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Fielght at lo.-OOa ro. . Sunday.
freight t.. ll;op. ra.. "
JAUES JOHNSON, Anent.
' ' ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
SOUTH EUN RAILROAD.
OMXIIll'M s atrhe at ami dwtf iim ihe
ctiee, M Ohio lxir, ai r.i!lows
t Through freight Jeans Monday, Wednesday
t ! Friday at t'i.0) ,lu t AtrUrs mi TivwUy ,
IhTSday and Saturday at llilf n.iu.
Texas Lxprcss leaves dally nl llvup M ,anj
ml . at a .n a II
I'sj'eneer Ai immoiUltoii Ic.it.s ili'ly i
sptSundA) nl i Mr tu ) arrllt, ihtll' ul II 1j
a in.
i'iiuv to all points In Tcvm nn.l rki.EiU,
Oyi HOURS LE33 THAN BY ANY
TurifioniCalroi.toLlttlltock, 13 tour
ro Texarcau.i, -M hours
To Jefferson, Teras.J.. hours jw,
t, To MlrhaU, 20 hours '5
' ToSbrtTci'oit, LouiUi., -j ti,.un
.'I To Diill&i, Texan, IM hours
ToBcarur, Tcxai, MIioum
' loHoujton, Tcxm, tioma
t To liilrtilon, Trxm, 41 houi
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vxivrxj ownxa.
U" &jftir Jur,a lit, tialm will t-un i ful
I ow, rsunJayi rxcttitcd, trora the cotntr t4'
stccuJstmt and CointiiUxUl &?inue, (,'i.ro
Illlooli
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AnlTc Jlurplirtoi3 lir.l' .!
-raxe Alurpbyiboro I w
mire Cairo .. t IS
Connecting at St. lult w iih i.II tmlt.i Writ
aUNtth .) I, HJNCKI.Ut . .-:ii.t
K ii I Lll'.K, lntr&l l'Hiunnr Aint.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R R.
BIWN .
CAIRO, EVrANSVILTiT3, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and I.OUIBTTIjLE.
fUUBTBEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL DAYL1QIIT RUN4
Msg Tb?ougii Withoi1. Ch&ge!
IKDlASirOI.il ANli CtNi:IN'N'lll k.l'I!til.
Lcaxes Cairo , 1.00 a. ru
ArrlrK at l.'nrml (.M l '
Arrlvn at Vl
IA sr. LOCH A'ti SGL'TIIEWTEI'.V l:tLIIOAtl.
Arrlvn at Kvanivllle.. 4 IS in
VIA I.-JIHANAPOI.Ii AND ViN'C'KV.SI -j IUILH0AU.
Arrlres at Indlnnnjidlls 4 :30 j, m.
VIA OHIO AMI JIISISiiri'l lilll IKIAII.
Arrirttat Xorth Vinion
Arrlxis at f liiclnnull
Arrlrlnt LouliTlllr.
CAIIlOEXHSEil
.' . IS ii. m
!i;l)
Leat Inillaaaiioll' .',!0 m.
leave Clnclmmtl ii:3'i '
Ieavc Louisville - - 7:iJ "
Ame at ViucemiM s:i ji in.
cavea Vlnrcnnci ?:'." ' 1
Leaves Kvmnvlllc. 11:10 n.m
Arrlveinl Cannl.. (;t:i p in .
Arrives u! Cairo .i:.n "
Maklnjc close coiini-ctlon to nml from nil
poluta Last ami North, lit ImllanaiiolU unit Cln
innatl, and to and I ruin all MjinN S.iuth and
Wet of Calm uy mil and rhcr.
M0C.SU CITY AC'COUMllllAIIOS.
The Mound City Accommoihtlun tuiihWcit
ncsilay and Sfttunlnr.
Iavt Calm 12:2.1 nml S:0iiii in.
Leaves Mound ( llv 1 .1.1miI aai ii, m.
X. B. QOOORTCH. H. L. MORRILL,
lien Ticket Ait't IJeiiinil fun1!
Cf"ror Iiiliiriiiutlciu relattte to mle.s and con-
nectlons, apiily to
JAMK M I.1.0K V.
