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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1 9 1878
,) FEET ABOVE THE SEA.
Tho following testimonial aro from Messrs. J.
0, Hnsworth t'n., Denver. Col,, Urtro anil Influ
cutlal druggist. They report uuprcccdently Urtro
ale and universal satisfaction. No other disease
ii to alarmingly jirvvulcut In lliut region. They
peak of the following; gentlemen ai among their
J. O, Dosworth & Co., Denver. Col.: Gentlemen
Promplud by a fellow feeling for those afflicted with
with Catarrh. I wish to add my testimony In behalf
nf SAN FORD'S RADICAL CI HE MB CATARRH.
I liavu been sorely afflicted with thin fearful disease
for four year, ana have irk'd every known remedy
without avail, until I bought a bottle of thct abovo
Cl'KK from you, which gave me almost Instant re
lief. It being a constitutional aa well a a local
remedy, I believe It to he all that la claimed for It,
a Radical Cure for Caturrh.
Very truly yours, WM. AMF.TIVE.
Denver, Sept. H, XBT5. with Jcnoii, Win Co.
Measr. J. (). Dosworth & Co., Denver:
(tKNTi.RMKN:! tnk! pleasure In recommending
SANKIHtD S RADICAL Cl'HK FOR CATAKHIl
to all who aru articled with thla disease. I
greatly afflicted with It fur a long time, and rurcd
ft with two bottle of the above Cl'KK. About a
yi'ar afterward I wan fi.'alu taken with Catarrh tjuite
severely, and linnii'dlately rent for another buttle
which fixed mo all right, giving mo relief from the
flrvt dose. 1 am confident that thla remedy will do
all that la rlalmed for It, and more too. Wishing
you success In It Introduction, I am very truly
yours, A . W. SMITH, of builtu i Doll.
Denver, Oct. , 1075.
Messrs. J. O. Dosworth A Co.. Deliver. Col.! C.cn-tlenien-l
have used SAN FORD'S HADIf ALCCKK
FOR CATARRH, and It ha given perfect satisfac
tion. I have tried almost everything, and It lathe
only thing that ha irlven me relief. I therefore
take Measure In recommending its ue to all af
flirted with Catarrh of any kind, and offer thla ai my
tcsllmury to It benefit.
Denver, Oct. 1, li75.
W. 8. DECKER.
ItEV.I. II. W(,;IN HAYS:
One of the bent remedied for Catarrh, nav, the
brst remedy we have found In a llf-tlme of suffer
lug. is SANFUKD S RADICAL Cl'HK. It la not
unplcasnnt to tuke through tli nostril, and there
rnme with carli brittle a ina!l glas tube for use In
Inhalation. It clear the head and throat so
thoroughly that, taken rai h morning ou rising.
there are no uupb-asnnt secretion and no disagree
able hai king during the entire day. but an unpre
rented nearness of voire ond respiratory nrgn.
liev. J. II. Wigglu. Ill Don hrster I Mas.) lieaeon.
Karh pai Vane rotitalim Dr. Sanford'a Duprov.vd
Inhaling Tube, with full direction for use in all
cae. Price ai m. For sale hy all wholesale and
retail drtigl! and deab-r throughout the I'nlted
Stab-sand t anadn. WKKK ruTTEH. (ieueral
Atfeiit and wholesale drut",'it, Hoton, .Mac,
Fr Local Tains, Laun'iioss, Sorenej-n.
WpakiK'Cri, Numbness ami Inflation of
the Luncs Liver, Kiilneyn,
iJowcls, Bladder, Heart, and MiMles
arp equal to an army of 'doctorn and
acre!) of plants' and shrubs. Even In
raralyds, Epilepsy or Fits, and Nervous
and Involuntary Muscular Action, this
Master, bv rallying the Nervous Forces,
ba.s effeted Cures when every other
kuowu remedy has failed.
MICE n CENTS.
