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UAllBOADS.
ST I0PM J0W MOUNTAIN
' SOUTHEEN R. R.
Kprts leave Cairo dally C:f p. m
Kprw srriiii at Calm dally a m
Accommodation leaves Cairo dally-....!! :U0 a . m
AceommoiUtlon arrives dally (except
Sunday) - U:0i. ra
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
R.
TIUIS LV.VK CA1IIO
Mill at 12:15 1. m ..... Dally.
bxpreas at . 9:1ft p.m. "
rtrLrkt it ........ ia. ra...Eept Sunlay.
rreafht at ..11. W a.m.-
FTetprtat at 4:30 p. in... "
rriKM t 7:J0p. m... " "
ABJUT AT CAtr.0
Mail at .1:0O. m .. Dally.
Kxpress t- 'l:Mp. m...Kxecpt Sunday.
fttlut at..... :. m... " Monday.
Freight at . fl:p ra... " Bunday
FrWfht i .....10:01 a. ni... ' Sunday,
rrebrht -11 A) p.m.. " "
JA&ES JOHN BOH, Ami.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
vru iuu ucr nuj. fPi trains win TWU H nil
ows, Sunday excepted, from the corner of
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i . .v . m I 1 1 1 r .
u.wmv mm. .... vvuiwiiuai hhnhti vnnvi
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GOtNOOItTH.
Leave Cairo .
Murphyauoro....
Arrive Kut at. l,ouls .
tnn&A.
2:41 1.
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OOIKCl HOPIII.
LeaTC Eari St. Louis 8:M A. M.
Arrive .lurphrsuorj. li::V)l'. M.
tave Murpuyiboro KM "
Irrtve Cairo :W "
ConneetlnR at ht. Iiuls with all trains W'cfl
and North. .1,L I1IN('KI.KV. fupt.
J. A. WUXTZ. General laifenA-cr Aent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
O AZBO, BVANSVTLLK, INDIAN
POLIB, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOTTKTXEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND AMI, OAYUOHI aUNd.
Swiagftnogb Witioat Chos!
IMDIANArOLU AND CINCINNATI EZTJIKDO,
Leatea Cairo 4:00 u. m
Arrirea at Carml . S:I3
Arrlteual VlncennM 11:15 "
TIA ST. LOCK AXO KOl'TIIKAgTXRN BAILIIOAD.
Arrlrea at Erans llle 1:18 p.m.
VIA INDIANAroLII AND VlNCCNNKt I1A1LHOAD.
ArrlTeaatlndlanaiKilU 4:30 p. m.
VIA OHIO AND MlMltJlrrt BAtLHOAD.
Arrlreiat North Vernon !M p.m
Arrlfea at Cincinnati 9:uu
ArriTlaat LouiiTllle .7:45
cAiKoxxrur?.
LeaTaa Indianapolla 8:30 a.m.
i.iocinnaij a:3
lar LoulaTllle 7:W "
Am vaa at Vlnccnnaa a.-" ) in.
Lnirea VincenneD i'.i I "
Lcarea Ernrille..... 11:40 a.m,
Arrive at CarraJ 4:43 p.m.
Arrirea at Cairo U:30
Making close connections to aud from all
polnta Eaat and Nortli, at lndlauaiolla and Cln
o.nnatl, and to and from nil iolntg South and
West of Cairo by rail and rip er.
Mocxn cirr accommopatios.
The Mound City Accommodation rutin Wed
nttday and SaturUuy.
LeaTeaCalro l!:2AandA:00p. m.
Learn Sl.mnrt City l:llauit .'.-.:i0p. m.
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A iiinncl Is to be cut tinder Piccadilly
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London.
Tints fur the Australians regard tlio
Immense Immigration from China with
favor.
The Horn. boatman won in the late
regatta at Genoa, and since then they
have been airing their pretensions on the
muddy waters of the Tiber.
A gentleman in Netices county, lex-
as, lias a Held oi sixty thousand acres
within one fence. He recently tilled an
order by telegraph for tvonty-lx thou
sand beeves.
A Pultney (N. Y.) girl put in a good
ten hours' work Iho other day. alio
nailed In that time 000 grape boxes, driv
ing 10.000 nails and handling :i,000
pieces of wood.
