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ST. L0UIS.IK0H MOUlfTAHf
ft SOUTHKm K. K.
Express leaves Cairo dally........
Mipwss arrives at Galw dally..
,2;00 p. m.
j .m - m
?IiJ,uilon lvfttlroUally 2.". m.
Accommodation arrives dally (except
Sands J)
..II :(). m.
JOARD.
HJUfOIS CENTRAL X. It.
TU9I UUT CAIAO
tall at.... litis . m .Dmit.
. -. lilKn in "
rJJKt t.i ".'.'... 4:00a ra...Excpt Sunslay.
rissijhtat -liwi.tii... -
fiSSlit t - 7:,..ro... "
Mall at...
lunu .at..
rScht u
Frttabtat.
rnSm .
LIMa tn DsltV.
...... a:0p. m...Kscept Sunday.
a-asi m... atoattar.
.:6p. m. " 8uUy.
M10rtnii.ro... " Sunday.
JAKES JOKMON, Acsnt.
CAIRO & ST. LOTUS R. R.
TI3
On uil tftrt- Auk. i9. traini will run as fol-
on, Sundays axocpted, from Uie corner of
ftsxxmd tlittt and Commercial avenue, Cairo,
iiwoan
UOINO HOSTM.
Lmti Cairo lOiiSA.M.
" MuniliTtlwro 'Jiiil'.M.
Arrive Ktst St. Loull C:M
ooinu loent.
vi si. i.nuli k::v)A.M.
AttItc Murnhribora U::l'. M. 1
iMit Mwiihriboro l:V
lrriTtCiro :)
Connectiiiit at St. I-fluts wllh 11 train! Wt at
milSoriii. J. La. JIIMUKLKV. supi.
J. A. WEOT, Utuvrai raewnarr aiwii.
CAIRO & VIlfCENNES R. R.
-HSIlVltlN-
CAIRO, KVANSVILLE, INDIAN
APOLIB. CINCINNATI
and LOUIS VTLLE.
FOtTRTEEN ROTJSS SAOB WAY,
AND ALL OATZ.IOHT HON 3.
IKOIAMlrOLH AND CIliClXNATl KXVItHl,
Lmtm Cairo m. i:W . m
ArrlrM at Crml........... "
ArriTMatVlnGcnne U:15 "
VIA ST. LOCH AND ROL'IlUASIin.'f 11AILIIOAD.
ArrlTt! at Evansvllle 4:M p.m.
VIA I!DlAXAr0Ll AND Y1KCVKMK5 RAILKOAD.
AnlmfttlndlanapolU. 4:30 i, ra.
VIA OHIO AND MlMlSBim HAIL1IOAD.
ArrlTMkt North Vernon f- :4r, n.ru.
ArrlTts at Cincinnati. - J ;i
Arrlri! at LouliTllle 7:15
CAtaoaxrusss.
Lcarcs htdianapolfi K.-.'lo a.in.
Lmtm CiadoanU :S'
r,u tA(uiiTlHe....... 7:o "
ArriTcs at Vlncnuau J;0 p.m.
Lmti Vioecnnea ... '.':'.! '
Lutu Eranirillc 11:10 a.m.
Arriw a! Ciutni m ... 4:43 p.m.
ArritM at Ca4to - U:30 "
tlakinx doae connection to and from all
pomu Kait and Norlb, at Indlanapolia and Cin
sanati, and to and from uU iolnU South and
Weft of Cairo by rail and rrer.
MOCXD CtTr ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation nun Wnl
nwdar and iiaturdax.
Ubtm Cairo . 12:Jiand S-.Wp m.
UTi Monnd Citj 1 :15un4 :.: Hi li. in.
. . OOODBIOH, a. L.
Uo TiokttAs't.
Ument t
nup'i
t3For information relative to tmtea and con-
ntci
KUoni, apply to
.lAMK-i MALI.OIIY.
