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rUBLIBHID BT JOttH U. ODEKLY CO.
M. . HARnXT.t, ASBOCIATlt EDITOR.
'"tiakcr, llredcrlck, Fremont, Tcr
' , rjrand C3wln.
"Gt.l,, reporU a recent conversation
lie bad with a prominent Cnlnforntnn', us
"Yfho Was the ablest man you have
"No! nor Baker, either. They were
true men to their political convictions
'and Will Always take plcturesqe anil
prominent rank In the American hlhto
rr of the occupation of that cost. But
the ablest man wo ever had as u projec
tor, an executive ofllcer, and n man of
courage and easnclty, war this very
reble 'Duko' Gwlu. Wo all admit
that, who hate him, politically, linker
has uot a good namo for prlnclpto on our
coast. He would borrow five thousand
dollars from a friend and go lose it, at
faro, without any Idea of how or when
.he should replace it. Ifo lived and dfed
for dramatic cflccU; but he was the best
orator In California. Fremont Is tjio
most unpopular man on our cost. Con
nesa neter means to return there. Ho
enriched himself hero and now Uvea In
fine stylo with a young wife in Now
York city, Broderlck was a New York
fireman rubbed and toned down,
and pretty rough, after that. Judgo
'Terry, who killed him, is a practicing
lawyer in Nevada at this day. Brode
rlck had no. business to fight that duel.
Be was big enough to fight a rhinoceros
with a cudgel or his fist, but he never
could fire a pistol, except by drawing it
Up from his hip, bringing the band to
the shoulder, and firing as ho threw out
the hand. Ho could Ore In no other way,
and the day of tho duel he was a dead
man before be got to tho field. The
milkmen, coming to town in tho early
dawn, saw him on tho road, going to tho
field, aud they nald:
"'WeTBot hlrn, and he looked white
aa a corpse The nervo Is all out of him.'
"fHo stood up. discharged' his pistol
Into the ground a hair trigger and
Terry, observing It, murderod him coolly.
We all liked Dave Broderlck, but ho
wasn't made to fight duels. You must
comoouttoour coast, and bear about
these people from thoir neighbors. You
people In tho East construct the history
of these men, but wo know better."
MMMHTR President, Prof. of Lass-
v ' ar.ages,
' ' ' .,.-..rtf of Vataral Kclaacea
..arof. Mathematics and
Principal Hub luum
.-Prof. o Ka glials. .
Mfl.LK.jBUTn,rftcptret and Principal of Mu-
HIM W. WHITMAN, Principal of Primary School.
MUM O. WHITMAN, Assistant " .
MM. O. K. ELLIOT I-, Teacher of Ornamental Wntk.
. Courses of Study:
The C1aalcal and Scientific courses of thU Instltu
lion Include tha studies usually pursued, and upon
their successful completion Ilia regular degrees mo
co-ferred. mVBVf1uta acuoou
Tha coarse of 10 this aehool Includes Penmanship
Ooanertilal Arithmetic, Hook.Kcepliig, Telegraph
logaad Oorame relal Low, with tho degree, of Master
InlhUchoollnlriictIwiKltenln tho practice ot
music upoe Instruments, ami In theory, including
thorough Hose. Harmony, Counterpoint snd Ornpo
altioo, with referimcn to prarallou for teaching if
Thla department includes the studies nceeiMry jo
rpepare for regular counts In College.
It alio includea a court of study arranged for Ihota
whoea time or mean art) limited and are thereby un.
able to puruo on more extended.
Tuition per Session of 10 weeks, In Collcgi
Couraa i... - - 1 2i 03
Tultlin in Business bciiooi..,
In Preparatory Departiuent.,
" Iengueges ..... ......a..aa.. ......,..
Practice of Muoio... ......
" Theory of Music
aa It., tf r.t(ira.
Vocal Mimic, On class) fi t
Drawing !- I w
Tha Library and Heading RooinTwhlch contains nil
ina issuing ponouciais, are irrv u tiv mmi-m.