The Constitutional Convention of
Texas contains forty-one farmers, twen
ty-eight lawyers, three physicians, three
editors, two merchants, one printer, and
twelve whoe occupations arc unknown.
Tile Marshall Messenger regretfully
remarks : "One by one the old pioneers
of our county pass away." But thoXor-
rlstown Herald thinks this Is not so sad
as If they were to pass nyvny two by two
or three by three.
SPRING!
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CAIRO,
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Tho Tnuteos of tho Cairo City
Property tleslrc to call public nttcntlon
to the merits of their property, compris
ing :t considerable portion of tho City of
Cnlro, lu Alexander County, In tliu State
of Illinois, inul liuiils Inituedintcly ndj.i
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rivers, at the head ol unluterupted na i, a
tlonoutho MUsissii pi, being below ob-
Htructluns by ire in Hie winter uud low
wntor In rummer, and tl.us ha a clear and
open river communication at all times oer
the .MIhhIsIi pi uud it tributaries, with all
the c iiiutry hoUIIi. to tho Qulf ol Mex co
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo has also the
s Kiio character nt communication with all
the country north over the streams nowlng
by l', when tbno i-trcims arc not Itnnvl
gable by ic.vou ol Ice or low water.
it
Uclure the (ra of Kallroad-i,. Cnlro had a
commandtog Ofltlon ai a centre of com
tnerco and uaMgatlon. This Importance ol
position he rtill ponseHScs. but basuuw the
additional adv.tnui;u ol beitig a great rail
road c u re, aiiumbtTOl the mot Import
ui.t railroads it) the V alloy olthcMis;.ippi
conversing to and hating ttmr termini
there. Am ni; these, coming from the nurtli
au the great Illinois Central Unilro-d,
which travciies the ntlrc 'Uitu of Illinois
Iroui.it- cxir. in? northern and north-extern
to lis Houihern limits, and by ttsc iimectlou'
extends Into all the great uorthwenU-rii
grain prodiiclng Sta'c ; the Cairo uud Vlti
c mil'.-, cxiciulnig from aim to hu City ol
VI c-nuvf. in the Slato ol Iudlaiu, where
ltnc nnection ntford direct railroad com
lUunlc.illoiiH ullh ull e a tern clticn: him
the Cnlro .V Si, Louis llullMri, iillonilni' n
dilect railroad coniuitintoation with the
City ol St. LotlU and all thu lallroads rrn
teniii: there Tile load co nlng Horn 111
South are tin; New Orleans, Jacktou anil
Ureal Northern md the Mobile and Ohio
ila lroa a which giv dlri ct railioad cum
mtuilcillon wilh Hi clli'M ol .M bllu and
New Orlojii-, ami o th r .Southern Atlantic
cu pints. nd b coniiHi'tin toads with ull
tliu country s uih of Calr.; and coiniiig
in m tlio "Uiliweit 1-tli Cat o. Arkunsi
and IVxu llillroad, which Uords r-imil ir
coniiiiniiic.'itio'i with So them .Mi Mini i,
AruiiM- iiid Texs;' and the ptlnclpal ult
ies ul those states. 'I ld I nMr.uii-d ro d
wl gue.aUo. direct .ounec Ion with the
Tes audl'acllli! Itoud when It is com lo
ud tliu g'vlng direct coiun unlci loi, wl h
th pi-inci "I p irt ul the Pacilio H-e.iu
hehu ra lroadi, tenni luting ut C ill'n, are
now all coiuplitml uud in -uccchIui opcri.
tioti, those lo Illinois coming into the city
on a imi k o'cach ol the rlirs, Ohio Mini
M ssl-slpp'. uml tcrminatln.' ai their contin
ence, hu i nc rcling tho city. Tliu Holly
Spring-. Itrowi KVi lo mi l Ohio Klver iCnl
road. unl the Cairo aud Tentie-seu 1th er
Itillrikd. which will bjth tcrniliiaiu st
Cairo, aio in u .tir-o ul cui'siriiciioii mid l I
roonbo uonilil. led, and other rallioai sl; th
In lilm l.uuuin SUlc-s- uili of the Oh!
rivor, which wil-a'.-o toiinjnaie at Cairo,
ar projected, aim urrangem-nts made m
build them. The coitnic'ton of iheu
will ureatlv increase the riilruad communi
cations ol Cairo.
