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"Wood pump, lUp laddan, iklrt and
brtad bottatttlltlleT'i. 12-19-lm
Bmt cooking ttoYta In the market at
A, Hnllty'i, Mo. 168, TrtatnlBgton aronua.
A. iimi lot of box itoTM for churches
and KaooMiouiet, cheap at Halley't.
Good faouia to rant on Nineteenth
atreet. Apply to Klllolt Haytborn, 150
Commercial BTtnue, lll2t.
In your doori and gatei ihut -with
tha Dadly iprlng from Halley'i .
Vatmth A Uhl hare Hfty barrelt or
akoleo orangM which they ara idling at
$ par bbl alio, tan boxaa lemont, juit
raoaWad and for lala. l-ll-3t
iLBim J. R. Fuhi of Bureka, 111.,
will preach at tha Chrlitlan church, on
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., and 7 p. .
All ara cordially invited. lll2t.
UxxciAiiTa, clarki, or any olhere who
with to wear flna boott either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very lateet
atyle, go to Wnt Bhler'i, on Twentieth
treat. 10 18tf.
It you want your piano or organ tuned
or repaired, apply to tha Conieryatory of
Muilc, corner of Wublnfton avenue and
Twelfth etraet. Satiifactlon guaranteed
or no pay. lw
Stbtb Amiklmebt, the bar-keeper, hu
opened a flna ealoon in Louie Blatteau'i
old atand, wbera can bo found, at all
timet, Steva iervinghit cut torn en with
Cow fob Sals Part d urban, good
xallker four yaare old. For particular!
enquire at The Bcllbtik offlco. tf
Wavtxo Copying a lady offer her
tervicee ae a copyist Addrett box Oil
poet-office. M4 2t
NoTica le baraby given that I will pay
ao bills for geodt told to any of tha em'
ployee of Tmn Cairo Bullctix, either
for themtelvet or for tha uta of the office
unlett the tame are furnished on an order
algned by Mr. Burnett or roytelf.
12201 Joint II. Ouxrlt,
PiAxoa axp Omaxi. E. fc W. Buder
ara the only agent that keep planoi and
organt In itock in Southern Illinois. They
kaep different makes, Knabe't, Bauer't
tc. Call and examine the Instrument!, at
they ara of the beat In the country.
Mb.Obo. STKisnouRK, barber and hair
dreater, corner of Bfghth ttreet and Com
mercial avenue,deiirea to call the attention
of tha bearded community to bit neatly ar
ranged taloon, and the feet that he it mat
tar of bit profaetion in all Ita branchet.
Ha hu bearded many a lion in bit den, and
calltfor mora. tf.
Ha. Wm. Bbowk hu opened a day
boarding houto In Buder't block, corner
of Blghth and WathIngton, and it pre
pared to accommodate an unlimited num
ber with day board at $4 63 per week.
Meal will be furniihed at all hour of the
day in flrtt-clatt ttyle. The table will be
aupplied with the belt the market and
tha teaton afford. For particular! apply
at tha home. 12-31-lm
Waxtid. Day boardan at tha Thalia
taloon, opposite Tbk Bollxtik office.
To akt of our friendi who dotira a
flrtt-clais article in tha line of boots, shoos
or gaiters, made to order, of tha best stock,
and In any ttylo or pattern desired, we
would tay try Wm Ehler's before going
elsewhere. 10 19tf
Samuel Smith, medium lecturor, will
give public lectures and private sesncos.
All communications confidential. Addrett
1-1-lm P. O. Box 780, Cairo, lilt.
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
othori whose buiinott layt out of doori,
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper ought to wear good,
heavy water-proof boots, can got just what
they want by calling on Wm. Kblors. lie
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear well and givo goneral sat
No. 93 Ohio Leveo, Cairo, Illinois
commission merchant, and dealer In hides,
furs, wool and leather. Hlghoit cath prlco
paid for all kinds of old motal, coppor
brut, rags, and paper stock. Liberal ad
vances made to responsible shippers,
raics list or rent.
