagging
expedition. They had reached Memphis,
having dono but comparatively little
work v on the way, and wore
about to continue down tho river
when orders were given , by Borne sub
ordinate authority there to stop aud re
turn to Cairo, and leave tho crew hero in
time to vote at the election to-day.
The CBptain of the MaComb
refused to obey this order, because it was
ridiculous and would involvo tho useless
expenditure of a largo sum of the people's
money, and lie waited at Memphis for or
ders from the socretary of war at Wash
ington, lie had not loug to wait, however.
An order soon arrivod from the secro tary
of war himself, directing him to ro
turn all tho men under his .employ to their
respective voting places at once. This or
der tho captain had to obey, of course, and
last Saturday tho MaComb arrived again
at this port, not only with her own crew,
but with the crew, ot .another snagbo.it
also, who are all expected fo rote, "accord
ing to the intcrosU of thoir employers."
Mr. Whitney, tho mate of tho MaComb,
says that ho was assessed thirty-five dol
lars by the Hubbell committee, which he
has not paid.
PROHIBITION AND THE REPUBLI
We have the mot,t reliablo information
that one of tho orders in Council lust night
wus that the vote of Republicans in Cairo
should he divided with tho Prohibition
Candidate for ti,e Legislature, Thomas M,
Logan. As we suid several weuks ago,
the Republican party ik vit wits anything
but the old Know-Nothing and Prohibition
party in disguise. All tho old political
Uisucs, upon which the Republican party
wtiS bu'lt up, being d'-posed, it again
becomes wnat it once was, a Prohibition
Party. The Know-Nothing element is
left out, on account of the largo number of
citizens of foreign birth. But tho eviden
ces accumulate every day that tie Re
publican Party is a Prohibition Party in
disguise. Look at Ohio, at Kansas, at
Iowa. Nothing but the complete over
throw of the Republican party will save
us from the reign of bigotry and tho de
struction of personal liberty. Tho Blue
Laws of Connecticut and tho puritanical
hypocrisy of Boston are fast cropping out in
Illinois. The liberal citizen of every race
and nationality should rally as one man
against the threatened triumph ot Piohib
hition, which is the forerunner of all man
ner of bigotry and social tyranny.
A BAD RUNAWAY.
Ycsb-rdny shoitly afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Reed were driving down Washington
avenue in a buggy behind their handsome
white, family horse, and when near Thir
teenth street, 'he horse suddenly started to
run and, becoming uncontrollable, ran
a-aiust the sidewalk over turned the buggy,
throwing Mr. and Mrs. Reed out, and then
continued to kick and etruggle violently to
fr.ee himself fruin the harness and vehicle.
It seems that in his violent kick ami strug-
glco Ko atruoli clg, of il ci-lnrullr
with one ot his hind legs breaking
the le just above the fetlock.
The poor frightened animal continued its
smuggles until Chief Meyeis put an end to
its life by sending a bullet through its
The buggy wis of course bodly wrecked.
Mr. Reed was slightly injured in oue ankle
but beyond this no injury was done to him
or Mrs. Reed, which is very fortuuate.
Tin? will of Mis Ann P.urdutli.' was
brought b"f.)tv lite Vn e Chancollor in
England htloly. The prowrrty, by this
inv.nniK'iit. was to ivni:t;u untouched
for twenty year. The house in which
this woman had lived, wit n till her fur
niture, jewels, plate and oilier personal
property was to lie bricked up and lter
luetically scaled, for the wtn.e space of
Thft Vice OhatH'ollor directed the will
tr lie broken, and the trustees to "uti
senl and release all this tit present use
less property." Tho old lady was thus
balked in the only intention she could
have had: that of making a sensation
long alter she had been dead.
