Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, August 02, 1865, Image 4

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    tou pumrYiNG' the BLOOD, ; ,-
1 ?rtieipcedy cureoltljc following c.iuipluiiita
.'-l-j nnd irfnlu A- liana. ncl
-i " imir. Iy'lrrr, orc. Irruption
--'!-. fululr. IIIt:h-x, Uuiiw
Ji.rius, nnd nil Skin lir.aa.
Oakiaku, Inil ., tkii Juu. l5t.
. Aver Co. (.wit: I feel it my duty tf. uc
"ii.;e what vuur Sairparii:a has iioi-? fr ma
: inherited- a Se.'otul.iHS iiilectiou, 1 liiivi
ec. from it ia various ways lor years. S::n
t burnt out in L'iccrs ou iny hautU anil on:.-
... ::::n? if. t 'ir licit inward and lii.dresseil mo rf (hi
.cm li. Two year njrn it brok out on tny liefit
d i i cred niv sca'p anil ears with one M:e, wliic-1
. - .ai.iiul aiid luatlisome beyond description. .
iriai.v wedieim-s and Mveral physician, I1"'
:tt.4!iit iii'.ii:ti relief trnta nnyt'iin-. "In In.-t. l!i
. omcr jituw wow. At length 1 wm rejoiced, ti
.-Mi Ui trio Gospel Jlis-eugor litttt you had pr pr.rct
in n tcrative .sar.-ai in iilu', tor I knew fioui you:
recitation that aiirt.iin' yon niude rnii"t le pVrtxl
I -cut to Cincinnati and got it, nnd used it Lui ii
Mred Hi''- I took it, t you HilvUe, in small Unkes eil
5 t'.r--Muiii'ui over a tnoiitli. and used i.hno-t thru
i 'ti.es. NVwauil healthy fcktn soon bi'V'Jii I ) dim
:r lurtiie cub, which alter a while. le.il oil". M
.kin is now cIchj. and 1 know by my Ieliu,rs ti:iv
:h- ilinciifij has;.".i'e ti"om my system." Yon can wet
.-':. -ve that I fe! what 1 urn savin;; vhii I tell v uu
: ;it I hold you to t a one of the upon lea of tLe. uga
and remain t-ver trrutelullv. Your-",
.ALFRED li. 1ALU:V.
Si. Anthony' i"ire, Hosn or S'ry iirln
Teller and Hull Itheiim, frsttil llc
rtin-jworin, forr Kyw. Iripv. :'
Dr. Hubert M. Treble writes from enlem, X. T, .
12.ii Sent.. V'i), tlmt ho ha cured an iuietcrati
t.i-? of timpsf, which threatened to terminate t':i
t;;!!y. by the p-M-eveiina use f our Sartftpuriti-t
iiid' alvni dangerous Mttiignattt Frrxipetis by laiyi
i; -.- of the sune; ays La cures tL.u tvUiuiou l.wjp
turn by il constantly.
Uroiii'hocelP Ci:tr or S-.-rrll: 1 IV -!.
' t tilciii Moan, of I'ro-pect. 1'eMi:;, writes: Tiirci
hct! of your iai3i:Brilla cured me froia a Coitr
:i hideoii rueliiui; on the lucck, which 1 LtaX sut
tered fioiu over two y tars.''
I furerrhira or Whiti. Ovnrinn Tumor
I'l'rii?e l'lcfr:ilioii, l''it:ilr Iip:mr
lr. J. It ?i. Chnuniiijr. of Xcw York rty, writer
1 most cheerfully con ply with the reijuurt of v;u.
r. jt nt in tauif f have found your arsiipuria.i i
ii.o-t esceiieiit alterative in the numerous eota
j-Uiit.t lor which we employ such n reinfr!'.", Int
-;i-cia!ly in ftman liise'ist of th .i3rotuldiii
t.iuthesia. 1 have cured ninny inveterate ca.-e? ol
I. ui.ori lirra by it. and pome "where the eompliiltr
w:i cuu ! Iiy ulceration of the tr'Tin. The u; r
ii'em itr-eU' was fot.n cured. NoTlii;i within in?
kiiowltueeua'cit lor these luinia'e iteiaiigeuieii'ui.'
Edward S. Marrow, of Xewbury, Ala., writes
"A uanperous oriiritui tumor on oi.e of the tetuule:
in i.'v lamily, which Imd deril all the remedies w
wiu'd emptor . has at length leen connit rel' curnt
by --our F.xtract of Sa'mipnrilJ.t. Our phvsiciat
tho'VCht i. oil. in a but cxtiipulion c.vild a?oid ruiii-t
but Ue ud.i-ed the trial of your Sa aji.iri!!a as th
liit report before cutting, and it i roed efiertuut
Attnr tatinjr your remedy uight weeks no fyini lia
ol the di-ea.-e ii inaiu.s.'1
NjphiliM Mini .tlrrriiriiil lii?ar.
