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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORN'IXG, JULY S4 1878.
MEDICAL.
gANFOUD'S
RADICAL CURE
Foit CATARRH
INSTANTLY RELIEVES.
t.M) KEKT ABOVE TUB SEA.
The following testimonials are from Messrs. .!.
i lloswnrth ii C o , Denver, Col., large mid irifl 11
cntlal tlnijSifiotH. Thi-y report mt pr-li-nl Ijr largo
rttli'r anil univcreul sutlsfm lion. No oilier disease
i m alarmingly prevalent in Hint region. Tin y
peak of i hi following, gentlemen b among their
SORELY TfFLKTEI).
J. O. Dosworth ft Co., Denver. Col.: (.entlcmen
Promoted by a fellow-feeling for those afflicted with
with rrti . I wish in ailil mr testimony In behalf
of HAN KlICl'M KADICALll'KK run CATAIIKH.
1 Ijavo ) sorely afflicted with thin fenrlul disease
fur four years, and have tried every known remedy
without avail, until I bought buttle of the above
I KK from you, which fan. me almost Instant re
lief. It being a constitutional as well as a lorn I
remeily. hcllcvu It to he all that is claimed fur it,
a Itadual ( lire for Catarrh.
Vrv truly mum, W'M. AMETIVK,
Denver, Kept. Ii), 1m',5. with Jcu.ou, lllisl ii Co.
OREATLY TfFUCTKI).
Messrs. .1. i. llisworth ft Co., Denver:
iKTi.rKN :- I lake pleasure In recommending
HANKOW) S HAIUCAI. CI KK Foil CATAKKll
to all who are afnVtrd with thin disease. I was
greatly afnlru-d with it for a lout time, and cured
ft Willi two bottles of Hie shove CI KK About a
year afterward I was again taken with Catarrh quite
severely, and Immediately ent fur another bottle
which Axed Die all right, giving me relief from the
first dose. I am rotifldent thai tin. remedy will do
all thai In claimed for It. and more too. Wishing
vou m com lu it Introduction. I am very truly
yours. A W. SMITH, ul builth ft Doll.
iK-uver, 0 t. 4, 1HT5.
T1UEI) EVERYTHING.
Messrs J. O. Hosworth 4 Co., Denver. Col. : den-t!emei.-I
have used SANFUKD'S KAMI A1.ITKK
Vni CATAKKH. and It has given (lerfert mil-far.
tlnn. I have tried almost everything, and It In the
only thing that ha irlveu me relief 1 therefore
lake pleasure lu recommending it use to all af
Bit ted with Catarrh of my kind, and ciITit this as my
testluiory to It lieniflt.
Vciytrulv. W. H. DECKEK.
iH-uver. Oct. 1, 1H71.
KEV-J. II W;;IN PAYS:
One of the het remedies fur Catarrh, nay. the
best rcmcdv we have found In a. Ill' time of siifbr
Ing. Is SA.N'FOHD S H.MiK A I. I KK It Is not
unpleasant to lake tliruugh the uolrils. and there
i nim-. with each hottie a small glass tube for use In
Inhalation It dear the head and throat so
thoroughly that, taken each morning on r I I n .
there are no unpleasant secretions am) no disagree
able narkiiijr during Ihe entire day. hut an unpre
ceutcd clearness of voire and respiratory organs
Itev. J. II. Wlggin. In Dorchester i Wi j Heaeon.
Each a kage contain, llr. Sanfurd'e linprov..d
lrihaliii Tuhe. with full direction for ute in all
ac. Price fl.io. For aale by all wholesale and
retail druggl.i. and dealer throughout the lulled
States and Canada. WEKKsA F'liTTKIt. 'ieneral
Agent and wholesale druggists, Boston, Mass.
C0L
Voltaic Plasters
For Loral I'aino, Lamonw, Sorencxs,
WeaknoH, Nuiiilmcsx ami Inflation of
the LuiiaTS Liver, Kidiir-jH, SplM'n,
lUiwelH, liliiddcr. Heart, and Mutch,
arr rfjual to an army of dix-tor and
wren of plants nnd hhrubn. F.vcn in
Taralysis, Kil i?y or Kitx, and Nervous
and I n voluntary Muscular Action, thin
Planter, by rallying the XervU(vForret.
lian erTceted Cures when every other
known remedy has failed.
