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Th following testimonials aru from Messrs. .1.
(. Itos worth A. I .. Iii Lvir. Col., Iari!i mid In tin
entlal druggists. Thi')' report unprccedciillv large
full Olid universal satisfaction. No other disease
is m alarmingly prevalent In tliut rt'irluu. They
speak ul the following gentlemen a amoiig luelr
.1. O. Diwworlh Co., Denver, Col.: (ieritlemen
Promoted by a fellow-feeling forlhose afflicted nllh
Willi nmrrti. 1 wish In add mv tcstimoiiv In behalf
ol SAN KOKU'S KADICALCl'HK roll L ATA l KM.
J have been sorely afflicted with t ti i fearful disease
lor four years, and huvn tried every know n remedy
without avail, until 1 tiitiijihl a bottle of the above
TltK from you, which gave me almost Instant re
lli f. It being a constitutional an well a a local
remedy. 1 believe It to 1st all tbat Ik clnlu e 1 fur It.
I Itadlcal Cure for Catarrh.
Vcrvtrulv yours, WM. AMKTIVE,
Deliver, Kept. Si, 1HT5. with Jcusou, iillsa i, Co.
Messrs. .1. ). Boswortu A Co.. Denver:
(iKnti.rmkk ; I I like pleasure In recommending
KANhWlDtl HAIUCAL (THE KOK ATAKItll
lo all who are aftlitcd with thin disease. 1 wan
cn-aitjr altilctcd wlili it for a lung time, and cur.il
It with two bottle of the ahoe CI UK. AImiIM h
year afterward I wus again taken with ( atiirrh quite
severely, and Immediately scut for Ullother bottle
wlili h died m all right, giving m reiki from Hie
first dose, 1 am contlileni ihut this retuedv will do
all Ihut la claimed for it, and luore l.iu, VIhing
you success in lt 1 n tr.l in timi. I am verv Irtny
yours, A W. SMITH, ol Smith & Dull.
Dcuvcr, Oct. 4, 175.
Messrs. J. O. llosworth & Co., Iienver. Col.: ficn
tlimcii-l hav d SANFOKD s KAMI Al.t I KK
XiH CATAKKH, and il has given perfect satlsfac
tlon. I have tried almost everything, and It In the
only thltiK that has irhcn me relief 1 therefore
lake nli amru In rei iiihiiiendlnst lt use to all af
flirted with Catarrh of any kind, and Oder this as un
lestlmory to Its tieiicfit.
Denver, (Jit. 1, KV
W. S. DECK KK.
HEV' J. II. WK.i.lS SAYS:
One of the h. t rciii.-dli- fur Catarrh. nav. the
iNt reineilv we have limiid In a lib-time of 'snrJ.r
In. In KANKtiHK H KAlili ALt I KB. It In not
unpleasant to take through the iki-l ri ! . and there
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Inhalation It dear the head and throat to
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DYKING AND HE.VOVATIXn.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Continued fi tm Fourth Phjt.
guriaent tiisti.niMl, iiml when I have remon
btnited with them, have, been luumrud the
yarmeiits weru ierfe:tiy coml'orUible. The
idea of eoitil'iirt tuny be, and of conreo is,
(lilTercnt in diflVitmt Jieople, yet I cannot
sue bow, by tho longc-at t retch of imainn
tinn, any one can think tlieniHelvea comfort
ablein clotlitK that fit so snugly. A hearty
dinner is a source of discomfort instead of
a pleuBiiru. I think this i one of the swift
est inul surest channels to weak backs,
though you will never find a woman who
will admit she has sailed in it. lie that
ns it may, it is a wicked and cruel tiling to
destroy the health ami lcauty of symmetry
of tho jucBent and future generations, in
such a manner especially is it cruel
and a sure sign of a deficiency of good com
mon scnac, to juit corsets, on growing girls,
whose forms and judgment are alike un
developed. The theory of loose clothing is
one I put in constant practice in my own
life, and in the lives of all whom I control.
