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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1882.
Miiyor-N, fl. Thin tie wood .
Tn anumr T J. Kerth.
Oura-Utahls. J, Foley.
Cuil'iiv)i'i--Wiu. B. Ollliert.
Muri-bttl-L. 11. Meyen,
attorney William Hendricks.
iiiAHU or iuiiimi
rlf.t Ward Wm.JlclIi.lc, T. M. KlMlirotmh.
Borond Ward- Jemm II luklo, C, N. l(uijh.
Third Ward U. F, Blalce, John Wood.
Pmirttt Ward-Cbarlei O. Patter, Adoipb ttwo-
''r'itl'h Ward-T. W, UnUlday, Brneit B. Pettlt.
Circuit Jud U.. I. linker.
Circuit Clerlt-A. II. Irviu.
County J udjuH. H Vocuia.
Comity C'lcrt-3. J. Hiuum.
County Attornuy-J. M. Dainr.m.
County Tretiurr-Mili W, Parker,
itlieitflr Jobu liodi:ut.
County OommlnioucriT. W. Htlllday, J.
Olbt and Hetur -anp.
C-n HOJ rJPrHI'.-Ci)rur Teath an Poplar
tre!ti pruacUluu flrt aud tolrd Suudayi la
cci mimtfi, 11 a a. .U. U m. ; prayor meai
uu Tliurmlay. 7: p. mi tiuada nchool, 9:W .ra
Kov. A. J. tlSdS I'eHor.
-"UiCHCH OF THE KKDKKM KR-iBplscoue')
U KourteeLib timet; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
fctuliiiriat; a. m., Sunday ;tiol ; l.UJ.m.,
Morning Piaer; if.iw u. in., Kvealntf fraybn. F
i.' ..rlipiirl, S. T. I), llsctiu.
I ,iM MlSbloWAKV HAITI ST CUU'.Ca.
V l'rk'l.lni ld.30 . n... a p. m., and 7:30 p. oi.
-.. .km, tchtol tt T:-J0 p. oi Kev. T. J. Wboret.
i I i H r !:. -Thirttio street; earvlkei flab
1 bait l. a. ai ; Sunday .cboolilp in. Rev.
ii.r pp., t;tt Jf.
f t fliuUI.-T-Cor. KUhtb end WtiLttt ire.t,
.! Vtn:b'.:it Sabbath ll:0ut
m. kud7:f p. m.
rnlkv :v-,:almii nt A'.1?) D. 01
Kev. J. A. Scsrrett.
ji-rHVTtHIAS -Eighth ureet; ptacnlag on
I baMiatli at ll:U t. ui. and 7:;Wp. m.; prayer
i. n. j .. cdueaday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School
.1 i y .1,. Kev B. V. 'Jeore. ptalor.
j .lUtsnl'U 8 -,Koirieti Catholic) Corner Croit
? and Walnut sln-oit; .orvleei Sabbath I0:IWe.
u. ; tJuudny Scbiml at 4 p. m. : Vtwpert 3 p.m.: ter-net.-
tverj day at a. m. Hov. O'fiara, t rieit
1 rvr'.li.ii'S-t Roman Catholic) Corner N'tnlh
0 frvi and Weifitn.rt.m avenue; tervlcet sab
oath 8 and int. m.; Vnpert S p. rt.; Sonday School
1 p. in. a-rvtr.wn frr at M t m. R- MiMt!nHJti
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. K.
rmiM i)trBr. tiuhi akkivi.
Mali S-.OJa.m I fMr. 4:06 a.ro
Mccom'dation U:10a.m Kiuret 11:10.
tErfroK" 8:rp.m I Accomdatlnii .4:15 P-m
C.ST. L . 4N. 0. K. a (Jacktoo ttnu).
tMall 4;44.m tMall .. 4 jp.m
Enr 10::0tm tliiprett
i 10:J a m
tAc'modatlQ S !0p m
8T. L. Jt '. K. R.
Kipren' :I6 t.m I
BT.L . I. M
(Narrow Utuee )
A S. K. K
rEior ll:S0D.m I tBiyreat ... W o to
WA HASH, BT. 1.0 l!IS PACIFIC R'TCO.
