MMMMHMBBfI THE SYMTOMS OF LIVER
I SIMMOIS S’ KComplalut, are uneasiness and
L bbbbmhb-ri |l -ain in the side. Sometimes
and ia mistaken for Rheu
matism. The stomach ia affected with loss of ap
t ntt and sickness, bowels in general costive, sorne-
C- < alternate with flux. The head is troubled with
pain, ic* dull, heavy sensation, considerable loss o'
memory, ; ccompouied with painful sensation of ha>
ng left undone something which ought to have been
nMhMMVßßK*!lgHEiß|3doiie. Often complaining of
RUvUIi Bweakness, debility, and low
Sometimes some of
the disease, and at other
times very few of them; but the Liver is generally
the organ most involved. Cure the Liver with Sim
mons’ Regulator and all will be well.
A REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES CAUSED BY A
DERANGED STATE OF THE LIVER.
■MEHXKpumi Dyspepsia, Headache, Jaundice,
■KeffuTatOr Icostiveness, Sick Headache, Chron
■ Diarrhoea, Affections of the Blad-
Affections oi the IQdneys, Fever,
Nervousness, Chills, Diseases of the Skin, Impurity of
the Blood, Melancholy or Depression of Spirits,
Heart Bum, Colic, or Pains in the Bowels, Pain in the
Head, Fever and Ague, Dropsy, Boils, Pain in Back
and Limbs, Asthma. Erysipelas, lemale Affections,
and Billious Diseases generally.
Prepared only bv J- H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Druggist, Macon, Georgia.
For sale by all Druggists. Price $1 per package.
A preparation of roots.and herbs, warranted to be
strictly vegetable, and <cn do no injury to any one.
It has been used by hundreds, and known for the
last twenty-five years as one of the most reliable, ef
flcatious and harmless preparations ever offered to
the suffering. If taken regularly and persistently, it
is 6ure to effect a cure.
READ THIS SPECIMEN OF A HUNDRED CER
PHYSICIANS RECOMMEND IT.
Lake Providence, La., June 24, 1869.
Messrs. Ztilin <f: Cos. Gentlemen : I notice the ad
vertisement of I)r. Simmons’ Liver Regulator, a
medicine with which I have fortunately become fami
lar. I first became acquainted with its wonderful
qualities as a remedy for the ills prevalent in the
Mississippi Valley, some three years ago, and believe
I have the credit of introducing it into this com
munity. I have felt convinced for a long time that
themedicine is a sovereign regulator of the liver, and if
it were better known would supplant blue mass and
calomel to a great extent. Respectfully,
CHARLES H. GOFF, Editor Carroll Record
For sale by W. li. Barrett, Augusta Ga„ also by
all Druggists aud dealers in medicine everywhere.
Montvale Springs, 1870.
This Favorite Summer Resort, situated iu Blount
County, East Tennessee, will be open for the recep
tifu of visitors on the first of June.
The marked beneficial results attending the use of
these waters in functional derangements of the
Liver, Bern els, Kidneys and Skiu t and
the Cure of Chronic Diseases,
Attest their Medicinal
The buildings rt Montvale have been repaired, re
fitted, and repainted, and everything put in good
All the accessories for enjoyment and recreation at
the best watering places will be found here.
The facilities for reaching Montvale this soason
are iucceaeed by the extension of the Knoxville and
Charleston Railroad, and hegular trains are running
to Maryville, whence passengers are conveyed in
coaches to the Spring, nine miles distant.
KATEN OF JSOARD,
Per Day, $2.50; per Week, $.G.00; per Mouth, *OO.OO.
jgj* Address for Pamphlets containing analysis
and descriptions of waters, f c ,
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Books furnished at regular prices.
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A H. Baker, A. 51., President
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FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soften
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All Pain and Spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
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We have put up and sold this article nearly thirty
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‘•WHAT WE DO KNOW,” after, years of experience
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‘‘The Life is the Blood.”
From it we derive our strength, beauty, and mental
capabilities, It is the centre of our being, around
which revolves all that makes existence happy. When
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This is a taint or infection of the human organism,
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Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affections, Liver Com
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It has been the custom to treat these diseases with
Mercury and other mineral substances, which,
though sometimes producing a cure, often prove in
jurious and entails misery in after life. The long
known injurious properties of these so-called alter
atives and purifiers has led the philantrophical man
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of which has been the discovery of vegetable pro
ducts which possess the power of eradicating these
Taints from the Blood,
oonopouxars extract or
Is the acknowledged antidote to all Blood Diseases.
By its use the afflictions above enumerated can be
permanently banished, and the
Source—The Centre of Life—The Blood,
be maintained in all itß purity and vigor.
