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; Fur. CATARRH
ri.irt) FEET ABOVE THE SEA.
The following testimonials lire from Messrs. .!.
(I llosworlh x Co.. Denver. Col., large mi) influ
cutlal druggist. They report nnprcccdcntly large
sale and universal satisfaction. No other disease
Is BlBrrnlutjIy prevalent In lliut region. They
speak of the following gentlemen a auioug their
J. O. Dnsworlh A Co., llenver. Col.: (tenllemcn
Prompted by a fellow-feeling for those afflicted with
with Catarrh. I wish to add my tcatlmonv in behalf
of SAM-OKI) 8 KAIHCAL CCKK rH CATAKHII.
I have h;i-n sorely afflicted with ibis fearful disease,
know n remedy
inr miir yt-iirc, and have tried every known remedy
without avail, uutll I booght aboil I of the above
THE from you, which irave mc almost Instant re-
m i. u Deing a constitutional aa well an a local
remedy. I believe II to lie all that la claimed for It,
Judical Cure fur Catarrh.
Very trulv yours, WM. AMP.TIVE,
Denver, Kent. i'i, It'.'o. with Jcuson, Bliss & Ce.
Mir. J. (i. Bosworth & Co.. Denver:
(evTi.r.HKN.- I take pleasure In recommending
SANKOKK8 KAIHCAL (THE KOK CATAKHII
to ail who art; affined with thin disease. 1 wa
frreatlv efBlcted with It (or a long time, and cured
l with two bellies of the above 1 I UK About a
year afterward 1 war again taken with Catarrh quite
severely, and Immediately sent for another bottle
which Bxed tne all rlnht. divine me relief from the
Bret di.ee 1 am confident thai thin remedy will do
all that la claimed for It. and more too. wishing
you success Id It Introdurtlon. I am very truly
yours. A.W. SMITH.o! Bniitb Doll.
Denver, Oct. 4, 1675.
Messrs. J. O. Bosworth Co.. Iienver. Col : On-Hi-men-1
have used SANKOHIl S KAIiK ALCl HE
Folt CATAKHII, and II hae irlteu perfect astlsfac
tion. 1 have tried almo.1 rvenrthlnir. and It la the
only thing that baa irlven me relief. I then-fore
take pleasure in recommending lt nee to all af
flicted with Caiarrh of any kind, and offi rtblsai m
tcsilmory lo lu benefit.
Vejy trulv. W. tj. DECKER.
Denver, Oct. I, iky
REV-J. II. WK.I.1S SAYS:
tine of the beet remedies for Cktarrh, nse. the
est remedy we have found In a lifetime of 'sufb-r-lug.
is SANPOHD s KADK'AL Ct'HK It Is not
ui.pii-aeant to take through the nostrils, and there
comes with c b bottle a email glass lulie for uee in
inhalation It eier the head and throat so
thoroughly that, tuken each morning on rising,
there are no unpleasant secretion amino disagree
able haiklng during the entire day, but an unpre
rrniid clearness of voice and respiratory organs
Key. J. U. Wiggln. In liorcfaeeter (Maes ) lb-aeon.
Earn package rontaln Dr. Sanford lmprn.l
Inhaling Tube, with full direction for tie In all
iaeea. l'rlielNi. Kor eale hy all wholesale aud
n iai) druggists and dealer throughout the Inlted
Male. and t anailas. WEEKS A POTTER, tieueral
Ai' r.ta and wholesale druggist. Hoeton, Mas.
For Lttcal Paiim, Lament".. Soreness.
Weakness, .Nuiuliues., ami Inflation of
the Luiijr, Liver, Kidneys, Spleen,
liuwels, Madder, Heart, ami 3(nM-k".
are etjual to an army of tliK-tors and
arrfs of plants and ihrnbs. Even in
Paralysis. Epilepsy or Fits, and Ncrvou
and Involuntary Muscular Action, this
J'la-tt r, by rallying the Nervous Fort-es.
has effected (ureo when every other
known remedy has failed,
MICE I'o CENTS.
