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THE DAILY CAIRO' BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1883.
Trimiuror T J. Kwrth.
Clerk Dentil. J , f'oley.
Counselor--Wm. b. Gilbert.
Mambal-L. H. Meyers,
BOAM or ALDIRHMJf
Ktr.t Ward-Win.McHale.T. Si. Klmbmucn.
Sc-ond Ward-Jesse Kinkle, C. !. Hughe.
Third Werd-B. P, Make. John Wood.
Fourth Wad-CharU 0. Patter, Adoiph bwo-
j0Kifi"h Ward-T. W, Hallldav. Krne.t B. Petttt.
Ciri.nii -Indue W.I. linker.
Circuit C!erk-A. H Itvln.
Comity Judge it. Si Vocmo.
Ccuuty Clera . J. Ilumm.
County Attorney J - M. Damrun.
County Treas irer-Mll.ie W. Parkwr.
;or..ucr--K Pitagerala .
County Coniinlmlouors-T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Utbhs nd Peter aup.
V7 trt" - L
rnoUi.Il, It ft ' " r ,
. ra-,r.d.y.7:.p. -Jf fe1'',
C KV.ric-.otb st-eot; Sunday T :e; a in.. Holy
KuV'rtrt; .. Sunday .:buol; 1.0 J a -m..
yori.tiii Prverl 'Wi. n., K'noliiglrayara. r
p. ..-i:vort. T. B. ;."'
rjCT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUChCf.--
l l-r. U at a... 8 p. m....d ?!.
I l U'KltAN-Thlrti-euth irt; n-rvti.ee oab
1 4 Wh 1 t'V a m.; buoday cboolJp m. Uv
MF.THoDlrVT-Cor. K'.glitr- and WeJnot eifreU,
I'raMhir. Saabatn .1:0). a. u ljj K
M.ud M.n..o! at S:") p. 0. Uv J. A. r'-irW.t,
I 1UHYTKKIAN -Klghtb tret; pM-actlag on
l babhatb .1 11:00 a. m. and 7:S0 p. m.: Prater
u."s Aodueidaj. at 7;0p.m.; saudsy School
,i H- m. Krv B T.Uori, panor.
. T Jnsi.l'll -.llouien Catholic) (orner Cro,
h'anu w.li.m .trve.; service, .abbatli Mia.
n. ; Hmidiy fcchnol it i p. ra. ; Ve.pera 3 p. m. : er
nr.L.erj oayaiia. m. hof. 0 Han. Priwt.
r-T 'TKIi K-'Koroao CatbollejCoruur 'lr.th
O s-ri-et aud Waahlnirtun aTanaa; ai'rntei Sab
oat), aud 10 a. m.; Ve.prt S p.
t p. m. lorvia, Try day at 8 a. m. Pef . M Wfreou
R. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H.
(; hr L. its. O. R. R. (Jackion Konta).
tMatl 4:a.m'tMatl :)P ra
Eipreo. lO-.SOarohKxpreM Kityiam
tAr'ioodillou :yp.m I
ST. It, C. R. K (Narrow Oaia 1
Ei.r A:1S a.m I Kipri 4 p.m
Accooj'datloa. V0 p.m I Ancom'dattob lt; n
BT.L ., I.M. 4. R.
tRiprein U:30p.m tKiprwa 5:W t to
WABASH, BT. LOUW PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mall A Kx .... 6:H).mMallA Ex....:0p
Arom'daUon:)p.n 1 1 AMom'datloo M;W a.m
Daiiy eipi Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE A 0I1I0 B. R.
Mall J:iS . m. I Majl...-.....-.lO p. m.
LLIKOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
T O -
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Oulv Line llunnintc
0 DAILY TRAINS
O From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
toanicitaB t Odin and KftHnsunB Cincin
nati, LoiitivtUo. Indianapoha and puinti Boat.
1 1 : lO a.m. t. louin nnd Western
Arrlrlncln 8t. LoaU7Wp. m., aud eonuKttui
(r all poirtti Vt'aat..
3.0O p.m. Ft KipreM
nr8t. Loula and Chlcaeo, arriving atHt. I-onl
K):0 p.m., and Chicago 7:) a.m.
