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.goral anb fUtos Kleins.
"" ' , Keeling of the Towuhlp Hoard.
I he Township Board of tbo township of T,afay.
KtltVwttl meet at the Office of the Township Clerk,
y in said township, on, Monday tho,r 7 ih day of De
cember 166$, atl o'tlovk la tbo forenoon, for tbo
parpos of auditing tho accounts of said township.
V, T. R. HARRISON,
Dept. Township Clerk.
There will be s inei'tinj of Iho tuiiuuJi board of i
the Van'Baren CVk Ac. Sue. Thursday, tbo
3 DIQ aJ OI UeC.,10O5,ai Iw iw,iur me iru!-c-
tio of saeh business is may properly e irae bofore
it. 0. II. P. SHELDON',
Rtmtmbtr that wo furnish Jeterton$
Magazine and the XortJierncr for 82,2;").
The January Number of Peterson is just
hid upon our tabic and eelipses all of its
predceef so rs.
The Atltvtic Monthly, rhlch has already j
reached a circulation of over 30,000, du j
ring its first Tolurae, we funmh to our '
flubncribe'rs iit 82,00 per annum. Speci
meet at this office.
.Escape of the Negro Dade flom Frion.
Jackson, Mich., Dec. 0.
The notoriou negro convict Dado es
caped from the prison early yesterday
morning, by cutting through platik six in
ches in thickness. He had chains on,
weighing 25 pounds when he escaped, and
as nothing has betu heard of him it is be
lieved that he had help from the outside.
CONSUMPTIVES. -The advertiser bav
ijr beeu rvtord to health iu a few weeks, by a
."cry liinplo remedy, alter having suffered vvrU
years with a sever Luwj AJrctiun, aud that dread
viisease. Consumption, is anxious to make known
to his ifllow-sullorvrs tbo means of cure, l'o all
who desire it Le will send a copy of the prescription
used (ret ochargt,) with directions lor projiiiring
and using the same, which they will fiud a euro
C'ure fer Cvntumption, AwAwki, Itroiichitit, ,f-c.-
The only object of tho advertiser in sending the pre
scription js to benefit the afflicted, and h hopes
every sufferer will try Lis remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a bles.iu. l'artirs
wishing the prescription will ploa'c addicts
RKV. KDWAR1) A. WILSON.
w.It2 Williamsburg, Long Island.
Is hereby 'ireu, that at thu next se?ion of the
Board of (supervisors of tho County of V an Uureu
to commence en Wednesday, the tilth day of Jan
vary next and to be held at the Court Houso ia tho
Villaj-a of Paw Paw in raid Ccnny, rj j-lic itiou
will bti made Ue.iid Board, 'petitioning tlitm to nl
r the boundary line tetweon the tuwti.i.:p cf W
terly and LafayeKc in full County. r r.y :o ywt oil
from the said township ol Waverly all cf section
No. thirty one, (31.) und No. thirty two, (22.)
tb at, hereafter, the above uurni-d fretions shall !..
considered as a part of iho twu!iip cf Lufaytttv,
Q4 as sucq, evtr r'iii.'iiii.
Dated Nortmbcr i'Vth liS.
Eli P. Hroith, Wavcily. JulLn EUlJuu,T.a.ay.t: J
eo, W.'Glidden, Jinue U. Sheldon, " i
0. D. (JHllvn,
Ihiiry M. Pug Icy
Jas. li. GlidJru
John Abrams Jr.
II. W. Rhodes,
Vm, K. But'cr,
Simeon llu Uii.J,
1. U. Shelivn.
L. N. FhH.Ir.n.
I-a i? S.iau' l.r..;,
l'lie D.Spaul Wuf
. J. Mveri-,
V. Ii. liro'.ir:,
V. II. Newcomb, ' "
A. Uennett, M
i't.fr XMtiwf-H, Waver!
