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CAIKO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY ; MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1883.
( City Orhoer. j
tnv,r N.n.Thirtlowood. ' ; ." '
rr.ur.r-T J, Krth.
Uora -Utnuls. J. VuWy.
tini.iiliir Wdi. H. (jllbort.
Marnttnl Li- H. Meyers,
Mlorney William Uendricka.
luihu or uihk ,
r-irt Wri-Wra.McHa!e.T. M. Klinurungh.
itnrniKl Ward-Jee UiuklB, C. N. Huri.
l'bird Ward-U. K. Blake, John WwJ. ' ; .
K.xtrtb Werd-Cberlee 0. Pallet, Ad.iipb 8w
'mid Werd-T. W. Uatlldav. Brneat B. Petttt.
County 0 Ulcers.
i:rf J'lile . J.Baiirr.
Circuit t;lem-A. II Irvln.
County Jud.)-K. Voctoo.
Cmni) tier.-!. J. '"V''i.
I'uuntT Attorney-.! M. Uamron.
County Treaaurer-MiW-a W Parkm.
Uroner-K rnr.iMia , .
CooutyOomtnlMlonurs-T. S Holiday. J.
Ult.b. and Petor fetip
Calltoj tiU'Tl vr. -Corner rith and Poplar
) a probing f S1D1)" '
a(o 'i.MitU. II a. d i.r.yjr meet-
T Hp. nr: Sunder -Aoot.
V, roiiiteeiiih street; Untidey . a m.. Holy
k . am. m., Sunday a bool ; 'I Oj a.m..
S.VrMte Vrier-; "V. p. flPT-. f
1-. 'tiin. f. It. nisei"!.
, J.,T MIIUNAKY BAPTIST UHLMCilj
!.',.;l Kb.-. at T P n Ht. T. J. brn.
i itii Kit A -Thirteenth ttrret, imi.
L bun t.so m , Sunday -boollp m. K
!j i'-,". na "
MrUHODIST-Cor Rntr- bJ "i streets.
f, VO0.V t:i. 01. K J A.fS'reti
i lia.-rtiTUUAS -Klghth street, pmacnlng
H .ti m P' H Y. 'itzi, paetor.
C mKI-.1 H.iinan Catholtci Corner t;ir..M
7 fid W'Vnnl tt-'; ffv1r iihth IO.a
r., iin.,.tr "r.-h.l -it t p. m : VMpt-ra 1 p. m. : r-ri-r!ri
day at Ha . ro. Ua.OHaM. I rtt.
or I'MHH K'S-(H'imari CatbolIC) '.'oruor Mlmb
J .,.,.:! kt.il Waal.ttiRtoB annia; Irtrirt.-ei
M-h - and in a. m ; Vir p. .; ! "J'jj"
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIUU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
1ai;.-... ......... I :OJa.ra
t Act'iiii'dauoD.'.l.'lO a.m
(Kxi re- 8 Mp
Kxurata - 11 .10 a.m
I'.bT. L.4M. 0 R. u. (Jackinn KJii).
tMa;l 4:4a.mtMU .. :ipm
Kiftota M:-Va m tKfpr M"
tAo'm xlatlon I'N'p ml
ST L K. K. O'arruw Uiuk )
Exit.' '. :1S a m I Eip" .!:p,ln
A'-"m'datioD. 1 p.m I Aocom'daliim U:v)w
HT.L . l.M.8. K.R
Kx(rHM 11 :Snp.m I tKiprea t:W i id
vt ahasii. sr. Lons pahpic k-y c-o
Mali 4 K.... j:0.m!MU4i Ei.... wtaJP-n
ArromVatlon i:S p m tAccom datlnn If.in am
ily 'irpt tundy. t Dally.
KUBILE 4 OHIO H. B '
Mall m I Mall ....:Wp. m.
LIJXOIS CENTRAL H. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Iino Hunnin
Making Dirkct Conkkotion
Arflvttieln 81- LoulM5.m.: Cblcago.S:)" p.tn ;
tonneclintr at Odin and Kfflniiham for I Incln
nail, LoniavtMt, ludianapoha aud iltita Kat.
1 1 :1 .in. Ht. lonia bihI Wntrn
Arrivlnitlu Ht. LoulaVOp. m., and on lifting
(or all pninta Waft.
