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Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Agsue Intermittent Fe
ver, Chill bevc-r - emittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fao
ver a&., and indeed all the affeotions
which arise from mrlarious, matsh, or
No one remedy Is louder,
of the American people than
a sure and safe cure for
Fever and A.pr. Such
we are now enabled to offer,
with a perfect certainty that
it will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of immense service in the
communities where it prevails. Prevention
is better than cure; for the patient escapes the
risk which ho-must run in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This "CURE" expels
the minasmatic poison of Fever and Ague
from the system, and prevents the develop
meant of the disease, if taken on the first
appr6ach of its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Interrlttents is, that it contains
0o Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other inj:uriona cffects
whatever upon the constitution. Those cunred
by it are left as healthy as If they had never
had the disease.
Fever and Agae is not alone the con
sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great
rariety of disorders arise from its irritation,
among which are leuralgla, URhenma
tism, Gout, IKeadache, Blindness,
Toothdchre, Earache, Catarrhb, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection
of the Spleen, lIysterics, Pain in the
Bowels. Colic, Paralysis, and derange.
ment of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the inter.
mlttent type, or become periodical. This
"CuRa" expels the poison from the blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. It is
an invaluable protection to immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing in
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or dailywhile exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and
cannot accumulato in sufficient quantity to
ripen int# disease. Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than cure: and few
will ever suffer from Intermittents if they
avail themselves of the protection this rem
For I3; er Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimnlating the Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fall.
Dr. J. C. ATER R& C(., Lowell, Mass.,
Praoefeal wad Anatical Chemists,
AND BOLD ALL ROUND THE WORLD.
HENRY ST. JOHN.
N. L 3IcGINNIS, - - Proprietor
LIVER'. SALE & STAGE STABLE
Jackson, between 2d and 3d Sts.
HORSES, BUGGIES, IIACKS AND
IHarness always on hand for sale or
hire at reasonable rates. Horses board
ed per mouth, lday or single feed. A
line of Hacks leave thealBve stable on
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS for Red River Landing, via.
Moreauville and Simmsport, making
close connection willthe Mail steamers
R. E. LEE, FRANK PARGOUD and
NATCHEZ, up and down.
A comfortable Ilack, pair of horses
and careful driver always ready at the
above stable to convey persons to the
Sulphur Springs, Iiarrisonburg, Nat
chitohees, Many, Leesville or w herever
they wish to go, andl at rates to suit the
times. I GUARAN'TEE SATISFAC
TION, ; NL, IcGINNIS,
"May 5-:ly.-. Proprietor.
P LAN 'T E IR !
TITI11 FINE AND THOROUGH BRED
Stallhion will stand and make the
Spring season of 1875, in Alexandria, La,
at the Excelsor Stable.
Got by Planet. First dcam Lark by Lex
ington. Second dareLaunra White by Im
ported Gluencoo. Third dam Salty Shan
non by Woodpecker. Fourth dam Groey
Maria (also dam of Darkness) by Sir Rich
ard. Fifth damt Lucy Clarke by Ogles'
Oscar. Sixth dam by Impdrted Knowlsliy.
Seventh d a m by Imported Diomed.
-[Bruce's Stud Book 1873.
PLANTER is a chesnut, fooled in 1871;
stands 15 hands three inches; good bone
and fine form.
Twenty-Five Dollars the season and One
dollar to the Groom. Not responsible for
accidents. N. L. McGINNIS,
Proprietor Excelsior Stable.
April 28, 1875-tf.
KEEPS COSITANTLY ON HAND
the BEST of
WINES &a IQUORS
zVERY DoSC ERIPTION
$5 P tb g) PER DAY. AGSENTS
S wanted. All clasaes o
worlkeg penople of both sexes, younng
and old, make more money at work for
us, in their own localities, during their
spare reoiments, or all tilhe tithe, than at
any thIang else. We offer employment
that will pay handsomely for every
hour's work. Full partleauars, teo;rs,
&c.,. sent free. Send us your addresa
at ones. Don't delay. Now is the
time. Do't look for work or bauinA
elsewhere,.uitil you have learned whart
we offer. G. STIrSao- 4 Co., Portland,
DR, WM, M, THOMPSON
DESPECTFULLJY Iro¶liMf) THRE
, people of Rapides 4 ~es .has
permanoritty;? totked j Alibiandria,
and is prepared t" pri.ee his profes
sion in Town and sorronindg neigh
borhood. special attention given ~d
all.Surgical anrd Obstetrical operations
arnd treatment of all ,Chronic diseases.
.a. ,djoining Judge Mlanning's on
J. LEVIN, N
-and - B
SSAMII 1001. I
IS. L i. nTolY & C I IY
HAVING PURCHASED THE MIL
linery Store of the late Mrs. C.
Sullivan, situated on
SECOND, corner of JOHNSTON St.,
respectfully inform the pnublic and pa
' trons of the establishment that they
will continue to carry it on in the same
style and line of business. They have
3 already replenished the stock of goods
r and materials, and continue to keep
t LADIES FASHIONABLE DRESS-GOODS
OF ALL STYLES.
l In fact everything kept in a first-class
Fashionable Ladies' Furnishing Store.
e TERMS MODERATE AND CASII.
now fully pre
)pared to saw
and deliver the BEST OF LUMBER,
in any quantities and with dispatch.
His facilities for filling bills are unsur
passed, aind he solicits a share of the
TERMS MODERATE AND CASH.
