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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1883.
Wayor N.B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Krth.
i:tiuselor--V. ui. B. Oilberl.
urnba)-L. H. Meyers,
Vitomey William Hendricks.
BOAKD Of ALDSEBS
let WrT-Wm.Mctltu.T. M. Kiiobrough.
.vvoud Ward-Jesse lliukle, 0. N. Hughes.
Third WsrdH. K, IMk. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cberlee O. Hitler, Adoiph 8wo-
'eh Wird-T.W. HalUday, Ernest H. Pattlt.
Circuit J u.lf U. -f. H-ik-r.
CiruttOtTk-A. U Irvln.
Comity Judge It. S Yimsuio.
lounti Clerk-H.J. Humm.
I'ouulir Attorney J. M. Damwn.
C.mu'y Treasurer Mile W. I'srker.
Mifillf John Hodges.
Coroncr-R. Kltrgeralu, ...... , .
I'ouutyOomrnlioiionere-T. W. tlalllday, J. A
Otbhs aud Peter saup.
vMl'.UlHITIvr. -Corner renth ana op.ar
W.irfetc urnacbtnic flrt and third Sunday Is
rBC m.,.,tn. II m- en l ;:;. "-i P''" "L1"
rMURVU 0? TBK R E D E B M K R Kptscops')
I fotiru-enth .treet; Sunday 7:W m.. Holy
hu.'bwlrtl :'W a. tn , Hunday a-hool ; I f .
Motntiw 1'raynrs; P. tn.. Evening I'rsyer,. F
u I mirl.. T. II. Hector
... . f. .Ill
T MISSIONARY BAl 118 1 loim-a."
Pri''hlii 10 .iW a. n... p. n.. and l:W p. ru
boo! 7.st p. m Rev. T. J - birs.
I ICiKKAS Thirteenth tirwrt; services Ssh
1 j bn'h 1 -Jo a in ; Sunday school p m. Rev.
Mr. rniilIHT- '.r. KUhib and Welutit streets.
; riiia arii'W'l at : 9 Kv. J. A. ScrreU.
1 HiJiriliYTKKtAS -Hlgh'b lret: preachlag on
I sl,lath at II . 00 a. tn. and 7:) p. m ; praver
!, ,i! rt.in.-i!T at 7:3') p. m.; hauday Scbeol
jt jlt i. Rev II Y. Oforxe, paator.
1 .u-hpax .Roman Catholic) Corner t'ross
, Walnut .tr'-els; services S.bbatb 10:S0.
n ; fundiiv MrliiMil at p. ro ; Vespers i P-m-- ,er
iirMH.Lrj day at a. m. Hov.O'Uar. Priest.
lT KI;K 8- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
inn.:! t..l Washington avenue; services Sab
oiti It s and in a.m.; Vesper p. m. ; Hnnday School
i ,.. m. arvi.;ua .very day at a. m. B.t. MatWriuii
i:. It. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO-
ILUS0I9 CENTRAL K. R-
TKIIM IlKPABT. , , TlUXi AKMIVI.
Mai: V'iJa.rn I Mall
reroinMaUon.U:IUft-m Kilirena ....... II :)0 a. m
I Kiprma Sl p m I AcwimdaltoB..4:l5 p m
C. Sr. L. N. 0. R. II. (Jarknon Route),
tv.ll 4:a.mtMall. ... .. 4:ip m
Kipre I0:tf)a m tXxprc 10:aB
tAc'modati.m M'p m
ST. L.4C R. It. (Narrow Gauee )
Eipren' a:l5 a m I Kiprn : P ni
Actom'datloo. l:Wip.m I Aecora'daUon ll:0 a ro
8T.L , I.M. 48. R.R
Expr ll-Hip n tExprcti.... 8: n m
WAltASU. ST. t.Ot'M PACIFIC R'YCO.
Vntl Jt fc .... b.'V vm I Mull Ex.... :inp.io
tArcoiu'datioo 4:1 p in t Accoin'datlon lt:IO a.tn
Ually i-xcept Kuuday. t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO B. R".
