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THE DAILY CAIRO MTLLhTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, .TULT ..".I 1678.
M0 FEET ABOVE THE SEA.
The following tcot 1 inouiiiln arc frmn Me.r. ,1.
Itoswiirlh 4 l'o.. Denver, t'nl., larnc and Infill
entlai dniuKl.t.. Tb'y report unprecedciitly lari-e
ialioiii.il universal .atl.lacilou. o other d I
I. o alurinliiiily prevalent lu that rciflou. They
.peak ill the. following ifi iitltmrn a among their
J. O. I)nwurth 4 Co., Denver. Col,: ientlemen
Prompted by i fcllowfi-ellnir forlhosc aflil' Od with
with Catarrh. I wl.b In add niv U.tlnionv In behalf
of SANKnKD'8 KADI ALCl'KK rnK CATAIUtll.
I Lave Ihtu sorely afflicted with thin fearlul disease
for four year, and have tried every known remedy
without mail, until I Ix.uu'Ut bottle of the above
THE frum you. whlrh itavo me alino.t in.lant re
lief. It belli? a constitution! an well an a Infill
Kindly. I believe It to Ik- all that U claimed for It.
a Kadiial ( urr for Calur.rh.
Vcrv truly your.. WM. AMKTIVE.
J)ivtr, Sept. 1, K5, with Jcn.on, Ulisi Si Co.
Mo.r J . Ho.worth ii l'o.. Di-uvcr:
iKXTt.r.a'rx : I lake t l.rn-iir- In rcconimetidln::
HA.N'Eolll) S KADKAL CI UK YH CATAKKH
to nil wli an- affined with I It I o disease. I
L'n-atlr a.Hirtcd with It for a loiitf time, and cured
It with too bottle, of tin- above (1 HK Ahoiit a
year afterward I was Biraln laki .u with Catarrh quite
.evenly, and Immediately sent for another luilllr
which 'fixed itiv all rliflit, irlvlnn m rrll. f from thr
flrl die. 1 am confident that thi. remedy will do
all that In claimed (or It. and more ton. Wishing
you .ucct-M in lt Introduction. 1 am very truly
your.. A. V. SMITH, ul Smith 4; Doll.
Denver, Oct. 4. Ic75.
Mi'mri. J. O. Bosworth A Co.. lii-tivrr. t'nl. : Gen-Hcineo-I
have used SANKOKDS IIADIi A I. I liK
KoH CATAKKH. and It ha eiu-ti perfect .ati.fac
lion. I have tried altno.i enrythlnir. and It In the
onlvtlilnv that ha I'lu'ti n.e relief I therefore
take pleasure lu r.t ommcnlli. if It ux to all af
II ii nil with ( atitrrh olany kl in!, and nnVrthl. a. my
tc.llmorv to Iti. benefit.
Vejvtruiv. W. S. IjECKKK-
Denver. IN t. 1 , 17V
KEV .1 It Win. IN SAYS:
One of the het remedies for Catarrh, nay. the
beet remi riv we bavc found In a Itliilmc of .ufler
itikf . I SAN'FoKDs KAIHi AI. ( I HK. it l not
uiipleanmt to lake ihrouifh thv n . I r ; ! . and tin re
cim.c. with ti h hoitli' a rmall k'ln" tiihr for u lu
luhalation It ili-ur. ti.i- hi'ml and throat o
thoroughly that, talo n ah moruini,' on n.iin;
tlfn- arr no unliiiant urn-ltutK atnf no di"nri-uhli-hifltiiitf
during thr rtittri-dnr. t.nt an uuin
rcl.tid !i arn. " of or. and rj.lriitory ort'iinj
It.-v .1 II. Wi.vin. In Ion hi-ftir i Ma j Hi-ii on.
Em h ! kf runuti.r lit. titt' lmMl
Inliaiiiiij Tutu-. w:th lull dlrrtluti for u.- In all
. l'rli'llni Kor rai trail wbulrralc and
ri-lail ('.r'tt:,!i iinjd. u!i-r tlirii:irhoiit tin- I i.t'l
Htnt-ai.d t'and M KKKi I'oTTEK. 't'ii-r:
A-' LU aud whoitKale Uni:'i-. Kotton. Mam.
