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It hiving liti-n wittily advertised under the,
rAmeilea Ahead in Spool Cotton."
i lUo Juijf un Cotton textile, yarns aud thread,
iw ririn reposition, decreed (lold Medal nd
ud Prize to iboWllllwatlc Llttea Company Ar
oul Cotton especially adapted for nun on sewing
ulnes," over all the great tbruad manufacture
he world, we owe It a a duty to Hie public aud
mr4.,. . L'liatrtoniinuitDcetUat.
iraiul PrIes were iIcvi-cimI Ht Tavls
for Spool Cotton.
U are advised tijr Cable of Hid following awarda:
U I'. COATS, GOLD MEDAL
llliinatic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
I wr claim for the winner of the First Prize
. at they have established In Khodii Island the
I Spool Cotton Mill In Dm fiili-il Mtatca.
Ire their Spool Cotton I manufactured through
ay process from the raw cotton to the finished
I. America, in represented by J A P. COATS,
I ill hi'i In Spool Cotton.
Sole t'i'nM In New York for
.1.4; P COATS.
.aidH U-ilvt prt u Centennial KIflllo foe
a r,-l . U:it and mrrHm Kit Ui.Unt caor-
If" tfm.Hy (.4 jiavtrinj. Tba b- totem
r mail. Ai our bin. trli irada-mark la tloaal
lt.lH m Inferior pud, Ibat J ti".'t M
a tr.rj pluf. SMa l.f all drtl -. Smd for sn(
a. to 0. .Acuoa Co.. Mfii.. I'aKrttMri, '
lEFORE YOU STAP.T
nsure Against Accidents.
Iu Accident TIckiM or Yearly I'oliiv Id the
l Lm-al Agency or Railway Stations.
I IDKRS and other. .-v!ga:ed in tin- forrnntlon
i ii homo, or orcmit. fhouiii nil for our
I lt-rritiltvM jutul. .lu.n....l .....I....I....I..
Mirillatfiill concern in- Knmta ami f lrrli..iri.t ....
111", ami containing elegant engraving of the
ami must approved instruments now In iit.
dim Aridrcas I.N llM Jt Its'. I V SIT ,!
In io tta , f lib ago
A WAY to Agent canvassing for Ihe Kihijodj:
Visitor. IVrina and onTfit tree. Adrinaa. I'
O. VII KKKY. Augusta. Main-.
rAM'Y CAPDS. with nam". Plc., plain or gold.
Ate-ii's ""Hit. lit- I.Yi slides. Hull A i n..
lauii, N V.
I''hniiit rariN. uimU mottora. flowi-ra. Ac. N'o
li. alll..-, im'ic. !. .Vuu ( aid Co .
0 OLD MEDAL
liteii iMvardeil fit tlie I'aii- Kxliihi-
Uf 11171! to
O. N . T.
It Si-Coi d SjkmiI Cotton, It is cele-
ted liir lifinL' xtronsr. elastic, and or
form ttreiiirtli. It has Imh-ii awarded
laNat the jrivat exjHwitions. from the
at ran-i. in 1 f I . . . to the Centennial
rhiladeljihia in lUTii. In this coun-
(lair,! o. . I. SihhiI tottnn is
li ly known in all sections fur its Su-
lor hxeelleiice in .uaelime ami liaml
lull', l Heir mills Ht ewark. . .1..
I'ai-ley. Setlaiul, are the larare-t
most Vuiiiiili'to in the world. The
Ire priM-eos of inaiiiifai tiirinir is run-
led nmler the nmst ciiiiilctc and
I fill iiH'i'vi-iuit. ami they claim for
Ir Aiiii'iicau iiriHliictioii at least an
il merit to tinit iimifnced in 1'aMey
lil.'ANH riHZI'.S uere awarded at
arc rlul to annoiiiiee to the Ameri-
imhlic that they have hcen awarded
dd Medal. Item:; the In t award
n forSix-t'ord Soool Cotton.
it')io A. Clark & Hrotlitir.
In) r.inadwav, New York.
it.'W of Marriage!
