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Cajicine Porous Plaster!
on ilic ordinary per-
a I it-k ill in agent ill unu.
The manufacturers received Die hlghet and only
ward (Ivi-u in I'urciiii" Plasters til Km ( ctit.iiiilal.
Wo warrant Unison ( iipclue plaster to lie supe
rior In all other Porous Plaster, and in all lluiincnu,
ASK tiio.sk who know
Ask any physician If Bcu.on'. Capclne I'nroni
Plaster I. not the brat plaster In lliu world. This
remarkable article was Invented In overcome (hi)
great oblcctlon always fnml to tin- ordinary poroti.
piusicrui iuw acuou ill onugiug rcim, ,
For 1am and weak hack, rheumatism, trouble of
tliv spine ami kidneys. It is u truly wonderful rcme
Physicians everywhere r.-ioghl.u It great .11
pcrlorlty to other porous pliisto rs and to all llnl
tJx-iitN. It relieve. "i in at oiki! and cure quicker
mau any auowu piaster, nniiue-nt or coinpoilua.
n ATTTIAV TltEHEaredangerotisand
UJ I l , worthless Iniltiitlniia of
ll.n.nii s laprlne Plaster In the market. The gdi
ulne have the word -'Cap.-lue'' rut tiiroiitrb curb
peasicr. isoiq ny all urugglsu. 1 ' cent.
rjMIE ONLY S3 CENT
I.N THE WORLD,
A wife and relialde .substi
tute foi Quinine. The irreat
tasteless medicine lor all di
seases caused by Material
Poisoning, lieinir a preventa
tive as well as a certain reme
Piniil, Ague, Airue Cake, Ile
mittent. liitennittent Fevers.
Kidney Conmlaint. Hyspeosia
and Central iMiilitvMheiH'st
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Price" 25 cents ber
box. Family boxes 81.00. Sold
by DruirirhR Mailed on re
ceipt of price.
Ill N A s k Co.. W.k.tiii Kmrrr. New
Yoiik. Ten n -ul explanatory book mailed free on
.l'l i.y HWDLAY lilius.. I'ai l (,. 1 urn.
Druggi.i.. ( a.ro 111.
Mix KI.L.ANKOIV..NKW Al EKTIEMEMS
even -.hot !
1 volver with 1 1
cartridge. Addr J. Hown "tun. I., i. 1
W.hkI M . Pil'.burg. Pa 4w.
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Illr N.wpnp. rHlih inn. Ji inl.rin.iiiitii av.otn i-i..t
of Plain.. hij.I I irjnii. n ni (r-.-. Pl.-a..- adiir-"
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, Tin- oi.ly i ..tiil.inalii.n of
;tn- tnii- J .tiiai. a Ihuj-t
with i ln.ii i- Aniiuatii-. and
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mi rrrt bur. M i t i
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I'ari.n' T'lrMllvr I'!V. inaki- N.-w hii h lllond.
and will iiMriplcii'ii' uaii.'r !li" I IiiimI In tin' .'iilln-arali-iu
In thr.i- tuoiitli". Aay p.-rmn who willl.akr
1 pill .-ai ti ni.'ht Iroin 1 to 1.' i-i k may n- rt-.ton-d
to .uud lnn!lli. -,f un li allilt.L' I"' ii.IMi' x.-nt
liy mall for 1' Mi r .tmiipi.. I S Ji illNsoN A I ( i .
Itantfor. Mir. 4w.
HE GREAT ENGLISH ItE.MEDV
OKAY'S M'K IKIC MK.Mi INF..
p.iln!!y nroiii iRADl MARIC
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farini; iiiri- for
s.-iiiiiial W i n k n
' p. riii!iti.rlii-ii. Ini
polriKV, ami all
dlM-ll-rH tllllt fol
low u n .'iiii'iii'i'
on Ifarm.i.; a..
I.o. of Mi'iimrv.
Hm k. Hiiiin. .. of thu VIlon. l'ri tnaiiirc did Al'.-.
suit many ntb-r dlfni- that li ad to Inmnlty. cim
auniptloii and a I'n-iniiliin- liravi-, all of w hli h i. H
rain un1 tlrt caiii-d by di-viailiu' from tin- path of
tiMtirrr- ami rivc-r-l ml u i.tk-,-. i n.. Mpi i llli- Mi-illi liii'
in the ri-ault of a llfi- indy und mimy yrnra of i-.x-pi'rli-ni-.1
In trralltii tln-w pi-rial ill.i-iWi-"
Full parllniluri. In our paniplilid". wlilrh wc de
sire to aelid In-e hv mall to every one.
