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I'.Oi'aiit Coacboo, Splendid Hotels, Grand
and Beautiful Hountain cud Valley it
Sconeiy, and the many points
lii.lorie:il Interest Alone;
ptfgFars wiU ALWAYS be at LOW
at by any hr LU.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Run Turon n
Western and Eastern Cities.
Tor ihrotiK'h tlcketH, baggage check,
aovemunt of trains, sleeping car aocom
Botlationn, elo.., ctc.'.apply at ticket oilicos
it alt principal point.
BORTii, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
! ..If. Barry,
L. M. Cole
Tho. K. Sharp,
sissier or Transp'n
Consumntlon, thatscourire of humanity, Is
ttie are at nad ot too human family, in all civil'
I feel couRdent that I am In possession of the
mty sura, laiaiii ui remeuy now known to
he profession tor ike speedy, positive curs ol
hat Oread dlteaae, snd Its unwelcome coscum
tant. vizi Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
ous ticblUtv.etc, etc. lam old fogy, lbe
ive In ine llclne. Twenty-eiKht year txpe
rlenee as a busy practitioner in the beat oon
nunption hoipital in the old and new world,
has biua-ht me tlie value of nrouer mmllm u.m
both local and constitutional In the cur" of this
frcat enemy of our race . 1 have found It But
am diitresssing. I started am to say to those
BUtlerlng with consumption or asy or the above
maladies, that by addresaing me, Kiving synips
Vuns, they shall be out in possessloa jothis
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
Weill of my experience iu thousand of case
suooessnilly treated. Full particular, dlnw
lions ior prepaniiiwa auu iuu wiiiuv ,nu
Instruction for aucoeaitul treatment at your
own home, will be received by you by rsturn
WflllT lt7 Jsotraoattmt LWrSTlli
ASK me recovered
suffer, victim ot
fever snd agn. tti
tient, how they rvuov
rreti health, cheerful
spirits, and good ft
petlt thy Will tel
you by taking Sim
mon' Liver Pir-
TJIECUEAPEST, AND BEStVaULY MKD
ICINr 'NTUE WOULD.
bilious attac.ka. 8IOK HkAUAt HE, Colic, Uf
nrvwxin of Spirits, SOCK STOMACH, Heart
llurn, te. etc
'I Ilia unrivalled Southern Remedy Is war
ranted not U contain a rartlcit of Mercury,
or any Injurious substnnee. but is
containing those southern roots and herbs which
sn ill wine 1'rovidence ha placed In countries
where I.iver Diseases prevail. It will cure all
diseases caused by derangement of tlie l:ver
The symptoms of Liver Complslnt sre a bit
ter or bail bute la the mouth 1 1'ain In the back,
side or Joints, ollcn mistaken for rbeunia
tUm sour stomach, loss ot appetite, bowel
Itanuiely enstiv end lax. n-aiiache, lost 01
mmiury with a painful sensation of having
tailed t do somethinn which outfht to lisve
Leen done debility, low spirits, a thick yel
low a, ,irance of the aklu and eyes, a dry
oouiih often mlstakn for consumtl"n.
home iiues many of these sympioms attead
the disease, at other very few, but the liver, the
lawst oran In ih b d, Is aenerally the seat
of diseav and if not refruiatH in time, urea
suflerina, wreicbednea and UtA'l U will en
I can recommend a an efflcarJous remedy for
disease of the Liver, Heartburn and Dvspepsia,
Mimmout' Liver Keirclator. I.rwis wkndib,
172 Master street. AsslaUut Pwtmailter, l'hll-
' We have tested It virtues, tiersonslly, and
now that for i)speinl, .Biliousness and
Thrrhliinfr Headache it l the beat medicine the
w.irl I ever saw, We have tried forty other
remedial liore riinimoni' l.nr dilator,
but niHia of tttem irave us mure than t miKirary
relief; but the Uetruletor not only retiewl
liut cured us." tu. IsuioKAra ajiu AIssssn
oaa. Macon, (a.