71 Ohio I-cvec.
Allen, Mackey & Co,
New and Elegant Style
CARPETING!
OURTAIN GOODS.
PAPER HANGINGS.
; areoflerinifKicat Indiieeincntt In all ul
': toe aliove ilnmrtnu-nu to the w hulivale uml ie
J,' tall trade. Utncrul iu lo tion ln
233 State Street,
t Om Block South of Palmer Houae,
Oliloaxo. HI.
44t-S-W-duodlr
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
A Prlrftl CoitMlorUtW
MjTi4. er Um ftbcm it
nyurlct ui mtUatiotij i
it Miul irftiB, vltb Utt
It j M J M
Tkia Ii ..lilui.. . .
wmriait. aa4 waula, f aluaki
irllaaaraMirnaaf Mta1 brFifnr..
), MUM U Mm Alck4t ni Unlorluaiu.
JSfMlaawlMaa,li,a,ailftiwta
4, m. . .
H 1 wzFnli4 T'
J"""" mm www.
lifku $um, Htrm
PARA0RAPH6
,ifpny p pretty Wrl of hutalU cxtrt
I -
Uon"ba3itnf,ebovo her 1!UUor'
i life. Why 'VWI ,nu' heitclt cauis ot
tja. ery'ciun ot the ocemi
Ulhvttxllntr fAluxil tnlH : "O, Ctmtlie!
I expect to Krailtmte tit licXt oiuinenre
mcnt.!,,Grailutite whnt will yoti fnul
uate in V "Why, In white tulle !
A Chicago iniiii thinks Unit tin' In
illanc nulit to he oxtcniiliintwl, bciimisi
nfrcr till Wllll.iiii IVnn's klmliic." to
tlitiii, "liny went Mini in.t'l'' him .tHtnl
up one ilny, mi l shoof tin niiiln ofl' hl.
little hoy"1- hunil with mi iirrow."
- A Infly, ri'tiitnltif from an unpiotU
ahlcvl'll io church, ileelareil that "when
hhc av tlii-'hnuli on tlioo Smlth, mill
then thought of the tiling her own poor
jflrl IiimI to wriir, It It witn't forlhi con
tolnllon of iclijrlon the (lid not know
ulmt flu- shoulil ilo.'
A 'Rcntli innii, meeting u Wall troct
frlciiJ, alil : "I'wjiHt iiiortjcncil my
house, nml have several thousand dollars
to pnre. Can't you tell mo something
neat animate to go Into?" "Ye,'' replied
the hroker, "I ran put yon to it sure
thing; buy that niortgug e on your house!"
A youii; lady was yesterday staiul
Ingonthc wharf at the foot of Second
street, waving her liandken.hlet at n
sohooncr lyinif In n stream. "Know any
body on board V" queried her eompmi
Inn, a lie. came uq. "So, I ibm'C ;
but they ate w&vlm? their handk'erehlef?
at ine,"-.h if plied. "Hum! (ha!) ker
(hon!) chlch!" he evelaluieil, dropping
hU basket and leaning agalnn a wood
pile; "why. tliem' the iuen' hlrti,
hung up to dry !' She wavnd Into a
warehouse
BOBBINS'
n
112 COMMERCIAL AVE,
CAIBO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHT MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wide Reputation.
A(.knonUlKt t,) all nood Musician to U the
belt fiano uow ruude.
THE QREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have' soli over 40o during
twelve year pait, becoming more and more
popular every oay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OMAN,
Splemllil tone. Power and fMiratilllty.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tluo lntnnuent, anapteU to lnstru
IllrUtttl a well ni vocul luiislc.
AM, TIIK AIIOVK ABK orKKUJUl ON
Kuy .Monthly Payment, at low Unire
reantlem of l.tti 1'ricei.
SHEETMUSIC
In creat variety, Inchiillti,' all the new
and popular lutlxic ot the duy.
Ordern from the (.'oiintrv
promptly tilled and sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCOKDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FI5HXC1I HAItl'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
I'tiri'.Iilied to Order.
STRINOS FOR VI0LIM8, OUITAB8, ETC.
Of tlie Uest (Jtiallty,
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all wades for I'lano or Voice.