Hoard In private fauilllo, including light and fuel
can txi obumod at ironi ' l S per. week.
Tha noxl eluo opeiu on Thuradny, January S7t li
U"0. andcontiuuea w iritka.
Vor further iiifuriiiatlon addreta the 'renlilent,or
. 1 tl'lll,kLV
r v .to...'...,
JaulBwJm Clerk of Hoard of Trutitei.
DARtJAINS FOIt THE PEOPLE!
Hiring oloted out their old atock of Clothing, hare
K,argo ami Splendid Stock
Which embraces erery kind of
VavaUtonnbln (it-Bllcntcd'a Wear,
Andauch Mia suited to all classes.
They would ask especial attention to their supply of
3BC.ta tjp.ca. Cajpm,
In wlnchThey profess to lead tlje market Al to
their -f '
Which embrace all styles of Cloths, Castimers,
Tweeds, etc., frum which they manufacture
(XOTUINU to order,
In the best manner, and strictly fashionable. Tkeir
'taeMUemest'M umlnlilug QtMds
Is Tary complete, Including many noTcltles nerer be
fore brought to thla market.
TBUfaCS, OK KVEBT BTyi.E, VALISES, CARPET
Assured of their abilitr to sell goods frem their new
iaak, abaapertnan avar before, they rely on a dls
aiaralsiaslai public to citend them the patronsge ther
taietrt.!.' uJldatf '
, " t1 1 U II Olt
;,t :t i 'i . v.
.11. . T' .
SalvSlion for the Hair.
For Restoring to
Phalon's "Vitaja" difters
utterly from a)frthc udycs,"
" cdorcrSj'md " restorers "
(?) in; tiree. It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpidfingrant, and per
fectly inhcefchsaijs, precipitates
no muddy or flacJfivulsnt xnat
tcr, requires; no shahJng up,
and communicates noVtain to
the, skin v6f die, linen. No
paper curtain, is nectary to
conceal its tujjjirapiiararicc,
for the simjrtercason (liat
not turbm. It is, to all intents
and puTOoscs, a new discovery
in Toilly; Chemistry.
W Phafars " Vitalta" is
warranted to etisjt a change
in the color of theRjr within
10 days after the firStipnlica
tion, the direction! being r
IT IS AS CLfiR AS WATER I
AND iAR NO SEDIMENT.
Price, fcne Dollar per Box,
contSnino two liornxs.
Sold by al!)ruggists'.
. If, . your DruggiM -has- not
" Vitalia," on liandtf write; en
closing Si.ooand wc will
forward it yrnmcdiately.
Phaln & Son,
.57 Broadway, N.X
Deo, la. ltcadAwly. -
THE BEST and SUREST
ENDER'S . CHILL .CURE
CeuUlM ho e)ulttlae mr ArMMle,
Is not Vsiptensnnt o Ike Tula;
" CblMNH will 'It wl than t lieal t
. TUB fUIlMC AND
NAM' ENIXEXT Piri'MItCIANS
. f 4 i I Ii r i- i i
After a fair trial, jironounce it the best of all medi
cinesyei Known lor ino speeuy ami certain -.urr u
IT.VEIt nnd AOUEor CHILIS mid FEVEIt.
Chill, and Ferer are caused from a renain )loison
tiitlnir tn tho almosuhere known aa malaria, lire
duces the Tllollty of the blood retards the action of
uie uinereni organs, ana causes uiuieusoeas, vo"u
pation, etc., and In this way prepares tno system lor
any disease of a more ,eriou nature wmcn may loi-
low. io aTOiuiitrii)e,rol'iO. art iiviiqvtf voil'feu
KNii:it,s cmiiii Liti:.
It stimulates the orxans to perform iheirditlrrent
functions, and sets as an antidote to tne pnjsou which
rausos the h'orer and Ague, and thereby restores the
system to heitlth aud tonet and a coodtonln sttrh m
EXDEIt'S STOMACH HIlTEltS,
Will give strength and appetite, willdestioy that
feeling of weariness that clings so tenariously to any
.Y. . ... ,V. , . .1: 1 1 i5 l l.i.i!.
