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FEKT ABOVE THE HEA.
The follow inif testimonials arc from Messrs. .1
ii. Ptisworlh V Co.. Denver. ( ill., large and lull ti
cutlal druggists. They report utiprcccdcntly large
sales and universal sallsliu tlon. o other disease
In no alarmingly prevalent lu tliut region. They
speik of the following gcntleim-ii as among their
,!. 0. Dnsworth & Co., Denver. Col.: (iontlemen
Prompted liy a fellow feeling for those afflicted with
with Catarrh. I wish in add mv testimony In behalf
or HA roill) n KAHU AI.l I KE emi ( ATA 1(1(11.
I have, becu sorely afflicted with this fearful disease
for four years, anil have tried every known remedy
without avail, until bought a botllc of tin) above
i nr. ironi you, Which gnv nil) almost Instant re
lli'f. 11 being a constitutional an well an a local
rcmeay. I tiellcve it to be all tliut la claimed for It
a nauicul runt for Catarrh.
Very truly yours. WM. AMETIVE.
Denver, Sept. :w, Mb. wild Jensou, bliss & Co
Mr-Mr. J. I). Bo.worlh Co.. Denver:
(fKvn.Kitr.N : I take pleasure In recommending
BA.M.I'KDS KADHAL ( I KK J-dlt CATAKKJI
io nu wimi are amrti-ii wim tin (iis-ae. I wan
greatly afflicted will) It for a lime time and cured
It with two hotili- of tin- aove CI UK. About a
year afterward I wan again taken with Catarrh quite
evenly, and Imtiit-dlat, ly -nt for another bottle
wuicn nxcu me all right, giving mg relief Irom the
first dose. I am confident Ibat this remedy will do
til inai is claimed for II. ami more too. Wis ill
juu meet lu iia Introiliietlou. 1 am very truly
Denver, Oct. 4, lbT5.
Messrs. J. U. Bowrorth A Co.. Denver. Cnl.: (Jen-
lltmcn-l haveii.cd SA rOKD S KADH ALCl'KK
niKl'AlAKKII. and It ban irtven perfect salisfu.-.
tlon. I have tried almost everything, aud It in the
only Ibini! that ha vru mi relief J therefore
iae measure in recommending lt use to all af-
nicti-a w ith ( atarrh of any kind, and oiler tliiaa my
t.,,Hi tun. ut-iieui.
Vejy truly. W. 8. DECKER
Denver, Oct. 1, 1H75.
KEV-J. II. U (,(,S SAYS:
wneortnebest remedies for Catarrh, nar. the
ra-.i rcmcny we r,n. n.iuHl in a lifetime of sutler-
nig. I s A r OKI) S KAllil ' A L C I ' 1(K Ii 1. .....
unpleasant to lake through the rjostriis, and there
comes with ear ti bottle a mall irla tube for uu In
mnaiaiion ii clear me head and throat
thoroughly that, tuken each morning on rising,
there are no unpleasant secretions snduo disagree
slue liar king during the entire day. but an unpre-
.nu.-.ii.rMii'piii.iit ana respiratory ortran.
Ji';. J II. Wlintln. in Dorchealrr (Ma.) Ibaion
har h paeki;e rontainn Dr. Sauford Iniiirot.id
iDhailtiL' Tube, with full direction for ne In all
fa.-. I'ric l.iip. Knr aie by all wholesale and
retail druL-nim and dealer throughout the I'nltcd
piate ann i anuria. vtfcKKH I'm I KH. 'n neral
A,;ent auu wnole.ale drui.'jll. hoton, Mu.
rdr Local Pains, Lamciu ss, Scirenon.
cakneiH. uiulm('H ami Inflalkm of
tbe Lunirs, Liver, Kiilm-ys, Splocn.
Fiwcli!!, Madder, Hi-art. and Muscle
are eiual to an army of doctors and
acres of plants and shrubs. Kven in
Paralysis, Epilepsy or Fits, and Xervons
and Involuntary Muscular Action, thi
Plaster, liy rallying the Xervons Forces,
Las clrerti'd Cures when every other
kuwn reinnly has faili'd.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
Ask for Collins' Voltaic Plaster, am
insist on havinir if. Sold bv all Whole.
sale and Iietail ItrniriH-ts throuirhoiit
the United States and Canada. WEEKS
k I"0TTF.K, Proprietors. Itosron. Mass.
