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1. OVLntT, A, W. TATT.
CAIRO CITY BH7DEBY,
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BASK at,
.7J"iT5"itlw'Tif7r-
City National Bank
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BIN DUBS AND BLANK BOOK
UAifurjucnjKZRi,
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tollotln BnlMlnir, Oct. Tw.lfta Btcee
- tmd Washington Aveaa..
r. . - . a caibo, rxuNos,
CAPITAL $100,000.
OmIto, XIIIxioIaw
VOL. 10.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. MARCH 2 J.M878.
rVOnunlv uid RailroedWork Specialty
.NO. 44
Vs :'-':
Otteo. Suaittn, S-vxlldJJo. coxxx.i Xwolfm Btot aa4 wravofclato .tt.. . i T." '7 , .
CAIBO POSTOFFICE. '
j inc. lIooB--Vrom 7:80 A.m. to .30
p.m.; Htinduy from T to 9 a.m. Money
wrucr n:uu a.m. wmwp.m.
Closes
Arrives.
P.M.
A.M. r.M
IP: j Illinois CwtndilB
"KX J:06
1:00
8:0
1:00 ";
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tiaiMt Daily.
IUUO Miss. Central S R
jl "Ir-
10:00 Cairo & Vincenncs
It aDally.
l:W Cairo, Arkansas A
Texss K hV-Deily.
tt:M Ohi Hlver Bmita
Daily sie't Monday
Mbta. River Bout
Dp, Bun. Tu. Fri.
Down.Tu.Thu Sat.
Thebes Route
frbUv A Saturday
O- W McKsAif). P.M.
BT. L0UIS.IR0N M0TJNTAI1
.','' f '. , .
& SOUTHERN It. B "
tipreaslcavee CaIrodatly.....i.l.S:0p. ',
Express arrive) at Cairo daily 4:0Oa ra,
ancumnKHUtion leave Cairo delly...3:0Oa.,
sonotnodatlou arrives daily (exes
Sundavl . -.il 00 m
U&IR0 & VINCENNIS E. B.
61 Miles tha Shortest Route
TO EVANSVILLE,
47 Miles the Shortest to '
imm, mm mm
' AWD WASHIBTOTON.
i4 Miles the Shortest to
htepolivriikdslpliiaswiirl:
AND BOSTON."
' ' , . -AND- ( ' (
It IX HOURS SAVED
over tkaix yr
w ALL OTHER , HOADS
Making Sams Connections,
ra.Mttr'era byt other rotates to snake
. o-.nction must ride ail night wait
lav from On to Six Boon at
mall country stations for
, trauoa of eonneoting; road a.
Semcraber that fact and tako eur
6:00 a. m. Trainreaching .
... -trill., bkiajeE Cimiitlmlls
8AMB DAY.
I tains lutve and arrive at Cairo, ai follow!
Suit '.javea tf a. m
in J " 7:8" p. m.
J..il snivel 10.-U) p. ru.
ued " ,&a.m.
fkrough tu VU and check to all important
citiee.
r. A. MILLER, H. L. K0HKILX,
U n' Paaa Ag't. General Sup
L. B. CUUBCB,
Past. Agent.
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
r WaUy III .U
niE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
AND
ONLY D1BECT ROUTE
to
Washington
and Baltlmcro
. . 'VuM..i!irect Cpnncctiont lor
AND
THE SOUTHEAST
AND
mimL mi . mi mm
AND
TUB BAST.
Traveler K; Hiring I
4 ihUY, i'l.KASANT and CUMKUUT
ABLE Tim',
bbould remember that the
aALTItVIORE i& OHIO RAILROAD
;i celebrated lor It
(Infant Coaches, Spies lid Hotels, Grand
and 1,'eantilul Hnuntnin end Valley Ji
(cpriniy, and Hie many-points
lliiitoriiiul Interest Alorif
IU Line.
Vara Till ALWAYS be at LOW
ai by any her Ua.
rULMHAN PALACE CAR
Una Tbron-jb
WITHOUT CHANGE C -
Ketwiwtt tl rrlntpl -1 -
Western and A Eastern: Cities.
