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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CA1B0. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1882.
Vyor N. B. Thitttewood.
Triurer T. J. Kcrlh.
li;rk Ui niiiH. J, 1'iiley.
Ooniii:i(ir--Wm. B. Ullberl.
Marshal L. II. Muyera,
.Utorney W lllian. tleudiicki.
H04UU or AXltlKMIX
Klrtt Wr.fl Win.MclIale. T. M. KitnliroiiKB.
Sucnnd Ward-Jffoe Hmkle.l!. N. HiirflittK.
Third Ward B. K, Ulaiit), John Wood.
Kour'.b Ward-Cbarlet O. Patler, Adolpb 8wo
joda. Kirth Ward -T. W. Hallldav, Erneat B. Patttt.
CUui.t ,t ii!i!"'L..f. linker,
("r.utt t'l:rit A. U. Irvln.
County JudKu H. rt Yooum.
C'uuuiy Chti ic S. J . Hutnm.
County Attorney J. M. Dummii.
Comity Treasure Milu W. Parker,
rtliivur Jobu Hoduet.
Comi'.Hr-'lt. riUi?vrala ,
County Commlplonr-T. W. Halliday, J. A.
(ilbt)ii and I'ct-jr saup.
(1 UllO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
J ntn-Hts preachintc tlrt and third .Sunday in
eac h nviuth, 11 a m. a.'d T:J i. m. 5 prayer meet
iu. TUurtdav, ": ip. m ', Sunday school, V.'H) a m
' Kuv. A. J. II KS.S Pastor.
(Alll'IOlI OF THE KEDKEMKR-2plcil)a'i
(.j Koiirteei.th ureet; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
fcurUrin: y.'Vi a. m , Sanday bool t 1 1:0 J a.m.,
w.j.-idn,.' Praver"; H: i. m., Evening Prayera. F
p. lbv.'upori, si. T. H. Heetof.
s-iesT MlSsIONAUY BAPTIST CHUKCH
V IT' ;. h'.i.r at to:) n.., a p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
. :.!. u tohuul at Tki p. in Kev. T. J. h-urei,
II i !tl'.i:AN--Tbirtrn'.h ttrwet; mrvkei Hab
j Lath t : :i' a in .; Sutday ichool i p in. llev.
KijiipjiM, pait it
MKTHoblbT-Cur. Ki'htb and Walunt ttreett,
Prcai'hliiE Sablaib 11:00 a. m. and7:V p.m.
.tridwr r"-!;oo! at T.ix'p. m. Kuv J. A. benrrett,
1) 1 1. Ml Y T E K I A S - K 1 gh t h ttreet; preacnlug oa
hala'h at 11:00 a. m. and !:Mp. m.; prayer
mwtlutr V edtie-adar at 7::vp. m.; Siuday bctiwol
at 3 p m. Her B. V. Ueorte, patter.
4jT .lu-iEPH S--iHoman Catholic) Corner Croat
0 rd Wd'.i.ut ftret'ta; terrier Babbatb 10:aa.
n. ; Sunday School al if p. ro. ; Yespert 3 p. m. ; ter
rtccteverj dayatSa. m. Ki . O Uira, Frieet.
ST. PATKICK'S-Horuau Catholic) Corner Ninth
t'reet ahd Washington arenne; terTlcea Bab
oath H and 10 a. m. ; Yetpera S p. m. ; Sunday School
1 p. in. tervicet ecry day at a. m. Ret. Manwrsuu
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
THUS I.tr.KT. TRANIiRlUTB.
jlal' 8:nj a.m
tAcconrdallOB.il '-10 m
lEiurent 8:50 p.m
Mall 4:06 a.m
Biuret 11:10 a.m
C. ST. L.4N. O. R. tt. (Jackton Koute).
tMl! M a.m I tMall ...... .. 4:30p.m
kipre(i I0::s0a m tBxprcH 10:3uam
ST. L. c, k K (Narrow Oaugu )
Exprn ":I5 a.m I Kxprxxii 4:W P m
Accom'datlon. 1:W p.m I Accoia'datlou ll:tOa.m
ST L . I.M AS. K. R.