71 Ohio Uvea.
EvansvHIe, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
FOR-1
Faducah, Shawnee town, Evans
Title, Louiaville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled ude-whfcl ulwimtr
IDLE WILD,
D. O Fowlib Mailer
Ld. K. Tuoma! Clerk,
Will leare KTaniTille for Cairo every MONDAY
ana muusuAi ai o cioca i). m.
Lmvea Cairo tTery TUESDAY and FltlDAY.al
0 o'clock p. m.,
The elefaat aide-wheel atetuuer
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Rex Howard Master,
Waltu 1), l'lN.Nisiiio.w....... CUrk,
Will leave Evamvllle for Cairo every TUE3
DAY and fuiday at 4 o'clock p. in.
Will leave Cairo every lVEDNESDAYandSAT
L'itlMY at 6 o'clock p. in.
The elffant aide-wheel ateamer
FAT. CLEBURNE,
Johk Gorr...
Mat. WlLLiAMi..........
LtaTM EtaiutUle fur Cairo everv
.....Uiulrr
Clerk.
WKDSES-
UAI U9DAIUKAUI at O p. Ill
Leave Cairo CTery THL'llsDAY uud SUNDAY
at 0 p. hi
Each boat makeacloae couuectiou at Cairo
with flr it-clan j ateaaerafor ht. I-oul, Xlnn-
SbliasdNew Orleani. and at ETauivllle with
ieE.AC.lt.lt for all polnti North and Earn,
ad with the IuUviile Mail Stemmera fokall
point on the Uiir Ohio, rlvinK thrnuxh i-
ucipva on ireisnia
tributATT.
and paiarofcr to all point!
1 1 For further information apply to
SOL. MLVEK, Vaatei
I'aaienKtr Agent.
HAI.LIDAY nilOS.,
Axtnti.
Or to
U J. UKAM
en.
Suiterlnlendtnt and General Freicht Ageat.
l--ly. Evanavillaliia-iaua.
t T" I
. O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
raoir, TIN
AMD
Slate Roofers,
0lInd OutUriOK a Bpecialty.
f UU BootUnc a Soocialty in
aj part of Southern nilnou.
Ligfttatiag 9f4" Pumps, Itovet
M -Am ware.
aTeMtag Freptly Dea.
.M-TlT.
PARAIRAPHS.
Mtn who fish for coutpllraeriti do;t
how dirty the water li.
Discretion In sfttech li more thin el
oquence. .Bacon. 3W
Who pHrsoMlr eheuU iiliKfrlrnd
would cheat hU God. Latater. .
Dishonesty ti forrakln? perinsneiit
temporary adTantaffes. X ....
Youn men should aim liljrh lii'tlil1
but not too high If they dwlre to lilt
anything.
Men would not live long in society
were they not the mutual dupes of each
other. Rochefoucauld.
Mean spirit" under disappointment,
like small beer iu a thunder-storm, al
ways turn sour. Randolph,
Contentment is better than rlchrs.
but most people would as soon be a little
discontented for the sake ot beliif rich.
We sometimes meet an original gen
tleman, who, If manners had not ex
isted, would have invented them. Em-tnoH.
Love is not a lire which can be con
fined within the breast ; everything be
trays us, the tolce, the, eyes ; and Its Urea
imperfectly covered only burst out tlie
more. Racmc.
A happiness that li undisturbed be
comes tiresome : we must have upg and
downs ; the difficulties which are mingled
with lore awaken passion and increase
pleasure. Moliere.
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Prices to tuit the Times.
Wholeiale FiRurea, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart ft Gholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COKKEROIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HATS, Itnnntts, Flowers, , Ijian, RIMjob,
Nilkn, VflvMn, TIm, HurhlnRs, Comets,
KlilGloTfs, lloilery, WoretHs.
Also the "Uillt'j' l)m lurumi'
oo:
IT.
And all the new atylrsof trimming .Silks
for
spring ami summer.
CfTheoe soikIs will lie ld at Tcry low Og
nrca. for CASH and CASH ONLY. l-ll-2Utf
BOBBINS'
CAIBO' HiU
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL HEBCHAKDI8K OF
ZVEBY DESCHIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowledged by all good Musicians t W the
oesi runo now maue.
