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HE DAILY - CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING; JANUARY 14, 1883.
Treaaurer T J. Kyrth.
Clerk Omul. J, Foley.
nrhl-L. H. Meyera,
HOARD Of ALD1UM
first Wsrd Wio.MeHale.T, M. Kliabrongh.
deroud Ward- Jesse Ilinkle.C. N. UaKhes.
Third Wrd-B. F. Blake, John Wood,
fourth Ward-Cuarlo 0. Patter, Adoipb 8wo-
"mi't Ward-T. W. Halllday, Ernest B. Pittlt.
Cr Hit JildUH -. J. tinker.
Circuit Clem-A. U. Irvln.
County JudueK. S Yocuin.
Couuty Clem-h. J. Humm.
County Attornuy-J. M. Darnfiwi.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker,
ahetllf John Hodtfe.
Coroner-It. Flteijerala .,.,, . A
Couuty Commuoiloiient-T. V. llallldey, J. A
(aiiiii BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
) , ;'u; priachtng first aud third Sunday, in
acb raor.'.h, 11 . -n i4 T:W u. m.: vray.r .neel-
MlfKcU OF THB KBlKKMKK-(EHlKnnil,
b Fourteenth street; Buuday 7 : a m;. Uoly
Kurb.rtfi; 9:i a. m , Sunday erh.ml ; M M a.m.,
y-irrlnc Prsvurs; H-c p. m., Bveolne; Prayer, r.
lntnpori, T. B. Hector.
must missionary baptist cuuuca
-Mi.i I. .hool 7 v p. tn R- T. J. Hhor.
I.. I or
vi IIKHIN -Thlrttdutu itreet; pri Sb-
I, bl:'' ' ; Hnnday school 2 p ra. Hev
X : '. pa"' jr
Mr TIIODInT- 'T Klblr t.d Walnut streets,
Pra-Vi.e Sabbath ra. and 7:10 p. ra.
-i h'!v v ho..! p. m. Kav. J. A. Swrett,
lhfUVlClMAN--ltl!hth street; preacnlog ub
I j-.i-baih at tl:i a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ! P'
i. . ttiiic Weui.esder at 7:3") p. m. i Smday rhol
', r m llev B Y.'ieor.t. pastor.
I .InsKPilK .Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
r m.! '.Vulout street; service HaM.ath 10:50 a.
Si;nriavK:bool at J p. m ; Veper 3p m.;
every' day at 8 a.m. Hev. O'il.ira, I rival.
w-T I'ATKh'K'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
mr-i't and Washington avenue; ferrlcoi 9ab
.mill i and in a. m ; Veier 1 p. m. Hnnday Hchool
i .. ;a. . rvKe evry da; at S a m. e. M.ti'nioti
K. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K
THtlKtllXrAhT. TRa ABurvi.
Mai! - .ViU.m MMall vM5"'2
Arcom'dntioo.ll HI a m Bxprin U :W a.tn
iKiproM :V p.m I AccnnidaHou..i:lS p m
('. St. L. N. O 11. tt. (Jackoa Rauw).
Mail :a.mtMall .. 4:p.m
Kpr" 10::ma m tKxproa U):ian
ST. L. A C. U R (Narrow Uu )
Eipre H :15 a m I SipruM - 4:3'p.m
Accom'datton. !: p ro I Accom'dallon 11:40 a ro
HT L . I.M. 8. R. R.
tKx.r-M 11:30p m tKiprcif 2:2'" l rn
WABASn. ST. LOUIS PACIFIC R'T CO
Mall A K .... S 0 vm I Mall 4 Ex.... p m
tArcom'datlon W p.m 1 1 Accom'dallon II :W a.tn
Dally except 8undy. t Dally.
MOBILE & OUIO B. R'.
.J:M a. m. I Mail . .
,,D:10 p. m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL. R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line Kunnint?
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making' Direct Connkotion
K ASTE Kn"lI N ES.
Tiuihs Lxatx Cair.j:
:i;05 n m. Mall.
