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CJ120 rOBTOFFIOK.
nrncu IlotTRS-Fi-otn 7;.T0 n.m. to C:.I0
om.: Hundaj- (Voni 7 to n.m. -Money
Ofjnr :) n.m. to ft:W p.m.
Arrlns
fJloHf .
AH. I "
l:.m
IllinoU Cenlml Kit
IMIly.
Miss. I'm I ml It It
Dally.
Cairo A vlnrttinrs
it u-iMiir.
Cairo,. Arkansas A
Tcviw It It Daily
Ohio Itlvcr lioiitc
Dally cs.c'1 Monday
Miss. Ititrr lioHtc
Up, Sun. Til. Krl
Dovn.Tu Tim Nit
Thebes Itoulc
Friday A Saturday
"a':)4'it
2:00
r.:00
t:0O
10:00
10:0i)
lo.oo
0:00
O. W. McICkaio, V M.
IlAII.ROAnN.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
R.
TRAIN LK.lVK CAIIIO
,...:...lS:15 .i. m Dally
3:15 1. m.....
4:0t)u. m...K.xccpt Siuul.iy .
UtOTu in... "
.... :H0p. in... "
.. 7:3- i. in... " "
AKIUTK AT CAIIIO
.. 3:uon. in D.iily.
2:30 p. m...Lxccpt Sunday.
.m....... S:a. in... " Monday.
..-C:41 p. in... " Sunday.
m .,-.1. -01 n in... " Sunday,
, . . Ji Op. m .. " '
Jr iisa JOHNSON, Aijent.
Mall at .
Lxins at
I'tvight at
Krcfjtht at
KiTiirlil at
JYclKlit at..
.Mall at
Kxpresa Jit.
KrrijtUt a-,
rrrbjlitat
Vtththt .
yrtlgltt a
ST. L0UIS,IRON MOUNTAIN
AM)
SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
OMN'llll'.i:s arrive at ami iK-urt from the
oilier, Vi Ohio Ia-viv, as follows:
Throuzh frriirht Icitts Monday, Wednesday
awl Frl'hyat liMHa. in t Arrives mi Tuesday,
ThuMav and Satiinlay lit lltl.'i a.m.
1cnj.ircM leaves dally at ":WV M , and
irrliwatl A M
r.v-tnjcr Arcoininodatloti lo.it rs dully c
H'litMin'lay at iVi'in in (arrive daily at 1 1-1 '
A in
rime to all points In Texas mid Arkansas,
O A HOURS 17ESS THAN BY ANY
Z-i OTHER ROUTE.
Time from Calm to Little Hock, 11 hours.
To Tcxarcana, 'il hours
To Jffitrjon, Texas, 23 hours .
To Marshall, '.M hours
To sbreveport, I)Ullan, 'JO liotirs.
To Dallas, T-xas, Vi hours
To llearue, Texas, Si hours.
To Houston, Trxas, (I hours.
To Uilieston, Texas, It hours.
C. W . HEQUEitBOURO ,
A Bent Cairo Ills
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On anil afler .lime lt, trains will I mi us ful
one, Minclaj cctIiI( Hniii the corner or
Svoml Kiwi iiml Com inerci.il in en we, Cairo,
Illinois
going ount.
teCslro KljIIA. M.
" Murphyloro ":V) r. M."
Arrive last M. trills 7:"i "
coi.vo epurn.
Ive Iiit.t. I)ills S:30 A. M
Arrive Murphrsborj litis 1'. M.
rate .Munilirtboro l:W "
Vrriie Cairo 4:13 "
ConntctltiR at St. Iiuls wllh nil trains West
uxlNnrtli. .1 I, IIIXCKI.KV. fupt.
It. W. i l.M'.li, General rasenger AkimiI.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
llETWECX
CAIHO, 'EVAHSVlLIiE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
IVDM.VATOLI AVn CI.VCI.V.V.ITI KXrilE-s.
toaii'S Cairo..... ;no a. In
Arriie at Caniii- . !:U
Arrives nt Vlneenne ....ll .15 "
VIA I. LOIIS AXIl OCrilKASTKUS lltlLIIOAIl.
