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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1878.
M KIM AT
Capcino Porous Plaster!
on thu eruiiiary nor
A Soothing, healing,
pain-killing agent In ouu.
The niamif.i-IMIv,r ri.c,lvi..l Ihi, ttl.,l...l m-A
award rUtm to Porou Plaster at iliti Centennial.
Wb warrant Benson's Capcine Plaster to he supu
rlnr tu oil other Porous Piasters and to all liniments,
ASK THOSE "NVIIO KNOW
Afllf atlU ltlit'nlltl tl flnna,...' r1......!.... ...
y if 111 iiniu f nin mil J'lirOlia
I' aatur mil Ihii liiml nlu.ti.nl.. il... it-i.i
fetnarkable article waa Invented to overcome thu
nn i uvjiTiuiu aiway lonna to the oruiuary porous
dater uf slow actiou In bringing relief.
Li A. Mi: HACK.
For 1 ntiii anil wu.l li.sl' ..,.........ii... i i ...
,. - . ., . Mi'iuiiFin. iroiiojrs in
. " K 1 kllll"'y. II I" trulv wonderful reme
ilv I liishiaiia everywhere rccngnl0 II. great su
periority to other porous plaster hBI to Mj .
incut. It relieve puin at oucn ami cure quicker
tliuu itj known plaster. Unitm-m or compound.
A TT'l'fAV TIIEKEaredMr'crouaand
I in t I ill -...I... . i.....
v - ' A - . worillltas Mil nm ions cii
xienaou t am nil' Plaster in the market. Tin- iri-n-utne
havii the word "Capcine" cut through, imb
plaster, hold by all druggtsia. I'rlu. -.fi cent.
THE OXI.V S.'i CENT
IX THE WORLD,
A safe and reliable siilisii-
tute.br Quinine. The great
tasteless medicine for all di
seases caused hy Material
Poison in;:, being a preventa
tive as, vell as a certain wmiim-
eTiifillvIil Jan J.I
Dumb Ague, Ague Cake, Re
mittent. Intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, Dvsjteiia
and Central l)fbilitv:"tlielest
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Price 25 cents her
box. Family boxes $1,00. Sold
by Druggists. Mailed on re
ceipt ot price.
DI.N'AS DICK A Co.. 35 Wooerx KTtirrT. New
ion. Ten cent explanatory book inaili'd fni ou
l.l by BARCLAY BROS.. PAUL (i. 8CI1UH.
Miaggtats. Cairo 111.
rpiIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY !
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
I stssdallv rerom-anf'
VAII u i nil i
i r.mw mended a an tin-
gZ ratling lure for
fin? IS Mr Spermatorhca. Im-
5LI potency, atul all
aiir'a tout rot
low a a atuvni'
on pii.'II aMnr; a.
l.o of Mitnorr.
hark, Ultnni-Ka of the Vtalon. I'rvmatnrf (lid Am'.
nd many olhr dlMai'a that kad to In.anlty, ( on
finintiou and a Tr'-matuf tinne. all of w till h a. a
ruli' ar? nr.t rauirii T di-viatlnir mini the t.nth of
r.atur and oirr -inaiiitprfi''. I U"! Nlw-cinc MfOli Im
ia the fault of a lifr atudy and many ji-ara of tx-in-rii
nci' In tn-atlns thcat pirial iiim a.
Full iiarilcularr iu our Paniihli l. hkh e rti-
lire to aind fn-r mail to everr one,
The SniTlirt Mcdli ino la anirt bv all drnifLM.ta at
ti per parkairi:, or an pii'kak'K for$i, or will !
nt by man on ri i'eipt ot the money nv adiin mini
TlIK l It A Y MKHt lNK CD..
No. 10 MMlianic l!li k, Dutik.it. Mu h.
If-Hold In Cairo. Ill , by J'ai t SniiH, and
Viow of !M'ari'iafxo!
