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OAIBO POITOITICI.
Orncs Mount Prom 7:90 a.m. to C:.)
p.m.; BBdy frOM 7to9.m. Money
Order 8.-00 a.m. to 0.-00 p.m.
Arrive.
a.m. I r.tt.
A.M r.at.
1:
10:00
10:30
10:0)
Illinois Central Kit
Miss. Oram! II It
3:00 I
4:00 ,
5:0n
1:00
DINT.
Cairo ft Vlncenncs
Kit uany.
Cairo, Arkansas A
1etas 11 It-Dally
Ohio River Itoota
Illyae't Monday
Miss. Klvar Koatf
Uo. Sun. Tu. Frl
Diwu.Tu ThuSat.
Tbthea Root
fri.Ur ."aturday
M.OJ
I
6:00
0:00
O. W McKlAto, P. M.
RAII.KOABH.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
ft SOUTHERN R. R.
THarTTTl
Kxpre.s leaves Cairo dally J: I', m
Eatires arrives t Cairo dally "'
Accommodation leave Cairn dally iiinoa, in
Accommodation arrives dally (except
Sunday) tl:a. in
TOMB CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
R
TRAU6 LfelVK CAMO
Mali at...... ....-12:15 l. m Dally
Express at 3i i, u....
freVht at 4:00 o. n...F.xept Sunday.
rrtlghtat U:W u in-. '
Freliht at 4:Sup. in...
Fnloiit at 7:30 p. in...
AH.11TI AT CAIIIO .
Marl at .. J:00o. Ill -..Dally.
express t- S:P. in...Kxcpt Sunday.
FaAgbt 8:n. m... " Monday.
Freight at 1 1 1 1 i- 6:41 p. in... " Sunday.
rr5 a 10.0) a. m... " Sunday,
rrabjht a ........ ...11:03 p.m.. " "
JAKES JOHNSON, Arant.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On aad after Aus. 29. trains will run ns lol
atn, Sundays axixutnl, from the corner of
Karond street nnd Commercial avenue, Cairo,
Illinois:
noma ortii.
Leave Cairn 111:45 A. M
Murpbyslmiu -J:4"i 1. M.
Arrive hast SI. l,oul tiw "
r.oiKU south.
Leave Kast St. Louis -.: A. M.
Arrive Murphrslmro .. l::ir M.
lMkt Murphysboro r-:l! '
Vrrlre Cairo 4:00 '
Connecting at St. Ixjnis with all traliu West
and North. J I.. IHNChi.KV. Mupt
J. A. VTKXTZ. General I'asseiurer Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIBO, EVANBVILLE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL DAYLIGHT RUN 3.
Mng firroffc Witioal Chuge !
INDIAN ArOLM AND CUiClNXATI KXI'llChH.
Leave Cairo - 4:00 a. in
Arrive at Carml t:43 "
Arrived at Vlncennes 11:15 "
VIA NT LOCIS AND SOUTHEASriiU.V IUILIIOAD.
Arrives at Kvansvllle 4:18 p.m.
VIA tXDIANAI-OLlS AND VISCKNXKS IIAILIIOAD.
Arrive at Indianapolis- 4:30 p. in.
via omo ash Mississippi iiailiioad.
Arrive at North Vernon r.:4.r p.m.
Arrives at Cincinnati 9;oo "
Arrlvlsat Louisville 7:15 "
CAIRO KXIMIXSS
Leaves Indianapolis ..... 8:30 a.m.
I-earts Cincinnati . :.?' "
Leaves Louisville 7:00 "
Arrives at Vluccnne - 2:00 p.m.
Iiavas Vincenncs "
Leaves Erunsvlllc 11:40 a.m.
Arrives at Cunni 4:43 p.m.
Arrives at Culro U-.ao '
Making oloe connections to and from all
points East and North, at ludlaiiaiills and Cin
o:ruiaU, and to and from all points South ami
Wat of Cairo by rail and rbyer.
HOUND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
nesday and Saturday.
leaves Cairo 12:23 und r.:(Kip. m.
Leaves Mound Cltv 1 sljand &:'o p. m.
X. B. GOODRICH, H. L. XORR&L.
Un' Ticket As't. UenvralSup't
O"'or information relative to rates nnd con
nections, apply to JAMES MALI.OltV,
71 Ohlolevee.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co
--VOK-
Faducah, Shawneetown. Evans
ville, LouiiFille, Cincinnati
and all way landing!.