For Loal I'aiiH, LaniPiif, Soreuos.
akiicsii, Xiunlincss and Inflation of
tin Lunt's Liver, Kidneys, Sjilwii.
IiwcN, ltliultlfr, Ht-art. anl Miwlcs.
arc Hiul to an army of liM-tor and
arm of Hants and sluulis. Even in
I'aralyhii, Fiil'iy or Fits, and Nt i voii
and Involuntary MncoIar Action. tlii
I'lafer, by rallying tin Nervous Forres.
Las cil'ti'ted Cures vtln u every oilier
known remedy lias failed.
PI! ICE CENTS.
Ak for Collins' Voltaic 1'laMer. and
init on Iia vinir it. Sold liy all Wliolc
Mle and Ketail Iructfi-ts tliroiiirlioiit
the I'niti'd Slates and Canada. WEEKS
A I'dTTEI.'. riopiietoi s. l!oton. Mas.
Y I'll YSl LUG K AL
View of Marriage!
-!-- r i -y A Guii to Wi'i'.lorlt
i.'iliip of marria.'e and the
A Nil ra-.in h that iil.tit for It; the
MI1I I IV"' t of l(i-iro'luti'iu and
,,.a., f Vm.i. A
tiM.lt for private, tuiimlt rute reading, 1 V jjgL,
j'ricf 5U ceuta.
A I'lllVATE MEDICAL ADVISEH!
(in all rliimrili rii of a private nature arliinu' from
n-lf aliti-e. rxtif ' or m ret din -anen. with the Wt
nii Hiin nf cure. AX lar-e tmiren. prlre ri cent".
A i-linli al le lure mi tfie ahove lifeae and thoe
nf the thrniit. lunen. caturrb. rupture, the opium
haliil. etc.. price HI ei-ntf.
Kilher hiM.k u tit poft puld mi receipt of price: oi
all three. rtintHlniiif fcaJ pafes. beautifully lllttatra
ted, for 'h i-etlt.
Addrefii I)H. M'TTS. No. 13 X- Bth H.. S-tr.ouiis
men. lima ot vltullty, premature weaknei-a. rncrvn
tiuu of tiiliid and hiidy. disorder of the brain anil
tiervoiiH nvitem. anil "mlerlea rfftillliiK Ihen froni.
upeedilv cured liv HATES' sl'El IKIf IVpareil
bv an eminent plivnlelAU : $1 a cae. 4 for S: told by
flrni.'Kii'li'. Kor eireulnr with full parllciilam, ad
drew UK. BATES. Mi Stato atreel. I'blrau'ii. III.
NO CUKE NO FEE ! f" pru.Ve
hoepllnl. IP Eaiit M'aflilnv'tim ftrvet, l lilcatfo, for
the cure of all private, chronic aud upecial dleae a.
KaaMML wiAKNtfa. smvora iieiiiuty and tmT
MAKitiHiti. permanently cured. Ir. U. In a pradtiat
of the Kefiirm Schonl. and tinea no merenrj'; hnr the
lament practice In the t'nlted Stntea. LAliira r
uuirinit treatment, with borne and board, call or
vvrtte. Everv convenience for patient. Hend fifty
reuUforMA'KKIAUE lil'IDE! v!T5 pittfea lllualrat
fd. Married ladlea and tentlemen aeud flflv centa
for aample of rubber k-ooiln und circular of Impurt
ut Information bv esprena. I'niiPultntinn free and
confidential . Hellable Femulu Win $.'i tox.
C 1 A ASAI.AKY. rertnaueiil alemen want
N I Zl M fed to n il Staple tJnodi' to dealer". No
Vx-"vv,neddlltii!. Kxpene paid. Addrena
B. A. ('RANT l'U.,3.4,0 A 8 Iloiuo St.. I'in
001.n PLATED WATrilES. (henpent In
the world. Satnplf VVateb rree to Aiientn. An
drena, A. C'Ol'i.TEH CO., Chicago. III.
ATT I T IfANn MOKI'HINE HABIT CfKEI)
I 1 1 I I I .11 Tim liriijlniil and only haoluui
cure. Send flnmp for book on
Opium Entltitt. to V. it. Squire, WorllilriKton,
(ireene, County, lnd.