Ask fur Collins' Voltaic Plaster, am
insist on bavins: it. Sold by all W hole
sale and Ketail Urnsrsists throiishout
Llie I'nited States and Canadas. WEEKS
& POTTER, Proprietors. Uoston, Mass
View of Marriage!
iiTA-i r i -v- A inlde to Wedlock and
I r VI A renfldentlal treatlce on the
" v'i-- (n, f InnrTiufe ud the
AND rail that unfit for It; the
t riVeeret of Heprorturtlon and
iUiYIUil W I it. !.,.. ei. of Women. A
biMik for private, cotiaukrale reading, i(U paie
1'rice SO cent.
A I'HIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER!
On all disorder of a private nature arllnc from
aelf abue. eicee. or erret dleae. with the b t
tn,.na nf core. 'JJI larfe tinnc. tirlre Ml cent.
A clinical lecture on the above dleae and thru
of the throat, lunj.'-. catarrh, rupture, the opium
bahlt, etc., price 10 cent,
Klilier lunik etit post paid on recelnt of price: nt
all three. cotHalnlng 9V papea, neauuiunj iiiusir'
If1 f.,r t I'HtilM.
Addre. DK. 111TTS, No. li N'. Sth t., St. Lonla
men, lool vltalltv. prematura weakne, enerva
tion of mind and bodv. dlorder of the brain and
uervoii tem, and mlerle reultlng thererrom,
n,.. - I 1... tlt'l'L'' u tivl ' I l.'llT lr,i,HPi1
hy an eminent phrlrlan: f3 a cae, li for f. old bv
.J i 'i . 1 ...ilk. t,, 1 1 tut r-tt I a af .
j tli DiTL'U niO kli.u alnml hlfHi'll. III.
ti i-TTlM L'l'U I DH. A. ((. Ol
iNU LUJlTi it rr.Ti ;n-, private
boapltal. 1ST Eat Wahlni;ton ureet. Chlrano, for
the cure of all private, chronic anil apeclal dlee.
ISkminai. wr.AKSKn. KKiivot a nr.aii.iTV and i.ot
atANiiiMiti, perniaueiilly cured. Dr. O. I a graduate
nf the Keform hchool. and uc no mercury; lia the
tlr.. In the l ulled State. Lama re-
fiilrln(! treatment, with home and hoard. "11 or
wrue. r.verv convenience ior unu-uir. io,j
-,.!. f,,r MiliKUi.K ;i'llK!27A naL'c lllii'lrat.
ed. Married ladle and gentlemen fend flfty centa
for aample of rubber irooda and circular of Import
ant Information bv expre. t'onnillatlon free and
confidential. Keitunie remnic rin 90 mi.
EioiiTii Sthket, (ill Kiscr's Building)
1 EMPLOYS onlv flrat-claaa workmen, and endeat
j Vn lo accord to all courteoiia treatment.
DYEING AND RENOVATING.
yOUR OLD CLOTHES
cam n BSairriruu.t
DYED Oil ItEPAIlvED
At ft Trilling Exionnc-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST,
W Ladles ami (ioula' old hat made new.
OrrtcE of the Caiiio Citt FrtitiY Companv
Caiiio. Ii.i,,, July A, 1STH.
WAHd l k..1, ..I ,t u I.... nF
.it, m i-i, i. (, fcn.-ii imio. il iiieeiuiH vi ti,
atnckholder of I ill coiiipnujr will bo held ou Moll
oar, iiivuu unv oi uinv, iiiihim, a, li. jniP, in
-.-I....U - ... . ut O... u.l....l.u.i..L ..n,.. -
O ciock, . ui., 111 ui" wimrimiitnr a on ce, over me
. I. tt Ul,l... .,.1.. i .....
flora in . miner, mi miio iieveo, mine CHyui
I'.lp.i. Illlllul. M. HTAAT Tin. hi. Prnalili.nt
1JKATTY Piano, Organ, heat, IW Look for
At atartlintf newa. urgana, m atop, inn; t'lanoi
only it mi. ( oai innu, vircmara tree, ju, r. Uuat
t, Waahluutoa, N.J.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EVKIIV MoltNINU (Mi)NIUVIt KXLKITKOli -
Office t liullctln Hulldliiif, WnaliluifUin Avenue
Snborlptlon It atom
Dully (delivered by curriers) pr wuek.
