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Mayor N. II. ThiMlewood.
trumircr T J . tierth.
Clrrk DiDiilii. J, Koiey.
i;ou:ieltir--Wni. 11. ullberl.
Mmhiil L. II, .Mryuta.
Vtmtncy Wlllium llrndrloke.
BOAHU lr AUIK
Klriii Ward -Win. lltillale. T. M. Klmhroutfh.
rlurond Ward- Juma IlinV.le, C. N. tiuirhue.
Third Ward-ll. V. lllaku. John Wood.
KnurlU Ward C'liarlee 0. 1'atli'r, Adoipb Swo
t'l.-ili V,'ard-T. W. HaIIUUv. Brutal U. Pattlt.
Cirr ill JmlKn- It. .1 iit.1..-.
Circuit dura A. 11. ir:n.
Ciiuuty Judi It. H VKum.
touul) Clef S.J. Huimn.
I'ouuty .Mloroey J. M. lMmron,
County Treasurer Mili-.a W. Parker,
rihuilll Jolm llodifua.
Conuur II i'lu'jru'.it
;unty i.'oinmli-;')i)'!r T. W. IJallidity, J. A.
Miurx ana rtt-.r .-imp.
CiAlKU UAITHr. Corner Tuutb n'J Poplar
7 meet; prtcblbi flutand t:iird Sunday lu
eacn mom.i, U a. ;n. a:'1 ;. m ; prayer met.
itu Tunrrday, 7 '' P. n'. nana. if ncuooi, w:.jii .ra
K.:V. A. J. II B.SS Paalor.
C-UIUHCH Of tilH ltKDKE.MKH-Ep!icopa')
r'iijru'nulli etreot; dun.-itiy T:CJa in., lloly
Euitianit: a. to., Sunaur e?unol ; 'l:UJ.ru.
Morning Tray-jr; :iKp. m., Keening Preyera. K.
p. Ithv-.-bporl, 3. T. H. hector.
f.M !! MISSIONARY UAPTIST CUURCIL-
I'r . tire at 10:'ju a. n,., 3 p. to., and 7:30 p. ra.
L 'L huol at T:30 p. oi Uev. T. J. Shores,
f 1 T. KHAM-Thirleentb itri-t; rriw.'i 8ab
L i,u I i ri a. ; Hunday icuool 2 pm. her
Rr.i.pp. , rl ir
KTHoblt-'T-Cor. Eighth and Waiuumreeti.
il i'tv:ulio! !auliatu ll:fi. uj. and 7: 'J p.m.
rendbv 6a. ai 4:'t p in. P.y. J. A. Scitr-tit,
h.'-hTTEiUAN-i:inulb itraet; yeacntiig od
I ru!ihk'.b at U:u a. m. and 7: JO p. m.; tirayet
niceiihs Wtdntdnv at l:mp. m.; Honday Srbsul
at i p. m. iicv B. Y. 'jsorje, patoi.
CT. i'.ii:ri B--iHumati Catholic) t'orner Croti
U .ij.l V. ln lit itrceu, aorvtrrt ila'jbutb 10:30.
(i,i)(laT trchnol at i V- m. ; Vrpra 5 p. m : er-
(ici-.r ovary day at B a. in. Kov. o'llar. rrtcat.
CT- PA THICK'S (Homan Catbollc) Corner Ninth
O atrtct kt,d alilnirton avenue: aervkoa Sab-
eatb 8 and lu a. m. : Vpen 1 p. m. J Wam'sy School
p. ra. aervtcea ev?ry day at 8 a m. Ke. Maxtcrsun
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CEN'TKaL K. R.
TRIIKa PEPAHT. THi iHlirVC.
Mat'. 3:05 a.m I tMail .4:' a.n:
1 ic.iia datloa.ll:lO a.m Erpr? 11 :10 a. n
tlCipreta 8:W p.m 'Accnrndatloo .4:11 p.tn
C. St. L. A N. O. B. U. (Jackon lime).
t.MHtl 4:4 a.m tMall .. 4:3-lp.m
Kxpre a ro I tKipruM 10:30 a m
t ac inoda'iuu 3:a' p.ni
hT. L. O. K. K. (Narrow Gauea )
Eiprm 8:15 a.m I Kipr 4:S5 p.m
Accutu dattun. i .w p.m 1 'Accotti datlon 11 :40 a m
HT. I .. I.M 48. K. R
rExprona 11 :3fip.m tExpruna 2:30 o a
WABASH, ST. LOl'H 4 PACIFIC R'Y CO.
