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A PlUELT VlUIETADLK PlMTIl.I.ATIO.N K.N-
TIllEI.y U.NMKB AM. OTHER KtMUJIKS.
In IIih preparation of thin rcmarkablt remedy
very herb, plum, ami ,ark In euhjecud to dlettlln-
tUm. whereby the hm"iiI)h1 ni-llcal principle U ob
Mined lu vapor, coudcnecd and bottled. What ru
nialna In tiio etlll In Inert, valuele, and totally
Unlit fur uc In all organlein todclb ale li nutul
plottage. Y rl all tnutra are llitoluhle C(ii pound,
of woody fibre; all tincture, aaturaled aolntiuua-
Sankokds Radical Cuj.k
1 a local and conetllntlnnal remedy, and it ippllcd
to the iiuul paeeugca by iututtlalloii, thu alluvlng
liillKiinimlKin Mhd pain and at nucu correcting,
rU'inaiiiK, and puryfliitf accretion. Internally
adiniiil.tercil, It act upon tbu organ of circulation,
keep IIih i-kln molet. aud liciitrall.c I lie acid pol
on that ha found In way Into tliu ttoinach ami
them e Into the blood. Thnaciircprogrec Inbolli
lln-vtlmia. aud It do-a not lern poeeihle for hutnuu
Ingenuity to uVvl.o a mure rational treatment.
HLIil'ItlHINO CI' KB.
;knti.mk)i:- About twelve year a, while
travelling with Father Kemp 6ld Folk Concert
I roup.' an a tenor lnger I took a tever cold ami
w.o. laid up at Newark. N. J. Till, cold brought on
':VLT.r ultack or Catarrh, which I Imtilc-if with
very known remedy for four week without avail,
aud waa finally i.till. d to give up a moet dctlralile
poeltion and return home, unable to elng a note.
,','r '."'" ' "r" afterward I wa miahle to ting at
ll. The flr.i atta k of Catarrh hail lift my na.nl
organ and throat o enltive that the tllghteel cold
would bring on a fn-U attack. lea vine me iiro.trutcd.
In tbla way 1 continued to uffer. The fuel atuck
the .;vcre.l lever had, w terrible. I mltcred Hie
nio.t rxi-ruclatlng pain In my bead, wa. o boaree
an to he acarcely able to apeak, aud coughed In
tea.HUtly. I tbotighl I wa going into quick ran
tumptluti, and I (Irmly believe 11ml had tlieeoeyrnp.
ton. continued without relief thev would have rend
en d m an ea.y victim. When (u thl. couditlon. I
commenced the t,,P (,f s.sroiiii'a Iim ai, i.'i iik
roil Cataiihu, very relin tunllv, I confeea. a. I hail
tried all the advertl.cd rcmedlce without bcuellt.
The Aral dote of thl wonderful un dh Ine gave me
the greatcet relief, It t hardly po,i,. ,,r 0.
whitehead ache., eye ache, who can ecarcely ar
ticulate dittlnctly on account of the choking ami
mulailou lu hi. throat, to realize tiow much relief
I obtained from the flr.i application of SAvrowj'
Ha tin ai. Crim. liirtcr lu Inllucuce. bulb Internal
and external. I rapidly recovered, and by an oca
.lonal Due of the remedy .line, bate Wen entirely
free from Catarrh, for the fli.t time In twelve year.
oeu. vr. iioi.bkook.
Waitiiaw. Mam.. Jan 8, 1K71
P. h I purcha.ed the HaIiIi At. Out or 0-0. II.
K'igvn, Druggitt, Jtumford Bulldiug.
Each package contain. Ir. Ranford i Improved
Inhaling lube, wlib Ml direction, for u.e In all
I' '" yt ! by all U hole.ale and
)leUll Drucl.t. ttinjiu-boiii the ( nlted Slate, and
anada. W cia. INnran, (i, neral AgeLi. and
w bolc.alt l)rii;yita. Bmion. M..
AK KI.FTRi)OAI.VAXIC I1ATTF.RT fOMH!'K!)
WITH A IIKillLV IUI( ATKD HTltK.ViTll
tM.Ntl 1-I.ASTKK, KtJHall.NO THE BT
I'l.AHTKH KOU PAI.S8 AND ACHUt
I N TH K W0K1 J) OF M EDICI.N E.