CirKvcry description of Musical .Mer
chuuilUo furnlnhed to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever ottered before..
AJJKNCV ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for llltntratcd Catalogue and Price
-i-i ui inviu ovnmiiiii Krotipei1.
All Ooodi Warrantsd ai BepraienUd.
Ail Jlutn,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, IUinois.
BherifTi Sale.
llin.,1., on., l,f,vor' ot Y...n, Urol 1,1
voror VirniiTV'ir U."'1 ,.!,,
'"rot Allrtil It hnlTon , aih;i.fc I' Alrvamler
lia v n 1 11I npim ,e lollou Inir ileacrllaVl unii,
lllVn'ui. "(:,.i;,."".f."r A" X",',1"r " ta'te" 1
iiunui,. tu-Mlti lhi'iiiiithniKt nuurtci or thi.
VV'!."?,Vj,.lar'.'f'rvnn..lv( n.town.hn
0 ,i;V , O. ' 'J ."' .?.W it ofthe
of lu wi'TO r'of
(Jl), ill tiiwii.hlp llll.r.i (15) omh .Villi lu ril . o
lwe,tf thethinl,rinclml n.er u St hi imr fi
5?llrlrri,rihA,,
Ihrtv-.lN (.1 ,),),, town.hlii t i lrr. nj h
Til' nnF: lwo ? wc "t t tie fhlnl til, c l
mer Mailt lota iiuiiilKiwtoiiettltollu lii'.bJ 1II1 in
clusive In block numlwrvd one (I) . loN iui iil
e. to W uuH IUm (:t, InhloJi'n ,1" 'two
'i'i1'"'! ."Smhendoi.ed) to live (S), IMI, "
cluahe lu'Mock iiiimUnil four (4), ,t , u u-Uj-rclone
(I) to Kven (7K boll! Vncl ul"e
7 , ' inw iiuiiiuvren
elKht lsj, lot numlmtto(i), three (3) und
four (I), in block iiuiulitnil lite (0), Iota iiuiu-
If) I" blwk tiuinljeriit al.v(n)lii the town of
r. "" "i Aicxanuerand
htaleof llliiiol. iy the pi orty ofthe aaid .lolm
II. llrown, which I ahallorTer at public ale at
the aoiithwf at door of the court houae In the cite
of Ulro, In the county of Alexander ami State of
iLW ou ,h "'"teenth dar of July, A.I),
''. between the hour of nine o'clock' n. m.
ivlm"l'lor"l',u' fur caab, to aatUfyaald
execution. ALEX. II. lit VIS.
vim ViMr''ri'flc''''ntlcr:ounty, llllno .
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THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIfcl.
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
Of M0kh.
' HAfJ.IIiAY, iieAldnt
IIKNRV 1.. 1IALI.1DAT, Vlrt Piu4
X il SAFFOItU, Caibl.
V.I Ti lt HYULOP, A'tCait.ttr
1IIRKCI0M
SiA U TA.YL0H,
H. I. ILtLLtDiV,
H. II Ot-CiUjUlll,
'. P HAttlDAV.
u u WttitwuoN, jrir-ao; Htuii,
A li riarroKi.
EzoLange, Coin and United Stavtea
Bondi Bought and Sold,
DEPOSITS received acd a fuaaul UdUj
Lutlcuadon
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
OHrYrKIt MAROlt ii. IBdB
Cl'i'Y NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orrtcR4
A U. dAFrUUU. Ptuildebt
1 s TAYI.OH, Vice PMldtut
W II YSI.OP. Sec'v and Treatur.r
blKkriORl
H.M U.lhCHV, l.'Ui IjALIOIIkH,
P. 11. MotKTLtiii, Pall U. Scnuu,
K. 11 ILTINIMVIAU. 11 I. UU 110,1,
.1 M. PlULLtea,
1NTF.KKST puld on deposlta at lu rata of alz
tier rent uvrauuuui. March lat and Mautam-
br lat. Interest not withdrawn la added Imme
diately to the principal of the depoaltt, thereby
Kiviuk mem compound ihitcm
Married Women and Children may
Liepoan raonev ana no oue
oioo can draw it.
