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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THUKSDAY MORNJXG, At GUST 8, 1S78.
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mi the ordinary pur
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rd given to Porou plaster at tliu Centennial.
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irreat objection always found In tho nrilluary porou
plaster of )ow acllou lu brltigluif, relief.
For lain an 1 weak back, rheumatism, troubled of
th f 1 1 1 1 1 and klilnvya, It In a truly wonderful mmc
dy. rhyslclaua eve.ywhci; rrcognlr.ii Magical su
periority to oilier ,10101111 tdaslrra iinl to all 1 1 11 1 -nient.
It relieve pi-lr i owe snd cure quicker
than any known plaster, oniinc 111 or compound.
P A TTTIY'i'V THERE are dangerous and
yjX U 1 JAil worthless InitUitluon ol
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ulna have the word "Capclue" rut throuuli eiK.li
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IX THE WORLD,
A safe anil reliable substi
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Jl.vS, New Slvlti Upright Plunoa fll-.'.Vi. Organ's
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The onlv romlilnatlon of
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with thoii Arntnnlle anil
r'rem h itramly lor I holern.
I holera M"rbu. I'rantii anil
Pain. Diarrhoea and n.ven
tert'. D.vliepiB. platiilencv.
Want of Tone ami Activity
In the MomiK h and ltotu l.
and avoiilini! the cl.'iiiger of
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t'limate. Ak for SAsmKu'a
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miur of lutKoiif ai titoftr. Tin bMO
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avtem In three month. Anv permn ho will tiike
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in the remit of a life atndy and many years or ex
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liy Druwl'la everywhere.
Bowel and Liver Regulator
To euro more pemoun than any other Medicine.
Chill and Fever Cure
To contain no nine, nwnlc. (1111111111'. polnon or
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Contliinfil from first pntrc
you muko him a hIhvo, whi'tlicr you do it
under the Iuwh ot tho. lintmh Uovt'rn
nti'iitor under t!i Iuwh of tliu Koutlicni htuten
(if America. Now fill thin Iiiih iieen done
itnd. only to a Ichs extent, atill in done liy
tho peoplo of Enghind Ujwitrd the m-oj1 of
Irelitnd, TIichc lire tho wronn which in
Hpirwl an Eiuiuet, a PliillipH, u Currmi, and
a Gruttiin, to cldiuenco t lofty iui"tTer fell
from humiin lip, un clKuencenot tlu; mere
ofrpritm' 0,,ft reI1opouentliuniaNm,liut well
ing Up from tho hearts of hruvo men und
Binecro piitriotn, in helmlfof un npjireH.sed
people und a down-trodden country. It i
claimed by tho f,'encrauioruli8t that every
had act in attended with one of compcnii
tion; wliile in our finite vision it is dillicuit
to nee anything either in the paht or in the
future, to coiinterlmlancc in weight, or atone
fur in conncqiicncc, tho wront,'H witTered hy
tho Irinh people Yet in the wisdom of
I'rovidenco such n thing may he jKissilile;
und, perhaps, if wc were Budieiently wise,
we might realist! the extent to which wo
may h indebted for the enjoyment of this
free government of America to the wrongs
which I have just recited.