The unrivalled side-wheel steamer
IDLE WILD,
D. O. FowLin Master.
Ko. It. Thomas Clerk.
Will leave Kvansvllle for Cairo every MONDAY
audTHUKSDA Y at o'clock p. m.
Leaves Cairo every TUtSIlA Y and FUIDAY.at
6 o'clock p. in.
The elvKitnt sld-v,hetl steamer
ARKANSAS BELLE,
llax llowsjui Master,
ViUU II. raNXMUTUM Llflk.
Will leave Kvansvllle for Cairo every TUES
DAY and FKI DAY at 4 o'clock n. in.
Will leave Cairo every 1VKDNKSDA Y and SAT-
UKUAI aillO'ClOCK l. 111.
The elegant aide-wheel steamer
FAT. CLEBURNE,
JoilM Gorr - ...Master
Mat. Williams Clerk.
Leavea Kvansvllle for Cairn every Vi:i)NKS-
OAYandSATUKAIlY atdp. m
Leaves Cairo every THUUsDA V uud SUNDAY
at G p, m.
Each boat makes close connections at Calm
with Drst-cuus steamers for tit. Louis. Mem
phis and New Orleans, und at Kvansvllle with
and with the Louisville Mall Steamers fuu all
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freights and passengers to all olnts
muuiary
For turther information apply to
SOL. MLVKK, l'Mseuger AkcuI,
IIALLIDAYI1UOS.
"(Age
dMl'.lt,
J. M. rUILMI'K.
Agiuls,
Or to U.J.UHA.MMI
Suuerinteudent and Usneral Freight An. nt.
IJ-a.yo-ly. Kvaasvillulnaiaua.
O'OALLAHAN dc HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slat Roofr;
Koofltgand Outtering a Speoialty.
Slate Iroofiinf a Specialty in
aay part of touthern lUlnola,
Ligbtning Bods, Pumpa, stoves
and Tinware.
aTvhMag Fremytly Desa,
a-i-wiy.
PARAGRAPHS.
A boy of itluc nnd a girl of eleven,
half-timer at a mill nt Etixloti, near
Preston, England, quarrelled and fought,
nnd tlto girl received such Injury that she
died directly afterward.
As an evidence that the de.lre to ac
quire military glory Is not dying out
among the French, It I stated that but
six persons have proved refractory to ttie
call for the reserve force of 1870.
Franca counts up 324 colleges, with
09,600 pupils, besides 0." private and 278
ecclesiastical Institution, with an aggre
gate of 77,000 students. Each bishop has
at least one training school for priests.
"I never sot my mind to wrltln'
poetry till two year ago," said a young
rttrnllst, tilting back In a grocery chair;
"but the minute I took togoltt' with that
Johnson girl, by gosh ! I couldn't help
It."
S Nearly 000,000 persons were employed
during last year In and about the coal,
lire clay, Iron-stone, ami shalu mines ot
Great HrlUiln and Ireland, about four
tilths ot whom were occupied tinder
ground.
lloston has property and buildings
devoted to religious, educational, and
charitable purposes valued at nearly S20,-
000,000 which are exempt from taxntloi
ono ward alone having $5,000,000 worth
of such property. As at the regular rate
of taxation these structures would yield
the city at least S'Jio.ouo per annum, a
movement Is on fool to abolish the exctnp
tlon clause in tha law.
SPRING!
SUMMER
Prices to suit the Times.
WTiolosalo Figures, but No Crodit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Nozt Door to Stuart tt Gholson'a
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMJCEROIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HATS, Ilonncts, Flnwers.s, Laces, Hlbbons,
.SlILs, Velvets, Ties, Hurtling. Corsets,
KldtilovtM, Hosiery, Worsteds.
Also the "Lvllca1 Dress liifoim'
OORS1IT,
And alt the new styles of trimming fsllks
for
spring aim summer,
t" These ironds w
oods will lie sold at very low Ihr-
nrcs, for CASH and CASH ONLY
l-ll-attl
BOBBINS
CAIBO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
ALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
IAXOI
OPkWorld wide Reputation.
