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CA1B0. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1883.
city Officers. t
MynrN. U. Tbitlewoo4.
Tmadurcr T J. Krth.
I lurk Denuii. J. 1'oley.
Mnrclitl-1.. Ii. Meyers,
Attorney William tleudrlcke.
HO Ul or ALDH
wtrHl Ward-Win. McHalo.T. M. Klmbroagh.
iieMiud Ward-J emu Ilmkle.C. N. U'Hjhe.
Third WerdB. F, Blaku, John W od.
FofTrtU Ward-Chart. 0. Patter, Adolph 5o
'!lnh Ward-T. W. HaUldav. Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit .liidgo-I. .linker.
rlrcnllt'lerk-A. It Irvm.
County JudguK. S Yor,u:n.
County Clera-H.J. Hum a.
County Attornoy-J. M. J"11.-
l.'ounty Treaenrer-Milc. W. Parar-t
rihuritT ,lohu ilortun.
Coroner-It Flutferiild .,, .
Cou.ilyCommWoncre-T. W. rUlUday. J.
Olbhi ami Peter HP-
(MillW II.XPI'I r.-C;1ru-r JWh ..id Poplar
lj mrctt; priachlng nret and laird Sunday iu
K,.-Urlr. a. n.. Sunday "ol ;
M-rntni: fmw, P- m- 1 rJ9r' Y
y. !). nport. S. T. H. Manor.
, ,:M MIVil'MKV BAPTIST CUlHUJj-
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freafbtnn h.Ubalb iLIMa.m, .ad 7 .HO P -j"
.W.ay .-!.". t a P- ta Kw. J. A. sr.nrruU,
iKK-PYTRKlAN -Eighth atraat ; preectoVg on
iii.'ilni VV .'iluiiedav at 7:S9p-m i 9uul,7 Scheo1
,t .1 ni. Ktv B. Y. Oeorj'. paitor.
r..l..,Kl-.l( .Roman Chone) Crwr Cro
7 ,r.d We'.r.i.l .treat.; KtvN 8bath lO.sn.
r . ; S'.udav K-l.m.l at p. m ; Ve.per. J pro.; aer
r.rvf fv, rj dt.yatBa. in. Kt. O Hara, Tr-wt.
7 pvntlrK'R-'Koman Catholic) Corner Mntl
.r.-t and WaKbluifUjn avnn; arr1cea Bab
;h : and M a m. ; V.ira $ p. K.; ;r
K.K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILMSUI9 CENTRAL K. K
cco.n daon.ll MO a m Bxpreaa -":?
I Kxiir S W P I Acoomdatloi ,4.15 p m
C ht. L. AN. 0. K. E. (Jf Vaon Bonte).
Kipra lfl:SOaniltKipr lO.fWaia
NT. L 4". K. K. (Narrow Oan
BxptcM a m I 'KipNia . F
.ccon'datlon. 1 fln p ra 1 Accomodation 11 .vi a a
HT.L . I M..K. R.
KxproM 11 :SOp.m tKxprtfia - t tn
WABA8U, 8T. LOCH A PACIFIC R'T CO.
M11 Ki.... &:mvraMall Kx.... :WP W
tAfoin'datlon Hipu I tAoeom'datloo ll:lfla m
ii.ily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO 8. R'
Mail JS: ralMall :lOp.tn.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlfo Onlv Lino Kunnius;
9 DAILY TRAINS
O From Cairo,
Making Direct Connkotion
TM." t,: ;u
ArrivHin In Ht. Lonla :& i l Cblcago.U W u rn. ;
Counting at Odin and Kmngnam lor tincm
iiil. IalavllU. Indlanapoln and point. Eat.
li lU a.m. Ht. i-iouin and Vtrn
trrivliitfln 8t. LoulaTKr. ud eounediug
for al! point. VVeat.
:vBO rt.m. FtHt Kipre..
Inrrtt. Lool. and Chicago, arriving at8t. Louti
10:40 p. rn-i anQ i-nn-niiu 1
i rr m. Cincinnati EiprfM..
... . .i...i..H.ti 1 -nn ft m T.nniairllla A:U
Arrivins ai huwuubh i-v - -.
a m.: Indlanapoll. 4:09 .m. Pa.jtenKur. by
tbi. train roacn th. above poiut. 1 10 JO
Uul Kb In advanc. 01 auy mmi rum.