Long before the colonies of America re
volted against the English Government, the
oppressive laws, the levy of tithes, the de
manding of exorbitant rents, tho rapacity of
tux collectors, drove tunny
to the American colonies, where they hoped
to better their condition. These men, un
der revivifying influence of it freer utmo
sphere, lieganto dream of the lilierty for the
country of their adoption for which they
Inn I prayed, und tought in vain tor in the
land of their birth. And when the Amer
ican Involution was an nccomplislied fact,
the Irish soldier sttusl side by side with the
American patriot against a common oppres
sor, and bared hm breast in defense of the
rights of man. The history of this ieriod
we are speaking of is issessed of absorbing
interest, not alone because of the results de
stined to follow tho misguided course of our
Enirli.sh parent, but also as illustrative of
the law of moral compensation, of which I
have previously sxiken. When the American
colonial revolted in consequence of the mal
government of the mother country, it would
seem as though every line of reasoning, as
well from the starting Mint of common jus
tice as from the more seltish one of expedi
ency, would have pnmptcd to a more gen
erous and conciliatory course toward- the
Irish people, "Whom the gods wish to de
stroy they first make mad," says the old Hu
man aphorism, and never was its truthful
ness more fully Illustrated than in the pres
ent case. Up to the breaking out of the
Kcvolutionary war, America had been the
great market for the Irish linens, as well as
for a certain class of Irish provision. The
war closed this market, of course, ami as
England did not relax her demands upon
Ireland, the siillcriiig among the jieoplo be
came appalling; not only poverty but abso
lute starvation stared them in the face; and
soon, as might have lieen cXH.-cted, they bo
catne fitted for any game of desperation.
France had become the oien ally of the
American cuusp und overtures were made by
tho Irish people to the same power to assist
them in driving the oppressor from Irish
soil. The order of
suddenly came into existence, or.atany rate,
into view, and the intrepid Wolf Tone en
deavored to rally a force in France, with
w hich to free hi auiTuriiau lonil Ho was
taken, as you know, and became another
victim to the chum; of Irish freedom. No
wisdom to the English government came
out of the successful effort of the American
colonies to throw off their yoke, ami the
same old course toward Ireland, of despotic
oppression, aggravated bv promises of re
form, made only to le broken, brought on
the Irish reliellionot 17it, with its increased
suffering and an additional uuinln-r of
victims to the cause of Irish martyrdom.
In the year the "reform" promised bv
the mergeineiit of the Irish with the Eng
lish l'arliiuent was consummated, and so
little of good did it accomplish that lUbert
Emmet, that gifted man, whose speech in
his own defense will always stand us one of
the most remarkable efforts in history, re
belled in lOo". Iking taken and tried he
was executed for high treason,
but not until he had made that remarkable
request to his countrymen, that
no monument might le erected to his
memory until Ireland should be free from
Uritish rule, and when, in 1857, the exist
ence of a society was discovered with mem
bers in Ireluud, the United States und Urit
ish North America, and known as the
Emmet Monument Aassociation, which
afterward became the Fenian Hrotherhood,
the British government understood its sig
nificance, and for the second time feared
the consequences of her wrong and impolitic
action. Following the unfortunate Emmet
came O'l'onnell, who threw the whole
weight of his magnificent talents and en
ergy into the cause of his country. The
Precursor Society was createtl hy him with
the avowed object of obtaining equality
with England under the Parliamentary
Union. Then follows his establishment of
the "Loyal National Itepeal Association,"
and us a consequence of his great efforts
there came some salutary reforms in behalf
of his suffering countrymen. These reforms,
however, were so inadequate to the necessi
ties of the case, that in l4ti the
came into existence, und 1848 found Smith
O'Brien the head of the Irish movement,
appealing to the Provisional Government of
France for assistance. Then follows his
apprehension, trial, conviction of high trea
son aud transportation. Iu 1857
THE KENIAN ItUOTUEHlltMlD
liecainc a power, and in W.i the first annual
Fenian Congress was held here in the City
of Chicago, then came the arrest of James
Stephens and his escape, and later the tardy
action of tliu English Government which
brought about the abolition of the English
Church establishment in Ireland. Wellhad
it been for all interests if that Government
had long beforn heeded and acted Upon the
memorable words of one of Ireland's most
gifted sons words which deserve inscrip
tion in the constitution of every Government
in tho universe: "I am thoroughly con
vinced," said the eloquent Irishman, "that
tho anti-Christian connection between
church and State has tlone more mischief t i
the gospel interest than nil the ravings of in,
fidelity since the crucifixion. The sublime
Creator of our blessed creed never meant it
to bo the channel of a courtly influence ora
corrupt ascendency. He sent it among us
to heal, not to seclude; to collect together,
like the baptismal dove, every creed anil
climo and color in tho universe, beneath
the spotless wing of its protection. The un
ion of church and Stale only converts good
Chrintiaiis into bad statesmen, and political
knaves into pretended Chii.tiiius; it is at
best but a foul ami adulterous connection,
polluting tho purity of heaven with the
abomination of earth, and hanging the tat
ters of a political piety upon the cross of an
Hut, my friends of Chicago, the history of
all the pa-it centuries of oppression toward
tho Irish people, is as familiar to you
as to myself. No honest man in our
day will attempt a ju-tifleation of any por
tion of it. No honest man but must burn
with just indignation as he goes over the
record of Ireland's grievances. Out of the
sad history, however, there hug come
SOME 01 HID
to our country. One of tho great uims of
the English people has been to compel the
Irish people to emigrate, to force upon
them a voluntary expatriation, and thus
leave the country to tho undisturbed en
joyment of its English jKissessors. In
this aim they have well-nigh succeeded,
and to this fact the United States owes the
possession of many of its valuable citizens.