IT"ril 4 T A (iulrte to Wcillork and
J4M iV.ll '"'"'oentlal trialiM on the
riutlea of marrlatrc and the
yVN'O rouaea that unflt for It; the
U A IMM A ( K""1'! "f KepriHtiirtl.m and
"ook for private, conaideratu nadlni;, i't) pns,
I rice VI cvnta.
A PItlVATK MKIllCAL ADVISKH!
f'n ill dlaordera of I private natnre arlflnj from
-eir anuoe. erea. or iiwrel dlai noea, with the heat
neana of rtirr, if-M larce t'at'ea, prlre U) cetita.
A rllnlral Iceture on the above dlaeaac and thou
if the throat. Iiiiii;. ratarrh, rupture, the opium
'.ahlt, ete,, prlru Id Centa.
Klther hook aenl Pont tiald on rerelpt of prlre: ot
ajl three, roiitalulne; Ml ia;ea, beautifully illuatro
a, lor in reuia.
Addre- liKJIITTS. No. 12 X. "Ih t., St. I.ouln
Vl f'lTOL' VII WV I Hit A il
ill l lJUli r lili 1 in', prl
r I v a t
.oapltal, IH7 Kant Waltlnu'ton alreet, t'Mi ao. Tor
he cure of all private, chronic and aperlal dlaenara.
MHtNAt. wruiiNKaa, xr.uvora oiiiii.itv and mint
xfitooli, permanuntly rured. Dr. (). I t yraduate
rnr idTiinn m uhoi, anil uaea no merrurv; nHa tne
artd'at prtictlre 111 the I 'tilled titntea. I.Allllx ri'
liilrliix treatment, with home and himrd, mil or
'rlto. Kierv eolivenli nce fur patient". Send tlfly
enta for MA'ltlll A'.K (il IDKI'l pH.-eii lllu-lrat-d,
Married ladli a and i-eiillemen aenil fifty eenta
jr .ample of ruhher cooila and rlrruliirof Imtiort-
int Infiirniallon hy exprea. t'onulttlnn froe aud
OBUiluullal. ilellalile remale I'llli y a hni.
'ion, lo.a ol vltnllty. pri'iiiaium weaktie"", enerva'
ion of mind and liiuly, iorler of the hrnln and
ii rvotii' avtein. anil 'nili-erle reaiillltii; Iherefroin.
peedlh i-'iired br ItA'I'Ks' SI'KCIKIC. I'repiin-d
an t'inliii'iit pliv-lelaii: t n eaxe, ti for "old by
iruifKMN. I'or tin uliir with full ptirlinilar", ad
iroaa Dlt. I1ATKH. -U Slate alreet, ( liliauo. III,
-i OAli"'" l'ertniinent aiile.nien vinnt
SI I ! to ell Hlaplot.ooilri to ill-Bier. No
I1-"" pidilllii,!. Kpenea paid. Adilrena
. A. CRAM" X CU.,!., ! tl it 8 Home St., clip
KMiriT.ll Pl.lTKII WATCIIKM. ( -hl'Mtii'Ht In
htaVht world. Wample Watrh Kree to Aaeiila, Ad
droaa. A. CDl l.TKII CO . I'lilea, Ilia.
Thu Original and only aimolulu
eure Srnil KtHIlin for book Oil
plum Knllni!, to W. U. Sun ire, WoNuIiiIolmi,
ireenii.Couuly, t r 1 1 1 .
iMlUNDKY, MACIUNK SHOP AND
VlILCAN IlJON AVOIJKS
93 OHIO LKVKK, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T. Honnio,
IA ISO eatalillahfd hlaworki at the thov men
tinned plaeo la hetlr prepared than tnt tot
iinnfacturlnc Htoam Kii(rlnea aud Mill Marhlnery,
lliiwllllf ft Ul.ilnl lamn.a. mi . .. I - H1..l . L
.', i',i'u, .Minn.,, .hh auiifia loom, ma
hanttlacturt of all klnda of Machinery, Hallroad,
u-amuuai aim iinu(u tingyuffn naua a apcciany,
Rattnrlll atlenttna uti'.! tA ranalva of Vnvtnaaanil
rfa- v atmica oi an ainaa nans to ororr.
riptritUni la til Its branehei.