... in n m Mvnraia ha. PULLMAN
KEPINOCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wltbo-it
fhMigoi.tud through .leepon to Ht. Lpot. and
Knat Time Kant.
I . niinrvAmi by thl. Iln. go througU to F.aat.
l ASSenijei S ,ru polnu wlthont ny delay
caua.d by Buuday Intorv.nlug. Th. turdy after-
noon iraiu iruiu :"
nornlag.t 10:35. ThIrty-.U hour. In adv.nwof
B othor route, ... . , .
HfKor through ticket, and rther Information.
aiip y at! 1U0 . Lnirai nauruau '
VJ J. U. JON K8, Tlckot Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Gon. Paia. Agent. Chicago
Q.E0RGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian aud Surgeon.
Special attention paid to th. Homeopathic treat
mi nt of mrglcal dlaoaee., nd dlf" f women
(lnc! tn 14th .tre.il, opponlte thu TuPt Oftm,
! W. C!, JOCFIYN,
orriuK -Bight btreet, net Comft eteial Ateiiti
J)H. R . W. WHITLOCK,
Urvios Mo. 1S6 Commercial Av.ua, hlws
Mghrj aid Ninth Btra.
Natural Fruit Flavors,
Prepared from ihe choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids orartifiC'
ial Essences. Always uniform in strtngth,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
it. Admitted by all who have used them
as the ir.ost delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
' MANUf AOTUR3D BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louie, Mo.,
tkmaf Laiiulla Tul (In.., Or. Frlr'. tn
Trmbnr, Dr. PrkV. tahi rrrHm.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE C0008.
'EW mil AND OYSTSR DEPOT.
Having no perfectel my arrangomenti to
upply tbe trde with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Off-ir as Follows: Oyster
Taken From the Shell Here Frosh
as From the lulf.
, VI Ml per 101
8a ln b
Oriter. In bilk
Oytr etandtrd. in cane .
.IOC. per ft
bbrep Head, dec ..
Shrimo.. Lob.ti a. Crae and Turtle all In leaaon
LIBEKAL, D'ttCOUNT TO THE TKADK.
" JOHN SPROAT.
TEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEH & CO..
N?";r,ti"r"Il Crtli'O 111
piinprttETOR OF RPROAT'S PATENT
Wholonalo Dealer in
ICF PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
I'' KK.D FOR ttUlFPINO
Oar Louds a Specialty.
Cor.Twelfth Street and Leree,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
u-4 axd arrsa xosrur, ooroara St.
Rinrena and Mall leavna Cairo, everv day exrppl
Sunday, at 8:15 a. ra. Arrlv.. at Kaet 8t. Loula at
8:20 p. m Arrlvua at Cairo at 4:S5 p. m.
Accommodation arrivu. at 11:4" a. ra. and do
part, at 1:00 p.m.
N K W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
rtDTVDI VVL-t TU LMDI'1.1 1VM
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX-
TURES ' "
Of all kind. furntahed to order, old flxtnree re
brousedtjohhlng promptly attended to. Order.
received at ilaniol uartman s or at tbs shop,
OOXMKUCIAL AVENUE BETWEKN
NINETFl AND TENTH STREETS,
oa. i no
CHICAGO 31 ARRET REPORT
COHRECTBD DAILY BY CHAS. CUNNINO-
(:30 A. M. Jauimry 16, lHi-3.
January. 1 rAhruary, March. May.
Pork . 1 17 45 I $17 t
Wheat... mii I 9'i 1 014.
Com.... "I rW I ti
out..... -ihij an I wH m
I Si :3B 1. M.
JannaryJ Kebruary. March. May.
Pork ... $ Ti:Vt I "
Wkoat.. r, Vs)i U)i 1 06H
C'orn.Mm 0;( . tii K
Out. aoi4 3BH
S SO P. M.
Jan iary. I Kabruarv. I March May.
Pork.... $17 k- K I l77ft llTn
Wieat.. - I HI IW)J, 1"7
Corn.... tll5 I r H 1U
Oat ViH 7S g74 1 intf
Chicago, January 16, 1331
Wheat '. 35 Wl . .74
( orn 1:8 1H lnn,7M
Oate (10,578 78,9.1
Chicago, January 16, 1885.