Mink from 25c. to $2 00
Coons ." 10c. to 45
Dry Flint Hides from lCc.to 181
Green do ic. to 9
Otter from 13 00 to 7 00
Hate " 10c. to 15
Opossum " J....Cc. to IS
Rags IJc. to 2
Paper " lc. to 3
Wrought Iron per lb ..lc to 1J
Cast do perlOOIbt, 00c to 110
Sheep PalU each C5 to 75
Gbkat Bargain! at Blum & Ambon's
Everybody withlng to obtain bargains
In dry goods, boots and shoes, clothing,
bats and caps, should call at Blum & Am
son's, on Eighth street, where can bo
found a large stock of any of the above
named goods, which aro botng told at
ruinous prices. Remember the place,
Eighth ttreot, first building below Com
mercial avenue. 1-4-lm
Mat. Orundy says that tho Sozodont
eclipses all other preparations for the
tth and gums. And what Mrs. U. says
It reiterated mott emphatically by ninety
nino one-bundredlhs of tho beauty and
fashion of the land. l-l'Jeod&wlw.
A Family Thkaburk- Tho happlott
and best member of a family is usually
called tho light of the household, because,
besides being bappy and cheerful himself,
or herself, he or the makes all else bappy
or cheerful. Tho Charter Oak Stove is
such a treasure l-12d&wlt.
Important to IIorsemen. Prof.
" Anderson's Dermador " it the bst lini
ment in use for horset. Tbit fact It
known by numerout letters from all parts
of the country. A late one reads as fol
lows: We have been experimenting with your
Dermador on horse flesh, and find it a
very superior remedy much tuperior to
any other liniment we ever used in our
livery liable. Pleue tend ut two dozen
large bottles by express, C. O. D.
Watson & Cooper,
Seo advertisement in another col
LOOK Here. The following are the un
precedented low prices at which Ilardy
aad Greenwald, 106 Commercial avenue,
ara manufacturing all kinds of boots,
Wellingtoa French-calf booU $12 00
jtJj double toled 12 50
Tonrtr boot, a a 14 00
Sitto, double soled 14 CO
Sawed gaiters, plain 8 00
And all other work done at correspond
log low price. Repairing dona with '
neatnata and dipatch. Only tha best
material used, and all work guaranteed.
Good Nxwa One of the largest and
Boat complete itock of custom-made boot!
and ihoaa aver brought to tbit market, hu
juit been received by Mettrs. Ilardy &
Qreanwold, No. 105 Commercial ave.
These csntltmen are both practical work
Bien'in the boot and tboe butineu; have
tiut a larger experience, and cannot be de
prived into purchasing anything but tha
vary batt itock.
They employ a number of first-class
workman at their establishment, and are
manufacturing xvert varixty and
bttlk of Ladies and Misses' shoes and
gaitert at St. Louts prices, and guarantee
latitfaction. They make these a specialty
They also make to ordor all kinds of fine
calf, kip or leather boots, in style and price
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
In the Wait. All goods warrantod to bo
at represented. tf
O. & V. HACKS.
Mr. J. R. Cunningham's popular ox
press wagons and passenger back will
connect with every outgoing and Incom
ing train on the Cairo and Vlncenncs
railroad, conveying to and from tho depot
to or from any place in the city botli pas
engert and baggage. Ordert left at 85
Commercial avenue, or tent through tho
mall, will be promptly respondod to.
Arrives from Mound City at 7:30 a ni
Leavei for Tunnel at 8:00 m
Arrive from Tunnel at 7:00 p m
Leavei for Mound City at 7:30 pm
Hacki will leave 85 Commercial avenue.
corner of Sixth itreet, at 7 a m. and o
p. m. . 13-'J2tf
Received dally by aspresi at Winter'!
grocery In Winter1 block, tho following
good kept in icei Fresh white
fltb, talmon, batt and perch;
' fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tha can at 40c to families, warranted
good; alto Now York tound't, by the
quart; clami and freih lobsters; totilrreli,
ducka and other garnet calary and fresh
Ohio butter, alwayi on hand ; alio all
kind! of vegetable! and fanoy groceries,
ill eta bait, ate., besides a variety of otbar
article, laoludlBg orange and lemont, all
or waieh will be told at a fair living profit,
What unspeakable relief is afforded to
the burniog and throbbing flesh by a tin
glo application of that unequalcd balsm
for human or brulo suffering, Mexican
Mustang Liniment. The tormetlng and
sleep-destroying pains of rheumatism,
gout and nouralgia. ara completely ban
ished by its use; stiffness of the joints and
painful swellings, quickly yield to its
emollient influence ; it heals bruises, cuts,
scalds, etc., with astonishing rapidity.