... .. ...... -.1 . - , v.". , r . i . '
And for couiba. colds, bronchitis and consiimntlon.
It Is not to bo sur fanned. AH A TONIC HEVKRAUK
ins uaequatieti, anu is a siue preventie against
i-niiis anu tcror u laitenreguiariy.
auWlr PADUCAII. KESTUCKT.
for ftale by llAllCUT llHOrt., Ohio Levee.
QiteeB8wre, liar Fixtures, tllassirnro
IIOVBB FDllNIalllINO GOODS,
Mas. 185 and 1ST, Com. Av. I CAIRO 'LL.
JOHrf UYJjAND'H BALOON.
Is supplied with all kind ot
Beer, Ale, aire.,
Oamsaartlalaraeue, betMlaih and Tenth ttreeleV
int uiirstr, wuu tuic .uvw ,ijuu,, vnvuiu alvv uiw
a rill, and these who wish to DUda rracrant clear can
Jura ihelrwanli supplied at his tar. i t exHM,l
. , jil. WAHDSElt, M. D.,
' """ CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Offlco ovcrl'osi Ofllce.
h ctJ ilm'wlC - Residence ' 69 Wnlnut street.
Jfnvliiv nnAhml an nflliwi In roiimi. ovnr din alnr 0
Messrs. HayiiM A nioo, No. 121 Commercial avenue,
begslcnro to ofTfr hti services to tholtltens'ofC'jlro.
UEfKKS TO,-l)r. N. H. lMvl, Chicago)
D. W. Hujmond, i:f., Chicago)
i ut-nj. niioKnoy. m. i.ouif;
lion. Thomas lrlne, Ohloi
i:,0. Ilootli, KKr.,Thlla,lelplilii.
JJJR; W.'It. SMITH,
PliYSICIAN AXD MJIUJEOX,
6rit)i:i;i iao , cojikkrciai. avk.n uk
. ,,(Orcr Ilannnu's llook 8iore,)'
No ii TJtlrtoYtitli ftroQta Jipl'i 11
c. . duxxixo, m. 1.
RfHl)EN'CE-Cor. Otli anil Walnut Streets
("PlCli-Cor.Otli Street nhd bhlo Leree.
OKFJCE lIOURKrom 0 a.m. to 11. in., and Irers
tlotD.mJR 1 ' dec'iltf
HEAb ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
VINST0N & CO.,
(HuccossorA to John Q, Harnian A Co.,)
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Duy and sell Real Estate, pay Taxes, furnishes
Abstracts of Title, and prepare Conreyanoes ef all
lads. Oince, No. 74 (W floor) Ohio l,etee. marlSt!
JLLTNOIS CENTRAL RAlMtOAlT
Uitlckc.sl Ruutc from the .Sutli
K(. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, t'lilcafco,
Her York, Boston;
ALL FOISTS EAST AXD NORTH.
I'asnenfar trains arrlto stand learo Cairo as full
Mall ' Ripresf.
AHItlVK JlSO A. W ... 3 ,13 P. M
DKl'AllT-aaO A. M . SH3 P. M
lloth trains connect . nt Centralla with trains on th
XaXAlxt, Taltl S3.
At .I'una. Decator, Dlaomlnxton; Kl Piuo, La Sails
Mendota, reeort, Raltna, Dubuque,
and all points In
Illinois, lowra, Minnesota, Missouri and
And with lines running East and West for
St. Louis, Snrlagfjcld, Loiilsrlllc, IbcIu
natl, Indianapolis aud oluuibHS,
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Mlonlna
Mouttrrn, and WlIkuk. Korl Wayne and
,Cril? ago Railroads for
W.VSHINOON 01V, and
A-ll 2Poixxts He.mt.
. Vn ikak ii.ii.ia hm lururmation, i'iOt a
Illinois Central Kallroad Depot.
W. 1'. JOHNSON,
Oeneral Passenier Agent, Clileago.