Its central locution In the grcp'. Valley ol
the Mlssleiitipi,aiid the grcuiv caltli ofriver
and ruilruud cuiuniunicitlon, gives t Cairo
unurpasstd udiuntuges as a cmmeti'lal
point, as it uords to lie ciy uml ch.-np .'ic
ccsa to all the rain producing d strict ot
the North ui d Weet,aiid-iiulinraceto ull
thougiicultural i ronucc ci nunicrs of tho
South, thus picxenlliig the beet location In
tho West, lor an in crchangcof Ihe respect
ive norihcrn ami southern commodities and
productions.
As a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo is not less Inipnrt'itit. Th- i niUe
mteri .l. cf every description, whlen con
stitute the elumenu of luanufictured urii
cles, abound on ever) site, Iron me, coul,
orsupe ior qualiiy, and timber or eeiy
ch iructer, more tlun olli.'is. being easily
and cheaply acccs-ible, umI the rich ugrl
ctiltuial riglou of theliuinediato neighbor
hood, a well as tbo moru remote ilisti Icti
rendered tributary to it by river an J rail,
furnish siippllcsol tlioi.ece.?arii sof life in
such abundance ns lor lHcr living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured hi tl
cles arc produced, tho liicllltlcs for cheap
distribution by river and rail are not
criuullud.
Cail'O tlUS a lUlral. Inlnlllironl lllirml uml
cnterprWng population of about 12,000 has
a superior sytuni ol public schoolp, which,
with others cnnductul by private enter
prlo, Hfford uii-iitp ssed ediicailonnl ad
vaului'es Is p:sPsed of well-estiiblhed
churches of iienly tVery denomination
has publliauilnrUKtobulldllUHol a siipn
rlor charactcr-has a climate, which forsa-
lubrityanu iietitiKuiiuinieuces eanuot bo
surpsssfd-hai a well-regulutcd and ef-
ncieni municifai nrgimlzatlon, Its trcots
lighted Mtb ga,f and othormctropolliun ad
vantages, which tuako it highly desirable
and in ro illty tot to bo excelled as :i place
Lots utld ln,l In r.utrA nrn now nftnril 111
very low piJces. affording lavorablo oppnr
tunitiss to pun lia.t., ano ibo owners pre-
Vi I ,IUCHll"n to ine puuno as oiicring
-....a tu advantage, ior mo su ci'ssnu !)
J a hi Kiim. nt o commercial or nianuluctiir
I g cmeri) Uts. and th b st lira llv in the
couu.ry ior proti table invostmcutot capital.
8. STaAT8'TYI.OII,
EllWIN Pahhons,
Trustees, etc.
uaiho, ui.., May 1st, 1874.
b-llMf
Irv'
I
0hua X3rue Poisons.
Medicine Ilcndered XJccless I
Volta's Electro Belts and Bands
are Indorsed by ihcmost eminent phy ulcians In
I lie wo i Id for the cine of theiiui iilsin, iieurnl-
gla, liter cointilKliit, dyril., kldmy dlirase
aches, palna, ncrruil.' dlionlcrs, Ills, lemalo
coinplalnta, nervoiu and general eultlty, uml
other chronlodiscuhcsnf the chejt, head, liier.
stomach, kidneys uml blood. Hook wilh full
IL'fU'r" frc3' ''y VOLrA l)KI,i t'0.,CIN
C1.NA11, O,
S3 SAMPLE PRS,n!:?y!;;,z1.e .
dressTIIK UMOX I'UH. i.O., .Ncitarfc. X. ,1.
(IK n ilny at home. AkciiIs wauled .Oulllt
Jiand terms fnu HICK .t CO., Aiifiista,
Maine.
$300
month lo energetic men mid wo
men every when . Ilii-liiM honor.
rililn. i:V l.!l.lfltf ultL'ui r'jii
ii.r. ... ... : , - .- - " ww.-
"fii i M .mcniKan avenue, uiuchko.
