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lapcine Porous Plaster!
(in llln jirilliiiiMf iiiti.
ptlu killing agent lu ouu,
The manufacturers received the highest and only
Mrd jlven to Porous Platter it the Centennial.
we warrant Hcnaoo a Capclne Plaster to lie aupo-
vv uiuur rorous naaiert auuuiail uuimenia.
SK THOSE WHO KNOW
Alllr an V nhvalMain If Ili.nn.n'11 Piih.l.i. TJ ...
nr lii uot the bt-Ht p1atur lu tb world. Till
nurHBiuo unic.ie wan uivnu?a to ovorromo the
rillTItf ulnur ikll..n l t..n..... r
wt ln UViklVU IU UllUKIHJf UtlUI,
or Umo and weak back, rheumatism, troubles of
niiltie ami kidney., it la a truly wonderful rcme
I'h) -li-iatiH everywhere recognize lu great au-
. iili iwruun jjimniera arm to all llui
relieves pain at once and cures quicker
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,-.-, -.i. omuicm ur cuiupouuu.
V TTTTHV THERE arodangcrnusand
IU X 1 1 '(irllil... (mlli.!lmia 1,1
son's Cuprttia pln'der lu the market. The gen-
" i" worn -i apciuo ' cut ttirongn eatn
Icr. Sold by all druifulala. Price i cent.
UK ONLY 83 CENT
IN THE WORLD,
A safe ami reliable; suloti-
tel'or (tMiiniiie. The great
teless hk'Uiciik; lop all di-
iscs caused by 3Ialari.il
lsoiung. being a preventa
i' as Aell as a certain reme
i'or nib Airue, Airiu Cake. i!e-
tteiil. Intermittent Fevers,
Iney Coiii!,iint, Jhsjieioia
ieral tonic for uVljilihtnl
terns. Price 'S cents her
. ramilv boxes $1.0i. Sold
Druggists. .Mailed on le-
h't of price.
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iii i:w;i..Y i;i:o.. pah. nil!.
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iplcof ruliwr l'oo'Ik and circular of niniri
inrmutinn lv ciiri'. t'niHtilfition frit and
i nlliil . l.'.'.mliii.- Ki-iii.'ilu rUin $5 u box.
'i'i" ot viuliiy. (iri'iiritun" wraktivno. rni rva.
lulinl mi l ImmIv. di-onliT of llir liralr. and
I yi'm, ami 'hiUitii-k nultlni; thrri'Vom,
ycun il liy IIA l M'K( 1HC. Prwrrrt
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lllJjrr1"' bi"1 ""' a''""1'""
Kiitliiu'. to W. 1). .uulre, WortliluliiL'u,
1). I. c.
an aliitolnlu aud Irrcaiatuhli cure for
. Inli'inprriinre and the ue of Opium. To
Nmrotli a and MIiiiiiIuiiIh, rcniovliie all
.I...I I I...1.1I i.C nulnif mu nr Ilium
Iiivrin- null iiinil ii-iiin ii.i "
IniMht' tiihtiMirdfainfur them perfectly
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I- mill iuri;iiniiiTii. i' i...i. .- ..
i lcMlmnlifii coiilrol of tiivaulirivlv of them-
n uu nf-ir 1 1 ii-ntin.
uvciits that iiliMillltH pnvnicirni alio mono
iillon Ihtit followa tho niddcti hrcukliiK oil
Uil','1', pri piiiil, to cum I to a peraona, pi.
h ik t.iu ai r-. rr..iiiii..i-niii.ii imil
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'V IW n'KUSMKli, CO.. Solo Airi-ntu,
'he Hop Cough Cure
Ivanll pain, looactiB the cnuuli, oiili'tathc
nun piiiiiiicca real, it ni'vcr fuila 111 lirr
;n iini-ii rum n unre uicri) la 11 anuiloH
ft unci' mid you n ill llnd It ko.