THE DAIIiY BULLETIN.
olce: Diill.'tla BuliaiiiR, WiihIiIukIoii Avettuo
Dally (delivered kv tarrlura) per week f 89
Hy niail (Iu utlvitiice) ouo year 10 uu
hlx mouth 5 !
Tbruo uioutha ti N)
Ouo mouth 1 UU
fly mall (In advance) auu year i .... $ 3 1)0
Six moutliH 1 im
Three. Nioutha Ml
To cluba uf ten aud over (per copy) I So
l'uatuuu In H caaea prepaid.
A U v o r 1 1 i n ic It ti ton:
Klrt Itiaertlon, per aquuru $ 1 00
HubaeiUent Imwrlloha, er KHri! fill
Kor one. week, per aiiiarn HOI
For two weeka. per aiiiaru 4 Ml
Kor thrtio week. A no
Koronu mouth 7 mi
Each addllbnal aijuare 4 00
lrat luaertinn. per aiiur 1 1 00
bubaftqlleiit lliaertlona JO
KlKht lluea of mild nonpBr'll rontltnie aiiinre.
Difplnyed advertlaeineiit will be charifed accord
IliK to the apace ik ciipled. at abovn ralea tkera bo
Iny twelve fuiea of aolld type to the Inr-h.
I'o reirular advertiaera wo offer auperlor Induce
menta, both aa to ralee of charijea and maimer of
dlaplayiutf their favora.
Local notlcea twenty centa per line for drat Inaer
'.Ion; ten centa tM.r Hue for each (ilbaenuent luaer
Commuiilcatlona nimn aubjuctaof central Intereat
to the public are at all tltnea acceptable. Ilejected
mnuiixcrlpta will not be returned.
Iicttcr. and commiinlcHtlona ahotild be addreaaed
' Cairo liulletlii. Cairo, llllnola."
JXO. II.OUKHLY. General Mannzfr.
John D. Maude Yirksburff
Charley McDonald itml burges. . . I'lidticnh
Octuviii Ht. Louis
John Mean and tow New OrlcatiH
Iron Mountain and tow St. Louis
JanicH Fink l'udttciih
L'. I. Schenck Cincinnati
Gold Dust St. Louis
John Ii. Maude St. Iiiiih
John Means and tow 8t. Iuis
Janus Fik I'adiicah
U. 1. Hchenck New Orleans
Gold Dunt New Orlearm
Captain Dunlap, of Gray's Iron Line, in in
Tlie John Means and Largcg pnspd up
The. Haven and tow departeii Cur Evans
ville on Ttietdny night.
Tito 1'ort Eau.s and larj-es are due from
St. Louis this afterniKin.
The John II. Maude pas.x'd up almut rive
o'clock yesterday morning.
Giyen Fowler, of Paducah, was a pasaen
.'eron the Fiok ycstenlay.
C.tptuin Taylor will hack the the Fik
out for Paducah ut sharp five o'clock this
The Centennial, ("apt. Davison, will be at
the wharf this afternoon. She goc. to New
The Mollic Moore, ot the hangman's
(lay line, is evidently hung up somewhere.
She is a long way overdue.
The City of Vickslmrg was due from lie
low last night. She mil proliahly have
passed up la-fore daybreak this morning.
General Simpson rame clown from St.
Louis on the Oetavin yesterday morning,
and returned homo by rail in the afternoon.
The Charley McDonald arrived in port
from Paducah yesterday morning and was
put inio the hands of Smith Torrence, who
set to work repairing her boilers.
This1 is the day set apart for the coming
of the great Grand Tower. She will be at
the wharf this afternoon, ready to accom
odate freight and passengers. She goes
through to Yicksburg.
Mr. Charley Pennybakcr, formerly with
the Cairo City Coal Company, has accepted
the position of cashier on Halllday & Phil
lips' wharf-boats, made vacant by the resig
nation of Mr. Ike Moran.