Bxpr- ll::iip.m tEipreta 2:0 p m
WABASH, ST. 1.01'H PACIFIC H Y CO.
Mall Ki .... 5:0 vm I Matl & Ex.... 9'SO p m
tArcoui'datlun -1:3 p m 1 1 Accom'datlon 11:10 a.tn
l'ily txcpt Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO B. R".
AM a. in. I Mai:....- 8:10 p. m.
LLIXOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv I-ine ltunuin
0 DAILY TRAINS
0 . prom Cairo,
Making Dihkot Connkotion
Arriving In St. Loult :4Sa.m.; Cblcano, 8.80 p.m. ;
CounScuuit at Odin and Kfflngham for Cfncln
nail, Loultvllle. ludlanapoln and polutt Baet.
llilO .in. Ht. IiOutn unci Wetrn
Arrlvlne In Ht. Loult7:05p. m., and connecting
for all patnti Wont.
,'i:50 p.m. Fast ExprpM
rorSt. Lotilt and Chicago, arriving at St. Loult
0:40p.m.iandChtcaKo7:J a m
;j;6() p m.Clnoliinatl Expreta.
Arrlviti" at clnclnnntl 7:00 a.m.; Loiimvtlle 6:!S
tu ; li'diauapolla 4:05 a.m. Paamnri by
thiK train reach the ahovo polnto lii to 30
HuL'Hs lu advance of any othur route.
rrTh!!:M V- Xt", n" v.vll;i AI!
ht.fcKPlNUCAll Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehaimet, and throuKh tleopen to Bt, Loati and
Fsist Timo East.
1 iiSsCIlKCI 0 nrn point! without ny delay
f anted hy Huudav lutcrvcnlnn. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive! In new York Monday
ornltittatlO::i.. Tulrty-tx houraln advance of
n-f othur ronte,
LIT For through ticket! and furthwr Information,
tppiT at Illinois Central Kftllroa.il Depot, Cairo.
" J. II. JON K8, Ttcaet Annt.
A.IT. nANHON, Onn. Pai. Agnt. Chicago
KOlKiE II. LEACH, M. U.
PliVrsiciau and Surdoou.
Spoclal altDiillon paid to tho Homeopathic treat
tui'til of turkflcal dlteatei, aud dlieatu! of women
(jfflce: Ou ltth ttront, oppoflte the Tott Ofllco,
U. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE Klghta Street, noar Comuerclal Arenoe
)R K W. W1IIUOCK,
Ornoi No. 1st Commercial Arena!, btwu
K.kt'iand Ninth Btraeui
While other Baking Powder are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its living received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID 6AKIN3 POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
ootoxir.r ' lapalla Irut Cn, nr. trln't KpMUl
rUf.rla, UIchu, u4 br. Price'. V.lqi. ttrtwu
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE PYTUE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
:'':KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
(lor.Twelftli Street and Levee,
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN AS FOLLOWS.
os avd xrrKR o 5 D a T , ocroBf t),
Expreni1 and Mall leaves Cairo. everv day except
Sunday, at 8:13 a. m. Arriv.t at Kant St. Loult at
8:20 p. m Arrlvee at Cairo at 4:15 p. in.
Accommodation arrives at 11 :to a. m. and de
parti at 1:00 p. m.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Moudav, July it. an 1 until further
nolle '.thu ferryboat threis Suum will run at ucur
at pottlbleou the following tlmu table:
MAT!! LIAVXl LIAT1!
Foot Fourth it, Mitjourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:80 a.m. 7:noa. m. 7:So. m.
R:80 " 9:00 ' 9:10 "
10:) " U:oo " 11:8) "
2:00p.m. 2:;wp. m. 3:00p.m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth tt. Kontticky Ld'. Mlttourl I.and'i;
4:00 p.m. 4:3o p.m. rt:lO p.m.
On last trip loavlngKnntU'-kvUndlnu at 4:mo'clock
p. m , tho boat will ko to Hlrdt Polut, maklui; cou
nectlon with T. A St, L. panonnor train for Cairo.