The talk of overwork amongst women in
this day of machinery and invention, usually
culls forth a long catalogue of the hard la
Ikit in which our fore-mothers engaged, and
in spite of which "nerves" were things al
most unknown and weak backs considered
very nearly disgraceful. Well, I admit
those grand old pioneer women did work
very hard, but it was usually of a physical,
muscular kind not the brain-wearing,
nerve-torturing kind of labor which de
volve upon the women of to-day. They,
those old-time women, worked sometimes
side by side with their husbands and broth
ers in the fields; out where the sun shone
upon them, and the fresh winds blew
sround them laden with the spicy breath of
dower and forest, where the blue sky spread
out in all its unliinitable glory alove them,
and the songs of the wild birds helped
to fill with music, the hearts of the toilers.
Who would imt prefer such conditions and
surroundings, to a day of wWiing in the
damp, dark basements, or musty, crowded
wash-homes of the present time? What
did the simple, frugal cooking of that pe
riod amount to, compared with the elabo
rate dishes gotten up now i Our forefath
ers couldn't make a point of sulking or
scolding because their coffee wasn't clear as
amber, from the simple fact that coffee was a
luxury almost unknown to them. Our
grandmothers and great-grandmothers knew
very little about the rich, indigestible but
tmitlwane dishes which we modern women
delight in manufacturing and with which
we tantalize our families to make suicidal
gourmands of themselves. They didn't spend
the greater part of the hot summer months
in kitchens at a lsuling temperature can
ninii fruits, Ix cause people didn't krjow any
thing alsiut such a process then. They
didn't run sewing machines till the whole
lsnly, and especially the back, throbbed
and pulwd with pain, creating diseases to
last as lung as life itself. They wove
and spun through the day, and sat
around spinning good, servitable yarn
stockings at night, till eight or nine
o'clock, and then went to U-d and slept
the sleep of the just. No fancy fairs loom
ed up for weeks ahead of them like grim
nightman's to 1m.- culminated at last in
working from one to three nights with so
many anxieties and responsibilities besetting
them, that sleep became an impossibility
when the longing opportunity finally came.
That blis was left for their progressive pos
terity to discover. They did not have to
persuade and strategize and spank precoci
ous children to bed by half past eight
o'clock, that they might get off to a swindle
by nine, with no prospect of getting home
before eleven or twelve at night, while a
tired body complained of the dissipation,
and a tired brain planned how to make up
for the lost time on the morrow. They very
rarely had to take part in amateur concerts
and theatricals, with their long train of re
hearsals and provocations und little aggrav
ations, enough to develop nerves in a man
even. They were not expected or permitted,
in fact, to add to the wretchedness of their
friends by writing and reading prosy papers
as I am doing to-night. They did not sew for
days on elaborate dresses, and then have to
make them all over again within a year, or
bo that monstrosity an unfashionable wo
man. No indeed! that, with kindred plea
sures devolve, upon us, of this generation,
when the great aim of the majority of wo
men, seems to be fashion in some guise or
other, ami moral courage is a thing almost
Of course the men cry out "why not do
nway with nonsensical dress, at least.
Kobe yourselves comfortably and sensibly,
without any regard to thedecreesof fashion."
Well, I'll tell you why the men themselves
are responsible for it all. All this hue und
cry we rend in the newspapers nbout young
men not marrying because they cnu not find
sensible, economical girls for wives, is a
humbug. ; Thej dou't wunt sensible econo
mical girls for wives not one out of a doz
en of them. Just let some rash girl try tho
plan of dressing plainly, sensibly mid neat
ly, but without regard to prevailing fashions,
and see what ths consequence will be. Let
her. put on low heeled shoes, discard
her lung destroying corsets, and wear dress
es minus trimmings, ami short enough to
bo healthy and comfortable, and see how
she will bo treated by tho young
men gonenlly. , Nt . with , dis
respect, cf rtairfly on the contrary, ' their
respect will verge on veneration; a feeling
somewhat akin to that they cherish for
their grandmothers. They will tell you
CAIRO 1UTLLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY
she is a splendid girl that she will make
some man an excellent wife; but they are
strictly careful to not bo tho lucky man,
In their unselfishness and generosity, they
leave her for some one more worthy such a
treasure, and content themselves with some
iretty girl who sagely concludes that
!cauty is not loveliest when unadorned.
