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g AN FORD'S
,mu FEET ABOVE THE HE A.
Ttin following testimonial are from Messrs. .T.
(). Hosworlh A Co.. Denver. Co)., large and Inllu
cutlal druggist. They report uiiprccedenlly Unit:
sale mul uiiIvitkhI rmllhfacliou. No other disease
is so alarmingly prevalent iu that region. They
speak uf Di lollowlng gentlemen a among their
If ft cltliscus:
J. 0. Dosworth A Co., Denver. Col.: Ocutlcmen
Prompted by a fellow-feeling for those afflicted with
with ( atarrh. 1 wish to adifmv testimony in hcbalf
of bANFOllD'H HA DH'AL Cl'HE run CATAltltH.
1 have been sorely afflicted with this fearful disease
for four years, and have tried every knnwu remedy
without avail, until 1 bought a bottle of the above
Cl'HE from you, which nave me almost Instant re
lief. It being a constitutional an well at a local
remedy. I believe It to he all that Is claimed for It.
a IUdlcal l 'lire for Catarrh.
Vcrv truly your, WM. AMETIVE.
Denver, Sept. S3, lfi'.b. with Jcusun, lilts A Co.
Messrs. J. I). Kosworth & Co., Denver:
(iinti mrs : - I take pleasure In recommending
8ANF.OKDS KADICAL Cl'HE FOK CATAKKIl
to all who are afflcu-d wlih tbla disease. 1 war
greatly afflicted with It for a lunar time, and rtir'd
It with two hollies of the lxne (. IKE About a
year afterward I was egalntakrn with Catarrh quite
severely, and liurnedlairly sent for another buttle
which Hied me all right, giving m u relief from the
(rt dole. I am confident that thla remedy will do
all thai la claimed for It. and more too. Wishing
you success lu It Introduction, I am vrry truly
your, A. W. SMITH, of emltk A Isuil.
Deuver, Oct. 4, 1075.
Meaira .,!.. Hrx worth A Co.. lie nver. Col. : fieri-tlemen-I
haveiiacd SANKoKD'S UADK ALCTKE
"!( CATAHHH. and It ban then perfect satisfac
tion 1 have tried almost everything, and It ia the
only thin that baa elvcu me relief 1 therefore
take pleasure in recommending lt use to all af
flu led with Catarrh of any kind, and offer tbla at my
tesUuwry to Ita benefit.
Vrjy truly. W. 8. DECKi.
Denver, on. 1, its.
UEV-J. II. Wliii.lN SATS:
One of the bi t remedies fur Catarrh, r.av. the
bt remedy we have fount! lu a llfeiiuie of Vnfli-r-lug.
LSANKOHD K KADIi AL I HE. It Is not
unpleasant to take through tbe notriia. and there
comes wiib ear h bollle a small glass tube for use lu
hihalailon It riear the bund and throat so
thoroughly that, takeu each uwrnln on rleinj;.
there are no niipli-asani see reiloua amino disagree
able hacking during the eutlre day. but au ui.prc
reiited rlearuear of voice and reaplratorv organs
Key. i. H. Wlggtn, lu Dorchester 1 Mas.,') Beacon.
Each i knee rontaliis I ir. Sanford Improved
Inhaling Tube, with full directions for lite In all
aso.. PrleI.KI For sale by all wholesale and
retail druggists and dealers throughout llie ( tilled
Male. ami Canada. WEEKS f'i iTTEll. (.ei.erai
Agent, and w bolesalu druggirta. Boston. Mass.
For Local Pains, Lamer).-".. Sorent-HP.
W'akn'Sh-, 'nmbiifss inl Inflation of
tli Luiitrt, Liver, Kidneys, SjiIkh,
Itowcls, Rladiier, Heart, ami Musics,
an wiial to an army of dK tors and
acres of plant and shrills. Even in
Paralysis, F.ilesy or Kits, and Nervous
and Involuntary Muscular Action, this
Master, hy rallying the Nervous Forces,
lias effected Cnreu when every other
kuown remedy has failed.
1'KICE 25 CKNTS.
