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(1,000 FEET ABOVE THE SEA.
Tho following testimonials are from Messrs. .1
O liosworlh & Co.. Deliver. Col.. lame and infill
utlal druggists. They report unpreccdcntly largo
ujt-a itiiu universal sausiaciion. boomer aiscaM
In so alarmingly prevalent Id that region. They
apeak of the following gentlemen among their
.1. O. Doswortb A Co.. Denver. Col Gentlemen
Prompted hy a fellow-feeling for those sffllcted with
with Catarrh. I wish In addmv testimony in In-half
OI ba rUnJJ b KA1HCAL ( IKE k.hCATAHKII
I haw been sorely afflicted with this fearful disease
fur four yearn, ami have tried every kuown remedy
without avail, until I bought a bottle of the above
CI HE from vou. which nave me elmoM Instant re.
lief, it being a coniitllutloijal as well aa a local
remedy, I believe It to be all that l claimed fur It.
luidltal Cure for Catarrh.
Very truly yours, W
Denver, Sept. 83, 1&T5. with Je
Jensou, Dllri ft Co
Messrs. J. O. Mosworth Co.. Denver:
(ianTl.taiM: 1 take iilcasore In recommending
BANKOill) 8 HAKICAL ( l HE FOK CATARItll
to all who are afneted with tula disease. I u
greatly affllct'-d with it fur a long time, and cured
It with two bellies of the above ( I KK. About a
year afterward 1 wet again taken with Catarrh quite
evvereiy, and Immediately tent for another bottle
which died me all right, giving me relief from the
first dose. I am confident that tbl remedv will do
til that la claimed for It. and more too. Wishing
yon success in Its introduction, I am very truly
jours, a - n , p.n 11, oi nuiltn A Hull.
Deuver, Oct. 4, 1BT5.
Messrs. J. O. Hosworth i. Co.. Iienvi-r Col fien
tlemeo-l have used SANrOHl) S HADK'ALCl ItE
roitlAlAltltll. and It has gtvi-n perfect satlsfac
tion. I have triedalmost everything, and It la the
only thing that haa irtven me relief. I then fore
vaae picasurii In recommending He ue to all af
flicted with Catarrh of any klud, aiid oner this aa my
irmiuiiirv wi lie lieueui.
Vejytruly. W. H. DECKEK.
Denver, Ou. 1. 175.
KEV- J. II. W1GGIN KAY"":
One of the beat mmedU for Catarrh, iiiy, the
best remedy we have found in a lifetime of mffi-r
ing. isrAruifM KAIMI.ALICKK. It Is not
unpleasant to take through the noririls, and there
romes with each bottle a smell glass tube fur nse in
innaiation It cieata tne head and throat
thoroughly that, taken each morn In 7 on rising
there are no unpleasant secretions and no disagree
ewe naraiug uurnig the entire day. tiut an unprc
ceuteu clearness of mice and respiratory organ.
ev. j. it. w iggin. in Dorchester I Mars.i Ileeum.
ahpaikage rontaine Ilr. Sanford a Improv.ir
Inhaling Tule. with full directions fur uae In all
caees. Price fl.ti. For ale by all wholesale and
retail druggirts and di-alcrs throughout the ".'tilted
fcuteaaud f anuria. WEEKS POTTKK. General
Agents and wholeaale druggls t, Itostou, Mao.
For Local Pains, Lamcnesi, Sorener-s,
WeakiiesH, Numbness ami Inflation of
the Lnnirs, Liver, Kiiinejs, Spleen
Bowels, Madder, Heart, and Muscles,
are filial to an army of doctors aud
acres of plants and rliruhs. Kven in
lyraiysis, hinleiisy or til, antl .Nervous
and Involuntary .Muscular Action, thi
1'la.ster, by rnllyiui,' the Nervous Forces
Las effrtted, Cures when every other
kuowu remedy has failed.
PRICE 2", CENTS.
Ask for Collins' Voltaic Tlaster, and
insist on havini,' it. Sold by all Wholi
sale and Retail Iiriiftfists throuclioiit
the United States and Cunadas. WEEKS
& ltiTTEK, Proprietors. Boston. Mass.
View of farriao!