JAMK1 JOli.NbON, AfiCht, Cairo. lar.tldf
ENNSVr.VANIA CBNIHALR .
I) O II II I, t T It A K .
(11 XIIvs Hie Shortest Itoiitc to New York
Atl'ittsluiBtrilns from the West run direct to the
Union depot, wrro tawe ngers for llarrisburp, Haiti.
more, nasiiWKioii, i-niiaucjpnia, iew YorK, Jki.ton,
and all the ,Avtt KiiIuikI towns, nre transferred to
liny you ticket for New York, Philadelphia and" nil
polnlkiUst. via tho Pitubuia, I'ort Wayne A ChicaKO
and tho l'enw."rania Central Rallrond. Tho trains ol
1 L L I O I N CK X THAI
malce close rounectlons at Mattoon and Ctneaeo i and
the entire trip to New York Ii Hindu with oulr lo
ciianges ot ran,.
Elegant Wide ruMCiifccr Curn,
Ilnlacd Hoofa nsslprovad Heatal
Those ears are thorouuhl) ventilated and provided
mm ottij luixiriu miprurt.Ticni necessarr loine
safety and oorufon of tiaielers
Bnu throngli to Philadelphia on all Night Trains,
and New York via 1'hllndelpbla ondAIIrnlown, with.
uui i-iianKo, auuming- i vnsiUKOts a nijnt or imuis.
tuibed rest, and
I.audlnr Iheia In Sew Tork Jfonra In
Advance of nil other lineal
And In time to secure Hotel accommodatlcns before
me arrival oi tne passengers Dy oilier routes.
Tollostonand New England passengers this route
is especially desirable, aa it Kites tbsin an opportunity
of seeing the finest vlcwa among the Alleghany
Mountains, beside. visiting Pittsburg, Philadelphia
and New York, Without Kztrnoai.
T All New England passengers holding through
tlakets will be transferred, with their baggage, to Kail
nnd Host Connection, in Mew York, without charge.
Four Dally Trains XcftTO N. Y for Boston.
Tlilrteeu I)ailr Trains Leave FJilUdelpltla
lor noiT lor.
Via Jersey City and Cam Jen and Amboy. Distance,
VO miles; Time, 4 hours.
'rl. I. i V 1 i .. . u 1. Inv. . n I .
. ! ( iiipuiii i uiuw mj hiiivii wwh(ti n vuu tr.,.
Chicago Baturday afternoon, in a through car. .This
train leavea tho Pittsburg, l'ort Wayno It Chicago
Railway Depot a( 6:30 p.m. nnd runs through without
rielay.nrriving In New YorkuteWi Monday morning.
I, ,.. i .i ,.r i, i 1 1 .
jiuuia iu,AUiuai.u ua yisror uacii
Tim 0-0(1 t tn. irnln fmm .Chleam arrlr. in lf
nuiK uvvitJ u.iu. mo nr.iir.iu vai( aie aatisirv
1m AMnMA " V .. ...am U . , 1,1.
retpondlntr reduction to 110STON. I'llJlUDKLl'lllA,
ItAI.TIMUKl.and WAHHlNoTON, '
a A- ll...arA ..l,A.bn,l ll,.AMt,.i In nil .t.tlAM. 11.
lls.l91UICa I1U WAnilUlUlt'il,
" lVKfO vlicokuU through la all iUtloni on lh
rhUMelphiaAnU New Tork, from ituburg, Chicax.
-...I . -1 l l II' 1 , .'. 1 .
ftiiu hi, iiriucipiu , ratcrit v-ino.
ui irriKUt arm OApress ireigrn io any
.MM... w..a, w. v h hi. muiv. n ,a,i,aui ,iq are
charged by other lines. .
In the West.
EUWAUU Jf. WILLIAM",
'T. I..KIMBAM-, Paseiiger Agent, clilca.o.
ILLCOX & fIBBS
Nlltnt ' MM famlljr
SEWING U Machine I
IS THE BEST FOIl FAMILY USE.
