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OALEXAKDKB I.ODGI, NO. 4.
lntepmteut Onto of Odd-lW-ttuff-sMtierca.
In tbdr Wl on
Oommereul aTnue,wn Sixth an) ft"""!
AASd Kwftn rert, on the aaoond and
MVU MODUAT OI MM niuuui
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
. , dow Shade, &o.
alw aya ob hud, tie eeUbrated tUuroinati
Corner BUronth Stroot and WaaLl
ton A venn
Ssxatoks Blaix and Dorsey, and ex
teoretary of the navy Robeson will visit
LoaU and the Hot Springs uda week.
The California legislature in joint tt
lion, on Wednesday, elected J. T. Far
ly, Democrat, (or United States senator
to lucoeed Sargent, Radical.
Ti president on Wednesday signed a
pardon for John A. Joyce, of St. Louis
whisky ring notoriety, who haa been con"
fined in the Missouri penitentiary lor the
last eighteen' months. The pardon is
full and unconditional.
Tn war news is both interesting and
xcltlnc. Russian successes hare aroused
the British lion, who growls lurlomly.
The English parliament has been sum"
moned, and there is unusual actirlty in
all the nayy yards. All this may not
mean a great deal, yet It looks as It
England Intended to take a hand in the
St. Imis Republican gays : "Dispatches
received at Lieut. Gen. Sheridan's head
quarters late last night from Capt. Clair,
woo li in command at Fort Biles, report
that the Texas langers at San Ellzarlo
surrendered yesterday morning. Judge
Howard, agent tor the salt mines, and
Atkinson and ilcBrlde, rangers, were
shot, and the rest of tbe rangers disarm
ed and liberated. The rangers are now
at Fort Bliss, opposite 1 Fuio, Mexico,
and the mob has dispersed. No help
was given the mob from the Mexican
side ot the river. The mob was compo
sed entirely ot natlye-born citizens ot
Texas." . .
Tra Episcopal conrenlion for this the
Springfield diocese, in session in the city
of Springfield on Wednesday last, elected
Key. r, George F, Seymour to be bish
op of the new diocese. Dr. Seymour is
dean of the Theological seminary of New
VorU, and one who knows him well
gives the" following dfserlpUon ot him:
."Ue la short, and at first sight not
especially attractive in appearance,
though graceful and easy la bis move
ments, lie has Invariably won the warm
attachment of those with whom hu hps
had personal dealings. Ibe younger
clergy and students have found him very
sympathetic, cordial and helpful, and al
ways just, and bare loved him accord
ingly. , As rector ot St. John's, Brook
lyn, then alarge and powerful church, he
was universally beloved by bis parish,
loners, and admired for his social quails
ties. He entertains delightfully in his
own house, and has wise, generous ideas
of a bishop's duty in hospitality. In so
ciety he is dignified, eheerful and ready
to adapt himself to others. He Is deci
dedly tolerant and much more conserva
tive In bis views than is generally
' thought. As one of bis students, I can
bear testimony that he frequently disap-
?Xto&teDtr the mod-
r. After the ejection ot bishop the con--en
Hon adjourned till May next; when
- Um first annual convention of the diocese
: A Vf aiHnfOTOJf special to the St. Louis
ui&ui!tcart savs; "Cant Eadi win mt
r with a disappointment on bis arrival here
Saturday. A telegram has been received
from him saying be would be In St Louia
- Thursday morning, and leave there tbat
. ereauf lor nasuington with the certiii
! cat of Um Inspecting engineer In bis pos
- aaailon, showing tbat be bad earned bis
h aeeond payment or 1500,000. The sccre
r tary ot war to-day Informed your corres
,; pendent that be would not make out the
warrant on the secretary of the treasury
t.'oa too receipt ol the report ot Capt
wao statlonei at the JetUes.
Ha said be would follow the law and first
v send a Vrd of army engineers to the
.wkA and await their confirmation of
Cat. Brown's wport1 before he would
f ttaks the reqtisluo on the secretary of
'tteteMory, Thla la ut wu done on
01 tn Pm. but Capt.