DTEIXO AND RF.XOVATISO.
yOUK OLD CLOTHES
tan m HtAtiTinat.r
DYED Oil UKPAHIED
At Trllllnc Exicnse-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST,
13T Ladiva aud (Junta ' old bati made new.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
IContinuod from Fourth 'Putri'.l ,
Wfiulil iiiiimu voting fur atuto senutur liu
fore tluj noiuiiiiitini) nf u eiiinliiliitu fur n p
rcHentutivf, itml uiovi-d tlmt tlie niiiiiiiiiitiuii
of n tanilldiite fur jStnto wnutor lo jinHt-jmiiL-il
uutil itl'UT tl.e Doiuiuiition of u ciiii
didiitii fir reprcHi'titaiivf,
Mr. IliekH wanted it imxl reanon for tliin
proponed action, and iniikc tpiite UKpurch in
ojipDHitiiiii to Mr. (.'niniliiU'a motinn. Ho
Ruid the motion wah evidently mmlo to de
fent Lin candidutu for Senator and noininiiti1
Mr. FtMitc, whom ho chfiriteteri.ed n u fn.
Hilix'il Niliticiun of the lotul kind, u iinn
lx'hind the ae and not up to time. "Why,''
tiid Mr. Hicka, "he still writes with a pM.se
)Ir. Bloan.of Pok?, replitid to Mr. Hieks
and defended Mr. Footc- aiiitinnt the ani
niadverHiru of the ,'entlenntn from Muhmk'.
it was not u crime to he an old man. The
president of the French Itepulilir, Bisrnarek
and Heuconsiield were all up in the
Hicks "But Footc is not either of these
Sloan "No; but if he had had the op.
tortunities they had he miht have, heen
as great as either, for he is an aide and
anion"; his m-ihliors n distinguished man."
Mr. Slimn then proceeded to throw a few
shells of wit at Mr. Hieks.
Mr. I'urker, of Massac, made the point
that the business of a nomination for State
senator having ls-en entered upon, it could
nut Ik; dii.oseil of in the manner proposed.
The chair ruled that it could.
Mr. Keith, of Johnson, favored the mo
tion to postpone.
Mr. Cntiidiill said he did not make the
motion for the purjMi of advancing
the interests of any nian, but to
allow the tpHstion nf the representative
caiiiiidacy to he ilisKwd of first, since the
election of representative beino; assured and
that of senator Ixiiif,' doubtful, the nomina
tion of representative was the most iuiMr
Mr. Hicks returned to the charge and said
he fur one had no ax to grind. He hail no
tion"; that he wanted to grind. He present
ed the name of Mr. Spann by authority. Hi
Could not yet sec any good reason for the
Mr. IJoyt, of Johnson, said Mr. Sjiann had
told the delegation f Johnson that he would
not accept the nomination if it were tender
ed to him. The Johnson county delegation
wished the postponement.
The motion to poi-tpine was then car
ried. The nomination of representative was
then declared to Is.- in order.
Mr. Sloan nominated Mr. Dan. F. Clark,
of V e.
'.r. Plater nominated Mr. J. Q. A. Led
better, of Hardin.
Mr. Keith nominated Mr. T. G. Farris, of
Johnson. His nomination was seconded in
a brief but pointed speech by Mr. G. A.
Standard, not a delegate. He spoke by
Mr. Hicks nominated Mr. James ('.
Courtney, of Massac. Mr. Parker seconded
A motion to adjourn was defeated.
The first ballot resulted as follows:
.. - .1
M ansae ,
Clark was withdrawn.
Total S PI 4
Mr. Farris having received a majority of
all the votes cast was declared the nominee.
The nomination of a candidate for sena
tor being in order, in addition to Mr. Spann,
of Johnson, and Mr. Forte, of Pope, Mr.
Carter, of Pulaski, nominated Mr. L. F.
Plater, of Hardin.
Mr.W. P. Sloan, pending taking a ballot,
offered the following:
Whereas, It is desirable that there shall
be a consolidation of the votes of the Fifty
first district opposed to the policy of the
Iteimblican party upon the financial and
other questions of public policy.
Hesolved, That in the event of the nomi
nation of a candidate by the National
Greenback convention of this district for
State Senator, unobjectionable in character
and opposed to the election of a Republican
United Stat'.-s Senator, the destructive fi
nancial policy of the Rejiiiblican party and
in favor of economy anil good government,
this convention will pledge the support of
the Democracy of the district to his sup
port, and the nominee of this convention
will withdraw in his favor.
