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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY f, 187S.
A PrnEi-Y Vegetable Distojatiok En-
TIRELY Unlike all otueb Remedies.
In the preparation nf thin remarkable remedy
very herb, plant, and berk in subjected to dl.tillu
tlou, whereby tbe e.sutillul medical principle In ob
tained In vapor, condensed Bud bott.ed. What re
main In the s'lil In luort, valueless, and totally
11 1, fit fur use In till organism sodellrate in tut nasal
pas.age. Yet all sluIT ar Insoluble compound
of woody fibre; ell tinctures, saturated solutions- .
Sanfokd's Radical Cuke
I a local arid constitutional remedy, and is applied
to the nasal passage liy insufflation, thu allaying
Inflammation aud pain and at once correcting,
c!'MinK. and purytlug ocrtioti. Internally
adiulLi.erei. t i is upon the orien of circulation,
keeps tbe U;n mol.t, nud ueTura.ire the acid poti
or t It M La. lo'.-.tid Iih way Into the stomach arid
tlii ure iui.j .lie 'p.uod. ThucureproKre''e Inbuilt
dirc.-tiou. nui i: ilo-s not t-wiu possible for human
liii'.'buky to ut Mto a mora rational treuttueut.
nexn.Eiirjt: About twelve yearn ago. while
travelling wlin Father Kemp' Old Folk Concert
Troupe,-. a :u or slui!er, took a severe cold and
wu laid cp lit Ne.r'i. N.J. TM o'd brou-'ht on
a K'V'j.e n ti' k of Cutarrh, wbieh 1 Wiled with,
every known renWy tor (our week wituout Bvall,
ud au tluii.lv oliltj'-il 10 ;vu ti! a most dcMrab.e
position and r'e'.nni Lorn, unable lo si'itr a note,
For three veur- afterwen. i tm enable to sing at
a.). The t!r a i.;tk of l.'tj,rrn .md l-it By im-al
orgnii. ..ml inrort so sen (Hive t :u (Ik )ititvii culd
wu.d bring on ai'.a..ii .uvtL' uje j.rort rated.
In tola way 1 contirno to -.4Vr. 'lie fusl attack,
tbe at verve'. I rvci Ltd. t i K-rr;nie. 1 sullcreu tti
most fxrriic'.at i !tii:i r.iy laud. w. o l,oari
a to be aijir.e.y a..!e tu pesk. and cou.-lied In
cessantly. I (Wight I wr. ,.";! ? 'nt qui, k con
sumption, and 1 fl.tuly believe tut bad thmeeyniis
toLB (oiii.uui.d wituout relief ibey.wouli; 'jv rend
end me i.n easy victim. When In tn's condition. I
commenced luc use of lAsr"iili ItAWtju. (.rms
roH Citambu, Tvry ruinciaiiily. un.tf, aa 1 had
tried all the adrertiiwd I'Tni lv wl'hotit h!n.f.t.
The f.mt de of tula wond. r:';il m-,.!''ltie tiove uie
the i;r-atei rilef. It i hard'y pori! for out
vthoruhead arhea, eye ncLe. who cii . &re!y ar
tt ulat diattu''..y oti arcnunt of the i tmkii.K acco
niulatlonn In L'. li.ruit. to ' !!.: how much rtiief
I otiiaiued from 'ie fri app'.iestloa of SisruRD'a
JuiHCAtCrm. Vu.li-r it iLflin nce. both liiterLal
and eiterta', I rap diy retov.-ri-d. and hy au oeea.
loiial oee of therenii'rir fince. Lai b'-en entirely
free from Catarrh, for tn'e f r. tin.e la te.e )r.
jierpectfully yc ire.
i.0. W. HOLBKOOK.
Wai.tiiaw. Ma . J.m. P. lTI.
I'. H 1 pnrchin 4 the KaIH'-ai, CfKl of Geo. II.
Ii"tJ'-'r, lrU(,'K.n, J!ua.fird Buiidlcj.