Mall K. .... 5:Kn I 'Mall Kx.... 'p.m
lArcum'datlon -): p m 1 1 Accotn'dtttoD 11 :10 t.m
Ua.l) except Sunday, t Duly .
MOBILE A OHIO B. H!
Mail 5:55. m. I Mail...- ....9:10 p. ta.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Eoato
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line ltunaint?
0 DAILY TRAINS
O irrom Cairo,
Ma kino Direct Connection
Tiuiki Liti Caiho :
ArrlTitm In St. Louli 9:45 t.m. ; Chlcifio, 8:80 p.m. ;
cJwttS Odtn and BfflnRham for CfneJn.
BtU, LouttVlUt. Indltnapoltt tnd polntt Kaat.
11: to a.m. St. Louie and Western
Arriving In St. Lonlt 7:05 p. m., tad connectlns
for alfpotntt Wtit.
3 SO p.m. Fast Express
ror8t. Loult tnd Chicago, arriving tt6t. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago":) t.m
j m.c ,n PlnnlnnBtl UxprMt.
ArrlvinB at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lounvllle
a.m.: inmauapuiiB i.vo .ui. , Vj
thin train roacb the abo polntt 13 to Jo
. UoUKa m advance.oi auy oiuor raun.
tW"Thf3:ol p. m. uxprott b& PU''1;-"!
M HEPI-JO OAR Cairo to Clnclnnttl, wltho tt
ehan.;and tliwngh tleep.rt to 8t. Lonl. tnd
Fast Time Kast.
r hv thlt line iio through to Etut-
Passenirers e?n point, without , d?iy
ctuaod by Sunday Intervening. The Haturday i after,
nnon train from Cairo trrlv.t In new Vo'k Monday
nornttii! at 10:35. Tblrty-tlx hourt In tdvtnce of
nt other route, . ,.,
IW Kor throtmh tlckett and further lnforrnttion,
iDBlv tt Illlnolt Cantrtl Railroad Dcpot,Calro.
,pplT J. , JON B9, Ticket Agent.
'A. IT. HANSON. Own. Pam. Agent. Chicago
QE0RGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Phvrtiolaa and Surgeon.
Special Utnntlon paid to the Homeopa'hlo treat
tnnt or Hurglc&l dlteatea, aud due boi of womoo
and children. , . m .
Oince: On Hth itreet, oppoilte the Pout Offlca,,
U. W. 0. J0CTLYN,
OFPlOB-ftlghth Street, nearComu tfcla! Avenne
R. E W. WHITL0CK,
Omc-No. 1M Oomaardal Avenne, bitweea
Jlgki'i and Ninth Streeu
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruite, with
out coloring, poisonout oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and auat.
itjf. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IIL, and St. Louit, Mo.,
Uanof Will. Yrut flu.., Dr. Prie.'t Ooaa laitst
Pow4r, ..4 Dr. PrlM. Ulu FartiM.
WEMAKC NO SECOND CRADE GOODS.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hie Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
(iOOI)S SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO..
0or. Nineteenth Mreet I Pair A Til
Commfirrla! Avern f l.all'J 111
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TKAIS8 RUN AS FOLLOWS.
oAKDArre M31DAT, ooroiia i.
Emreo and Mail leave CtlfO. ever day except
Sn- dav, at8:l5 a m. Arrtv.t tt Eatt St. Louli tt
8:20 p. m Arrivettt Cairo tt : p m.
Accora-nodation arrive! at 11:40 a. m. and fle
parti atl:u0p. m.
I have openid t
on 8th itrect. batwen Com merclil and Wtihing
too avei nuviag gireu mn uujju.h "
Over Twentv Years
ii..i...i4..ii... .ua n.rTort aatiafaetlon. I
1 ITI bUUU k 1 '. m H i
nave not onlv g'.vt-a my attention to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
hnt have mtde the oinotrict'.on of the foot tnd
llmb.titttty Uo. whlcu entb ei me to Bt my
bo i properly and In i doing relUvet the hone
trom a great deal of injury tttt be woaid otter
Hoping b etrlct ttttntlon to ba'neii ana lair
dea lng w receive a liberal iha-e of the pabl i o Dt
ronige. VoariKeipect JuHS MoCLELLAS.
