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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1882.
' City OflK'frs.
v syor M. n. Thlstlewood.
Tn-nKiiriT T J. Kerth.
i li fli -Dinuis. J, holey.
i.!iiiniirlor--Wui. B. Gtltiurt.
Marshal I.. H. Meyers.
BOIHII Of 1LD1HK K
'smi Wanl-Wra. McHel. T. M. KlmiirouKh.
S.-ciimI Wrd-JeeHu Hu.kle, C. N. liiiKhes.
Third Wani-ll- K, Make, John Wonii.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Tiller, AiloiVh Hwo-
''n'ii Wrd-T. W. H.il'.liWv. Brnrst H. pHttlt.
Oirc'lll'l'.'IM II. J.Makr:.
ClrciltClurs-A. 11. Ir.'ln.
County Jndie K. rt locum.
County Clern 8. J. lluinin.
County Attorney J. M- In-r.ron.
Cotiutv Treasurer Miles V. Parlor,
rihurlir Johu llodifus.
O.roaer-K . Kitwritla
County Commissioners T. w. iUlliday, J. A.
tilhi.s ari l I'ulcr S'ip.
CtAiKO H.vrrnr.-Crair To-ith sui) P'jplnr
tri!".i pre-iching first and laird Sundays to
teen month, 1U. . and 7 ; in.; pray ..r m-iet-ui:TUut'dv,7:.u.
ui ; Sunday -dio'H, a.m
ll.iv. A. J. IIBSS Pa-tor
iIHH H OF IUK KBDEEMliK--(Ep(c..pVj
1 Kr.iti-tiib street; Sunday Vitaia m , lioly
r.'i., liurut ; :.l a. m., Sunday aihool ; 1:01a.m..
M"t!ili. I'rsvnrs; :; l). m., K 'cuing Prayers. Y
f. 1 i..,,U'ur'i, a. T. 15- Boil.il. .
i ., .-1 MISSIONARY baptist cuckca.-
r r vl.l!iir .il:: a. n... 4 p. ni., end 7:30 p. m.
p. --.I. .!)! at 7:) p. n H". T. J. Bli'Tf.,
( i. i ! uKAH-Tl.trteflitn s'rtiel; erH.es Sib
I , l ,.u . tu ; Mau'iay t h.il? p m. Kev.
:il ! p;l. I'Wt
Mi I'lMlHS'M'T. Btirhtl- nl Walnut trts.
Frci .1.1 i r :it'iih l:l O- aod T : p.m.
"-.a-iay .. ..-. .v . p m. K-w. J. A. Ntrt.
I ) I r ).V rE'f AN - Kluh'h slret; pwacatue on
1 iu..a;h at 1 1 :. l a. m and 7::vip. m.;prayr
-vr.tr vVr.1i.i ii.St at ?-.ri' p. m ; Piridey rlcheo.
it 3 a., lie.' U. V Ottorit, pastor.
k-i ..i rilpn F -, Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
. f.l SVainot ttrayia; aervtc. !(;ibb-.h I0:3fla.
J.; i. l.y hohwl at i p. m.; Vwpr 1 P- m. J er
no , t,v. rr m at a. m. Hev. U'Usra. I rUt.
vT I' AT 1IC K'S-h Homan CatUoltc) Cornet Ninth
O KTiot an.4. WaaM&ctn avenne; aervlCM sab-
and W a. m.; Vepert S p. n.. ; Uaoilay School
. p. :u. ..rir v.!rvdy at ft a.m. Kr.i- Mawron
II. It. Tl MK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILMN'UIS CENTRAL H. R.
THUN) PEI'AKT. TaAPB AKWVB.
Eir.i i:SP p. nv
C. ht. L. ' O. K,
tMail ' a.m
Kiwrei 11:10a. in
Acc"indation .4:ls p.m
tt. (Jckon Kiuta).
ttfall 4.4"ia.nl) tMall ... . 4:p.m
Kipr 1'i:: Oa m tEiprvr V o
Ac'mudatum 8 rOp m
ST. L. A ''. K. H (Narrovr Gauge )
Ripf :1.A a.m I 'Kxpr."!! 4:M p.m
Accom'datlon. l.'Xip.m j Atcom'datlon 11:) a m
ST. L . I. M 4 8. K. R
P.xpw ll:30p.ro Expren.... u ru
WAHASI1, 8T. LOUIS P.At IFIC H'Y CO.