PUK'F, 25 CKXTS.
Ask for Collins' Voltaic Plaster, and
insist on havine; it. Sold by all Whole
sale and Retail Itrntffists thnmirhout
thel'nifed States and Canadas. WF.KKS
& ltHTKIl, Proprietors. Huston, Mass.
PHY& I LOGICAL
View of rarriai;!
(ul(! to Wnllork and
treatiee oti the
iliitici, i if m
mamaai- and the
AI) caiii.ea that until for II: the
C K 1PJ ( I l'wTrl of Ke.roIU(tliitt anil
Al; IkUl 1 1.,. iKr.ne .if Women. A
nook for private, contderte reading. t 'at;e,
I'rke Ml rrut.
A fill V ATE MEDICAL ADVISEH!
(Hi all dleurder of a irlvate tjyitnre arlelni: from
elf abile- etree. or ecret dlneaee- with the beat
mean of rure. 'M lar:e ym . prire !W cent
A cllnlral lecture ou the ahove dieeaee and Ihoae
of the tbraat. lunit. catarrh, ruuturv, the oiiurn
habit. -!.. jirice lu cent.
F.ithi r lunik u nt pot mld on rieljit of price: ot
all ihref- nintalnini; W) pace, beautifully llluatra
led. for 7?i rrut. , .
Addrr Dlt. JIITTS. No. 12 N. ft t.. St. Loula
NERVOUS IEILITY,5lh.":r,
uii'n, low ol vltalllv. iiremnliire weaknea. enerva
tion of mind and biidy. illorder of tr brnin and
nrrvon vtem, and mlwrli remltlui; tlierefrnm,
pwllWf'uriM hv HATES' sI'ElTFIC I'repared
liv au e'niltfiit ph'vlrlan : $1 a ae. ! for S: old hv
(lfnitll- For circular with full particular, ad-drt-
DU. BATES. S4.1 sute Hreet. Chiraitu. III.
NOCrKENOFEEIK n'i.V'e
hoepilal. 1H7 Kiut WKlilnt!ton lrect. Clilcat'o. for
thu cur of all private, chronic and annrial dleae.
Skivl eseh. KKHVura iimiiunr and t.oT
iiamiiiniii. pcruiaiieiitlv cured. Hr ) irraduate
if the Id fiirni rvliool. and ue no mercrjr; ha the
larifeit pnnliw lu the l ulled State. I.Aiiir. r
o.niriiii Irntlmwil. with home and hoard, call or
write. Ef r fMivenlence for patient. Mend ft fly
rent for M AH It I Ai i K Ul'IDEI-.TS pare" llluatrat
fd. Marrhfl ladir and tfrntlcmen " tid Hfty cent
for "ample of rubber ((ood and circular of import
ant information hr eipre. Coiiultntloti fri'c and
couOduntial. liclWhlf Fetuala fill $' a box.
.SALARY. I'ermanent alemcn want-
X I ) led to ell Staple (iood to dealer. So
U . W,, l' ,,.. .i,l tililri'K
. A.CRANT Jt CU.,8,4' ft 8 Aoniu St., t in-
tiniiatl. Ohio.
t-0WLt PLATE l WATCHES, t'heapewt In
X.ithe world. Sample Watch Free to At'eiil. Ad
Vf 'dre. A. COU.TKH CO., Chicago. 111.
j-1t I TirANl) MUKI'HINE HABIT CI IIEI)
lll'l I I II Thu Original and only abmiluK'
cure. Send atamp for book on
Opium Eatlim, to W. II. Squire, Worthluifloii.
Orei'tif, County, Ind.
DYEING A.VIt RF.K0VAT1N0.
yoUU OLD CLOTHES
CAN It I BlilTllTU.T
DYED Oil IMiPAIHKD
At a Trilling Knpeiwe-C. 0. I.
C1IAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t&" Ladlea and (Ionia' old hata mndo new.
