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JOHN H. OHEIU.Y, Editor.
Kx-vScnatQf N' "ot 8nc''R-
Kiwi ICai.Ik.uta will shako American
dust oil" his hit about the first of Tub
ruary. Tub I'rlnci'M Xrtll' Is homo np.it n
from a foreign sliore, utut, with tier Kitfj
llh liinl.ini1. will stay hi Washington
for tlic winter.
StNATOii Tiiuiiman's late jx:odi In
the Senate on Louisiana, H MiM to rank
with that of Senator Shnr.' on tliesiine
Tnr. "can-cm" will open inSpringlleUl
on Monday eviMiliii; next, and v 111 drowns
larirc ncrowil ti nlpht, It 1 prvMUiiisl, n
the Uoiih- oritepnwntatlvesdocstlnrliif:
An Omaha woman kUnid Klnp Kala
kana, on a wager, it U 8Upposcl. diiritijj
lit reception at that place, and he wa
inigallant enough to wipe hU mouth with
n red rtlk handkcrelilef Immediately af
TiiKsiirunl wrvlec bureau hai asked
for increased appropriation, which it
will not get, as the government is eco
nomically disposed now.
Tiik navv vanli at W:ililiu:toii, I'liila
dclphla and New London aiv pronounced
wholly uhIo- hy the naval committee
of the House of ItcprcM'iitativcs. Hut
they vote three llioiiuid Itutllcal vote.,
ami so it It not likely that Congress will
aliolMi them just yet.
Davis, of the Sun, write. an Interesting
letter to Id paper from Snrliigllulil in
which he regret that the "editorial men
of our section feel but Utile Interest in
"the meeting of the Press Aoclation"
and can't tell "why it 1 unle it I be
cause there i to lie no dining or wining
or gadding about at the expense of some
"Wouldn't it be well," says the Phil
adelphia CironUU, "to send (Jen. Sheri
dan Into certain region of I'ciiu-ylvitiila
for the pnrpoe of getting murder statis
tic? Allegheny county reports forty In
the lat four years, and if the fact In re
gard to the coal region1) were collected. It
would lie M'en that the Quaker State Is
nearly as prominent In the matter of
blood hcdJing as I.ouMaua or Missis
sippi." Ooi.i.aday's lottery, which has been
a Kentucky Institution lo! tln-e
many years, Is about to be sup
pressed. (Jnllnday himself has been
arrested on the charge of swin
dling. The ticket that drew the
capital prl.e in his l:iit drawing, called
for a "iiierl inan-lon," valued at six
teen thousand dollar, In Howling Green.
Mis Amelia Caldwell, of Hoyle county,
Kentucky, held the ticket, and when the
result of the drawing was announced,
Journeyed to Howling Green to take pos
session of her prize. Hut when she got
there, she found that she could read her
title clear to mansions In the skit, with
a much certainty a she could get a title
to any man-Ion In Howling Green. She
got, instead, Goliaday's notes for two
thousand dollars, but the notes are worth
less, so she wiped her weeping eyes and
had him arrested for swindling. And o
the case stand!.
The reports of the proceedings of the
Illinois legislature and tlio-e of the bogus
legislature of Louisiana, have a similarity
which dlsagreably all'eeU the citizens of
this "proud commonwealth." In Louis
iana, where the Assembly now Kitting as
the law-making powcrof the State Is com
posed of Illiterate colored men, and Igno
rant and greedy eariiet-baggers ol the
Itadleal persuasion, the sjiectaele of a dis
orderly and unparliamentary House does
not K-em out of keeping with the circum
stances surrounding It. Hut In the cap
ital of Illinois, designated by the Presi
dent of the State Press Association, now
in session at Springlleld, in Ids opening
addre-5, as "one of the central States and
in point of education and refinement the
jK-rrof any," the same spectacle cannot be
characterized truthfully In k-s liar.-li
terms than as disgraceful in the ex
treme to the uetom In It, and disgraceful
to the. wholeState.
"WOHSii: TIIA.V TIIK riltST."
A SK-eial dUpatch to the Louisville
CvHricr-Journal from Washington says:
"Attorney General Field, of Louisiana,
w ho has been for the, last two or three
mouths repi-cM.-ut!ug Packard, Can-v &
a., and who returned with the iloue
eojunilUcc to tlx matters up, ha sent u
telegram ton leading Itadleal Congress
man to-iilght, In which he ay, substan
tially, "Haul olf your dog. The. new
committee is woro than the lli sl."