Xtdi aJ in fxtonds have, tPD,
cblAzeiatha maniuroi m.vi..ih...
. T opto, thlt on the cer.
-a Bajoipeeuoi aaglneers, the Mere-
" "" u warrant for
orn wAintsaiox iztxcn.
VCIB SAM'S Bia FARM ASD DIMENSION'S
WOBTH riFTT FOUR TIIOUSASD MILLIONS
OF DOLLABS ANNUAL rRODL'CTS
KISDI OF THK WEST AND SOUTH-HOW
TO HILF THE SOUTHWEST VEER TRADE
Washington, Dec., 16th, 1S77 : Last
night I amused myseli with Dickens
'HardTimes,"a subject quite appropriate
just now, and waked up this morning
with a terribly grauugnnaisu reeling,
and hearing the cry of "facts, gentlemun,
more tacts." Therefore I went at ouco
to the bureau of statistics, thenco to my
good friend, Col. Dodge, the sta tistlclan
of the agricultural department, thence to
document rooms at the capital mid came
home loaded down with fifty pounds of
solid fact and figures. Don't think for
a momeut that I am going to inflict this
great burden upon your readers. My
only purpose Is to select a lew ot the
leading and most Important points such
as should teach us wholesome lessons In
the present condition of the worlds re
public BIZE OP TAB NATIONAL HOMESTEAD.
Leaving out Alaska, fit only forbears,
seals and savages, the thirty-eight States
and ten territories of tho United States
6r"ri62ff,4W,000 acres." No similar area
In the world has so much fertile soil,
snch excellent climate characteristics, or
is capable of such varied and valuable
productions. The ten Eastern and Mid
dle States cover an area of 171.77S square
miles, or a little more than one-twentieth
of the whole territory, and about two
thirds of the area occupied by the single
State of Texas. Until recently the ten
Eastern and Middle States preponderated
over all the other States and territories,
both in population and wealth. But
"Westward the eourse of empire takes
its way," and this condition ot things H
now reversed. The West and the South-,
west together now iold tho larger pliare,
net only of population, but ol political
power and actual wealth,
AGGREGATE WEALTH OF THE COUNTRY.
Taking the value given to tbe real and
personal estate of the country by t!ys
census ol 1870, and allowing for the same
progress as was made during the war de
cade, lroml SCO to ISO, the property .(
the people of the United States at this
lime, excluding government property,
amounts to the enormous and incompre
hensible sum ot fifty-four thousand mil
lions of dollars.
Ia estimating :he amounts of products
of tbe country, I hare consulted the carefully-prepared
itatistlcs of the agricul
tural department, and when these were
wanting, have depended upon other
equally reliable sources ot Information.
These estimates are lor tbo year 1876.
According to these, tbe natural and art
products of tin country for 1S7J ware as
Frm products, including vtry n
riety Itaowa to ike I'd I led ante tl,tft.M,M
Kishenei 12 CrJ6,6rt
Of this vast amount of annual products
tbe eastern and middle states are entitled
to nearly three fifths of tho manutactures
while the other states and territories
should be credited with a still larger pro
portion of the products of tbe mine.
TUB MORAL OF THESE FIGURES
Is that the nation has wealth enough to
ensure the par value of twice the present
amount of circulation, and that such
increase is absolutely needed to restore
prosperity to the languishing Induitries
of the country. Amongst these resour
ces of the United States are the imtneuse
sliver mines of the southwest, a portion
of whose products turned into coin mid
made a legal tpnder for all dbts, would
place tho debtor class on a levl with the
creditor, and without any lnj". ':' to the
latter, allow the former a chMtcc to res
cover lrora the evils inflicted by tho ru
inous policy of the last few years.
KEKDa or TD.K WEST AND S0C1II.
