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TIME CARD.
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nuura uun cawo
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Express t... ...... l:ltp, rn....
rrAfkt it..-. 1:00 a, m-Exwi't gun-lay.
rrHftitat . llieoa. m...
Freight t.. :p. rn "
freight at...-....-T: p.m... " "
aaarra at caibo
Kail at . I-.OOa. m IMllr.
Express t Up, in-Kxcrpt stands,
Fretgtit ', B :1.1a, m- " Monday,
s" r " " bandar.
Freight a lor m " SonUy.
might .Jl:p. m- "
JAKES JOHNSON, Acsnt.
ST. LOUISJROlf MOUNTAIN
AXD
tOUTHERH RAILROAD.
OM.VinUSKS arrirc at and depart from the
ofllec, M Ohio Ixree, as follows.
Through freight leaies Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at lu.fDa. m t Arrives on TutLiv,
ThnrvUTa8dSaturdarntlllISa.ru.
Tessa Express leaves dally at 2:001' M , and
arrive at a. JO A M
rafnrT Accommodation leatr-s daily rx
efptSanday at S:f)a tn.j arrives ibUyatll 15
a.m.
Time to all tiointg In Texas and Arkansas,
9 A HOURS LESS THAN BY ANT
rr OTKXK BOUTS.
Tin from Cairo to Little Kock, 12 houn.
To Trxartau , Si hours
To JtSmoTi, Trxai, i) liours
To Marshall, 35 hours
Te Shrcveport, Louisiana, 23 hours.
To Dallas, Texas , 93 houn
To ilearoe, Texas, 39 hours
To Houston, Texas, 41 hour.
To Galveston, Texas, 41 hours..
O. W. HEQUEXBOUBO.
Agent Cairo Ills.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On and after June 1st. trains will run as fol
lows, Sundays excepte.1, from the corner of
Second ttrm and Commtrcitl avenue, Cairo,
lUlBOU
ooixc 7omt.
Leave Cairo . ....
Murjbyiboro..... .,
Arrive. Earn hi. LoaU ..
oorso -ociii
Leave East SU Louis
Arrive Mnrphrsbor-...
Leave Murphysboro
10.14 A.M
. f.7)l'. M.
jri a.m.
UilJP M.
law
1:11
amTe uiro
ConneciinsatSI. Louis with all trams W
"5 J,,?-rt?; . .... . J L "INCKLEV. supt
K. vt . CLAllk, General l'assenfier Agent.
'est
and
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
ami IjOTJIBVTLIiE.
POIJKTKEN HOTJBB A.QH WAV,
A trt AT A V YAWS nVVM t
IXDJAXAI-OLIS AXD CIXCIXXATI KXrRHSf.
leaves Cairo i ( . tt
Arrives st Cannl ....... i;Vl '
Arrives at Vlncennei....... .......II :li "
VIA PT. tOtlS AXD SOlTIIEASIEliX IlAILKOAb
Arrives at EvansvUle-....... t;U p.m.
VIA IXDIAXAFOLII AXD VtStXXXKS I1A1LUOAD.
Arrives at Indianapolis. i-ra pt rn
VIA OHIO AXD MIMIMim KAItTOAIl.
Arrives at North Vernon. :p.m.
Arrives t Cincinnati. 9 w "
Arrlvis at Louisville ; n
CAIIIO EXrllEHS .
fAir Iniirnorlt.
.... 8:30 a.m.
CdfJ "
7:01 "
..... S:oo p ra.
2:26 "
...11:I0 a.ra
... iM p.m.
Leaves Cincinnati......-.... .....
Lures Louisville
Arrives at Vincennes
Ieave Vincennes ......
Leaves Evansvllle....
Arrives t Carral
Arrives at Cairo
V.M
Maklny cloe connections to and from all
points Esst and North, at Indianapolis and Cln
os.maU,iind tp and from all joints South and
West of Cairo by rail and river.
MOVXD CtTV ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
nesday and Saturday,
h?J2lro37.i l24Un.IS.-00p tu.
w IT ' IiISanHa:TUi,. m.
. 0. uwusiuu. n. t.. morhtt.t.
Gen' Ticket Ac' t
General hup't
d"I or Information relative to rates and con
nections, apply to JAMKs MAI.I.OI1Y,
71 Ohio Levee.
NTOVEM.