Ill MALE 15V ALE I)i!LT.f.UST8.
llt II. Hl'Ni'.w. You are herein- untitled
llie'.'oth dny of November. iKX 'llrhliiinln
ill tiled III" hill lu chilliei.iv In the AI'Min
I'V clmill eimrl. In the Mule of lllli.ula
1011, for divorce mid Hint anid aull la nun
(but a ammuoiia wiia thereupon laniiel
mi, retiiriiublii on ihn iirat Mi iiilnv in ,lnn
II, tu H term nl aiilil ciiiii'I llieu lii be holileil
hiiMin'i-e. in I'lilro In anid 1 oimtv. tntc(
r'.'Hlll his. .IONS A. IIKnVK.
I'. ViiLF.i,i:it, Sol, foi'l'oiiiprt Clerk.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNrvn wnvniTiPD n
. . 1 7 . ' "'inu, , ' w T Jil'iUJXW 1,010.
I I " I I . II III I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
oacwiiBallella Building, WthInton Arnlue
CAIBO, ILL10I8. '
Dally (delivered y tarrlura) per week V
Hy mail tin advance) ouu year 10 00
Nix moutha 5 no
Throa tnontba II Hi
Ouo muptb 1 (JO
ny mall (In advance) ane year lit no
Three noutlia SO
To cluba of tm aud over (per copy) 1 SO
Pontage iu all caava prepaid.
Flral Inaertion, p-r tquare $ 1 00
Huhacrpicntlnaertiona, eraiiiare SO
For one week, per aquare 3 on
Kor two weeka, per iUMre 4 til
Kor three wet ka, fl III
For one month 7 01
Each additional tquare 4 uu
?lrt InaertloD, per wiuttre f 1 00
Huhixiient Inm-rtioiia SO
Kl'ht lliiea of aolid noupandl couatitute a aquare.
lllaplayed adverllautnent will tie chared accord
ing to the apace occupied, at above rati! tbero be
ing twelve flnea of aolid type to the inch.
To remilar advertlaera we offer anperlor Induce
metia. both aa to ratea of cbargca and manner of
dlap.uylng their favora,
LiM:al notice twenty emit per line for flrat Inaur
M011; tuu ceuta per Hue for each auhaoqueul luaer
tlou. ('oinmiinlcatlona npon aiihjrcta of general intereat
lo the public are at all tiinea acceptable. Jiejected
miiuuacripta will uot lie returned.
Letter and coiiiiiiuiilintloiia ahould be addreaaed
"Cairo liulletin, I'nlro. Illlnola."
J.NlJ. 11. OHKHLY. (ieaeral Manager.
E. II. Diirfio Pitthlnin,'
John lJ!:tM mul Ijii.-i'S. . Ht. Louih
Jiitnes Fifk I'mlufiili
f.olilen Kule Niw Orleans
Vint Sliinkli; ('inciniiiiti
J.itiii's W. (iatr Mi'iiijiliis
Ark mis is Ii"!l! Evanvillt;
Arkunwis IJ-lIi- Evaiii--v!ik
J'.. II. Diirl'cc St. Ijuih
.I'llin I 3 1 j x 1 ! 1 mul bitrfji-kNew Oi'li'itni
City nl' 'ick--lii:rif St. Louis
.Liiii 's W. (jiilV Mcinpliiri
Jiiinca J'iik I'a'luculi
ilii'll ItU'C ?i.- (Jrit'Ulln
Vint Sliinkli Ciniininiti
Tlif My ( li'iirii il"j)iirti-l fur St. hmU.
Tli" J''!m !.'i;ii.i!'l :tu 1 liurL'i-s brrivvil at
T!i' (iolili'-n Rulo :;vcil up i-.t luin for
Tli" Ainlcrs'i.n is tin; to-i! :y IVmh t'in.'!n
lutti for Ni.'w Orli.iins.
Tin; lilnts of tlii' City oi" Vick-littry rcudt
3 feet C iiu li' s w.itur out from St. Louis.
Tli'--City of Alton, C'oloni'lo, mid J. II.
M. Koi'M'T, nil fur St. LotiN, arc iliu- IV0111
TI11; Alloy !:i'jiu fur Mi-mplii.s an t TI10111
::- SiuTi.A'k fur New Ork-aas, lire ihii- ficin
Tli'! K. II. Jluif.e has a liii; trip for St
I.ouU She was iu port tin.- .T-ater part of
tlic day, full of liusi;ii-ss.