Resolved, That a committee of three be
appointed by the chair to present this pre
amble and resolutions to the National
Greenback convention, and act for this con
vention under the letter and spirit of the
Mr. Hicks opposed the resolutions. He
did not wish to .disclose our plans to the
public. ' '' ' 1 : ' . i
Mr. Sloan defended the resolutions as the
suggestion of a wise policy.
The resolutions were adopted.
Mr. Hicks withdrew Mr. Spnun. Mr.
. i '
Keith, n:i behalf the Johnson county dele
gallon, placed Mr. Spanu again lu Domina
tion. Mr. Parker nominated Mr. Joshua Cope
ltmd, of Massac.
Kootu. Plater. Hpaun, Cope'ntid. Blink.
V. r, -
4 7k t
Mr. Foote was withdrawn.
J'laier. Hpann. Copcland.
Mr. Spann having received a majority of
all the votscast was declared the nominee
for State Senator.
Mr. Crandall moved that a committee of
three be appointed to inform Mr. Spann and
Mr. Farris of the action of the convention,
and request their presence. The chairman
appointed Crandall, Hicks and Sloan.
During the absence of this committee a
motion was made that the chairman ap
point a central committee of one from each
county. The chair, on the suggestion of the
respective dclcgfttcs.appointed the following
Hardin J. Q. A. Lcdbcttrr;
Johnson James W. Gore;
Massac James C. Courtney;
Pulaski Henry G. Carter.
Mr. Hicks introduced Mr. Farris, the
nominee for representative. He was re
ceived with applause, and made a speech
of thanks, promising to do all in his power
not only to elect himself but to elect all the
nominees of the ticket and increase the
Mr. Spann, nominee for state senator, was
introduced, and thanked thu convention in
a good, hearty speech.
Messrs. Ledlx tter, Courtney. Watkins and
Obcrly made brief speeches, after which the
Bv evry e onidc ration of profit, if not of
propriety, that which sustains and strength
ens the system should be absolutely pure.
Boils, pimples, eruptions, etc., indicate im
poverishment and poisoning of the Mood
and should be removed by Dr. Bull's Blood
Mixture, which strengthens the blood and
keeps it always pure.
On and after August 1st the price of Ice
will be advanced to ) cents per pound
for one hundred Miunds and upwards, and
3 cents per pound for quantities less than
one hundred pounds. This is rendered
necessary owing to the scarcity of the ice
crop and the advance in the price of ice
North. Ytm ifc Skiihian.
Advance in Ice. On August 1st, the
price of Ice will be advanced to one and
a half cents per pound for 100 pounds and
upward, and to two cents for less than 100
pounds. Advance in the price of ice North
of Cairo, occasioned by the shortness of the
ice crop, render this increase necessary.
F. M. "Ward.
If p. Notice. On nd after August 1st.
the price of Ice will be advanced to one
cent and a half per winnd for 100 Miunds
and upward, and two cents per pound in
less quantities than 100 pounds. This is
rendered necessary by the scarcity of the
ice crop and the advance in the price of ice
North of us. Jacoii Klf.e.
Choice Bacon, Hams. Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Suit Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc.. etc., all in good stock and fur sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Wright.
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman
laundry on Fourth street,
ington and Commercial
this method of informing
and patrons tlr.t she
vices, and solicits their
has reduced prices to suit
, who has her
her old friends
is at their ser
"There is a wide field of noble activi
ties which women may occupy, and where
they may do incalculable good, without lec
turing to a jauntily fashionable audience on
subjects which cleanly men do not discuss
among themselves, and which even profes
sional men treat with reserve, and without
either polluting the ears of the young by
detailing symptoms and treatment when
unnecessary, or parading technical knowl
edge to an idle knot of unprofessional lis
teners. London World.
MlI.ESTOSKS ON TnE KOAI) TO IIKAt.TII.
The recover' of digestion nnd the resump
tion of activity by the liver, liowelaand kid
neys are milestones which mark our pro
gresss on the road to health. They speed
ily become perceptible when Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is used by thu invalid.