"V' 4 T A (lnid to W i-dloi k and
a iinfldi'nliiil trvnl le on the
uilili ti limn ini:' aim iuit
AM) ratiKca that until for it: the
I Ml I p. l.'.ii ril or lli'proriuotlon and
vl1'v' ' '-"thi-l)li r of Womi'n. A
for prlatr, coDrldnratu reading, i"" ll'"
A I'ltlVATK MKDK'AI. ADVISER!
fi dlnordi'ra. of a private natun1 arllns! from
jitu. parwwa. or wiwl difi'am ", with the biat
i of rur. larg patri'". prli e SO ci-ntn.
lintrai iw.tnri! on tnr aiiovi; ini, aun tnoap
throat, lunt.". rnurrh, rupture, thi; opium
'ti, prU'n 1U ri'Uif.
it book aunt poat naid on reo-lnt of price: ot
Iree. containing 300 paca, biautllltlly llluatra-
k.r 7.1 OMUL
Lra-M l)H. Bl'TTS. No. 14 N. Hth at.. St. I.onia
lial. T Ertft VVaililnKton atreet, Chicago, for
ire of all private, chronic and apertai (ilveaHea.
kL WKAKSXHa, nkiiviii'h DKBiMTT and UWT
liKin. permanently nired. Dr. t). la a graduate
Iltelorm M'.nooi. auu ui-a no mercury; naa me
t nractke in the I'nlted Sutea. I.ADiKa re
lit; treatment, with hnmn and hoard, cull or
I r.verv convenience lor pnuenia. nena nuv
for M AIiKIAdE lil'IDE ! !!TS page illuatrat-
ilnrried lailiea aniliienttemen Hi-nrt ntty cent
Iinple or rtlliner giHHin unci circular oi impori
iformiitlon bv ixprea. Conultatloii free and
initial, llellnhlf remain ruin a Dox.
I? VOl IS IlKnTLITY.
imcy" - " - T in J o ii u K
Ii . , ..ffxlUr. nn'inntnri, U'enlcni'Na. imerva-
ioii oi viiin.n.-,',':- --. - -
f mind and hodv. dlordr i5 U Mtv nd
u avatein, and 'mlaerlea reaultlng therefrom.
Ily cured bv BATHS' M'HClKUr. I'repnri'd
eminent phvi-iciau: J-l a cum', i for IS; aold by
lata. For circular with full particular-, ad
DU. BATES. ttW State Htrent. Chicago. III.
MAt.AHV. ViTinani'iit anleamen want
ed to mdl NlaplodiMMla to dealer. No
n..,i.m..rt k'.n..ii.i mitil. Addreaa
peddling. Kxpcn-ca paid. Addreai
CRANT & oy.,M.S 8 II'"110 St., t'ln
kOU) I'l.ATKD WATCHK.S. ('heapeat In
lha world. Hnmple Watch Kroe to Agenta. Ad-
iroaa, A. l ui i.t iiii ct., Chicago, tta.
I I llllTho Original and only aboluto
cunt. Send atiinrt) for hook on
li Katlnif. to W, U. Hon I re. Worthlnloirn.
advertiser, i retired nhvalrlan. hnvlnir nrov-
ally dlacovered, while a Medical Mlaalouiiry
itlurii Aln, a very almplu vegetablo remedy
! apeedy and permanent cure ofConatimption,
in, llnuirliltlK. Catarrh, nnd nil thruut and
iill'ecttonii, alao a poaltlva and radical apecillc
lervnua lieniiity, rrematnra liecuy, and nil
la C'otnplalnU, feela It hla duty to make it
In to the futlerlng fellowa. Actuated by IhU
Ie.lio will cheerfully aend (rreo or charge) to
lodculre It, the n'clpo for preparing, and full
llona loraucncaanitiy uaing tnta provtnentiaiiy
kuren reinnuy. I noae wnowian 10 avail litem
I of the li.'iH'lita ol tltla dlacoverr wlthonl co-t
In u by ri'lurn mall, by addreaxlttg, with
I'll, CIIAItl.l'.S l. MAKNIIAI.I.,
No. 1 .Niagara Mrccl,
lltrrAUi, N. Y.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
0alei Bulletin Dtillillnz, YVa-ihlnston A feint
Hubaut'l jition Knteu:
Dally (dellvrrrd ky carrlera) per week . . .
. . io m
lly mall (In advnui'c) ouu your...
moutha & no
Ibrett nn. mil. S Ml
By mail tin advance) ane year.
To cluba of ten and over (per copy!
roatage In all eaten prepaid.