Eah package ror.ia!n- fir. Pir.ford'a IrnpMved
Inha.lnir Tulit. ;:n fvil dtrectioL for ce In all
i'riie. $I.U'. Kor eale by all Who.-.i(itd
Id tail lrf .is throttk'hout the' Vt'tw1 htt t.d
atadaa. Wiit Pi.tteh, flineral A gem and
Wuo;talt AiriKJiatt, Bono!,, Mae .
AS EI.ETnW)Al.VA5IC EATTERV COM BIN EU
Wlin A IIII.HLT MEDITATED fTKEMiTIi-
EMM! I'LAhTER, FUHMINO THE EE.-.T
- ... I'UAeTER Full PAH A5DACUEJi
IN' THE WOHLDOF UEUICIN'E.
7h'e riaetera hava tow t,. n hefor th pnbllc
fur two year, and. notlthe;t.dli.i.' the litmenea
nurebi rol r-U)elk in the form ul liniment, lo
tion.. p!n-curvr. and ordlnanr p;ater. th-y nave
kteadi.y lucra"d In ra'.e and Die, nl'b ULivertal
a;proal, a evidenced hy over one thousand no
,;cited n-ftlriioLaia In onr poeeiou. Mane
reinarkatile rae have been fr'.tfled to hy weif
known eitiiete In all pirte .f tbe I'nlted State.,
(opie of which will le nt free of rhare to any
one d' lrln(r them. Iinproven:cEt. In many way,
have ).e'n n.adc. a .ninrekted hy tzperlrnee and uie.
until It t tnnoirh: that taey erenow rerfert m every
ree.t. and tue hett PlaMer in ih Wurld of Medl
cine. Ail weu.kfrotn every u3enr In tbe land le a
eiM.de trial. Th rrl la n nte. aitti afh the
tori la double that of a.-.y other p'.aerer. Jitit, dov
witb.tiLiii'iE the effort of tue proprietor to make
the bt pla.'er 1n the worid for the let mnr.ey.
any inji.r n tredy ran be bonht. niimbera of un
e'ro)'Ulur. di aler, will t e fo';nd readv -o rci.reprv-
Ltthetn fur leiCrh motive and endiavor to tah
tiiute olhit. If yoa atk for
Collins1 Voltaic Plaster
Have It If yoo have to -nd to ni for it.
lo!d hy all Whn!ea"e and Ketall rrerirl.t
throughout the Vnit'-d Mrtc ar.d i anadn.. and by
W aak. k i'orrzn. I'rupr.ciors. Eoiuun.
Capcme Porous Plaster!
ACr-'M ItnpMvcmect I Scoth'.r.p. hea'.icir.
on the oriliiikry por- il. itrt-nntheLiny and
tL. p'.aeti r.
AIU'kiJ..Uk HftWbv lu uue.
Tbe mantifac'r.Kr received the Mpheet and only
award given to Hur'-ue I'laner. ai th i'etitt nnlal.
We warrant U -non' Cac!iie l'!ater to he npo
rlor to U other Poroua I'laetert aLdtoul) liuimenti.
ASK THOSE AMIO KNOW
A.k any phv.lclan if Betion" Capclne Toron
Planter l not the be.t pla.ter lu the world. Thl
remarknbla article wa Invented to overcome the
(Treat objection always fonml to the ordinary poroua
piocier of alow uctiuu in iTiniug relief.
LAKE 13 A OK.
For lame and weak hack, rheumatism, trouble of
the eplne and kidney, it a truly wuiiderrui reme
dy. I'hyeieikti everywhere recotmlie lt great m
ueriortiv to oiber nitroui ola.U-re and to all llnl
metit. It r-lieve. puin at once and cure quicker
Uhu any known piaster, iinimeni or coiuiiouuu,
r k TTTTriV THERE are danceron and
KJ2 U X IV. i wort hie Imitation of
Iteneon Capcme I'lu.ter lu tbe market. The gen
uiue huve the word "Capclne" cut through eucb
piaeter. poiu ny all urnittjt. mte.'sceni.