Tbeaa I'laxtora hive now bwi krtr Iht public
r.r two yir, and. uotolib.taiidliii; the lmmen.
liomx-r of p-medlra in Ibr forto of llnlmi nt. lo
Hun. palnur-r. and ordinarv plairr.. they bave
tedlly IncrraM-d In aale and met with onlver.al
pnroval, a evidenced by over one thoa.and 0D-K.llilu-d
te.ilmotial. tn ttnr po..-.inn. Manv
rrmarkable raM-a have horn tt-nitri to by well
knemn cltlei). la all Jart. of the I oiled Rlate..
copli ofwblrh will be ut frvf of rt.rif to anv
out deairlDf thtm. Imprnvementa, In nianvwav.,
bave been made, aa uk'rr,U-4 by eipcrl.-iire and u.e.
until It la tbouirht that tbey are now perfert ta rn-rv
fe.pct. and th (hi llaaUrr In the World of Med!
tine. All wea.k fmm every aalferer In the land I. a
Ini'la trial Tbe price la S trntn. allhonab the
eol la double that of any other pla.ter. but. not
wltb.undlnK the efforu of the proprietor to make
the leat plwu r In tbewurldfor the lea.t money,
any almtiar remedy ran b txiutht. nuBiber. of uu
acrupuloua d alera will U found ready to nibrcpre
aeni them for .elA.b motive, and enaeavur lu .ut
filiate other. If you a.k for
Collins' Voltaic Plasti u
Have It If you have to fend to na for It
Hold by all Wbole.ale and Kctall Driici.'l.t
throughout tbe I'nlted Mrte. and Canada., and by
W ith. a I'lrrran, Proprietor., Ko.ton. .Ma.a.
Capcine Porous Plaster!
A (ireat Improvement
iV on the ordinary pur- Ml nr-uttb-iiiuif and
poin kiliin,; at,Mil lu one.
The mannfartnrera r'-celvi-d tbe hlche.t and only
award (iven to I'oroue I'la.ter. at the Ceiilenulal.
Wo warrant Heneou' Celne I'la.ter lo ! .upe.
rlor lo all other l'uruut I'Uru r. aud to all lluiim uu.
ASK THOSE AVIIO KNOW
A.k any phTiclan ir Heti.on'a Capclne I'ornua
I'larter le nut the beet plaater 111 the world. Tbla
remarkable article waa Invented lo overcome the
.Teat objection alway. found lo tbe ordinary poruua
plaetvr ol aluw acliuu lo brlnijlin; relief.
Por lame and weak bark, rucnmatl.m. trouble, of
the eplne and kldneya. It la a truly wonderful re me
fly. rhy.lrlan. everywhere recotilce il. treat u
pi rlorliy to other porou pla.ier. aud to all llnl
menta. It relieve, pain at once and cure. iiiliker
thau any kuow u plaeter, liulmeut or compound.
r 4 TTTTAV THEHKaredatureroii.aud
.7iVU 1 lVJi wonhlcM Imllatlon. of
llenaon'a Capcine 1'ln.ter In the market. The Ken
nine bave the word "Capcine" cut throUL'h each
pla.ter. fold by all drtiitgtua. I'rlre cent.L
37 Court riace, Louisville, Kj-J
4 4 er-ffiilarly ednrated and leirally qualified phv.l
Velaii anil the timet eucce.pful, " 111" practice
CniKa Ai.t. FoiiM.or I'KIVATK, CIIIIOMC and
HEXI AI. DISKANKS.
KrKKMAToKUIIKA ANI1 IXIIiTKXCV, . the re.lllt of
elf ahu.e In vouih. .eiual abii.e. lu ninliirer .venrx,
or oilier run'!', ami produclinr mine of Ihe lollow
Inn eli'ec: Nervoii.ue... Heniliml eiiile.loue, (lilcht
t'liilaelona bv dreiun..) dlimic.e of .lulil. defective
tiieniory, phV.lcal ileoav, pimple, on the race, aver
sion to'aoclelv of fonuile., roiifuainn of Idea., lo.a
of .eximl pover. Ac, renderlui! nttirt lmi Impropi'r
or iinhajiiiv. are ihnroiiiihly mi'l iieriniineiiily cured.
hVI'IIII.ls poltlvelv Hired anil liillrelveniilli iili'd
from tbe ev.leiu. tio'.NOUItliKA. CI.KhT. tin blil.,
Mrlclurc. llcrulii. (or ltiiilure), I'llea and other prl
Mill' dl.eii.e. iiiilcklv cured.