Nothing so surely and expeditiously con
sumes the distance to the desired goal.
As no Inidily function ran suffer interrup
tion without impairing the general health
of the system, so the system can never
Require- perfect vigor, health's synonym,
until that function bo actively resumed.
Take, for instance, digestion, a suspension
of which is invariably rectified by the
Bitters. If the organs UMn which it de
volves grow weak, biliousness, constipation,
headache, poverty of the blood, and a hun
dred other symptoms supervene, which
indicate unmistakably the baneful general
Influence of dyspepshv. Tho disappearance
of all these symptoms through thu use of
tho Bitters shows with what thoroughness it
remove their cause.
John B. Maude, Vieknblirg.
Commonwealth, New Orleans.
Jain,; F!sk, p.tducah.
Marlin Speed, Cincinnati.
John B. M oid", St. L'Uis.
Commonwealth, St. Louis.
James Fisk. Padueah.
Marlin Speed, Memphis,
lit Eads and liargi s, St. Louis.
Tlu rivers are tailing with 4 feet U tween
here and Evansvil.e and 7 feet to St. Louis.
The City of Vic ksburg up and the City of
Helena down are due to-day.
Tho Nashville, l'mm Pittsburg for St.
St. Louis, reshipped her freight at Padueah
and goes to Mini i son, lnd.. with a load of
Tho Commonwealth, from New Orleans,
passed up yesterday.
Tho Marlin Speed passed down for Mem
phis.yesterday. The family of ("apt. Speed
is accompanying him on the trip.
The Port Eads and barges, departed for
St. Louis early yesterday morning,
The John B. Maude passed with a fair
upstream cargo for St. Louis.
As Astonish ino Fait. A large propor
tion of the American people nrc to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. Th" result of thesediseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment und usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you w ill only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take tl.e
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one Isittle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtu", with satisfactory
results in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten rents to try. Three doses
will relieve the worst rase. Positively sold
by all druggists on the Western Continent.
Bowel and Liver Regulator
To cure more pi-inor.r than any other M-dliii e.
Chill and Fever Cure
Tn contain tin nlre. bp-tIc. ii;lnlnp. poion or
mlnerr.l One bottle wiil cure l"H r at.il niori lr
onn than any olberllill and Fever Tonic. Pure
W'holenale bv Prrrlnv I'rotbern. Cairo. Tllnoln
and retailed ' ! lie l-e.'i (lr:i''t'inin. An them for
UK. IHI.-i tfcS tTKATlVK 1'KACTIi E OF
X KDH'INE.or sent free to anv address. Onlv made
by Or. Iltil t'ee. Sr. fc Son-. HiJ Ea-t Jeffcmotj St ,
j.oiim, mi', iv.
J. F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
'I'he irreat nuccenn and delight of the people. In
1 fai t. nolhltii; like it han ever teen oft-red the
American peopie which him no quickly found il wav
liilo their L'ooil favor and heartv approval as E. F.
Hankie' Hitter Wine of Iron.' It d,,e nil It pro
poen. and than fives universal satMaction, it i
Kuaranleed toctire the wor-t cane, of ilynpeyi-la or
iidircntion, kidnev or liver ilineune." weuknen.
liervidiaiien. loti-tipatlon. ai hiil, of the stomach.
Ac. Out the genuine. Onlv nolii In Jl.uu bottles,
lieiiol and office. i'i!i Noitu "Ninth sireet, Philadel
phia. Ank for Kuukle'. and tuke no other. Sold by
Dysyepsia! Dyspepsia! Iiyspopsia!
E. F. Hunker. Hitter Wine of Iron Is a nitre cure
for tbi diw-ase. It bun been pres. rllied ilailv lor
iiiuuy yearn in the practice of eminent phy-icians
with unparalleled nuccen. Symptom are' lima
appetite, w ind and rlnlim of food, dryness lu mouth,
headache, dl.ilienn. nleeplennuo Bnd low spirits.
Oil the 1-enuliie. Nut nuld iu bulk, onlv in bot
tle. Sold by all drnic-int. A'k for E. V. Knukle's
Hitter Wine of Irou. and take no other. Jl per bot
tle, or Jii for nix holtien. All I a-k a rriiti of thin
valuable medicine. A trial will con vim e vou at
WORMS! WORMS: WORMS!