Arriiesati:vanivllle l.lj p tu,
U t.VI)IA-VAr0LU AN'OVINVCNNU IIAILllOAI).
Arrives at Indianapolis. 4;.'!0 p. m.
via oiiio and xi.-ii-sirn iiARnoAn.
Am' res at .Vortli Vernon- . r:4 n.m.
Arrive at Cincinnati ... o-.ii
Arrlvlsat UiuUvllle - 7:1". "
CAIIIO I'.Xl'lIK.-s
leaves Indianapolis
loves Cincinnati
liuvei Louisville -
Amies at Vincenties...
leaves Vlnt-cnnes
iMti Kvnnsiillc ,
Arrives at Curml ...... ....
Arrives at Cairo ......
... K:30 a in
... :.'! "
7:0) "
- !!:) n in.
:2 1 1 1
"..11:10 n.m
,. 4:45 li. i.i.
...:: "
Making close connections
to mid from all
botnts K&st unit North, nt liidtanai)olls unit Cln
ranatl, and to mid I'rom all points .Soulli und
West ofCalroliy rail and riler,
JIOt.'Nll CITV ACCOMMIIIIATIO.N.
The Mound.Clty Accomiiioilatlou rmih AVisl
nelay und Satunlay.
Iaies Cairo Virl't and V.00 p in,
Luiet .Mound (;ilv 1 .IStilid Tii'Vi p. III.
M. B. GOODRICH, H. L. MORRILL,
(Jen' Ticket At't. Ucncnil feup't
tJ"l'or Information relntlic to rates and con
nection!, apply to '3AMI MAI.I.OItV,
71 Ohio I.eiir.
"lllll'llllllltll.T lilt ItPNl HnMlltlUi'tl
stork r (lit: klntl in lliu Wrll."
HARPER'S MAGAZINE,
II.I.l'MTKATi:.
NOTICKS OF TUP. I'ltKiSS.
Tho ever Increasing circulation ot this
excellent monthly prove Its continued
adaption to nonular desires and needs. In
deed, when wo think Into how many homes
It ncneiratca overv month. vn must con-
)lJer Has one of tho educators us well us
entertainer of tho mtb'.ic mind, for Its vast
popularity has been won by no appeal to
siupiu rrcjuiiiccii or ucprnvou tastes, jios
WH MIOTIC.
The character which thin M tiL.liy.inn tin
M!,,f.forviiT'c.lV.elni'lse.arlUttowcallh
and literary culture ttint uiw Ve vt tmee with
HH lias tiov led tho ttnins, houlil eniiso lis
conductors to rcgatd U with JuktlnaMu com
placency. It also entitle!) them to a great
claim upon tho public gratitude. Thn
Mav'azlcc has ilonu good and not evil all
the !) ol ltd lire. 'UrooKlyn Kaglc.
TKUJIS :
Tostao free to htibkcribcru in the United
ciatcii.
Harper'i Magazine, one year ...St 00
ti 00 includeH tirepaymcut of U. S. post
go by the iiublUhciH.
tjubscnptions to Harper's Mtgazlne,
weeuiy, or imzar, to nno aaarcsa lor one
year, fio tu: or two or uarner'n nerioUI
clt, to ono address for one year, 7 00;
)uavjc ircc.
An extra copy ot cither tho Magazine,
Weekly or liazar will be supplied gratis (or
every club of live subscriber at ft 00 each,
in one rcmlttsnce; or tlx copies tor t-0 00,
without extra copy; postage free.
tati nuulcn ua0 lj0 uppllcd at any
conpUto net of Harpcr'H Slugazlne,
f.?r!MiS?,'H5:!?,,lB8til volmncB, in neat doth
uinainu. win iu. ...... . r.. ... .
