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Omen tfetiu Frton 7:30 a.m. to G;90
.Bundajr from 7to0n.ni. Money
WW o.vuiun. to o:w p.m
CloMf
Arrives.
A. If
AIM.
IMS.
1:30
MM
10:)
lOiOO
10:08
e.-oo
Illinois Ontrxl 11 11
Dally.
Mis. Utntral R U
Calro A vlacrnno
lilt Tuilr.
8:00 S;06
2:00
5:00
1.00
Cairo. Arkansas A
Texas K H-Dally
Ohio Klver Konle
Dsllytxc't Monday
Miss. UlVfr Home
Up, Sun. Til. Fri
Dawn.Tii.Tha st
llillte I
! :
C:00
rrldyA Saturday
KAII.HOADS.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAU L.AVX OAir.0
Mallst 13:15 a. m -.Daly
Kxprres t. 2:30 p. in
Freight at..-. 4:Ws ni-Kxcept Sumbiy.
rrelghttt ll:00s, m... "
Freight lit 4:30 p. m...
freight t ..... T !'!. m...
ARRIVE AT CAinO
tail at - .1:00 . oi Dull)'.
rre&kt it-.-. 8:4a n.m- Mombiy
f&Lghlst.. . OMv m- V. "''
rHgnt at ......10.WB.m-. .Sunday.
JAKES JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. L0UIg,IR0N MOUNTAIN
AND
gQUTHERlf RAILROAD.
OMNIBUSES nrrlvc afnud ilqwrt from the
ofllec, M Ohio Levee, n follows;
Through freight leties Monitor. cdnesday
and Friday sit lu.-oor. u ( Arrives on Tuesday,
1 hursday and Safuiday nt 1 1 (IS a.m.
Texas Express lwevcadAlly at t:) V M , ami
arrives at 3:30 A JI.
Passenger Accommodation leave daily ex
cept Sunday at 2: a m ; arrives daily at 11 la
a.m.
Time to all point in Texas and Arkansut,
CA HOURS LSS THAN BY A2JY
Zdb OTHBB ROUTE.
Time from Cairo to LItUc Ruck, 13 hours.
To Tcxarcaas. bourn
To Jeffcrvm, Trxar, 25 hours
To Mm hall, a Lours
To SUrererwrt, Louisiana, 2) hours
To Dallas, Texas, X hours
Ta-Jiearne, Texas, 3." hours.
To HoMJlon. Texas, il hours.
To Galveston, Texas, 44 hours
C. W. HEQTTEKB01TRO,
A rent Cairo Ills
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TIMH OATUJ.
On and after June lit. trains will run as fol-
ows, Xmayt excepted, lrom the corner of
eooi3 ftrm and Commercial avc-noe, Cairo,
n Unci-
corse 5orrn
in ISA M
:cm6T(.l5ro
7:-
curse wra
Inre Hast M. Louis .
MA
t 4- J
1 '(HI
4-41. '
M
M.
AjTire AlurjiUrhlMU-rf-Vre
MurjiL2liuri
vsirp -
Contieeiue tt fct. Louis wllti ull rrulm "Wert
aifSNonli. .1 LKlNOKl.tY.iupl.
K, V. CLAiaC Ctaicrul IWiw Afieul.
CAIRO & VmCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, BVANSVILLE, INDIAK
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
rOUBTEEN -HOURS E.VCH WAV,
AND ALL DAYLIGHT HUN 3.
Msglhraagli Without Change !
IXDIAXAI'OLtS AND CINCINNATI ExrUKilS.
lores Cairo 4:00 a. m
Arrives at Cunul e:-
Arrives at Vinccnnei 11:13 "
" " "iir mi ri .
Arrive J at Kransvllle 4:18 p.m.
TIA INDIANAPOLIS AND VINCENNES 1IA1LIIOAD.
Arrives at Indianapolis- 4:.'Xi i 111.
VIA OHIO A.VD MlSSISSlm 1IAILIIOAD.
Arrives at North Vernon 6:4.-, p.m.
Arrives at Clnclniutl n:wi
Arrlvis at Louisville -7:15 "
CAtno txvnL'i
Leaves imaaapalts - K'M ;m.