Ak for Collins' Voltaic Master, and
insit n liavin"; it. Sold by all Whole
tale and Retail Drncirists tlimnshout
thtil'nited States and Caiiadiis. AVKEKS
A IHTTEK, Proprietors. P.oston. Mass.
View of rnrrine!
'1lrV1"f "V A t.ul.le to Wedl.k ar.d
3liVi.Ml,''ll'l,l',l treatiee on tbe
dune of mamiu'e and tbe
AN I) eaue'e ibat unfit for it: tne
M A IMM AriV""' "f Keprodiicthm and
ill.Utltl.Vtil,,!,,.!,,,,, Wonieu. A
book for private, coneiderate reading. WW paet.
l'rice ai tenia
A I'KIVATE MEDICAL ADVIsFK!
On all diaurdera of a tiriaie nature arialn from
eif aim."-, eicea.ea. or aecret dieeaeea. with the beat
tneana of cure. lan'e nafea. prii e toi cenip
A cliniral leetureon the alovr dleeaee and tlmee
of the throat, lun;. catarrh, rupture, the opium
liai'll, otc.. price hi ceuie.
Kiiner lunik pent bo.t-i aid on receipt of nrlce: ot
ail thrii-. roMalning .'41 I'u'ca. beauufuliy tlluetra-
. tor .Seenia
AddreeaDH. IJVTTS. No. 12 S. Mb aU, M. Iaiu'.p
illilH l'l ' 1'llllllJll t 14 y II U D l
Jiien, loap ot vitality, pretnaturo weikneee. enerva
tion of mind and body, dieorder of the brain and
liervoue avatem. and mlaerlea reeiilttnz therefrom.
epiM-dlly cured by HATES' SI'Kl IKI . I'n-pared
by an eniitient phrali ian : $1 a caae, i! lor t-'r, aold bv
tlriiawiet. r'"r circular wilh full parluulara. kil-dn-ep
l)H. BATES. !M Stale alreet. Chlcnca. III.
NO CI'IIE NO FEE ! !PA,,",.V1;
liuepllal. 1ST Eaet Waaliln).ton alreet. cllrai'o. for
the cura of all irlvaie. i hronie and ejiwtaj ilieeaaea.
SimiL wtkSKaa. NKiivura nr.RII.ITY and l.oaT
amiiimiii. permanently cured. Dr. . la afrailunle
ot the Heforui School, and neep no men-urv: haa Ibe
larir pracllce In the I'nited Staiea. ljiiiirre
quirinj: ireatment. with home and board, cull or
write, ilverv convenience for patient. t"nd fift v
ceuie for MA Kill AI.K (il'IhE! TS pnt-ea illunrnt
rd. Married ladiea and uenilemen aeiid flftv rcnlp
for ample of rubber eomla and rlreularof trmrt
mil inforinatloii bv expri-pa. Coiiaultatlon free aud
lobfidi-mlal . Helluble Female I'll If a hui.
ft klA.SALAKV. rermanent palcemen want
A I I rl f"1 Staple (iuoda to dealere. No
"'peildlliiif. Einoiiaep imid. Addre.p
8. A. CRANT it CO., 8, 4,4 it 8 Ilome St., Clu
(UiOin PLATED WATCHEft. Cheapeat In
allhe world. Snmiile Watch Kree to Agent. Ad-
iln-ea. A. Cttl I.TEK A CO., Clilcano, Ilia.
r AND MOIU'll INK HABIT (U'KKD
The Original and only abaoluln
cure. Send atainn for book on
iliiin Eating, to W. H. fijulre, Worthlngloii,
ircene, County, Did.
DYEING AND KEXOVATINfi.
Y"t'Ii OLD CLOTHES
rial B( BEAtnrt Li.T
DYED OH liEPAIKED
At a TrllllitB Eipfne-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t3T Litdlea and (ienta' old hat made new.
EiouTn 8tkeet, (in Riser' Building)
EMPLOYS only InMui workmen, and eudear
urt to accord to all courteous treatment.