Through the mistaken jKiliey of the British
government in this respect the people of
this country have received the services of
men who nobly stood by them in their first
struggle for independence; men who have
thrown their lalior into the development of
our material resources; men who have
worked our fields; worked in our mines;
worked ujion our streets; worked upon our
buildings, and men who, in our late strug
gle for the maintenance of our national
unity, marched in our armies, and, under
such gallant leaders as Sheridan, Shield.
Mulligan, Meagher, Corcoran and a host of
others, left the stain of their crimson blood
ujMin every battle-field of the war.
My tellow-citiens, in the lace of all this
misrule um the part of tho English gov
ernment, it is no uncommon thing to hear
men in our own country prating of the
EVIIJi OK Ol'Il GOVERNMENT,
and sighing for a form of government like
that of Great Uritian. "We have too much
liberty," says one man, with his millions of
accumulated wealth. "We are oppressed
to death by the capitalist have no rights,"
says theman uxin whom the lesson of oppres
sion in Ireland has lieen lost. The English
government is a better government for the
privileged classes than it is
for the poor man. The English
people, in many respects, are
a great jteople. Tiny have pro
moted the arts, science, literature, and com
merce for centuries. There is no one more
willing than myself to acknowledge the full
measure of excellence attained by our Eng
lish parent, und the part they have taken in
the progress of the world in many respects.
But let me say to you that theemen that
are continually croaking aliout our own
government, and sighing for some other
form, are either men who have more leisure
than they know how to dispose of, are men
who do not know thchistory of other nations,
or are men w ho have dishonest purpose of
getting rich without working to become so.
What is the late cry heard in our large ci
ties about the dcsMrisui practiced ujkiu our
Who are the mm who are making it? I
should like to take them to the oppressed
land of votir ancestors, and show them, a
system, liy which the laUirer is compelled to
work every moment of his waking hours for
the barest means of support; where he has
practically no voice in making the laws
which govern him; where he enjoys no ed
ucational privileges for his children, and
where he breathes continually the air of a
ilepenilent without ! of riain the
fullest height of merit and ability. I should
like to take them to other country also,
where the line of privilege and rank follow
the line of birth, and where the hard in
heritance of the labor runs through the
la.est generation. Then I should like to
show them our own blessed country, where
every man. however humble or however
Ioor, enjoys the same political privileges as
the president of the United States; where
everj' man has a voice in making tho laws
which are to govern him; where every man
enjoys equal social und civil rights; where
even- man is entitled to the products of his
ow n ltd Kr, so that the Mir laimrer or me
chanic of this year may live off the income
of his money in the next five years; where
every child has a good education given to it
nt the municipal expense, and, in short,
where honesty and good lichuvior are the
only passports to the highest respectability.
