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CA1B0. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY-MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1883.
t'riatiror--T. J. Kirth.
j..'l-rlt Dennis. J, Fulr-y.
Uiiiintolor Wiu. B. Gilbert.
rbal--L. II. Mcyere,
Attorney William Hendrlckl.
soakr or alubhiiis
lr.t Wwd-Wui.MeHalH.T. M. Klmbrongli.
.Second Ward-Jw Ilinkle, 0. N. Hnghe..
Third Ward-H F, Mulct, John Wood. , '
Fourth Ward-Charlee O. Putter, Adoipb Swo-
wrVh Ward-T. W. Hallldav. Erccat B. PattU.
I'l-cnlt JI(1kbI. J Hiker.
Circuit tlcrk-A. H. Irylu.
rouuly Judge K. S Vocun.
County Clr-H. J. Uiimin.
I'ouLty Attorney J. M. Datnron.
County Traa.arer Mil. W. fifUK.
fiber llflohu rioitun.
County CoinmrwiFonera-T. w. Hal-lday, J. a
Olbb. aud Peter raup.
AIUO U VPrnr.-Corniir Testb end Poplar
C cel.; preaching Cr-taud third .-unda,. In
r.c- month, 11 a . n J ? ' m ? prrr m t
;nT.ird.y. t :w P- : "jsJar c?4,?.ii;m
-.Ill KCU Of THB UEJKKMKH-KKjilcopa',
fourteenth tret; Smid.y
ftOa in., lloly
. , on a.tn.lkir .-rm,,i! 'i.nja.ni.t
M-mtud t'rarrr . v.'' p. m., livening Prayer., r
y li.veoport, T. I, luaor.
iMtt!T mihknakv iiAiTiar cucuca-
1. avhl..l at 7 :W p. n, Rev "I . J. Hhowi.
("itKUAr-Thtniith nrt; Mm al
1, utiil:3 t ; Sunday booitp R
Kr-)l)lriT-'r Kightr- J Waluntttreete
Sabbath ll:iO m. and 7: P
i-nday school at AM p. m
K.v J. A. x-trri'u,
I I KrHYTEHIAN Ktghlh iwwt; pcAcnt.i on
l HabU-b at 1100 a. m.and 7:S.
nwrtnif ain1T at 7:if)p. ! Bnuday tKhaol
tt n m. Hot B Y. Oeorc, paatur. .
v T J"KPI1 h -,Koman CUbollc) Corner Crot
! WV.mit i;reu: ienrUxt t't'ibttb 10:n.
u. ; nuiidnv rb(ol tt i p. m. ; Vpri 1 p. m. : t
rir t-f r day tt 8 m- Hot. 0 Hr, 1 ncl.
T pTMl,K'H-Rnin Ctbnltc)Crftcr KlnU
C"1 rei nd Wtuhluirto enne; Hrlcei etv
8.i I. ud 1 . . ; Vepr. 1 p. it. ; ondy VhM
,.. m. -rtMt Ttry d t 6 m. P'-. MmU-M"U
K.R.TUECARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Mail- . :05.mMHalW
Aa(.io duon.n :10 a m Sxore II - a.m
tKpr p.m I Accomdavlo .4:15 p m
t . tT. L. N. 0 . K. a Wt'.'atm 8 t).
tMa.l 4:Oa.mtMU P
Eipr.it IO:Wlin tKxpreM I.ia m
tAc'ioixUlloo VWp m
ST. I.,. AC R. R. (Narrow Una 1
Espri :H.m EipMa..
Arcom'datlon. 1 p ra I 'Acton dation 11 .10 a w
T.L . t.M 48. K. R.
XxprrM 10:J0p.m tEiprM... : p
WBASH. 8T. I-OCIS PAtinC K'T CO.
M(I A Ki .... 5:00 vm tHall Kx.... :W p
ArMtB'datioo 4:0) p.m I ceomdatlon 10:80 a.m
rrrtght . 1 4S a m. Frl:bt - 4Jp m
Dily except Sandy. t Pally.
MOBILE A OHIO B. It:
J5:Mt.m. I Mail 9:10 p.m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
. .a . X 1 A!1.. DnntA
bnorresi aiiu uicktoi wmc
St. Louis and Clucago.
