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DAILY CAIRO BULLE
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1882.
Mavor N.H. Thietlawood.
Tn.ntiurnr T J. Kurtb.
i:li-rk Jiennl. J. Koloy,
Counilor--Wm. 1J. Gilbert.
Murehal L. H. Mi'yori,
tiornuy -William llendnck.
1IIAKU or ALDaKVlN
Klr.t Ward Wm.Mc Hale. T. M. Klmhrough.
Soooud Ward- JBe liuikle, C. N. Uuitfie..
Third Ward 11. P, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charlee 0. Patter, Adoipb 8wo-
Ktfth Ward-T. W. Hallldev. Krneit B. Pattlt.
Circuit Clurk-A H. irvin.
County J udxe-h. li -Yociuu.
County Clcra-S.J. Hutum.
County Attorney J M. Damron.
County Treaimrur-Milu. W. Parkr.
sheriff Johu llod.
Coronr-It. Klt!jerla "
County Coramlr-alonera-T. W. Ualllday, J. A.
Ulbh. ud Peter raup.
CAMItO UVPi'Hl' .-Corner Toutb and Poplr
jwi; pruachthg flreteud third Sunday, tn
etch mouth, 11 a in. and 7: m. ; ,VtJM meet-
UltllCH OK TUB KBDEEMKK-ttplecopat)
, it ...i, .!! Hnnitm 7:00a m.. Holy
, .. .. ..,, . ti...iM a. hixil : 11:00 a.m..
Morning. 1'reyt.rt; H.mip. m., Evening Prayer.. P.
p. lihxuport, o. T. U. ilectot.
I MUST MISSIONARY IUPTI8T CHURCH.-
S fi Ui.u i HVW) n... 3 p. ro., and l.JO p. m.
. ),!... j .rhM, at 7:V) p. m Rev. T. J. Shore.
11 I HKKAN -Thirteenth tlrtot ; ervke Sab
j l.a'h 1:30 a. m. ; hunday .cbool J p m. Ret.
Kiii'ppc, it ir
METH"l)ltT- Cor. Kltfhtl' and Walnut .treete,
I'rct.r.hti:ic n ebbatb ll:i')a. m. and 7 : p.m.
cDuday hchoul at p m. !. J. A. bcurwtt,
iKEhYTKIltAN -Elbtb .treet ; preauilflf, on
1 sabbath at U:0 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mwtii'ir Wi-drmaday at Mf'ip. m.; Sunday bcbeol
al J l. iu. Rev B. V. ieoe, paator.
.1 ,lil.l-H K -,KoUian Catholic) Corner Cror
O aiid Walnut timet ; etfrvwee ovmiu
n.; .-utday school at 2 p. ro.; Ve.pere Jp.m.;er
rif, cviry Cr al a. m. Kef. O'Hara. Prioet.
l;T l'AT!tK.'K'R Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O .tr.U and WaaMniflon avenue; eervtce 8b
aa;h H and in a. m. j Vetpere 8 p. m. ; Sunday School
t p. fi. .Mrvlr. every day at a.m. Rev. Mafitersou
B. R. TIME CARD ATCA1KQ.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
thus. r.eraT. Tiunt iRHiri.
SI all JOSa.mltMa)'. vM?-?
tAccoin'dation.llMOa.m Kxore.. ll:10a.'u
tKipn-Hf 3:JP p m I Accomdatioii .4:15 p m
C. t. L. N. O. K. B. (Jackaon Rant).
fMU 4:4ta.mltMaO -P-
lixprM. 100 a m ItExpree. lo:uam
tAt'raodation 8-t0p m
ST. L. i. R. R (Narrow Gauge )
Eiproi, :U a.m I 'Eipr!". .i:"P-m
Accom'datlon. l:Wp.m I'Accom datlonllieua m
ST.L .. I.M A 8. R. R
tExpreM ll:30p.m tExprei... S;2T b to
WABASH, ST. l.OL'N PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mill K .... &:00 vm I Mall ft Bi.... "'SO o.m
t Afcoin'datlon A;3 p m Aecom'daUon 11 ;10 a.m
Daily except Sunday. t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO a. r:
Mall ja.m. I Mall ............. 9: 10 p. to.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and CJucago.
Tho Onlv lAno ltuiiums;
O DAILY TRAINS
MAK1NU DlKKCT CONNKCTION
Thaimi I.i.ti CaiBo:
UiOf) n in. Mnil.