Captain Reese had the tug Montauk tow
the Hello Texas from her mooring opposite
Eight street down to the lower wharf-boat
last evening, where .he began load'ng to
leave for Memphis this evening.
The Charley McDonald arrived yesterday
morning, and hud up to give Smith Tnr
renec time to patch her boilers. She will
leave for the Jetties to-day with a big tow
of stone from Hose Clare.
The Iron Mountain and tow arrived from
St. 1,ouih about three o'clock, v. m. She
will be here all day receiving. The Iron
Mountain is making her present trip under
the auspices of the M. V. T. Co.
The Gold Dust camo into port about four
o clock, with 11 big trip of freight and
people, mid towing a barge, loaded with
freight for Memphis. She made some ad
ditions of freight, and aeveral people, rnd
took her departure for New Orleans.
The .Too Kinney, lrom 8t. Louis, for
Memphis, will be at the wharf this after
noon. The Kinney is a good boat, well of
ficered and does business in a business like
way. Sol. Silver will furnish all desired in
formation in regard to her.
Captain D. W. Lockwood, with Iub fleet
of survey boats and corpso of assistants,
passed smith from headquarters at Detroit,
yesterday, to resumo the surveying of the
Mississippi to New Orleans. The work was
completed hs far ns Memphis last winter.
Captain Cooper, for the past twenty
years inspector of steamboats nt New Or
leans, wits in town yesterdny. Captain
Cooper ia returning home from a two
months so-jotuning in Illinois and Missouri,
which has been of much benefit to his
health and happiness.
The government boat Octavla, with a
party of civil engineers, from St. Louis,
arrived yesterday morning, and left for tho
South about four o'clock in the altcrnoon.
The trip is lieing mudo for tho puroso of
examining the Mississippi river between
Cairo and New Orleans, and ascertaining
as neur us possible, tho cost of repairing
tho bunks and improving tho channel of
The immense and splendid James How
ard, Captain O'Ncil, master, will leave Cairo
for New Orleans and all way points on the
arrival of the evening trains Saturday,
November 2'1. She will have ample accom
modations for freight and people, Captain
Thomas Shields, with headquarters on Ilal
liday & Phillips wharf-boat, No. 2, man
ages the affairs of the Howard here, ami
will tako pleasure in furnishing all desired
information in regard rates, ete.
The U. P. Hchenck urnved from Cincin
nati ut four o'clock last evening. She has
undergone numerous improvements since
her last visit to our wharf. Her cabin is
entirely new, and is commodious and very
pretty. She has forty-eight roomy and
neatly furnished state-rooms, with double
berths. Her office is large and very pretty.
Capt. Lawrence Carter commands the
Schenck, and Mr. Richard Hums is her
genial clerk. She departed for New Or
leans last night with over 1,000 tons of
freight and forty cabin, and a Lif list of
Thk HiTKKYK. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's IJitekcye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
the ..l-sculiis HipMK'a.stanum, or Horse
Chestnuts, commonly known as the Ruck
eye, has been highly esteemed for many
years, owing to the fact, that it possesses
virtues, lying in the bitter principle called
Esctilin, which can be utilized for the cure of
Piles. If affected with that terrible dis
ease, use Huckeye Pile Ointment and be re
lieved. Harclity Brothers, agents, Cairo, III.
South Amkiuca and Soitiiehs United
States. Ow ing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion aud ull dis
casos arising from disordered Stomach and
Rowels. They should ot course, ut all
times keep fhe liver active, anil to ourromJ
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
teu tave money and much suffering. Price
50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo,
Thk colored brother in a Virginian
church just hit the nail on the head when
he prayed at the close of a white brother's
sermon, "Lord bress de broder to whom
we bus listened so patiently."
Consi mition Cut ed. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and ull throat and lung afli-ctions, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, has felt it bis
duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to ull who desire it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. W. Sherar, 14!) Powers'
Block, Rochester, New York.
