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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1883.
ygy()r.S. . T1ii!lwood.
Tmmurtr-T J. Ketib.
m- Dennl. J. folry.
iiiiielor--Wui. B. Ullbcrl.
iniriiey W'Hliiu ll';tdrlcki.
HOI UU or AU'liS .
Ktr.i W.r-t-vViu.McHils.T. M . K!i'i'rouisn.
ieeond Wurd-J'""' HnHle.C. S HilifUr.
Th rrt Ward B. F, Hlake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbirte. O. fat.er, A4o..h
"il!?t'h Warrl-T. W. Hr.ldv. Krio-l li- llt.
I'ifditi .tudi'e -I). Baker.
Circuit Cler A. II lrvin.
OmulvJud-K . S .c.n:n
County Clerk rt. J. Humm.
I'outUT Attorncy-J. M . Oa'liroij.
County Treaurer-MUe. V larkM.
nlii-ilff Jotiu Hodire.
Coroner-K Kliprli . . , A
(illih. DH refer -rih.
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,l jot. m.: V.(r.p. it;. ; Han 4y School
?,.'. . .Vr,iM. v,ry di it . . Hot. Mt.M-,;
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I!. R. TIMK CARD ATCAIRU.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAt. K H
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t rrom' lltmo.ll :l" t m
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M.i'. 4 '.m
Kinr 11:10 .m
R, (,rtkoa ICflit'O-
M.,.i 1:1'' ra I tU
KiiiM 1'it'ini m I tKtpr.""1
1n ,t m
Ac ino'Ullon ui
ST L, C. K. K. (Nrrow 0iiK ) .
ET!'ri- :lJ.m ! Biprt' , 'l-"1'
AocmMUlun. ir'Of.m Ac:om-ilnt!on II m
HT I. IM H. K K
Rit.rf 10:30p.m ttxprcn ':' n "
WA1IAMI. bT. LOIN PACIFIC H'YCO
Mill h.... Jvrol'Msll A 'f.M?
M-com'ditl'in 4:'p m rrom duloo I'l
KretKht -.7:4" m. I Krf lu'lit - 8:4, p.m
uiiy icepi Sundy. tliU.
MODILK 4 OIIIO H. R!
...5:Vta. m. I M.il....-
..9:l!l p. in.
UaXOlS CENTHATitt. U.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino liuuniiiii
0 DAILY TRAINS
Marina Dihkct Connection
Tiuis !. Cairo:
::05 a hi. Mtl.
Arrlvliiv In Dl. Loulf 9;45 1 m.s CblciK0,S:3'p m.;
Cur.ni'CltuK t Odtn nd NlllnKhim for Clnclu
mil, l.ou'.tvlilN Iudlimpoli tud polnti Kt.
1 1 : in n.tn. Ht. Ioulu and Wwitern
Arrlvlnn In Ht. I oM T O p. m., ind fonnecilng
fur 11 pomtt Vm.
:i T0 p.m. Kxprfw.
nr St. 1,'intt. ami l.'hli:ai'. arriving ' St. Lonl.
10:10 p.m., and Chlc.io 7:i tn
:i:50 p tri.Clnoinnftti Kxi)rP.
Arrlvlnu at Clucl-natl 7:' i.m.; I.ounville OM
t ni.; Indlanatmltii 4:' a.m. PMrnirr by
thin train rcaii th above nnlnta t') 30
UuL'HS In advance of any olur roui.
IWTbH:M P. m. opr'. baa PCLLMAN
hLKKPINt CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoil
ehaiitfua, aud ihrough plmtpi'rn to Ht, i.ot. an-i
Farn Time Mant.
I aSSeiim iS 0rn poluta without any dmay
tauaed by Huiid.v Inti'rvcnliiR. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvea In naw Yo'k Monday
Bornlun at 10:SS. Thirty all noura In advancfol
BT nlher milt'. ...
ItTKur throuifh ticket mid fnrth.r Informatlcn,
apply at IHInoU Cjntral Railroad Depol, t'alro.