TINWARE
SfSJ6' Water Coolori, Ico
SEfffw. Window Screen
SiS,h: ?lr Cages, Mobs Bas
SSftJM 8rf' "B Tackle,
Mn!npainerral8tOCk f
class Tinsmith, atri wl.rtii 1 1?
of Jsk Work ,,n kh,J? i'fn,lt, b) do nil
Tint.
kinds
. 1 u'JlKt,
M,UUa,"r ou Urt variety ol
I Cooking Stovet, Tinware, Build-
uuh-bbio ana Eotail.
liole asent for the celebrated
.
liae' btfure purcaaalnir, a
rs. A:, rum
il-M4Hlly
HARDWARE
f rut . . 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 rjj r
.11' f 'asww I) -asM-7
J fcl' - ......
PIITftlCIANN.
yiLLIAK R. SMITH. M. .
ItKSIDBSCBl No"inTlrt:"i"
twrsn Washington avenue and Walnut street.
OrriCK. North side of Eighth street be
tween CommfrcW and Washington avenue.
W. DUNNINQ, M. D.
o.
UH-jinKNCF.: Corner Xlnlli mid Walnut
street'
OFF1CK: Corner Sixth street ami OMo Levee.
oTFlCK IIOUIIS: From Gam. lim , and
from 2 to 8 p.m.
LAWYER.
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney at Isw.
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICES Eighth Street, lwtwcen Commer
cial and Washington avenues.
niwnvr. a wtrrvrva
fl f w iimiiinni
Aitorucy at Iaw.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
occupied by First National llank,
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
IREEN GILBERT,
Attorney anil CounNcIom
at Ijhw.
OFFICE Ohio Ivee, room 7 and t
City National Kink,
William II Green, )
William II Gilbert, CAIHO ILLINOIS.
MilcaFruTk Gilbert )
E3S)i'clal attention (riven to Admiralty and
3tumboat business,
SEW AIITKKTINKMKKTN.
$50" TO" $10,000
Has Uen inrestcl in Sl.xk rrivilepes and paid
900 PROFIT
"How to Do It," nllook on Wall ."'t.scnt
ftw lumbridpc A Co , JtsnUrs A II ro Vers, 2
Wall St.. '. V
DOUBLE YOUR TRADE
Druftri'ti, Grocers and leu!cr' I"ure China
and Jaian Ta In ttall jucluiFca, screw top
rani, lo.xes or half cbet Grower ' price.,
.-end for circular 'lie Weill Tea Comiisny,
JO! lullun tt.,.V. Y., l'.O. Itox !'
TfAHMifrl NEVER.FAILTNO
HOWE S AGUE CURE
priceSI. SvldbyDrunrlnU.
lit" .Ylill It II IU I.IKI,.
Ur. C H. Howe, hena l'Us, N Y.
K1J A VEEK ruAranteel to ruale and
" i female aftnts in their lcxality.
m I m Cosunothlnxtotrylt. I'srtlcuUre
iQI f tta 1' O VICKEKYA-CO.,
AucusLi. Me.
VniTVi AfrV.-auU-l to learn TelcKranh
lUtiHI Jlliillnand take olhceson new
lines wmcn we are larnlcliln with oi-cmlors.
SaUo'fromSlototlM per month and steady
promotioti. l'artlculirs mailed free Addros
W. Teie;:rili Institute, Jantiville, Wticori'
sin
2,282,072.
CLHCULATION MONTHLY.
We will lnert an advertisement occupyin? one
.Sr'fS0. U !'.nt ""il'-4") four weeks In
"jr..0 e v. lI-er. for 474, the resulsr
I . .1: , . ""r pnee bcinir
' on-uiiru n cent per Hue per thousand
!-'!f"'iniltD,l?V Oourant (toJ), Dally,
Innlanuitltu Iti.1 cn(nAf
ll.L'lt- k niai
Atchinnn. knn r l..m..l.n
Weekly, &,4H)
Dallv, 11,00
lt'eekly, ',()
Daily, ll.t.U
Weekly, 7,CT
Weekly, 5,72
Daily, (,,'Jn
Weekly, b.Vn
Dully, S.M0
ekly, s.Vxi
llly, B.51
W.kly,,tO
Dally, S.ttl
Wutlr l.i (.Vi
Ilaltimore, .Md., O'acKe,
prinpllelil, JIass.,I!ej1iib.,(eo'J)
MInneoriH,MInn.,Trlbune,
Miriuil.
Iroy.N. V.,
Times,
ilud?et,
Herald .
Utica, N. Y.,
Cleveland, Ohio, Herald,
1'ltUburi?. I'a..
it-. . . .1
Iler(2t aw). Dallv. 12, in
.'ettersonlan, Weekly, i.m
News, D.liy, ktiA
An,-usAJ'atrIot,Wtkly S.3JI
H itcomln, ti-ekly, C,VW
. csiciesier. J tt.,
I.ftlte.tin
-Montpeller, Vt., '
Milwaukee, Wis.,
Advertisements appear in the weeklies lour
times and In the dailies i enty-four times.