Kiral lnavrtion, per aquare $ 1 110
KahaeiUentlnai-rtlona, er aiiiaru &o
Kor one week, per aqnare 3 00
For two eka. per aipiare 4 Ml
For Ihree wnrka H 01
For one month ? no
Each addltl ma! auare 4 ca
iral Inarrtlon, pr aquarii 1 1 00
Kiibaequent Inaerllotia rJ
Kight II net. of aolid noupureil conatitutv a anuare.
Displayed advertlaement will be charged accord
ing to '.he apace occupied, at above riitm there be
ing twelve line of aolid type to the inch.
To regular adrerllaera we offer auperlor Induce
meiita, hntli aa to rutea of chargea aud manner of
dipplarlug their favora.
Local tiotlcea twenty centa per line for flwt Inaer
'Ion: ten cente per line for each aubaequent iuacr
tlou. Communlratlona upon auhjerta of general Intereat
to the public are at all timet acceptable. HcjcUcd
mHuuacrlpta will not be returned.
1ettrra nnd coimnunicationa ahould be addressed
' Cairo Uulletln. Cairo. Illtnola."
J. SO. II. UIIEKLY. (itneral llanazrr.
The Ste. Genevieve arrived with n p;o(
trip for Im Iow.
The Desmet will pa up for I'uducsh
during the day.
The Helemi, with a ig trip, passed dewn
last night for Vickshnrg.
Tim Cons Millar will he found at the
wharf this morning, for Memihis.
The Coiiunonwealth is the next Anchor
Line lxiat fir New Orleans, due here alxnit
Tint Ik'lle St. Imis passi-il up at six
o'clock last night, and will leave St. Louis
on her return trip on Friday.
liut little buMiiesa trail-acted on the
wharf yesterday, and no arrivals or depart
ures until late in the afternoon.
Mr. Frank Howe left fur Xew Orleans
yesterday morning, on a hiieine trip, He
will he absent alout two month'.
The James I). Parker will run in the St.
Louis and Cincinnati trade the coming
season. Capt. Charley Russell, the hand
some Monde, will have charge.
The A. C. Donnelly, Capt. H. M. Hart, of
orphan lmy notoriety, will lie at the levee
during the day, and will want freight for
New Orleans, (live the orphan I joy a good
The following fnm the Courier -.Journal,
of the 11th, will I? read with intere-it hy
Walts many friends:
The Cairo Riilletin says: ''Watt McKee
never shook his mother-in-law.' We'll
het four hits, give her good '"hand hold."
she'd "shake" him until his teeth rattled like
loose hliides in it cutling-liox. No, Walt,
never will shake her never. He 'shook"
the Sun, though, and is now a private cit
izen. It may he interesting to our readers to
know that twenty years ago yesterday, the
Charley Jiowen made her first trip in the
Kvansville and Cairo trade. All river men
recollect her, and hy comparing her to the
two niatiiticent packets which now have
taken her place, some idea of the great im
provement in the line can he arrived at.
Much of the success of the line can he at
tributed to the untiring energy of I 'apt. G.
.1. Grammar, a man who has never (lagged
since he took a prominent position in the
line. Uy hard work and a clear head he
hus worked himself uii, nlll 's W(!" worthy
of credit for the manner in which he has
conducted himself. "May he live long, and
prosper." Kvansville Courier.
Frank Gilbert, the Kvansville Courier's
wet end man, litis (put writing octrv, and
we learn hue been ordained as a full-fledged
Methodist preacher. He has taken charge
of a circuit, which will necessitate consid
eralde traveling, and eimMe him to regain
his health, which for the past few years has
been declining by reason of close confine
ment. Too much credit cannot be given to
the editors of the Courier for their great
devotion to the cause of Christianity, having
already contributed to fue. Catholic Church
two able nnd accomplished priests. When
they, however, tackled friend Gilbert with
the intention of making a christian of him
grave doubts were expressed by their friends
as to their success. The above Hiinounce
ment, however, places all doubts at rest and
there is a bare possibility that his friend,
Will S. Hays, may he induced to come into
The Goat, which passed through here
several days ago, consigned to Will. 8
Hays' friend Hamburger, at Greenville,
will be returned to shipper, as we learn
Mr. Hamburger has got into a little trouble,
as the following from the Courier-Journal
will show : "When old Hamburger left
this city (Ham. is the old coon who used to
run a "rum-ranche" on the levee) he went
to Greenville, Miss., where he opened a ''gin
mill." The old "pizen dispenser" is in
jail there for setting fire to his "ranchii"
and trying to burn up the town. The
Greenville. Times says : "There seems to be
no doubt as to Hamburger's intentions, for
his effects that he wislutil to carry away
were bundled up, and an attempt to tire
the housu the night before goes to pmvu
that this was a dastardly attempt to take
advantage of the excited and destraeled
statu of affairs. The reputation accorded
him by Hays f the Conner-Journal, seems
lilting indeed." IIu will no doubt exclaim,
as he did when he sued us for slander and
got a verdict of one eciit, "So hellnp me
c'rn.ioiis .lege, dot ftdler Hays tole a dein
lie, uud don'd you forgod It."