I1K.,.. :rivm I'Matl Ex.... tt:b0 pm
t Afcom'datlon 3:'i p.m t Accom'datlon 11:10 a.m
laiiy except Simday. t Ually.
MOBILE 4 OI1IO E.
A M a. m. I Mail
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Huunini?
Q DAILY TRAINS
O JProm Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
E ASTERN "l! N E S.
Tiuisa Liati Cairo:
3:05 m. Mn.il,
ArrlvlnBln 8t.Loul9:45a.m.; Chicago, 0:80 p.m.;
ArriviDK iu . ffnin-h.m fnr Cfnr.ln.
w. T .on la and Western
A..iinoln Rt.Loul7:05p. m., nd eonnecttnc
for all poiuta Weat.
3.BO p.m. Fast Exvrww
torSt. Loula and Chicago, arrlvtni atBt. Loula
W;40 p.m., and Chicago . .a am
n-.nn Ti.m. Cincinnati Kxpreaa.
.1 rtnrlnnatl 7:00 a.m.! Loutaville 6:55 I
a.m.; Indlauauolla 4:06 .m Pa.en!er.r by
tbia train reach the above uolnta 1 to 3d
Houua lu advance of any other route.
tia-The S'5.1 D. m. eipwei DM rUlilttiAa
. ;,7C.,,'7-it r.i.n tn Cincinnati, without
chansea, and through ileepon to Bt. Loula and
Fast Time East.
Passengers WfflW X
tanaed by Sunday intervening, i ne oavuru aj
,..rn ,.,m .lrn .rrlvA. In nBW Yo'k Monday
UUUU W.iu ,iv v..." .- -
morning at 10::i5,
v AtKu. ..intn.
Thlrty-eu uourain aavauceui
ay For through tlcketa and further Information
aninTat iiunoia iemrni munu i.ouMvo..".
Vl J. U. JONES, Ticket Agent,
a. U. tlA'NSON, Gon . Pant. Agont. Chicago
Q.EOIIGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Snrgoon.
Snoclal attention paid to the HomootMthlc treat
mcntnf aurglcal dlaoaaea, anddiseiBua of women
Office: On 14th alront, oppotlta the Tott Office,
U W. O. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE-Klghta Street, near Com Darclal Avenoe
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
'Omca No. 186 Commercial
Jtghthand Ninth Streeu
rv trr.i .1 .ii i tit i
Mza other Baking Powders arm
adulterated wi( cf hmful
irva izT ii r v
has been kept unchanged in allltt original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
Mfef W effectiveness is the fact of
itsj.u ving received the high &t testimoni-
0,9 horn the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frog
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PEICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Loulii, Mo.,
IU.fMor.r. Uf Up.ll. T.M1 ., r. PrlM't KawUI
f U.orl. Ulrttu, tti Dr. frln'a TaHa rtrtamm.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE A I' D RETAIL
Die Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOU) VERY CLOSE
G. O. PAT1KR CO.
Of. Nineteenth t rt
TRAIN'S KL'N A3 FOLLOWS.
US AND AfTER M05DVT, OC i'O B E R 51.
CxprcfH an-1 Mail ieavc Cairo. everv doy m'oi'
sui. dav, at 8:15 a m. Arnv.a at Last st. Loul ut
8:20p.m Arrive at Cairo at 4 :: p in
Acvuinaionaiiuu arrives i u.i'i
partt at I'M p. m.
ro. and d
I have opened a
on 9th itrect.bulwftjn Coui:nerclal aud Washing
ton avea , b:ivlU(! K'V'ia tbi nulno my pec,ai
etu-otion for ,
Over Twentv Years
I fel confident I can elvc purfcet catlsfactlon. I
bavo not onlv (j vou my attutio.i to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
hut haw mule tha c vitr4ftloa or tbo root ana
llmbaa atody also, whlcii nnab fi mo to nt mj
aboa properly and to duiiin: rc:ievos thj horo
from a (jreatdeal of Injury taat bn wou:d otter
wliie be anhj.'ct to.