The South and the West l i'er, cm-
bracing the territory from t tie eastern
boundry of Ohio and Maryland to the
western coatt of California, and ftom the
fortieth parallel down to the mouth ol
the Rio Grande, comprise about two
thirds of the territory ot the United
States, and constitute tbe grandest em
pire of industry in the world. Their ca
pacity lor production is almost limitless,
and embraces not only every variety ol
farm products, with cotton, sugar and
rice added, but such stores ol mineral
wealth as have hitherto been unknown
to the civilized world. Extending, as
tbey do, over so vast an area, nearly two
million square miles, they sutler great
and constant loss on account of iQadei
quate facilities for placing their products
in market. 1'ho grain-producing dis
tricts west of the Mississippi suffer more
In this respect than any other portion ol
tho country The Mississippi river, in
tho present obstructed condition or Its
channel, is entirely Inadequate to the de
mands of Internal commerce. An earn
est movement is cow on foot to secure
the Improvement ot this great natural
channel of trade, but, even with tho
great river and its tributaries made
navigable, they cannot do a tenth part of
the work of transportation needed now
or in the near future tor tho Wwit and
Southwest. These districts Intro alrondv
constructed abont ten thousaud miles of
railway, but must add larguly to this In
vestment before their people can re.i:h
market without sacrificing their products.
HOW TO HELP THE B0UTIIWK8T.
Then there Is a region ol unbounded
wealth, agricultural as well as mineral,
ocoupying tho gr.at Southwest, tbat
might as well be in the moon aa tor any
giod we derive from it. There It lies, a
wild, unpeopled waste, but with Immense
riches burled In Its mines of gold, silver,
copper ana other metals. There la but
one way to redeem the land from eav
gery, and peopl It with civilized com.
muiftjes, and tbat is to construct an open
highway, free from mononolv and m.
tortlon, from the lowsr Mississippi to the
achieved upon the plan proposed in the
bill for the Texas and Faoitlo railway now
before tbe bouse, without taxing tho
government to the amount oi a dollar, at
the same tlmo saving tne government
ivpral million every year In the cost of
transportation, Increasing Its revenue by
extending trade with Mexico ana sayinjf
the people of the United States ac ioasi
ten million dollars a year In exorbitant
charges levied by the present Pacific com
panies. Tbe bill referred to provides
abundant security for the government
guarantee of Interest on the construction
bonds of the Texas and Pacllle company,
and retains in congress the rlgbfO su
perviso and regulate the tarifl (J road
tor all time. The necessity for this road
l irreat. and Its construction will yield
such general benefits to the country that
ever gives the enterprise new favor
con press. There is little doubt that
charter will bo granted, and that the
vigorous prosecution of the work w
brlnsr srreater prosperity to tl
west and south than they
have bnown for rnauy ytai
rr.r.E trade and sailors' richts.
The general disposition In congress
to favor and foster those great interests
which are dlrcctlv.Wntifl.i
.,iuwtn aud prosperity ol the na
tion. Amongst other things there Is a
settled purpose to win back from Eng.
land a portion ot her present maritime
supremacy. It has been discovered that
wo can build iron ships in this country
about as cheap as In EnelanJ. and of
enough better quality to make up the
uinerenee. Aiany tnousanu luborers are
now employed in our sliio vard dolnn-
this work, and all that Is lacking to make
tnese snips contribute uirectly to the ad
vantace of every city, town and f:irm in
the country is such encouragement as
will lead to the establishment of new
ocean lines, tbe opening of trade with
new ports, and the consequent increase
of government revenues and
ilKlividlial wealth. This o-rnml
desideratum will be achieved by just such
subsidy as lias inaue Ureat Britain the
richest commercial nation in the world.
This subsidy consists in paying ocean
lines of steamers a moderate compensa
tion for mail tniiif-portation, which Is no
suhsKlyat all, as the government's In
creased revenues from new trade sources
will more than meet the deficiency of
postage to pay the contract. This is the
supreme moment to secure suecesi. The
products and resources of our country
have been well advertised. and'fromr.
ery continent and country they beckon
to ns to come anu traae with thcin.
Give to tbe West and South easy ac
cess to both oceans, and thence to ail the
markets of the world, and their prosper
ity will become perpetual as the stars,
and abounding as the wives ol the sea.