Mail .A:M.m. I Mail...- ....:10 P-
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunoini
Making Dibkot Connkotion
:i-.oa H m. Mu.
ArrlvltiK In St. Lonla .4S .m.j Chlcauo,H:0 p.m.;
ConmVliuK at Odin and K(nnham for cfncln
nail, Loj'vKi. ludlaHapoln and point Eaat.
1 1 :ltt u.m. Ht. lotii anil Vtrn
Arrlvlnc Iu H. t.oul7:05 p. m., and counectln?
for allpomta We.t.
; rU p.m. Ft Kxir-
r ,r St Lou! anil Chicago, arrlviug at 81. L-ula
to:K p.m.. and Chicago 7 "JO a m
M ."ji p.m.CMnoinniiti Kxproaa.
Arrtvltiu at flucLnatl I'M .m.; LomtrllU 6:NS
a m.; Indlanapolla 4:0ft .m. Paaiiiuri by
thia train reach the above point lii to 30
tiuVKH lu advance of any other route.
If The8:o p. tn. etproa baa PULLMAN
hl.KKPlNOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chan,?oa. and through eleoperito t. Louli and
JHt Time East.
1 ItoMMlrla em points without ny dnlay
cauaed by Hundav lutervraliitf. The Hatiirday aTtor
noon trafu from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
iioruliiR at 10:S. Thirty-! hourtln dvancol
n ntlur route. .....
lr For through lli-kitl knd furihur Information,
apply at Illlnola Central Railroad Pnpot, Cairo.
' J. II. JONES, Tlrkut Axotit.
A. H. HANSON, Oin. l'a, Aijont. Chicago
QKORQE II. LE.VUII, M. 1).
Plivnioian and Suroou.
Spiii'i.l Attention paid to tlio Hoinnopalhlc treat
m. iH of siirilcnl dl.uaos, and disettus of women
Oillcti: t)n llth stront, opposltu tho Post Offlce,
It, W. 0. JOCFLYN,
omcE-KlKuth Street, nearComuerctal Ann
K. K W. WIIITLOCK,
Urnui No. tU Commercial Avin, biwa
Igtl J and Ninth 8lru
While other Baking Powderi art largely
adulterated with Alum and ether hurtful
hat been kept unchanged in all hi original
puritf and strength. The bett evidence of
its tafety and effectivenett is the fact of
it: tntfing received the hightst testimoni
alt from the most eminent chemitts in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot i
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
BuifMinf f YMt fi.ai, lir. PrW. SyMlai
ri.rrlat KAlrMt, h4 Dr. rlr'i C.la. Turttm.
EW PHI1 AN' I) OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perflate! my arrannnmenta to
supply the trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Chq Now OllVr as Follow : Oysters
Taken From tlio Sricl 1 IIt?re Fresh
as From tint Gulf.
Havoo Cook 91 W per 10l
" Sa'tne W "
' Ba.lno 75 "
Oy.ter In hoik 60 "
Oy.teri ttandvda In can. 80 "
Red Smtpper inc. per tt
t'roklea ' "
Sheep Head, 4c . " '
Shrimp. Lohat'i. Craa and Tnrtleji all In season
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TUE TRADE.
JOHN S PRO AT.
N"EV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERYCLOSK
O. O. 1?AT1EH & CO.,
for. Nineteenth street ) Pqiva 111
t'onimerclalATeone VftllU 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 FA.TENT
Wholesale Healer in Ice.
ICK FY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?";KEI) FOR SHIPPING
Oar LiOads a Specialty.
Va)y, Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
o and Arriert MoitoAf , oornnitK 21, ,
Expren and Mail leaves Cairo, every day exoopi
Sunday, at 8:1.1 a. m. Arrlv.aat KaatSt. Louis at
8:tp,m Arrive at Cairo at 4 :H8p. m.
Accommodation arrive at 11:40 a; m. and dc
parts at l:i0 p.m.
