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CAIRO B CLLET1.N
CAIRO; ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1882.
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Trouuror T J, Korth.
Clerk Iknuls. .'oIUiBV.
Marshal L. b, ' -re,
am no or aujiKM
rtrsl Ward Win. Mc Hale. T. H. KlmbroagU.
suftoud Ward-Jurat) limkle, 0. N. Hughes. .
Third Ward B. V. t) I alio. John Wood.
fourth Ward-C'he'toa 0. Patler, Adolph 8wo-
'fifth Ward-T. W?'"Iit. Brneit B. Pittlt.
Circuit Judtfe I). J. (taker.
Circuit Clurk-A. 11. Irvln.
County J udtfoH. S, Yocuin.
County Clem S.J. llutnm.
County Attorniiy J. M. Damroa.
County Treasurer Miloa W. Parker.
Sheriff Johu Hodges. '
tumour K. KlUijeralO
County CommUsloiioreT. W. lUllldajr, J. A.
Ulbb and Peter seup.
1AIRU BAPTIST. -Corner Teatb. and Poplar
U smuts; preaching1 first aud talrd Sundays Id
each mouth, 11 a in. and 7.) n Pry."rJna"
:nit Thursday, 7:30 p. m ; Suudey school, :W a.m
Kev. A. J. U KSS Pastor
"UIUKCU OP T11K KBDBKUKR Eplacooai
L fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a in.. Holy
Kuruartrt; :Wl a. m., Sunday a liool ; 'l:0Je.m.,
Morulnj fivers: :uuu. m Evanlng Prayers. P
V. lUKiUport, H. T. U. Hector.
IMI'.sr MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCH
V pTi-ai hlutf at :) a. n... 3 p. m.. and 7 :30 p. m.
.('nl.i.a'.L chool t 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
it'TllfclUN-Thtrteeulb street; services Bab
j bath 1 :3W a. in.; bundey acbool 3 p. m. Bt.
Mtl UoUlsT-Cor. Kltfhlr- and Walnut itreata,
Preaching Kabbatb 11:1)0. n. and 7:) p.m.
euiidny Scuui.l at :ou p. m. Key. J. A. ttcarrett,
I ) i: KshYTKKIAN K'.ghlh atreet; pcnU on
1 rrUib at 11:00 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.; Prayei
omi-'tiv rtednesdey at 7:80 p. m. Sunday Schaol
atxp.tu." I'.tv b.Y.Gcore, pastor.
'1 .msKPU S--,Hotuan Catholic) Corner Croil
, ,1 Waiuut streets; eerlcs babbatb 10:80 a.
r.; h judoy Kbool at i p. m.; Vespers p. m.;ser-uc-i
every day at 8 a. m. Kuv. O'Hara, Priest.
ST : ATHU'K S -(Hotnan Catholic) Corner Ninth
nrrei and Washinirton avenne; eervicee Bab
nuili eati-1 1U. m.; Vespers S p. Sunday School
l p. in. surges every day at 8 a m. Kev. Maatersou
U. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Til WHS IIII'ART. til AHBIVi.
Mail 3:05 a.m I tMall 4:ift.m
tAcCo dutlon.ll:10a.m j'KxureM-. :J0
(Eipra 8:J.p.m Accom4aOo)..:l p m
C. Ht. I. JsN.'O. R K.' JcJram R?te).
tMall 4:n a m f Mall....,-.. .. 4:tt0.m
Eiprea 10:S0 a ro ttipreM 10:30 am
tAc rnodatlou 8:t0p m
ST. L. 4 0. K. R (Narrow Gauge.)
ExpruM t:li a m I 'Bipren P-m
Aci.om'datton. 1:00 p.ro I Accoa'datlon 11:40 a.m
ST. L.. I.M 8. R. R.
'Kxpnwa ll:3tip.m tBxpren .- a:1 p m
WAI1ASU, ST. LOl'H PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Vvl ta .... 5:U vm I Mll k Kx..... 9"oO p m
t Acrufdaiion : t m 1 1 Acrpm'daUoa M :10 a.m
Uauy except Sunday- t Dally.
Mall.... ..J:!)5a. m.l Vail 9: W p. in.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.1
The Onlv JLine liunnins?