Ovo utry buiiueatilay l'roiuya.m. 10 J p.m.
and sat unlay eynlui( for iatlnir ilrpotlH ouly
Irom 6 t.i o'clock
W. HYBLOP.Treaauror.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTV
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti
mate) Banking Businoss.
P C. OANEDY. Freaident.
HENRY WELLS, Vice President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Caahier.
T. J. KEBTH, Aaaiataut Caabler.
M-Sll-tf
WAUOXH.
The Gamble Wagon
CAIRO, ZXaXiXNOXfl
MANUKA LTUUKII V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON MAN.
UFACTUBED.
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholosale Figures, but No Credit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart tc Ouolnon's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN ' COMJtEBOI AL AND
WA8HINQTON AVENUES.
HTik.-vSuJ?; r?l"r,; ly' i.
... . 1'lks, eHet, 'Ilea, Itur i uir.. I'lirneta
MdGlovei, lloMery, Woratrdi. ' ,-"r"tu
Alto the 'Ladles' lire Iteform'
ooaraT,
.!5i .'? 2' w syM of trlrnrnln Silk fur
"priof and Hummer.
t'lcs. for O'ASJI and tUS jjjji.v f.j j.,,
CAIRO,
The Trustees of the Ca'iro City
Proiwrty deliv t H public attention
to th iiu iltA nt theli pri'l-rty, couiprld
iuy, a cotitldf rahle portion of thi t.'ltv ot
Cairo, lit Alexander County, In the SUte
of Illinois, and land: Itutiedlately r.dja
cent thereto.
TM-i f Uy, ni la tvell l;uoUii, la 4 tllatedat
tbe conlluenco ofthe Ohio and Mlvlnxlppi
rivers, at Hie bead of unln'rrupted nal,in
Hon on the ill. Manlypl, loin helotv oli
atrttctlotia by lee in ili winter and low
witter in utramcr, and tltti ha a clear and
open river communication at all timet out
the MlsalnMppI and tlx IriMltarlca, With tall
the country touth. to the Gulf ol .Mex'co
and tho Atlantitt Ocean, Ualra ba alto the
name character ot communication with all
the country north ovet the rtreami flowing
by P, when thoie Mreim are not Innavi
gable by reu'en ,of Ice or low water
Itctote the ..H ot lialltoarW, Cilro lurt a
commandlnr poaldon at a cniitrv of coin
tneri'U itod ti'nii'ullnn. 'I'hU Itnportaticj ot
ponltlon ahe atill pomtesea, but imiiion the
additlobal aduntan or belni; n rejt rll
road c-nire, a nuiuber nl tbe moit tinpsrt
nut railroad' in the Valley ottlio.MlH.s-lppI
cOQverglnif to and hating their termini
there. Among tbete, coming from the uatth
are the great llllnola ( vntrai Hnllroad,
"bleb ttateriee tbe entire Mate ot Illlnoli
trom;lt4 extreincnirthern and notth-e.tern
to lit outbern liroli 1. and by itaconnectlom
extendi Into all tbs gtcat nortbweateru
ttraln productnx Statu ; tbe Cairo and Vln
cen&Hi., extending from Cairo to the City of
Vlucenoei, In the Stat of Ibdlani, where
IticoLtiectloni atl'urd direct railroad com.
munlcallouj Hllh all Kvteio (ttlet; uni
the Cairo A -it. Louie Railroad, aUording a
direct railroad rotnmunlcatton with tho
City st St. Lout anJ kll tbe railroad ten
terinir there, 'lho roads coming Irotn the
Eolith &rc tho New Orleant, Jackton and
Great Northern end tbe Mobile and Ohio
Kallroads. which ylre din it railroad com
munication With tbf elliee ot Mobile And
ev Orleans, ami other Southern Atlantu
tea ports, and ( connectlnv roatH with all
the country south nl Calio , and coni'njr
Irocttho lotlthwed Itthe Cairo, Atkanai
and Texat rtaiiroad, which ttlordi slmiUr
couirouniratlsn v.'.th S01 tberti Ali-eoun,
ArKania and Teza. and the principal clt-U-
of tho.e .States. This iait-natned road
will jive. also, dltit counectlon with the
'lex- andJ'fljtiic Road when it If 10m le-
ted. thus Kllntr direct commttn cation wl h
the principal ports ot the Pad lie Ocean.