Il I. Heir-i'tlileiil I fin I apliylcliinwliop,iy.pcctiil
atti'iil Inn lo a eerlnlii cln.. dl'illm'a.e.. mid treiilllnit
thoii.unda ct ii ii tin I v. iiciiiire. iireiit.klll. I'liynirlun.
know liia till, fin i 'often reeoniiniiiid n roii. lo mv
rare, When II i. Iticouvetilciil lo vlnll llm i lly for
treatment, tn.-.i l.-l m -run 1,,-.-n t jm I til lj mnl .ali lv
by m it 1 1 or exiin'.. aiivwhem.
fVUKu uf.l(ANTiii:i IV AT.L I'AyF.i rXDKK
, , 17.KUN.
Ciiti.iilliilloii. pernmiiiH i,.' 1i v Inter fre and In
vited. Clmi'ticH reKKoimblc uh I correKiiolieeiK e
A I'KIVATK Cftl'NSKI.OH
Of 9K pau'ea, aenl lo liny nililre... .eciirelyaenlert,
thlriv (HI) eetila, Hhoiild be rend by all, dilre.a
M nliove, Olllce from V A. M. lo 8 1'". M. Hituduya,
to 4 1'. M.
Plann. Ilrirnn hn.t. avf A..i. r...
- Fun r, k-,...,n, ,. p,..p, . i mnop
only ir.i. Coat )'I,V. Clrculnre free, I). F, Beat
ly, WMbltigtoD, K.J,
i.,tl Itirt toiu-a llp,,Mi,a 1t .l,,i. aa . iii-..-
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KVKHT MOHXIKll (MOKOAYa IXCIITEUl,
Olllce: Bulli'tla Utilldlnif, WmnIiIiiKUiii Avenue
Hubaorlptlori 1 1 ii t e m :
Ilally (delivered by carrier.) per week
Hy mall iln advance) one year
Hy nf i' (!n dvauc) oue year
H r roe (
Til ee iriiii a
Tuclu.. o.' ;.i ei ov l t-r j'i'I
T'o. 'j Co. '.epi d.
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V'.fit r.'i'in oer aqnare
O'oa ! ee n.r
on., per iwHarc
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Ko m , ael: ? iiiare. . . .
To ee i.'eck,
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v rdc't o.r aijuare
Klr.t 'naciion, pe. .nuare 1 in
Hllb.eiit'eiH 'li.e l'.'. rl
Kiiilu llDea o o V 'oe -e" con.liliile fijllare.
W.f'.ihyu ,-(V'i ae.p-'. '" be ilmrijei accord
Inn to , he ' 0 e oe c i' d, ove -nle.- there be
lli! '.elvu i -o' o't'.e'ie otliM:uei.
'Jo f n Vn ' it Oder auperlor induce
rncii s in i ; o i o ;iiuri;ea aud munucr of
i ;H na ,or
ihmb iiom' i " for firiit Inner-
'Ion; ej :fi a ,t:; ' le o. ij m ' i.eoueiii In.er
tmn. Coinmnnlcalioir -ion .,'V't."o?enerl Inlere.t
to the public are i , i i . i cpluble. Kejected
inn ii ii i rlpi. ,;ll no e .irped.
Letter. and onii. ,i" r. o.' .hould be addrc.ed
' CalioBulle 'j C -ro, lllloo'i."
JNO. II. OBKIU.Y. (ir neral Maiui-fr.
tO.NTIM KU KKOM rKCO.SO I'AfiE.J
i'xtcinlwl rcmnrk tijMin Uio illustrious dtit'l,
h : (ii 1 dchire to cxjin-Ks liisfull itijjirohatiofi
of tlie rcwjlutiouH. Ho diil not have the
intiiiiiite pcrwjMul acqtiuiotitncc with Jmlc
Un-i-wj powufsscd by the imtlcmen who hail
w) fittingly euloffi.f him. It was true, he
Mini, he had met him thirty years ago,
when Judge IJreese was making a vigorous
canvass for it return to the United States
senate. Since then he had not nitthirn over
a dozen times. Hek'lieved he jioKsesseil all
the traits so Uautifiilly attrihuted to him
hj the mirnkrs of the Lar. He knew him
mainly as a jurist -through rexirts of
di-ci-ions maiV hy bim. Judge IJreese was
no ordinary man. He possessed
immense intellectual pfiwer. ' It had
Ixrn stated by one of the gentlemen who
preceded fhim, that Judge Breese'r presence
impressed the lehohkr with his greatness.