ArrWIi'tftn 8t. Loul. r a m ; Cbtcir,o.i.p.Bi. ;
CouiifctuiB at Oilin and Kfnnnliam lor J lneln
ball, Loiil.vtlle, lndianapoli aud point Kit.
ll:lii n.m. Ht. 1 ,on and Vtirn
Arrivlnij In St. Li'Ul. p. in-, and connecting
fur all pomu Wutt
3:50 v.m. FkmI Kxjnw
JorSt. Louie aud l.hiraeo, arrtnut at St Lo'iii
I0:4i i m , nd flilcag" 7 JO a tn
: 50 p in. Ctnoinntl Kxpretw.
ArrivlEi: at cinrlnnatl 7:i a.m.; Lotiuvllle 6:5fl
a ni.; -iKdlauapolU 4:W a.m. l'a.mitjflr hy
Hue train reach tho above point 1 ii to 3U
UOl HS Ui advauco of any other route.
rrThpa:M p. m. nxpro ba PULLMAN
tliKKPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho'it
thanuo., and through alneperMo Ht, l.oul. and
Fant Time KuhI.
Ptiucmifvavu l,T th: Hui ((OthroUKh to P.aet.
1 AHSCUeiS cru pomu without any delay
cauaed by Sunday InturvouiuR. The Bturdy
noon train from Cairo errivei In new ) o'k Mond.v
iomltipatl0:3r.. Thirty ix hours In advanceol
v olhurroutii, .
iW-ForthroiiEb ticket and further lnfornntlon,
apply al Ulinoli Cautral Railroad Depot. Cairo.
J. U. .IONB9, Tlcaet Agent.
A. U. HANSON, 0n. Pane. Auent. Chlcaito
QEORQK H. LEACH, M. I).
Physician and Surjroon.
Special uttentlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi nt ofaurKlcal dtaoaaea, and dlneaee or womon
Offlco! On llth trnt, oppoalte thti Toat Offlco,
U. W. 0. JOCELYN,
OFFICB-Klghtk Street, near Comn arelal Atenou
Jll. B W. WUITLOCK,
Urruii-No. 1M Commercial Arena, between
JCglit i aud Ninth Street
IJ1HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LKVKK.
CAPITAL.' ft 100,000
A General Banking basincs
TIIOS, V. IIAI.lIlJAV.
KTEKPRISE SAVINO BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
f ALLIDAY BROTHERS
r LOUJ GRAIN AND UAI
Hiehest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Varietv Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. I 'AT IE it & CO..
)0r. Nineteenth traetl PaifA Til
Commercial Arennuf . vallU All
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN A3 FOLLOWS,
ax txoimi xosDiT, ocrosiK 31,
Expret. and Mall leavee Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a m. Arrir.. at Etat St. Lout, at
3:20 p. m Arrtre at Cairo at 4 :i& p. m.
Accommodation arrive at 11:40 a. m. and de
part at 1:U0 p. m.
EW HORSE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened a
en 9th etreet. between Commercial' and Wa'ahlng
ton aves , having given tbi. bu.ine.a my (pedal
Over Twentv Yeara
I feel confident I can We perfect .atlefactlon. I
have not onlv given my attention to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
but have madx the contraction of thtt foot and
limb. a (tudy al.o, which euabiei me to fit mr
no n properly aua in o aoint renevoe ian aom
from a Rreat deal of Injury taut be would otter
wlee be eobject to, ,
Hnninit hr atrict attention tn biulne and fair
dealing 10 receive a liberal bare of the public pat-
rontic. vourarte.pect. uuu icubi4iAi.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and aftor Monday, July 2t. and until further
notle-.tho ferryboat Three dtato will run a near
a po.tlbloon tae following tuna table:
a.vi LliVtt LI AVI
root Fourth it. Ml.tourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld .
:3Di. m. T:00a.ra. 7:0" a m.
R:80 " 0:00 " 9:H0 "
10:30 11:00 " 11:30 "
2:00p.m. 2:10p.m. 3:00 a, m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth it. Kentucky Ld'tf Mltourt Land'R.
4:00 p.m. 4:3) p. m 6:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kentucky 1 ending at 4 .30 o'clock
p. m , tbe boat wilt go to Bird Point, making coa
section with T A St. L. paeenger train for Cairo.
Flrettrlp atH:30 a.m. leaving 0 tiro, Will connect
wlthT. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
C O A T., -
D Stoves 3D
No. 27 D . 8th St.