0 DAILY TRAINd
O irrom Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
Tiuinb L. CA. m MftU(
Arrlviucln St. Louis 9:45 a.m.: Chicago. 8:80 p.m. j
Coiiiiecting at Odin and Kfhngham fy Cfncln
natl, Loulavllk. Indlanapoln and point. Baat.
H:Ka.ni. Ht. Louis and Western
Arriving In St. Loult 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all potnti Weal.
3;DO p.m. Fb1 Kxpre..
forPt. Loula and Chicago, arriving t St. Louti
10.40 p.m., and Chicago 7:50 a m
;j:50 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreew.
Arrtvinc at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:56
a m.-, Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Paa.engori bv
thin train nath the above polnte 1W to 30
11UUK8 In advance of any other route. ,
rTheS:5 P. m. expreia h. PULLMAN
riLKKPINOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehangei, and through aleepen to St. Louie and
Fust Time East.
JrllSSeilfferS ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrivos in new Yo'lt Monday
morning at 10:35. Thirty-six hour in advanced
nv other route, ...
MfFor throngh tlclwts and further information,
pply at Illinois Central Itallroad Dupot, Cairo.
,F J. II. jONBS.Tlcnot Ageut.
A. H. 1IAN80N. un. Pass. Agont. Chicago
EOHOE II. LEACH, M. V.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical dlsauas, and distant! of women
offlco: On l lth slront, opposite the Tost Office,
U, W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, nearComDerciaJ Avenns
R. K W. wniTLOOK,
Of run No. 1M Oommiweit) twei
Jtget j and Nlntu Street.
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t, ; ' CAIRO, ILLIN PIS. J
i commission Mercnan ts,
mm GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Rhrb8taHh Prle Paid for Wheat.
Comraprcial Avenue, and Eighth Street
P. BHOSS, President.- I P. NiKFVlooPni.'oi
II. WELLS, Cahlcr. T. J. Kcrtb, Ais't cab
F. Brona Ca'ro I William Kiute. .Cairo
Pe'erNeff " William Wolf....
CM Osterloh ICO. Patter "
E.A. Buder " H. Wells
J. Y. Clem'OD, Caledonia.:
A GENERAL BASKINQ BCSISBB3 DONE.
'tl!lhfinaA aM mnA hrtiiryht Tntucmt nM it
tbe mto L)eprtinint. CoUeeMons raid and
it DUBiuonn yvvuiyuy auen'jea to.
rjlHRCITY XATI0NAL BANK-
Of Cfilro. Illinoi..
71 OHIO LEVEB.
A General Banking; basinet
TH08. -W. HALLIUAY,?
PJTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TItOS. W. UALLIDAY,
VARIETY 4T0RE. ,
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TliJE CITY.
(iOOI)S SOLD VERY C LOS K
c. o. PAT if: It Ac CO..
)or. Vineteentb street I PttirO III
commercial Avennu i
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
OHAfDArTIR XOSDiT, ooroBtn tl.
(mt..inH Mull leave Cairo, everv dav except
Snxdav. at 8:15 a m. Arrives at East St. Louis at
8: J0p. m Arrlvus at Cairo at 4::p. m.
Accomraonauon arrivea ai n ;w "
parts at 1:00 p. m.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
rUREE lEkl STATES.
. . .... lf..J.. TmIwI nA nnfll ftivth
. u . r.,..,.K.a, rhr. 4ttt. wl II run a nuar
a pusslbleon taa following time table:
MAVIS MAVIS LB4TBB
Foot Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentnr.ky Ld g.
6:3'l a. m.
7:00 a. m.
7:30 a. m.
9: M) "
8:00 f, m.
8:30 p. m.
Foot Fourth it. Kentncky Ld'g. Missouri Land g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p. m 8:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kentuv 1 andlng at 4 :80 o'clock
p. m , the boat will go to Birds Point, malting con
nection with T A St. L. pas ongor train for Cairo.
First trip at 8:30 a. m. leaving Cairo, VYlU.conirect
with T. St. L. train leaving Cairo.
H. T. OEROULD
N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DEIVB WKLLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURE! Of tit kinds furnished to order. oM flttara ire
bron.edijoiblng promptly attended to. Orders
received it Daniel aa tman's or at the shop, .