BAIUIKK,
JD. B1UXTON,
Fashionable Uarler,
Ekjiith Bthekt, (in Riser's Duihlinpr)
EMPLOYS only flrat-claaa workmen, and endear
un tu accord lu all courteuui Ircaltueot.
THE DAILY JUILLETIX.
RVKIIT MOIININI) (MOKIUVa KXcmTKll),
0IIli'i: ilulletln IIiiIIiIIiii;, WiiKhliiu'ton Avenue
CAIItO, ILLIOIS.
Kuhaiii'lptlDii JtrttMii:
DAIl.T.
Diiily (dullvert'd hy carrier) per week $ i
lly uiiiil tin adviiucu) ouu yuar 10 no
six month Hill
Three month K Ul
Onu moiilh 'M
WKKKI.T.
II v mall tin advance) onu yeur i it)
Six mouth 1 no
Three month Ml
To cluba of leu and over (per ropy) 1 U
l'otai;u ill all cae prepaid.
A. (1 v r t i a i n K KuteH!
DAIl.T.
Flrt lnertlon. per uare $ 1 no
Subeiuent Inm rlloiiH. per eqaara Nl
For one week, per illre (II
For two week, per quare 4 Ml
For three week, fl 111
For one month 7 id
Each additional Urc 4 00
WKKKI.Y.
Flrt Ineertlon, per iiani $ 1 00
Sube(iieiit iiiertlon !i
If Kli'ht line of anlld nonpareil constitute a quaru.
illfplayed advertiaemeiit will be rharued aixord
Ini; to the apace occupied, at above rate there be
I ik; twelve line of olld type to the inch.
To regular advertlera we offer mperlor Induce
ment, both a to rate of charijei and manner of
dleplayliiit their favor.
Loral notice twenty cent per line for flrt Inner-
ton: ten cviita per line for each uheeiiucnt Inner
tt. ii.
Communication upon auhjedaof eeneral luterevt
to the iublic are at all time acceptable:, llejected
tuiiuiiM rlpt will not be retururd.
Letter and communication ahould b addrcrned
"Cairo bulletin, Cairo, llllnola."
JNO. II. ODEKLY. (ieneral Munair-r.
GEORGE ELLIOT.
Sew York Tlinei.
So little nwuriiti! iiifnrniation luifl been
jjiven nf Gi'orKu Elliot unl tin: order in
which her works Imvc Ueen pulilisheil, tlmt
the 1'itctn of her life Mid labor r riot with
out interect. It seeiiis thitt she was Imrn in
Wurwickrthire a little more than tifty-eiejht
yeiirs Hgo. liefurc she liml publinhed tt
uovi'l or (,'iiiiieil nny literary reputation the
wits known in London, whither she went in
her seventeenth or eighteenth year, hh a
w riter lor the periodical press. She con
tributed largely to the Westminister Re
view, and was at one time its editor a re
markable circumstance, consideriiiK that'
she was then only twenty-three, hip! the Re
view the ablest paper in Great
Britain. Her first substantial effort
was the translation of Strauss
"Life of Jesus" ( 1SJ46 , siR-edily followed
by her second, and Enilish version of
Kctierliack's "Essence of Christianity."
Eleven yers latter a series of sketches ap
peared in HlackwiKsl under the title of
"Science of Clerical Life," supHised to have
been based on her own experience in the
home of a Church of England cler nian,
who had substantially adopted her. They
at once attracted attention by their fresh
ness and vitfor of treatment, and brought
her en-name, then used fur the first time,
into a prominence which has since steadily
increased. The year following see publish
ed "Adam Redi:" she was thirty-eight at
this time and took rank as one of the first
of living novelists. "Adam Rede' idfrsluc-
ed her to the literary world, to the readers
of this eountry as well as wi ll as to those of
huroic. Although her aignature was gener
ally supposed to be fictitious, very few out
side of her immediate circle a very narrow
one hail any notion of her personality
"Who is George Eliot ?'' was widelv dis
cussed in London, most persons feeling
contident that her sex was masculine.