;i:00 p.m. Cincinnati K.preii.
ArrWlns at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.! LounvUla 6:56
a in." Imllnnapolla 4;05 a.m. Paaaennwri by
Ihia tralu reach the above point IU to 3ti
lioChti In auvauta of auy other routa.
tTTheJ:i) p. m. eipraM hat PULLMAN
bLKKPlNOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoit
r.liannoi, and through ileopera to Ht. LQH nd
Fast Time East.
1 llisSeilJjeiS rn point without any delay
raunad by 8'uudar Intnrvenlng. Tha Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In uew Yo'k Monday
nortilng at lu:5. TUIrty-aLi hoar lu idvanceof
nv othnr ruun, ... . .
IV Kor through ticket and further Information,
aptly at Illlnol Central Railroad Dpoi, Cairo.
Fl J. U, JON KK, Tlcawt Agent.
A . H . D AN90N, Qan . Pao. AgBti. Chlcaio
Q.E01WB U. LEACH, M. I).
Plivrtioian and Surgeon.
Hpnr.lat allentlon paid to the Homeopathic traat
munt of eurglr.al dlteanoe, and ale'o f women
omoet On Hth elTunt, oppoilte tba Tott Oflico,
U W. 0. JOCFLYN,
DKKICK-Blghtk Blrvel, near Commercial A venna
pU. E W. WHITLOCK,
omoa No. 1M Oomtnartlal Avenua, batweea
Mlhl'iand Ninth Htmto
Whil$ othtr Baking Powdort art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
kae been kept unchanged in all it original
purity and etrengih. The beet evidence of
ite safety and effectiveness it the fact of
It; f ing received the highest teetlmoni
ale from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who hare analyzed it, fret
ite introduction to the present timt. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louia, Mo.,
ImtuMrin t l.tlli Twt tail, Dr. PrlM'f ftpMUl
ftH.f Utt.., m Dr. Prlm'i C.l... fwOii.
JJEW FISH AND OVSTBR PEPOr.
Hating now perfect! mr arr(ine)iDDt to
aupply tb trde Ith
OYSTERS AX D FISH,
I Can Now Otfjr as Folluwi: OjBter
Takeu From the Slicll Huie Frsb
sa From Uit: Gulf.
Bavou Cooke ,
Oyiter In bilk ..! ,
Oytr. ttandtrd, la ciu,
W per V
... 7S "
Hed Hnappcr 10c. pr I
Bheep Hid, 4c
Shrtmn. Lob.t'i. t'ras and Tnrtten a'l lp seaion
LIBEIUL DISCOL'XT TO TUS TRADE.
JsTKW YORK STORK,
WIIOI.ESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stm-U
IN THE Qi Y.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1KH fc CO..
jor. Nineteenth Itreot I Pnirn Til
Cominrcll Aveot. lttlfU 111
PROrRIETOH OF SPROAT 8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
tCF PY THE CAR LOAD OR TOX.WELL
'':KEU FOR BHIPriNO
Onr Loads a Specialty.
Cor.TwelHb Street and Levee,
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
oNiNDAiran momdit, ooroBEa 3J.
Expres and Mall leave Cairo, everr day except
Sii'xlay, at 8:15 a. m. Arnv.i at Eeet St. Louie t
8:J0p.m Arrive at Cairo at 4 :W p. m.
Accommodation iirlvua at 11:40 a. m. and do
part atI;iK) p m.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
ll. T. GEROULD AND
C. P. NEWLA N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
TUBES Of all klndsfurnUhed to order, old fixture re
bronied; Jobbing promptly attended to. Orders
recolrad at Daniel Uartman'i or at tha (hop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETH AND TENTH STREETS,
OAIH.O .... It,t4. '
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY UY CJIA8. Cl'NSISO-
9:30 A. U. January 17, M
January. February. March. lay.
Pork..... Jll7"fiiH-177"77 "
Whoat... 1 (0 1 01 1 COM
Corn.... dfi 551 MX
Oat.. . I SHi, 89tf
Vl:W P. 11.
January. Febroary. March. May.