Lasres ClnclnnaU 0:i
Leaves Louisville -7:00 '
Arrives at Vincennes 2:n0 p m.
Leaves Vlncennea ...... 2:21 "
Leaves Evansvllle 11:10 a.m.
Arrives at Carrol ... 4:43 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo U:30
Making cloe connections to and from all
Dolnts Kast and North, at Indianaiiolls and Cin
cinnati, and to and from nil points South and
nesi 01 cuiro uy run aim river.
MOCNU CITT ACCOMMODATION,
The Mound City Accommodation rum. Wed
nesday and ijaturday.
Leaves Cairo . 12:25 nnd 5:00 1 m
Leaves Mound City 1 :l5nnl 4:30 p. m
X. B. GOODRICH, II. L. MORRILI..
lien Ticket As't. Ocneral hup't
tarror lniormatiou rciaiire 10 rates nnn con
necflons, apply to JAMB-i MALl.OKV,
71 Ohio Levee.
Allen, Mackey & Co.
New and Elegant Styles
CARPETING!
CURTAIN GOODS,
PAP E R HANGINGS,
We are offering great Inducements in nil ol
the above departments to the wholeulc and re
tail trade. General insjicctioil lnvlte.1
233 State Street,
On Block South of Falmer House,
Olaloaaro, HI.
4ll-3-20-dod4w
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
ArilvssCSMUrlsU
Murte4, or Uom stxxl M
TvT?Tu . I M eisslsjsleai. wil Ux
Ulssl tlissisilsila Us sslssw tr rtvrstwitis, tranrrlM
ISS WSMlSStM S.
TSIs Is as lasmsSsf rt r ktsd4 u tint
fM tlS sssssrau Marsrlici, scd uiulu vslut
IwrastkM far Hwm vb sra bwtI1 r eoslnirUu an,
rtsni tan II Is a ksot au coin u r sstn tsca
ssfcr. ssSasllsfl WMlml slrai its Una.
Il miu, iu asssriwM sal sSrict f a stnldu
sm miaan u mctt-vMs. sss skstill U Ii Ux fit
wis sa sisianiiboui ut ,our
' sxrrislsf Iks sulMl of lit tntf
iSS!t!t sSlr,I,w,' "
' iSUlK 'iliiTi L"' tttuv can.
f2? uL' UuK-", ft. II M. Clkia sinM,
sa aasui-j
teTJJSSJ? tlii .trtiM is
ajsMjli ,mt 4WaMs assas l ivwtr,,. ,
PARAGRAPHS.
a musician, nollcliiff tliat Ills frlciK
W4rii nt Ids performance, remarkcii
You nn a.wnre tlmt tilts 1. n very elMf
cult pasmiko." "I wish It was imposH
il)" replied one.
".lane, what letter In llic nlphnliet t
you like lioM;" "Well, I don't llko I
any, Mr. ISnoliln." "I'ooni nonsensi
tell right out, June. lilcli tio yon
be.t?' "Weir" iuinninj,' aim uroppiii,)
licreyes), I llko (ii) the liest." Jt
"Wliv, Ichabod, I thouglit yon A'-
married more'n n year ago." "Wei
Aunt .Icriisli, It was talked of, but 1 foilir
out (lint t lie girl mid all lier folks wel
opposed to It, ami so 1 Just gave 'cm il
the inllteii and let the thing drop." ,
Gun. O'nmt Is iald to have laid dnwl
"Shcrman'8 Memoir?,1 nnd remarked a
he sadly lit a fresh cigar: "Well, I n
beginning to find out that 1 didn't lm
much to do with the lat war 1" bho
man will give hhn n certlllcate of gou
character, howover.
Tliemaro 1,000 convents nnd mona
terics Inhabited hy 21,000 monks an,
nuns In llelglum. The Income of tho ri.
liglous onlcrs In that kingdom Is one hui;
dred millions of dollars. Germany
poor, and German flnancler.s would UliL
to get noiu oi mo inoncy,.ou mc groum.
that Ilelgiani nro true. G(liimns and Ols
lioncjtly usurped such n pllo of money.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIHO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVEBV JJESCBLPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
I Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged br all rood Muilcians to e the
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Ot vhSci we have noli over 400 dunng
nveive year- jn , necoming more anil morn
jo;uiar every "ay,
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Tower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well ns vocal music.