FtltSTi!) AND K.Vl'OSITION cf the Tnide.
men's liuluslrlnl Institute. I'MUImrcli
leiinsylvaulu, ill-cm Oclolr7. do-en Noem
lerc Atldrc-K A. .1. NKI.I.IS. 1're'ldent T.I.I.
V.J,,i gn.irunttcil using our
'H Anitir A- lirlllo
SJIOO n tnontii iihIiI to cooil
IliriMlf.. Allnri.i. I.....1. Cr... .fit.
Augur Company M. Louis, Mcsourl.
ftfiin OOf) "VAL HAVANA I.OTTKltV,
spOlU.UUO. Di.iriuutfdemy llltcendayg
1 lirlxp 8100.00011 irle....,000
' iirltca. MVI3.000 each .10,1100
sr,t iriip. ii ill on I In ir lo 3 1 0,(100
Whole ticki ts. iOj quarters, $3t nuntklht, frl.
Circulars of inlorniation fiec. i'lUc.i cnhcd.
A. ltX VI' A' CO., Iliuiken.,
rwt-o(Ucc ltnv Mtl 21 Park Ituw, New York.
Koyal .-vm and lliutinwlik liovirniiient
Lollcriecon.-taiilly on hand.
i'S
NEVER.FAILINO
AGUE CURE
l'rlcel. Sold bv Druei-UN.
JVOItEWAIMMKITKAlI.H TO LI UK.
Dr C II lloicc, Seneca 1'iills, N V.
$77
A WJ'.KIf. inianilllcnl In innh. nml
fcniale iiirents In their locallty
nollilng lo trv It I'nrtlculars
ftiK I' O. viCki:uy&lo..
Aioni.r, .'Me.
ftfi to ffi20 l",'rl1,l home. Satni.lr. Willi
Z , ,T! , , fr,v' """on :ommiir,
l'urlland JIalne.
"TD-YCIIdMNCYOIt SOUL! ll.l!MIr;"
. X IImv-Illieriexiiiay f.ucliiute and ir.iln thr
lore uml itlTectlons of any iernn Ihey rli.ir,
in.tfllitU'. TliU ... .n ............ I...
null, for SmphIsi toirelher Willi u Marriage
liiilde, Lgrjitlnn Mnirle. Hr.Tim', lllnM totji-
llll.ll. I I .1111.1 ..till ......... I... ..I. 4..
lire- T. WIIII.VM ,t. COMPANY Pol,',,
I II I lltOI I jUHU I-VI-IIIIV-IW.
PRUSSING'S
WHITE
WINE
VUH6AB
Celrhrateil forltn PfltlTV, RTRRXOTII and
PAL .TAULKSEMS. W.rrnntf.l to iiuxari
t'kkles. . . ... K. L. rilUbslxo A co..
S-28-iUw.
The Success of LOMPOChaa Induced the
Owners to ilavo n
GRAND AUCTION SALE
or Tim
Guadalupe Rancho
IMiullc South or-an l."l Otit.po, mid U miles
North of Lonifioc.
4,000 Acres
In Tracts cf 5, 10, .0, and 160 Acres,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER .1th, 1870.
O.VTIIirn.'AOT, nml contlnuoTllIti:,: dnji.
TKitMhi One-fourth rash, balance In four
equal anutiul In.tnlliuentt, wilh ten lwrcent. In
tel est.
These lands lire well watered, thnWteil, and
suitable for ru ilut! nil klii.li of grain. c
liles fruits, tobacco, etc Will r'urKoACo's .
KM',r6i 'ot unl und Me.innliip olHce is
tabllsheil inthetown, A tine Mharf at Point
.sal, where any teasel can land.
100 fi-acre lots will bo sold.
l'nmi.hleta. Maps, tind narllctilnr can beob.
Vvs'r vr vp-pfv:1 , "ci,fc, ""'. 'hin.Bo.oi
dreeing ' tn'1 Acl,l'or
California Immigrant Union,
634 California St., San Frnncisco.Cal.
f-2S-dlv. '
K, L. Ilrd'troin. A t. Metier. A. J. Hooted
E. L. HEDSTR0M & Co.,
Miners & Shippora of
(2'1
21' Seneca tlreet, lliiltiilo.
(i;ni:iiai. Oitick
or. .luanis .v siarKe St.
i 'i. i.
Also Agents for BlossburgCoal Co.
