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Line Porous Plaster!
ha ordinary por-
A Soothing, healing,
paln-ktlling agent lu one.
iinnfMr.tnwra vwnlvitrl thu lilrlAa iil nlu
Iven to Poroua Plasters at tha Centennial.
irreiit iicnson a oapclne Plaster to he snp-
11 uiuur rorous riaaiurs anu to til uuuuenls.
THOSE WHO KNOW
hy physician If Benson's Capclna Porous
i dim uit nesi piaster in ills world. Thin
hie article waa invented to overcome tha
(tciiiiu always ton nil to the ordinary poruui
f alow action iu bringing relief.
me and weak bark, rheumatism, troubles of
' ami kidneys. It la a truly wonderful renin
sicians cverywnere rcrogmae us great un
to other poroua plasters and to all Unl
it relieve, vain at once ami cores ntilrkcr
knowu plaster, liniment or conipouud.
ITTiT'iV TIIEKK are dangerous and
fj 1 l J L , worthless imitation of
aisririr.e I'lastor In the market. The gen
va ihn word -Caprine" cut through euch
noiu it) mi uruggiste. rnce za cent.
ONLY 25 CENT
IN THE WOULD,
IB 1 an m
safe and reliable substi-
br Quinine. The jroat
less medicine lor all ui-
s caused by Malarial
taiing, being a preventa-
is well as a cmaiiireine-
h Auo, Ague Cake, lie-
'lii. inienmtrent Fevers,
ev ('omnia int. IhiwiXiii
general I)cbility:tlie best
al tonic for debilitated
bus. Trice 2 cents ber
Family boxes 81,00. Sold
upjists. Mailed on re
DH'KA C'o .sri WoonTiB frr.r.rr. Nkw
en cent explanatory txjk mm led free on
BARCLAY Itltos.. pii'i. r; si rit ii
k Cairo III.
CHEAT ENGLISH REMEDY
liUAVS SPECIFIC JIF.DICIXE.
ls ntx-clnllr reconWRAOE Mir.
rnir mended an an un
failing cur fur
hi-m in 1 W cakiu
polvury, and all
disease that fol
low a a sa-qacure
nn sciiatiuse; a'
Iwo.s of Mwnorv.
I Hirer.! l.aaat-ift qit,:
Kludc. I'alu In thcD-"' kncz.
lines, of the Vision. Premature CM Ac.
y ottii rillf.i-aiM.il that lead to lnunltT. ( on
and a Premature Grave, all of whli h . a
,ir-t ranted by deviating from tin- path of
il im-r -indulgence. Tin- specific M' dnliic
-ill! of a life study "d many year of ex
tn t realm? these special dl-ia. .
.rtliular in our pamplil.-ta. hlih we aj -
nd free by it h 1 1 in i-n-rv unit,
relic Mt-dii Itiir U old a'.I JrorJt ct
ifpia"-, rtr l pai kai fur or will In--ail
on rividpt of tin- ni"ii"i hv adiln 'ini;
1 IIK (.HAY MKdli lNi: Co..
No. 10 Sin 'haute I'.'o. W. Dr.TUHT. Mini,
d In Cairo, 111 . by I'M i, l. Sun n, and
M7 Kat Wanlilnijtoii clri- l. Chli at'o. for
if all private, rhmnlf ami apii lal iti ai-
n:Kit. s Kin hi M.i:ii.nv and i;i'
piTinniii-ntly ciiri'd I r . I). l a i'r:i liiHt.'
inn .srtiool. ami ' no nicrru rv; hah Hi"
-ra. td'f In Ihc I'liln d Si m . t.MHhn n--.-atiiirut.