,iv Orlkanm, i"it!i Auuust, lCT.
Vr. J. C AVEit: .Sir, 1 cheerfully comply witl
the reiiuet of your l.gent, and report to you 6oni
ol the eject 1 have reuli.ed with your SaraapariU.l
1 have cured with it.iM my practice, most of tin
rouiplaitit for which it is recoinmendeil, and haw
f.iiiid itn efiec" truly wonderful in tno cure ol
I'tiierenl nnd Mercurial Iviifuse. One of my jm
tiei.ts hud sv.hilitic uicers in hit!iroat. which wen
roiiMiiuiii his palate and the top ot liii mouth
Your Sariipariiia Mvadily taken cured him in fiT
w ";s Another wt ttackeil bv neconilary symp
ton.- in his no-e, and the ulceration had tateu away
ii ci.ii-idi'iab!e part of it, co that I tw-Iieve tho (lis
i ni. r would von reach bis brain and kill him. Hut
t vii.'.-il to ruv ailm: nit nation ofyour i-aroaparillU'
tn. uieei s ht a:ed, tiud he well nain, i.ot of coursi
wi.l.iHii -oi'ie iiiii n ation to his lace. A womat
v.-h i i..:(! bom treated (orthf fame disorder Lv mer
nirv j' rutiennz lrom this poison in her hoii'.-i
i'hev nad become so sensitive to the weathertlmt or
a damp day tiie fullered excruciatins pain in hei
jo.n:. and bone? Jdie. too. whs cure l entirely 1
our Siirnparll'a iu a few wetkn. I know from it;
'.ruiu:ii. wlucii our npeiit gave in", that thii
i'rcpai -tiioii tiom'your laboratory must b a Kr-'
liiir.dv: onii-oijiiehtiv, these truly reraarknb'e r
si.:ts w it )i it c net surprised me.
, Fiati iONlly your, o. V. LARIMER, il. V.
Rhrnmntimn, tiout, I.irrr Comrhiint.
1 iit irtavi'SCK, fieston Co., Va., i'l!i July, lsf.-J
!.:; .!.'. A vm: Sir, I have been a tT'.icted' wi !i i
r-i 'J' eliui.ne .Vet)"ji'M., for a lonjr time, w hicl
. i u li e id-ill f ph' sieians, and stuck to me it .
, ..- t.l a'i the rtmedieii I could lii.d. until I tri
ir aiap:irilia. one l-ottie eii'iil me in twi
v.-. utj.l required uiy jreiieral bealtii o mucl
!.: t I 1.1:1 tar b:ti--" T.hun beior I nil? atlaek.-d. .
ti-;.. it u woinleriu! inccliciue. J. FREA?t-
.'i;t Y. Outch.jt!. of St. I.oui. writes: "I tiav
be t; auliule.i liir yeu with an af'rcti"i o lh- I.irer
:. i, ii c.-.-troyed niv health. 1 tried everything
n or t!i:t:ir fit Jed to relieve me; and I havi
rt a 1 i..l;-ii-down man for i-oine years from n
'i -r csiiM than rt-rmujrmtmt f the J.ivcr. Mj
! '..i d J a tor, the Kev Mr. Espy. ndvied me ti
trv i oar St:riapa-i!ia. hecauje he 'aid he kuew yon
nd :i!ivthin you iiu.Jj was wonli tr in. Iiy t,b
iile-siiiij of tioil ir has cuied me, and has so pur;ie(
nr. biood as to inar?e a new maw of rue. I f-el youii)
s iimi. The be-t tbat cau be t:,id of you tiol Lai
-r.-rJ euoujh."'
ii lirrn. C'anrfT Tumor, f nlnraeuient
H Ici r ijion, C ttric.4 mill E.l )iitiliou ol
the SJciiri.
A ?r at variety cf cans tuive been rf-ported to u
where cures of these formidable complaints lia?
resulted from the use of tliis remedy, but our i-pac-bero
will not adm't them. Some of them may b
fo'itid in our American Almanac, wh.'ch ths a :ent
i.eiow nnmed are pleased to lurnich gratis to aJl win
eaii lor.them.
Iysprpia. flpn t TO i rise, Kits, Kpilcp7
.tli-l.tuclioly .Vuralgia,
Many rGinarkab cures of tiic aliectloiis hat"
I -en made by the a'.terative power of this medicine
It stimulates the vital functions into viorou" action
and thus overcomes disorders which would be sup
posed beyond its reach. Such a remedy tins loii
bt-on required by the necesijith'S of the people, am
we nre confident that this will Co tor thuiu all tha
niL-dicine can d j.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
rOK. THE CAP1D CTRE Off
l ouilm, 'old. InfliiciiT-.n, HonriM-ncM
Croup, Iti oin !iiii, lui ipiei' t .'u .
iusitiiii., for tU ffteTscf
of on-liiiipiivc l'nricutt
in n.lvaiifH-i" iltiii(r
of Clio Dio'iisf.