Many stratagems have been reported
to by wealthy inenjii I lie United States
to keep their properly tor general ions
in their own name, and thus found a
family; a difficult feat to accomplish iu
this country, where tin re is no law of
A machinist who, from e.Ntrenie pov
erty, had risen to become a millionaire,
died lately, and bequeat hed to his chil
dren and grandchildren only inoderate
annuities. Tho estMo in bulk was de
vised to a great grandson just two dins
old when the will was nude, and to this
child's heirs. The object evidently was
to amass an enormous fortune, with
which tho testator's memory would ho
kept alive for nt least half it century.
An old woman in New York died a
few months ago, who was known only
for her devotion to some twenty cats;
with lln'ise eats she had lived alone. At
her death a will was found, in which
she left the interest of twenty thousand
dollars, iu trust to certain persons
named, for tho care and maintenance
of her pels; literally "endowing; a cut,"
according to Pope's gibe. ..
It is not. generally known that the
vast cstato which Steiihen Girard left
for the maintenance ot an orphan asy
lum, is by his will to revert to his fam
ily if any sectarian doctrine is taught to
tho hoys, or if any clergyman is allowed
to enter tho gates of tho asylum.
Equally whimsical was tho will of the
woll known Doctor Rush, who bequeath
ed a million and a half of dollars to a
certain public library, provided all nov
els, magazines, newspaper, pictures
and statuary wore removed from it.
Legal decisions upon wills In this
country are to-day very generally based
upon tho assumption, that a man has
nr. rij t to hamper property after his
death with his unreasonable whims "id
Uncla Gabe at tho Corn Shucking. I
Do stnr l Kbinlu' out do sky do ItrlKlites' cI'Iht
Do otitii'M behind', do eoni Iwfu', do nlKgers In
Do likely mils la ho'pln' an' dolr shiny eyes
De sliiiekH la ilyln' llbely an" do jillo o' corn Is
Do wecilH is irrttln' Jowey-wo ttius' piiih do
Dar's a llttlo Jug behln" us Jes' n-waliln' in (Id
(Vou fcillnrs stop your co'tln' tell yotl hear tun
I'lllse do i.'liune,
All' you better nie.ljerorf doclnud dill's Hlldln'
'ci'ohh dc moon!)
Now cl'ar your tli'oiiU uu' ho'p mo Jos' sing a
song or two;
Wo'll sun t out wld do "Johnson Onls" an' seo
wuut wo tun do:
iSong by Tnclo (iabc; nil tho cnni-xliui king
coniHiiy Joining in the chorus. i
Oh! "Iiilnt nullln' full like do Johnson gals,
For dcy bivurs nil do enmity nut!
Folks on (It-Creek gwlne In Innk mighty Hlmrp
When ile Jil.nin un vmw 'In-lit ;
Dry IiIm in ile ipim tei n on de J'lnln' plnrc,
Kiglit i.'low lo ile I'd' ii' (I.' Iiiiiu;
Dey'e sweet as a hole In de 'luases-bnr'l
Ad' ulec as do siigui'-ttuiGl
Den' cl'ur do truck fordo Johnson gnld!
Oh! cl'ar dn track fur dp Jhn-n gain!
Johnson gals Is do nan tor me!!
Oh! nlirger wulr Inird In do new jr'ntin' trae',
An' he git mighty tired In de plnntiii':
lUit he sings Jcm' i-iime hh ii frog in do swnnip,
When do ebeiiiii' sun go lo HlHUtiu';
No timtler ef do plow-p int lilt 'gin de rocks,
An' de ilny git hot lis tl plvunn
He knew he hwiiip to see dem Johnson pu'ei
When do moon elnniiuiu' tip frou de ti s!
De tnorkln' sing when de bright dny breakin',
An' ho woke up In de btishe ull iiiiiun';
lint ho ain't hnlf sweet as do old wlilppcnvill,
Dill Hillg when de HUH gone clown!
De inorkln' tell yuu when to hitch up de team,
An' he calls out de niggers to do hoes:
!' whlpperwld tnlk 'Ih.iiI ile Johnson puis,
Vhubc he sing when do nionu done resell
Den far' you well, Miss Sule, dour,
I'nr' you well. Miss .lane!