'Ihese railroads, tennlcatlntr at Cairo, are
now all completed and in uccisful opera
tion, those in llllnoln coining Into the city
on a nana, 01 earn 01 inextvtrs, unto ana
AlUdsilppl. and terminatiox at their conflu
ence, thin endrcllne the cltr. The Hollv
Springs, Rrownslile and Ohio Hlver Rail
road, ana inn u.uro una Tenuctee Kiver
Hailroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are In course of construction and will
toon be completed, and other railroads both
in llllnnla and In States south or the Ohio
river, which wilt ubo terminate at Cairo,
at projected, and arrangements made, to
build them. The connlrucllon of thoe
wlll greatly Increase tbe nllroad communi
cations of Cairo
it. cenliul location in the rc:it V:illey of
the Misnlisinpi,und the vreat wealth of river
and railroad communication, ctvea to Cairo
uiiKurputscd advantage as u eomtuerclnl
point, as It afford to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the train producing districts ot
tbe North and Went, and rltullar access to alt
the agricultural 1 roauce consumers of tbe
South, tbua presenting the best location In
tue wcaworun imercnange 01 the respect
ive norlhern and soiltbern rntntnodltlea und
productions.
At a mauuf actinium location the position
of Cairo la not lens important. The crude
materials of every description, which con
atitttto the elements ot manufactured arti
cles, abound on every hide, Iron oro, coal,
of superior ipialily, and Umber of every
character, more than others, hclnu easily
aud cheaply acce-dblc, and the rich agri
cultural region ofthe itnmedlitu nclghb'or
hooJ, as well at the more rcmoto districts
rendered tributary to it by river ami rail,
furnl-li cupplicaol theuecccharleeof life In
Fitich ubundiiuce as to 11 luler living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured arti
cle are produced, the facilities for cheap
diatributlon by river ami rail are not
equalled.
Cairo has a mitral, iulelllgeiit, liberal and
enterprl.lng pipulaiioit or about 12,000 has
a auperiorayatem of public echnoli., which,
with others conducted by private entcrl
prlae, afford tinatirp t3fd edtieallonal ad
vunlaeca Is paraned of well-eatal.llabed
cluircbefi of nearly ,tory dcuomiiiatlon
has ptibll . and pi hat- bulldluiis of a aupo.
rior character-has a climate, which foraa
lubrltyand healthlitl Intluruccis cannot be
surpaed-hus a nell-roKUlated and tf-
c lent miinlclpiil ornnlzatlon, Its -trceta
lighted lthgas)aii.loiermetropolltau ad
vantagee, which inika it highly deelrable
and in reality not to ,n excelled as a place
of permanent mlddicc
Lot and Uml in Cairo aru now ottered at
very low price, ailordlng lavorablo oppor
tunities to purcliuve. and the owners Prc-
tent the location to the public as offering
uumuieu aavantses lor the ullrceaaiill ct
Ubl shuii tit o comincrcltl or juaniifactur
Inv enterpilkes, und tho bet locality in tha
counttylur pnuitahle luvealtnentof capital.
H. Staath Tayi.ok,
Kdwin Pausons,
Trustees, ete.
Caiko, Jt.i... .May lat, 1171.
0 K-tf.
HARDWARE
TINWARE
Refrigerators, Water G'oolom, Ion
Cream FruoBors, Window Nureen
Wire Cloth, Bird Cages, Moss Baa
kets, Toilet Sets, Fishing Taokle,
Lamps, oil, Chimneys. Also Mo
line Flows and a genoral stouk of
Qardon Implements.
In Conniclinn n III, the above I keep nllral
cU. 'llnatnllli, mid am prcjuind to do all kind
ot Job Work ruiihoit notice.
I kttp mi.-Witilly on hand a lire tntbly of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
ers' Hardware,
Wholesale and Retail.