Ask for Collins' Voltaic. Plaster, and
insist 011 lia in it. Sold liy all W hole
halo and Retail Iirii"";iMs tlironsrhout
tlie I'nited States and ( anadas. WEEKS
& PoTTER, Proj-rlctors. Iioston, Mass.
Y I'll YSI LOGICAL
"View of iMarrinixt,'!
Tl'ilf K 'r A t. tilde to HeilfiH k and
yjJlYS cei.f.deiiiial treatUe on the
" duller of uiurnaee and Ibe
AND caue that unfit for it; the
"T 1MM (I I.'ecret of Kcprodiirtiiiii and
jM iVHIII.l'H id,,. ,,f Women. A
tvMik for prhale, ronatderate reading, -.".J patfc,
I'rUe U tetil.
A I'KIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER!
ln all dlaord.T" of a private n-ilure arUini; 'rotn
ef-abue, nieni'i, or eor t din .ne. with the beet
meant of cure, tit Uru'c t'B.'ea. price M cen!
A clinical I'-cture on trie above di"eft'c and thoae
cif the throat. !uiti. inturrli, rupture, the opium
liabit. etc.. price 10 centa.
Kltber book a, nl po.l-ptild on receipt of price: ot
all three, containing Mi ua'i, beautifully liluctra
led. for 75 cent.
Addiva DH Hl'TTS. No. 18 N". th at., St. l.oula
men, b ol vitality, premntnre weakrK. enerva
tion of mind ami body, dl-uniir of the brain and
rierviiua avMem. and mlerlea reaultiiii therefrom,
ppevrilly cured by HATr' Sl'KCIFIC. I'r'pared
by an einlnent pliiMclaii: (3 a cae. i for JT; aold t.v
iiru(.'trit. For circular with full particulara. ad
Am l)H. BATES, iMii state urevt. ( hicajo. 111.
NorruEXd fee !,';". ifr.v'e
boplial. is? Enal Wnlilin:inn atreei, i blcaeo. for
the cure of all private, chronic ami peciitl dleaea.
htviVAi. r.ikvr.". sr.itvot'K nr.Hii.tTV and 1.0. t
aaMiiKin. perniiineiiily cured lr l. I a graduate
of the Keform Hi. hool. and ue mi nu rciirv ; liaa the
lareeal practice In the t'nlteil Stalea. t.il re
)ttlrlii; trentinciit. ih home and board, call or
write. Kverv eonvetiieiice for patient Send fiftT
rent for MAltKI.M.K til'IDKISTS pacen llliinnit
ed. Miirried ladien and ceiitlemen aend fifty cenia
for aample of rubber ifooil ucd clretiliir of import
ant information bv exprena. Conaultiitloti free and
tonlldenlliil . liclWile Keinnle l'llla .'i a hoi.
A - 1 ASAI.AUY. I'ermnnent anlemen want.
N I Zt M led 'o ell Htnple liooda to dealer. No
V v vpeddliui. Kxpcime puld. Addre
. A. CRANT it CO., 3, 4,0 ii 8 Homo St., Cln
I't.ATEl) WATCHES. Cheapen III
N.vhf world. Sample Wulclt Kree to Aijelit. Ad
V"dn'M, A. COl'LTEH & CO.. Chicago, Ilia.
'ANDMoltl'IIINE IIAIUTC I KEI)
The Uriirlnnl mid only ubaoluic
cure. Send tiiini for book on
Opium Ealinir. to W. H. Sitilre, Wortlilntou,
(rreue, County. I ml.
DYE1X0 AXD RENOVATING.
Yl-'K 0L1) CLOTHES
C1X BE BBACTiriXI.T
DYED Oil HEPAIllKD
At a Trillins Eil'disc 0. P.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
If I.ndlea and (10111' old hat made new.
(irrn t or mi Caiiio City Er.iiuv Comi-asv, I
Caiho. III., duly 5, Ks, (
Notice I hereby (jlven that a meetlna of the
Kockholdera of thl oompaiiv will he held on Mini
(lny, the ii'.'nd tl 11 v of July, Inalatit, A, D. 1X78. at 111
o'clock. 11. in , nt the wharfinnater office, over the
lore of H. W. Miller, on Ohio Levee, In the city of
Cairo, lllliiula. t. Staat Tatwh, I'realdeut,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KVKHV M1UIINI.N0 (MONUlYa KXI1ITJU).