I pwlno nut to see tint sweet btineh ' gills
Ihit lib nt ile en' o' do line!
l'Hr' you well, my old true nvo
1 Hin t got time to slay '.
I been out 'long wld de JuImikoii gnln,
An' dcy stole my beui't nwity 1
(At this stage of the muslcnl entertainment,
fuel fiabo wns aeelilenlaily struck- nil the
head by an car of eoru, thmwn from tho hand
of some one sitting twhlnd him. The Interrup
tion culled forih something like the following
purenlhcficiil obsei viitlon ill stalwart prose;
"bookep 'ere! what elul-!oot vllyiin Hung dut
corn'i Vou kin shuck Jes' as well wiilont
lm't'ln' do hark dm way! Vou seitln' in do
wrong plnce, 'way back diir, anyhow! I'.f ynti
piny woods niggers can't tell do li p n' my head
finil de pile ii' clean corn, ymi belt, r gn home,
mi' ef you ain't got 'nough slreiik in your arm
to pitch m ear o' torn ten loot, vou belter lay
down an' res' awhile! Ilrcr Ab, mi lif do
nox' chuiie; my head gone to j oonin' same as
a butnlcr-bee nVs'!")-J. A. Miicnn lu Century.
American Cattle in England.
Tho burly Englishmen who live on
the Oxfordshire downs are crying aloud
for protection from American stock
breeders. Ono of them writes as fol
lows to the London Moniintj Post:
"Much uneasiness is being caused
among English breeders of good stoc k
at the largo influx of American buyers
nt present in the country. At tho rn
cent sale of Hampshire i)own sheep at
t'avet'shani drove, near Reading, n
ereat many American, stock-breeders
were present, and ioirplWn.1 f,,r ov,r.
tat ion sheep at the following exorbitant
prices, at which local breeders say they
can not compete: 'Ewes, fl7s.' each;
ewe lnnibs, b7s.; two-teethed rams
fetched 13J guineas each. At Little
Dun ford ram lambs were purchased
for America as high as 29 guineas each.'
The correspondent laments also that the
finest k'in'ni Hock of Hampshire Down
bivcu .(. :.. i, numbering one thous
and head, and known as the 'Stratford
sub-Castle' breed, are to bo brought to
the hammer, owing to tho death of Mr.
Waters, tho-breeder, Tho Americans,
having for some time been buying up
all tho best blood stock of Hereford cat
tle, are now sweeping down in every
district where good breeds of English
sheep are iu the market."
Owing; to the frequency of suicides
from the summit of tho Column Von
(.loino, the Paris authorities have ex
cluded the public from it. Eighty-two
visitors havw thrown themselves from
tho gallery during thirty-two years.
EW I10RH SHOEING SHOP.
1 have opened a
ou 9th street. hutwuen Commercliil aud Washing
ton lives , huviiig given this business my speclul
Over Twentv Years
I fool ronfidiMit I can glvo perfect satisfaction. I
have uol onlv given my atteutloH to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
bnthvo made tho cnnstractlon of thu foot unil
limbs a study elso, wnlcli oualilus mo to lit my
shocB properly and lu so doing relieves tho horsij
from k grout dunl of Injury that bit would otter
wlso bo subject to,
Hoping bv strict attention to bulnss and fair
(lesilini to receive llhorul slin-e of thu imtil c pat
ronage, fours (aspect. JOHN Mi'CLKI.I.AN.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TJIK CITY.
(JOODS SOLI) VKKY CLOSE
O. O. I ATI Kli &, CO..
Oor.Niuutoenthstrsst 1 P.iiHik NI
ConimrellAvnil VairU 111
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 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.
joi N. Fremont St, Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell, and have suffered
from it ever since. About four
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
iu the cily said I could not
live. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Hrown'slron Litters and now
after taking two bottles I am
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,
R. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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