J. L. T.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mrs. C. McLean desires to announce to
t'n niihlio tht tlin determiner w
clos3 out her large and eleznntlv assorted
stock ot MII.LIN'EKV UOODS. Inclu
ding l.adl.n' Jf'UKMSUIXG GOODS ol
nearly every description, UNDER
WEAR, LIOSIERY, etc., with a very
larpe assortment ol Ladies'. Misses' and
Children's SHOES, all of which must be
sold within tbe next
At Cost. Now is the time lor ladles to
buy Hats, and everything ?Je in .the
t6TA old Mis must he settled at
once, or they will be put out for col
lecton. MK.S.C. MrLEAX.
Nov. 10th, 1677.
ilk, km 2 Co.
and all kinds Country l'roduce.
03 Ohio Lovee, Cairo, Ills.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
The flrni nfO. Iluyihorn A Co., i tht dny
dlanuW(Kl, J. 6. Howe, of Cincinnati, rrtlrea, 11,
h i.iviugMon,uairolJll).,tumillea. etyiauio
it J. : Howe.
Can Do Beautiful
Jy Dyod or Bo-
L&dies and Gents'
C. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
No. 30, Eighth Ntreet.
Sklfl Un? GUARANTEED
DISEASES I M nli (CorrupomH
!M - J "'. t'. Van bias
" .-mi. vtrn.n street, rhllndlphl.
Happloeis or Misery, tknt la lh
Pr.W. K, lloyt of !!5 years suoemiil
practice guarantees nptdy and pertnan
curs oi ait utimnie, Hurofuloua, l'rve
Hy pblletle and Female DIap,Hpermt
rn.... np ulf.Mi.,,u - ft hi- u. ji i ...
..... w. .u.i-Mi.uBir, i uim ju.uiVBI IB
tlltn. Ann Jk ehaitM llliw.b A.,..n-uH
City LUll i'ark, (Syracuse, X. Y. Medicine
Don't be deoetved by advertlilnir uuacki
who throne our larK eltles, but voiinult
Dr. Iloyt or sand foretreiilar trpatluuoa
hu ipeeallttes to lils V. O. Boa j-fl.
' 1 1 1 m l-J-j jxam.-ijug
JK.'lrfl" "miHi.ii,r..vi,il. TitiuOII.ini. I'ar.
WUVlivuur. uv..M hi, A vu i,lvi,lu
... Iawo rnlifnrnlx. This can bo '
OUR MOTTO: " The Best Goods at the Lowest fricos."
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
y--4 fits irns 4T1
utW Jkl&& VIA? V4L JJUJ ux& JbO. -fcfOJJ 13 W)
Dry Goods, Soots and Shoos,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
INGS, fLaNN ELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS."
A full mi. of Cav ttaj MaUingst Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
asks, Ladies' and sST's Foots, Childven's Shoes, Gent's Boot
This stouk is entirfty xPW and Fresh.
O.ir Stock embraces cvry thine needed in
uooiis. i leaso give us PXualno our
Of Ten Years' Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste Wholty Cone. . Entirely
SANFOFJ'S RADICAL CURE.
Belled to acltnowledo o you the rrtt l)-at
Buposd's IUdioal Cfm Iiik been to mr. Far
ten yean I have been nfflicted with thli lotbrooie
SUeaie, and etpcelally lo the wlntrr time bi It
beenmort aovere. Tbe dlncbargo hu been tuiclt
ai i bloody, emlttlnK a foul odor o bad that my
(neence In a room with othcre wan vtry otteMlva
o them. One wee arte, eommenclnir the tue ot
Bhord' Kauioal Cm I w n not troobled wlia
It at all. Myt' Mtoof taste and raell.whli-h vrt
vMlu gone, have now fuiir returned, and uir bcu
ttal hcaltli 1 laucUlmprovrd. Yonra,
illiUiOCRKB H. KOIt!,
CSASD F.iTITI, Mien., Kot. 8, bK.
Oentlrasn! The of 8A!frnBT'a en
arrived hern tc-ntght all rlfht. I don't know what I
inoald haredon,nf Itliad not been for Uita remedy.