A TV. rrilL' ITinirt.' A If n!ni"llL. At'
.... 4. ..j mil, iiranbu
XX. Kasy .Monthly raymenU. at lovrflcurm
SHEETMUSW
In fcTcit variety. Including all tho new
and popular mtiMu ol the day.
Orders from the Country
promptly lllld and Rent
liv mail "
VIQUNS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FlUTE8'P.C0L0S,
TAMBORINES
FRENCH IIAKPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furr.Islicd to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ol the Rett Quality,
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for 1'iano or Voice.
1237Everv ik'crlrtIon of SIinlcul Aler.
chumllhc funilshcd to order, promplly and
ai prices lower man ever otiurcti oeioro.
OENCY ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
.Lust, ui 111v.11; ueauiuui gruiijic?.
All Goods Warranted as Beprsieated.
Address,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
HherllTi Sale.
IIIIIII.III iiiuuimiu 1-AI-II1UUI1 (UII1CU1
JJ recteil by the clerk of the clrr.ult rmirt n.
Alexander county. In the Stale of
imuoi. onft in uvor ol Vounir It roth
fN A- Pttlltttanif fitwl ftA nil,.. I
i. V aasji tv VlllWl IU I
vni of Alfnvl It. NiiiTnnl. a. a) nf A 1 vutulu
If I !. Ill, ..n..!..,! f.VK It IS '
erty, Initio couniyuf Alexander and State of
....uu,., Aiiciiuiijiwrsi quancr oi nit)
uiiMi r ,,..i,i ..v.'-v.v. v.? "vui UK
ti?vlllfi''iirni 0l"h limrterof .ection
andfnranlwurwer,7:tK
liwii0and-.hV;(?, inbioc'k'm.mrao
i'V" . mil- (ij IU UVV 101, IIOIU III
Cllltl'l. Ill hls-u'lr illmlss.r..l f.,.,- it (:.a.
, '"- iiwm .v v-s uitt III. 1UIB II U 111
h!,0ne i"? --veu (71. Uotli Inclusive In
, l7' ",M0 "umoereiione ill
i?Wf('.ljoll,,n.cwsV'em numbered
r..?,,J,iii),iLM numbc"'d Iw" W; three (3) nnd
"iir (4) , in block nurabcrnl live S), ou mmi.
beied wo (2 . four 14). live (SI, six () andiavSa
iiii,.1. 1 0li !'u.rabiwt lx('.)ln the town of
h'l'?!'n' ,y1'.lchl JUofrtT at public Vale a"
the southwest door of the court bouse In the city
. .muni ,y ,i uiiiy.A.u
!".,wJ- r.,l?"r" or "lne o'clock a.m
BI-O-24-wtd,
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS!
Lanuley's Patent Slate Paint.
Foil fiiiinnuc, tin. inow asuUbavcl Hoors
This Is a Firs and Water-Proof 1'alnt. es
Kff'l'f. for,8hlniile ofs An old
roof.Mate-l'aTiitwl, will outla.t a new oneun.
palnte.1. ami n new roof will last three times as
!L,r;1 " "I"1 As araatter of ViinSy a
rw.fnee.Is pa nt more than any other part of a
building. Price, bo centntier Jallon, Bend for
tamnhUt. AuiU wante-1. y ,ur
-too wit. 10'j Wiinii)Kton (jt , Ctilcsf o,
MUSIC
BAZAR
hjHitii.Hii ). I?:!?. ,
I I . irwisiitri' , H(af M I
iK!ri!2 . if i finff 1 1 fin
lltCAIiTrttTIOMl
lr.
'I'd mnoiinl of srrlp oul-
slniKliiift April .KMIi.
1H7.1 20,1711 ft!
To niiioiint oriiomM out-
stnnilliiK April 3mi,
1-73 lftl,2iW 20
IW,M7
4'r.
riielvnulc, Hole
llvlillN
Ijiiiis Hull Co ...
$ 2,7ik ml
n,l)ii 10
llv bills
recelviilile, Hole
Knliirh ..
iienny rin'
Co..
Ily lillls recelviihle, nolo
A nib Kh o ( o
Ily lialiinre iiiicuillMtcil
taxes .