"Adam Rede," it was positively asserted by
numlierlesa wiaeacrwi, could not havo Wn
written by a woman; every line of it was a
demonstration of mantion,). It is not often
that a famous novelist lias written his
or her first novel so late in life. Rut
she had evidently lieen storing her
mind for the task, and had stored it
richly. Her second novel, "The Mill on
the Floss," was published in 1 8 !. anil
amply sustained her fame. "Silas Marner."
regarded by many as the Is'st of her luniks,
came two years after, and in another year,
"Rnmola," which, though the most artistic
of her stories, has never had the wide ac
ceptance nf the others. Ry this time she
was everywhere known to lie Marian Evans,
albeit no such avowal had been, or ever has
been made. "Felix Holt" was published in
lHtlll, "MiddU'iiiarcir in 1872, and "Daniel
Dcronda" in 1711. She has issued several
volumes of poetry, but they have not en
hanced her fame, iH'inf wholly inferior to
her compositions in prose. I'p to the pre
sent, "Middlemarcir is ranked by the mass
of her readers and the majority of critics as
her masterpiKi'.
THE FRONTIER TROURLES.
Sax Fram'isco, July 22 The hostiles
have as predicted broken into two main
bands, the Snakes traveling up the Umatil
la river towards the Snake country, while
the iMnhirieursaml Riutesare making an ef
fort to escaj- by the Daly road, where they
have already been met and driven back by
the command under General Whcatcn,
The Columbia river and renegades from
the I'tmatilU and Siincoc. reserves are
crossing as fast us possible in small bands
to the north side of the Columbia river.
General Howard telegraphs the Indian
plan is to go into the Ruffulo country, but
the loss of lenders demoralizes them.
A Mistakk Cokiikctf.I). While riding
in a Niagara street car, at RulTalo, N. Y,,
said Mr. A to Mr. R, "I was mistaken the
other day." "Howl" said Mr. R. "You re
member we were talking of Dr. Pierce and
his Invalids' and Tourists' Hotel, and I ques
tioned the Doctor's ability to cure catarrh
or consumption, and stated that a friend had
used his medicines with little or no relief.
To sat'sfy you I wrote my friend and here is
his reply":
Dkcatth, III., August Oth, 1877.
Friend A.:
. In reply to yours, just received, asking
what effect Dr. lieree'sinedicine had on me,
I would say, three years uo I expected to
die with consumption. I had long suffered
with catarrh, my throat and lungs were
badly affected und my system was rapidly
hreaking down, 1 had tried iiiuny physicians
anil remedies without hcncllt, Having seen
gtssl results follow the usu of Dr. Tierce's
Medicines, I resolved to tfive them a thor
ough trial. In six months time I was en
tirely cured. No medicines stand higher,
in my estimation, than Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and Dr. Ssge'a Catarrh
Remedy. They not only saved my life, but
liavo mndo mo a hearty ami strong man.
Very truly yours, 8. M. Iuwin.
ADVICE TO HAYES.
From tlie Newark . Ilmincr, Hep.
If President Haves wants to make his nd-
lii i n in t rut ion successful, he must change his
present coursv in numerous respects.
He iiiiist run New lorK to suit Conkling.
He must run Maine to suit llliiine.
He must run Pennsylvania to uit Don
Cameron and old Simon.
He must run Iowa to suit Jim Wilson.
He must run Michigan to suit Ziich.
Chandler.
He must run Illinois to suit John A. Lo
gan. He must run Alabama to suit George
Spencer.
He must run South Carolina to suit John
J. Patterson.
He must run the timber business to suit
Schurz.
He must run Louisiana to suit Mrs. Jenks.
He mtixt run into a hole and pull the hole
in after him and seal it up, so the country
can't smell the stink he has created ever
since he appeared in national politics.
REMEDY FOR HARD TIMES
Stop spending so much on fine clothes,
rich food and style. Ruy gtssl, healthy
food, cheaper and better clothing; get more
real and substantial things of life every way,
and especially stop the foolish habit of run
ning after expensive and quack doctors or
using so much of the vile humbug medicine
that does you only harm, and makes the pro
prietors rich, but put your trust in the great
est of all simple, pure remedies, Hop Hitters,
that cures always at a trifling cost, and you
will see better times and good health. Try
it once. Read of it in another column.
NKW ADVKUTISEJIKNTS.