GUJEAT HORSE AND CATTLE
Condition l ow
yomlvT ,re J 1 1 1
in v.-ry t ; if i ret;
nation for p.nrrv
ir rnv. of 1)K
MtDK ltiLS l
TITt fTIK1 COM
PLAIN I', Mr
Thff jf eirt
lent ? r r,ttV
tl.lit r rxtii
fit pmtTATsn ; nni .11 turr TOWS of n .i.j: ",-'l"l'T
tt'i. 'i'hey lo Iriertmv tlie uti?y of iniu. I n
ow's amend emiitlon i bwd The provrh tor t.n bid
MttiroH tlml tliry arc trrviiir to any tlntiff r-r iu rs I
f Hollow Horn. Car houM w. trufreinil thiif y.
fiu?t John'i eniili- lVwdert; aisii mtTrr i.ot jour
iklv tn t hunitxiKr'l with tlie u;ertio:t tt..a n tne
thSos else ts jut a k ioJ.
frctna T alty rarmrr of Xtnccx Co., O'.io.
My orse rt worked and rirtv.n S9 hnrJ. tbiit
iceuc completely worn out ml u.ct up. If ). wlr.l
kfi rardi. he would tremble all over. He tr;iie1 en
tlrt7 worlhleas auJ about to die. It-are him vri--iu
uiil!cloi. lut thy wre of no hen. fl I Cioil'v gtv
Mm I. I.. RT. JOnS CONDITION POWDER IU
rapllly improved until he bocume ptr'ecily well. I f eo
?id hint f.ir one hundred dollari. I. fLAYMAKI It.
Tiften Rnrtfi in one Htable Cared rf a Cough.
Mr. Jamc Wrd, a dealer In hone., wi.lely known in
Srthwefcrn Ohio. My: I tiave tuad- u?t of I. I,. 8f.
J .hn'd Condition Powder fur Couh. Iitnip'r. Wniit
cf Apprtie. ete. I e"nii!r them uti artck nf irreat
value, aud the el lnme medicine with whirh I am o
iiinted I was some time nee at the livery tnble of
Dtniel GorainR. nf Mnm flty. and foutxt hr liorr.. .
flfu en In number. aOticteil with couch I ndvifed l.lui
fire them St John Cwmlition Powrlcn. In eizht or
:to nays I Uftrned he tad 'ollnved my Jic asJ l!.t
T ts horses were then perfectly well.
Hedlonsf Horn, Etc. I har oed ti. Joln't Condi
tr,n Powders eyer' year foe hnree and eattle. and
have found them exceunt in ditn.per. and the ether
Jarposei for which they are reeommaaded. I ruve
ound then (raat medleM for catiU havinc the Hot
Vrw llom. -I hore the horn, epen the hole occlonally.
4 feedr tarn Bt. Joan'a Condition Powders. I haT
frfntcr alvsn Oiuia to-row that became ditsnewd, .
iidUU In Kivtnc millr. Thee Powders have always
aooa effected a cure, aud made them aie their milk.
erantaviLLa. Ohio. eUMUIX YOUNG.
IT Jtilk, lute. Mr Jmti Cronaett. Oinnr.
Jfilk, Etc Mr. J.mti
1: I had a tiorie TIt nili- 4 with du'em-
pr. aud a"T him !t. Jolin'n Condition Piw ii-r. They
eecraUd like a ciiarm. err ctinc a eur in a '-m iinyi.
Tliey are srlven to row Iji mr nmg h,rhol with caret.
eKW purifying- ii.-tr Mood and ilnpvillr I Or
eondljfc'a.M aa are at if So rnrae their fi'iat.tffy of
rHIk. One cow ht th atrget. which rauel I t r to vlvt
ti'oody tollk. A cure wm aoon etTectcd with Ihese Pew-
4 ' From (t retlUni rLCul';'. ;...
Vhen trar'lllrf at the Wf ,t T had a valnaMa horta
alUekww wtth-nflminsl'n - f the lui.. , II, c"ii.
,t iiawlm l -Tr t kflviwn a hunan tx toff or
creature have Ilia e uir'inff would iomH!iii- awake a
tae darinf the n;f'-. My frienda ennairiered MB) la
? arable, and I wo'ild have tnken forty dolinre for him.
titRi a d tare aim. TJy noon etT-eted a lh..r -ah
cUreVaftJ f rTor 'aloaMm at Soo. I wi.h to carry ll.ets
always wlQl so whea aeayenff with my own teaia. and
would n-iiod othars to do I hve toad u cf
aioaa'a. ! erehantV and vriu other hort-powdtrs,
t at itra tiOHffi the fecided frefercr.ee,
1 "'' CO.ITsII.