Hoplm: bv atrlct attention to buUien and fair
deaUn to rocolve a llbur:i! abi'"1 of the pubi c pM
ronaee. tours Kecpuct. JOHN MrCLELLAS.
PAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, July H. an 1 until further
nolle '.the ferryboat rurin stitowiu runaa near
at poMlbloou tut) following nine lauie:
t Fourth .t
Mlnonrl Land'g. Eontni'ky Ld g.
1:00 p. ro.
4:30 p, ra.
7:3 a. m.
Foot Fourth t.
4:00 p, m.
n. m.. tbo noni win go i mm. r iu., ""s
v .. St.. I.. Dim.oniMr iruln for Cairo
Flrattrlpat :3)H. m. icavin u iiro. vrm connect
wlthT. m oi, u. inn u luaviuK
O O A lu
CAIRO. ILLINOI8. THURSDAY
CHICAGO aMARKET REPORT
i-uuiiBOTBD DAILY I1Y CHAS. CUNNIKG
9:30 A. M. NoToniliet 15, !Hi;2.
Deer ni bur.
12:H0 P. M.
1 CO P. M.
17:;k i7 47!
NEW YOHK. NOV. 1 mi.
Cora- 1;5 cara. 8 bunbel Canal.
W. F. I.AMi)i!, rlv-r wdltor or Ars nuLt.rTm
and ilea nboit .x ., ,,,jnt. 0r,,iM f;,r &n
kln lsof itai!;(,t Jcci puorlng o!ld!ed. OUlce
at Bo-e:'i European Uote!. No. 72 0blo lvee.
flAOESOf THE KIVb.ll.
The river marked by tho gnuge last
eTemriKat this purr, 11 ftet 0 inches and
Pittsburg, Nov. 15
-0 p. mHiver 4 feet
Cincinnati, Nov. 15-0 p. m. River 8
feet 2 inches and tailing.
Louisville, Nov. 15-6 p. m. River 5
feet 8 inches and filling.
Nthliville, Nov. 15 -U p.m. River 5 :'cet
8 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Nuv. 15 -C p.m. River lOfect
11 inches and rising.
The Commonwetlth leaves St. Louis this
evening fur Vicksburg.
The Ci'y of Helena for St. Louis,
yesterday morning with a fnir trip.
The heavy freighter and bi,r passenger
fteamer Annie 1'. Silver, is due to-night for
The Golden Crown for Cincinnati, and
the Centennial fur St. Louio, left New
Orleans Tuesday evening
The Fannie Tatum leaves St. Louis this
evening lor Helena. Will report here Fri-
ay niht or Saturday morning.
TJlfl0'''4v Of P5--r--.-.. '..(k.. u..
people, and left for Vickeburg at 7 p. in.
The Gus Fowler arrived late Inst even-
... i a
ing owing to neavy way ousintss. as
one item we mention 3000 sucks of wheat.
The Hudson is din here from St. L iuis
this evuing for Paducah. dipt. Todd
master, and Capt. John Griffith chief scribe.
Liter We are reli ibly inform! that tho
i. R. Springer will t;o through to Cincin-
na'i. fche Has over SUO Uiles oi cotton De
sides other freight for tint port.
Ir. Koeger, oue of the owners of the
Henry A. Tyler, says ohegot all ihe freight
she could handle aft?r leaving here, and
would go into Memphis with a full com
pliment. The Arkana City is due here early this
morning and will discharge 1,J02 bales of
cotton hero for the eastern market,-then
proceed with her usual grace and speed to
Lookout for the Andy Baum this morn
ing for Memphis. She is the boss packet
in the Cincinnati and Momphis trade, and
W. F. Lambdin will "issue tickets to pas
sengers at low rates.
The Will Kyle for New Orleans is due
here to-day. The Kyle is one of the best
of the Big O. Line, and her chief officers,
Capt. Lew Kates and Mr. Alexander, are
uuiversally popular along the shores of the
Ohio and Mississippi.