J. 11. ,l()NK8,TI-kul Agent,
i. II. UANSO.O'in. Taa. Acont. C'lilraxn
QEUrUtK II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvrfioiaii and Surtfoon.
Hpu'-.lal atlantloit pitld to tlm Iloinnopi'lilf treat
nient of atirulcal iIUhiki', and dlcno of woiiiii
UiBce: im Hth atrntt, npponlte tbti Pot Offlre,
pit. W. C. JOCffLYN,
t)KH. B-Sighk Streat, naar Coroti rclul At.no.
jy K W. WHITLOCK,
umtii No. 1U OommtreUI Avtmn., bttwMO
BrM'j nd Ninth Htr.Ma
VA7fl oAer Baking Powdtrt are largely
gdulterttioi with Alum and other hurtful
has been kepi unchanged in all ft original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its !u ving received the highest testimonU
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other pnwdefs show so good results 6 the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT AC!0 B1KIN3 POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louii, Mo.,
luatollirtr Lpalla Yrut Srm, Dr. Prk'l 6pell
rUnrl.K Utr.ro, lul lr. Prin't T.u ttttm.
JEW PI!! ASH UV-TKH ME POT
lUfln no porfxrlel mr a'rars .nr'nt" to
iii;;ily th .- ir '!; i'h
OYSTERS AND F IS II,
I Cttn No Otrtr uh Follows: 0'it
Taken Front tlie Hero F'rc.iii
m From tin.- (J 11 If.
Baroa t:oo!: 1 r1 per fv)
' M inc. .. 1 3S
" ll.i'tn'i 75
Oy.tcr. n bilk M
Ovter nandttd In ctii 10 '
.1 "t.. i-r ft
l romea "
Sh8p Hfd, Ac ..-..... "
brlmr... Uht;. C'ra an'l Tjrt!c l In .".'iin
LIHKKtL DlrCOCN T TO TUB TKADK.
STEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Th Largest Variety Stork
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOU) VERYCLO.SE
C. O. P ATI HI? & CO..
oor. Niu'itranth ttrevt I fal'(i III
Commmc!alATjno( V'ttUU HI
Pr.OPItlETOH Off FPHOAT'S PATENT
R EKIU (i E R ATO U 0 A US,
Wholesale 1 dealer in Jw.
ICK PYTHE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEM
?' KKI) FOR SHIPPING
Car I.oadH a Spooialtv.
o f r i c K !
Uor. Twelfth Street and Lovee,
gT. 'LOUIS & CAIRO li. R.
TRAINS RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
ot aso Armn MOJtnAr, ooroBKH 2t.
KxpMM and Mull lcavea Cairn, 'vcrv day et.-cpt
RnndHy. at H;15 ft. m. Arrlv.a at Kant St, I.oiila ut
8:i0p.m Arrlvuiat Cairn at 4::p. in.
Accominodntloti arrive at 11:10 a. m. and d
parte at ):K1 p. in.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
ll. T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVH WKLLS, FORCKASU
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AN'D PUT
CP IN A WORKMANLIKR
MANNER, OAS FIX
Of all kind. fiirnlnhtid to order, old flxtnrna r
brouaedi oihni( promptly attended to. ()rdr
rocolvod at Daulul Ua tman'i or at the ibop,
COMMKRCIAI, AVKNUK RBTWKEN
NINBTII ANDTKNTIl STURICiH,
OA.IKO .... llAsti.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CURRECTKU DAILY 1IY tnA. Cl'NXIVO
0:50 A. M. JnnimryU, ls-a
Jionnry. I lbruary. M ic b. My.
Pork - "1t 2S I 17 8iil il"7 5T!
Wheat... I 1 "l.'i I 1 HU
Cum..,. 58 ) 6T ?ji 6r
Unlit.... 18 I W'i tti'4
14:3' P. M
jTumry. I Kebiuiry M.rcb. My.
Pork ... I70 K llVt
Whml.. U'lU M'lH l'K. 1 'U
Corn . 7' Mi H f1"
oi r,yt x
a jo p. m,
.(in irr. I ulinmrv, i Mhn.li Muy.