Address GKO. I'. IIOWKLL A CO., 41 Park
ItowvN. Y. 7-2Mw-dAw
BherilTi Bale.
BY v Irtue ot three certain executions to me dl
recte.1 by the clerk of the circuit court ol
Alexander county. In the State of
jiiiuuis, on m tivor ol Younir Ilroth
ers A Company, one In lavor of WIN
lUm MeAnder, and the other In fa
vor of Alfred 11 ."-afford, ajslnecof Alexander
H Irvin. and all against John It Brown. I
liau evied upon the lollowinj; deicriljed prop
erty, In the county of Alexander and State ol
Illinois, to-wit: The northwest quarter or the
northwett Huarterof stion six ,, in township
(liti-eii south, and In ranjte one weit of the
third principal meridian! the northwest quarter
of the southwest quarter of Mt-tlon thlrty-me
3I), In township .fifteen (16) south and lnrn?e
1 westriftheth r,l ,ir nr. l 1. . .. ..f
east quarter of the soutlieat quarter'of w-ctlon
ui ry-.n u-.;, in township fifti-n (UJ wuth,
and in ranee two (i) wen of the thirl principal
closHe In block ntim li one (I), lots number-
in 1 1 ""''" i in uioca nuruwreii two
i 11 ... i" 111 m nit (j , ooiii in
cluilve in block numUreI four (l),lou iium
berolone (I.to reven (7), Mth Incluilve In
block uumUrtl wven (7), low numbered one (I)
toeen(7) both inclusive in block numUrwi
eirbt (-), lots numbered two (), thr (3) and
our Mif In bloc numbered five (J), lots num
bered to Cj. four I), live (S), six (i) awlven
n In block numbered nix (t)in the town ol
J. n ty, and all In the cunt- of Alexander and
Mat of Illinois as the proj rty of the wid John
J.llrown, vhtehl sUiloffer at lbllc sale at
the soutbH tt lw;r of Uie ,urt house In the city
?i,,!01 ta 'Uhty of Alexander and blaU- ot
Illinois, on the foururntli day of August. A I),
1K7V at IKtiftiir..r ..1. . .. ,.!. .. ...
utlsfy Mid cxiitlons ALEX H litVLS.
1 .i. m,"" wawuryiUirty, Illinois
SjSjw JulySJnd, l-7i.
Sherid'i Bale.
"RVflrta.i la ,"', I'' " dirixtwl by
iuS?'5".? 'f St''MlHnol, in favor of Wll.
Brown, lmpleade.1 with Larken Boll.,'
I liave litltd upon the followln:.. .1
LTu U'!.".liX, ia. "i "'""tr .Alexander
7,ulri,,. r.K"' ''"?.?.,f'.,0-.w"- ouU.Wet
iheeV.'uMv,' tl"''.r'1 I"'"'-'!! meridian, fn
. J SnSiJtS' 'i':3n,Jer,n'1.t,taJ'- ot Illinois as
ue.t door of rt l.7..,:i 1.. .V . ?7. " v. 7
5, , i";.f'? h. Vf AUifust, A D. 1,75. ut tfa
ex u i, i. w fc 8 "' ' ,or (:u-'11' Mlit'y ""1
f,t..l e.l A.M:X " 1'tVIN,
tsiro 11 1; . ?of,A !?'" tr O'uty,jllnois,
"tro. Illinois, July.-iml, le7i. ,lt,t.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
AXD
.IR
K0RTil MDE OF KiaUTU STREE
HOOK NTORC,
HA.VKN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
CAPITAL, -
$100,000
orncriM.
W V HALLIDAY. TrMident
IIUXKY L. HALLIDAY. Vicel'relt.
A II SAFFOItD, tjuhier
WALTKIt IIYaLOl', Aas't Cahicr
MBicroM
S STAAT4 TAVLOIl, It. II fc" CXXLVCIIAM ,
H L 1ULUDAV, V. V ltAU-tOAY,
G D Wilmax-ox, STinrxx Hied,
A 1! Saiiow)
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
D
Kl'OsirS recrirt'l and a general banking
(rtisintnnone
Enterprise Savings
BANK
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
orricia :
A. 11. SAFFOUD, President.
.s.S. TAVLOU, Vice President.
II VSLOl', aec'r and Treasurer.