Now this is not exaggeration, because in
my own limited observation I have seen it
tried. Why I know at least half a dozen
sweet girls iu this very little city of Cairo,
who would make model wives just the
right kmi of ouch for those prudent young
ineu who can't afford to marry, yet year
after year they are deserted for frivolous,
fashionable girls, who have scarcely a
thought beyond their clothes, their Ik'ux
and their next party. Even the elderly
man, old bachelors and widowers especially
who ought to know better, usually yield
their hearts to the prettiest faces and finest
clothes. Clearly then, unless a girl has no
fear of a life of single blessedness, it won't
do for her to indulge in being sensibly un
fashionable. Let the married women work the
reformation? Why bless your heart, they
don't dare do it they are afraid of each
other ami their husbands. Can they risk
losing their places in society dare they try
their husband's affection to the extent of
making themselves conspicuous? Let the
fate of those courageous females who dress
as they please, and who are consequently
the legitimate targets of newspaper wits
and sarcastic masculine tongues, be the
lie aeon to warn thein from such schools and
quicksands. Don't you suppose woman
generally would be glad for instance if the
long, heavy dress skirts would give place
to others that cleared the tops of the
shoes) Of course they would, yet until
the goddess of fashion sends forth her de
cree that short dresses must lie worn, they
will not be, for as I said ln-forc, our moral
cotirage is so deficient, we fear to make
ourselves peculiar. It might do perhaps,
for some light, graceful little woman who
wears a numUr one or two, such a one as
Scott meant, when he wrote:
"E'en the ulltrht harebell, rained iu head,
Elanic from beralry tread,"
tmt for me to go down town with my low
heeled, thick-soled number no.I shnnttell
women, cas keep a secret well with my
shoes plainly visible, is more than the most
exacting dress reformer could ask, unless
everyone else did the same thing.
Supjiosing I should try the experiment of
leaving off all unnecessary articles of ap
parel; everything except what conduced to
to health and comfort; take off niy false
hair, and arrange my owrf in a simple coil,
us large as a biscuit, atfthe back of my
head, and thus attired, plain but neat,
should venture on a promenade. Half my
lady friends would cut my acquaintance
then and there, or stare at me. in undis
guised amazement and horror; the girls
would giggle; the gentlemen be very seri
ous and excessively polite to hide their
amazement, and my own husband, if he
had no f ars for my sanity, would probably
remember an engagement with a man on
the levee," und dart around the first cor
ner. Yes, the men are as much or more to
blame fur this blind devotion to fashion
this extravagance and living beyond one's
means than the women. Who is it fits out
ships and sends them to all parts of the
world for elegant silks, velvets and laces
with which women adorn themselves? Who
arranges all the lovely and expensive arti
cles in the most tempting mannner in our
dry goods stores, that they may make wo
inin forget prudence and common sense
in their purchase? Who manufactures all
the luxurious and magnifleient furniture;
the costly silver wure, the dainty china, the
dazzling cut-glass, the tine table linen, in
fact almost all the high priced luxuries?
The nun, of course! They place these
things before our beauty -loving eyes, ami
then cry out at our extravagance when we
I now give you a grand summing up of
the principal causes of wrecks, known ns
backs, which are rapidly drifting a major
ity of American women to their graves.
Tight clothing, sewing machines, improper,
food, too little out-door exercise, overwork
of all kinds, lute hours, fashion and men!
We all know the remedies for sonic of
these evils will we make use of our
knowledge? It seems that we have volun
tarily placed ourselves upon a magnetic
tread-mill from which there is norelease,
while pride and fashion stand by, whip in
hand, and spur us on our weary way. Can
anyone tell me how to satisfy our too relent
less drivers "keep up appearances," and
yet abide by the laws of health and com
fort? I frankly confess I don't know how
if I ever make the discovery, I'll prepare
another paper, entitled "I have found it."
Meanwhile, I've left many statements in
the weakest state of defense plenty of
tempting targets for the rest of you to
practice on, and I hope you'll not hesitate
to make use of your golden opportunities.
' ' , . AKHIVKD.
Janu s Kisk, Puducah.
City of Helena, Vickshurg.
Colorado, St. Louis.
James Fink, 1'adiicah,
City of Helena, St. Louis.
The rivers are still declining, with 17 feet
0 inches on tho gauge, at dark laat evening.