COMMERCIAL AVENUB BETWEEN
NINBXfl AND TENTH STREETS,
W. V. liiVBDiv, river editor of i'bi Bullitik
and iteamboat. pasaeairer aguut. Order, for all
kind, of sum in boat Jirtj ptmtlng solicited. Office
at Bower'i European Botul, No. 73 Ohio lovee.
' STAGES OF TUB BIVKR. , ,
The river marked- by the .gauge last
eveolntc'at this port, 11 feet , and
I in' he aud rising.
Pittsl.urjy, N-v 806 p. m River l'font
7 iucheaand fctHtiouety.
Cincinnati, Nov. 30 -6 p. tu.Rivor 8
feet I inches anil falling.
Louisville, N'v. 30-6 p. m. River 5
feet 8 inches and stationery.
Nashville, Nov. 80-6 p.m. Rivsr 3 feet
4 inches and rising.
St Louia, Nov. 80-6 p.m. River lOfeet
II inchei and itatinnery.
The City of Helena leavej St. Louis this
evening for Memphis.
The Springer received 50 deck and 10
cabin passengers here.
The Andy Baum from Cincinnati is due
to-morrow for Memphis.
The Centennial from St. Louis left
here last evening for New Orleans.
The Hudson for Paducah and Shanco
town is due here early &ia morning.
The Commonwealth js duo here this
evening from St. Louis for Vicksbursf.
The river marked by the gunp,o here last
evening at i o'clock, 11 feet and rising.
The Chaa. Morgan and Thos. Shurlock
have laid up until the Ohio gets up to a
The J. H. Hillwan arrived hero at 6:30
last evening with a good trip from Nnsh
ville. She left on her return trip at 10
The U. P. Schenck passed Vicksburg
Wednesday morning. She will report here
for Cincinnati Sunday night or Monday
The Clinton from St. Louis arrived at 3
p. m. yesterday with a light trip, but se
cured considerable freight here for Mem
pbic and way points.
The beautiful steamer, Will S. Hays will
be turned over to her owners Saturday com
plete, and ready to start from Pittsburgh as
soon as the water will permit her.
We didn't impose on our own appetite
yesterday by eatingtoo much Thanksgiving!
turkey and cranberry sauce, but goodness"
how we did puoiBb hog and hominy.
Th R. R. Springer for New Orleans ar
rived lasteveoiiig at 6 o'cl'CK. rae . umt
moderate trip, but Cttpt. Wright her freight
affent here will send her off satisfied this
Another fine Anchor line steamer, named
by Will S. Hnye, the City of St. Luis will
boon be another sUr added to the fine lot
of bo'its belonging to. the Hbove line.
From report of the Press the will surpass
anithingever built by this company.
Weather clear and mild yesterdy. We
feel inclined to thiuk that the wise weather
prophets who have been predicting a lonii
severe winter are out of joint, as to-day is
the first of December and as j et, we have
hardly received an imitation of cold weath
er. Commander Tbos. Ryman of Nashville
has built a new boat to fill the plffce of
the C. W. Anderson, and is said to be
the fiaest boat ot the steam-wheel persua
sion that ever run on the Cumberland
river. She will be a Cairo and Nashvillo
TheJno. W. Gaff from Memphis is due
here this evening for Cincinnati. Cupt.
Bob Wise her "old stand-by" is still in
charge, and Jas. Surtees, one of the best
clerk's that ever filled the position aa first,
presides in the office. Doctor Byers is the
medicine man and knows exactly
how to prescribe. But the most important
part of the story should not be lbrgotton ;
that is W. F. Lambdin Passenger Agent,
will furnish tickets from his office, 73 Ohio
levee at low rates.
Onb of the drawbacks of married life
is sickness of the little ones. For a cold ur
cough you cannot find a better remedy than
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Nearly all phy
sician prescribe it and uo family should be
Free ot Cost.
All ptrsous wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, ColdB, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affectum of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Harry
W. Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-iize bottlo will do. (1)
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
boalth of yourself and family. If you aro
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and geperally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottlo of those
wonderful Electric BiMors, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty j centt,-rTribune. . Bold by Harry W.
The German Sweet Chocolate, made
by Walter Baker & Co., is the best in the
market. Its excellence is such that it has
been imitated, especially in the West. Tho
public are assured of a really nie-: article if
tbey will insint upon having thu genuine
make of Walter Baker & Co., which is
stamped S.German. Dorchester, M iss.
