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Itenilliiir .llnllcr on livery Vngt.
JOHN Hi ODEULY, Editor.
Sknaiok Andiiiiw joiinun h sixty
fix year old.
I.0UI8VIU.1: will colebnitc Mnnll Oras,
fir llio llrat Him", on the Oth of February
Xiitlilng U liuiiosslblo to hint who
will". Senator Jolnt'ou ha" proved It
Anky saya If he wuro lreli1ont now
he would send Ocn. Sheridan to the
frontier n he did In ISO".
Onu hundred iruti wire tired nt
l'uorla, In this State, In holier of Andrew
Johnson's election to the Lulled States
Tin: Woodlntll Is K'ttirlnirlii the Wct
t.a.t week die lectured at lllootiiliifrton,
In thU SUite, on "The Destiny ol the He-
Tin: .Tames hoys, members of the
Oad's Hill b.ttid, were born nnd raised In
Konttickyvnid left It at the opening of the
war, to Join tjuantreirs guerrillas.
Tint Monthly U'otern JurM for Febru
ary contains nn able article on "The
Railroad Legislation of IlllnoK" by It.
M. Hetijniiiln, of lUooinlngtoii, Illinois.
Ex-Gov. W.t. Dk.vnimi.v. of Ohio, who
occupied the gubernatorial chair of lil
lnto In the early years of the war, Is
mentioned a an available Kenublloan
candidate fur that ofllco next fall.
.Uir.r.SiiiLV.v,of Qulney, Is holding
eonrt at Chicago. He Is a good old ottl,
Innifcnt of wlekednc, wa hnluced to
visit a can-can cdablMiini'iit in that city.
The 7W6in'told on lllm, and he Is now
on the mygcil i-tlgo.
Ki:iioi:' eiiatobllllo reduce the price
of a Mngle berth In n keeping car to one
dollar, and a double berth one and a half,
I good. The "traveling public" will
call down iKiiedictlons on Senator Kt
lioe's head If begets (lie bill through.
Tun Springfield correspondent of the
St. I.ouU Globe complains that Scaker
Ilalnes is liecomlug more arbitrary hi ln
rulings cut.v day. The Globe corre
pt:dcut U a gentleman u ho U often af
flicted with worm, and lm had a severe
ittittk of them ever .inrK Fanner Halms
toi k the chair of the Uhim'.
Wi: itr lv.mi the . VMe UtgMtr tha.
Hon. 3!. Kiter. niperinteii'leiit of
icliouls hnbiotigbt a libel suit :ig.niit
tin liliiouiin.toii l'anUigntplt fur ,viblMi
hig a iKirngniph from the Kl I'a-o Juur
m', ubichmade the statement that .Mr.
Ktter vvcnld Meal everything lie could
lay hU his hands on, etc.
A PuoivigiTio.v to Mibmit an aniriid
ni, at to the Coii-tiliitliin of the I idled
States.iiiaking thcprc'Idetitlal term dx
year- and prohibiting a cltl.en from
holding the olllec more than one term,
wa defeated by the Ucpubllcjuis in ihe
IIoiim. All the Oemoeniti voted for It.
Mr. McuieuN voted against the proposi
tion, or was not in hii at.
Tm: judicial expenc of the
district ol North Carolina, in
year, were one hundred and thirty-nine
thousand dollar.., of which fifty-two thou
sand arc for inar.hals',l'ees alone. For
J.OIHC reason, ihe report from (his district
was omitted from the general report by
Attorney General Williams. An Investi
gation of the matter has been ordered.
Tut: l'corla Democrat mivh it is a devil
Ish outrage upon t lie law-abiding people of
Southern IllinoN Jn fact tiiKin the jc
ple of the State at large that no steps
have been taken by the State authorities
to W..M the ofllrer- of Williamson coun
ty In cubdulng the l!iilllnger-Heiideron
itbelllon. This Is true; and It Is a dev
UMi Miaine tliat the ofllcers of that coun
ty do not do thelrduty in the matter, and
at least attempt to bring the murderers of
tliat dark and bloody ground to Justice.