?THX GBXAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over 100 during
incite, years past, uecomiog more anu more
popular every uay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very One Instrument, adapted to lnitru
mental as weH a vocal music.
A I.Ii T1IK AnOVK AllE OFFERKn ON
xl Kasy Monthly Payments, at low tigurei
cgaruiess oi Aiiai rnces.
SHEET MySIO
In great variety, Including all the new
and popular music of the day.
Order from the Country
promptly filled aud sent
by mail,
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS. CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FltENCU HAIU'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
rutrJibed to Order.
TSIH08 FOB VI0USI, SOITABI, EIC.
Ot Uie Bait Quality.
Clinical Studies and Exerciaei
Of all gradei for 1'lano or Voice.
rfS!i,?JV!7u,c??P,,0".of Muilcal iler.
2tri! iiI2uK?1 10 or,,cr' promptly and
M prleei lower than ever offered before.
GENCY ALSO or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
Lilt of these beautiful Kroupei"
All 6M4U WarraiU a B(rMnU4.
Addreaa,
ROIIINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo. Xllinoie.
KESORZPTIOV TKEE.
y0? PyairajofiRealiii Waaaaeas,
&Mr?3ft&M ". A.y DhnSW
Aaiir"
E, HILTQK A CO
CtocUwaU, O
mm BraR
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
I4V
Oity-"NationtffBank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL A -
V Ai
i 1100,000
r- 1- ?i;
.in"
5
ft y
orricim,
W. P. UALMUAY, Prwldfnt.
UENItV L. HAUJDAY, Vlcefrest.
A. B. 8AfURD, CUilr
WAf.TCT UrsLUf. All'l t'Mhltr.
tumcToas
Sri at Tatujr, K. H. ffraxmoiiAM,
I, If alliday, W. IV Hallway,
l. Wiluajhoic. flririttn. mo,
A D. SArroRb
Xxetenge, Coin and United Statoa
m onaa iiougnt ana ooia.
"pKPOSIT9 rfctlTtd nj a g tnml banking
uwiiini uvia(
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
OHARTERED MAKOH 81. 188t
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
owics;
A. D. 8AKFOHD, fniMmt.
8. S. TAYI)K, Vice PrwIiUirt.
W. 1IYSLU1', htc'y aaiairtwurw.
DUUCTOM!
t. Baxclay, Chas. Qalioubr,
. BTOCirLtTII, l'ACL G. Scniu,
. C'CXSINGUAW, II I,. HaXUAT,
J. 11. 1'lULLIM.
INTEREST paid on depoiita at the rate of six
percent, tier annum. March lit and Hantem-
btr lat. Interant not withdrawn Is aldnl liwne
diataty to the principal of I lie drpoeiti, thrrriiy
Kiviiis mem compound uiicrrii
Married Women and Children may
xjepout iQoney ana no one
elso can draw it.
Open every IxiMnetailav froiuS.i in. to 3 ii.m
and ovtunlay ertnlnai for savings deKMits only
iroiu u to o o cioca.
W. HYSLOP, Traaaurer.
tltni. IrrMent.
, Nell, Vice Pres't.
II Well. Cashier.
T. J. Kerlh, Asit Cail.'r
mm rnn mi,
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
CAIRO, XXjTjJS.
DIHKCTOltS:
F. llriKs, Cairo. Win. Kluge, Cairo.
i-. .-eu, cairo. "in none, i.alio.
A. Sutanka, Cairo. It.L. BIIIinKiley,M. Iui.
K. Iliuler, Calm. II. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. Ilrinkmait, M. Louis.
A Ueaeial Kaaklaic ilnalHean Done.
, ElTEzchangeaoldandliought. Interest paid
in the Savings Departus at. Collection made,
and all business promptly attended to.
WACIONN.
The Gamble Wagon
O, XXjXjXPJOXC.
M.VNUKACTUIIKH BY
JOHN P. GAMBLE..
THZ SZIT and CSXArXST WAOOlf If AX
OrACTUUD.
