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9JJB0 f OfTOITICE,
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9M. WmUj from 7 to U a.m. Money
OraeT M k.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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10:00
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Dally.
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Cairo A Vliicenne
Itlt Iaily.
Cairo, Arkansn A
Trriu It 11 Dally
Ohio lllver Itoutu
Dully exc't Monday
MlM. Itlver Howie
Up, Sun. Til rl
Down.Tii Tim. feat
Thelx Hon to
Frldar ft Saturday '
()
too;
0:00
a. vr. mckaio, v m.
RAii.Be.vnN.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
TRAINS LT.AVK CAIIIO
Mall at.... 12:15a. m Dally
Kxprea at 2:30 p. m '.'
Freight at-.... 4:o n. m...Kxccpt Sunday
Krtlghtat 11:00 a.m...
rntaiit at 4:30 p. in... " "
freight at 7:3') p.m... " "
ARRIVE AT CAIRO
Mall at .... 3:ooo. ni Dally
Kinross Ut- 2:.10p. m...Eiccpt Sunday.
Freight at.. 8:. m... " Monday.
Freight at 6:.1p. in... ' Sunday.
Freight at 10:00 a m... " Sunday.
Freight at.. ....ll.oop. m .. "
JAKES JOHNSON, A Rent.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
AJ.D
IQPTHEIW RAILROAD.
OMXIBUSES arrive at anil depart from the
omce, M Ohio Levee, at follows.
Through freight leaves Mnndsr, Wednesday I
and Friday at lu:0a. m Arrives on Tuesday,
Thuradavaud Saturday Wt& n.m.
TaxasXxpress leaves dally at 2:001 M , ana
arrive at 3:30 AM
fuKunr Accommodation leaves dally ex
cept Sunday at 4:20 n.m.i urrlvea dally nt 11-15
a.m.
Time to all points In Texas and Arkansas,
d A HOXma LESS THAN BY ANY
Ji OTHER ROUTE.
Time from Cairo to Mttle Hock, 13 hours.
To Texareana, '1 hours.
To Jefferson, Texas, S5 hours
To Manhall, 20 hours
To Shreveport, Louisiana, 29 hours
To Dallas, Texas, 20 hours.
To Hoarne, Texas, &S hour
To Houston, Texa, 41 hours.
To Galveston, Texas, 41 hours.
O. W. HEQUEMBOURO.
A Kent Cairo Ills.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
uv .fuiiu ipi, u.iUS It III mil UN IUI-
1 ows, Sundays excepted, from the miner of
Second street and Commercial avenue, lalro,
Hn hJ .nH ....... , . 1 . I . . . 1 1 1 i- 1
4IIIIIOI9.
goi.vo .souru.
Leave Cairo 10 15 A M
" Mnrphytboro 'JijOl'-M
Arrive Kast, St. Louis ,:fii
ootso. south
Leave East St. Louis..
8:30A.M
l'jli 1' M
Arrive .Uurphrsboro..
mil V m ! M .l. . . 1... -
Lave.tlurphysboro 1 ;(m
irrive Cairo tar, 1
Connecting nt St. Louis wllh nil trains Wt
ana Aonn. .. j. jii.nxki.EY, Mipt.
It. n . CLARK, General I'ussciutcr Aifcnt.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIBO, EVANSVTLLE, INDIAN-
AFOIjIS. CIlVCiriTfATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY.
A (aT ATT T A Iff Tr TTf '
AHA AAJU MAAUlUill M,U4 3.
Iwfoi Through Without Chogg !
IKDIAKAI-OLIS ASH CINCIXJfATI KXVUKHI.
leaves Cairo t;00 n. m
Arrives at Carml :M "
Arrives at VInccnnca 11:15 "
VIA H. L0CIS At) HOUTIIEARTKIIX lUll.UOAn.
Arrivej nt Kvansville..
I IS ji :u.
MA l.NDlANArOLlS A.VI1 VINCR.V.SK4 I1AII.UUAI.
Arrives at Indianapolis- i::v in.