View of rarriaG!
t'"'f 4 "V A litilile to W.-.lliKk and
) Jl. V jj nnndentliil tr.ialiec on the
dull. of marriage and tbf
AND raue that until tor it: the
VAIMM VflV'erret of UepneJu. tlon and
u11Itl,i'the lileae of W.men. A
book for private, connderate readiu. MU pa(!l',
I'ricc lie cent.
A I'lilVATE MEDICAL ADVISER!
(in all disorder of a j.rhate nature ariiiiir from
elf abu.e, exrewu. or e ret dleae. with the bet
mean of cure. ktH lare i.ai;e. price !i) cent
A clinical lecture on the alinve dUeaer and llio
of the Ihroai. lnuj. catarrh, rupture, the opium
hal.lt. etc.. priix- 111 cent.
Klther lionk nwt palil on recelj.' of price: i
all three, wnuiuii 'Jtl pairen, beautifnlly llluetra
led, for TT cetil.
AddriM DK. DITTS. No. Ii S. Hh L, St. Loul
NEHVOFS DEBILITY, 5rlhy';;r,
tnen, low (it vliaiiir. premature weaknee. enerva
tlou of mind and lwi.v. disorder of the bruin and
nurvou vlem. and "mlerie resulting therelroin.
peedlly f ur.d by HATE' M'ECIKIC. 1'repund
by an einiueut phyMciau:'! a cae. i for g.V old bv
dni'i'i. For rirralar with full particular, ail-do-
Dll BATES, -itt State rtreet, Chlcaco. III.
A. i. (II-
hoepllal, 1ST Euet Wavhinirton treet. Chicairo, for
the cure of all private, chronic and eclal riieae.
hBMlNAL WEAKNEMi. VCIIVnl'i HEI1II.ITY and l.oT
akiiimhi. pertuaiieiitly cured. Dr. O. i a tiradunle
of the Keform School, arid ue no mercury; ha the
lri;et practice in tlie I'nltcd State. Lame re.
quiring trentmeiit. wltli homi' and hoard, call or
write. Kverv conreiiieuee for patlenta Send flftv
mil for MA'KKIAi.E Ol'IDK! U75 paite lllunrat
ed. Married ladieandFcnilcmcn end fifty cent
for niniple of rubber cwla and cln ularnf Import
ant Information hvetpr.'oa. ConultHtlon free and
confidential. Itellable Ketnale Till J.'i a box.
ft 1 1 A.SALAHY. Permanent alemcn want
A 1 ZA H r"' l" ell Staple (omhI to dealer. No
Vlt,uuiifil,lii,. txine paid. Addre
H. A. CHANT A CO., 8.4,6 Jt 8 Homo St., Cln
'.rtdOLII l'LATED VFATCIIES. Cheapet In
Oth world. Sample Watch Free to Airent. Ad
X CIII'ITCU K .O, fl.lnn..H 1llu
un:rf, v w ... r. ( u. viiono, hip.
fANI) MOUI'llIN E IIAIUT (IKEI)
I Tim llrlifliml and only nholule.
euro. Send tainti for nook on
Opium Entltiir, to W. 1), Squire, WorthliiKtou,
(irecue. Comity, Did.
DYEING AND RENOVATING.
CAS Bl BIADTIPUIXT
DYED Oil REPAIRED
At a TriltinK Eiponne-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
UT Ladle and Gents' old hats made new.
Fashionable Barber, '
Eighth Btrkkt, (in Rlser'i Building)
EMPLOYS only flrit-cla workmen, tod endeav
or! to accord to all courteoui treatment.
THE DAILY liULLETTX.