QcKiu. M'hy will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Ilro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the samo price,'
WongixoMRH. Uctore you begin your
heavy spring work after a winter of relaxa
tion, your system needs cleansing and
strengthening to prevent an attack of ague,
billious or spring fever, or some other spring
sickness that will unfit you for n teason'a
work. You will save time, much siaknnss
and great expense if you will use one bot
tle of Hop Hitters in your family this
month. Don't wait. Sec other column.
Ci.aukscn N. I'ottku wus wise. He de
clined a renomination, saved his money,
and is spared the bitterness of defeat. The
district was largely republican. Hut the
victory was a sad one to Mr. Smith, who
won it. The news of his success came to
him upon his death bed, and Idle ut his
hcAdquarters his partisans were Jubilating
he himself answered another than a con
gressional roll-call. On learning of his
success, ho smiled, and pressing the hand
of one of his friends who stood by his bed
side, he said : "Thank my supporters for
"me, for I shall have no opportunity of
"thanking them myself." These were al
most his last words. Chicago Times.
Dkvkm.s now claims that during several
weeks previous to the election, in South
Carolina, everything has been as peaceful
and quiet as 'a mill-pond. Ik-cuuse he
flooded the country with five-dollar consta
bles, who struck terror into the Democracy.
This is a funny statement for General Devens
to make, when the New York Times and
New York Tribune have been declaring
that negro massacre, and every species of
deviltry were going on, up to the morning
of the election day. The Republicans
should make their stories coincide. They
have lied fearfully aliout South Carolina.
Fact VKUsrs Thkoiiy. Ou August 2,
ISTtf, Western Union Telegraph stx k sold
at the New York Stock Exchange for 84'4'
per share. September 18th, 1878, this same
stock sold at fCJ4' a fluctuation of ll?,'
per cent, in 47 days. 10,000 shares of this
stock, bought at 84 on a margin of 1 per
cent, required an nftual capital of $10,000.
The same stock sold' at the advanced price,
UCf,,', showed a .profit of $1,175 per 100
shares, or 11 j per cent, on the stock. On
the whole 10,000 shares the actual profit
was $117,,)00or 1154' times the capital used
within the brief space mentioned. People
often theorize alsut supposable cases. The
above are hard facts shown by the official
record. Very few persons, however, art
able to invest singly the $10,000 necessary
to reap such fabulous profits as were gained
by the alxjvc transaction, but Messrs. Law
rence & Co., bankers, 57 Exchange Place,
New York City, have issued a new circular
showing how largo or small sums may lie
used successfully in stock speculations by
their new Combination Method of pooling
thousands of orders into one immense sum,
and operating them as a whole, which
places every customer on an equality with
the largest operators mid divides profits
pro rata, among shareholders every o0 days.
Hy this sytem large profits are made in
short periods. $15 would make $75. or five
per cent.; $50 pays $"50, or seven percent.;
$100 makes $1,000, or ten per cent, on the
stock during the month, according to the
market. The new circular explains every
thing; also contains "Two unerring rules
for success in stock operations," and much
other valuable inl'orm.-.tion. Copyrighted
and sent free. Tiiis firm furnishes best of
references as to standing ami responsibility
All kinds of Stocks and IJonds wanted.
New Government Loan supplied. Apply
to Messrs Lawrence & Co.. bankers, 57 Ex
change Place, New York Citv.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OIITON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Lioaxls a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
VYU0LKSALK WINES AND LIQUORS.
t SMYTH & CO.,
Wholn-alc and Itetall Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 60 OHIO LKVKE.
MKs.HtlS. SMYTH CO. have rnnatnntlv a largo
lock of t Ii o beat goods In the market and glvo
eapei'lal attention to the wboleaalu branch tf the
J JLOOMINGTON LAW SCHOOL.
