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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1:1, 1878. .
iYAIIDTAYI,ltay: -I tukn great pleasure
n recommending In pur-uit ilic Academy of Mr.
Hbortlldge ." lion, Fernando Wood, a' patron,
: " 1 i lnmrfiill v consent t tti tn" ol my name
fen-mo." SWITHIN C. UllOUTLIIKi K, (liar
A. M i Media, IVnnu. ! Academy,
I'riif. TKN' Outs.
aiiilng a comuleie llxt ol all the town In the
ed Slat--, tbo Territories and Hip Dominion of
.la. having a population greater Hihu 'MO -
iug lu I In; lust census, together m ith lh: nauica
e nwpaper Laving llir largest local lircula
In each of the places named. Also a catalogue
"paper which ant recommended lo der-
in giving greatest value lu proportion to prices
gcd. Also, tin Ildlglou and Agricultural
din. very complete II. i, oiid many IuiI-m or
hinting the co.t of advertising In various
ai)i'ii. and much oilier Inlormatiori which
oner In advertising would do well to po'sesn.
cmUKii I. HOWELL & co . New-paper
rlUlna liun aii o Spruce si.. N. V.
AwsiiH t, ;nnt priu at OatPaatal Kaposim-n for
l-'t Wt'-Mt.p qumlUiAt and wll,, ari lotting tX9"
ntUr nt turttr.tvtfl and JbiMrm. tit toil lliber
,r nisd. At. our blu tlnp lrdf-inM m i-lf
lanuitd ou interior loofli, w llit aA'-fi'i it it
ftit swiy idijg. Sold by n drat".. pd (orMmrde,
'lee, lu (. . A. Jac C Mli., Ptipubuiii, T
A DAY lo Agcnl. canvassing for tlt lno:iiir.
Visitoii. IVruio nid outfit free Addrc.s, I'
0. il KKKV. Au;,uatJuJiIiiiu'.
i l ilicjutlful Sn Oraud Piano., prh-p il.tul,
' 'onlv $!7V MaunltWDt I'prlL'ht Piano.
1110, oiiIt liTTi. Elegant I plight Piano.
f-xiO. otilv jl?5. Pianos. 7 octavo . TiS, 7 1H
New Style. lrgni'i. Orguji.Htop.f'7-.
iJliiirch'fklW' IV lli stop, price $.)li, only
Kle- wliwlii irraiil t'ii Minor TouOr
only Sim, Beautiful Parlor lirgan, price jUW.
I".-,. Fraud Exposed" fl reward load
1 lor tli I nwarv ' aiid Newiapni ahout i ot
utu imd llrL'nnii, ut Kr. ll-p adiln-nn
1)mi. K. HiAiTY. Wahiuon. S.J.
'ASi Y CAKDS. SnowflakP. Tama-k. ta.cirtPd
In -fi nlvlm. ill "imp, lU- ln. Nui-mu ( ard
Ksxiuii. N. Y.
I.K( K. Kkoki k, Iowa, on the Munirid)
i 'I'prrr.l'i'Bmi'n. H'jiurt r..p''ratorF. S. 1
h'T. tboriiaulilT ftlift. Apply ui i-nnor oi
rfor hnlf mi'iohvr'lilp at diroaiil. Writ''
I...- i.. l,Oi.L' Ullll'll L ....1 1. I......
.IN(IS STTE NOKMAI. r.VIVEKMTV, for
hi- iiri-parnticKi ol i r.M iii:h. Ih'- lull
p of titdy reo'tln-threu -at. Iiliti' l Uit:r.
'.imp who p'.nl.'e fli-mele to learh in the
.i Hitler- y in per v, nr. men i iiooi ii-iari-
i i3 T- the Ix-i advaniai.'i"' for preparing; fir
- or for trim lultlon. : xr viar.