Uy muU i In itdvituccione year
SI month t.. ..,..........
. ... Ill no
Threw month 4 mi
Ouu mouth..., Ml
Ilv mall (In advance) 01 u year 4ori
Hlx month 11")
Three month Ml
To tlllba 0.' ten t 1 over (ler copy) 1 50
l'oliiKu 0 .1:: cue prepalu,
Flrt Inaertlon, per Kj iare $ 1 (O
Hiibi (iiciii Inaertlon, per ncjitart) Ml
Kor one week. ier nqinire 8 nil
Kor two eek. le. aiiuaru :
Kin '.hree week fi 00
Kor one month 7 no
Koch additional aiiuarc 4 do
Klral lnertlon, per (iiaro J 1 (If)
Hiihaequent lllerllon hu
Bright line of aolld nonpareil eonrtltule a aqnare,
uipiayeu auveriiemeuT win tie cnargen acrorn
Ing lo I he apace occupied, at abovo riiti a theru be
ing twelve fine of aolld type to the Inch.
To .Tgulur Cvertler we offer nrrlor Induce
ment, mi ) .an rule of charcea and manner of
diplajln; he', nvor.
Local .lOilcea .wenty centirpc'r line for final Inaer
Ion ; ten cent per line for each luhaeuuent Inser
Communication unon auhlert of general lnteret
tothe'iubll .re . . 11 time acceptable. Jleletted
mauiiaerlpt A ll to . 'elurned.
Letter ane oil) 1 atton noUia nt auurerfca
'Cairo Hulleila, Cairo, llllnola."
JXO. H.OBEKLY. General Manacfr.
Caiiio, III., Thchsday Evesixo,
July 18, lb7 (
All our efforts to find Kimothing new to
ffivc to tlic reader of the rmcs Cckkent
lmve licen in vain, and there U nothing lift
for ti to do but to relute the name old story.
Tliere him been no change of importnnce
milking itclf ajijinrunt in any branch of the
market. If anything, the intense heat of
tliu past week has caused greater dullness.
On Tuesday the thermometer stood for the
greater part of the day at 05, ami although
rrjiorts throughout the land show the heat
to havu been greater than it was here, it was
hot enough for the averge Cairo man.
In the flour market we can learn of no
thinir new or important. Stocks are alwut
83 last reported, trannietiong having been
light. Old Hour, however, is about all
gone, and within a few day, it is thought,
dealings will be confined altogether to the
new stock, which is considered of good
quality. As to grain there is no change to
mention, except that choice white corn is
very scarce, and millers are clamorous.
number of our merchants find it impis.&ible
to secure enough to fill their orders. 41
cents is paid for bulk. All the stock of old
oats has licen disposed, of and the aupjily,
which is exceedingly light, is all of new
crop. Prices are unchanged from those
quoted in our last issue 20 cents for bulk
but to bring these figures good grain is re
quired. The demand is light. There is
a little better feeling in meal.
Tliere is none in the hands of commission
men. City nieul is stirTat 2 10. Country
is still at the old figure, $2 00. Bran is in
good supply and dull at 10 in sacks. It
is being freely oilered at this price, but
there are no takers. Butter is an eye-sore
to dealers, and the sight of an egg makes
the poor man truly miserable. The market
is heavily overstocked with both, and sales
are made with the greatest difficulty. There
are hundreds of buckets of butter, which,
when shipied, no doubt, was sweet and
palatable, but upon arrival here was found
to be nothing more nor less than grease
(the cause lieing the fearfal hot weather)
that is now in the hands of the dealers and
cannot lie disposed of at any price. Eggs
also spoil by the time they arrive, or within
a very few hours after they get here, and
bushels of them are being thrown into the
river daily. Potatoes are in abundant sup
ply and very dull at 75cf 1 00 per bnshel.