1ST 1ST H
S Tinware. S
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CIUS. CUNNING
9:30 A. M. November SI, mi.
' November. December. January.
Pork $ $ $17 3ii
Wheat 9!a M'a
Corn 66 i 6 5 7.
Pork 117 1 17 05
Wheat S31, W
Corn 87,1. 64H
I CO P. M.
Pork 17 13 18fl '4 1C 97JJ
Wheat 93 W . Vi
Corn 87 004
uata K HS&H
Corn- 350 car. 00,XtO buahel Canal .
W, F. Lambdim, rtver editor of i"HB Bi'li.xtiic
and atcamboat paseenr.er aont. Ordnr for all
kind, of .teamboat Job printing aollclted. Office
at Bower' European Hotel, No. 72 Ohio levee.
HTAOE8 OF TUB RIVEK.
The river marked by the gauye lust
evening at this port, 1 1 feet 9 inches and
Pittsburg, Nov. 216 p. ui Rivet 2 feet
6 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 216 p. 111. River 9
feet 6 inclioB and .rising.
Louisville, Not. 21 6 p. ni. River 6
feet 2 inches and rising.
Nashville, Not. 216 p.m. River 2 feet
3 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 21-6 p.m. River lOt'eet
7 inches and rising.
Weather bright and cool, business only
The James W. Gaff leaves Cincinnati for
The City of New Orleans passed up for
St. Louis last night.
The City of Baton Rouge leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans.
Freight is very scarce here and boats
are leaving; looking quite hungry.
The City of Helena for St. Louis is due
up early this morning from Memphis.
The Belle Memphis from St.' Louis
passed down for Vicksburg la6t night.
The New Mary Houston is advertised to
leave Cincinnati SaturJay, 25th inst., for
The W. P. Halliday left for New Or
leans last evening with about half what
she could carrv.
The Clinton fur Memphis leaves tho
Anchor line wharf boat at St. Louis this
morning, and is duo here to-morrow even
ing. The tow boat My Choice from St. Louis
arrived hero with several birges in tow and
also had the Sidney Dillon in tow, which
she brought here to lay up.
The J. II. Hilliuau from Nashville is
due this morning, and will leave here op
her return trip this evening. Capt. Tom
Galligher commands this swift little
Tho City of Cairo discharged 1400 bales
of cottou hero and left for St. Louis yes
terday morning. She refused 9,000 sacks of
corn st Hickman, Ky., which the CVnten
Tbe Centennial for -St. Louis is overduo
from New Orleans, but owing to heavy
way business she has been detained. As
one item she got 9,000 sacks of corn at
Hickman, Ky. She will repot t hTc early
this morning for St. Louis.
Tbe Gus Fowler remained here last night
until the Hidden Hand compauy perform,
ance was closed at the opera house, and
took them to Metropolis, where they play
to night, and Thursday night they will en
tertaiu the citizens of Paducah. They are
first-class and draw well.
The Paria C. Brown arrived last evening
at 6 o'clock with a Sue freight trip and
gome forty odd cabin people, but she found
freight rather scarce. However, if there is
any to be had Capt. W. P. Wright, her
freight agent, will surely eocuro it. She
will leave for New Orleans this morniug.
The Vint Shinklo from Cincinnati will
report hero to day for Memphis. During
her resting spell at Cincinnati she recoived
a thorough overhauling and is almost as
good as new. Capt. M. M. Deem, formerly
clerk on the Andy Bsuni, is iu command of
the Sbinkle, and Col. G. I). Moore, one of
the "F. F. Vs. of old Virginoy," still has
charge of the offlcu.
I)B. R. V. Pibrck'b- "Golden Medical
Discovery" cures every kind of humor
from the common pimplo or eruption to the
Four to six bottles euro salt-rheum or
One to Ave bottles cure the worst kind of
pimples on tho faco.
Two to four bottles clear the system of
boils, carbuncles and antes.
Five to eight bottles cure corrupt or
runniug ulcers and the worst scrofu'a.