Will BtllclB, Ilcrn, rell, Tnck, Cord.
Bind. Ilralil, t"Ut nnd Kinurolder
Ilpniitllnlljr. It Mill, with the KlNESTnecdloand
thread, run from perfect work on tho (lncst Nainsook.
overtholicavlostbOaTcrclothnnd cowhide, with NO
chango of needle, thread or tension. It will Use
course cotton, linon, ullk and twlno. It runs easier
fastor and stiller than any other machlno. It forms a
flat, even and cls.llo seam.illllerlns from every other
stitch, each loop being TWISTKI) by moans of
TflB "BOTATINtt HOOK," '
and drawing the twist into tho goods, thus securely
fastening every atltoh, so that the senm will bear to Ui
cut nt .frequent intervals; and tn thatcass even, the
senm Is warranted not tori ln wear, and under
alL circumstances to "surrivo Ihawoahtub." Old,
worn out family gnrmenls, bosoms, panls, dresses,
A-d., iiare been submitted toCominlllees at KAIIIH
where was tho (illEATKHT COMPETITION, nnd to
thla allien premiums have been awarded for its,
aiiperladly, Durability, Alaallclty nnd
Apat?ntl devlco preveats tho possibility of the
macJdno lieing run in tho wrong direction, or tho
llance wheel ever wearing' or tottchmg tho dros.
Till. NKHDIiK CANNOT UK SET WRONO.
Thus avoiding Ihegrent trouble of other machines.
TiO llltEAKINCJ OK NEEDLES,
The blade of the needle Is less ts.su three f urlhs
ef an inch long, and la straight.
Anyone may adjust them IN TIIK DARK. The
hem may be of any width. No other hcirinier or fel
ler la llko (Ma. It turns the hem on tho right or un
dcr side as you want it.
It will not drop Mlltclira, as the needle is
alwaya set right, the blade short am) straight, does
not vibrate, like longer ones. They are
MANUFACTURED WITH MATHEMATICAL PRE
CISION. Henoe, each part is interchangeable aw can be rendi
ly.roplaced In case of accident. II will Ut a genera
Ion. If properly oared for. Nona who has used II
sn bo persuaded to use any other.
. The roundness, vennra, durability and beanty ef
Us stitch. '
WERE NEVER EQUALED. .
Its RAPIDITY, A1UJ0LUTE SIILLNEHH. EASE
OK MOTION, narrowress and neatness of its MEM
and FELL were never approached by any other
The PRESS unlveraady pronounts this the REST
FAMILY HEWING .MACIiINE IN THE WORLD.
Whatever tha menu of the other machines, It Is no
disparagement to say the Wilcox A Uibba is worth,
for family use, double that ef any other ever offered
to the public.
It received tho Gold Kedal of the American ln
stlllllc tho KI1WT PREMIUM for
"THE I) EST UEWINO MACHINE,"
at the great New England Fair the Vermont Plate
Kslr the Pcnnsvlrania atatn Fair the IndlanaHtate
Falr-lheW Konslnlitate Fair the Michigan Htate
Fair tho lotn Htate Fair and at over tt County
Fairs throuihoutihe West making more First Prem
iums tr.sn were taken by all other riealng Machines
together In tho same time.
It Is bow the Great laU."Bg;FallySnIny
ALL OVER THE WORLD.
We lake other machines in exchange. We sell
Oil, Cottox. Hut. Twist and Nexolks for every kind
of riewlag Machine.
Ageenta Wanted. Tcrnis to Agents, dtscrlptlie
circular and specimens of work, sent free by mail, on
receipt of stamp, or had of
CORIVKLL, WARD a COMIX ON,
KAT IaiMBEH. "
W M. NEWELL,
Wholesale and Itetall dealer In
1IAK1 AND SOFT I.1JMBEK
Of all descriptions. , Nlearnboat Lunaber sawed
tn nr,lr on sliort notice. Also a general assorimei.s
NOTICE-Ordera left wlih Jos.
w ill bo promptly filled ulght or luy.