ror strains, spring salt scratches, saaaie,
collar and harness galls, as well at the
more terlous external maladies of the
horse, it is a swift and thorough remedy.
ra Br7 Hearse World's Teaia'aa,
It Is the treat hoaMbold'rcmedr. pleasant to
take, yet potest for the prevention and core of
distaste. It la better than Bitters, Cordial,
Iiuchu or araaparllla. Sold by Druggist
Dr. aTaarya Boot ul Plaat Pills.
Mild vtt thorsnfbBo nansea or gTiplng en
tirely vegetable greit liver remedy. Price 25
Mrs. White tab's Bywnp.
The great soothing remedy. Prlte only xs
eentt. Gives rest to the mother and health to
the child SoldbyDrnggitta.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
19 Vilas the Martcat Heata
KichtrlHlIaa the Raartaet Xante
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGS OF CABS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i-,llsnapolIs, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niagara Palis
Koflalo, I'lltebntg, Washington.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Tork,
Boston and all points east.
Mllweukie, Janeevllle, Madison.
LaOroase, Ht. I'aol and all points north.
This Is alto the only direct route to
Decatur, Bloomlngton, Hpringeld,
Peoria, Qulnet, Kerikuk,
nurlington, Hnek ItUnd, I flalle.
Mendota, IXton, Frecport,
aalena, Dubuque, Hloui Ulty,
Omaha and all points northw.it,
Elecant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca"
On all Night Trains,
naicage Chockod 10 all Important points.
For tickets and information, apply to t. C, R.K
depot ut alroi on board Ins trnn.it steamer bo
laeon Columbus and Cairo, and at the prlnclp
railroad ticket oflles throughout the tenth.
W. P.JOHNSON. Orn'l Pane. Ag'l, Chieaf o.
A. Mitombll, Oen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
Onr Home Advcrtiaors.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
formerly Swandcr, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her largo
and elegant itock of
3 I Xj Xj X 13 El JEb "ST
Immediately. In order to faclllltate the tale
of her Roodt. Mrs. Jackson has determined
to offer tho
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And invltet the ladlct of Cairo and vir'nity
to call on her If thev desire eood bargains.
GOODS ARB ALL NEW
The most of them having been selected from
tho lata fall styles, henco the ladles have a
rare opportunity to purchase new and tanli
lonable millinery at cost price. The stock
connlatsor liaU ribbons, flowers, botiery,
ladles underwear, etc., etc. ll-3Utf-
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kew
Kntnravlngt, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
PtieeMoentt. Addrett Da. Bum' DisrtK
liar, M North Eighth Street, St. Loalt, Ma
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes' of tho
best material in tho market
and is tironared to fill all
ordors on tho shortest notice.
Ho guarantees both tho work
and material ; lus patterns aro
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites tho patronaeo of
the public. 1(MW Sm.
iKf You can buy six
aud one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffoe Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar: Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound : Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per nound :
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at wiLtis i a bixby'S.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Mond'ay, April 24th, 1872
trains will run at follows:
taiins ooiiia tocrniiiT.
Leare Vlrtinia 6 40 a. m .....l:Mp.m.
' Hprininold. :0 3:00 "
,' T)torTllle... 10 S ............ i. fi "
Arnre at Pn.. 11.40 t.lT "
TBAiat ooiao aoirawiar.
Lare Pane 4.00 a. m a. m.
Taylor.lll. 4.40 ' 4. "
Arrive atSpringfleld.11 " ,.......(i.UJ
Leave 8prmnld.....(1.6 ............0 111
Arrive at Vliginia.....8.6 " ....!.1S
TaaiHs oons trraaair,
Leave Edgwood......S0 a. m. ...10.10 p,rr
' Mora-... t,S .. 11.41) '
Arrive at Bhawo.el'n . . ......5.16
MTUVEM. TINWABC, KTC,
Who wanta a Happy Family,
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
Wboalwaya wanta a roll Hoaav,
Every Stove Dealer
Who Meaaa Bnalaeee,
EVERY MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD
Who desirei Uealth hy Good Living,
MOULD BUT OXE Of
ASK TOUR TINNER FOR THEM.