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
r 11 REE J
On and after Mnlay, July Ji. n 1 until further
nolle .the fdr-vboit rbi-aj Hitx win ru t nuar
at poosibluoa t ie following ' me tauie:
MAVtt LXAVE9 LIAVEi
foot fourth et Mlf.ourl Laud'g. Kenttir.ky Ld g.
6:81 1. m.
l:t)0 p. m.
7:00 a. m.
7:30 a. m.
8:00 p. n,
Foot Fou th t. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlstoari Land'g,
4:0ii p, m. : p. m 6:10 p. m.
On la-t trip leaving Kent't kv I andlug tt 4 : SO o'clock
p. m , tat) b ut wil go t ) Bird P ilot, making eou
nectlonwlth T 4 St. L pt onger .rain for (3airo.
Flint trip at:SJ a. m. leavm0 ilro, Will connect
S Tinware. -B
CH1CA00 3IARKET REPORT
C0RHE0TBD DAILY BY CHA9. CUSSINO.
HAM, BROKE K.
9:30 A. M. Sovomber 21, 1B&2.
November. December. January.
Pork $ 17(!
Whoat y. 94
Corn 89 6t
Pork ft .
S 30 P. M.
Pork 17 30 :r n t is
Wheat 91 S3
Corn 68 0 l i,
Oatt WH WidK S4S
SEW YORK, NOV. 84 Mi.
VThat R. W. 11 fi7 No J R. W. I 09Kt
1 I0j. No. iOorn 100l! OJ
W. V LAMBUttf, rly.T edit ir or .an l3fLLeTii
tnd itei.nboit pnjyr a'nt. Ordur for all
kludi of .ten nh.iat Jod printing eolicltud. O.'Ilce
a. Bowe.'i European Qotel, No. 74 Ohio levee.
rJTAOES OF TUB RIVER.
The river marked by the giiugu last
evening at Ibis port, 11 I'eet 1 inch and
Pittsburg, Nv. 216 p. m River 3 fuet
0 belies and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 24-0 p. in. River 9
feet 6 inches and fulling.
Louisville, Nv. 240 p. m. River 5
feet 8 inches and filing.
Nashville, Nov. 21 -0 p.m. River 2 feet
6 inches and falling.
- St. L mis, Nv. 24-0 p.m. River lOfeet
7 inches and falling.
The Btton Rouge leaves for New Or
The City of Helena from St. Louis is
due this evening for Memphis.
The weather still remains clear and
quite cool; business only moderate.
The TJ. P. Schenck is advertised to leave
Cincinnati this evening for New Orleans.
The JB. W. Guff is due this evening for
Memphis. See Pm-sunger Agent W. F.
Lamjilin for rates.
The City of Cairo from St. Liu's arrived
last night evening at 4 o'clock. She had a
fair trip and departed for VicKsburg ut
The Cons Millar for Cinrinnat is duo up
early this morning. C. B. Russell master,
Jas VorN 1st clerk. W. F. Lambdin, asjent;
office 72 Ohio leveee.
The J. H. Uillman from Nashville ar
rived here at 9 o'clock Thursdiy night.
She had a fnir trip and left on her return
trip for "Rock City" at midnight.
The Chas. Morgm, one of tho largest
boats of the big O line, will wnl'z info line
next week, lenving Cincinntti for New Or
leans nn Wednesday the 29th inst.
Capt. W. J. Turner wired ns yesterday
saying that his boat would leuve hero this
evening for Tiptonville. She will return
Sunday night and lave here Monday, her
regular day, for Memphis.
The Golden Rule from New Orleans is
due here Sunday morniog for Cincinnati.
She is one of the finest boats in the Big O.
Line. See W. F. Lambdin, passenger
agent, and get your tickets.
