HrniUs flatter on Krj I'fMro.
JOnN H. OBERLY, Editor.
AMIBKW JOIIKNOS ELECTED I. N
(Sjieflat to the llullelln )
Xamivim.k. Twin., .Inn. M, 1875.
Andrew Johnson was trwlny tlcctctl to
Ilia ITnltwl State Senate to succccil
Urownlnw. Tin legislature 'tood lift)-
hvo to twcnty-slx.
OaSON Kino.si.kv died at London on
tlie YU Intt., nKCltlftytlxyeiiM.
Kx-Sr.SAion Ciiamhxu U a third knii
man and lilt late defeat U nttrilmtod to
this ly the opponents of tlio mIiciih.
llox. Haiivkv C. l.ATixKit, a inomtKT
d the MIonrl Lcjrl'Uturc, died at the
capital of that .State on tlie'JIlh lnl.
()u llr.x AVakk Ik upoken of ni apol
Me itopubllciui candidate for povenor o(
Olilo to bent Illll Allen next fall.
Tiik Unite"! States .Snate ltalroad
rommlttec Is said to be Col. Tom H'ott's
"meat," and w ill report In favor ot his
Southern rndfle bill.
Mn. Pt m.i. Premier of Kngland, Is
III with a dl-ean; wild hv his pliyslclnns to
gout (u the lungs. Hut lie Is contident
Hr.s. O.uiiiumh rvcelviil an ovation
when he entered Home on the ttld lnt.,
to attend the Italian parliament. The
people took the horses out of his carriage
unit drew Htm to his hotel.
" Wk want our ubcr!bcr.s to pav up for
Iat yinr's pajier. Do you hear!?" Ma-
This kimlofnnjippe.il from a William
on county editor means money or blood
Tiik nntl-ruilroad men of the Oiicra!
Awembly may Induce that bodv to nlxd-
Ish the board ol Kailroad ami Warelioiise
Comml!,sloncr.s. If this hhoiihl be done
tlie railroad legislation of the Slate will
iK'Comc a dead U tter.
Tin: Murphy,boroH,w, demands
that the Stato Hoard of Equalization
ninil m wipcl mit. Alexninler rmmtv
d(H-.s not naut It abolldied while the nrc-
seni system of taxation Is rontluiied. If
"nI "'n r the eqiia.u board
Hiejieopieot this elty and eoiinlv n;nU
have been robbcil ofthoiMands of dollars.
A n:w ('ays ii0 a fim r jr. ,jlffJ
Parks of 5i.il,,. precinct,
eouiity, while p.siug a clearing Tl.
trees were belnjr felled, was ac.-lilently
killed by : tree falling upon h,n. The
news of th. death or the child shocked
the father sa much that he died In a few
liouM'aerl?e.iriAg H. Father .,( Mm
wert! buried in the sanio grave.
'1e compulsory education law of the
State of New York, thouh only a law
since the llr.d day of tlie New Year, Mems
to giving the school and other olllelals
ofthc slate a largo amount of troublv.
The school, boards are uuabhj con.trnu
AOineoflls provtslims, otlierK'theV are
unable to enforce, and .lodge Murray of
the Supremo Court pronounces certain
eectlons unconstitutional. An etlbrt will
Ik; made, during the prc-ent sei-ilonof the
legislature, to rejie.il the law.
Tiik flolconda lUmld I full of politl.
c.il knowletlgc. Irsays:
Hon. Daniel W. Munn. of Cairo, has
gone to Chicago to reside. He U well
known to our eoplr, having once been
Congressman Irom this district.
This ill be news to the people of this
district. Mr. Munn was once a candi
date for CongiesK in .lie old congresMonal
district the rourtemth but.was beaten
by Col. Crebs.
The late remarkabl! spwch of Senator
1xgnn on the I.oublaiia quesllon has
lutii loudly applandid by the Itadicals
and denounced m oratorical slush by the
Democrats. In our c-itlmatlon It was the
iuo"t ell'ectlvc tM.,cch inadcoii the Kadi
d side df the Senate ehambcr. It was
the only Kadlcal sM-ecli that came near
making the fur ily. 'J'he Senalor may
not be elegant in his diction, hut he goes
at his opponent with a great deal of vigor
and worries lilm dreadfully.