.1 urtpo It, M, Benjamin.
Denni Klcmentnry and
ronaiitiitloiiiil l.niv. .ludirn O, T.
and lloulty. O W. Aldrleh. 1'h. D, 1,1,. 1 1.. Con.
tmcla and Ural I'niperly. Hon. Lawrence Witldnu,
I'lemllng. A. (1. Kurr, 1,1,. Il Kvldeiico and I rlmi
mil Law. lMiilntua on two yeiira atnindiinco, ndnilia
In the liar of IlllnolH, I'rl.na for heat exiiiiiluntliiu
on wlioliic.oiirao, Firat prim, I(I0; lind priau. AMI;
Three lenna a year. Tuition $15 per term, Full
term begin Thtimlnv, Ncptciuhcr W, ISiS For
lurther Information upplj lo A. (I. K.VIilt, Mourn
Capcine Porous Plaster!
on the aidluary por
pain killing agent in one.
The manufacturer received the hlgbeat and only
award t.lven lo Porou I'laatera at the Centennial.
We warrant Ilenaon'a Capcinc I'laater to be supe
rior to all other I'oroua I'laatert and to all linimcntt.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Aak any phyalrian if Benaon'a Capclne corona
Plaaler I not the beet plaater in the world. Thl
remarkahlo article waa Invented to overcome the
great ohjectlou alirava found lo the ordinary porona
(Waaler of alow action in bringing relief.
LAM K BACK.
For lame and weak back, rbenrnatiam, trouble of
Ihe anlne and kidueya, it I a truly wonderml reme
dy. l'hyalciana everywhere recognJ.c It great an
perlorlty to other poroua plaatera Bad lo all llui
monta. It relieve pain at once andcurc quicker
than any known plaater, liniment or compound.
P A T TT TH V THE HE are dangeront and
WVU A 1 Jl worthUw imitation ol
Uenaon'a Capclne I'laater in the market. The gen
uine have the word "Capclne" cut throngh each
piaster. Hold by ull drngsiata. Price ' cent.
rpilE ONLY 25 CENT
AG.U10 liLLN LJODV
IX THE WORLD,
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 fake, Re
mittent, Intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, Dyspepsia
and Central Debility ftlie best
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Price 25 cents ber
box. Family boxes $1.00. Sold
by Druggists. Mailed on re
ceipt of price.
Dl'XAS DICK A Co.. .'IS WooaTKn STnr.KT. N'kw
Vokk. Ten cent explanatory book mailed free on
holdhy BARCLAY DUOS.. PAUL (!. CIU H.
Druggliita. Cairo III.
rpilE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY '.
LIUY'S SPECIFIC JJEDKIXE.
l"P',clalIyrecoin iRAD MARK,
inutmniv mended aa an nn-
railing cure for
potency, aud all
disease that fol
low aa a sequence
on sen umi-e; ar
Lima of Memory,
Before Taking .'u'TlVh'etor Taking:
Hack. Dimness of the Vision, Premature Old Age.
aud many other diseusi ihnt lead to Insanity. Con
sumption aud a I'reninliirc tirave, all of hi'ch a a
rule are llrst caused by deviating from the path of
nature and over indulgence. The SpcrinY Medicine
is the result of a life study and manv years of ex
perience in treating these special diseases.
Full particular in our pamphlets, which we die
aire to send free bv mail to every one.
The Spec! Sr. Medicine Is sold bv all dniL'trist al
$1 per package, or six package forts, or will be
cut by mail on receipt of the money lv addressing
TIIH CKAY SI KfllCIN K CO.,
No. Irt Mechanic's Block, Dktroit. Mich.
tf"otd in ''airo. 111., by 1'acl (,. Sun n, and
by Druggists everywhere.
UNIVERSITY OF YIRiilNIA.-Session be
gin on the First of October, and continue nine
months. The Institution I orgnntied on the elec
tive system, giving the student tree choice of stud
lea. with full courses in the Schools or tho Acade
mic Department and In Ihe School or Law,
Medicine, Kngineerlng mid Agrlenltnre. For cat
alogue apply to the Surcetarrof the Faculty, P. O
University of Virginia.
JAMES K. HARRISON. M.n.,
Chalruianof the Facill1 .
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FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
L STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Wokks
All OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T. Ileimie,
HA VINO ealnbllalied hlaworka at the above men
tinned place t better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Stnun Engines and Mill Machinery.