Volume hTnl.U,v,Urcl4"t,r toT W Pcr
VOIUmC. MBKle V0lums Iv mall nnLt,.l.
it ii en.-. v?"!."-
by malLpoilpald. ' ,urmntJlnK, W ccnU,
tewPPrarenotto conv thin ad.
vertisemcnt without the ei,,r:? l.lr
Hairier & llrother.
Addrcw HAKl'UU hUOTUKlis, N. Y.
JfMESORXPTZON FREE.
JP IpslMaiihood iu,d all dUrders hroul',1
. -4.,t,re'., ,ft' Kt "il.TOK A CO.,
ITl1t"'ts. CtueliiiiMl, Ohio
((lire tlititt.
PARAGRAPHS.
A boy In the suburbs tried to nsccr
lulu the oilier dny this souih1iips of Iho
proverb: "Minis ot a featlicr llock to-
irotlicr." Ho plucked the old rooster
down to a slujdc tnll leather, mid It didn't
llock nt nil, but went and hid under tbo
barn. 'f htt W nuolbcr old av smashed
"My dear," Inquired a young wlfoot
lier husband, its she reached up her little,
mouth to he kissed on his return from
business "have you seen tins innjuilllci'iit
set of walnut furniture which the .Ten-klnu-s
have .hut bought V 'Hem, no
my lou", but I havo seen the bill, whlel
(tillc snlUflet me."
This llhodo Island Legislature, at Its
last sc-slon, niado sonic needed reforms
In mllltla malter.. Many years ago a bill
being Introduced "for the organization of
the mllltla," a hard-headed member from
Pettyipiain-cott, who had been Instructed
by his constituency not to let them city
chaps have everything their own way,
arose In hte teat and said : "Mr. Speak
er, I noes In ii'du that bill. 1 goes In
agin organs; they'll bedreadfiil unhandy
things in battle now. let me tell you.
So Aunt I'liodyS army remained uuor
ganl.ed.
Sonic years ii-ro hi western India tin
hnpoMor levied a war tax in tins out-of-the-way
villages hi the name and on ac
count of the (Jitecii. Ills credentials,
were simple, but cllccllve. and consisted
of an empty Cros-o A- Jllnckwell pickle
jar with the oval arms on the label, and
a paper scrawled over lit Imitation of
KnglMi willing, to which was alllxed a
teal, which was simply the Impression of
the bung of a mutiird jar. And yet
with these credentials he succeeded m
levying a good deal of money until he
ventured into some village where the
people were more advanced.
VAUII'.TY NT4HIK.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close
.lorn or 10th St. &nd Commercial At
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barber
AND
NORTH SIDK OF K1UHT1I ,S27iKF.
Between 'WaaUlncton and Commercial
Avenues.
A BOOK F0RJHE MILLION;
f Mi41.J & maI ATrltU Ctiawlartthi
JXLELj?3r X9LK UtrrlM. or Ut bBl U
mi1H l myttriti id4 rtTltUooi m
ttt mihI tyiun, lt tht
ItlettdliMTtrUila tbtclcoc of rtprwiMtioD, t-rMWTtot
Ttli U w lourtitlnf work ef two fcinirrd n1 ttj
((, wltk nuiorou cacrirlngt, nd eobUiaa vklukbl
Inter anion for um whn ar nftrrled r cobwobiUu wtr.
tiitti uu ll i took tbtt eotbl u kpl uttitt lock
.Jk. mm I ln r.l.l( kttnlit ll.lt tifttli.
It cooulai tba i pert f or and 4tlc ef phyMtliQ
tho rfpuUtlOD It worli wide, nl itotlld U ! thprl
x drawer eft ttrj m&l nl frmsle tbroucbool tbt t ntirt
Klivt ijiitm laAt ii wcrvn ftuewisf, Bti nwi wt i hi
tLMJLod to tBf ower work.
rM to nr cue (frro of tUr1 frr Fifty Cftiti.
