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' ' 'tchTisukd, iir john n. oiikrly a co.
"" u. b. HAnnrti., aubociatk kditoii.
.1 A Rotntitlc Incident In the Lire of
a Wisvomin Justice ortlie
be IInily yet. '
I From the Milwaukee Wlioouiln, Feb. 13.
,.. .Last full, ft wcll-kuowu citizen of La
,', Ciosso county, ft venerable but halo and
"uhenrtyuld gentleman, eighty-three yoar
1ofaKo met with a most rornantlo luolil
tent while on an eastern trip. By some
' accident tlio train was delayed, and the
.u.Routleinatu Justin Jacobs, .Esq., went to
residence near. Judgo of the old man's
, iurnrlso to And that the lady of tlio house
L was one whom ho knew In early life. In.
deed, when both were young, In their
Ul emterii home, thoy had loved each other;
but the futcs as the lutes will sometime!
do such cruel work, separated them. Our
,Treadcra may boauro that 'L'qulro Jacobs
L ,-,-as glad to see the lady, and ho tlio lady
was glatl to see the 'squire. Both had
traveled a long way down tho hill of
"'life's Journey, and hoth had lost their
"consorts. What moro natural than they
should talk over tho olden tlmo and re
vivo tho airectlouato scenes of early life
. and what moro natural than that there
ahould spring from this rovlval the old
love, kindled anew, and tLat It should
. i n ....... It...
UUTIl into R uriEllt liuuie f Dugu nnsmo
-i case. Then and there they again plight
i. .'od their troth, and the 'squire oamo hohio
, aliaopy man, and thinklug Providence
for the railroad accident which glvo hiui
a now lease of life's Joys.
"- We learn from tlio La Croaso Repub
lican' that iu a fow days 'Squire Jacobs
leaves his homo to go cost, that liis
happiness may bo complete. Senator
Ranuey and Postmaster Lottrldgo, of
La Crosse, wore appointed a committee
to oek tho old gentleman "At what
period in life does nuptial felicity become
extinguished ?" and, as the joke is too
Rood to keep, wo must glvo the old
veteran's answer: "Boys, you must
ask' some man oldor than lam;" wheij
upon tho committoe adjourned trie die.
Tho good old 'squlro is a halo and
, vigorous man, who walks bis four mlleo
; daily to tho West Halom postofflce for
bis "mall matter." Ho is a great
reader. A. few years ago while holding
' court na a Justice of tho peace, ho sum
marily Bottled a Badly snarled quarrel
botween two litigants, the conflicting
testimony of whoso witnesses had "badly
mixed"- the court aDd audlcnco, about a
spotted calf that was the causo of litiga
tion and strife. 'Squlro Jacobs with a
look of unutterable disgust for all con
cerncd, decided thus: "I dismiss tho
suit, and. pay the costs myself, If the
parties will cry quits." Amid rlp-rbar-ous
applause, no one appealed from the
decision of the oourt.
'Squire Jacobs is a hero, every inch of
him., May God bless him in his new
Journey In life, and may it bo a happy
one for him and his, uud we but re-echo
tho.sentlinent of our outemporury, the
' Republican,' when we May, tnuy he live
a thousand years, and be tho happiest,
. merriest, lightest hearted man on tne
A COUGH, COLD OK SOKE
Itequlrp Immediate attention,
tntglcct olten result in a Incurable
I Lung Decease.
'Brown's Bronchial Troches
will niot Invariably give Inttant relief.
Par Jlroiicliltls, Astlimn, t.'alnrrli, Con
umptlrr nml Tliront DMcnsrM, tliey Imvu
MINUF.RH ANI 1'OllMG HPKAUEM
ute them la clear and strengthen tlio voice.
. Owing to Hie good roputatlon an J popularity oi the
Troches, many worthiest nd cheap Imitation are
offered, which are good for nothing, lie sure to
tOiriix (lit trua
BROWN'8 BRONCHIAL THO 01 IKS.
Hold Kvorywhoro. no23dliCm
A Kara CuUecllou.-KowlaiiiTB Heeelpta,
Magta Art, Discoveries, etc., comprising valunbte
Information for everybody, 8nt by mall, (froo oi
' postage) for 60 cent.
Addreu ft. H. NOKMANDr, Ml Market ntrect, St
Loali, Mo. te27dawly
Jlntcliclor'a Hair Dye.