Flrattrlp at 0:10 a. m. leaving C ilro. Will conuect
wlthT.it St. L. train leaving Cairo.
ll. T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURES Of allklndtfurnlthodtoordor. old flitnrea re
hronaadi Jobbing promptly attended to. Order!
received at Daniel Uarluian'i or al tho ebop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETO AND TENTH STREETS,
CAIRO .... ILLS.
W. F LaHbdix, river udltorof 'n Hiti.i ktih
and tleanboit pasiiuH'or it,-nt. Ordi-r for ail
kind of steamboat Job pruning tollclted. OMlce
ut Bower's European Uot )1, No. 71 Ohio levue.
STAGES OK TUB ltlVEIl.
Tlie river marked hy tlm giiu'o lust
eveniutf at thin port, 11 fcut ml
11 iufhoH Hud risinir.
Pittsl.urh, Dec. 66 p. m River 2 feet
7 iiiclit:B and litinf;.
Cincinnati, Doc, C -6 p. tn. River 9
ft.'i't 2 iiicbt'8 Knd rising.
Louisville, I).:c. 6 p. in. River 5
feet 10 inches and stationary.
Nashville, Doc. 0 0 p.m. River 5 feet
4 inches and fulling.
St. Louis, I) 'C. C 6 p.m. River 9 feet
4 inches and stationary.
Tho W. P. Ilallid'iy from New Orleans is
due here for St. Lnuin to-night.
Yesterday was a very ple ivtnt day, hut
murine matters wen; very quiet.
Tha Hudson from St. Louin is due here
to-night for Paducali and Shav, tieetown.
The Gus Fowler ariived on lime la.it
evening with a good trip, and departed
The Clinton is the An hor Line mail
packet from St. Louis duo here thi3 evening
The Annie P. Silver from New Orleans
arrived here last nigh' and departed for St.
LouiB early this morning. She had a good
The Cons Millar from Cincinnati is due
here to-day lor Memphis., W. F. Laiub lin,
passenger agent, will furnish tickets at low
The City of Vickshurg on" her arrivil
here this morning will discharge 1,030
bales of cotton for the east. She goes to
The City of Helena from Memphis ar
rived here early yesterday morning, dis
charged and received considerable freight
here, and lelt for St. Louis at 1 p. ni.
The Big 0 Line steamer Golden Rule
left Cincinnati last eveuing for New Or
leans; and the popular Vint Shinkle, with
Cspt. M. M. Deem in charge, lett thf eanio
port for Memphis.
The Cairo & St. Louis uarrow-gaui'ii
railroad 6eeui to mean businecs from their
advertisement which was being scattered
promiscuously among the business mvn lat
evening, propose to make rates on and af
ter the Oth of December, 1S2, cheaper
than walking. This is surely goo I news,
and presume the public will take advan
tage of the low rates.
The J. II. Hillman is due this evening
from Nashville and leaves here on her re
turn trip to-night. Paneugors going up the
Cumberland have no an opportunity of
traveling on a first-class low-water b-;at,
and as good a crew as ever had charge of
a steamboat. Cipt. Tom Galligher com
mands. Passenger Agent V. F. Latuhdi:i
will furnish tickets at low rates. Office, 72
Ten to Twenty Years of Success
for a remedy that has iu that time never
been wanting iu all that is claimed f r it
certainly ought to give confidence to those
who have not tried Simmons Liver Regu
lator. The trial of it is attended with no
inconvenience, no danger, no doubt; if it
will not cure you it cau possibly do you no
harm, and in no case of bilious headache,
constipation, liver disease or its attendant
evils has it ever been known to fail, lio
ware of bogus and counterfeit "Siinmrns"
gotten up to sell on tho reputation of the
D. F. Morgan, of Clay city, III., wri'es
his wife was mbjuct to attacks of sick and
nervous headache, and was entirely cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Sellcck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. t)
i-jfJTNo family Dyes wore ever so popu
lar as tho Diamond Dyes. They never
fail. Tho Black is far superior to logwood.
Tho other colors aro brilliant.