Having a Hleiim Hummer and ampin Tools, tlm
manufacture of all kind of .Machinery, Kallroiirl,
Stunmhoal uud Bridge Forgluga made a specialty,
Rspeclnl attention given to repair of Engine uud
Brass L listings of all kinds made to ordt r.
PIpcKHtlng In all Its brunches.
M I'RRAY Htid LAN
IVLOltl J) A
The rholeeat. moat
fj '"sting yet most ncncntii
i it an periuineaior llaeoti
5 llui hnndkerchli'l t the
tl tollhl. and In tho limb.
flrtifjtWWKM' dullglitrul and heiilthlui
.AW'flfflaWWvVlSalWa, 1U .., room, r,.vea
wimkiitiesa, fatigue, prostillou, tiervoiisness and
lioadnclie. Look out forcotlturfeltsi Alioiyaasku
for Florida W titer, prepareil ly the sold prop'rluloi'a,
Messra. Lanitian A Kemp, New York.
For sa'c by perfumers, druggist uud fancy good
ill II ilk
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kJ'FANCYCAHDS with name lUr. Plain or gold
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AGENTS READ THIS.
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and expenses or allow a liir.'e commission to sell
our new nnd wonderful Inventions. Wc mean hnl
we say. Address, without deluv.
SHERMAN ACQ., M':irshnll. Michigan.
ciiewiiis LE2i3 Tobacco!
Aw.rrlsd hiihit jmtt al Cerl.unnl Kipnaitioii fcr
ikif fkvi.il p,liti and nrtllma ami Itutnp tm
trr of mitcunmtl efut rtunmay. Tits beM lot-iicea
avsr msile. Aa our Mu- atrip imrls-inark is clo-ely
iraiiated sa inierlnr -nets, ace that VocJms'i Mi ia
nsrTi.liig. Sold hfH dealer,. Ssnd tranip!e,
to ( A. Jicuos Co., Mlra., I'eterilmrg, V-v.
M RICH BLOOD!
Parson' Pureatlve Pills muke New lilch Blood,
and will completely change the blood In the entire
ayatnin in three months. Any person who will take
1 pill each night from I to 1'.' weeks may be restored
lo sound health, if such a thing he possible. Kent
by mall for H letter mmp. I.ti. JOHN SON Jt CO.,
Bangor, Me. 4w.
I I A Wonderful KfiiH'ily.
There Is no comparison between It nnd the
common slow acting porous plusicr. It Is in every
way superior to nil other evterunl remedies In
cluding tililmcut and Ihe so-called electric ap
pliance. H contains new medical clement
which In combination w ith rubber, possess tho
most extraordinary palu relieving. strcniMhculiig
and curative properties. Anv plivslclaii In your
own locality will cjiillnn tin', above, statement.
For Lame Hack. llhcuiniitlin. Female Weakness,
Stubborn ami Ne'-lecteil Colds and CoiilIi. ill.
eased Kidneys, Whooping Cough, AdVctlou of
tho Heart, and nil III for which porous pluster
aro used. It Is simply the best kuown remedy.
ior Dcrison i purine I'orous I'lusters anil
Hike no other. Sold bv nil drugirlst. Price -J5
eta. Sent on receipt ol price, by Seubury &
.lobnaoii. ttl Hln 1 1 -treet. New York.
TO llAy r coon uf.aLtii the i.iveh-
MIST HK KKPtlN 5)HUfe! f "
IFOR DISEASES OFf
kUV Ell STOMACH
ClUSSTa! i U
otl'ainnhla'a addreaa I)h. Santo!), Nw Voik.
SM OL AN1 X KWH
The Groat Diuretic Compound.
Is a uro. quick remedy for all disease of the Kid
neys, Bladder, mid Urinary Organs, existing either
In male or female. Aa, Irritation, Inflammation, or
Ulcerntlon of tlm Kliluev and Bladder, (travel,
Stone In tho Bladder, Reddish or llrlck-dast Sedi
ment In Urine, Thick, Cloudy or Itoiiy
Urine. Painful Urinating. Ilewettlng, Slti
cotis and Involuntary Discharge. Morbid Irri
tation of Hie lllndder and Urethra. Chronic Ca
tnrriili of Blmlder, sttptiressloit, retoiitlou or In
continence of Urine, Diiihetes, Ilroiisy, Organic
Weakness, Fetu.ile ('iimpliiliita, anil all Chronic
Swindles of the Urinary uud Sexmil Organ.