I have tried Natal DoutHfl anrl everything eWa.ani
aUhoah I hare been able to Mop the ottenaive dl.
charge, 1 have not been able to recover mv tenses of
Uate and tmell nntll I tried SAXFOKD'ntriia. Toa
Ca.i refer any one Too chooae to me, and I will
cheerfully Inform them In detail ai to the beneit
4 puzcij bu beta to ae. Tnun,
SUZUH, JUCH., -NOT. U,
INFORD'S RADICAL CURE
It only promptly arrer s me commiE? oiicnarrea
k aurrn.bat, by aympatnelic action, it reetorea 10
:3d he :h all tbe urbane of tbe bead tbat hava
i oTie a7etedbjlt,audeuul)'.aayoiuiiilouoy.
fctlT) EyMlsht.InftamMl and 5rttry
Painful aj Watery Even, I.oaa of
learlDK, Earache, Neural irla of Ibe Ear,
lUcharsea from the Ear, Klnelng 'oiaea
a the Head, Duilneea, ervoua hpm
rhn. Palna la theTemnlea, Loaa of tbo
mum ofTaate and HmeU. Elonimtloa of
h I Tnla. Intlamnuitlon of the Tonslla,
iutrld exireThrottt, TlrkllriRor Ilrtcklnvc
iCoueh, isroiauuiu, auia uiuuik mo
j'Eaci oacraM eonTaini ur.Baninrre raprov
, rt-uJip,Thf,.w'l(uJ and earelulll prejajs
a'l Wicleaa:4 ana r.ta'.l dniKtlau ana dealer
tbroncifntthe united eiatiaiKit.4na.ta. W(.F.K3
POTTER, GeBaralAguiUaud Waoltsalo Crux.
KUU, Boo wn. il jJ.
AS ElertrivGalraiils Battery, eombtrjed wttU
a highly Medicated Waster, fnrnilni tba
grandut ruratlro aireut In the world i f medicine,
and utterly im,,, all other Plaatert hereunora
Innae. Thej accompli. w,,,.B jn ,1D8 week than
(be old PlMlen la a wbulo fear. Tber do uul hi.
of the Lunge,
of tho Heart,
of tho Liver.
of tho KldutjJ.
of tho Hnlne.
of tho Nerval,
of the Mniclt.
of the Joint,
of the B nee.
of tho Ola wa.
W matter wnat mar be the extent of yotir antrer.
big, try oneof ttKne Planter, ltellef U (ruianiune.
u, a Tact aupported by hundreds oftettluonlala lu
our posaeaelon. Hear In mind that th moat Impor.
Uiitdlecorerlea In purmacy date bai It lewthan tea
voara, and that comblnatlonaofguma and eaiencea
of planta and tkrul are herein united with Eleo
trlclty to form a curative Platter, In Rooming, heal
big. and atnngthenlng properties aa fareuperlor t J
ailother Plaatera brrtiolore In tuu a UtaaUlUaUAtf
ptj iltiaa U to lb bune-lMca,
V rtrefnl to call for COLUKS' VOLTAIC PtAS.'
TElt lest you get aome worlhleaa Imitation. Bold bf
all Wholesale and Ketall Uragglali thronKhotiMha
I'nlted Mates endCeuadtta.amr by YiZLiilV'
I tit, l'roprletora, Uot'.on, Malt.
GLAD IltTO 10 155 AFFLICTSP I
Allnlment universally acl;nowlcdgod m
tbe most renowned quick cure ever brought
befura the puliio lu the Mnuteetuh cen
tury lor tho ptrlect cure ot
Man and Beast!
Thin popular and great healing; remedy,
"O lonK necdetl by auBcrinir hutuauliy, is
Tlvln.tr, uubounded proo's of ita merits by
all having tcated it" unrlvulod powers, and
n nil (Btes clnlinlujr it the moat power,
ful rciiiody aud quick reliever Irom ituony,
Diamond Oil Posesses
he bent concentrated healing proportion,
T-ik'kot Hi'lvntilla urU lor puln rellul, nioht
coiuhlned inotllcated ncccK"ltle-, na a liui.
racntfwr nmniind beaut, ever introduce J
l')l- publlo heuuilt.
who will ue tliN llnlmontln time, will bo
convinced that thU la n Hire enro lor rheu.
tuittliim. nuuralKiis, hruUeie, iruln, nwell
burnn, cutu, fnlons, lumorn, pi lei.