His judgments lore a similar likeness. He
was a man led hy no one. A leader him
self, he was not lnmnd by the fetters of pre
cedent. He wag an indejiondi'nt thinker.
That he was an educated man, his reported
opinions demonstrated lxyond a doubt.
Judge Mulkey then put the resolutions
to the meeting, and they were unanimously
On motion of Mr. I). T. Lincgar the fol
lowing resolution was adopted :
That the resolutions and proceedings of
thiH fun-ting lie presented to the circuit
court by Hon. Wm. H. Green, with are.
iuest that they be ordered by the court to
be spread of record.
Tlie meeting adj mrnc 1.
The Circuit court was then convened,
Jmlge D.J. Buker presiding.
Judge Green arose and said :
I appear before the court for the purjtose
of presenting the resolutions adopted by
the Cairo Bar, on tlie death of Judge Urecso,
and I move the court that the resolutions
be spread of record by order of the court.
I fee' jKjorly ublo to projK-rly represent the
bar on this occasion. The feeling which
has prompted us toprepare these resolutions
is ro-i-xietcnt with civilization, if not with
the history of the human family. To ad
mire greatness in man, to low lnfore the
grandeur of genius, is namral to-day as it
has ever lieen. And to jwur forth regrets
at the grave of the great man is not new
or unnatural. Some of the most splendid
monuments of ancient eloquence will be
found in the funeral oration. And we do
well to cultivate the admiration of mi-it
whose lives have been fontains of good
and great deeds. A jut emulation of
living worth and departed excellence will
purify and ennoble the rising generations.
And we are greatly ut fault if we fail to
recognize and distinguish the fact that there
are int.-llec'ual Titans among men; that
there arc those whose greatness of mental
grasp place them alnive their fellow men
as the loftiest mountain peaks o'ertop the
foot hills Mow. Among the tallest and
strongest of these intellectual giants whs
Sidney Breese. He well deserved
that recognition. which President
Buchanan intended to give him had the va
cancy in the oihYu of chief justice of the
supreme court of the United States occur
red during his administration. And hud
he been called nixm to rill that must elevat
ed of official positions, he would have rival
ed, if he had not excelled, the reputation of
Chief Justice Marshall, who has had no
iK-cr in America as a jurist.
The judge then proceeded to detail the
historical events of Judge Breese's career.
At the conclusion Judge Green's re
marks Judge Baker said:
The court most heartily subscribes to nil
that is said in the resolutions adopted by
the members of the lmr, and to all that
has been said upon their presentation that
is in praise of Mr. Justice Breese.
In this stiite he was, indeed, the very
Nestor of his profi''on. Tor threescore
yearn lie has graced ti nnd the bench.
In lcgd kniiwlcdrc he wi. piolound; in
beauty and faeiliiy oft xpn sion he was al-mo-t
wit'mut u rival: his integrity was
like the virtue of Cit sar's wife, "above sua
pioion," and few men anywhere have ever
performed tin equal amount of intellectual
labor. Indeed, that so great an amount of
work should be nccomplished by one so ad
vanced in years has long beeu a wonder to
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 2,
The thoughts, the ideas, the genius .f
Judge Breese have been impressed upon the
jurisprudence of this state to an extent al
most beyond all p'trullel. When not
only we, but our children's children,
shall have been crumbled into dust for
centuries, his opinion will be quoted in our
courts ami his decisions relied upon as law,
An order will be entered directing that
the resolution be spread upon the records
of the court; that tint clerk transmit a cer
tified copy of the same to the fumily of the
illustrious dead; and tbut the court do now,
in honor of his memory, stand udjourned
for the term,
Mothkk says the baby is fretful, but if
the baby could talk, it would say it had
pain, ltclicvc the pain by giving JJr.
Bull's Baby syrup, an innocent but elfectu
fd remedy. Trice 2.r cents a liottle.
THE FA KM.
Brahmas are said to eat more potato
beetles than any other breed of fowls.
There is no stock on the farm that costs
so little, that pays so well as sheep.