ArrlvlnKln Bt. Loul:4S a m. ; CUIetgo.8.) p.m. ;
Connectiuit at Odin and KfflDKham for Cinclu
sail, Loolnvillc, Indlanapolm and point Kat.
1 1 :lO K.m. Ht. Louis and Western
Arriving In 8t. Loula 7:05 p. m., and eounectlnn
for allpointe Vot.
li.RO p.m. Fint JCxprfM.
for St. Loul and Chicago, arriving at St. LouU
10:40 p.m., and Chicago t:) !
a:5() p.m. Cincinnati Kxpre,
Arrlvinn at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.! Louiavllle tM
a m.; Indianapolis 4:09 a.m. Panoongora by
thu train reach the above point 'd to Jo
UOURS In advance of any other route.
rVThe3:6') p. m. expreaa ha PULLMAN
hLEBPINUCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho-it
changen, and through leoperto 8t. Lpni and
Fast Time East.
ilSheilrln ern point without ny dolay
cauted by Sunday intervening. Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
uornlogatlo:S5. Thlrty-tx hour in advauceof
n ol her route,
ISr-for through ticket and further information,
apply at Illlnol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A.O. HANSON, Gen. Pan. Agent. Chicago
QEOUOE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surproori.
Spaclal ultentlon paid to thfl Iforaoopathlc treat,
mnt of aitrglcal dieaea, and dlaeaoea of womiD
Office: On Uth troet, opponlto the I'ot Omce,
II. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OKFIC'K-Klglith Street, nearCumnerclal Avenuu
JR. B W. WHITLO0K,
Umoi-No, 1M CommercUl ituu, betwiaa
Mgkt'Aand Ninth tr.U
Natural fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids orartific
ial Essences. Alwayi uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
os the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and St. Louis, Mo.,
rtm.f l.opoll. T.Mt )., fir. Prl'. rai Baklaf
r.wdtr. ml ftr. Vrtm1 t.laa. PerfiiMM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRAPE CO0D8.
KW PISH AND OYSTER DEPOT.
II ati no perf'-t I mv arr.ir.spmcnti to
supply tho trdili; with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can ')w Oll'cr as Kollown: Oysters
Taki.'D From tlio Sholl Hurt- Fresh
as From tin; Gulf.
Bayou CooV S.M) per 100
' Ra.lne 1.2A
' Hailuo 7S "
Oysters In bilk fVi '
Oyster standards In can SO "
Red Snapper .inc. per lb
t'roklu , "
Sheep Head, Ac " '
Shrimp. Lob.t'ia, Cra'.s arid Turtle ail In tearon
LIHUIUI. DISCOt'NT TO TUB TRADE.
XKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEW & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth lrevt 1
Conimerctal Avcne I
PROPRIETOH OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Uealer in Lee.
ICE VY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEM
?v;KEI) FOR SHIPPING
Oai' loads a Specialty.
Cor.Twellth Street and Levee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
ON AND ATrXIl MONDAT, OOTOBER 21.
Express and Mail leaves Cairn, every day exnepl
Sunday, at 8:13 a. m. Arrives at Kast St. Louis at
3:'J0p. m ArrivusatCalroat 4:S5p. m.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. m. and do
parts at 1 :H p. m.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
H..T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N I).
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURES Of all kind furnlah.d to order, old fixture re
bronxed; Jobbing promptly attended to. Ordsra
received at Danlol Hartman's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINET11 AND TENTH BTIIBSTS,
OAtRO .... IL.U8.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
COnilKCTKD DAILY HY CHAS. CUNNING
9:H0 A. M . January 1:1, 1M.
January. l'tbruary. March. May,
Pork. vii int
Wheat... I tlh 99 4
Oats.. . W'j WS HHH d
January. I February. March. May.
Pork... t l7l!!i l17 B.' '
Whrat.. Wtii 19
Corn (UH I W,i
Oats :i 38
2 30 P. M.
Jau .ary. FubruarT. March May
Pork.... 17 5' I I7 M $17 Kit i
Wheat.. Tifi KH ,W4 1 1 OS
Corn.... 63 a 1 M 54 '4 '
Oatji.... 3lj 1 S64 88
Clilcsgo, January 13, 1SS2.