JAMBS KELCIU CO.
ll. T. GEROULI) AND
U. P. N E W L A. N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WKLLH, FORCB AND
LIFT PUMPS FURN1SHRD AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKK
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURES Of all kind furnished to order, old fixture re
hroned!)ol)ttln promptly altonriml to. Orders
received at Daniel Uartman's or at th hop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETa AND TENTH STREETS,
OAirtO .... tliJM.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS. CUNNING
9:40 A. M January 8, 18i-3
Jaawary. I'ehruary. March. ")lr.
Pork... Tii7To" I7 "
Wheat... r W?S W
Corn.... Ki I 53 M Wi
Pals ... tie I MX 311 rt)
t'J:H I'. M.
January, February. .March. May.
Corn...... 5HV I f3H UK
Oats a'-H 8&7 ,17!,
i :w p. M.
Janoary. Fabruarv. March -Way.
Pork.... 17' 2H I $17 ' ' I W W
Wheal'.. Ort. H7S I
Corn.... M1H fHV4 I isav M
Paw.... an M SO 87
Clilcago, Jatriary 6 IWJ
Whea a,;n!l ln.ftK
Corn lft-J.7 Ull.fiwt
Oat 7H.7M 77.S42,
W. P ;.ahiiin, rler editor of i'hk Hui.i.trm
and ateambott (jm.cn .'it a.mt. Orders for all
kindsofataamhoat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Uotel, No. 7i Ohio levee.
ISTAOKH OF TIIK HI V Kit.
The river uwke.I y the gaxB
evening at thi pir, 12 li-i't and
8 in'he and faliio.
PituLurh, Jan. 80 p. m Rivt-r 2 fed
7 inches nnd rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 8-0 p. iu. River 10
feet 3 inches arid stationary.
Loiiisvilfe, Jn. 80 p. in. River 8
feet 5 inch and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 80 p.m. River 9 feet
0 iuches and riling.
St. Louis, Jan. 8 G p.m. River C feet
5 inches and stationary.
The Cons Milltr for Memphis and the
Mary Houston for New Orleans are both
due here to morrow.
The B. 8. Rhea from Nashville arrived
here last evening at 2 o'clock. She had a
light trip and left ou her return at 4 p. iu.
Sam Hill, chief clerk of tho Tyler, look
ed mighty cool yesterday. His appearauce
indicated that he had been playing a game
of "puzo cut" auitgot the worst of it.
The Gua Fowler will as usual report here
this rveuirig in time to connect with the
Illinois Central R. R, and leave for Pttdu
cah on her return trip at 4:30 p. m.
The Granite State from Memphis arrived
here at 7 o'clock yesterd ty morning. She
had a good trip. Th 3 wind held her here
for several hours and in her eff irts to get
from the wharf she broke her wheel, which
caused considerable delay for repairs.
The Henry A. Tyler from Tiptonville ar
rived here yesterday morning at 7:20. She
had a No. 1 trip of freight and people, and
wiil leave here again this evening at 4
o'clock lor Osceola, For freight or passage,
sec W. ' F. Lambdia acnt, or apply ou
Yesterday was a regular "soul sarchor"
as thu darkey say. Tho wind bbtw terri
bly cold and and curnn right rquare from
tho not th pile, or at least felt like it,
overcoats, ear tip, and gloves were in good
demand and everybody moved as though
they were as full of business as a Gol
coodajawyer without a case. If the weath
er continues to treat us with the same
coolness for a few days uioro there will be
a largo number of ruariivs who shall have
tho benefit of a little rest. The Ohio and
Mississippi both wi.I let their b ttmu fall
out only to be tilled with ice.
, Tho Will S. Hays arrived hero yesterday
moruing with a good freight and 75 cabin
passengers, most of Whom cre reyislered
for New Orletns. Opt. VV. P. Wright
her freight aXent here gavu her about 400
tons of frcsght and she hIho received 10
cabin pasHungers for New Orleans and 5
for Memphis besides 21 deckers. Col.