Surprising the Old Woman.
It was not very Jate when we went
home a few night6ii;o, and as we were
in good humor with all tho world, wo
thought wo would surprise tho "old
'oniiin" in a pleasant manner, so that
he wouldn't bo angry with us about
Into hours, etc. So stepping up to the
window tiptoeing to be nigh enough
that opened on the room where she wius
'sawing gourds" like forty, we turned
our voice to its most captivating pitch
and in operatic style we sang:
"Wake, Sallle wake, my iray iraloot,
Rise up, fair lady, wnllo I foot my lute."
The window Hew up, "band-box, two
pairs of shoes and a foot tub slapped us
iP the face, whilo the lady in white said,
on a high key-note, "Come into the
house, you littlo gump; to-morrow you' 11
bo granting around with your liver and
wanting to make vour will again. A
pretty time of night for you to be ca
vorting around, and bleating like a
dying calf, when you should have been
at home rocking the cradle." Coffee.
County Oa., Gazette.
Why does tho Man Smile? Becau.it
Ho Went into a Closet this Morning and
Found a last Year's JLIat, which He Pul
on in front of a LoJking-glass. He did
n't Know himself hardly and Wonderut
how lie Had Been Fool enough to weai
such a Hat. Thus you see a Man is i
Fool every Year, but Ho doe not Fine
it, out until tho Year a.liw.liroolhjh
A boy of 9 years at Searcy, Ark., has
grown it heavy beard and mustache.
Music was considered by Dr. John
son to bo the least objectionable of all
When a doctor can't think of anything
else to prescribe he falls back on "abso
.They now have boot3 and shoes which
are self-ventilating and save ten per
cent, in fuel.
During the past season, in Erath Co..
Texas, three thrashing-machines thrash
ed 300,000 bushels of wheat
Between July 1, and Oct. 19, 3,753
bales of hops were shipped from the
Coopcrstown (N. Y.) depot
General Chamberlain and several
other veterans of the 20th Maine volun
teers have been selecting a sultnblo yvl
tor a regimental monument at Gettys
burg. It is estimated that Virginia will this
year make 2,000,000 bushels of peanuts,
Tennessee 600,000 bushels, and North
Carolina 125,000 bushels.
" A lU51fre-Mrm Vn dor)ted tllO La"
tin motto, "Frigidus dies est quuni su
mm sinistrum. A very free iuterpre
tation makes it "It's a cold day when
we get left."
It is said that there are 375 naphtha
wells on the Apsheron peninsula of the
CaspianSea and that they yield annually
Tho German Government has adopted
a new regulation on its lines of railway.
In future tho carriago will be painted of
the same color as tho tickets of the dif
ferent classes first, yellow; M.Tond,
green;, third, white.
A Montana wife recently sued for di
vorce on the ground that her husband
made a practice of kissing the hired tirl.
The action was dismissed by the judge,
who held that tho kissing-was justilia
ble because of tho wife's extreinu honio
liness. Miss Gabrielle Greeley has begun
making improvements on tho Greeley
swamp at Chanpaqua, and has given a
plot of ground to the Episcopal so
ciety of that village on w hich to erect a
A book has just been issued in Ver
mont entitled "The Hosuneclioii of
Christ from a Lawyer's Standpoint." It
is an investigation conducted according
to tho laws of evidence, and it ends with
a full acceptance of the resurrection of
Christ as a historical fact.
You will not annex us with bayonets,
you will annex us with the dollar," wns
tho prophetical observation of an intel
ligent Mexicnn gentleman to nn Ameri
can newspaper correspondent recenlly.
Tho prophecy will be unerringly fulfilled
within tho next thirty or forty years.
Burlington, Vt., standi a good chance
of getting a large factory for making
paper from wood pulp. The concern,
with a !?',',0,000 capital, proposes to put
up buildings costing, with niMuhinery,
$150,000, aud Burlington Is a shod to
give 20.000 worth of help.