I do not believe this showing would do any
particular good, Ik-chum: the men who raise
this outer' know all these things just as
well us you do. They are in the situation
of the man who was up for trial, and when
his lawyer assured him that he should have
justice done him, cried out, in great agita
tion : "Justice! justice! Why, that is what
I don't want!" These men don't want the
opportunity to get rich by honest work;
they are looking for a short cut,
A KOVAI. UOAD TO WEALTH.
They want a division ot property. They
want you who have worked for years, until
by prudence and economy you got your own
homes, aud perhaps a competence for your
old age they want you, I say. to divide
with them; and, when they have got tho
half of what you have, they will emulate
the example ot the English landlord toward
the Irish tenant, and take the other half.
It seems almost incredible that there
should have arisen in this country a class of
men advocating such views, who are sutli
eicntly numerous to talk about, or pay n
moment's attention to. Why, it is a pretty
well demonstrated fact, in our country, that
inherited wealth us a rule does not go be
yond the second generation; alt of our great
fortunes have hceu
lllll.T VP FUOM NOTHIM1.
Look at John Jacob Astor, who begun
life on worth of coon skins, and died
worth millions of dollars. Look at Pea
body, tho philanthropist; look at A. T.
Stewart who began by peddling pins, and
ending by willing millions of dollar. Look
at the men of our own city with how
much capital did Field &, Leitcr start, and
many others who have raised themselves by
honest industry to independence? I am
iMTsonully acquainted with a number of
Irishmen in this city who worked in stores
at a few dollars a week, which stores they
afterward owned. I know some w ho from
no capital whatever have, by honest work,
become enabled to live off their, incomes.
You know them also; these facts explode
tho fallacy of the communistic theory.
TIMES AUK IIAIII),
wo all know, and no one knows it better
than I do, Tho business of tliu country
has been paralyzed for tho last few years.
This has resulted from n combination of
causes so mutually interdependent that it is
difficult to attribute it to an. one 11.!..,;
In the general pinching and distress, hew
ever, every imagimibli. vcincly is thought
of; and in the desire lor relief every one
becomes a political ecoimini-f, and believes
himself an authority on finances. Some,
believe in the abolition of the national
oanks, ami a substitution for their paper of
a currency issued directly by the govern
ment; some hold to a contrary belief, and
uphold the present sy ..tern; some want to
potHiiic the resumption of specie payments,
while others want to hasten the period of
resumption; some believe in a single stand
ard, ami some in a double standard ; but tho
government has settled this question by
adopting tho latter. Behind all the con
flicting opinions, however, there lie a few
JNf ONTItOVEHTlIILE FACTS
which it is not wise to lose sight of. The
depression d'K'S not afflict the United States
alone, but is really greater in some coun
tries than in ours. The machinery of the
world's business seems to have come to a
standstill on what the engineers call a dead
center. There are no large bodies of men
on the battle-field to require clothes and
food from other countries. There are no
great pulilic works going on anyw here, and
in this country our railroads are mainly
built all those at least which we require
or can use at present. The government is
disbursing no large sums of money. The
markets for manufactured goods und
machinery are glutted, and everylwdy is
more or less the sufferer. The" laWcrti'
wages are low, but many men called capi
talists claim that they make no wages at
all, but are using up all their substance. If
he be in mercantile busiuess.he says he is for
tunate if he meets his expenses, while the
great number of mercantile failures through
out the country during the past few years,
and during the one immediately past, part
icularly show the euoimous losses in ihui di
rection. If the capitalist has his money in
hand, he finds it almost impossible to lonn
it so us to make principal and interest se
cure. So he is driven to Government bonds,
which, as now being funded, pay so low a
rate of interest us to make it impossible for
a man of small means to live oft the invest
ment. If his money is in unimproved lands
or lots, it is depreciating all the time, and
the taxes (which do not change with the
timesi are eating up the principal. If the
money be in improved property, it doesn't
yield tnough to pay taxes and interest on
the investment. We all know men in Un
cago, and the same is the case every
where elne, who five years ago were rich
in property but who to-day cannot
pay their taxes. So you see, my friends,
that these hard times strike all around the
board, the rich and the poor alike. We
should expect to meet these things in the
battle of life, as thev occur in all countries.