VHIBLI at.'FPLT Of OhAIM .
S btat. I Tom.
Decembr ;0, Hi
January 6. !;(...
V. F LaHbdik, rlrr editor of ' liULLiTm
aud tea.ubot pa4niciir a,'nt. Order, for all
klndaof ateamboat Job prmilui Jollcitod. OfMcc
at Bowe.'. European Botul. No. 7i Ohio lovse.
mOKS OF THK R1VKR.
The river marke'l by the gauge laet
ereniug t tins port, it icct ann
11 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 18 6 p. in. River 12
feet 8 inches and stationary.
ritUburgh, Jan. 168 p. m River 8 fcot
3 inches and rising.
Louisville, Jan. 160 p. in. Rivor 7
feet 2 incbus and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 16-C p.m.-River 12 feet
8 inches and stationary.
StLouia, Jan. 18 -6 p.m. Rivor 5 feet
0 inches and rising.
The Wabtsh river is frozen over solid.
The Will Kyle will bo the next boat up
from New Orleans. 8he is due to-day.
Tba new steamer Will 8. Hayi will
lear? Oriarj for Cincinnati thw
Th Jag. W. Guff will report here to.
nightor early to-morrow morning for Mem-
Tht Qui Fowler is the
this pveniog from Paducah. 8ho lonves
here on her return trip at 4:80 p. tn.
The Golden Rale is due from Cincinnati
to-morrow morning, ane wui recoive
freight here and depart for New Orleans
The Cons Millar arrived here from Mem-
phi! last evening at 9 :80. She bad an ex
cellent trip of freight aud people, die-
. .-.-.-.a a
CDftrgea l.uuu oaios 01 couoa oere ana
departed for Cincinnati early this morning
The weather has moderated very much
and yesterday the sun made it most agree
able appearance which was gladly received
as the long continued gloomy spell obscured
old Sol's bright face for several days. We
don't mind cold weather but give us sun
shine with it.
Quite s number of the fluo Anchor line
steamers are lying up here waiting for the
upper Mississippi to open up. We were
informed that the W. P. Halliday instead
of the Silver would commence weiring
freight to-day for New Orleans
When Howard wrote: "I find a pity
hangs upon his breast," the follow had
evidently a cold and hail ifot yet oeen in
formed that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup was
the ODly safe remedy.
A Base Conspiracy Defeated.
A close guess was made in a Hartford
saloon tho other day. In one partition
or money-arawcr was a large number
of pennios. Among the froquenters of
tbeplaco wits a man who was Blwaja
roauy to make a bet. It occurred, to
the proprietor of the place, who bad
Deen taKeu in a good many tlmos by the
betting man, to Iny for him. He took a
friend into his ooutidonce, aud the pair
made up their minds to beat the fellow
with the contents of the money-drawer.
So they counted the ptnuic and found
thero wore just 625 of tbeni. Then thy
laid low for their opportunity.
That evoniug tho hotting man was on
hand, and in a manner not to excite
suspicion tho saloon-keeper said to his
friend: "l woudor how many pennies
tbffro are in this drawerP"
The betting chap prickml up his cars
and remarked: "Let PBch of us put Hp
$ 5, aud the one who oonios neare.it to
the number shall take the pot."
Thin was agreed to, mid tho snloon
keepor marked 6:'4, hit friend 6J6, and
tho fellow that wns really Ignorant of
tbo number, and whom thoy expeotod
to trap, by the nierest chance nut hi
figures at 625. The astonishment of the
two sharpers wan no groater than the
wonder of tho othor at suoh remarkable
sharp guessing. After this the butting
man was boss of tho saloon. Hartford
There are 3,000 rumshops In Boston.
Donoola, III , Jan. 15, 1883.