VIA 01110 AND MltStHSlri'l 11AII.1IOAH.
Arrives at North Vernon 5:1.1 p.m.
Arrives at Cincinnati U:ini "
Arrivlsat LoulvllIo "
CAtUOKXI-UKSS.
Lea res Indianapolis
Ieaves Cincinnati
Leaves Louisville
Arrives at Vlnoennes...
Iauvcs Vlncennes
Ieuves Evansvlllc
Arrives at Carml
Arrives at Cairo
.. S:TO n.m.
... :. "
..7:0) "
'.':o p.m.
!"H:To a. m
.. 4 H.l p.m.
Making close connections to und from all
points East und North, ut Indianapolis and Cin
cinnati, and to and from all points South and
West of Cairo by rail and river.
M0CKD CITY ACCOM5IOI1ATION.
The Mound City Accommodation run Wed
nesday and fcaturday
Leaves Cairo 12:2.1 nnd 5:00p m.
Mound (Jltv liinanrtSiWi'. m.
uviuukiujh, it. i., MOKKILL,
Uea' Ticket As't
-STor ""onnntiou relative to rates und con
nections, apply to JAMES MALLOltV,
71 Ohio Lcvec.
Allen, Mackev & Co,
Naw and Eleimnt Stylos
CARPET1M1
CURTAIN GOODS
SSyaa
PAPER HANGINGS.
ttMhlrJrtnsKnul Inducement null ol
tall trad. dfPr,raffltt ,0 the J holesalc und re
tail trade, (jcneral lnpcctlon Invited
233 State Street,
On Block South of Palmer House,
A BOOK FORTHE MILLIOK;
A M " . . .
.r.n,.Hvufficnib
Ut Itit) otitic.
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PARAGRAPHS.
'I'lie llildliT of ft Kilntr1 company rati
away ",(? other tiny hi tklit to tins mana
ger, nt which the nvtnnjjer facetiously tic
r.-irctl that ho had cncacctl tlm fol
low for t fiddler, hut ho hail ttiKon thu
mrl of n hac violinist .
An elderly gentleman, returiiliiK home
from church, began to extol the merits if
the Fernion to his son. Said he : ".lack, I
have heard one of tlm mol delightful
(.cruioim ever delivered before a Christian
society. It carried me to the gate ol
heavcii." "Why didn't you dodge In f
replied .lack ; "You will never have an
other Mich chance."
At a ftinili-inectlng lat Summer, a ven
erable sister began the hymn :
"My soul be cm thy plant
Ten thousand fucsarlie."
She began In thrill quaver, but It wiw
pitched too high. "Ten thousand Ten
thousand." she fcrceched nnd stojiied.
"Start her nt 5,000 1" erlod a converted
stock broker present.
The wife, of the late Profo?or Ajswl
rooonemornlngandproree(letlaceori1lng
to custom, to put on her stocking and
shoes. At a certain stage of this process
a little scream attracted Mr. Agal.'s at
tention, and not having yet risen, he
leaned anxiously upon his elbow, Inquir
ing what was the matter. "Why, Pro
fessor, a little snake has just crawled out
of my boot,'' said she. "Only one, my
dear?" returned the rrofoor, calmly
lying down again ; "there should have
been three." He had put them there to
keep them warm.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by nil sood Musicians to he the
uei i iuiiu ihmv Iiume.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of Whlptl U'n IllfO wftt.l Ai-ni, IflA .1........
twelve yejii past, becoming moro ami more
SMITH'S AMMilCAN ORGM,
Siilendld tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very flno Instrument, adapted to Jnstrti-
jiicniai wen ni vocal niiitlc.
Ail tiii: aiiovi: ai:k offeked on
i.usy Monthly Piiymcnts. at low limirea
eardlcis of Llt l'riees.
In treit variety, Incliulins all tho now
ami jiopular music ol tho day.
Orders from the Country
promptly lllloil and sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCOBDEOiVS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAIYIBORINES
FJtKN'Cll HAlil'S, ETC., ETC.