at intervals, and always will; we should
face them with a Christian fortitude, being
thankful for food and raiment, if we get
no more, until the wheel shall turn again on
the side of prosperity, as it surely will, in
time. But there is no use to cite these
things to vou, mv fellow-citizens of Irish
birth and descent. You know (with, all the
urawbacksi what the real
IlI.EsSI.Vt.S OK THIS GOVERNMENT
are. You know what glorious privileges it
confers, and I am sure you w ill never suffer
yourself to lie led away from the paths of
reason anil duty by the hare-braineu crotch
ets of fanatical and impractical men. Yon
will value af their true worth all these real
ized dreams of liberty and equality for
which an Emmet, a Bnrke. a Phillips, a
Curran. a Grattan and an I'Connell, with
all the rest of the glorious troop of Irish
patriots, sighed in vaiu; ami should the
tune unfortunately ever come again when
these great prerogatives of your adopted
country are threatened, I am willing to
stake injr own wor-i, no
THE SON OK AN IlUSnMAN,
for the honor, the courage, the sense of
nghj, and the patriotism of the Irish people
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that Mr, Godfrey is up and at work, and
cured by so simple a remedy?"
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nulling but Hop Bitters
and only ten days ago his doctors gave
him up and said he must die!"
"Well a-day ! If that is so, I will go this
minute ami get some for my poor George.
I know hops tiro good."
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General D. M. Kev. Hev. F. I). Power. The flerman-
Amerlcan National Hunk, to officials In the I'. H.
Pateut Office, and to Senators and Hepi .cn;itivc
in t'oncrc; aud eapeclally to our client In every
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im fAnrinp faWilrtj and txttUeftet itumg ekar
Off nt atuttlittn? and Jtoaonitj, Tha bt tobifco
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on a.arr plua. Sold by an daalat.. Sand for.anirla,
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N. H. On everv order for this Llt we will give you
over half a million circulutluu lumber paper vitb
Orders for Coal by the car-load, ton or
in hogsheads for oliiimient iironijitly at
tended to. To lui'ffe consumers and all
manufacturer!) we are prepared to sup
ply any quantity, ly the month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Office on wharfhoat. foot of Sixth Street; offlt-eof
llnlllday llrotlter. opptwlte St. Charles Hotel;
Eirvntlan Mill. Twentieth alreet; Coal Hump, loot
ofTblrtlelh street; Postoltlca drawer :.
rV0 THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
WioiiixA. The County Hoard of Alexander coun
ty have under advisement a proposed chance of the
election precinct In said county, all parlle hav
Ing any augealloii or petition to oiler lu regard to
the aame are hereby requeued to tile the same by
the September session of said board.
BAMI KL J. HL JaM.Couuty Clerk.
1 fOBDBEASEIOFCS I a,.U"",'l
Arc not advertlacd aa "cnre-alla" hut are tpeclUci to
the disease for which they are recommended.
INVESTIGATORS of natural acicnee have demon
alrittetl beyond rttnlriiversr Ihut rhrf.ni.ti.m. ,kA
animal kingdom the aurvtval of the flitest"! tlm
only ia voiichaiillng thrift and perpetuity. Doe not
uie aame principle govern ill" commercial prosperity
of manr An inferior can not aupersede apurf
article. Dy reason 01 anpeilor merit Dr. Pierce'
Siiiudard Medicine have outrivaled all other.
Their aale lu tliu United Stattm alone exceed on
minion uollura per annum, wliile the amount ex
ported foot up to aeveral hundred thonsand more.
No busineaa could urow to auch gigantic propor
tion and rent upon any other baal than that o
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lb PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
It cure extend over a period of dUyeara.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Il talc constantly laajruanei.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Romejy
Cure by It mild, soothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lure cold lu beau aud Cuturrh, orOzacna.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
HorKvoiiT, Mass., April 1 1ST.