Pork ... I I if 8 I17WU "
What.. 1 t 1 01 1 TBS
Cora...... 6U lt ft,)'.
Dm yy, 8?h n
t i) P. M.
Jau'iarr. I Knhmarv. I M.rch May.
Pork.... fifHo $17 "!X I
Wheat.. 1 on i oi', I 1 01 J oi h
Corn... tH'4 OH tX
O.t..... 8? 88' 30 I ws
Chicago, January 17, 183a. (
... ai.sm jh.511
.. lfil.9- l,('(l'
... M.075 WM
(tilK IN ITOBE IN CHICAOO.
Chicago, January 17 188'1.
Wheat 5.3H .616. Corn 2.828,490 Oat 1,54,M1
W. F .Vxiiri. rivr eiiorof ,'ns nci-LETia
and aieaubott paongor aunt. Order for a!)
klndsof steamboat Job printing aoilcltod. Ofllr
at Bower' European Hotol. No, TiOhlo lave.
HTAQESOF THE BIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge lait
evening at this port, 13 ftct nd
8 inches aud rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 17 (3 p. in. River U
feet 4 inches and risiog.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 178 p.m River 4 feet
10 inches nnd rising.
Louisville, Jan. 170 p. m. Rivjr 7
feet 2 inches and stationary.
Nashville, Jan. 17 - p.m. -River 18 feet
9 inches and rising.
St. Ivinis, Jan. 176 p.m. River 5 fet
2 inches and rising.
Business dull throughout the city yes
The Vint Shinkle leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati.
The Paducth papers are still comment
ing on the Will Kyle's fine toned whistle.
Newton Pell, an old Ohio aud Slissisaippi
river pilot, arrived here last evening on a
The Gus Fowler frcm Paducah will re
port here this evenicg at 2 :30 and leave on
ber return at 4:80.
The Golden Rule will receive freight
and passengers here to'dav for New Or
leans. She leaves this evening.
The Will Kyle is behind time and will
surely report here this morning for Cin
cinnati. She has a good trip from New
The Henry A.Tyler left hero for Osceola
last evening at 4:80. Shu had one of the
best trips from here both of freight and
people since she entered the trade.
The Annio P. Silver dropped down to
the warehouse yesterday morning prepar
atory to reo tiving freight for New Orleans.
She will load here and leave Saturday
The James W. Gatf arrived here last
night with a fair trip, added considerable
freight and a good many passengers and
departed for Memphis at 2 o'clock this
Among the prominent pilots who are
now here enjoying a short vacation we
noticed yesterday Bud Sincdley, Geo.
Farnewortb, Angelo McBride, Stephen
McBride, and Newt Pell. Boys as soon as
the river opens up we hopo you will all
have good jobs at fat salaries.
The canal at Louisville is still frozen up
and navigation said to bo suspended from
there to Cincinnati. The weather bulletin
reported 17 degrees below roro at Bis
marck. Look out for more cold weather.
It commenced turuicg cold hero last even
ing about 1 o'clock and gradually increas
ed up to the hour of going to press.
We notice that Mr. Jkb. Smith of the
firm of Smith, Bondurant Co., wholesale
grocers of Paducah, has acceptod a call
from some warm supporters to become a
candidate for Mayor of the city of Padu
cah. Mr. Smith will make a strong race
but Charley Reed, the present Mayor, who
so ably filled the positiou tor the past year
will most assuredly receive an indorse
ment in March, when the cloction comes
off, sufficiently strong to allow Capt. Jim
Smith to givo his individual attention to
the grocery business, in which ho has beon
so successful. There are at least 30 votes
in Cairo for you, Charley; when the time
comes (the boys will all be up to the rack.)
It must, have been a terriblo stato of
affairs, that caused the Psalmist to ask:
''Who can stand before his cold?" In his
day. the remedies were few and doubtful ;
how much happier should this generation
be, that has a household rrnnedy, Dr. Bull's
Cough Byrup; so wonderful has been its
cure that millions rise up and eall it
THE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS PENI
TENTIARY. Hpirta PUIudealer.