Kjt ihroiixh ticketH, Vaifirsire oliecks,
movement of trains, tilocpinR car accent
unriittloriN, f.W rtu., apply ut Uoket' ollieei
it nil principal point.,
KOBTH, SOUTH, EAST or WK8T
. l)oruy, Ij. M. Cole
I'tten. TlcketAKt ' Uen. Ticket lt'
. 1, Barry, Taos. It. Sharp,
. Ant. ; i Hnatr or Tranap'o
- To Consumptives.
I jimumntlon. that gcnlirire or tiumanitv. la
the great dread ot thv human family, In all civil
ed romitriea. ,
I fee) ootifldenl that I am in posnoaaion of tbe
imtysure, infallible minedy now known to
be proieaaiuo lor the Kdy,po8ltWe cure ol
nal urea'i uiaranv, miu ii. uuw.iixiuie wiwm
ItantH, vlr.i Catarrh, Asthma, Uronchltla, Ner
vous nebllltv, etc, , etc. laro oldlbgy. Ibe
lUv.ln mediclno. Twrnly-elirht years exne-
rienr aa a busy practitioner la the 'beat con
sumption hospitals In the old and new world,
h (aneht me the value ol' nrner itwdioa turn
lioth local and constitutional in the cut" of tills
great enemy of our race. I bare found it. But
Tarn digrwouting. 1 siarbnleut tosay to those
SUIlnring With oonsnmpiiiit r nj or uie
...aUiiiM. tii.t liv adilrassini me. living symps
km. timv .hall lie nut in nosHeaslon tothll
great boon, without charge, and shall have tbe
benelltot myestwrienoein mousanu. ui
m,....l. K'ull nartleulara. dlreo-
Hons for preparation and una. and advloe and
instructions for sucocssrul tfeatmeot at your
own homo, will be repaired, by you by Morn
, WJUT , is? yeartaoaaweei mwiw i rx
ASK im rccoyered
dyawTtlci, bllout
' - aofltrar, Tletima el
' fryer and afiie, the
t -1 inccurlaldlaeaaedpa.
" tlent, how they raeoT
end health, cbuiful
apiritf,aadgpxlP
' petit they will tel
you by taking Sim
mon'! Lirer K(r-
1UH OHEAPKal", A50 Bltal f AMLV MED-
ICINifNlUE WORLD. '
VArTiV(.lllrllQI A VlUOI'llilTIAM Y.....IIa
a ,J tJ n , JJ0 I 1TA1 Vll,UaUUIt
bllloua attack a. blOK UhAUACIlt, Colic, IMx
M'WIUU 01 opiriu. BULK JIBUTI
Bum, ete. (o.
Ibil no rival led Bauthem RemMl la war
ranted not to contain a varticia of Jletcury,
or any liijmloui lubaumae, but u
l'UBELY VEQKTABLK
eoBtalniiuUsaaaoatlMn moat and baibl which
aaall wlae Frovldana baa placed in ouuntrUia
wbm Lint bueaaea prtr.il. It will cure all
diaruea cauawl by dtraogament of the liver
aodboweU.
1 be armDtoma of Liver Comnli Intaraa bit-
iar ar baa tMta in the mouth i ham m the back,
Idea or jolnta, often inleuken lor rbeuma
turn tour atouiaeh. lwa oi autKtlta. bowela
alwmaieJy coativa and lax, tkadaebe, lout oi
ucinurf wua a painiui anaiicD oi uavinaj
tailed 1. do mtmiMihinx wiiirJk uuulii to fu, a
been done debility, low euiriu, a tbiuk yi
k)W a.,earanc f the akin and eye, dry
ooucB often mlalakea for eonauwailon. -
oomailrwt many of tbeaa ayinpUinia attend
the diiaaiia, at ottieri very tew, but the liver, the
largeet organ in the bodr, ia (enerally the entl
of diaeaaoa and if not regulated in tune, Rea
ufierlng wrekbexUMM and llJSAlil wiJ eu
news... ...... . k...v-. . ... , -
I can recommend aa an efllcarJoui remedy for
diaeaeeeor the Liver, Heartburn and Dreiiepaia,
Bininiou' Liver Kexclatur. Lawn WuNonit,
17 Muter atreet. AaaiaUnt Founakr. fbll-
adeluhla.