Will S. Hays and family are on board as
passengers, Imsides mauy other ladies and
geutlemeu of Louisvillo. The btcamer
wag visited by many of our citizens and
the uuiversal opinion was that she is ele
gant in alt respects and for speed will be
hard to beat. Sho left for New Orleans at
10 o'clock last night.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Jtelleves mid cures
HKADAt HE, TOOTHACHE,
Sorsnsii, Cuts, Bruises,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS BOTTLE.
ftnld by all DniMlat and
Dealer. Direction In 11
Thi Chirki A. Vogiltr Co.
ismmmw. m A. roeiua a eo.)
BaltlMr, Me!., ir.l, A.
.ItHtien (VSiiiffln. up nf Illtmkfoot,
trird his flrnt emu recentlv. IIo. has
some "cnidtt uotioiis nbout ovon-hnmled
justice, and claimi to bo thoroughly up
oir parliiimentiiry eliUi'tl.
Th eane was one in tvhieh Don QnU
ot Centipede was charged with thn
larceny of one sorrel niuic, tho proper
ty of Clatido Molnotto Rooney, valued
at k7'), at lh county nnd Ti rritory
aforesaid, and on tlm I'lt li day of Onto
ber, A. I). 182. mid that on naitl day
he, the said Don Quixote Centijiedit, did
tnko, stenl and ride iiwuy mid driv
away the malt! aforesaid, contrary to
the statute in sueh raw niado and pro
vided and against th ponce and dignity
of tho Territory of Idaho.
Tho ease was tried, and defendant
hAving been found guilty, the Justice
about to sentence him to the peniten
tiary for life when tlioeouniel railed the
attention of tho court to the fact that,
as an examining magistrate, h only
had authority to bltxl Mr. Centipede
over for his appearance at t ho next term
of the District Court. Judge O'Sniflin
therefore modified his judgment 1o the
requirement of a bond for ?'00 for do
feudant's apH9aranct as aforesaid. De
fendant's eoutisol then rose and stated
that, owing to certain irregularities and
xculiarities developed in tho case, he
would now make a motion for n new
f ientlenien," said Judge O'Sniflin to
the bystanders, "you have a motion, do
I hour a second?'
An eocentrio horse-thief on thn back
seat seconded the motion.
Kiontlenien." resumed his Honor,
"you have heard the. motion. Are you
ready for tbo ipuwtion?"
The motion has boen made and .sec
onded that tho defendetit Centipede bo
given a new trial. - All those in favor
will say 'aye.' "
Rig chorus of ayes.
"Those opposed will say 'ho.1 "
"It is a vote. The prisoner will bo
granted a new trial."
The West is full of self-mado men
who are not very familiar with Esteo'a
Pleading and High on Injunction, but if
you think they are not familiar with
parliamentary usages, you do not know
Tho chief clerk at the Union Depot Ho
tel, Ogden, Utah, Mr. J. G. Ta)l ir, had
rheumatism In the muscles of his chest and
left shoulder. By applying St. Jacobs Oil
three-dsyg he realized complete restoration
Husband aud Wife on the Comet.
So it isn't to be wondered at that
when my w i(o got up the other morning
at u o'clock and told me to turn out, for
the comet wasrMng, 1 objected! I said
that I didn't take any interest in comets
nt 3 o'clock in the morning: that i had
seen comets of various kinds long
tailed, short tailed and bob-tailed in as
sorted sizes, nnd I didn't wnnrnny
comet on my plate! Nheaid the tail of
this one was 7',hX),(KK) miles long, and
I snid I didn't care if it was a million or
. more mile longer and had just come
out of curl papers and had Insects in it.
She said that Prof. Barnard had no
ticed a split in its head and that it was
2,000 miles across t lie split, and I said
if the head was as long as reported
31,000 miles tho liivd thing was just
gaping aud lliat tho siilit would close
hssooii as it had yttwjv 1 enough. Final
ly 1 told her that if she would come
back to bod 1 would buy her a small
comet to wear on her w hiter hat.