'( CNTINI KD KltOM KOCIITII I'AliK.
ulwi llri'd Into tliu residence of MrTMcrtz,
uml nnu of tlio ImllctH cut tliree (Intern
fmui thu Iiainl of Inn litiltMliiiiliti-r. Hu
brought them iirniiiul beru. not lidi u;,'o in
a litilo iilcoliol jar. He hiivh that lifter the
Unit volley lu; ran to the window ami threw
up his hamlH, lieiitef them not to nhoot
any more, hut they tired tliruo bIioih even
"What time waseonhiime.il, Mr. Rowrnan,
by nil this shootinyf"
"Fully un hour. There were over one
hundred hIioU fired."
"And you aro positive none were fired
from the market-house ut the metro.
"Not a shot. I tell you the assault was
without any notice or provocation whatever.
There had been shooting on the street, tint
that was nearly six hundred feet south of
the metropolitan station just the opposite
direction from the market-house."
"How do you account, theu, for the as
sault on the market-house '("
"I cannot account for it at all. exectitinff
that tin se are lawless men altogether tisi
free with their rifles. I telegraphed the
(fovirrnor that he ought to order them to lay
down their arms, as they were sh'stting
cvcrylmdy, indiscriminately. Now there
may lie some explanation for their conduct
in the fact it seems- it seems, I say, as
though Mr. Hharman had some o-uiira'ntce
from them that they would back him in
laying that railroad track, and they may
feel somewhat thagriued ut the way the
thing turned out."
"What did you do when the shooting
"Well, I telegraphed the governor this
morning, when that mob came over the
bridge with their clubs and revolver, that
we had no arms with which to protect our
selves, although a mobwasaUmt touttempt
by force to lay a track on our streets, in
spite of the existence of a perpetual injunc
tion. The governor replied that he had di
rected the siierilT to come to my aistance,
and the sheriff did come. Rut he did not
come near my office until after he had hob.
uobk-d for no or three hours with theothir
side. Then he came and said that he saw
NO DISTl ltBANCK
no occasion for his interference, and after
telegraphing the governor to the same effect,
he went back to Relleville, having taken no
step t prevent trouble, which might break
out at any moment. When this outrageous
shooting affair occurred. I telegraphed the
sheriff to c.nm down with the Belleville
guards.and Iexpettthem down at ten o'clock
Hon. Luke Hitc corroborated Mayor
Bow.nan'g statement as to the circumstances
attending the assault on the mark-house.
He said that at the time he saw a rifle
thrust out of the engine-house window ami
pointed at the market-house, not a shot bail
U'en tired, save those which were being
tired down at Joyce's corner. The man
who glinted ihe musket was Pat Lawless:
and when he fHitel called out: "Don't
shoot, you "'he withdrew the mus
ket. Mr. Hite regarded the whole affair
as barlmrous U'vond precedent.
Several other gentlemen of the liowman
faction told the same general story, but
there were, as is alwavs the case in affairs
of great excitement, the wildest of disagree
ments in some ot the details. There were
a few who acknowledged that fifteen or
twenty thots were fired from the market
house, hut the majority insisted that the
shooting was all one wav.
IMPORTANT TESTIMONY AT NEW
New Oki.eaxs, July 22. The testimony
before the suli-comniittee to-day was impor
tant arid interestin''. Several nruminent
Hcmocrats of West Feliciana described the
conduct durinu' the campaign, giving their
arguments used to attract the negro vote.
Th esc were chiefly Republican extravagance,
prodigality and especially mismanagement
of the school funds and improper conduct
of the schools.
w. R. (J. Wickliffe testified that he had
spoken often and promised the colored peo
ple, if Democrats violate pledges to act
with them to force fulfillment; saw no vi.
lence and heard Maj. Itasconib. United
States army, k I). A.' Weber, the evenin-r
of election day how the election was-mim':
.1 ii ...... . . . . e 's
ii an was quiet; weisr replica that the
Utmost quiet prevailed.
Maj. H. Can I 1' of any assistance?
Weber None in the world, evervthinrr
is quiet, fair and peaceable ; several colored
mea tol. I me they had not made statements
contained in the custom house affidavits;
the colored members of the the Demo
cratic clubs met constantly, marched
processions, attended barbecues, etc.