Mn. .lAiKij FACK.vr.v. of Canni. has en
dured the abu-eof .Mr. Albert It. Shan
non, of the same place, until his patience
has become exhausted. He therefore
nishe. Into print, and in a card ad
dressed to Mr. Shannon, say, In nib
stance: "Allow me to my to you, very
quietly, without any spirit of 'intimida
tion on my part, that If you do not dis
continue the habit you liawj fallen Into
of abu-lng me, I will whip the devil out
"1 yon." Mr. Shannon will probably
o-a-c from troubling nnd permit the irate
Mr. I'aekney to ! at rest.
Nr.M!AK A'h United State. Senator fleet
Is A lgernon Sydney Paddock, a native of
m. Lawrence county, N. V.. If vcar old,
of Puritan ancMry, and a dUtant relative
of Gideon WcIN, of Connecticut. ad Gen
eral ami Senator Sherman. Two vrarn
ago he was appointed Governor of Wyo
ming itirrltory, hut did notMTve. Mr.
ramioek is regarded as n fom-ervatlve
J.t publican, ami be was chosen us a coin-
promise between the opponents of ex
senator i iiayer, the Mionge,t ItepnblU
can candidate. Ho will succeed Tipton,
as- associated pre-s dispatch from
i narieMon, South Carolina, wiv :
Judge T. C. Maekev. Henubllejin. whn
was M-nt by (ion-nmr Chamberlain to
inycntig!ito the niviit troubles in Kdge-
i. 1 1 vi.uui, , nun iimiif n reiMirt. lu willed
he lays the blame chiefly upon the gross
abuses In the county government, He
declares that ".No EiiglMi-siieaklng peo
ple have been subjected to alike inilk tlon
fclne the Saxon wore tbn
collar." Ho 'nya that oflla-rii of the eol.
jiivu iiiiiuia navo been lu tlieliablt of call-
j uiu uieir men wnenever a personal
quarrel arose between white mill enlnri.il
men, and this In miIi of flic r-.u-t tint n.
Statu C;oii,tltui,m Wvta (0 he, .Governor i
ulono the power to call out Wo militia. I
iio recommend tiie Immediate disband
inent and dlviriiilnx 0r the mltitla. it Is
wild that Governor Chamberlain Mill act
upon this recommendation.
And thlH in tho face of Sheridan' ex-
maple in Louisiana. Gov. ChaiiilKriain
fchould proclaim all the white people in
nir. yeau or Jvnii.r.R.
Pope Pim Ninth has proclaimed the
Jubilee, nnd his triumphant abortion
two years ago, when, ehk nnd enfeebled,
he nlil he would not die until he had
proclaimed the Jubilee has been verified.
Thu pontifical Instrument was g!eii In
Home and ilated the 21lli of December,
1874, nnd Is addressed "to all the
patriarchs, primates, archbl'hops, bishops
and other ordinaries of places Having
grace and communion with the Apos
tolic See, and to all faithful Christians."
The origin of the Jubilee of the llo
maii Cntholle church Is traced to the
reign of Tope Ilonlfaco Eighth who insti
tuted it In the year 1300. During that year
the number of pilgrims In Home never
fell below two hundred thousand. As
Instituted by Ilonlfaco, the Jubilee was to
lie held every hundred years. Pope Cle
ment thu Sixth abridged the, time to fifty
vears. at the reoiicst of the Dcople of
Home, and his Jubilee In the year MM)
was attended by one million pilgrims, lu
1470, by edict of Paul the Second, the
Jubilee was ordered to occur every twen
ty-live yctrs. which has been the custom
ever t-lnce, with two exceptions ; In 1MX),
the Holy See was vacant and other
troubles " existed In the church;
in 1S50, the church was also
cnvcloied in troubles and the celebration
of the Jubilee was omitted. Now the
church Is also tinder a cloud, but the
Pope ha Usued his proclamation and the
year of Jubilee w ill be kept, though
not with Ihe outward observances
usuallv attending the occasion.
in Tin: l'oi.vr wi:i,i. jiahi:.
"The HarrNhurg (Saline county, Illi
nois.) CAnmfcJV," (uya tbc State A'rguter,
"makes lu point well a follows :
" 'The Cairo Hi'M.i:tin char.icterizes
the proposition toaboii-h the Normal
schools as rtpudlatlon of the 'contracts
made by tlx: State with the people of
Mel'aii and Jasksou counties.' How It Is
with .McLean wo do not know, but If our
meuiorv ecrves us rigid the contract with
'the p"ople of Jackxon' was 'repudiated'
some time since bv the refusal of theclty
of Carbondalu to iay tlie bonds voted to
secure the location of th; Nermal at that
The point Inot well made, an J the
.S7:re tttg'uter ought to know the fact.