"But I can't wear one w ith so lor. a
tail," said she as she put her cold feet
on the small of my back.
"Oh yes," said I, "it wou't be much
longer than tho hight of htyln." f '.
A Michigan boy ate a bar of soap, dranl'
B lot of soda w ater aud went to hed to cur'
his cold. The doctor had a hard time to
pull him through, but tho boy now snys tlio
next time liu catches a cold he ill use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
What a Ditto Is.
Tlmy were only two they woro out
to make a night, of it thev were ptvttv
I thank you. They stumbled imoii
the word "ditto" in some, way, One
said to the other, "What's a' 'ditto,'
You're a 'ditto'," was the reply,
"How so?" .
"Whv, I'm drunker 'n a biled cork
crew. ' Ain't I?"
The point was unanimously admit led'
by a sitting vole.
"Well, sir, that being so, you are a
ditto'." From thr, tnlcof "'l'uo W,."
The New Geography. -
How ninny. farms are there is tho
United Slates? 4,008.907.
IIow m.'tnv dwellings in cit v and coun
Which State has the most farms, and
how main? Illinois, with 2.V.7lt.
What is the total number of farm ani
What do they comprise, and tho uum
berof each? Swine, 47,nS:l,Ml; sheep,
.UI'.M.ii.iiii ,i,., (,., UMi:i,!)V;
working oxen, fli;l,!l70; other ealtlo,
2-., H8,.V,I0; horses, 10,:i:7,!W ; mules and
Sergnant BallantluVg Wit.
Tho wit of Sergeant Ballnntino appears
to be of a very cinistio character. When
sonio years ago, n distinguished journuU
ist was forced to appear in tho witness
box. tho Sergeant, just before cross-ex
Aiuing him, entirely deprived him of hi
self-possession by 'coolly observing:
"There is flour on your nose, sir." On
another occasion fie publicly rebuked
Mr. Justice Hawkins -then Mi'. Haw
kins, R. C for his Inveterate love of
accumulating wealth, assuring him that
he had much 'more money than ho would
ever need in this life, that ho could not
possibly hopo to take the surplus Hway
with lil m, and that if lie did it would
Wost cert all melt,
Honpfct and Liberal.
When the Hops in each bottle of Hop
Bitters (at tho present price, 1.25 per lb.,)
cost more than a bottlo is sold for,
besides the other costly medicines, and the
quality and price are kept the samo, we
think it is honest and liberal in the pro
prietors, and no one should complain, or
buy ot use worthless atuff, or cheating bo
gus imitations because tho price is less.
The Trouble With the Steward,
"Whore is the old steward?" inquired
a travulcr as he stepped aboard an out
going steamer, just previous to his de
parture, "Oh, bo was discharged s -me timo
ago," replied the captain.
"Why he seomed to bu a first-class
fellow," reioined the first speaker;" why
was he kicked out?"
"Well, to tell you the truth, he got
too big for his breeches nnd we bounced
him," emphatically ejaculated the cap.
This conversation occurred within
hearing of a bright-eyed intelligent little
girl, the daughter of one of the tourisU
on that steamer. Subsequently another
passenger arrived and after bestowing a
casual glance aronnd.'saidr -
"I don't se the old stewnrd; what
bits become of him?"
"I think he was discharged," volun
teered a bystander.
"Do you know what for!'"
"I do." piped a small voice from tho
Looking around, the inquirer saw the
miiling face of a little girl peeping out
"Well, my dear," said ho. "why was
the steward discharged?"
"Oh, I don't liko to toll," she bashful
"Bui I want to know," he persisted.
"Come, toll mo, that' s,a good :ir. What
did thoy discharge him for?"
"'Cause," she slowly answered,:
"'cause his pants were too short!"
A merchant in Tallahassee, Flu., late
ly received an order for one hundred
pounds of dried fig-leaves of a bright
color. As tho order camo from a large
tobacco manufactory, tho usu to whieu
the leaves will be put is easily surmised.