If bo does not bavo an assortment,
SEND YOUR ORDER TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Wholesale dealers in all kinds of
AND TO ALL
I V E STOVE DEAL I t
O. W. HENDERSON,
Commercial Ave., Cairo, Ills.
Onto Lbtbb Cairo, III.
HOME TRADE I
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
II LANK BOOKS of every desci lotion tlono
with nentncsi and dispatch. All kinds of
ruIliiL' done at short notice, llibles, Music,
JlncazliicH and 1'erlodicaln bound neat and
atthnloweiit tiosMblit rates.
County work, mich an Records, Dockets,
Fee Hooks, llliinkj, etc., made a iiicciallty
Hoxcd, rocket Hooks, Envelopes, etc.,
uiauo to oruer ti.
On Rlsjhtb Rtreet, between Commercial and Wash
hKton Avenuee, Is daily rocelvbif
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST VALL AMD WIMTBB BTTLXR.
Uetidts a fall line of
03OIriSrETB &: HATS
(Trimmed and nntrimmed,)
pnr.Ncii Fi.owERa. KinnoNa, TitiMMiNaa
of all kinds, Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. Medea ha also a large assortment o
Paney Articles, such a
NKCIC Tins, COLL ARM, UNDRKHLKRVEfl,
KtJFKH, HAHHKfl, FANH.i
And all other articles usoally foand In a
FIRST-CLAS3 MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOec. In addition to her stock of
Fancy and Millinery Good. baa llnaonc and
roniiletc asxortment of Cincinnati Custom
Mudo Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Clill
drens' ltooU, Ulack and in Colon). These
are acknowledged to bo the fincet and best
Shoes in the market, and this Is the only
place In the city that makes them axpeclalty.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHIOAOO, ILLINOIB.
Cental. Oyricr, 172 Washinotok St.
Tbli German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only l'ald-up 1'olicleH but
aUo a Value in Cash on the Non-forfcltilre
JOHN A. HUOK, President
U. KNOBELSDORF, - - Hecretary
JOHN W. PRUESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in objects ol public benefit.
The Lite Insurance Policies will be issued
by the Teuton! Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
ladlr for Claire aMtlTleiBltr.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TJ IR, -A. 2ST O EJ
KJAOA&A, V. T.,
OBBILAMIA, V. T.,
Stores, Dwellings, Furniture. Hulls and Car;
Roea, Insured at rates as favorable as sound, per
manent security win wurranw
I respectruiiy asa or tne ciusens oi uairo
share of their patronage.
II. T. GEUOULU;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oaa Fitter! and number's material, Wood
pump:, gioiw auu aoKia vaivee, Slop
oooks, check valves, eto,
Also Aasn roa
Taraa rataera rateat mry sat mtr
ind Horeoouee, WeHe Oo'a AutomaUo WaUr
Indicator aad Supply Valve for steam bo lis rs.
iVTBB'a 1L00K, OOUUBMIAL.ATBVD
, ..........TM U3 00
BXFUBLIC, K. Y,
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
..878 4M 61
FIBBMIM'a FUND, B. T.,
Assets. ....... .......S78.S00 Of
BBCDBITY, K. Y. UABINB,
W. II. Moms, H. H. Candeo
Notary Public No. Pub. and 11. B. Com
As an larlcaraUr, LlTer Corrector
nail Blaeel BoaeiTatar It superior to nil the
Itlttrre, Ellzlra, CorcUaU aad llarari.
tiarUIaa In oat. It Is so adapted to the whole
stem that every orcaa and function In the body Is
troutht under Its iikitaraUnglsilaence. It (itu
tone aad atrat;tti to tha difeatlvo ap
parataa, ellBlaiaBrnor aad eteblllty,
lnvlrorata the Llrer, roajtdatM the
Kldaeya aad Bowcla, removes the frtof
etcessor ovtrtatatlon of any kind and gives .
tollty and Hcaaeao to tko blood.
Ita curative powers alter and coopletsly rorrtn
1 10 the entire naie of Holds Ind even the solids of
the human system, thertty preventing and coring
nyapcptle aad Coaaataptlva Hymp
toma, rover aad Atrae, BUloaa Dlaeius.