THE DAILY 1JULLETIX.
kVBIIT MOUNINU (MONDAY KXCKITrill.
Olllce: llulletlu liuUillnir, WHaMm'tun Avenue
llally (delivered hy carrier Mier Week ,f 25
Ity mull iln ailvaiiro) ouu yuur 10 (m
hlx moulhp , 501
Three month. u nt
Onu month at
Bv mall (In advance) oue year $ 3 U)
hx monlh 1 im
Three month iyj
To cluhi of ten anil over (per copy) J no
ro.niKc In all care jirepald.
Flral Itiaerllon. per aquare f 1 ()
Huhaeqiieul luaertloii. per auaar VI
ror oue week, per u,iire 8 (m
For two week, per mjuure 4 ,vi
Kor three week n on
Kor nue month 7 urt
Each additional uare 4 u)
Flrt Inaertlon, per fquara t J (m
Hubeiiient llierllon , 511
KlKht line of eolld nonpareil conelltnle a iMiiare,
illaplayed advertiaemenl will be chanted accord
ing to the apace occupied, at above rate (here be
ing twelve fine of aolld tvpe lo the Inch.
To regular advertisers we offer aiiperlor Induce
ment, both aa lo rate of charge and manner of
displaying their favor.
Local notice twenty cent per line for Drat Inaer
lon: ten tenia per Hue for each lubaeuuent Inaer
tlon. Communication npon subjects of reneral Interest
to the public are at all time acceptable, Kelecied
manuscript will not be returned.
Letter and communication should b addressed
"Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, Illinois."
JNO. II. OBEKLY, General Manacer.
Caibo, Im.inoi. )
Thurfr.liiy Eveninjf.July 25, 1878. (
Tlie flour trmlc ha put on a much bettr
face. Tlie mills all over thin aortion of the
country hare resumed grimlint,', and al
though the oft repeated complaint that
choice grades arc very warce, is still in or
der, there will, no doulet, in a very nhort
time lie a full stock of all "qualities. The
demand is o;ood for all kinds, at prices
quoted. Transactions in corn and oats,
though fair, were not what they would have
IxTnhitd the supply been atimYientto satis
fy the demand. ' White corn is still source
and in good request at an advance of one
cent over last Monday's quotations, mixed
is also in good demand at quotations.
There has been and is still w hat merchants
consider t spasmdic demand for oats,
which will pasii away very soon, when a
decline in price will undoubtedly come.
Meal continues in active demand. The
supply is light, and dealers hold stubbornly
to fi 25 for City, and f2 15 for country
stock. Bran is in good supply and dull at
fin. Choice butter is scarce and in good
demand at advanced figures. There is none
in the market. The market has been en
tirely cleared up of eggs, and fresh are in
demand at 6 Sc. Choice young poultry is
inactive request at fl 50(&1 75. Old hens
and mixed chickens are quiet at $3 000
2 25. Choice peaches and apples are in
go 1 demand. The quotations given In-low
are for medium.
-fOur friends should bear in mind that
the prices here given areonly for sales from
firM hands in round lots. Infilling orders
and for broken lots it is necessary to charge
an advance upon these fibres.
FI.Ol'R.-Tliis market is fairly active.
Ki ccipts are mM liberal, but choice grades
are scarce. Low mid nteilium grades are
in good supply and fair request. Tlie prin
cipal demand is for choice. We note sales
:i(Hl bbls. Various grades. .
Iloo libls. " " . .
loo bills. " " "
.$2 .Viev.G (to
. H 5005 0(1
. 3 0iiet5 50
i!0 bids. Choice family. . .
HAY. Choice Tinmthy is scarce, and in
good demand at f 10 500 11 00. Gih1
mixed is in good supply and quiet. Sah s
reported are an follows: 1 car good niixol,
H 50; 1 car choice Timothy, $10 50 ;1 car
choice Timothy, $11 HO,
CORN. The market is bare of choice
white. The demand is urgent at 42
Mixed is in lair supply and fair demand.