Acknowledged by all Rood Musicians to lie the
ocsi i-iano now inaue.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wc have sold over 400 during
twelve years past, becoming more and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMiSTCAN ORGAN,
Splendid touc. l'ower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well as vocal music.
ALL THK A1IOVK AUK OFFKltLD ON
Kasy Monthly ruymciits, ut low tlgurcs
regardless ol List Trices.
SHEET MUSIC
In great variety, Including all the now
und popular music ot tho day.
Orders from tho Country
promptly tilled and scut
by mall,
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FKENCll HAM'!?, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
BTHIH0S FOB VI0LIM8, OVITAB8, ETC.
Of Uic Ucst Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
BdaTBverr description of Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly und
at prices lower Uiau ever o tiered before.
OENCY ALSO Of
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Trice
Lilt of tbeia beautiful groupei.
All m4i WarraaUd at Kapraitstad,
Address,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
MI1W SIMM WBBk
aiC CAIRO, XXaXaXTNTOXS
1 lW-TI
W f JOHN P.
U2 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Mr
HANKS).
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
orricxns.
TV. I. IIAi.T.IDAV, President.
1IKNKY li. IIA1XIUAY, VlcePrest,
A. II. HAKKOItl), Cashier.
WALTEIt HVS1.01', Ass't Cashier.
DIRKCTOM
Staath TAYl.nri. n It
' IULLIDAY, Vf. 1'. llALLtilAY, '
A. II. SAITOItl)
Ezohango, Coin and United Statos
jionas uougnt and Bold.
DEPOSITS rroelved and a general baukhig
business done.
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
nrricxito:
A 11. SAFFOItt). l'lvsldwit.
.s. S. TAYI.OK, Vice President.
Vt . 11YSI.OP, sce'vaud Treasurer.
diklctoih:
P. M.
llAnci.AY. Ciias. Oaliuiicm.
r . .11. nTuunrLKiii, i-aui. (i. ncnuil,
It. H. CUNN1NOIIAM. II I,. HaLLIUAY,
J. M. 1'IIILLIIS.
INTEKK8T tild on iUiolts at the rate or six
ncr cent, tier nnnum. March 1st ami Stuii'ni.
br 1st. Interest not wlUidruwn is added hnni(-
illnteiy to the principal of the deposits, thereby
Morriod Women and Children may
xioposit money ana no ono
elso can draw it.
Unen everv bllslnessiluv from !l.i.m. In :i ii.in
ami .-utunlay i-vnilnno for savliiKs deiositi only
W. HYSLOP, Treaaurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Logiti
muiu uanKing Jiusinoss.
F. BROSS, Freaidant.
F. NEFF, Vice Prealdent.
HENRY WELLS, Caabier.
T. J. KERTH, Aaalatant Caahler.
63-311-tf
WAIiOXN.
The Gamble Wagon
MASUKACTUUKD 11V
GAMBLE..
THE BEST and CHEAFE8T WA00N HAK-
DFACTUBED.
MANUFACTORT, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
Awarded the Hisrheat Medal at Vienna
501 Broadway, New York.
(Opp. Metropolitan Hotel.)
Manufacturer!, Importer Sc iSealera in
CHROMOS AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
ALIIUMS, (SliAl'HOSCOI'K.S and ftUlTAULK
VIKWS.
Fh.otograpb.ic
Material.
Weuiclleielnuartcrs fur ctcrythlngln tbcwayof
Stereopticons and Hagi. Listsrc:
lleing Mauufacttliers of the
Micro-Scientiilo Lantern,
Stereo-Funoptioon,
University Storoopticou,
Advertiser's Stereopticon,
Artopticon,
SCHOOL LANTKIIN. FAMILY LANTLItN,
I'KOl'LK'M LAM'Llt.N.
tsch style lielug the lct ufllschets in the
market.
I'utologiHMof IjhiUths niM Slides with dt
icctlons ionising sent on application.
Any eulerpilslnpman eun make money with a
Magic Lunlciu,
CJCut out this aihcitlscment fur ufcnnce.-ta
O-H-iUw-tf.
1 i a. '.i
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Batwean Waahin
ton smd Oominarolal
Ayenuea
olninaT Hanny'a.