Sand Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ol the llest Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
(K7YI!vnrp tlntirtntmt f Mnt.fii.i1 Mor-
chandUo furnliihod to order, promptly nnd
ui iirices lower man ever ouerou ucioro.
(KNCY ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
?iu.d J.r Hloxlratcd Cutalogtto mid I'rlce
LIU of these beautiful groupus.
All Goodi Warranted as Hoprojentod.
Addrefs,
nOBBINS MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
Ctia.lOT. 1.1.
ers .V. . Company, nnd tin- . iff
l'tel two (i, fmir 111 iiw. o , V !,s ,
V) in Work iiui,X.i-.,V iu !" umUxveii
ui V,,nZ "I nine o'clock, n. m
Siu'iCIS! "f ald d"v- ft 'i.'x"-1V' uiiK k"ul
tnI,7lru?u'uviii,;rrVv!',' i,u"f'1-
hlI-'tl.s.t.l
'Utm.cr.tii Tin hirlc.Vii
D1U7HD1I
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itOOH STORE,
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IIAXKSi.
THE
City National Bank
CAUIO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
XT V IIAM.IDAY, rr,id.nt
IIUNHY I. IIALI.UIAV. VlecTn-M.
A It SAl'KOIIl), Cnhiir.
WALTr.l: 1IV.-I.U1. Ass'l fnshiir
ntiir.cTor.4
, s SrAAr Taylor, II, II Ci-xxinuiiau.
I II I. Hallway, W. 1' Hallway,
(. D Willi oivox, Mnriicv llnm,
A It S vrronu
Exchnugo, Coin nnd United States
iiouua uougnt ana uoia.
D
KroSIT ivcitvttl and a prticnil lilikin
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 18GB
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricLiLs:
A II. SAKFOItD. I'resident.
S. .S. TAVLOIt, 'ice Tresident.
V . HV9LOI. ftec'yandTmiiurer.
muuctoih:
1 . M. ItAIlCLAV, ClIAS. tiALIGIIEII,
1 . M. hTOCKKLKTIl, l'AUL C. SCllfll,
It. II. ClIXNINCllIAM. II L. 1IAIJ.IUAV,
l. .'1. 1 1III.UI'.
T.Vl'IIItKST p.ild on depositsmt tho rate of nix
juiv.reein ht milium, .naruii ir unci f-ii.Mii-iK-r
1st. Iiitenvt not lllnlniwii is mldocl imme
diately to tlie principal "f the deposits, thereby
Ki vim,' them comiioiiiid inleivst
Married Womon and Children may
Doposit Monoy ana no ono
olso can draw it.
Otwn rrert lumlnnvniliiv Tri itnlfcl.m. to 3 t. Ill
und SiUuiduy cveiiliij? I'oi mhIuks ileposiU only
Hum i to S o'clock.
W. EYSLOf.itOTBUrer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Tranoacts all kinds of a Logiti
muto Banking Business.
P. C. OANEDY. PiBsIdsnt.
HENRY WELLS, Vice President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Caahier.
T. J. KEBTH, AaslBtuut Cashier.
o.i-3-n-tr
WAtiOXS.
The Gamble Wagon
CAIRO, XXjXjXPCTOXS.
MANUKA CTUUKU 11Y
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST And CHEAPEST WA00N MAN
UFACTURED. MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Pricoo to suit the Times.
Wholosalo Fictiros, but No Crodit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & GholBon's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN OOMMEEOIAI. AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
H'eVf' ',""!,", l-lovers,a, Ijues, UILIohs,
uuni .J Nt' Vl'f"' T V?' "lKH, Corets
Kid (lluves, Hosiery, Worsteds,
Also thu "Udies' l)res itefoim'
OOH8BT,
Hi'iri.rH'H L'ow of trlutuilnB fcllks fur
Hnrluirjitiil Hnmtii.-r
j-ine. Kooaa v HI ho d nt vurr lnu. n...
nrcs,
i, lor CASH nnd CASH ONLY, f-ll-ajif
' iBLftjaiju'JgttftLJj Jim- !J LXJL-. Xi '-LJL.I j.. U dJLMA JUlil W
( "ir a. J v T
v- - I i " I
CAIRO,
XIjIiXNOIS.