The Weekly Bulletin.
TIIK OA-ll'tO
Weekly
Bulletin
CONTAINING
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS
FOUTY-EIGIIT COLUMNS
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS
PUBLISHED OX THURSDAY
82.00 Per A.imum
$ 1.50 to Clubs nf Ten and Upward!
The Weekly Bulletin.
THE REST NEAVSPAPEIt
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS
IX HOT7TUKKN- II,I,mOI8.
M EPICAL.
Jt F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
rphf great Mrrcus and rlellirht of thn people. la
X fm't, iKilliliiu like It line dtit hern oftrri'd tli
Amerlriiti prmili- which hit so quickly foiiml lift wnr
Inlo thi'lr iJihiU favor nil hearty apiiruval as K. V.
Kiitikli-'s Bitter Winn of Irou. It dor ill It pro
pone, anil lluif elves tnilviTKnl nillufnrtlnn. In
KiiKraiuecd Uicurn the womt chum rdriipla or
indium Inn, klilnry or liver illneim, wfitknonn,
hi'miiiiiii'M, conmipniloti, itclilltt of lht utonmcli,
c (i.t lh iri'iinltic. utily .old In tl.im holtlr.
Hf liot anil iifflce. H.MI North Ninth Nlrerl, I'hllmlcl
plila. Auk fur Kuuklc'n and taku no utliur. Hold by
ull drtiKnlslii,
Dysycpsla! HyHiM-pHlal Dyspepsia!
K. F. Kntiki-I's Itlttor Wine of Iron In t out cure
for this tll.cit.f. H tins Xwvn prpscrllxd rislly for
many ycura In the practice of eminent physician
with unparalleled success. Symptom are Iom
appetite, wind and rlnlnir of food. ilrynrM In month,
heuilache, dl.itlueKa, nlFeplcanneiia mill low aplrlta.
(iet the irentilne. Not aolU III hulk, oulv In tl hot
tle. Sidd by all ilrunclma. Auk for K, Y. Kuiikle'i
Hitler Wine of Iron, and take no other. l Iter hot
tie, or n fornix nolllea. All 1 auk la trial of lulu
valualilo meillclnu. A trial will cnnvlucu you at
once,
WORMS I WORMS I WORMS I
K. Y. Kutikle'a Worm Syrup neyer (alia U) remove
til kind of Wortna, Meat, pin and atouiach worms
are readily reinovnl by Kunkle'a worm Hyntp. lr.
Kunkle la the only ancreaeflil phvalrlan that ran re
move tape worm In from two to four hoitm. lie liaa
no fee until head and all paaaea alive and In (hit
pace of limn. Common urine leached If tape worm
ran he removed all other worms can he readily re
moved. Aik your ilruifKlut for a bottle of Kiinkel'l
Worm Syr ii u, l'rlce 1 er Itottle. It never fklle
or tend lo the doctor for circular. No, DM North
NlnUi street, Hhlladelplils, l't. Advice free.
MKMl'AI..
IJKNSON'S
Capcine Porous Plaster!
Vdrcnt Imprnvi'inenl
on Hie ordlnury pur
m plii.i. r.
VSimthlni!. hiiillnir,
iri'iiiftlii iiliix mid
puln klllliiKuKeiil in one.
Tlio mimiifortiirern recelvi il ihe tilhcf t and only
wnrd tlvvn to I'liroiin I'lnati rn at the Ceiili tinlnl.
Wn Mnrranl IIi ih-iih h I api'lne I'lurti r to lie eupe
riur to all other I'uruui I'luMere anil to all linlineiita.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Auk any plivrlrlAii If Kcimon'i Cnpclne I'uriiiw
l'lUr In mil the lict planer In the world. Tliie
reniarknlile article win inveiitcd to overcome the
(.'real olijertlun alwaye fun ml to Ihe ordinary porou
plafter uf alow action in lirlnu'liiK relief.
lamt; hack.
For lame ami weak back, rheimiallun, troiiblea of
the Milne ami kidney.. It le a truly wonderful reine
(tv. I'liyciciaiiw everywhere rei nt'iilne lt );ret mi
pi rlorlly to other piirnue plaitri and to all llnl
n.etitB. It relieve. pHin at mice ami cure, quicker
limn any known plaeter. liuiim ut or coinpoiiud.