Peaches and tipples, choice ones, will sell
well at quotations. Choice young chickens
find ready sale at f 1 50 per dozen. Old
hens are quiet at $3 25.
fifOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only for sales
front first hands in round lots. In filling
orders and for broken lots it is necessary to
charge nn advance upon these figures.
FLOl'lt. This market is quiet. Sales
are light and there is very little- arriving.
Old flour is very scarce. "We note the sale of
200 bbls various grades $3 50J?,5 00
200 bbls various grades 4 00,5 50
100 bbls XXX $4 25
100 bbls choice family $5 25
200 bbls XXX $4 50
200 bbls choice family if." 00
50 bbls new fancy patent $0 00.
HAY. Tliere is no hay coming into
market, and the supply is very light. There
is enough here, however, to satisfy tho very
limited demand. Choice Timothy is about
all that is called for. "We note tho sale of
1 car Ileal Tup, ?7 00) 1 car good mixed,
S 00; 1 car good Timothy, $!) 00; 1 car
choice Timothy. $10 50.
BUTTER. This mnrket is heavily over
stocked. There is no choice butter arriving,
all that comes having been moro or less af
fected by tho heat. Thero is no demand
for any except choice. Tho sales reported
vfcro 1 tub Wisconsin, IUQiHc; 5 tubs Wis
consin, 0 lie; 5 pkgs. good, ll12cj 7
pkgs. common, 72.0c; 10 pkgs. Northern,
EGGS. Toil market it glutted with
spoiled mid spijling eggs that will sooner
or Inter find their way to the river. There
is no demand, the weather being so hot
that people are afraid to buy. Two days in
Cairo these days is enough for any egg.
Wo note, the sale of 50 dozen, Uc; 100 dozen,
4c; 200 dozen, C5c.
APPLES. There is a good local demand
for choico apples for the stands and for
cooking purposes at quotations. Thero ure
very few on the market. We note sales as
follows: 10 bbls. choice, $1 50; 25 bbls.
choice, $1 50; 1:5 bbls. medium, $1 25.
POTATOES. There is a heavy overstock
of potatoes. The market is dead dull at quo
tations. We note the sale of 50 bushels at.
at 75c&l 00 per bid.: 50 bbls. il 00.
CORN. The demand is confined almost
entirely to choice white corn, suitable for
the mills. There is none in the market.
41 cents is tho ruling figure for bulk. Tho
mill demand is urgent. Wo note the sale
of 2 cars white in bulk, 41c; 1 car white in
OATS. The supply of oats is very light.
There is but very little demand. Old oats
are all gone. Xew ii weak at quotations.
To b-ing 20c. the quality must be good.
We note the sale of 1 car new mixed in bulk,
29c; 1 car good old mixed in hulk, 27c.
MEAL. This market has been considor-
bly bctttr for the past three days, and city
meal is stiif at $2 10. For country stock
there is but little demand. The price for
the latter is 2 00. We note the sale of
100 bbls. city, $2 10; lOObbls. country kiln
dried, $2 00; 150 bbls. city, $2 10. The sup
ply of both kind is light.
BRAN. There is no change in bran to
report. There is a good supply at(thc mills
and in the hands of commit-sion men, which
is being offered nt $10 per ton in sacks.
Hie only sale reported was that of 100 sacks
PEACHES. All the peaches that come
in are of a poor sort, and are dull at prices
quoted. Choice will bring a fair figure.
Sales noted were 50 boxes, 15(S,25c;25 bas
kets, 20 25c; 10 baskets, 15(&20c.
POULTRY. There is a fair demand for
choice young chickens. Small chickens
and old hens are dull. We note the sale of
U coops young chickens, small, $1 00(2,1 25;
2 coops good young chickens, $1 i)5(&l 50;
2 coops old hens, $2 25.
Andy Baum, Memphis.
Belle Memphis. Yieksburg.
Golden Rule, New Orleans.
John Means and barges, New Orleans.
De Smet, Golconda.
Nellie ThoniaR. Columbus.