Solium is so unoieasant. nottimK o common
a bad breath, and la nearly every case it oomes
from the .Stomach, and can be so easily eorrecU
e-l if you will lake bimmons' Uver Ketrulator,
DO not neKier.t so sure a remeqy ior lau rv
pulsive ditorder. It will 1J improve tour
Apptit, coinplexlon. and Uuteral llealtb.
Tills dutreaaln alflicllon occurs most fre
quently. Hie disturbance of the atomacb,
arising from imperfectly digested contents,
causes s severe pain In tf"i he I, accompanieil
wiOi diareeti nausea, and this roiutltutes
what Is popularly known a ttick Headache, t or
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contain four medical elenicnts, never
found in the same happy pmoortion In any
other prejaration, vii: a iienlle Calliartie, a
powerful tonic, n uneictptirnable alteraiive
and a certain Corrective of all impurities 01
he body. SuchsiKtial ucou bu aiusndad it
an t at It la now re-carded as the
tt FECI UAL SI'Et irC
, As s Keiuedy in
MM-AIUOUS r EVEfU, BOS EL COM
I'LAINTS, 1VRHKI!I A, MEM AL HEI'tte S.
(-K..N, llEXILKhHNEsS, JAI'SDICE, NAU
fK. SICK HEAKACHE. CO'JC, IXlNdTIi--ATIOS
and HI JOC.-t.VES3
IT wx NO EQUAL.
Armed with thi ANTIDOTE, all .hanges of
eltniate and water and food may be faoed with
out tear. As a Keiuedy in MALARIOUS
KKyjULS, AIM-EL COMPLAINTS. htST.
LKasNKSS, JAUNDICK, N Al.'SKA,
MASirAcruaao o.i i. r fit
' ir Tbtj rv
I'nce !.. Sold by all LiruxirCw.
llappinssur .Userf , that Is Hie Ihh
Dr..W. E. lloyt ot 25 year succesmul
nrauLio! saaiaDU-e Epeedy and peiumn-
ent cure ol all Chronic, Scrofulous, i'ri-
vato, Sypliiletic and retnale UUeaHea,
HRTinaU.'rrliu;a, or sell-abuse, at his
Medical institute, A pan & Cheney illock,
PIij5it4jilie City Hull 1'ark, byracuec,
N. V. Medicine sent tu all parts ol toe
U. f. and Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertising quicks who throng our large
citiee, but consult Dr. lloyt or send lor
circular treating on' his epecialities to his
I. U. Box 276.
Ladies, My great liquid French
remedy, Atulo lhj Femtne, or Female
Friend, is unfailing In the cure of all
patuul aud dangerous diseases ot your
sex. It moderates all excesses, and
brings on the monthly period with regu
larity. . In all nervous and spinal afluc
tions, pains In the back or limbs, heavi
ness, fatigue on slight exertion, palpita
tion ot the heart, lowness of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headuche, whites, and all
painful diseasesoccasioned by a disorder
ed system It effects a cure when all other
means tail, i'rloe $z.0v per bottle, sent
by mail. Dr, W. K. lloyt, llox 270,
Syracuse. N, V.
. F. Kunkera Bitter Wine of Iron
The zreat su:ces and dellirht of the people.
in fact nothing of the kind tua ever been offered
to (he American people which hat so quickly
found it wav into their Rood favor and hearty
aoproval at t. r'. Kunkel'a Hitter Wine of Iron.
I does an It proposes, and thus give univcraa
satisfaction. Hi cturanteed to cure the worst
caoe of dyspepsia or indiKMtion, kidney or
liver dise tae, weakness, nervotunesn, constipa
tion, aridity of the etomai'ii, Ao. Oet tnegtn
nine. Only Sold in 1 tMittles. Depot and of
lice. tVi North Ninth street, Philadelphia. Ak
for Kunkei's and take no other, rjold by all drug
((1st. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia- Dyspepsia.
K. F. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron i a sure cure
for this dueaie. It has been prescribed daily for
many yeri in the practice of eminent phyiittins
With unparalleled iucms. Hymplonn are lots of
appetite, wind and rising offuod, dryncs in mouth,
headai.ne, dirtiness, sleepleskness and low spirits
t,et ine genuine. ot sold in uuia. only in at not
ties: hold by all druifaiits. Axk fur K. K , Kun
kel's Hitter wine of Iron and take no other. 11
per bottle, orsix bottles fur ". All 1 ask is s trial
of ibis valuable medicine. A trial will convince
you at once. i
worms, Worms, Worms.