Tho Oniv Lino Huuaini;
q DAILY ' TRAINS
0 From Cairo,
Maring Dirkot Connkction
Tkii L Caiwc
ConnoctmR at Odin and fcfunnham for C fncin-
all. Uoalivllle, Indlaaapulia and point Eat.
1 1 :lO n.m. Ht. 1xu1h ani Weatern
arrttlnclnSI. Iaul7:0p. w., and eonti.ctlutt
for allpointa Waet.
3.50 p.m. Fwt Kxpr.
rorHt 1-onla and Chicago, arriving at 8t Lul
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7;) a m
;j:60 p in. Cincinnati Kxprestt.
ArrWna at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.! Loutarllla 0:56
a w.i Indlauapolla 4:0 a.m. raMcner by
' thi. train reacb tha above point. 1VJ to 3J
UOUR8 In adanca of any other route.
trThe:S0 p. m. aipwua baa PULLMAN
6LKEPINQCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthont
r.hauKoa, and through aleopera to 8t. l.Qala and
Fast Timo East.
rassenffers Pomt. without ny delay
tauaed by Sunday lutirenlug. Tha 8turday aftor
noon train from Cairo arrlvaa In new York Monday
nornlug at 10:35. Thirty all hour. In advaaceof
mother route. . . . ,
IVKor through ticket, and further Information,
iii.lrat Illlnoll Central Railroad Dnpot, Cairo.
1 J. H. JON K8, Ticket Agent.
A. U. II AN SON, (ion. Pana, Agont. Chicago
QEORQE II, LEACLI, M. U.
Phvrtiolati and Surtxoon.
8pelal uttMotlon paid to tha Homoopatlilctmat
mnt of nurglcnl di.eanui, and dleta f woman
oiMco! On Uth atrot, npptmlto tha Ton Offlra,
Cairo, III. - .
U. W. C. J0CFLYN,
orrtCK-Rlghth btreet, near ComnartUI A viio
T)U. K W'.jWIJITLOCK, i
orrwa No. 1M Ooiamarclal Avtnne, btwto
Jlgkl jand Ninth tttru
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruit, with'
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua!.
it. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the rr.o&t delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louia. Mo.,
aWn.fL.Mlla Twl Omi, It. Th'i rm. (alba
H Dr. Prto.'. t.lu. tvtmmrt.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD6.
lKW FISFI AND OVHTKK DEPOT.
Tl.vlngoow perferte.) my arrangement, to
aupply tbn trode with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
. I Can Now Offer a Follows: Oysters
Taken From the Shell Hera Fresh
as From ttio Gulf.
Baou Cook. 91 SO pr W
" 8a I nee ffi
" Ba.lno 75 "
Oy.tcra In b :1k ) "
Oy.tcr. tandrd in can..... V) "
Re t Snapper ,....10c. per lb
Croklea . "
Hll.ll .. . ..MM .......
Shrlmna. Lohii.. Ora'. and Turtle a'l in .eaion
LIBEK lb DISCOUNT TO TUS TRADE.
Jf EW YORK STORK,
WHOI.S3ALB AND Rr.TAlk -
The Largest Variety Stock
1T TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLlTvERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KH Ac CO..
fjor. Nineteenth etreot l',aSlt III
Commercial Awniui' 1,1
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholewi-le Dealer in loo.
ICF PY TU E CAR LOAJ) OR TON,WELI
?';KED FR 8HIPPINO
Har Loads a Specialty
Cor, Twelfth Street Hiid Levee,
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
USAXD AFTER MONDAY, OOrOBKK S.I,
Expre.a and Mall learoa Cairo, every day exeopt
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. ArrlT.e at F.aat Ht. Lotil. at
8:lp. in Arrlvo.atOalroat. 4:Wp. ro.
Accommodation errivee at 11:40 a. m. and d
part, at 1:K) p. ra.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
ll. T. 0EROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N J).
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVR WELLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE .
V. MANNER, GAS FIX
. ' TURE!
Of allklnd.furnl.hed to order, old flxtarm re
broniedijoDblng promptly attended to. Order,
received at Danlol Uartman'a or at tba .hop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN !
( . NINETU AND TENTH STRK5T3,
' 'OAlTtO ' ' . . ILTA
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
. . : t
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS. CUSSINO
HAM, BROKKR. . ,
' :30 A. M. January 18, 1M
January, j February. March. Xay.
Pork.-. . . ji7ifi I7 1,7
Wheat... I 1 i0J I OIK 1 07i
Corn.... 4 5' ts 67
Uat... . 8TS 7.H 7K !0
K:3iP. M ,
January. February. March. I May.
Pork... $ $T743 ii'ffls
Whoat.. J il)4 1 01 Ji l 03 I f8!i
Oaf. 37? Wj
, jt V) V. M. . . ,
k . n, i i H n i i i ' i i .
January. K.bruarv. M.rcb May.
Pork.... Tifiv- $17 i I )I7 5 .
Wheal.. 1 00V 101 J IW 1 0s
Corn.... M)4 fH MS 57
Oat..... MVh 87 S I 8?H I 89H
Chicago, January 18, 1WJ.
. Uitcelnt.. 8hlpmrnt.
Whei' M,70t l.r,4
Horn 4M.4t7 , 16.48'
Oat. 78,711 84.5W
W. F I.axhdin. ri'.'r Alitor of it Bcli.ftih
aud .teamboat pssauacr ajtut. Orders for oil
kind, of eteamboat )h printing iollcltcd. Offloo
at B'iwnr' European flotol. No. 7i Otilo levee.
MTAOK8 OF THK RITKK.
The river marked by the gauge lat
evening at this port, 14 fettt and
8 inches aud rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 18 6 p. m. River 15
feet 5 inches and riaing.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 186 p.m River 4 feot
5 inches And falling.
Louisville, Jan. 181 p. m. River 7
feet 11 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jan. 18 -fl p.m. River 13 feet
9 inches and rising.
St. Louiii, Jan. 18-6 p.m. River 5 feot
8 inches and rising.
KIVEK ITEMS. '
Business on tho wharf yestardiy was
""TrTs Will 8. Hays loft ifa Orleans
Wednesday evening lor Cincinnati.
The Jas. W. Gaff passed down yesterday
morning with a gool trip for Memphis.
The Annie P. Silver will pull out of here
to-morrow evcniDg for New Orleans.
The woatuer has moderated again with
prospect of rain, sleet, freeze and a bii
thaw before dark.
The David R.Towell from New Orleans
arrived yesterday with a big trip which
she discharged and is now laid up.
The City of New Orleans is due up tins
evening with a big trip of about 1,800 tons
of freight which she will discharge berc.
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis is due
to-night for Cincinnati. See W. F. Lamb
din, Passenger Agent, and get yonr tick
et. The Will Kyle pissed up for Cincinnati
Wednesday night at 11 o'clock. Sbs had
about 000 tons of freight mostly tor Cin
cinnati. Sol. Silver has been rusticating at his ru
ral borne for a few days about twelve miles
above the city. He returned yesterday
morning and is on duty again.
Capt. Tom Kirobrough is now at St.
Louis and is having now guards and swing
ing stagei put on his boat. He will be
out as soon as the work is completed.
The B. 8. Rhea from Nashville failed to
to report here last week but will come
through this trip and leavo on here on her
return trip next Monday morning.
Don't forget the traveling public's indis
pensable packet Qui Fowler will repoi t here
this afternoon connecting with trains going
Noith, South, East and West, leaving on
her return trip at 4 :30 p. m. for PaJucah.
The Qolden Rule arrived here yesterday
morning at 2 o'clock and was receiving
freight all day. She added about 300
tons here and a large number of pasacn
gers. She leaves at daylight this morning
for Now Orleans.
The Golden Crown left Cincinnati Wed
nesday evening. Her prospect for getting
through the ico in the Oliia is certain as
the weatner is moderating again and the
canal at Louisville is nowopon. She will
report here for New Orloans Sunday morn
The Nation Board of Steam Navigation
held a meeting last evening in the elegant
parlors of The II all id ay House. The at
tendance was small but a number of dele
gates are looked for hero to-day, and be
fore the close of the meotiug which will
probably continue for two or three days,
some important business wilt bo transacted
relative to steam vessels.
John T.' Berry, Esq., of Rockland, Me..