We have teated its virtues, personally, and
now that fur IMspeait., Biliuuaea and
Throbbing Headache it uthe beat medicine the
worldereraaw. We have trledfurtv other
remedies before Simmon' Liver WyuUtor,
B4M nsae oi uem gave iu mole tuaa temporary
relief; but the Uegulator not only relieviu
but cured ua.H En. laxaonjuru ajiii llLMBm-
ubb, tfacoa, Ga.
BAD BREATH
NoUim ia ao UBtUeaaaot. Bottling as comnion
aa bad breatb, aad ia nearly every eaae it comes
from the elomacb. and can be ao easily correct
ed If you will take Slmmona' Liver Regulator
i not aegieci ao sure a remeay lor inu rt
pulaive dl.order. U will aU iinprove to J
Appetite, compbixioa, and (ieoeral Ileal ih.
SICK HEADACHE
iiaueaalna; atUicUoa occurs moat fh
The duturbance ef the ttomtca.
arbtlng from iiuperfectly digested content,
causes a severe pain In the bead. aecompantNi
wits disagreeable nausea, and this eonuuttis
What is popularly known as Sick lieadaebo. kr
prompt relief j ..
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVEf.
REGULATOR, OR MED
. 1C1NE,
Contains four medical tleuienta, . kevir
fotuid in uie aanas happy prouuruoa in tiv
other preparation, via: a gentle Cathartic, a
powerful louic,. n unaxeepUrnalas aileraiivt
.I'll certain Oorreotive of all impurities ci
the body. BQchalgnat aaecees has attended ia
aa t.st it is sow regarded as the
KKX1UAL8i?C1JC
.As a Remedy in
m la mors hcv'ebs, bokl com-
I'LAWTS, DVSl'k.l'rIA, MENTAL liEl'Ran.
eiC.V, HItTLKNtf8, 0AC5D1CK. NAL
8K. SICK HKADACHE, CO'JC. COSoTll'
ATIOSandBIMOUbNESS it has no tyUAL.
Armed with0iisA.V11DOTJC.au abanjai of
elinmie aad water and food may be faced with
out tear. As a Hemedy in MALARIOUS
fKVKRS,' 0VfcL CUMPLAINIO, RiST
LES.1NfcaS, JAUNU1CE, NALStA,
MAStrXLTUlU) OBLr ev
J. It. ZK1LE.V,
i'biuulelphia, l'. j
fries fl.uO. - Sold by all bruxgCu.
Happiueeotr .marry, Uintt Is tUe lu.
lion! Dr. V. E. Hoyt oi 55 years succeMul
pmctioo euaiantfc gpwdy anil pojuwii.
tint cure of ali Otronio, bcroiuloug, i'ri
vater hypluletic and Female Uiscacs,
SiH'rmaterrhaa, cr cll-abufo, at )s
Medical Institute, A pin & Cheney block,
opposite the City liall J'ark, yractsx',
N. V. Medicine sent to all parts ol be
U. S. autl Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertising quacks who tlironjj our l:irre
cities, but consult Dr. Hoy t or Bond lor
circular treating ou bis specialities tolns
I. O. Box 270.
Ladies My jrreal liquid French
remedy, Arale Jj Fernnie, or Feainle
Friend, is unfailing in the cure of all
painful and dangerous diseases ot your
sex. It moderates all excesses, and
brlnjrs on the monthly period with rrj;u
larity. In all nervnus and ppiwil ailcc
tlotm, pains in tbe back or lnahs, keavi
ne, latijjue on stitit exertion, pulpitu
tlon 01 the heart, lowmsi of spirit, by
stcricii, sick bealuehe, whites, uiid all
painful dieeasesoccasioned by a disorder
ed sybtetn It eflccts a euro wlun all other
means tail. Price $100 per bottle, wnt
by mall. Dr. W. K. lloyt. Hx JTO,
Jractiae. N. l .