Olllce; ltiilletln Hulldliur, WualiliigUm Avenue
Hubaorljition H u t H I
HAILY. s .
Dally fdellvered hv earrlerm i.er ueek ar.
Ily mall tin advance; one )eur 10 (li
six mouth 5 Oft
1 brew month li Ml
ouu mouth an
Ily mall (In advance) ouu year ( a 00
Six month 1 111
Three month so
To club of ten and over (per ropy) Ml
roMiitgu 111 an can prepaid,
AclvertlBinjj It u ton:
Klrat Inaertlon. per wpiare 1 1 00
Hiibaeipieut Inaertlon. per ninare fni
t-or one week, per aquaru I li
For two week, per aquare 4 Si
Mir three week, t (d
ror oue moiitii 7 10
Each additloual aquaru. 4 (i
Klral Inaertlon. per aijuare 1 1 on
Subaeqiietit luaertloiia ;tt
pcilliil line or aolld nonpareil ronatitutea aqtiare.
Dlaplnyed advcrtlaemenl will be charged ai cord
I ii(! lo the apace occupied, at above rule-there be
I Hi; twelve line of mild tvpe to the ini h.
To ret'iilar advertlaera we offer atiperior Induce
menta, tioth aa to rate of charge! aud inanucr of
uiapiayiiiv ineir tavora.
Local notlcca twenty cent per line for firat infer
Ion: ten ceuta per Hue for each aubrcouent Inaer
tlon. Commuiilrationt noon aubjectanf peneral Intereat
to the public are at all Ulrica acceptable. Kejected
inanuarripta will Dot be returned.
Letter and communication ahould b addreaaed
' Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, Uliuole."
JNO. II. OBEHLY. (ieneral Manacr.
Caiho, III., TuntsnAi Evksiso,
July IS, 1878 (
All nur efTorti to find something new to
give to the readers of the PiticE Cl'RREXT
lmvt heen in vain, and there is nothing left
for us to do but to relute the same old story.
There 1ms heen noclmnge of importance
making itself iippitrcnt in any branch of the
murket. If anything, the intense heat of
the pa.-t week has caused greater dullness.
On Tuesday the thermometer rtood for the
greater j.art ol the day at 9-1, and although
reirts throughout the land show the heat
to have- heen greater than it was here, it was
hot enough fur the average Cairo man.
In the Hour market we tan learn of no
thing new or inifiortant. Stucks are ahout
ns la! reja-irted, transactimis having heen
light. Old flour, however, is alsmt al!
gone, and within a few days, it is thought,
dealings will Ik: confined altogether to the
nrw stock, which is considered of gojd
tUality. As to grain there is no change to
mention, except that choice white corn is
very scarce, and millers are clamorous. A
number of our merchants find ii impossible
to secure enough to fill their ordors. 41
cents in paid for bulk. All the stock of old
oats has Wn disused of, and the supply,
which is exceedingly light, is all of new
crop. Trices are unchanged from those
quoted in our Inst iue 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.
There is ncine in the hands of commis-iun
men. City meal is stiifat f i 10. " Country
is htill at the old figure, f 2 00. Bran is in
gol suiily and dull at f 10 in sacks. It
is being freely offered at this price, but
there are no takers. Iiutter is an eye-sore
to dealers, and the sight of an egg makes
the iM.r 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 shipped, no doubt, was sweet and
palatable, but upon arrival here was found
tolic nothing more nor less than grease
1 the cau.e living the fearful hot weather)
that is now in the hands of the dealers aud
cannot W disposed of at any price. Kegs
also sioil by 'the time they arrive, or within
a very few hours after they get here, and
bushels of them arc Uing thrown into the
river daily. Potatoes are in abundant sup
ply and very dull .tt 75c(L' $1 00 per bushel.
Peaches and apples, choice ones, will sell
well at quotations. Choice young chickens
find ready sale at 1 50 per dozen. Old
liens are quiet at $2 25.
I-tPOnr friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only for sales
from first hands in round lots. In filling
orders and for broken lots it is necessary to
charge an advance upon those figures.