Having stood the shock of the outgoing
and incoming, of '82 aud '83, I feel In
clined to vinit Tick Bulletin with a few
items ffom the regions round about and
The shaking of the earth solid earth
that gave Dongola such a shaking as it
never had before, has been the theme of
conversation ever since, till thieves broke
through and stole things from four differ
ent dwelling houses in town. The theme
now is, who were they? A Misenhimer's
house, was gone through, an ovorcoat and
other valuables taken. Dr. A. G. Wil
liams' houae was entered and a watch and
pantaloons takfn. Mr. Holshouwrs dwell
ing was entered, and his ves, pocket
change, and other things taken. It is re
markably strange that, a well organized
band of snouk thiuves, can live m a srnull
town like Dongola, making raids nearly
every motth in the ytar, (in etoas and
dwellings, and escnpo being caught,
Tint there is more than one screw loose, is
beyond periDventure. "Tramps did it,
is the cry, when fully half tbo town knew
that it is Talep,. The thieves ire of our
citizens, and it is apparent to auy ii.nitlu
person tbit, if our authorities would tt!,e
proper steps, this thieving could be 'tup
ped by catching the scoundrels.
Since the holidays, business haa quieted
down, so as 'to biing forth the rnnark,
"times are dull". This perhaps is true
in reference to trwie; out u tirnei are
dull, they are also easy. No one need
suffer, when money and all the products of
the earth abound.
Tlwe thieves wo Imvo among tin dmi't
break through and steal bueauau they aie
much in neeo. They nm-n steal jiw to
keep in practice, and to iniiit; rome
The Dongola hunting club, have their
guns in go id order, aud at their meeting
last week, "Ailctno Junes," II. Eddie-
luau, wiia voted the belt tor cliampinn
'ehutist," he having picked a snowbird on
the wing, and a rabbit on the run, all be
fore he came to a "rest arms." The club
after killing legions of rabbits, report that
seemingly, they are on the increase,
Mis. Trim being a lover of baked rabbit,
told her "Renedict to jine" the hunting
Club. She said "with your natural ability,
and a poodorous double-barrel shut-gun
on yittTs-.uuller, you will make a splendid
hunter? utid furthermore she eaid, "if you
will hunt more "you will quit, thinking
aboutcompul" Oh, hold on; I prom-
ited to never, uo never, s i) more on that
subject. Her '"Benedict" jined aud
hunted one whole day, but without suc
cess. So at ttie last uieetiucr ol the club,
he weut on 1 "uojinod," aud when lnj came
homo be said, I uon't likti the way people
are keeping their childrou from school, so
I will urge "compul " oh, I forgot;
well, 1 didn't get the suuteuce complete.
What a wonder it is tt some people's
sensibilities lie so near the surface and
their brain so ponderous, Oh, my.
Thk business manager of the Lcadvillc,
(Col.) Chronicle, Mr. Mark. L. Goldenburg,
says that he has the highest conndetioe in
St. Jacobs Oil, and believes il a splendid
specific for rheumatism.
Large ToEsil Bones and Fotrifisd Logs,
A gentleman who is exploring the
wilds of Montf.ca and Idaho, writes that
not far from Outer's batlle-grouud, on
the Little Horn liver, is a place where
are to be found regular drills of petri
fied wood and bones of extinct animals.
There are to bo seen great numbers of
potriliod logs, with one end burled in
the side of tlio blurt", acd tho other pro
Inidlug out and breaking off In blocks.
He says: "Some of those ' aro throe fotit
in diameter, with each year's growth
plainly visible in the grain. In the same
bluff are tiioks of the Megatherium as
large around as a man's body, which
are likou is-' Imbedded at one end, break
lug off into bloeksnt the other. Tho
porous inniili) uiidcTthe enameled sur
face is unmistakable proof that they are
bones. Roth thu trees and tusks are an
blaek il oonl at the exposed ends, but
Ijrsy lu color whore covored hy the hill,"
Virginia (AYv.) EnUrprite.
Twenty-five sons of Nova Sootla
farmers, tired of Humdrum agriculture
and desirous of adventiire.Hnade a con
tract to go to Mexico to work in a silv.
ermine, They wore promised good
nay, comfortable board, and all the
known safeguards ngnliiHt accidents In
the mines. After a Wno-back journey
of 825 miles from KI Paso, lu which
I hey were menaoed nil the way by In
dis ii, they arrived nt fusiliiiHtehie. n
ininiug village which failed uitorly to
natiufy tho promise. The board cou
Muted of wretched faro In rootles ndobe
pens, aud the ruino was so dangerous
that the natives would nuf w ork in it.