I'ho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property delreh rail public aileiitlon
o the merits of llielr properly, compris
ing a considerable pot Hon of the City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In the Slate
of lllluoN, and land Immediately adja
cent thereto.
This ctv. n. I. urll kllOWU. 1 Mtllaleil at
tho coniluenrr of the Ohio ami Mlllpl
river, at tliehcsdol utilnteruplcd nalj::i
lion on the .MIiiVPl, lcltif below ob-
atriiclloti- liy lc.. m ne winter aim low
water In tiiminer. antl thus lis. a. clear and
open river commuMMtlon nt all times cor
mo .Mitnsiriisuii w immune, wmi an
the rountrv uiitti. to the Uulf ol Mexico
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo ha nUo tlie
Mne character nt communication with nil
the country north over the Mreatu- llowlnt;
by it, when tho'i nre.ttn arc not Innavf
gable by re.vn ot lee or low water.
licKTf ac era o( l!alluud. Cairo had a
couimandici: position - a eentte of coin
tnerce nnd tmtfntion. 'rhlj luipottancB ot
uo-ltion -hotlil i)oefM. hut huvnow the
addltiousl sivantare ol being a great rail
road citrrc. a nutuner ot tne mot import
ant railtoidin fhr Valley oittuOli-slMippi
convcrfln; to anil having their termini
there. Aiu a? these, coiulni: from the north
arc the cre.-it lluol central ltallroad,
which haut'Cii the entire Mate of Illlnol
Irom'lt extreme northern andnortli-ei-tcrn
to it- 'outtcru limit", and by ltcoiiiKctloii
extend mlo all the jrrent norlhwcstcrii
grain produciin; Stale.-: the Cairn and In
cemier, exlfodingrrom Cairo to tlie City of
Vliieeiicc, in the State of liiillaiM. vvliere
itsroiinectlcs atl'ord diicc.t railroad emu
muulcatlons with all Ka'tcrn cities; and
the Cairo ,v?t. Loiu ltallroad, allontinc a
direct rallro.d commuiilcjtion tith the
( itr it M. I.culs and all the rullmaiii cen
tcrini; there The road coniltn,' Irnm iho
South arc th'- New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northern and the Muldlu and Ohio
Itallroads wfcich clve dirct railroad com
iiHinli'.vtioiMwlli tnn cillcH of Mobile and
New Orleins anil other Southern Atlantiu
tea pott-, and by connecting ro.vW with all
the country ijtlth of Cairo; and emuiiif;
Irnm the -aiilhwcft l.tli Cairo, Arkansas
ami 'leva liillroail, which etlord" similar
communication with Southern Ml-sotiri,
Ai U:nivis and Texas, and tho prlniipal clt
ie of tho-e States." This last-named roid
will 'Ive, al-o, direct connection with the
TeXH ami I'.icitlo lload when it Is com lo
ted, thu giving direct communication wl'h
the principal port ot the I'acllio Occam
Thee railroad'', termlcatiDg at Calm, are
now all completed und in mccessfnl opera
tion, tho-e in Illinois coming into tlie citv
on a bunk ol each ot'the rivers, Ohio anil
Mi-iliiil, and tertuinatinir at their conllu-
ence. thus encircling tho citv. Tlm IIollv
hirln-s, Itrownsville and Ohio lilvcr Itall
road, and tho Cairo and Tcmiwce ltier
Ruilrokil, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are m course or construction and will
coon no completed, and other raii "Vr,
In Illlnoisandln State '(" ?r the Ohio
river. whIeliwil'T"C- "". "l
nro nroieeM, "nil arraiiL'emcnts inallo to
i, uiKi icm. The eonstruetloit of tbesn
will urcativ increase tlie railroad enmmun
cations ol Cairo,
llC Alltri.t 1lA..,lf.,. It. ,1... ........ I'..tln..