E. F. Eunkel'c Bitter Wine of Iron
The areat su:a and dellsbt of tbe Dtnulu.
in fact nothing of tbe kind has ever been offered
to the American people which has so quickly
found hs way into their Kood rarer and hearty
aoproval m K. K. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
I uoes all it propeacs, and thus gives univeria
natbifaotion. Jt is guaranteed to cure the worst
cases ofdyiuepi or Indigestion, kidney or
liver disease. Weakness. nervnuniw. ennstlDa-
oion, aciauy oi tne stoma en, do. Uet tnegin-
utne. uniysoiuin tl botucs. Depot anil or
lice. Kill North Ninth strrei, PbiUdelphla. A.k
fcr Kunkel's and take no other. Sold by all drug
gUU.
Dyspepsia. Dyspopsia. Dyspepsia.
X. F. Kunkel's Ttitur Wine of Iron is a sure cure
for thiadiscast. It has been pretaribed daily for
many year in the practice of eminent ptiysidans
With unparalleled luceess. gyniptoms are lo.i ol
appetite, vnna ana rising oiiooa, dryness in mount
ncaiincae, uiraueea, sieepiessneu aaa low spmis
(jet the genuine. Not told In bulk, only in l hotr
ties; bold by. all drugiiits. Axk for E. V . Kun
kel's lliiter Wine of iron and take no other, ei
per bottle, or six bottles for $". All I ask is a trial
of this valuable medicine. A trial willcouvlme
you at once.
; ' Worms, Worms, Worms.
V.L V.Dnnkel's Worm hvriin nnvar fklls to
remeve all kinds of Worms. Seat, pin and
stnniacli Worms are readily removed by Kun
kel's Worm Syrup. Dt. Kunk' l is Uie only
tu-cessful plnstcian In this country that eaa
lemoveiana v nrruin irom two to lonrnoirs.
He has no fee until head ana all passes alive snd
in thia snaee ot time. Common sense teaches
If talis Worm can be remavel,all other Worms
can readily he removed. Ask your druggist for
i bottis ot itunsere worm imuu. rrioeei.uu
Iter bottle. It never rails or send lo in. doctor
or circular, No. 'AW Diurth Nintli Hu, Itiiladcl-
hla. .Advice free,
. NOTICE Oh' tTNAL SfcTTLKMKNr
Stitc of Illinois, Alexander county, ss, Estate
of Lwniel lrmrt, deceased.
notice is Hereby given that on Monday, the inn
day of March. A.U. 1S7S, the undcrslRned ad
nilaiatratrix of said estate will preneut to the
county court of aaid Alexander county, at tbe
courthouse In Cairo, llllnoia, at a term thereof
then (O be boklen, her final report of her acts and
doinga as ulntlnlsiwtrix. and ask the rouit to lie
dtscbarmd bora any and all further duties and
responsibilities connected With ssid estate, and
her admlnlatratlaa thereof, at which tins and
olaoesHch Dcrsons as are Interested niav be urea-
ent and resist such application if they choose ao
to do.
MAKQAKKT LAMf tKT,
imiaUtrsti
UinrJlto.Ksb. tiWg
Iw4t
IT
BAAOI.DnATKOWA9rilH.chel.p
N.Sknisr" wsrai vo., liauagsj
"A HOLY WAB."
Scenes lis Tnrkey Dnrlnsr tbe Rusalau
Aana, ..