Miuar Hi hool liepmiinent fuinihe i-mellriit
llll'tl lor aulUlIlltlL' a kihui yrww mi ruti, uiii.
ion Z per vear. I'rltnary Detiartinent. a
mini! place for'ihe. 'little folk." Term iK'inp
3. )VH. Kor iiartlPuiara, anore.a .nin
It. I'rr.ldenl. Normal, Ullnoin.
riev oi ..Mam age!
rW r 4 'T' A liillrte to wrdlix'k nn
t U.U Ai 7n!i1,'ul'1 tre'liT "1 T
AM) canap-i that ontll for it; the
Uipl ' l.'.e i-t of lleprod urtlon and
iUl.VIllhl, f Women. A
. for private, con.ld'-i-ati- readlns. i'O puKi'.
- M Celitl"
A I'lilVATI" MKD1CAI. ADVIsKli:
kl! rii.ordem of a private t.Murp. ari.ins liwn
ibuie, exce-.e. or nerri-t ul.ea.i p. wiiinne m-M
an of cure. M larije pL'e. rl'-" : c nt
linleal lii'tureim the ii'iin- UKen-e hi'ij in.i-
kclhroHl. liiiiL'i. caiarrn. rupture, the opium
I. ,-K'.. prn ' 10 relit-'.
iher li'iok ent pi.-t piiid on reeeiot of pru ; oi
ir-e, ronuiiMun' .'' 'f." , Ixvuiiriiily lilio-tni-
fi.r r, liU
.Jit'wOK. ISl'TTS. No W N. Mil t- Ht. I.oul
i cl'Dl' Vil VVV t "It A ... Ol
t I I li I j .mi i fit . in iiriuti'
HhI, 1HT Kat Waliln..tmi ftn-et. ('Meiifo. lor
ure of all priale. ehMiile and - i lul ili. ae-i.
,KAt, V. XAK.M.IOI. M IUOI - lirBII.ITV ami Mi-T
noon, iiernmnenllv cured. Dr. I" a ur.'idunte
e Keforii: s. I I. and u-ie no mep-nrv: hu the
t prneliri- In the I'nlled miM''.. I.Aiuon--hi"
tr. ntmi nt. with home ami board, call or
. " Kv.-rv roiiveniPtii'p for pti.-i:t. Heml tlftv
L.lnr MAItlil.MiK (( Wh'.-m W lllin-trat-
Married ladie- nud fentleinen ,-iiu nny ceni
kaillplf of rUtltXT 1,'ooua 11 lil'inniui
liilorm.'ition nv e,pr.---. i ... n... .. . v .....
idenlial. Kfilable r-uiu'.f 1'ill- $a bos.
BR VOI'S DEBILITY, W-K
i, IokoI vitalltv. premntim' WPkn-M. enerva
i of mind and body, di.onler of the brum and
fcoun .(Htem. ami mii-ne "
rdllv cured by mil n m in- - '"
ui einliient pliy.lclan : J1 iiw. for W -old hv
irirlPlP. For cm nlnr with full pnrllculr. ad-
i UK. BATKH. -in HUtc ireel, I hk'titro. 111.
.mt aiiv I'lnnanent alemen want
VI II Til to m'U HtrtwH- tiiwdn to di aler. No
"vV,.,,,!.!,, Kvnenwa nald. Addre.a
A PD I tT A- I'll . 3. -I B M, D IIOIIOJ ni.t wiM-
HOOLD PLATED WATCHKS. rheapeKt In
ftlha world. Hamnlp Watch Kree to Aifent.. Ad
PdrePa. A. COtl.TKH A I'O., .'hliaKi. Ill-
. .. . .,. ifunrt
Ill It1ip Original and only ahwilnte
- curc Send atamp for book on
urn KMlne. to W. B. Hquire, WorthlnloKD,
...... . v ttmr vlnKuri4 tlniea von
) iShlJlJ IA lilil necedomethln'i.'of
,1 Value to the people, do you not: auca m uiai
nil u urtcva nooK.