M t i A hi .... ft-.iJ vm I 'Mail Ki.... WW p m
Artom'dallon i:i p.m Accom'dation 11 :10 .m
Uai.jr except bundar. f Dully.
MOBILE 4 OUIO B.
..i;55. m. I Mail....
.9:10 p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
iwnwL w W MM-
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv L.ino Uuuuins
O DAILY" TRAINS
Makinu Direct Connkotion
TkII I-Ar A'AtKli:
;: 0 t m. Mtil.
Arrlvtn( In Ht. Louie 40am : C'bkauo.H'.Sll p.m ;
i:uiiiii litm at Odin and fcffliiK'hani for Clnclo
nail, LuuiaiUo. Iudtanft,iull and pulnta Kat
1 1 ;1( a.m. Ht. liOulu nl Wntrn
Arrlvlrjjln St. l.ouia:0'jp. m., and cuiDTtlns
for all points Weal.
:V!M KiihI Kaprptis
,,rSi. Lonla an.l fhlcao. arrlviri; at fk Lonlf
V:0p m., and Cb1iai;o7:) a tu
H.OO p in. Cincinnati Kxpr.
Arrlvlnc at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loumrllle f,:
r.m.; Indiauapolla. 4:i a.m. I'aarn by
II. ir. train reach the above poluta I U to JO
UOL'RH In udvanco of any oilier route.
tffThe1:M n. m. eiprum hai PULLMAN
r?CKEPlNO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
r haiiKoa, nd through aluopora to St, i,onl and
Fuet Time Kant.
1 lSSeil;eiH em pulnta without any dlay
tanned by Hundajr Intecvotiltig. The Saturday aftur
ooon tralu from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
liornltiKeH":. Thlrfy elx hour In advance of
nv ol her rontfl.
WKorthrntiKh tlrknta and further Information,
iiplvat Illinois Cuntral Railroad I)o'ot. Cairo,
J. 11. JONEb, Ticket Ageut.
A. II. UANSON. Quo, Pan. Agent. Chicago
QEOHOE II. LV.kCn, M. D.
Plivrtiolan and Surjroon.
Special Attention paid to tha Homeopathic treat
tnotit of eurglcal dtioaiei, and dlaeteui of women
and children. - '..,
tifBco: on 14th ttront, oppoflte the Ton Olnr.e,
Tt, W. 0. JOCKLTN,
OPflCB-Klghtk Street, near ComL arcla! Avenoe
J)U. K W. WUITLOCK,
Orncie-No, 1M Commorcial Avenne, betweea
JffMi and Ninth Straau
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poisonout oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Alwayi uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
it. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and fit. Louis, Mo.,
kro( tj-i!n Y.t ef, Dr. rrW. Imi Battel
rrl, lid Dr. PrltVt l.l,u. FtrfMM.
VE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODt.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TItK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATT Eli & CO..
,-)Or, Ninetesnthnrset I PaifA III
nBirnercia! Awn f l.-ailtl HI
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
ON AD A PTE 8 M0PT, OC,OBER21.
t'xprepi. iiiI Mall leaves Cairo. everv day except
!!), it S.iS a tn. Arriv.a atEaat St. Loula at
3:20 p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4: p. m
Accommodation arrivei at 11:40 a. m. and de
parti at l:uo p, m.
fEW H0RE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened a
on 9th itreot. between Commercial and Waihlng
tou avea , huvlii); g.veo tbli bnslneea my special
Over Tweutv Years
I feel conddent I ean Rive perfect satisfaction. I
lave nut onlv g'veu my attention to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
hut have m4t the cntr iction of the foot and
limbs a ttirl) aWu, which cnih'ei me to fit tny
ho s propcrl aud In ) dolug relieves the horse
from a great deal of Injury tkat he would Otter
wise be stihjjct to.
Hoping br strict attontlon to buinees and fair
dealing to receive a liberal share or the public pat
ronage, fours Kespsct JulIN McCLELLAN.
QA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, JiilvSI, an.l until further
Doilc.tho forryboit f Uro diiua will ruuas near
as possihlooii tan follnwlu titno table:
.as LfAvie Liavas
foot fonrth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld ,
11:31 a.m. 7:00 a, m. 7:80 .m.