.J.ftO p.m. Flint Kxvrn
imHi t-"'''" Chicago. arrhiDg at fct. Lmli
fl:4rt p.m., and CblcajjoT:! a in
:t t p m. Cincinnati W'iXpreB.
Arrlvlna at ('lucUnatl 7M a m ; Lotinvllle 6:M
a m ; Indtanapolla .m. PametiKora by
thin train reach tha above poluta 1 a to .30
lloCKS in advance of any other roiito.
i jrThe 8 '.51 V- m- exproaa' haa PULLMAN
r-LKBPtNU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho it
channel, and throORh ilnepera ui Ht. Lonla and
Fast Time East,
.oniiivnva b-' Uue trough to Kaat.
1 ilSGlluCl S rn volnti without any dalay
rauaad by Sunday Intervonlne. Tin ;t'iHy ftr
noon train from Cairo arrive. In new Yo'k Monday
ornllleatlOt. TUIrty-ell hoiiraln advanceof
f dtbor route, ...
HTl'or tliroimh tlckeU and rrthr Informiitlon,
tiplY t DHnola Central lUllmad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONES, Ticket Ageut.
A. H . U ANSON, Oen. Pa. Airunt. OliUauu
QKOUOK II. LEXCII, M. I.
I'hvsioian tmd Surjseon.
Special attontlon puld to th Homeopthl tral.
tnunt nfaurglcal dlioasei, aud tllMni) of woinn
and children. M
Office: tu 14th atrott, oppuaita the l'oit Office,
U. V. C. JOCTLYN,
OPKICK-Kli'jth SUeet, near Oomaarelal Av.noe
jy. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orruji-No. IM OommereUI Avmaw, b-Jtwo
kukl'iand Ninth HtrMta
While othtr Baking Powder$ trt larath
adulttrated with Alum and ctktr Arff
drug$, t i
tat been kept unchanged in all itt original
purity and ttrength. The beet evidence of
itt eafety and effectiverw is the fact of
it: ,',ing received the highiet teetimonU
ale 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 test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID B&KINS POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L. and St. Louis, Mo..
laiafutaror. l.(in T.mI .., Dr. PrlM'i Splal
riowl.f Ltaraci., a br, frk. CI. tfttmf.
JEW P( in AND OYSTER DKPOr.
Having on perfect. 1 my a'Mr.eemen'a to
'ipplj tin) trid" lth
OYSTERS AND FISH,
. I Can X') Off-r as Follow.: Oyttr
Takco From tlie Shell Here Fh:bIi
b Fr.ini tlx; Onlf.
Bavou Coo' i M per ti
na inui ... i n
" Bn.lni ;b "
Orntcre In b ilk "
Ortr aundarda In can. in "
Rod Snipper per lb
8bop llaad, 4c ... - ' '
Sbrlmna. Lol)t"i eras, and Tnllf all In aaon
LIBKKIL DISCOUNT TO THZ TKADE.
JO I IX SPROAT.
JKW YORK STORE,
UTMOI.KSALE ANP RKTAIL.
The Largest Variety SKx-U
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VKRYCLOSK
O. O. IA.T110U & CO..
Qor. Nii.o'.coj'.h Miet l - Pa!M III
Commercial Avecnw f vail v; ill
PROPRI KToK OF PRO.VT'F PATENT
RkFKIO K I f A TO U ( ; A U8 ,
Wholei-oilo Deakr in IfO.
It'F y TUB CAR LOAD OR T0N.WEL1
?'.KK0 Ft)R SHIPPING
Oni' I.ojitlr a fpoeialtv.
i tor, Twelfth Street aud Levee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS
ot avd rrmi stosujr, oaronnK 11,
Kxprei and Mull leavoa Cairo, everv day xcf pi
Sunday, at 8:15 a m. Arrive at Kaat Ht. Loula at
H:N p. m Arrlvmat Cairo at, 4::t&p. m
AccommortiitloH ai rlvna at II :40 a. m- and d
partf at l.iH) p. m.