Much of opposition to commercial fer
tilizers we might perhaps, say all of it is
the result of ignorant and improper use of
To promote laying, give ljones and
scraps of cooked meat. To keep the young
chickens healthy, keep the broods separate.
Fowls like newly cut grass; give them
all they want of it. The clippings from a
lawn mower ure just the thing for them.
When turkeys are two months old they
cansuccessfully w ithstand tin-severest weath
er, if dry, In wet weather they should be
confined in a yard undercover.
If you market vegetables, make them
as attractive in apjiearanco us possible,
Take care in sortingand washinganddonot
indiscrim nately mix the good, bad and ii)
Do not leave fertilizers alxnit where
poultry, sheep, orother animals can pick up
fragments, or lick the bags, and do not wash
the bags in water troughs, or jowls, where
where animals drink, as some of the chem
icals arc poig mous.
The poultry keeper who succeeds the
best is he who exercises, the most judicious
supervision of his flock, allowing natural
proclivities to take their course, and who
checks the sitting propensities of aged fowls
If you will farm, go to the top nund
lie a good one. Have a good orchard, good
garden, fertile fields, full barns,' improved
cattle, fat hogs, fine chickens, take two or
three good papers, and raise a regjiectable
and intelligent family.
Corn loses one-fifth by drying, and
wheat one-fourteenth. 80 it is much better
to sell unshelled corn in the fall at 75 cents
than 1 a bushel in the following summer,
and wheat 1 25 in December than $1 45
in tlie succeeding June.
There is no occupation which is so sure
of a return for labor as agriculture. Tlie
risk of manufacturers and middlemen is
three-fold that of farmers, but their enter
prise is so great that they seldom succumb
to pressure till it becomes crushing.
If any manure is left in the yard after
tpringit should be heaped up and a sprinkle
of plaster or gypsum applied once a week to
prevent the escape of the manurial gases.
The plaster fixes or holds the ammonia so
that it is not lost. The pile should le
forked over occasionally and melted to pre-t.-nt
Tlie zebra has U en considered one of
the most untractable and untamable of ani
mals. The acclimation garden manager at
Paris, now states that several have been suc
cessfully broken there, and advise their use
by African explorers as best adapted to tear
ing burdens of any animal known. It is
hardly probable, however, that individuals
Missessing the necessary tact, courage nnd
patience to sulJue this animal will lie found
in Africa, wh-n taken wild and fully grown.
It h s generally I icon thought that a wild
Mexican mule was a lamb compared to the
stri ied, fleet and long-eared inhabitant of
A well-known horticuturalist says the
objection against watering when the sun
shines on the plants is a purely theoretical
one, and appears only in the writings of those
who have had but little actual experience.
Nevertheless, the evening is the proper
time for watering when the best results in
the conversion of moisture are expected.
Actual experience has taught that plants
wilting from the etfects of heat should be
shaded as well as watered. Kxperience has
also taught that superficial watering do but
little good. The water given should reach
the roots of the plants. The great objection
to watering under a hot sun isth.it the ex
halation is so strong that much of the water
given is quickly evaporated.
A Secretion that Contaminates the
B1.001). When the bile is diverted from
its proper channels, into the blood, which
is always the case in liver complaints, it
ceases to be it healthy secretion, and be
comes a poison. Its abnormal presence in
the circulation and stomach is indicnted by
the suffusion of the skin with a hideous
saffron tinge, by headaches, vertigo, nausea,
pain in the right side and under the right
shoulder blade, by indigestion, obstruction
of the bowels, and other minor symptoms.
Order may be substituted for this state of
chars, nnd further bodily evil averted by
using the In nctlcent alterative and tonic,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which, by re
laxing the bowels, promotes the escape
from Ihe circulation of bilious impurities;
besides i ndei ing the action of the liver
regular, iin.l removing every tiacc of dys
pepsia. This pleasant mid purely vegetable
iinti-hiliot's nii-ilii ine is not only infinitely
more effective than any form of mercury,
but is nn account of its freedom from hurt
ful irnjicvtics, infinitely to ho preferred to
that poisonous drug.
LKTTIK COLKMAXX I,At:.VDUV.
Mrs. r.cttio Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, nnd takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is again at their ser
vices, aud solicits their patronage. Sho
has reduced prices to suit tho times.
The New Glass Oil Cans, Simmon's He
frigators, Wider Coolers and Ice-Cream
Freezers at A. Halley's, 115 Commercial
a veil lie.