Pom.... if) I 1'" 1 1'7 V
VA LhhI., 1 O'l 1 01 VS I 1 Ci'. 1 ' '14
Coru.... flu :8S I 8 K
Ot'.... y.7 I 37'4 37i4 1 WV
Clikigo, Jiunitr) J4, IHMi
Waet...... is.i'jo iso a
i-orn HH.'.'H' . Ki97
Out. U'.srS 4S 1-91
r . r A 1 1HJ' W t 1 1 . i .' tui "i ' .- -
t id tc.noif p44Rea;f a,vnt. Ordarn for "11
tr tV u l .... ,lt(..y .'.WW ttl'l I Vf V
n U iwir K'troifnri Hotel. No.iUblo love.
HfAOE' OK THE RlVtlt.
The river miikH ly tli" yftUfje lat
eveniUK at tin P"r', 'i n':t anno
inches an J rioiDg.
Ci'iciniiuti, Jan. 21 -6 . ni. River HI
fuet inches anJ mint.'.
Pitufiurtfh, Jan. 24 0 p in Rivi-r 6 feet
10 iothci ani risio.
biiiibville, Jan. 24 n p' m. River 12
feet 0 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jin. 24i i-.in.-P.iverlfO feet
4 inohc ami falling.
St.Louis, Jan. 24-6 p.m. River 5 feet
2 inches aud falling.
The Ohio, now cn of the C.ucinnii'i and
Memphis packets ou trer" lirst trip, wiil r ;
pori here to-dny fur Mem phi?. She if me
of the fastest eternvt heelers thnt ever navi
ijitcl ihe Ohio or Mississippi and is a rey.
ular ''PHtsburgher." W. F. Lambdin, pas.
senger aijeuf, will furnish tickets to
The James W. Gaff arrived at 11:30
yes'erday tnorniD. She discharged a
large lot of lumber aud several hundred
bales ot cottou at the Wabash & Pacific
wharf and departed fur C'mcinuati at 7
Capt. RoboWwe of the Js W. Gaff
took the train here list evenitg for Cincin
nati to attend the funeral of hi mother
rhdiml oit CiDciuoati 1ndif Dt'oroi
The Charles Morgan from Cincinosti, is
due here early this morning for New Or
lexDS. Pimsi ogi n goitifj south by river
can find uo better niod of transportaiiou
than the M'-rjau.
The Will S. Utys from New Orleans
passed ui) for Cincinosti at 1 :30 p.m., yes
terday. She had about 800 tons of freight
on board mostly sugar and niolssses.
Yesterday the weather moderated very
much and the streets were made quite
muddy rendering the streets disagreeably
The Gus Fowler as usual will report here
trom Pailucah this evening and leave on
return trip ut 4:30 p.m.
The Ohio is stid r"siug rtpidly, also the
Cumbei laud and Tennes?ee, are on a big
The Thos. Sherlock was advertised, to
leave Cincinnati last evening for New Or
leans. The Murdi Gras at New Orleans on Feb
Oth, promises to be a big thing.
No danger of a freeze up now in tho
Mr. Geo. W. Corliss is able to b out on
the street again after a long term of pros
tration with malarial fever. He had been
suffering altogether for thirteen mouths;
but is now un tho road to health again,
apon which his many frieuds will congrat
Mr- II. W. Bostwick is back from his
trip to St. Louis and through portions of
Southern Illinois, in tbo interest of tho
publishiug house of Hubbard Bros., of
St. Louis, for which he is tho general ageut
for IlliuoU. Iu Mr. Bostwick the pub
lishing housu has an experienced agi-nl mid
a live one.
Hon. D. T. Linogar is attending the
proceedings in the City of Cairo vs. St
Louis & Cairo railroad company, in the
office of Mossrs. Green & Gilbert. He is
tho principal attorney for the railroad com
pany. Dr. W. II. Maroan and family lleft hist
uight for Florida. They go direct to Tam
pa Buy, whoro they will remain until they
shall have found a place they may like
sufficiently well to make it the'r pormanout
Mrs. Foster was gome bettor yesterday,
day, She has beon very seriously ulck.