JAMES KELCII & CO.
ll. T. GEROULD AND
U. P. N E W L A N L).
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVR WKLLS, FORCU AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURES Of all klnilifnrolnhad to order, old flxtarea re
bromed; jotihlin promptly attended to. Order,
received at Daniel Hai tman'i or at the .hop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETI1 AND TENTH STREETS,
OAITIO .... tTAM.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY DY CitAS. CUNNINO-
K:30 A. M. January 11, lHt-8.
January, j Tubruary. March. 1 ).
Pork 17 Vl'4 I 4IT 4 W "
Wheat... Vh.S I Bai
Corn.... :Vt I 55V, tH.
Uata.. t&H I 3d 87V.
M:8'i P. M
January, February. Morca . I May.
Pork ... i $T27li
Whft.. W 18
Cum 5? MS l
Oni S.V 37'
i i P. M.
Jan iarr. February. March Mty.
Pork. ... 17 l' I $IT :! I $17 4S ' i
Wheat.. . 97 W7 I
Corn.... b.i f4K MVt 6
uau.... sfiyajt I ant. i n
Chicago, January W. 1H.H2.
rorn...v IDft.JU J lirf.
Oat- ia. 02.871
W r ;..aHoiji, rlvr edttorof i' Bci.i xt k
and aica.nbot pataenur a ''.at. Ordn for nil
klnd.of Uiaml)ot Job printluH aollclied. OfJe
at Bie 'a European Uotol. No. 71 Ohio tern.
STAOKtt OK THK HlVttfl.
The riv.r inarku'l by thu Ktuh' !at
evtDinn at this port, IS fret nd
0 incho. aud rigiusf.
Cinciunati, Jao.l2-fi p. ni. Hiv.r 14
feet 9 inches and rming.
PitUburi, Jan. 120 p.m Hi'n 2ffit
11 inches and tailing.
Louisville, Jan. 12-8 p. m. -River 7
feet 4 inghci and rising.
Naaliville, Jan. 12 -'i p.m. ltin-r 13 feet
4 inches aud rising.
St. Louis, Jan. 12-6 p.m. River 4 ft I
5 inrlwa and faUiug.
The R. R. Springer is dua to day f'r
New Orleans. She hails from Cincinnati.
The Gt Fowler failed to report yester
day, iu coufwquence of heavy ice at Pa
ducab. The Guiding Star from New Orleans is
duo here to-day for.Cincinnati. Opt. J. P
The New Maty Iluiiatun left here List
ciglit fur New Orlearjg with all the freight
she wanted and a good passenger trip.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati, is
due to-duy for Memphis, dpt. M. M.
Deem, mattr, Col. J. D. Moorn in the
The N. W. Graham, a small government
boat, passed down yesterday at 1:30 p.m.
She was ou her way to Wilson Point be
'TheJohn A. Scndder, of ibo Auchor
Line, is due here this morning from New
Orleacs. Sha will discharge a large lot
of cotton and other freight here.
The Guiding Star will be the Mardi
Otas steamer from Cincinnati for New Or
lean?, which ovent tukes place in the
Crescent City 8th of February next.
As the weather moderated very much
.yesterday, tho Fowler will likely attempt
to make the trip to-day. If eo she will bo
here on time at 3 p.m., and leave tu her
return trip at 4 ;30 p. in.
The Emma Etheridge, one of Uncle
Sam's boats arrived here yesterday morn
ing from tho lower Mississippi. Bud
Smedley is on hor and went up the Ohio
with her last evening.
The Andy Thum from Memphis, slmuld
report here early this morning on her
route to Cincinnati. She was due last
night but owing to heavy ice in the Mia
siesippi, she has been detained.
The Henry A. Tyler from Oscoolu, ar
rived at 4 :30 p.m., yesterday. She had a
good, trip and will leave hero aqaiu this
evening at 4 o'clock for Osceola, if the
ice don't prove too much f"r her.
Another accident ou the Wabash oc
curred yesterday morning about 15 miles
above here, near Olmsread. Thirteen
persons are reported as being woundud
two it is thought moitally. The Wabash
is achieving some reputation lor railroad
accidents. If old Jay Gould was forced to
make a few tiips on it, the road would
soon bo placed in hotter coudition.
The Boston Pilot says: "The article
known as St. Jacobs Oil stands without
O O A.. I j
X) Stove 1)
1ST ' N
8 Tinware. H
CULLOM C'APIUREU IT.