KANUFA.CTOBY. OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Pourth Street
Awarded the Hlirheat Medal at Vienna
LILT. UT17 & CO.,
681 Broadway, Now York.
(Opi. Metropolitan Hotel.)
Manufacturers, Importers Sc fDealera in
CHBOMOS AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
ALIIUMS, aRAPIIOSCOPKSuud SUITAIH.K
VIKWS.
Fhotoeraphic
Matril.
Wt are lleadiuartf r for crery thing In the way of
mi m tijit LtnUrni
llehiE MaiiufucturtTs of the
Micro-Scientific Lantern,
StereoFanoptioon,
Unirereity Stereoptioon,
Advertieer'e Steroopticon,
Artoptioon,
C1IUUL, I.ANTKRN, FAMILY LANTERN,
Kicb htj c U-ing
the best
market-
of Us elan in the
Catolotucsof lanterns and Slides will, ill.
rectlons for ujIiii tent on apiillcatiun,
Any enterprising aaaa can make money uilha
Mafic Lantern,
CCuJjOut this advertisement lor referenc.-C3
JACOB WAXTEK,
BUTCHER
A.VI
Dealer m Freih Meats
XICHTH TEZT,
KEKPA for sal tb bail Hce. Park, Mutton
.Vnl KmD.tauMaTa.. and ii pr
part-l tt en fsmllh-s to an acceptaWi aiianrr
vvjaHBsSanflBQaBaTA
CAIRO,
XXaXjXBJ-OXS.
The Trustees of the Cairo City
Property tlelre to call pnMIr attention
to tlie merit of their property, coinptis-
Ing a considerable portion of tli City of
Cairo. In Alexander County. In the State
of Illinois, mill land, lranieillnti-lr ndju-
ccnt thereto.
Thi- eltv. at It well known, la situated at
tho confluenco of the Ohio and Mlstlsslppt
rivet?, at tbe head ol uulnteruptcd naviga
tion on tho MiMiiuppi, oe-ing ueiow oo
itructlons by Ice In the winter and low
water in cummer, and thus hai a clear and
open river communication at all times over
the Mlsilsslcnl and its tributaries, with all
the country soutn, to ine uuii oi aiexico
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo baa also the
same character ol communication with all
the country north over the streams flowing
uy it, wnen inose sireama are not lunavi
gauie uy leabon oi ire or low water.
Before the era of llallroadi, Cairo had i
mmmmndirjL-noslllon as a centre of com
raerce aud navigation. This importance ol
nosttion she Mill possesses, but lias now the
addltloaal advantage or being a great rail
road centre, a nuuiber ot the most Import
ant railroads In the Valley ot the Mississippi
converging to nnd having their termini
there. .Among these, coming from the north
we the grcut Illinois central juwroau,
nliloli traverse the entire Mate of Illinois
Iromliu extreme northern and north-eastern
to its southern limtu, and by its connections
nstends into all the treat northwestern
grain produciug Statci ; tbe Cairo and Vin
cennes, extendlni? from Cairo to the City of
Vincounei, in the State of Indiana, where
its connections afford direct railroad com
munications u 1th all Kattcrn cities: and
the Cairo A .St. I.ouis Railroad, aflordliiK a
dirsct railroad cummunleation with the
City ol hi. Louis and all thu railroads t en
tering there, 'i'he roads comlni; Irom tho
.South are the New Orleans. Jackson and
Great Northern and the Moliilo and Ohio
Railroads, which give direct railroad com
munication with the cities ol Mobile and
New Orleans, ami other Southern Atlantic
sea ports, and by coniiactlug roads with all
the country south of Cairo ; and earning
Irom the southwest I tlie Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas ltallro.nl, which allords similar
communication with Southern Mifsourl,
Arkansas aud Texas and the principal cit
ies of thu.-e States, 'i'liia last-named road
will fiive, alio, direct connection with thu
Texas and l'acitic Itoadwucn It la comple
ted, thus giving direct communication wllh
the principal ports ot tho Pacific Ocean
These railroads, terminating at Cairo, are
now all completed and in successful opera
tion, those iu Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ot each ol the rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating at their conflu
ence, thus encircling the city. The Holly
Springs, Brownsville and Ohio Kiver Kail-
roau, anu ton Cairo ami Tennessee Kiver
Itailroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, arc in course of construction and will
loonlie completed, and other railroads both
in lmnoisanuin states souin or me umo
river, which will a'. Urminate at Cairo,
are projected, ami arrangements made to
lillllrt tfiom Thu pnnstrUCtlon Of lllCSe
will greatly increase the r Allroad communl-
cations ot cairo.