Ciijit :iiu Taylor Lrou'ht tin; Jaims Fi.sk
iu'.o port f.om PailiK ali jcstcrilay wi h a
yo'i t:ip of fivyl.t uuil u;i !('.
The J.illli s W. (oiir .i.-.im1 tii yi sti-rilav
:ii'inii:).'. a il.tv lu liiuil tiiiic. tin- n--ult of
li'T mi.-hap at I-lall'l -ID, mi TImU'mIiiv.
The St.-. f : if - vi vo caui" 011'. from St.
J.ouis on Snmhty cveninir witli 1 M tons to
lo taken south I'V the Cityol Yk'k.1,iiry.
The City of Vii ksliurL', lifie'ii Lours jiat
'lur. airivi"! at 1 o'clu'W. Shu mailt' ruiul
ii'llitioiis aii'l left for Viikshur:: with a
This afternoon, on the arrival of trains.
t!ie ..'ooil T. T. Hillman, Captaia Jicph
An.lirost', leaver fur New M.i'lri.l aibl the
lieii'ls. The Hillinaii is a paid lioat nti'l
transai U all Ihlmucss ironiitly.
The ('has. Morgan will he at the wharf,
this afternoon. She will lie ready to ac
commodate people tind freight for the south.
A better hout than the Morgan don't swim,
and lur titlieers are hu.iine.ss men, as well
as clever p utlellien.
The Vint Shinkle, with every inch of
space in her packed with freight and a cithin
well filled with passengers, and towini; a
loaded harp', canu; into jxirt at noon. She
remained in port a short time, needed
nothing, and departed for Memphis.
The Arkansas Ik-lle arrived at day arriv
ed at daybreak yesterday iiiorninir,
about fifteen hours behind time, with a
big shipping trip for the south, which she
discharp.'d in a big hurry, nnd departed, on
her return trip to Evattsville.
The new steamer Guiding Star, built by
C'uptain Miller, of Cincinnati, was given a
trial trip on Sunday, and proved herself n
good one in every particular. She will be
under the management of the Southern
Transportation Company, and will start on
her first trip to New Orleans on Thursday.
Captain Thomas Shields informs us that
there is a probability of the John A. Scud
der being put into the Cairo and New Or
leans trade, along with tho Howard. Cap
tain O'Neal, with the Howard, and Captain
Carter with the Seudder would niuke high
cii'ryings on hereabouts, and would make
a very hard team (o fall against. Vo hope
tho Seudder will come ain.nitr us. We will
treat her well.
The Golden City, with her new boilers,
ney wheel, new chimneys, and vari.nis other
improvements, coinu into port on Sunday,
on her way to the south, The new cylin
ders are 2'J inches in diameter, 8 foot stroke,
2 feet more than the old ones gave her.
Since the advent of tho new boilers, two
thirds of the fuel that was formerly con
Mimed is fully siilUYlent to supply all tho
Kteani needed, Tho new wheel is consul
erably longer than the old one. The moot
prominent of the improvements above is
that made in the olllee, which lias been en
larged, repainted, and arrayed to satisfy
perfectly tlieexriuiBit taste , of the amiublo
Captain Billy 'Mclntyre, ' who in their
apartments rcigni lupremo. Captain Hog
Icr is tho able and pleasant commander of
tho Golden City, and Alex Semplo , U her
second clerk, with ''Kenedy Bam" (wo don't
mean tho three card monte man) as his
CiuiiDUEH cry for It, but they stop cry
ing at once, after they have taken a stogie
dose, as Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup cures all tho
pains our little ones are subject to. Price
Ova lino of fine Shoes for ladies,
children and men's wear has never been so
complete as at thU time.
O. Havthohn &, Co.
Fun the largest and best selected stock
of Liquors, Wines and Cordials of all kinds,
to be found in Southern Illinois, go to
St(k:kfi.ktic fc Biioss.
Cloaks ! Cloaks 1 Just received anoth
er line of choice Cloaks. Remember by
walking a few blocks dollars can be saved
in this liue of goods.
New Yoiik Stoke.
Buy your school books of A. W. Pyatt &
Co. Their stock is complete, and their
prices such as defy successful competition.