FLOCK. 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, . .
200 bbls various grades, ..
100 bbls XXX,.
100 bbls choice family. . .
. .2 505 00
,.4 00jf.5 50
200 bbls XXX
2(K) bbis choice family...
50 bbls new fancy patent.
HAY. There is no hay coming into
market, and the supply is very light. There
Is enough here, however, to satisfy the very
limited demand, Choice Timothy is about
all that is called for. We note the sale of
1 car IleJ Top, $7 00; 1 cur good mixed,
$3 00; 1 car good Timothy, p 00; 1 car
choice Timothy. $10 50.
lH'TTEIl.-This market is heavily ov'er
tiK'ked. There is no choices butter arriving,
nil that comes having been more or less af
fected by the heat. There is no demand
for any except choice. The sales reported
were 7 tubs Wisconsin, l.'lt314c; ft tubs Wis
consin, 12al!k.i 18 pkgs. common, OeJ)
lie; 5 pkgs. good, i3i2v 7 pkgs.com
uion, 7ifi0c; 10 pkgs. Northern, 12312)3c.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN :
EGGS. This market is glutted with
sjwiiled and spoiling eggs that will sooner
or later find their way to the river. There
is no demand, the weather being so hot
that people, ure afraid to buy. Two days in
Cairo these days are enough for any egg.
We note the sale of 50 dozen, 3c; 100 dozen,
4c; 200 dozen, U&ftc.
APPLES. There is a good local demand
for choice Mpples for the stands and for
cooking purposes at quotations. There are
very few on the market. We note sales as
follows: 10 bbls. choice, $1 50; 25 bbls.
choice, $1 50; 1IJ bbls. medium, $1 25.
POTATOES. There is a heavy overstock
of potatoes. The.market is dead dull at quo
tations. We note the sale of 50 bushels
at 75c(?$l 00 per bid.; 50 bbls, $1 00.
COHX. The demand is confined almost
entirely to choice white corn, suitable for
the mills. There is none in the market.
41 cents is the ruling figure for bulk. The
mill demand is urgent. We 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. New are weak at quotations.
To b-iiifr 2Cl the quality must be good.
We note the sale of l car new mixed in bulk.
2fic; 1 car new mixed in sacks, 2tc; 1 car
good old mixed in bulk, 27c.
MEAL. This market has been consider
bly bettw for the past three days, and city
meal is stiff ut (2 10. For country stock
there is but little demand. The price for
the latter is f 00. We note the sale of
100 bbls. city, 2 10; lOObbls. country kiin
dried, $2 00; 150 bbls. city, $2 10. The sup
ply of both kind is light. "
RHAN. There is no clnnge in bran to
report. There is a good supply at-'tiie mills
and in the hands of commission men, which
is Wing offered at $10 per ton in sacks.
The only salerejiorted 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 tignre.
Sales noted were 50 boxes, Vi(t.2ty: 25 bas
kets, 20(& 25c; 10 baskets, 15ij20r.
POULTRY.-There is a fair demand for
choice young chickens. Small chickens
and old hens arc dull. We note the sale of
X coops young chickens, small. $1 001 25;
2 coops good young chickens, fl 35&1 50:
2 coops old hens, 2 25.
James Fisk. Padurah.
City of Alton. St. Louis.
Susie Silver, St. Louis.
Mary Miller, St. Louis.
Jnnics Fisk. Paducah.
City of Alton, New Orleans.
Susie Siiver. Cincinnati.
Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
The Alice, from Pittsburg, was due at this
port last night. She goes to St. Louis.
The Mary Miller passed up the Ohio
from St. Louis for Cincinnati. She dis
charged here one thousand sacks of wheat.
The City of Alton arrived early yester
day morning. She laid here until after six
o'clock last nigtit adding freight, and left
with a gcsl trip for New Orleans.
The James Fisk had a good trip from
Paducah. She will be here again this
evening to leave at five o'clock.
The Susie Silver passed up the Ohio from
St. Louis for Cincinnati. She will go into
the hands of a corporation there, and when
again she g.ies to business w ill be forty feet
longer and two feet deeper in the hull than
she now is.