Thousands eiui attest, lo It wonderful curative
properllea III these dlseuse.
For Nervous Debility, with all It gloomy attend
ants, lll,.liics, Loss of Steiuory, Low Spirit,
c .It la a soverlgn reluedv,
SMoLANDKII'S IH'Clll' buoys up the enerva
ted system. Imparting new life and vigorous action
the wlinle system becoming strengthened and In
Vlglllllled. Be sure anil ask fur Snioluiider'a Buchtt, Insist
upon having It, and take no ollior. "
PRICK 81.00. SIX ROTTLKS, U5.00.
For sale hr ill Wholeiln Druggists In Chicago,
uud Mudlclnu Doiiler geiionlly.
Are not advirtlsed is "ruro-all" but are speelfii la
tho disease for which they are recotnmendwd.
INVESTIGATORS of natural science have deaian
atratcd beyond controversy that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival of the fittest" ia tn
only law vouebaadng thrift and perpetuity. Doe not
lha same principle govern the commercial prosperity
of man? An inferior can not supersede apnrf
article. By reason of auperlor merit Dr. Pletre,
Standard Medlclue have outrivaled all other.
Their .ale In the United State alono exceed one
million dollar per annum, while the amount ex-
Rorted foot up to several hundred thouaand moeri.
o business conld grow to-such gigantic propor
tion and rest upon any other basis than that o
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's G'atarrh Remedy
Its cure extendi over a period of 30 years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lis sale constantly .nrreasea.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cnrea by It mild, oothlug eoect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure cold in head and Catarrh, or Ozocua.
An Open Letter .'-It' Speaks for Itself.
Rotkpoiit, Mash.. April i, IH7T.
Mr. EniTOR: Having read in your paper the re
port of tho remarkable cure of catarrh, I am in
duced to teli what i know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the snuff" and "inhaling lube" makers mere
dollar grahhera would be glad If they could embla
zon a similar cure in the papers. For twenty yearn
I have suffered with catarrh. Tho nasal pass are
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, ahea, in
haling tabes and stick would not work, though at
interval I would anuffup the so-called cutarrbsnnt
until I became a valuable tester for such medicinea. .
I gradually grew worse, and no one can know hoar
much I sulicrcd or what a miserable being w as. Mr
head ached over my eyes so that I was confined U
my bed for many successive day, sufl'ering the moat
Intense pain, which at one time lasted for Ills boon.
All acuae of taste and smell gone, sight and hearing
f;one, nervona system ahattered and constftnttoa
iroken, and I wa hawking and spitting .even
eighths of the time. I prayed for death lo relleva
me or my suffering. A favorable nuticc In your
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy induced me ta
paper ot jr. rage a l ata
purchase a package and t
douche, which applies t
pressure, the only wav
U-.ll - ijjl.. l
use It with Dr. Satre a muni
the remedy by hrdroetatlc
compatible with" commna
senae. Well, Sir. Editor. It did not cure me In ihrea.
fourths of a ocond, nor In one hour or month, hntr
in less than eight minutes I was relieved and ia.
three months cured and hava remained so for oyer
lfl month. While nsing tho Catarrh Kemedy I need
Dr. Plerce'a Ooldcn Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I lo kept r-y
liver active and bowels regular bv the use of hi
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If mv experience will
Induce other sufferer lo seek the same meana of re 1
lief, this letter will have answered Its purpose.
Your trulr, 8. 1). K KN N ICE.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The- following named persona arc among lha
thousands who have been cured of catarrh by tna
nse of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy:
A Y Downs, New (ieneva, Pa; D J Brown St. Ja
pcph. Mo; K (' Lewis, Holland Vt; Cha Norcroa,
North Chesterfield, Me; Milton Joues, hcrllm, N Y;
.1 E Miller, Brldger Statlun, Wv; J C Merryman,
M SI Post, I.ugunsport. hid; J W Bailey. Tremont,
Pa; II II A) its, La port i'. Ind; Jesse M Senra. Fort
Brunch, 1ml; L L WiHinms, Canton, Mo; W VT
Thaver, Onargn, 111; S U Nichols, Jr, OalvcatoUv
Tex; F Rcinert, Stonevllle, I'a; SWIM, McFar
land, Wis: Johnson Williams, Helinirk.O; Mra M
A Curry, Trenton, Tenn: J (i Joslln, Kei-ue, N II;
A J Casper, Tut.'c Rock, W Va; Louis Andera.