Carbondalu nearly impoverished iLself
by the bids it made to .secure the Normal
school; and, anxious to be relieved of
the burden, the council got Into the
courts the question of the liability of the
city to pay the subscription the city had
made to the school. The circuit court of
Jackson decided in favor of the city, but
thu Supreme court reersd the
decision and required tin eltv
to Ma'iul by Its contract with
the State. If then the contract bind the
cliy, why should Ifiiot alo bind the
St;.teV "We will give von m many
bonds If you will locate a Normal school
in our city." said the people of Caibon
dale to the State. "Agreed," said the
State; and It proceeded to put up the
buildings and employ the faculty. "Now
p.iy the bonds," raid Illinois to the peo
ple of Carbondnle. "Wo will not; we
have received no legal consideration for
the bonds you demand," replied the peo
ple of Carbondale. "We will see," said
Urn State; audit aikcd the courts to du"
tide the question. The courts decided
against thu people of Carbondale,aud the
bonds must be paid. And now comes lu
Senator llurke, saying: "Let us abolish
the Normal school." We say: "No; the
State agreed with the people of Carbon
dale that If tliat city would pay certain
bonds the State would establMi
and maintain a Normal school at Car
bondale. Thu court says the contract is
binding as against the city, anil we hold
that It Is also binding as against thu
State." It Is a clear case.
llesldes tills, private Individuals gave
to the State the ground on which the
Normal building is located gave it to be
used lor a specille purpose. Can the
State now refuse to Maud by this contract
with the ground owners? Surely not
without paying them lor the land, and
tills Senator Hurko does not propose to
Wo do not believe the Chrcnielt made
1U point well, and we do not understand
how any honest iiernou can advocate the
proposition of the gentleinan from Ma
coupin. TIIK I .O CI.HIA X A illLsoTl'TI OSH .
The following are the resolutions
adopted by the Illinois House on the
Louisiana question :
Haoletd. Hv the House of Hi
tlves, the .Senate concurring therein:
1. That we protest against the Inter
ference by Federal authority, or Its eMI
or military olllcers, with the local affairs
of a State, except in the manner prcscrlb-
i-u u) me loiisiililliou oi tne united
States, anil for the causes therein named.
a. I nat we regard the growth of mill
tary inlliiPiice within the United States as
iraugiil Willi danger, and esieclally that
a military olllecr. should assume to die
tatu to Congress the laws to lie passed,
or to thu ('resident the measures to h
adopted; and we denounce the rpccoui
inundations of any oilier or the nriny
that Congres, or thu President should
violate thu Constitution nnd the laws in
order to place any portion of the people
of the United suites within the control
or the military.
t3; . 'j'at while we declare it to he the
right or all citizens of the United States
to be protected In their liberties, their
piojierty and their rights under the Con
stitutloii, we condemn all revolutionary
actions or lawless organizations among
the ix-opleol any Statu as dangerous to
iree institutions and in opposition to po
litlcal anil social order.
,'l','Pu1 w''r "-' President of
the L lilted States and his administration
ror ma iilaluliig ami upholding, by Fed-
no ,tf: Ku erovemmcnt lii op.
position to the will of the people as ex-pn-Med
at the ballot-box ; and especially
do we condemn the President for permit
ting federal troops to Interfere with the
organization of the Legislature of that
State on the 4th day of January, 187.V
eons derlng these aeU illegal, dangerous
Invasions of thu rights or tiiu people and
subversive or republican Institutions.
The carnival Is a festival observed In
most Catholic countries Immediately be-
lore the roiiMiHMircmi'iit nf I r.nt i.
celebrated III Hoinennd WulcuofKuron.'.
anil New Orleans and Memphlsol Anier
lea. with more parade than lu any other
cities. Its name aiguilles "farewell to
meat," and the festival Is alwavs observed
luring the hoveral days beforu Lent.
. vulval ; but It
as to tho orli'ln cf
has nrnlmbU- iini.i
I down to tu from the .SatiirimlUi of pairi'ii
Home. The celebrntlon of the cnrnlvnl
In Paris Is a grand mid magnificent
affair, as Is also that at Venice and Koine.