KKF.1'8 for sale the bent Ilccf, Fork, Mutton
Vaal, IjiiiiI), Haulage, Ac. smd la pre
parwl U -crve faiulllea In an acnevtalile manner
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
FOIt the auecilyrare of Kemlnal Weakness,
1ist Manhood and all dleerdera brought
on by Indiscretions or excess. Anv llrugglsi
has fae Ingredients.
Address, Dr. K
l-21-daw-lv
HILTON A Cf
Cincinnati, ft
CAIRO,
xxiiiiifoxs.
Tho Trustees of the Cairo City
Property tlcflrc to call public attention
to tli merit of their iirocrty, compris
ing a considerable portion of tin; City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In the Slate
of Illinois nnd lands Immediately adja
cent thereto.
This eltv. ns Is well known, Is Mtuatednt
tbc eonlluencc of the Ohio and iMIflil
rivers, at tho head of uuiuteTUiitcd naviga
tion on tho Misblssil i, belUK below ob
struct Ions hv lei; In tliu Winter mid low
water in summer, anil tLlls has u clear und
open river coiiunnnlcatlon at all times over
tho Misslssiuni nnd Its tributaries with nil
llic countrv totliu. to uio uuu oi .Mexico
and tha Atlantic Ocean. Cairo basalt") the
same character ol communication with nil
the countrv north over the atreuma riowlnu
by It. wliuii thoso streams are not Innavi
gable by icaton ot Ice or low water.
Ileloretlic era of Hallroaili. Cairo had a
coiimiunillau position as a centro of com
mcrce and navigation. This iniportutice ot
noidtlon sho Hill possesses, but lias now the
udilltloual advantage ot bcliiL' a great rail
road centre, a number ot the most Import
ant railroads In tho Vallov ol the Mississippi
converging to and haing tbolr termini
there. Among these, coming from the north
ate the great Illinois Central Itailroad,
which traverses the entire state of Illinois
lrom;iU extreme northern and north-esstcru
to Its i-oiithcrn limits, and by ltsconnectlons
extends into all tho great northwestern
Krain producing states ; tnc Cairo aim in
i-euues, exIendinKfrom Culro to the City o
Vincenncs, in the State ol Indian i, where
ltsconnectlons atlord direct railroad com
luunicatious with all hVtern cities; und
tho Cairo ,V St. Louis Kallroad, atlonlliiL'
diicct railroad communication with the
Cltv ol St. Louis and all the railroads ecu
tertng there. Tho rouds coming Irom the
.South are tho Now Orleans. Jackson nnd
Great Northern nnd tbc Mobile and Ohio
Hallroads. which L'lvc direct railroad coin
mtiuicatlon Willi the cities ot Mobile ami
New Orleans, and othc r Southern Atlantic
seaports, and by connecting roads with all
the couutrv south of Cairo: and cominc
Irom the southwest httio Cnifo, Arkansas
and Texas Itailroad, which nllonls similar
communication with Southern Missouri
Arkansas und Texas, and the principal cit
ies of thoso States. This last-named road
will L'le, uUo, direct connection with the
Toxas andl'acitlc Hoadwhcn It Is comMc
ted, tints giving direct communication wi'h
the principal ports ot the l'aellic Ocean
'I hesc railroads, tennltiating at Cairo, urc
now all completed and In successful opera
tion, thoe In Illinois coming into the city
on a hank ot each ot the rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating at tlielr eonllu
encc, thus encircling tha city. Tho Holly
Springs, Ilrownsviile and Ohio Klvcr Hail
road, and tbc Cairo and Tcniiesseo Hive r
Itailroad, which will loth termlnato at
l.'nlm. urn in course of eonrtrilctloil and Will
soon be completed, and other railroads both
In Illinois and in States south of tho Ohio
river, which will a'.so terminate at Culro,
are projected, an'i arrangements made to
build them. Tho construction of thcie
will irrcatly lncrcae tho railroad communi
cations of Cairo.
its central location in the great Valley of
tbc Mississippi, ami the ijreat wealth of river
and railroad communication, gives to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages us a commercial
point, us it affords to her eay and cheap ac
cess to all the grain producing districts ot
the North anil West, and similar access to all
the agricultural produce consumers of tho
South, thus presenting the best location in
the West tor an Interchange of the respect
ive northern und southern commodities and
productions.