The Su-rlrt- Mi' dlrlne I. ulil l.v all ilmcirlata at
fl per piirkaie. or "l-i pni ka.-i'i. or J'i. or will hv
unit hy mull un reri-liit of Hie tnoiiev hv nddreliii
TICK 4 It A V MKDM'INK CO..
No. in Mei hnnlc' Hloek. Iikthoit. Mini.
jrSold In Cinro. 111., hy (i. (m iicii, iitiil
liy )rimi;irla everywhere.
Powel and Liver
To euro umru penoina tlisn sny oilier Medlclnu,
Chill and-Fever Cure
To rotitiilli tin nlma. nnx hle. (mlnlne. iinl.oii or
iiilncnil. (ne hoitli. will rum hettnr and more per
una than liny oilier (.'Mil ami Fever T . llnr..
M'liole.iiln by Uiirelnv llrothera
Clewim bsg"2sd Tolacco
Iniiil ret'llleil nv ine neat tmueta. Ak them for
MH Ml L ( KK'M ( t'HATIVE I'llAl'Tlt'K OK
iirnn i r..nr ' iii iree hi any ainirem dniv inaild
mjt lr. llit.i;co, wr. & Hona. 105 Kimt JeiTerimu ti.,
uwuir , 1UL-, .1 i
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
0I'EXIX OF THE DEMOCIIATIC
CAMPAIGN IX IX 01 AS A.
HPErX.II liV KX-WOV. IIKMJltll'KS AT INDIAIA
, I'CIU. - .
Im)Ian.u-(i!.ih, Intl., Any. fJ.-Thc Demo
crtitic c-uniiaioii ww (im iii-i1 liore ti)-nilit I.y
c-x-Oov. Ilciiilrii kH in a Kjim-h t .Miimmic
hall. Tliu l'lillDwinjf in it lu-icf huminiiry of
the governor'- rem.irks: After referring to
tlie evil reult. of the unequal apportion
ment of tlio Htntv !' the act of 173 11ml the
cnine ierpetniteil in jiliu.-iiit; ft man in tin
prewuontmi cnairnot choR-n lv the neonle
lieriaid: Xeeil I reiniipl vou that tlw m vt
legislature w ill choose a L'niteil States hmiu-
tor ami that the political character of the
ienuto may depend Uhui that choice? I aup.
poM) the iiiiort of the Democratic Iciisla.
tive ticket mean Mr. Voorhces for senator
nnn inn ivpuiilican ticket Gen. Harrison.
They are Inith -ntlemen of al.ilitv, hut they
represent verytlihVrent political opinions and
purposes. If voting directly for senator,
I...... 1 1 .... 1 . . " '
mm woiiiu your iiaiun he castf You arc
sincere una earnest in your opinions and
w ill not throw your votes away upon a leg
iMiitive ticket that you know cannot he
elected. X or do you wish to hold an un
ci rnun jMihition is tween the two partie to
III) 1 1liNfi iriojl 11-iM. nar ) I T . ... 'al 1 1
fii'i "lllMU IW J J1UW IIKU Will
. . j 1 .
youYoiei .-ir. yisiniees neiieves that na
tional l.ank notes should he retired and
that in lieu thereof there should he
L'ovcrninent an eoual amount of
treasury notes, and that the right to ir-MR
paper money ns well H ro)n s tlu ,.xcu.
sive prerogative of the government. He al-
ni lielu-ves that coii'Tess should nrovide
for the taxation hy the states of the United
Nates treasury notes as other money is tax
ed.and he helieves the policy of Gen. Grant 's
anmiuistration and of the present adminis
tration in converting our deht into a foreign
Mci.i is unwise and iiiexn-dient. and that
the true policy of the governmetit and the
U-st inti rist of the people would In; tib
fterved I.y making it a domestic delit.
hy att'i.rding the people the inii.t fav-
orahle and practical opportunities for the
iinestnu-ru o their savinirs in the funded
del.t of the United States. Then the in
terest would he paid at home, and imss
directly into the channels of our trade and
huine.s. Jfe heli.-ves also in the restor
ation of the silver dollar with full legal
tender quality in the payment of all dehts.
Kith pulilie ami tinvnte. and that the coin
age thereof should he m.vlc as free and un
limited as that of gold. I say that Mr.