James Fisk, Paducah.
Golden Crown, Cincinnati.
Robin and tow, St. Louis.
Andy Baum, Cincinnati.
Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
Port Ends and barges. New Orleans.
Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
John Means and barges, St. Louis.
De Smet, St. Louis.
Nellie Thomas, Columbus.
James Fisk, Paducah.
Robin and tow, St. Louis.
The Jim Fisk is the packet fur Paducah
this evening, leaving at 5 o'clock, prompt.
The Belle Memphis came up from Mem
phis with a fair trip. She made light ad
ditions of freight, and got several people
here. She had 1,200 sacks of wheat for St
The Port Eads took with her the barges
brought out from St. Louis by the Grand
Lake No. 2. She got about 500 tons of
freight here, and all of her barges heavily
The Golden Rule had a good trip of
freight and people from New Orleans.
The John Means and barges, Mary Ann,
Ironton and W. P. Halliday, passed up from
new Orleans light. She goes to St. Louis
to lay up.
The DeSuictcame down about 3 o'clock
yesterday, from Golconda, with a fair trip.
The John B. Maude, Captain Blake,
leaves this port at 5 o'clock this evening for
The City of Alton, Capt. Horace Bi.xby,
will be here in time to leave for New Or
leans at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
J, F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
The great ancceaa and delight of tho people. In
fact, nothing like It hat ever been offered tb
American people which ha an quickly found It w ay
Into their good favor and hearty approval aa K. K.
Kunklo'a 111 tier Wine of Iron. It doea all it pro
pore, and tliu give unlvcmil atlfactlon. It la
guaranteed to cure llie worat cae ofdypepla or
pidlgcMlnn, klclnev or liver dlene. weakuea,
ncrvoimie, contlputlon, aclditt of the atomaeh,
tc. tiet the genuine. Duly "olefin Sl.00 bottle.
Depot aud office, iMt North Jilntb Mreet, Philadel
phia. Ak for Kuuklu'a uud take no other, bold by
Dysyensia! Dyspepsia ! Dyspepsia!
K. F. Kmikel'a Hitter Vt'lue of Iron la a suro enre
for thla dleii. It liaa been preacrlbed dally for
mnny year In the practice of eminent phylclnn
with unparalleled niece, fyniptom are loa
appetite, wind and rllng of food, dryue lu month,
headache, dlr.nlnc. lccnlcM)ce and low aplrlt.
(let the irennlne. Nut olil in bulk, ntilv In il hot
ties. Hold hy all drugglata. Ak for E. K. Kuukle'a
III Iter Wine of Iron, and take no other. II per bot
tle, or ill for all bottle. All 1 ak ia a trial of till
valuable medicine. A trial will convince you at
WORMS 1 WORMS! WORMS!
E. F. Kuukle'a Worm Hyruti never full lo remnen
all kind of Worm. Meat, pin and alouiach wormt
are resdllv removed hy Ktinkle1 worm rivrup. lr.
Kiinkln I tlic only uceenil phylclan that can re
movu tupe worm lu from two lo four hour. Ho hai
nn fee until bead and all pac alive and lu thla
apace of time. Common ono teachea if tupe worm
can lie removed all other worm cau lie readily re
moved. Aak your drugglat for a bottle of Knukol'i
Worm Syrup. Price Jl er bottle, It never fail
or send to the doctor for circular. No. U69 North
Ninth Itrtcl, Philadelphia, Pa. Advice free.
Capcine Porous Plaster!
on the ordinary por
V Soothing, healing,
palU'killluK atjeul iu on.
The mamifartnrpre received the highest, and only
aard riven 10 I'orou l'later al the Cvuleuuiul.
Wo rmit lletion'a Capclne l'liiter to he upo
rW to U other I'orou Matter and to all llulnwma.
ASK TIIOS1GAVHO KNOW
Ak an phylclan If Kenaon'a Capclne I'orou
PliuMur I not the bet plater lu the world. Thlr
reinarkible article wa Invented to overconio the
great objection alway found to the ordinary poroua
planter of ilow action iu hrlugiiiK relief.