7-21-dlw.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
fornilccrliitloii of Emerson's Patent
Planer Toothed uud Damuscus Tempered
Saws undun uc ount of tliu Ureut .Nullonal .-awing
Contests lu which they ciirrlul nil tiry
prize IncludinK IheSino In Gold Address
Emerson, Ford & Co , Beaver Falls, Pa.
.say where you saw this H-i'S-dAwlw.
"Ms Calls"71
40.00 co'n?'s o.oo "'Muh
nt aw.ww cl llialn lurao l)iiy
8)2,500 una uiiwanU M i utiji r.vTI.Y
' ww iiuIIzhI on un Invcoliuent
,, or$2oo.
I or ilea i hililnp looiiemtc, or limn. wLIiIiil
for lull Inlbinuiluu HOW 'IO Ol'KltATi;. fc.'iM
loioiivcliculur. Addreos
CLARK Sc CO.,
150 Waahlnntou St., Chicago,
6-Ss.dJtwlw.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON. TIN
AND
Slate Xloofarft,
Hoofing and Guttoring a Specialty.
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
and Tinware
Jobbing Promptly Douo,
.-.i-s-ia-wly.
jiahriedIiAdiesj
tinker 41
iiMk(,i
fca-rid ll.mn tr.m al.t... i I l.l . -4 . 1 .. -
r, U. Q .VAlUt, s U. Waiii, ttu toiiaauiflii, Iul.
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for tho relief
nnd cure of all
derangements la
thn stomach, llv
it, and bowels.
They are a mild
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tlve. llehiKl'iu'
ly vegetable, they
contain no mer
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fcrlou ilckncss nnd suffering Is presented by
ilielr f Imcly uxoi and nvcry ranilly should
linen Ihoni mi hind for their lirotcct Ion nnd
relief, when reiultcd. Long experienro lias
uoved thorn to bo tho safcit, surest, and
litst of all tho I'fs wilh which tho market
abounds. Ity their occnsloiml use, tho blood
Is iiiirllled, Uie corruptions of tho ayMem ex
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Althouih tearchhiK, they aro mild, and opcr
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diet or occupation.
Full directions nre Riven on the wrapper to
each lox,howtouclhcniarilnmlly Miynlc,
nnd for the following complaints, which UicM)
VltU rapidly cine.
for lpyaiM'ilit or Inillirvatlon, Xlaf.
Icssucaa, Luniriiur, nnd l.u nt Appr.
Iltr, they nhould bu tnl.cn inoderntcly to.
stimulate the stomach, aud re Ho re Its healthy
tono and action.
For I.ln-r Campliilnt and It various
fvinptomi. Hllluiia llrisiluclir, Nick
Iruiluchr, JhiihiIIco or Urrra Mlak
Bras, Illllnu Collt and Hlllnua
ra, they rhould be Jmllcloinly taken for
each caie, to correct the dlicatcd action, or
remove the obstruction which cnute It.
for narnti-ry or llMrrburu, butouo
mild do la KCiirinlly repilrcd. .
For Illicuimtflam, ont, rvT,
IrttnSlulli oriht llrurt, uln In
sue a)tal, Biack, and l.ulna, they ahoultl
be conllnuouily taken, na reriilrcd, to chillier
the dl'C.vcd action of llicsvatain. WIUi luch
change thoi.c complaints illnappcir.
For lSrop.T uml Ii oii.Uiil Nnrll.
Inft-a, thev thould lie taken In lirjjo nod frc
ijue nt dote to produce tho c licet of a draitlu
putve.
I'or Hnpprranloii. n l.irj-eiloc hnuld be
taken, ns it pr.iducet the ilitlind effect by
sympathv.
As a lilntirr I'M, take one nrtwn I'lllitn
promote illzcMlon.nud relievo Iho Homnch.
An occarlonal doe limul.iti.a the atomarh
nnd bowel', retorea Ihe appetite, and Invigor
ates the ayatcm. Hence it it oflcu adranta-fi-ous
wheic no t enona ileranireineni "xlfta.
One who feela tolerably well, nueu i that
n do.e of thee 'fa make, him fe c(d
nlly better, from lelr rleaiHne nnd reuo
vatinK eScct on tho diRrstivi' ip..iratu.