Mr. B. F. Par'kor Las hUtm in city for
ctcra! days on business.
COWDEN'8 CHIEF OUTLET TERMA.
NENTLY AND EFFECTUALLY
HIS SLANDERS AOAINbT CAPTAIN KAD8 AND
THE MIMIHSirt'I KIVEIl COMMISSION
REFUTED BV HIM OWN TESTIMONY
AND riJOHK 10 WHOM UK HE
KEHHEI) AS AL'TIIOHITV.
WasHISijtos, Jau 23. The houso spe
cial committee on tho Mississippi river con
cluded the examination of Capt. Cowden
to-daj in relation to his scheme for an out
let at Like H irgi.e. lie went over the
story of the phenomena of the Mississippi,
and the wonderful relief to navigation that
would be afforded by emplojiug him and
assuciate speculators to cut a ditch from
the river to Lake Borgne. His statement
was ornamented with (he usual sluts ami in
sinuations reflecting upon the character and
capacity of tho Mississippi river commis
sion, with which he has often entertained
committees of congress. In his first exam
ination before the commission, Cowdon
said the Mississippi river commission was
"a fraud an J a job." At the meeting tn
day Representative Ellis of Louisiana iiib r
rogated (,'owclen with refereuco to ti nt
charge, and insisted upon knowing what
foundation Cwdeo had for making it.
Mr. Ellis said the commissioners were
army officers, engineers an 1 civilians of
high character aud spotles record and if
Cowden had facts upon which to buse tho
charge that tlo-y are corrupt nu-n the cow
inisioncrs and the country weie entitled to
know hut these facts wero.
Mr. Cowden seemed somewhat surprised
at this demand, but replied th:it la?t sum
mer Capt. Jno. H. Baldwin of St. Lmis,
Mo., told him he was approached by par
tus from Capt. Eids' olh'ce who said to
him: "Uapt. Bildwin, we have set aside
over $700,000 for Plum Point reach, and if
you will n 'Id your mouth you shall hnv- a
Cowden said that was ail he knew. He
did not know who were the parties that a;i
proiched Capt. Baldwin. Mr. Ellis has teh:
graphed Capt. Bt'.dwin for further iulorma
tinn md will summon Baldwin its a witness
In tore the committee.
A correspondent of. the Missouri Re
publican iuierviewul Captain Jno. II. Bald
win of St. Louis with reference to the
above statement concerning him, nude by
Cowdeu, and elicited the f'llowing:
"Capt. Cowden is mistakeu in his state
ment. I uevcr said anything ot the sort to
him. Ho misconstrued a conveisiitico
that I had with him last stimuli r."
"What was the statement yu mad to
Capt. Cowden V
"t said to him 'a paity sail I can git
$090,003 for a certain amount of work at
Pitnu Point, "but which I can do for f'ijhty
or cne hundred thousand dollars."
"Wlm was the puny made the state-
"Well, it wis a party who did uot come
from Capt. Eads or from the river commis
sinn. Iu fact, I do uot know that he came
from anybody. I was telegraphed concern
ing Cowden 's statenieut from Washington,
and I will answer them at length as anon
It is certain that the longer a speech, the
weaker it is, but uot so w ill) a cold, the
longer it runs, the worse it becomes. A
cold, he it ever so sliu'ht, is uo it
should be checked in its early stages. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup is the'-Bilin of Oilesd"
that millions say is divine in its otigion.
COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand
Letter Heads, I
Note Heads, )
Irish Linen and flat
Envelopes of all kinds,
Den isi m's Tags,
Dray liekett, ) perforated with round
R -ceipt Bonks, hole perforating
Check Uook, 1 nriohine.
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All op which will h found at TriK
UciXKTis Jou OPKICE, No. 73 Ohio Levee.
Mil J.S, Li-Fav ur, artist, Saletu, Mass.,
says his rheumatism was rou'ed bv St.
Gustavo Dore is dead.
A uew comet has been sighted from the
observatory at Pueblo, Mexico,
Deaths by starvation are n-porle I to
have taken plaeo on the Irish coast.