Col. J. S. Powell testified in the same
hue and said that arguments on school
questions and general necessity and
acKnowiedgcii identity ot their interests
with whites, and so as to live amicably
with the whites, etc.; these were attended
V large accessions of Colored men to the
Democratic party, breaking the color line
in politics; I don't think there was a man.
either white, black, Republican or Demo
crat, restrained from voting through illegiti
mate influences or lear; know J). A. Weber,
supervisor ot registeration; came to New
Orleans and met Weber about the Kith of
ovcniler; ho said he had riled returns
without protest; had no other conversation;
public opinion of the whites was that they
were justified in asking the resignation as
police Jurors of such men as John 0. Dula,
parish judge; there was an organization for
the purpose of preventing the stealing of
seed cotton; (to Mr. Blackburn) the resig
nations were demanded not to get in Demo
crats but competent men; there were regu
lators to suppress stealing cot'on and like
matters; carpet-bag teachings caused
difficulties which would not have occurred
but for that influence.
Capt. W. W. Leake said the campaiun of
ioiu w n me. ursi in wnicn lie had ever
taken an active part; in his parish, West
teliciann, it was considered a matter of
life anil death ; spoke often, chiefly on the
schiKil question; knew of no one coerced;
reminded the colored people that when sick
they went to the Democrats for medical at
tendance; in trouble they called on Demo
cratic lawyers: went to Democrats for "in
ploymcnt and for aid in distress, and gave
Republican allies the go by ; urged that
the men trusted in all things else should lie
trusted in politics. On November 8, 187(1
D. A. Weber told witness that the election
was fair and peaceable and that the Demo,
crats won. Weber, on his return from New
Orleans, said effort had been made to in
CAIRO BULLKTIX; THLRSPAY MOUXIXG, JULY a:, 1878.
duce him to make protest; went to Niw
Orleans attain and said he had filed protest;
said he was forced to.
K. Iv. ltiiss and James P. McArdu testi
fied nlso as to the manner of preparing cus
tom House ntiidavits; said he wrote ony
what witnesses stated; admitted evidence
strictly ex parte; ami endeavored to makelt
as strong as passible; the ltcpuhlii'iiii si.e
would not have Tin anything dctrlmcntd
to Republicans or of advantage to the Demo
(iov. Cox stated that Mrs. D. A. Webr
and J. H.Uamlroii, of Donaldsville, refusal
easy subpumas served by mail and askel
new ones be issued and served in person ; si
Secretary of State W. A. Strong wa
shown u letter i lentified as the writing of
Thomas S. Kelly, He said he never sav
him write but has seen the writing in oflieiij
records and had no doubt but that it was
his, The letter is as follows:
James Kelly went to Lake Providence U
see Thomas S. Kellv and see if he wouU
First heard of Kelly and his movement
from Duncan J. Kcnncr.
Correspondence by mail and telegraph as
follows was identified by witness and suls
muted in evidence:
Lakk Ph m pence. La.,
June f, 178. (
To Hon. Clark-son N. potter. Valilii(.'tnn, I). C:
Dkak Snt: I am familiar with all the
facts pertaining to the forgery of the cer
tificates of the Louisiana electors. Oscar
Oeoffrion, another elector's name, was
forged, as well as Lew is', and if I can see
certificates of electors. I will show forged
ones. I have marks on them that will
prove it beyond any doubt, and w ill show
you nun that forged them. I wrote tn
Hon. Montgomery Blair from Cincinnati,
last winter, in reference to the above. He
never replied to my letter. You nmy ptiin
ington or New Orleans, if you desire. The
lakes are slow, and as I may not get an
answer, if written for eight or ten days,
you may telegraph to Lake Providence, via
Vicksbnrg and Ben Lomond, Mississippi.
If this letter is answered as soon as received
I will get a reply on Sunday, June 10. My
dear sir, I hope you will not publish this
or make knownmy name before I am
summoned, or I may not be able to appear,
because there are persons between here und
Washington who would not hesitate to
I am. sir, very respectfully,
Signed) Tiios. S. Kei.lt.