The shaft was 60s) feet deep, and the
decent had to be made on a Mexican
ladder, which is merely a uotohod pole,
or In tho bullock skins In which tho '
Qiiitrtz was raised by ropes, ' The Nora
Scotlaus refused to work, and were Im
prisoned for breaking their contract,
Then they escaped, bnt were overtaken
by $ military company, and two were
killed. At tno eud of a year and a half
of hardships they havo boon released,
nd are bow on tholr way noma
Tho mouthpiece of tho telephone may
be perfectly respectable, but (here artt a
great many things said against It,
A Oloak as & Onrer.
"14 your ma sick ajain?"
'0,'no, nm U healthy rnough now she
hni got it new fur-liued rionk. She
pla'd i'iii-iuiijiliiiii on pa, and
coiigh il. and mad.'! pa In-'lmve she
cotil'lu't live, und .'nt tlie. duet.ir to pro-.
Huribo a fiir-liin il in-nLtr, mid pa went
nnd got one, Mini ma li.is improved aw
fully. II r ruiirii ha." nil g" nnd she
tail' now a!l, ten mil.'.i," -',.(' i Sun.
SlihiwaHsee county, Michigan, has a
coal-bearing territory of about 25,000
acres, nnd veins ranging from throe to
six feet in thickness are found all
through the central, northern and east
ern part of the county. Large fortunes,
evidently, await iiidiviiliiifs who will
go there aud pick up tho claims.
REPORT OF TOE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, lu the State ol Illluole, at the tl(n of
December 80th, 1882.
Loan, and dlarount. t 341.7C4 4
Oral-draft 1, its 09
L . a. bond, to loenr. clrcala
tlnn so.noo oe
V. . bond, on hand ISO 00
Other atockr, bond, ana inon
Due from approved reserve
agent $ UI.W M
Due from other National bank. ia,4(K) U
Due from Btale banka aud
baukere !0,"-l ,:.-lM,ro KB
Real ealate, furniture aud fix
ture. - i-Vt'OX
Premium, paid 44 10
(.'bock, andotberca.b lleina. ) ii.PM M
Bllla of other Banka 18,:il i)
Fractional p;ir currency,
ntrkeleand pennlea :',M) o
Gold 10,787 Oil
Silver 5,SK4 S0-:XI.11 W
Lneul Tuuder note....; -40.i)0 no - 18. WH )l
li'Memtulou fuud with I. S.
Treaurcr, (5 pr rent, of cir
Due from I'. M. Irra.ur r,
other tlmu S per cent, rn
d mptton fund 2,SiO 00
Total ' $;tn,.i;ij 7
Capital aiock paid in j ll),imn to
Hurrlu. Fund ISn.eno ra;-.ni o no
Undivided Proflta 4.4TS 8J
National hank notea outetand-
U( 4SK)0 on
Dividend nupatd 3, mo "0
Individual depoatt. aubjact to
check siOO.Ml P.1
Demand certtneatea of depoalt, ls.gli) ii
Du. toother National bank, tad dm
Due to hiale bank and
banker. a,77 S--I47,IM 4S
Notea aud bill, re dlacnunted 10,04 SO
Total $:W,M 7
State of Illtnoie. connty of Alexander, e.
I.Thoe. A. Halltday.CaahlHrof (he above namea
bank, do .olrmnly awear that the above etatenient
I. true to the beat of my knowledge and belief.
Toe. W. IUllipat, Caahmr.
(Snbacrtbed and .worn to btlore me thl (tih day
of Jau , 1SX3. M. J. Uowut, Notary public.
R. H. Cu.jiimiH a, i
U. D. Wu.LUMao!, VDItertore.
a. II. I'AKDEK. I
Notice to Tax-payers.
I will beat the following natnartpla' ee for the tor
pose of collertlue the reveuu- auf Alexander Conu
ty, and sun of lilmni. for the year A.D. lit:, when
I hope to meet all ta payert, leady to pay the r
tnxee, and all those not able to py all their taxe.
will b ar iu m ud tbat 1 want th pereonal tax.,
paid at once and real e.tuto al.o Ifpon-lble:
At ttie e ion- boure of B. F. Curtl. to B ch Ridge
Pieclnct, on Monday, January J9tb, A D. ti.