Kith him' and hoard, rail or
v.-rv rotn'-nl -nr.- for pi!ii-nt. Si-nd fl ft v
MAItUIAi.K lil lllK! .Tri pajc lllr.nlrni
i"d :idlc'andt'' iilli'im'ii 'nd fifty fi'lil
.of nililn-r L'iMiila and rlrrularof iinpnrt-
iiiallon hyi'xpp1. ContiilliHioii frii: and
lal . Iii-llih; hViualu I'llla f-'i a hox.
k'OI'S IlKISI LITY, .""i'S
id vlulllv. pn nmtnn' tti-akni-ra. imhtvb
niil and liiidy. ilord-r of die hraln and
V'lcm.and nil rii- n-ultliii llp'n'from.
urcd hv 11ATKS' Sl'Ki'lKlf. IT-pan-U
iii'-nl phvalrian : $ I a i ai'. 2 for "i; old bv
Kor rlrrnlar lh full paitH'iilar. ad
HATKS. Stl stall' atrw t. birnilo, 111.
M.AIIY. I'i'nnaiii'tit nu'runi n wont
i d to "i ll SHtili- (iooda to di'iiii-r" No
pi'ddlli'i;. K.xMHih.'a puld. AtMr'H
T A I'O .S, 4,1) .t H lloiim St., Hu
ll T' f t'l'Plt Xl'lTl'lII1 I'hi.iitii.Ml In
yorid. Miinpl" Wan h Kri'i-lo Au'i'iiiK. Ad
k A. CCn.TEU & CO , Clilrat;o. Ilia.
TTirANI) MO!IMIINKll niTCI IIKI)
I ll'l'hi! Ori.'ln.il and onlv ali'olnip
I III. . -." llu r-in.u ..-..m ....
laliiiif. to W. H. Hauiri', Worihlnlou'n,
Oil II I V , I II it
i ). i. a.
an almoliiti' and Irn-alatahlp cup1
1 11 1 N Tv-
Inti'nipi'rnnri- ami th tine of Opium. To
an-otfia and Stimulant, rviiiovlug all
liinlrn unci linhlt of n-lim Hiiy or tlii'in.
iillio tHHti or drain.! for llii-m ni'rfi'rtlv
and illHiiaiine. tillnKi'i'rymii' in'rfi'il
I'xlniiihlu ronlrol of tlii'noljrluty of lln'in
ml Ihi'lr frli'tida.
vi'tita thin uIim)IiiIi pliyalclral littd moral
lion that folloiva thu ainldi'li hn-nklliK "ft
Iiik PtltnulntitKortiiiri'iilli a.
I'i', pri'piilil. to ('tin1 1 to i pi'raona, .
in r liriii'uinia. SI."..".. Ti-iiipi-rumo and
ilii aoi lntli a ahnuld lino It,
itrinliwi nml ni'viT-fnlllnif.
urri'Kiw jiki;. co.,iSoin Airi'titn.
he Hop Cough Cure
"Hlllnln. lonanni llui pmn.li. nllli'ta till'
hud proilmva ri'nt. It m-viT lull" In l'r-
a purriicl rum wucru llmru la a cliiulmv
onreand yoiiwlll find II o.
I SALE IJY ALL iJltUOOISTS.
Ait II. Di'ni'an. Yon aro Iirndiv nnlllli'd
lU'JOtll Oil V of Novioiiln.r. IH-.X. "lli, I, ..!..
In llli'd lila hill In rhitm'iTV In Hip Afi'Xiiu-
f cin tin foun. In tl,o tmi of IlllnuU,
Ml, forillvorrPHiid Hint anld ault. la now
that aiiinmona tin. thon ii noti UhiumI
hi, ridiitniihlp mi thu ilrl .Mom uv In .Inn.
to n t "i in of mild l onrl llimi lo h'n n..l.l,.n
rl lioiim.. In Culrii In anld I'oinitv. Uuii'ii
Win. l". .ICIIN A. IfUHVK,
Wiimii.Kii, Hoi. for C ompl't tli'tk.
THK DAILY CAiltO BULLETIN i THtlllSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Oftcei Itnllrlln BullrllDC, WMhlneton Arenne
H u b m o 1 ij 1 1 o n It u t o :
Ial1y (dell ared ky carrlnra) per week $ 2S
Itv mall (in advunuv) ouu year 10 tal
HI mouth" , ft tn
Throe nioutua t m
One month j 00
Hv mall (lu advance) aue yvar it 00
Mi mouth. J ot)
Tliri'o niuntha ' .mi
To tluba of U-n and over (pt-r eopy) 1 Jd
1'o.iuki' iu all tuen prepaid.