K. F, nunkel's Worm byrtin never falls to
renieve all kinds of Worms, beat, pin and
stomach Worms are readily removed by Kun
kel's worm ttyrup. Dr. vunkl is Wis only
suocessful yhuician In this country that ean
remove Tana Worm In from two to four hours.
He h. is no fee until head ana all passes alive anil
in this snaee nt time, liniinon sense teaches
if Tape Worm can be removed, all other Worms
can readilv lie removed. Ask your druggist for
a bottle ot nunkeri worm ovrup. rnoe si.uu
per bottle. It never fails or send to the debtor
fur circular, No. 1J Nona Ninth tit., i'hlladel-
bis. Advice free.
W. R. SMITH, JR., M. D,
Oluoa and Rosidonoe :
No. 21, TUlrteeuth-st., - - CAIRO, ILL
Application bavin? been made to his
Kxoeilencv. ribelbv H. Cullom. Governor
or the State ot Illinois, for the pardon of
Thomas J. Kills. eonvlsted, at the May term
(1877) of the Alexander circuit eourt of
none-stealing, and sentenced to imprison
ment In the penitentiary theralor, notice
is hereby (riven that said application for
pardon will be heard before his excellency.
at opriugneiu, on r nuay, me lam insi.
Fatah week to Aronts. floods mn1. M.mf
tlgulars Iras. 4 . W urui s.o.Bt.l.uis,aia
OfiXco, Bsillsstla. DuUllTir. Coma PwejUtto. Btxaot sua.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. 1878.
A State On Fire
Sunday, March 24, 1878, will long he re
membered In Mouth Carolina tor the wide
spread coniUsTiUion which enveloped the
forest and many of the farm in all por
tion of the Hale. There bad been a long
drouth, tlie withered leaves ot winter still
clung to many of the treat; woods, lences
and .bridge were like so much Under,
ready to be kindled by a spark; the March
wind hie v steadily and fiercely ; and the
hush tires inclduntto clearing new grounds,
and the reprehensible custom of sitting fire
to tbe wood aud old 11 elds In order to clear
the way for fresh gran tor cattle, lurnish
ed the sparks; and, In consequence, from
every county ot the state cameeoount of
forests swept by the II sines, valuable leno
lug destroyed, and residence aud valuable
farm produce, fulling a prey to the devour
ing element. Tills Is a sad dhmstor to
many poor farmers, in addition to tbe Im
mediate distress caused by the loss ol food
and shelter, the consequential damage
lrom tbe Interruption ot work at this par
ticular season. Fences and houses must
be rebuilt, .planting greatly retarded,
and debt Incurred to replace provisions'
The legislature, which has just adjourned,
did a great deal that was intended to be
for the benefit of the farmers. Tbey passed
a no-fence law, repealed one lien law and
passed another, and also enacted a statute
to protect the property of planters In the
hands of their factors. The next legisla
ture will hve an opportunity of rivaling
their predecessors in tbe tbe good work by
framing a law to prevent lortst fires.
Battles of tho Sparrows.
One might suppose the seemingly b arm
less little English sparrows introduced in
to Baltimore a few years ago, now num
bering almost millions, were wholly free
from belligerent characteristics. It is not
so, however, astbey become terribly com
bative, particularly when nesting and hatch
ing, as at present. They go in clans or
bodies and are often hostile to an extreme,
lighting when brought in contact unto tbe
Very death. A few days ago a number of
persons were attracted to a fight going on
between two parties of these pets in North
Calrert-etreet. between Madison and Centre-streets,
Two of them were cogaged In
fierce and terrible conflict, They fought
on tbe ground, then in the air, subsequent
ly ontimung tbe battle on limbs of trees,
each following the other, coming into
close, wing to wing conflict, keeping up
the fijjht tor over twenty minutes, until
both seemed exhausted. Wbil.-t the com
bat was In progress numerous others of
iheeparrow were likewise in earnest con
flict, determined on victory or death.