1 - - f ' i'.. ! ... . .
The weather at midnight was cool, with
heavy clouds that threatened raiu atany mo
ment. Col, Silvei thorn, river editor of tho Evans
viTle Journal, was a passenger on the Idle
wild last evening. lie came out for pleasure,
and we trust found it with tho genial gen
tlemen who handle the Idlewild.
The Colorado passed up from Vickshurg
about nine o'clock Friday night.
Will. 8. Hayes arrived in tho city by the
Idlewild last evening. He paid TliR Ik!.-
i.ktin his compliments, as all gentlemen of
note do when they come to Cairo. William
is a devoted temperance man, and will be
given a reception at the Temperance He
form Club's room to-morrow evening.
The James Fisk came in with a good
trip from I'adtieah. last evening.
The Idlewild from Evansville had a very
satisfactory trip, She arrived at 7 and
departed at 9 o'clock last night.
The John Porter is due at this port to
morrow. From despatches and letters re
ceived in this city we learn there are a
number of cases of yellow feveron this boat,
and it is to be hoped our city authorities
will see to it that she is not allowed to sub
ject the citizens ef Cairo to the terrible di
sease. She should not be allowed to land.
Jewels ok tub Chows op Scotland. At
Eiliuburg, Scotland, some years since, the
Jewels of the Crown were locked in a Ux,
that lsix in another, and so on, until they
were supposed to le burglar-proof. They
were tben h eked up in the vault of the
castle, there to remain for one hundred
years, the keys being placed in a mortar and
fired into the sea. Scarce fifty years passed
by, and the modern lock-picker opens the
vault and boxes without trouble. So the
science of medicine, when studied with the
aid of chemistry and the microscope, be
comes plain and simple, and diseases that
were regarded incurable a generation ago,
now readily yield to remedies employed by
the modern and progressive physicians. A
disease of years since, and women were
taught to believe that their peculiar dis
eases and weaknesses were incurable; but
now hundreds and thousands of once bed
ridden women in the I'nited States will
testify to the fact that Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription has effected their perfect and
Toi.koo, Ohio, Dec. Oth, 1870.
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Bufliilo, S. V.
Dear Sir About five years since my wife
was ttiken sick, and though we employed
the best physicians in our city, yet she
gradually grw worse, so that she was con
fined to her hed. Every remedy I had
tried, or could find, failed to cure or even
give relief. At last I procured a bottle of
your r avonte Prescription and to my sur
prise it gave almost instant relict, and with
a little perseverance, an entire cure was
effected. Ever gratefully yours.
"ARRANT 3 3
Rowel and Liver Regulator
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hum is worm asking about. Newspapers reach
more people at less expense than anv other means
orcommiinliatloii. Jlcuce, an advertisement that
tan be given the most circulation for the moncv. In
good papers. Is the surest way to develop your
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Send Tor a copy of our Standard list and lenrn what
an Immense circulation you can get for a small sum.
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IU Spruce Street, New York.
X. FI On evert order r.i- thu t i.i -in ..i.. ,.
""charge1'1''011 tlrc"l,tlon lu ,,lur Pl",r " h
(A M KDICINK, NOT A DHINK.)
nors, mrnr. maxdrakk,
And Till Pt liitsT anii Must Mriiu al Qt'Ai.mrs
, or Al.t.OTItltU lllTTKIia.
All Diseases of the Stomach, Dowels, lllooil,
l.lver, Kidneys, and t'rlnary DrvaiiH, Nervous,
ness, Sleeplessness, Kumulu Cuuiplaluli and
HKtllO IX (iOLD
Will ho paid for a ease thejr will not euro nr help,
or for anything lutpuru or Injurious fun ml lu
Ask your druggist for lion Hitters aud free
bonks, and try thu Hitters Worn yon sleep.
Take no other. . . .
Tlio Hop Cough CnreKnil 1'aln Relief in the
, Mm Cheapest, SarvH anil Heat
i IUHCIiAY uua ,
Are not advertised as "cnre-illa" hut ro spocldca in
th diseuaes fur which they are rt-couimcuded.