It is the duty of every uewapapor to
criticise the mal-administratiou of impor
tant public offices, and t special ly should
this be the case when the offices are hold
by men of its own party. Our reuders
have already found out from preceding
article! that there is something radically
wrong with the management ot the South
era Illinois Penitentiary. The fact
that thj warden hs violated the
statutes of tho State by absenting
himself while the deputy warden was ab
sent, has been shown and cannot bu dis
puted. It bus beeu shown that Warden
Sit'-rjias been absent a gre?tt deal of the
time, traveling on tree passes, au.i yet cash
ing bills for his traveling and other expen
ses; wlifch are pai i by the State. It bus
been nhjw i that the purchusiug agent
stems to be unable to be uunble to tell ut
any tinio the relative prico of ataplo arti
cles in St. L uis aud Chicago, and tint nini.y
of the articles which he buys were bought .it
very high prices. The smie purchasing
agent is well known iu every pool room
and on every race-track is a prominent
"eport," and is a heavy bttt-.r. Ho is a
well known figure on Vhngein St. Lotus,
and-is better scquainted with the pr.cn of
wheat at any given time tlnn lui is with
price iT articles ued at ti e prisou. Otir
readers remember the ludicrous at empt
the purch isiug ageut made to frighten iff
Fred Hunt when he lectured at this city.
His scheme did not wo'k, but returned,
like a boomerang, striking his own head.
Ho feared that Hunt would make revela
tions that would not only ruin his Chirac
ter, but would cause his immediate n
moval from the t'flke which he ho'ds. IIo
has already caused sensible people to le
como diiusted with the management of
the prison, but although the wur Jen kuo'xs
be is incompetent and inflt for the posi
tion, he rttaius' him in his place. As
long as men of such character retaiu im
portant positions and have tho power of
disbursing the stute funds, the peopie will
be auspicious f the institution which they
The warden of tho Southern Illinois
Penitentiary scud out glowiug statements
about what contractors are paying for con
vict labor, aud about how large a revenue
is coining into the prison, aud yet at the
close of the year a serious deficit is found
which be cannot explain. There is no such
deficit fouud on the books of the Southern
Illinois Instne Asylum, although the pa
tients there cmnot be put at productive
labor. There is no su :h deficit found on
the bookfbf the State Institutions of L'Mi n
ing. Why, the.), should there be such a
deficit on tho books of tha Southern Illinois
Peniteutiary, which is supposed to be a
We insist upon it tint th mismanage
ment of mu Important Stttu institution
should not remain unnoticed. The char
ges brought against tho Southern Illinois
Penitenti try must ba answered, or tha peo
ple will demand that thu tnsn tgetnent be
changed. Tho latter altern-uive it proba
bly near at hand.
PitorES8.R R )bert Odium, of Welling
ton, D. C was cured of severe rheumatism
by St. Jiwbs Oil, the Grtjat Germsn lioiu
edy. NEWS NOTES.
The Illinois state grange 1 is in session
A aii-foot vein of coal, has bwn struck
at Medora, 111.
Thhe Illinois Tilemakers' association
met Tuesday at Springfield.
Stephen W. Dorsey has resigned the
Secretaryship of the National Republican
Bismarck is opposed to allowing Ger
mans to return to Germany after having
been naturalized as American citizens.
Two indictments have been found against
persons charged with corruptly endeavor
ing to influence a star-route juror.
The crown princess of Germany doolinod
to rocoivo presents at ber silver wedding,
but recommended that friotids spend their
money tor tho flood sufferers.
Geo. Schiller, Ipsboh of the Newhall
hoiixo bar-room, has been arrested on sus
picion of having started the fire. Soveral
moie bodies were recovered , Tuesday.
A contract was closed Tuesday for the
construction of an elevator, warohouno and
mill in East St. Louis. The mill is to have
a cap tcity of 5,000 barrels of flour daily.
J. B. M. Kohlor Is at the head of the enter
prise. A manifesto issued by Prince Napoleon
was published by the Taris Figtro and also
placarded. The Prince was arrestod and
the newspaper soizad. The action of the
government was sustained by theohambor.