H:W ' 0:01 " 9:o "
lit:i " 11:in " U:S0 "
l:oo p, m. l::Wp. a :00p. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Pool Fourth it. Ksiituckv Ld'g MlKfourl Land'g.
4:0.1 p. tu. 4:;j"p, m. 0:10 p.m.
On lent trip leaving KentiMcv landing at 4 :iOo'clnck
p, m , the host will go toDlrds Point, making con
nection with T A St, L. pas ongr train for Cairo.
First trip at nt a. m. leaving 0 tiro, Will connect
wltb T. A St, L. train leaving Cairo.
D Stovc , 3D
B Tinware. B
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CRAS. CUNNINO
11:30 A. M November 17, 18a.
November. December. January.
Pork $17 i-O $ f 17 !",
Wheat b:t 9 it,
Corn 8?H 5.,
Pork 17 8-, )7 I'm) 17 t
Wheat 8(S !'. M-S
Corn twi' 6 i 6-1 L.
1 'CO P. M.
Pork 17 9iVt 17 $17 6TS
Wheat WilM W
Corn d', 81 61
Oats 35 11 'i
Wheat 119 cars.
Corn-195 cars, if, 00 harM Canal.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
WEDDfSa DKESSE8, ETBNINO TOILETTES,
AEsTUETIC OLOKS, TUE JERSEY
Lll.T, WOOL COSTUMES,
Satins in theory isgoiui out; ia practice
itdoesuot ' Some hanlsorao wedJing
dresses have been f utircly tnuile of it, und
in enmbinution it appears besides grt h
yraij, reps nnd broculee, all of which are
employed for the bridal costume, separate
ly or together, for it is a ptxuliar freak of
faguion that while in ordinary material
combinations ure scarcely seen, iu rich noods
they aro iu especial favor, threo an i four
kinds beius often united. Heps so large
as to be called ribs are however the lead
ing idea just now. Old timj velours looks
up again, gros grain bilk takes precedence
of satin, became of it's rep, while the rib
bon" of the day are seamed Htid furrowed
in fashion most approved. Nothing I have
said huwever but what holds food of even
ing as well as bridal toilettes.
Orange Blossoms are about the- gole dis
tinctive feature if we except the long tulle
veil which every bride arrangerjtoauit herself.
But even orange blossoms show sparingly
among richer clusters of lilacs, clein ttis
spirea or white roses, while orange buds
are too stiff and waxy to fir.d approval.
The prettiest of all rarer roses of luce, fine
machine maJa lace and there-sore not vor..
expensive, the attendant haves being ot
white velvet traced with veins of gold or
silver. Gn very rich costumes B-p-trate
figures of velvet (chietly floral) rue put on
with admirable result, yet those are not
more elegant than the sujierb brocades
which are veritable poems. Pur white for
the bide of course, but where the color
comes in embodying all that is bfnir.il ul
ia hue. . Delicate on the hand and gorge
ous on the other aro eveuing colors while
f ir day time most nuttble are the peculiar
esthetic biendiogs. Leading hero we see
olive bronze, terra coita, vctetiau bronze,
electric blue, crushed strawberry mu i wine.
Bonnets, trimmings, buttons, handkerchief,
ribbons e icti detail iu keeping. Even
your little spool of Clark's mile end cotton
dyed iu harmouy. To modistes innumera
ble this brand is a necessity, owing t ) its
superior strengh, elasticity at.d smoothness,
but doubtless the great dem ind is also partly
due to care that it sh ill harm mizo with
prevailing colors, I perfume you are fa
miliar with it: you certaiuly ought to be.
The Jersey Lily. Had as a nse is she,
but hor complexion is bo delicate tint the
high color is a superadded ch irm. Large,
beautiful blue eyes, soft brown hair, caught
in a low knot, and showing a perfectly
shaped, exquisitely poised head; an elegunt
presence, aud a fascinating manner by
which she captivate the news paper re
porters. These heroes prostrate; prostra'o
too the papors. Feans to the Jersey Lily
aro sung daily, and up go the prices for
seat from whonco to gH2 j upon her. As a
result of that gnzo rightininded person
sees & far from perfectly lormod nose aud a
mouth too largo for absolute perfection.
All this as a preliminary to saying that iu
walking abroad she did not disdain a plain
blue cloth suit. Neither theu should we.