.. vbitLiiu iiibuuuu hi iiiu iuai , mi,: ui
the Mississippi, ami tho :reat wealth of river
and railroad communication, give to Cairo
Hllfclir,, '.LLf.lt fl,ll,i.lni,.. nu nn... ... n-..lnl
point, as It affords to lier easy anil cheap ac-
tlwi Vnvlli nn.l Vl'l I.lli-... . ..II
tho agricultural produce consuiiicru of tho
-uui, mil. iiii.-'-uiiiiii iiiu uusi lueaiiou in
the West lor an Interchange of the respect
ive northern anil southern commodities and
productions.
A fi ii munitr.nliirlK', In....!!.... . i . - .... i . i
. I """o ."VJIIUII uiupusiuuu
of Cairo Is not lens Important. Tho crude
materials of every description, which eon
stltute tho elements ol manufactured artl-
find film, Kill n,i nvot. I.ln I - ,
ofsupotlor ijuality, and timber of every
cuui.icn;!, inuiu man oine.-s, tictnir cuilly
and chcajily acecsillilc. and tbo rich blti
cultural region of tho Immediate neighbor
hood, as well as Iho more remote districts
rendered tributary to it ly river and rail,
furnish Hiinnllfsrif tlm ,-r.cnin ,.r ii..i
' , i '-'.vkkeBiiiicaul IIIU 111
Mich abundance as to render living except
ionally cheap. When thoinanufacturedarti
cloB are produced, the ficllltlcB for cheap
distribution by river md rail arc not
equalled.
Cairo has a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
cntcrprlsiDK populatbn of about 12.000 has
a (.upcrlortystetn ol public echoolc, which,
with others condicted by private enter
prise, iitrordunfcutp, used educational ad
vautayes Is possnsod of wcll-cktabllshod
churches of ncail every denomination
ha piiblta und prvuto bulldlne ofn nupo
rlor cuarnctcr lug a cllmato, which for sa
lubrity and hciiltitiii Influences cannot be
(.urpassnd-has 4 well-rcKtiluted und cf
(lclent inunlclpa! orcnnlzatlon, Its streets
lighted with Kaamlother metropolitan ad
vantages, which mL- it hMilv dcilrahle
and In reality not to be excelled nr. a placo
ui I'viiuaiirui rC'lilence,
Lots and laud In Cairo nro now offered at
i i j iow prices, allordlnp lavorauie oppor
ttniltlus to iiurchasn. nnd tho owners pre-
fuiit the location to tho publU as oll'erlog
in uiuiuii nuvatitsgcH lor tno succossiui cs
tabllilhinciit nl ,r,r,,...r,.l nr iiianilfuetlir.
Inv entcrptisec, aml the best locality in the
country lor pmiltnblo Inveslmcntol capital.
8. StaatsTayloii,
Kdwin Fabhons,
Trustccc, ele
Caiho, Ii.i.,, Muy Jst, 1874,
h.NMf.
HARDWARE
Rofrigorators, Water Coolors, loo
Croam FrocEors, Window Soroon
Wiro Cloth, Bird Cages, Moss Bas
kets, Toilet Sots, Fishing Tackle,
xjiunps, uii, unimnoys. aiso juo
lino Flows and a gonoral stook of
Oarden Implements.
In rniimvtinn nlththe nlinle I keen n llrsl-
class Tinsmith, mid 11111 pii iinrisl In do ull kinds
of Job Work on short notice.
I keep ronsuntl) on hand 11 hirxevaileiy ot
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
ers' Hardware,
Wholesale and Itotail.
Snlrasrlit for the I'elelilaleil
JT?"C'aH an! examine before purchashis; , as I
will not lie undersold.
Ids curlier 1'Jtli nml Coin. A v.. CAIRO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
IIS-5-ll-dly
S1AY ADVEKTINEMK'TN.