TNVKSTIOATOHS of nainr.il science have demon
A stratetl beyond controversy that throtiu'hout the
animal kingdom the "survival of the llltest" is the
only law vouchsafing thrift and pcrpetnltv. Does not
the same principle uovern the commercial prosperity
of niaut An Inferior can not supersede apuri
article. Ily reason of superior merit Dr. Pierce'
Stntidiird Medicines have outrivaled all others.
Their sale In tho Lulled Mates alone exceeds one
million dollars per annum, while Hie amount, ex
ported foots up to several hundred thousand more.
No business could (jrow to such irltfuntlc propor
tions aud rest upon any other basis than that 0
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
W PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lis cure extendi over a period of 00 years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Ita sale codiUqU)' increases..
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Curea by lu mild, aoutiilng effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cares cold la bead and Catarrh, or O.oeca.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
' Rockfonr. Mass.. April 3. 1S77.
Mil. Entmn: Having read In Minr paper the re
ports of the remarkable cures of catarrh, I am in
duced to tell what i know about catarrh, and 1 fan
cy the "snutr" and inhaliii lube" makers uiere
dollar itrulibers would he itlail if thev cuuld embla
.mi a similar cure in the papers. Kor twetitv yours
I have suffered with catarrh. The nasal passages
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, ashes, in
haling tubes anil sticks would not work, thoiich at
Intervals I would snuff up the so-called catarrh snufl
until 1 became a vulnahlc tester for such medicines.
I uradnally irrew warso, and no one can know how
much I suffered or what a miserable beiuK Wl". My
head ached over my eyes so that I was contined to
my bud for many successive davs, suffering the most
intense pain, which at one time lasted for ltw hours.
All sense of taste and smell pine, sight and hearing
piiiie, nervous system shattered and constitution
broken, and I was hawking and splttlui seven
eighths of the time. I nraved for death to relievo
me of my sufferings. A favorable nullre In vonr
paper of Dr. Snue a Catarrh Kemeilv Induced nic to.
pun-base a package and use It with Dr. Sage's nasal
douche, which applies the remedy br hydrostatic
lin ssure. the onlv way compatible with common
senile. Well, Mr. J-.ditor, It did not cure mo in three
fourths of a second, nor iu one hour or mouth, hut
lu leu than eight minutes I was relieved and lu
threu mouths cured and have, remained so for over
lfi months. While using the Catarrh Kemedy I used
Dr. Pierce's (iolden Medical Dim-overt to purify mt
blood and strengthen my stomach. I" also kept my
liver active ami bowels regular hy the use of his
Pleasaut Puriiiitive Tellets. If my experience will
Induce other sufferers to seek the same means of re
lief, this letter will have answered Its purpose.
Vours truly, b. D. KEN NICK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES;
The following named persons are among the"
thousauds who have been cured of catarrh by lh
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedv:
A K Downs, New (ieneva. Pa; 'D J Brown St. Jo
scph. Mo; K V Lewis. Ittitlaud Vt; Chas Norcrop,
North Chesterfield. Me; Milton .Toues, hcrlba, N V:
1 E Miller, Mrldger Statiou. Wr; J C Merryman,
J! M,V"t'L,,Ksporu Ind; J V Ilallet. TremouW.
Pa: II B Arers, Laporte. Ind; Jesse M'Si-ars, k'sjrt.
Ilranch, Ind; L L Williams. Canton, Mo: W W"
hayer, Onurga, III; S (1 Nichols, Jr, liulvaston,.
lex ; r lielnert, Sloneville, Pa : S W I.usk, McKar
Intnl. Wis; Johnson Williams, Helmlck.O; Mrs .V
A Curry. Trvnton, Tenn; J () Jnslln, Ki-i-ne. N II a
A J Casper, Tal.'e Hock, W Vn; Louis Anders,,
(ravsport, (; C II Chase. Klkhurt; lud; Mrs llei
ft Ilalght. San Krw.s.lsco, Cal; Mrs E M (iallush.
Lawrencevlllo, N Y; W J (irahani, Adel, lo; AO
Smith, Newman, (ia: Chas K Hice, Hallliinirc, Md; ;
.lesse M Sear", Carlisle, Ind; Dan II Miller. Kort
"Avm:'. .In1i Mr" Minnio Arualse. ittsl Dulancy-au
N ; II Hull. IlnHiiiiL's. Mich; Wm K .Marstoo.