Fun Uknt. Dwelling on Twelfth street,
lately occupied by John Q. Harinan, Esq.
M. J. Howi.ev, Agent.
Wastm). Twenty coopers at the Mem
phis ('laiji'TJip' Company's works, Mem
phis, Tenu. Memphis Cooperage Co.
Foit a good shave lor ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber ahop, No. 1-12 Commercial
Foi: Ekst. Brick house No. Tl) Eighth
-ireet, with eight ru'ons. outhouses, cktern,
&c, complete. Aj ply to
Woou Kitten not si:.
Foil Kent to small family, cottage No. '))
Tenth street. lieUeeu. Washington aud Wal
nut. Three rooms, good cistern ami wood
shed, or .-uiiimer kitchen. Apply at No.
Tenth strc t. E. A. lit kne'it.
Smokeus. it you wish a fine "Key West"
or 'imported'' cigar, call at Knrsni"yer's
eiirar store. It is the only place in the city
alnio.-t daily in reeipt of fresh goods
KlD c; LOVES (LEANED. Ml-. W. M.l'-l)
w ill visit th'1 houses of the people of Cairo,
during the present week soliciting orders
for cleaning kid gloves.
To those who fail to receive proper nt
tt ntiou durinir the middle of the day whiic
our store is -o much crowded, we would
s.iy that after :j p. in. we can attend to all.
(J. HAvnioit.'v & Co.
If you would sive money, buy your
vhoiil linolis, stationery, etc., of A. W. Py
att A Co. Their stock is full, mid a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices are
as lo-.v as the lowest.
W. ('. T. I'.Thc members of the Wo
mail's Cliii.-ti.ui Temperance Union an- re-qiie-ted
tonii'i '. at the Teini"ianee i!i form
Ciub rooms at o'clock this afternoon.
By order of the President.
Mou.ii: K. Wr.n il Sec'y.
The C.uito Tt 'Unoemeindk propose giv
ing an intert.iiniu,'iit on the evening of
Thanksgiving day, November 2ttli, includ
ing pantomime, gymnastic exercises, eti
i 'j a corps oi ar;iis ; ana dancing, m
which the public is invited to participate,
The music for the occasion will be first
( lax, and the affair promises to be one of
the most enjoyable of the season.
A GitANi) Hall will be given on Tuesday
evening, November 2Hth, at the Cairo
Keform Club Heading Koom.
John Aisthorp, Louis Bross, Jus. Phillis,
M. P. Fulton. Ed. Dezonn, Geo. S. Fisher,
Floor Managers and Reception Committee.
Jas. F. Miller, Will K. Hawkins, W. M.
Williams. C. 1'ink, Geo. S, Fisher, General
The public are invited. Tickets for
gentlemen 1 ; Ladies free.
LETTIi: COLEMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman lias reopened her
itindry on Fourth street, between Washinr-
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that she is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. She has re
duced prices to suit the times.
Foil Hue imported Liquors, go to
Stih kkletii & Bitoss.
Prints! Piiints! Twenty yards of good
Dress Prints for 1.00, at the New York
Ladies who have been waiting for our
fine cloth top shoes, the latest styles, and
the best quality in the country, can now be
supplied. O. Havthokn & Co.
Tun parents and guardians of Bchonl
children should bear in miud that A. W.
Pyatt &Co, keep every description of school
books used iu the public schools in Cairo,
and offer them at prices that should have a
controlling iiillueuce with economical buy
ers. A Kt'LL line of those elegant cloth top
boots for Indies' ami children's wear, just
opened. O. Havthohn & Co.
liT A COFFEE SFUAll
10 pounds for $1.00, at tho New York
Store, also choice coffee 3 and o' pounds
Jt'EUY. -- Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they tan buy Marburg Bros
"Seal of North Carolina" at tho same price?
THE STAGE BUSINESS,
The New York correspondent of tho
Philadelphia Times says: I notlco Miss
Clara Morris denies taking morphine.