A1lrm Dr. UuUi' UUDiir, No. U.N.KlhLb lUtf'
Bt Uub.Uo
Nollco to the Afflicted and UnlortuntU.
Hf for p?ljlnc to th DotorlrtM i)vki b ftlrrrtUt It
rubll. rapr,. or u.lns nj quiet rttuidlw. E.rui. Dr.
Hutu' work, us laaut r vb.i ;.ur aiscs.i u r bi
.h' vftn. eoBdltloft.
ow drpior
n,. Hutunoaal..ftdaubl.boai.f twtDtr HtntMDi!
Ii lDd.r.(-t tr lorn, or tb noil ctlrorstM mMlrsl crorci
lor. f toll eooalrj sa4 Kurop.. a.4 run Is epD.tillri ptr
son.llr or bj mall, cn Uis dl.raac. rot la bU work..
ot.c ml anon, 11 Norlh LIUU .uttl, bttns
Wll ao4 Cberaut. St. touU. VI o.
ST. LOTJIS
LAGER SEER!
The uiiiler.ili;neil lias the lile.isuie of unnoiiiic
lug to the cltieiiH of Cairo and the f unoini'llus'
country that he hascBtahlMicil a
DEPOT
fur the. Miliiuf.lo-cph Hchii.ililcr' l elihrateil
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER.
and on shiniest notice bier
cold and ready lor tan
Mill be lUllv.icil
, 'iosy Mi:Dr.uwii:si:it,
DeM,t under Tlanlita' House.
Agent.
--lit
Ti A.IlIlIHOI'H
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Centrally Located, Elegantly Furnished,
f llABQEM MODERATE.
Tlie Commercial Hotel of the City.
L. llolstroiii. A, I . Sleeker. A. J . lloolc.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners & Shippers of
( 2'i.Si iiec-i street. Iliilfalo,
.!-.
.iut, Orriers, l.'or, Adann .V .Market HI.
4 t i.i.
Also Agents for Bloseburg Coal Co,
"Sl-iHw.
ammm
HOOK NTOlir,
O PS "
i g
ffl 02 i
DANKN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
- 8100,000
Otl'ICKUS.
W. I". IIAL1.IDAY, l'lvsldcnt.
lIKNItY I. IIAI.I.1DAY, Vlcu Trust.
A II. SAKKOltD, Cashier.
WALT HI I IIYsl.OT, Ass't Cashier.
DlllLCTOM
.S. STAATS TAVLOII, H. It KCNSINOIIAU,
II. L. llAt.UtlAV, W T IlAl.I.lllAV,
U. 1). WiLM.oisuy, Srr.i'iiEN lltim,
A II. Saouiiu
Excbango, Coin and United States
Xionas iJougnt ana uoia.
7KT031T.S irrvlvvl nnd u general hanking
JS uu
Imsincss dons.
Enterprise Saving!
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIIIO
orricr.in:
A It. SAKKOltD, Tieaident.
h. S. TAYI.UIC, Vic Tn-sident.
W. 11Y6I.OT, stc'yuud Treasurer.
DIIlKCTOliS:
T. M. llAIICLAV. Cms. Gauuiikii.
. M. STOcKfLKTii, Tai l (i. .Sciicn,
It. II. CCNMNflllAU, II L, llALMUAY,
J. .XI, TllII.Lll-.
INTKUKSTpald onilepo-lu at the rate of six I
pcrceut.H.Taiiiiuiii. March Island itein-
is r isi. jniercsi noi iiiiiiuniivii is aoutsi iiiiuie-
diately to tlie principal of the deposits, thereby
Kivine them coiKuound interest.
Marriod Women and Children mny
Deposit Money ana no ono
olso can draw it.
l..n l.ii.litu,.ilnv fmrnihi in. In a 11.111.
and .Saturday eienhiixs for isavlnjjs del o'1"1 ol"'
irom u to b o'clock.