Fur lame and w eak hack, rheumatlam. trouble of
the plne and kidney, It la a truly wonderful remo
dy. rh)lclan everywhere recognize it great an
perlnrlty to other poroii platera and to all lini
ment. It relieve pain at once and cure quicker
thau any known pluaier. liniment or compouud.
P VTTTTriV TIIEIIE arodangerouaand
U 1 worthle Imitation of
Henton'a Caprine l'later lu the market. The en
nine have the word 'Capclne1' cut through each
planter. Sold hy all dnigln. I'rlce i!5 cent.
STEW YOUK STOUE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth atreet and 1
Commercial Ave., )
C. O. PATIEU &c CO.
LEG A 14
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To whom it may coscekn:
Thonnitcralgned. admlulatratorof the etate of
of John Millivau. deceased, hereby give nonce
that he will make a final renort of hi acta und
doing a mch ailmininrator. to the County Court
01 Alexander County, at tne Aiigni ithi menu.
A.I). 1HTH. to wit: On Monday. Augtit 19th. 1H7H,
and will then and there ak for a full and final
ettlemenl of the account, und for a diacburge
from all further liability a administrator of aaid
G. W. SHORT.
July 16th. 18T8.
State ofllllnol. Coiinlv of Alexander, a. Circuit
Court of Alexander County, hepleuiber term
A. O.. lTi.
Sarah Heed v. Frederick Itced-liill for Divorce
AffidaUt of the noti-reaidence of Frederick S
Heed, defendant above aumcd. liming been (lied In
the ott'ie of the Clerk of wild Circuit Court of
Alexander Conntv, notice i hereby given to the
i-uul Frederick S.' Heed thiil Surah Heed, com
plainant. Aled her bill of complaint in aaid Court
on the Chiincerv lde thereof, on the day of July,
A. I).. I1O8. and that a iimmon thereupon
iued out of aaid Court agaiti't the ald
defendant, returnable on the tlrat Motidav in
the mouth of Setitember. A. II. 1 a I bv law rv
nnired. Sow uule vou the aid Frederick S. Heed
ehall permnallv be and appear before aaid Circuit
Court of Alexa'uder county, ou the drat day of the
term thereof, to be holden iu the court houe, in
aaid county, ou the 6rt Monday of Septemlier next,
and ulead. anawer or demur to trie aaid comnlalnant'i
bill of complaint, the eume. and the mailer and
thing therein charged and Hated, will be taken aa
coufeen. and a decree entered against you, accord
ing to tne prayer or raid bill.
JXO. A. REEVE.
Clerk of Alexander Circuit Court
Mulkey St Leek. Sol. forCoinp't.
Dated thi ICth day of Julv. A. I). 1878.
To Mr. Kate Ohio. Onlo J. Ohio. Elizabeth Ohio
and John Ohio, and to all other whom It luay
Take notice that I have filed my final report aa
administrator of the estate of 'John B. (ihio,
decea"d. and that I will apply to the County Court
nf Ali-inr!.r Cnnnlv. llllnoi. HI the Allifiut term
thereof. IS??, for a final discharge and cttlcmenl of
Cairo, 111., Jnly 12.1878. Admlnlitrator, Jtc.
DO yon want to Increase your trade or build np a
trade, or build up a new buainct
UPavil To let people know what yon have to
Afj" aell. How that can he done at the leat
cot 1 worth aaklug about. Newspaper reach
more people at a lea expenae than any oilier mean
of communication. Hence, an advertlaement that
can be given the mot circulation for the money, in
ood paper, la the nret way to develop your
milieu. To try for auch . RCWH1'(1
Send for a copy of our Standard Hat and learn what
an immenae circulation you can get for a mall um.
El. P. HOWELL A CO..