We note the sule of 1 car white, in sacks,
40c; 1 car white, in bulk, 42c; 1 cur,
mixed, 39c; 2 car white, in bulk, 42c.
OATS. The demand is fair. Receipt
continue light. There is a very light suj
ply. We note sales of 2 cars mixed, in
sacks, i)0c; l car mixed, in bulk, 2iic; 1
car mixed, in bulk, 2(lc; 1 car new mixed,
in bulk, 2(Jc; 1 car mixed, in bulk, 30c.
MEAL. There is tin active demand for
both country and city stork nt quotations.
The supply is light. We note the following
sales: 100 bbls. city, $2 20; 100 bbla.
country, $2 35; lOObbls.eity, $2 25.
bKAM Tins market is well supplied
and dull at pieces quoted. Sales reported
were 100 sacks, $10; 1 carin sucks, $10.
BUTTER. Choice is scarce and in active
demand. Common is still plenty and hard
to sell. We note the sale of 3 buckets
choice, 15c; 10 packages medium, 810c;
5 tubs Wisconsin, 12,'(gl4c; 11 tulm
Southern Illinois, be; 10 packages medium,
ECiGS. There is a good demand for
fresh at C8c. There is a scarcity, the old
stock being greatly reduced. Sales noted
as follows: 100 dozen old stock, 3c; 100
dozen old stock, 4c; 3 cases fresh, 0c.
APPLES. Common apples are plenty
and dull sale. Choice ones are scarce and
in good demand. Wc note the salo of 10
bbls. choice, $1 00; 10 bbls. medium, $1
4001 50; 5 bhls. choice, $1 GO.
THE DAILY CAIUO BULLETIN:
PEACHES. Choice are in good demand.
Tin-re are none in the market. Common
are plenty and selling low. Hales noted
were 80 boxes, 20025c; 30 boxes, 25030c;
20 baskets, 20025c.
POTATOES. The market is overstttcked
and dull at $1.00 per barrel. Uetatilers aro
selling at 40c. per bushel. Wc note the
sale of 20 bbls., $1.00; 30 bushels, 40c
POULTRY. Choice young uro in good
demand. Common young, and all mixed,
arc plenty and dull. Sales noted wero 0
coops mixed old chickens, $2.25; 8 wops
choice young chickens, $1.50; 0 coops
young chickens, $1.50; 5 coops choice
Livek is Kistt. The liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it con
trols the life, health mid happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper action,
all kinds of ailments are the natural result.
The digestion of food, the movements of the
heart and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system are all immediately connect
ed with the workings of the liver. It has
been successfully proved that Green's Au
gust Flower is unequaled in curing all per
son's afflicted with dyspepsia or liver com
plaint, and all the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy enndithm of the
liver and stomach. SaniplegUittles to try,
10 cents. Positively sold in all towns on
the western continent. Three dos will
prove that it is iust what you want.
City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
Nellie Thomas, Columbus.
Alice, St. Iuis.
James Fisk, Paducah.
Cons. Millur, Memphis.
City of Vi, ksburg.
Nellie Thomas, Columbus.
James Fisk, Paducah.
Cons. Millar, Cincinnati.
The rivers are on a stand 18 feet above
low water mark.
The weather was clear and cool with
strong indications of rain at midnight.
The James Fisk came in yesterday sever
al hours late with a good trip. She went
back with a fair trip of frcigat and a num
b :T of the fairest young damsels of our city,
who go to Metropolis to spend a fortnight
Tlie John A. Scudder was due for St.
Louis last night.
The Alice, from St. Louis, passed up the
river to Pittsburg last evening. She didn't
have much freight but had a good trip of
The Paris Brown was due from the Ohio
The Cons Millar passed up from Mem
phis about 5 o'clock last night, with a fair
freight and plenty of people.
Captain John W. Tobin, who will have
charge of the J. M. White, arrived in this
city last evening. The White will leave
this port for Memphis to-morrow evening.
Will. S. Haves, river editor of the Louis
ville Courier-Journal, and America's favor
ite ballad writer, is coming to Cairo to
write a description for his paper of the J.