Favera of all klnda,!f rrrona Deb II
Ity, AttTectloaa of the Ntoraaeb and
oasis, . Asa mild and dellgUtful Invlgo
rant for delicate hmalei, It hu no superior.
ttj Its na nw life and vigor Is given to both bndy
and mind, sending a glow of vitality thrvngh every
part, which la permanent and luting;.
It is the molt effxtoal remedy for the rtlUrrt
hnman snfferlng ever discovered, and as pleesant to
the tuts as old rye or fine wine.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X X THE X X
x WORLD X
To produce a more dslldons medicine to take, yetso
;)ttt for the prevention and core of dlitues as
EZirST'O TCJLS'3 IC1TI3 AITS SlCCS P?8OTI2.
Prlro s)l, or Boltlea for 85.
Prepared by the Orafton iledlclne Co.,8T, LOUIS,
Mo. Sold ly DrnggUts and dealers In medklnM
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This Mibcrb hair dyo Is tho best In th
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stantancous. No (llsaiipolnlmctit 'Jliogcn
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.lA.MI'-S av'l TON & CO., Publishers,
M Maiden Lane. Noworfc
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
A Private Counselor to tboMnrrlcil
or those about to Marry, on the rhjrtlologlcsl mys
teries ami revelatlonsoftlieseiaal jjritein, with the
lateet discoveries In produclug and preventing off
print, preserving the complexion, Ae.,
Tills is an tfjreetlng work of two liHre4 and
s'siy Pages, with numerous enp-avlnge, and coutaliis
valuable Information for thoeewho ara married or
contemplate marriage) still It Is a book tbat ought
to be under lock and ker and sot laid careleaily
about the Louie,.
si to ui (frM r eMi) ror rtftr Cnu. id,!rn.
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IMOTICI TO TM AmKTD AHO tTimSmTATI.'
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T1VEOATALOOUK OF SEEDS.
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furnished to Dealers.
Address, PLANT SEED CO.,
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tht history tt
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xickots. 52 GO.
Our lotteries ar chartered by the Rtate. are
siwujrs uruwn si me unie nameu, ana an uraw
inus are under the supervision of sworn coin,
Tlin offlnlnl drawing will be MlMlshed In the
fit. Louis papers and u copy of drawing sent to
rurcliHsers of tickets.
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oyer; month during the ear 1S72.
Remitat our risk by postnrnce money order,
registered letter, draft or express. Henil for oir
cu.ar. Address, MUHKAY. M1LLEK A CO..
P. O. IMX 244W. Mt. lytllla, Mn.
tatt al BBBBaaaaW rtn -rSl?
Good for naa. innammauon or an
Bpralns, Hheumatlsm, Soro Throat, Dwelling of
the Ulands, lndammatlonof the Kres, llrokeo
Brent, Frost Dues, ChUblalnt, rUcs, Vet Utlsgs,
nud all Sores. , "
Cood for neaat.--Freli Wounds, Gsllt.
I'oll Evil, Bpralns, Unities, (backed llerls.IUne
Done, VUxd Ualls. Hpavins, rJwceucy, Founder,
Lameness, Baud Cracks, Scratches, or Urease,
llancc, Ilorso Distemper.
Thl a truly wonderful I.lnlment was
discovered by llOMKlt ANUKIWON, A.M., lato
rrofessor of Chemistry and Mathematics In the
Clinton Liberal Institute, of Oneida County, N, V.
In cxperlmcntlriB for the purposo of miking
ITnislc Add, by unlUnc tbo ndependentcaseous
bodies of vrblcn It is composed, a realdnum waa
left, which, on bclne applied to bruises and in
named parts, by the students of tho Instltnte, vest
found to possess tha remarkablo property otcool;
Inz down and carrjinR off the IndainmaUoa and
soreness at once, and restoring tho parts to sonna
ncss and health la A few noun without pant or
It la not a heating Liniment, but
acts by Its peculiar pecinc or chemical qualities
In dissolving and scattering the soreness aad la
ttammatlon of the Injured part. By a free sp
pllcaUon, tho red torfsce toon become! cool,
moist and natural, and it restored to natural
health without suppurttlon ordestroction.