W. Hvaxxip.TrBiiauror.
i THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
I Transacts all kinds of a Logiti-
mato iianKing uusincss.
F. BROSS, President.
P. NKFF, Vice Preiident.
HENRY WELLS, Cashlnr.
T. J. KliRTU, Aailstant Canhler.
fi3-3-U-tf
VAaN.
The Gamble Wagon
IIjIjINOIS.
MANUPACTUUK1 11 V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAO0N MAN
UFACTURED,
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Fourth Stroot
SPRING!
tr..V CITTTIimimT t
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholosalo Figuros, but No Credit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Oholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
H
A'X8' lh'i!U,VIfrii,, Uct's,
.hllks, elvels, Ties, Ituchlngs,
1 Cloves, Hosiery, WorsUils.
ItllihoHS,
CorKcts,
ui
Also Ihe "Udies1 Diess Ihfonii'
OOIUHBT,
And all the neiv styles of trillilliilig tiilks
oprniK win nilliuuer.
jjri nese itikkis will lie toM at very low 11
iv tlir-
arcs, for CASH and CASH ONLY,
All lino t'Aljll fl.NI.V, 1-
ll-'.lllf
CAIRO,
XIiIilNOIS.
l'ho TrUBtoos of tho Cairo City
Proporty tlelre to call public attention
to the merits of their properly, compris
ing a considerable portion of the City of
Cairo. In Alexander County. In the State
of Illinois, and'land' Immediately adja
cent thereto,. '
'I'lil. rill-. n U ui'M knowu. Is hiluatodnt
the. emilhienco of llic Dltlo uud MifUlpil
rivers, at too hum of imiiitcrupieu nanti n-
tloaontho Ml.hlsslM'l. uwtsg below ob-
tiriicilnns hv I it In ihc winter und low
water In iitnmcr. and tl.ua Ills n clear unit
open river coiiiimuilcatlcn nt nil times over
Hie AliiMiirpuiuil 1I triuiiuirit!, vviiii mi
the cotmtrv Hiitttli. to I ho Gulf ot Mrxlco
ami Urn At am c Ocean. LaLro Has also tnc
s uno character ill iiiiaiminlcatlon ivltli nil
IIIO COUIlliy liontiuiei uiu Piie.iiun niiiiiHK
ov tr. w Men inosu miujui iiiu uui luiinii-
t'nWe liy roaton ol Ice or low water.
Ilelorc the era of Uallro:nl, Cairo hail a
I'oiiimamlinL' tio-liion as n centre ol com
merco and nausation. Tills importance) ol
Dosltiun .-he tul pomon-ci, but has now the
additional tuhaiiiRuu of hcltig a great rail
mint it-n ti'. a iiimilierol the must import
ant raihuAils la Uiu Valloy ollliuMI.-s.-lp)l
coiivcr-lii' lo and lialnu their tcniiltil
there. Ami IV tliese, coinlnj; from the nortl
Mti the cleat Hiniois central iciuroaii
ivhleli travcrMs the entiro Mato of lllinop
Irom Its extreme northern and nortlt-csstcni
to Its' Kiiilhern limits, anil by Itscotmcctioiis
cxtetuls into .m too great uorinivosicru
im-.iIii inndiu'liiL' States ; tho Cairo mid Vln-
ceiilifH, exlsii-liiig Trotn Cairo to the City ot
Vincriicic. In tin; .Slate of Indians, where
its connection- atlord direet railroad cum
11111010:111011" wllh all Katcrn cities : und
the Cairo .V SI. Lotus Kallroad. allonlilii;
direct railroad coiiuntmlcation ulth the
citv ot St. Louis and all the tallroails ecu
teritn; there. The toads coming Irom tlu
.South arc t lie New Orleans, Jackson and
flrrat Northern and tho Mobile and Ohio
Kallroads, which i?IVo direct railroad com-