Mil. Eiiitoh: Having read In vour tinner the re
port of the remaikabie erne o caturrh. 1 11 111 In
duced 10 tell whul t know about catairli, ami I fan
cy I he "snuff 'and "Inhaling tube uukcis mcro
dollar grabbers w ould be glud if they could embla
zon a similar cine in the p. per' Kor teu'y year
1 have an lleietl wltli calariu. 1 lie u.h1 passage)
became couiplelely closed. S11111I'. misi ashes, In-
linimg itioea ami sticicswonn.no, ,vo,k :noiign ai
iuterv.da ) would sunn up , oc ao callet'. catarrh siinrj
until I liecainu a valuable icer loi sucu medicine.
I gradually grew waive, end no one can Know now
much I ullered 01 what a mlaeraiile Dein ; was. .My
head at bed over my eve o Hut wsp routined to
my lied loi manv iiccemive d;.y. aJileiinT the moat
intense pain. vhlch oue iline la-tui. t'o 'iMuour.
All aeu-e 11.' taste nt, smell gone sLli. nm hearing
gone, neivoe.a system ah:'neied and constitutlou
broken, ami I ivaa hswklng ami i't.iiu seven
eighths of t lie lime. I pr.iyed for dcii'h to rellev,
me of ol" siillerln. A tavoroolo ..,!( e In yonr
paper nf Or. Sage Catarrh llemeile iumiced me to
purchase a pactum' and use I. v. i.li I),. Sj .e nasal
douche, wbrcb appllea the remedy by hvdiostatlc
preaaure. the onlv ;iy coinp.iilble v. 011 common
sense. Well Mr. Editor. It t'id not tt'ic me iu three
fonithaof ,1 second nor iu one hour n mou.o. but
In lea ill. 01 ei.'lic minutes at iclieved end in
llnee moiiilia cried sin', b.ive lem.Hiieu -o .or over
lit mouth. Uiiile using the C ti'r.li Cttmn'v , ueil
Dr. Pierce (ioldeti Medic Jtiacoveiy 10 mi, ,,r my
blood and sireugthep my stomach, libnkept lay
liver ac.ive nnu bowel regular 'iv .lie nau 01 hi)
Pleasant Puigaiive Pellet. If mv wpeiieiice will
Induce other aihteieis to seek the :tnic mean of ro
ller, this leoer will have answcicd it" purpose.
Your truly, . D. KEN NICK.
CLOUD OF "WITNESSES :
The following named persniu me among the
thousands who hjve been cmed ofcaturrb by thv
use of Dr. Siige' C.it;rili Itenieilv:
AK Down- New Oenevj. P:-; DJ Brown St. Jo
aeph. Mo: EC'l.ev.1. Piiibnd Vt; Ui:i Norcrnp,
Nonh t'bcaieinVir.. Me: Miliou .lone "-erlba. N ;
J R Miller, lliiib.-er Su-ilon W'r: J C Merryman,
MM Po-.. I.og.tntoit. m" : .1 W Uidby Treniout,
Pa; H H Ayer ivipone. Intl: Jesse M Sear. Fort
r.miiiU. I Mil: I, I. Willi, in C.'tniin Mo; W W
'I'lntycr. Oii.nuu. Ill- S II .v'itiiol- J (ialveston,
Tex; P Keinert. nuitievllle f SVLuk. MeKar
land. WN: Johnsou Vllli.iio. eiinuK O; Mrs M
A Curry, Trenton, 'i 'nn: J (' Jo-liu. Keeue, N H;
A J Casper, 'J'ub'e I'otk. W V.': I.onls Anders,
Cravsport. O; C H fli:e. ElkliSi.- In,.- Mr Hen
ry llalght. Sun I 1.'." '.I, o. C.'l; MrEM Oslluslia,
l.awreticevHIe. N Y: V J (:' limn. At.el. In; AO
Smith. Newman. (.': I a. E Une il. l imore. Md;
Jesse ?.I Senra. Cjiliie. hit - Dsn B Millet, Fort
Wavne. I in : : Air Minnie Aiui'ae. '.In) Delancy-tt,
N Y; H IV II. II. H.i.iiie.s Men: Win F Maraton,
Lowell. Mnsa: MtV C -I Siiinon C untlen Ala: C r
Kaw. PreileilcktKUii. O; Mta Ltuv ili.nur Farm
iimion. HI: C.'l" E ) Spiiu'lug. C mo st.imbangli,
Wv; I W Tincy hi.Muion;ii KtK a, 10: Mm Lvdi
Walte. SliDsl.id) . ?. Y: .1 M Pet k Ji'nedtiu city.