The house committee here referred to
are the members of the congressional Lou
isiana Investigating committee, who, dl
satisfied with the report of tho sub-eoiu-inlttee,
went to New Orleans with tho ex
pectation of being able to prepare a re
port which would le acecptablo to the
administration and to the Itadleal In Con
gress. "S-e!ng Is believing." Iftlmnew
committee's conclusions agree Miltnn
tially with the report of the first commit
tee, the laiiisc of tl,u long-suffering peo
pie of Louisiana will lxj made doiiMv
strong befoic lite people of the whole
(untry. 1 lie linlleatlons that the com
mittee aro disposed to deal fairly with the
subject lefore them and deeldo rm
thu side of right and Justice, are b:id for
Grunt and Kellogg and Sheridan and "the
party." Congress will hesitate before it
will repudiate the report of a committee
which itself refused to accept the report
of Its sub-committee, and wero then
forced, by the evidences of their own
sight aim hearing, to coincide with it.
Gen. J'leld was rlirht when In.
U-Icgrapheil "tho new committee is worse
man mu iir-d," ir hy worm he meant
worse for the Itadleal party. Thu moral
weight of the last report will be crushing.
MRS. S. J. S. TO M. T.
Tlmt l.oclnrc .tiilti.
for the Cairo Ilullrtlii.
' Hector Kostcr ml to Gluslrr,
In a li(irr ol'mln,
ltrlrirl in n imilillo,
lip to In middle, ,
Ami never Went tlierrnsnlii."
And I do hope,tnvdenr.M.T.,that,Just
liernuse my poetical fancy, In a waywnrd
lllght, happened to light on this sublime,
tiling, you will not Imagine It ns In any
way connected with your article, or
Dr. Thayer it trip to Vlucennes.
"Stepped In a puddle, it) to his middle,
and never went there again." One lc
comcs retlcctive, and grows inelaucholly
almost, when contemplating the suggest
ive, Instructive picture! How sweetly
pretty ; how expressive of thepllght.nnd
determination for the future of Dr. Fos
ter 1 Hut how the curlou public must
have reveled over the view till poem
dleloses. of "thejealous and spiteful side"
of the author' nature
Now, mv dear M. T., how can 1 better
show my appreciation of your admira
tion of my humble ell'ort., than by fol
lowing your advice, and vvrltlngfor you
"a pretty little story," which I do with
little ell'ort, because I feel morally certain
I know where "mental crutches" are to
be found, if I should need them. The
necessity for them doubtless produced
them ; and the llrst hmj 1 find for your
new Invention Is to prop iiji your bioad
assertion that "your, etc.," did not hear
Dr. Thayer" lecture on Spiritualism.
Let me ask you, my friend, huc ilo you
Von further state that the Doctor's lee
litre In Vlnceiines " completely and ef
fectually made vvnr on them (the Sphlt-
uallsts) that they had not strength to
rle from his crnhlng argument."
(Crutch No. 2 comes in here, and again
let me ask : How do you know:)
Your "dare," as you ue It, - funny;
but good. Did Dr. Thayer, at any time,
Invite or Intimate a desire to have any one
meet him In debate on Spiritualism at
Vlnceiines, or any other place; Possibly
the Vlnceiines friend might have raised
up a champion ipilte worthy to have met
Dr. T., had any Intimation locu given
them that they would be meeting the
Doctor's wishes by so doing.
If you claim, ns you probably will, that
the Doctor hluisclt is your au
thority tor the statement you
have made, I shall have to
taxyou forat;lea.t a car load of "crutches"
to prop up the "thin" foundation you uo
as a basis for your statements.
Jrr-t here, a an Illustration, let me re
peat to you ( In my happlct manner, 1
hope) a little story that dame Kuiuor told
all over our city, less than one year ago.
This Is how it goes: "Once upon a time
a good man, named Parson Wnllar, was
sent by his ecclesiastical superiors to
take charge of a spiritual llock way down
in Egypt. He found most of his sheep
gone astray, and was aggrieved Ihurcat
and sore perplexed ; and he turned about
in his own mind for thu reason why, and
like a wise shepherd, decided that they
had strayed for lack of projier. nourishing
food in their own pasture, and so he re
solved to give them what they needed.