LLK.N SLi Li, i
nahlerucelptuby thoaanda for evpry lhinir ann
i i i -fh., mint mi vemnllT nuetui nmwrw
Kfl-hed, Paving nion.iv U all buypra. 'utaell
rytlilnir,. Alir.sva i.wir.u. """"
SCAMMELiS IU, M.J.nuis jut.
tf naftie stirs like a trumpet ana calls tothc frayl
t powerful new Tom prance book.
BATTLING 7..K DKMUfl
to ami iuieneiy im . ; - - - .
y ori-enipcnincu e.er, lb
.hie or us Apiwiii'. " " "-. v--: -.,.,,,,
pit Movementa. hihi "'.' 'i, "ft,"' "
ANDAUDBOOrvCU., M. i'Uum w.
T i VII Benutlful t nnocrt tirnnd ()Tfi A V
I AM) i.niw. nrlce lltiOll only v' U,J
15. Superb (inind Hauiire l'lanos. P"?'; "
y 'AV, Kleiwnt t:prlKht 1' snus. price $HH0 only
i New HtM" llpflirhl IMimos il'J.N), Orpin
i. UmiiiiH t'J slops $;.. i:hiin h Orniinis 1
pa prli'e $m "ly l Klcftnnt 175 Mirror I op
:aiiH. only Jim. Huyera come and see m at
inu irinni iiotaareprenenled. R. K. fm palil
h ways and Piano or Oman u'lvim free. l.nrRe
t. Ni'WHpiiperwIthmiieliliiforiiiiitloii about cost
I'lnmia anil urinwa sent free. rieae ainounn
NIKL V. UK ATT Y. Wash iil'Ioii, N. J.
"hn ndvejtUer, a rellrod physician, huvlim prov
ntlnllv dlscoveied, wnile Mimical siisionMry
wiiilh'eni Aalii. a very altnplii vi'delahlu remedy
the spet'dv and pernittnent cure of ('onmiinptlon,
khmii. BroncUlllM. Catarrh, Hurt all inrout una
id aiiecuons, niso a popuivo aiiu raiui-m rii, nn:
Nervous Debility, I'remiitnre Decay, and all
rvoiia Complaints, feels It hla duty lo mnko It
own to the, putlVrliiB fellow. Actuated by this
itlve, ho will cheerfully aend (free of cluirge) to
who diwlre it, the reefpu for preparing, and full
vi lliui for Hiiccufnlly ulng thla providentially
iivi.reil rpnipilv. TIioho ho wlali to avail Ilium-
of (he hi-nuilta ol this discovery without cunt
i do so by return mull, by aildri'snlng, with
uvvm i jz.jh 1 t i xt v
IIP, I'll, vllftnl'"" .HAnciiil.lii
No. Hi NU?iir Htri'i-1,
DurfALO, N. I.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
(KJli'd RtillPtln KullOiiiK, WHxblnton Avt'itue
IS u bo I t i on JlutOM:
Dally (dullviTid Wy rarrii-ni) pur week $ SS
ily mull tin aiUani'i') niin yuar 10 (
hlx iBoutlm , 8 1)
Thru iiiuntliri Wl
One month..,. 1 00
By mull tin advoni'i!) noycar $3 O
HI moiiitia 1 l)
Tlin-H inoiitli , M'
To club" of ti'n aud ovr (per copy) 1 W
I'iikIuX! 1 H c"l"" prepaid.
AdvurtiMinic J tut oh:
Kli'il liifcrlUin. ppr aqnaru $ 1 m
Hnhw(utiniTtlun, frqNtru 50
Kor oiiu win k, ppr t-aan. 8 )
r'or two wiM-kx. pr (jnarc 4 50
Kor id rise w'kM, R 00
Kor nuo inoudi 7 00
k'mh rtddllloual narP 4 00
yirntlnnertlon, ppr aquarn $ 1 Of)
HiihpiUPtn lnHi rllnim a)
JCIi,'hi linrauf willd nonpundl conntltuuia tMuaru.
l)iplayud ailvprilepmiinf will foo charged accord
ing to the .pin e ocrupli'd, at ubuve ratiw Ihi-re be
In LT twelve liuen of nolld type to the Inch.