President of the Lime Rwk National
Bank, and oi the Knox aud Lincoln Rail
road, says he had the rheumatism ' in bis
left foot and leg. St. Jacobs Oil relieved
AN ARITHMETICAL CURIOSITY.
To find tli' day of the week for any
date within tha tirat thirty centuries for
the Christian era:
From the number iudicatiug the year
drop all to the left of tho teDH. To this
result add its fourth part (regardless of any
remainder), the day of the moutb, and in
dex of the century. Divide the um by 7,
aud the remainder will bo the dnyofthe
week, counting Sunday 1, Monday a, Tues
day 3, Wednesday 4, Thursday 5, Friday 6,
and Siturday 0.
TABLE OF nvDIcus FOR MONTHS.
January... .8 My..v..,4 September. 1
February. . .6 June 0 October... 8
March 6 July 2 November .0
April August. ..5 December.. 1
For leap year the indices for Jannary and
February would etch b ono lew than in
tho above table;"
TABLE OF INDICES FOR CESTCRtKM.
0- Index tor 8. 9, 18, 23, 26, 80.
1- Index for 1, 8, 14.
2- Ind,xfor 0.7,15, 17,21,35. 29.
3- Ind. x for 6, 13.
4- Index for 5, 12, 16, 20, 24,28.
5- Index for 4, 11, 19. 22,87.
6 - Index for 3, 1,0.
To find the index of thu century for any
given yoar, find io tho table the number
dropped from the year, ana its max win
be the index required.
Required upon what day of the week
tho Declaration of Independence was sign
ed, July U776.
Drop 17, and we hv 76
Add its fourth part 19
Add the day of tho month 4
Add index of the month 3
Add index of the fntury 2
and 5 remaining, or Thursday, answer.
A. G. Palmer, in Terre Haute Oisotte.
Farmers wishing to bo successful wi h
sheep guard them asainst exposure. Hut
if in sheltering his sheep the farmer expo.es
himself a.r.d catches cold, ho must u-e Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
ILLINOIS TEMPERANCE UNION.
SrRisnFtELD, Jan. 17. The Illinois
State Temperance Union closed s two days'
session here to-ninht. The follo-vine offi
cers were ducted for tba ensuing year:
President, J. S. Lutlimp of Champaign;
Vice-President, J. C. Pepper of Alt-do;
Second Vice-President. Miss Mary A.
West of Galebburg; Secretary, Wm. James,
Springfield; Assistant Secretary, Mrs. S. J.
A declaration of principle and rules of
action was adopted. They denounce the
old parties, resolve to have a new party, re
solve uot to vote for candidates of any
party which does not havo prohibition for
its platform, recommendiop; a thorough
organization in each county, etc. The es
tablishing of a temperance newspaper in
each county is recommended; the raittiog
of a fund of from $100 to 200 iu each
was resolved upon. The next meeting of
the Union will he held at Bloomington.
Washington, Jan. 17 Cpt. C'jwden this
morning was further examined by the Mis
sissippi River Committee respecting the out
let stock company and the addition! pur
chase of property by Cowden and his asso
ciates at tho place where it was proposed
to construct an outlet. Developments
Bhowed that a compauy was formed, stock
Issuod and $4,000 paid thereon to Capt.
Cowden, which sum was to In) expended
in purchasing material a id property neras
sary to bogin work.
PBEPAKtNft A BILL.
The House Commerce Comtnittoo to-day
interrogated several members of the Mis
sissippi River Commission, the question ask
ed being designod to aid the committee iu
preparing tho Mississippi river improvM
ment itm of the river and harbor bill.
Gladstone has started for the Conti
nent. Frank U. Fall has been indicted for
attempting to corrupt a star-route juror.
Miss Zerolda Garrison has leun placed
in an asylum for tceble-uiimled persons.
The Republican National Committee
Wednesday ttcoepled Domey's rosiRintion
Tho British steam pah ip Rochester passed
out through the jetties Wednesday, draw
ing 25 feet 11 inches.
A Congressional Coiumittoe has reported
iu favor of purchasing ttirt lioun in which
A week's reprieve lias Iwien granted Geo.
W. Trougbber, who was to be bunged to
day atTaylorville, III.
Prince Napoleon may be tried by the
Senate sitting ss a court. If convicted he
may be either transported or banished.