PKiNOPini-D, Jan. 11. This has been
Held day in the bouse. The session began at
9 o'clock and sat continuously until after 2
o'clock p. ni., the entire tiaie being occu
pied with the discussion of the Harrington
ineligibility reaolutioo. Tlu debate at
times was able aud in cresting and com
Mianded the close attention of a lare audi
ence, luont nr. whom were the IVu ndsof the
dill'tiient senatorial candidate.
AS ANALYSIS OP TUB ViTK
Shows that ten Rq.ubliciiis voted with the
Democrats fur tho n.-8olu'ioii, hh follows:
Messrs. Fuller of Hoone, HiuU of Dunage,
Lawrence, ParrUh, Wood "and Rook of
Cook, Met sick of St. Clair, Morrison of
Morgan, Terson of McDonough and Rogers
of Warren; that one Democrat, Mr. Quinu
of Peoria, voted with the machine Hnpub-
licaus tg linst thv resolution, and that live
Democrats Messrs. Thompson of Cuss,
Greaihouso of Calhoun, Q'Mtra of Rick
I I. and, Henry of Shelby aud Lodge of
Wiiliamsui and three Republicans
Messrs. Foster of Lojfsn, Owen of Will aud
Rankin f II-oders m wi re at n-rut or r.ot
In cfiiM'.quence of the pro'rscted svssion
of the house to-day the Republicuu sena
torial caucus wssiioi held unMl to-nieht
and resulted in the iv-ininitioii of Guv.
Culloiii. The balloting w,a us follows:
First ballot Cull m, 41; Ogletby, 2');
Ilium, 23; ILnderaon, 9; RinaWt r, 2 ; and
Pats.' in, 1.
The second b'lllot whs the 8 itno as the
first, except Ritim hnt one vo'e, which
Ogifsby gaini d.
The third li'tllot resulted in Cullom, 47;
Oglesby, 80; Ilium, 10; Henduram, 9;
Riuaker, uoue, and Payei n, 1.
Fourth Billot -Cullom, 5 1 ; 0,'lHby, 3 1 ;
Ran in, 15, and Hen derson, 9.
Ou the Hah billot Cullom rece'v.-d 50
Viti', a nvijority ot h! th? Rvp'tlilTaus
elected to th lejialattire, when chnnie
enough wtre nn lo t run it up fti6!l, aud a
mot i id was made and dnlired c.Hirind,
making it unanimous.
Ail the Republicans of the assembly were
presi-ut eicept oih', wh i was sick.
Gjv. Cullom addicssed the caucus, and
O.'lcsby, Riinu ant! Henderson were ctllci
up and swoie. allegiance to the rominop.
Tlie caucus wi a lame atltir and did not
mike its nouiiniUou until quite lato. It is
abid that eight members of the caucus will
not vote for the uouutiee. Tbii U d uiht
fill. Thet siy "a word to the wish issuffi
cimt,'' but wo think it takes about five,
"U.e Dr. Bull's Cugh Syiup." Vou can
get this article in any dru.; store for tweo
tj tive ci u's. Physicians' recommn it.
LIST OF I.KTIKKS KEMAIMMJ U.SCAul.LU
FOB IU THK POSTOPPICE AT CAIKO, ILL.,
SATL'KDAT, JAWl'AHT 13, W3.
LADIKH LIST. '
Auderson, Louisa Anduison, Geo
Bragg, Melinda Ftuncis, Ida
Gordou, Ella Giunore, BG
Hart, Maggie, Harper, Sarh
Hendricks Molley Hunter, M md
Hancnwen, Msry Kuh, Msry
Keys, Unic Muller, Alice
Puweler Veil Paruco, Kuta
Powers, Nelbe RoIIids. Mtn.
Smith, Nancy Sanders, F.l'na
Smith, Msttiu Stesv.jns, Cealt-y
Smith Msrcio, Stapi-s, L H
Schuuiberey, S Sullivan, Mui
Sittttit, CUudio TouiiBill, Euitna
Vernon, Nettie Williams, Eliza
Wakle, Martha Wells Mry A
White, Alice Quifilty, Viney.