The weather yesterday was fearfully hot,
the thermometer showing 105 degrees on
the big wharf-boat.
A Secketjon that Contaminates tjje
Blood. When the bile is diverted from
its proper channels, into the blood, which
i always the case iu liver complaints, it
ceases to be a healthy secretion, and be
comes a poison. Its abnormal presence in
the circulation and stomach is indicated 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
chaos, and further liodily evil averted Using
the beneficent alterative and tonic, II lis
tener's Stomach Hitters, which by relaxing
the bowels, promotes the escape from the
circulation of bilious impurities; besides
rendering the action of the liver regular,
and removing every trace of dyspepsia.
This pleasant and purely vegetable anti
bilious medicine is not only infinitely more
effective than any form of' mercury, hut is
on account of its freedom from hurtful
properties, infinitely to be preferred to that
J, F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
ryhc preat auccca and delight of the neoiilo. tn
i fact, imthliii; like It ha ever heen offered tnu
American peoiile which hit o quickly found It war
Into Ihelr pioil fnvor and hearty approval aa K. r
Ktinklc Ititler Wlue uf Iron, It doe nil it pro
po.ea. and tint jtlvea universal aaili-fiietlou, Ills
Uuarimteed Uicttre tlio worst cue of (lyspepala or
pnllm-Hlou. khlnev or liver disease, wvaklieaa,
nervonsucM. constipation, acitlllt of the stomach,
AC. tint the ICClllllne. Only ah( , ft .00 llottlea,
lienot mul office, iMl North Ninth Street, Philadel
phia. Ak for Kuuklu'a uud Uku ho other, bold by
Dysjcpsiii! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
E. F. Kunkel'a Hitter win of Iron la n aim- our?
for Oil illaense. It lin heen prescrlhed ilallv for
many year In the practice or eminent physician
with unparulleletl aucceaa. Svinplunis lire' loss
appetite, wind nnd rlslnir of food, dryness iu moittli,
headache, dl.rlnes. aleepli sanes and low aplrlla.
(let the ireutilne. Not sold lu hulk, onlv In jl hot
tlea. Sold by nil tlriiniilst. Ask for K. F. Kuukle'a
Hitler Ine of Iroti, and take 110 other. l per bot
tle, or n for six holtlea. All I ask la a trial of till"
vnliinlifu tucdlcliiu. A trial will convince you ut
W011MS! WORMS! WORMS I
E. F. Kttnklc'a Worm Svruti never full, in remove
all kinds of Worm. Seat, uln and stomach wnrma
are readily removed hy Kuuklu'a worm Svrup. Hr.
Killikle Is the only successful physician thai can re
move tape worm In from two to four hours, lie ha
no fee until head 11 ml nil passe alive and In tlila
spare of time. Common n ine trachea If tape worm
ran be removed all other worm can ho rrtidllT re
moved. Ask your ilnurnlal for a buttle of Kunkel'a
Worm Syrup. 1'rlr fl er bottle, It never falla
or send to the doctor for circular. No. UTiD North
NlMb itrect, I'lilladclphla, 1'a. Advice free.
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY SO 1878.
Capcine Porous Plaster!
I V on the urdluary nor
V Soothing, healing,
pain killii.tiaifeut lu one,
Tho manufacturer! r.f elved the highest and only
award flvun to Poroua Piaster at the t rntcnulal.
e aarratit Itciisoh's upclne plaster to he .11 pe
ri ur lu all other Purou Plasters aud to all llnluieuu.
THOSE WHO KXOAV
Ask any physician If Benson' Capcine Pornua
1 lutr Is uot the be.t plaster In the world. This
remarkable article waa Invented to overcome the
(Treat objection alwayi found to the ordluary porou
plaster of slow actlou In hrluirlnu relief.
J. A ME BACK.
For lame and weak bn k. rheumatism, trouble of
the spine and kldtieya, n la a truly wonderful reme
dy. Physician everywhere recognize It. (real si.
ptrlnrlly to oilier porou planters and to all lini
ment. It relieves pain at once and cure quicker
than any kuown plaster, lluluieut or compound.