Tiu uir iHTMt world doit not contain load-no
Vitriol poison to paralyse the ijfil'in or produce
ileal,. It I perfectly luirmlcss roll able Instantan
tou. AtoIJ tho vaunted and delusive preparation
"boasting HrtUt) they do not poiseu.lf you would
I'tcapo tho danger. Tho genulno W. A.llatqholor'a
Hair Die hits thirty year' reputation to uphold it:
, Integrity. Sold by Diugglal. Applied at 10 Itony
strut, n. y. notsuawi
Of nearly one hundred receipt for malting brandy
all kinds of Wine, Gin, Ale, Deer, Cordials, Euporior
i Older, and much other useful Information for those
dealing In or manufacturing any of the eboe, olllio
for the tradoorhomeuie.
Hoot by mill, free of poit(e, for W cent. Addre
It.' E. JfOHMANUr, 601 Market ttrcet, St. l.ouU, Mo,
If You H'avut
Material lo make a dollar bottle of the bet Hair lie
ilor'Ativoevcr uiodfor reaUring gray hair to ltori;
' inal color, tend Jieenti for a package.
- . If You Wal
.Nice Whllo Teeth, Healthy Gum, and a awect Ireath
aend for our TUUK181I UKNTltlKICK, trice, U
! r If TTou Wnut
1 A'aurecura for lcaJ.v:lie, Catarrh, Difno, or but
ting m the ear, (end for our BTEltKUTATOUY
Trice 88 cent.
uauHitheroi theaboio rent pout-paid on receipt
Addrc Joatph K. Ljchur, 4)1 Market tret, St,
1.QUU. mo. tit Iydw
AN KSSAr FOIl VOU.VO MEN, on I'hyilologicai
r.rror, Aoueana uueaie, Incident to TwOth and
Early Manhood, which create 'impediment to MAR.
WAflK, withaure mean of relief. Htntin aealed let
ter nrelope, free of charge. Addren, Dr. 8. SKIL
LIN lipVCHTON, Howard Aoclatlon, ThllMlel.
It'omnu nud NocUI Evil.
EmMronyo.NoMi-.-The true eitlmato of wo.
wao-the fmppluet of an honoraMo marriago-the
caarful 'rtocl.il Kvilivf the day, tho cauio and cure,
went free, In aealed enrelope. Addre, HOWARli
AbSOClATION, Box P, l'hlltdelphla, I'a.
To all w horn It may concern.
M0., Two Hale Cotton. Unlet iam I called for
property prnren and demand paid wjthln thirty day
the jam will be old for account of charge. For rar.
ISj M?in" pnnk M Unail" Wl
boat, Cwroj III. Kebs.Jmd
SalvSdon for the Hair.
For Restoring to Gflw Hair its
Phalon's "ViTAr differs
utterly fromaWfuie udycs,"
" colorerViind " restorers "
(?) in jjfce. It acts on a
totally duFcrent principle. It
is limpjdragrant, and per
fectly innottaijs, precipitates
no, muddy or flaSsJulent mat
ter, requires no shaldng up,
and communicates notain to
the skin or the lineJ. No
paper curtain is nectary to
conceal its turhjid'ppcarance,
for the simpiereason that it is
not turbtfC It is, to all intents
and puifcoscs, a new discovery
in Toil)t Chemistry.
W PKaWs " Vitalta" is
warranted to erSt a change
in the color of thenar widun
l o days after die nrstlapnlica-
uon, me direction oeing
IT IS AS CUaRR AS WATER I
AND JTAS NO SEDIMENT.
Price, One Dollar per Box,
TON-flNlNG TWO JIOTTLUJ.
Sold by allSDruggists.
If your Druggisj has not
" Vitalia " on handf write, en
closing $i.oand we will
forward it immediately.
Phal(n & Son,
.517 Broadway, N. X
Dec. 18. HCMAwly.
Qupfngrrarc, liar Fixtures, Glassware
HOl'SB PUK?fI8IIINa GOODH,
Na. IDS and I8T,Cem. Av,
1 CAino ILL.
Meisn. 0. V. Yeajer A Co., near corner of Eighth
trretand Comnivrcial atenu, have auppllivl them
selves with one of 1). McDonald i Co.'a lafalliMe
Meter Tester. Parties dissatisfied with the reenter
ing of their meter can now hare them tested. If the
meters ure found true tho small expenae of the test
will bo charted to Uie party cuinc it i if th meter
in lound Incorrect, no rharce will f made mylMf
THE BliSS'l and SUREST
OX TXXX1 AGB i
CoatAlna no Quinine or Arseulc,
la not Vuilenniit to the Taetei
Clilldreii will tnke It without lienltat
THE PUBLIC AND
MANY K.UINEVT PHYSICIANS
After a fair trial, pronounre It tho of all mdl
ciues yei Known lur me speeuy anu cenaiu lure 01
FEVER nud AGUE, or CHILLS aud FEVER.