Aa a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo Is not lers important. Tho crude
materials of every description, which con
stitute the elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, iron ore, coal,
of superior quality, and timber of every
character, more than others, being easily
and cheaply acccsdMe, und the rich agri
cultural region of the Immediate neighbor
hood, as well as the more remote districts
rendered tributary to it by river and rail,
furnish supplies oi the ceccssaricaof life in
such abundance as to render living except
ionally cheap. When Unmanufactured arti
cles arc produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by river and rail arc not
equalled,
Cairo has a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population or about 12,00(1 has
a superior system of public schools, which,
with others conducted by prlvato enter
prise, atlord unsurpassed educational ad
vantagesIs possessed of wcll-cstalilishod
churches of nearly every denomination
has publw and private buildings of a supe
rior character baa a climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthliil influences cannot be
surpassed hiis a well-regulated and ef
ficient municipal organization, Its "tteets
lighted with gas, and other metropolitan ad
vantages, which make it highly desirable
and in reality not to be excelled ns a place
of permanent residence.
Lots and land In Cairo are now offered at
very low prices, allbrdlng favorable oppor
tunities to purchase, anil the owners pre
edit the location to tho public as ottering
unrivaled advantages lor tho successful es
tablishment of commercial or manufactur
ing enterprises, aad the best locality in tho
country lor profaVble investment ot capital.
S. Staats TAYI.OU,
KnWIN 1'AKHONH,
Trusteer, etc.
Caiho, It.!., May 1st, 1871.
Mo-tr
Nr.w Aivr:KTi:m:T.4.
1,200,000 Acres
mm lahds.
No Grasshoppers, No Drought
The Atlantic and I'arlllc Ihtllrotid oiler for
sate, on long tbi.e and low prices, splendid
running lauds In Nmthwestcni Missouri, which
possess all the rtipilrciiients ornocMl nnd healthy
climate, plenty ot'tlmhcrniid pilte water, long
nnd cool summers, und short and mild w Inters
Free trnnsiHir tut on from St. Louis tor lauu-
bii)ers.
i.irciunrs, containing inaji unii;guiue, im- i
liny nndress, Sectional maps, snowing lanus
idd and unsold. V rents. Address
A h. IICANK, Ijind Coliimlssloner,
8'. Hoiith Foiirlh ."tivet, St Iilils, .Nto,
0 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
ENTER! W I At
HISTORY of the U.S.
Theirn nt Interest III the Ilirlllllllf hlsturv nf
our country makes tmsuie iasiet reiiiiig hook
eer pulillshnl. It contains omt linMlnehlsibrl-
nil enginvlugs unil tKfl pages with a lull nr.
count of tliuHiuiroachliiir arnnd Centennial rrlc-
nriiuoii, .-ciiu lor ii inn iirrripnoii nnurAini
terms to Agents NATIONAL PUIII.I-IIIMI
CO., (.hlcuKoniidM, 1-onls,
P II lny
II nnd in
nt home.
Agents Wuntisl Out lit
its Inc.
'iiu i; a t;u., AntfUf ta.
Maine.
$300
it mouth to energetic men undvto
men every u lint. Itiisiness bonnr-
iible. i;tlXSI(llt M'l 'li COJI
l'AXY, l.M Michigan lui-nuc, Chicago
Fresoription Frtt
for the snccdy cure of sncclal troubles common
to the young ami middle-aged. Nervous, men
tal and physical ilenressloii, los ofmemory and
energy, pains In the back, seii-uisirnst, ill-
zincs. uiinness oi sigru, coouiioii oi iu-n, noo
other disorders of the nervous system continuent
on various habits that lower the vitality ufthe
system. Any drugglthas the injrrtuients.
Aimless hi,, i.. ii iiifiii.,
Olnclnmitl, O
WANTED!
Agents for the
lw."t selling Prize
rackiigv In the
world. It contains
ISshcets puicr,
envelopes, gold pen, pen holder, ircncl! , patent
yam iucaure. nnu a piece in jcwirj . anin
packaac. w lthelegiint prl.e. iot-pald, .' cents
Circular live lllllllr. A III.
DUiirr. A v-.'.t
"'.si liroadway, N. V.
A WKKb" guaranteed to male "d
female ngwils In their b-antj.
Costs nothing to try It. "rtjcnlars
fteu P. O VICKK1 il
Uusut, .fie.
m cah make : 5 . 0 0 0
In 90 Days in A 1 Stocks.