These plain wool suits are iudeod quite a
popular rago; of green, brown, garnet, etc.
wo see them everywhere. Many are of
simple tailor finish, but others aro finished
by the ruchingsof the day. Givien a strip
of goods from 8 to 6 inches wide, pirk the
edges, box plait iu the centre. Behold your
niching; wide for skirts, narrow ou neck
and waist; no rule but that of good taste.
Kedingotes on redingotes of plain wool
aro thus ornamented. Too many, in truth,
for every body can get one: what anybody
aud everybody h", nobody oro loug will
have. Result. The rediuutes lioniched
must go. IVrhapB a sharp Yankee might
sell thcui to tho Chinese.. Many a dress is
now trimmed with a ruching round the
bottom uock.and up tho (ront and sleeves.
The cbancos aro hero for longer duration
becauso not so conspicuous aud crowded
together as on tho street, Moreover too,
Id smallor places where perpetual repeti
tion (loos not tiro the eye as here, a ruch
ing would be a good choiep, especially for
Blunder figures. Io themselves they are
both novel and pretty but a stout porson
had best remain oontunt with tho tailor fin
ish or an edging of flat side plaits. A wool
redingoto bo trim mod has just gono by, tho
forerunner doubtless of ma'iv another.
ABOUT "CAPT." JOHN COW DON.
Tlie genth inau named above is dogging
tho special committee of congress which
passed down tho river a few d.ys Bgo to
investigate the government wore in pro
gress on the riyer. When the tommllteo
wae here, and at nearly all pints below
here, the "Captain" hunted up and trottnd
before the committee of investigation, all
the river pilo'g whom he could induce to
s'ng his little song of nutlet, and they
were iu every case, without a cinglo excep
tion, worn-out pilots, "moss-back," men
whoi-e ideas about all that pertains to the
river and river improvement are of value
only en account of their antiquity. The
following item from tho New Orleans
Tim' j-D.niocrat may be uf intorest at this
''Memphis has done somo great things io
bertim-;. She has the moat diabolical
streets und is the most hopelessly insolvent
corporation on record; and yet, not satislied
with her dazzling eminence in all these re
srects, sh'! comes forward with a claim to
the championship lor idiots a claim
which we are ready to concede without
one single reservation. The first of these
idiots is "C;ipt." John C'owdon, the second
is the editor ot the Memphis Avalanche;
and we have no hesitation in sajiug that
two more bio lining aud iunpired lunatics
never graced the outsido of an asyluai.
The editor of the Memphis Avalanche is a
person concerning whom we cherished a
theory. By slow degrees, reluctantly, yet
under stress of overwhelming evidence,
we have come to the conclusion that he
mti&t have had an attack of yellow fever in
187S, that this attack must havo been fol
lowed by a relapse takinir a tvphoid form
and that the patient is now suffering under
the combined ills of an enfeebled mind
and an inflamed imagination. We may be
wroiur. in ibis we devoutly rnpe it may be
so; but tie style in which the Avalanche
talks about New Orleans, denying the no
torious fact ofoiirhavino a deep channel
through the jetties, admits of no other
chiritable explanation. We repeat, we
may be mistaken, yet it is dread
ful to suppose he has hecu as bad as this
always. As for "Capt." John Cowdon,
who seems to be a more complicated ass
than the above a sort of crot.8 between a
scientific impi.ster and a Waba.h raftsmau,
a Dydau.ia tramp, a Hydraulic Mur J.au
sen; a person with water on the brain and
uo:hing but bad whisky in his t-t.-ra-icti,
with the instincts ot a fraud and the man
ners of a pi-zu pL' as for Cipt. Cowdon,
we say, he deserves more cxtendod notice.
Capt. Cowdon appeared upon the public
stane some four t five jears ago as an
opponent t the jetties and the advocate of
a littln scheme of his own, involving the
old fl ig and a nice little s.ck of plunder.
He impressed people) at that time as a tool
lor want of sense not a deliberate fool,
you know, but a fool because he couldn't
he p him-e.f. lie has probacy been cook
on a small stern-wheel Pittsburg boat, and
might have grown gloomy from eating his
own preparations, or acquired a lumpy
liver through unrequited affection for the
chambermaid. These, however, were mere
conjectures. The ouly ptsitivc fact was
that of Capt. John Cowdon as a tiresome
and ridiculous idiot, whom New Orleans
proceeded to shed with all tho expedition
possible. Since that time, he has been
wandering about among tho upper river
towns lecturing for a luuch or blackguard
ing this city in tho iuterest of tho Cincin
nati Commercial, until at last ho found a
permanent abiding place-" aud congenial so
ciety in the sanctum of the Memphis Ava
lanche. There, frail time to time, he has
been tiring off his drivel agaiiit-t this
port, with tho Memphis oditor to
pat him on the back the while.