What i frlfhtful burlesque on tbe idea
of "a holy war" Is found in the following
extract from a London correspondent's
account ot the scenes in Turkey, when tbe
UuHiiant were advancing, after tholr (fr.i
success at Plevna'
"We t-aw the b odies ol Hungarian peat
ante with torrl'jle wounds In the bead and
neck, sometimes mutilated and disutfured;
women sod infants, children and old men,
both Turkish and Bulgarian, fallen in tbe
fields by the roadside, half burled in tbe
snow, or lying In tbe pools ot. water. It
scorns to have been one long, battle between
the peasant! of both raves, in which tbe
dead were counted equal for each; but,
while many ot tbe bodies bore marks of
violenoe, ea showed ghastly wounds, the
great proportion of the women and chil
dren were evidently frozen to death, for
they lay ou the snow as if asleep, with tbe
flush ot lite still on their faces, and tbe pink
lain of their feet and bands still unblanch
ed. Side by side with these, many corpses
of old men, full of dignity even in death,
lay stark by tbe roadside, their white
beards dotted with blood, and tbeir help
less hand fallen upon their breasts. From
tbe muddy water of the ditches tiny bands
ind feet atretched out and taby laces half
sovered with snow;iooked out Innocently
anJ peat efully, with' scarcely a sign of suf
fering on their features. Frozen at their
mothers'breasts, tbey.were thrown into tbe
snow' to lighten the burden ol the poor
creatures who were struggling along in
mortal terrlor. . '. i .. , V
' I say tbe mystlticatian increased as we
advanced, because it was im possible to see
why Bulgarian' and Turk should be frozen
side by side, or why there bad been such
a shughtcof both races. That the peas
ants should.be frozen to death was.no more
than could be expected In tbe severe
weather, for they were traveling In miser
able arabaa, without lood or shelter, and
with half-starved oxen. Miles of these
araba trains we passed on the road, human
beings and bousabold effects jumbled in
promisculoualy. Upon tbe joltins; carts
bedaing and utensils were pi.ed. Women
and children upon donkeys, and cattle fol
lowed alongside, and behind for miles was
a king trail of wrcUUel, weary halX dead
stragglers: -old tnen and : women bent
double, crawling along wiih tbe aid of
crutches er sticks; mothers with tnfants at
their breasts, scarcely moving one foot be
fore tbe other all this after long months
of flight,' constant exposure, continuous
dread of marauders and the hated Muco
v.tes. Never did 1 feel so utterly helpless
n in the presence ot this supreme misery.
I watched' ' fnotber ldadlnjr along
cb''d of perhaps ten years, a mile or more
behind one ot these trains. The poor girl
could with dlflioulty balance herself on
her naked, hall-frozen leet. XigUt was
couaing on, and tbe cold wind tint chilled
us in our warm clothing, blew about tbe
rags from the 'suffering creature, disclos
ing einaeiatedimbs and a skeleton body,
The mother was In quite as pitiable a cod.
dition. llur Uce and bead alone were
well wrapped up. The araba train was
moving slowly out of sight on tbe distant
bills. A uight on llio road meant death
to both these unfortunates, and their strag
gling friends coulu give them no assistance,
because they were lor tbe mot part in a
similar state of misery. . The mother
dragged her little one along, funt loosing
patience ns tbo darkness came on and
finally pushed the sick eMM into the snow
by tlio roailKide, and hurried on without
looking at her, This was one.ol a 'erics of
mmur scenes mat were enectea before
our eyes..
. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE.
I'state of A. B. Suflbrd, deceased. (
Tha nndersigned having been appointed execu
trix of the last will anil testament of A. K. t
t'lnl, Ute of tbe connty of Alexander and state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gites notice Uiat blie
will npp.r before the County eourtjof Akxan
dvrcuuty, at the court house, in Oiiro, at the
My t-riu, on the ihml M'.o.'ay in May next, at
wl.nh tune all pernuus luviui; claim. aK'inHt
aid estate are noUtied and requested to attend for
tb purpose of having the same adjusted.' All
pemotia indebted to said estate are requested .to
make Immediate payment to the undersigned,
listed this Lbth day ol' March, A. I., 1H7S.
AN.NAE. SAFFORH,
ill wilt Executrix.
OKFtCI OF Vice-Friesidknt Sc Gkn--)
kkal Manager Chicago. &t.
Louis & Skw Okleans U. It. ) ,
'rw OltLRASS, FeU'y 22, 1871.
To Contractors : .
Sealed proposals are invited until 10th
March (or the grading ot tbe (11) miles of
rniiroad extending irom FUmora, Ken
tucky, up the vast bank of tbe Ohio river
to a point oppo-ite Cuir:, Illinois. This
work extends for two (i) miles through
cleared lands, ami one mile through timber
alroady cleared for a width of (Uh)) one
hundred feet. Tbe embankment will av
erage about (!) nine feet in height, the ma
terial fur which will be obtained entirely
from the east side, and esn be bandied suo
eessl'ully with? wagons, carts, scrapers or
burrows. Throe thousand feet of this em
bankment, of an an average height ol (7)
seven foot, will be graded for at least (.')
three tracks, nnd wilUhave a top width of
(40) forty leet, the whole oi which is
through cltmred land. . This is a desirable
piece ot work and well wortby the atteo..
tion of and examination by contractors.