Jan 1st f
3GCmx-c1 z&d Soft liumtoer
of every description,
Lain, MslnRiM and Cedar Poato.
YARD AND OFFICE Corner Commercial aveaue and
Orders solicited and promptly filled. Steameoat
Kuipoer lurui.neu pn aauri nonce. wmi
TILLIAM W. THOHNTOlf,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Cedar I'esls, Doore, lash, Blinds and Wln-
OHce eu Tentk Hlreel,
ftweeo Commercial and Washlngtor Avenue
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Rotk River Paptr Company Sheathing Fell
11. W. Jolm'u laiprored Kotf bit
Aabaataa Caanant alwaya an faand
In luge or small quantities,
CHEAP FOR CANII!
Btulaeia Carda, (Ilrlstol) . to 7 par 1000
teaanboat Bill Heads . US tafl per 1000
Knytlopee $s to per 1009
Hill Ilends, lit per Hram
eiaier Work In Proportion-
WK GUARANTEE SATISFATIOJT,
BOOK Am JOB OFFICE
Thorntn's Bulltyw, Xeath St.,
. 1 . . 1 .1 " II ' ' IP ! i I i I ' ii
R SAIX-12 Shares ft Slock jn tho Cairo Oily
(Property Oomnan. i:. Wivrnv.
- - -at -lasV.i P sajBsjii jMa-ianara
. , ii
MANUFACTURER AN'H VKNllEiroP TlIE
1 t' I 1 '
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP
FOR TlIE CURB OF '
AGUE AND tfEVER
. ,; .
OU' CHILLS AXIITEK.
fl'HE proprietor of Uils vleUate,l iiindlclnojuilly
X elanui lor It n superiority over all remedies ner
ottered to the public for the ts)t, ttrtaln, 7r l-'r
tusrrl rrre of Ague and Ferer. or Chills and Fever
whether of short or lung standing. Ho refers to the
entire Western and Bouthwe.teru country to bear him
testimony to the truth of tho assertion, that In no
case whatever will Jt fall to cure, If the directions aru
strlctlrlollnwed and carried out. Ina great many
eases a single dose hns been sulllcient for n cure, anil
whoo families hato teen cured by a single bottle,
with n perfect restoration ot tho general health. II Is,
howover, prudent, nnd In every cnae raori certain to
cure. If It use l continued In smaller (loace for a
week or two after the dhraso ha? been checked, more
especially in ilimctilt and loot standing raacs. Usu
ally, this medicine will no! require any aid to keep
trio toaeb- In good order) should the patient, howov
er, require a cathartic, medicine, slier hating taken
three. or four dn.es of Hie Tonlo, a single dose ot
llull'a Vs-aelnblt- (anilly I'llle wTllJO sum
DR. JOHN IJUJ.L'ri Pneiui office,
ISO. 10 FlfrTII, (Croat. HtmeU)
To My Vidtcd Stale and VvrldWidc
I HAVE received many testimonials Iron, profes
sional and medical men, as my almanacs ana sri
ous publications have shown, all of which are genuine.
'J he following from a highly educated and popuUr
physician In Oeorgia, is certainly one ol the most
rniitile communications 1 have ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of, and his
testimony deserves to Le written In letters of gold,
Hear what the Itxtorsaya of Mnll'a Worn !
Villsnow, waraer Ounty, Oa., I
iUUHZI, ls0. I
Dr. Jo mk IJull IVsr b'iri I have recently given
your "Worm Destroyer" several trials, an find tt
wonderfully HBcaciou.. It baa nol failed In a single
Instance to havo the wlslied.for eSecU lauidalfga
pretty large county practice, and hate dairy Usitor
some article of the k:nd. I am ,fto loconfes
Jiat I know of no remedy recommended by the ablest
authorities thai la so certain an4 speedy lu It enacts.
