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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MOBNINO, JANUARY 21, 1883.
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Tteaioirr T .1 , Kerth.
( li ra Ueniils. J, Foley.
t.,,iur-olor- Win. B. tillherl.
Marshal 1.. U. Meyera,
Mioniey William llebdricke.
aoilill or AMIBKsIIN
drat Ward-Wra. McBale.T. V . Klmhronuh.
second Ward-dene Iliukle, t!. N. tlUKhet,
Third Ward B. F, Make, JoUu Wood.
Fourth Ward Oharie O. Patter, Adoiph 8W0,
KifVh Ward-T. W. HV.llday. Ernet B. Pettlt.
Oirrtilt Judne 0. .1. tinker.
Circuit .Merk A. H. Uvln.
l.'ouuty Judga K. S Yociim.
i.'ountv Clera h. J. Iliirnm.
County AHorney-J. M. Damroti.
County Treasurer Mile W. prkr.
ShcilS Jobu Hodtree. '
Coroner R. FltMerald ,
County Commtouer-T. Y. llalllday. J. A
Olbh tud Peter Mnp.
lAIKOIJAPTHr.-Corn.ir fonta and Poplar
Lutreeta; preachlun flrM and third Sunday lu
.mi mouth. 11 a. ra. and 7: W a. ia i : Py J""'
inn rt-irday,7::P. m.: Sunday chool. . W a.ra
nla T v Kcv. A. J. U KS Pa tor.
AsiiCRt'll OF TUB R K D K E M K R -E pi eeopa' i
Fourteenth (treoti Sunday 7:0a ra., Holy
Krii,trit; a.m.. Sunday -bool ; '1 OJ a. m.,
MunmiB 1'ratera; damp, m., Kviriog Prayor. r
l llav-nport. it. H. Hedot.
fli.sr MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUUKOa.-
.i.i t:, r.i.w.l at T-ift p. n. K. T. J. Hhore.
pw ,ior i
IrniF.li AN -thirteenth trt.; ifM at-
bi'liliVH tu iHuDday chooljp tn. Rv
tlPp. pat it '
MK I Hi'lilHT r. Eighth and Walnut 'treat,
Pn-ar.Llnf Sabbath ll:OJa. m. nAl-.V) p. m.
jeuday ivnoolat fMf. ro. R J- A.hcerrH.
1)1 KMtYTKKI AS Mifhtti street; pwarnlag on
1 Val.l.uth at 11:( a. m. and 7 p. m. ; prver
-n-eii,, v -unejdav at 7: p. in.: Sinday Schwol
t p. n. RevY. 'ieorie, paamr.
C I JoM.Til H--ilt..nan Catholic) Corner Cro
avl Walnut (treeta; eervtce KaMieth 10 a.
n.: .Sunday riihool al 8 p. ra. ; Vwpara J f. m. aer
licenser day at a. ro. IUt. O'Hara, Prlrtl.
tT PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Nlntn
O .irc-t and Wa.hiuon avaune; aerftcua Bab
sa.i f and in a.m.; Veapernlp. m i mday Scbool
(1. tn. n.'rt'.o eyery day at a a. m. Bey. Mitwtaon
ft. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Tuixa naraKT. taAKa iRKty.
Mall la.altMall vf:!?'
lEiprrw 8:50 p. m I Accomdattoa..4:l5 V-m
0. T. L. A N. O. R- B. (Jackiotl Route).
tMali 4:a.mUMall ,V'P m
Kpri!t 10:U m tKxprecu Mi: a m
tAc'raodatlon S U'p.m
ST. L, A C. R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
Eiprcn SMSa.m I BiprM 4:Mp.tn
Arcoru'datloD. 1 p.ra I Accoui'datlon II : a m
8T.L . I.M A. R.R
Expra 10:30p.m tKxpreae... p -w
WARA9H. ST. tOUW A PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Vlall & Ka.... 5:'WvmlMall St.... p.
rom'datloti 4:0 p.m Accom'datlon a.m
Freiijlit ........7:4'i a m. Frt-lfut ... O p.m.
liiy icptSaody t Daily.