TliU If a rcme 1y so universally known to Fiirpas
any utiier lor theeureof throat and lun?comphuuU
that it is- tre!v here to publish tlis evidence of it
virtues. It-i unrivalled i xcel!nce for coughs ant
colds, a'ul its truly wotidi rfut curi-s of pulmonar
ui.-eoe. have m-ide it known throughout the civil
ie.l natioTis of the earth. Few are the communities
or ercn famihe, tmonp them who bavo not iom
per-onal eyperiir.ee of its eAecls soma livin
trophy in tinir midst of its victory over the subtl
And dangerous disorders of the throat and luiifji
As ail kuo.v the dreadlul fatality of these disorderi
and as they know, too, the ellecls of this remedy
we need not do more than to assure them that it i.a
now all the liinus that it did have when makiii
:he cures which have won so strongly upon til
jonlidence Of mankind.
Prepared by Er. J. C. AYE2 & Co., Lou-ell. Slasi
ttr. fir A. v
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PILLS,
A m vr f ii'.inr Anti.V te f r Ei.4. lift-!- j
i.-lie, L.pei.-i i. 1
Liv.r Ceitpl -lint,
t and Asui!.
t'o.'t.r-n'-.-,
. r, i
U.U4UCM, Xears:i!.i...i-,
i tmv.-ii hi
I'isur
i. 1 stcmaf ii. I'cmnio
v ...
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7i
3 cts.
'if
WILEOH S PIL1LS are tinlrersaVy a-
Ude-1 b to the l.-est now in two. A j a Kamilf
;. :nf.tli.v ar r.ai tici.tar! v rKimc;?n(1i-I-5!n-.pJ
lunuluM, t.ut hifihly wxii' iaal ia thoir rr.m
1 iii.it: ic. OttO Till de, with mil 1 lut rer
Uiae:T,t. The rbuit loan ao-I the rthrstac! il l
- tUeui Vk, witl Try assunmca cf entire
... r. V itli WilsnS Pills, erery S!i tbr ir.
I he land beevia.v her o rn ph;.-ii inn. Th-y li
I
,t-1 tlicine!.-fs a s?e Trie aui staui w...:o u :
,;..t i'..r the fallow ia? a!Tcrti'Uit
IIKABACIIE, SETCB Sc AGl'E,
lir.lUAC Sli:, FEVER & AGIIA,
rYsrrpsTA, iivek coxplaist.
DYSPEPSIA, IIVEr. COJIxLAEST.
Coitiveness, Biliouitueis, lVeuraJfji
Costive-no;, Biliousness, Kcuralgi
Boli ty Irujgista & Derdera cvorjrwhei
rr.Er.tnKD bv
B. L. TAniTESTCCK & CO.
Importers & Wholesale Druggists
ITo. CO, coTTior Vi'ood (tad 4th Sta.
PITTS3U3GH, FA.
t'.'T. v? rr.'iTFS or
.: B. L. Fiii.ieaior-Vs Vftrn.ifjfle.
Scrofula, or King's Evil
p i tor.sauitior.al tlisic, n eon ttt-.ion of th
)icoil, by ivl. ivh tiiis iliiid hfcoiiie-.s vltiut.-il
'tak, a:nl jioor. liciti ia the in illation,
XTvatbis the whole b.dv, ami may Lui'st nU
n disease on a;iy jinrt d' it. No on.m is fre
ron; ils attacks, uur is th t- otio Avliich it tun;
to: de.-.tny. '1 lie scrofhloai tuiut is vn::rtt-V
-titscil ly liurcitrial (lipase, l.nv HviiiL', tlis
irib rc il or tinbcaltliy fo.l, iniuie air, iil'.l
in:l filthy l.ubits, the tlt'prc-siir vices, s.ni
ibovc all, by the vcjicTtil inlVctioii. What
vir be its origin, ic is hereditary i:i the cjii
titutioti, ilcsceinlii: " ftota I'll tents tn -iii!L-ei
into tl.ethiiil ;:i:d l'oui ;li !; :i' tatioti ;" nuked
t s-'cras to be the- rod of I IIni whri'tsttys,
r.ll vi.-it Ihc iniquities cf the latl.crs unoi
ll'.ir children."
Its t fleets C'jti-.mcncc by 1- jjOs-.-on from th
?00d of t(i l'ii;)t or uleetolts Ii.ti'tif, l.ieli, ii
lio lungs, liver, nnd internal organs, is teituec
tiberel' .s; in the glands, swt-i.ins; :md cr
lie bin face, ertij.tioiis of sores
1 his foul t or-
nption, which i iuLr; iti the blood, d- t.r sti
be energies of life, f o that MCtvfnlotts tonstitrt
ions not only futicr irOni f-eret'ulous ciin
i'uints, but they Lave far lest power to with
land the attacks of other diseases; eo:ise
jueiitly v.it numbers lieiili by tli-onlvr:
tTiieli, although not scrofulous in tsSiir nature
;ve btill r( ndercd fatal by this taint in tin
Tsteni. iNlost of the consumption wbieh de
:imrttes thr linninn family bus; its origin direc t! j
n this scrofulous t out animation ; tind man
k-s-lructive dis as: s of the liver, kidneys, b-. aai
.rid, indeed, of nil the organs, arise fio:a ot
re ;i:;gravatcd by the snrne cause.