Voorhee lielieves in these politics and will
support them 111 the senate if elected.
Ucause th are stroni'iv stated in the
I liiis ratic tilatfortn of this state, and he.
stands uj sin that platfi.rm. If Gen. Harri
son is elected will he snpMirt these nu-as-nres.
or any one of them? I think the
opinion he has i .tpret.i.-d would require vou
to answer, no.
llcferrinif to the l.-ihor question he svtiil : I
cannot pass from all further reference to our
platfi.rm without making special mention
of that clause which demands atmrotirinte
legislation for the security of laU.r in its
wages w lien employed I.y the great corpora
tions of the count rv. The security and
lien should le made adequate and the pro
ceeding lor Its entnrecment simtile. sliced v
and cheap. You are to he told that the
success of the Democratic party means pay
ment ior siave nnd Mjiithern claims, even
to the hankruptcy of the treasury. Can it
le necessary to sav that the fourteenth
amendment tothr-constitution forhids much
that yoti are asnre.1 we will do? The con
stitutional inhibition is that neither the
United States nor any state shall assume or
pay any d.-l.t or obligation incurred in aid of
insurrection or rebellion against the United
States or any claim for the loss or enianci.
patmn of any slave. Any man who tellsyoti
that an oh Miration can he assumed or paid in
violation of the constitution deals falselv
with yon. There was. however, a lar"e
class of claims hoth in the North and in the
South not within this prohibition upon
which large sums have already leen paid.
Such claims wen-fur property "taken or oc
cupied by the army during the war army
supplies, hor.es for cavalry and artillery and
lands and house u cupied by the army and
not paid for at the time. Are Democrats
mure likely to pay unjust claims of that
class than Hcpulilicans? They share equally
the burdens of taxation. I make you wit
nesses that throughout its history the
Democratic party has been the party of
economy and exceedingly jealous of old
claims against the government. Judge the
future I.y the past.' It is a safe rule. Which
party has most favored those claims?
Do you ask me what I think of Haves'
Southern policy i He has none. He and
his- administration are incapable of any
policy. What they have done in the South
I approve. For year and years the Demo
cratic party has d-mamled 'that the Imyonet
should be taken from the breast of the
Southern slates, and that they he left where
the constitution placed tli'iii in absolute
control of their domestic aifairn. I think
you asked me al Niut the civil service re
form? It is a sham and a lie. It costs the
country less money than the whisky frauds,
etc., under Grant did, but it is more hypo
critical and meaner. It was given out "tluit
officeholders should attend to their duties
and let politics iilone. The Massachusetts
election came on. The attorney-general,
who was from that state, wrote M the office
holders that they should be zealous and
active, to elect the ticket, and Hayes said:
"Ti s, that is what it meant,"
In closing he said I appeal to you to pre
pare for this contest and that of ItsNO.
What considerations may I urge? Surely I
.1 . . t ...
may say mill I ictnocrailC success will give
assurance of true reform in the civil service,
ultimate reduction in public expenditures
and the adoption of just and liberal policies
of currency and finance. Hut more than
this will he involved in that contest. Gen.
Grant will pmbatily be the llepultlican can
didate, and his candidacy will signify a
strong government always ready to hold thu
people in control. In the midst of the
present hard times, thousands of men have
heen thrown out of employment. Led hy
hope or driven hy fear, they have wandered
from place to place seeking work until all
resources are exhausted and they hecomo
trumps. It is now common to attrih
lite to tin in all nets of violence
and public disturbance over the coun
try. This condition Is made the
pretext for demanding a strong, r and more
arbitrary supervision andcontro'. The gen
eral distress in lnisiness nnd consequent
want of employment for lahor have disturb
ed ami excited the entire tailoring popula
tion, uud that is also uracil as a reason for
coiiteii'ing more ahso'iite authority untie
The pretext of suppressing strikci und lahor
riots. Grant and a ci-ntiulied ami strong
government is the sentiment of us naitv
I Jiou no other ground could his nomination
and his election he urged. Expericno
hrotight to his advisor no reform In th
government. His second ndminstrittion
was wiiHK than the first. To thu faults of
the first the second added all the evils of
personal favoritism, of extiavaganco, of Iu
dian rings, of w hiskey rings and of danger
oils combination to defraud the govern
merit of its revenues. There is no pre
tome mat Ins elevation is necessary to
S'cure a wise and honest adminis
tration of the laws, but iu, his clevutiun
again wo would trample under foot the un
hroken sentiment of the people against i
third term. This movement will not be
easily defeated. The struggle hetvreen free
institutions and the aggressions of iwer
has never Im-uii an easy one. Gen. Grant is
fitted to lead the movement and establish
the new order of things. He has the quul
itn-s and training und is accustomed to
arbitrary authority mid military law
During his entire administration he main
tained his party in many states by the use
! the army, and his disregard of civil
authority whenever it came in the way of
party ambition appears throughout his entire
Dncroiis Gave Him Up. "Is it jsissible
that .Mr, Godlrey i. up and at work, and
cured r.y so simple a remedy?''