By druggists, and in half-dozcn and
dozen lots at great discount,
An English niagaziin' has lately re
vived several iutereMiiijj; ami aged sto
ries concerning wolf-children, nuiiarks
the New York Times. A woK ohild is
a human being whom wolvi di ve kid
napped at a very early ng' Reared
exclusively in tho society of wol es, the
wolf-child loiirns all thoir habits, includ
ing that of going on all-fours i;id loses
all ktiowlodgo of any language except
the particular wolf dialect of" Ms com
panions. Several of these wolf-children
have been captured fron lime lo time,
chiefly in India. They have remained
entirely untamable, and have died after
a few weeks of captivity. There can be
no doubt of tho truth of these stories,
since they have been repeatedly printed
in newspapers and magazines ami we
must admit that wolves do ktdnap and
adopt human children, nnd by careful
educational training fill their mind ex
clusively with wolfish ideas.
-, The forcible ndoption of children by
animals may seem grossly improbable
to iinlearncif and prejudiced people, but,
even aside from what has been said of
tho kidnapping habits of wolves there
is nothing improbable in it. -According
to thu newspapers of the day, the prin
cipal business of enterprising ent is tie
ndoption of squirrels, rats, chickens,
and all sorts of animals. Why may not.
other animals imitate this pceularity of
the beuevolent cat, nnd include, human
infants among tho miscellanoous crea
tures adopted by them? In point of
fact, tbe stories of wolf-children do not
stand alone, and in our own country
there have been repeated instances of
the adoption of children by eccentric
For example, there is the story of the
calf-boy of Arizona. Twenty years ago
a baby sixteen months old, belonging to
a family residing in Arizona, was car
ried off by a cow belonging tooneof the
herds of wild cattle that roani over tho
plains of Arizona, or at all events ought
to roam over them in the interests of
poetry and the leaMier busine. The
cow having ventured nr-ar the house
when the infant was playing on tbe
doorstep, snatched him up in her mouth
and made her escape to tho forest be
fore the alarm could bo given. Seven
years did the weening father of that in
fant hunt the wicked cow in vain, but
at the beginning of tin: eighth year of
his bereavement he captured her and
bis missing offspring. The latter had
become morally a calf. This calf-child
walked on all-fours, spoke the cattle lan
guage with great perfection, ami lived
on grass and hay. He was taken home,
taught to speak English, and partially
reclaimed from boviiism; but to the day
of his death, which occurred in his
eighteenth year, he retained his fond
ues for hay, ami his okin preserved its
leathery-texture so well that his f;r..ier
made a pair of boots of it which no one
could distinguish from the very best of
Thon therj was the bear-child of Illi
nois. In 1578 a party of hunters discov
ered a bear's den in the oul.kirts of
Chicago. They killed the two very line
large bears and a litter of middling-sized
bears, but spared a tiny small bear that
was to all appearance a human child of
about three years of age. This child
bear readily threw off most of his bear
ish habits, 'and iu a short time became a
fairly-civilized citizen of Chicago. Tho
only traces of his early bear education
which he retaiued were a ii iuordinato
growth of hair on the face and a won
derful power of squeezing anything
around which he could put his arms.
He was immensely popular with the
oung ladies of Chicago, aud had he not
died within two years idler his recap
ture from his ursine kidnappers ho would
probably have become the must popular
man in the State, if not iu the whole
Still iimro remarkable is the ea-o of
the pig-boy of Ohio. Thirty years ago,
b pig belonging to one 'of the herds of
wild pigs which ut thai time infe-ted the
State of Ohio, carried off an infant son
of a leading citizen. The pig. holding
the child iu her mouth, and leaping over
rail fences, and rushing through swamps
and forests was huily pursui'd. but final
ly escaped with iiirpm. Ten years
later the mining infant, was fmiiid. He
had become a cninpletf pig. except in n
few unimportant details. He could speak
no language except a few so-called
words, that were said by some people to
bo German words, and by others to be
simply the ordinary language, of pigs -He
went upon all-fours, wallowed In
mud, ate nothing but swill and acorns,
nnd rooted with his nose and chin.
It was found to be quite impossible to
rid him of his piggish proclivities. Al
though he was washed aud clothed and
taught to Apeak English, he never lost
the porcine instiucts of his pouth. The
first time he entered a railway car he
turned over a seat, and with the help cf
feet and a small paper parcel contrived
to monopolize four seats although half-a-dozen
ladies were standing in the aisle.
Whenever he entered a public convey
ance of any kind he always ate peanuts
and scattered the shells around him,
and when attending a concert or lecture
he trod on his neighbor's feet and chew
ed tobacco with the usual rosults. After
reaching his majority ho, like other Ohio
citizens, was sent to Europe as a Coi
sul, where he never loM an opportunity
of illustrating the greatness of the He
public by exhibiting his contempt for
every thing foreign.