V "Presumption begins in igonnco ami
cuds in ruin." On tho other hand, the
production of Kidney-Wort began with
wiso caiitioiu and scientific research, and
its use eudsin restoring shuttered constitu
tions ami endowing men and women with
health and happiness. "My tormented
back," is tho exclamation ol inoro than one
poor hard-working man ami woman; do
you know why it aches? It is because
your kidneys nro over-tasked and need
strengthening, and your system needs to bo
cleaned of bail humors. You uuod Kidney
Wort. Pukk Con LivkkOil nindu from selected
livers, ou tho ana-shore, by CassVell, Hazard
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have oncu taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians havo
decided it superior to any of tho other oils
Cuai'pkd Hands, Face, riMruw, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswoll, ilaiard & Co.
New York. (2)
"Saltokoff Skupschirofsky," said the
Czar to the captain of tho guard, "havo tho
guards been doubled at the palace gate?'1
"They havo my liet'e," responded S. 8.
"And the lightning-rod man?'' "JIo sleeps
beneath thu Neva, so please your Majesty"
'Th man for subscription to th i life ol
Sergeant Rates?'' "He speeded to Siberian
on a special train." "And the fo.i l: r aud
tree protector Men :" "Ak of the vipers
in the palace dungeons." "The man who
cniitinti .-sut this lute dn?u to Buy, 'What
tj"v ,-r?'" "Thy imperial headsman wenis
his wut' h chain." "Tis well. Telegraph
t ) E H"),)!: tint another conspiracy has bee:i
bufll :d, an I nny St, Isaac of Kownow bless
thi-"," And the (,'z ir, putting ou his ca.-t
from night shut, retir.'d to his princely
couch. B i'ston Transcript.
Commenting upon the nsefuln ss of an
artiv.; itnmigrition society the Vienna
Times savs: "As long as there are bo many
thou-and ncres of un'illel land in our
section of the mu itry weo :ght not to r st
until we have done all we can to call the at
tention of foreign immigrants to our great
natural resources and to the excellent coin
mm i al advantages we enjoy. We believe
that, if the luwcr counties of southern Illi
nois w- re shown up in their proper light
we would have more than an average shire
of the foreign immigration. All who own
propeMy in these coun'ies would profit by
contributing to this work enough to push
it to success. If the swamps aiid lands
were cleared up. ditched and cultivated
they would handsomely increase the wealth
of the counties, for their cultivation would
change these fountains of miasma into val
uable farms and healthy homes. It will
take no great effirt to induce this immi
gration. If wc can only get those seeking
bonus to understand tho kind ot land we
have and our facilities lor commerce, there
will be no need of hiring them to couio or
persuadiug them to stay. They will
be glad to get to just such a place as
we have for them. Now how is this work
to be done? Easily enough. Go to work
an 1 organize your company so tuat you
can do bu.-intss in a business way. Then
contribute the mans to advertise your
lauds, and if necessary mi ploy some active,
energetic man and pay him enough that
he can make it his business to see that
Southern Illinois is Bhown up in her best
light. Wo believe wc take a business view
of the matter and would sny of this work,
as w; would of any other, that the best
way to get it done is to go to work and do
it, This is an excellent tim.? to push the
W'.r!;. D n ing the winter months it could
be done and those taking part would scarce
ly m.ss the time lost. The Hon. John S.
Crum, t i'iis town, has beeu at work in
this direction, hut he does not seem to have
many co ooer iting with him. Now we lay
the nutter before you, citizens of this and
other counties and ask you to consider it,
and we believe that if you wish to see
S iuthernlilinois prosper you will contribute
either money or effirt to this woik. We
will give space to any who wish to express
their views on this subject."
How II3 Surprised Tbem.
It is ::id that at some point in every
man's hie he will do something to Kir-;'i-,.
his friends, hut a eluip in Di'tmit,
si the '? Vr.vs, did more than the!
thu other d.iy. lie was a i-oiupal'tHivo
V ranger, who made his lit-:nl )ti:irt-r- in
a Michigan avenue saloon, lie wasohl
ami ragged, ami it was not always that
he had a iih'lo'1 about him. Ho brought
in the fuel fur tho stovo, helped to scrub
out, and was toW'i'ated on account of
his good nature. Everybody played
him for a half-wit, und no one dreamed
that ho had it in him to create a stir
pt i-e, unless it was by refusing nxli'ink.