An Italian uatned Conle is haiil to
have invented an aitilicial graphite of
great, purity. It is of the same-density
throughout, of a crystalline black, ami
with a metallic luster. It is very dura
ble for electric lamps. No description
is given of tho process by which it. is
Professor II. ,1. Rice, of the Michi
gan Military Academy, is trying to
propagate ousters artificially, and hopes
to mako these bivalves the cheapest ar
ticle of food. A sinnle ovstcr deposits
8,000,01 10 to 20,000,000 eggs, but ordi-
narily oitly 5 per cent, of these are pro-
The McAllister gun, iuvctited and
patented by Dr. A. H. McAllister, of
Union county, Mississippi, has twenty
four rille barrels and discbarges five
hundred cartridges in a mtnuto, greatly
exceeding tho Gatling gun in execution
and reliability. The entire work of con
struction was done at tho blacksmith
hop pn his plantation by Dr. McAllis
ter and a machinist of hit own neighborhood.
Says the San Francisco iW; "A
young ludy created considerable com
ment by appearing at a Los Angeles
fancy ball recently in the character of a
"raw oyster." Her costume was a
sprinkle of red pepper, and she carried
a cracker in one baud and half alimo in
the other. Well may the anxious mor
alist ask: "Whither are we drifting?' "
"This is your brother," said a St
Louis hotel clerk to one of the guests, af
the sanio time presenting another guest
Recognition was mutual, though thirty
five years had elapsed since their last
meeting. Moses Hilli'ard, of Texas, was
one brother; Fred. Milliard, of Califor
nia, was the other. They had both
Victor Hugo once stopped in the
streets of Paris and wrote upon a plac
ard hanging upon a blind heggar's neck
a verso of such touching beauty and
sympathy that it drew from tho bystand
ers a shoVer of small coin such as tho
beggar had never before known.
Mrs. Cupley broke her right leg in
two places at'Salt Lake City recently.
The lrtdj"'s residence is some distance
out of town, but she has three married
daughters iu Salt Lake, and she was
couveyed to their homes, but no one of
tho ungrateful children would receive
her, and she was compelled to seek shel
ter in the house of a stranger.
A young man of Kenton County. Ken
tucky, has applied for a patent for a de
vice to tologi nnh a train, running at the
highest rate of speed, at any point uu
the road. He is also at work on a safe
lock, to be operated by eUclrisity, and
which will reijuire no key hole in the
door. A burglar could by no possibil
ity open the safe by operating on the
Mr. Oscar Wilde socms to have had
more than one string to his bow when
ho determined to visit America; for b
s'ulos his lecture, or lectures, on (esthet
ics, he brought with him a volume of
manuscript versos by a young friend of
his named Rodd Mr. RcnellKodd. The
verses are said to denote on the part of
Mr. Rodd a suftness of intellect as mark
ed as the asiuiue idiosyncrasies of Oscar
Wilde aro prominent.
"If hell hath no fury like a woman
scorned," w hat must that New York
candy factory have looked when 176 of
the big armed young womeu employed
there centered their angry atlcntioosup
on the foreman! "Hcuossed us around
too much," the leader of tho Amazons
explained after her cohorts had chased
the foreman into tho street. The fore
man, by the way, forgot to return.
Publishers have their grievances ns
well as other people A representative
of this class told the New York corre
spondent of tho Philadelphia Vr.ts that
he found authors dillicult persons to deal
with. Some of them were sharp, and
drove a hard bargain: others got ad
vances on unperformed work, and thpn
were reluctant to comply with tho terms
of their agreement; and finally, still
others are downright dishonest and im
pudent, and refuse to do tho work that
they have bargained to perform.
Corporations that disregard the rights
of the public aro gelling a set-buck now-
rr; '('.'fentlv the elevated railroad
iu New lorn, wincn nuv
man's property without compensation,
was held accountable. Now Judge Law
rence, of New York, holds that if tele
graph pfl'-i in cities can bo proved to
have c.i. .laniages, tho suit brought
to recover cannot bo dismissed. Tho ef
fect of his decision will be that persons
aggrieved may sue telegraph, telephone
and electrio light companies, and recov
An English diamoud merchant is no"
gotiating for the purchase of the famous
gein known as "Tho Regent," the
brighest jewel in the world, and one of
the French crown jewels. Some century
and a half ago it was bought from an
Englishman for '125.000. Tho price
now asked for it is nearly four limes
that amount, anil the party now bidding
for it lias oll'ered, it is said, -100,000.