My flyatom Is Safo, Honorable & Simple.
laiiiililel Sent I'leeloAII.
W II. WliKK, Hanker. ITS llrondwuy, N, V
Stocks bought nnd soldat the N. V. Mock Kx
ehage. U 4-QtOfL Pcrdavut home. Samples worth
PJ LO ip&Vi ut.. ni0ii A Conipanj-,
I'oillnnil, Maine.
ATIND IlKAIIINU, l'SYCIIO.MANl Y,
KAs-
J.YA. l l.VATI'i.v, Soul Cliarmlng.
.MesmerlnlD,
unit M.'irrluire (iulde. showing how either sex
may 1 ji-clnate and gain the lote and affittlon of
liny lierson nicy cnooae iiooaiiiiy. iwimpics.
Ily mall ft) cents. Hunt .V Co., 1.1) S. . th M
I'ldla.
6000!
AflKNT.S U'llllldl In nil
six new liiM'iitlons.iiiint
und of great value to cerv
IhhIv. (irent mollti to
agents. LI'llltAIM HltOWN, Unl,Ma-.
lu-W-dAwtw.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
fiend for n description of Emsrson's Patent
Planer Toothed und Damaacua Tempered
Sawa und un account of the (Jreat .National ."aw
ing Contest lu which they carried on every
prTie including theino in Cold Address
Emeraon, Ford & Co , Beaver Falls, Pa.
say where you saw this s-va-dAwlw.
"Fills 5 Calls
nx CU.MN. Kor full Information how to
operate on the Chicago market, rend for our
Circular.
CLARK Sc CO.,
150 Washington St., Chicago,
10-13d&wlw.
E L. Iletlstrom. A.C.Meeker. A.J. Hoole.
E. L. HEDSTR0M Sc Co.,
Miners & Shippers of
Anthracite
f 211 Seneca street, HuflTalo.
Uknkuai. Offices, Cor, Adams A Market fit.
I Chicago.
Also Agents for Blossburg Coal Co.
7-lt-iHw.
"A nepoaltory or FitNhlon, I'lenaiire
mitt InHtriirtluii."
HARPERBAZAR.
lllntltated,
NOTICKM OK THK I-KES.3,
Tbo lla.aris edited with a contribution
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l'ltli rapidly cuict
For IyaMnlia or Intllgrstlon. r.lrt
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Illr, thev should bo taken moderately to
stimulate iho stomach, and restore Its healthy
lone and action.
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llvuilatchr, Juumtlcn orUrrea Mick
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the dlscnred action of the system. With such
change tho. complaints dh-apix-nr.
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Intra, Hiey should bo taken hi large and fre
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purge.
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taken, ns It produces the dctirud effect by
sympathy,
Asn Winner Pill, take one ortwo Pith to
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An occasion"' "lose sliniulatct the.y----111
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when no serious derangement exUt4.
One who feels tolerably well, oltrn Ibid tint
a noc oi ine.ie I'm mases nun icci iiei w
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vating edi ct on the digc-tivc apparatus.
rni.iMtiKti ur
Sr. J. C. AYER It CO., Practical ChsmUtt,
lAtWV.l.t., MASS., V. S, A,
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Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever a Ague, Intermittent Fe-
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Dumb Ajeue, periodical or Huioua Fe
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Jv-r unit A ST"'. -uch
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arise from its mo In any ipiautlt)'.
That which protects from or prevents llij
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the miasmatic poison of I'eirr und .tirui
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approach of Its premonitory syuitouis. A
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no Quinine or mineral; conscipiently It pro
duces no ipiiuum or other injurious enect
whatever upon the constitution, Thoe cured
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had the dltcaso.
Vvrr nnd Aeue Is not alone the con
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Toothache, BarsMhs,CMtiarrh, ,slh.
Palpitation, Palaful ArTrction
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cannot accumulate In sufDclent quantity to
ripen Into disease. Hence it I even more
valuable for protection than cure; and few
will ever suffer from Intcrralttents If they
avail themselves or the protection this rem
edy affords.
For Liver Complaints, arising fiom torpl.I.
Ity of the Liver, It Is an oxcellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many trnly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fall.
t r-RErARtn ut
Dr. J. C. AYKIt Si CO., Lowell, Mass.,
J'raellctl and Analytical Chemltlt,
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