Wheat 41..II1 ai.MH
Corn 1H4.WH 2.719
Oatn 4.5 73,161
Chicago, January 13, 1843.
VHIBt.X RITI'LT or OhAIN.
Vihcat. Corn. Oat.
DuccmberiU. 21 ,U48,(il7 I 9.108.137 4 5-a,B47
Inntmry B. lKW3....91,U..r)W I S.'.l 4 4.4-j:i.H71
W, F Lahdin, river editor of 'nx IIiillxtim
and ateainboit paerjger a.;nt. OMr for all
kindsof iteamboat job printing solicited. Office
at Howor'i European Hotel, No. "i Ohio levee.
H'J'A'J E8 Or TDK RIVKR.
The river marketl by tho gauge last
evening at this port, 13 feet xrHl
1 inch and ritinc.
Cincinnati, Jan.l3-li p. in. River 14
feet 4 inches ami falling.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 130 p.m River 2 feet
6 inches aDrt falling.
Louisville, Jan. 130 p. m. River 7
feet 9 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jan. 13 0 p.m. River 13 feet
6 inched ami rising.
St. Louis, Jan. 13 -C p.m. River 4 feet
10 inches and falling.
The C I. Schenck from New Orleans is
due here this morning f.ir Cincinnati.
The Henry A. Tyler left here at 4 :30
p. m. yesterday for Osceola. She had a
The Mary Houston did not leave here for
New Orleans until C a. m. yesterday. She
had a fair trip.
The Andy Biutu from Memphis passed
up yesterday morning for Cincinnati at
4 o'clock. She had a very good trip.
The B.S. Rhea, the boss packet of the
Cumberland, will report hero to-night and
leave Monday morning at 10 o'clock on her
return trip for the Uock City.
The Vint Shiuklefrum Cincinnati is due
this evening for Memphis. Capt. M. M.
Deem has command and Col. J. D. Moore
conducts the business of the office.
Capt. Hiram Hill received a telegram
from St. Louis yesterday, saying there
would be parties to meet him here to-day
to go to the wreck of the City of Green
ville. The R. R. Springer is expected hero this
morning for New Orleans. The Sprincer
is the fleetest boat in the Ohio river and
her accommodations are unsurpassed by
Wc received a telegram from Cupt. J. H.
Fowler, stating that tho Gus Fowler would
come down to-day with the mail. She
will report here about 1 p. m. and leavo at
3 p. m. on her roturu trip to Paducah.
esterday morning was exceedingly
gloomy, dull and dark attended with con
siderable rain, but at noon the clouds began
to disperse and thu weather before dark
had got below the freezing point. River
still rising here and the wind blowing cold
from the north at 9 o'clock p. m. last
The Guiding Star from New Orleans ar
rived bore yesterday at 11 :30 a. m. She
had a fair up-stream trip and departed for
Cincinnati at noon. Among those who
took passage on her from here were- Mr.
Dunn ol Southland, Ky and his accom
plished bride, formerly Miss Haynes of tho
same aristocratic little town.
Capt. Hiram Hill has just returned from
Cincinnati where he has been to look at tho
tow boat Relief which sunk some time since
and her owner wanted to hnvo her raised
again, but tho Capt. says after carefully
exam.iu.ing the wreck he was satisfied she.
could nut bu raised unless making the
boat cost moro than she is worth by the
timo she was ready for business.
The steamer City of Greenville, one of
the best boats of tho Anchor line collided
with tho Laura Leo Thursday evening 12th
inst., about OS miles above New Orleans.
The Greenville had a valuable cargo on
board in which was 700 hogsheads of sugar
as one item. 8ho wont down shortly after
tho collision and will probaBly nroyo a
total loss. Tbo Laura Leo took her crew
and passengers on board and carried them
back to New Orleans.
Byron never uttorod truer words than
when he said, "Physicians mond or end us."