Thk Fat Men's Convention. We can
see some pleasure, if no reason, in the con
vening of a baby show, but we confess we
could never sec the slightest cause, reason
able or otherwise, for a fat men s conven
tion, unless it bo the fact that misery loves
company. For fifty or a hundred men",'
whose several weights range from two hun
dred to three hundred pounds, to hold a
convention simply because of so much sur
plus uvoirdupois, is absurd, to say the least.
It becomes doubly so when we reflect that
obesity is a disease. What would we think
of as many persons, emaciated by consump
tion, holding a convention to compare their
relative weights. There is but one ground
upon which we would advocttte another fat
men's convention, and that is that, they will
meet to discuss the merits of Allan's Anti
Fat, the only known remedy for obesity. It
is sufe and reliable. Sold by druggists.
Livkk is Kimi. The liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, ns it
controls the life, Icalth and happiness ot
man. When it is disturbed in its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the natural
result. Tho digestion of food, the move
ments of thettciirt and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous system arc all imme
diately connected with the workings of lite
liver. It has been successfully proved fiat
Green's August Flower is unequaled in (tir
ing all persons afflicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and ull the numerous symp
toms that resultfrom an unhealthy condition
of tho liver and stomach. Sample bottl' to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in all tovns
on the western continent. Three doses vill
prove that it is just what you want.
ILLUSTRATED SC1ENIFIC NEWS.
ILLUSTRATED SCIENTIFIC NEWJ.
Tho now volume begin JannarrM. 1879, ISpaffa
!M cnlnmna, full of llliialratlnna of New Improvtd
Machinery, Tool, lmitomeiita. Patent, Appa-a-tu
and 1'roecMc. with valuable Work Shop llltta
and Family Kncelpta l'laln, popular and readarla
article from Ihe beat wrllera on Hclencu and In
dustrial Art. Also a Latof Allowed Patents, with
tho name and addreaa of each luventor, a new feat,
are to begin January lit, of especial value to In
ventor aud Pateateca. not found In ant nth.
tuusTRaTitn nciannfc itm dm a large fir
dilation. On volume make abonl HU0 pair,
printed on An Paper fol only Ona Dollar a year,
lea In cluba. ttpeclmeni supplied. Siibarrlptiov
enured now till end oi year 1STD. Address.
. II. WAL1H4 SON, Publisher,
HBpruct Bt.,hew Vork.
XKANf y t'AUDSt with name inc. l'laln or mild
-"nuatyle. At ouillt lilc. Hull & Co. Iliidnon,
y ' 1 "or tea tn t and roateat
aelllnn I'ir.oiul Hooka and Itlhlea, I'rlcaa re
duced JLt Imp i...i, V...... Ii
: L' k."i'u ti-. ..... .
. ..t -' .aiiii.i, 1 i. jii.ipii m o ia,
WAXTF.D-A OOOD MAN Foil KVKIIY STATU
and Tiiprtliirv In l-i.lAH. . c. I 1 ...u
,, " J ' "- iii-iu, u nor nninrj iiiiii.
( all nr adi rn.M I n 11.. 11.. llai.r.. i-.. ii .n...t.u.
.,, , - iiw kidiii. v u., wi 11111a.nl.,
( llll BL'o.
AEXTaS READ THIS.
We will pay Agi-nta a auljry of $1(10 per month
and expi nw a or allow a luri;e coinnilMion to aell
our new and wonderful Inventloiia. We mean what
we any. Adilre.a, without delnv.
HIKKMAX 4 CO., .Murahall. MIchlRnn.
AHEAD ALL THE TIME
The very beat fooda direct
from tho Impnrtera at half
Die tiaual coat. Heat pllill
ever (illi red to Club AiPMita
and liirjfe bujera. All Ex
preaa Chari-i a PAID. New terma free.
THK t.HEAT AMEKIOAX TEA CO.,
'' O. o. 4 T..V !ll and !W Veaey St. New- York.