Nobody has paid much utteution to Cow
don or his editor, uor Bhould we have done
so had wo not received a day or two
a;o a copy of the Avalanche coutaing one
of Cowdon 'b most frantic outbursts, supple
mented with oue. of tho editor's worst par
oxysms, while upou the margin of the
paper was written, with a red pencil :
Maj, Burke, will you please givo these
facts to your people, or have you, liko tho
Times and Picayune, paid out to the damn
thieves. J. Cowdon.
This episode removed any lingering
doubts ns to Capt. Cowdon's right to a no
tice. Of course, if Cowdou knows anythiug
which iB questionable he knows that
the present maoagemeut ot tho Democrat
was not. iu control uutil after the jutly mea
sure bad pubsod congress, and w hen the
jntty success had shown tho world what an
inimitable at-s Cowdon is. His allusion
therefore, to the Democrat's having sold
otitis as toolish as it is vulgar aud insolent.
Now there are possibililks of error in tho
cane of Cowdou as well as in that of his
editor, Cowdon may be as much kuavo as
fool, just as the lunatic who edits him may
always have linen a lunatic. But these
two men are engaged in tho work of, mi. re
presenting tho truth as concerns this port,
in lying as to the character of our channel
and harbor, nnd in blackguarding and in
sulting everybody who holds opinions con
trary to those which they pretend to hold.
They area pair of pestiferous nuisances
who ought to be suppressed in one way or
another. If they are tho gibbering idiots
they seem to they ought to be sent to some
reliable asylum. If they are not idiots, but
are circulating all this falsehood and slan
der knowingly, tlieir title" to the peniten
tiary is as clear as thenoonday sun.
When others are suffering, drop a word
of kindness and sympathy. If tbey are
suflurinK from a Cold, give thein Dr. Bull's
Cough 8yrup; a few doses of this valuable
remedy will afford instant relief, and a
twenty-five ceut bottle will cure tho worst
IE ITER LIST.
LIST OK LETTERS nEMAIN'fKQ CNCAK.LKD
FOU IS THBJ POSTOKFICK AT CAIBO, ILL..
SATUUDAT, KOVKMBEU 18, Ityi'i.
Hightower, Bettie 2
Meeh in, Maggie
Nix, Martha J
Powells, Veto Doro
Scan Ian, Margaret
Brown, Wm Butler, Tat
Buckner, Uasy Brown, Matilda
Bastyes, H W Bowler, Forrest
Belewes, LieUteuaut Colicy, Grandison
Carpenter, Jas Camplitll, J P Rev
Carmody, Pat Campbell, Joseph
Davis, F Dr Dow, II E
Dennis, A A Dickers m, A 11
Frnnci-, G B Fitch, W R
Fish, W T Farmer, Belle
Hilliard, B Hubbard, B-n
Haynes, Alex Goodwin, W N J
Galgalo, M Gallaway, Fred
Johnson, Willie Johnson, Wm
Kiesel, V Lanter, Jim
L ghthall, D J J Morray, J
Motin, Jas Morgan, W B
M.-ody, Walter C Morz, Wm
Nichedemus, Loyd Niettiam. Johu
O. & M. Trans. Co Oswalt, Ja P
Polk, Brit'on Phillipe, Ed
Porter, Harvey Russell. A G
Russ-11, Ed Ralin, Frank
Redman, W A Rouse, Will
Sbotts, John Smith, Archer
Sl-after, Frank Sander, 11 M
Sturd, Mort Smith, P II
Miard, Niley Tmyrr, A G
Talledje, C R Van, Cli-s
Marywe her, John . Winklev. A S
Wess, flirry Wo ch, John 2
Wilson. J C Y ,M SC..
Yehri- k, FS Yeargan, Mirshall
Persons calling for the above mentionci
will piease say advertised.
Geo. W. McKemo. Postmaster.