1 r--f i "V" A (iiilde to Wedlock and
II 1 I ,l i Ceiifldetit'.ul treni.c ou I
dutlee of marriage and the
cAiiren that unfit for It: the
f MMM AflVTet of Heproductlon aud
iUilltiVi.tiVT lj,ne f Women. A
imok for private, coneidcrate reading, i'V pagei,
Trice 5u cent.
A PMIVATE MEDICAL ADVISEK!
On all dleorder of a private nature arllng from
aelf ahUNv, exceMca. or eerret dleeaaea. with the beat
neaiif of enre, M large tiagea. price 50 renin.
A clinical lecture ou the above dleenne and thone
ofthelhrout. lunge, catarrh, rupture, the opium
bablt, etc., price 10 cent.
Kllher book cent pon paid on recelot of price: or
II three. contHlnlug W pagci, beautifully illuetra
ted, for "t rent".
Addreee Dlt. UUTTS. So. 12 N. 8th it., St. Loula
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Sh-?S-
men. lofaot vitalllv. premature weaknena. enerva
tion of mind and body, disorder of the brain and
nervona avatem, and "mlaerlea reuniting therefrom,
upeedlly cured by HATES' SPECIFIC. Prepared
by an eminent phvalclau: (.') a cane. V mr J-i: aold tv
lruggleta. Kor circular with full particular,
di-en Dlt. BATES, !M.'i State atreet. Cblcag. Ill
lionpltal, 1ST Eact Wafhlngton Mreet, Chicago, for
the cure of all private, chnuilc and tpeclal dieenfen.
hKMINAL WEiKNttxa, NEIIVot a IIIHII.ITT Hlld IMfT
isiiooii. perinatientlyriired. Dr. U. ia a graduate
of the Reform School, and urea nn mercurv; haa the
largest practice lu the l ulled Staien. Lame re
qnlrlng treatment, with home and hoard, call or
write. Everv convenience for patlenla. Send fifty
rcnta for MAHHIAiE (il'IDEI 275 pagea lllimtrat
rd. Married ladlea and gentlemen pend fifty cenla
fur cample of rubber gooda and circular of import
ant Information hy eipre. Consultation free aud
confidential, Kellable Female Pllla 5 a box.
A- ASALAKY. Permanent Mleemen want
X I ZlM I'd "Il Htntile Gooda lo dealer. No
V1-uv peddling. Kipenoe paid. Addrena
H. A.CRANT & CO., 8, 4,4 & 8 Dome 8t., Cln
0OI.D PLATED WATCHES. Cheapest In
the world. Samnle Watch Free to Airent. Ail.
dreep, A. COW.TKR CO., Chicago, III.
f AND MOKPIIINE HABIT CUBED
The Original and only ahanlute
cure, send tamu for book on
Opium Eating, to W. B. Squire, Worthlngtou,
Urecne, County, Ind.
DYEING AND RENOVATING.
yoLTn OLD CLOTHES :
C1X Bl JtitTOTUI
DYED Oil REPAIRED
At a TrlfUng &pB8e C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 80 EIGHTH ST.
CTLodka ui Ocnti' old btti made new,
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"Cairo Bulletin, ealro, llllnoli."
JNO. n. OBEIiLT, Oeneral Manager.
GRANT AND HIS MEN.
HIH OPINION OP I.F.ADf50 OE.NERAL8 ON
New York, July 24. A Hamburi? cone
spomli-nt, writing undr-r date of July 6
Kay tliat cx Presidtnt Orant arrived there
July 2. In a conversation the general uare
his views about the American war and its
(reneralH. Amonfj other things )ie said tliut
it he iial known the soldiers and general
of the army lietter, lie would have preferred
to have invested Lee ia Richmond from
Lynrliiiurjr or Lnndxide, as he investet
rrtnlxTton in Yiekshurt;. He uv
hiH total losses in tiie wildenief"
campaign amounted to nearly 39,000
men. He savs (ien. Uutler wishes he hai
had aliler culKirdinates, anl expresses regre
that an unlucky phrase in his official re
ports should have annoyed Hutler. He
thinks Jefh-rsun Davis did all he could f(
the confederacy, and did not deserve the
harsh criticism he got. He thinks Stone
wall Jackson might not have proved so
etlective a general later in the war, and op
poxed to men like Sherman and Sheridan
when his peculiar tactics would have failei
He sccnis to think Lee not so great as his
reputation, speaking of him of course as
sowiier, ami not as a man. He was never
so uneasy when in front of Lee as gome
other commander, and he dcscrilies him
as a man of solemn, grave dignity of dc
meanor. Gen. Joe Johnston, in his opinion.