M. n'vwsts prerirrel-r of a livary stable. T.'ffle.
OhlowSar. July?th. IAio Teitn jfive y.m a jrret rv
.Tnikar CONDITIO POWfJKRS. I
hare ated triem dnrnlff the pat four year, and lurie
that time my horse hve nerer nBerei wuf. iiimper
although It h
Mt$ a riumner of Mm previU-(l ex(-oiiivif
a maxi 4 ma. -
il.ra of my ' were rr-eul
ufDt iha pfeVaW-uov of dlt- r
i renl y att ielred
f dlt- roae ia the
r"iffhn5rn'x"- iney were ti irnnj trr-iuiif u li-
umier. i ra tnem your K,u?univrt runvi-iu, ia
c u red Ueis per 'ett la tw i ru
Ms WtiUiit RlTW. tnffchant, rraniporU OM
writ. Aajr.lffM: I aos ahogt OMt of your Coodltiog
Pow lara fney civ the ' latiifaCtlon of any hor
tB!d,ciQ I fl It yxcan aeud tee a supp y, Ue
r- irjtncaiiieiv, , . . . .
liCTfrt aajrlT USaa who uiawnirer. ir. u. r.
hil'y aClct4 wtta dKtcmper, foa the boraa-docloi
t..i4 bin ! hlnj t the wooda to Aenrw
rJfecud hy gtviurUra three pperi uf tt. Joan's food
U a A TWihlO.
nB-ca vo . u , r.ai a nnrie
A hoee-dowtaw eared a hT that seemed used at aad
ahrat W die. a he w.ld not eat, hy lha Pew.
der. prepared by putting; thaw for a hort tluae lo boO.
ne wtr,ead then prinff them dowa frofls a totUe.
rJlsls t -e ooiy way Uisy eaa be adadotaierwd wi.to iUe
Kold tr an -KiitAot betleyt who win ftrotkh f U
Ja'e aJsaanaa'g araua I. L "t. Jrho A ., rifla
(tvy O .' teenera Ag--au fo th w iirn fctatr.
For aala by 8. C. 0rrri 1 Cd..'KltlM: 1
m i'aw Paw j. i c.ijr. a r- .n- a
Sellick & Footed Column.
MORE .CHEAP GOODS
j I( q X q R R 2 C K S T O It E.
Itrr.KIVED THIS PAY,
7000 yarclo Bost Shilling Prints
which win. m: som
FOR ONLY 10 ots, per YARD.
The proprietor of this etlobrattd atd densely
thronged establishment haTC, in vitw of the in
creased stringency of the money inarkc t, deter
rainod to make a
Still Further Reduction
In prices of Pry lioodf, and will on and after
this date uihUo the prio low enough to bo withiu
the reach of every buyer. 33 dor. Mens, Hoys
and ChilJrini' IIat and Cap
iitpticfr irm 1 rorit. t" 5. I.ud'n' oid "tent'
Shan-l? an nlmt endu? vuricty ju.si oou to
'and. and I.ir Prices nu?t etTect the .-ale of thvm.
100 doz. Ladios, (ients and Children's lUik!i;i
Gloves and Mitlon. Kid CIj. es in all th? varied !
Fur (Uovc.i a e;ip.:i-r rrticlo. Cashmere
I (ilwefor Ladies and Misse ner. lrown .Sheet-
MporTjnti evor H
SELLICK & FOUTE'S
Ladies Wir.t. r Dre- f.K )if, fell Viu Is rcuuce-l j
'2j pT cut. frv m regular priMf, giving j.iir-jhiAfer-' 1
tho rrarket in the hAiVM of Mm
STOP! STOP! STOI
c'Uji reading ;his paper, aioi proceed directly to
Sclliid. A F'jofi', :iu I sveuro a pair of tho: nice
Calfskin .Shoes for only Ono Dollar, as they arc
dijpi caring with inarvtlous rapidity. l'trty
Joz. Ladies and Gent's Rubber and Pur Ovcr-Fhoes
now on hand some as low as 50 cent. Don't
fail to sec our
Cotton and Wool Yarn, School Slatunnd Station,
ery, ifyou wish to buy at Nw Yurk jrleo.
GROCERIES & DRY GOODS,
Every tvock directly from eastoru markets con
stantly arriving. The above are but a limited
enumeration of the varied slcs and va-ietios of
Goods to be found in our stere at reduod prices.