P. S. There is employed in the sergeant-at-arms'
department of the senate a young
colored man named Jas. D. Kennedy, and
another I believe in the house of represen
tatives, also colored, named Alexander
Henderson, lioth from New Orleans. Just
ask either of them who I am and they will
Siuned T. T. K.
Indorsed on the contents of this letter is:
Private and confidential I will do all that
I say therein on these conditions: That
you do not expose them lieforc I am sum
moned, and if I am not needed you will
return this letter to me.
Signed T. T. K.
New Oki.eaxs, June 27.
To Jamea I, Hufflii-Cincinnati:
Two colored men left Lake Providence,
mon me la-fore your committee at Wash
La., on the Mary Houston last trip; she lift
this city the 20th of June. One of t!ie
men is light built, straight hair, genteel
looking, named Kennedy. The other,
named Kelly, is tall, bushy headed, has a
mull mustacheand goatee, a musician, play
ing cornet in a brass banL It is important
that these two men lie quietly shadowed
and their residence known so that they can
be certainly found when wanted. Strictly
confidential. Particulars by mail.
Signed T. N. Boyleac,
Chief of Police.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Julv 2, 187.
ToThoc N. Ilnili au. Chief uf I'ellce.'.N'cw Orlcnnp:
The parties passed through here for the
cast. S-nt particulars by mail.
Signed Jas. L. Rcfkix.
Cincinnati, Ohio, July 1, ls7si.
To Thou. N. Bm-lciiu:
Dkar Snt: Yours of June 28, to hand
to-day and contents noted; in reply, say
your party arrived by bout Saturday, June
29. 12 m.: they stayed on lxiard" until 5
o'clock in the morning; then they weut up
town, lsiuirht straw hats and shoes, then
they went to a railroad ticket office and
Kennedy Isnight a ticket for Kelly to Wash
ington, D. C. ; from there they went to a
restaurant for breakfast, from" there back
to the Isiat and pit a carriage.
Kennedy has a trunk marked "J.
D. K.-' Kelly has nothing but a
satchel. We followed in another carriage
until we saw them take the 8:40 train for
Washington City. Times are very dull
here. Remember me to all the bovs.
Signed Jas. L. IUkein, per J. L.
New Oki.eanh.JuIv 2. 1878.
ToJamei L. Kurtln, lietectlve, clnrlifuutl:
Have you kept track of parties? Let me
know the route taken and to what point.
Signed T. A. Bovi.eai-,
Chief ot Police.
Cincinnati, 0., July 5, 1878.
To Tho. M. Hnyleau, Chief of Police, NcwOrleani:
Parties left by Pan Handle & Pennsyl
vania railroad for Washington City.
Signed JA8. l. HrrKIXi
E. F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IKON.
The preat stiftess and delight of the people. In
fact, nothing like It has ever been uflered tin
Amerlcitu peutile which lius u quickly found tin war
Into their iroiiil favor anil hearty approval at K. r
Kunkle a Tllttor Wine of Iron. It iloee all it pro
pone, and Ihua Rlvoa universal satisfaction. It l
(Itiarniiteetl to cure the wnrM cases of (Imiepsla or
linlltfenlon. klilnev or liver discuses, weakneM,
ncrvousm-M, constipation, acidity of the stomach,
c. lint the cenulne. duly sold In 11.00 boltlen.
l)eoot and office, AMI North Ninth Ntrcet, Philadel
phia. Ask for Kunkle't and take booiIkt. bold S
Pysyepsia! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
K. F. Knnkcl'i Bitter Wine of Iron la a mire enre
for tali dlaease. It haa been preacrlbed dally for
many yeara In the praclics of eminent phynlclain
with utipariillcled aurcesii. 8ympttnia are lues
appetite, wind and rising of rood, drvnesa In mouth,
headache, dlz.lneae. uleeplesetieea and low sulrltn.
(jet the tfemilne. Not aold In hulk, onlv la 1 hot
i IT.' u! . hy." 1 '"UK1'"- Ask for K. V. Kunkle'i
1 liter VUiietir Iron, and take no nther. $ I per hot
tie. or til for six lioltlea. All I ask U a t'laf of Ihia
valuable mcdli'lno. A trial will conviiico you at
WORMS I WORMS! WORMS I
ii ii i SHlr' Worm "P W to remove
ail kinds (lr Worms. Seat, pin and atoitiach worm!
are readily removed by Ktiukle'a worm Myrup. lr.