E. F. Kunkle'p Worm Syrup never fail to remove
all kind of Woriim. Seat, pin and Hoimu b worm
are readily removed by Kuukle worm M rnp. Ilr.
Kunkif is the onlv successful phvsh ian that can re
move tape worm in from tun to four bourn. He ha
no fee until head aud all passe, alive and iu thia
space of time. Common ne teaches if tape worm
can be removed all other worm, can be ri adllv re
moved. Ak your driiL-fini for a bottle of Kunkel
Worm Syrup, l'rice $1 er bottle. It never fail.
or send to the doctor for circular. No. i'H North
Ninth atreet, I'hlladelpliia, pa. Advice free.
Will be received at the City Clerk' nfflro until A
o'clock of Tuesday. Alien. t Pith. 17. lor the City
Fruiting for one year. Said bid. muni include I his
cost of publishing the council irocei-dlti)f, ordi
nance, and notice of all kinds, Inserted bv any city
officer, or by order of the cltyeotiui'll.
The city reservea Ihe rlnhitoreleet nnvorall bid.
.1. t). l'HILLIS, City Clerk.
Cairo, 111., July !i, 187s.
0TICE TO CONTHATORS.
Orrirt or C'itv Clerk I
Caiiio, III., Jclt i."i, ISTS. (
Healed propomla will be received at thl ofilec
until II o'clock p. m.. o 'Tuesday, pith day of An
Kiit, 1STS. for liirnlnhliii: all material (exccptlnx
such pliui a I now owned by ihe citv) and dolnii
all work necen.ary In pulling a drainage pipe
Ihnmnh the Ohio Levee, at or m-nr Tblriv-elirhth
etreet. accorilliii; to plan mid .puclllcatlonn ninje by
J. I. Hely. civil engineer, mid now on file in tin
office. Said work to be done under the direction
and iipervialmi of the Committee on Drainage.
The right to reject airy or all bid I. reserved by
the city. J. H. PII1LI.IS, City Clerk.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tho Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOW VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I PaSiirt Til
Coin menial Ave, villi IF, 1J1.
C. O. PATIElt 6c CO.
Capcine Porous Plaster!
Vtireat Improvi-im HI
on the ordinary or
puln kilili.ii aent In one.
The manufacturer received the hlfhe.t and only
v;irtl jlvi n to I'o.-o.i. I'laater.' at the I eiitennlal.
We w arrant Hi-Iimm'. I'aoelno I'lanler to lm .unis
rlor to ull other 1'oroii. I'limu rsauU luall llniuient.
ASK THOSE VII0 KNOW
A-k any phvlc!nn If Itenon'. Cnju-lt:,. I'oroii.
I'la-lwr In not the le nt nlonter lu the world. Tni.
n iuarkiible article w:i- Invent.! to overcome Ihe
jjnai objection mwayn found to the ordinary poroui
plaster of slow action iu hrlimlng relief.
LAM K HACK.
For lame and weak back, rnenmali.m. tronhlna of
the nplne and kldneyn. It in a truly wonderful reine
ly. I'hynlciiii.n everywhere recoiinUe Ii ttreal u-in-rlorltv
to oilier iiomii. iilasicr and to all lini
ment. It relieve, pain at once and cure quicker
than any known planter, liniment or compound.
P TTTTYV THEHEnredanL'cmii.and
LiV L 1 A" .'Wortliles. iniltafinii. of
llen.on . Capcine I'lanter in the market. The (fen
nine have tlie word "Capcine" cut throuifh each
inter, soni ny all iiriiL'int. rrlic 'wcent..
THE ONLY 25 CENT
IX THE WOULD,
A safe aii'4 reliable substi
tute for Quinine. The irreat
tasteless medicine lor all di
seases caused by Material
Poison in;;, being a preventa
tive as well as a certain renie
Dumb Ague, Ague Cake, IJe
niittent. Intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, Bvspepsia
and Central Debility: Uie best
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Trice 25 cents her
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(A MEDICINE, NOT A HHINK.)
HOPS, IUTHU. MANDRAKE,
Asn Tlie Pt'nr.T anii Itn.T Mkiiical Qcalitie.
or all oTiir.ii Bin mi..
All I).eae. of the Stomiich. Howcln. nioiid.