Uy bnlnnrc In fincinl
limil
Ily Iwlnnre In veia-ml in
terest funil
1,1)00 If)
:1I,!UI 71
2r CI
2, IIH! I.'i
1,IM 7.1
2'.)7 21
.n 47
Uy tiilnncc Vox, IIowiuil
,V IvO
Ily Imlnnce in homl re
li'tniitlnn finul .....
Ily lmlance In city order
redcmiitiiin funrl
Illy Imlnnce In cmvcl roud
rcilemptinii lunil
7H a
4H.M1 10
UtllttlU't'
81,441
i;i.(Mf nillv ttilmtiltil
1 ' 4t u t'lW t'tt.. Inial.trsltt:
! o sia iii'iiwiiv
The monthly reports of Henry Sarget
F. Wlntcamp, J. C. LaHue nnd F. ,
Schttiler were presented and read nnd j
Inotloii of Alderman Thlatlcwood
:eived and ordered Hied.
Report of Harmon 11. lllack, C,
Attorney, In relation to the llquorbor.
(E. Jt. l'ctltjC. II. Lawrence mid I,oi
(f. Herbert was read, and on motion
i, ...,. .. ,.
t . ,,, oruu
THE
Uliy lcttlUllcll UclUH
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
orriceiH.
W. r. HALIJDAY, rresldent.
ItKKRY L HALMDAY, Vice Prcst.
A. U. SAKKOItn. Cashier.
WALTKK IIYSLOr, Ass'l Cashier.
D1HECTOM
Staats Taylor, II. II Gcxnincuiam,
L, HiiLIUAT, Vi V. IlALMDAY,
. WlLUAMON, Sni-llIN 1IIKD,
A. II. SArronu
Exchange, Coin and United States
jionas aougnt ana Hold.
TKr0SITS received and a general banking
JL-f OU
business don.
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. 9AFFOKU. l'resldent.
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice l'resldent.
W. HT8L01',
Sec' v and Treasurer.
DinxcTons:
P.M.Barclay, Chas. OALionrn,
V. M. Btocktlxtii, I'aulU. (icncii,
R. II. CCXNlNOHAM, It L. ILalliday,
J. M. PiiiLLtrs.
INTKRKST paid on depoiits at the rate of if
percent. er annum, March 1st anil yepter1"
lier 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added imn!,i .
dlately to the principal of the deposits, there, '
Kivlnit them compound interest. fell
Married Women and Children mi
ion and Children man
Coney and no ono J,,;
jan draw it. w
eeo.lr from Oil. in. to 3 l'.t
Deposit Money
oiao can
anil snturday cvsnltigs for bavlugs deposlW orJ
lrom II to 8 o'clock. Tn
W. HY8I.OP.Traattrert,
id
v-
id
THE
ALEXANDER COUNT!
Transacts all kinds of a Logitf n
mate Banking BusinosB.
fill-
he
P O. OANEDY. Prealdent.
HENRY WELLS. Vies Preaidod
TUOMAB LKWia, Cashier.
T J. KERTH, Assistant Cushior,
Oi-311.tr
ted
ew-
ton-
WAOII.S.
of
The Gamble Wago
aid
jper
JLVMJFAC1UHEO
JOHN
GAMBLE.
THE BEST tad CHEAPEST WAGON
VFACT0BED.
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVI
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
SPRING
a SUMMER
Prlces to suit the Tlmos.
Wholesalo Piguros, but No Credf
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
et ooor to Stuart & Gholso
EIGHTH STREET,
soiwiaui UOBCXEROIAt, AN
. WABHIHOTOH AVENUE8.
HTn.'.11?"?' F owers.a, Ucm,,
KM Vr.lvtJ. Hes, ItHChlufcV,
Kid (.loves, Hosiery, Wurstwla.
t'orsfiavo
and
was
Also the "Ladles' Dress Reform'
ions
HIT.
111 us
nrfkt. A.wVa f0,0? .w''.' VswJ'lH very low
.v. M uAJ,H OLT. I-ll-'A)f
till,
O.A.XX1.0, IIsIjIEaOI'10
I'cts
UY ft
i oi
twit
. ;, ' .U fl M 1 1 111 II if L
CAIRO,
ITjIiIIVOIS.