Under tbe eaves of a house
near by and on tho ton
ajAnrA. .. hot-ret lie birds it appeared, had
built nests and were hatching their youog.
Hundreds ot them wertuxoitediy fluttering
within and around that vlciuty.
They seemed acting In self-defcnBe and
fir domiciliary rights. The invading army
was doubtless endeavoring to dislodge
those in original possession. Therein was
the apparent cause of so furious a battle of
the Bparrow. Eventually, alter a desper
ate contlict, in which several dead and
wounded were left on the field, the insur
gents were driven off and tboso in presum
ed rightful possession appeard, from their
chattering, chirruping and .rejoicing, hap
py in having so triumphantly defended
their home rights.
Ordirs for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Ofllceon whan Host, foot of Sixth street.
Ottlcs or llalliday Brothers, opposite St.
Kxvptiun Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Damp, foot of Tbirty-vightb street, or
i-oji uince a rawer atu
B. F. Blake
r?aints, Oils. Varnishes
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Snadoi, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated UltnnlnaU
Corner Eleventh Btrest and Wash.1
33 23 77 13 OUT' S
A grant Improvement! Asooiking, healing?,
on iheordiiusi y porous I strengthenii g and pain
plaster, I killing agent in one.
The manufacturers receiv'dthe hinhest and only
award given to 1'orous l'lasters at the Centennial.
We warrant Benson's Capclne Plasters to be su
perior to all other l'orouf l'lasters and to all lini
ments. Ask Those Who
Ask any physician If Hanson's Ca peine Porous
Planter is not Ihe beat plaster in the world. 1 his
remarkable artii-le was invented to overcumf the
great objection always found to the ordinary I'o
rous 1'laster of slow action in bringing relief.
For Lime and Weak Hack, Rheumatism, Trou
bles ol the Spine and Kidneys, it is a truly won
derlul remedy, physicians everywhere recog
nize its great superiority toother foreus l'las
ters and to all liniments. It relieves pain at
once and curia qu.ster than any known plaster,
There are dangerous snd worthless immilations
of Uenbon's Capcine 1'ionter in the market. The
genuine have the word Capcine cut throua eacn
plaster. Sold by all druggists. J'rlceiic.
i -a 73
All Bull erers lrom this disease
xioust o be cured should try Dr. Kiss
ner's Celebrated Consumptive l'owders.
These powders are the only preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
diseases of tbe throat and lungs Indeed,
so strong is our faith in tbem, nod also to
convince you that tbey aro no humbug, we
will forward to every sufierer, by mat
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want yourmocoy until you are
ferfectly satisfied ot their curative powers.
I you life is worib saving:, don't delay in
giving thce powders a trial, as they wil
surely euro you.
i'rlce, lor large box, $3. sent to pny pari
f the United States or Canada by mail on
rccoipt of price. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
360 Fulton street. Brsoklvn, N. Y
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Kowlet : 1 sent you M cts for two boxes of
tirsce's Salve. I nave had two and hare used
'.hem on an ulcer on my foot, and it is almost
well. ltespeallullyyoiu.C. J. Tan Ness.
Trice S.'i cents a bos at all druggists, or fent bv
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theru with $lo, and lor every organ 83, to be ap
plied on payment ot either a pmno or organ ;
and when it amoULta to a sum sulllclent to pay
for any instrument, selected at tbe LOWtST
WlIOLK.SAI.b l'RICK, 1 will immediately ship
the instrument, free, or alter any amount Is
credited the balance may be paid lie in cash and
I will then ship them the Instrument, They
need not be known in the matter, and will he
doing their friends a real service, as I shall
make SPECIAL, OFFERS to them, selling a
SCI'ERIOR INSTRUMENT for lrom ONE
HALF to IWO-TUIUUS what is ordinarily
asied by agents. I'leuse send me a list at once,
and alter you have made inquiry, you can add
to it. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, S
Permanently ourod no humbug by ont
month's usage or lv. Uoulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders, To convince sutferers
that these powders will do all we slaitn lor
them, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard is
the only physician that has ever made this
disease a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powdjrs,
we will gaarantoe a permanent cure lr
every case, or rulund you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should give tbeso
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
oi tnotr curative powers.