Aa a LlalmeBt for Horae FIaa,for
the euro cf all the ailments named above, we
challenge the world to sad Itl aqual.
Price 84 fc to ceau per battle.
D. EAS80M, 80V k 00., lWa,
h Botlea la local caluaa.
Ttaeaar nittara ana latamsi
ofPoor Rom, Whaty, Proof
..1'ii.iM, wrooTHi. HHcca. am
to please tbo taste, called "Tontos."-"
- uciiorcrs." ac. mat leaii tha umUiiaia
ennesa and ruin, bat are a tnw MedleMa. aa
.mu iiu.i.u twin una nerwa oi uvuuorfaa. Bta
from nil Alcoholic Btlmulaata. Ther an tatflrtal
Iiloixl rurtflcrand a uro-glvuitr Prlnetple.arertset
Itcnflrator and Invlgontor of ftatlTS camtS
o.T nil poisonous matter and reaiorlac tha tteal
to n hcaithr condition, enriching It, irrreahlng aad
luvliroratiiii Imiiii mind and bodr. Theran easy
or administration, prompt la taelr action, certata
.uvir xvsuiia, naie arm reuania ta au acraa as
Ko Person can take thee Bitten accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones aro not destroyed Gjr mineral poaoa
tr oilier me.ins, and tbo vital organs wasted berosd
the point otrepalr.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, rjeadacat, Ptia
in tho bliuuUKn, Coughs, Tlghtneas of tht Cksav
liiz7.liicss. sour Kruciations of the atoaach. Bad
Tunc In the Mouth, Dllious Attacks, PalslUUoa af
tho Heart, Innainraatlon of the Longs, Pain la tfea
rcclon or llio Kidncjs, and a hundred other psiaful
ympioins, are the oirsprtngsof Ujipepala. Ia tatta
cmni'lalnl it has no equal, and one bottle will
rroto a letter anarantee of lit merits ttaa a
I',,r l'riuale C'nmplalnts, In joaog rr Old
married or single, nt tho dawn of womanhood, or
tlio turn of life, theao Tonlo Hitters display so d.
ridrd an luancnca that a marked bnprovtmeat I
for Iiillaiiiinatnrjr and Chronle Rkea
tmillMii and liout. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, BU
Inns, licinittcnt and Intermittent Fevers, Date sees
of Hie lilool. uver, Kidneys and Bladder, thaas
Hitters bare been moBt successful. Bach Plssnst
nrn caused bv VltlatM Illood, which la generally
rroiluccd by derapgement of tho Digestive Organs.
Tliryaie n Uenlla Pnrgatlva aa well aa
n 'I'onir, poiwcsalng also the peculiar mem or act
lug an a imwcrnu Agent la relieving Congestion or
liiiluininutlnn oftho Liver and Visceral Organs ana
III Dllious Diseases.
For Sklu Ulaeases, Eruptions, Tetter, Bait
I'.Iicmiii, Dloiclies, Spots, rimplcs, inurtoles. Bolls,
Carbuncle), lllng-worms, Hcald-IIead, Hore Eyas,
llryiipclas. Itch, rtenrfs, Dlscolorailoss of the Skla,
Humor and Diseases or the Bkln, of wnatevtr
lumo cr nature, ore literally dug op and carried
out of tho system In a short time by tho use of these
Hitters, ono bnttlo in such cases will convince tha
most incrcilnlont or thiir curative effects.
demise Hie Vitiated Illood whenever yea
find lit Impurities bursting through the skin In
rimplcs, Eruptions, or Bores; clearuo It wbsa you
Cud it ulistmetcd and alugclsli In Hie veins; cleanse
It when It L foul ; your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and tho health of tntiyMtm
Urateriil Thousands proclaim Yl.vtoiB Brr
reus tho most wonderful lavlgoraat that aver toa
talncd the sinking sittem.
l'ln, Tape, and other Worms, lnrklag la
tha )stcm of so many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed nnd removed. Bays a duttngaiahed
physloloKlst: There Is scarcely an lodlvldualonUia
f.ico of tho earth whose body la exempt from tha
prcieiire of wonns. It Is not upon tht healthy
ilcini nt of the body that worms exist, but apen
the dlsi-ased humors and slimy deposits that breed
llicso living monsters of disease. No system of
medicine, no vermifuges, no anthtlmlntucs, will
free tho system from wonns llko these Bitten.