Chill and Kever arecautnd from a certain poison
existing In the atmosidiere known a malaria. 1 1 re
duces Hi vitality of the blsod retards the action of
ine umerent organs, ami cause iimtouancM, untl.
ij.iiuu( ciq,, iuu in midway prepare ine system lor
low. To avoid furthe
vi itii u lease, i.tKO
NDKRS CIIIIX CURE.
It ttllHUlfcteJI the OriAWt tn nnrtnrm hi .i.ff. ....
functions, and met! us an antlrfmn in in nAunnuhuv. 1
cubci the i Fnver nml Ague, and thereby retorea the I
vaitvui u ucbhji aim oac; una if fooaiooio auch at
ENDEli'S STOMACH UITTEllS,
Will aire strength and annrlll.
o, will destroy that
feeling of weariness that clings s
0 tenarlouslv in mr
en receverinu from this iln it i. i.ui.ii
reoommanded for the cure of Dyipepsla, '
Andforcougba.coldbrouehltl and consumption,
II I not to be surpassed. AH A TONIC DEVEItAa
Itlsuaeaua ed. ir.a u ,m. n,..ntiJl .-.if;
Chill and Fever If taken regularly.
Da. v. u. KNoaaii,
aalllv PADUCAH. KENTUCKT.
For Bl by HARCIiAY JIKOB., Ohio Letee,
H. WAKItt'EK, M. 13.,
Offloe ofc'rl'uit Omee.
epidumf Residence ft9 Walnut treet.
Hnvhc opened nn ofilco in ronmi oferthnitoreo
Messrs, lliiii .t Bloo, No. Hit Commercial avenue,
begs love to oiler lni serlces to thccitltcnsofCitlro.
REFERS TO Dr. N rt. Dnvl. Chicago;
11. Y. Raymond, !,, Chicago)
IIpiJ. Shi'kney St. J.oul'i
Hon. Tlioinns lowing, Ohio)
10. (1 llnnlh. lMilloilalnlila.
K. W. It. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
tU'l'ICE 130 COJIMKHCIAI. ATKXU
(Orcr Hannou'a Book 8torei).
it hi laai. N). 11 Thirteenth tilrett.
C. W. BUXNINH, M. B.
KKS.'.DENCU-Cor. Oth nnd Walnut
OKKICE-Cor. Oth Street mtd Ohio Leree.
V a. in, to 12 in., and Iran
REAL ESTATE; BROKERS, ETC.
(Succeor to John Q. Hutu an A Co.,)
REAL ESTATE AGENT
nur and sella Real Estate. ry Taxes, furnlt
Abstracts of Title, and prerare Conftyancea of all
lads. Office, No. 74(ld Boor) Ohio Leree. morlltf
JLLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Quickest Ronto from tho SatU
Bt. l.onl, LoataTllle, ClBelnaatl, Chleaa0,
new xorai, atoaion;
all poixts east asd north.
I'aaaenger train arrlro at and learaCalro a foil
-sua p. M
Roth train connect at Centralfa with train on th
TVtalxx Til n o.
At rona, Decatur, Illeomluulon, Kl Tato, La Halle
MendoUt, rreeport, Oalona, Dubuque,
and all point In
lltliint, Iovra, Mlnnootat, Mlaurl and
And with line running East and West for
St. L011I1, Kprln?(lcl(lf LouUrllle, Incla
mill, iiiuiauapoiu aau oiutnbai,
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. Mlchicaa
oowr.irn, anu i-uuourg, ron nayneana
Chicago Railroad for
t 11 . ?
14 u a
WAHUlNGON C1T, and
For Ihrouch ticket and Information, acnlr
IllmoU Central lullroad Depot.
Oearral Pajttngtr Agent, ChUago.
.'AM El JOIl.NsO.V, Agent, Cairo. . aal3dt!
I O II i, C T RACK.
Gl Ullo tlio Shortcut Route to Nen York!