37 Court Tlaee, Lonisville, Kj-J
a .ninilnile edncatod and leitnllv nnalified phv.l
yVclun aud the tnot eucveful( ui Ul practice
rt'KK.VAi.t Fonna or PRIVATE, CilHOMC and
M'EHMAToniiniiAAsntMpoTESiT. a the rwtilt of
elf-aliite In youth, eeittal iiinte in matureryeitr.
or nlher rniim... mid lirodllclUlt KOMI 8 of the follow
ill it effect: NervuiiKiie. eiuliial eml.lon. (ulnht
enilsi-loue hv dream.) dlnmek of lirht, defective
memory, phvtcul derav, pimple on the face, nver
Klou io'ocie'tv of female, etiufuvlon of Idea. lo
nf oxunl power, c.. n nih rliiij niilrrlattv linprojier
or tiiiliappv, are thoroitu'lily and perniHiiently cured.
KYl'HlLli po.itlveiv cured ami entirely i rndleuted
from the vtem. liONdkltHKA. ULEllT. UrcWtl.
htrlcture. Hernia, ior Itupttirei, Pile and other prh
vate dl.ea.e oiii. ltlv cured.
I: I e!f ev1dent tfmt a pbv.lchn who pay peclal
attention to a certnlu ela. ilf dieae. and treultlug
IIioii.iiuJk annually, acijulre (.-rent e Vc 111 . l'bylciun
knowing thin fact often riTiilineentl llernol. to U1V
rare. When It I Inconvenient to vl.lt the city for
ueniiiieiu. nieiiiuineacnn tie eeut privately una ealeiy
PT innii ei L-.iureFF lllivwiiere,
CUKES OUAItANTKEl) IN ALL CASES UNDER
Conaltatlon neraonnlle or hv letmr rrnn nnd In.
Vlled. L'liarirei reaaouuiile aiid corre.poneeuce
A 1'KIVATE COUSBELOn
Cf400 pa(?e, "cut to any addrera, aecurely aenled,
thirty Mi cut. Hlioiild he reud hy all, ddre
a afmve. Offlcg Irom U A. M, to 8 P. M. Sunday,
10 a j. oi.
TJEATTT Piano, Oritan. het, tW Look for
39 utaruuiB new v.irau. m nop, to riano
only Com IW, Clrculart free. D, F. Ileal
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
eveut ttonxiNd (mondayi tzcimn).
Odlce ; Uulletln HuUiUdr, Wnthlnthiio Aventie
Hubiortption li rites:
Dally (delivered hy rarhrre; per week f
Ity mall (In odvance; ue year 10 im
Nix month ft im
Three inontha i
due month w
Dy nail (In advance) one year $ 00
hfxniouth 1 "I
Three month! 'J
To cluba of ten and over (per eopyi 1 Ui
j'onuiiio in an can prepaid.
F!rt In.crtlon. per quare $1 f1
roihaequent In.ertlona. per njuare Vi
For one week, per tqnare 3 i
For two week, per q uure 4 V
For three weeka, 6 'm
For on month 7 id
Lacb additional aijuaro 4 on
Flrt In.ertlon. per pquare $1 fiO
biib.eqnerit 1uertloii )
Lima iiiiti or mi in nonpareil con.tttnte a tqnare.
Dleplaycd advortlemeut will he charged accord
ing to the pact occupied, at above raiea there be
lli twelve flnea of olld type to the Inch.
To rucular advertleert we offer aiiperinr Induce,
mejitf. Imih a to rutea of chariea and n.ni.ner of
dlHplayluv their favor.
l-oeai noticea twenty eenta per line for firat ln.'-r-'Ion
: ten ceuta per line for euctt auhtequent In.er-
Commnnleatlon npon nuhjec.tanf treneral latere.!
totV public em at all tlmea aceptable. Kejecled
niHLuitertpt will not be relorned.