mini entlon Willi til' cities ol .Mobile .'UIU
New Orle.in-. anil otlur .Southern Atlantic
tea poits, ami by commoting roads with all
the country saith of Cairo; and coining
Irom the sunt hives! 1-the Cnito. ArKiui-a
and Texas Uillrotd, which tllortls slinlhr
coiiiintinieatlo.i with Southern Mhsotirl
Arkatisxs lihI Texax nnd tlie tulncliul ell
ics of tho-o Slates. This Uft-lianied road
will l'Ivc, nlo. direct eouneclloti with tho
Texus and Tacilio ltoadwhcn It is com le
led, thus irliiii-' direct comumnioation wl
tho principal tiorts ot tlie raeilm Ucean
I hetc railroads, termitialinK at Cairo, tiro
now all completed unit lu successful opera
tlon, thoc in Illinois coming into the city
mi a bank ol each ot the rivers, Ohio anil
Mis.Usimil. nnd terniliiatinir at their conllu
unee, thus cnc'rcliiig tho city. The Holly
SnriiiL's. Krownkvlllu and Ohio Hlver rtsll-
road. und the Cairo ami Tciiiiohco lllver
l,..ll...l ...I.I..1. ...Ill Kn.h fnrmlnatti .1
Cnlw, are In coiir?oof ro-.ini" " ' '
will greatly Increase tho rillroad communi
cations o( Cairo.
tio r-f iittnl location In tho trrep'. Valley ol
tho Mlslssippi,atiil the great wealth of river
ll I .nm Initl.m f,v.i tu '.ilt-r.
anil laiuunii uuiiiiiniim.,uuiij i.'. .ii.w
uumriiussCil fliivauta'es us a commercial
noun, us liauoruK id uer it.sv auu ciiean uc-
CCSS 10 Ul nil! b'ii). I'loiiucniK uiriiicin "
h,. Vni'Oi nnd West, and -irailar access to all
. I....I.... .ii, ..i.. i
tho agricultural rrodlice consuinrr.s of tho
I Soutli, tlitm presenting tho ben location in
i.n IV..U for iin inicrciian'-n oi inn runuuci-
m " ---- - n- ,
Ivc northern mid soirium eommounies auu
proiliictloto'.
As a manufactlli In? location tho position
of Cairo la not less iaipuitunt. Tlie crude
materials or every inscription, which con
Unite tho clement o! manufactured aril
cles, abound on every shlo, Iron ore, coal.
ofdupoTlor fatality, and Umber of every
character, more man others, being easily
and cheaply acec.llj!e, and tho rich agvi.
cultural region of the immediate neighbor
hoo.t.as won as me more remote district:
rendered tributary to It lv river and rail
furnish Huppllcsol tlierecessarlciior llfuln
Mich abiinuunco a to render living cNcept'
louauy cticap. ii urn themanufaettireuarti
cles are produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by liier and rail aro not
equalled.
Cairo h is a moral, intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population of about I'J.OOO hai
a superior system of ptibllo echools, which
with others conducted by privato cater
prise, iiflord uasurn.ssed cdtlealional ad
valitaio Is p3-,encU of well-established
eniiruncs oi nearly ovory denomination
lias liiimin U ui nr tain tin il hits nt n aiitin
rlor charact(rhan a climate, which forsa.
Iiibrltyandhealthliillniluenccs catinot bt
surpased-li;u a well-regulated and cf-
iicicnuiiiinicipai organization, ltn strceti
lighted Aitii ;-a,. und other metropolitan ad
vantages, hkh make it highly dc.lrablo
uiiu in MMiuy not to oeexcoiicu as a pine
v. i'u.iiii.hwh rcsiucncc.