A I'ahis" dressmaker hi New York
has been sentenced to three months lm
prNomncnt aud to pay a line of two thou
sand dollars. Her oll'enso was "aristo
cratic smuggling." That Is, she made
frequent trips to I'arli, and brought over
with her numerous trunks of elegant
clothing, which she got through the cus
tom house without payment of duties.
The content of thu trunks were the
iroM-rty of numerous aristocratic ladles
of New York, whose names, out
of resect for their "podtlou" rv p.
presseil. Tlio ilrevmaki r has eouifort-
aoie quarters In Ludlow street Ju and U
Nuppllml with luxuries by tlc. a(,., (
whose interest she attempted ,ernuil
the government. They will aUo nay her
tine of two 'hou-and dollars, ami after
j l'"'"auij ie cured or any d-,la- to In.
dnlge Iii smuggling.
, . "
' 'S,UtC U"Ialiou ha,
iiuringits Hire,, days' k
woiiatSiirloi-ik.ldltndorrf.-.l it ..!.....
and aiqiolnutl the followi.g dele.te to
l' banners' National CiMeutl,;,, to
,.v.m vicvejanu, Uhlo j
Ut. nistrlet-JVnher Martin, (:,,ok.
.1. A. Oidllelil. Cook.
ii. J. A. I'utterson.
. M. Sinith.
; . 1). Hayue.
ly ? ' .''owcll.
', JosllllH Kr.11
jo. lm. i
Titraer and hirl, Xf. iaU,i J. H.
WIEEIAMNON COUNTT.-A VIUII.
ANTE COMMITTEE IEMA.nKn.
The loonl paper In Williamson county
liavo heretofore lcen in mute ni ilcatli In
reference to the troubles that have for
oevornt year ntlllrttsl that community.
They have apparently been afraid to dc-
nmnil thi! cxeeiitlou of the law. Hut at
!nl one of them the Marion Democrat
li.'is broken the ice, anil now appcnN to
the people of tin; county to aroiwe them-
celvet and belnjr to Justice the villains
who have made im.wiimtlon n buinefs
in Williamson county.
In (lie last Unite of the Democrat we
llud the follow Iny slgnltleant article :
I.KT TIIK LOYAL MEN 01 WII,
LIAMSON COUNTY COMK TO
Something mint Ik; done to pro-
tiTt nor rllliMK. 'I'lu'V- nn liclntr liu.li,
whacknl and shot while In their Iioiic.h
after night with their fhiiillic;. .Men are
taken out of their houses after nlt'lit and
hlpK.'d : hor-ies are living killed ami
Imr-ies are living killed and
irotiertv miriieu. aihimiii me author-
tie of (lie county are una le to brim?
the criminals tojuniee. Is there no law
In the State If not. let President Grant
take tht matter in hand undtr the KwUur
but, anil Had tico thousand soldiers cfotri
i : i ... .1....
riere, nu iv.ifii mui inn perpeint1
tor of tlicr (lamnnlile fi line
nr. L'tiomif hul tliuw tifn. u.s: iii.-i,i
are afraid of their lives If they make the
i fi llip known. It would be perhans best
to deelare martial law In Williamson
rsiuntv, ami make tlie tax-payers foot the
bill. Something viust le iloue. and that
quickly. IVopb an; leaving our county
hv scores others oflcrlnir their farms at
lialf price but no person Is llling to In
vest; In ftct nearly all good citl.cns an
desirous of getting away from this
county, on account ol'these troubles.
We say ta the good and law abiding
cltl.cns of Williamson eountv. appoint
a (line ami meet In MASS MKIvTlNO.
and be determined that law and order
with criminals no shleldliiL' them from
the law. And let us see who, by their
presence hi this MASS MKETINO, have
the bravery to stand tip, and declare "hv
the Eternal," that peace shall be restored
again hi our once happy ami prosperous
county. Let every person attend this
meeting, who can, that condemns the as
sassins. It has been remarked that tlie county
court would not lend their assistance, hv
making proper nlowanees for expenses,
&e., In hiring horses, to hunt the crim
inals up. Tlie Court, we are satlslled,
will do all in t heir power to restore peace,
will make all nroner allowances when
called upon by a molnritvof the tax
CAM. YOl'K MEETINYJ ' r.ni il.,.i,i
cilijieiis make the call : and If thev don't
do it hv tlie "Eternal." others will.