Price, for large box, t.1, or 4 boxos mt
10, sent by mall to any part ot United
States or Canada on receipt of price, or
oxpresB, 0. 0. 1). Address,
ASH 4s BOBBINS
SCO Pulton .Street. Brooklyn, IN, Y.
I a Certain, Prompt and Reliable Remedy for
the prevention and our of
Consumption, Asthma, llroncbltls, Catarrh
aud all Diseases ol the Chost,
Throat and Lungs.
It I also earnestly recommended for all disor
der of the uervous aud blooit systems being uu
equaled as a nerve blood and brain food
l'ultnona may b ordered through any dealer
In medioiuea or direct from Oscar U Muses, sole
proprietor IS Courtlandl street, New York,
I'rlce one dollar per botlls Important eiroclar
tent free to applicants
arrsilwilleoatyasautkuis end wtU study
, siAfUrtft rubra nctt, I
K Louis. tts
Are not advettited as "cure-alls," but are specif
ics in the diseases lor Which they are recom
Investigators of natural science have demon
stratrd beyond controversy, that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival ot the fittest" is the
only law iliai vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity,
Lioes not the ssme principle govern the commercia1
prosperity of man? An interior cannot supercede I
susenor article . By icason of superior ment, Ur
l'iereeJs Standard Medicines have outrivaleo. all
others. Their sale in tlie United States alone es
eeds on million dollars per annum, while the
amount esported foot up to several hundred thou
sand more. No business could grow to such gignn
lie proportions and rest upon any other basis than
thai of merit. .'
13 PLEASANT TO USE.
Its cures extend over a period of 20 years,
Its sale constantly Increases.
Cures by Its mild, soothing effect.
Cures cold in head and Catarrh or Ozoeua.
-AJXT OXX33Nr IaX3TTX3XX.
IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.
Rocxpoht. Mass.. Auril 2. 1ST;:
Mr. Editor Having read in your paper the
reports oi tue remaraauie cures or catarrh, 1 am
induced io tell what I know about catarrh, and
I lanay tbe "snuff" and "inhaling tube" mak
ers mere dollar grabbers would beglad if tbey
couid emblaion a similar cure in the papers.
For 2 years 1 suflered with catarrh. The nasal
passages became completely closed, Snuff,
dust, allies, inhaling tubes and "sticks" would
not work, though al intervals I would sniff tip
the so-called catarrh snuff, until 1 became a valu
able tester for such medicines. I gradually grew
w.irse and no onu ran know how much 1 suffci
ed or vthata miserable being I wad. My head
ached over my eyes so that 1 Was contlued to
my bed for many successive days, suffering the
most intense pain, which at one lime lasted for
16 hours. Alll sense of tuste and smell gone,
sight and hearing gone, nervous system shatter
ed and constitution bioken, and 1 was hawking
and spitting seven-eights ol the time. 1 prayed
for d'Uth to relieve me of aiy sufferings. A l'a
vorablr notice in your paper of Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy induced me tc purchase a package
and use it with Dr. Sage's nasal douche, which
applies the remedy by hydrostatic pressure, the
ouly way compatible wiliicemnionsense. Well,
Mr. Editor, it did not euro ae in tnree-fonrths
of a second, nor in one hour or month, but in
less than eight minutes 1 was rulieved and In
Uiree months entirely cured, onil have mained
S3 for vcr It; muiiths, While using the Catarrh
fi'f.V'lJfcguiar by the uss of his Pleasant Purga
tive Pellets. If my experience will induce oiher
sutt'erers to seek the same mean of relief, this
letter will have answered its purpose.
Yours, truly, . l. RENN CK.
CLOUD OF A "WITNESSES.