To rft'iilnradvurtlfpra iu oft'er anperlor Induce
mi nlc. hnih an lo rtttpn of cbari;i'a and munner of
dlcpl.iyinu' thfilr faor.
I.m-I imtliu' twenty fPBttt per line for flrnt lniier
lou: ti:u ceutii per line for each, aubaequunt iuner-
('ommnnlcatlon" nnou nuhject of Reueral lnterent
to the puhllc are at all tiroea acceptable. Kvjuctcd
miiiiiirrlit will not he returned.
Letter, and coininiiuli ntiona uliould be ddreaed
"Cairo Uiilletln. Culro. IIIIuoIh."
JNO. 11. OHK1ILV. (Joneral Munacer.
The Color. plo also lias u good trip for St.
The (,'ons Milkr is due from Cincinnati
Tli't lV-ntnniul hud ii liig trip up and
was towing a liaro.
Tlic Ciu lie wt nt to Ciraiid Chain, yctster
day for a Baijc load of stone fur Hulliday
TIm: Keokuk paired down at 3 p. in.
with wn hares of stone for Memphis.
Cupt. Intden in command.
Tin; (ioldcn Crown got away yesterday at
2 p. m., with a pplendid trip. She made
eonsiilcniMe additioiiti litre.
The Yellowstone, for New Orleans, fully
loaded, came into the coal pile for stone
roal, Ac., and deimrted about dark yester
The Annie P. -Silver passed down early
yesterday morning with her guards six feet
out of water. She needed freight had. She
will probably fill out U low.
The Charles I'. Chatteaii took into New
Orleans the largest consignment of cotton
ever delivered to a single, house- 2,'Sl
bales to Richardson & May.
The llillmsn left yesterday afternoon on
time with a good trip, and things now ap
pear as if Capt. Chalera Medecino Ambrose
would remain with us for the season.
The Haven and barges will get away to
day. She has put in her spare time trans
ferring ears for the Coal Company. She
will take a good dial (if corn in the Bends.
The John (Jiliiiore and ba-ge.s for Xew
Orleans Ste. Jenevieve, Cairo, Kannie
I wis. for Memphis, Helena for Vicksbiirg,
and !e Sun t fur 1'adueah, were all adver
tised to leave St. Louis last night.
Sol Silver took charge of a little boy
about 0 years of age, who came up ,m the
Colorado Monday niirhr, who is the last sur
viving meiiiberof a family of li persons; his
father, nioiher, and three brothers all hav
ing fallen victims to the yellow fever at
Vicksbiirg. Sol Marted the young man on
his way to his friends at Toledo, Ohio, via
I.CK.P.., nl I o'clock yesterday.
('apt. John Poe, of the Mab, was sus
pected of being the party who disposed of a
tramp m front of the Planters' House, Mon
day night, and was thoroughly searched by
the jxilicc for the handy shot gun which
did the deed. The mistake was discovered
however when the IhiUom of John's pockets
were turned up to the daisies, for nothing
appeared but a well-worn pocket-book,
empty; a letter of love from an Alleghany
City girl, an unreceipted Ixiard-bill from a
Bt. Louis hash foundry, and an order on
Mayor Winter for accommodations ut the
soup house. These facts are published un
der the supposition that the Mab departed
for St. Louis last uight. Should it turn out
that she is still iu port the above facts will
THK OLD WOMKN IN 1'AllIS.
Pahis, Oct. 28, 1878.