Too Big a Start,
Col. Percy Ycrger, although a kind
husband, a leading member of the
church, a patriotic citizen, aud other
wise a high-toned Austin gentleman of
culture and refinement, is, nevertheless,
not In tho habit of meeting promptly his
pecuniary obligation. He owes every
body, including Sam Johnsing, bis col
ored carriage driver, to which trusty
Jehu he owes a year's back wages. Of
late Col. Vergor ha.1 been exhibiting no
uma.slness, whatever, about the matter,
much to tho mental disquietudo of tho
'Boss, I tenders a vacancy In my de
partment," exclaimed Sam, yesterday,
having screwed his courage up to the
tlekiwr point. ..- .-
"Why, Sam, what is it that perturbs
you so much?"
"I'se disturbed, boss, bekaso 1'se a
shortwlnded niggah. My lungsr is de
fected.'; Judging from the way you shout at
camp-meetings. I should infer your
organ of rewpiration aud articulation
were in a perfectly normal condition."
"I reckon dey is boss ef you say so,
but I'se a short-winded niggah, all de
same. I can't run wuff a ceiil."
"What occasion have you to indulge
in such violent pedestriau exercise?"
asked Col. Verger, with his usual suav
ity. "Boss, does yer disremember me ask
ing ver when yer was gwine tor pay me
my back wages, an' yer tolo my wnges
was running on all right?"
"Yes Sam, your pay U running on
yet. There is no occasion lor apprehen
sion." "Jess so, bos, but I'se athnrl-wmded
niggah, an' my wages has gut such a
big start ob me in do race dat I feels it
in my bones dat sich a short winded nig
gah will neber bo able to ketchup. Dein
uar wages urn humid to keep ahead ob
me, so I tenders do vacancy in my de
partment. ' ' 'Jlxa.i Si j Hugs,
Ood Gives Us Men.
(")od give. 11. men! A lime like thl di-mand.
Great heart, strung miniK lru fiillh and wll-
Mn whom the lint fnnVi dura not kill;
Men whom iho spoil of (ifflce cntinnl Inir;
Men who poHoPsii opinion and a will;
Men who uuvo honor, turn who will not n.
for while tho rabble, with their thumb-worm
Trrtr lnrB prof "cm ions nnd thnlr littlp rlH..
Wranulo in wlflsh .tnta-io, Trpodoni wwp.
WrmiR rule tbe lund and waiting .liistiro
Olici r Id mUll ILtUitta.
A Faultless Family Mediciuo.
"I have used in my family Simmons'
Liver Regulator for the last eight or tea
years, and found it to supercede anything
rccoromooaea tor dulls fever and ague. I
h&ve given up colomel, quinine and all
other mercurial treatments. I give it to
my cniidren, tromonu year old to those ot
twenty-five years old. It is all you could
with in a family. Please use my name as
you wish. Very truly,
11. II. Crbanks, Crawford Co., Oh."'
Ely's Cream Balm reduces itirlummttion.
Sores in the nasal passsges am healed in a
few days. Catarrhal headache is dissipa
ted. Senses of smell, taste and hearing
are restored. Price 50 cents. Apply iuto
nostrcls with little finger.
Rosy chcecks and clear complexion only
accompany good health. Parker's Ginger
Tonic better than anything, makes pure,
rich blood and brings health, joyous spirits,
etruuth and beauty. Ladies try it Ba
zaar. New Jersey Premium Wine.
Physicians state that the Port Wine that
took tho premium at the Centeunial, pro
duced and offered for sule bv Mr. Alfred
Speer, of New Jersey, is a wine- that can
ne 6utely used for medicinal purposes, be
ing pure and free from medicitiou, and is
more reliable than other Port Wines. It is
especially recommended for weakly fe
males aim the aged. I lie deep color is
lue to the iron tnnn the brown sfnni'. kIim In
rock tu which tho grapes crow, which is
rich in irmi. F.r sale byipaul G. Schuh.
Ladies of all ages who suffer from loss
of appetite; from imperfect digestion, low
spirits and nervous debility may have life
and health renewed aud indefinitely ex
tended by the use of Mrs. Lydia E. Pink-
la.-n's remedies for all complaints incident
to the female constitution. We have not
only a living faith iu Mrs. Pinkham, but
wo are assured that her medicines are at
once most agreeable aud efficacious.