was the ablest commander on the Southern
side. Of IJragg he appears to have but
poor opinion He tells a singular story o:
President Johnson's desire at onetime toar
reM (Jen. Lee and other southern command
ers for treason, by way of making there)
lion odious. (Jrant ami Seward had, it ap
pears, the means and good sense to oppose
and defeat this lolly, and den. Grant sav
lie would have resigned his command rather
than consent to the arrest, the southern men
licing sacred under their parol to him
Kiisccrnns, Huckner, McClellan, Buell. Stone
and McDowell, were, lie says, in his opinion
the in oft promising othcers in Ioi.
He still thinks Buell had genius for the
highest commands and McDowell was a man
of great ability, and he cannot account for
the ill luck for rioor Stone winch has pur
sued many other men who knew him as one
of the most highly cultivated officers in the
old army and one of thelx-st so dicn. Slier
man and Sheridan he praised without stint
He relates the old story of his first meeting
with the latter when Sheridan, then colonel
of a regiment, was rude to him. Sherman,
he savs. is not one of the best men living.
nit one of the greatest we have in our his
tory, and he gives a curious account of how
Miermim s narrative of the war was rnisro
presented to him, so that lie determined t
read it pencil in hand and publish a reply,
ait totind it a true Issik, an lionorable lKKik,
just to all, nnd he approves every word of it
Hancock, he thinks, was tne of our ablest
generals. He did not want to
go to West Foiot; never liked coin
inainl. ami remonstrated against
the creation of the grade of lieutenant
general made for him, though he saw the
necessity mr u later, lie dispels some
romances of the war, as where lie say
there was no Imttla of Lookout mountain,
no action worthy to be called a battle. He
says ueiiner he, Mierman or Miernlan ever
held a council of war. He determined on
his course in private, ami no one knew what
he was alwut to do until orders were writ'
ten out, tiually. He speaks about his pres
idential career, ami thinks his second term
almost his due because he had been bit
terly opisised, but relates that lie refused
a third nomination, which was urged upon
him, ami on the ground that a contest
would belittle him, that if re-elected it
would have been only against a strong
opposition, and his administration of a third
term would have been unsatisfactory.
Surest Tiuno.vii.izer of the Nerves
The surest tranquilizer of the nerves is i
nicdieine which remedies their supersensi
tiveness by invigorating them. Over-ten
sion or tho nerves always weakens them.
What they need, then, is a tonic, not a seda
tive. The latter is only useful when there
s intense mental excitement and an imme.
diate necessity exists for nrodueinir
quietude of the brain. Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters restores tranquility of the nerves by
endowing them with tlm vigor
requisite to liear, without being jarred or
disturbed unliealthfully, the ordinary im
- . a
pressions produced through the media of
sight, hearing and reflections. Nay, it docs
more than this it enables them to sustain
a degroo of tension from mental application
which they would be totally unable to en
dure without its assistance. Such at least
is tho irresistible conclusion to lie drawn
from tho testimony of business and profes
sional men, litterateurs, clergymen, and
others who liavo tested tho fortifying and
reparatlvo influence of this ctlebratctl tonic
Mmo. Nilssou lias loft London for a
holiday in Spain.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY
James Howard, New Orleans.
Paris L Brown, Cincinnati.
John A. Scudder, St. Louis.
James Fisk, Paducah.
James noward, St. Louis.
Paris C. Brown, New Orleans. '
James Fisk, Paducah.
John A. Scudder, New Orleans.
The gauge mark last evening was 17 feet
11 inches. A decline of 1 inch.
The Howard reports 0 feet at Plumb
The Paris C. Brown reported 4 ftct 5
inches at Caseyville.
Mr. Henry Lowe, connected with tho
Anchor line and stationed at Memphis, was
in the city yesterday.
The J. M. White will not get away to
night, as was expected. She will remain
here several days yet.