Cupt. W. P. Wright, freight agent of the
Big 0. Line, received a telegram yesterday
stating that the It. II Springer would ar
rive here this morning. Haveu't learned
whether 8he will go through to Cincinnati
or not. If she docs she s the boat to taKR,
for she is the quickest on trigger of any
thing that goes up tho Ohio.- Capt. H. U.
Hart command!), and Alf. Stein has charge
of the office.
By contracting a severe Cough and Cold,
I was compullecl ta give up my daily work
and keep to the house. A neiglinr rt'ccom-
mend me to try a bottle of Dr. Bud's Cough
Syiup: it was procured aud used; to my
astonishment relict was .instantaneous.
Edw. W. -Clayton, Waverly, Md.
Mothers I Motlicrs 1 1 Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth) If so, go at once aud get a bottle of
r. W!n-l,-.ni1a Unnllil. U. ....... T . Ill
.UIBi II IIIDIUTT D Uin'tUUl K7JIll;, lb .Villi
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is, no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who lias ever used it. who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, oneratinir like made,
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho tasto, and is tho present)
tion of one of the oldest and beat female
physicians and nurses in the United States
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
A LUCKr DISCOVERY,
Mrs. Hedged was ia low spirts.
J "fit, in itself was no remark.' bio oc
cuitoik'o. Mr.,. Hodgctt, poop 8. til, whs
iu iiw f.) tints i ticro is no reason
why she shouldn't bn. Life Viu very
hard and thorny to her. Jf theie were
a 1'ii'co of ill-luck gning, it cimo ns
nii.iigiii to her n thencedlu to the mug
in i. nun na.i heen trying all her life to
L on, :uul l.ere, nt tiftv years old,
She was hnpel.'ly bcliiinl-lmnd.
but that lldiy lk-lgett should bo
bnihliuig the brig,t drop out of her
t'yes was Komeihing moro worthy of
u-peemi note, j li t y w.w no Xiobo, but
rather a diinpl.-d, laughing: He bo, who
.i.i wiini to iook nt everything on tho
sunny side, and make the host of tho
liio.-,t untoward ciivuinMances.
Mrs llfdett was wahinT tlm lir-oi-
fa-it (li.lwv, with a (.low, funral sort of
IllOVlllH'llt. Pn ttV IlettV WM t.m.Unrr
the ehickcn.i at tiio door-stop.
"It'8 jlist 0111- luck." nirrlio,!
llcdgett. -I've got so now I don't look
for nothing els.v Kvorybody in the
town got l.d o.-s Wtif mo and not a soul
came n..ar hid, Ihough I paid for adver
ti.iin' hiiU, and whitewashed and paper
ed two bedrooms nivself! And tho r,.f
is out of repair, mid the ceiling fell last
week, ami I don't see that wo may as
well give tip."
"It Won't do to !Tivf! lilt Hint linr " cni.l
tty, snrrcpiitiotislv winimr nieov ti...
slow tears. "There are l wolmvs t ,i.
ticatc, you know."
We'll have to bind '
0111 Ollf tii annm
decent trade," groaii'.-d Mrs. Hedgelt.
"Yes, I know tour father wanten 'em
to get book learning, but how are wo to
Hetty was silent.
"To-day is the nienic. nin'i. it'" c.;.i
Mrs. Iledgett, .suddetilv rousing herself.
Vint you going, Hetty?"
"I thought VOU KPt ft d.!!ll n' ctira Ktr
that picnic, ifetty?" she said.
lu-tty ruirsl into tears.
"Mother," said tshe. "I haven't n d
fit to wear. And I'll not rro amnmr thn
others looking like a dowdy. No, not if
never step out oi our own gard.en."
And she got tip and went down to fend
the poultry. For. since her father's
loath, Hetty Hedirett had been farm.
hand, dairy man, poulterer's bov and nil
in the poor old place.
lur. alter all. business is business."
aid this maiden to herself. "And nmi-
that the cat has bethought herself to
seek a watery grave in the well, and
none of the men in the neighborhood
can come to lish it out until tho dav af
ter to-morrow, I must take the pail and
go down to clear out the yellow sm-iii"-
iu uh: niiiMi, ior water we must hni ."