The Prince says he issued the proclamation
because everything is going wrong in
An Instrument that wnt a bullet
through nu inch door uud Into aliHiplng
Infant s body, Hurloualy eridimgurlog the
; lift of the little one, Is upokeu of by New
Orleans pttpeis M a Mty p1ntol.
One of the be-.t of tlm ihmiMc.iI dia
tribes (liroeti d ngiiiiint tlm walu was
fi-nin the pen of Sir W. Elford'n friend,
Sir II. Ki.gleliel.l.
"V.'lmt! thn eli l I it'll rc 1j- mini her ttiilirniivl?
Wi'nt! ilin l-H I in il her breaih ttl:ull another
. num iiisii '
V imi : pn . in the il, men i,r miotlior man's
What: pin)' Mm ncilnium mint her than nn.-T
P'1, 'h'' jc'.i ": ini hu; nii'nMl I mm I ho
(l MJ'1 ItH ttl'M li u-:
Fremiti mu liinl ynu've shaken tho trcniu
ln ii'- :
Wleti vim Mi tdiii-li'il run may tnko. Pretty
i itt. y.v-i a l.iiii :"
It. is estimated that every brick in a
building at Winnipeg", now in progress,
will cost 10 emits.
Out of 'J,Gi'7.02J I'listere I lettorajuul
nnel.a.'.'os carried iiinl year by the rost
biVu-K D'-pM.'uent "'.'0 w.-re lost.
RKI'OUT OK TUff i'ONDITI'tN
CIT V NATIONAL, HANK
a Cslro, lu the Htme ot Illlnol,, ai the i-lom nf
Iiocoinber 80th. I82.
I.oi u and ill':otint HttJ A M
Oviirdraft. l,;iM 09
U. 8. bond to secure circnit-
tlou jn.OOO 00
U.iS hotida on band.. 1,0 00
Other itocli, bond, and raort-
Due from approved reeerve
Cents t I.1" M
Due from other Sitlonal bDk. :i,in0 js
One from Stale hank and
banker if,V l -i;y f
KoRieaiate, fumltnre and 81-
tnre V,i O T,
Premium paid s 50
Check anil other rnu liuni. $ i,9 U I
Bill of other Dank 1,"11 m
Friwtloriai paper rurreurv,
ulrkeltand penule. Mi) On
ooid frm.re; o
Silver S,WI so aH.MII sn
I.oeal Tender note w.iaueo- 7,W Jl
Redumption Pind with U. .
Troaiirr, (5 per cnt. of cir
Due tri m I'. H. Treirurer,
oilier tbmi 5 per cunt, re-d'-mpilon
fund 4,0-10 00
Total - STOOLS
Capital itock paid in.- g lm.Oftt (irt
rurplu Fund ......130.UOO OAi-2:i'',oon no
ruillvtded Profit 4,478 M
National bank note, out, laud-
lug 4S.IH10 no
lvlili!iid, unpaid S.Oin A
Individual depoalt tubject to
check A400.AH1 to
I Demand ccrtlflcsteiofdeposit, 15.810 W
uueiootner Mtional bank. b,8t8 bo
Due to State bank and
banker s,7P7 8-:7.HM 43
N'oiui and bill re dl.Ciiiutel 1,0 O O)
Total. t run :m ?s
8taieof Illlnol county of Aloiatnler, .
I. Thou. A'. Ualltdav, Caahlvrof the above named
bank, do lok-mnly nwear that the above tatinimt
la uuu m the beet of my kuowli'df;o and belief.
lHoa. v . tt AixiDAT, Lantiinr.
Hub.crlhed and .worn to botors me thl th 'flay
or Jan , ltKi3. M. J. UoWLit, Notary public.
K H. CnxxisoiuK, I
U. D. WuxiAiiaoy, VDIrentnr.
Notico to Tax-payora.
I will beat the fol owing DimCpla. e, for the tor
poe of ci'iioi tin i the ruveuu a of Alextnd -i Coun
ty, ann mate of Iil nnl. for the year A.D. ItH.', when
I hope to meet a l tai-p,yers, leadvio pay the r
Ux, and all tho.e not siile to p.y 'all their taxes
will b ar in m ml toat I want the peroonal Hie
paldat once and real e.tate also lfpo-ible:
At the store hours of B. K. Cur'l in B-ch Ride
Precinct, on Monday, January ith, A D. JSsJ.