DIRXCTOM;
P. 51. IuncLAT, Cim. Galiciilr,
J .M hrocKrLtni, Tail G. fecniii,
H.H.CvxxixGruv. H L Hallisav,
J. M. 1'IIILLII,.
INTKKEST laid on depolts at the rate of six
percent perunniun. March let ami Srutem-
lr 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is aldcl imme
diately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
Married Women and Children may
vcposn money ana no one
oJso can draw it.
n ... . 1 .. . : 1 . A. . . n
vjf uuaiuwuii jruiurj iu. 10., rlil.
Irom to a o'clock.
W. HYSLOP, Treaaurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti-
suaiu Aiuuiung AJusincss.
V. BROS8, Preaidant.
PNEFF, Vice Preaident.
HENKY'WELLS, CatjhiVr.
T J. KEBTU, Asalatant Caahier.
ea-J-ll-tf
WAUIIXH.
The Gamble Wagon
OAIIIO, IZjZjZ1TOIB,
JIA.NLFACTX'ltJJD I5V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WA00N VAN.
UFACTURED.
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Pourth Street
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholesalo Pijrures, but No Credit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart it Oholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMKERCIAL ' AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HAJiH' I'jnnets.Flpweri.s, Ibices, Illblxias,
KMri '.k"' Nf vf' rlt" Ituchliijss, Oirsets,
Hid Gloves, Hosiery, Worstuls.
Also the 'Ladle' Drew Iteform' ,
oonaBT,
SVnUummlr!"0' r"nmlDK mit for
tt'hesa goods will 1 sold at very low tlK.
nrci, for CASH nd CASH ONLY. Uuwif
GO
o &
I CO 2 d g S
uj S o K 8
CD W 3S
j9
MQl'OR DEALER-
''V
R. SMYTH iSc GO.,
Wliolesale and tlctsll enlrs In
Foreign nnd Domestic
LIQUORS
wixi:h of ah kiih.
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
CAIRO, ILLS'
MESlt?. SMYTH A CO nac constantly
iSite stk of thf btft Foo.1. ' ;
kct, and frite csi-cclal atttntlon totl.e tholesal
ranch of the business
hi:.
ICE,
Tho Undersigned Having Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
by tho
CAR LOAD,
At prices that will Compare Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Devoto his atten
tion Entirely to his
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPROAT.
HOTEL.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
Corner EiRlxtlx Stroot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A THUSTY witch kept nf?ht and dy for
xo. trains anl steamboats
The of accommoUtloiA fur transient
guests at Two Dollars ver Uav. 3-U-tf
M-lIOLr.SAI.K UHM'i:itS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMW''ur POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,'
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAL attention given tococjininents aud
filling orders.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
And dealer la
STAPLE ARB FANCY
GROCERIES,
Forelcn arid Domestic Fruits and Nuta
164 COMKEBCIAL AVKNUE.
Wtf.
I'A I.N T A.M OIKS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
x 3xvcrsxxx:ja.
vVall Papor, Window OlaBH, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the ceJe'jrt.tii Jlluinlnitine
AUKOItA Oils.
J3ros' UiilldixiB,
Corner Eleventh Htrrjot na Waahlntf
ton Avenua
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. c zzrrxuxjflis
'liOPIUETOB.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Julletla Bildlnir , Corner Twolttn Street
una Washington Avenue,
Cairo, XUlnoltv.
rfConntv sod luiirr,! Work a ielalty,
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AXD
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waanlnsrtoa and Commercial
Avenue, adjoin insT Bsuiny'si.
KE v'i XV "! 5wt Beef, Ftirk, Mutton
-f-. "" Imb, hsusasTi 4c nd is pre
pared to servo lamlllt In mi nccepUble murntr
BOBBINS'
MB
BfflB
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
cAino ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledge! by all eood MuslrLtn, to be the
best I'inno now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wc have iol-i over 400 iluntif
twelve years pat, becoming more ami more
popular ever)- day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OJUIN,
Splcnilld tone, l'owcr ami Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
Avcrrtlne lii'tnunent, adapted to Iitru
mental as well as vocal muIc.
ALL 1IIK AIIOVK Alii: 01'KKIIEII OS
Kay .Monthly Payment-', at low tlires
rcsardlesi of List 1'ricei.
SHEEflVIUSIG
In crett variety, inclmllii? all the new
ami popular miMu ol the day.
Order; from the Country
promptly filled nnd sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FUKNCil IIAIM'S K'IC., HT..
Band Instniments of all Kinds
Kurri'bcd to Order.
STRINGS FOP. VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ol the Ite-t (Juallty.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of allsradcs for 1'iaiio or Voice.