Uo visit the Long Prick Store and avail yourself
of some of the Rich Goo Is now being eiily dis
persed. Oar motto, at pradtically carried on io
yuiiness, will le
LOW PRICES. INOUSTRUINTEORITV.
We are particular well supplied with evert kind
of goods adapted to tho
adI will o?Vr iniuctojoutt t buyers cot tie
rille ia tho WuU w
6ULUCK A rOOTE,
(Fa!crysors to E. Euiru i Co.,)
Paw Pw, November 2itb, IfcjS.
Vf.Tiiit prnitod ab 1 ier siJa at .his vdctaii
Just Received, and Coming Weekly!
GREAT CLOSINB OUT SALE FOB CASH
Iiy S. HOLMES A CO.
BOOTS & SHOES,
(SHOP MADE AND WARRANTED,)
HATS 5c CAPS,
GREAT llAriGALYS FOU C.LSII,
Hy S. IIOLMKS X CO.
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
PA It A M ETTAS .MEKINOS,
LIGHGT AND PLAID DREZS SILKS,
At 1 r thmt CoNtPn Cuh,
Py S, IIOLMKS A CO.
BEST PRINTS IN TOWN
And s l lie , Vsriry . f
Cheap fo Cash,
Ry S. JIOLMLri A Co.
Slic- tirier, Ticking, Ikttiiifr,' Wickin,
C'.tto!i Yarn, Stripes, (.'htcks liiiTns,
. Clotir, Css.'iruero?, Satifsfs. hfps'
V,rcy, Cotonatid Wool riannel;
Coloivd and White Caaihrie,
JIo,i.ry, Shirts A Collars,
La''. Goods aud Rink SilL,
Py S. HOLMES JL Co.
v(K)ii:.v v.ul?, 'iT.ii:,
LAMP AND IJNSKKI)
KAKKKJA lA(t SALT,
PAINTS, VI N KG APt,
FLUID, COD FISH,
WHITK FISH, HALF ISAIMKLS,
Cheapest iu Town fo Cash,
Py S. HOLMES A Co.
Cavendish and Cut Tobacco and
BEST FOUR SHILLING TEA IN TOWN,
By fi. HOLMES A Co.
S. HOLMES & CO'S
(CP STAtRS.l WHISHE Ot'R
t (W0 II A latClT 0 A TIT.)
Is constantly on band to Cut and Make lYiroenti
; ia the latest City Etyles .
AND .WARRANTED TO PLEAS Kr
f&'Qvr Clothioi is Bearly all our oo u&ke and
Iop. Phop Cl'.Mnc old at Ctt for Cash, by
S. HOLMES & CO.
-ra'.vj. 17t!?. l9.
FALL & WINTER GOODS
Now Opening at the Old Stand of
A, SHERMAN & CO,
The re lit rfyst-jia abolished. N. tDre " trust
after the 1st day of October, l?i8, but
We will sell Good; from
FIFIEEN TO TWENTY PER CENT.
. . u .
Lower than now arc, or cverhao boon sow i-i
Yan Pureu County. Now is the timo to tnaka your
purchases. We are enabled to offer the most
splendid, desirable aud n-asouable asportment of
Ready Hade Clothing,
Thai haw bvci ( 'J r.d in Wc?t ri; MitLi-;
P.I L HONS,
and every otber sitylo . cf Ladies .Goods, vhich
are fashionable, durable, aud cheap, will bo lound
in ShcrmiU A Co's Now and Mammoth
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE.
Our Goods ara just boapvt ia Nw York, Hart
ford, and other cities of the East, under the present
financial pressure, and will t laid at prices unsur
passed by any stahlishment in the State Wv
art "io earnest" and dean what we say, when wi
reitorat thai vv ah all sell (roods at from li to 20
per rant, lower than have ever before been pur
chased in Paw Paw. We do not tall for effect,' 6f
attempt to "gas,'; or. use "soft soWfr,", but to
present an uneolored statement of facts, ai you
will be convince! bycjilhntc at wf ceuntcr and
prising for yourselves. We hare connected with
our Store a
Under the lapeTintendancc ofene cf tho best work'
wan la the country. Our '
Is still la opcratioa, a.Bi turoioff ont the best
werk for v,llarge or eonotry we.r.-All kindi of
Merchantable Produce taken io exchange.