Tbe work will lie commenced tho llrtt
(1st) of April, next, and must be completed
by the let of July following. Monthly es
timates, payable in ossh, will be made as
the work progresses, and the usual twenty
per oent. retained to insure completion ot
contract, a prnnis oi me line, emu speci
fictitious for the work may be seen, and de
sired information obtained at tho othca ol
the company's sgent, Jno. f. McKay, Fil-
irjoie. Kentucky.
Bids should be addressed to J. (I. Mann,
Ulvlsion oupeiinlendeut, Jackson,. Ten.
Tbe bids will be opened and eon tracts
awarded on utu iiaroii, at jaiiKson, 'lenn.
The company reserves the right to re-
lectsny or an bias.
JAB. C. CLARKE,
(Atruenopy.) , . Vice-President.
T... , ,. . ,
NO CURE-NO FEE!
tV.A.O.
Oil.',
tmal.
tall Ml tut Wklnlui ilmt Wtn A tk. .nr. at all
i-nfiifc luranir .mi opM-wi lmwi i-eeinias weaatai
Norveiis llvWUlr. and liMt suahMd, itii..n
iim. Of. O. U a mtluiil. or lb. ItrSnni Hrhftil. and
lmryikw iKrlaimi iwilaa la tks I'slkS SHaia. I.V
JrlES nulrlnf SMIiiwt.l .Ilk knm S.4 snirl,call nwrlu.
T.nry f.nmii-rr.. SvMiftjeaj. 1 Sr.1 sifr. utsi. tor MAR'
BIAfS.wnMl! tis SM ;lSiai4. MAHRljEO
'in iu iwnn, nt'nm.i. .r
luUtlKS wl e.Mlnw. i.na lUlf Cih f aieS m
WIUUiieSwsMiiaSSiaSiM Saatak
, iporous Plaster.
. A ml bmni.,inMil I A ..v.. L : i. it
on the ordinary porous I strengthening anilpain
Plaster. I klllins aie.1 in one.
The manufacturers recclv'd the highest and only
awaro given 10 rorous riaatera ai pn tenicnnku.
We warrant Heason's Capcins Plasura to be Sa-
lirrior w au uintT i-orous t tasters ana to ait lini
ments. Ask Those Who
Know.
Ask any physician if Benson's Carcioe Porous
Plaster Is not the best plaster in the world. This
remarkable article was invented ts overcome the
Sreattohjwtion always fsuad to Ibe ordinary Po-
suua riaster oi siow action in oraigma mw.
-Lame Back:
For fme and Weak Back. Rheumatism. Trou-
bleaofthe Spine and Kidneys, it ia a truly won
derful remedy, phyelcian everywhere f cog
nise its areai supenoriiy w oiuer roreus I'las
lera and to all liniments. It relieves pain at
Anne and cures quisker than any known plaster,
iinuneniorcoiupouuu. .. ,
CjQlXJTIoN.
Theni aiViLinffernilt and WA.lil... Imnnh Itnni.
of ilenson's Cspcine I'laster in the mark.'t. The
genuine naveine wnra t a peine cut'tnrougn each
plaster. Sold by all druggists. Pries Uc.
a ti ia
U City CoaBerelsLl College
St. Louis, Mo.
'(EriiWialSs..) :
IE08. A.KICE, A.H.L
IAS. KICK, A. X.., .
'rlnclpalE
J, H. HUE WOOD, ,
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP. S8I OQ
" rriQT rv.n,.tA i..k . a d . i
. vr a uvri.lllM:. J uur'UU .U'l J fill lib.
j-VL course of t-tudy in the United States a
course Indixpensible to every young man em-
lTMa us uie ae. oi uie. .
For ninstrstsd Circular,
Address, '
1HUS. A. TUCK. A. II.. L. 14..
Octls-llv President.
v .CONSUilPTIOxN
POSITIVELY CURED
i- ''it
All sutl erers from this disease
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DANIEL F, BE A Tfl Wmhiiqton, X
FITS EPILESY
PALLING "SICKNESS
l'ormnnontly ourott'no humbug by one
month's usage of Pr. Moulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders, To eonvinee sufferers
that these powders will do all we claim for
thorn, we will send thiol by mail, post
paid, a free- trial box. As Dr. Goulard Is
the only physician that has over made this
disease a special study, and as to oui
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of thee ppwd irs,
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every case, or relund vu all money ex
pended. All sufferers should give those
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ASH & BOBBINS
im Fulton Street. Brooklyn, IS, Y.