Huruigine procession oi ine caruinp in
Homo tiiu po)ulatlon appears on thu
route and nil engage lu casting bonbons,
llowcrs and confetti at each other. The
confetti nru Mimll pellets or lime dut
which scatter over whatever they rc
thrown against, giving to the object n
white appearance. Numbers of people,
wherever the carnival is celebrated, be It
hi America or Europe, wear masks, cos
tume themselves us hnrlciiulns, panta
Innii, mill iiitulittii1ln. rind ii.ar:ule the
IIUII3. .1111. . i . ,
streets with Inll.ited bladders at Inched to
short sticks, w lib which they adnilnlstcr
noly but harmless blow.
Ilpelhi(r from I.uini. i'nlnrrli, Ilron.
rlillN, iinuniilln- A Ylomlerlul
"rC- Itocur.siKH, N. Y., Jmi. 10, 1671.
It. V. PiKiicn. M. Huflalo. . V. :
l)K in Silt I had Millered rrom Cntnnli
in an aggravated form for about twehe
) ears aim lor scvcrul ye r fr'iin Jlroiic.u. 1
trouble. Tried iiimy doctoi" and things
with no hitlng benefit. In May, '7i, be
fomliiK neirly worn out Willi uxccmvc
Kill tonal laborsona paper In ew ci
City, I wm attjeked with llrcnddtls In a
severe loiln, mtterlng almcsta to:al Ijs ol
voice. I returned, lionie h. re, hut bad
beenbomc onlytMO weeks w.icn I was
complttelr prostrated with Hemorrhage
from Hie Lung, Inning four feicio blee.'
Ing Fpells witliln iwo weeks, ui.d first three
Inside of nine di. In the Septem
ber foll'tuliiff, I Improved suiUciciit
ly to he ab!u to tic about, though In a wry
feeblo t.ile. Mv llronchhd trouble rcmtlu
cd rnd tha Cut illi wus ti nf id worse th.in
before. Cveiy effort for rellif iccmcil
Irultlen. I se ined t be Ijritig KiouniJ
Ually. I continued In lids feeble tnt,
r.liloR biocd almost d.illy until about ihe
llrtt of Mnieh, '7.', when I beciuiu to bad
as to be cntln ly confined t the hoii'o A
irk ml mesitcl your remedies. Hut I
wksexirem dy skcpiicd lli.it tliey would
do incgooil, ns I had hot ail heart in rente
(Mes, aud bcll to lo..U up in ined:cinu an 1
doctor r.f'hdlscii t. Hi.ucer. lobtalned
ons of your Ircul r.J, and read it e ircfu ly,
from which 1 cnuic tithe c r elusion that
you undenteod your buhncj. nt lca-t. I
ilnally obulnrd a quantity of Dr. .Sice's
Citanh Itet.ielv. volir (lohlen Medl'.il
Discovery and PcJets, ami comtnciiced
ilefr fj;orom ue nc onilrg to illrccth in.
To ray surprise, I soon beiin to ltnpnc.
The Discovery and Pi llcts. In a sbort time,
brought out a sC ere eruption, wh'tii con
tluutd lor icveral week. licit much bet
ter, mv aniietitv Imnroicd. and l c.ilned In
strfiiirtli nnd flesh. In t me month- evi rv
estlgi ot tloCa'arrh was gone, the Itroli,
en lis n lu nearly iu-aieareu,aai r.o,outfii
whatcTer nnd I had entirely ee.icd to raise
blnod ; nnd, contl'iry to thu expectation of
Kiine of my In bids, lbs cute has run duel
permanent. I hive hail no muru Honor
rlKigis Irom theLut'g, and am entirely
f.c fromCitarrh, from wlrch 1 hadsmVureil
o riuch -ml so lou. The debt tf grt tudu
I owe far the blessing I have r ce.ed at
your Iitnils, knows no bounds. latnilnr
otishly mtbtleJ, from my cxpirience, that
your mcdlvltics wilt master tho wurst foims
ofthnt odlus (Utilise U. tarrh, as well as
Throat oLd l.uug Hisrnses. 1 h.ie recom
mcmlcd them to very tinny end sfcall cv.-r
peak fn their praise, (ir-telnt v our',
W.M. II. M'K.NCKIC
P. O IloxoV?. Itiilu'ster, '. Y. 1-2J
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Tnz IIci.lltix Is served to cii iilttcrlbvn by
Mtliful carricrt at Twcnn -Kite CcnU a Wk,
(layatle TtK-kly lly.Mall, (.n uJraiir-), 810 f.r
snuma; tlx months, S6; tlure 'iioiith.,, M; oi:e
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I'lisiilent Calni Jlulletln Company.