C ATTTTOV THERE are rtaneeron and
V J X 1 JlJ , worthless Imitations of
Ilen.on a ( aiieino Plaster in the market. The Ken
u ne have the word "t apciue" cut through each
plaster. Sold by all druggist. Price !5 cent.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I,
Commercial Ave., )'
C. O. PATIEK & CO.
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To WHOM IT MAT CONf F.ns:
Thennderalftied. adminiatratorof the estate of
of .loan Sullivau. deceased, hereby elves notice
that he will make a fi ml report of hi acta and
doilies as such administrator, to the County Court
of Alexander County, at the Auirust term therof.
A.I), leffi. to wit: On Monday. August Pith. lHTs,
and will then aud there ask for a fall and final
settlement of the account, and for n discharge
from all further liability us administrator of said
0. W. SIKH'.T.
Jnly lfuh. 1KB.
Slate of Illinois. County of Alexnndi r. s. Clrcnll
Court of Alexander Coui.tv, September Term,
A. 1)., ls.
Surah lievd vs. Frederick Heed Kill for Wvorce.
Affidavit of the imii-resldcM e of 'Frederick S.
Kenl. defendant above anmed. having been tiled in
the office uf Die Clerk of said Circuit Court ol
Alexander ( utility, notice U herein- piven to the
said Fr d. rick S. Heed that Sarilh hi ed. com
plainant, tiled her lull of comprint in said Court
on the t baticery side thereof.on tlielctb deyrf .luiy
A. I).. IsTs. and that a summon luereupoii
Issued out of said Court au'alust the said
defendant, returnable ou the first Mondav lu
the month (,f September. A. Ii. 1078 as i bv law re
quired. Sow unless you the said Frederick's. Heed
shall periuuall)' lie- and appear bufore said Circuit
Court of Alexander county, oil the first day of the
term thereof, to be holdeu in the court nonce, lu
said county, on the first Monday of September next
aud plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's
bill of complaint, the nnie. and the matters and
thing's therein charged and staled, will be taken a
coiiiessea. nnd a ilecrec entered against you. accord
111,; 10 1 ne praver 01 suiu mil.
JNO. A. HF.EYE.
Clerk of Alexander Circuit Court
Mu'kcv I.eck. Sols. forCiiiup't
lialed thi 16th dar of Julv. A. D, 1C7K.
To Mr. Kate (ihlo. Otissie .1. Ohio. Elizabeth Ghlo
and John v.hlo. aud lo all oibenewhom it may
Take notice that I have filed mv final report a
administrator uf the estate of 'John li. Ohio,
deceased, and that I will apply to the County Court
of Alexander Colllltv. I'lHnoU. at the AliiMil.t t,-rtn
thereof. ik;h, for a ftual discharge aud aettlcmcut of
Cairo, 111.. July Pilar. Administrator, Ac,
DO you w ant to Increase your trade or build up a
trade, or build up a uew business?
It 1'1V To lei people know what yon hate to
- - v sun. now tnai can ric none at tne least
enst ia worth asklnc about. Newspapers reach
more people at a less expense than auv other means
of communication. Hence, an advertisement that
can le Kiven the most circulation for the money, iu
cood paper, is the surest way to develop vour
uusiueaa. loiryiorsucu JlOAViil'U
Send for a ropy of our Standard list and learn what
an immense circulation vou can L'ct fur a small sum
GEO P. IIOWEI.LA CO ..
10 Spruce Street, New York.
S. B.-On every order for this '1.1st wc will clve you
over nana million circulation lu other papers with
"POl'NDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
-L STEAM FOItGE.
Vulcax Iitox Works
93 OHIO LEVEE, CAIKO, ILIA
John T. lleimie.
TTAVI.N'O established hi work at the above men
1 1 Honed place Is hi tter prepared than ever for
uiaiiuiaciuriuti steam btiiiinca ami .Mill Machiuerv
HiivIiil' a Steam Hammer and amnle Tools, the
minimal nirc 01 an Kinna or .nacniurrr, Kailroad.
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irana l-Jtoiis. 4T'J.rl. Clllireh llr-..uits 111 sOiU ,U
Are not advertised a "rnrc-alli" hut aro petflca In
the Ui.va.ci fur which they are recuuiuieudud.