PU1MONA
lb a Ceilaln, Prompt ami Iti liable Remedy for
the prrvrulion and curt of
Consumption, Asthma, Rronobitls, Catarrh
aud all Disoases of the Chest,
Throat and Lungs.
It is also earnestly recommended for alt dlsor
clem of Iheurrvout and blood systems being un
ruualed as a nerve blood and brain lood
Vulmcna nsoy be ocdeml through any dealer
In medicines or direct fwm Oscar O Moses, sole
proprietor IS Uourtlandl street, New York,
I'rlot one ilollnr per bottle Important clrcclar
teut free to applicants
ADVERTISING
man as as
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Ptptis, not
r.(MiuSr
iitT.iillluilyouaoUiuig and mil suitlg etrt
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Dr. PrERCES
STANDAED
REMEDIES.
NATTJBAIi ELKCTION,
?2LS.fc ucl!fc thrift and penwtuitv;
IWh SUnoUrfffinT.ik
others. Their tale In tha L'nlii.1 o. ,
tetdt on, lllh?glBrI;
land more No butinsts could grow to such
Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Catarrh Remedy
wss uver a penou oi zu years.
Xx. Saao'a
Catarrh Remedy
nuo vuiADiakUi,ijr incrcAepfl,
Xx. Staere'8
Catarrh Remedy
I lia. a.. IS.. It al a a.. .
vuius uj no uiim. uoi.Qing eueci.
Dr.Sasto'sl
Catarrh Remedy
cures cold lo head and Catarrh or Ozoeus.
wtV3NX OTTIN LETTEIl.
IT SPEAKS 1011 ITSELF.
KpexfoiiT, Mass., April 2, 187',
Mr. Editor-Having read In your poser the
reports of the remarkable cures of catarrh, 1 am
induced to tell wnat I know about oaUrrh, and
I fancy tbe "snnff" and Jiih.linirtiirw" m.k.
en-mere dollar grabbers would be glad If they
could emblazon a similar cure in the papers.
For 'ii years 1 suatred with catarrh. The nasal
Sassages 'became completely closed. Snuff,
ust, ashes, lnhaliog lubes and "sticks" would
not work, though it Intervals I would miff np
the so-called catarrh snuff, until I baonm. a valu
able tester for such medicines. I gradually grew
worse aud no one can know how musb I suffer
ed or what a niserable being I was. My head
ached over my ey:s so thst 1 was contlned to
my oeo iormany successive days, suflering the
most intense pata, which atone lime lasted for
ltiH hours. Alll SITjse of taste .ml amoll u-nnu
sight and hearing gone, nervous system ahatter-
eu sua wnsiiiuuon oroaen, anil i was nawaing
and spitting seven-eights oi the time. 1 prayed
forrl.sth to relieve me of my sufferings. A fa
vorable notice in vour naner ol' Dr. Satre'a t a.
furrh Remeity induced me to purchase a package
and use it with Dr. Sage's nasal douche, which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pressure, the
eniy way eompttiuie witn emmon sense. Well,
Mr. Editor, it did not cure xte In three-fourths
of a second, nor in one bour or month, but in
less than eiirht minutes 1 was relieved, and in
three months entirely cured, ond have remained
so for oyer lti months, While using the I Starr h
Remedy I nsed Dr. Pierce's (iolden Medical
Discovery to purify my blood and strcngt hen my
stomach. A also kept my liver set! re and
bowels regular by Ibe ust of his Pleasant Purga
tive Pellets. If my experience will induce other
sufferers to seek the same mesne of relief, this
letter win nave answered Its purpose.
lours, truly, a, D. UESSICK.
CLOUD OF A WITNESSES.
The following named witnesses are among tha
thousands who bave been cured of Catarrh by
the use o( Dr. Sace's Catarrh Kennedy.