M. White. lie will arrive to-morrow
evening, and w ill remain over Sundii
SntKST TiuNqnuzERoHTHE Nerves
The surest tranquilizer of the nerves is a
medicine w hich remedies their stipersensi-
tiveness by invigorating them. Over-tension
of the nerves always weakens them
What they need, then, is a tonic, not a seda
tive. The latter is onlv Useful when there
is intense mental excitement and an imme
diate necessity exists for producing
quietude of the brain. Hostctter's Stomach
Hitters restores tranquility of the nerves by
endowing them with tliu vigor
requisite to bear, without 1 icing jarred or
disturbed unhealthfully, the ordinary im
pressions produced through the media of
sight, hearing and reflections. Nay, it docs
more than this it enables them to sustain
a degree of tension from mental application
which they would be totally unable to en
dure without its assistance. Such at least
is the irresistible conclusion to Iks drawn
from the testimony of business and profes
sional men, litterateurs clergymen, and
others who have tested the fortifying and
reparative influence of this celebrates! tonic
E. F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
T'he Krcat success and delight of the people. In
fact. nutliliiK like It has ever been offered the
American people which has o qulcklv found its war
Into their (food favor and hearty approval aa K. l
Kunkle Hitter Wine of Iron. It doe all U pnv
pilars, and thus Rive universal satisfaction, ills
Kiiaranteed lo cure the worst casea of dyspepsia or
indication, kldnev or liver disease, weakness,
nervoiienes. constipation, acldlt. of the stomach,
Ac. Ur the gennlm-. Only sold In II.UU bottles.
Itetrnt and nfflce. ; North Ninth Hlreet, I'hlladel.
ill 5'riliulsts kl' u1 tu''e bo othe tiM ,J
Pysyepsla! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
f..?-.u.Ki."kel Bi'.tir Wine of Iron ' re
Tor this disease. It has been prescribed riall? for
many years In the practice of eminent physicians
with liiinam e ed success. Nvn.i.i..,,,. .. i....
appetite, wind and rlsltm of food, rirvness In month,
ueadiiche. dlr.mliies. sleepleaanes and low spirit
el the ceniilne. Not old in hulk, onlv In $1 hot-
mi.... Vl' . , ""'KK'e'"-. tor h. r. Minkle's
ItllterWIneof Iron, and take no other. $1 per bot
tle, or for slit bottles. All I ask Is a t'laf of this
valuable medlcliie. A Irlul will convince you at
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
E. F. hunkle-s Worm Syrup never falls lo remove
all kinds of W onus. Heat, pin and stomach worm
are readily removed hy KutikKs worm Syrup. I)r.
Kunkle Is the only successful physician Ibat can re
movo taps worm In from two to rour hours. He baa
no Tee imlll head anil all passes sllve and In this
spai-e of time. Common sense teaches if tape worm
can he removed all other worm ran be readily re-u-!
o A,k3ro"r,d"i"?l".f" aholtle of KiinkePa
Worin Svruu. Price $1 er bottlfc it never falls
'i'lT.1""0 "".tl""' for clrculsr. No. 9M North
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Advice free.
Capcine Porous Plaster!
Vtin nt Improvement I
on the ordluary nor-
etn-iiu'llii tiltiu und
palu-kllllnii uncut in ouu,
The manufacturers received the highest and only
award flvi-n to porous I'Ueters at the Ceiiteiiulal.
w e warrant Benson's t apclnu I'laater lo be u po
rter to all other I'oroiti Masters and to all llnlmciita.
ASK TIIOSlTwilO KNOW
Aak any physician If Ilenson's Caprine Porous
I'laaler Is not the best plaster In the world. This
remarkable article was Invented to overcomo thu
Itreat objection alwiivs found to the ordinary porous
piaster of slow actlou lu brlnttlnif relief.
For lame and weak bark, rheumatism, trouble of
the spine and kidneys, It I a truly wonderful reme
dy. rhyslrlsiis evervw here recojulze Its i;reiit si.
perlorlly to oi her porous plusters and to all lini
ment. It relieve pain at once and cure quicker
lhau any known platter, liniment or compound.