'".lured limbs, realdi, uout, dipthorlo,
oro throut, toot.huche, iioaildi'he, Insect
ltf, H in, colic, tupo worms, etc., lr tli
human race, aud la
A FOSIT1VJ. ctitia
or; swoency, rlnifDono, 8traini, eallouc
siuflws, huitH, curln, eutH, brumca, lamo
noH,tralncil fotlockii.aiiavini. colic, uotli,
windititli, poll evil, cattle and hocp com.
pluinu, aud all gumiral dlMoasna in stock,
and the tnuuy uthur allUctloniof botU man
DIAMOND OIL. U tor !) by Frark
HKLcr, lielnaj well reoomendod by all
druKglc, ph)lulatia, and every one wlui hat
ever used it. Trice, li ceuti per bottle.
W. K. FAQANft ro
riuvU Qttvi ladiiBupoIlt lud:
Special attention given to Country trade,
tlie City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
goods anil nrl
goods and nrle.es belora you buy.
Or Rngar-Coocca, Concontratcd, Bool
and Herbal Jalee, Aiitl.nillona
tirunulca. THE "LITTLE GIANT"
CATII.1RT1C) or JUultum lu Porvo
TlieiiPTfllvof mo'lern Mc lliVtl.CliemiMl, and
'h;irnmi'eutcnl b, leni'.t.. ho n.oof unv longer
biking lli laive, rcpuirive, and nau-emia pil!a,
fj.iniin..;,l of clicaii, cru'le, ami bulkv Ingmli
enle, when wo c.ui, by a tarclul uiilicuiion of
clii'iiiivttl eclcnce, extnict all tho c.nUnriic und
ntlii r mcdiiinul prupertlvs frnra the most valu
able root and liirlm, and ennrentrato tiicm Into
a minute Granule, scarcely larger tliuii a
niUMlard aeed, tbat can be rcniffiy nwallowcl
bv llioao d tbe mot scniltive atnmnclta and fav
tidiuut t.t'ioi. Earh little ln motive Pellet
reprtenla, in a most com-eutrated form, lu nun h
eathartta power aa ia tinliodled in any of the
large pill Imtnd for al in drug-shop. Froia
tliflr tvundeiful callmrtio pawer, In comparison
to their Hut, people who hare not tried them are
ant loeupi'oie that tlicy are liareli or iln-ulo In
effect: but f uch ia not At all ibt caw, the different
aelivo niediclnat principles at which tliey are
composed being so baruiuniied and modillcd,
onn In' the vtlicrg, n to prluce a moal
ararehliiff awl Ihorongh, yet ereully
aud kiiidlr operalliiKt culUartic.
?SOO Howard is hereby offered livtl.e pros
priut'ir ul tbeo l'tlii l.i, to any chemist nlm,
upon analysis will find In tlwm any cilumnl 4
oilier luniis ol mercury, uuicr.il pobion, or in
ilclng entirely vegetable, no particular
euro i ri'iinred while u-ing them. 1 liey oner,
itto without iliottirliancc to llic eontltution, diet,
it occupation. For Janndlce. Headache,
Coiiatlpntlon, Impure llluod, Pain
III tho Miouldem, Tlglitiiema ot the
Cheat, Ulzzlncaa, Sour Lructatlona
from the Momnth, Bad lanle lu the
mouth, llllloua Hltaeka, Pala In ri-
?l on uf Kidney , Internal lerer,
lloutnd feel I UK abont Stomach, Huti
ol lllootl to Iflvindt aalajtaolor4
I rlnn, I naoclablllt mid taloomv
I orci.oi,i, ukt - Pierre's, I'lcaa
nnt a-urgutlva Pellei"- ' CA,i
li .. ru,,.,,.n.,i ,. "-V". f 1'urgailro i"c.rr.ta
over t'i grrni u vnrieiy or ii4eaf4., 1 Wln to fcay
liiut their action upon tha animal
ri'onnnif la universal, not a f laud or
tiaauo taeuplnit their nuuativo I ul-
press). Are U"i'i not impair Hid properties ot
tbe-e I'clleu. Thev are eugaMoateil and in.