At Pittalllic trIna from the WmI nin dlreot In lh
Union depot, te postenger for Harrisburr. Boltl
more. Wuhlnctou. l'hiladrluhia. Nw Tcrk. ltcston.
and all the : w Engiaul towns, are transferred to
iraina ut iiiq
you tickets for New Tork, Philadelphia a;
ut. via the PitUbur. Fort Wayne A CI
0 Pern. -isnla Centr J lUUroad. The tn
I JL JL
maliecloKo connections at Mat too 0 andChiearo; aaj
the entire trin to New Tort; I. mH with Mil Iwn
Change of car.
Elegnut Wldo raoHcngcr Cart,
KMlaod Roofa aalprovad Heatat
Tliepe'cars are thorourhK ni!ut.i .nl r.fr,.l,I.J
with every modern lmprove.nt sect ssary to the
safely and comfort of traveler
KTATE ROO.n SLEEPING C'AUH,
Ilun throuzh to Phlladslahla on nil Mloht Tm.
aud New York via Phllolelphia and Allentown, with,
nut chanire, atfordiOc; Possesceis a jilebt of undl.
tutbed ret, and
Landlatj Uicu In New Tr.k Masjrs la
Advance of all other Llaeal
And In time to secure Hotel oecoraiaodatlcn before
wievrivai 01 in puasengvr by other route.
ToUostonand New Enirland nuni.r tl.l.
in EiniwiT ucairame,M ngiTeawtuan opportunity
of teeing the finest view amons the Alleaihan
MounUim, betldea visitlna Pituburg, Philadelphia
.if" All New England pawenger holding through
ticket will be transferred, with their baggage, to Kail
muu ..w.k wumHuu, u 4ivw auric, witnO'Ui cuarg.
Four Dally Trains LemreN. Y for Bo.to.
Tlilrlceu Dallr Trains Leare FklladelpkU
avr iicn ivra,
Via Jersey City and Camden and Am tor. Distance,
vo miiei, -ime, t nouis.
Thit I the only root by which Mai.r. u...
Chicago Baturday afternoon, in a through car. Thu
train leaves the I'klsburir. Kort Wm. Or r?M....
Kailway Depot at 6:30 p.m. and run through witheut
delay. arriving nNew York at 6co Monday mernlni.
Hours lu Ad r unco or Otker Llaes I
The 0:00 n.m. train from Chlcira oitIt.. i v.-
Rork at 8:44 a.m. the SECOND UAV. u l.u ..-.
Ill AUvimco of any other Ksiuta I with cor.
responding reduction to DObToN, PHILADELPHIA
lHl.TlMOltK and WASHINOTON. w
t , J'fffJI0 ohocked through to all itatlont en the
Line ot the Pennsylvania Hallway, and to UsJifmor
phlaand New York, from I'itHburg. Ohlco.
and all principal Western Cities
freinht and exnret frslirht in ....
re at all times a favorable a ore
charted bv oilier line
avr Through ticket for sale at the principal offlcer
In the West.
.MWAKD H. WILLIAMS,
General bvperinteudent, Altooaa Pa.
T. I KIMDALL, PM.eaf er Ajtn, Chicago.
I prepared to All ordeia promptly and
With the bent aak ami hlpknrv tirnwnaii
Leave ordor at Hulen' old stand, or
at the rmst
WATCHMAKER A JKUEEltY
Elglitta Utreet, Near Crusaorelal ACiue,
CAIUO, .... ILLINOIS.
noll.wSm F. 0. JORDAN, Agent.
II, F. PARKEn. 11. V. BLAKE.
JpAKKER A, BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZIXC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND P'JTTY
Bruahei, 'Wall Paper aud Window
95 OHIO LEVER CAIRO, ILL
088 COAL YAKD.
JAMES ROSS, Proprietor
ppaall rat -f Elevaata attreet.
Keeps eonttantly on hand Pittsburg, ML Carbon,
and DuQneln Coals, which will be delivered In quan
tities ts suit, In any port of the city.
All Coal weighed, and full meoaiira guaranteed.
Terra itrleuy canhSn oA cases, dM-lf
RY GOODS AND GHOCEIUES.
IN THE FOURTH WARD.
It Introdaeed Into hi Fourth Ward Grocery eitab.
llshment a Dry Good department, embracing every
article usually foiud in the regular dry goods bouses
af the city.
Mtaple aktd Fancy Dry Soodt,
Of every description, Hoilerr, Notions. Uoola and
fchoes, and a complete assortment generally.