One quarter cf till our people are rrofulous '
Loir prMM nre invaded by this lurking in--ctioti,
and their liealtli is itudermiiied by it.
"o cleanse it from the ; y.-tern we mu-t renovatf
ho blood ljy on alterative jnedicine, mil in
iorate it by healthy fund and exercise.
ucli a medicine wc sutMily in
AYE ITS
'on.panrid Extract of SarsnpariIln,
he most i iTe.-ttml remedy wliieli the niedieal
kill of otir times can devise for this eve ry
vhero prevailing nnd fatal malady. It is coin
ined front the most active remcdials that have
eeit discovered for the expurgation of this f m:
.isortler from the blood, and the rescue of the
ystcnt from its dostrtietive consequences.
It-nce it should be tmployed for the cure ol
lot only Scrofula, but also those other a flee
ions which arise from it, such as UncrTivi
nd Skik DtsEAsr.s, St. Asthoxv's Finn.
lost:, or EavsiiT.LA, I'impt.ks, I'istvi.ps,
Ji.otouks, lii.Aixs nnd 15oii.,Ti"moi:s, Tr.TTi.it
nd rjALT llui.i:, Scai.u Hkap, IIingwoiim,
tllKLMATISM, SVI'HII.ITIC Sll'.d M I'.ltCl" it I AI. 1 IS-
.asls, Dnoisv, Dvsi-nrsiA, Dicitn.nv, and,
-tideed, au Comi-laixts arising mow Vitia
ed on iMi-unn 1!looi. The popular belle!
a ' impurity of the biood" is founded in truth-,
Dr scrofula is'a degeneration of the blood. The
articular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
illa is to purify and regenerate this vital tluid,
i-ithout which "sound health is impossible h:
ontaminated constitutions.
Ague Onre,
FOIl THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Intermittent Fevtr, nrFtvrr mid Atrtie.
lemitteiit I'tver, C lilll Fevtr, IiiinL
tt;ne, ferioil irnl Ilrnilui lie, or TiiHous
leniluelie, anil Itillon-i Kcvers, Indeed
or t lie liolc clns of el in cm es oriel im t
iifj in biliary ilei-n ntimtii t, cmiticil ly
.lie Itlalarla. uf ?ilasiiu t ic Countries.
V.'eare enalleil here to offer the community n
cmedy which, while it cures the above complaints
.itii certainty, is still perfectly harmless in utn
uantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in district
i:herc thc-e alViictin tiisonb rs prcviiil. '1 his
Ct'itB" os pels the miasmatic poison cf Fr.vitu
.NT) AGUE frorsi the systetn, aiid pre vents the tle
clopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
noach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not oi.ij
he best re tneily ever yet discovered for this ela-s
f complaints, but also the cheapest. The large
uantity we supply for a dollar brings it within tnt
each of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
.VER ami Atit.'E prevails, every bo.lv should
live it and u-.e it freely both fur cure and proicc
ion. 'AKreat superiority of this rnaeily over nv
ither ever discovered for the ppiei'.y and rcrtt.ii
nre of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
ir mineral, conscijuently it p-roduccs no quinism 01
ither injurious eficcts whatever upon the tonstitic
ion. Those cured by it are left as Leal thy nsi:
hev had never had the disease.
l'ever and Ague is not alone the consequence o.
he miasmatic poison. A preat variety t f diMr
lers arise from its irritation, among which ar
eurn7i i, Khetii(itisr, Gout, Il. titUirhc, lUin'l
test, Tovthavti,', Earache, t'otarrh, Aifhmn, l'nl
riiation, l'ai,if'ttl Affection of the 'jUet, HysU-r'
is, l'ain in ti t Jluirt.'s, Colic, laral:,sii and lie-
unqemeut oj trie ?romacn, tin ot wnnii, wiu r
I originating in this cause, put on the intcrmWeiu
1 ip", or become periodical. This " Ccnn " csjieli
he poison from the Uood, and consequently cute;
I ;hem all alike. It is an invaluable protection te
) mmigrants rnd per.-ons travelling or temporarilj
esiding in the malarious districts.' If taken ortea
I itonallv or daily while exposed to the infection
i ih.it will bo excreted from the system, and canno'
iccumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis,
tase. Ilence it is even more valuable for protec
aon than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
nittents if thev avail themselves cf the protectiol
his remedy affords.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEE lb CO., Lowell, Mass
S. II I, O O M .
Dealer in
IvEADY MADE
A $$ t Tit
Ge:it?5 Furnishink G-oods
ats,
C
aps,
Iools,
Shoes,
Trunks,
Valises,
S:c., tScc, & c.