Hut llrst, as a mark of kindly feeling, he
consulted with pastor Thayer, and pro
jioscd that they two should combine their
efforts, mid bring .back the all-gone
wrong sheep to their respective folds.
Shcjiherd 'I', would.have nono of It. mv
story says, and when shepherd Wallar
brought his dogs out, and got tliciu on
the right scent, and drove In all his own
and almost everybody else's sheep, shop
herd Thayer grew jealous, and mount
lug his rostrum, "preached a ranting ser
mon" (does this sound familiar to you)
to his people, telling them how ruinous
Uovv perilous, how eTaneseent was the
food which shepherd Wallar was feeding
to ids sheep.
And my story goes on like this : In a
short time after this, while, In fact the
sheep nfshephcrd W. were yet frolicking
and rejoicing in the rich pasture their
shepherd had prepared for them, Dr,
Thayer went to St. Louis and Joined
naminouu. the noted revivalist, win
was "milking tilings howl" there, and
then mounting a stump, llguratively
speawmg, on a street corner, literally
speaking, tills tremendous old humbug
men and there tolifof the great (muring-
outot salvation that was going on down
hi hgypt. and cited hitiutlf a the hum
hie Instrument through which the Lord
had seen III to bring this great blessing,
a. In part, a recompense to hhn Tor his
successful efforts In defeating in debate
the great Huston Infidel, William Den
ton ; wlicn, the truth of the matter was,
he refused to meet Prof. Denton at all.
and only delivered tho llrst of his course
of lectures, purporting to lie In reply lo
.nr. w.,on mo Identical evening when
the last named gentleman was advertised
to deliver his last lecture in Cairo !
This ends my little story, which Is but
a too well authenticated tale; and I feci
sure that you and I would not wonder if
the Spiritualists should feel "the odds
agalnt them," and fall upon almost any
plan to avoid mi encounter with the hero
of my little story.
If credence were given to It, it was not
by the Spiritualists, for clos upon the
heels of this, they Invited Dr. Thayer,
more than once, nublielv. thromh'the.
columns of the city papers, to meet their
man, which you and I can testirv l. .1 1, 1
not do-shall 1 say, was afraid to doV
Dr. Thayer urged expense,, I m told, as
n excuse, aim when assured that all ex
penses would 1m! met by the Si.lrine.iu..
he yet did not, and never ha, dared to
accept an Invitation extended to ,m to
meet In debate any Infidel or Spiritualist
that ever came to Cairo to lecture.
It would bo presumptions in mo to at
tempt n deiense of thu Hon. Warren
Chase, who is, In many reMiecls. well
capable of taking aire of himself; ml
another "crutch" Is needed Just here,
where you prefend to speak for hhn:
now no you know that he said Dr. Thav
er's lecture was the best he had ever
neani against Spiritualism? What he re
ally did say was this: "Vour lecture.
Dr. Thayer, was a linn lecture the most
candid lecture against Spiritualism I havu
ever heard the freest from abusive argu
ment." I did not hear Mr. Chase's lec
ture; hut am told by persons of large In
telligence, that he struck ns hard as ti
man could strike who was striking at
"an airy nothing."
And now, my dear M.T., I will venture
to say what, but for your llattcrhig enco
miums I had blushed to say, that If your
test lie correct I nm not possessed of nn
"ordinary Intellect," for I do not coll
ider Dr. Thayer's lecture cither logical,
cll'cctlveor scientific; but. on the con
trary, of little lon e on either side of the
question he was supposed to he dis
cussing. I f he should repeat lt,do, please, present
him with a pair or two of jour new-fangled
invention, a a favor to
Illrrdlnir from Mine, 4'nlni-rli. Ilroii.
rhllU, Coiisiimpllott-'A Wuitilrrtul
Hociir.sTr.n, N. Y Jin. 10, 1874.