P A TTTTHV THEME arcdnni;eronand
V-V U 1 JA. worthies luiiiatlona of
lleiisim Cnnrlnn Plaster in the market. The gen
u ne have the word "Caprine" rut throuirh eucb
planer, hold hy all drucelMs. Price il cents.
XEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AXD II ETA I L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor N1nttfMith Ktreet and (,
C. O. PATIEIt CO.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
-a- SlTl'tM VltltriV
Vulcax Iron "Works
83 01U0 LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T. Iermie,
HA VINO established hla works at the above men
tinned place is better prepared than ever fur
manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Marhitu-ry.
IlaviiiK a Siteam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery. Railroad.
Steamboat and Bridge Fornjn made a specialty.
Eaierlal attention Ktven to repairs of Eujrlaes aad
Braes t'astlnps of all kinds mad to order.
Pipe Fitting lu all its branches.
State of Illinois. Alexander conntv as: In theClr.
cult Court of said County, April Term. A. 1.,1T8.
Elnora Howard vs. Peter Howard, as: Divorce.
Whereupon the complainant has died her affida
vit that defendant Is a uon-realdent in this Mate.
Notice is hereby siven to said defendant that said
complainant has filed her bill for Divorce
to the September term. A I).. 1STS.
of said court, returnable on the first Monduv thereof
where and when said di-feudctit may appearand
def,iidln said cause, otherwise the matters and
thliiL'e therein chariftd and set lorth will he taken
a confessed. JOHN A. REEVE,
Harmon II. Black. Solicitor for CouiphTi" auu"11'
'OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
TO WHOM IT MAT COXCKKN :
Theiinderalnued. ndminlstratornf the estate of
Ik.. !'hn m1"'"- leceas-d. hert-tiy L-ites notice
thai he will make a Anal report of his arts and
doiiBs a such administrator, to the County Court
iU'iI!d''r i;"un,.v- 'he Aiifc-iist term therof.
A. U lS,s, towlt: on Monday. August Huh, is;h,
and ill then and there ask for a full and final
seuiunetu or the accounts, and for a dlacharL-e
from all further liability u udminisiruior of said
O. W. SHORT.
Jily Ifith. 16TK.
Slatt of Illinois, County of Alexander, sa. Circuit
All 18TS county, feptember Term,
Sarah Keed vs. Frederick Reed-Ulll for Divorce.
Alldavit of the non realdence of Frederick S
Reel, defendant above umi.l l,.i,. i
theaftice of the Clerk of said ( Ircuit Court of
oiimy. nonce is ueret.v elven to tlie
siildrrederick S. Heed that Sarah Keed, com
plaliant. tiled her bill of complaint In said Court
on tl.e t. hancery side thereof.on theltith riavof Julv
A. 3 , 1S.S, and that a suminous thereupon
isui out of said Court aciilnsr the aald
defeidant. returnable ou the first Momlav lu
the month of September. A. I). 1878 as Ik bv law re
quired. Now unless you Ibe said Frederick's. Keed
shall personally be and appear before snid Circuit
Court or Alexander county, on the first dav of the
tern thereof, to be hidden lu the court house, lu
laldcounty. on the II rat Monday of September uexL
and ilead. answer or demur to the snid complainant
hill jf complaint, the same, and the mutter and
thlnrs therein chanted and stated, will he taken sa
conf.ssed. and a decree entered against voil. accord
lnu t thu prayer of said bill,
... . , A, JNO. A. REEVE.
u o .! , li''r,k " A1,'"'l'-r Circuit Court.
Mulkev I.eek. Sols, fur Comp t.
Dated this Pith day of Julv. A. D. 1S78.
To Mrs. Kate Ohio, Onssle J. Ohio. Elizabeth (ihlo
and Johu tahlo, and to all others whom It may
concern : '
Take notice that I have Sled mr Hn.,1 .........
ailniinlstrator of the eaiaie .f .t.,h,, u
riei-eased. and that I will apply to the County Court
i"-iiiieri ouiiiv. Illinois, at tne August term
thereof. ISTS. for final ili.,.,ur. .,,.1 .