MOBILE A OHIO R:
...5:55 a. in. I Mall.
9:10 p. ro.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
Si Louis and Clucago.
The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
O irrom Cairo,
Making Dirkot Connkction
ArrlvtuitlD Bt. LouH !I:4S a.m.; Chlca(?o.8:S0 p.m. i
Cctii.R at Odtnand Bfllaha tor cfncla
call, Loalarlllo. liidianapolii and point. Kaat.
1 1 ;lo H.m. Bt. Loul and Wontern
Arrlvlni? In St. I.oul7K)Sp. m., and eounecttnit
for all point vVeai.
;j.50 i.m. Ft Kxpreaa.
' rorht. Lml and Chicatto, arrlnng at 8t Luln
n:40p.m., and Cblcago 7:20 a.m.
3 fiO p in. Cincinnati Kxpream.
Arriving at Cluclcnatl 7:00 a.m.; Louievllle 6:S8
a m.: Indlanapolla 4:05 a.m. Pancennera by
thli train reach the abova point 1.3 to 30
HOURS lu advance of auy othor ronta.
nrTboH:M p. m. oxproaa haa PULLMAN
M.KBPINOOAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
channel, and through aleiri to St, tool"
Fust Time Kast.
D.i ocau ivnio thli lino go through to Ka.t.
X ASSeilKClS ern point without ny dnlay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Sjtt'fdy f'ar
noon train from Cairo arrivea In new Yo'k Monday
nornlug at 10:85. Tlilrty-alx hours in advanced
by other route. . . , , ..
IVFor through ticket and further Information.
tt'Plyat UlluoliCdntral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
" J. U. JON ES, Ticket Agent.
A. n. HATJ80N, Gen. Pane. Agent. Chicago
QEORGE U. LEAUH, M. P.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
men l of mimical dleaa, and dlea of women
Oluce; On 14th Rtreet, oppoelte th Post Office,
pit. W. 0. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elghth Btreet, neat Como srctal AtM
J)R. E W. WHITLOCK, i ' i ' ,
Ornoi No. 1M Commercial Avanaa, hatwaaa
Ight'a and Ninth Stteeu
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, 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 quat.
it. Admitted by all who hane used them
as the most delicate, nrntefut and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, :tc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111, and St. Louis, Mo..
akm ofl.op.li. Trul Omm, nr. Prk'. Crtm BaM(
ttwarr, u4 Kr. Prko't lolut forfwM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADECOODS.
jKW FHH AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfei te1 my arrangements to
upi'ly Lh trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now OfTjr as Follows: Oysters
Taken From the Shc'l Hero Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Bayou Cook .1 50 per 100
ra men i ai
Hanino..,,., ...mm. ............ iS '
Ov.ter. In bilk - W
Oy.lera ataodaid. lu can. AO "
Red Snapper ....mm .....loe. per ft
iroxiea m.....m " .
Sbeep Head, c. " .'
Shrlmia. t.'jbiit" Crs .nd Turtles a'l lr acaaon
LIREH L DISCOUNT TO TUB TRADE.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Tbe Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU & CO.,
3or. Nineteenth treet I Ca'tril Til
CommarclalAyennef allU 111
PROPRIETOR OF 8FROAT H I'ATENT
Wholesale Oealor in loe.
ICE PY Ttl K CAR LOAD OR T0N,WEH
I';KED FOR SUlPriNG
Oar Loatls ix Rpecialtv.
Cur, Twelfth Street and Leree,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
oXANDarrsn xosotr, ooroasR 91.
Bsprc and Mall lonvos Cairo, everv day except
Snnday, at 8:15 a. m. Arriv, at Kaet St. Louis at
8:40 p.m Arrive at Cairo at 4:15 p. in.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. m. and ia
parts at l:oo p. m.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
C. P. N E W L A N P.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRTYR WKLLS, FOKCK AMD
LIFT PUMPS FURNISH RD ANII PUT
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
f 1 MANNFiR, (US FIX
TURES Or all kind furMahed to order, old flxtnres re
bronsed;)otblng promptly atteudoil to. Orders
rocolyed at Danlul Ua'tman's or at thit shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETU AND TENTH STREETS,
OALRO ' . ' IIjTS.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CIU9. CUNNING'
:S0 A. M. January ;3, 1M.