Far be it from mo to contradict a lady,
but if she tell tho truth alio has lwen sadly
lied alwut. Poor I girllSho says that when
sho was leading lady at Daly's theatre,
she went homo on feet shod with broken
shoes, through snow and rain, and that
her manager even refused her 1 3 for new
boots unless sho would sign a live years'
contract. This mayor may not bo true, but It
tells a story nevertheless. All is not gold
that glitters. Not an hour ago I met
one of tho brightest men on the metropolitan
piww. Twenty years ago he wsb facile
prinecpB. Ten years ago he was tho man
aging editor of a great daily. To-night
ho begged a drink of me, and when I ten
dercd him a dollar he thanked mo with
tears in his eyes. Make no mistake aliout
tin's man. He's on a tear now, but in ten
days he'll be making his $130 a week
as easily as rolling off a log. Rum gets
us all. The buno of New York life is
whisky. They all drink, it. Actors, man
ager, critics, dry goods men and everybody
else arc slaves to drink. It is the curse
of the age in w hich we live. A generation
of "bright fellows" die out every five years
If our clergy would bother their heads
alxmt this plague of our city half as much
as they do abut the second coming of Christ
it would be a jolly good idea, and if
Christ should chance to drop iu all of a
sudden, Ho would perhaps be quite
as well pleased as if His . followers
were found on their knees in prayer. Mr.
Howard is having a hard time of it rehears
ing his play, ''Lilian'sSecret," in the Union
Square. Thorne kicks because his part is
rather tame. Sarah Jewett kicks localise
her sentimental bis isn't as strong as
Maud Harrison's comedy. A stage rehearsal
before the people understand the play or
know the business is a tedious and most
pro- affair. Few people have any idea of
the work a stage iinuiagr has to do to
make the leading people understand. As
a rule, they are people of little intelligenrp.
and a corps of parrots would reailv do
better. It is drill, drill, drill all tin; 'time,
and then it's au even chance that they talk
mechanically and have but little concep
tion of the drift of their lines,
RULES FOR SPOILING A CHILD
1. IVtriii young by gii.g him whatever
he eiics for.
2. Talk freely 'u for.- the child about
his smart ncs us incomparable.
'!. Tell him that he is too much lnr you,
that you can do nothing with him.
4. Have divided counsel-, as between
father and mother:
3. L'-t him learn to regard his father
as a creature of unlimited power, capricious
and tyiannicul; or as a mere whipping ma
chine. 0 Li t him leatn (from his father's exam
ple), to despise his mother.
7. Do not know or care who his com
panions may be.
K. Let him n ad whatever he likes.
II. Let the child whether boy or girl
rove the streeets in the evening a good
school for both sexes.
IU. Devote yourself to make money, re
HK'Uibering always that wealth is a better
legacy l'o your cilild than principles in
the heart and habits in the life; and let
him have plenty of money to spend,
11. Be not with him iu the hours of
12. Strain at a gnat nnd swallow a camel;
( hastis " severely for a foible and laugh at
13. Let him run about from church to
church. Eelectiei.-ui in religion is the order
of the day.
14. Whatever burdens of virtuous require
ments you iay rin his shoulders, touch not
one with one of your finger. Preach gold
and practice irredeemable greenbacks.
The rules are not untried. Many parents
have proved them, with substantial nnifoni
ity of results. If a faithful observance of
them does not spoil your child, you will
at least have the comfortable 'reflection
that you have done what you could.
Harrold Bros., formerly of Wapella, have
now twenty-six thousand cattle on their
Texas ranche, which at an average of ten
dollars each, foots up the handsome sum of
$2(iO,00(J. Four years ago the Harrold
Brob. invested forty thousand dollars in
this business, and a Chicago man put in
forty thousand dollars more than double
the original capital, besides paying all ex
penses. They are c.irrvni'' only a few thotis
and dollars indebtedness on the last lot of
cattle bought. Clinton Public.
The Canadian surveyors are preparing
Cock burn Island, in Lake Huron, for settle
ment. A piod many Milliliters have al
ready gone in, and the sound of the nx is
heard on every side. The land is ceded
by the Indians, and will be sold at 30 cents
per acre. The payment lor 100 acres
will be $20 down and the balance in five
years, bearing interest at 0 per cent., and
the pnxceds will go to the Indian funds.