, , , , PETER SAI P.
Cslro, III., July V2. 1K8. Administrator. c.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
ouold ones; for medical or other compomid. trado
runrk and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
ference, Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
all case arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
y attended to. Inventions that have been
ft Rl VA !T K I ) ,,,le"1 tffl,e my
lllnl Ll4l' n must cases, he patented hy
us. Being opposite the I'. 8. Patent department,
Slid engaged iu Patent hiisineas exclusively, we can
ainke closer searches, snd secure Patent more
promptly, and w ith broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
I X V K TVTI ) ItS ""U u" moM or 'kclch of
liv f lill 1 7JlClyour device; we make ex
amination and advise a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly conddenllal.
Price low, and no charge unless Patent Is sucured.
We refer In Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
Oeneral D. M. Key, Rev. F. D. Power. The Herman
American Nalional Hank, to officials 1n the V. 8.
Talent Office, aud to Senators and Representative
la Congress; and especially to our clleuts In every
titate In the Union and in Canada. Address
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li 6 1878.
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Bemedj
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lis cure extends over a period of 90 years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its sale constantly Increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by Its mild, soothing effect.
Dr. Sage's 'Catarrh Remedy
Cores cold lu head and Catarrh, or Oxoena.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
Rocuroivr, Mis.. April 2, 1877.
Mb. EniTon: lluving read in vour paper the re
ports of the remnrkahie cures of catarrh, 1 am In
duced to teli w hat 1 know about catarrh, and 1 fan
cy the "smitr" and "inhaling tube" makers mere
dollar grabbers would be glad If they could embla
.on a similar cure In the paper. For twrutv years
I have suffered with catarrh. The nasal passages
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, ashes, In
haling tubes and sticks would not work, though at
Intervals 1 would snuff up the so-called catarrh snuti
until I became a valuable tester for rirrh medicines.
1 gradually grew wsrse, and no one ran know how
much I suffered or what a miserable being was. My
head ached over my eyes o that I was confined to
my bed for man? uccesslfe davs, suffering the most
Intense pnlu. which at one time lasted for ItiH hour.
All sense of taste aud smell gone, sight and hearing
gone, nervous system (battered and constitution
broken, aud I was hawking and spitting seven
eighths of the time. I praved for death to relieve
me of my sufferings. A favorable nsiice lu your
paper i nr. iue s aiarm itemeuy induced me to
-.. p a.nnu iiriurtiT luiiiueil Hie U
e a package and use It with Dr. Sage' nasal
. which applies the remedy by hydrostatic
e, the only way compatible with common
seuse. Well, Mr. tdltor. It did not cure me In three
fourths of a second, nor in one hour or mouth, but
iu less than eight minute I was relieved and In
three months cured and have remained so for over
1(1 mouths. While using the Catarrh Kemedy I used
Ur. iMcrce's Oolden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I also kept my
liver active and bowels regtilsr hy the use of hla
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If niy experience will
ludiice other sufferer to seek the same means of re
lief, this letter will have answered it purpose.
Yours truly, . D.KENN1CK.
CLOUD OP WITNESSES:
in muowinp ntirnea persons are am one
thounindu wtio have he?M cuird of catarrh by the
ufc wi ir. fiir e v inrru iiemrny;
A F Huwn. New iieneva, 1'a; 1) J Brown St. Jo
eeph. Mo; E C Lew.n. Kutlanii Vt; 1'haa Non-run,
Branch, Ind; L I. Williams, Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer. Onargs, III; 8 R Nichols. Jr, Oalvestonw
Tex; K Ilelnen. Stotievlllc. Pa: S W Lusk. McKai
land. Wis: Johnson Williams, ilelmlck.O; Mr M
A Curry, Trentou. Tenn; J ti Joslin, Keene, X II;
A J Casper, Tal.'e Rock, W Va: I.ouls Anders,
(iravsport, O; C II Chase. Elkhart; lud; Mrs Hen
ry llalght. San Kracr.isco. Cal; Mr K M (iallusha,
I.awrenievllle, S T; W J tiraliam, Adel, lo; A O
Smith. Newinau, Ua: t has K Hire, Baltimore, Md ;
Jesse M Sears, Carlisle, Ind; Ilan II Miller, tt'a."