BMW IftPWT! wanted to sill "The IVople's
SUVA Auail id Common ."'eu-r MHIcnl Ad-1'-
" It is the cheniiest hook ever published)
N-Jpucei, ovir S.Vi Illustrations, 1 ! Thou
sands buy II nt sight who could not be Induced to
purchase the hlsh-prlrnl hooks treating ol Do
mestic Medicine L'nllke other luniks sold
through ugents this work Is thoruiighly adver-tl-isl
thmujthoiit North America, liiis fact, to
gether with Ihe law slie, elegant apiniiirc
iind many new features of the book, causes It to
sell more rapidly than any work ever published
In this country. Those of my agents who have
find experience In selling books, say that In all
their previous omvasMug they never met with
such success or made so large waxes, as since
commencing the ale of my work. Kor terms
and territory, addresv (Inclosing two imstage
stumps, and stating evwrlence) H.V.Pierre.
M. !., World's IJHpensary, Iluffalo, New
ork.
Notk Mark envelope "Kor l'iil.l.ilng Dc
pirlment '
Before You Start
i.vriu: in tiii.
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OF HARTFORD, CONN
WATERS" NEW SCALE TwNOS
urc the best made( the touch elastic, und u line
singing tone, powerful, pure und even.
WATERS' Concerto ORGANS
cannot 1st exclied In tomt or U-auty; ihtydrfy
romjielltlou 'I'heConnrio si, l 11 line 1ml
lalion of Hie ll.uiun Voice.
.,?"'' MlW'iui'ly Irftw fur uu.li ,li,iltf
this in. 111II1. Monthly Initalfm-ut rcrlcved ;
I'ianoHiiiKl Organs tw iA'tuiid lteii-Moiier l
i.,r. ir miu:ii.i-ii1. .'ii-onil-lianil lustniiiients
uKlrent lliirKitliiN. Alfeiilsi Hit 11 led. A
lllieral discount toTcuchers, Ministers, Churchi-i,
Schouls, lAxlges, etc Ssclal Inducement- to
the trade,
Illustmled C'al.ilniu-r. iiulUsl. lliimre Wiit
ftHjA Sunt, Isl llro.ulwuy, New York. l!o
,1,.Vi7,
$50 TO $10,000
Has Imcii iiivslcl In stock Privileges and paid
900 PROFIT
"How to Do II," nllook 011 Wall .-t , sent
u-en ',"ui,!lridgi! A Co , Hunkers A llrokers, 'i
TBS A. S "Tlic choicest In the world-
m m ws Imiiorlers' iirlrH-. I. nrtri
Company In Amerlca-shiplc article pleases
everylKxlyTrade continually incrui-ing
Agents wauteil every where bent inducements
'Ion i t waste time-send forrirrular to Itobert
" ens, 1 1 v ejey ni., ;s, l ,, r, (ox I'.'.s?.
THE SAW j.t,T,Mrnumn,
lioit-mii, no otH.
mwmm 11 wbmh V 1 1
l'rnill tlftU' (f Wu' VaMir.
AddrtThcHim, S. V.
$77
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Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief
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.excellent purga
,tive. Being pure
ly vegetable, they
contain no roer
icury or mineral
I whatever. Much
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have tliem on hnnd for their protection and
relief, when required. Long experience has
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lest of all the !( with which the market
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Is purified, tho corruptions of the system ex
pelled, obstructions removed, and ihe whole
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ity. Internal organs whieli become clogged
and shiKgUh are cleansed by Ayr'f ",'.
and stimulated into action. Thus Incipient
disrate Is changed Into health. Iho value of
which rhanire, when rrckoned on the vait
multitudes who enjoy It, can hardly be com
puted. Their tugarcoating makes them
pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues
unimpaired for any length of time, 10 that
Ihey are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they arc mild, and ojxr
ate without disturbance lo the comUtution or
diet nr occupation.
Full directions are siren on the wrapper to
each box, how lo use them as a Family Physic,
anil for ihq fallowing- cunipialiiis, which these
j-ilt rapidly cure:
. For I7SmmIn or lasllvMtlsiti, List.
iNsarM, Laisssrwor. and Lw mf Assise.