Orders left with WM. HUST.MYRE,
Alexandria, or G. W. BOLTON, Pine
ville, will meet with prompt ATTEN
) i NEATLY DONE
AT THIS OFFICE
ON MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
p LEVIN'S BOW,
Sstock of Fine -
. Calf Skin and
Morocco a l
i ways on hand. REP1ARtNG DONE
[ WITH NEATNESS andDISPATCOR
- LEE ST. =-***
NEAR BAPTIST CHURCH;
SO.30"ECA P.& RTAILE
Dry Goods and Groceries
Special JUNK Store !
BEESWAX, TALLOW and WOOL!
AND ALL KINDS OF
FCOR> CAS AS.
CHEAP CASH STORE!!
LEE and FOURTH STS.
H AS JUST OPENED, AND OF
fers to all alike at the cheapest
CASH RATES, a complete and well
selected stock of Merchandize, suita
ble for Town and country consumers.
e of all kinds, shades and textures.
LARDa) ndl BUTTER.
PICKLES, JELLIES and JAMS.
Cr dc s.ery
WLLOtW & TIN & tZ..
In fine this establishment aims to snuit
and please all, and will keegp every
article appertaining to a first class
1i TERMSI :--Very CIIEAP, but
I strictly for CASH Il !
WALTER J, SMITH
G-ieP s 0. Smnittha
BRICK - MASON
- and -
B SUGAR KETTLE SETTER
V to all wcrk en
trusted to him in the
SRAPIDES, AVOYELLES and GRANT
EP ORDERS through the POST OFFICE
at ALEXANDRIA will meet
with prompt at
E " ardcware
(orner of Second and Murray Ste.
Gb. R. WATERS,
LL FURNISH AND SELTAUM..
Sr to p.rtie at the LOWE
iO ,000 EIEDIT
Ealways on band at the LUMBER Y"ARD
in ALEXANDRIA. For seeaW
-: terms maply to
1. LZevin, .d eA git.
* JOB PRINTING.. ,
FUNERAL 0 ARDS,
CAR DS, &r~
' . :, .
'I'IIIS O< ....
N1E 1LEW :EAN .
NOTICE to PLANTERS. I
THE TRADE: ENGINE!,'
SHELL OF BOIbiER IN ONE sOLID
PIECE OF WItOUGHTIIT ON
AND DOUBI;E RIV
PRTCES IN NEW ORLEANS.
Four horse power.............. $400 in
Six horse power.... .. ... ...... 500 p:
Eight horse power....... ....... 600 te
Ten horse power.......... ..... 000 n
H, Dudley Uioeman & Bro,
FLOV R 1/IT L:L S
CORN MILLS, SAW MILLS, MILL
STEAM ENGINES,, COTTON GINS, t
COTTON G I N FEEDERS
and GENEIRAL MA
No. 12 UNION STREET, a
NEW ORLEANS. t
THE. ItIP1:OVED g
Ohilled Iron Firo Plates
LEXELS A LL OTIIER COOKING
s tores InoW in. the mllarkcet. The
CHILLED IRON FIRE PLA\TES which
are (NLY used iu IBU(CK'S IRILLIANT' 1
will last at least five tine's lo;h gr than t
anly ordiniry c::.t iron phiats nsedl in all
other stovcs. Ie" surlo ittl buy 1n011 but t
THE IPRflCVD -BUCL.'S :i';iuLNT,
E verlv l II.I.IANT Ptove is ,:; rnt;ted to
give entir S TI 1"(' \'TI'ON or
thi, MONi -Y rLtuilll!rdc
.3000 C'ooIieiig al: tlea'th;:g Stoves
nil 1 hich1l, wIihih w' ! l? stchd at MaIni fIC
F TLART?.ST FACTORcY IN TIH-E
(OT;'1i of P'L;AIN nd I.JAPANNEI) TIN
-WARiE-sohl belo'w St,. Lujis or Now York
prices. J )alcr in all kinds of HOUSE
FURNISHIING GOOD)S at wholesauleand
No.49 CAMP ST.,
p'Sole agent for the RINGEI WASIT
166 G AVIIEI and 17 UNONTi1EETS,
NEW ORLEANS. -
CHAS. 0. JOTINSON, 0. B. CBURCTILL
Proprietor. .: Managet. I
WTILL FURNISH EST'IMATES AND
T Plans, and contract fo7 the coii
struction and erection of all kinad of Ma
chinery. Manuifacturers of ".....
COTTON PRESESES and COTTON GINS.
5&ANaUFACTURERU' AGENT FOR
SBlake's Steam Pumps, " .
SBaxter's Porftable Steam Engines, .
SShalpley, 8team Engines,
traub's Corn and Wheat"Mills,
N, Y. Rubber Co. Belting,.
iHose and Packing.
A large stock aliwayson- hnd, whieh we
will supply to the trade at maunfactrores'
prices, Also agents for '
READING IRON WQRKS,
A full sanpply or their iaipes and Boiler
S .Tubes in Store
Dealers in PIP'E FITTINi S X1RA8
GOODS, MAColIntST'~#a<ind kEN..
£" Beend for Illnstastd Cat a 1ogu$ and
Good Tea a Lst
I ": I " 031 T .A. .
COUNTRY TEA N118
lea by' M owW
.E . . 40.
D Z-- . . . -
OF C 1 :Pnz9 pric&I
pi a d
::~: iri aigh~atoraoeh
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