Its central location In the gro.-t Vulley of
the Mississippi, and the great wealth ofrivir
and raliroad communication, gives to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as a uoinmereial
point, as it affords to her eay and cheap ac
cess to all the drain producing district ol
tho North and West, and similar access to all
the agricultural produce consumers of the
South, thus presenting the best location in
the West lor an interchange or the respect
ive northern ami southern commodities and
productions.
A a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo ia not less important. The crude
materials of ever description, which con
stitute tho elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every 6lde, Iron ore, coal,
ofsuporlor quality, and timber of every
character, more than others, being easily
and cheaply accculble. and the rich ami.
'cultural region of the Immediate neighbor-
nooo, an wen ai tnc more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
furnish aupplicaof the necessaries of life in
such abundance as to render living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured arti
cle! are produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by river and rail arc not
equalled.
Cairo has a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population of about 12,000 has
a superior system of public ichools, which,
witliotbere conducted by private enter-
prise, anora unmrpisseu educational ad
vantages Is pressed of well-established
enurencs 01 nearly every ueuomlnatlon
baa tiublio and nmate buildlnvs of a sune
rlor character has a climate, which for sa
Itibrityandhealthliilinflucncea cannot be
aurpasseu nas a well-regulated aud cf.
ucient municipal organization, Its Greets
iigiucu witn gas, and other metropolitan ad
vantages, which make it highly desirable
anu iu reality not to be excelled as a
of permanent residence.
place
Lots and land In Cairo are now offered at
very low prices, ailordlng favorable oppor
tunities to purchase, aud the owners pro
lent tbe location to tho public ai offering
unrivaled advantage for tbe successful es
tablishment ol commercial or manufactur
ing enterprises, and tho best locality in the
country for profitable Investment of capital.
B. Staats Taylor,
Edwin Pardons,
Trustee!!, etc.
Cairo, III., May lit, 1874.
D-ltMf
NKW AltVKnTlNEHKMTfl.
1,200,
DOG
Acres
ni LAIDS.
No Grasshoppers, NoDrought
The Alliintlc and IMcllle Itailroad offer for
sale, on lomt Hint- and low prices, splendid
rarmlng land" In Sotithwetrrn Mlxouri. which
posei nil the ipiiiilrenienU ofgoiHl and healthy
cllmalr, plenty oi limlieraiid pure water, long
and cool Btimnirrs. and short ami mild winters
Free traniirtatlon Irom tit. l.ouU fur land
Inn era.
Cliculan. conlnliilnu msnnnil'iriiiilet. trrr in
anr nddren. irtiuual maps, showing lands
sold Mini tinfild cents. Aildrrss
A I.. DKANh, Land Commissioner,
South Fourth Slrret, St Kouli, Mo.
C AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
ENTENNIAL
HISTORY f the U.S.
The great Interest III the Ihtllllni lilstorrnf
uui i-uumry maaes mis me issiesi selling ioik
everpulilisheil. ltronluinsover4(il llnelilstoil
-i engiuvinffs niul Wi imi-es w i a m nr..
count of the approaching gland Cenlrnnial re le-
nraiinn. .-eu.i lor n lull ili'icrll)tlon
nml evtrit
terms to Agents NATIONAL
ruiii.iiii.Mi
iaj., Liiicaiiii ami ht. ixuiU.
Haclny at
Ma niul trims
Iioinc.
fiee.