The (.'has. Gay, the boat wo sent to New
Orleans, lut did cot go, is lying alongside
of the J. M. White. She is a beautiful
finished )oat inside and out.
The Cache, one of the Cairo City Coal
Company's tugs, will be sent to Columbus
this morning with a barge of flour, the
property of Ilalliday Brothers.
The Jarnes Howard pased up yesterday
morning from New Orleans for St. Louis.
The James Fisk was about two hours
late again yesterday afternoon. A rush of
business seems to be the difficulty. She
comes again this evening to make the last
trip, of the week.
The Paris C. Brown arrived from Cincin
nati yesterday morning. She remained in
port several hours receiving freight and de
parted for New Orleans with all the freight
Will P. Hayes, who will arrive by the
Idlewild this afternoon, before leaving
Louisville addressed the following lines to
Dr. C. W. Bradley, of Ilalliday & Phillips"
"Muzzle your musquitoes, diet, and hide
their lanterns, for we're coming to Cairo,
and we have no blood to spare."
(tire u a tent on the top of the hot.e.
Where the breeze will blow tbrocgh the night.
When muUltoe don't look for a victim with lamp,
And the bug of the river don't bite.
We'll come ou the Idlewild Saturday eve,
Kpend Sunday In Cairo o flat;
If we die iu the town, you can buy abox, Cbct,
And ebip ui by rail, home, in that-
Liver is King. The liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it con
trols the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its projier 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
lieen successfully prored that Green's Au
gust Flower is unequa.ed in curing all per
son's afflicted with dyspepsia or liver com
plaint, aud all tJie numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of the
liver and stomach. Sample Imttles to fry,
10 cents. Positively sold in all towns on
the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
rpiIE ONLY 25 CENT
IX TIIE WORLD,
A sale and reliable substi
tute for Quinine, The great
tasteless medicine for all di
seases caused fov .Material
Poisoning, being a preventa
tive as well as a certain reme
Dumb Arue. Ame Cake. Re
mittent, intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Comnlainf. Dvsuensia
and Central l)ebilitv: flip bi'st
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Trice 25 cents ber
box. Family boxes 81 .00. Sold
by Druggists. .Mailed on re
ceipt of price.
ni'NAS JjR'K Co.. 85 Woostkr Stiiekt, Nbw
IOIik. Ten ceut elllluliulnrr h,,lf mall..rf r,...
E. F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
The great ancces and delight nf the people. In
fai t, nothing like it baa erer been offered tha
American people which has ao quickly found lifwuy
into their L'ooil favor and hearty approval aa E. F.
kunkle a Hitter Wine of Iron. It dnea all it pro
poiea. and tliua trivet unlvoraal mitlnrariliin. It ia
Kimriinteed to cure the worn cnnea of dynpepla or
indlfctenlnn, kidney or liver dieeanea. weakiieiw,
nervonmeM, conatiputlon. acidity of the stomach,
Ac. (.tut the iieuulue. Onlv aold In il il hnlilea.
Depot and office. i North 'Ninth Htreet. Philadel
phia. Aek for Kuukle'a and take Mioihi,,. K..I.1 h
Djsypp.sift! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia !
K. F. Knnkel'a Hitter U'l
for thla dlaeaae. il haa been tireaerlbnl ilailv for
many yeara In the practice of eminent tfliynliliina
with unparalleled success. Bvmptotns re lose
appetite, wind and rliln of food, drvuesi In mouth,
headache, dlxxlncsi, sleeplessness and l)r spirits,
(let the cenulne. Not sold in bulk, onh in II but.
'. !' ,.'! " by.Bl.' df'KKlMt. Ask for K. V. Kunkle'a
Hitter w Ine of Iron, and take no other. II P" ht
tie, or tH for slj bottles. All I nek Is a trial of thla
valuable medicine. A trial will couvltn you st
WORMS ! WORMS! WORMS!
E. F. Rlltlkle'a Worm Nvrnti never rhll In remove
all kinds of Worms. Heal, pin and stomach wortna
are readily removed by Kunkle a worm Svriip. Dr.
kiiukle la the only successful phvslclnn lliat can re
move tans worm in from two in Vnnr hmr. He haa
no fee until bead and all passes alive and iu thla
apace of time. Common tense teachea If tape worm
can he removed all other worms can be radlly re
moved. Aak vour ilmirirlat fur a h,.m ni KiiiiiirTa
Worm Hvrun. I'rlre II er Imttla. li 111 VHP Atllat-v
or lead to the doctor fur circular. No. ir9 North
Moth street, 1'ulladelpbla, l'a. Advice fret.