The Trustees of the Cairo City
Proporty dclrc to call public attention
to the merit j of theii property, compris
ing a considerable portion of the City of
Cairo, hi Alexander County, in the State
of Illinois, mid land' Immediately adja
cent thereto.
This cltv. us Is well known. U iltuatedat
the lomluetice of the Ohio and Mlxiislppl
rlvirs, at the head of uninterupted naviga
tion on the MUhlssllpI, belnx below ob
structions by Ice In tho winter and low
water In mninier, uul thus l:a a clear nnd
opun river coniiiiuiiUiitlon at nil times over
tile Jlli-slssli pi ami us iriuumries, with ull
tho c mulrv Kotith. to tlio Gulf nt Mexico
and the Atlantic Orcsn. Cairo has also the
same character ol communication with all
the country north over the ktrcams flowing
by it, when tho.-o ttrcim are not IminM
gable by reason ol Ice or low water.
neiorethe era oi ltaiiroaus, Cairo nail n
coinmundltip poshion 34 a centre of com
niercc anil navigation. This Importance) ol
position she 'till Pomik.cs. but lias now the
additional ndwitilaeo ot being a great rail
toad c mre, a number ol the iuot Import
ant ralltoau-iu me aucy 01 llie Jll(sl--lppl
coiiverlnt' to and haxlii); ttiilr termini
there. Am ns these, coming from the north
arc the gtenl Ulluois Central ltallroitd,
which lravcr;ea tho entire rtate of Illinois
Iroru;it extreme northern and north-cistern
to In i-outliern limits, and by itsconneetiriiii
extends Into all (he great northwestern
grain producing Stutc ; the Cairo and Vln
eenneii, extending from Cairo to ihc City of
Vlocetioes, In tho Hlate of lndiant, where
Its connection' afford direct railroad com
munications with all Ka-tcrn cities: aim
the Cairo .V it. Lotus Ilallroad, anorilliiR a
direct railroad communication with the
City I !-t. LcuIb and all the railroads cen
tering there Tho roads coming lrom the
South arc the Mew Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Itullroiids. wblfh Rive illn ct mllro.nl com
munication with Uin cities of Mobile and
New Orleunr.and other Southern Attautlti
no.1 potts. nu by connecting roads with all
the country totith of Cairo ; and coming
lrom the southwest Mhe Cairo, Arkanai
and Texas ItillroaJ, which Mlords clmllur
communication with Sontbcrn Mt-souri,
Ai-kansa- ami Texas, and thu prlncijial cit
ies of those states. 'Mils Ust-uamed rosd
will gle, alo. direct eounectlon with thu
Tex at and l'aclllc Hoad when it In com li
ted, thus gUln direct communication wl h
tho principal porti ol tho l'aclllc Ocean.
I'heso ra lroads, terminating at Cxlro, are
now all completed and in successful opera
tion, thofo In Illinola coming into tho city
on a bank otcach ol the rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and termination al their conflu
ence, ihui cnclrclini: tho citv. The Ilollv
lowllig" YOttf yw""11 ' ' vina-aa.1;-Aycs
Halllday, Lancaster, Nellis,'
her, I'atier, 15lttenhoue, Thlstlewill
and Wriglit-S. h
x. lo
Nays-0. ,
Jlesolval, Tliat the Street Comrnl'0 I
I... .....I ...n l.n,l... ...l.nl...l If I.. 0
UV tllU lll.(VU HHlilUUU,U 14 111 I .
Judgment dn(cU lor the best intereer
I ho city, to complete tho repairs on Tv
ttcth street and Washington nVcnue,
any portion thereof by contract
A communication lrom the Jiayor
rojrnr'i to tin' cisterns nt Ninth stV"1
CVmiiuei'oI'ii nvu....u, .... a in regard to
lecting tax from forclirn lnsuratico c
tlnllios. Wn? tirp.lllti(1 nnd mul nml of
..,.!.. 1 1 er
iiiuiiua icv.i:it;ii. jQ
On motion of Aldermnn Wright al
portion referring to cistern? was refct'oi
to tho Firo Committee, and that porph
relative to foreign insurance conipaiju
was referred to the city attorney wltlct
struetious to prosecute those comnnllu'
not complying tvitii the law.