January, j Febmaiy. .Maicb. May.
Pork $ i jTTro
Wheat... 1 hH' 1 W
Corn.... Mi'i f7 684
Oam,. . i8i4 HSg - M, 4U
Ii:3. P. M
January, February. March. I May.
Pork... f I "
Wheat.. 1 r2 1 1
Corn... 54 tw ,: 7s
Oat ...... 38 1 3sj SUM
li SO P. M.
Jan ary. Kubruary. March May.
Pork.... 170-T$ f$i7'
Wheat.. 1 0 M 1 1 fP
Cora.... W iV b'H
.... I ?:S I t-it
Chicago, January 3 , )8S3
. 118107 18 am
. 18!i.fi4l !( 9,877
,. 44.V i 8fl,8
W. F AMBnm, r"vr editor of i'ub Btrt,Li!rir
and aieantion iini!n."ir a'iiuit. Orrtera for all
kinds of ulea-n'mat JoD punting eojtclted. Ofllco
at Howor' Enropeau dotul, No. Ti Ohio levee.
rTA0F.a OK TUB R1VKR.
Tbe river marked by tlie gnuga last
evening at this port, 19 Ret tndO
incites bdiI rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 21 U p. m. Rivor 20
feet 4 inches ami rising.
Pittbburh, Jan. 23 -6 p.m Ilivnr 9 feet
2 inches and rising.
Louisville, Jan. 23 ft p. in. River 11
feet 7 inches and riinjr.
Nashville, Jan. 23 -fi p.m. River 18 feet
9 iuches and falling.
St. Louis, Jan. 23-0 p.m. Rivor 5 feet
1 inch and falling.
In refcrenco to the cow which etood de
Oantly on the track of Cairo & St. Louis
Narrow Guage, last Sunday, and wa re
ported to have been managed by the train,
is a grand mistake so far as the train run
ning over the aforesaid cow is concerned, as
there are do trains running on that road
The Chas Morgan is on Iter way down
from Cincinnati, but in the present condi
tion of the river we are not prepared to say
when nho will arrive here.
The Qua Fowler still continues to make
her regular Jrjpa and will be here on time
thi9 evening, connecting with trains for all
parts of the world.
The James W. Gff, from M'-'inphi. w4!l
surely report here enrly this morning but
will not go any farther up than Pdducsh
until the ice business is settled.
The Golden Crown left here lust evening
at 4. '30 with her guard dragging tlie water
and first-class passenger trip.
The David R. Powell of the Anchor
Line, ia receiving freight for New Orleans
and leaveB hero to-morrow.
The weather moderated yesterday very
much, and the prospect for more congenial
weather is good.
Tlie Paris C.Brown ouly got aa far up as
Paducah where she will remain until navi
gation opens up.
The Arkansas City is due here to-day
from Vicksburg. She has a go id trip.
The John DippoH, of the M. V. T. Co.,
is due here to-inorrow from New Orleans.
The Vint Suiuklo has taken wintet
quarters in Green river.
The New Mary Houston is three days
out from New Orleans.
The roller skaters' friend. It cures
tbeir sprained wrists, skinned limbs, cut
noses and bruised belie?. No roller skater,
or other skater can afford to he an enemy
of St. Jacobs Cil.
WKhave received from Sanlfleld'a Music
store, 12 D.ble House, N. Y., and 10 Jack
son street, Chicago, aud unpretentious, lit
tle book which speaks for itself. It is en
titled "Richards' New Method lor the
Piano Forte," and the Publishers claim
that anybody can the piano without a
teacher by buying a copy of the same. Be
this as it mny, the- work comes in a vuiy
nice and compact little shape, is printed
from full size sheet music platus, and from
what we con judgo of, it is s work that
otigat to be in every household. It con
tains just enough rudimentary instruction
for ttio average beginner, has no tedious,
unnecessary repetitions, nnd in point of
contents its merits are exceptional. As
specimens of what the whole book contains
we mention pieces such as "In the Gloam
ing," "Baby's Empty Cradle," Blue Alsa
sain Mouutains,' "Kathleen Mavourneen,"
"Old Oaken Bucker," "Near my God to
Thee;" Selections from operas such as
"Patience," "Olivette," "Billeo Taylor,"
"MaBCotte," etc.; Waltzes, such as "Rac
quet," "mou and I," "Charming," etc., and
to sum up, we know of no bettor book of
its kind that has lately been publishod.