I i.. .- - . ; '
Cash Paid for Wheat.
A. SHERMAN t CO.
BLOQD VUllIFIER AND
7 a. 2'ttvtl ' ' f I II . . 4
13 III I HI HI
I ii il SE
AFTER YEARH OF STUDY AND tXrRI-!
.IENT' Dr tn eclnent .Swt-di.'h I
rhyilcia?: succeeded in producire ft tnrdi(ir.e)
iroffl twcu!y-thrfo different spsois rf mrt:ntsm
herbs of his native larul, which art dirtrtlv upoi, .
tho causes of diea in th blood, and bv restoririr !
I tra corrupted fountain of life to a condition tl
; uoaitu ana purity, espels diseis? irom tlic -t"ui,
whercTer it may be located, or - wlatevrr n.ay i t,
its eharacter. Indirection, nervous e uiplanu.
i epileptic and other fits, coughs, consumption in it I
I early stages, sore throat, bronchitis, !ver and j
ague, asiuraa, low spirits, sexual incapacity, fi'raiu- .
irni weakness, priciliug of the skin, syinptomati. I
of paralysis rheumatism, nenrsifria, t tun or, ea'cer,
diahcte, lassituJe and debility, diarihen. and nil j
other disorders of the organs of respiration, tl liv- t
er,tbt; kidneys, the stomach, the uervo, fr the'
muscolar uber, aro uriTinU turcd by thi j "; s -ration.
It is to the tnateries morl i or s-d o di-.
rase what au alkali is to an acid; it lunitralit s
them with absolute certainty, whil at the sr.t
time it regulate the secretions, removes obstruc
tions from the bowels, creates appetite, renews
bodily vigor, and rrzencrAt every nnimnl fimc
ticu. ijacU i the nature, inch aro tho c fleet .!
Dr. Roback's famous Scandinavian Rlood I'wrif er,
which, if taken in conjunction with his fcenndli.a
vian Iilood Pills, will not only obliterate the most
painful disease, but preVeut tin ir rrurrcnce, uijd
lengthen life bevond thcordionrv r :in.
.In the SCANDINAVIAN VEI.fcTAULET.i oct.
PILLS, Dr. Robacli rrc-ents the result of "twtMv
years of experience, bird stndy and cxpuiimout u '
to wnst a pcrivci j"" --.cr.. . uo. ..o o:c . i,n
doubt their superiority after o!ic single tri.d. Tri' '
of the Scandinavian Klood Puriticr, $1 per lotil-,
fir $j per half.do'eu ; .Seand'.':!; ian i'.lo
2j conts pcrdocn, or five tr
Vr.nv, Miami Co., InJ., Au,r. I, l'T.
Pit.'C'. W. RosAcic. I havo received mul.
benefit from your fceauciiuaviau Lloo-1 i'urili' r a ti .
Rlood Pills, that 1 ha.ic thought it my duty. ;tu
it is uo leds xny incdinjtion, to fi you a" r.!;ii!.
statement of my case. I was tor ycar-i stfile ;ct
w- . . . in,.r-1(.tMlf.t ir
buMnes, dy.-popsia Tu rccapituUte ;.U the m -(Ailed
rerncthes which I hae used ti. rid rivn !: r
this disease, would indeed trjav a h;cl!n.hol -a
oiipo. Ir?l.r consulted wdth tl o vvicl it .l
I could hear rf. I :n induced to try your n.o;;i
dies tnrouj;h the purf-'iiu.-iot:. oi u 'riud, and ntur
ufin them a fw days wot greatly btneCitcd, ard
in a short tiin . ! than n ruontfj, 1 w.r. ontirl
und permr.ntntly cured. I was niso aflictc 1 v.-it'll
the not violent nervous headache, which I si:j
poscd wa. pnducod hy my disordered iionmeh,- !oi
whon niy dVipej'sin Kit nio. my heailacho U-ft wit!
it. I new feil fcvtt r in cvry respc t than I hnw
fr ten years. Ycrv truly vours,
' JO IIVS. UKMUTFI.
Proai the Rev. Mr. M.-Mi.'don. Tj-i.,:- V.
ert's Chapel: lyut v.u-oi.h, (ct. I-: 7.