For diseases produced by the use of
Mercury, and for Syphilis, with its train
of evils, this compound is the only sure
To the poor creature, enfeebled In mind and body,
by secret practices, whose nerves are unstrung, and
is a blessing. Try it tairly, and your nerves will be
restored to their wonted vigor, and your dejected
counteeance be made radiant with the consciousness
Being free from violent minerals, it is adapted to
general use. The old and the young may use it; the
most delicate female at any time may take it; the
tender infant, who may have inherited disease will be
cured by it.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD
Extract of Sarsaparilla
When used in the Spring it removes all humors
which infest the system; and banishes the languor
and debility peculiar to that season of the year.
It acts promptly on the
LIVER AND KIDNEYS,
Producing a healthy action of the important organ*
by which all the impurities of the system are carried
off, and tho result is
A dear Skin, A Good Appe
tite and Bouyant Spirits.
VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS.
There are scarcely any diseases in which purgative
medicines are not more or less required, and much
sickness and suffering might be prevented were they
more generally ueed. No person can feel well
while a costive h (bit of body prevails; besides it soon
generates serious and often fatal diseases, which
might have been avoided by a timely and judicious
use of proper Cathartic Medicines.
These Pills are invaluable to all who suffer from
Bilious aud Liver Complaints, Sick Headache, Loss
of Appetite, Drowsiness, Giddiness, and especially in
digestion, which prevails to an alarming extent in
this country at the present day. Bv the judicious use
of TUTT’S LIVER PILLS the bowels may be kept,
perpetually, in a natural condition of good health.
They do not act as a merely temporary relief; they
keep the human system in a state of sound and vi
gorous health, by easily and almost imperceptibly
cleansing it of all impurities. It braces and invig
orates both the physical and mental organization..
Habitual constipation or costiveness is the fruitful
source of innumerable ills; the first of which is im
purity of the blood, and as a natural consequence the
action of the heart, liver and stomach and kidneys, are
disordered, It is unreasonable then expect a return to
of health while the cause of these troubles exist, viz..
Constipation or Sluggishness of the Bowels. It is the
habit generally adopted to resort to Salts, Castor Oil,
Calomel, etc., which only affords temporary relief,
leaving the bowels in a far worse condition after the
effects of these medicines have passed off. Da.
Tutt’s Liver Pills moves the bowels to a heaiUiy
action, not acting as it were mechanically, but they
stimulate the secretions, and in a healthful aud
natural manner expels all impurities without weak
ening the body.
Attention i» especially directed to the f-ct, that the
Liver Pills are not h tended solely to operate upon
or move the bowels, but if taken properly they are
a Certain Cure for Diarrhoea, Colic, Dysentery and
bilious attack leading to purging.
The puplic are assured that TUTT’S LIVER PILLS
are purely vegetable, CONTAINING NOT A PARTI
CLE OF MERCURY.
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
Aud Sold by Druggisls Everywhere.
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D?!. S HAL LEW BERGER’S
Fever and Ague
Altvays Stops the Chills,
Tliis Molicine lias been before tho IUiY, ■
fifteen years, and is still ahead of oil oili t
know,i remedies. It does not puv' r o, tl.c's
rot sicken the stomach, i ; perfectly safe in
any (lose and under all circumstance;;, an 1
is the only Medicine that •will
. CU FI E IMMEDIATELY
and permanently every form of 1 'over an 1
Ague, because it is a perfect Am;iJote to
Sold by all Druggists.
Why ia it that bo many children die under tiio 3
of five years? That a large proportion o! children
die under that age, has long been a subject of remark,
and without a satisfactory cause ascertained, it is
Also, it is known that worms exist in tho numan
system from its earliest infancy; therefore parents,
especially mothers, who a-e more constantly w it.a
their children, cannot b 6 too observing of the firs.
tyrnptomsofroorms; for so surely as they exist, eau
SAFELY AND CERIAIKLY
removed from the most DELICA TE ' by “ 3
timely use of
B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge.
•It is perfectly harmless, contains no Mercury, l * n.g
A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOSITION,
j And may be administered with the UTMOSi SAI I- ! 1
TO CHILDREN OF ALL AGES. cn
Worm Confections, made more for the purp l '- <
pleasing the palate than of overcoming tne rtiseay .
have been manufactured all over the counny,
j their short lease of life is nearly exhausted, anu -
Fahnestock’s Vermifuge continues to grow in *a'
Should occasion require you to purchase II • •
i Fahnestock’s Vermifuge, be particularly care nil i
| the initials are B. A. This is the article tnat •*
I been so
Favorably Known since 1^29
And purchasers must insist on having it. 'A thc> d>
1 not wish to have an imitation forced upon tuern.
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> tSole Proprietoi s,