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m ... j x 4 d) . nsnx i-rvu iiiarrvi in Illy liKlliIit.
ami that I well be at Ihe following name'l nlncea
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llear Utek I'reelnrt. Cully K .MarehllUon
store, febmarr . 17S.
C l-ar Cr-lt 1'ieelnct, It. A. Hdmunson'a
store, Keliruury i3, IK7S.
'Ibebes Treeiiirt, J. li Itolwln's tlore, Feb-
,''",.,,'.K';J"clntt VVra' '"land's store, Feb-
KehmaVBT5r"lnCt, " ,lorB'
Kbnur?n fr?1"'1' N Hun,J,eUr' hou"-
Slareh 'irs."'1'' iloit" Atharton'a store,
mII'o" w-lI,f'e,l,fl, G,or-e W. Short's store,
llrlnx your hist year's tax rerelpts, nt It Is un
safe to trust to th. tai book. .Ion. orMiierb
lions or land, 1
Caiao, III,, Jknuaryil, W75.
v. , ,. ,, ai.i:x ii, mvi.v,
M-l-H.wM Dl.trlot Collector
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
,T?..,V.4 45!L .'K'i.nKfifKRi or, ix
. uiia.uu.i run I.Vi;ilYllOUY. n errrr
mnntr In the Unlts-l HUtA lnr. Vn'vU.. "K
fi-lby Die Publisher lo 41 pi" e2l
! L1l"M,i,0,,7 a.'U'"mVu,,,"t:1, 'wife, and I. sitllM
, woniteifu took ami a hotuehoM ii.cesily! It
nail, post laid, for J, l-.srlu.. territory
ffllMl. Alrttiilii rtwn 11. .H .1....1.1. J V"11"'
ri(U. A. AIIIIOH MP ii Ti'lV.w3rii
Spend Your Money
that )oii wil get It all Imrk In lesl solid com
lei ' by Intciuug It in ons or our
Evening Star 4
Knnioii for ftllnir out a wonderfully Stronf,
l'lwuant and Uniform lleat at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
eivcjltv,ln In nnncrriioMflri. Grisl-
ly tnnnnBcd, cnrcftilly mudo of tho
tmct Hintnilnltl nhffUVfl hflfl
llrat-rnto droit, nnd gu.trnutccd to
under nil circumstances.
ExooUloi- Munfaoturlnc Company,
012 ai. 1014 N. Main St. at Louli, Mo.
Orer -tathuti - Ubl's.
"XfON'K Imt t'lrit-Cla-'J &iniianie ir;r.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CAIiDEt , '
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City NV.ka&l Ekalc Building, cp-itahi.
The 01.leatI'T:'u'..Ved Ar-ncy in South
ern J. anon, rnpreseniiuf over
4 OA I..
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho cnr-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for Hhipment,
promptly intended to.
5.-"To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo nro prepared
to supply auy quantity, by tho
month or year, ut uniform rates.
CAIUO CITY COAL COMPANY.
V.'-lhilll'liy llro.'a uHlce, Ni, To oh in I tie
W'H.illiil.iy liiu.'a nliiiiiiju.it
i )-t i:K)itin inn, i-i
S rAt ihe .'oal Uuinp. I- ot ur Thirty -Klcbl
S 1"!' ni Ofllce Urauer, Vft
Coal and Wood Yard
OC '4MKKCIAL AVKHUH.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
STOVfD WO " 3D
KKPT constantly on hand at Itfiss' Ttl,
.. .. .."oinmerelal at.mn, uiiposllt nrns'
Coal anil tijwI ilslitned free ef chsrgs.
Terms sli cily h )llj.0.ml
Tow-Boat For Sale
Till'. MibxeilUr ofTeis fur sale Iht gleam
luii UK sitiM-V,i llnnt, lie llammilt.
nllb euKlnej, miclunerv, tacl-Ies, ai.iiarcl and
furnli.nt m Mie won lliw t faliu, III..
ller lriiKlh l HJ trt, her birattth .4 f-t, bur
Jsnlb a f;t anil n.eviiiiv. -.Tb tons, jlia has I
bolUnstfitt liiBz.uid)lneh)illani.ter, ahlih
tre.siiiiiifln,wiirlcylnileM IT'i laehesln
UaniHar iiuilurwt slot. 2 feral pumps 4 la
sjskIu diameter aiat 17 Isichra slriika and all
uiiMteinln.proi.inint,1i,j u , ,T,rv resuct
V..i i'fi' "a l0"0 and la tiU adltioB lor
naTigatlus,. for lertus apply to.