P TTTTn"Y TIIEHEaredanperonasnrt
vilU 1 A , wnrllilem linitationa ol
H'Mimin'. Caiiciiin I'lu.ter In the market. The pen
ulne. have the word "( apclne" cut tliroiii:li each
plater. Sold by all druuKi.t.. l'rlce -a cent..
VARIETY STOKE.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth Hreet and I ('niwi Til
Commercial Ave., IdllUdJI.
C. O. PATIER ,t CO.
IKON WOKKS.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
Yulcax Iron AVorks
3 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILI
John T. Hennie,
HAVING enabliehed hiawnrkr at the above men
tinned place I. belter prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engine aud Mill Machinery .
HuvIiik a Steam Hammer and ample Tool., the
manufacture of all kind, of Machinery. Kailroad.
Steamboat aud Hriilfe Korptia made a .penalty.
E.peclal attention given to repair, uf Engine, aid
Machinery.
Bran Ca.tlnt'. of all kindi mad. to order.
Pipe Fitting in all lie brauche..
LEGAL.
JOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To wnosi it mat concern:
The underilirned. adrolol.tratorof the enlate of
of .lohn Sulllan. deceaecd. herebv cive. notice
that he will make a final report of Li. act. and
dulni-'. a. uch duiiui.trslor. to the Count. Court
of Aleiandcr Countv. at the Aui-uM term' therof.
A. I). 1S7S. to wit: On Mondnr. AugHiit llith, lKTS.
and will then and there atk fur a full aud final
.ettlenient of the account., and for a dl.charirr
from all fnrtl:er liability adniiLi.trstur of aald
e.ute.
G. W. SHORT.
, , , Admlnlvtrator,
Jaly lflth. 187.
OTICE.
State of Illlnnlf. County of Alexander. M. Ctrcnlt
tourt iiMMexander County, September Term,
Sarah Reed v.. Frederick Heed-Hill for Divorce.
Affidavit of Ihe non-re.idence of Frederick S
Iteed. defendant above lamed, having been filed In
the office of 11. Clerk of .aid Circuit Cnart of
Alexander County, notice I. herebv given to the
eald Frederick S. Heed that Niriih Heed, com
plalnaut. fllrd her bill of complaint in .aid Court
on the Chancery .Ide thereof.oti the Kith day of Julv
A. I)., 1STS, and that a .uiumoua thereupon
l.micd out of .aid Court unaiu.t ihe .aid
defendant, returnable on the lir.t Monday in
the month of Setilemher. A. I) 1HTS UN Ik hv Int. r.
quired. Now utile., you the .aid Frederick's. Keed
.hall per.odally be and anniar before .nlil rirenlt
Court of Alexander couuty. on the fir.t day of the
vrrm iiirreui. 10 ne iioiui d III me court hou.e, lu
.am county. on tne nr.t ,MonlavorSeitembernext
and nlead.an.w eror demur to trie anlil . nm,,Li ti.nl'.
bill of roinplaint. the .anie. and Ihe matter, and
thing, thereiu charged and Hated, will be taken a.
cnnfcMed. and a decree entered again.t you, accord-
u( mv pr.,rr ui eniu oill.
JNO. A. KFF.VE.
, (Merk of AN lander Circuit Court
Mulker I.eek. Sol., for Conip t
Dated thin lillh (lav of .Julv. A. T, JST8.
OTICE.
To Mr.. Kate Ohio. On..!e,T. Ohio. Elir.aheth (ihlo
mi .Mm ii uiiiu. auu io an otner. whom it may
I'.k. nnllr. Ihnt f u,... .1.,. .
i , . i . my mini npori a.
administrator of the e.tiile of Jnhu B. (ihlo.
,., " i ' ,,M "1'Pi.vio the County Court
"Vi-i m. iiiuniiii, ai me Aiigu.t term
thereof. 1S,S, for a dual di.i liarge and aettlrmvut of
hi rrnnnlM
, , , , TETEH SAI P.