INVESTIGATOKSof naturul rclenc have detLmi
stratcd beyond controversy that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival of the fltteat" 1 tin
only law vouchsafing thrift and perpetuity. Does not
the same principle govern the commercial prosperity
of man An Inferior can not supersede apuri
article, Hy reason of superior merit Dr. pierce'
Standard .Medicine havo outrivaled all other,
rtielr sale In the I'nited State alone exceed onu
million dollars per annum, while the amount ex
ported fools up to Severn) hundred thousand more.
So business could grow to such gigantic, propor
tion aud rest upuu any other basis thuu that o
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Kemedy
IS I'LEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lie cure extendi over period of 90 year.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lie sale constantly Increase.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure by It wild, southing effect.
Dr. Sage Catarrh Remedy
Care cold iu head aud Catarrh, or Ozoeu.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
HocHrorrr. Mxss., April 3. 1".
Mr. EliiToit; Having read in your paper the re
port of the remarkanie cure of catarrh. I am in
duced to tell what I know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the "snuff" and "Inhaling tune" maker mere
dollar grabber vould be glad If they could cmbiu
non a similar cure In the papers. For twenty year
I have iifTcred with catarrh . The nasal passage
became completely closed. HntilY, dust, ashes, in
haling lubes and sticks would not work, though ut
intervals I would snitiTnp the so-railed catarrh simll
until I became a valuable tester for such medlclr.ee.
I gradually grew warse, and no ouu can know i, nv
mnch I suffered or w hat a miserable being was. ly
head ached over my eyes to that 1 was con lined to
my bed for many successive days, suffering the must
Intense pain, w hich al one time lasted for It hours.
All sense of taste and smell gone, sight aud hearing,
gone, nervous system shattered aud constitution
broken, and I "as hawking and spitting seven
eighths of me time. I prayed for death to relievo
me of my suffering. A favorable umice In your
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kcmedy induced nie to
purchase a liackage and use it with Dr. Sage' nasal
douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostatic
pressure, the onlv way compatible with' common
sense. Well, Mr. Editor, It did not cure me In three
fourth of a second, nor In one hour or month, but
in less than eight minutes I was relieved and In
three mouth cured and have remained so for over
lli months. While using the Catarrh Hcmpily I Used
Dr. Pierce' tiolden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I also kept my
liver active and bowels regular by the use of his
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience w ill
luduce other sufferers to seek the same means of re
lief, tliie letter will have answered lis purpose.
Yours truly, B. 1). KKN N ICE.
CLOUD OP WITNESSES.'
The following named person are amotie tlie
thousands who have heeu cured of catarrh By the
UfX0l)WllV:''AW'nv:Ta;15 J Brown St. .To
seph. .Mo; El' Lewis, ltutlaud Vt; Chaa Norcrop,
North Chesterfield. Me: Milton Jones. Serlba, N V;
J E Miller, Kridger Slatiou. Wv; J C Merrvnnti,
M M Post. LoL'ansiiort. Inil: .1 W llullev. Tnin,,iii
Pa; II B Avers, l.aporte. Ind; Jesse M 'Sears. Fort
Mrunch, Ind; L 1. William, Canton, Mo; W W
Thny.T, Onargu. Ill; S l Nichols. Jr, Ualvestou.
Tex; F Helnert. Stonevllle, Pa: S W Lusk. Mc Fur
land, Wis; Johnson Williams, llelmlck. O; Mrs M
A Curry, Trenton, Tenn; J ( Joslln, Keeue. Nil;
A J Casper. Tab'e Hock, W Va; Louis Anders.
Uruvsport. O: I'll Chase. Elkhart; I ml: Mr Hen
ry Ilaight. Sau Frafiseu. Oil; Mrs E M Oallushiu
Lawrencevllle. N Y; W J (irahatn, AiM. lo; A C"
Smith, Newman. (ia: Cha E Itlce, Ilultlmoru, Md
Jesse M Sears. Carlisle, Ind; Dan B .Miller. Forr
Wayne. Ind: Mrs Mlnnlo Arnalse. 21) Delaucv-sc,
N Y; II W Hall, Hasting. Mich; Win F Marswu,
Lowell. Mass: Mr CJ Sptirton, Canidun, Ala: C ff
Kaw. Fmierlcklown. O: Mr Lucy Hunter. Firm
ington, III; opt E J Spauldlng. Camp Stambaugh,
Wy: I W Tracy, Steamboat Kock, lo; Mr Ldl
Waite, Shusliau. N Y; J M Peck, Juucllon Out.