Letter aud communication .hould be addretsed
Cairo bulletin, Cairo, Illinola."
JN'O. II. OBERLT. General Mana;r.
Cairo, Iu., Friday Evenlso,
Julys, Ib7y. (
Tho genf ral market pince our last report
li:is bocn aViut Uie same an rcportcl on
Motnlay. There h3 been no change in the
condition of the flour market, other tlmn
Uie ileinuml lias Ucome almost txclUBive
for choice old grades. Dealers still hold
aloof from dabbling with tha new atock,
and Tory small proportion of Uie liberal re
ceipt of the past ten days have been dis
posed of. The stock of choice old brands
is limited. The hay market is just about
what it was at Uie time of the last issue of
Uie Price Ctrre-vt. Common is in supply
largely in excess of the demand, while
choice, which is all that Uiere is any inqui
ry fr, is scarce, and in good demand at
10 50S11 00.
Transactions in choice white milling corn
would le very satisfactory if there was auy
stock to go on. But receipts have been ex
ceedingly light, and all Uiat arrives is taken
at short notice. For other kinds of corn
there is nothing to be said. There is plen
ty in the hands of merchants, to supply
all the present demand. Tliera ha been
a much better demand for oaU during the
poet few d:iys than for weeks previous,
though prices ure a little down. Receipts
being light, all that wu here has been
cleaned out, and the market is bare. Mix
ed in sacks is bringing 80c; in bulk, 27c.
There is the same stury to tell of the pro
duce market The supply of everything
under this head is abundant, and prices are
low. Choice butter is very scarce. There
is so demand for any other kind. The
market is overstocked with common stuff
that cannot be sold. Choice for table use
will readily bring IOQITc. The market is
glutted with eggs, and receipts continue
large. There is no demand, and dealers
are offering them in any quantity at 6c,
with no buyers. Spring chickens are plen
ty und selling at f 1 251 50 per dozen.
Choice old hens are scarce and in fair de
mand at ti 252 40. Choice peaches are
selling at 2032'ic. per box. The market is
well supplied. 1520c. are the ruling fig
ures for apples. There is plenty in the
market to supply Uie demand. Potatoes
are in supply largely in excels of Uie de
mand, and selling for from 20 to 30 cents
JSfOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only for sales
from first hands in round lost In filling
orders and for broken lots it is necessary to
charge nn advance upon these figures.
FLOUR The market is well supplied
with new stock. Choice old grades arc
scarce, find in fair demand. The new
flour sells slowly, about 50 cents on the bar
rel lower than old stock. Sales reported
200 bids, various grades $4 00&5 50
100 bids, family 4 50
50 bids. " 4 fi3
100 bids. " 4 75
100 bbls. various grades $3 505 50
HAY. The market is dull. Only
choice hay finds sale. Common is in fair
supply and dull. The demand for choice
is aleo limited. Sak s noted, 1 car red top,
700;1 cur choice, $11 00 ;1 car mi.ed,$8 00.
CORN. This market is unchanged.
The only inquiry, to amount to anything,
is for choice white corn for milling pur
poses. Other kiuds are not wanted. There
is very little of either here. We note the
sale of 2 cars white, in bulk, 89c; 8 curs
white, in sacks, 40c; 2 cars wliite, in bulk,
80c; 1 car white, in bulk, 40c.
OATS. To-day there is a very fair in
quiry for oats in bulk and sack, though Uie
demand is thought to bo only temporary.
There is but very little on the market. The
sides reported were 1 enr, in bulk, 87c ) 1
car, in sacks, 80c.
MEAL. The demand for both country
and city meal wns fair yesterday and Tues
day. The market is moderately well sup
plied, gules noted were 1 car Kiln dried
on track, 2 00; 50bb!s.City Mills, 2 07),'.