The Golden Crown from New Orleans
arrived here at 1 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. She had a splendid up 6tream trip,
but was detained here several hours trying
to secure a barge to take as a lighter to
The Hudson is due here to-night on her
trip for St. Louis, and travellers going up
the Mississippi will find as much comfort
and under the care of as good and accom
modating officer! as can be found on any
man's steamboat. "High I'Ving and
moderate rHtei" is the Hudson's motto.
The Gran3 Like No. 3 from St. Loirs
reported here yesterday at 1 p. m. Sh.
had in tow two model barg- s ami the tow
bout Jay Gould, which goes into winier
qutrtera here. If theWnbash road would
take Old Jay GouM, the railroad maiimitr
etc , into winter quarters it would b-i a
A pood Babtist clunmnau of Berlin
N. Y., a sirontr. tomporanco man, suff -i' d
wlih kidney trouble, ueuttl-K and d izi
an almost to bliudnot.s, over two yer
altor he was told that IIp Bitters would
cure htm. because he was afraid of nn 1 pre
judiced against "Bitters." Sirco his cure
he says cone need fear but trust in Ll'p
Sp irkllnsr Eyes,
Rosv cheecks and clour complexion only
accompany good health. Parker's Qingrr
Tonic better than anything, makes pure,
rich blood and brings hettlth, joyous spirits,
streoth and beauty. Ldies try it tu
MnriciPin 8 Ar ica .Salve
The Best Salve '.a the world for Cuts.
Briii ana. Horns. Ulcers. Salt Rhiuim. Fever
Bores, fetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
r.urea Pilita. It ia iruarantead to civa nor-
iw.t satisfaction, ormonev refunded. Price
89 cents psr box. For tale by Geo. E
A MINISTER'S ESCAPE.
FK0M TUB AHTLL'M TO THE 110 'M OF HIS
U(MK HOW IT WAS I'ONi,,
A promineut ininister rcaidiii ; at the
east Iihh just made the following state
ment, which is horuwith reprinted entire:
t o the Editor of the Ilorald,
"I have always shruuk from appearing
prominent before the public, hut a sense of
the duty I owe humanity and the world
prompts inu to ask this opportunity for
making a brief statement in your paper.
Whether it be true wit'i others I cannot
say, but during my entire life I have fre
quently been conscious that something was
aiowly and silently wording to undermine
my health and life. What it was I cou'd
not tell, but that some enemy of my being
was devouring ine wiiuin I was certaiu.
At times I would seem comparatively well
ud the-n I would he attacked with the
most dist reusing symptoms. I would feel
peculiar pains in various parts of my body,
my head would seem heavy; my recpiration
labored; my appetite would be ravenous
one day and I wnuld loathe food the d iy
following. Then again I would lose all in
terest in life: would feel weary without
exertion; would become sleepy at mid-lay
and restless at night. Occasionally my
breaming would be labored and my heart
almost motionless, while at other times it
would palpitate violently. I thought th'se
troub es were the result of malaria, and I
treated them accordingly, but I got no
bi tt r. S lortly afterward my stomach be
came deranged, my food failed to digest,
and the fluids I passed were of a peculiar
odor and color. And yet I did not r aviZ'
that these things meant anything serious.
Finally I consulted a number of eminent
physicians, each one of whom took a dif
ferent view as to the cau-e of my troubles.
One said I was su tiering from brain dis
ease; another spinal difficulty ; others heart
affection, kidney disease, etc. My symp
toms were terrible, and in the hope of re
lief I was cauterised, cupped, blistered and
subjected to almost every known form of
treatment. During one of these attacks
while at Red Bank, N. J , a physician was
called and left a prescription. Alter he
had gone, I requested a frieud to go and
ask him what he thought of my treble.
The reply was: "Oli, he will be all right
rium tremens." Ilewasatouce informed
that this was impossible, as I had never
used any kind of intoxicating drinks;
whereupon ho returned, made inquiries,
and changed his prescription. But all the
care of my friends and physicians availed
rtliing. I grew worse constantly, and
what is most terrible to think of, I did not
know what ailed me, nor could I find
any one who did.