It. V. PiKltcfi. M. I)., lhiflalo. N. Y.:
Dkar Silt 1 had Hitlered fr.nu Cntirrh
in in aggravated form lor iliout tuclve
.ve.irianu lor itrcral jo rt Ir m Kroncll
trouble. Tried niuiiy tlucl is nl tlillig
With no h'tlng belielit. In May, 'TJ, hu
coming netrly worn out with c.vcefslvc
Kdltorml labors on a paper la New York
City, I wis attscked with Ur'ticMtls In a
cvric lor in, mi tier I up almost n total bn of
vole. 1 relmncil; Itoiiie here, hut had
been home only two WoeLi vv.icu 1 was
completely prostrated wah Hemorrhage
from the l.uus, IiuvIhl' lourievcie LIccJ
Ititf spoilt vritliln mo weeks, and firt tbiec
Inildo uf mac days. In the Setem.
ber following, I Improved sunlcien:
ly to bo able to Ob about, tlinuxh In a very
feeble rtale. My llronchfal trouble rciiltln
ed Soil the Cnlsrili was ti nfold voro than
before. Kreiy effort lor lebf teemed
fruitiest. 1 seemed to I e lusln gioinul
dally. I continued In this leeble Hit,
rtlilnj; Mood almost daily until rfbouttliu
lb it of March, 'T.'l, vheu I becanio so bad
at to bo entirely eonllneU to the IiuUfu A
frit nd fcuzgvvlud jour remedies. Hut I
wes extremely ski-plied that tliev would
di uie good, it 1 had lost ail heart 'la reme
dies, ami began tolojk upon medicine and
doctor ni'hdifgut. However, I obtained
ono of your i IrruUrv, and read It carefully,
from which 1 csuie W the ccLchulon that
) oil underatnod your lililsucfs, r.t lean. I
finally obta'ued a quantity or Dr. Hu'e's
Catsrrh ltonie.ty, your (iolden .Midlcal
Discovery and IV lets, and commenced
their vlgoroua ue acvortllog to directions.
To my surpriic, I toon licfin to imjir.ivo.
The Discovery anJ IV llets, in a short time,
brought out a severe eruption, which con
tinued for several week. I felt much bet
ter, my appetite Improved, and 1 gained in
strength and flesh. In tarec months every
Tcstlgo ol tli9C'atnrrh was cone, the llron
chilli had nearly ill.aipcnted,bad no Cough
whatever and I had entirely cea'cd to rahe
blood; and, contr try to the expectation of
tonic of my frtdiids, tho cure has reiiisincd
permanent. I have had no more. Hemor
rhages from thcl.ungg, and am en'I.elv
l.-co fromCsl.irrh, iromwh ch I hndsutlVrcil
so tnucli anil.o louu. Tcedebt ol grit tudo
lowolortlie blc'slnl havo r. cuiveil at
your hands, knows no bound 1 urn thor
oughly satlftlcJ, troin my exirlccce, that
your medicines will master the woist furui
ofthat criliis dls;ose Citarrh, as wu'.l ns
Throat and Lung DUras' s. 1 have rcctlu
incii'led them to very many i ml sLall ev;r
speak In their prabc. (iratclul v vours.
Wji. If. M'K.VC21I
1'. O. llox M7. It. Chester. N. Y. l.'JJ
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rrWK UULI.hTI.V iapaMMicd every monilu;
(rxcrpt Momli) In the llollctlu lIiiliainK, ror
iif r Wntiln,;toii ntcnur and Twelnh strict.
Tbi IIcllcti.n It serrtsl to city uWrtU-rl,y
tilUiful cjutWti atTweuty-FI CiuU aWul,
payable wttkly. Ily Mall, (la ntann-), 10js.r
annum; lx monthj, tC thrte nioiiUn, Mj one
moDlli, 1 22,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l"iiblUl.cl trr? 'llnuflay monilBCt 81 SJ
per annum, InTarUbly Id ailvancc llw ptntaze
on the Winkly ill U prpaU tbU o2k,
Uurt nbscrlber will obtain it tjr u suJwnlptlon
rice of tl a year.
IJinliien CunN, pr annum, $s; w
One aiiuure, one lust-rllvu, 1 (ty
Uiif squiuf, two iu.Mtlvui, fj
(n ftpiure, out neck, a jii
One rtnire, two ntka, 3 ji
Oue square, thrtt vrttki,. 4 01
Out s.put, out lUOutb ; 00
W K K v t. r .
One iquare, out Innrtlou, 41 to
Lli eulisttjutnt lurrtlou, so
EJ-Ont Inch it a aquaie.