10 Spruce Street, New York.
If. B. On everv order for thla MM we will give you
over half a million circulation in other paper) with
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Yulcax Ieox "Works
93 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. Heimie,
HAVING etahllhed hlawork at the abovo men
tinned place la better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engine and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, the
manufacture, of all klndi of Machinery, Hailrnad,
Steamboat aud Bridge Forging made a apecialty,
Eapeclul attention given to repair of Engine and
Urn Catlug of all kind niadt to order.
l'ipc Fitting lnallji(ij)ranchea.
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvements
ou old ouea; for medical or other compound, trade
mark and label. Caveat, Algnnietit. Inter
ference, Appeal, Suit for Infringement, and
all cum nrl-lng under the Patent Luwa. prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
1) L1 I Vt 'T 17 II by Hie Patent Olllce inuv allll,
lirjOTAjl. .TjJ Mnmnatcaae, be patented by
11. Being opposite the U. H. Patent Department,
und engaged In Patent attaint1 exclusively, we can
mnko doner aearclie, and eeure Patent moro
promptly, and w ith broader claim, than thoo who
are remote from Wellington,
I N V IcNTl Hi '1"1 n 8 mo,lcl or "ketch of
All T lill 1 V'ilO youf device j we nmko ex
amination and ndvlae aa to patentability, free nf
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Pi lee low, anil no charge utile Patent ta secured.
Wo refer lu Washington, to Hon. Poatinuatcr
Oenerul D. V, Key, Rev. F. D. Power. Tho German
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
its cure extends over a period of 20 years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy-
It sale constantly Increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures hy Its mild, soothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cnres cold In bead and Catarrh, or Ozoeua.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
Rockpokt, Mass., April 2. 1877.
Mb. Eni-ron! Iliivinir reml In vonr tmoer tha re
port of the remurkable cures of catarrh, I am in
duced to tell what t kuow about catarrh, aud 1 fan
cy the snun"11 ond "Inhaling tube" maker mere
dollar grabbers would be glad if they could embla
zon a similar cure lu the papera. r or twenty years
I have suffered Willi catarrh. I he nasal passages
beciime completely closed. Snuff, dust, ashes. In
haling tube and sticks would not work, though at
lutervals I would snuff up the so-called catarrh snui!
until I became a vuluable tester for such medicine.
I ktradnal v grew w rse. and no one cau know how
much I suffered or what a miserable being was. My
head ached over my eyes so mat l w as connued to
my bed for many uccesyo day, suffering the most
intense pain, which at one time lasted for I'M hour.
All sense of taste and smell gone, eight and hearing
one, ncrvon system shattered anil constltuium
Token, aud I wa hawking and spitting seven-
eighth of tne time, I prayed for death lo relieve
me of my surreriug. A tavoraoio uuticc in your
natter of Dr. Sage Catarrh Remedy Induced me to
Jiurchase a package and tio It with Dr. Sage's nasal
louche, which applies tho remedy by hydrostatic
preure. the only way compatible with' common
sense. Well, Mr. Flditof. It did not cure me lu thrco-
fourth iu a second, nor in one hour or mouth, but
In less thau eight minutes I was relieved aud la
three months cured and have remained o for over
ID month. While uliig tho Catarrh Remedy I naej
Dr. Pierce1 tiolden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I also kept my
liver active and howel regular by the ne of hl
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
Induce other sufferers to eek the same means of ru
lief, this letter will hsve answered its purpose.
Yours truly, ti. D. KENMCK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES :
The following named persons aro anions tho
thousand who have been cured of catarrh by tho
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy:
A Y Downs, New lietieva, Pa; I) J Rrown St. Jo
aeph, Mo; E C Lewla, Rutland Vt; Chaa Norcron
North Chesterfield, Me; Milton Jones, Scrlba, N Y;
J R Miller. Urtdger Station. Wy; J 0 Merrymaur
M M Post, Logan sport, lud; J W Bailey, TrenwuK
Pa; II U Avers, Luporte, Ind; Jesse M Sear. Fori
Unincli, Did; L L Williams, Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer, Onarga, III; 8 1 Nichols, Jr, (.alveston.