closed in glass bntlln, their virtues being tbere.
uy iiretcrve'i tinimjmireu tor any tcnginof tune,
in unv climate, so Uiut thev are ulwavs frc.n
ittid reliable. This U not the caso with those
pills wlncli nro put np In cheap wooden or
iatelxiard boxen. Recolloct that for all Uis-ea-ca
wbvro a Laxative, Alterative, or
Purgative, is uidieuutil, theee little i'ellau
will give the iui.it perfect tatifcUoo to ail who
TheF are cold by all Drntrglat at
it reuie a Dome,
BfrrALO. N. T
For Fetrer ami Aeuo, Intermittent Po
ver. Chill i'evor, Kwuitteut 1'uvtr,
Dumb Afuo, Periodiaal or UUioua I'e.
ver, iio., anti indood alt tbe ail'octinns
wmoh arise from raulurioua, marsh, or
No die r.:mtiy is lotider
culled for by the neee.--.iiiw
f of the Aiuericail people th'in
jV i fine end tale euro fv,
we arc ujvv enabled lo offer,
ilh u perfect ci i tnii,iv ui
itwil! cradlcnle tlie ,liene, and wiili tiur
auce, founded on proor, llu.t ii i )in.i ,..r.,
arise from lis ufu lu any iju.uitily.
That which protect lioui ur prevciita IbiJ
disorder must be of liiiincina w.rvice in in.,
communities wliere it prevails. ;,,((;,,
U belter than cure; fur Hie pntlvnl i tl,,.
risk which ho must rim in triolein f. 1 1 ;.-la sj T
this baleful distemper. Tin " i ri:i: ' evptls
tho miasmatic poison ol t'etei uoil uoe
from tho ayatem, and prevent! the ili vi lo;.
mcnt of the disease, if taken on il,e il,'-t
approach of lis preinoniioiy svinpt'iins. a
great auperiorlty of this reine'ily over any
other ever discovered fur the hih ciIv and cer
tain cure of InterinlueiiN i'-,t!:llt ; eouiabu
no Quinino or avincral; con.', iienlly it p.o
duces no quinism or oilier ii.jinioug effect
Whatever upon the constitution. Tlm-e r ul ed
by It ore left henlihy If n,nv l,n i.v,.r
had the disease,
I'vvpr uinl Airue Is not nloun the nn.
awpienco of the miasmatic poLon. A great
variety of diaordera nrUo finm Hi Irritation,
among which are Xruruliriit, llhrumu.
tlam, Clonl, llftailncha, l)lliiili,paa,
Toothat'hf), Karut hK, Catarrh. Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Atn-rtlou
f tho djdeen, II ratrrlca, Pulu In loss
Ilowela, Colic, Puralysila, and derange
ment or lite stomach, nil or which, when
originating In this cimae, put on the lutcr.
mlttcnt type, or become periodical. This
,;C'tlltE" expels the pnUon from tho blood,
and consequently cuvea them nil alike, it is
li n invaluable protection to Immigrants nod
persons travelling or temporarily residing in
tho malarious districts. II taken occasion
ally or daily while exposal lo the Infection,
Hint will bo excreted ftum tho system, and
cannot accumulate in Minlcient quantity t
ripen Into disease, llcnco it Is even more
vahuililo for protection than cure; nnd fuvf
will ever suffer from Intermlttenla If they
avail thcinclves of tho protection this rem.
tor Mver Coniil.iluM, arising fiom torpid,
fly of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver Into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fait.
i pHWAnrn rv
Ur, J. C. ATER ft CO., Lowell, Mass.,
I'rncHenJ and AnaltiHcal ChemUlu,
AUD BOLD ALL KOU.ND THK WOIti
PISEBT Plug TOltALTO
In th World. AXK FOtt IT,
TAKK NO OTHER.
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Every family should havo
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tne usual time at less than half the co8t ol Boap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
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