S3-To lrgtiUr udrertlttM we offer tvptrlor in
ilucraenU, both as to rati of chains and man
ner of dlnplayhiK their favor.
KJ-Notlcea hi load column lmntnl for Flf
tctn Onta per line for ouo iustrllon, Tvriuty
Centa a Una for two Inkertlons, Tvrenty-rive
CcuU a line for thrts.- hucrtlonn, Thirty-Five
feuH n line for ona wiek, ami Seventy-Five
Ceuu a Hue furoue mouth,
Communication upon suljta of son
eral iutereat to the publto solicited.
0"A1I Utlera ihould be adOrrucd to
JOJLV 1.1. Oilllltl.Y,
1'rnMint Cairo I.clltlln Company.
ICE! ICE! ! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
WholMalo and ltrtnll l)ltr In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIBO, ILtS. and COLUMBUS,. KY,
At nulra a Wll-jon; I.CornorTv(lfth St.
WK will, run ijn Ire wufi.m Uirnui'houl thf
1 u,. . rr,"u': '1"Tr,',K porn lii Icnln any
. . furol.lt ii fr iyi.l.oiiU..dellii, illy Willi
t'lij U. iwae or cir loud, iWe ted in iuwslul
or Ulpimut to auv dlitaiicr.
Spend Your Money
Hint you wit ft It all b.vk In real olid eom
Oit, by Invn-Wiiif: It in on of our
t'amoua furtltlngoiit a womWfully Strcnt,
riwtuut and L'nlfonn Ifrat at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
J55TSimplc in construction, ctifu
ly munaged, carefully mndo of tho
very best innterinls, nlwnys hnH
llrst-rnto draft, nud jurtrftntecd to
givo satiBi'uotiou ovorywhero rind
under all oircumataucca.
Xxcolaior Mniifnotnrinc Company,
018 and C14 K, Mnln St. St Louia, Mo. I
0. N. HUGHES,
Over Uathui: & Uit'i.
"VTOSK but Firt-Cla. Colu-inic Hprr-
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The OldaatEsUbllahud Acr-ncy in South
ern Illinois, repiiatntlntc over
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or m hogshcudH, for shipment,
promptly nttonded to.
fiojrTo largo consumorH and nil
mnnufuctttrors, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yctir, at uniform rates.
CAIliO CITY COAL COMPANY.
t3-Hlllilay Ilro oilire, No 70 Ohio Utc
Cf llallidav llro ' whuii boat.
I'T-JsUyptlan vlllls. or
JjAt tli l.'oal Duiap, fool or TblrtyKlj,ht
J3-rot Office Draivor, IM
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
Kr.IT lamitanlly on hand at Jinn' Tard,
.. ,.-,,(;"n""ri'.lal aranua, eppoilla Broao1
Jnltrri prirmpllr nilrd.
Ual and wood (lillywsd tn tt ehara
lamt iliictlr chili 117-10. Cea
Tow-Boat For Sale
T',1.?' ?Bl'Milber offari for late tha Steam
l- tow nif ittra-Whtfl Iloat, lac ilan.mltt,
wllhenglHF miM-hlnerT, lurklra, apparel tail
furniture tt th mm tin at I alro, III..
1 "lrJ,',rx'h U.Ui f"'' h,r bl'adlhiH fwt. her
bollan't fi imf and 3H Inehrv diamettT. high
nreiurefui(liiNWthrjllmlfri 17', lathaTn
llamatar auU ft tuL J fitsl rump. t U
hu in riliiiiir and 17 Inchw alr.ike and all
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r 1 '
"lIiinucMloiinhl.T (he brat ataalnlned
Tfork oflho kind in llio World."
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and Itornry ctdture thnt h i' kept pace vv 1th,
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and thipgi'h nre eleaned by Ayrr't
and ftlinulated Into action, lima Ineipirot
disease 1 chanireil Into bealth. the value of I
which change, when reckoned on the vail
multitudes who enjoy It, can hardly bo com-
puteil. Their (UKar-ooatins inalea them
plcaiant M tale, and preserve their virtue
unimpaired Tor any length of time, in that
they nre ever frevh, and perfectly reliable.
Although ic.irching. they are mild, and oper
ate w ithout disturbance lo lu coaitllutlou or
diet or occupation.