A petition of the City of Cairo thro
Its attorney, H. II. JHack, to the Un
States circuit court for the Southern
trlct of Illinois, praying tor redress 11
tho action of the Cairo it Vliiceiincs
road in not complying witli the ordini
, ....
L;uimiii ;uu roau riglll OI on
011 Commercial Avenue, was de
bcnttd nnd read, and, on '!',
tlon ot Alderman Halllday, the ul,
attorney was instructed tn nninnil .''
petition to as lo cover the late rail r?-
ordinance adopted bv thu (-01111011 nnor.
cts
v . en.,, I't.t.Ki.ii iiiu fliuu i;uil(
as vui jy 11 u.nu n.s possiuic. 111
On motion ol Aldtrmau Wright?."
.iiiiuiiuv vi t,u wvmiu ui Qiujiiicu oniap
was llxed at live htimlrcil dollars, lot
bond of Stephen Uradley wus then
sciited, and on motion of Alderman
teahouse, approved,
The Mate and city liquor bonds c
Smyth & Co., I.ouU Herbert, 0. II.
roncoand K. It. ivtlt were read, nm
motion of Aldirumu Lancaster,
proved.
Thelboud of I.. II. Myers, auctions
was read, and on motion of Aldeich,
.nU
Wright, approved. c
On motion df Alderman Wrigh.cd"
previous vote on the contract of la
(ialllgau was reconsidered, and the
ordered to request Mr. Gnlllgan tbo
present at the next regular meeting. ,f"
muuuiiimci ot tue cairo liuiicilllad
ii.uiy was incsenieii anu reau, am
bio
clerk instructed to notify the Itu
company lo illo a bond with tho e
tho sum ol'fuOO 00
On motion of Alderman Lam
council ipljoiirncd.
W.M. lui;.vcii Axi,
City (
aeo
I at
VALENTINE
RESCre-
or
ing
GROCER.
I
nr.
tlio
tut.
Denier In
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poir
Game and all kinds of frcxe.
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street. Carro
ttuiiitoiiur-fi
ciunboato prouiutly .
ii niiiiw mill
liUIIM If HUM
TiNWARE
Roft'igorntors, Water Coolers, Ico
Cream Froczors, Window Screen
Wire Cloth, Bird Cages, Mobs Baa
kctB, Toilot Seta, Fishing Taokle,
Lamps, Oil, Chimneys. Also Mo
lino Flown and a gonoral stock of
Onrdon Implements.
In j-.iiMi.-ltiiii U'ltli llie Hliovp I Lmii n fit. I
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Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief
and cure of aU
derangement In
the stomach, liv
er, and bowels.
They arc a mild
aperient, and an
.excajlcnt purga
ilfvc. lielng pure
ly vegetable, they
contain no mer
cury or mineral
I whatever. Much
serious sickness and suffering Is prevented by
their timely uso; and every family should
have theni on hand for their protection and
relief, when icqulred. Lung experience hat
proven) them to bo the safest, surest, and
beat of all tho 1'tlli with which the market
abound.. Ily Uieir occasional use, the blood
Is niirliled, Uie roiruptlons of the system ex
pelled, obntruetions lemmrd, and the whole
machinery of Illo restored lo Its healthy activ
ity. Internal organs which become clogged
and sluggish are eleinscd by Aytr't fill,
aud cumulated into action. Thus incipient
illsessc I clungcd into health, the value or
which change, wlicn reckoned on the vast
multitude who enjoy tl, can bardJr be com
puted. Their auKar-coating make tbem
(densant 10 take, and preserve their virtue
unbnpaiiiHl fur any length of time, to that
they aro ever fre.h, nnd perfeeUy reliable.
Allhnngli seare Wng, they are rolld, and ojier
ate without disturbance to the coaaUtuUou or
diet or occupation.
Full direction 1 are given on the wrapper to
etch box,howtoiicUiernaFjmlly physic,
and for the following complaint, which these
1'ltU rapidly cure:
For OyaisctMlia or latHa-astlM, Utl
Iraaarts, Laag-tsstr. and Lw. mt Assti.