Kunkle la tbe only aurveaahil physician that can re
move tape worm In from two to four hour, lie haa
no fee until head and all paaeea alive and In thii
apace of time. Common tenne tearhea If tape worm
can be removed all other worma en he readily re
moved. Aak your dniMlat for a bottle of Kunkel'a
Worm Hvmtl. Price al dp K.,111. I. ....... A.H.
or aend to the doctor for circular. No. ma n.,.iS
Math .treat, i'uiladelphla, fa. Advice free.
Capciiie Porous Plaster!
ft rent Improveineiit
on the tirdiuury pur
mlti kllllii;ai;eal lu ouu.
Hie mnnufiicliirers received the blirhe.t and only
award slven to I'orous l'lnter at the Centennial.
We wiirrunl lleiinon's Cupclne Master to tie iim
rlor to all otbur I'uruua IMustersuudtoall lluimeuta.
ASK THOSE AVIIO KNOW
Ask any physician If nen.on'a Caprine Porous
riuslvr Is Hot the best plaster III thu world. Tills
retnarkabli! article was Invented to overcome the
irreat obl.ntlrm alwiiya found to the ordinary poroua
pia.ur of alow actiou in hrlnglnif relief.
For lame and weak back, rheumatism, troubles of
the spine anil kidney.. It Is a truly wonderful reme
dy. Physicians everywhere rccocnuu It. great su
periority to other porous plaster mid to all lini
ments. It relieves puln in omc and cures quicker
than uny known plaster, llnlmeut or compound.
P TTTTfeV THEME arc dansreroiisnnd
VUY U A IWil . worthies imitations of
Henson s Cuin lne Plaster In the market. The (Ten
nine have the word -Capclue'' cut iliroiiu'h each
plaster. Sold hy nil drut'i-lsts. J'rlce s cents.
2sTEW YOIJK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TUN CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEIIY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street arid !
Commercial Ave., f
C. O. PATIEll CO.
FOUNDRY. MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STKAM FORGE.
YULCAX IlIOX "WoiiKS
93 OHIO LEVLE, CAIRO, II.IS.
John T. rjeimie,
nAVIN'fi established his works at the above men
tinned place Is betirr prepared than ever for
manufacturing steam Engines and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, the
man u fiic til re of all kinds of Muclinerv. Railroad.
Steamboat and Bridge Korginga made a' specialty.
Especial attention given to repairs of Engine, aad
Brass Castings of all klnili made to order.
Pipe Fitting lu all its branches.
State of Illinois, Alexander rnnntv ss: In theClr.
cult Court of said County. April' Term. A. D..l!7S.
Elnora Howard vs. Peter Howard, ss: Divorce.
Whereupon the complainant has died her affida
vit that defendant Is a non-resident in this state.
Notice is hereby glwa to said defendant that said
complainant has filed her bill for lllvorce
to the September term. A D- ItCii.
of said court, returnable on the first Monday thereof
white and when said defendent may appear mid
defend in said cause, otherwise the mailers and
things therein charged and set forth will lie taken
aecouiceacu. JOH.N A. KEEVE.
t. . . .. . Circuit Clerk
uarmon ii. wacK. solicitor for Complainant.
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To WHOM IT MAT CONi EItN:
Theundereigm-d. administrator of the estate of
,.i omul puunau. aeceaserl. nsretiv gives notice
that lie will make a final report of (lis acts and
uoiugsas sucn nriiinnisiniior, to the ( iiuntv Court
of Aleinnder County, at the August term therof.
A.M. HCK, to wit: (Hi .Monday. August luih. lxTH.
and will then and there ask for a full and final
settlement of the accounts, and for a discharge
from all further liability at administrator of laid
ii. W. SHORT.