BRAN. This market is well supplied,
and dull ut flO, a decline from last Tues
duy's prices of ubout 50c. AVc note Uie
sale of 100 sacks, $10; 30 sacks, $10,
BUTTER.-Markct unchanged. Good
butter is very 6curcc. Common is very
plenty and won't sell. For strictly choice
their is a fair demand. Wc note tho sale
of 100 lbs. choice, 16c; 200 lbs Southern
Illinois, 130,14c; 5 pails good, 1215c.
EGGS. This market is dull, with a large
overstock. Dealers are offering eggs in any
quantity at lie. with no buyers. We note
the gules of 200 dozen, G)c: 150 dozen,
Cc;200 dozen, Cc.
POULTRY There is a good supply of
young chickens, but old hens are scarce
and in good demand. We note the sale of
5 dozen young chickens, $1 50; 10 dozen
spring, $1 23(1 40; 4 dozen young chick
ens, $1 50; 50 dozen young, $1 2501 50;
10 dozen old hens, 2 40.
APPLES Api iks are plenty find dull.
Only strictly choice now finds sale. We
quote 70 boxes choice, 17,20c.
POTATOES Choice new potutoes are
selling from country wagons at 232.y0c. per
bushel. The market is well supplied.
1h ; demand is almt.st exclusive for the
PEACHES Choice peaches are selling
at 20(2 25c. TirJ re is a good supply on the
market. The demand is moderate. We
note the sale of 20 boxe?, 20c.
BERRIES Country wagons are flooding
the market with berries, at 50 cents per
bucket and shipments, as a consequence,
sold by commission men, scarcely bring
enough to psy freight, choice only com
manding $1 50 per crate. We note Uie
sale of 12 crates. $1 50.
ONIONS We note Uie sale of 10 bbls,
James Fisk, Paducah.
John A. Scudder, St. Louis.
John B. Maude. St. Louis.
DeSmet St. Louis.
James Fik, Paducah.
John A. Scudder, New Orleans.
John B. Maude, Vickbburg.
The gauge last evening showed the rivers
to be 24 feet 1 inch from last evening pre
vious. The weather was warm, with threatening
clouds, at 11 o'clock last night.
The Belle Memphis comes for Uie An
chor line for Vicksburg, in place of the
Capitol City to-morrow.
The Anchor line sends out the Belle
Shreveport this evening for New Orleans
She will be here to-morrow.
The Idlewild from Evansville is due this
afternoon. She returns to Uiat port as soon
as her cargo is disposed of.
The John A. Scudder arrived from St.
Louis with a fair trip of freight. She mad
some additions of freight litre and departed
for New Orleans.
The John B. Maude for Vicksburg ar
rived with a good trip. She got her por
tion of freight as allotted by the wharf boat
men, and departed for her destination.
The DeSmet, from St. Louis to Paducah,
arrived about dark. This is her third trip
in this trade, and was a very satisfactory
one. She was not slighted by the Cairo
people, but was given a goodly amount of
freight. She departed for Paducah about
DIGNITY VS. FAMILIARITY.
Some people think much of polite dig
nity and others think more of cordial
familiarity. The following pleasant story
is a happy illustration of the fact that Uie
same niun may command Uie respect of
persons of both preferences. At least, so
it was in the case of the late Dr. Sprague
and his worthy son in their relations with
one of our most genial pastors. This is
Uie case in proof:
The late Dr. Sprague, of Albany, was a
gentleman of the old school type, of re
markable courteousness ol manner and of
corresponding reverence of feeling. He
never trifled with the names of prominent
men, and it is hardly probable that he could
suppose that any one would use his name
with undue familiarity. One day ot the
tea-table one of his sons, then in business
in Albany, but living at his father's house,
spoke of "Charley Bridgman." The name
arrested his father's attention and he said :
'My son, of whom are vou speaking?"
"Ot Mr. Bridgman, father,"' wa the
"Not of the Rev. Dr. Bridgman, surely,
"Why yes, father, why not?"
"Why not, my son? Because such famil
iarity connected with a prominent preacher
is unbecoming. I am quite surprised und
shocked at your freedom; and I hope he
has no knowledge of it !"