I hold the Parisian old woman to be the
most remarkable individual of her sex and
aire to be found in the whole world. "Le
grand mere" is an object of sympathy of re
spect, and often of venoration. She is the
head of that occult but supremely powerful
organization, hi famille. A Frenchman,
even if he be forty years of age, may not
marry until after he has addressed to his
jiarcntB three "seminations respectiveness,"
citing them to show cause, if any, against
the match; but no French girl would dare
to contract a matrimonial alliance without
the approbation, not only of her immediate
parents, but also of her grandmother or
grandmothers, supposing these ancestors to
be alive; and "U grand" mere seems to
live to a prodigiot. s ago. Sho is in general
much moro of a natch-makor than tho pa
rents of the young couple, and she is gen
prnl ly very popular with them after mar
riage, seeming that she possesses the inesti
mable advantage of being too old to be
anybody's uuulier-iii-law. I freely grant
that tho cnvinbb position which I have
sketched is tho lot of only a limited num
Iter of French old women. They outlive
frequently Uitli and kin, friends, hope,
pleasure, utterly, Btid sink into a condition
of tho wrr tchedest poverty) ret still does
the French old woman coutiniio the strug.
gle, still docs she decline to throw tip tho
sponge, and still in her most (IcMlitatrd
condition, she lias delluitc place, ascertained
influence and somo power, aud constitutes a
cogwheel in tho complicated machine of
French society. Were there a poor law
in France she would -think a great many
times before retiring to the seclusion of the
poor house. In tho provinces tho old wo
man is frequently charming her sixty,
seventy, or eighty years to the contrary
notwithstanding. Her cup and apron are
so white and pink, hergarruhty is so grace
fully genial that you forget all her wrinkles
and grizzled locks; and you need do no
great violence to your imagination iu as
suming her to be pretty. But iu Paris, it
it must be candidly admitted, tho old wo
man is, as a rule, frightfully ugly, and her
manners arc the reverse of agreeable. Un
fortunately metaphorically, although not
ijotunically, thero is no rose without
a thorn. Cupidity, rapacity, and
francs and centimes on the brain are tho
thorns which cluster most thickly alwut
the stalk of the shining French virtue of
thri.'t, and which make the French olJ
woman an extremely unlovely and repulsive
personage. Thrift is almost to as great an
extent the leading characteristic of tho
shop-keeping classes; but with them it is
not associated with parsimony. The Paris
ian boutiquier is no niggard, no miserly
curmudgeon, like the cultivateur of the
provinces. The shopkeeper and his wife
are on the contrary, genial, free-handed,
self-indulgent people, within certain recog
nized limits. They arc fond of cheap
amusements,, They prefer the feasts which
do not cost much ; and it is a principle never
departed from that the expenses of their
menus plaisirs must not in any way interfere
with the sntn of the profits which they think
they ought to derive from their trade.
Strict adherence to this principle makes
them about the most grasping tradespeople
that I have ever met with in the course of
a tolerable extensive prcambulation of the
civilized world. The principle of realizing
so much benefice, by whatever means the
profit is to be effected, has another and
very unpleasant result It leads to very
inferior articles being sold at very extor
tionate prices, and to no department of
trade will this remark apply more closely
than to the article of gloves. You may
give five and six francs a pair in Pars, and
in the most fashionable shops in Paris, for
gloves with two buttons, and from eight to
twelve francs for ladies' gloves with from
three to six buttons. In Piccadilly or Re
gent street about the same prices
might be charged; but the difference iR
simply this, that in London at a well-known
shop you always obtain for a first-rate price
a first-rate article. In Paris you pay the
high price, and you very often get in return
nothing but a rubbishing article, which
splits up the back as soon as you draw it
on. As lor tlic three-tranc-nitv gloves
which are sold in the Passages, which ars
wretchedly cut. which are of miserably un
sound skins; which are made without gus
sets, and which are often soiled, I should
advise you to have nothing to do with
them. You may buv better in Tottenham-
Court-Road for eighteen-pence. From the
last threc-frane-fifty gloves I ventured upon
a pair at five-franes-scenty-five hav
ing turned out a lamentable failure
the left thumb came off bodily ere
I had got the digits well "home." This is
rendered all the more exasperating by the
remembrance that about the best gloves in
Europe are made at Grenoble, and that the
very best of the Grenoble gloves are sent to
England simply because the English cus
tomer will not pay a large price for an
inferior article. But the foreign visitor to
Paris Is completely at the mercy of the
shopkeeper, and is fain to take upon
trust any article which the shopkeeper
desires to sell him and at whatever rate he
chooses to ask for it. The boutiquier on
his side is so remarkably frugal, so exem
plarily thrifty, that he forgets to he honest.