During the summer an 1 fall of loBt year
my pulse ranged from 120 to 130 per min
ute; I had po relish for food, and was
ndeed a mo6t pitiable object. I coutinucd
in this state until last December, when I
became unconscious and lost my reason,
though I had two physicians in whom my
self and triends placed implicit confidence.
Id this condition I was taken to Brattleboro,
Vt., fortlio purpose of being placed in the
insane asylum. 1 remainoi mere until last
April, being attonded all the while by my
faithful wifo who never left me and bo-
ieved that some disease and not insanity
was the cause of all my trouble, I re
gained consciousness in March last and in
sisted upon being taken home. The phy
sicians advised that I remain, but I in
sisted upon Ifsving, and we began the
journey, travoling slowly. I was met at the
dock by a friend whom I ncogniiod and
then I become again unconscious and re
mained so for over a week. When I once
more recognized my friends and knew my
surroundings I determined to try, as a
list resort, a treatment of which I had
heard much but knew nothing. Neither
mvselt nor friends had much faith that it
r anything could help me, but wu n
.... ii i . -i J : I
solved to try. we accorumgiy uisnnsmjn
the physicians, gave up all other remedies,
and I rej i ce to say th t with tha blessing
of Him who guided u, I am to-day a well
man, having not been so vigorous for many
years, and I owe it all to the wonderful, al
most miraculous, power of Warner's Stte
Kidney Cure, the remedy which I used.
You can well Imagine how grateful I
must feol under the circumstances, and
like a now convert, I earnestly desire that
all who are suffering should know and
avail themselves of this means of recovery.
Had it not boon for tho remedy above
named I should doubtless now ho within
the walls of an asylum or iu my grave.
The great trouble with my case was that no
one seemed to know what I was afflicted
witu.andlam positive that thousands of
peoplo In America to-day are iu the saino
or a similar condition, ami do not know its
causa. Kidney troubles are the most de
ceptive of all diseases. They have no
symptoms of thur owu, but often show the
symptoms of nearly every known complaint.
I know that people rre dying every day
from supposed consumption, apoplexy, heart
disease, spinal complaint, and many other
diseases, when, could the real cause be
known, it would bo found to oringlriate in
the kidneys. In their advanced stages
kidney troubles are the most terrible of all
known maladies, as my own experience
can fully verify. That I had Bright's dis
ease of the kidneys there cau be no doubt.
That tho symptoms were those of many
other d meases is equally certain, and that
I was doomed to a terrible death had I not
been saved as I was, I am positive. The
followiug letter just received, confirms
Vkhm )NT Asylum for tub; Insane,
Brattleb iro, Vermont, Oct. 30, 1883.
Hov. E D. Hopklni:
Dear Sir: Yours of the 31st Inst, re
ceived. We congratulate you not only
the continuance of your health, but also
upon its apptrert con'iou il improvement
Few persons, I think, have passed through
so exhausting an eiperienco as you and
rallied from it. Certainly I cannot recall
one who camo to us in so critical, an I foi
days and even weeks in so hopeless a statu
for amendment as ynu, and who survived
aud recovered from it; for, I think you may
now consider yourself recovered fir the
continuance of your present health, with
the beit wishes from all here,
I am, yours truly,
Ocenic, N. J., Nov. 2, 1882.
My Dear Fhiend: Repljing to your
letter I would say, I have been acquainted
with my highly valued friend, the Rev. S.
D. Hopk ns about eighteen months, and
very intimately acquainted for about six
months past. For a little m ire than five
months he was an inmate of rny house, and
we enj ived constant intercourse with each
other. When ho came in April last he was
almo-ta perfect wreck in health. I thought
he had come, to us to die. Soon afterwards
he b"gan the use of some of II II. Warner
& Co'sremidies, namely: the Safe Kidney
aod Liver Cure, Safe Nervine and Safe
Pills. From almost the time he began
their me his improvement was very marked
and wonderful, nnd when he left us, after
having taken some two dozen bottles, he
was like a new man. The chnnyo was the
most remarkable I every witnessed.