Camo, Ills , Noow , urj' uiir-ii'.
"Cniiiiealloiinbty tht hnst mianlnd
work of Ihe hind In llm World."
not i c Ks or mi: rnRss
Thn cv.r Incrradnff ctrculitlin ol till
nxetlleiit inolithly proe It cntlnurd
ndni Inn lo popular ilohlrei nnd nvedx. in
(b'id.ttben re- think Into how m ny lionie
It poiietrntu oo V IHOlllli, wrt tniliit cm
slder It tia one ot tin. ntuciitnr nt well ai
ciitTln'iicra f the publctuliid lor Its va-t
popularity htm boon w n by no n pi til lo
lipid ri'judlocn or dcprnvciltato. Ilos
I' (lie ho.
- tlmracl-r which this Musazltic Poh-
. I' furvAflo y.cntcrpri.e.arthtlc wealth,
nnd Itomrv culture Hint lu- kept pace Willi,
If It hn not led the time, ehoilld calino It
conductors tore): i tilt wilh liitllhblu com-
I laeci cy. It lu etit ties them 1 1 a grrnt
rliilm upon the public grtitltudc. Th
M;i irli.o his itone cond nnd not evil all
the iliye cr It life. tliooklyn Ijglc.
PoiUcc free to kubvciltiers lu the United
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An xtrn c py ol clihce the Mnpizliic.
Weekly or liair will be uppllei1 srulli for
i v ry club ol live HiVcrlb r at ?4 to eseli,
In one riniilt in e; or I ropiei b r JMU),
without eta copy; pottgc Iree.
U.ick nunibers cm be up lcd nt any
A i-oinpl te rt of HirperN Mairarlnr,
now romprldng 4(1 vo'tinii', In u nt eloth
blndlni:, lll be aent by i xple-, frMeht m
the rtpeti e f iirchi-rr. for ?i SS m r
oliimc Slnitl Milii'in !, by mill, po pild,
?;i oj. Clotn ciiM-., for biLdiiifc', cent-,
liy " nil, t otlp iid.
Jtrf'.Sows paper arc not to copy thin id
v nl'etiK'iit w thollt the c.pres ordori of
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Ad-lrcH ItAKI'KIt ,t UltOTHKHS N. Y.
Ayer's Cathartic PiUs,
For the relief
nnd cure of all
the stomach, lif
er, and bowels.
They arc a mild
aperient, and an
itive. Ilelns pure
ly tcpctnblc, Uicy
contain no rscr
i cury or mineral
serious sickness nnd eutTeriiiK l presented by
Uieir timely use; and every f.iinJy ahould
have them on band for their prelection and
relief, when required. Lowr experience has
proved thorn to be the safet. surest, and
best or all the I'ltln with uhleh Uie market
abounds. Jly their occasional use, Uie blood
Is purtlled, Uie corruptions or Uie system
pelted, obittructluna icmoioil, nnd the uhole
machinery of life rc.torol to lu healthy aetlr
Ity. Internal oriratu which becomo clomped
nnd ibiRifisli nre cleansed by Ajrr' I'llli,
and stimulated Into anion. Thus Incipient
ditcaso U chanred Into bcallli, the value of
which chance, hIicii reckoned on the vast
multitudes who enjoy ll, can hardly bo com
puted. Their Miir.ir-cnatinc mates Uiem
pleasant to take, and preserve Uieir virtues
unimpaired for any knptli of time, so Uiat
Uicy arc eicr fresh, and pcrfrcily reliable
Alllionsb scarcblnir, thry arc mild, and oper
ate without disturbance to the constitution or
diet or occupation.
Kull directions are riven on the wrapper to
each box, how tu uw tliem as a Kninlly rnytic,
and for Uie follow big complaiuU, wliicb Uiese
For IfyaprpalM or lssdlcallon, ,lit
Irunm, k.Hiiruor, and I.om at Aniie.
tltr, they ahould be taken moderately to
Umulalc the stomach, and restore its healthy
tone and action.