Will the law abiding people of Wil
liamson have the courage to respond to
this call? And If thev do. what
will be the re-ult of tln
prldng? We cannot tell: but we
have little doubt there will bo renewed
violence and bloodshed. The assassins i
if the Hulllngeraud Henderson factions
will light like tiger?, will take to the
woods mid live the life of outlaws.
Hut what can tlie people of Williamson
do? .Must they endure tlie lawlessness
id the a-sasslns, aud make no .sign ? The
MHll.W .... - .'
law cannot arrest the murdctvrt:. The
Governor has no power to act. Thu gen
eral Assembly laughs when its attention
is called to Williamson. Tlie people there
fore int. st, In .self-protection, take tlie law
Into their own hands; and, If they do,
their work should be of the most cllccthe
Iteplj to Mn. SI, J. H.'h Attack on nev
Mv DKAttMitsS. .1. S.: Permit me
one of your most devoted admirers, t
give you a little prlvato (?) advice, for
which 1 have no doubt you will be very
thankful. Stick io tlie lino of literature
which you have heretofore so successful
ly occupied racy letters, personal sar-
eiHinsand even pathetic sketches like
your last, in which the curious public
were treated to tlie Jealous and spiteful
side of your character, but do not again
attempt to criticise a lecture which ywi
m not hear. I be cllort is so
'""c, u palnlully suggests
tlio need of mental crutches
The fact of the Vlncennes people adopt
Ing the resolutions you refer to, Is a mat
ter of no .surprise to those at all acquaint'
edwith Dr. Thayer's lecture. So com.
plctely ami elfectivcly did he make war
upon the hplritualistsof Ylneeunes, that
uiey were literally oerwlielmeil and had
not strength to rl-e from his crushlusr nr.
guiiicnts. Not one among tlieni dared
venture upon replying to tlio Doctor, -o,
after a hurried and eager consultation,
they decided that such a set of resolutions
would, perhaps, help to throw him Into
temporary confusion, while It would save
lliem the inortlllcatlon of ncknowleilg
im ir ucicai.
ii was a line picco of strategy, but a
time "loo thin" to not be seen through
by at Intelligent public. Hon. Wurrcn
Clias' one of your shining lights does
noi lyreo with the Spiritual brotherhood
in Vlicennes, for upon the completion of
Dr. Thayer's lecture in this place, he
arose ami said It was the best argument
KiBH opirii.iaii.ui he had ever heard,
and afterwards spent a w hole evening in
trying to reply to It. No nersoi. of ..v....
ordinary Intellect, who heard the Doe-
"--""re, eoiiiu Help acknowledging
that he handled his subject In a logical,
scholarly ami sclentlllc manner. It Is lit
tlo to be wondered at then,
that the Spiritualists have fallen
upon this plan to avoid an encounter
when the odds are so strongly against
them. Even n weak Mibterfugc, like
those resolutions, fover Which nil tlm
Splritualisu are chuckling hasrout. I,..
to u mighty stumbllmr l,ln,a- .i...
Doctor's Ulisusnectlny lc...- ik.!
but by any onc'uot blinded ,v i.e..i,,,it....
tills terrible block Is an "airy nothing,'' j
""""K" noiciiiiic motives oryourresolu
tloiu are both wen uiid undetstood.
Iherefore, my deur Mrs. S. J. fl..
agnln beg you to (tick to yourlettws and
shall be cMnbllshcd in our county, and It i "'Z. ' V, . '. 'r,' 1 1,111 . '
will be done. Lit no half-way resolutions I !; r i. i l.'i "lc.y,
tic iiilnnli'd ilemand licit everv crlnilicil '!? ,nc ' 1 10,1 ,,"art in rcinc-
pretty little stories, and do not rlk your
literary reputation by trying to bolster
up a akelcton. Solicitously, M. T.