The following named witnesses ire among tho
thousands who have been cured of Catarrh by
the use ol Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
A K Downs New Geneva Pa, X) J Brown 8t
Joseph Mo, H C Lewis Rutland Vt,
Charles Norcrop North Chesterfield Maine,
Milton Jones Scriba N Y, J K Miller Erldger
Station Wvo, J CM.rryman Logansport Ind,
M M Post Logansport lnd, J W llailey Treiuont
Pa, II II Avers l.a Porte Ind, Jesse M Sears Ft
Branch Ind, L L Willia i a Canton Mo, W W
TnaycrOnarga 111, S it Nich-jU jr lialveston Tex
as, r Reinert Stoneville Pa, h W Lusk McFar
land Wis, Johnson Williams Helmick Ohio,
Mrs M A Curry Trenton Xenn, J (j Jo-lin
Keene V II, A J Laeper Table Rock W Vs, Louts
Sniers GravsportUhio, C 11 l.hase Elkhart Ind,
Mrs Ucary ilaiglit san Francisco Cal, Mrs K M
(lallusha LawrcnceviUe N Y, W J Graham A. lei
Iowa, A O Smith Newman Oa, Clias K Rice
Haltimore Md, Jese M Sears Carlisle lnd, Danl
II .Miller Ft Wayne In-i, Mrs Minnie Arnats vf.S)
lelaney-st N' Y, H W Hall Hastings Mich. Wm
F vertson Lowell Mass, I W Roberta MaiicoDa
-"-J"-, u-j j ,'ciain.jr j .rrriBuura; J a, 1,1 Kj
Cle Lowell Mass, Mrs C J Spurion Camden
Ala, Chas F Kaw Fradericktowa Ohio, Mrs Lucy
Hunter, Farming-ton 111, Capt K J Spaulding
Camp Stambatigh Wyo, I W Tracy Steamboat
Rack lows, Mrs Lydia Walte Shushan N Y, J Al
Peck Junction City Mont, Henry Ebe Hants
Cal, L P Cummiags Rantoul HI, S E Jones
Puebeston Four Corners N Y, Cieorge F Hall
Ebonlo Cal, Wm K liartTie Sterling Pa II K
Sam IMS l'enn-st l'ittaburg Pa, J U: Jackman
Misu- Is Depot Ky, Henry Zobist Geneva. N Y,
brosllattie Pirrott Monta-omery Ohio, L Led
W ok Chatham III, S B McCoy Nashport Ohio,
WW Warner North Jackson Mich, Mis Mary A
Winne Darien Wis, JohnZiegler Carlisle Springs
Pa, James Tompkins St Cloud Minn, Kuoch
Duer Pawnee City Neb, Joseph T. Miller Xenia
Ohio, S 11 Nichols Ualveston Texas, H L Laird,
Cpper Alton III, John Davis Prescott Arizonia.
Mrs Nancy Ciraham Forest Grove Oregon,
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Alterative, or liiood-cleanslng.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a C'holagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reson of Its alterative properties, cures diseases
of the Blood and Skin, as Sjrofula, or King's Evil ;
Tumors j Ulcers, or Old Sores ; Blotches; Pimples;
and Eruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Bronchiil, Throat and I.lmg AAeo
tions; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs;
and Chroaic Laryngitis, lu Cholalogue properties
render it an unequalcd remedy lor Biliousness (Tor
pid Liver, or "Liver Complaint;'' and its Tonic
properties make it equally efficacious in curing Indi
gestion, Loss of Appetite and Dypepsia
Where the skin is sallow and covered wilh blot
ch's and pimples, or where there are scrofulous af
fections and swellings, a few bottles of Golden Med
ical Discovery will effect sn entire cure. If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
or yellowish brown spots on facs or body, frequent
headache or dijjiness. bad taste in mouth, internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irreaular amtlt. .,,,1
tongue coated, you are suffering lrom Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness." In many cases of "Liver Com
plaint." only part of these symptoms are exper
ienced. As a remedy for all such cases. Dr. Plercs's
uouicn ateuiuu viscovery nas no equal, a it effects
perfect cures, leaving the liver strengthened and
Dr. R. V, PiancB Is th. sola irmnrt.tnr anA
manufacturer of Hie foregoing remedies, all of
""" m wiM oy uruggiBts. ale Is also the
Author of the People's Common Sens Medical
jK.yiaer, won oi nearly oae tnoneand pages,
with two hundred and eighty-two wood-engravings
and colored plate. He baa already sold of
this popular work
Over 100,000 Copies!
PRICE (post paid) $1 SO.
address i .
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