Kull directions are riven on the wrapper to
each box, how tome them a a family rhyslc,
and for the following complaints, which uieo
j7 rapidly cure
l or Iyti-ilM or Indlcetl". X.lrt
IrMnrii, Lanciinr, and of Aiiir-
lite, they rhould be tni.cn modcrnlely to
Ftlmulate the ilomach, and rcilore Its healtliy
tone and action.
For ft.lt rr Cnmplulni and It TArion
rvinptoms, Illlimi llruilrfrlir. Nltk
IIfuiluclit, Jiauiiillcr ortVirrrn Hick,
tree, Illlluua Colic and Illlloui '.
vrn, they ihould be Judiciously taken for
each cue, to correct the diseased action, or
remove the obstructions which rauie it.
For Ilyarnfpry or IHuri liuru, but one
mild doe is generally n"pnred.
For Itlirumatl.tn, C-out, Orarrl,
IMlpllutlan ofllir Heart, Iuln In
the all". Ilucls. and I.olna, they should
he continuously taken, ns required, lo change
the diseased action of the system. With luch
change those complaint" disappear.
For Iropy and laroiisirul Mnrlf.
Insrc, they should be taken In large and fre
quent doict to produce the effect of a drastic
For Nupprrs.lon, n largodoso should ho
taken, as il produce the desired effect by
Ai a 1lnntr VIU, taleonc nrtwo VUU to
promote tligestlnn.and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose etininlntea the stomach
and bowels, restore the appetite, and Invigor
ates the system, ilenco it is often advanta
geous where no scrioua derangement eiisti.
Unc who feels tolerably well, oaen finds that,
a doie of these '(' makes him feel decid
edly better, from their elcaniing and reno
vating effect on the dlgestlvu apparatus,
Dr. J. C. AVER & CO., Practical ChemUU,
ZOWKLL, XI A 88., V. S. A.
von iaiji nt jlu. DUL'ooum Kvnnrwuaar.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Povor and Aguo. Intermittent Fo
vor, Chill i'ever, llemlttent I'ovor,
Dumb Aue, Periodical or ilUloua i'o
vor. &c, and indeed all tho affections
whioh ariao from malarioui, niarah. or
af No one remedy la louder
called for by the nceessltlei
H r tlio A mciicun people limn
H Br I a sure and safe cure for
tB-J Ttr uml Ague. .Such
with a perfect certainty that
It will eradicate tho disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arlso fiom Ita use In any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents thla
disorder must be of Immsnso service In the
communities whero It prevail. J'rttrntion
Is better than cure; for the patient escapes tho
rlik which he must run In violent altackn of
this baleful distemper. This " CYltK" expel
tho miasmatic poison of t't-trrunil Ague,
from tho system, and p.-cvent the develop,
went of Uie disease, If taken on tho first
approach of Its premonitory symptom. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittent la, that it contains
no Qulnlno or mineral; consequently It pro
duces no quinism or olher hijurioim effects
whatever upon tho constitution. Thoso cured
by It aro left as healtliy ns If they had never
bad the disease,
l'M-r uml As tin Is not nleno the eon
sequenrn of tho inlaamatln poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from Ita Irritation,
among which are Xrurulglu, Itlieuma
ilam, C011I, llruilucbn, llllndiirss,
Toulbucbe, Caruchr, C'ulurrb, Atth
ma, IHltilullon, Pulnfal AfTe-cllan
of (he Nilnrn, llyalrrica, Iuln In Ibn
Howeli, Colic, Purwlyala, and derange
ment of Uio Stomach, all of which, whon
originating In this cuee, put on tho Inter
mittent type, or hecomo periodical. Thli
Cuius" expels the poison from tho blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. It la
an Invaluable protection to Immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
Uie malarious districts, If taken occasion
ally or daily whllo exposed to tho Infection,
that will bo excreted ftom the system, and
eannot accumulate In enfUcicnt quantity to
ripen Into disease. Ilenco It Is even more
valuablo for protection than cure; and fow
will ever Buffer from Intermittent If they
avail themselves of Uie protection this rem
For Mver Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of tho Liver, It l an excellent remedy,
stimulating Uio I.lver Into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkablo cures,
where other medicines fall,
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i'raettenl and Analytical OhtmUli,
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