Two or three cven.iigs since, a hoy 1.
years old, ragged, baivlootml, barehead
ed, ami with the stains of tears on his
cheeks entered the saloon and softly ask
ed one of the dozen men in thorn for n
penny to buy bread with. Hewas rough
ly rei'ued, vheii up spoke the old tramp
"Gentlemen, hero is a poor orphan
boy who has asked for money to buy
bread, and been refused, I am only n
poor old man, ragged and hungry and
almost penniless, hut I can't stand that.
1'vo got a whole ouarter for that poor
That was the first surprisn. For a
rniiiuto no 0110 spoke. Then eight or ton
voices cried inchorns: "Sohavol!" and
it wasn't live minutes before n purso ot
-t) was tnadi! up for tho forlorn nnd
hungry lad. Thu old man ro.so Hoventy
live per cent, in tho estimation of those
who knew him, and tho hoy cried somn
more and wont out with too money.
Two minutes later the old man slimiod
out, and live minutes later ho runt thu
boy divided the proceeds under tho gas
light on the corner, it wusn't exactly a
whack, for the old chap took inland left
the hoy twenty ceuls. When it wus
known' in the saloon fourteen determin
ed men rushed out ami cantered up and
down, mid ilecluiniod by the great horn
spoon, but (hoy didn't lindthehig-hearU
ed old tramp whoso heart had been
touched. He had gone to refresh him
self with an oyster stew.
Two countrymen name to ft lawyer to
consult about bringing n Joint suit
ngainst n neighbor. The first granger
began to tell tho lawyer tho caiiso of
tin) trouble, embellishing It rather lib
erally. "Don't tell him nny lies, lilll,"
interrupted tho other. "It Is his busi
ness to put in tho lies. You will get
him confused, If you go to mixing your
lies with hU."
How to Mauag.i a Eitiujr, Dog.
A gentleman who has given l ho sub
ject close attention furnishes tho follow
ing campaign plan to avoid being bitten
by a vicious dog, which wo in all seri
ousness publish for the benelit of thoso
of our readers w ho may bo interrupted
by a biting dog while they are stealing
firewood, or are in their neighbor's
yard for any other improper purpose:
"If you enter a lot when! there is a
vicious dog bo careful to remove your
hat or cap us the animal approaches
you, hold tho same down b jour side,
betwi en yourself and the dog. When
you have " done this you have secured
perfect immunity from an attack. The
dog will not attack you if this advice is
followed. Such is my faith in this policy
that 1 will pay all doctor bills from dog
bites, and funeral expense's for deaths
from hydrophobia, k is the unknown
danger the dog does not like to meet."
Why the dog refuses to bite the man
who carries the hat in his hand we aro
unable to say, but such is tho fact, nev
ertheless. Perhaps the intelligent and
appreciative atiinml is disarmed by tho
politeness of the intruder in n rnot ing his
hat, or, may he, tho dog becoii"S para
lyzed at tho intruder taking up a collec
tion for some charitable purposi.--3fz-
Eaniii'aing a Bid Ilusband.
A New Albany citizen, who lias ac
excellent but gritty wife, while engaged
in thrashing iu Clark coituty, Indiana,
paid hi.s addresses 10 a young lady up
on whom he passed himself for a young
rutin. The wife heard of her husband's
trick and visited the voting lady, telling
her she was the loyal, legal wife' of hci
suitor. The young lady said she could
not help it if ho was married, that sht
loved him. Tho wife replied: "Al;
right; I'll fix things." The hushano
returned homo on Friday evening last,
aud his wii'o began to investigate him
on his conduct, telling him she had beet
to see the young lady and knew al.
about his peccadilloes. "Don't yoi
think she's pretty?" he asked. Tho wife'
answer came iu the shape of a fiddle
over the husband's head, making; n
wreck of the instrument, lie was thet
hustled out of the house, and passed tie.
uight out among strangers. llo wat
still a wanderer on Saturday evening.