But whilo the doctors disagroe, all the
world has agreed that there is uo remedy
equal to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
New Year receptions huve revealed the
fact that there is nothing now in tho ar
rangement of tho hair. The same careless
prettiucss; tho same pretty curclfStoicsa.
The saino avoidance of sameness; tho same
freedom from doing the same things other
people do morely for tho sake of doing the
samo. No, One draws her hair back
plainly; No. Two has crimps; No. Three
has a few pulTd rising at the top; N't. Four
has this; No. Five lias that, etc., etc, There
arosomo thing, however, th tt none of the
above named numbers, nor any unnamed
numbers, can do. Through every phrase
there must ho moderation, ami the one
thing to bo done is not to do too much. I5y
moderation I mean especially a moderate
quantity of hair; better not em ugh than
superfluity. Then, again, iniheciuoof
the tdy who draws her hair back pi tiuly,
it is understood that home sort of over
shadowing fringe n.sts in fringe-like fash
ion on Iit forehead. lu some maimer or
form there must be some wavy, broktu
outline over tho brow, and here a favorite
device for those who do not wish to wtar
false fronts not to hackle their own front
hiir into fragments, ih. the circle ofseallopu
as fashionable now as ever. By far the
greater number prefer the low coil at the
back, from which occani )ttally two or three
Bhort curls may strangle. A flower or
two appended is now and then seen, but
tastes niu towards some shell, gil', j;t, or
silver ornament. The huge hair pin citch
ing the half falling eoil ; the spike thrust
in with abandon, headed by a ball or two,
a blossom, a butterfly, perhaps anything
CAtel.'Rs and at if placed without thought.
In jewelry similar ideas prevail. No
longer formal "s ti," but trifles set here,
there, anywhere, catching folds ol lace at
random, or placed at the throat in tiimh to
the linen collar that barely peeps above the
dress. Oneof the most becoming of ideas,
nevertheless, is Lnen collar, and one en
titely out of keeping with the graceful
softness belonging instintively to woman.
Happily the fashionableness of Uce pre
vents it as a necessity, and fur pinning lace
scarfs in the easy ways prevailing at pres
ent we see a brooch often doiug duty
without reference to the "set" of
which it may be a part. Not of
necessity worn at the throat, aa of
yore, but on the soulder, at the waist
or elsewhere on tbo corsage, as fancy may
incline. Ear-rings, if worn, are small and
close to the ear, but Fashion cares little for
ear-rings and usually they are ignored save
in caso of a Itrge pearl or diauioud.
An evening costume of pale green plush
and satic in Lord & Taylor's famous bay
window reveals tho fact that both these
materials tire used for full dress, a couvic
tioti that is strengthened by the sight man
inner sanctum of a superb toilette where
the front breadth of delicate blue satin
serves as a foundation to large velvet
leaves of deep shaded brown put an at
intervals. The back is princess with a flow
ing train of rich brocade where leafy col
umns in aark brown traverse a ground
work of pale bluu Batin; neck square low,
and short sleeves. Au exquisite costume
beiug made for Emily VVinaut was of
white silk having the new broad rep com.
bined with gorgeous velvet applique on
white surface. Another drees w of ruby
velvet plain and brocade, while one yet
handsomer whs a plain ruby velvet with
draperies of wide point luce, The mo
mentous question of "necks" is settled in
the mot satisfactory way by allowing dif
ferent ways. Square low, Pompadour,
heart shaped, while if you want u square
low and yet wish the neck covered, behold
a cloud of lace added with high art dex
terity. For rich goods, moreover, one
must have tho train. The round square,
that is the square train with corners rotinii
ed, is chiefly in vogue, and often so con
trived that for dancing it can be taken o!F.