Dr. C. W. RoB.cKlVar sir: f hmv u,-A
your Pbo.l Purifier fern nerv..i''' a-t:..;.,
which I have suffered mtih at i'u.. -. V;,'; ; i.
pleasant to thta"fe, il certainly has a happy cf,
upon tho nerves- P1.-t" cvVj.t my ti...
Ycur Kind regards ai.d a'-'t", end h-h-v- m .
Vours, .T. V. T. M.-.M 1'IJ.IiX.
OincI.v.hai, Pri li-. Sep :.
Vr. Roback Dear Sir: Haiiv 1 .'cn i tT.i. ;
with neuralgia or rh.uui iii.m i n- t ; i -i
j and a half, and having k-n your rn" ioi:H. cai!oi
J t!j Scandma ian-filood Puriiir, highly r-cr;r,-j
inendoil l.-y gentlemeu with whm I an acqnaM'. d.
j I wa.s induced . Ij fry P.,. but b Ivie I h i 1 u- I v i'
j ri -us cthr lucdi'.-j'je.' Af cr vi;; tnc bottle. I
"-ii ii cnrr cr .-en jii.;y, upon nml;( fW,
iuor, I fwuud myself j.rlVf !y l ined. You vill
allow me, therein it:, ta touiatiilato yru upon un
king a lieovcry in nt.dici.iu which is proving if
elf lo lie u worker -f ir h v, ..n b r- iu thf di-ciw.
of the human family. ...
L .vjI I' lit- r , Ciucl'.ra'.i I'aiiy Pi.-jnir-r.
In;'Unjliolis, Si.pt. J, :7.
Pi:. C W. RoBACrt hear Str. IInvin - 1 i.
. trouuicd for several Vcar? wPh extrvtae !o,jii : y
and. w-fukness, so miu h k that I wai unable t'o
: uMcnd to my ordinary business at times, and hav
ing heard cf tho wonderful cures that lour ScanTi
navian Ploou PuriRer and Pills were effectinjr. 1
I was Induced by a friend t try th m.
I I have been ntinr the PuritW r for the last twelve
mouth?, and' find - th medicine fully equal to its
j rt c.rr.i:icndation..' 6-j vuluablo is its u;c to n. th.it
I rnnot now dispense with tho use of it at ray a J-
taneeuago oFjric-saVCDty.sevcu venrs.
I cheerfully ;ive this Information for tb-; b-n-.Iit
oi tuoso singularly afflict'. a.
The ahovo' 'certificates act! many otherr an 1 -
Feen at my office by any one a? ni.v f?mr. tiet
of my Pamily Almanac., prutis, Unn l. v uevt
.danufactIJ , Sialero anj 0;.0,...' f.-J.a.f
I . .art.. tAgt, S4 billllbtrvfruw-.Mal.r htr.t, tiu-
AX '3 "': ?JtrTK
Poll by 8. C. UHI.Ml'.S A (',.. Pn.v Puw, Por.r
J.OckWood, I.awreuco, aid by Prupirts an .
Merchant a jrencrally.
For Keeping the County Foor,
OLSOLVEX). Lv the Puard of Surcrvicr. that
1 Bunerintendents of the Per. of thi? r.-untv.
receivesoa'.ed proprsals, until tho first diy of J.in-
uary;rext( fi r ti. keeping of the Covniy Te-or. at-
one place in said County, at a i-tntcd pioo .r
head per wr tk ; and that iu snh cf) -, Miy be in- '
strnctyV to i . award such comrat t. tua lowcJt itj
sponsible bidder, whti shull, Uk t'" ,:r ' ' : , '
a pntpcr per n tu hnvc -!t
arid wii.tw.ll treat tbe! v-'h
idih tiictn Willi t!i !c 'ri.
they bo ini-UriM-ft'd t i r i I
sician.'at a ri:faii. p:i'L j, . .-
be als aui lv 1 1- t: ..(..(
. o c
eausrj a.n.oti oi ii e am t- Ijc pti! li?h'd i'-.r
lucc jsiv Wt-v.ijuor.eM! tlie i-ap- r.Mi t'lu ', .,
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rOR Till. SPEEDY CURE OF
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Agur,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Duml
Ague, Periodical IIenrtachc,or Rilioui.