All tho muslo in it is good and taking.
Gent postage paid by too publisher on re
coipt of 75 cents.
We walk ia tho midst of secret, we are
encompassed with mysteries, but it is an
open secret that there remedy In the world
so wonderful as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
for coughs and colds.
. Anna Fruit Grower.
We have too much respect for our per
sonal leputalion, and that of otir paper, to
publish or assert anything which we be
lieve to bo untrue. Hence wo have been
exceedingly careful in the prupuration of
the statistics which wo this day publish, to
all who may S'.'e this itsue of our paper.
And in addition to what we have said else
wherein thU edition, we must repeat that
wo believe that there is no country on
earth better adapted to farming purposes
than Southern Illinois.
Theclimato ia mild and healthy, the
water is pure and good, and tho soil is
rich and productive not only for one agri
cultural product, but for all no matter
what seed or plant is placed in the soil, it
will spring up and yield abundantly in duo
season. From a grain of wheat, wb'ch
produces tho "staff of life," to tho iosig-
niflcant mustard seed, everything that is
permitted to touch tho ground will well
n-pay him who cares for it. The vast
prairies of the central part of tho State
usually yield splendid crops of corn so do
our bottom lands In this region and wo
assert that our bottom lands will generally
yield one-third more corn than any prairio
land will produce. But when it comes to
that staple article, winter wheat, where are
your prairie cornfields. Wesy nowhere!
Our winter wheat crop never fails, and wo
always raise euough and to spare, and that
of the very fineBt quality.
But it may be said, our country here is
covered with timber, and it will require
much time and hard labor to clotr it, and
fit it for the plow.- Wo admit that to a cer
tain extent this is true but the system of
deadening the larger trees and after they
become dry burning them, makes the pro
cees of clearing much lighter work tban ono
would at first suppose, and good crops can
be raised in tbe meantime, while the trees
are dying. Admittiug that it is easier to
plow up a patch of prairie soil and plant it
in corn, that it is to clear up timber land
and sow it in wheat, yet we claim one ad
vantage in this to take good timber land,
the timber f taken care of, will nearly it
not quite pay for the land, and in addition
you have firewood, fencing and out-building
material right at your door, while in
the prairie country you have to buy it at an
cxtraviguDt price, aud tor all times to come,
unless you undertake to raise it, and that
will make you quite an old man before you
will bo able to split four rails out of a tree
of your own planting. Then also look at
the ditfercncein tho price of the land prai
rie land will sell for from f 15 to 73 an
acre, while our raw timber land is uow
held at from $3 to $3 an acre ouly.
There is no better country for raising all
kinds of truit, berries and early as well as
late vegetables. Many persons are labor
ing under the impression that this country
is level, wet and swimpy, when just the
reverse U true. For the most part we have
nothing but high, dry and gently rolling
ground. Tho timber consists of every kind
common to this latitude. Take it all in our
country is hard to beat. Somo portions
are somewhat sparely settled so that choice
elections for farms can row be made at
very lew prices.
There are tut few improved farms for
sale) in this regiou, because those who own
them are s i well satisfied, that they are not
willing to part with them, except at ex
orbitant prices. But there sjo plenty of
wild timber lands for sale at very reason
able prices and on easy term, and which
will make just as good farms as one of
those uow improved.
Before closing this article, as a matter
of information to tho public, we would re
fer to tho largo quantity of land for sale
by the Illinois Central railroad company,
and by addressing our esteemed friend, P.
Daggy, land commissioner of said road,
Chicago, Illinois, you will get full informa
tion. There are other lands for 8 do, but
our space will not permit us to mention any
moroin detail. Como ani look at our
country, and we feel assured you will bo
more than satisfied.