Also a lare. lot of TiriiTiEIl C100DS
and 11EV0LVERS always on hand.
AND
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
will find it to their benefit to examine
my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Casli paid for Hides, Furs
and Wool.
, I'hfivncuth. May -', tf
Are you sick, feeble, am
rotnph iniu f Are you ou
ot' iili r. with your'iivstcn
1 - I d '-lrfi-iidl den i. tert. ami vuur Hi line
V U.rilrr c , ..i,.i..i th. ..vii,n
C'tttVABKit' R'ti'i' ton s arc olteu the prelu t
boine (1
of tickings is cMi j iiii; npoi
on. in il shouM be avcrl.i
by h timely use uf the ligh
riiniilr. 'fake Ayer's Tills
. v, rti to
r
is -. -"t -il3 boly into vigorous activity
inrifv the fystein from the obstruction which mala
liseflse. A colff f-tt'Jeji somewhere in the body, atii
ibttmcts its iiatural Junctiors. These, if not M
ie'icd, i tact upon themselves and the urroiindinf
u-iinns, proouciu p ni'ial n.eravation, Fullering
.ml ihsea.se. While in this condition, oppressed bi
he (h-ratigemenis. take Ayer's I'ills, and see hov
lirctiy they restore the l iitural action tf the irs
cm. aiid wit'i il the buoyant li cling ol rn alth agnin
Vhat is true and so ppjiareiit iu this trivial ami com
aon complaint, is also true in many of tho deep
eatcd and dauirerous disteuqn rs. The panic punra
ive elicit expels them. Ous. il by finiilar obsti no
iin s and deraiitreincnts of the natural functions ot
he body, they are rapidly, and many of them Mtrely
ured by the' same means. I.'ouu ' bo kinsw tlji
ii1 ilea of tiiese t'iils, will ne'ect to employ then
hcn ufle.rinir from the disorders they cure.
I-tntcMients lrotu Icudii:; phyeicians in some of thS
iiiucipBl cities, and lroui other well-known publit
ier.-uue :
c'rom a J'pricarding Mrc!ion cf St. Louit, Ft.b. 1
lsiii.
Dn. AvKii: Your I'ills aru t!:e paragon of all thai
s (:riat in medicine. They have cured my littli
laughter of ulcerous foh-s n'pou l.or hands aiul feel
hat bad proved incurable lor tears, iiermotlici
las 1 ft n long trrii-voiislv iiP.tii tcii with blotches n lie)
liniples ou her skin and in her hair. Alter cm
ihild was cared, tlie hiso tried your rills, and they
lave tuicd her. ASA 3iOiiOi;l JJOti.
AaaFaniity Physic.
Frnm Dr. K W. Vnrtirrinht, Xtw Ortennn.
Your I'ills nre the prime "of purges. Their ex-
lleut ;i:a'itics f ur :15s any cathartic we j os-ess.
"hey nre tmld. but very certain and eilec'.ea! in their
cfion on the Lo.e!s, which makes them invnluabit:
o us in the daily treatment o( disease.
iSeac'achc, Wick HenI;ieSic, I'"oiiI Slomncli
J'rmn Dr. I't'imrtl lleytt, Daltimore.
Tjeau lino. Avkb: 1 triin.ot ansuer you vh'it
oiuplaints 1 have curtit with your I'ills hi t.er tl'.r.n
o say a'i that we crir treat v'ith c pur;nitire mi
inf.' 1 j.lace Rteat depei. ill nee ou that eilietual
athartic in my daily contest with disease, and he
ii ving, as I do, that your 1'iils u fiord us the best we
lave, 1 ol cuuiie' value tin tu hipliiy.
liTTsni!to, I'a.. 3Iay 1, 1?.3.
Dn. .T. C Aver. Sir I hare been repeatedly
tired of lli- worst lit'nitiirhe nuj body can have by a
lose or two of your I'ills. It teems 'to arise- from
oul stomach, which they cleanse at once.
Yours with great. respect,' KI. W I'h'IlP.I.F..
L tt i t: f fstcaiw-r Clorion.
riitious Disorders I.tvrr ComplHiiKy.
From Dr. Theodore Lett, of Xcw York City.