Mom: ll 'iny l.'oe- D.11.' :'l: t P CU'iimlug'a,
lijlitonl. Ill - S K .tones. Pi'e'iteton. Foil. Corners,
N Y: Cut II II Cbonl... C-il- Wnt R Bartrle,
Sidling IV II P s. nt. nn...if i.isburg.Pii; J
It Jim Kiii.mi. .M;il' l 1 Lie; Kv; lleiny .olila', (ten-
eva. N Y: ll. oie tri. . .Moiuxomeiv. Ohio; i. Uti
woik C't .u..tn 111: S B Mi Coy. Nislipoi.. O; W V
Warner. Not-ill .1 1 kaon. Mlcb: Jl. ly A Winnc, Da
lien. Wis; Joint Zie.lei. C. ili-e Spiiii'is Pa; J an
Toinoklii. St Cloud. AI Inn: Enocli Otci. Pawncu
Cl.y. .Veii; Jo-eni ( Millee. Xeul.t. O- 8 II Nichols,
O.diTsoin. I'.'ii II .Lull'. I'oper Alion, 111; Johu
Dcvia j'reaeoii. Arlaonto M' Nancv Oraliam, For
est lirovo, Oiegou; J V Hobert, Aiarlcopa, Arl
xoua. Golden Iedical Discovery
I alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
J a Cholagogne, or Liver Stltuulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Dlscoveky
P.y reason of Us alterative properties cure disease
of the blood and skin, as scrofula or king' evil; ta
mers; ulcer, or old sores: blotches; pimple)
nnu eruption, ny vinuo or it pectoral properties
It cure bronchial, throat and luugtillectlon: luclp
tent consumption; lingering rough and chronic
laryngitis. It cholagogue qualities render It an me
equaled remedy lor blllousneas, torpid liver, or "llr
er complaint; ' nnu it toulc proiertles make it
equally etllraclou in curing ludlgeitlou, loss of a 11
pellte uni. dyaoeiali4.
Whole the akiu I allmv and covered with blotche
and pimiile. orwteie there are sc.rofulou tflec
tlous and swelling, a few bottle ol'Uoldeu Medical
Discovery will etl'ect au entire cure. If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
or yellowish-brow n spots 011 face or body, frequent
iiciiiluchcnr dlr.aiuess, had taste lu mouth, Internal
heat or chill alternated w ith hot tin. lies, low spirit
and gloomy forebotlluga. Irregular appetite ami
tongue coated, you am suffering rem torpid liver
or biliousness. In many rase ol dver complaint
only part of these symptom are experienced. Aa a
remedy for all such cases, Hr. Pierce' Uoldeti Medi
cal Discovery has uo equal, a It rued perfect cures,
IcaviiiK the liver atrentlieued aud healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DR. R. V. TIERCE
I the tole proprietor and manufacturer ot th fore
going remedies, all of which are sold by druggist.
He I also the author of the People's Common Seuan
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly on thousand
page, with two hundred and elghty two wood en
graving and colored plate, lie bat already told of
tbla popular work
OVER 100,000 COPIES.
Price (potpald)I. SO. Addre
It. V. TIERCE, M. D.,
World' Dlspcmary, Buffalo, Mew Tort