Cairo, 111., July 12. 1HTK Administrator. Ac
PATENTS.
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3ATEXTS
Obtained for new Invention., or for Improvementa
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New otk tu ,u fpruca tit.,
MEDICAL.
I)R. PIERCE'S
STANDARD
REMEDIES
Arc not advertised as "cnre alls" but are specific! In
tli diseases fur w blch they ure rvcoinmeuded.
NATURAL SELECTION.
JS VKSTIOATORS of natural science have demon
strated beyond controversv that throughout the
unlmiil kingdom the "survival of the fittest" is thu
only law vouchsafing thrift und perpetuity. Doe. not
the snuie principle govern the commercial prosperity
of man? Au Inferior can not supersede apnrf
article. By reason of sup rlor merit Dr. j'lerce'a
standard Medicines havo outrivaled all others.
Their sale lu thu l nlted Slates alone exceeds one
million dollars per annum, while the amount ex
ported foots up t veral hundred thousand moru.
So business could grow to such gigantic propor
tions 'and rest upou any other basis than that o
merit.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
16 PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lie cure extendi over a period of 80 year.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lis sale constantly lucreaece.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Curea by Ita mild, soothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
cores cold in head and Cawrrh, or Oiocna.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
ltoiKPOHT. Mass., April 3, 1ST".
Mh. Emmie. Having read lu your paper the re
ports of tie remarkable cures of ralnrrfi. I am In.
duced to teli what i know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the "sunn"" and "Inhaling lube" mak.-rs-mero
dollar grabbers would be glad if they could embla
zon a similar cure in the papers, hor twenty yean
I have Buffered with catarrli. The nasal passage
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, ashes, in
haling tubes and sticks would uol work, though at
Intervals I w ould snuff up the sin ailed catarrh snu9
until I became a valuable tester for such medicines.
I gradually grew werse. ami no one ran know bow
much 1 suffered or what a miserable being was. My
head ached over my eyes so that I was confined to
my bed for many successive days, suffering the most
intense pain, which at one time lasted for te hours.
All sense of tasle and smell gone, sight and hearing
pine, nervous system shattered and constltutiou
broken, and I wua hawking and spitting .even
eighths of tne time. I praved for death to relievo
me of my sufferings. A favorable notice In yonr
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedv induced me to
purchase a package and use II with llr. Sage', nasnl
douche, which applies the remrilv by hydrostatic
pressure, the only way compatible with common
sense. Well, Mr. hdltor, It did not cure me in three
fourths of a second, nor In one hour or month, hut
in less than eight minutes I was relieved aud In
three months cured and have remained so for over
IB months. While using the Catarrh Hemcdy I used
Dr. I'lerce'. Uoldcn Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I also kepi my
liver active and bowels regular by the use of hla
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.
Voura truly, b. I). KKN N 1CK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named persona are among the
thousands who have been cured ot catarrh by the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy:
A K Downs. New (ieneva. I'a; I) J Brown St. Jo
seph, Mo; EC Lewis. Hutland Vt; Chas Norcrop.
North Chesterfield, Me; Milton Jones, Scriba, N V ;;
J E Miller, ilrldger Statiou. Wy; J C Merryman..
M M Post, Logansport, Ind; J W Halley, Tremont..
Pa: II H Avers, I.aporte, Ind.; Jesse M Sears. Kof
Brunch. Ind; L I Williams, (anion. Mo: W W'
Thayer. (Jnarga, III; S II Nichols, Jr. Oalvcston,
Tex; K Kelnert, SU.nevllle. Pa: S W I.usk, Mi-Far- .
land, Wis: Johnson Williams, llelnilck, O; Mrs M
A t'lrv Tn.t..n Tu,. n . .1 il .I...II.. U 11 .
! vun.. a.,,,,, v , worm,, .'.v ur, , .