(irnvaport. 0; C II Cnnec. Elkhart; Ind; Mr Hen
ry llulght. Snn Fn.'.Msco, Cal ; Sir K SI (lalluaha.
Lawrencevllle, N Y: W J lirahiim, Adel, lo; AO
Smith, Newman, Ou: Cha K Rice, Baltimore, Md;
Jesse M Sears, Carlisle. Ind; Dan II Sillier, Fort'
Wnvne. Ind: Sir Slinnlo Arnaise, 2l") Di'lancr-at,
N Y; 11 W Hall. Hustings, Mich; Wm Y Mnra'ton,
Lowell, SIrss; Mr CJ Spnrton, Camden, Ala; C K
Kaw. Fredcrlcktown, O; Mr Lucv Hunter. Furra
Ington, 111; Opt E .1 Spiuldlng, Camp Sliimbiineh.
Wy; I W Tracy. Steamboat Hock, lo; Sir I.ydla.
Walte, Shoshan. N Yr; J M Peck, Junction City,
Slont; 'leury Hoe' Ilantas, Cul: L I Cnnunlnga,
Kantoul, III: S K Jones. Poeheslnii. Four Corner.
N Y; Ueo F Hull, Ehonlo, Cal; Win K Bar trie,
Storling Pa; II P Sam. (US Penn st, Pittshtirg.Pn; J
HJacknmn. Mlsuel a Depot, Ky ; Henry Zohlst, Oph
cva, N Y; Huttie Parrot. Montgomery, Ohio: h Let
work, Chatham, 111; SB McCoy, Nas'hport, O; W W
Warner. North Jackson, .Mich; Mary A Winnn, lla
rien. Wis: John Zleulei', Carllse Snrlnna. I'a: Jaa
Tompkins, St Cloud, Mltiu; Enoch Duer, Pawnra
City, Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xeula, O; 8 B Nlchola.
univesion, rex; ii L, i.aini. i pper Alton, 111: Joha
Duvls Prescott, Arlmona; Mr Nancy (iriiham. For
est lirove, Oregon; J V Robert, Maricopa, Ai
zona. Golden Mkihcal Discovkut
Is alterative, or blood-cleanaing.
Golden Medical DkscovKHr
Goldkv jSIkdical Discovkrt
Is a Cholagoi,tie, or Liver Sllmulant.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
By reason of Its alterative properties cnrea disease
of Ihe blood aud skin, a scrofula or king' evil, tot
mors; ulcers, or old ores: blotches; pimple
aud eruptions. Hy virtue of It pectoral properties
It cure bronchial, throat and lung affections; Incip
ient consumption: lingering rough) aud chriiniar
laryngitis, itscholagogue qualities render It in as
equaled rcmedv for biliousness, torpid liver, or "li
er complaint;' and lis tonic properllea make I
equally elticacinua in curing liidlgcstlun, loss of p
petite and dyspepsia.
Where the skin Is sallow and covered with blolrhea
and pimple, or here there aro scroflilou attiw
lion andswelllugs, a few hollies oftlolden Medical'
Discovery will ellecl an entlro cure. If yon ft-el
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow rolor'of akirr.
oryellowlsh brott ii spots on face or body. freiiieaa.
headache or dizziness, bud Inste In mouth, Inlemar
licnl or chill aitcrniitc.il ulih hot tlu.hea, low spirit-,
and gloomy fnrebodlngs, irregular appctitu ami
tongue coaled, yon are autlerlug from torpid liver
or biliousness. In many case ol .Iver complain,
only part of these symptoms are experienced. Aa a
remedy for all sucli cases, Dr. I'lerce's Oolden Medi
cal Discovery has no equal, a ellcets perfect cant
leaving the liver strentlicucd uud healthy.
The People's Medical Servant,
DR. R. V. PIERCE
I the solo proprietor anil manufacturer ol Ihe fore
going rumcmo, all or wiiirn are sum ny nruggisaa
lie I also the author of tlic People' Common Sen
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thousand
page, with two hundred and elghty lwn wood en
graving and colored platua, lie lias already aold of
tula popular work
OVER 100,000 COPIES.
Price (postpaid) $1 10. Addrr-s
R. V. PIERCE, M. P.,
Worid'i Oiapcntuiy, Dullulo, New Yoi.