Wanted. A business man with some
means as partner or on salary for a com
mission business, Address C, Planters
Cheap White Diiess Oooiw and Lin
KNH. Klegant stock of Victoria Lawns,
Piques, Jaconets, fswisses, Table-linens,
Towels, Hamburg Edgings, etc., just re
ceived from the recent forced sales in New
York, now on exhibition at Stuart's, Eighth
Any of the citizens of Cairo wishing to go
to Olive Branch on the Fourth, can do so
by taking the C. & St. L. train at 10 o'clock
on the morning of the Fourth, and getting
off at Hodge s Park. Mr. B. F. Wilburn
will be at tin; depot with conveyances to
take them out to the place, free of charge.
Tiny can enjoy themm-lves at Olive Branch
five hours and return to Cairo same day.
Mr. Wilburn will return theni to the
depot free of charge in time for the
train. The fare to Hodge's Park nnd re
turn will be only lifty-live cents. The
Olive Branch ccli'biation will bo a barbecue
and dance, and will be made by Mr. Wil
burn an enjoyable affair.
Ti N fruit cans at A. Halley's, both whole
sale and retail, at bottom prices.
XOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The (treat celebrity of our TIN TAfi TOBACCO
ta caued many Imitations thereof to be placed ol
the market. We therefore caution all cbtwen
againat purcbtt.inj tucb Imitation..
All dealer" buying or aclllng other plug tobacco
bearing a bard or lucuillc label, render tbeumelvea
liable to the penalty of tbe law. and all pereona vio
lating our trade inarka are putii.hahle by fine aud
Impri.onment. See act of Coneae. Anj. 14. ISTfi.
Tbe genuine LOKIilLAKD TIN TA'i TOBACCO
can lie distlngul.bed by a TIN TA(i on each lump
with tbe word LOKKILAItl) .tamped thereon.
Over 7,oH8 tot.a tobacco fold In leVT, and nearly
3.U0 peraona employed to factories.
Taxea paid Government In 1ST?, about 3.SO0,(O,
aid during pant 12 yeara. over $3n,fti,na).
Theae gooda fold by ail Jabbcn at mantifactnrenT
rTbe TIN TAG SMOKING TOBACCO It
"recoud to none" In sroms, mlldum. purity aud
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth ftreet and 1
C. O. PATIEIt fc CO.
Di) you want to Increase your trade or build up a
trade, or build up a new tm.lne
It 1')1V To let people know wbat you have to
11 1 II J cyi). flow that can be done at the leai-t
coet la north asking about. Newspapers rearh
mure people at a leaf expenne than anv other meant
of eominimlcatlon. llonee. an advertisement that
cau be given the nioH tireiilutiou for tbe money. In
good paper. It tbe furent way to develop your
bui-inem. Totryforucb A Re WH I'll
Send for a ropy of onr Standard lltt and learn what
an Immenre eirculution you ran pet fort email emu.
GEO P. KOWKLL CO ,
10 Spruce Street, New York.
N. B.-On every order for thin Ltat we will give von
over hulfa million circulation in other puiicrs with
yio. 8lo. 850. 8100.
invented Judlclotiely in riloeka 1 Option or Prtvtl
eirei. i a turn mud lo rapid fortune. Knll details
aud Official Mork Exchange Heporta free. Adilreta
1 . rorrrn w ihut Co., Hunkers, UO Wall Street.
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Having a Steam Hummer and ample Too, the
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A I'KIVATK MEDICAL ADVIsEKI
(in all dleonlere of n private nattiri- arlelng from
ei If alniee, exeeenen, or aeeret dleeaeot, with the heat
meant of cure, iK large iuil-i k. price W eelitt,
A clinical lecture on the above dltente and thote
of the lliroal. Iimg. catarrh, rupture, the opium
habit, i le price lu cetitt.
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all three, ronmliilng Dili pagca, licnulllully llluttra
leu. r oVeenit
Addreat UU. DOTS, No. Ii N. Stu it., bt. Louli
Mayor Henry Winter.
Treaeuri-r- II. F. I'arker.
Clerk-.l. B. I'hlllla.
Coiiiitelor-Wm. H. Ollbert,
Murthal-C. I). Arter.
Police Magltlratii J. ,1, Bird.
... . '"" or AI.IIKHMIN.