Armstronp, N L BartoD, G. raid
Bcalaud, Francis Barten, Edd
Burrcy, Geruld Brandford, John
Browo, Johnie (,'umpbell, A W
Craig, Geo W Crandell, Jos
Covell, hI. Dtlnkord, Frank
Howling, Dine Duqcac, Charlie
Dougherty, M Evans, Jeny
Fortune, Henry Fengrry, Gen
Glc'isou, Mathew Haliins, Jhiii'S
Hentry, John Hughes, M P
Herd R.charJ Hall, Frank
Jones, Hob'i, cl Kcnuidy, E E
Leo Samt, II C McGee, Ben F
MtCann, D .1 - Nicholas, H niy
O'Brion, Z II Oliuhteait, VE
Pulley, Jarrey Randall, John R "
Rosse, Chat ke (1 Rodgars, Geo
Rmuey, G L Robinson, L M
House, Will Rsy.J.sF
Btcadmsn, Freeninu S'rong, Dr J E
Small Rudy Bchuier, Willimn
Ppights, t Thomas, Jhiium V
Tumple, J M Wi sver, Hiid
Williams, Benrd Walker. J II
Weguer, II W 2 -We. b, Simon
Y.U. W. . Weaver. Frank
Young, Frcsb.n, Ziuk.QeoF
.Persons callinz for the above meutioimd
will pleasu say advertised,
Geo. W. McKeaki. Postni t-r.
Ostend dealers have bl.'en twilight
scndinir over to the English Dt:irl:elseati
and SHiliui; them for rabbit. In a rv
nt case tho services of an anatoiLlst
were called itt for a post mortem ex
amination before the Idiutity of the sub
ject was fully established, slid It proved
to be "poor pusy" sure cn.nigh, ac
cording to tho American InUrprointlon
of the term. 8towod cat may be all well
enough as an articlo of diet, but it Is no
awenter by any other nam when It is
still known to be cat. The proper
functions of cat are to He around the
fire, bo stepped and rooked on, catch
mice, and squall at night. They are,
undtr do circumstances or rntinltlon,
wanted on the table.
Why He Paid.
A certain Miohigandor says tho Free
Press who had lonjr, succepdud in dodg
ing a certain creditor, was alow weeks
ago cornered in tho oflico of a mutual
friend, and tho creditor began:
'Sir! you have owed mo d2o for a
year pat and now I want to know what
you are goin? to do about it?"
"Well, I'll think it over."
There will bo no thinking it ovor,
my friend. If you don't pay me I'll sue
"I will, sir!"
"Then you'll bo certain to got a judg
ment. Tn? party which brin'-s the suit
always pen tho verdict before a justice.
Knowing this, vou will take ndrautnge
"Very well. Now, then, I deny tbnt
I owe you a dollar."
"I do, air, but In chsh vou want to
borrow of me for a week here it is."
"1 don't care whether you call it par
ing or lending, so long as I pot my
money," replied the creditor, and bo
mado'out a receipt In full and took the
At the end of the weok Im wa asked
to return the lo.m, but laughed at tho
absurdity of the request. Suit wns be
gun toro'cover it, the mrttual friend used
its a witness, and tho plaintiff received
judgment in his favor and Imd a clean
roo. ipt to show for tho dobt-
A Onriotiri GIocV.
A jeweler and watchmaker of Middle,
burr, Conn., hns recently cnjvitructed a
curious clock, which acts out to perfeo
lion the assassination of President G:ir-fie-ld.
Tho nia.'hine is a rnmtr.'m cuokoo
clock, under which is a miniature de
pot. At tine window is a ticket agent
dealing out tickeU, u hi! at another a
tel.'gnipl) oporator is soou busy Ht hi
work, and truckmen, porters, tntiudis
patchers, etc., art) all living h round s
natural as life All of these ligures ere
of wool, about two inchos Ion,,'. At the
end of i .ai'b hour t Lo ruck'io announces
the fact, ;,nd immediately Garli..d np
pears on tho platform im which the
scone is enacted, h.'CompaniH.l by Mr.