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Are not advertlned a "cure-alls" hut are apeclAc lo
tlm dinea.ea for which they are recommended.
INVESTIGATORS of natnral .cleneo have demon
United beyond controversy that thrnuiihout the
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only law voiichnfliir thrift and perpetuity. line, not
the name principle irovern the commercial pnwperlty
of many An Inferior can not uperede apuri
arllcle, By reanon of superior merit Dr. l'lerce'i
standard Medicine, have outrivaled all other.
Their ale In the I'nlted State, alone exceed one
million dollar per annum, while the amount ex
ported foot up to several hundred thoimaud more..
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy'
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
It. cure extendi over a period of 'JO rear..
Dr. Sage's Catarrh 'Remedy
It. .ale couttantly liicrea.es.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure, by It. mild, toothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Carta cold lu bead and Caturrb, or Ozueua.
Ail Oiien Letter-It Sak. for Itself:
Rikkmht. Mas.. April 2, 1S77.
Mu. EiiiToii: Having read In your paper the re
port of iLe remarkable core of caiiirrh. I am In
duced to ten what i know ahout catarrh, und 1 fan
cy the "miifl" and "inhailiii; tube " maker mere
dollar crabber. would be irlnil if they could eiubla
r.oii a similar cure in Ihe papers. Kor twentv .ear
I have unrcd with catarrh. The ua.al paat:ea
became completely cloned. Snuff, rtunt, ashe. In
haltnif lube and .tick would not work, though at
Intervals I would snuff up the .o-callsd catarrh .nnfi
iiulil I became a valuuhle tester for nuch medicine..
I gradually iircvv wrne, and no one can know how
much I .uflcreil or what a mlnerable heiui; wan. My
head ached over my eye. no thut I wa ciiiilined I.
my bed for many uccelvc day, .uft'orlui; the niont
intense pain, w hich at one tHiic lasted for UM hour.
All sense of taste and smell (jone, inht and bearing
sotie, iiervou syslein shattered and coii.tiiutiow
broken, and I wa. Iiawkiint and nplltliiu .even
eighth of tlie time. 1 prayed for death lo rellev.
me of my .uiferlnL'. A favorable nutice In your
paper of llr. Sntre' Catarrh Kemedy Induced nie In
jiurcunne a package ami line It with Dr. Suc'. nasal
douche, which uiiplle the reineiiy by hydrostatic
pressure, the only way compatible with' common
sense. Well, Mr. Editor, It did not cure me in three
fourths of a second, not In one hour or month, but
in Ip-s than eielil minute 1 wa relieved and In
three mouth cured and have remained o for over
II month. While uIiil' the Catarrh Kemedy I used
Dr. I'ierce' Oolden Medical Discovery lo piirlfy my
blood ami strenethen my stomach. I also kept i.y
liver active ami bowel regular hy the u.e of hi.
I'lea.aut I'ltrttatlve I'ellet.. If my experience will
Induce other eufferer to i-ek Ihe .ame mean of re
lief, thl. letter will have answered it purpimi-.
Your truly, S. D. KENNICK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named person are anions the
Ihou.aiiil who have been cured of catarrh by th.
u.e of Dr. Saire'. I'atarrh Kemedy:
AF Down.. New Geneva, l'a; 'I) J Brown St. Jo
.eph. Mo; K C Lewi. Kntlaiid Vt; Cha Norcrop,
Nortb Chester nelil. Me; Milton June. Sir ilia. N V;
.1 E Miller. Ilridirer Station. Wv; J C Merrym.u,
M M 1'ont. Lok'an.port. lnd; J W Bailey, Tremotit,
l'a; II 11 Aver.. Laporte. Iud; Je.sn M Sear. Fort
Branch, Iud; L L William, Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer. Onariru. Ill; S B Nichols. Jr. (.alventou,
Tex; F Itelnert. Stoiievllle. l'a; S W Lusk, .Me Far
land. Wis; .lohn.on Williams, lleliulck. O; Mrs ,M
A t urn-, Treiitou. 'I'enn: J O Jo.llu. Keeiie. N II;
A J Casper. T'ul.'e Knck, W Va; Louis Aiidern,
(iruvnport, O; C It Chase. Elkhart: lnd; Mr Hen
ry Halt-lit. Sau Frai-.isi o. Cal; Mrs E M Oalliisha,
Lawn nceville. N Y: W J Oriiham, Adel, lo; A O
smith. Newman, (iu: Cha. E Klce. Baltimore, Md;
.lesse M Sear. Carlisle. Iud; Dau B Miller. Fort
Wayne. lnd; Mr Minnie Ariiale, SWl Delancv-at,
N ; II W Hall. Hiistiio's. Mich; Win F Martoa,
Lowell. Mas; Mrs CJ Spurton. Cainileli, Ala; C F
Kaw. Freilerlcktowii. O: Mm Lucv Hunter. Farm
liifton, 111; C pt E J Spauldiiic. Conip SlambauL'h.