Schiller, the mau arrested for setting firs
to the Newhall House, bas been smuggled
out of Milwaukee by the officers for safe
keeping. The , register of the hotel was
out found in tho safe.
The Illinois Sonato Wednesday adopted
a resolution of thanks to Gen. Shundeu
and Senator Veal for action regarding Yel
lowstone Park. Id the House standing
committees wore announced. In joint
session the two houses clectod Cullom, Sen
ator, all the Republicans ' but one voting
for him, and all (be Democrats voting for
REPORT OF TrtE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL, BANK
at Cairo, lu tha State nt Illinois, at tba clo.u of
December 30th, 1882.
Loaus and diacounts
C. 8. bond, to lecure circula
tion l,i2 09
' 50.000 00
U. o bond, on hand
Other .locks, bonds and mort-
Due from approved re.ervo
Duo from other National bank. UMbO
Due from Btaia banka and -
Real ..taw, furaiture and fix
turn.. Premium, paid....
Check, and other ca.U Item. . .$ 4,913
BUI. of other Bank. 13,i;il
Fractional paper currency,
nlckoliand ponnlo. r sso
linld $10,787 00
Htlver 5.M1 60-.3ri.Sll
l.eizal Tender note. liu.OOO
Redemption fund with U. U.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) Due ir, m V. . Trcacunr,
oibor tbun 5 per cent, re
O0- 78. m SI
Total . 70,S1S 75
Capital tock raid tn .; 100,000 oo
Kurjiln. Fund 13O.IX10 QO-Wo.iwoft
t'ndlvldrd Profit. 4.47S sa
National bank note. out. tend
DMdendl unpaid . 1 f0 0O
Individual deposit, .uhjrct to
Dtunaudcertlflcate. of deposit, 15.110 hi
Due toother National batik..' t,m
Duo to Ntafi banks and
banker. ayV'7 sh-amvm .t
Note, and hill, ra dl.o tintH ).( O mi
Trr l. . . .5760,yW 74
State of llllnoi. county of Aieiander. .
I, Tho.. A'. Ualliday! Ca.hler of the ibov named
bank, do toUmnly .wrar that tha .bo . .tatemunt
I. trne to the bl of my knowledge aid belief.
Taoa. W. Baludav. Ca.hier.
Subacrlhud and aworn to belore ma this 9th riar
of Jan . 1iW3. M. J. Uqwi.by, Notary publtr,.
R B CexHtaaRAM, )
tt. J). WitJ.tAV.oM, Dlr.'-tor..
Notice It bfl'ehy given to a I p"ron lnlrsti d,
rlut the City Cunncll of the City of Cairo. II inol..
hating ordered a. .at fonb In Ordinance No. 1)2.
Section I. Thai tho following .id.walk. bo eon -trurted
of wood, via. n the .nntb .td of
Eighth street, h.tw.ou Railroad htre.-t .id (Ihlo
Lerec, i-.tcg ono hundred and forty-flv feet iu
langtn; have applltd to the CountyCour of Alexan
der i iiunty for an a.fr.an,nut of thaco.lavf .aid
miprov.muuta.ccordlug to benefit., and an a.....
oi.nt thereof hiring been made and returned to
aid Cuurt tha final bearing thereon will b. had at
he March Term of Mid Court, commoncing on t :.e
Monday of 1883.
All prnnn. d.iirioi m.f tha and ih.r. .pp.ar
and make detente.
Notice to Tax-payere.
I will be at. the fol iowlns namarlalaca. forth r i
po.e of collecting the revenU' of Alexand-r Coun
ty, aua t-taie ot Illinois fur the year A. I). It8. whi o
I hope to meet all tai payerr, teady to pay the r
uir., andalltbo.e no able to p.y all their taso.
win near in mind t tint I want the personal t.xu.
pald.t once and real etaU al.o if pomtblc:
At the .tore hour of B. K.Curtis In Be-ch Ridge
Piecloct, on Monday, Januarr 'i9th. A D. lKt.
At the .tore hou.o of J. M. Bowie, in the
town of Hod.' Park, In Tnltv Precinct, on Tot-
aay, j.iiuar.v 'tn, a. u. i' mi.