A I'oiigli. Cold or .sore Throm
should be stopped, egiec' tVequentl re
suits :n fie lictirable Lung disease or on
sumption. Ui'uvn's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrjps
and balsams, but set direietly on the inhum
ed parts, allaying irritation, givo relief in
Asthma, BrouchitiB, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Thro t Troubles which SingerB and
Public Speakers are Buliject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. 8old at 25 cents a
Take Huutor's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co
Kitchen Specialties Cincinnati & N. Y
Circulars free. (6)
Got Hunter's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co.
Kitchen Specialties Cincinnati A N. Y.
Circulars freo. (5)
FLOU) GRAIN AND ttk
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest CiuA Price Paid for Wheat.
Coimucrciiil Aveuue ami Eighth Street
F. RHOSS, PrveiiWt. I P. N (CFF, Vice Pre.'ol
U, VVKLI.S, C ishlor. T J. Korth, A'f -a,i
F, Brims CVro 1 William Koilu. .Cain
IVorNctr " William Wolf,,..
C, M Oslerloh " 0. O. I'allef ....... "
K. A Huder. ... ... " I II. WeMs
J. Y. Cloai'iin, Ctlcdo .la,
A 1HN F. ItA UANKtNO HINI-N h.'iv
Krliaiev " 'i'l ImM'.''iI 1 "
the Saving U.'p iri.niMii rt -i,. . i... .i.
all hueluess promptly aUeuJed tu.
. 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 Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Lrguupirt. Ind. Dee. I, !8o
for i.long time I have bscn a
sufferer front stomach and kidney
disease. Mysppctttewas very poor
and the rery small amount I did eat
ditagrced with ra. 1 waa annoyed
very much from notvrettntlon of
urine. I tried many remedies with
no success, until I used Brawn's
Iron Bitters. Since I used that my
stomach does not bother ma any.
M yappttite b elmply immense. My
kidney trouble ia bo more, and my
Feneral health ia such, that I fed
ike anew man. After the use of
Brown'. Iron Bitters for en month,
I have sained twenty pounds la
weight. O. B. Saaonrr.
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.
PJUREKAl EUREKA !l
A M BS 1 H I I K FoK I I Kr i.NM
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organlred Julv Utli, 1877, Under tho Laws o
the Statu of IlllnntK. Copyrltfhtsd Juli
0, 1877, tndiir Act of Con (res.
JAS. 8. MetJAHEY .President
.1. II. ROW N SON 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS audV Ice-Preelden t
J. A. UOLdMTINK Treasurui
Vf.U. IARKANI " ,. "
THOMAS LBWIr) Becretary
ED. IL WHITE assistant hecretaj
Wm. P. PITCHER. L. S. THOMAS,
W. (SJOCKLYN. F. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDBUKN.
J. A. Goldstlne, ofOoldntlne A Rosen water, whole
sale ami ret ill dry good, etc.; Jas. H. Metiahey,
luinhvr dealer; W u. K. Pitcher, icn.-ral sirnnlj
Albert Lewis, dealer In flour end grain i L. 8.
Thouias, hrlctlaysr; Moses Phillips, contra :or
a-.d bailder; II A. Chnmhley, irroeer; Tboe.
Lewis, locrHtarv and attorney-at-la; AT. H.
Marean, H-mia.iathlo tibysiclan; U Sa der, of
Sutiler A Son rowrs; K, H Vslrd, stree super
eiior; Ed H White, ass't see. W. O. M. A. Six
clniy; J, W, Spier, lumbar and s w-mlll; -. L
Oeriiifin, barVr: R B Dietrich. elerkW.,Ht I..
AP.H It : M Kilter m-rohini Milor: Joff M
Clark, dealer In Aall-papi-r au ' window anadu-; J
B EnKllsh. contractor and builder; WiMT. K- d
bnrn.of Morse A Redbura, cluar maanfaelarers;
F. Vincent, de'le tn Ome a d cement; L A.
Pba p-, i hmnrrsphart W 0 Jocelm, denti't H
H.Taher, mfn. Jef..,; J II. Koidueue.J P.
noUry puhlle; J. 8. P tr f, h tcleit '. W.
U.wtwtrK, noiraiKM siren i h'. K Jerhoe. fli m .i
Ht.Uaantiin". and T K. Walvid l-u.
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barf, ly.t J.W. Tetry, pbyeielaa.FeJtoti, Uf.