Hetty Iledgeit was down in the glen;
her silky brown hair was tangled with
oiled up to the elbow, when someone
it rode, with light step, into tho forest
glade. Sho started up.
"Doctor Hardie!" she exclaimed.
'I'liu l.nmlitn i-tf,ifi,ikb.rir vlni ,nnil ill fcirflif
of this fair apparition, and lifted the nat
from his handsome forehead.
"1 was on mv way to your house,
Miss Hedgult," he said, "to ask a fa
vor." What favor could we possibly do
you, Doctor naniier sain sue.
ion can give us shelter over our
leads," fcaid he. "My wife doesn tliko
the noise aud confusion at the hotel.
And we should be glad to pay you lib
eral terms for comfortable accommoda
tion for us and the two children, if you
could po.-sibly take us in."
'Mother will oe so glal, she sanl.
Will you come up and look at the
rooms: it only we can mm .Mrs. liar-
-1 must first a?k for a drink," said
the profest or. "I have walked all the
way. dive lue your utile tin cup,
Dh, but tuis water isu t goou yet,
urged Hetty, "I was just clearing out
the spring. See,- it is colored a red
dish-brown, luats the reason wo
always called it tho Yellow Spring."
The professor tasted it, curiously; he
stooped down and examined it intently.
-And don t you Know too reason oi
its color?" he asked.
"No!" Hetty replied, iu some surprise.
"It is an irou spring." Professor Har
die asserted. "The stream Hows through
heavily charged veins of iron. lias no
one ever discovered the virtues of this
sPrin.s?:.. .. , .
'o, notiy mane answer, witn won
'Then, said tho proiessor, "lei me
give you tulvicq. Have it stoned up,
and this spring will bo as good as
Summer income to you the rest of youi
-Oh!" cried Hetty, "do you think
"Think!" said the professor "I'm
Kiira of it."
Hetty was quite happy that evening, 1
sitting iu tho purple twilight, planning
about the curtain to tho big front rooms
which the Hardie family were to occu
py, when Tom Forsyth came up the
"Hetty," said he, reproachfully, "yoii
weren't at tho picnic to-day. I looked
for you all day. What do you think 1
cared for tho picnic without you? ' Hot
ly, tell me the true reason you didn't
"Because I hadn't any pretty dress tc
wear," said Hetty coloring aud laugh
"Isn't this pretty enough PM tenderly
lifting a fold of the brown dross.
"Oh, Tom, that's only calico!"
"But you look lovely in it," said tin
enthusiastic swain. "So lovely, dear,
that I can't help saying, out and out,
what I was going to lead up to by de
grees. 1 want you for my wife, dear. J
lovo you, oh, so dearly! Tell nie, havo 1
spoken too rashly! Can you love nic
back a little P"
And Hetty blushed deeper than ever,
and looked down at the blossomlnii
crass, and whispered thattine dldn 1
know she thought sho wasn't quit!
And then Tom Forsyth folded her
tend. 'fly in his arms, whispering
"My own little wild daisy-blossom!"
When Hetty went In thsit evening, her
mother was rejoicing over their improv
"There's always a turn to everyone's
luck," said she, "and I believe ours has
eomo at last. Tho Hardie family are to
pay us fifty shillings a week, and tho
professor says tin; Yellow Spring will bo
the resort of nil the country round, as
sooiias ii.-, qualities arodi-covered -and
"And I am to bo married to Tom For
syth," said lletiy, hiding her faco on
Mrs. Ilodgeu's 'nioiliorly neck. "Oh,
es, mother, I'm cpiite siiro that tho turn
of luck has come!"
Tales for tho Toddlers,
One evening Lucy's Young Man did
not keep his engagenii'iit to come ami
help her Ho!d Down the Sofa, and she
was very angry, becauso the Youncr
Man generally brought along a box 0f
Candy, and Lucy could make it Look
luvd about as easily as any Girl in
So she sat down at the Piano and be
gan to sing. After sho had given the
folks a Sample of "When tho Roses
IJ.oom Again,""Only a Pansy Flower,"
"Empty Is the Cradle," and a few other
Gems of Melody that would make, 'i man
teel like committing Murder, her Father
said that perhaps she had better Quit.
a.s he ilidn t care about having the Pa
trol WairOIl inakillL' Useless triimm BiinK
a cold niL'ht.