The land is reported to be first-class quali
ty, and tlie island is one of the most con
venient points forseltlement in the district
A young child of Mr. Charles Turder
fell into a tub of water Wednesday evening
and when found was dead. The child was
about two years old. Metropolis Times.
Olitnlned for new Inventions, nr for Improvementa
on old onea; for medlciil or other com pound, trade
mark and label. Caveat. Aaalgninenta, Inter
ference, Appeal". tult for Infringement, nnd
all case arlalng under the Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention thut have been
I? Ii1 I Vi 'T V I i b' ,1U 1'",,'"t omi" ni"V "till.
ilJi.l liJ I Jil' in mot euae, he liutented by
ua. Being oppoaltu the I', S. Patent Iiepurlmenf,
end enguped In Patent bualiieaa eMcliialvely, we run
make closer aeiirclu , and aecure Paienta more
promptly, and with broader claims, than iliuse who
urn reniole fnim Waahlugiou.
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lla cure exteuda over a period of l years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its aale couatuntly -.ncrenaca.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by lia mild, toothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures cold iu head and Catarrh, or Onoetia.
Au Open Letter :--It Speaks for Itself
Rockpoiit, Mass., April 4, ls:r.
Mn. Eiutor: liming read In your paper the re
pons of Ibe remarkable cure ii' ciilarrh, I am in
duced to tell what i know about catarrh, aud I fun
ey the "aimil" and "Inhuliug tube" maker mere,
dollar grabber would be glad If thi'V could embla
zon a similar cure In the paper. Kor twenty years
I have .iiilered wilh raturiu. The naaal passage
became completely closed. Snuff, dust. ashe. In
haling tulie and nick would not work, though at
interval I would mull' up the to-railed catarrh anuil
until I became a vaiiiiible tefter for mu'Ii mcdlclnce.
I gradually grew wrae, and no one can know how
much 1 "inb red or what a miserable being w a. .My
heud ached over luy eye otbutIa coudaed In
my bed tor many aiiccea-lve day, tiitl'eiiiu' the most
iutenae pain, w hieh at one time lasted for liiS honr.
All eeuee of taste uud aniell gone, tight and hearint;
pone, nervous aystetn shuttered uud constitution
broken, nnd 1 was hawking and spitting aeven
eighths of me time. I oraved lor deal 11 to relieve
me of my aiilferings. A favorable nutlce lu your
paper of Dr. SageV i iiiarrh Reniedv Induced me ii
purchase a (lin kage ami use It w ith Dr. Sage' naaal
douche, winch umilie the reniedv bv hydrostatic
pressure, the only way compatible with' common
sense. Well, Mr. Editor. It did nnj cure me In three
fourth of a aeeond, nor In one hour or inoulli. but
In lea than eight minute! wua relieved and in
three month cured nnd have remained to for over
Pi month. While using the Catarrh Reniedv I usct
Dr. Pierce's (.olden Medical Discovery to piirifv my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I' also kept r.y
liver active ami bowel regular bv the uae of hi
Pleasant Purgative Pelii-t. If mr experience will
induce other auil'crer lo aeek the a'ame nieana of re
lief, tlila letter will have answered Its purpnae.
Yourt liuly, S. D. liLNNIl'K.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named peraima nre among thn
thousand who have been cured of catarrh byihe
Uae of Dr. Sage's Cutarrh Reniedv:
A K Downs. New (ieiieva. Pn: 'I) J Drown St. .
aeph, .Vo; K C Lewis. Itutland Y; ( has Norernn,
North I h'-tertlei, Me; Milton June. Scrllui. X Y;
.1 K Miller. Kridger Station. Wv ; J C Merrvnian,
M M Post, LoL'.'insiorl. Ind: J U' Uallev. Tre'mont,
Pa; II It Avers, Laporte. Ind; Jesae M Sear. Fort
llratieli, Ind: L L Williams, Canton. Mo; W V
Thayer. Oinirgn, 111: S 11 Nichols. Jr. Uavcinn,
Tex; F Reinert. Stoneville, Pa : S W Luk. MeKnr
lnnd. Wis; .lohiison Williams, llelnilck.U; Mr M
A Curry. Trenton. Tenu; ,1 a Joslin, Keeue, N H;
A J I asper. Tal.'e Hock. W Va: Louis Ander.
tiravsporl. O; C II Chase, Klkliurt: Ind; Mrs Hen
ry llulght. San Fra;.tCM. ful; Mr li M Oulluaha.