Mot only are your I'ills adn iuibly adapted to their
impose as an aperient, but I find their beueticial
fleets upon the Liver very marked indeed. They
lave in niv practice proved more ellectual for tlnr
aire of bilious complaint tlrati any one remedy I
tin mention 1 sincerely rejoice that we hnve'st
engtli a purgative which is worthy the confidence ot
he proli'ssiou and the pccple
Pt.PAKTMt.XT .5PTI1K IXTEf.ton,
"Washington, I) ' . Vth Feb.. lsr.6. (
Sin: I have used, your I'ills in my general and
lospital practice ew r siucu you made them, and
aniiot l.CKitate to say they are the best cathartic
ve employ. Their regu'atii.g action ou the liver it
puck and decided, c. i: - queutly they are an ad
nirable u nit dy for tleiaugetneiits oi" tlmt organ,
ndeed, I hae seldom found a ca.-e of l-iUny ,,i..
tr-ie hi ob-tini.te that it in J not readily t i(?!d tc
hem I"ratcn:aily your?. A I.O.Wi ) It A 1.1.. M. !..
rinjsicinn tits M trine J!a. pittit.
Dysentery, n-arrliart, Sleliix, Worm.
From Dr. .. fi. '-. n. i f hiciifit.
Vonr liils have had a long trial in niv practiee.
l.d I hold theni in esteem a- one of the 1 est a eri
nts I l ave ever found. Their a'teiative etl'ect upon
he liver makes them ail eAcellent remedy, when
:eu in small dotes lor "7iVit i.'s. ntt-rti aiid t'i'ir.
ten. Their sugar-coating makes them very ac
ept able and comeiiieat tor lliu use of wou.e-u amj
hi Id reu.
Dyspepsia, Impurity of the EJlooiI.
7roin Fee. J. V. lliun- . P lor tf.ld-t ).: Church.
J., f ton.
Im. Aver: I have u.u-d -..our l'il'j with ixtra
ii'dii ary success in my liuni'y and amoiv those" I am
alii d to v isit iu distress. To regulate tin- organs oi
ligi'stion and puiity tho lihuut, tliey are the very
est remedy I hai e" ever known, and I can couii
lent'v recoumieud them to niv iriirds.
Years, J. V. HIMF.S.
r.'AUSAtv, Wyoming Co., X. Y.. Oct. 2i, In'jo.
Dkai: Sr.;: I pin usin- y r ur ( a' '.airtic I'ills in jny
ii'iiciiee, ai'.l lir.d tlieiu an ixci liri.r purcurive X
leafisc the svitem and i,'t.-. th l-'im nin vf tit
i ... " jui i. t. 31i:avT1a;i. m. j.
I'ooNjipnttoii. C'otivf-iirs, NiipprCMtion.
tSlieiiiiiiiti-iir!. nt, ,eur aii;ii, Li opsj ,
&urniyis, l i:i,i 11'.
From Dr. .. P. 'a:ohn. 3nfr-olt '4t,'iu?i.
Too much cannot In; sai l ol er I'ills lor the
tire of tw't'rt '.. II (th ;s td'o'tir frati'it itv have
omul them as i ilicacioiis te-. 1 lia e, tl.ev should joia
r ne in proclaiming it. tort he benefit oi t he multitudes
viio puller iroei That eon piauit. iviuein itaiH'itti
iad enough in i:-elf. is tlie j roe. nitor i.t otl ers that
.re worse. I believe c ..irt n...s to oriiiiiale iu Wit
ivcr. bat jour Tills uilect 'hat uieau and lure tin.
liseaiC.
''roi'i Mc. -'. ftu:trt. rh'jsici't iv.d MUhv'Je.
linjfoll.
I find one or two large doses of your Pills, taken
it the proper time, arc excellent promotives of Iht
latiirnl ft.cri.tion hen v iieliy or partially sup
reed, find also very eli'ctiml to driintw tin
((ima-'S and expel focms They are so much the
lost physic v.e have that I recoihmtud i.o other to
ny patients
From the Ftv. Dr. Iloula, of thu M- thoJi.t Fpis
t U ii eh.
TVl.ASKl JlofSK, Suva. mall, Ci.. .lull. 0. loft.
IiiiM.uv.D Mu: 1 thiiu'd be unitiat.ful lor the
chef your fckill has tmittght me if I did not rejoii
ny case to you. A co-Id settled in my limbs and
jrought on excruciating veinaljic pain, which,
tided in chronic rhenniatirm. Notwithstanding I
iad the hist of physicians the disease grew worst
mil wor-e, until bv the advice of your excellent
igi iit ii: Ihiltlmoie, lr. 3!ackcii;ue, I tried youl
'ills. Their effects, were. Flow, but sure, l'.y per
evcring in the use of ilieia, 1 am now entirely well.
Skxatk CnAMtinn. It.tfon Konge, I.n., 5 Dec, IVij.
In: Avkk: I have neeii entirely cuii d, by youi
ilis, of Hhriimatic Hout a painful diseiii-etliat bx
.lllicte.l me for years. V1.ME.M tLIDKLL.
Most of the Tills in market contain Mercury
vhich altiaiu 'h a valuable remedy in skilful banits
s daugi ious ia a public pill, from the dieadful con
eiiTieie.es that frcijuentlv follow its inexutious use
'licsc contain no mercury or mineral tubstauo
vhatevcr.