Mtfti'Aiinii nr
Dr. J. C. AVER &. CO., Fractieal Chsmlits,
.OH':... MASS., V. H. A.
ron s.it.r. nv all nurooiaTs i vkhvkiikric.
Ayer's Atue Cure,
For Fover a.,i Ague, Intermittent Fe
ver, Chill Fever, Itemittent Fsver,
Dumb Akuo, Periodical or llllious Fe
ver. &c and Indeed all the Directions
which ariao from malarious, marsh, or
mlaamatlo poisons.
"-"sSk So one teinedy It louder
V called for by the nr'clile'
B-P of the American people than
n .ure and tar run. for
.B J' I'rierunil Acur. -uch
M wc arc no enabled to nflrr,
with a perfect certainty lhat
It will cradlcalo the dl.ca.e, and with mnir
ance, foiinih.'d on proof, that no liann t;i
ariau from ila u-c in any iUiiuiitr,
That which protect from or T' vctita 11.19
dl'nnleriiiu.t lo of lininuuo aervice In ino
coimiiiuiltlca where It preraHi. I'rtttntwa
li better than curcj for the patient irninth'
riik which lie mint tun In violent attack of
this baleful illitcuicr. Thl. "( i in." epel
the mlannatic polion of I'eirr untl Atrm
from the ayatem,nnd picrent the dculo; .
ment of the dheaap. If taken on the lint
approach of its premonitory aymptoin. A
Krcst inperiority of this icmedy oeer any
oUicrcrerdiacoveied fui the apceily and cer
tain euro of Intermittent I. Hint It contain,
uo Quinine or irlneral; come'iurntly It pro
duces no ipilnlan. or other Injurious effect.
whatcTor upon the constitution, Ttioac cured
by It arc left as healthy as If they had never
hvi Hie illncii'C.
I'eter lanil .tn- Is not alone the con.
son,uencc of the mlaaniatlc polaon. A great
variety of disorders arise from its Irritation,
amsng which lire .Truralirtu, Illiriinsu.
Uaaa, Clout, Hriattaictsr, Bllmlneaa,
Tootkwcke, Eurssckr.C'ulatrrh, Aalh
sasi, aalpltisilsss, Palatal ArTrctloii
of tko Kplroa, If yatfrica, Pain lo tk
Howeli, Colic. Paralyala.and derange
ment of the Momach, all or which, when
originating In this rsuac, put on the Inter
mittent type, or become periodical. This
"CCttC" expels the poison from tho Wood,
nnd consequently cures them all alike. It I
fiu invaluable protiction to immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
the malarious district, if taken occasion
ally or daily nhllo exposed to the Infection,
that will bo excreted fioni the system, and
cannot accumulate In aulUcicnt quantity to
ripon Into discatc. Itcncc it Is even moro
vnluable for protection thsu cure; and fev
will ever suffer from Intermittent If they
avail themiclre. of the protection this rem
cdy affords.
For I.lvcr Complaint", arlilng ftom torjiM
lly of the Liver, It Is an excellent remedy,
stlmulallng the Liver Into healthy activity,
nnd producing many truly remarkable cures
where other medicines full.
pntfAnr.n nr
Dr. J. O. ATI? R A CO.. r.nwell. Has..
Pracltrnl anil Anntiftral Chrmltti,
AST) BOLD ALL nOUSD THE WORLD.
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Kill r.dltion.
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS,
ON
NEHVOUS DEBILITY
AMI
Physical Exhaustion,
To which Is milled
An Essay on MnriiuBO,
Willi important chapters on
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u4 ktj, nt 1 dm Ui crll7 Uu tb tout.
It onauiQi iti txptrrlaoe o1 vl.L-f ft rldai
ht rtpaiAtloo t vorU-vld, to1 boo 14 tl la U9rt
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T6urendiUoo. '
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13011; f r bj mill, en tie dlMfttee Bcnilnaed la tit wtt k.
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CONFESSIONS
OF A VICTIM.
I'nhlislieil as u warning and lorlhs benriltol
Ymuiff Men and others whs -utlcr fioni Nervous
llthllll . Ln.a of Munhnod etc . (ilvintf bis
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Mas.
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