TTbM MoaqnltuPK Are For-UIco vrcd
Dr. Saml. W. Francis, X. V. Academy
of Medicine, suvh: Kdiualiou tenches us
to we beyond the' surface. Taklngas my
stniidioiut the aphorism, that all things
were created for nomo good purpose, it
is my llrm conviction that the mosquito
was created for the purpose of driving
man from malarial districts; for I do not
belle. e thaUu nature any region where
chill and fever prevail can lie free from'
this little animal. Now, if man will not
go, after (he warning is given In hum
ming nccciiis, tneiutie mosquito iiiJccls
hytiodermicalir a little liquid
swera two purposes tlrstly, to tenrtej
the I1om1 thin enoiiL'li to lie drawn tin
through Its tube, nnusecoiidlv. In order
to Inject that which possesses the princi
ples of quinine t Thlstheorv I piibll-hcd
in 1671. audit was ridiculed at llr-t by
many, but recently some (.' .-man philoso
pher have actually obtalmd tl" '
Irom mosquitoes and by a i '.
sis discovered that It cuiitii, ,t . . t
clplo of quinine."
lllrrtlluir from I.tinK, i'ndirrti, limn
ehlllo, I'oiiKiimjiMoit-.A Momlrrliil
KocilK'Ufju. N. Y., Jan. IS, 1874.
H. V. 1'imtCK. M. I., Hmralo. V.:
llKAli Stit 1 tiad rilU'eriil from Cat.ir h
In an aggravated form lor ntiullt mrlic
semnnulor rrtcralye rn lrm llrnneild
trouble. Tiled many doctors mid thing
with no lastlag lieuetlt. In M.iy, '7a. Ie
mining nnirly worn out with cxccHve
Kdltorlal laborious piecr In New Vork
CI iv 1 wits ati'-k-J null Hrmiclilds In
soycrc lorm, nitTorlnK ahurata total Ui of
voice. I returned uomo hero, but had
beeu hoino only tnn weoks w.ien 1 was
cMiipletcl prostrated with lleinorihacc
rrom tlio bung, Imvlngloiirscvelo Heed
ing rpells ! wltiiln to weeks, aud ltrt throo
nddo of nine d.iy. In tlio Scilcm.
''r . M iwlug, I Improved miillcleiiu
i .! 'ie WAe.,'0,. diouijh in a very
d .nd il,, Cnt.irh waMjiiBKrw'S,'.?,
Eveiv effort Io"r
trilltless. Icu-incd ti b ludiiL' l-ioiiii l
dally. I continued In this let.M."n,11
rllDRb!o.d ulnnst ddly until about the
nm oi .Hircii, when I tiecsme o bad
at to bu entirely conllnel t tlio house A
ono of your Ircillirs, and read it cirefu ly,
I1UHI nilicil I CIIII16 vi wig cm cuitlou mat
you understood your buUnes, ot lcat. I
anally obtained quantity of Dr. Hsgc's
Catarrh lUmody. voiir (loldcn MtdKal
Discovery and reflets, and commenced
their vigorous ue ac ordlug to dlr cthin.
!? m.y snrprlso, I soon ltKui to Impnvc.
The Dlscorcrv and lMlet. In & hnn ilmi.
brought out a severe, eruption, wh'ch con-
nmieu ior tcverai weekt. I iclt much bet
tor, my appetite iaiprocd, and 1 gained In
strength uiid flesh. In tirec months every
vestlga ol ihoOn'arrh was cone, the llron
ehdUhad noarlyll-appeard,tiHd no Couch
whateror and 1 hid Piiulrrlv i.,i n ,,u
blnodjiind, contriry to the expectation of
pernnnetit. I hive had in innro Hemor
rhages from the Lungj, an lam cniliely
I c-freiiidtarrh. Iiomwh ch IhndsuiTertil
o michandsoluug. Tbe debt of grit tudu
Iowefortho blcfsiiiff Invn r. coved at
your Innds. knows no boundi Iamtliu
ouhly r.Mlsfloil, trom ray expjihnio, that
your medicines will nu.tcr the worse forms
oflhat odlus dlsaase Catarrh, as well ai
I'hroat and Lung Diseases. I have recom
mended the in io very many end shall evsr
speak In their prclie. Orttoful y vou'n,-
., ... .. , WI. II. bPKNOBB
1". O. Hok 507, ItJchetter. N. Y. 1 23
rnuiu wi mi ireiiiiiH. inn Clin, unit rvtn, nm
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMERICAK FOWOBB CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Tlioms, X, I). Tliomi.