Capcino Porous Plaster!
A fireat Improvement
iV on theordiuary por
pulu-kllllutf acul In one.
The mantifactnrers received the highest and only
ward flven to Porous i'laur at the i cntrunlal.
e warrant lleneou'a Capelne. I'laeter to heaiipo
nor to all other 1'uruut Piaster and to all llulmunla,
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Ask any physician If Benson's Capelne Pnrons
Piaster Is not the best plaster In the world. Thla
remarkable article was Invented to overcome the
preat objection always found to tha ordinary porous
plaster of slow action iu brlnKlng relief.
For lame and weak back, rheumatism, troubles of
the spine and kidneys, It is a truly wonderful reme.
dy. Physicians everyw here recounlr.e Its great si.
perlority to other porous plasters and to all lini
ments. It relieves pain at once and enrea quicker
than any known plaster, liniment or compound.
iH A TTTTftT THEKKaredAnireronsend
y- i- AVil , worthlese Imitations of
lienson a Capelne Plaster In the market. The jren
ulne have the word "Capelne" cut through each
plaster. Hold by all drUL'Kleta. Price ceuts.
XFW YOKK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety' Stock
IN TIIE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and
Commercial Ave., )
C. O. PATIEIl & CO.
"FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
x STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ikon Works
93 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T. Ilennie,
H AVISO established his works at the above men
tloned place is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing steam Engines and .Mill Machiutry.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, the
mainline lu re of all kinds of iliu-hlii-rv. liallrnad.
Steamboat and Bridge Forglnft made a'speclalty.
Kspeclal attention ifiven to repairs of KuL'lies aid
Brarsc'astlncs of all kinds made to order.
Pipe Fitting in all iu branches.
State of Illinois. Alexander eonntv ss: In the Clr.
cult Court of e aid County. April' Term, A. 1).. 1ST8.
Elnora Howard vs. Peter Howard, ss: Divorce.
Whereupon the complainant has fled her affida
vit that defendant Is a non-n-sldent in this State.
Notice Is hereby given to raid defendant that said
complainant has filed her bill for Divorce
to the September term. A. D 1ST8.
of said court, returnable on the flrrt Mondavthereof
w here and when said defeudeut may appear and
defend in said cause, otherwise the matters aud
thlnes therein charged and set forth will he taken
ivinnnu. HJI1 A. KtLNE.
Harmon H. Black, Solicitor for CompUiuautf'1'
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
Ihenndersfinied. admlnlstratnrof theestateof
wuiiu .-uiiiviiii. uecefmffi. tian. , ., .
.?, c m iimae a nuai report or his acts aud
domes as such administrator, to the Countv Court
V i ouniy. ai me Aiiirust term therof.
j .7.. "ui "D -"onuav. Aiiu'iist luth, 1HTS
... i n , 7 I"" 'hl'r,, H'k f"r m a"(1 "tiul
r , .L ,,,, ami lor ft nircliaru'e
from all further liability aa administrator of said
G. W. SHORT,
.t'v i,h i-a Aduiinirtrator.
riate oi iinnnis. i ountv or Alexnnder. ss. Circuit
i0,i'.rt ntler -'0,1I".T' fcfpteniber Term,
Sarah Heed vs. Frederick Reed-Bill for Divorce.
Aimiavtt of the non recldenfe of Frederick S
Keen, defendant above lamed, having been filed In
ine , nine oi l ue i lerk or sniil Circuit Court of
.. .. 1 r 1 nonce is nerehv L'iven to the
sai.llTederlck S. Keed that Miruh Heed, com
plaiuatit, filed her bill of complaint in said Court
on the C hancery side thereof.on the Kith duvof July
A. il., lh,H, nd that a eiiiimious tliereupou
Issued out of said Court aL'niiiHt the said
defendant, returnable on the flrat Momlav iu
,ur. u, .inn ,,i .-ciiu uiniT. a. v. 1N7H as ts bv law re
quired. Now unless you the raid Frederick's. Heed
snail personally lie and appear before raid Circuit
( ourt of Alexander county, on the first day of the
I , ' 'o ne iioiui n iu tne court house, ill
aald county, ou the flrat Mondnv of September next
bill of complaint, the. same, and the mutters and
thinirs therein charged and stnted. will be taken as
confessed, and adeem; entered against you, accord
inn to the prayer of said bill.