. - mi
The London Sirdn!ar says: In plaet
of Frnzi r Messr. Longman intend tt
try nn experiment in cheap literature, t
magazine of 120 pages, di-ous-ing every
subject except politics ami Hi .ion, con
veying information, and lightened witl
good novels, but sold for Mxp' oee. Suet
a magazine, if well done, should bo t
sixpenny CornliiH, and obtain a ipiartei
of a million of readers. In the changec
conditions produced by the spread o
education, such an experiment is nearly
sure to succeed; as would also, as wi
believe, a sixpenny yiwtenilk Ct nlnri
devoted mainly to politics and religion
The body of readers begin to toleratt
grave thought and even to pay for it, ti
an extent which publishers as yethardh
"The linen collar is an epitome and
index of civilization," says an adver
tisement in the Baltimore A't Wt
emphatically deny it. The index 0:
civilization is tho rouge bottle ami tht
pearl 1 r box.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs ami Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severo Coughs, or any
aflVction of the Throat and Lungs, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling ut above Drug Store. (4)
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetahl'j Com
pound ranks fits! as a curative agi nt iu all
complaints peculiar to women.
and myself, great sufferers from Catarrh,
have been cured by Elys' Cream Balm.
My sense of smell restored and hialth
greatly improved. C. M. Stanley, dealer
in booth and shoes, lthica, N. Y.
rjWK CITY-NATIONAL HANK.
Of l .'olro. Illiuoiw.
TI OHIO LEVI!!!.
OA I'ITAIj, $ I 00,000
A General liaiikiiw; business
TUOH. V IIAIiUDAV.
JKTEItl'KISE SWI.VC. P.WK.
Of Cairo. .
INCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BASK.
TdOS. W. IIAI.I.IDAY,
NEW YORK STOKK,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL,
The Kindest Viirioty Slok
IN I HI", v l i V.
(JOODSSOM) EKY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKU vc UO..
(jor, Nineteenth fired I PoSm, 111
Commercial A ofuue I UUU 111
That is what a great
many people are doing.
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
Hitters, 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 fevers, &c
203 S. Taca St., Baltimore.
Nov. oS, 1BS1.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Iirown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now havo a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
Ml ITAL All) SOCIETY.
JJUREKAl EUREKA II
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR.
WIDOWS' & OliPIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv ltth, 11177, 1'mlcr the Laws 0
the Mate or Illinois. Cojnrl;;litedJuh
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HI). II. WHITE
, .'2nd Vlcu Prmldant
... Medical Advuera
Wm. F.PITC'T.K, I..S. T1MMAS,
W.C.JOCliLYN. V. VINCKNT,
WILL T. UEKUCKN.
HO A lit) OKMANAOKltH:
J. A. (ioltlHtlne. of (ioM-tltio t Ticfe owner, whole
tain aud rel il Ory hoo'I. etc. ; Jan. S. MeUahey,
lumber iiimli'r; V a. K. Pitclior, Koneral avnt;
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Ttiouiat. tirlukluyur; Mutim Plitlliot, contractor
ami moiin'r; 11. luiimuii-y, grocnr; loot.
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Clark, dealer In wall-imper an l window nlndot; J.
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mit " "H I 1 IV OH lilll "It II 111 , (,!.
burn, of Morfii A Koilhuru, eirfur muiiul'arinrurt;
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ll.Taber, inn, Jnwelei; J. II. Roiilnton, J. P. an I
notart public; J. . Petri", i.hlclan; U. W.
IlotiwtcK, iiKiiriinee, atf.-m ! K. K Jarboa. foramaa
ttt.tia main, and K It. WalbndKu, lumbor ani
uw-mlll, of Cairo; H. LuUbton, canhitr Nut.
Bank.Htuart. Iowa; Rov. P. A Wllkerton. Pryora
burg, Ky.; J.W. Tairy, phytlclaB.fulton, Kj.