At the atore house ot J, SI. Bowie in the
town of Uodt' Park, lu Cnliv Precinct, on Toe
day. January H tb.A. D. Mi.
Atihe.iuiii h mne of Henry Hurnmr In tha
town etS i',du,ky,t iSanduskv Precinct, on Wed
nenlav Jamary Slat, A. 1). ,KS
At tho .tore home of Martlull AQRUtteen la tha
town f i-i Klro Precinct, on Inuriday,
Kabrua.j i M. 1831.
At tha n-sioouce of N.Ounaaker, In Lake Milli
on Precinct, on Monday, February Pth, A.I) 18 i.
a t the dor house ot F. D. AtUerton, In Goose
Uland Prec nct, rn Tnesnav. Feb Stb, A. D. 1883.
At the ttore houae of A li. Ireland In town of
Santa ree, In Mots Fe Precinct, on V(ln,d,
February 7th, A. D l'S.S.
At the core home of Ulhb, A BarkhoJsur In the
town of Thabo, In Thlie Precluct, on TUundav.
February 81b. A. D. ISW.
At th t r homo of Jimier Oailey Co,, In
Clear Creek Precinct, on Friday, February Bth,
At the etore hnna of Jamn Hotila, in Cast
Cape Girardeau Precinct, on Saturday, febrnarv
10th. A, D. 1883.
A 1 the itore house f f IVer 9anu, In First Cairo
l'reoinct. on Mondav,'Fehrury ltb, A. D. INS,
At the office of M.J. Uowlev, In Hecond Cairo
Preclnol, on Tooday, February IStb, A. D. lMt.
At tha lor house of Hatrlck Fltrjrerald, In Third
lB8ir l'rcllCI' on w'(,lln,,,(1,V' Fehrnary 14th, A . I).
At the (tore house of 0. F. Ort, In Fifth Cairo
Precinct, on TNrmlay, February IStn, A.D I881.
At Sheriff' otBce In Court house, la Fourth
Cairo Preciuct, ou Friday, February 18th, and dur
ing the remainder of the month of February, A. I),
181, where I hope In meet all parson, owing
tAs, reudr to ti-ttle and ve iin.
Yonr truly, JOHN HODQES,
Sheriff and ex Ofllcln Collector of Alexander Co.
rpiirciTY SATIOSAL RANK.
rf Cti I r.. HMnelw.
II ni I RVEK.
(J A PITA 1 W 10 0,000
A (ieiieml Ritllking hiirtltiess
THOH. V. IIA IiI,IlA .
JNTKRPRIHK SAVING HANK.
Of Cairn, .
KXCIil'SIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOrt, W. IlAIilil DAY,
C O A. L
D Stoves J)
No. 27 I)
S" Tinware, B
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Prown'i
Iron Bitteru is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Iu wonderful curative power is
simply because U purifies and an
iicbs the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all dinestt .
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism,
Baltimore, Md., May 7, iSSa,
My health ni much lhati.red br
RheumitUm whta I commenced
Uklag Brown', Iron Bitters, and I
ecarccly had atrasrih eaouari toai
tand to my daily hout.hold duties.
I am oow using the third bottle and I
am regaining trenth daily, and I
cheerfully recommend It to alU
( cannot say too much In prala
ot it. Mr. Mary E. Bxajhiar,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chrisliaruburg, Va., 1M1.
Suffering from kidney d'Kir
from which I could get no relief, I
tried Brown'a Irea Bitter, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetita and did tot Kern to
be abla to eat at all. I gave him Iron
Bitten with the happiest results.
J. Kvlb MOKTAOia.
Vina St., Harrltburc, Pa.
Dec. a, 1881.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies lot palpitation
of tha heart without receiving any
benefit, I was advised to try Brown
Iron Bitters. I have used two hot
ties and never found anythinj that
gave me ,0 much relief.
Mn. Jemmx Hum. -
Tor the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Iron
Bitters is invaluable. Try it
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