Lowell, Mass; Mrt C J Spurtoii. Camden. Al; t F '
haw. rreilcrliktown. O; Mrs Lucv llunu-r. Farm.
lii!.Mo!i. Ill ; Opt E J Spnuldlng, Camp Sambaugli
Mv; I Tnicy, Stenmboat Hock, lo; Mrs I.Tdla.
Walte, Sbuslmn, N Y; ,1 M Peck, Jntieilon Cltt,
.Mont; Henry Hme natit.is, Cul; L P CbbidiIiii: .
Ihintoul, III: ,s h Jones. Pneheston, Four Corners,.
'"i'.' "" Konl. Cnl; Wm E Hurtrle .
sterling Pa; II P Sam. Hh Penn-st. Plttshor-.Pit; Ji
H Jackmaii. Misuel s 11, put, Ky; Henry Zuliiet, ln
eva. N ; Ilaltle Parrot. Monigomerv, Ohio; L Lrc?
work, Chiithum, 111; SB McCoy, Nas'hporl. U; W W
Warner. North Jackson. Mich: Murv A Wlune, Da
rleu. wis; John Ziegler, Carllse Springs, Pa: Jas
Tompkins, St Cloud. Mlun; Enoch liner. Piiwnco
( Ity. Nehj Joseph T Miller, Xenla, O: S H Nichols,
(.alveston. lex; II L LalnL fptier Alton, 111; John
Davis Present!. Arixona: Mrs Niincv tlraham, For
est Grove, Oregou; J W Koherts, llaricopa, Art-
(itOLDKN IeDICAT. DlSCOVKKY
It alterative, or blood-cleauiiiiR,
Golden Medical Discoveuy
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cholagogne, or Liter Stluiulaut.
Golden Medical Disco veky
Is tonic. '
Golden Medical Discoveuy
Ilv reason of lis alterative pn inert Ir cures disease
of the bliHid and sklu, as scrofula or king's evil ; tu-
in, -is. 11,,,-rs, .ir inn sores; oiotcties; plmplesj
....... .., .,.,. .... ,,,.ci nn (lecionii propertle
t cures bronchial, throat and lung affectlona: iuclii-
llilll flltlutl llllillon . II.......I.. .. - . , I
i ..... .i.i V: i I i.ouKns aim rurontc
larynL'llls. Itsclioliigogue iimlHles render It an tin
eitialed rcmeilr for biliousness, tnild liter, or "lit
er complaint; and lis ionic properties niako il
equally efflcaclons n curing Indigestion, lose of ap
peine and dysK-psla.
Where the all n i llnw Bn.t .-i.t. vi .... .
- .- .... ... . r...,n r.,i ,uieri-u wim oioicnev
and iiimples, or where there are scrofulous atluc
t ons and awe lugs, a few bottle) of (Jolden Medical
II iieiiverv wl Milni . .. ...i . . :
, it, ..... ........ nl) uniiro CHrC 1IVOU ICUl
dull, rirowsv, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
oryellowlsh hrown sputa on face or hodv, frequent
leailuclie or dullness, had taste In mouth, Interna)
heat or chills a,lnrnated with hot (Inshes, low spirit
and gloomy forebodings, Irregular appetite anil
tot L ie coated, tun are suffering from torpid liter
" Z l" "'""J cu"" over complaint
only purl of these symptoms are eiperlenred. As a
Mineily for all such casus. Dr. Pierce s Uolden Medl
cnl I'lscovery has no equal, as It effects perfect cure,
leaving the liver Ktreugtheued aud healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DR. R. V. TIERCE
Is the solo proprietor and manufacturer ot tbo fort-
Kiinm renieiiies. all or which are sold bv druggists.
He. Is also the author of the People's Common Sens
Medical Adviser, a. work of nearly one thousand
pagea, with two hundred and eighty-two wmid en
griiylngs and colored plates. Ho lias alreaily told ol
tula popular work
OVER 100,000 COPIES.
- I ' V ' In,'.'' , 1 1
rrlco (postpild) I.W. Addreai
. R. V. TIERCE, M, D.,
' Wwld'i Dlspenaary, Buffalo, Hw Tor.