The patronage f the public I invited, the proprie
tor guaranteeing to sell anything in hi line, hther
Dry Good or lirocertes, a cheap a they ran be
bought anywhere In the city:
lUimembtr the place, next door to the corner of
Poplar and Nineteenth stisrt.
Ehe Grocery establishment at )he comer of Sixth
and Commercial, will be maintained & usuoi. one ef
the best itocked la the city. oetlttf.
Wholeoal and Xstall dealer lu
UABD AND HO FT LUMBER
Of all descriptions. traiabat Isanbar aowed
to order en short notice. Alsoaeueral assortment
a hand in yard.
NOTICE-Order lsft with G. T.
will be promptly filled night or dty.
XXvxtl axxcS. Mo ft Hiuxxxloex-
of every deaetiptloa,
Lata, aklaclaa aad Cdar Paata.
TAD AND OPriCKCeraer Commercial avaou and
Ord.r solicited and promptly filled. 8tauoot
Lumber furnished on aaort notice.
ILLIAM W. THORNTOK,
Whale! and IUtail Dealer In
Cedar Pact, Dar, lah, llllada aad Mil.
Oaloe mn Tenth Street,
atwees OommeretaJ oad Washington AvtLU
Stock RUtr Popir Oompantfi hhtathlng Jt'tU
B. W. Jcka's laprored KolBr
Aibealoa Cemeat alwaya an hand
In large or small 'piantitlei,
B ulaa Cards, (Bristol) . lo 07 per 1000
Hfea-tbaal Hill Head . 99 1 $8 par 1000
Kat-eloyea, (M pr 1009
IU Head, - 18 per li east
Other Work Ita Proportion
WE GUARANTEE SATISFATIOX.
BOOK AND JOB OFFICF
ThoratB'. Bnlldlntr, Tcath St.,
1 ! " " for"ale ""
T7R MALE It Bharea ef Stock In the Cat ro City
1? Prooerty Company. C WINSTON,
Jan. Had, mo, if
OB rS ALE.
Three Farms. One or all will be sold or BXcaaage for
Cairo city proper!. laqulreof
DR. JOHN BTJXijL
MANUFACTURKIl AND VENDKIt OK T1IK
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP
FOIl TUB CUIIK OK
AGUE AND FEVER
OB CHILLS ANDTEK.
ri'Ilfc proprietor of this celebrated medicine Justly
JLclaiins lur Itn auperiiirily over all remedies evur
ollereiltotho jiubllcfortho.;Mer(u, tpitdf iU tr
wuitrt errs of Ague and Fever, or Chill and Feter
whether of ahurt or long standing. He refurs lo the
entire W estern and 5?oulhwetern country to lwr him
testimony to the truth of tho assortlou, that In no
caao whw vcr will It fiUI to curt-, lf,the directions are
ttrictlvlolloMcd and carried out. In a great many
cne n Pltiglo dose Ims been sutflclent for h cure, and
whole families have been cured by a single bottle,
with a perfect restoration ot the general health. It is,
however, prudent, and In every case mure certain to
cure. If Its uie Is continual n sniiller doses for
week or lp after tho ill. ., Iiae Urn chucked, more
especially in dllhcult and lone, standing case, t'su
ally, tins medlclmi will not reiiulreany aid lo keep
tno towels In good orderi should the patient, hoei.
er, reciiiiri. CBthaitio medicine, after having taken
'.'.'r,'.0..or..four do.t or ll.u Tonlo, single dose ot
llull'a leetalile fnuitly 1IIU will bo suttl.
Dlt. JOHN HULL'd Pricipal oRcoi
KO. 10 FIFTH, (Cron Ntrcet,)
To My United
Header i :
Mate and World- Wide
IHAVR received many lestimomal Irom profrs
lonal and mdlcl rnen, my alwana4 onu vari
ous publications have shown, all of which are genuine.
Ihe following from a highly educated and popular
phyalcian In Oeorgia, I certainly oeeol the inoti
sensible communications I hav ever received. Dr
Clement knows exactly wliatne apeak of, and his
testimony deserves to Le written In Utters of gold.