ORDINANCE NO. 107,
An ordinance providing for the location of pow
der magazines, snd re (fill at Inn the storing there
in of powder snd other explos.ve srticles.
Be it ordaiccd by the city coancil of the city 'of
Suction 1. That It shall be unlawful for any per
son, person or corporation to keep, have, posnea
or More at any timu In any place within the city
limits, moro than twonty-Qvs poands nf vim pow
der, or any other dangerous and explo.ive mate
rial or article, exr-eeilng in a twtvaxlne that is
built by permiaelon aid approval of, aud upon a
location to bu designated uy, the city council.
Sections. Any person, persous or corporstlon
who shall violate the provisions of section one of
this ordlosnco rhall forf 'it snd pay a sum not lens
than twcniy-flve dollars nor more than two hun
dred dollars, for each snd fvery offunit.
Approved January St1. A. OA lt1.
N. II. THISTLKWoOI), Mayor.
Attest :-0. . I. Folut, C tr Clerk.
Publirhed In Dally Cairo Bulletin, Jan. 9ih, 1881.
ODDlNANCE NO. 108.
Aa ordinance to provide f,.r th- regulating of
railroads within the limits of ths city of Cat o.
He it or'laln d by the city council of the city of
Se td.n I. No rat road, corporation or Individ
ual shall he permitted to lay down, construct or
operate iiiy switch, turn oat or turn table upon
any at t, av.-nue. alley or highway within tb
limit, of ii- r tv nf Cairo without being first duly
sutlio, . t , i ... to do.
Beittoa i o . allroad cempanv corporation or
ts'llvldnsl shall switch auy ctr, car, locomotlvs,
engine or train upon nr along any .trnet, arenas,
alley or highway within the tlin'ta of tho cltv of
Cairo. And the only nse tlist shall be made of any
stroit, aveuue, alley nr highway within tue limits
of the city of Cairo upon whleb track a s c in
structed or be eafier constructed shall be for the
trnn.it oi trains over raid stre. t, avenue, nil n) or
Section i. No railroad eotnpany, corporation or
Individual shall be permitted to (tana any ear,
ca.s, Incomotltii engine or tral u upon any reel.
sMiiiia, all yoratgbway within the limits of the
city of Cairo for any purpose whatever, i'rovldsd
that nothing In thla oidlnance shall be takeu or
held topisvent tlieiiso snd operation ofaur track
sidetrack or switch, that lias been lsldln any
feet according to law for toe pnrpoae of reaching
auy passenger depot, In twitching In ind nut paa
ngr car or train aud placing and Handing
them alongsldo of said passenger depots lor th
Surpose orrocelvlnK and discharging passengers,
aggage, express matters, malls Ac.
section 4. A violation of any of the provisions
In the above sections I, -j, 8, shsll snbjuct the of
fender to a an ol not lo-s thsu taentvtve nor
nor thsn two hundred dollar lor each offense.
Sections All ordlnsncHS In onfllct with a.y nf
the s'iuvs provisions are hereby repealed.
Approved Jsnnarr Sth, A.D.HSt.
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, Mayor.
Atlest:-D.J Koi.T t'ltv Clerk.
Published In DjI y Cairo Bnllvtl", Jan 8th, lss
CITY NA IIONAIi BANK.
Ot Cftlro. Illinni-,
71 Oil 10 I.RVKK.
A Meneml Banking business
THOU, W. IIAI.MUAV.
JKTKM'HIBU SAVINU BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
THOH. V. JIAM.1D AY,
U O A L
D Stovos I.)
No. 27 I ) 8th St,
S Tinware. H
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G.W. Rick, editor of
the American Christian Rt
vi civ, says of Hrown's Iron
Cm., O., Nov. to. iS8t.
Gents :Thc foolish v. act
ing ot vital force in Liuinc,,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, make
your preparation a necessity ;
and if applied, v. ill save hun
dreds who resort to kalocus
for temporary recuperation.
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
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