Lots ami l.nd in Cairo are now oltercd at
iciy ioiv piKt'H. allording lavoranio oppor
tllllltlbs to tinrnlinan. nliil thn owners urn.
tent the location to the public as offering
....... auianiages im uiu suueessiiii es
tahlishiaem ol conitnerclal or manufactur
lag enterpil-es, and tlie best locality in tut
country lor prolltahlo InvcMmontol capital
S. STAATB Tayloii,
'KlIWIN I'AKKONS,
Trustecf, etc
L'Allto, li t., May 1st, I87L
h-iii-tr
for
soon lie complete"'. '" . r Vi " , , .1 "
in Illlnolsn"'"" M.itessoulh or tho Ohio I
river iiTleli will a'so tertninato at Cairo,
urn pr.ijectcil, an't nrraltKemmUs niailu to I
b...h.i !.,. 'I ho ixMifci riit'iiuii ui im.ru
AKW AOVIiltTlhllMI.MN.
$50 TO $10,000
Has been lave dint In Stock l'llvllein siind paid
900 s PROFIT
"Mow to Ho It," n Hook on Wall t . m-uI
free. Tuinbrldiie , Co., ll:.liVcrj .V Itrokers,'.'
W illi St., N. Y.
DOUBLE YOUR TRADE
Dmeclsts. (Irocir.s ami Dealer"! Tine ( hllia
and .liipnii Teas In fealeil p.iik.ijrcs, srieic lop
cans, Ikixos or half chests tiroucrs' pi lies.
feint loi clicular Ihc Wells lea coliipany,
i'H Hilton St., .N. Y., T. O, Ilox 1 i
NEVI5R-PAILTNO
AGUE CURE
Trlri'Sil. Sold hv DrtiCL'Isl.
siwitnwAiiDirn i Aii.'' id i riii:.
Dr. C. II, Huive, Senerti Tails, N' Y,
A W'LKK );u.irautetsl to male and
fcniale nirenls in their loc-ility
l.OSIS IIOIIIIIlX to ti-v ll
Tartlclitars
V. O.
VICKLUYA CO ,
,ll)rust.i, .ile
rnriVl l l.nTivaiilcillolejiiiiTele.'ialih
1 "UilU 111 I'-Us Injr and lake oillccsiin new
lilies ll lilch liunif. fiiiiilshliitf u III, niiciiitors
Salari rroin H)to tloo per month nnd steady
tvoinoiioii. l'uriiru nrs Ilia Ml Ill'f. .i1Miih4
S'. W". 'Ieleirr.mli Itift Itufc-. .IiiiiivI10. l.fon.
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Ayer's
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Is widely known
as ono ot tho most
cflectiial reme
dies over discov
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'nnd purifying tho
'lilood. It has
' Hootl tho test of
yrnra, with n con
Mantly crowins
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anil snstaUH'il nv as remarKaine cures.
So mild at I" be talo nnd licnclieiai to
children, nnd yet so tearclun" at to
rHectually purge out the great corrup
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Impurities or dhcasos that have lurked
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Hence in woniieriiii cures, many 01
which are pnhlicly known, of Scroliiln,
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Knii(in!t, and eruptive disorders of
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Anthony's Fire, Hose or Ery
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lernal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, and Liver. It also cures
other complaints,, to which It would not
rcctn especially adapted, tuch as Drop
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Heart Disease, Fcnmlo Weak
ness, Debility, nnd Leiicorrlm-a,
when they nre manifestations of tho
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It Is an excellent restorer of health
and strength In tho Spring. Ily renew
in.' the appetite and !gor of the digci
tiie uruans, it dis.'ipates the deprcs.Mon
and listless languor of tho cakon.
Kveu wherc no disorder appears, people
foci hotter, and live longer, Ibrclenncm'4
the hluod. The system moves on with
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trrr.rriQir ctriiiiu
TTATTf
ENEWER
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ty of tins valuable I lair Preparation ;
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can assure our old patrons that It is
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anil it is the only reliable anil perfect
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01: Vauku U.mh to in yotitblul color,
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Tho scalp, bv its use, becomes white
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will creato a new growin, except, in
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as it requires lower application.
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State Assaycrof-M.-sachiiheUs, says,
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