Mont; Henry Hoe' Bautas, Oil; I. P Ciimmlng's.
lUntoul. Ill: SE Junes, l'uubesuin. Four Corner,
N Y; lieu F Hall, Ebonlo. Cal; Win E Uartne,
sterling Pa; II P Sam. Ms Penu-st, Plltsbnrg.Pa; J
K Jiickniaii. Misim Depot, Ky: llenrv Zoblst. (ien
uvu. N Y; llatlle Parrnt, Moutgomerv,' Ohio: L I.eil
work. Chatlnini, 111; S Ii McCoy, Nas'liport. O; W W
Wurner. North Jackson. Mich: Mary A Wlmie, Iu
rlen. Wis; John Zlegler. Carllse Springs, Pn; Jus
Tompkln. St cloud, Minn: Enoch Dner. Pawnee
City, Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xenla, O; S 11 Nichols,
(iaiveston. Tex ; II 1. Laird. Cpper Alton. Ill ; John
Davis Prescott, ArUoua: Mrs Nancv tiralmni, For
est (.ruve, Oreeou; J W Hoberts, ilarlcjoa,, Ari,
Goldex Medical Discoveky
Is alterative, or blood-cleaueluj,'.
Golden- Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discoveky
1b a Cholagojiuo, or Liver Stlniuluut.
Golden Medical Discovery
Ttv s.iaa..n i.t 1, 1,..M.l.. . . -i ..
1 M Y iropernes cures diseases
of the blood and skin, u scrofula or klng'a evil; tu
mors; ulcers, or old cores; blotchus; pimple
and eruption. By virtue of Its pectoral properties
It eliri.. ltr..n..V,lsl .I...... 1 i 1 ,
........ ,,, uin.iiv nun mug niiectious ; uicip-
ent consitmiition; lingering cough and chronic
liirynglli. lis cholagngiie quiilltli s reuder It un un
eiiniled remedv for biliousness, torpid liver, or "liv
er complaint; ' and Ita tonic properties make U
equally efficacious In curing ludlgestlou, lose of
n , in- nuti vi vH'imjn,
W hiTi' tIiM.L ii, U .nil,,... i ...i.i. i .
sua iitnitiU-n, (trwtit-rti ihvrtf aro (tcrofulmiH atirc
I llllH tltlif IU'ii liti.e. n I.. ...1 s,v. i.i . .
iMHCoycry will vfWt iiu vntiru euro. If vou tw
dull, i rtw nv, (U-hillmivU, huve ohIIow color nt ekin
or yollowiHh br.wn ppotP ou fnce or 1km. v, friMiut nt
nt-a-luclu' or (UJu.-m, bail tm-tf In mouth Interim!
Ii.-tlt or el, 1.. ...... ...I ...i.u i.... J- i. ,
" - , 'i " no uoi iiusiie, low spirit
and gloomy foreboding. Irregulnr uppetlto uud
totiL'ui) coated, you are suffering from Uirpid liver
or biliousness, lu many ease, ol jlver complaint
only part of these symptoms ure experienced. As a
remedy for all such case. Dr. Pleree'a Ouldeu Medi
cal Discovery has uo citil, a It effect perfect cures,
leavltm the liver atreugtheued aud healthy.
The Teople's Medical Servant.
DR. It. V. riEUCE
I the sole proprietor and manufacturer ot the fore
going remedle, all of which an' sold by druggist.
He I also the author uf the People' Common Seuso
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thousand
pages, with two hundred aud elghty-twii wood en
gravings and colored plates. He has already sold uf
thl popular work
OVER 100,000 coriEs.
Price (postpaid) f 1 SO. Address
R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
World' PispesMry, Biffalo, New York