PAINT, OILS, WALL PAPKR, ETC.
t F. BLAKE,
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Alway on hand the celebrated aimtNATiNo
Bros' Bnllillne, Com-1
uieroliil Ave., I
Hltniof the liuCrnlo Head.
So SO. Ohio
K0KIILER BI10S., Proprietors,
TOE ABELL, Agent. .
A full and cnmiilcto an
of the bot of all
kind ment always on hand
rilcra (Hind at any
hour, day orntgni.
Capcinc Porous Plaster!
(Iniat Imtirnypmrnt I A Hoothlnff, hcalirj.
i V on the erdlmirv per-
il atrenullittnliiK and
pain-kiililiK agent In one.
Thn manufacturer recplypd the hteheM and only
award Rlvcu lo I'oroua Planter at the Centennial.
' warrant llenHiiii'a ( aprlue I'laater to be anpo
rlor to ill other I'oroua l'laatera and lo all Ituimeuti.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOAV
Ak any phywlrlan If Benson' Canclno Pornu
I'lattur Is not the hput planter In the world. Thla
remarkable article wa Invented to overcome the
great objection alway found lo the ordinary poroua
plaster of alow actlou in bringing relief.
For lame and weak back. rhpnmatUm, trnnblp of
the n I ne and kidney, it la truly wonderful rente
riy. I'hysiclan everywhere recognize It great ail
perlorlty to other poroua plaatera and to all lini
ment. It relieve pain at once and cure quicker
than any know u plaster, liniment or compound.
rt A TTT,TriXT TIIEKBtrednneernuaand
U 1 worthlem Imitation of
Benson' Canclue l'later In tlm market. The gen
uine have tho word Cunclne" cut through each
plaster. Hold by all drngiata. Price 125 cent.
rrdlE ONLY 25 CENT
- IN THE AYOKLD,
A safe and reliable .substi
tute for Quinine. The great
tasteless medicine for all di
seases caused by .Material
Poisoning, being a preventa
tive as well as a certain reme
Dumb Ague, Ague Cake, lie
mittent, intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, Dyspepsia
anulentral Debility; the best
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Price 25cents ber
box. Family boxes $1,00. Sold
by Druggists. Mailed on re
ceipt ot price.
Dt'NAS DICK Co.. X Wooster Sweet. New
Yokk. Ten cent explanatory book mailed free on
Sold by BARCLAY BliOS.. PAI L G. CI11H.
DruggiHia, Cairo 111.
HE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Ia ppecinlly rccom-i'RA&E MARIC
TRADE MRK mended a an un
failing euro for
poteury, aud All
disease that fol
low us a aequeuco
on sclf-ahitpe: a
Loss of Memory,'
Before Takkgin'iSVu'cAfter Taking.
Back. IJiranrssof the Mioo. Premature 01(1 Ab
aud many other dieae thai lead to Insanity. Con
mnmilion and a Premature tinivo, all of w hich a a
rule ure first caused by deviiiling from the path of
nature anil over Indulgence. 1 lie specllle Mediciue
I the ri'Mllt ol a llle atunv anil many years ui ex
Derletice In trentiiiL' tboe Micnnl (liHease.
Full particular lu our pamphlet, which we de
aire lo end free by mall to every one.
The SpeclSc. Mi dicinu i sold bv all druggist at
SI ner unekaze. or ix UHckane for S.'i. or ill be
aent by mail on receipt of the money by addressing
lilt. IfltA I Mtllli IMl 11'..