Blaine, (iuileau' i.-, eu to follow him.
having in it a'ij'htcd from a truok-'va-gon,
and as h hr. at th" Vr.'-ideiit the
latter fall?. Jir-.t tln-n ji train of cars
conies dashing in, and in the c.,nti,j,,n
all tho prim. ip.d ai'torr- urn carried into
tk' d.'p.it out of sight. After thn train
diKpatchcc has given ihe signal and li
train litis pine, a prucil! door at the h ft
opi'ns and a prioM appears, book in
hand, in the net of ra7,ior a fuimral ser
vice, while at the same tituM another
door at the right opens and (initivm ap
pears on the gallowi., Tho priest retires,
and shortly after the gallows disappear
with Guiieau. and the. iloors clof. ' This
is acted out nt the end of each hour and
takes about three minute.
) AN' K STATEMENT.
rcrosT or rnc coN'jirinN
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, lu the Stale nt Illinois, at the clnae of
remW 80th, 1882.
Loan and dlacounit f atl?,7 A
Oviirdraftn 1,8.6 09
U. 8. bonds to secure circula
tion M.OnO 00
t. rmudi on hand 2u) no
Other stocks, bondi and mort
Duo Iroin approved reierve
Sk'enta f H,TO7 M
Due from other National hanka 13,tt0 58
Due from Statu hanks and
baukors 60,8 7,V) as
Keal eatate, furniture and fix
tures 8a.4'0 37
Premium paid W to
Check and other cnah Items..) K.9H HI
Hills of other llnuU ls,n3l IU
Fractional paper ciirrunc',
ulckcla and pennlen SN 00
OoM. $:t.7W (HI
Hllvrr 5.W4 oO-3.Mll (SO
I.ectil Tender note KD.OOO 00 "t,m 11
Kedomptlon fund with V. .
Treamirer. (8 per cent, of cir
Due lr m I,', h. 4reaur.r,
oi her than 8 por cent, re
demption fund J,0O 00
Total . , f760,.l 78
Cspllal atnek pnld in. lilO.tW 00
Siirplun Kiind 130,iXW 00-i.l'i.O'O 00
t'mllvlili'd I'rofita 4,4',8 84
Nat1oul bank uotus outatnud
lK 4V0HO' U0
Phi. I ii i uupald i ,mo UO
IikIivj iih) ilt-.unite ouliject to
check Jtno.SSl M
DiHiiaudccrtlflcatcaordt'poili, lS.Htu M
Due toother National bauka, S,8iiS bO
Due to Stuto bauks ami
batlknra S5,7!7 S-4 .7,S: S 4.1
.Note and bill re 'lln uute.1 SJO.OoO Oil
Totai $70,I 7
Statu of I II not county of Ali'ian-W. M.
I. Th m. V. llallldav, Cj.IiI.t of Hie above uatnen
tin nk, do anlenuily awoar that Ihe above atatemunt
It trui' to tbu heat of uiy knowliutpu and belief,
Tuos. V. IUllidaT, t'aohier.
Hubai rlbed audawnrii to liotore ma this (till day
of Jan , ia;t. JI. J. I1owi.it, Notary public.
It II. rtlNNINOIUM, 1
O. I), Williamson, V Dlrc.lnr.
11. II. C'ANDKK,
HKCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of t.'tilro. llMiieto.
71 OHIO I.RVRK
CAPITAL, IB 100,000
A General Bankinir ImnineKS
TICOM. N'. II AI. I. IDA'S .
J:JTKrHTE RAVINO HANK.
RXCLUSIVBLV A SAVINGS BANK.
TItOH.'W. If AIjIjIUAY,
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles EaowN's
Iron Bitters U good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disaje, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases,
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May 7, 1880.
My health wa much anattend by
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Brown's iron Bitter, and I
scarcely had atrenath enough to at
tend to my daily Eouiehold dutit.
lam now uiing the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say 100 much in praise
of it. Mrs. Mahy E. Baihbab,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christlanaburg, Va., i8?t.
Suffering from kidney diieme,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fevtr,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron
Bitters with the happiest results.
J. Kir li MoHTAWe.
Vina St., Harritburg, Pa,
Dec. a, 1 68 1.
After trying different physiciana
and many remediaa for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I waa advised to try Brown's
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
Ilea and never found anything that
gave me so much relief.
Mrs. Jinmi Hiss.
For the pectliar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Irom
Bitters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
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