Ilr, Uicy should, be taken moderately lo
rUutulnta iht. .tumacli. and restore Its healthy
tono and action. '
For lis er rtatltlal and Its various
syuiptouis, allllaa HaIacli, aicls
Maclsr, Jaaasllc or drees tick
arts, Mllloaa sCallc and Blllaas Wti.
rrs, Uiey should be Judiciou.ly taken ror
each case, to correct tho diseased aruoo, or
remove U10 ob.tructlon. w hich cause It,
H,T,u,ratt'rr,?r 'rrli.B, but one
mild dow it generally required,
lor nbraasati.at. (Daat, SBravrl,
X-IC.U"?" .f ". rala la
tho Nlslr, Back, and Lolas, they should
b! continuously taken, at required, u change
tho discard acUon of the system. Willi ucli
rhjnge Uioie complaint dfrappcar.
lor prams and ISruisslral arll.
last, they should be taken in large and fre
qucnt do.c to produce U10 effect of a draitio
purge.
l or NauarrHloa, a large dose ihonld be
taken, as It prixlurcs the detutd effect by
sympathy.
As a lilnntr rill, take one or two Jl7 to
promote digestion, and relieve the stomach.
An ocratloivil doie stimulates the stomach
and bowels, restore the appetite, and Invigor
ates the system. IK-nce It Is often advanta
geous wbero no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that
a dole of these JW makes him feel decid
edly better, from their cleaning and reno
vating effect on the digestive apparatus.
nutr-ARED nr
Dr. J. C. ATES ft; CO., Practical Cbemiiti,
hOWF.lL, MASS., V. H. A.
foil HALE T ALL niUOOISTS I.VIUIYWIIKKK.
Ayer's Aue Cure,
Tor Fever .sm Airue. Intermittent Ve.
ver, enm i'ever, Hemlttont Fever.
Dumb Aue, Periodical or Bilious Fe
ver. Ac, and indeed all the affection
27Xltta-Som wbrlu. marsh, er
m titans no poisons.
"Ps No one remedy I louder
called for by Uie neceatltlea
KalVr' of Uie American people than
H Hf 1 a sure and sare cure for
sVbmsjI Frvrr uail Aaaa. Such
Af " we are now enabled to slier,
m with a perfect certainty that
ttwlll eradlcato the disease, and with nssttr
anct, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from Itt use In any quantity,
That which protects ftom or prevents this
disorder must bo of imminto service In thu
communities where It prevails. Vrenri.n
Is better than cure: for the naUcnt etc nr.es the
risk which ho must run in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This " Cuiib" expels
tbo miasmatic poison of Fevrr sail Ag-uu
from the ay.tem, and prevents tho develop
ment of tho disease, tf taken on the first
approach of Its premonitory symptoms. A
treat superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for tho speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittcnts Is. that it contains
no Quinine or mineral; consequently It pro
ducea no quinism or other Injurious effects
Whatevor upon U10 constitution. Those cured
by It aro left is Iieallhy ns If they had never
li.id tho disease.
Ccvrr wad Agar, it not alone tho eon.
sequence) of the miasmatic "poison, A great
variety of disorders arise from Its Irritation,
among which ore JT ettralg-la, ItaruDia
tliat, Goal, UaMiMche. Bllailaraa.
Teatkacke, Earache, Catarrh, Aata
saa, Palpllattoa, Pataral AtTocllou
f the Saloca, Hjttsrtct, Pal a la lhe
Bawelt, Callc, PMrttlytlt, and derange-
meut of tho Stomach, all or which, when
originating lu this cause, put on tbo later
ralttent type, or become periodical. This
"CtMtE" expols the poison from Die blood,
and consequently cures them all alike, It Is
an Invaluable protection to Immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
tbo malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or dally while exposed to the Infection,
that will bo excreted ftom the system, and
cannot accumulate In eufflcicnt quantity to
ripen Into disease. Hence It Is eveu more
valuable for protection Ihari cure) and few
will ever mffer from Intermlttents If they
avail themselves of the protection this rem
edy afford.
ror Liver Complaints, arising ftom torpid.
Ily of the Liver, it I an excellent remesly,
stimulating the Liver Into liealier activity,
and producing many truly retrrtw cures,
where other medicines rail.
r-RlrAssn bt
Or. J. O. ATER X..XowIJ. Uu$.,
UTC fOLD ALL ROUND TaTK WOULD.

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