At the .tore home ol J. Al. Bowie. In th.
town of Uodten' Park. In Unltr Precinct, on Taea-
day, January H"tb, A. D. USi.
Attn. tote ii'iu.e of Henry Hunaa'tr In th.
town ni Hi.dualty, l , Sanduakv l'rucinct, on Wed-LonW-
.hiLuary .Slut, A. 0. .884
At the atore home of Mar.hnll Anguateen In the
town of ' ' in Klco Precinct, on Ihurad.i,
Februm ' ' 1883.
At tho r, Biuoum of fs. Bnn.aker. tn Lake MUM-
gan Precinct, on Monday, Fabrnar) Mb, A.D IS S,
a i me nore nouae or r. u, Atuerton, in ooiae
laland Free net, n Tne.uay, Feb. flth, A. D. 1883.
At the etore home of A II. Ireland In town of
Panta Keo, in Santa Fe Precinct, on Wedno.day,
February 7ih, A. 1) If S3.
At.tbe eioro boiue of (llhb. & Barkhoueer tn tb.
town of Tbebe., In Thebe Pr.elnet, on Tbnr.dy,
February 8th. A. D. !W.
At Hi. at re boua. of Jaoer Culley Co.,tn
Clear Croek Prcctnct, on Friday, February 9th,
A. D. ISA. . -
At the .tor. houie of Jaxno. Xobl. , in Eait
Cape Glrardean Pr.elnet, on SatorrJay, F.brngrr
lOtb.A. D. 1883.
A' the (tore bom. ct Peter Bano, In Fir it Cairo
Preoinct. on MoDdav, February 12tu, A. D 1881.
Atth.offlcoof M.J. Ilovrlev, tn Second Cairo
Precinct, on Taeaday, February 13tb, A. D. 1881.
At the store lioua of Patrick Fltigerald, tn Third
CMro Preclcc on Wednetday, February Hth.A.D.
At the etore boar-, of 0. F. Ort. In Fifth Cairo
Precinct, on Ttur'day. February IStn, A. D. 188 1.
At Hhenff'. office tn Cnnrt-hou.., In ' Fourth
Cairo Precinct, on Friday, February 16th, and dur
ing the roroalnder of tb. month of Febrnary, A. I).
i8?l. where 1 hope to meet ill p.raon., owing
taxe, reudy to a.ntlo and lave evponae.
Your, truly, JOHN HODGES,
Sheriff and ex-OfflcIo Collector of Alexander Co.
rpiIKHTY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Ultnciei.
71 OHIO LRVER.
CAPITA I.. 6100,000
A General Banking Inilne-H
IIIOH. W. II A I, I A OA .
pHTKKI'KISK HAVINti HANK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCLfSIVKLt A SAVINGS JUNK.
- . C O A. JL
1 ) Stoves I )
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' N " N
8 Tinware. B
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Brown's
IapN Bitjeju Is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Parol
jriis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases,
Itl 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 j, tSSo.
My health wa much fnltrd by
Rbtumatiara whta I'coinAeoeed
taking Brown'a Iron Bitten, and t
acarcily bad atrtngth enough to at
tend to soy dally household dutita.
I am now uaing in third bottle and
am regaining atrtngth rUily, and I
chearruily reootnmead it to all,
I cannot My too much In pralit
of It. Mr. Mam E. BKASHiaa,
. t ;s rmtmenit,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chhitianiburg, Va., tl8i.
Suffering from kidney diataic,
from which I could grt no relief, I
tried Brown'a Iroa Bitten, which
cured m completily. A child of
mine, rtcovoring from acarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not teem to
be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron
Bitten with the happiest reaulta.
J. Kyl MoKTAOia.
Vine St., Hirriitiurg, Pa.
Dec a, lis i.
After trying different phyriciant
and many remedies for palpitation
of th heart without receiving any
benefit, I wa adviaed to try Brows'
Iron Bitters. 1 have used two bot
tle and never (bund anything thai
gave to much relitC
Mr. jxNHII Httt.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are ubjel, Brown's Iroh
Bitters U invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
Mann rrturtr and Dna'er In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMCXITIOS.
Safo. Rejatrod. All Kind, ol Kev. Made.
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