Ex Empress Eugenie aids tho Napoleonic
d tinoiiHtration by going to Paris.
The Horghutii growers of St. Clair coun
ty are to hold convention at B'lllevillo
Booth was called before the certain
eighteen times when he appeared a Lear
The indictment against Frank James for
the Wichor murdar was quashed Tuesday
oo accouut of insufficient evidence Ho
was held tt ball in tbo sum of $3,500 for
the Blue Cut robbery.
Franco, ton s M. llcrve Mnnyon. pro
duces ttiilk which, if co'.li-cted, would
liifiko ti stream ;t foot 4 inches wide and
1 foot 1 inch deep, llowlng nighl and
day nil the vear round. Man, young
ui'iinaU, ami llm buiu-r and chei-so fac
tories iitiil.o tlii' hmn-nsi) product of
Head and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will .ell any of It. remilnlng luniU at one dol
lr p-r ucru ic. than the present pr.c from ibii
time until th flr-t day of O-t.Hier. ltW4. Alter
licit lUt- til-) pre.eiit pnrei will lie Featured. All
h Im ite.lre t purchit-e rhonld avail lho;nsei ei- of
this liberal offer ai oil' e. P. ItACiCiY,
Fiii partlcu'ar Inualrs uf
M. F A-iTEUD VV C ..
Ayr, fori. C. H. H. Land,
Notice labc-ehy jtlyen toa'l p:rona tnlere.u-d,
that tlie City CuDncll fifths City nt Culro. Jl loot.,
havl tK ordered a net fori n lo brdlnanrs No. fe-J.
Hi in t . That the lolloH'ms .likwt ki be cou
strucied of wood, viz on tbo .or, ih eld.i of
Eighth street, between Unl reail Mre r ai.dO .lo
Le.eti. -elrg one hundred and forty-five feet In
I'-nulii ; have applltd to ihc Coiinty'Joiir'of A'exan-d'.-r
i ounty f ir an Kfonrrient of the cuts wf aald
improvctneiiimci-ordito; to he ell tf, and an m
mam thereof hiviu; lieu made and returned to
said C jurt the dual toe,rine thereon will ho liai at
tne Mirrh Term of siid Court, c iintneneihj on I e
:oud Mo.idnv o' I8s3.
A!! perron (le.irlng mai then and there H'"r
and make drfeu.e.
N. A. DEVORE, i
D. J OALLKiAS, V Co
M. KAsTsKDA i',
Cairo. January -.4, 18s'l
Notico to Tax-payers.
I ill be at tlie fi,l o Iu2 naaie'tp'a' es fortbepiSr
pose of cllectlni' the revenu t of Alotand-r Conn
ty.anl -stato of 111 noi.for thejoar A.It. 1S8!. wh-n
1 hopt: lo mei t ail tai-payer., lesdy io pay the r
tnxe., and ail i hov no1 alle to iy ail their tmea
will b' ar in m nd tr.at I want th - pcronnl taie
palilitt once and real etute hIho II poe-ihle:
At tne .tore hotire of B. K.CnrO In fc. ch Rldgo
1'ieelnrt. on Monday, January iltnh, A D. 1S-3,
At tne .tore home oi J, M Howie lu the
town of Hodges' Park, In L'nltv Trcclucl, on Tin,
dav, JuniiHry :i- th, A. U. 1'8t.
At the .tore bou.e of Henry Hioi.a'ir In the
town ot Sandiifky. 1 ihnduek I'ruciuel, ou Wed
uc.dav Jamary Slat. A. D. i!
At the .tore house ot Marnlmll Aiguateen Id the
town of Elco. In klro l'r"cnct, on Ihursdsy,
Febraarv Ui. A. D. 1S?3.
At the r-irifiir)) of m . nunnaker. In Lake MilH
iian I'reciiict. on Mond-y. FeoriiHrj ."th, A.I) 18 3.
it the store house ol "F. 11. Atnertou, In (ionxc
IcIaiKi I'.ec nrt. n Tue-dav. Keh. fitb. A. 1). liM.