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(Huccessora to II. M. ltuUn,,
And rtfoltrt in
STAPLE AND FAKCY
Forolrn aad Someatlo l'ru .f.. .i ( Wut
184 COMMEKCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. ia OHIO LEVEE.
S,'.JfM,AI'!,",,'on B'ven toconilgtunenU and
UK I. tSTATI! sunn .
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
7a oiacio xjiaxrjcsxi,
BUY and sell real eatale, puy Uses, furnliu
abatracu of title,
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
COJfVJtTACEI, KOTAEIKI PUS1I0
AranU of thIlllnola Central nnd
jaHrsuiarton ana uuinor U, it.
North Oor. Sixth and Ohio Lot,
1 uwv" Til lllll'k.11 k. AllJULII'ii 1IIIIIH
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjMlE BUtjKTts; Is puMhhol em? morning
(except MonJir) la tlie llullttln UullJlog, cor
ner WMlilngton srcmie and Tirelnli street.
Tom lk-tun Is nerved to cltj- uWrllx-m bj
MUiftil carriertitTwentr-I'lie Cents n Week,
(uyatila Weekly. I)jrMll, (In (Jrnnce), ftlOfcr
tnmirai Uxnmntlit, tH tlirre months, unc
month, It V.
TIIE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'abllabol eery TluiKiUy morning at JIM
per annum, Invarlally In adsanrei. 'the po'tan
on IlioWeikly '--'! '
Iludnuj Cards, wr annum, IV) 0)
One sqiuire, one Insertion, 1 on
tine isjunrr, two liisertlout, 1
iim I'iiuiiy, one itk, 'J Do
One Kiurr, Iwu wrek, .... a SO
in niutir, Hi i re wecka,.. t On
One i'inv, one month, S uo
W K X K L V .
One itisre, one Ini-crtlon, tl frt
Y.aib !iib5t.urnt Insertion Si
tJ"One Inch Is a square.
x--r. ..n.i, ..ntciiMr, lTeoCTei'Siipitlorln
ducrmtnls, tioth as Io rntii of charifea and nun
ner of allsptnyhiK their favors.
t3-.Vutlci- In locul column interteil for 'if
I en Cents per line for on iusertlon, Toity
l ents n line for two Infer! loin, Twenty-Hive
Cents a Hue for three Insertions, Thlrty-Klu-
Cents a line for one week, and Seveuty-l'Ue
CmU a line for one month,
Communlcattona- upon aubJucU of (fen.
cral Interest to tho public aolicltod.
EJ-A1I letlers should t!dresjed to
joilv it. nunnxr,
1'retldenl Cnlro Ililletln Coraiuny.
"Vfotlce Is nerrliv (iven that the tax boots fur
x . uw .vritr is,, imif iieen imi-,t! in my nanus,
and Hint 1 "ill heallliu followlnc Luincl phicei
M thu lime below stt lurth, fur the purjsjsrof
Qoueciiui; ine i:ixe i( ul.t vvar.
Clear Ciwk Piecinit. Cully Jt .Marcliildon'
atore, rebninry il, JJ7.V,
Clear Creek 1'ivcltrl, It. A. Kdmunson'.
stole, Febmury IST.1.
Thel i Itecinct, J t. Uolwlntf'a store, Feb
ruary 21, 1S75,
Siunla t'e l'nInl, Vim. Ireland's store, l'eli
lioow. Inlunil I'reclncl, O. Itrernle's tore,
FiUnmrv tn, KJ
Ooir'looth I'reclnet, K. lluns-,cker' liou'n,
Kebruury S7, 1S7S.