I.awrenceville, NY; W J (iriihain. Adel, In; AO
Smith. Newmau, On: C has K Hice, Halilmore, Mil;
.lease M Sears, Carlisle, Ind; Dan II .Miller, Fort
Wnvtie. Ind; Mrs Minnie Aniaisc. '.".) Deiaucv-tt.
X V; 11 V' Hall, Hastings. Mich; Win F Jlars'tnn,
Lowell. Mas: Mr C.I Spurt Camden. Ala ; C F
Kaw. Krederli ktown, O: Mra I.uev Hunter. Farm
Ington. HI : Capt K J spaulding, f amp stnnilmngli.
Wy; I W Tracy. Steamboat Hock, lo; Mrs Lvdln
W'altu, Shusliiin. X Y: J M Peck, Junellon city,
Mont; Henry Hoe' llmitas. Cul; I. P Cuiiiiiiiug.
Ranloiil, Hi: S E.lones. Puebealoii, Four Corner,
X Y; tieo F Hall, Ebonlo, Cal: Win E llartrle.
Sterling Pa; II P Sam, Ills Penn at. Plttaburg.I'a; J
H Jiickluan, Misuel's Depot, Ky; Henry ohiat, (ien
eva. N Y; H.ittie Parrot. MonfgonierWohlo: L Led
work, Chntluim, HI; S U McCoy, Naa'hport. O; W W
Warner. North Jackson, Mich'; Mury A Winne, Da
rlcn. Wis; John Zlegler, Carllse Springs, l'aj Jaa
Tompkins, St Cloud. AHun; Enoch Duer. Pawnee
City. Neb; Joseph T .Miller, Xenia, O; S It Nichol.
ftnlyc-ion. Tex; II I. Laird. I'pper Alton, 111; John
Davis Preacott, Arizona: Mr Nuiicv llrnliani, For
cal Orove, Oregon; J W Hubert", Maricopa, Ari
zona. Golden Mkdical Discovert
I alterative, or blood-cleanaiug.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
It u Cholagoguc, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
By renson of It" alterative properties cure dl"eama
ol the blood and akin, at scrofula or king's evil; tu
mora; ulcers, or old tore: blotches; pimple
nnd eruptions. Hy virtue of It pectoral properties
It cure bronchial, throat and lung affection; incip
ient consumption; lingering cough and chronic
luryngltl. Itscholagogiie qualities render it an nn
equaled reniedv for bllioiiauea", torpid liver, or "liv
er complaint; ' and It" tonic proper! lea make it
equally cffieiiolou lu curing ludlgcttiou, lota of ap
petite and dyspepsia.
Where the skin It sallow and covered with blotchc
and pimples, or w here there are acrofulou atleo
Hon nndawellliiga, a few hot Ilea of Uolden Medical
Dltcovery will effect au entire cure. If you tee!
dull, drowav. debilitated, have allow color of skin,
or yellowish-brown a pott on face or body, frcipir.nt
headache or dizziness, had taste in mouth, Internal
bent or chills alternated with hot Hushes, low spirit
mid gloomy foreboding. Irregular appetite and
tongue coaled, you are aull'erlngTrom torpid ller
or biliousness. In many case ol ,ver complaint
only part of these symptom are experienced. A t
remedy for all Uch cue, Dr. Pierce' Hidden Medi
cul Dlacovcrv baa no equal, aa It effect perfect cunw,
leuylng. the liver ttreuutliened and healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DR. II. V. PIERCE
I the aole proprietor and manufacturer ol tho fore
going remedle. all of which nre told by (Iruirgltta.
He I also the author of the People' Common Sen
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thouaanit
page, with two hundred and ck'hty-two wood en
graving and colored plaice. Ho baa already told of
this popular work
OVER 100,000 COPIES.
Trlre (poatpnld) $1.80. Addreta
R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
World'i Dlapcu.ary, Buffalo, New York.