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Second Ward-Wood Ultteuhoutu, N.H. Tbltllc
wood. Third Ward-W'. P. Wright, John Wood.
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County Attorney W. ('. Mnlkey.
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rown, (ieo. W. Sammotit,
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J. VP.. If. OHEItLY, (ien'l Mantgt.,
FORTY "EKIIIT COLUMNS
FO UT Y EIGHT COLUM N'S
Are not advertlted aa "cnre-allt" but art tpeallci In
the dlteaaei for which they are recommended.
IN VKSTIOATOH8 of natnral tclcnce havo demon
etraled beyond controverty that throughout th
unlmal kingdom the '-aun-lval of the flttett" la the
only law voiichtatltig thrift and perpetuity. Ooea not
the tame principle govern the commercial prosperity
of many An Inferior can nottupertede upnrl
article. Hy reaeon of mperlor merit Dr. I'ieree'i
Standard Medicine huve outrivaled all other.
Their tale In the Culled SUtlet alone vxceeda one
million dollar per unnuni, while the amount ex
ported foot up to teverul hundred tboutaiid more.
No Inielnet could grow to tuch gigantic propor
tion aud rot upon any other bala thau thai o
Dr. Sage's Ciitanh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
It cure mcodt over a period of Ai years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Ita ule constantly Increase.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Curt by Ita mild, toothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Curt cold Id head and Catarrh, or Ozocoa.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
. Kockpoiit. Ma., April 2. 1877.
Mr. Eimtob: lluviug read in voiir piiper Ihe re
port of tte remarkable cure of catarrh, I am In
duced to tell what i know about catarrh, ami I fan
cy tbe -eiiulf" and -Inhaling tube " maker mere
dollur grubber would he glad If tbey could embla
zon a tliullar cure In the paperf. For twenty year
I have uflered with catarrh. The naal paetaget
became completely doted. Snuff, duet. abet. In
haling tube and t tick would nut work, though at
Interval I would tnulf up tbu to-railed catarrh nufl
until I became a valuable tetter for tuch medicine.
1 gradually grew wuree. and no one can know how
much I eurlered or w hat a mUerahle being wat. My
head ached over my eye to that I w a couflucd to
my bed lor manv ucceelve day, t ufTering the mott
Intente pain, which at oue time lantcd for 1K8 hour.
All tente of latte and tmell gone, tight and hearing
gone, nervou ytem thattend and contltutlon
broken, and I waa hawking aud tpittlug tcven
elgbtha of tne time. 1 prayed fur dualh lo relieve
me of my tuffering. A favorable naiice in your
paper of Dr. Sage't Catarrh Kemedy Induced me to
purchase a package uud ue ll with Dr. Suge'a natal
douche, which appllea tbe remedy bv hydrottatlc
preteure. the only way compatible with common
tente. Well, Mr. Kdilor, It did not cure me lu three
fourth of a aerond. nor iu oue hour or month, but
in let thau eight minute 1 waa relieved and In
three montba cured and have remained to for over
111 montht. While uting the Catarrh Remedy I ued
Dr. Pierce' Gulden Medical Ditcovery to purify my
blood and ttrengthen my ttomach. I alto kept my
liver active aud bowelt regular by the nte of hi
I'leataut Purgative Pellet. If my experience will
induce other tutferert lo neck the name mean or ro
ller, thl letter will have anewcred It purpote.
Your truly, b. D. KEN NICK.
CLOUD OP WITNESSES:
The following named perton are among th
thoueand who huve been cured of catarrh by the
ute of Dr. Sage' Catarrh Kemedy:
A F Down. New Geneva, Pa; D J Brown St. Jo
fepb. Mo: E C Lewlt. Hutland Vtj Chat Norcrop,
North Cheterfleld. Mb: Milton Jonet. Hcrlha, N Y;
.1 E Miller, Bridger Station, Wy; J C Merrjmau,
M M Pott. Logan. port, lud; J W Bailey, Tremont,
Pa: Kb Aycr. Laporte. lud; Jee M riear, Kort
Branch. Ind; L . William, Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer, dnarga. Ill; 8 ti Nlcholt, Jr. (iulvetton,
Tei; Y Kelnert. Stonevllle, Pa; 8 W Luek, McKar
land. Wit: Johtiton Wllllamt, Heltnlck. 0; Mr M
A Curry, Trenton. Tenu; JO Jotlin, Kueue. Nil;
A J Lper, Table Mock, W Va; Loui Andera,
tJravaport, U; C II Chute. Elkhart; Ind; Mr Hen
ry Iluight, Sun Krancieco, Cul; Mr K M Gulliuiha,
Lawrencevllle, N Y; W J Uraham, Adel, lo; AO
Smith. Newman, (ia: Chu K Wee, Baltimore, Md;
Jetee M Sear. Carlltle. Ind: Dan B Miller, Port
Wayne. Ind: Mrt Mluuie Arnuitc. H0 Dclaucy-tt..