On the contrary, ILer are uncrnainiu theeilicme,
My object In writing you is to End out upon wbst terms
I ceo gettbemedlclae directly frem you, If I can
Jet It Uon easy terms, I shall uw a gnat ileal i f it.
am aware that l ho use ol such article U contrary to
the teaching and practice of a great majority Ofllie
rfjrsiarliae discarding a round whlohwe knew to
tm sufficient, simply because we may le Ignorant of its
combination. Kor my put, lstaUmake Uaxdeto
use all and etrry means to alleviate sntlertng hurnau
Ity which 1 may bn aMe to command not hesitating
because some one taore Ingenious then mr self liaia
learned its eifevis first, anil secured the sole right to
secure that knowledge. However, 1 am by no means
au advocate or supporter of the thousand of worthless
nostrums that flood the conoty, that purport to cure,
ail meaner or aiseases lownicri arsn is neir. l ieu
soon, aoI Intormme oryoar best terms,
am, sir, very xeapeclfully,
J U LI UUP. CLEMENT, MVf
A GOOD KEASOX FOR THE GAFTAIN'S
Bend tho Cuptuln'a Letter and Ui letter
from his Mother :
lteolon Harraclu, Mo,, Apr''30. '.
DR. JOHN IIUI.I Diar Hlrr Knowing the effi
ciency of your Harsparllla, and the healing and bene
ficlal laalities it possesses, I send you the following
statement of my cs.ei
I was wounded al-jut two yeara ago was taken pris.
oner sndeanfloed for sixteen months, Ueing muted
so often, my wounds have not healed yet. 1 here nol
sat up moment stnee 1 was wonnded. 1 am shot
through the hip. My general health ia Impaired,
and I ueed something to a.utt nature, I hare more
faltk tu y our barsaparilla than In anything else. I wish
that trial la genuine. Pleaineapra lueatialf doaen
bottles, and oblige CAIX C. 1'. JOil.NbON.
St. Iouis. Mo.
P. H The tollowing v""' -written April W, 160, by
Mrs. Jennie Jahnson, mother of Opt. Johnson i
DR. JOHN llL'I.I- Ir Hiri My husband, Dr. C.
B. Jolinton, was a skillful surgeon and -physician In
Central New York, w hero he died, leaving Iheabote
V. P. Johnson in my care. At thirteen yeara of age.
he had a chrooio diarrhea and scrofula, for which I
gave him your Harsapanlla. IT CURED HIM. I
have for ten years recommended It to many in !Sew
Tork, Ohio and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and.
general debility. Perfect success has attended tt.
Vie (ur, (factsai HM rases i Hnf.U tmj ewr mtm
Kr ;n mtnnl.m. I am tery aniloua for my son
to again bale recourse to your forsaparilla. He is
frartul of getting a spurious artlcle. heuce his wilting
InyoiiforTt. His wounds were terrible, but I believe
h.w.11 recover. HW"r.JJwKII5 J0NHON
OEDRON BITTKRS !
raVrlK.4Xl.aanaj lxoXCi. SrODA
. Test:nioiiy or Medical Hen,
titony Point While Co., Ark. May 3, 'Co.
Dr. Jona Hi'tv Dear Bin Last February I was at
Loulstille purchasing drugs, and I got somoofyour
Sarsaparllla and Codrun Hitters.
Aiy son-in-law, woo was wuri me in ine siore, fits
been down with (he rheumatism for sown lime, com
menced on tho Hitters, and aoon found iu general
health Improved. H ''
Dr. Oltf. Who has been In bad health, tried them.
and he also Improved.
nt uoneo, wno una uccn in utu Health for aerersl
years rtostsrA ai hxtr atlected ha Improved very
much br the use of vour Hitters. ImleeJihe Cedron
Hitters Los given you great popularity iu this settle
ment, I think I coiil J sell a treat quantity of your
medicine this fall especially tho Cedron Hitters, and
Barsaparilla. Klilp iniiria Mrinpliisrareof lllcksttt
Prepared by DR, JOHN BULL at lilti
Laboratory, Fifth Street, Louisville, Ky.
For Stale by BAKCI-AV IIOII
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