A bill has been introduced in congress
to pension Kit Carson's children.
Tho Pope congratulates the Irish blahops
on their zeal in calming tho country.
Tho bail of Polk, tha TunncHsoo default
er, haj been flxod at $1000,000. i
Tho Illinois senate had no quorum
Msnday and the home transacted no bus
iness. In Sioux City tho frost bat penetrated so
deep that the gas mains ara separating at
It seems tbe "inner circle" of the Dub
lin Nsiassination society was so composed
that its members were unknown to each
othor. This makes it very difficult to con
vict the Phoenix pat k assassins, though it
it believed tho tuua are known.
Although the limit of time has expired
in which tho Vulcan workmen were to bo
allowed to return to wurk at the reduced
wages offorod, tho men still hold out for
the old rates and tlie company declines to
Smoke Preventing Deaths.
Some ono has at bust been found to
say a good word for smoke. Tho Bur
slem Town Council has been discussing
tho death-rtite In that town, which ap
pear just now to bo rather high, and
the medical officer consoles them by
pointing out that the deaths would be
more numerous still were it not for tho
smokiness of the town. The evil effects
of their bad system of drainage are
largely counteracted by tho smoke from
the factories, which blends with the at
mosphere, to act as a deodoriser; and
he was at loss to imagine how "intelli
gent men, and even members of his
own profession," could complain of the
"smoke nuisance." The doctors may
be left to settle the mutter for them
selves; but one must admit that smoke
certainly has some of those offensive
qualities which belong to recognized
He Couldn't See It ThsJfay,
Professor Zweibeer is a rather dis
sipated old man, who gives lessons on
the flute for a living. Gilhoolv, who
feels a kindly interest in the old man,
took hiin aside and said to him:
"Professor, if you were to quit drink
ing and keep sober, you would bo en
gaged to givolcssons in some of the first
families of Austin nnd make agreatdeal
"Dot ish all humbug," said the old
man, indignantly. "1 givo lessons so
I can get drunk, and now you wants
mo to keen Bober so I cau give les
ions. Dot is all humbug." Gah'ttton
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will (ellatiyof It remaluine landa at one do!
lur per acre Te-a than tbe pruKHut price, from this
time until the Sr-t day of 0-tobi.r. lKXi. Alter
thit datu th! present price will be reatored. All
v. ho rtiMlrc l" ptiichafe hould avail thuniRHhes of
mis liberal oner at once. r. DAUUY,
Fot particular loqnlre of
M. KASTERDAY Ad
Apt, for 1. C. It. R. Land,
Notice I ho-chy given to a'l per-on Intermitted,
that the City Council of the City of Cairo. II iool-,
ntvi"2 oroereu a yel ronn in Oriinnnce .No. 9?,
Section 1. Thit the follovnnir Mdewa k he cou
Mrncied of wood, viz: 'n the oclb ldu of
MKUin street. Iietneou Raiirond hire t ai.d OlIo
l.oveo, eire one huudred anil fortv.five feet In
luncth ; have appliid to 'he CountyCour of A'exau
ricr i ounty fur an (ei-mii'it of tbe cotta f said
improvumuiitanccorilluit to b etit", and an aanee.
nieiit tnireof bivliiR been made aud returned to
raid C 'tin the dual he irinit ttiereon will bj hai at
tne Marrh term of ill Court, Commencing on ti
eei nnd Monday n' lo3.
All perron deeirlnu may then and there appear
and make defense.
Notice to Tax-payers.
I will he at ttirful'owing name-pia- eforthernr
poe of ci'llt'ctlna tbe revenu (ol Aloann i Conu
ty.an tSUieof III. mils for tboyenr A.D. IM, when
I hope to meet a l taxpayer, icadv to pay the r
t'is.'c, and all Ihone not nlilu to iiy 'nil tholrtuxe
will b ar in m ud tnat I waul tb- per-onal taiet
laldat once aud reil etnte alo If pos-ltile:
At tlie aior.- bmife of II, K Curia lu He ch Ridge
P'ecinct, on Monday, January 29th. A 0. 18,-J.