'I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, und with liothin? but Hop Hitters
and only ten days ago his doctor gave
him up and said he must die!"'
'Wcll a-day ! If that is so, I will go this
minute and get some for my oor George.
I know hops are good.''
Many a Doi.uii formerly pent on expensive Sul
phur Hatha Is now r-avud hy uhstinitlnjf therefor
(.lenn'f Sulphur Snap, whlrh is Just as heiietUinl
hut Infinitely cheaper. Loral ilUeasen of the kin.
rheumatism and com art- all relieved hy this .land
ard remedy. C omple.tlou hleiul.hei are eradicated
by It. and It Imparts to the cuticle a pearly white
u. s and velvety aoftni-rs which greatly enhance,
the effect of female charms. Ita oothlnir, antiphlo
gistic action con. tluit, It ,rimi. ri.medy for wren,
ulcers, cuts, sprains, .raids, hrul.es. and In fart
very abnormal condition of the ciitlcli- attended by
Inflammation, .welllne or ltchliir. Ladlea moving
In our Ih-i society .peak of Its beautifying proper
tie. In enthusiastic terms, and give it a decided
preference to cosmetics which merely conceal hut
do not, like Glenn'a Sulphur Honp, eradicate defisrt.
of the complexion. The use of nlm ill, .l.ls In.
eruptive complaints Is to lit deprecated because of
their having a tendency to clog the pore, and iu
some cases to aggravalu rather than remedy the
disease. They are. besides, seldom thor.iin.h
enough In their effects to prevent the recurrence of
eruptions of an Inveterate type and have the dis
advantage of soiling Ihe liueu of persona who use
tli.-m. (il.-nn's Sulphur Soap, on the contrary, radi
cally cures the diseases to which It is adapted and
still further recommends Itself on account of it.
cleanliness. It Is. besides, an admirable disinfect
ant of clothing which baa been worn bv persona
afflicted with diseases a contagious nature. As a
specific preventive and promoter of the general
health It preseni. advantages of the most unequiv
ocal description. Sild hy Druggists.
Hill s Hair and Whisker Dye, black or brow n.
Price Wi cents.
OTKE TO C'ONTHATOHS.
Omn or C'itt rim
Cairo. III.. .Ici.y ". l-cs.
until r, ,-o, k p. m.. of Tuesday. 1:1th dav of Au
gust. !"?. for tlirillsliili.' all nn.l. rl.l. ,..;....fi...
such pipe a. Is now owned hv the cltvi and doing
all work iieci-s-nry in putting a drainage pipe
through th'-Ohio Levee, at or m ar Thirn...,.,il.
triii. aero riling to plan and sp,-citi.atloii. made bv
d I . II 11 V. civil l-IIJ-fl.ri.r. ftrwl lw. u' .... -II.. 1.. .Si'.
office, .-.aid work to he done under the direction
and supervision of the Committee on Drainage
1 he right to reject any or ail bids i. re.srv.-d hv
the city. J. H. I'HII.I.IS. i n, i i..,k J
Will he received at the Cliv cl..rl--. nm .....n a
o'clock of Tuesday. August loth. 17S. lor the I'ltv
I rinting for one year. Said bids must include the
in . .ion. in us me council pro. ceilings, ordi
nance, and notices of all kinds. Inserted bv any city
ottlcer. orbyordi-rof theritvcoiiiicil. '
The city reserves the right to n-h-et any or all bids.
,. , .,,, J- B- PH1LI.IS. City Clerk,
t airo. 111.. July 3ft. isrs.