SWEET riN AY Y
Awarded priti at Centennial Kirxiutinn for
" catnap qualta and tietUtnet mi totting cka'
ueur oj iwilrtinj and flowing. Tlia be.i lotao-o
M.r nifla. A. oar blua atrip trade-mark ia clme-ly
imitacd on infanor toot., i.a that Jarktm't Brit la
on .Tut; plu. Hold ti; at dealer.. Hand for .ample,
'r.a, to C. A. Jicaaoi A Co., Mfia.. I'.l.nburg, V.
!,aram,a Purirallvc Pllla make New lili h Illond,
and will completely change the blood In the entire
ayat.'tu In three tnontlia. Anv pen-on who w IlKtHke
1 pill each uL'ht from I to i weeka mav be n-nlored
to aotltid health. If such a llilna he po'aaible. Kent
by mail for S letter Karupa. I. .S. JOHNSON A CO.,
HaiiKor. Me. 4w.
REXSOys CATC IN E
Itaf? POROUS PLASTER.
A "Wonderful Honiedy.
There ia no comparlaon between it and the
common alow acting.' porous planter. It r In every
way superior to all other external remedies In
cluding llnlineuta and the no-called electric ap
pliance. It cotituin new medical element
which in combination with rubber, poaaeaa the
moat extraordinary palii-relleviue.atren-rtheulni;
and curalhe propertiea. Any plnalclan in votir
own locality will onllrm thu above atatcin'ent.
Kor Lome Hack. Hheumutl-m. Female Weukneaa,
Mnbborn and Ne.-lecteil Cold and CntiL-h. dia
eaai.fl Kidney. Whooping Cough. Affecllou of
the Heart, and all 111 for which poroua plaster
are lined. Ill eitnplythe beat ktiowu remedy.
Ak fur Meh'ou'a cpaclne I'nroii Plaster and
take no other. Sold by all druggtata. Price 'JS
eta. Sieut on receipt of price, by Sjcabury 4
Iohiion. '.'1 Piatt atrei t. New York
W nAVK OOU IIF. A LTI1 Till 1.IVXB
.'I l. n . net nr.ri I uuur tt
E FOR DrSEASESOF1
aUMTrl 1 J ft
to Pamphii adJre.a Da. bAsroHU, hew Voclt.
The Gre.it Diuretic Compound.
Ia a anre. quick remedy for all dlaenae of the Kid
ney. HIadiler. aud I'rinarv Organ. exiting either
In male or female. A. Irritation, Inflammation, or
t'leeration of the Kidnera and Itlndder. Gravel.
1 stone in the Itladder. Iti-d'diah or Hrick-dnt sedl-
ment in trine. Thick. Cloudy or Hopv
I rlne. rainful I nualing, Dewetting. Mil
con and Involuntary Diacharge. Morbid Irri
tation of the Bladder" and Crctbra, Chronic Ca
tarrah of Uladder. siuppreaalon. retention or In
continence of I' rlne, Diobetc. DropaT, Organic
Weakneaa, Female C'oniplnint. and all Chronic
Muladle of the Urinary aud Sexual Organ.
Thotiaand can alteat to It wonderful curative
propertiea In theae dlaeaaea.
For Nervou Debility, with all Ita gloomy attend-ant,--Dlzziuca.
Lu of Memory, Low' Spirits,
4c.lt I a aoverlgn ti tueilv.
SMOi.ANDKK S Bl'CIlU buoy up the enerva
ted ayati-m, Itnparting new life and vigorous action
the whole ;tcm becoming urenfthcned aud In
Be atire and ak for Smolauiler'i Buthu. Init
upon having It, aud take no other.
PRICE 81.00. SIX BOTTLES, IS5.00.
Foralby ill Wholesale PruggUta In Chicago,
and Medicint Dealer generally.
THE MOST AGREEABLE TONIC AND
Kver-Oflin-od to tlio Public.
TT WITiTi 1 Improve voar snpetlte, riicill
11 11J1J I tale illgentloii, give tone tot lip
nervous system, vitfor to every part of the body.
TlIKItEUr ISd'AKTINO IIkatii and Stuknuii,
NORKaMEDY so good
For Languor and Debility.