At the lor house or J. Al iiowln In the
town of llodtin' Park, In I'ulty Precinct, on Tues
day, January tb, A. I 18i.
At tlieiri- h iue of Henry Hnnsarr In tbe
town r.i 8 v dukv, 1 !-andukv Precinct, on Wed
nedny .laumry Slat, A. 0. S61
At the utire house of MnretiNll Aai;uelern tn the
town nf t' n l i Mm Precinct, on 'Ihurtday,
Kohriiui ,1 . ; 1B.-3.
At the rmtdence or ,x . Hnnaaker, In Lake Milll
Ran Precinct, on Mond-y. Febinur) Mb, A.D 18 3,
At the more house or K. D. Atnerton, in Uo"e
Island P-ec net, n Tiip'Obv, Feb Hi h, A. D. IBS.
At the toro home of A ll. Ireland In town of
Santa Kee, In Santa Fo-Precinct, on Wedueaday,
February 7ib, A. D li-8;5.
At the aioro hone oftllbh A Barkhouaer ID the
town of TheDe,ln Thnhes Precinct, on Thaidy.
February 8 b. A L) !8S,
At the t 're houo of Jancr Cu'ley A Co.,tn
Cler Creek Precinct, on Friday, Fubruary 8th,
Attlieaioro hone of Jam" XoM, , in East
Cape Girardeau Precinct, on Saturday, February
10th, A. D. 1881. ' .
A' tho t'r honno rf Pnter San, In Flrt Cairo
Precinct, on Monday, Fehiuary 18th, A. 0 1831.
At the ofllce. of M.J. Ilovlev, in Second Cairo
Preclncr, on Tooaday, Fetirunry 13th, A. 0. 188 1.
At the autre hon of l atrlck Vltauerald, In Third
CMro Prociixi, on Wednesday, February 14th, A. L).
At the More hone of 0. F. Ort. In F'fih Cairo
Preclnot. on Tturday, Fahruary lata, A. D. 183t.
At sheriff" oftVe lu C"nrt-boue, In Fourth
Calr ' Precinct, on Friday, February 18;h, aud dur
ing the remainder of the month of February. A. 1).
issi, where I hope to meet all persona, owing
taxex, retidv to aettle and avn etpenaea.
Your truly, JOHN H)DOES,
Sheriff aud cx-OQlcIo Collector of Alexander Co.
rjlHF.riTY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IllinoU.
n omo LRYEB.
CAPITAL, 810 0,000
A General Banking lnisine
THOU. W. IIALiIilDAV.
INTERl'RISR SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
THOS. W. HALlilDAY
a o a. Tj
D Stoves 3)
No. 27 I 8th St.
N . IN
B Tinware. B
The blood U the foundation ol
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has enured the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts - art - well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the Hood to its
natural condition; and also that
all the iron preparations luthcrtd
nade blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Crown's Iron Bitters will thor
oughly and quickly assimilate with
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
any part of the system, and it will
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child.
17 N. Euttw St, Baltimore, Md.
Keb. u, inio.
Cents: t'pon the recommenda
tion of a fnrnd I tried BuowN'a
Iron fiirrBKS aa a tonic and re
iturative fur my daughter, whom
1 was thoroughly convinced u.n
watting away with Consumption.
Having- lost three d.uiililerH l y the
terrible disease, under the care 01
rminen( physicians, I w;u loth to
believe in.it anything could arrest
the progress ol the disease, but, tn
my yreat surprise, btfore my daugh
ter had taken one bottle of ISkcwn'j
Ikon IIittkrs. she bean to mend
and now is quite restored to former
health. A filth dauuhtcr began to
show sins of Consumption, and
when the physician was consulted
he quickly said "Tonics were re-
(liiired ;" and when informed that
the elder aister was taking Hiiown's
InoN UiTTP.m, responded "that is
a good tonic, take it."
Brown's Iron Bitters effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Ccn
umpliun, Kidney Couiplaiuts, etc
Manufacturer and Dealer In
flth Stree,, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
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C1I0KE BORING A SPKCIALTV,
ALL KINOS OF AMtT.VITION.
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Egyptian Flouring Mills
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