Ilcadnche, nnd Uilious Fevers, indeed
for the whole class of diseases) origi
nating iu biliary derangement, caurd
by the Malaria of miasmatic countries.
No one remedy is louder called for by tho
necessities of the'Arr.erican people than a suit:
and safe cure for Tever and Ague. Such
wc are now enabled to oiler, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate the disease,
and with assurance, founded on proof, that
no haria can arise from its use in cny quan
tity.' That which protects from or prevents thi?
disorder must be of immense fcrvice in the
communities where it prevails. Pnvcntion U
Letter than cure, for the patient escapes tho
risk which he must run in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This Curb " expels
the? miasmatic poison of Fever axi Ami:
from the 'system and prevents the. develop
ment of tha dL-casc, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It i
not only the bct remedy ever yet discover i
for this thus cf complaints but also t!...
cheapest. The largo quantity wc supply tor
a dollar brings it within the reach of every
body; and in bilious , districts, where Fevlu
akd Aai'E prcA-ails c'cry body should have it
and use it freely both for cure and protection.
It is hoped this price will place it within tho
reach or all the poor a well as the rich. A
great superiority of thb remedy , over any
other crer discovered fcr the ppeedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittents is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon the constitution. Those cured
by it arc left as healthy as if they had never
J had the disease.
j Fever and A gue is not alone the consequence
j of the mia-matio poison. A great variety of
I disorders arise from its irritation, among which
arc Neuralgia, liheumatism, (Jout, Headache,
Blindness, Toothache, Darachc, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of thu
L Spleen, Hysterica, Pain in the Bowel, Colic,
Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stomach,
i all of which, when originating in this cause,
put on the intermittent type, or becom period
ical. Ihis Ucee expels the pol.-on from
the blood, and consequently cures them all
alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi
grants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malaviousnlistriets. If taken
occasionally or daily while exposed to the in
fection, that will be e xcreted 1mm the system,
and cannot accumulate in sufficient qsiantity
to ripen into disease. Hence it ia even rnorv
valuable for protection than .cure, and few will
ever suffer from intcnr.ittcr.tj, if they avail
theraelv?s cf the protection this remedy af
fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO,
are so composed that disease within th't ranee of
their action can rarely withhbn:d or cvaJc ihcua.
Their penetrating properties search, anj.ck.m.'r,
and invigorate every portion cf the P.urian organ
ism, correcting iU diseased action, and restoring
it healthy vitalities. As consequence, cf thtbc
properties", tho invalid who ia bowrd dor ti' with
pain or physical debility u astonished to find his
health or cnerpy restorvd by a remedy at once to
dmple and inviting.
Not only do they cure tho evcry-dsy ronjplaint.i
of every body, but also many formidable ar.d
dangerous diseases. The agent below rained ij
pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac,
containing certificates of their cures and directions
for their use in the following complaints: ( e,.riu
wm, Teartbufn, Hcadacht aminj Jmiu iU$o r.V. e ti
Stomach, Xaima, Indigestion, Vani in and Mi rbiJ
Inaction cf th$ Bvu eit, h'tatuUiicy Lou vf Appe
tite, Jaundice, and other kiudrti comphints,
arising from a low state of the body or olstructiun,
of its funcuona. They are an excellent alteritivn
far tJl renovation of the Lluod and the rcstura-
I J"n..of toae and 8lxcCtli t0 the system debilitated
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
ron ins rat-id cene or
Ccughs, Colds, InAuenra, .Hoarscncas
Croup, Eronchiti, Incipient Consump
tion,aud for the relief of Consumptive
Taticnta iu advanced ttasca of the
6o wide ia the field of iu usefulness and so r.ti
rnerous are the cases of its eurrs, that thnet
every section of country abounds in per?ons put
licly known, who have been restored from alarm ii rr
ana even desperate diseases ef the lungs ly it
nse. When cnee tried, its superiority over eitry
other medicine cf its kind is too apparent to Cifare
Observation, and where its virtues are known, Lj
public no longer hesitate what antidote to emp.'ry
for the dutrct&ing and rh?neerous affertiona of tho
rulmonsry organs that arc Incident to our rlimate.
While many inferior remedies thrust pon tho
J community have failed and Utn dwear'ieo. trils
has frained frienda by every trial, conferred benefits
on the afflicted they can never forget, and pro.
duced cures too numerous and too remarkable to
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