At the .tore hou.e or Henry Hun. aver In tha
towaoiSii.dn.ky.liS.ndii.lrv Precinct, on Wed
nc.day January Slat, A. 0. ,881
At the .tore home of Mar.n.11 Aagu.rr.a In tha
town of Elco. In Elco Precinct, on Ihurad.y,
February M, A. D. 18S3.
l At tho ru.idencs of n. Uunsakcr, in Lake Milll
gnn Precinct, on Monday, Febrnar; 5th, A D IS I.
At tin- tore hou.e or P. I). Altivrton, In Qoe
I.Un'l Pier net, i n Tneiday, Feb Stb, A. D. 18M.
At ti c i "-"'t.o of A 11. Ireland In town of
8anu i . : a, Fe' Precinct, oa W.dna.diy,
Felirnary UU, A. O UtS. , , , .
At the nore bonio of lilhbi A Barkboucr in tin
town of Thebea.ln Th.bei Precinct, on Thnr.d.T,
February Sib. A D 18.
At tha it ire hou.e of Jn.r Ca'ley A Co., In
Cler Creek Prlnct, on Friday, February th,
A. D. lasa.
At the tiore hou.a of Jamea Xobl. s, In Eaat
Cane Girardeau Praolnct, on Saturday, February
loth, A. D. 18$ i.
A- the .tore hon.e i f Peter 8aao, la First Cairo
Precinct, on Mondav, February mh, A. D. 1WS.
At me office of M.J. Howlay, tn Second Cairo
Precinct, .on Tae.day, Febrn.ry Uth, A. D.198I.
At the siora bou.e of eatrick Fttsgerald, In Third
Clro Prodi r, on W'edne.d ay, February 14th, A. I),
At the .toro hou.e of O. F, Ort, In Fifth Cairo
Precinct, on Ttur.dav, February ISttt, A.D. 1SS.
At Sheriff's office In C 'Urt-hoa.e, In Fourth
Cair i Precinct, on Friday, February 18th, and dur
ing the remainder of the month of February, A. 1).
where I hope to meet all persona, owing
taxeo, rendv to nettle aud save eip.nin.
Tour, truly, JOHN HODGES,
Sheriff aud ox-Offlcto Collector of Alexander Co.
rjMIKCITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of OUro. IlllnoiB.
71 OHIO I.RVSK.
CAPITAL, B I 00,000
A lieiieral Bunking biixiuH
riK)H. w, tr ai,i.iiuv,
INTKHI'ltlHB HAVIKd HANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
Tit OH. W. It Al. 1.1 DAY,
C O A. I j
1) Stoves )
Nn. 27 j ftth St,
. o o
n n ;
B . rrinwaro. B
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Brown's
Ixon Lirrxju U good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepjia, RVumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Itt 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 y, i83o.
My health was much ihattered by
- Rhtumaiiita when I commenced
taking Biown'alron Bitter, and I
Karccly had (tt.ngth enough to at
t.ad to my dally houaehold dutlwt.
I am now using ih. third botu. and I
m regaining ttrcngtb daily, and I
cheerfully rtcemratnd It to all
I cannot jiy too muth in pralta
of it. Mr. Mav E..BHASHIAR,
Kidney Discasa Cured.
ChrUtlanburg, V.., tSSi.
Suffer inr from kidney diteur,
from which I could get no relief, 1
tried Brown'. Iron Bitten, which
cured ma completely, A child ot
mine, Kcovering from .carle t fever,
had no appetit. uid did not teem to
he able to .at at .1). I gave bim Iron
Bitten with th. happi.it rttulu.
J. KVIB MONTAGVS.
Heart Disease. .
Vina St., tUrritburg, P.,
Dm. a, iBBt.
After trying different phyiician.
and many rcmediea for palpitation
of tha heart without receiving any
benefit, I wa advised to try Brown".
Iron Bitter. I have used two bot
tle, and never found anyUiing that
gave ma to much relict
Mn . JuNHiK Hb.,
For the peculiar troubles to which
Udies are subject, Brown's Iron
Bitters U invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
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Sth i'ri'e., batwenn Com'I Ave. and Lv.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY",
. ALL KINDS OF AMfJ.MTIOS.
Safe. Ho laired. Ail Kind, ol Kevs Mad.
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