E. F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
rl,he great mcce.s and delight of the people. In
i fa.it. nothing like It ha ,-v,.r heen oil-red th
American people w hich ha. so quickly found Its way
into their good favor and hearty approval as E F
hankies Hitter Wine of Iron tr . .... -li i.
po.es. and thus gives universal satisfaction. Ills
guaranteed to cure the worst cases of dyspepsia or
i -Hum-, ur over fiiseases, weakness
nervousness, constipation, aclilit. of the stomach,
5, ; '"" '"".lieniilli,-. Only .olefin $I.UI hottles,
-. ..... on. ouH ir. -iv.c norm .Mntli .street. I'hlludc!
I I " r nUuKK' uua uo other. Sold by
I.vsycpsia! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
I? ts i.. ... ... . ....
hir thl. discHse. H 1ms been prescribed dally for
wiVi',,';:;"' i",11!0 .i..eMphysiciu;
. r. nuiiHt-i miisr mo or Iron IfC ilisn ......
.. .i. ' V i . -synipionis are loss
appetite, wind and rising of rood, dryness In mouth,
icudiii he. ill..n,.ss. sleeplessness ami low stiirlls
oei ill.- genuine. t .old In hulk, only in h..i.
Z: .!,.' ''-V,B 1 ,lr,""-'i'-t'. . Ask for E. K. Kiiiikle'a
. "o"--"i iron, aim lake no other. 1 per hot
u.-. ... p.. c..r sia nomes. All I ask is a trlah.f this
Milunhle medicine. A Irlul win convince you at
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS 1
ii li i SHI-' ' " "rm ynV D,'ver tM ,0 remove
iir.iii.iF ..i ..onus, r-eai, pui anil stomach worm.
-"- read I v removed hy Kiml-ti.'a worn, si...... i,.
K inkle Is the only successful physician that ran re
m ive tape worm in from two to lour hour. He has
n i fee until head and nil passes alive mid lu this
apace of time. Common sense leaches if tape worm
run ne removed an other worms can be readily re
moved. Ask your druggist Tor a bottle of Kuulcel'i
Worm Syrup. Price t er bottle. It never fulla
or send to tin- doctor lor circular. No. liMJ North
..nun siret-c, i uiinueipiiia. ra. Advice Iree.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth trwt and I rt Til
Coimnerclul Ave., ) 1 Hir, 1)1,
C. O. I'ATIElt Sc CO.
THE MGST'AGREEAIILE TONIC AND
REST STOMACHIC EVER OFFER
ED THE PURLIC.
I I WIT T iJMPHOVE YOI'Il AI'I'E-
- J i TITh. FACILITATE Id--IVK
TON K To TIIK NEKVo s
r,?,.Ll'-M' VHOK TU JiVSIty PART OF 'I'll K
ttll I ; ' ,
TltenKBT IXPAKTtSU Healtu .sl Stkenutii.
NO ItKMKUY SO GOOD
The mecllcal faculty Indorse it for In. pepsin
u.n iiiicu. .tervous Lie i iv. loss of iil,i,. lli .i,,l
... .os. ases arising rr,n . lii.ordi reil 1
r or .torn-
I ersons living In or vl.itlng .eitiona where Mil-
" i nun AKiie. liiiiou. reyer, etc.. are the
characteristic diseases, should he provldedwlth this
valuable medicine. It is a .ur-preventive tor all
aliment, arlslug from malarial causes. It la a
one of the best remedial agent, which the science
of chemistry has placed al the disposal of I he phys
ician, combined with othe r valuable tunic, deli
cately flavored with choice aromatic to please the
Price One Dollar per Iiottle.
For sale hv all the whole-sale Druggists in Chica
go, and medicine dealers generally.
THE DAILY BII.I.KTI.N.
rrrrrn rjKNTII YEAR.
Trip Pnlrr, nulls, in or,,,.. I..
Till .,, ,,..,. ujlliu IIP
11 II lill tenth year wi-h a ri.ini.leic- new
J cmtht and a d'-ierminatioii to miiki-
I r it it i r 1 1 respects worthy the support
Illlllilll uf Its puirons.
II H 1
II J I 1111
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lied Every Mornin?;,
E ' E
It will embrace iu its columns daily
I LOCAL EVENTS,
of such character as wc trust sliti'il
prove the equal of the cheapest and
bed of our contemporaries.