No. 10 Mechanic's Hlo.k. Detiioit. .Mien
(ySolil in Cairo. III., by I'ai'l U. Siiilii, and
ny uruggini everiimerc.
JJLOOMINUTON LAW SCHOOL.
Judge, H. M. Benjamin. Dean; Elementury and
Contltutional Law. .ludgu . T. Beeves, Torts
and Equity. O. V. Aldrich. l'h. D. l.L. D-. Con
tract and Weal Property. Hon. Lawrence Wvldnn,
Pleading. A. O. Kurr. I.L. 11.. Evidence and Crimi
nal Law. Diploma on two yenr attendance, admit
to the Barof llliuol. Prize for bet examination
on whole cotimu. Kind prlxe, 100; gnd prizo. f.V):
Three term a vear. Tuition 8'5 P''r term. Kail
term begin Thursday, September li. H78. Kor
lurther Information a'pplyto A. O. KAltK, Bloom
UNIVERSITY OK VII!OINIA.-Seion be
gin on the Klrst of October, and continue nine
month. The Institution is organized on the elec
tive vtem. giving tho student free choice of atud
lea, w'ith full course In tile School of tho Acade
mlc Department and In the School of Law,
Medicine, Engineering and Agrlcnlturo. Kor cat
alogue pply to the Sercctary of the Kacully, P. O
University of Virginia .
JAMlvSK. HARRISON, M.D.,
Chalrmanof the Kacalti .
cartridge. Address. J. Itovvn A Son, 130 A 13H
Wood St., Plttuburg, Pa. 4w.
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
It cure extend over period of 30 year.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
It sale constantly increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
' Curca by it mild, southing cfl'ect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remcdv
Cur cold in head and Catarrh, or Ozoena.
All Open Letter :--It Speaks for Itself,
BocKrour, Mas., April 2. 1ST7.
Mn. Editor: Having read In your paper the re
ports of the remurkiibie enrea of catarrh, I am in
duced to tell what 1 know about catarrh, aud 1 fan
cy tbo "snuff" and "Inhaling tube" maker mere
dollar grabber would be glad if they could embla
zon a similar cure In the papers. For tw outy yean
I have auflcrcd with catarrh. The nns.il paiwagein
became completely closed. Suulf, dust, nshe, lit
huliug tube and atlck would not work, though at.
Interval I would snuff np tho no-called catarrh snail
until I became a valuable tester for such medicine.
1 gradnally grew worse, and no one can know how
much I suffered or what a miserable being was. My
head ached over my eyes ao that I was eon lined t
my bed fur many auccelve days, HUtlerlng tho mrxrt
intense pal 11. which ut one time lasted for IM hour.
All sense of taste and smell gone, aight and hearing
gone, nervous system shuttered aud contltatlo
broken, and I was hawking and spitting aeven
eighth of the time. I prayed for death lo relief"
mu of my ulfcrlng. A favorable nutlca In yoor
paper of Dr. Snge'e Cntnrrh Remedy Induced met
purchase a package and use It with Dr. Sage's nasal
douche, which applies thn remedy by hydroetatle
preaure. the only way compatible with common
aense. Well, Mr. Editor, It did not cure mo in three
foniths of second, nor in one hour or month, hnk
in less than eight minute I wa relieved and la
three month cured and havu remained ao for over
1H months. While using the Catarrh Remedy I nurd
Dr. Pierce' llulden -Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and streugthen my stomach. I also kept ry
liver active and bowels regular by the use of hi
Pleasant Purgative Pellet. If my experience wiH
induce other sufferer to seek the same moan of re
lief, till letter will have answered it purpose.
Yours truly, h. D. KEN NICK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named persons are among tho
thiitistuid w ho have been cured of catarrh by tho
use of Dr. Sage' Catarrh Remedy:
AF Down", New (ienevn. Pa; DJ Rrown St. !
soph, Mo; E (' Lewis, Rutland Vt; ( has Norcrop,
North Chesterfield, Me; .Milton Jones, Surlbn, N V;
J K Miller, llridger Station, Wv; J C Merryman,
M M Post. Logunsport, Ind; J W llailey. Tremnnt,
Pa; 11 I) Avers, l.aporte. Ind; Jesse M Sear. Fort.