Mileaarnt fur the rf Ii bruit J
rt-ll au t eanilne Lj-tulai puivLliif , ns I
Hlllnot U ur.JrtiOld
IUt eurner lUItt aud t'oiu. At.. I'AIRU.
C W. KENOKUSON
41!) II dly
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innriltd oralcgle, at tlia dan of womaiino.-,d,
tl.e turn ol ll', these funic Ultttrs display as dc
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- mr I.BsMHB,"rt " Chraoic Kheu
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Our Wash lilue 1 the I.cjI In lli lvnrt.1 1 1
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kur,w.a, i-iiierir ior wnurwasning. I'ut
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tat tbeiiilcal nlithorllr f,r Kunipe, cnn fldly ana
lyzid thi. Com March, and ,n It Is a tnost ft
(llent niilcleofdlrl and In chuiilcal and lied
lug pioitlis Is lull) Hiiiiil lulhe hrstarrow
root.
Iilrerttons for making Puddings, (,'uturV,
c , accompany each one jiound package.
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dni.st.d ronaulutlonsliia and solicited
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4 K tor. .slvth and Olive Slrreli
ItrKrbv l7mlio toMhryock &. Rowland
Iil Ashbrouk A Oi , IVUhinann A Co , UC6
bjlr, A I i) , W v i: ltK.li a co K M .Sam
ul 1 -..m 4 W-Wlt
Ayer's
Sarsaparilla
h widely known
as one of thi man
effectual rsvme-
dies ever dlscor
,cred for claus
ing the tystaa
'andpdrifyingUu
'blood. It bai
stood the teit cf
years, with a con
stantly trrowin?
reputation, bated on its intrinsic vutaei,
and sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild as to be sale nnd beneficial to
children, and jet so searching as ta
effectually purge out the great corrup
tions of the blood, such as the scrof
ulous and svpbllitic contamination.
Impurities or Ji;eaes that have lurked
In the system for years soon yield ta
this powerful antidote, and disappear.
Hence its wonderful cures, many of
vshb.li are publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all crofulous diseases, Ulcsrf,
Eruptions, and eruptive disorders of
the sUn, Tumors, Blotches, Bolls,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or Ery
sipelas, Tetter, Salt ltheuiu.
Scald Head, Rlngworzu, and In
ternal Ulcerations ofthe Uterus,
Stomach, and Liver. It alto cures
other complaints, to which it would not
seem especially adapted, such ai Drop
sy, DyopepHlu, Fit, Neuralgia.
Ili-art Disease, Female Weak
ness, Debility, and I.encorrhoea,
when they are manifestations of tbe
scrofulous poison?.
It Is an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the Spring. By roncw
ing the appetite and vigor of the digc;
the organs, it ilhsipates the depression
and listless languor of the season.
Kvcn where no disorder appears, people
feel bettor, nnd live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system moves on with
renewed vigor and a new leae of life.
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M'rmtUeat nnd Jnulyllenl ChemM$.
gOLD HT ALL DKUOOItlS KVIIKT WIIKgB,
Kvii-v rniir !nrsrriour.ci tlin iinnul nri
ty of this valuable Hair Preparation ;
which is tltic to merit alone. Wo
can assure our old patrons that it is
kept ; fully tip to its high standard;
und it is the only rc-linblo nnd perfect
ed preparation for restoring Gray
on Fajjf.ii Hair to its youthiul color,
making it nott, lustrous, and silken.
The ucalp, by its use, becomes whito
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff, and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents the hair from foiling
out, its il HtitmilntcH uml nourishes
the huir-glnndri. By its use, the hair
grows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old ago. It is tho most eco
nomical Hair Dressing, ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives tho hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
State Ansayer of Massachusetts, says,
"The constituents tiro pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality;
and I consider it tho Best Prepa
ration for its intended purposes."
SoM by nil DruggUti, and Dtaleri in Mtdiclnts,
Price On Dollar,
Buckingham's Dye.
FOR THS WHISESRS.
As our Rcnewer in many cases
requires too long a timo, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation ; which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents, i
Manufactured by R. I. HALL ft 00..
NASHUA, N,M,
tfimstAE6nABLE SICILIAN
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