Price, 23 cents per Hex, or S Eoxes f or SI.
'repaxed by Dr. J. C. AYES Si Co., Lowell, Mass
Hannibal ifc St. .Toseph,
EAILROAD
AND
Packet; Lines
OXT MIsSOI- IU Ul F.lt.
Tri-we. kly l'ackeui (Ib-nnibiil and St- Joseph R.
V.. Line) leave Dniaiia. Coane'l Bluff-, Phittxnniiuli,
Ni1i:iih City aad ialermi-uiiite jioiuts ( r M. Jo.-i pii,
loiiiiei't'pg Ht St. Joseph -iih truius ou 11 innilial and
St. Jweph K. R , having t. Joseph at I Lull P. M ,
and ariiving at
QTJINCY, CHICAGO & 51. LOUIS
NEXT DAY'
On nnd utter 51.iv brill, ilailjr mi l el 'S eonnec
t.u. frupi tit. Joseph to Atctiipin. Weston. 1.' iiven
worth, tVrau tint.-, Kifi'rs e'itT, hiiffrerr, Trii. k:i,
e , via I'l.iM.' O'UDtry H . It . lull s thinner tuiilie 11.
& .t. Joseph K. H. I.ir.e.) LesvSV. Joj.iti 5:a A.
M., arnvu at Ati'hi.-un at ili.to A. M-, V.'ist.iii 7:36 A.
M.. Leavenworth v).t. M ., Wyaudotte lil.tHIA.
M., Kausas Cty J'.::i l A. M., Lawreuee nt 5 I". M.
Tnr.ovcH TICSKT3 ron BALE
bv Porter A Dene! Oiua1'--': O- W. lilt -acock, Ceun
ril Ulutrs; K. O. l.wis, Putthiiioiuh; K.-f . Hawley,
NebrjEka City, iliiy ihri-ugh t.ikets aad sivo uiuu
iy. Hxt.frsiro repairs on the U innibal acd St Joseph
Itiiiirond, Ut-K ir'.n, ti--s and Ba iitluu.i 1 rolliai stuck
i iinlil- ihem t el! -i il.t-s.; importaat iliaages to !a-
i iiiite inivl by il is rette.
C W. .M I'jii), (ien'l Mipjrintcndeut.
P. B CiTioAt, (ien'l Ti.k-t As-ut.
11. li. C .L Kiat'jiir, ti. at tieijrlit Arent.
n.'iunibal. Mo.
Capt. It: ki s Ford, Su; eriiiteaJ'.-nt I'icaet I. ir.es,
rt J J5i-!'!., .Mo. J'.ily 1,
Ninv
Bcot Cl Shoe Shox.
"he uheriier vi null" resCectfalIy call the at'.en
ti ai f the citizens rf I'l iti.-niuiitli and t!iepull: at
aige to the tact that ha LasJcie.l one uV.r east of
D.inelan'a Dri'jf Store, where lie iatends keepint;
en J. mud inil r.iakitfr on the horteet nuiice, eveiy
artielein bis line. His tik beini: neleeted ty hiio
sett, and having ppent ihe most of hia Uf'J iuihe
i.uiiiess, he f.vN imiuM -:H Jiat lie ian itiva sati.fa'i
ti n. t,iie bin. a '.'' .
a..i-.i : r."'. ' TiT''-rnMonTo
re-l5!
.NvlNwlr.-.V4 aial ch'tinse out t.'ie dis.
nts V'-v" V'tl: fi ih reil liuniors puiif'v ih
jff ttyf?' ; blood, anil let the fhiij
i'Jn- "'fu'-':;""? move on uriobstructei ii
r; us ; -a7! iiimiiii aam. i luy stunu
late the functions of th.
TOOTLE,
MAI X ST11EET,
L A 11
-? i -4 s 4 '
Mxt of
Wholesale atnl
II A R
Clothing of every description.
WINES AK! LIQUORS OF AIL KINDS.
Censtamly on hand a Lnre Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Q.UEEKSWAlE. IKON. KAILS.
WINDOW SASH, DOORS & GLASS.
And every article rcfiuired by
gnd everybody else can be supplied at this establishment.
CV and examine our extensil e slock.
lIKli PEOOF EEICK.
Tcctle. Hanna Cl Co.
riattsrrtc-iiih, April 10, 'Oo.
ary. 1 mm wilwp -s
iooo.
A3IISON, DOYMY CO.,
iN-orth SMe of .Main Street,
Have on har.a the FAIKi T.ST STOCK of
( iUE ENS WARE, 1 1 Ail 1 W A UK,
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, &C,
Kvor Offerctl in litis Jfarket.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, everything tho Farmer, Mechanic, Freighter or Emi-
rri'-Tif
FLOUR, . BACON, CORN, OATS, &C.
Thankful for past Patronage, wo hope by strict attention to bus
iness to merit a continnancc of the same.