Hear what the lHxiory of Mull'a Wortn uea
Vlllaaow, VvauerCeUnly. Oa., I
JuneO, IK. I
Dr. Jou Ui ixIxar Hin I have recently given
your "Worm Destroyer" several trials, atu hud it
wonderfully efUcacloua. It has not failed fn a eingl
Instance to hate Ihe wishvd'for eCect, lorn doing a
pretty large county practice, and hale daily us lor
some article of the kind, lam frMtoeonfe.s
Jim I know of no remedy rvoommended by the aUest
authorities that Is a certain and iptedylnlts eSects,
On the contraiy, tier are uncertain In the extreme,
My object in writing you la to find out UKo what terms
1 ran get the meuiclne directly frem you. Jf t can
5 el M UKn easy terms, 1 shall nsn a great deal of .t.
am aware thai lite usaolsucharliclu I contrary lo
the teachings and practice of a great majority of Ihe
r(lrl!ne diaertdlsg a remedy which we know lo
U sutficirnt, slmj.ly because we may be Ignorant of ts
combination. For my ptrt, I shall make ilaruleto
use all and every mean to alleviate sutlering human
lly which I may bo able to command noljtetilat.ng
because abase one more Ingenious than m self have
learned Its effects first, and secured the sole right to
secure that knowledge. Ilewever, lam by do means
an advocate or supporter of the thousand of worthless
nostrums that flood the county, that parpurt to dire
all manner ol disease-to which lch Is heir. Plei.
reply aoon. and Isform in ofyour beet terms,
lam, sir, very respectfully,
A GOOD UEAS0.V FOB THE CAITAI.N'.S
Ikivd tho Captain's Letter and tho Letter
from hits Mother :
lirnton Iiairack, Mo., April JO, 1W,
DH. JOHN ItOLImar Sirs Knowiag ihs ffl.
elency of your Harrilla, and Ihe healing and bene
ficial qualltie itpoasesset, I end yon the fullowing
aiAiemsot of my case I
I wo wounded about two year ago wa taken pris.
oinr andoonfioed for ilxteen months. Wemg mouxj
mi often, my ounds have uot healed yet. 1 Zave hot
aat upa moment ainc 1 wa wonaded, I am shot
through the hips. My gauertd health 1 Impaired,
aud I ul something to assist nature. I have mor
fulthlnyourHfpanllathaniiiauytblagril0. I wish
that that isgenuinu. Pleuu express me a half dosen
bottles, and oblige 0A1T. C. P. JOIINriON,
Ut. Louis. Mo.
P. H The following wat written April 80, l, by
Mrs. Jennie Jhn-m, mother of Capt. Johnson t
Dlt. JOUN UULL-Deorbiri My husband, Dr. C.
8. Jobuton, wm a skillful surgeon and physician in
Central New York, where lie died, leaving the above
0, P, John. on id my cam. At thirteen years . of age.
he had a chroma diarrhea and scrofula, for which l
gave him yourSan.apar.il. IT CUUKD lllMi 1
hare fur ten vear recommended it to many In New
franul of getting a spurious article, hence ins wr iting
royouiorit. in wounu. .no irmwiv, wm. . wti.i.
too will recover. ttioctfullyi
OE.DR03ST BITTIORS !
-rlr lra sal - l-9X'tdl TlTOXXX
Teatlouaa of Medical Meal, i
ritony Paint Wilto Co., Ark. May SB, 'U.
Vr.Jonn Uvtu-Dear.Sir: Lost lebruary I was at
Ixulvllie purchasing drug, and I got lome ofyour
My on. In-law. wh wa with me fn the (lore, ha'
been down with Ihe rlnumaifiim for some time, coi
menced on tho' nitters, ivad noon found hi goperal
'l'lVrnrwho has been In iUl health, tried them,
and he alHO Improved. ...,,- ,
Dr Coffee, who ha been la Xai Iiealth for .several
yeara itmuuk anil Urtr nt!eeled-la InlproTed very
much by the uo of your JJltter. InileoaHialCedron
lillter- ha given you great popularity In thl settle
ment. I think I could sell great quantity ef your
medicine thin fall especially thaCedroa Bitters and
8araparllla. Khlp me xia femphl care of Hlckttt A
Iter'?. B. WALKEIt,
Prnn.r.,,1 hv nil JOir"'" ""iL at Ilia
Laboretory, I'lftU fitrotVWnitVafUlIe, Ky.
For Sulo by BAROLir IROS
loru, uiuo ami lowa, lor scroiuia, lever
general debility. Perfect success Ium attended it.
lit nru tJnttJi "mi rail e ttrffuU and imtr urn
tetrt ahuui nirtnU: 1 am very anxiou fur.my son
in .train li.rn n'Qiirse to rour riarsaiuirilla. Ho Is