For whom ho is bidding no ono knows,
but it would be well to watch Mr.
Gould's shirt frout for a few weeks to
A Bridal Couple's Experience in a Bath
A newly married pair, who arrived
on their huncymoon trip at a colebrated
Scotch watcring-placo when accommo
dation was at a premium, had a mat
tress spread for them by a compassion
ate innkeeper in one of his bath-rooms.
In tho middle of tho night tho houso
was alarmed by loud shrieks proceed
ing from the nuptial chamber. What
was tho matter? Well, this. The young
brido, wishing to ring for a servant, hail
caught hold of what she supposed to bo
tho bell-ropo, and pulled it smartly.
Unhappily for hor and her spouse, it
was tho cord of the shower but h over
their heads, and forthwith down plump
ed such a deluge of cold water as would
throw n damper upon tho most devoted
of honeymooning couples. Her hus
band, iu dismay, caught frantically at
another cord on his side of tho extern
porized couch, but the only response
was an equally liberal deluge of water,
this timo nearly boiling hot. Tho un
nappy pair then screamed in unison.
When the servants eamn, they found the
floor of tho rwmi Hooded w ith water,
and the wife was perched like a mon
key on her husband's back, uttering the
moot lamentable cries, whilo her good
mau was fumbling about In tho nark,
trying his best to find tho door. Lon
A while man not long since sued l
black man in ono of our courts, ano
while the trial was before the judge the
litigants enmo to an ainlcablo settle
ment, and so tho counsel stated to tlx
court. "A verbal settlement will not
answer." replied the Judge; "it must bi
in writing." "Hero Is tho agreement U
black and whito,"re.ponded the counsel
poliilingto tho reconciled parties; "praj
what docs jour Honor waut more tua;
That is what
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy,
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives' out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent levers, &c.
aoj S. Faca St., Baltimore.
Nov. .8, iSSi.
I was a peat sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Rrown'i Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
pnly preparation of Iron
that-causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
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WIDOWS' & OliPHAS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv l Uli, 1877, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
0, 1377, 1'mter Ai'toi'Conrt'in.
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El). H. WIIITK
...Ulid Vice Troaldnnt
. .... Mmllcal Advisors
K4X Kl'llTIV K COM M ITTKP1.
Win. F. riTCnK.lt. I,. S. THOMAS,
W.O.JOCKtYN. P. VINCENT,
WILL T. UKDUl'KN .
nOAKP Of MANAOKliB:
,t. A. Uoldctlm', of OohlKllne k Iniiiwatr, whole
sale and rot 'il drv geod, . ; Jas. N. AluOahev,
Ituntirr iwaltir; Win. F. flicker, guncral arent;
Albert Lewis, doalnr In Ihmr and gralu; U 8,
Thomas, lirlnklityor; Muses I'liUIUis, contractor
and builder; H A. Chumhlny, urocer; Thos.
Lewis, srcrrtnrv and atiomy-ai law; V. H.
Martian, Hmiuattito titiysicUn; II Ha der, of
Sar.diir Hon. vroa'rs; K, U. Ilnlrd, eirvu super-.
visor; Kd H While, a't aec. W. t O. M. A. So
rletv; ,1. W. Splur. lumber and w-m!ll; r. L.
Oernlffon, bart)r: R H Dlotrlcb, clerk W 8. L.
A P. R. It.; M. Kohier nirckant tailor: Jet M
Clark, dealer In wall-paper aiel window shades; J.
K Kniillsh, contractor and balldor; WiHT. Kd
barn, of Morse A Kodburu, dnr niauufacturerst
P. Vincent, dele to. lime a d euinenit l A
Pheins, i.hoioirrspher; W C Joceltn. dentist, s
H.Tahet,mr. jeweler.. J II. Itoiilnsou, J P. en
notary publics J. H. P.trie, uh lelani H, W.
Bostwlck, nsnrance aifiiiK. B Jerboa, foreman
Ht.Uaa ratlin, and K K. Wal'tridii- Inmhitr oi i
saw-mil l, of Cairo) II Leluht.m, iabjr .
flauk, Stuart, tuw! Kev P. A ilk;Tson. Prvoia
bur KM J.W. Tarry, phyelein,aiWn, Ky.