.Ilri'linuleal Diseases. Persona engaged la
IMIau uud Minerals, such as numbers, Type
s iters. Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advaaea
in life, arc subject to paralysis of tha Bowels. Ta
tourd against this, take a dosa of W'ALiia'i Yih
b nt liiTTEKs twice a week.
Illlloue, ltenilttcnt, and Intermittent
Pcvrrs, which aro so prevalent In the valleyaoX
o'ir great rivers throughout tbs United State,
specially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri.
IlunoLs, Tennessee, Cumbcrlsnd, Arkansas, Bad,
Colorado, Iirar.oj, nio tirande, Pean, Alatjaaa,
Motile, Savannah, Uoaaokt, Jamea, aad auay
other, nltli their vast tributaries, mrougtioat ear
rntlie country during tho Summer aaa Antrum,
and remarkably so during aeaaona of nnntati heat
uud ilrj ucss, arc Invariably accompanied by eztaa
nlvc iliraiigcmciits or tbo stomach and liver, aad
other all lomlnal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgatlt c, exerting a powerful Influence upon thata
arlous organs, u essentially ne cess try. Then la
un cathartic lor the purposo eentl to Da. J. Walk
ku'a vi.sr.uiti iiittciis, at they will speedily
remove tho dark-colored viscid matter with watea
the bowcu arc loaded, at the same time sumalauac
the sccreiluiH or the liver, and generally restoring
tho healthy functions of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Kliis'a Bvll, White SwsIUags.
Ulcers, Kosipclas, hwcilcd Neck, Goitre, Scrofoloaa
liiiainmatloiis, ludolcnt InnammaUona, Meresrlal
.tircctlons, old Sores. Eruptions uf the Skla, Sara
Kycs, etc, etc. In these as la all other contttta
tlim.il Diseases, WaLkkn's Vincoab Urmaa hava
shown their great curaUve powcra la tht most
uh: ilnato and intractable cases.
Dr. Wulker'a California Vinegar Bit
ter tct on all theso cases in a similar inianar.
It) pui ir lug tho Ulood they remove the cause, and
by resolilng away the effects of the InHammatloa
(tho tubercular deposits) tho affected pant receive
health, and a permanent cure Is effected.
Till) ii liberties Ot Da. WaLCga't TrxXOAB
llirrtuu aro Aperient, Diaphoretic, CarmtaaUve,
Nulrlilou', laxative, Diuretic, Sedative. Cooatar
Iriita.n, HiiiloiiQc. Alterative, nnd Antl-Butooa.
iiio Aperient nnu uuiu utiauva properuas
or D.i. Walkeii's ViNtata Birrkioj art tht batt
safe-guard lit cases of eruptions and nullrnttt
fcvtTs. Their balsamic, healing, and sooUUnrpre
pcrtle protect tho humors of the faucet. "Taelr
Mdailvu properties allay pain In the nervosa sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from Inflsmmttlta.
i.liul, colic, cramps, etc
Tlirlr Counterxlrrltant ladueae ax
tcuits throughout the system. Their AnU-BUleos
properties silmulato the Uver, In the secreUoa af
Iillo, and Its discbarges through the bulary daota,
and ore superior to Ul remedial agents, for tht cart
of Dllious 1'cvcr, Fever and Ague, etc
Kmiiry the body against dlseaa bj
purlOliig all Its fluids with vinxoar Drmm. Ha
i plilemlc can take hold or a system that fore-armed.
Directions. Take of the Bitten on aoto ta
bed at night from a half to one and one-halwuie-glassful.
Eat good uourWunf food, such aa btaf
stcax, muiiou coop, venison, roast Deer, ana rift
tables, and tako out-door exercise. They ara
oomposcd of purely vcgctablo iDgredienU, and
ii. ii. Mcdonald a co.,
liiuguinis uuu ucii. Aim. o.u rnuvisGU. vmUf m
cor. of Washington and Charlton fits., N.r.
mn. if 111 At.1, unuuuiaia m irriai.nrta.
Liverpool New-ToTk ahd Philadelphia
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