A A A
The POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
now pending Is one of great Imnort
iane-e conside n d in hoth Its National
'aim s.,a,t. a.p,.ris; a full I oligres
;"" u. i,-giiiioii win oe chosen; i
;l.egislature is to he elected whlcfc
will determine the successor to Hon
'If. J. Ogle-hy in th,. l'niteil Slater
renate. Helleving the success of the
iiJemocratic party to he esseutial to
uie iiiaiiiiaiiiaiice or good ffovi-ni.
jernnieiit. the liiilletln will alwavs he
; ounei aiivmiiting It. measures and
iaooruig ior llle success of its renre
sentntlve. lo promote these deslra
hle ends every ll.-inocrat should ex-
. r, Lir.,.,.ir 1.. .11 i. ... ..'
........ .1 in iijssi'uiniaui) uie
ruuis oi nis party, and in no way
. .... .inn ne iiioii. eneciuM v i otu.
than hy the circulation of hi home
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Aro not advertised a "cure-alls" hnt are sneclflci In
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TN'VKSTKIATOHS of natural
X "trilled bevemd roiilroverst that throughout the
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of many An Inferior r n . . V. " A ","''"'1!'
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Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Saare's Catarrh LVnu-fiv
It cure extend, over a period of au year.
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
ale constantly iMrtm.es.
Dr. Saare's Catarrh Tfonifrlv
Cure by it mild, iootbiug effect.
Dr. Saire's Catnnh TmihwU-
Cure cold In head aud Catarrh, or Ozucna. "
An Oiien Letter-It Speaks lor Itself:
u p "" "out. Mass., April 4. 1S77.
-Vn. tlHTon: HavlliL' reiul In vi.iim s.
ports of tLe re-niarkaliie cure, of catarrh, I am In
din I'd to teli what i know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the -sniitr and ''Inhaling tube" makers-mere
dollar grabbers-would be glad if thrv could embla
zon a similar rnre In the papers. For twenty year
I have sutlf red w ith ratiirrh. The nasal p'as.age-
hecame completely closed. Hun ft, dust, ashes, lie
haling tubes and sticks would not work, though at
interval I would siiurl up the so-called catarrh snutl
until I became u valuable tester for such medicines
1 gradually grew worse, and no one can know how
inuch I sutlered or what a miserable being was. .My
head ached over my eyes so that I was cotilliiud u
HIV bed for many silei-eMi.lv,. H. .nri-. i. M .
i - t, , . - - n"7 lie's.
Intense pain, which at one time lasted for lo heaiirs
All sense of taste and smell gone, sight uud hearing
gone, nervous system shattered aud roiistitiuiou
broken, and I was hawklnir mul .nini,,,. .........
eighths of the time. I prayed for death to rellevy
nie or my sufferings. A favorable iwilce n yon-pnpi-r
or Dr. Sage s Catarrh Ifemedv Indnre.i nie to
luiri hare a narkage and use It uiih Or s..... . . .
douche, which applle the remedy hi l,nlr...i'.. ..
pressure, themly way compatible With' ruinmoii
sense. Well, Mr. hilltor. It did not cure me iu three
fourths of a second, nor In one hour or month, hut
lu less than eight minutes 1 was relieve-el and iu
three month, cureil and have remained so Tor over
in months. W hile using the Catarrh Heniedy I used
Or. Pierce's liolden .Mediral Discovery to purify mv
blood and strengthen my stomach, f also kept i.y
liver active and bowels regular by the use of hi
l'leasiint Purgative Pellet. If my experience will
Induce other sllllerers fn seelr On.
lief, this letter will hav. answered Its nitrtmse.
tour truly, S. D. KEN NICK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
thousands who have been cured of catarrh f.
fll'r.iilis li. .morm
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedv
Al Downs. New (lelievii. !' II . I llnnoi H, t.
siph Mo; EC Lewis, llniland Vt; l has Nore'rop,
North ( hesterfleld, Me; Milton Jones. Mcrlba. N Y;
vi ti ,""'' ,,rl,lV-r Station, W v; .1 c Merrnnan
,; .', .',"'. "'''I'ort. Did: J W llailey. Tre'mont,
l a: II U Avers Laporte, Ind; J.-sse M Sears. Fort
ljranch. Ind; L I. Williams, Canton, Mo; W V
liave-r. Onarga. Ill: si H Nichols. ,Ir. (.alve.tou.
r Helm-rt. Sloneville. Pa: S W Lusk, Me Fi
iimd, " Is: Johnson Wlllinnis, llelmlck. O; Mr. M
A Curry. Tri llion. Teiin : J (f Jolln, Kccuc. N li
A J Cnsper. Tai.'e Ids k. W Ya: Louis Anders!