A J Casper, Tal.'e Hock. W Va; Louie Anders,
(ray.port, O; C II Chase. Elkhart; Ind: Mrs Hen
ry Ilalghl. San Krei-lsco. Cal: MraEM (iallnsha,
I.awrencevllle. N Y: W J (.mlmm. Ailel. In- A ll-
Smith, Newman, (la: Cha. K Ulre, Halllmore, Md;
Jesse M Hears. Carlisle, Ind; Dan H Miller. Fort
Wayne, Ind: Mrs Minnie Antalse. '.".l Delancv-.t,
N ; II W Hall. Ilastluga. Mich; Win P Mars'toi,'
Lowell, M nsa: Mrs CJ Spiirton, Caniden. Ala; C If-"
Kaw. Krederlcktown. O: Mrs Lucy llunler. Karm
Ingtou, III; Cspt K.I Spauldlng, Camp Stambaugh,
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamboat llock, lo; Mrs I.vdia
Waltu, Shushan, N Y; J M Peck. Junction Oily,
Mont; Henry Hoc' llamas, Cal; L P Cummings,
Kuiiloul. Ill: SK Jones. Pnebeslmi, Four Corners,
N V; (ieo F Hall, Kbonlo. Cal; Win K llartrle.
Sterling Pa; II P Sam. Ws. I'enu-st, Plttshiirg.l'a; J
HJurknian. Misuel'. Depot, Ky; Henry Zoblst. (ien
eva. N Y; Ilattie Parrot. Montgomery, Ohio; L Led
work. Chatham, III; S B McCoy, Nash port, O; W W
Warner. North Jackson, Mich; Mary A Wltinn, Ha
rlem Wis; John Ziegler, Carllse Springs, I'a; Jae
Tompkins, Si Cloud. Minn; Hunch Duer. Pawnee
City, Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xenla, O; SB Nichols,
t.alvcsion, Tex; II L Laird. I'pper Alton. Ill; Johu
Davis Prescott, Arliona: Mrs Nancv (irahain, For
est (irove, Oregon ; J W Uoberls, Varlcooa. Arl
r.uua.
Golden Medical Discovery
le alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
la Pectoral.
Golden Medical Discovery
I a Cholagogtie, or Liver Stiinulaut.
Golden Medical Discovery
Ii tonic
Golden Medical Discovery
By ri'ason of Its alterative properties cures disease
of the blood and skin, as scrofula or king' evil; in.
mors; ulcers, or old sore.: blotches; plmplei
Mini .,rniitl...ia 11 w ul-..,,.. ... I.u b. , . - .
7; :' , " "i or ieciorai propertlea
Il curi-. bronchial, throat and lung affection, 'inclp.
ent consumption: lingering coughs and chronic
laryngl is. Its cholngogue qualities render It an uii
equiiled remedy for biliousness, lorpld liver, or "lly
er complaint; ' and Ita Ionic properties make It
equally efficacious In curing Indigestion, loss of an
W lllrt tllP aifllt U atull.aiu mA -.l.tTl t . .
lid iliiml, nr whurn thHrtt ure ncntful.ni- ullrc
ii "ut rii I'liuni curw. ii vu fft'f
tiiill. i n.wnr, dblllnu.(, hovo mIIow rolur'nf nklu.
.,r WltlllkUl Iklt.lk.u.H ....... - ...
... ,......,.-..,w pnn. on nice or niutv, rreiiucnt
headache or dl.lness. had tastv In mouth, Internal
hi-al or clilll. . .ii.i,m....i ui, ....... ..
: ., , , V " ""l """ne.. low .pirita
and gloomy forebodings, Irregular appetite and
. i'lTll" " ' yi"M ""fr"1"" to "lll "ver
. , , .V ""' ts in .iver complaint
only part of these symptoms are experienced. As a
remedy for all such cjisea, Dr. Pierce's (loldeti Medl-
m ..... .,,vuKiuuuvu sua ueauny,
The People's Medical Servant.
DR. R, V. TIERCE
Is tlm sole proprietor and manufacturer ol the fore
going remedies, all of which are sold by druggist..
He is ill so the author uf Ihe People's Common Hen so
Medical Adviser, a work of uearly one thousand
(ages, with two hundred and eighty. Iwo Wood en
graving, and colored plates. Hu ha. already lold of
this popular work
OVER 100,000 coriEs.
rrlae (postpaid) 11.60. Addreat
R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
Worli'i Ulipewarj, Bifale, New Tom.

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