Unity l'rtoluct, llndge i. Athtrtou's store,
March I, 1K75. .
iiriliK your last siar' u in-elut,,uj il id uu
jre to trust to Ihc bu Iwoks ulone for dseril
lions of land 1
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Al.l.A II. ikvi.
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ZANONE & VALLA,
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twonty-Eighth Stroot and
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Eruruoi uiv teni, on
11 Years' Credit, with 7 per oent. Inter
eat, and 20 per oent. Discount
r a m: it i: ' u x i i: u
To purchasers of I.snJ,
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lion , out five Aiinibi
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THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wliolti.it and Itctali Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
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cairo orncE t
At Hulen 6t VVlleon', Corner Twelfth St.
nnd Ohio Leyee.
WK Mill; run au Ice wagon Uiroughout the
Vinson, Utliverlnif pure lake Ice lu any
Wrt of the eily at the lowwt markstprlce, and
wl l also iMrulsh our rrleoiU ootslde tiw city with
iv by lh cak or car load, HR-kft In -Hvrdlltl
or sfilpnient to any dtslsnw.
"ITnaneilonnlily tlm best sn(nlnel
work or the kind In Hip Worlil."
notick.s oi' Tiir. I'Jiks..
Tlia over lucrendng clrculstlon ol this
oxcellpnt monthly iimvvs Its eiotlntied
ndnji lou to popular desires and needs. In
deed, when wo think Into how miny homes
It pcnolrutcs cveiy inontli, wo must con
sider It lis ono of tlio cducltor-e as woll as
entertainers of tlio pub.lc mini, rorlts vn-t
popularity has been won by no m pent to
stupid t rcjudices or dnl'ravedtaMes. Bos
Tlis clurscter wl., "i's M.igailce pos
sesses Tor varie-y.ent i,u . irtl'thnveulth,
and literary culturo llinl n . I ppt pace Willi,
It' It lias nut led tlio ilin-n, slinuld eullso its
conductors to rcxa d It Willi lunlllable com
MaceLcy. Hilso entitles tliem t u great
claim upon tlio public gratitude. The.
Mntfszlno has done pond nlid not ollull
tlio da) a of Its life. Id ooklyn Kjg'c.
!' . '.if ..l.f i .
u. nkiv. oi' Hilar. Ij i. ub ..iidii-f nir iuh
imr. 110 (0: or two or HarnurV lirrinUI-
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In one rcinltt in e; or six copies h r JW uo,
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For toe relief
And cure of al
the stomach, Ut
er, and bowels.
They arc mild
ancrient, and an
ly vegetable, they
contain no iucr
Icury or mineral
rerlous sickness and suffering- Is jircvcnted by
their timely usoj and every family tliouM
line them on hand for their irourtlon aad
relief, when required. I.oni cxjicrlenco Iim
C roved them to lm tho aret, turcjt, and
cit of all tho l'f with which tho market
abounds. Ily their occasional use, tho blood
Is rurlBed, thjeomiitlonsoriho system ex
pelled, obstructions rcmnred, and the whole
maclilncry of lira restored to Its healthy activ
ity. Internal organs which liecomo cloirnil
and sluKKish arc cleansed by .lirr' l'llls,
and stimulated into ntln. Inns Incipient
dlicaso is clanged into health, Uic valic of
which change, when reckoned on the vait
multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly bo com
puted. Their (UKar-coallns; makes them
Ilicasani in i.ist, bimi !npiivii uitu iiiium
unimpaired fr any IciikiIi or time, so that
Uiey are ever fresh, ond ficrfocily relUhlc.
AltliouEli s (Mrchinfr, they nio mild, and ht
ele without ditturbauce to the contUtutllu or
Full diricllona arc (riven on the wrapjrr to
earh box,ho'totictlicmnsa Family Hvilc,
and for tiro following coiuplaluU, wliicti acto
j'lim raiuuy cure;
For Ijspeli or Imllcrrsllon, Llat.
iraaurss, Lunxuur, aim ui
(llr, they khoiild bo taken moderately to
stimulate the stomach, and rvUoru Us iicallly
wno anil neiiuu.