... .... Administrator,
Mate or Illinois, ( ounty of Alexander, ss, Circuit
A I) lti" i-ouuty, September Term
Sarah Keed ve. Frederick Iteed-Illll for Divorce
Aftldnvlt of the noti-resldenre of Frederick S
Heed, defendant above nnied. having been filed in
ii e omce ot tlie l Isrli of said Circuit Court of
.-v.. isiiiiiT v on iiiy, nonce is ucreny given to the
r.iu tn urnu iero mai rnrnn Keeii, com
plalliuut, filed her hill of rnniiilalni In .nl.l ( n.i
'." 1 'l"J"'n-.v "1p Ihereof.on tlie liith davof July
A. 1).. ls.N, aiid thut a summons tliereunon
issuen out or .aid Court against the said
defendant, returnable on the first Mondnv In
inr III .IIIU III .-v'picnuicr, A. Ii, IKTS as Is bv law re
quired. Now tinleeeyuu the said Krederlck'S. Heed
shall personally be and appear before enld Circuit
lotirt oi Alexander county, on the first day of the
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lt cure cxtenda over a period or 90 years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its sale constantly increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by Ite mild, soothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Carea cold In bead and Catarrh, or Ozoeua.
Au Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
Rrx'KPoiiT, Mass., April S. 1877.
Mb. Editor: liming read In your paper the re
ports of the remarkable cures of catarrh. 1 am In
duced to tell what i know about catarrh, and 1 ran
cy the "snuff" and "inhaling ttihe" makers mere
dollar grabbers would be glad lr thev could embla
zon a similar cure in the papers. For twentv yeara
I have Buffered with catarrh. The nasal passages
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, ashes. In
haling tubes and sticks would not work, though at
Intervale I would snuff up the so-called catarrh sunt!
until I became a valuable tester for such medicines.
I gradually grew wsrsc, and no one can know now
much I suffered or what a miserable being was. My
head ached over my eyes so that 1 wan confined to
my bed for manv successive days, suffering the most
intense pain, which at one time lasted for Ulrj hours.
All sense of taste and smell gone, sight and hearing
gone, nervous system shattered and constitution1
broken, and I wae hawking and spitting seven
eighths of tne time. I prayed for death lo relievo
me of my sufferings. A favorable nailce In your
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kcnicdy Induced nie to
purchase a package and use It with Dr. Sage's nasal
douche, w hich applies the remedy by hydrostatic
pressure, the onlv way compatible with conmou
sense. Well, Mr. Editor. It did not cure me In taree
fourths of a second, nor In one hour or month, hut
in less than eight minutes 1 was relieved and ha
three months cures! and have remained so for over
lfi mouths. While using the Catarrh Kemedy I nscd
Dr. Pierce's (iolden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I also kept my
liver active auu bowels regular by the use of his
lieurant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
induce other sufferers to seek the same means of Te
ller, thie letter will have answered Its purpose.
Youra truly, B. 1). KEN NICK-
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named persons are among tha
thousands who have been cured of catarrh by the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Hemcdv:
A F Downs. New lieneva, Pa; I) J Brown St. t
ecph, Mo; E C Lewis, Rutland Vt; Chaa Norrp,,
North Chesterfield. Me: Milton Jones. Scrlba..S Y;.
J E Miller, Hrldger Station., Wr; J C MesKvman,,
M M Post, Logansport, Ind; J W Bailoy, Usemont...
Pa; 11 B Ayere, Laporte. Ind; Jesse M. Sears, Fort .
Branch, Ind; L L Williams, Canton, Me; W W'
Thayer. Onarga, 111; 8 b Nichols. Jr. fcalveeton,..
lex; F Keinerl, Stonevllle. Pa: 8 W Lnsk, McFar
land. Wis: Johnson Williams, llelmlck. O; rs M
A Curry. Trentou, Tcnn; J U Josllu, Kcene.
A J ( asper. Tab'e Hock. W Va: Louis Anders",
(.ruvsport. O; C II Chase. Elkhart: Ind; Mrs Hen
ry llaight. San Frai.isco, Cal; Mrs E M (iallusha,
Lawrencevllle. N Y; W J Oraham. Adel, lo: A (J
Smith. Newman, lia; ( has K Wee. Baltimore, Md;
Jesse M Sears, Carlisle. Ind: Dan B Miller, Fort
i'l!'n,!v .V.1(,i M Minnie Amalse, o Delancy-eti.