The medical faculty indorse It for Drapcpata.
Jaundice, Nervous Debility. I.oa of Appetite. 11 ml
nil disease arlalug from a Disordered Liver or Sto
mach. Person living In or vialting ectlnn where Va
leria. Fever ami Ague, Billion Fever. Ac,, are the
characteristic (Jiaeuse. should be provided with this
valuable medicine. It la a sum preventive torall
ailment arising from malarial causes- It Is a pre
one of the best Itemedlcal Agenl which the clence
of Chemintry ha pliucil at thedlspomil of tho phy
iclon, combined with other valuable tonic, deli
cately flavored with cholcu aromatic to please the
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Korale by all the Wholesale Druggist iu du al
go, and .Mcilicino Denier generally.
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
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The advejtler, retired physician, having prov
identially discovered, while a Medical Missionary
n southern Asia, a very simple vegetable remedy
lor the speedy and permanent cure ofConatimptlon,
Asthma. Bronchitis, Catarrh, and all throat anil
lung nrliTtloti. also a positive aud radical specific
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can da so hy return mail, bv addressing, with
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its cure extends over a period of 20 ears.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Ita sale constantly increase.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures hy lis inild, soothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure cold in head and Catarrh, or Ozocna.
An Open Letter :--It Speaks for Itself.
RocKPOitT, Mis. .April 8,1877.
Ma. Eiimin: Having read in your papar the r
por.s of the remarkable cure of ratarrb, I am In
duced to tell w hat 1 know ahoul catarrh, and I
cy the "nufl"' and "inhaling tube" maker mera
dollar grabber would he glad if they could embla
zon a iniilar cure In the paper. For twenty year
I have suffered with cutarrh. The naal pasage
became completely closed. Sntilf, dust, ashes.ln
haling tubes and sticks would not work, though at
Intervals I would nun" up the so-called catarrh anuft
until I became a valuable tester for uch medicine.
I gradually grew wre, and no one can know how
much 1 uffered or what a miserable being wa. My
head ached over my eye so that I was confined t
my bed for many successive dai s, suffering the most
Intense pain, which at one time lusted for lhH honr.
All sense of taate and smell gone, sight and hearing
gone, nervous sjstem shattered and conatitutiow
broken, and I wa hawkiug and spitting seven
eighth of tne time. I pruved for death to relievw
me of my sufferings. A favorable natice In your
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Hemedy induced me In
purchase a package and use It with Dr. Sage' nasal
douche, which applies the remedy by hydrostatic
pressure, the only way compatible with common
euse. Well, Mr. Editor, It did uot cure me in three
fourth of a second, nor Iu one hour or month, but
In les than eight minutes I was relieved and in
three month cure! and have remained so for over
1H month. While using the f aturrh Remedy I uaed
Dr. Pierre' Golden Medical Discovery Ut purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach, i alao kept ray
liver active and bowel regular by the use of hi
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
induce other sufferer to i-ek Ihe same mean of re
lief, thie letter will have answered Its purpose.
Yours truly, H. D. KEN N lt'K.
CLOUD OF "WITNESSES:
The following named persona arc among th
thousand w ho have been cured of catarrh by the
use of Dr. Sage' Catarrh Remedv:
A F Downs, Newtieneva, Pa; 'D J Brown St. J
seph, .Mo; E C Lewi, Rutland Vt; Chas Norcrop,
North Chesterlleld, Me; Milton Joue, Hcriba, N Y;
J E Miller, Brldger Station, Wy; J C M err) man,
M M Post, Logansport, Ind; J W Italic v. Treruont,
Pa; II B Aver, Laporte, Ind; Jesse M 'Sears, Fort
Branch, Ind; L L William, Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer, Onarga, 111; S B Nichols. Jr. Galveston,
Tex; F Relnerl, Stonevllle. Pa; S W Luk, McFar
loud, Wis; Johnson Williams, Ilelmlck.O; Mrs M
A Curry, Trenton. Tenn; J O Joslln. hucne, NH;
A J Casper, Tab'e Rock, W Va: Louis Anders,
(iravspnrt. (); C II Chase, Elkhart; Ind; Mrs Hen
ry Ilalghl, San Frar.-.isco, Cal; Mrs EM Oallnaha,
I.awrenceville, N Y; W J (Irahain, Adel, Io; AO
Smith, Newmau, Oa: Cha K Rice, Baltimore, Md;
Jesse M Scars. Carlisle, Ind; Dau It Miller, Fort
Wayne, Ind: Mr Minnie Arnaiae, Sw) Dclaney-at,
N ; II W Hall. Hastings, Mich; Wm Marston.