Call and examine our stock.
Plattumouth, April 10, 150-3. tf
JT-sT r-. t-ivt't, .'.0 ia-s f rnnne.1 b'c!iiit
1 AMIsON, ItOVKY ic CO'3.
f O to AMI.OX, DOVEY 4 C0'3 to purchase your
fpririj; g.iil.
VN eielies var iety cf Lauiei.' Urtw tioed? at
A. D- A CO'.
T CA5b3 Molthy's Cove Oy sters fur sale at
i)J A. D. CO'S.
G
KK AT bargains in Ladies ' Dress Goods at
A. 1. CO'S.
I -OS SALBat AMI-OX, Do VII V A GO'S, Coffee,
' Te , Sc-iT, (lol.i. n Syrup, sugar House Jlo
lasse, Xe-w Y'oik CauditS, eto , etc.
Alarce lot cf Chewing and Smoking Toll icco fer
s:eat A. D. SCO'S.
ti'ALOiL for sale by
A. D. & CO.
50
r1 BOXES Star Candles fir sale ly
A, D. A CO.
IF you want to rurchate fe-oods at abarfraia.po to
' A. D. Jfc CO
O" UAiiS COFFEE just received y
- A. D CO.
f...r: !to:CU'.;.-T-it
V. - ' - A. V. i COV
& CO.,
PLATTSMOUT1I, N.T!
(i E S T
f.-i v4 , -t-j vt . .a i rtL
i.. s,i fiJ sS
Si. Iltouiv.
Iletail Dealers in
W A R E,
A I Il
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loo.?.
won ft:
Vl.iirjfe asn
f..r en la by
l.ari;.' a-"s.n tim ut cf men's and bey.-' r!..ih ins'
A. i. -e-
8
HULLED CO UN for ta'eby
A r. 4 c.
" ACOX and Lard fur a.tlc by
A.D-iCO.
VHKAVY INVOICE of all inds of Kiaiily Gro
ceries and Outfit. n Goods jus t receive d by
A. 1). 4 CO.
A
LI. kinds of Faimil g Iinpieinents for ?ale Iiy
A. D. & CO.
VLar0"i lot of Two Horse Plows for sal" hy
A U. CO.
A:
Xendlein varittycf Hardware aui Cut'ery for
sale at A l. 4 eo a
C11, Doors, Shingles, GIjh, and Nails of every
O descrij.tiea for sale by A - D A CO.
LL kin.lK cf Counlty Produce taken in exchange
for goods by A . D. & CO.
r',0 enumerate all the articles we have for sale
JL wouid fill one sideof the IIkkald, aud other
have aa good a rilrt to advertise s
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Having r- .-atly 1.1.1. i .1 new ;tu l sni'.i ! . , , ,
Main St., riattsniouth, N. T..
V.. 1. hi ! ,--p( -Cfiiliy ;i,,'..im !e Citi -li. . ' t
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satisfaction c; fa k..tj:i:i
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i-hiiig(oni.s. "
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far lucery Aim, Yumnrt or. I ( ;.- .
IS CITY, Y1I.LAGP, AXD tOL'.Niili'-
Tin:
American Agriculturist
FOk Til v.
Farm, Garden, and Household-
Including a Special Department "f I
Citing and Instructive. Ii oJingf:
CJiiidren and Youth.
The Aji ieii't iiUt is a Lir'-f rioillral i.f r,.'
b"titifu.ly pi inted, nnd Ht ied wit h . Hin, f.
r, iiiMe f.i'iuial ru;lt- r, iu.'ludiu hun Ire I- : '
t.i.n :.n-J iusti.ivtivo Engraving!, in eve;
voliane.
It ejr.tHins each month a C ilen.'.-ir of Hi '
! : perf.M'iii'rt the F-trtu, in the in-l 'i '
fiitrdun Atx and arcund the Jjiccilin j, eti.
1 '.t thousau li of hir.Tj and Hippest iks (.' '
ev-ry vi im h re prepared by prael "il, i..'"
Workinj Jf'ii, nlioknow w tiat ti km. '
Th Hvh1oJi1 Iu.pnrtt,ett Ia vnl iibl- t '
IIoiisekeeir, ii(Torliiit very ininy '.Mtui ! '"
(lirectiouH, calculates! Iu lighten an 1 tJ1''" ''
dour-worlc.
The Jiipartmrnl fir Child mu m -1 Y- ''
pTired wiili p iul re, to furnish i, : ei- :'
inent, but His.) to IliC'Jl'-ate k ..c '.- '
moral priuripl' r.
Tkbms. Th.e cirrn'.ath.ii of th'' .4ii.cn
ci IJuriH (more than lMV'Ci i " 1 'eK ' . .
befurniiihedatthe lonr - '" a . ', ' .-
copies one year, ,'; -o citi-s year, Ti'-.
or more, cue year, ii cifl., t-iCp) cipit ,
carh.
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