(.ravsport. O; c 11 Chae, Elkhart; Did; Mr. lieu
rv lliOL'lit. !nii Km.- -l-e,.. t. : Mr. E M (.allusha
Lawrencevllle. N Y: W J (irahain. Adel. lo; A O
"Smith. Newman, (.a: cha E Klce, Haltiinore. Mil;
J. ss -M N-nrs. Carll.le. Ind: Dan II Miller. Fort
"!'; Did: Mr Minnie Ar.iaise. -."i0 Dclaucv-.t,
:, I'm " ' Jlch; Wm K Marston!
Lowell. Mass; Mrs CJ purtoli. Camdeu, Ala: C V
Kiiw. Fredericktown. 0: Mrs Lncv llunter. Farm
I'.1-'"",1' .UL''"!" fc J Spiuldlng. Camp Mainhaugli.
Wv; 1 W 1 riirv. Meamboat IfeM'k, lo; Mrs Lvelia
Walie. shushan.N Y; J M Peck. Junction I'lty,
Munt: IKnry ll.ie-llama., Cal; L P Ciimmltig's,
Kautoul. II1: S L.lones. Pnebe.ion. Four Corners,
LV. u ("i',' lJ"n- K,,ol'lo. Cal: Wm E ria-tile,
sterling Pa. II p Sam. Wh Penn-.t. Plti.l urg.Pa; ,1
If Jar km a n. Misiiel's Depot. Kv; llenrv Zoblst, lieu
eva. N 1 ; Halite Parrot. Montgomery' Ohio: L Led
work. Chattiaui, III; s, U McCoy. Nasi port, O; W W
Warner. North Jackson. Mich: Marv A Wiune, Da
rieii. W is; John Ziegler. i arllsc springs. Pa; Ja
lompkln.. St Clond, Minn; Knoch Duer. Pawneu
I'lty. Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xe nh,, O; ,s H Nichols
(.aly.'slon.Tn; li L Laird, I pinr Allon. Ill; John
Dai. Pr. scott. Arizona: Mrs Nancv lirahaiii, For
est (.rove, Oregon; J V Kolierts, Niaricopa, Ari
loua. (ioi.DEx Medical Discovery
I. alterative, or hlood cleauslug,
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
1 a Cholagogue, or Liver Stlinnlaut.
Golden Medical Discovery
Ilv rea.on of its alterative proticrtlf. cure dlea.e)
of th blood and skin, a crofula or klug's evil ; tu
mors; Hirers, or old sores; blotch,.; plmpl,.
and eruption., liy virtue of It. pectoral propirtlei.
It cures bronchial, throat and lung aflectlons; liiclp.
lent coiisiiinpiioii; lingering coughs and chronic
laryngitis. Its chohigogiie qualities render It an nie
equaled remedy for biliousness, lornlil Ilv n..
er cotnplaliit; ' and it toule- propertle make it
eeiially efllcaclotis n curing Indlgestloii, loss of au
petite and dyspepsia. r
Where the skin Is sallow-and covered w Ith 1.1 ... . s...
mid pimple., or where there are scrotulous aftec
tlolis ami swi'llliigs, a few holtlci ofOoldeu Medic al
Discovery will ctlect an entire cure If vou reel
clllit. drowsy, llebllihlteil. hi.vi. ..ill....- ...,l...'..r -i.i..
or yellccwlsli brown spot un face or body, m-qiti-nl
" , V' .... . ens,,- ,i, Niouill, iniernal
beat or chill aileruateil w I h hot liu.hes. h.u ...i-i,.
ami gloomy forehoillng. Irregular apm-o... amj
tongue coaled, vou are .ulicrlior from ins.M n..
or bllloiisni's.. In tnaiiy case of .Ivcr com dalnt
only part of these symptom, are eiperle t reel. Asa
remedy Tor all such cases, Dr. Pierce's (ii Ideu Meet!
cal Discovery ha no equal, a. It ell. cts pcileitcurc.
Icuvlhii the liver .trengtheiied and heallliy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DU. R. V. PIERCE
I. the sole proprietor and manufacturer ol the fore
going remedies, all of which are sold hy druggist.
He I. also the anther of the People's Common Sen.o
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thousand
pages, with two hundred and elghlv-two wood eti
graving, and colored plait-.. He ). already .old of
lhl populur work
OVER 100,0(10 COPIES.
Price (pustpaldi (1. SO. A.Mrcs.
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