Agents wanlril
Outfit
THL'K
A CO., Auguita,
Maine.
$300:.
month to energetic men ami wo
men everywhere. Ilusluess honor
all e. KXCKLStnit U'K'i: i ni
rANY, 151 Michigan avenue. Chicago.
Frasoription Tvmo
for the s iceily cure of special troubles common
u, hit joung noii inuiuir-njreii .nervous, men
tal nnd physical depression, loss ofmrmory and
energy, pains In the back, setf-dlstrutt, diz
ziness, dimness of sight, confusion ofiitras,aud
other disorders of the nervous system consiiurnt
on various habits that lower the vitality ofthc
sif-in . Any ilruggltliai the lngirlieiits
Addrrxs 1)1!. I:. II IIII.TO.V,
Cincinnati, O
WANTED!
Aaents fur the
best selling Prize
Package in Ihe
world. It contain
t X sheets tiniier. 1A
cnvloi, gold pen, lien hoMar, pencil 'iwtent
yam iiieaurt ano a piece oi jew eiry. singii
package, with elegant prize, xt-pui., 25 cents
t.nciuur irr iiituir; ,x i.u,,
Ilroadwny, N. V.
$77
A WIIEK nisniiitr,! In male and
ii'tunie aitents lu llieir locality
t'otts nothinK to try it Particulars
free r O VILKKIIV A CO ,
Augusta, Me
mil m im $5,000
In 90 Days in A 1 Stocks,
My System is Safe, Honorable & Simple
ImiiiliU't Kent f're to All.
W II. WKKK, Hunker, 1H llroadwav. X. V
Mocks bolUllt utlll rulllHtllie .V. V. Xnrlr I
eiiaxe.
SkU tn ftQAlrilaytlioiiii-. Pninplo worth
!? r1 '- ,ln,,,n toinpany,
l'ortlitnd. . Maine.
MINI! ItKADINC,
I'l.VA'IIU.N, houl
')YC lOJIANt V. KAS
houl L'll.irillinir. MMmrrUm
aim .iiarriujre t.ume, Hkjwiiik liow either sex
liuyisscinuieanUKuili the low ana affection o
any ri-on uiey cnoouc lusiantiy 40) iiaKes
uy man terns. Hunt ,tUo J.TJ 7iliM
i-iiiia.
6000;
AGKNTS wanted tn sell
six new inventions, recen
nn'i oi Krriii itiiuv 10 eerr
oonr. itrrai uronin i
aenis. r.riiu.M.M lii:ow., ixi"rll,M5!
livi-dAw4w.
'A Kepoallory or ratal! lun.
anil luatrnctlau."
Plenanre
HARPER'S BAZAR.
Jlliut rated.
NOTICED OK T1IK 1'HESS.
Thellazaris edited with a contribution
oft.tct and talent that wo seldom find inanv
Journal; and the journal Itself is the organ
oi me great worm oi lasuion. Huston 1 lav
eler.
The llsz.tr commends Itself to every mem
her of the household to Ihe children by
uron anu preuy pictures, to tnc young
dies by Its tashloa-plate In endless variety,
to the provident mutton by its patterns lor
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inill directions are given on the wrapper to
..... ... I . . . . I ... v.ii I, I.. -.1m
ml II UWA, ,IUT IU UB llirill ill. It r J . nrr
and for the follow lug complaints, uiih.ii tne-4
i'f rapidly euro:
ror avyaiirpaiia or saniriiiiin.
Iraaaraa, Ltsnaruor, and J.uss of
tllt, Uiey should tu taken inuilrrnlely lo
stlinnlatcthe stomach, aud restore Its healthy
fnnp and nrtlnn.
ror Utr f'nmplstiwt ami us various
Tin)UUIU9, aBVH..M -
i(at4aclar, Jisanmcr orlMrmai Nlrli
hm. Hlllaiaa C:llc and Mllloue
vers, they should be Juillclouly taken for
each case, to corrert thu dlenvd nctlou, or
remove the olmtnictlons whlcli c.1lle It.