Sleeves an; sleeves or not sleeves, just a
one chooses, and one can havo just as
much or little of a sleeve as ono is inclined
to, from tho slight pretence of one, amount
ing really to nothing at nil, to sleeves
reaching well down to the wrist. Of
course as tho slcuvo increases the glovo de
creases, and vice versa. Unless in a fancy
dress there is small opportunity for pretty
arms, since if you do not cover them with
silk or satin, you must with the long, loug
long kid glove, coming verily slniost to the
shoulder. One's sole refuge hero is lace,
You can havo a lace sleeve, which selves nil
the puipobee of exhibition while pretend
ing t-) concnnl. Blank lace gives an ad
mirable pretence . aud can bo worn by
ladies somewhat advanced without impro
priety, while white lace too is largely used.
13ut black lace is very becoming and there
fore a safer choice, Lccv Carter.
Capt. O'Farrell, after whom O'Farrell
avenue is named, and who is known, to
everyone in Chicago, said to ono of our
representatives: "I am only too happy to
say that I did usn St. Jacobs Oil ; my right
leg was crippled in a most awful manner
with inflammatory rheumatism, -and my
sufferings were extreme I tried moro phy
sicians tnan I care to count, and they gave
me no more case and freedom from pain
than if I did not have thorn ia attendance.
I heard about St. Jacobs Oil, used it and
wan cured. Chicago Times.
Experiments with tho telephone have
demonstrated tho fact that the letter F
louruls like S, when it comes over the
wires. The figures 37 cannot be told
from 27. This is all very well, but what
tho average inhabitant wants to know
is, what makes a "swearword" sound
u plain through the machine A man
j.m stand and yell until his breath gives
out without getting an answer, but just
as soon as bo utters a profane word a
soft, feminino voice comes gliding over
the wires ami strikes him in his right
3ar, "It's against the rules to swear
through the 'phone, whiz, bang!"
Will somebody explain P
It. is always "put up or Vat up" with
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL. HANK
t Cairo, lu tb State ot Illinois, at the clot of
lW.emIier 30th, 1832.
l.'miis ami diaeounl.... .10.7H8 f,4
U.S. bond to sociire cirntln-
tiou Tl.MM) Ot)
I'.s bun. I on hand JW 00
Other slock, uouds and muri-
IW 78.W1 f g
Due from approved rei-rve
Hue nl m.n'r; Sii
Due frotn other National bank 14,4M) &
Due from Mate bank aud
banker .' 7A-I58.SM) Rti
Ileal etatc, furniture nd fix
ture 2',, too 3:
P rein I u m paid 4i .VI
("berk and otlier. h Itcui. . 2,!) si
Hills of other Hanks "lS,31 oo
Fractional paper currency,
nlrkeUand penult1 oo
I Sold $ 10.TH7 Oo
ritlviT S.5-J4 50;ifi.:tll K)
Lewi Tender iinles. jn.iiuo no - TfUM SI
Redemption fund wilh l K.
Treasurer, (5 per tout, of cir-
Due from V. S, Ireacur r.
other than 5 per cent, re-
demp'lnn fund .... 3,610 00
T'vtai 7rm,3ia 7
( xpital stock paid in lon,oi) tin
Surplus Fund .l:0.ooo no-- ;JR(Kii 00
I'ntliviiled l'roflt J,4;g ;ij
N alional Imuk note outtnd
iuc is.oon no
Dividend, uupnld 1.IHO to
Individual deposit subject to
check $W,W1 9.1
I)emtindeertiflratofdpposlt, 15,810 W
Due to other National banks, 5,Mi8 W
Due to State bank aud
banker 35,717 3H-4."7,8:8 43
Notes and hills rc discounted S0,0u0 00
Totai f 700,3116 7
Slate of Illinois, county of Aiexaudur, ss.
I. Tho A'. Halllday, Cashier of the above named
hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and hellof.
Tho. W. Ualudat, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ftlh day
of Jan . M.J. lloWLKT, Notary public.
R. 11. Cunningham. 1
M. D. Williamson, , Director,
Notice to Tax-payers.
I will beat the following namedplates for the par
pose of cnllertlnc the revenn of A'cvsnder Comi
ty, sn l Stuo of Illinois for the yenr A.O. 1MJ. when
I Lope to meet a.l tax payers, isady to pay tb r
ta.es, anu an tnose noi able to pv all their taxe
will li.ar in miudtnatl want the personal taxe
pald.it once aud real e.tate also Ifpos.ible:
At the itore house of R. F. Curtis in Beech Ridie
Preclur.t, on Monday, January :19th, A. D. 1Hs3.