Lucy made no reply to this remark of
her Father's, but onlv l.immnH thn
, '- v.. t t,lj uiti-
sio down pretty Hard, probably to show
what she. could do in ca-,n slm ulinnl.l
ever Get Real Hot. TIiph .! l
play t:H.''iano starting in with the "Rat
tle of I'r.lL'tle." When she b.-ul tinil,...-l
tho piece her Papa went across the
I? i t . t i
iiinmi vt Milne ins oiliest son was sit
ing and hsndud him Fifty Dollars.
"Why, Papa," said Luov, "what are
you giving James all that'nutney for?"
"Your brother bet me Fi.'tv lb,!!,, "
he replied, "that you would knock Out
the Piano in the First Hound, nnd I inn
giving up the Bundle."
Then Lucy began to Cry. and said
that her Father and Brother were Nasty
Horrid Things. But they only laughed
at her, and when she had gouu upstairs;
Iter Papa snid to James: -Let us open n
Sm ill Bottle." 1
Men are very Curious Creatures, chil
dren. They will frequently open a
Small Bottle, and then go homo and tell
their Wives that times are too hard to
buy a new Bonnet. But sometimes
these men Lose Their Grip, nnd turn up
about Thirteen or Fourteen o'clock at
night, having bad to hire a Hack to got
homo in. and then somebody "ets a
yuii'.fgieo" tiioi me, euiiiui'ijr- jtticttyu
An Alsatian Marguerite.
Some of the peasant women of France
are strikingly pretty. In the district of
the Loire, which I recently visited (says
Luey Hooper in a recent letter), one
meets with glowing brunette complex
ions, large dark eyes, and well made,
upright forms. In Normandy tho wo
men show their northern origin in the
peculi tr nv"i iun whiteness of theirskins,
their o... ; Lat-biuo eyes, and fair
hair; and I once saw the perfect realiza
tion of Goethe's "Marguerite" in a
lovely Alsatian blonde, who occupied a
station no more elevated than that of a
chamber-maid at a hotel at which I was
staying. She was so beautiful that she
might have ridden in her own carriage
nnd sat in her own box at the opera, in
velvet and diamonds, had she so willed
it, but she kept herself strictly in rhe
paths of honor, married a well-to-do
shop-keeper, ami when last I saw hei
Sho was a comely young matron, with a
yellow-haired 8-y ear-old boy clinging to
her skirts, while her proud and happy
husband carried a chubby, solemn-looking
American bottled beer in sold all over
(?L0UP GRAIN AX1) KA
Egyptian Mouring Mills
nitrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat. .
Commercial Aveuue and Eighth Street
P. BHOSS, Hrt'udi'nt.
II. WELI-S, Caehlitr.
V. Ni'fr". Vlro4';o'nl
T. J. Kiirtb, Aaa't rnb
K. Itroaa - Cairo I William K'.iyj. .Cairo
I'olerNflir " I VMIIiuiu Wolf....
(!.M Om rlob I O. IK l;eUr
K. A. Butter " I II. Wylle.
J, Y. Cluin.on, Culndonla.
A UKXRHA-UANKISU 'irstNKnS UONI5.
Bxchtinno ooM aud bought.' Interuit pal.l It
thaHavlue Uup irtmuut ChIIpwiod uiad and
all boalneM promptly atwnded 10.
t That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Hitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Lojanport. Ind. Dec. i, 1880.
For a long time I have been a
autTerer frum itomach and kidney
disease. My appetite waa very poor
and the very small amount I did eat
disagreed with me. 1 waa annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many remediet with
no auccesi, until I used Brown'a
Iron Bitters. Since I used that my
itomach doea not bother me any.
My appetite iiaimply immense. My
kidney trouble it no more, and my
f eneral health ia tuch, that I feel
ike a new man. After the use of
Brown's Iron Bitten for one month,
I have gained twenty pounds ia
weight. 0. B. Sargbnt.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
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