y: ll W Hull. Hatting, Mich; Wm F Martton,
Lowell. Mo; Mr CJ Spurton. Camden. Ala; C F
Kaw. Krederlcktown. 0; Mr Lucv Htiuler. Kami
ItiLlou. Ill: Capt E J Spauldlng, Camp Slatubaugh.
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamboat Hock, lo; Mr Lvdia
Walte, Shuehan. N V; JM Peck, Junction City,
Mont; Henry Hue Bantu. Cal; L P Cummlnu.
Hantonl, IU; S E Jone. Puebetton. Four Corner,
N Y: tieo r Hall, Ebonlo. Cal; Wm E Bartrle.
Sterling Pa; II P Sam, Mo Penn-tt. Pltteburg.Pa: J
H Jm kman. Mituel a Depot, Kv; Henry Zoblet, Gen
eva. S Y; Haltle Parrot, Montgomery, Ohio; L Led
wnrk. Chatham, III; 8 B McCov, Nut'hport, U; W W
Warner. North Jarktou. Mich - Marv A Wlnne, I
rien, Wi; John Zlegler. Carllte Spring, Pa; Ja
Tompkln, St Cloud. Minn; Enoch Duer. Pawnev
Cltv. Nub; Joaeph T Miller, Xeula. O; 8 B Nlchol.
fialvetlon, Tex; 11 1. Laird. Vpper Alton, 111 ; John
Davit Precott, Arizona: Alrt Kanev tirahum, Kor
eet lirove, Oregon; J W ltobcrtt, Maricopa, Ari
zona. Golden Medical Discovery
It alterative, or blood-clcanaing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
I a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reaton of lit alterative proiiertie enrea dltcatet
of the blood and tkln. at acrofula or klng'a evil; tu
mor; ulcere, or old tore: blolcbe; pimple
and eruption. By virtue of Itt pectoral properties
It cure bronchial, throat and lung affectlona; Incip
ient contumptlon: lingering cougb aud chronic
i.runi,nE qiiaiiiie render ll an tin
s"" ', '.'" v, ",r "nioutiiett, torpid itver, or "1
" 'V,'"''";""-, "' " ouic propertiet make I
eoually efflcaciou lu curluu ludlgetllon, lota of ap
i tin ami u rii-piM,
Where the tklu It tallow andcovcred with blotched
and plmplet, or where there are tcrofulou aftec
tliint aud awe Intra, a fuw bottle, of Oolden Medical
Dlecovery will effect au entire cure. If you feel
;;' , (' .-"""ieo, uuve taiiow coior or tkin,
oryiillowitli lirowutpolaon face or body, freuueut
lleailneno lit I rv in... Kn. I ...... I.. .V
heat or chill alternated with hot fluahet, low aplrlta
and gloomy foreboding. Irregular appetite uud
toiii-ue coaled, you are niflerlng from torpid liver
or billouue. In many caeca ol Jlvcr complaint
mill Inipt of llii.M.t u ....... ... - . , r .
..., ..... rju,,,,,,,,!,, are expericncecj. A a
remedy forull tuch caeca, Dr. PlenVa Ooldeu Medi
cal DUcovery ha uo equal, a It effect perfect curvt,
leHV lur the live. Hte..t,..il,..,....l ...J I i'.i... '
n ..... .....Mgiuiuvu uu uennuy.
Tlie People's Medical Servant.
dr. n. v. pierce
I tbu tote proprietor and manufacturer ol the fore
going remedle, all of which are old by ilruggitta.
II'' ? , of the Peop'.i. a Common Seut
Medlrnl Advlter, a work i.i nearly oue thoueand
page, wlib two hundred and cl-lity-two wood co
("avlugt and colored platei. lie hai already told of
thU popular work
OVER 100,000 C0j?IES.
R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
World'i Dlipeutary, Duffala, If vw To