For 1.1s s-r Complaint nnd Its virions
symptoms, milium llruilMclsr, Nick
If ruiltsrhr, Jtuuiiillcr or SUrrrn Mirk
nru, lllllaua Colic and Illllous fr
v-ra, Uiey should Ijo Judicinutly taken for
each case, to correct the diseased action, or
remove the obstruction which cnute It.
tor ISy.rnlery or ninrrbuets, butona
mild doe Is Kenernlly lequlred.
For Iliii-uiiitiiMm, aViout, 3ravrt,
Ilpllllnn of fist- llrurt, Ptsln In
ttiti Mlilr, lliscli. nnd aVolns, they should
be continuously taken, as repaired, to change
tho diseased action of the system. With sucb
change those complaint disappear.
For Dropsy nnd Ilrnjulrul Nfrrll-ln-i
they should be taken in large and fre
quent doses to produce Uie effect of a dratUo
For Hnripri-ialnn, a large dose abonld be
taken, as It produce the desirid effect by
As a 7liitT 'If, taVooneortwo 'Ills to
promote digestion, and relieve the stomach.
An occasional doso stimulates Uio stomach
and bowels, restore thu appetite, and Invigor
ates the system. Henco It is often advanta
geous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often Hnds that
a dose of these fllli makes him feel decid
edly better, from their cleansing and reno
vaUng effect on Usa digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. AYEB U CO., Practical Chemlita,
IMWKLL, HASH., V. B. A.
ton sxtx nr all DncoouTs rviBrwnasa.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Tor Povcr and Auo. Intormlttont Fa
vor, Chill i'over, llemlttont Fovor.
Dumb Aguo, teriodloal or UUIooa t'o
vor. &o., and Indeed all tho aOeeUona
whlon ariae from malarious, m-rsh. or
mlaamaUo polaona. ' '
"T" No one remedy Is louder
JV called for by the necessities
Mtr of tho American people than
Hr j a suro and safe cure for
JH-p Teireranil Ague. Such
M we are now enabled to offer,
m with a perfect certainty that
It will eradicate tho dlscnse, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from its use in any quantity.
Tliat which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of Immmso tervico In the
communities where It prevails. I'rti tnlion
Is better than cure j for the patient escapes tha
risk which ho must run In violent attacks or
this baleful distemper. TIiI"Cuiie" expels
Uie miasmatic poison of 1'erer unit .iguei
from the system, and prevents tho develop,
ment of Uie disease, If taken on the first
approach of Its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
oUicr ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain euro of Intermittent. Is, that It contains
no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro.
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon Uio constitution, Thosii cured
by it are left as healthy ns If they had never
had Uie disease,
aVes-r unit ,tgim Is not alono the con
sequence of tho miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arlso from lis Irritation,
among which are JVrurulglu, Ilbenmis
tlsm, Clout, llriulucbsi, lllludurM,
Tootbucbr, Kuruchr.Cuttsrrh, Asth
ma, -tlplt.tlon, lMlnf-l AftYcllon
oflbci Nplrrn, llystns-lcs, JPuIn In sbei
Ilnnrls, Colic, Ptsrislysls, and dcrango
ment of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating In this causo, put on the Inter
mittent type, or beeorno periodical. This
"Cl'Mi" expels tho poison from tho blood,
and consequently euros them all alike. It Is
an Invaluable protection to Immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
Uie malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or dally whllo exposed to Uio Infection,
Uiat will be excreted from the system, and
cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to
ripen Into disease, Ilenco it Is even more
valuable for protection than cure; and few
will ever suffer from Intermittent If they
avail Uiemselvca of the protection this rem
For Mver Complaints, arising from torpid.
Ity of the Liver, It Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver Into healthy nctlvlty,
and producing many truly remarkablo cures,
where other medicines fall,
Dr. J. O. AVFIl CJO., Lowell, Ml.,
Praettcal ana AnnlyUeot Ohtntttl,
KD BOLD ALL ROUND TUB WORLD.
IjlOlt thn epeHy elite of f-cliilllnl Vrukue!.
J. Lost .Mitnhiiod nnd all disorders bioil.nl
nhy Indiscretions or excess Any Druggist
Iiuh Ihe Ingredients.
, .,AA,rtM "r. E. HILTON A CO.,
l-ll-dw.lv . Clntlnuati, Ohio.
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