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Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, XntermitteTt
Fever, Chill Fever, Bemittent Fever,
Dumb Aue, Fetiodicai or Bilious Fever,
&c, and indeed all the affections which
ariee from malarious, marsh, or mia.
xnatio poise ns. i
Tbi is a eomponnd remedy, prepared with
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a remedy the nectaalilea cf the people U malari
ous dlatiict dmand. Iu irre&t enperiorlty over
any other madid ne yet diaeovercd for tb cur
cf Intermittento is, that It eontaina no quinine or
mineral, and those who taio it are free from
danger of qnhilsm or any injurious effects, and
arc as bealtby after using It as before. It baa
been extensively employed during the last thirty
years in the treatment cf tbeae distreaalcg dla
iirdera, and so unvarying Laa ben lta saeceaa
that It bas gained the reputation of being infalli
ble. It can, be eafcly recommended aa a sura
remedy and specific for tba Fever sad Ague of
the West, and tba Chill and Fever of tbo
Houtb, which, once broke up by it, do tot
return until the disease is again contracted.
The great variety ef disorders which arise
from the Irritation cf tbi poison, such a Hen.
Kia, Rheumatism, Uent, Headache,
Blindiieaa. TortH.li. r.vu.k..
tarrh, Asthma, Palptuttoa, Splenic
AtTectlons, llyartee Pain la th Bow
-, a.aM.M, t
the atomarh, all of which become Intermittent
or periodical, have no speedier remedy than
Avui'e Ante (Jibe, which enrea Urnta all alike,
ao vtoum u ayaum from future attacks. Aa
a preventive, it Is of immense service In those
communities wbere fever and Ague prevails,
a it stays the development of the uaeaae if taken
on the first approach of the premonitory symp
toms. Traveller and temporary r-idents are
tliua enabled to defy those disorders, and few
will ever suffer If they avail themselves cf tb
protection this remedy affurds.
For Liver Complaint, arising from
torpidity, it is an eicjUleut remedy ; It stimulate
tni organ Into healthy activity, n4 producea
Saany remarkable euree wbr other tuedlcuica
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical a ad Analytical Chemist,
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AO'lrraa. It t- a it. , m a atlU K',.,iia V.tth ....a
The l ime can be healed and thn wounded
made whole. We now know just what the
Centaur Liniment' will do. They w III not
mend broken bone or euro Cancer, but
they will extract soreness, allay ptiio, cure
UlK'Umutixiu and a larger range ol flesh,
bone and muscle ailment than any nrtlclo
ever before discovered.
Stlentilli! skill cnunot pt beyond the t
foots of l!ieu rem irkable lreparation
Ciii'.osic Uhxi'Matism of many years
standintr. Neursli;U, VVeak-Hark, r'ever
Mores, VepiliC-?tlni'Wis, Sciatica, Cakod
Hreats. Distorted Joints aud Sprianed
l.imhs ofthe worst kind are cured by the
White Centaur Liniment.
It w ill destroy thu pain and heal without
a tear all ordinary IS'.trns and Scald.. It
will exlraet the poison of Bites ami Stincs,
and Ihe Irost from Kroen i.itnbs. His
very eflieaeioiis for Ear-ai he, Tooth-ache,
Itcli and Ctifjiieoii" Knipllons.
Mr. Josi.ih Westlake, ol Maryf.Tille, O.,
"For years tay Hheuniatisiu bas hcen so
that 1 llave been unable to stir from the
house. The first three bottles or Centaur
Liniment enabled uie to walk without my
crutches I am mendine rapidly. 1 think
your Liniment simjily a marvel."
C. 11. Uennett, Uruggist, Kock Trairie,
"Centaur Ltniaient sells better and gives
the best satisfaction of anything in the
What the Centaur Liniment bas done for
others it will do for you. It is reliable, and
it is cheap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is worth its weight lu gold to owners ot
horses and mults.
This L nlmcnt haa cured tuorc Sprained,
Sweenled, Uing-boted and t.alled liorscs m
three years than have all the Farriers in the
country in an age. Its e fleets are simply
We have thousands upon thousands of
certificates as strong as the tallowing :
'lly horse was lame for a year with a let
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure and I considered him worthless tin
tit 1 commenced to use Centaur Liuinieiit,
which ranidly cured bfm. I heartily re :om-
tuend it. "ItS.V. OEO. W. KklllRH.
Manorville, Schoharie Co., H. Y."
"Dear Sir I Ii.ivh napil lnnr I 't'rttaiip
Liniment in my family, and find it to be ol
great value, rlease send me two dollars'
worth, one for the mules and horses.
"Falls Station, Wyoming Co., Pa.
ii uijKt, trj luuu uiucreuce nun ins
cae is, whether It be Wrench, Sprain, roll
Evils Kingbone, Hcratche or Lamenes oi
any kind, the effects are the same. IJverr
men, Stage proprietor. Fanner, Ac, should
never be without the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment. It is sold everywhere, and warrant
ed iH its e fleets.
Laboratory of 3. B. KOK A CO.,
ati Uav ST.. ' i'OKK.
Oast or ia.
It is a mistake to suppose that Casforia is
not adapted to thrown persons aa well as
Children. Tbey osly need to increase the
quantity. But thl.oren have so many com
plainu for w hich l a tori a is adapted like
Wind Colie, Sour Stomach, Wonus, Tetter,
Teething and Croup, that it is especially
recommended for the in.
Its effects are more certain than Cartok
Oil. It contains no alchohol and is as pleas
ant to take as honey. It never gripes, liy
regulating the stomach and bow eis the Cas
toria cools the blood, expels worms and
prevents fevcrishnes, rju lets the nerve and
produces health then of course children
can sleep in quiet and mothers can re.t.
Castoria is recommended by all physicians
anl nur-es who have tried it, and it is hav
ing a rapidly increasing sale, it is prepared
with great care alter the recipe of ir. Sam
uel 1'iicber, of Masa., at the Laboratory ol
J. 11. ltose & Co.. 41 Uey York.
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