Wy; 1 W Tracv, Steamboat Kock, lo; Mr I.vilia
Waile, Shuhaii. N Y; JM Peck, Junction Citv,
Mont: Henry Hoe- Hantii. Cal; I, 1' l'nminlui;,
Knntiiiil, III: HE Jo Pnebeslon. Four Corners,
N Y: (feu F Hull. Ebonlo, Cal; Win R Bttrlrlu,
sterllnnl'a; II P Sum. Wh I'enn-st, Pittsburg!. Pa: J
K.lackmali. Ml.tlel'. Depot, Kv; Ileurv Zohlsl. tien
evil. N Y: Hattie Parrot. Mnnt).'oinen Ohio; L Led
work. Cliiilhuiii. Ill; S B Mcl'ov, Nas'hport. O; W W
Warner. North Jackson. Mich; Marv A Wliinii, Da
rleu, Wis; John li L'ler. Carllse Spriuus, l'a; .la
Toinpkiun, St Cloud, Minu; Enoch Duer. Pawnee
Citv, Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xeniu, O: S 11 Nichols,
Oiilvenliiii. Tex; II I. Lulrtl. I'pper Alton. Ill; John
Davl Present t. Arizona: Mrs Nancv tiraham, For
est Orove, Ore'ou; J W Huberts, larieopa, Ari
zona. Golden Medical Discovery
Is alterative, or blood-cleuuelni;.
Golden aIedical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a CbolaKoijoe, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of It. alterative pronertle cure, dl.ea.es
of the blood and .klu, a. scrofula or klun'a evil; tu
mors; ulcer, or old .ore: blotches; pimple
aud eruption.. By virtue of It. pectoral properties
It cures bronchial, throat andJiijiKaflcctloua; Incip
ient cimtmtnptinn; llnuvrlnp'ciiiiith. and chronic
laryniritl. Its cholau'ouue qualities render It an un
ciiiialed remedy for blllou.iie... torpid llrer.or "llr
cr complaint;' and It. tonic prbplTtic. make It
equally eftlraclou. iu curlnu ludlire.tlon, lo. of ap
petite and dyspepsia.
Where ihe skin Is sallow and covered with blotches
and plmiile. or where thero are .croliilou aftec
tion. and . welling, a few bottle. ofUoldeu Medical
Discovery will effect an untirn mm If...,, 1..-1
dull, drow.r. debllliHted. have .allow color of .klu,
oryellmvlsh-hrown .pot 00 face or body, freoucnl
headache or ill.ine. badta.teln mouih, Internal
heat or rhlll aUernated with hot flu.be., low aplrit.
and gloomy foreboding. Irregular appetite and
toiiL'iie coated, you are .ufferluir from torpid liver
or billoiimess. In many case, ol .lver complaint
only part of the.e symptom art experienced. A a
remedy for all .lied ca.ee, Dr. Pierce'. Hidden Medi
cal Discovery ua.no equal, a. It eflect. perfect cure.,
leaving th liver atretigtbeued aud healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
, PR. R. V. PIERCE
la the pole proprietor aud manufacturer ol the fore
KoltiK remedies, all of which are .old by driiiwl.t..
lie la al.o the author of tho People' Common fcen.e
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thousand
patte, with two hundred aud elelity-two wood eu-
Sruvlnn. and colored plate., lie bai already sold of
ila popular work
OVER 100,000 COPIES.
Price (poftpahD $1.50. Addrts
R. V. riERCEi M. D.,
World'! Dtepeaiary, Buffalo, New Ton.