, ''Why, yes, he has, father. I have called
him 'Charley' to his face."
"'Charley' to his face; and does he call
you 'William?' "
"Well, to, futher, no; I can't say that he
"Well, what docs he call you, then?"'
"Generally he calls me Bill."
This was too much for the pood doctor,
and ill-suppressed sympathy with the mirth
that rang round the tea-table, he made
good his retreat.
Winter's Piiotoorai'iiic Gallery.
Strangers in tho city, or those intending to
visit Cairo, aro( invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, and examine specimens of his work on
Fort Sale. At the Lumber Yuri of
J. S. McGahcy, corner 20th street and
ashington avenue. One two horse Molino
Wagon, one Molino platform spring pfanic
Wnjn-'TUiHiTJoj." Also 1,000 Cedar
posts and building material of all kinds
at prices to suit th times. Lumber sold
in car load lots at bottom prices.
Cairo, Ills,, June 29, 1878.
T s fruit cans at A. Ualley's,boUi whole
sale and reUiil, at bottom prices.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Expre 8:on p.m. 12:10 a.m.
Mall 4:(Oa.m. MOn.m.
Freliih" T::joam. :fJa.m.
Frewti'e ):. m. 4:Vip.m.
l AIHU AND VINCENNES HAILhOAD.
Mall m:(ip.m. 4:a.m.
KT.LOI IS. I. M. ANC r-OrrUEKN KAILltOAD.
Expre.. 5:a)a.m. t :00p.m.
I.UUU AAU Bl. It.MLHUAU.
Throrfh Expre. !i:15p.ra. P:4Sa.m.
Jliirj'hy.horo Accommodation.! J:4.t p.m. 2:2dp.ni.
feieo ouuuuy. Tjueeyi jiouuuy.
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
TO wnOM IT MAY CONCERN !
Thetindenlined. adtnlul.trntorof thee.tnteof
of Slo.t. iluton, dc(caed. hereby irlvea notice
that he will inuke a fual report of hi act aud
di.liii?. "i'.rh nilfulnUtrutor. to tbe County Court
of Alexander t 'oui.it. m the AiitfiM term therof,
A.D. IK, to wit: On Monday, Aupi.t lnh. ItCS.
uud will then and there k for a full and flu a!
ettlcment or the acount. and for a cLcharee
from ail further liability u aduiinl.trator of raid
JAMES E. JIcCRIFE.
Jun lf-tb. It:?
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The (rrcat celebrity or onr TI5 TAG TOBACCO
hat can.ed rcai.y Imitation! thereof to be placed or.
the market. We therefore caution all cbewera
agilnet parch adn; tech Imitation.
All dealer bo ring or telling other plug tobacco
bnring a herd or metallic label, render themtelvea
liable to the penalty of the law, and all persons vice
latiuscurtrude mark are punUbable by fine and
imprl.oumeat. See act of Conin-eea. Aug. 14, IKS.
The seuuine LORKILARD TIN TAG TOBACCO
can be dlttinpilt bed by a TIN TAG on each lamp
with the word LORKILARD stamped thereon.
Over T.ofcel tons tobacco told In 1ST, and nearly
3.(i per.oc employed In factorlei.
Taxci paid Government in 1877, about 3,5O0.000,
ani during pa 1 14 yeart. over $,O00.WO.
Thete goods told by all Jsbbers at manufacturers'
WTbe TIN TAG 6MOETNG TOBACCO it
"tecond to cone'' in aroma, mildnets, purity and
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth ureet and (,
Commercial Ave., )
c. o. patier & CO.
O yon want to increase your trade or build up a
rase, or nnuu up a new ou;net:
Tt PtlVtt To let people know what yon have to
11 Xilyn n-. flow that can be done at the lea.t
coet is worth a.kini! about. S"ewtianert reach
mure people at a le expense than any other mean
of communication. Deuce, an advtrtiaemeni that
can he given tbe mo.t circulation for the money. In
coed paper. I tbe ture.t way to develop jour
bu.iuei. To try for tuch KOWai'll
Send for a copy of onr Standard Iit and learn what
an iiuiucnee circulation yon can cet for a small sum.