Branch, I ml; 1. 1. Williams, Clinton, Mn; W W
Thayer. Oiinrga, 111; S B Nichols. ,lr, (inlveslon,
Tex; F Reinert, Stonevllle, Pu; H W I.usk, MeFnr
Innd. Wis: Johnson Williams, llelmlck.O; Mr M
A Curry. Trenton. Tenn; J II Juslln, Keene, N H;
A J Casper, Till to Hock, W Va; I.oul Andcnt,
(iriivsport. O; C II Chase. Elkhart: Ind; Mr Hen
ry lliilghl. Sun Frs;,.ico, Oil ; Mrs K M tll!uh,
Lnwrcnccville, N Y; W J (Iridium, Adel, lo; AO
Smith, Newman, Oa: ( has K Rice, Biltltnorn, Md;
Jesse M Sears. Carlisle. Ind; Dan B Miller, Fort
Wavne. Ind: Mrs Minnie Ainalse, Si De'uncy-t,
N V: II W Hall. Hustings, Mich; Wm F Maraton.
Lowell, Muss; Mrs CJ ripurlon, Cuaiden, Ala; ! p'
Kuw. Frederlcktiiwn, (I; Mr Lucy Hauler. Farm
ington. Ill: Opt EJ Spaulillng. Camp Sliimbuugli.
W'y; 1 W Triicy, Steamboat Rock, lo; Mm Lydia
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K Jucknian. Mlsucl's Depot, Ky; Ileury Zoblst, Oen
cva. N Y; llnttle Parrot, Montgomery, Ohio; L Id
work. Chatham, 111: SB McCoy, Nashporl. O; W W
Warner. North Jack-am, Mich: Mary A Wlnne, Da
rlen. Wis; John Zlegh-r, Carllse Springs, Pa; J
Tompkln, Si Cloud. Jllnn; Knwh Duer, Pawne
City, Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xeula, O; H B Nlchola,
(iiilveston.Tex; II I. I.alrd. Upper Alton, III; Joha
Davis Prescotl, Arizona; Mr Wuncy (iraham, For
est drove, Oregon; J W Roberts, Mnrlcopa, Ari
zona, Golden: Medical Discovkrv
1 attentive, or blodlconiDg.
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Golden Medical Discovery
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Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovery
Bv reason of It alterative properllea rtire dlaeanni
ot the blood tad skin, a icrorulaor king' evil; tn
mom; ulcer, or old ore: blolche; plmpl
and eruption. Ily virtue of it pectoral propertlr
It cure bronchial, throat and lung affection; Indo
lent consumption; lingering cough and cbranlo
jiirvngltl. ltcholagogne i mil I He render It ao im
eiiuiiled remedy for blllousues, torpid liver, or "ll
er complaint; ' and Us tonic properties make It.
eqtiiillv elllcacloiis In curing Indlgealloo, Ion of ap
petite 'and dyspepsia.
Where the skin Is sallow and covered with blotchea
and pimples, or where there are scrofulous idee
tlous mid swellings, a few bottle of Kolden Medical
Discovery will effect an entire cure. If yon fei
dull, drowsy, debllltalod, have sallow color of akin,
or vidlowUh brown spots on face or hodv, frequent
headache or dizziness, bad taste in mouth, internal
heat or chill ulterunled with hot Hushes, low spirit)
nnd gloomy foreboding, Irregular appetite and
toiiguu coated, you are siitTiirliig from torpid llrar
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only part id these symptom are eipcrlc tired. A a
remedy for all such cases. Dr. Pierce' tiolden Medl
cal Dliicnvery lis no eiiuiil, a It effwt perfect cure,
luavlug the liver lreuglhiined aud heitllhy.
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