Lowell, Mass; Mrs CJ Spnrton, Camden. Ala; C f
Kaw. Fredericktown, O; Mr Lurv Hunter. Farm
Ington, III ; Opt E J Spaulding, Camp Stnmhaneh.
Wy; I W Tracy. Steamboat Rock, In; Mrs Lydi
Waltc, Shushan, N Y; ,1 M Perk, Junction City.
Mont; Henry Hoc.' Banta. Cal; L P dimming,
Rantoul, IU; 8 E Jones. Puebeston, Four Corners.
N Y; (ieo F Hull, Kbonlo, Cal; Wm E Hariris,
sterling Pa; II P Sam, ftto Penn-st. Pittsburg. Pa; J
R Jtti'kmnn, Misttel's Depot, Ky; Henry Zohist, (
eva. N Y; Hat tie Parrot, Montgomery, Ohio; 1. 1.d
work, Chatham, III: 8 B McCoy, Naahport, U;WW
Warner. North Jackson, Mich; Mnrv A Winno, Da
rleu, Wis; John Zlegler, Carllse Springs, Pa; Jm
Tompkins, St Cloud. Minn; Enoch Duer. Pawns
City. Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xenla. O; S B Ntrhohr.
Oalveston, Tex; II L Laird. Upper Alton, III; John
Davis Prescott, Arizona: Mrs Nancy (iraham, For
est (irove, Oregon; J W Roberts, Maricopa, Ari-
Goldkn' Medical Discovert
Is alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
Is a Cholngogtie, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
By reason of It alterative properties rttre dlseaaaai
01 Hie blood and skin, a scroluln or king's evil; ra
mors; ulcers, or old sore: blotches; vimpleaj
and eruptions. 1W virtue of It pectoral propertiea
it cures bronchial, throat aud lung iilleiilnus; incip
ient consumption: lingering coughs mid chronic,
laryngitis. Itscholagogue qualities render It aunn
(quilled remedy for biliousness, torpid liver, or "Ut
cr complaint; ' and il tonic properties make it
equally eltlcaclon in curing iudlgestioo, lose of tp
petite and dyspepsia.
Where Ihe skill is sallow aud covered with hlotchc
aud pimples, or w here there ant scrofulous attcc
tion anil swellings, a few hotllu oftioldeii Medic
Discovery will ell'ecl an entire cure. If vou feel
dull, drnwv. debilitated, havii sallow color of kln,
or yellowish-brown spots on face or bodv, frequent
headache or dlzzlnes, bad tate In mouth, internal
hi nt or chills alternated w ith hot flushes, low spirit
and gloomy forebodings, Irregular apHtitn ana
tongue routed, you are suffering from torpid liver
or biliousness. In many case ol .Ivor complaint
only part of theae symptom are experienced. A a
remedy for all such case. Dr. Pierce's (iolilen Medi
cal Discovery bus no equal, as It eff ects perfect cams,
leaving thu liver itreugthvned and healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DH. R. V. PIERCE
I the ole proprietor and manufacturer ol the sW
going remedies, all of which are sold by dragsMav
H( la also the author of the People' Common rWns
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thonataaV
pagew, with two hundred and eighty-two wood am-
8 ravings aud colored plate. U ha already totdoT
ita popular work
OVEH 100,000 COPIES.
Prie (potpld) $t.. Addreii
R. V. riERCE, M.
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