Ille, they should be taken inotlerately to
stlniulalo tho stomach, and restore Its healthy
tono and action.
For liver Coaaptaliat and Itt various
svraptoms, MlUoita llsvstcls, Nick
Meastuclie, JismsmIIc. or Ureesi Niels
area, Billoaa Colic and Blllaaa W
sre, Ihey should be judiciously taken for
each case, to correct tho diseased action, or
remove the obstructions which cause It.
For Dyaratrry or Dltsrraeria, but one
mild do Is generally requirotl.
For narutautUat, Coat, Gravel,
Palpitation of tar Heart, Pala la
tho aisle. Hack, and ftlsu, they should
be continuously taken, us required, to change
the disease action of tho system. With such
change those complaints disappear.
For Mrniiay und IlroiMlral Hwell
lasx. they cfiould bo taken In lare and fre
quent doses to produce tho effect of a drastic
purse.
For Naparraaloa, a large dose should be
taken, as it produces the dctirvd effect by
sympathy.
Asa Vlnnrr fill, take one or two Ptll tt
promote digestion, ami relieve tho stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach
aud bowels, restores the nppctite, and Invigor
ates the system. Ilencc it Is onen advanta
geous vthcro no serious derangement exists,
(me who feels tolerably well, often finds that
a dose of these 1'IIU makes him feel decid
edly better, from their cleansing and reno
vating effect on the digestive apparatus.
r-KBrAREi) nr
Or. J. C. AYZK fc CO., Practical ChemUtt,
LOWELL, MASS., V. H. A.
roa s.vlk nv all DKtnoitTs Kvcuvwmar.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Tot Fever r,.i Ague, Intermittent Fe
rer, ChUl Fever, .Reinlttent fever,
Dumb Ague, Farlodioal or Biliotu Fe
ver, fto., and indeed all the aSectloni
wbioh artae from malarious, marah, or
Mleeaietrio poUona.
MHk. No one remedy la louder
H VB called for by U10 aecessltics
HstjSA of the American people tkan
H TAf 1 aurc and safe cure for
.XPJu Sp Varor aad Aayaei. Such
M we are now enabled to efler,
m with a perfect certainty that
It will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from ita use In any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents thii
disorder must be of hnmtnte service in the
communities where It prevails, PrtvtnHon
ia better than cure; for the patient etcapet tho
risk which he mutt run in violent attack! of
thii baleful distemper. Thls"CCRE" exptls
tbo miasmatic poison of Fever aail Ague
front the system, and prevents tho develop
ment of tlie disease, if taken on tho first
approach of Ita premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittent. Is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral; consequently (("pro
duces no quinism or other Injurious effects
whatever upon the constitution. Thoio cured
by it are left a healthy as If they had never
had the disease.
Fever and Agar. It not alone the con
sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorder arise from ita irritation,
among which are Nearalgta, Skaasaa
tliat, Cant, Haastacae, ailailaeee,
Toathache, Baracke, Catarrh, Astfa
aaa, lalpltat4ea, Palatal AaTecttea
f the Spleea, Ureteric, Kata tat the
wale, Colic, Paralysis, and derange
ment of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this came, put on the Inter
mittent typo, or become periodical. This
"Cung" expel the poison from the blood,
and consequently cure them all alike. It it
an Invaluable protection to Immigrant and
perton travelling or temporarily residing in
the malarioti district. If taken occasion
ally or dally while cxpoted lo the InfecUou,
Hut will be excreted Com the system, and
cannot accumulate in luAclent quantity to
ripen Into disease. Hence It I even more
valuable for protection than euro and fow
will ever suffer from Intermittents if Uy
avail thcmtehcii of the protection this rem
edy afford, .
For Uver Complaint, arising from torpid
ity of the liver, it I an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into aMiy
and producing many truly remarkable curt,
whore other medicine fall.
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Vr. j. a AVER CO., Isowell, Mass.,
Practical smsl -wOMal.,
AND BOLD ALL JWWND THE WORLD.

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