, , JNO. A. REEVE.
u ii ,CI." of Alexander Circuit Court.
Vulkey Leek. Sols. forComp't
Dated this Kith day of Julv, A. n, 1STS.
To Mrs. KateC.hlo. Onssle .1, Ohio. Elizabeth Ohio
uu uiiu vmu, auu io an oiners whom It niav
Take notice that I have filed mv final report as
administrator of the estate of John B. lihlu.
deceased, and that 1 will nnnlv tn n... 2
of Alexander Countv. Illinois, at the AniruJt term
for'"u1 ! W nd eXmcut
Cairo, I11Julylg,lTS. Administrator, 4c.
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lie. Being opposite (he f. H. Patent fleaartnient,
and engaged In Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and w in broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
1 N VKNTOliN ""d m"M "" 'ketch of
111 T iJil xyjAOyotir device; we make ex
aminations and advise as to patentability, free of
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Prices low, atul.uo charge unless Patent Is secured.
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General D. M. Key, Key. F. D. Power. The German
American Natluuul Dunk, to officials iu the U. H.
Patent Office, and to Senators and Representatives
In Cougress; and especially to our clients In every
Htate lu tho Union and lu Canada. Address
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NATURAL SELECTION. .
INVKHTIO ATOR8 of natural sclcnre have demon
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedj
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its cure extends over a period of 90 yeara.
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
Cares cold In bead and Catarrh, or Ozoena.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
' RnctronT, Mia., April 4.1877.
Mr. Editor: Having read in your paper tho re
ports of the remarkable cures of catarrh, I am In
duced to teli what t know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the -snuff" aud "inhaling tube" makers mere
dollar grabbers would he glad if they could enihla
isou a similar cure in the papers. For twenty years)
I have suffered with catarrh. The nasal passages
became completely closed. Hnuff, dust, ashes, In
haling tubes and sticks would nut work, though at
intervals I would snuff up the so-called catarrh anuS
until I became a valuable tester for such medicines.
I gradually grew werse. and no one can know howr
much I suffered or what a miserable being was. My
head ached over my eyes so that I was confined to
my bed for many successive davs. suffering the most
Intense pain, which at one time lasted for UiH hours.
All sense of taste and smell gone, sight and hearing
t;one, nervous system shattered and constitutlou
iroken, aud I wua hawking aud spitting seven
eighths of tne time. I prayed for death to relievo
me of my sufferiuga. A favorable netlce In your
paper of Dr. Hage's Catarrh Remedy induced me to
purchase a package and use it with Dr. Sage's nasal
douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostatic
pressure, the onlv way compatible with commou
reuse. Well, Mr. Editor, It did not cure me In threu
fourths of a second, nor in one hour or month, but
In less than eight minutes I was relieved and in
three months cured and have remained so for over
16 months. While using the Catarrh Remedy I useil
Dr. Pierce's Uolden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I also kept my
liver active and bowels regulsr by the use of hisj
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
induce other sufferers to seek the same means of ri
llef, thie letter will have answered its purpose.
Yours truly, b. D. KEN NICE".
. - I CLOUD OP WITNESSES:
Tie following named persons are among the;
thousands who have been cured of catarrh by the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Heinedv:
A F Downs, New Oeneva, Pa; "D J Rrown St. Jo
seph, Mo; K C Lewis, Holland Vt; Cbas Norcrops,
North Chesterfield, Me; Milton Jouee, Scrlba, N 1 ;;
.I K Miller. Urldger Station, Wv; J C Mem-nun,.
M N Post. Logansport. Ind; J W Ballev, Tremnots.
Pa; H B Ayers, Laporte. Ind; Jesse M 'Seuw. Firr.