Tex; K Keliiert, Stonevllle. Pa; 8 W Luk, McFar
liind. Wis: Johnson Williams, lielmlck.O; Mrs H
A Curry. Trenton, Tenu; J O Joslln, Keene, N 11
A J Casper. Tnh'o Hock, W Va; Louis Anders,
tiravsport, O; V II Chase. Elkhart: lud; Mr lieu -ry
llalght. San Fratc.lsco, Cal; Mrs K M Oallusha.
Lawreuccvlllo, N Yj W J Graham, Ado), lot A O
Smith, Newmau, (la: Chaa E Kiee, Ilaltlmore, Md;
Jesse M Sear, Carlisle, Ind; Dan B Miller. Fort
Wayne, Ind; Mrs Minnie Arnalse, SriaJ Delaucy-st.
N Y; II W Hall, Hastings, Mich; Win F Msraton,
Lowell. Mass: Mr c J spurton, Camden, Ala: C r
Kaw. Frederlcktown, O; Mra Lucy Hunter. Farm
Ington, III; Capt E J Spauldlng. Camp Stambaugh,
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamlioat Rock, lu; Mra Lvdi
Walte, Shushaii.N Y; J M Peck, Junction City
Mont; Henry Roe' Itanta, Oil; L P dimming,.
Kanloul, 111: S K Jones, PuebestoB, Four Corners,,
N Y; (.eo V Hall. Khonlo. Cal; Wm K Usrtrie..
Sterling Pa; II P Sain, 1Mb Penu-at, Plttburg.Pa; J.
RJackman. Mlauel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zoblst, lien
eva, N Y ; Hattie Parrot. Montgomery, Ohio: L Led-.
work. Chatham, III; 8 B McCoy, Nashnort, O; W W
Waruer. North Jackaon, Mich; Mary A Wlnne, Da
rien, Wis; John Ziegler, Carllso Springs, Pa; Jas
Tompkins, St Cloud, Minn; Enoch Duer. l'awneu
City, Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xenla, O; 8 II Nichols,
Galveston, Tex; II L Laird, I'pper Alton, 111; John,
Davis 1'rescott, ArUona: Mr Nancy (iraham, For- -est
drove, Oregouj J W H.uuects Slatlcopa, Art-.-zoua.
Golden Medical Discovert
Is alterative, or blood-cleansing,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Bv reason of Its alterative properties cures diseases
of the blood aud skin, as scrofula or king's evil; tu
mor; ulcers, or old sores: blotches; pimple
and eruption. Hy vlrlno of Its pectoral proportion
It cure bronchial, throat and lung affection; Incip
ient rnnmimptlon; lingering coughs and chrotilo
laryngltia. It chulagogite qualities render It an un
equaled remedy for biliousness, torpid liver, or "liv
er complaint;" and It tonic properties make It
equally efficacious In curing Indigestion, loss of an
petite and dyspepsia.
Where the skin Is sallow and covered with blotches,
and pimple, or whero them aro scrofulous alloc
thins and swelling, a few bottles ofdoldeu Medical
Discovery will effect an entlro cure. If yon feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, havo sallow color of skin,
oryellowlsh brown spot on fuco or body, frequent
beatuichu or dindue, had taste In mouth, Internal
heat or chill alternated with hot fliiahe, low spirits
and gloomy forubodlnga, Irregular appetite and
tongue coated, you aro suffering from torpid liver
or biliousness, lu many cases ol liver complaint
only part of these symptom uro experienced. A a
remedy for all such caes, Dr. Pierce1 Golden Medi
cal Discovery ha no equal, aa It effects perfect cure,
Iciivluu tho liver strengthened and healthy.
The Teople's Medical Serrant.
DR. II. V. PIERCE
Is tho sols proprietor and manufacturer oi tho fore
going, remedies, all of which an sold hy druggists.
Dels also tho author of tho People's Common onii
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thousand
pages, with two hnndred and olghty-two wood ou
gravlnga and colored plate, lie lias already sold of
this popular work
' OVER 100,000 COPIES.
Price (postpaid) 1.W. AddrM
R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
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