GEO. P. HOWELL A CO..
10 Spruce btrect, Sew York.
S. B. (in everr order for this Lit we will give yon
over uaii a uiiiuou circulation in otner papers w ith
S10. 820. 850. 8100.
Inverted JndlcionslT in Stock i Option or Prlvll
tvei. i a ure road to rapid fortune. Full details
uud Official Hock Exchange Report free. Addre
r I'oTTKit loin 4 co., uaniter, as an street
IF YOU ARE
GOIXG TO KANSAS
Send for Free Gnide glvine full and reliable infor
mation in ri'cnrd to the cheapest, most productive,
ami PeM located farming land iu the State. Ad
dre .1. K. LOt'KWOOl), General Imuil
Krutlon Agent, Kau.as City, Missouri.
"FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Ii?ox Works
93 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T. Ronnie,
HAVING e.lahllshod hi work at the above men
tloned place I better prepared than ever for
uautifucturlug fleam Engine nud Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Ilammer and ample Tool, the
nnuuliuture of all kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Forging made a specialty.
Especial atteullou given to repairs of Engines and
Drim. l a.tluga of all kiuds made to order.
JTJIpe Fitting In all it brunches.
"View of Marriage!
"ITT r- f i "VT A Guide to Wedlock and
I I 1 V ! eenfldentlal treatlo on the
" A dtitle of marriage uud the
AND cause that uudt for tt; the
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INVESTIGATORS of natural science have deme.
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedj
Its cure extends over a period of 'JO years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its sale constantly Increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by Its mild, soothlcg effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures cold In bead and Catarrh, or Ozoens,
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
RorKronT. Mas., April 3. 1fC7.
Mn. Eiirmn: Havtnir Toad tn votir rmnr flip va.
ports of the remarkable cure of catarrh, I am in
duced to tell what 1 know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the "snufr and "inhaling tube makers mere
dollar grabbers would be glad If they could embla
zon a similar cure iu tbe papers. For tw enty years
I have suffered with catarrh. Tho nasal passages
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, ashes, in
ballnir tube, aud sticks would not work, though at
interval I would snuff up the so-called catarrh snull
until I became a valnahle tester for such medicines.
I gradually grew werse, and no one can know how
much I suffered or what a miserable being was. My
bead acbed over my eyes so that I wu confined to
my bed for many successive days, suffering the most
Intense pain, w bich at one time lasted for If hours.
All sense of taste and smell gone, eight and hearing
gone, nervous system shattered and constitution
broken, and I waa hawking and spitting seven
eighths of the time. I prayed for death to relieve
me of my sufferings. A favorahle n at Ice in your
paper of 'Dr. Saire' Catarrh Remedy induced me to
Jiurchace a package and use it with Dr. hage's nasal
louche, which applies tbe remedy by hydrostatic
prcssnre, the only way compatible with common,
sense. Well, Mr. tditor. it did not cure me In threv
fourtbs of a second, nor in one hour or month, but
In les than eight minutes I was relieved and lt
three month cured and have remained so for over
16 mouths. While using tho Catarrh Remedy I used
Dr. Pierce's Ooldcn Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I also kepi my
liver active and bowels regular by the nse of bis
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
induce other sufferers to seek the same means of re
lief, this letter will have answered its purpose.
Yours truly, b. D. KN N ICK.
, CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
Tho following ssmed persons are among the
thousands who have been cured of catarrh by the
nse of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy:
A F Downs, New Geneva. Pa; D J Brown St. lo
eph. Mo; E C Lewi, Rntlacd Vt; Cbas Norerop,
North Chesterfield, Me; Milton Jones, berth. NT;
.1 K Miller. Dridger Station, Wtj J C Merryman,
M M Post, Logansport, Ind; J W Bailey. Tremont,
Pa: H B Ayers. Laporto, Ind; Jesse M Sears. Fort
Branch, Ind; L L William, Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer, Onarga, 111: S Jt Nichols, Jr, Galveston,
Tex; F Relnert. Stonevllle, Pa: 8 W Luk, McFee
land. Wis: Johnson Williams, Helmick. O; Mrs M
A Curry-, Tronton, Tenn: J ( Joslln. Keene, N H;
A J Casper. Table Rock, W Va; Louis Anders,
liraysport, O; C II Chase, Elkhart; Ind; Mrs Hen
ry llaight, San Fracelsco. Cal; Mrs EM Galluehe,
Lawrenceville, N Y; W J Graham, Adel, Io; AO
Smith, Newman, (ia; Cbas E Rice, Baltimore, Mdi
Jesse M Sears, Carlisle. Ind; Dan B Miller, Fort
Wayne, Ind: Mr Minnie Arn&lse, 2S0 Delancy-st,
NY; H W Ilall, Hastings, Mich; Wm F Marstoa,
Lowell. Mass; Mrs C J bpurton, Camden. Ala: C F
Kaw. Frederick-town, O; Mrs Luct Hunter. Farm
Ington, III; t'apt E J Spauldlng, Camp Stambauvb.
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamlioat Rock, lo: Mra LyuMa,
Walte, Shushan. N Y; JM Peck, Junction City,
Mont; Henry Koe'Bantaa, Col; L P Cummingt,
Knntoul, 111: 8 E Jono. Pnebeton, Four Corners
N Y; Geo F Hall. Ehonlo, Cal; Wm E Burtrie,
Sterling Pa; II P Sam, w6 Penn-t, Pittshurg.Pa; J
R Jackman. MIsnel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zoblst, Gen
eva. N Y ; Hattie Parrot. Montgomery, Ohio; L Led
work, Chatham, III: SB McCoy, Nashport. O; WW
Warner, North Jaekon, Mich: Mary A Winne, Pa
rien, Wis; John Xlegler, Carlise Springs, Pa; Jas
Tompkins, St Cloud. Minn; Enoch Duer. Pawnee
City, Nob; Joseph T Miller, Xetiia, O; 8 B Nleholsv
Galveston, Tex; n L Laird. Upper Alton. IU; John
Davis Prescott, Arizona: Mr Nancv Graham, For
est Gruve, Oregon ; J VV Roberts, Maricopa, AjW
Golden Medical Discoyert
Is alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
Is a Caolagoguo, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovert
Bv reason of Its alterative properties cures disease
or the blood aud skin, as scrofula or klng'a evil ; tu
mors: ulcers, or old sore: blotches; pimples
and eruption. By virtne of Its pectoral properties
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ient consumption; llngerinf coughs and chronic
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equaled reinodT for blllonsn, torpid liver, or "lis
er complaint; ' and Its tonic properties make It
equally efficacious In enrlna indigestion, loss of s
petite and dyspepsia.
Where the sklu is sallow and covered with blotehea
and pimples, or where there are scrofulous 8c
tlons and swelling, a few bottles of Golden Medical
Dl.covery will effect sn entire enre. If yen feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
oryellowlsh-browutpotaon fneeor body, freqnent
headache or dlrslne, bid taste In mouth. Internal
heat or chill alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, Irregular appetlts and
tongti coated, yon are suffering from torpid liver
or hlllonsnes. In munv cases o liver complaint
only part of these symptom are experienced. A a
remedy fur all such case. Dr. Pieree Golden Medi
cal DIeovery ba no equal, as ll effectsperfrct cures,
leaving the liver strengthened and healthy.
The People's Medical Serraiit.
DR. R. V. TIERCE
Is the sole proprietor and manufacturer ot the ftrr.
going remedie. all of which are told hy druggists. '
lie Is also the author of the People' Common !ts
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thoneandl
page, with two hundred and eighty-two wood en
gravings and colored plates. Us has already told of
lull popular work
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