"(ranch, Ind; L L Williams, Canton, Mo; W VV
Thayer, Onarga, 111; 8 H Nichols, Jr, Galveston,,
'lei; K Kelnert, Ktoneville. Pa: K W I.usk, .McFar
luud, Wis; Johnson Williams, llclmlck.O; Mrs M
A Ciirry. Trenton. Tenn; J O Joslln, Keene. N II :..
A J Casper, Table Hock. W Va; Louis Anders, ,
(.ravsport, O; C II Chase. Elkhart; Ind; Mrs Hen
ry llalght. Sun Frateisco, Cal; Mrs K M (inllurha,
I .UU'r.ii-vll! V V. W T . .1., . .
Smith, Newman, Ga; ('has Itlce, Italtlniore, Md; .
M Sears, Carlisle, Ind; Dan H Miller. Fort
Si-'"'.', J1I.Hii,M,r"..Mlnnie Amalse. . Delancv-et.
" i" W Hull. Hastings, Mich; Win F Alars'ton
Khw, irederlcktown, O: Mrs Lucv llntiter. Farmi
!''"".'' il1 :t'"''' 15 J psuldlne. Camp Stnml.aiiuh,.
Wv; 1 W 1 racy, steamboat liock, Io; Mr Irriia
ulle, Shushun.N Y; J M Peck, Junction !..
Mom; Henry Hoe' Hiintiis, Cal; L I' dimming,.
Hantoul, 111: 8 h Jones. I'nebeston, Four Comers.
l!1 i "'.? Kllnl". Cal; Wm E linrtrle,
Sterling Pa; II P Sam. MS Penn-st. Plttshiirg.Pa; j
H Jaekiiian. Misiiel's Depot. Ky; Henry Zoblrt. Gen
eva. N i ; lluitte Parrot. Montgomerv. Ohio: L I.ed
work, Chathuin, III: SB McCoy. Nus'hport. O; W W
Warner. North Jackson. Mich; Marv A Wlnne, Da
rlen. Wis; John Ziegler. Carllse Springs, Pa; Ja
Tompkins, st Cloud, . Minn; Enoch Diu-r, Pawueo
C ity, Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xenlu, O; 8 II Nichols.
Galveston, lex; II I, Laird, I pner Alton, 111; John
Davis Prescott, Arizona: Mrs Naucv (irabam, For
est Grovo, Oregon; J W Huberts, Maricopa, Ari
zona. Golden Medical Discovery
Is alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovert
Is a Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
IW reason of Its alterative properties enres diseases
of the blood and skin, as scrofula or king's evil ; tu
mors; u cers, or old sores: blotches; pimple,
and eruptions. Bv virtue of Ita T,...i,.r.i i-
It cures bronchial, throat and lung affectlona ; inclp
ent consumption; lingering coughs and chronic
laryngitis, ltscholagogue qualities render It an un
equaled remedy for biliousness, torpid liver, or "llv
er complaint:" and Ita tnnle iim,ni.. L.i... i.
equally efficacious lu during Indigestion, loaa of an
petite and dyspepsia.
W here the skin Is sallow and covered with blotches
and pimples, or where there are scrofulous aflec
tions and awe lings, a few bottles of Uolden Medical
Discovery will effect an entire euro. If you feel
dull, drowsv. debilitated, have sallow color of skin.
1 1 T Vl ItlU'luh. ,.,. an ..... - . . . .
w. ....... .. . , rrUir uu mce or nony, rrenuent
headache or dlzalnrss, bad taste In mouth. Internal
heat or chills alternated with ht .!,.. i.... ...i.i.-
and gloomy forebodings. Irregular appetite and
tongue coated, you are suffering from torpid liver
. lou'n'""' 1" n'ny cases of .Iver complaint
only part of these symptoms are experienced. Asa
remedy for all such cases. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal Discovery has no equal, as It effects perfect cures,
leavlnu the liver strengthened and healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DR. R. V. PIERCE
U the sole proprietor and manufacturer nl the- fhre
Kolng remedies, all of which are sold by druggists,
il I? , 0 ."I" ""horof the People's Common Sensei
Jtoillcal Adviser, a work of nearly one thoneaud
pages, with two hundred and eighty-two wood en
gravings and colored plates. lie has already sold of
this popular work
OVER 100,000 COPIES.
Prlca (postpaid) $1.90. Address
R. V. PIERCE, If. "
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