For Liver Complaint ami Its varlmtt
ryrnptoms, Jlllluut llruituchr, Mick
Iruiluclie. Jisiiiiillcr orUrern Nick.
nraa, llllloua (.'wile nnd Illlloiia ret.
vr, they shculd tc Judiciously taken tor
each case, to correct the dlened action, or
remove tlie obstructions which caute II. i
For llarntrrj or Illurrttuea, bat one
tndd dosu Is Kenerally rciulrcj .rTi
- tnv.iahfiVi of "the; I Pain In
the Miilr, Iluck, and Lolm, ther should
be contlnuoiitlr taken, as rcnuiicd, to ehaniro
the diseased acUon of the system. tViui such
ichanKo thot o conplnlnts dhappear.
Jor Itrnnar nnd Iltoiulrul Mnrll.
Img; they shouli be taken In larife and fre
quent doses to produce tlio effect or a drastic
For Muppresaton,alarc:cdoo should be
fmlith' ",iodu:,;, thc desired effect by
As a JHnner J'fr, tU(0 ono or two IHll to
jiromoto diectlon. aid relievo the stomacii.
An occational dose e timulatcs tho stomach
, , - , - rtnimiuii:. tliu PfcUUiaCO
and bowels, restortj.tho appetite, and InriRor
ntes tho syatcm. Ifmcc II ia often ndvonta
bcoub where no tcriou$ deranirement exUu.
!Il7UVeticr. frt1? Jflr e'cansln and reoo
vaUnK effect on tho jUgedive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. AYZR & CQ., Practical Cbcmiiti ,
LOWELL, MASS., U. 8. A.
roaxjimtDV jm. dbuckiuts ktehtwiibm.
Ay.er's Ague Cure,
I Ts'sklf As anJ A W A ... .
a suro ,111.1 Mifo euro loi
rr anil Atfiir, frticb
wo arc now enabled to offer.
With n perfect rertnlntv il.n,
It will eradicate the disease, and with asiup.
ancc, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from Its use In any ipinntity.
That which protects from or prevents I his
disorder must bo of immenso scrvlco In tlio
comniunltlos where It prevails, l'rettntinn
Is better than curcj for the patient escapes tho
risk'ulilch he mint run In violent attacks of
thli baleful distemper. This"Ct;mj" expels
the miasmatic poison, of Fever nml Airuei
from tlio system, and prevents tho develop,
went of tlio ditense, If taken on tlio llrst
approach of Its premonitory symptoms, A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other over discovered for Iho speedy and cer
tain euro of Intcrmltscnts Is, that It contains
no Qulnlno or mineral; consequently It pro.
duces no nulnlsm or otiici- injurious cnccls
Muuicvcr ujion inn constitution. Thoso cured
by It arc left as healthy as If they had never
had tho disease,
Vt itnii Affue. not alono the con.
ectjuencu or the miasmatic poison. A (treat
variety of disorders arlso from its Irritation,
nmoiiff which aro XvuritlB-lu, Iluttumu.
lam, Clout, llfitdiacbci, Illluilnru,
Tootlmchr, Kuruchr.Culurrb, Aatb.
tnn, Pulpltullon, Paluful ArTectlon
of tho Nplrn, Ilyaterlcs, Puln In lke
Domrla, Colic, Purulyala.and derange,
went of tho Stomach, all of which, when
originating In this cause, put on tho Inter,
mittcnt type, or hecomo periodical. This
"Com:" expels the poison from Iho blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. It Is
an Invaluable protection to Immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing in
the malarious districts. If taken occasion,
ally or dally while exposed to tho Infection,
that will bo excreted from tho system, and
cannot accumulate In sufUcicnt quantity to
ripen Into disease. Hincii It Is oven mora
valunbla for protection than cure; and few
will ever suffer from Intermittent If they
avail themselves of tho protection this rem.
For I.lver Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of tho Liver, It Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating tho I.lver Into healthy Activity,
and producing many Jruly remarkable curoa,"
where other medicines fall.
I ' PREPARED BT
Dr. J. C. AYEIt CO., Lowell Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
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1,041 Mttnhood und all ill40iitcrs hruin.ht
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Inn he InKivdlents,
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