4 liEXANPER COUNTY
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
OA I IK). IliLS.
K. Mitosis, I're.lilnnt.
11. WKI.LH, CmIiIit.
P. NCKK, VIcm I'rt.'ut
T. l. Kortb, At.'tca.b
K. Brow Ca'.ro I William Kluto, .Cairo
I'a:iirNofV " I William Wol?..., "
C, M Oaterloh " I O. O Patter "
E. A. Under " I U. Well.
J. Y. Clomrou, Caledonia.
A OESEItA!, BANKINU bUSIS ttsB DONE,
Exchanso ld and bought, tntnrut psld ii
the Saving Dnpartmuut. Collrcllou made and
all btialnuss promptly otloudod to.
ll. T. GEROULIJ AND
C. P. N E W L A N I).
AS1) GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WKLIA FORCE 4SD
LIFT PUMPS FURNISH Rl) AND PUT
DP IN A WOKKMANL1KK
MANSER, GAS FIX
TURES Of all kind fur. d.hed lo ordur, 0 d flxiure.ro
brnnaud; Jo'ililuif promptly attond.d to, Order
recoived al Imnlul liartman' or at tho .hop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NIX Kill AND TENTH STREET,
C.VIUO .... H,L,!.
no longer from Dyspep
sia, I ndigostion, want of
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, &c.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never falls to cure
all these diseases.
Drnton, November 36, i5Si,
rl.nwN Chsmical Co.
Gentlemen : For year. I have
been treat .offerer from Dy.pep.ia ,
and could gel no relief (having tried
everything which wa. recommend
ti) until, acting cn tht advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Bkown' Iron Bittiri, I tried a
bottle, with moat .urpriting rc.uiu.
Previous to taking UaowN'a laoir
DiTram, everything I ate diitrea.d
me, and I .uffered greatly from a
burning Mnaation in the atomach,
which wa. unbearable. Since tak
ing Brown's Iron Bittuu, all my
trouble, are at an end. Can eat any
lima without any diiagreeable re
ult. I am practically another
petion. Mm. W. J. Fltnn.
30 Maverick St., E. Boiton,
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, etc. The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Drugglaw.
Brown Chemical Co.
Em that alt Iron Bitter are made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crowed red line, and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
MUTUAL Alb SOCIETY.
UREKA1 EUREKA II
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKE IXSUR.
WIDOWS' k ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OK OA l HO.
OrptnUfil Julv Hth, 1877, Under the Law. 0
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ED. U. WHITE
...let Vice Pr.iaidunt
.... Medical Advtaera
Wm .F. PITCHER, L.S. THOMAS,
W. C.JOCELVN. Y. VINCENT,
WILL T. KRDBLRN.
J. A. Gold. tine, of Oold.tln A Ro.cawatrr, whole
.alo and ret tl dry good, etc.; Jae. H. Mi'Gahey,
In rubor aoalur; Wa. P. Pltoher, auucral atenl;
Albert Lowl., dealer in flour aud grata; L. tl,
Thome, bricklayer; M.n rhllllp., contractor
and builder; It A. CUutnblity, grocers Tho.
Lewie, locrftarr and attorney-at-law; V. H.
Maroan, II miathle physician; II Sa d.r, of
Sacder A Nou. vrocore; K, H. Batrd, (tree .cper
vumrt Kd H White, aai't luo. W. O. M . A. Ho
clatTi J. W. Spier, lumber and a w-mlll; f. L.
(Jerultioti, barbnr:K I) Dietrich. elrk W Rt L.
A P. It It. t M. Kobiur merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window .h.d.a; J,
I Knull.h, contractor and builder) W11IT. Red
burn, of Mor.a Jt Kedburn, cigar niasnfactarere;
P. Vincent, dotlo' lu Mme a d eeiuealt L A.
Phi' p., photographer; W C. Joceha, dentt.ti H
H . Taber, m'g. Jeweluri J -H. Rohln.oa.J P. an-t
notary pnbllc j J. B. Pw, jih lclan; H. W.
Boetwlrk, nuranc atrentjK. K Jerboa, foreman
Ht.Ua.malu.. and R K. Walhndgo, lumber ea4
aew-anltl, ot Calroj . Ulgnroo. ca.hter Nat.
Bank. Stuart. Iowa; liov. F. A WltkoreoD, Pryora
berg. Er.;J.W. Tarry, ptijt.lcUtt.ralUHa, aty.