N Hall, Hastings. Mich; Wm V MatsiiinT
Lowell. Mass; Mrs C J Spurton, Camden, Ala.;X' P'
knw. rredcrlcktowu. O: Mrs Lucv llununt Farm
Ington, III i Capt fc .1 Spauldlng, Camp Stnmbnugh..
NJ.y : I W Trncy, Steamboat Hock, l,r Mrs Lydla.
M aite, Shushan. N Y; J M Pcyk. Junction rltv.
Mom; Henry line' Bnntaa. Cal; L P CunimlngH. .
Banjoul, 111; 8 K Jones. Pnebcston. Four Corners, .
v V "J!"11, Kbnlo. Cal; Wm E Bartrle, .
sterling Pa; II P Sam. Wb Penn st. Plttsburg.Pa; J
H J ne W mil ii. Mlsuel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zoblst, lien
eva. N 1 ; Huttie Parrot. Moiitgomerv. Ohio; L Led
work. Chatham, III: H B McCoy, Nashuorit. O; V W"
Warner. North Jackson, Mich; Mnrv A. WUiiiu, Da--rien.
Wis; John Zlegler. Carllsc Spraiii,. Pa; ,la
lompklns, St Cloud, Minn; Enoch bora,. Pawnea
(itv, Neb; Joseph T Miller. Xenia. (: 8 B Niuhols,.
(.ttlvestoii. lex; II L Laird. Cpper Alton, lilt John,
i unuii, jingniia; ji rs .Mincv l. raJluni, f or
est Orovo, Oregon; J W Huberts, Martcwca, Ajri
Golden Medical Discovery
Is alterative, or blood-clcanslng.
Golden Medical Discoveuy
Golden Medical Discovert
Is a Cholagogne, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden, Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason or Its alterative properties enres dlseasca
or the blood aud akin, as scrofula or king's evil ; tu-
mors; uicers, or old sores: blotches; pimples
and eruptions. By virtue or Its pectoral properties
I cures bronchial, throat and luug affections; luclp.
eui ,1,1. i imirerliiK coughs and chronlo
laryngitis. Its cholagogue qiialllle. render it an un
equaled remedy for hlllousuess, torpid liver, or "llv
us .... mill. lot .O ..1 ... I- . ' ..
u ,im ionic proienie make it
equally eftleaclona In curing ludlgeatlun, loss or aa
jfiille and dyspepsia.
W hore the akin Is sallow and covered with .ilntrhea
and pimples, or where there are scrofulous uftec
Hons and awe lings, a few bottles of Uoldeu Medical
Discovery will effect au entire euro. If you reel
.lull llnii... .I.KI 1 1 . .. . , , - . .
"Ml,"""7i "cniinnieu, nave sanow color or skill,
oryellowisli brownspolson ruceor bodv, frequent
llMmliieh. ... .Il..ln..u. l..t -. . .
", ".'e, iiwi ibpio iu mouin, internal
heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
ami (flj,i.tw r.....l....o..... , . ... 1
...... ....v,.,.,.,i,Ks, irn-ginar appetite anil
tongue coaled, you are suffering from torpid liver
"-iu. lou.""7"' lu "'any cases ol .Iver complaint
only part of these symptoms are experienced. As a
remedy for all such cases, Dr. Pierre's Uolden Medl-
rul I)i.iiu..u l,.u hi. t . .
j. ,1 "wiia,i.s iieum'ts pertect cures,
leaving the liver strengthened and healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DIL R. V. PIERCE
Is the sole proprietor and mannfaeturerot the fore
going remedies, all of which are sold hy druggists.
11 '" thl' author or the People's Common Senas
Medical Adviser, a work or uearlr one thousand
pages, with two hundred aud elghty two wood o-
S ravings and colored plates. He has already sold
lis popular work
OVER 100,000 coriES.
Price (postpaid) .!.. Addrtsa
R. V. PIERCE, M. D., .
Wsrld'i Dlipsesary, BifaJa, Haw Tot
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