At the store house of J . M. Bowie In the
town of llodiiee' Park, in l?niiv Precinct, oa Tues
day, January 'th, A. D. D8J.
Atthestore houe of Henry Huntater In tb
town ol H induaky, I iSandtukv Precinct, on Wed
nednv Jatuary Slat. A. D. 1881
At the .tore home of Marshall AlKUSteen In th)
town of v-o tn Fico Precinct, on Thursday,
Kebni.li I it 1883.
At the rmiiluucu of N.Hnnsaker. in Lake Milli
gHU Precinct, on Monday, February Mh, A.D IS S.
A t the store houso of F. D. Atherton, In Goose
Island Precinct, on Tuesday, Feb. nth, A. D. 1883.
At the store houso of A H. Irelund lu town of
Santa Fee, In Sunta Fes J'roclnct. on Wednesday,
February 7th, A. D leS3.
At the store house of (ilhbs & lUrkhoitser in the
town of Thebes, in Thehos Precinct, on Thursday,
February Sth. A. D. 1SH8.
At (be stnrv bouse of Jasper Culley A Co., In
Clear Creek Precinct, on Friday, February 9th,
A. I). 11. '
At the store house of James Noble. In East
Capo Olrardeau Product, on Saturday, February
10th, A. D. 1HS3.
A' the tore house rf IVtor 9auo, in First Cairo
1'rnclnct, on Mondav, February l?th, A. D. 1B83.
Attheofllroof M.J. Ilowlev, In Second Cairo
rreclnct.on Tueaday, Fehrnarr 13th, A. D. lSl.
At the store house of Patrick FltiRerald, In Third
Culro Precinct, on Wednesday, February 14th, A.I).
At the storehouse of ft. F. Ort. In Fifth Cairo
Precinct, on Tkursdsy, Kehrnary lr.tn, A.D. 1881.
At Sheriff's office lu Court-house, In Fourth
Calr i rrccmcl. ou rriday, February 16th, and dur
ink' the remainder of the tuonth of February, A. D.
iss), where I hope to roont all parson, owing
taxe, rendy to settle, and save expen-
Your irulv, JOHN HODGES,
Sheriff aud ex-onlclo Collector of Alexander Co.
rjlIlK I'lTY NATIONAL BANK.
" l't 'iilro. Illiiiou.
71 OHIO LEVEB.
CAPITAL., $ 100,000
A (iencral Banking business
TltOtf. V. llAIiUIDA'S .
pNTRHPHISK SAVINii HANK.
Of Cairo. .
ECLi:SlVKLY A SAVINGS BANK.
D Stoves 1)
S Tinware. B
- A great many people are uking
what particular troubles Brown's
Iron Eittim Is good for.
It will cure Heart Diseaw, Psral.
ysis, Dropiy, Kidney Duease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative, power is .
" simply because It purines and en
riches the Hood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism,
Baltimore, Md., M y, 1880.
My health was much shattered by
Rheumatism when I commsncsd
liking Brown's Iron Bitten, and I
scarcely had strength enough to at
tend to my daily houiehola dutlei.
I am now using tnethird bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say too much in praist
of it. Mr. Masv E. Brashxas,
i 7j Prettmanit.
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chriitianiburg, Vs., iSfli.
Suffering from kidney dueate,
fiom which I could get no relief, I
tried Brown's Iron liitters, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite snd did not teem to
be abl to sat at all. I gave him Iron
Bitters with th happiest result.
J. Kill MOPTAGCE.
Vine St., Harrisburf , Pa,
Dec , iS8 1.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I was advised to try Brown's
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
tles and never found anything that
gave me so much relief.
Mrs. Jcnnii Hnss.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Iron
Bitters U invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine,
HT. K. INCE,
Manufacturer nd Dealor In
(Ith Stroe,, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
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