Wayne. Ind: Mrs Minnie Arnalse. tfio Delancy-st,
N x ; II W Hall, Hustings. Mich; Win Y Mars'ton,
Lowell. Muss; Mrs C J Spiirtun. Camden. Ala: C V
Kaw. Kredericktown, O: Mrs Lucy Hunter. Karm
liigton. 111; C'spt E J Spauldlng, Camp Sianibaugh.
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamboat Hock, lo; Mr Lullai
Wulle, Sbuslnin. N Y; J M Peck. Junction City,
Mont; Henry Hoe' Hunts, Cul; I, P Ctimmlng's,,
Hantoiil, III: S K.lones. Puebesiou. Four Corner.
N Y: (ieo K Hall, Kbonlo, Cal; Win E Barirlu,
Sterling Pa; II P Sain, (Uo l'enu st. Plttsbiirg.I'a; J
H Juekiiian. Misitel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zoblst, lieu
eva. S Y; lluttle Parrot. Montgomery. Ohio; L Led
work. Chatham. Ill: 8 H MeCov. Nus'hport. O; W W
Waruer. North Jackson. Mich; Mtirv A Wlnne, Da
rleu, Wis; John Ziegler. Carllse Springs, Pa; Jas
Tompkins, St Cloud, Mimi; Knoch Ducr. Pawueo
Clly. Neb; Joseph T Miller. Xenia, O: S B Nichols,
(isiveston, Tex; II L Laird. I'pner Alton, III; John
Iiavls Prescott, Arizona: Mrs Nancy (iraham, Kor
est Orove, Oregon: J W Roberts, Maricopa, Art
xoua. Golden Medical Discovert"
Is alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden IMedical Discoveijt
Golden Medical Discovert
Is a Cholagogur, or Liver 8tlmulaut.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
.l,il!;'.h';n if " ',7,1e Properties cure dlseasea
of the blood and skin, a scrofula or king's evil tu
mors: ulcers, ne nl.l v,i i..." ,
and ernpilons By virtue of Its pectoral prLpert el
t cures bronchial, throat and lung sffectlim.; Inclp"
ent consuuiptlouj llugeri,,,; c.mgh. and chr, i lc
laryngitis. It choiagogue itialltle. render H an i
iiiuaied remedy for h III. man ... i.i u..." .. '
er complaint;" and it tonic, properties make Is
ll'a'lrera.'." CUriU" W
Iscovvrv" l'l ne,rr?:,rr,,W iM,n Ui"M'n ""
iin(.oiT,v will rnert i eutirn rnr it .... i- l
dull, drowsy, debilitated have "all w co I r'o f '.k ,V
or yellowlsfc.hrown spot on face or body freouent
headache or dlolness. b, taste III niouth. In l ual
heat or chills aiteruuted with hot flushe, low suiHt
and gloomy foreboding, Irregular aiiiietltiP .M
longiie coated, ,o wViNnffffi?f ,ft' J
or .lllousness In nintiy case , vei . Tmuut
only part of the symptom, are eip er ei.ced 1 A I
remedy for all inch cuse. Dr, Pierre', tiulden V.;n
cal llyery ha. no equal. ,' It rrnT-t" p"eacu?es
leaving the liver streugtbuued aud healthy. '
Tlie People's Medical Servant.
DK. R. V. PIERCE
m,ul "l',,l,rl,' J,f'J manufacturer ot the ror.
ft W.E ,ZUv- J11 of.w'' aw sold hy druggl.ts.
He I also the author of the People's Common fen.
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' OVER 100,000 COPIES.
Price (postpaid) $1.50. Address
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