A V Downs New tieneva Pa, l J Ilrown St
Joseph Mo, B O Lewis Rutland Vt,
Charles Nonrop North Chesterfield Maine,
Milton Jones Scriba N Y, J K Miller Briilger
Station Wvo, J C Merrvman Lc,r,nnsiiort Ind,
M M Post Logunsport Ind, .1 W Bailey Tremont
Pa, II B Avers La Porte Ind, Jesse M Scan Kt
Branch Ind, L L Willia.is Canton Mo, WW
TnayerOnarw 111, 9 B Nichols Jr (ialveston Tex
as, F Keinert steneviMe ra, S W Lusk McPar
land Wis, Johnson Williams ilelinick Ohio,
Mrs M A Curry Trenton Tcnn, .) U Jo.-lm
Keene V II, A l Casiier Table Rock W Va, liins
Anlers CravsportlJhio, C H Chase Elkhsit Ind,
Mrs Ueary Uaight San Prancisco Cal, Mrs E M
(lalluehs Lawrenceville N Y, W J Crnham A.tel
Iowa, A O NDI't'l Newmau o, i,u u nu
Baltimore MH, Jesse M Sears srlislo Ind, laul
B Miller Ft Wayne Ind. Mrs Minnie Arnals. )
Prlaney-at N Y. II V Hall I Instings Mich, Wm
F Martson Lowell Mats, I W Itoberts Mai imp
Arizona, Chu S llelanny llomsliurg Ps. M C
Cole Lowell Mass, Mrs C J Spurton Csmden
Ala, Chss V Kaw Krerlerlckfowa Ohio, Mrs Lury
Hunter, Pariiilnirtnn III, Cnpt K J Spanning
Camp Slsmhsuzh Wyo, I W Tracy Steaiulmat
Rock lows Mm Lyilia Waite "hushan N V, J M
Peck Junction City Mont, Henry Ebe Bantas
Cal. L P Cumraiags Bantoul III, S E .lon.n
Charleston Four Corners N Y. (loorge F Hall
Pueblo ;sl. Wrt K Bartrte Sterling Ps II h
ElmnMS PeUn-it Plrthbiirg P, J It Jackman
Ssmu Is' lieoot Ky, Henry Zobitt Oenevs N V,
MIssHiittm Purott Montcomerv Ohio. Ii l.eil
brook I'haiham III, S B Mc.Cov S'atihport tlhlo,
W W Warner North Jackson .Mich, Miss Mary A
Wlnne Dariea Wis, John .letter ( srlisle Springs
Pa, Jsmes Trmpklns St tHoirf Minn, Enoch
Iuer Pawner CitvKeb, Joseph T. Miller Xema
Kliio, S It Niihols (;alve?ion Texas, It 1. l.aird,
Vpix-r Alton III, John Davis Presrott Ari.onia,
Mrs Nunc; Orsliam Forest t.rove Uregnn,
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or BiooU-.leansin.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Pectoral.
Golden Medical Discovery
Is i Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant,
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Tonic,
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of its alterative properties, cures diseases
of the Blood and Skin, as Btrofula, or King't Evtl ;
Tumors : ITcers, or Old Sores j Blotches; Pimples;
and EranUons. By virtue of its reclnrul proper
lie!,, it cures llroiwkiW, TIima. i.wit aaw
tlons: Incipient Oonmiiiptlon ; l.ingering Ceuqlis;
and Chroaic Laryngitis. Its Cbolalogut propettits
render itanunciiuaU'd remedy lor Biliousness; T or.
pid liver, or "IJver Complaint;" aud its Tonic
properties make it equally efficacious in curing Indi
gestion, Lota of Appetite and Dypepsla.
When the skin is tallow and covered with blot,
thet and pimples, or where there are scrofulous af
fections asd swellings, a few bottles of Golden Med
ical Discovery will .fleet an snUre cure. If you fed
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have tallow color of akin,
or yeliowiih brown spots on face or body, frequent
headache or ditriness, bad taste inmeuth, internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
n,t elocmv forebodlnirs. Irreanwr appetite, and
toiiKiie coaiei
id, you are suffering Irom Torpid Liner
lliliuusm.." In many caws of "Liver l.om.
plaint," only part of these Symptoms are exper
ienced. Al a remedy for all such cases. Hr, Pierce's
tiolden Medical Discovery has no squal, as It sfTccis
perfect tures, leaving the Hw airengiheneil god
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