Pastor of tho Presbyterian Church.
In view, therefore, of these facts and
with a hope that who read this may take
timely warning, I make this open
Rev. E. ). IIorKiNs.
East Rich ford, Vt , Nov. 7th, 13S2.
IE ITER LIST.
list of letters remaining uncalled
for in the postoffice at cairo, ill.,
saturday, november 25, 1882.
Blanks, Meguie Chambers, Fannie
Chajitio , ' ' it ;4,art Farmer, Belle
Fir.usou, Ueuu Gurdner, Lotta 2
Hill, Amencaa Ilolden, Annie
Hardin, Kitty Jones, Marv
King, Millie Kuellson, Sarah 2
Mourel, Emilie Niemutb, Maria
Paulman, Emma Paulman, Mary
Headen, Leah Sheehau, Mary
Siewart, Liuda Shannahan, Mary
Suarat, Claudia Short, Perry
Snides, Mrs Skipwith, Lizzie M
Smith, Francis Stanton, Rose
I homa, J M Traver, Mary
Tarley, Sarah Warn, Alice
Williams Viney 2 Wheeler, Ella
Williamson, Clara Williams, Lizzie.
Austin, Alamazo 2 Allen, Stuart
Anderson, Wm Allen, Thos
Alway, W Bounds, W F L
Bartlett, W'T Barnes, Sid
Benard, John Baker, O W
Butler, Fate col Buro, G W
Benton, A 2 Cromems, Hannah
Cowell, Jas G Campbell, J W
Cook, Wm Craddick, Jsreal
Daruindy, Thos Dill, Joe M
Dennis U A Fletcher. H H
Flaherty, C. leman 2 Fuller, Thos
G miner, J E Dr. Green, H M
Gl idden, O II Holm n & Bro
Hind, Ahx Hunt, II
Hirris, John Rev Hutchison, J E
Hugh, Jos"h Hull 'nds, J H
Houston.,! 'mings Dr Hollidnv, Lawrnct'2
H II, rt P Hickox. Volney
Hatter, W I) ,Tacko "eo
Kulsiw, Elisha Lane, JV
Lewis, D I L'vinu'tone. Mr
Lowe, J K Dr Luale, Samuel
Moody, W C Martin, Frank
M inning, J S Rev Morgan, J M
McMural.Johu Molierly, J H
Mulvov. Mike McNamora, Pat
Miller & Wise Moore, Walter
Newal, Chas RusspI, A G
Rice, A B Red path. Geo O
Unpriihr, II E Roscman, H T
Rener, J R Sullivan, J H
Steward, Marten Stetson, Will
Stan'nn, Wm Thomas, Ben
Farrell, Job Vandorvnrr, Chas
Wiio.lrotii.di, Phy Woster. Geo
Ware, Horace "Weir, V C 2
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advortlsod.
Oko. W. McKraio. Postmaster.
"Do not LT'S ' at th" shadow and lose
the suliotanoe." Ki Inny Wort is a'd" t"
convert ynu Irom a shadow of your former
self into the substance of established,
healih. Said a sufferer fr'iu kidney trou
ble when naked to try Kiduev-Wort for a
remedy, "I'll try it, but it will be my last
dose," It cured him and now he recom
mends it to all. If you have disordered
kidneys don't fail to try it. !
rto longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, Ac.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Bomton, November i6, iS3i.
Brown Cmimical Co.
Gentlemen : For years I have
and could gat no relief having tried
everything which wat recommend
ed) until, acting on th. advic. of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Brown's Iron Bittirs, I tried a
bottle, with moit lurpriiing reiulu.
Previous to taking Bhowk'i Iron
Eittbrs, everything I tte diitreued
me, and I luffered greatly from t
burning aeration In th. uomach,
which wat unbearable. Since tak
ing Bhown'i Ikon Rittius, til my
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
time without any disagreeable re
iulu. i am practically anoUwr
parson. Mrs. W J. Flvnn,
jo Maverick St., E, Bosses.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acta 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 DruggUt.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that alt Iron Hitters are made hf
Brows Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
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