JSTHvery decription of Musical .Mer
chandise funilfhcd to order, promptly and
at price- lower thin ever oilercd before.
UKNtV AL-0 OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
s'end for Illit-trated Catalogue and Trice
I.itofthc-e beautiful j-'roupea.
Ail Goods Warraaled ar. BeprsMnted.
iJren,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP.
Cairo. Illinois.
VAKII.TV NTOIIK.
N"ew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IjO.X8;oj3t
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CJose.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial Av
CAIBO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
ni;.ii. i:statk a;i:.nt.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
a kp
HCOTJSB A.G-BlTa?S
COLLECTORS,
J0NVEYANCKBS. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agents of the Ullnoln Contral and
BurllriKton and Ctulncy B. It.
Companlne,
North Cor, Sixth and Ohio Eevou,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
I. It. .YKLJI. l. i. IIOMI.KV,
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Souse Agents,
ollectors and Conveyancers.
OPPIOE-At tho Court Houae.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
TiME "lllLLINEE,
West aide Commercial Avonuo, between
siitrnia auuinin aueeie,
(N'rxt door to .1 Ilurirer'N drr irooils store.
A full linn of tins latest and most tu.ililonublc
styled ot
HATS AND BONNETS
ulwuys on lmud. Alsoevwrv variety of
RibboiiH Luces and Trimmings,
from Hit- cheajiest to the most coaly. Ijutles
wllllluiluny and everything In her store I'ora
complete street, 111111 or iunjr mum.
i'rlcts to compttii with any in the West,
K"AIo 1'Kcnt for the Home hewlnij Machine
38-5.rj.tl'
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Is witlelv knowa
as one oltlic most
effectual reme
dies ever tliicov-
.trctl for cleans
in the system
'nnd purifying tho
'blood. It has
tood the test of
yearj, with n con-
Muntlv crowinc
reputation, !aeil on its intrinsin virtue;,
and anstnlncd by its remarkable cttrci.
So mild ns to be safe nnd beneficial to
eblldrcn, and yet ki hearchlng ai to
effectually puree out the great corrup
tions of the blood, luch ns the ftrof
iilous nnd M-phllitle contamination.
Impurities or diseases that have lurked
in the system for years toon yield to
this powerful antidote, nnd disapticar.
Hence its wonderful cures, many of
which are publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all crofulous diseases. Ulccrx.
ypelfiN. TUcr. Halt Itlictim,
"wu icni, iiiiifrivorni, and in
ternal VlccratiotiHol'tlio Uterus,
Stomticli, ami Liver. It alo cures
otliur complaints, to which it would not
ecem especially ndanted, such ns I)ro
J.v. Init'isila, Fits, Neuralgia,
Heart Disease, Female Weak
ness, Debility, nnd Leiieorrliani,
when they are manifestations of the
scrofulous toion.
It is an excellent rcMorer of health
and strength in the Spring. Hy renew
ing the npK-tite and vigor of tlie digc
live orsnti, it ilissipates the depression
and litless languor of tho season,
liven whore no diorder apjK-ars, p'otile
feci hotter, nnd live longer, for cleansing
the bloody Thu system mows on with
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
I'llEI'AllKli 11 r
Dr. J. C. AYER L CO., Lowell, Mass,,
J'rntllcal nml .Inulytltul Chrmlitt,
SOLI) 11 T A 1.1. UltUnOtSTS I.VKKrwilKUX.
JTA T7?S
.VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR
ENEWER
Every year increases the populari
ty of tins valuable Ilnir Preparation ;
which is due to merit alone. Wu
can asurc our oIl patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high Mamlard
and it is the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for rcstorinjj Okay
on Paim:!) 1 l.m to its youthful color,
making it eoft, lustrous, and hilken.
Thu t-calp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandrufl; and, bv its tonic prop
erties prevents the hair from falling
out, as it fctiinulates and nourishes
the hair-gland. By its use, the hair
grows thicker and (stronger. In
baldness it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most eco
nomical Hah: Duessino ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives the hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Haye, M.D,
State Aesayerof Massachusetts, says,
"The constituents arc pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality ;
and I consider it tho Bust Pukpa
liATio.v for its intended purposes."
Uilil I'J all Vni'jjiiti.arul VtaUrt In Mtiilelnn.
l'rico On Dollar.
Buckingham's Dye.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Kenowcr iu many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we havo 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 ofT. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA. N.U.
"A roniiilrlo I'lclorliil HUturyof flit)
Tliiifn" "Tin- Iteal, i-lM-Hpc!, milt
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III tlin ITnluis "
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