At the "tore house of A ll. l-cisutl iu town of
Sauta I ce, In allta ( rrecmct on Wedne.day,
Kebruary 7ili. A. 1) 1M.
At the sMjre hoii'e of (tiblni ,t Bsrlihonser m the
to-in of Thebe.,tn Thtiet, Precinct, on Thotadsv,
t'e' rtiury S U. A V. IsHi
At 'tie ft re home of Ja.ner Cu ley t Co., In
C'lt-.r ( reek IVcinct, on Krlday, F, bruarv nil,
A. D. 18:1.
At the store hnuae of James N'obl (. In Eat
Caic Oirardeau Precfuct, in Waturdav. February
iuth, A. D. Lust.
A' the .fire hon.o .-1 Peter Sam, In Firat Cairo
l'rcclurt, on Mondav, February 14th. A. l. 1SJ.
At the office of M.J. Unvley, In Second Cairo
rrec'nc:, on "iieaday, February 1.1th, A. D. IsSl.
At the a-oro home of latrick Hr.Rerald. In Third
C Iro I'rucii c:, ou Wednosday.Feliruarv Mill, A H,
At tho .tore hot-eof u. F. Ort, la FfhCalio
Preclnet. on Ttnrcday. Fesruary litn, A. It 1M.
t t-her fl' s offlre in C'-nrt-'bouse, In Fourth
Calr i I'reciiict. ou Friday, February ltMb. and dur
ing the remainder of tlie n.onth of Fehinury. A. D.
issl, wlirrp 1 bope to meet all pcrauns, owing
Uxes, la.if to lettla and sav. aciaue.
Yoan truly, JOHN H'DOBS,
fbcrl? rd ' rt'xlo C41tdur ufA-Wxauder Co.
ii 1 below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial lt nf article aud pr'cc,
Small i-'afes, - - $3 5r)toS3 "5
Cupboard, 5 00 to 5 BO
Cane Chairs, - 5 00 a set.
Breakfast Tables, 2 25 to 2 50
Sofa, - 00 to 6 50
Bed Lounges, 11 00
Carpets, - 19c to I-oeper yd.
Wardrobes, - 7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Rocker for 75c, larg:e size-
And a'l other Hon-chnld and hltcheii Furni
ture at .nine propoition, We have as linmeoao
:ock of all kind and uintt sell.
II. J. IIINSON,
Cor. lOth St. Ac Washington Ave
rpiIF. CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OMiO I.EVEB.
A 0(Mifral Baukluy business
:jtkhi-i;isk saving bank.
KXCLISIVELY A SAVISUS RANK.
C O 1
xVo. :7 I ; athSt.
. 1ST 1ST
The blond Is 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 are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities aree that uniting but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural coinlilum ; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Biiown'sIron Bhteks w ill thor
oughly ail 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, cau.it head
ache or constipation, and i y-osi-tiveiy
Saved his Child. -
17 N. Eutaw S:., iHimore, Md.
Gent: Vpn tie recommenda
tion of a fnsnd I tried Brown'
Ikon Hittkks n a tonic and re
iterative for my dauluer, uheui
I wa th,, roughly cuivim-cd ua
.oii.H away iih Consumption.
ILivitiij I, 'it three d.uiBtiter. hy the
terrible distase, unucr ti e care c(
eminent phykici'int, 1 loth to
tcliiie tnjt anyiioiij? C"uld arrel
tli pri'?rcss of llie ili'ease, but, ir
myre.it soryirise, before rev daugh
ter had ukeit one buttle of fiitows'
Ikon I'liTrns. she besn to mend
nJ now is rtu'te rctied lo former
health. A fifth daughter began lo
Vi'jw sign of C'oitHiniption, and
when tlie pbysicun a consulted
he quickly laid "Tonics were re
quired ;" and when Informed that
ll.e elder lister was L-ikinij Hkown'i
Ikov Hitters, responded "that i
ood tonic, take it."
IikowN's Iron- Cittkrs effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
(Lm such wasting diseases as Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc
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