For Dyamtrry or Itiarrhuru, but one
mild dose Is gcncrully required.
For Hhrumalliiu, 49ont, CIravrl,
PMlaltatllaai ot tUr llriarl, Iialn In
Ik Slcle, Marti, aud I.alaa. they tlinuld
bo conllnuously taken, ns rcipilrcd, l rhangn
the diseased action ofthc system. With such
chinge thoso complnints itoappear.
For Dropsy uud I!roslrut Nwell
ih. ihpv slioulil lie t.iVrn in Lime aud In"
quent dotes to produce tho effect of a ilraitlc
puree. . , ....
For f!iraaloii, r larpci1oe should be
taken, ns it produces the Uceliud effect by
As a IHniirr Ml, take one or two VUlt to
promote dlgvstiim.aiid iclleve the stomach.
An occaiional dote itlniulates the stouiarli
ml limicl.. restores tho niinetite. and Invigor
ates the s ytem. Ilcnce it is olli-u adranta-
Lvniia where no sei cms dpranaeinenl exlt.
One who feels tolerably well, c.lten Amis that
a dote or tliec J'lffs maVe'i him reel decid
edly bfttrr, from their cleaning and reno
vating effect on me digestive nppiiratus.
flti.PAUKn nr
Or. J. C. AYEB & CO., Fractlcal Chemists,
.oir:,,. .v.i.s.s., v. s. .i.
run sAi.n ii v At. i. nut uiiHi i.vi..iviitur.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
ver, Chill Fever, Bemlttent 1'over,
Dumb Aue, Periodioai or Ullioua Fe-
THI .UU U1UUW HI U.D OUAOUUUUII
which arise from malarious, marali, or
aniaamann poiaoiis.
srsav N on remedy Is louiki
fffl called fur by the necessities
tSajr g of tlie Amcricin people tlinii
r i " tute and safe line for
oaBaw I'ficr anil .tsrao1. Such
M wc arc nnu'tnableil to wlter,
ith i perfect certainty that
It will eradicate the disease, ami ullli .-tour-ance,
foundctl on proof, that no lunu en
arise from Its use in any mmntlty.
That which protect from or urcvcnts tins
disorder must be of hum cum service In the
communities where It prevails. VttrtuU i
is better than cure; for Hie patient c -niie s Hi
risk which he must run In violent attack of
this baleful distemper. This " C I'm. epe'
the miasmatic poison of li r r aail .kcjiir
from tho system, and prevents tin- derelo: .
aient of tlie dUeae, if taken mi the l!r t
approach of Its premonitory rymitoin. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittent Is, that It rontalns
no Oilalne or lelneral; ron.emirntlj-It iu.
duces no quinism or other Injurious eOerls
winterer upon the constitution. Tlioc cuied
by It are left as healthy n If tliry had never
una the iiuease.
Furr aail Anr Is not alone the cm.
seiuencc or the miasmatic pounn. A Kre.it
variety of disorders arise from Its initiition,
among which are Xrarulsrlis, Ilhruitsii.
tlssa, Cant, llruitaclSf., Illliiilnrs,
Toalkaclar. Earache, CulMrrh, ,oth-
sa, Palpitation, Palaful AAVi-iion
of the NproD,Ilyalsrlca, Iuln la Ihr
Bowrla, Cullc. ParulyaU. and deraiisc
inert of the stomach, nil of nhlch, nln-n
orixlnating in IhW cause, put on the luti-r-
mlttent type, or become periodical. This
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and consequently cures them all alike. It is
an invaluable protection to liiimlTrnnti and
persons travelling or temporarily residing in
tho malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or dally while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted ftom the system, and
cannot arcumulatc In suniclent quantny to
ripen Into disease. Hence it Is ft en morn
valuable for protection than cure; nnd few
will ever differ from Intermittent If they
avail themselves or the protection this rein,
edy affords.
For Urr Complaints, arising fiom torpid
ity of the Liver, It Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the I.lrer Into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fall.
i rRtPAnrn nr
Dr. J. O. ATKH K CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical ChrmUtu,
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