Advertlatlnic It u t o
Ilrat Inacrtlon, ppr aqiure $ 1 fl
huhaequnnt InaiTtlona, cr aqltaru M)
Kor ouu Meek, pur aquare S )
Kor two ek. per aquaro 4 Ml
Kor tlircii wuckii, 8 ()
Kor one mouth 1 ft)
Bach additional aquare 4 00
?lrt lnaertlnn, per aquttru..., $ 00
Huharqupnt InaHrtlona 90
Klulit liin-a of aolld noupan-ll conatltute a aqnare.
lllaplayed advertiaemi'M will be charged accord
ln to the apace occupied, at above rati-a tUiiru be
ut twelve Iluea of aolld type tn the Inch.
To regular advnrtlniTa wit offnr auperior Induce
mvnta. noth aa to rutea of chargei and maimer of
diaplayluK their favora,
Local notice, tweuty cunta per line for flrat Inaer
Mon; t;u cent, per line for each auhacquciit luaer
Hon. Commntiiratlona npon anbjectaof Kcnerul Intereat
lo the public are at all tlmi a acceptable. Ili-Jccti d
manuwrlpta will not he returned.
Letter and coimnniilratlona ahould be addreaaed
"Cairo Uulletln, Cairo. Illlnola."
J.NO. II. UHEItLY. General Manaser.
. . .Cincinniai
. New Orleans
. A)w IiiviT
C. K. IVck
C. V. Amlcnton
J.H. M. KochliT
Iron Moiintuin Mnund City
John L. Hlimlcs Ht. Iiuis
Juines Fisk Pailuriili
C- K. I'etk New Orleans
Hickory St. Louis
C. W. Anilcrson Nashville
Joe Kiijttev '.St. Imis
J. IJ. M. Kit hler St. Louis
Daniel IJoonc Mi'iiiphis
Iron Mountain Hwlliurges New Orleans
John L. Hliodes l'ittsliurg
Tlie Golilen ClaU- is due from St. Loui..
The James I). Parker is overdue from
The Haven is at EvaDsrille lnailiti( for
The U. P. Sehenck is due from the south
for Cincinnati to-day.
The Fannie Lewis M-as duo from below
for St. Louis laot night. 1
The C. K. Peek, w ith a fair trip, riatscd
down yesterday morning.
The John Means and tow and Grand
Lake No. 2 and tow are due fur the South.
The I)e Sinet failed to put in tin appear
ance. The Ftorin was jirohahlr too much
Coiiiiiiiidore Tom Shields left for St.
Louis yesterday, where he will spend
The JoM'ph II. Bigley, with a tow of coal
and coke, is due from the Ohio. The I'.ig
ley will return to Louisville.
The Iron Mountain ram? hack from
Mound City, and departed for New Orleans
with her tow during the afternoon.
The Helle St. Louis for Memphis, will In
here to-day. The lie lie of Slireveport,
hound fur New Orleans, is also due.
Tie Rihert Mitchell is the next S iiitherii
Transpo!iatioti lmut for the soutli. She will
he here next Sunday, lwaring mishaps.
The (itiiding Star, Cnptuin 'V. 11. Miller's
new Wit, will stall on her maiden trip from
Chcinnali on Saturday, in.-tcad of to-day.
The Andy I'aum will lie at the wharf
this morning, lxnind for Memphis. She
w'U have ample aceiimmodatioiis for freight
The C. Y. Anderson has resumed l" old
place in the Cairo and Nashville trade. She
came in with a good cargo, and went lmck
with a moderate trip.
Captain Mdvee, wi'.h the City of Helena,
should have been here last evening, but had
not arrived at 7 o'clock. She will be at
the wharf this morning.
Captain Edson, of St. Louis, is in the
city, awaiting the arrival of the IJigley. Pi
lot Steve McIJiide also awaits the coining
of the IJigley. Ik- will go to Louisville on
The John L. Rhodes arrived from St.
Louis tat 1 o'clock, p. m., having been
aground twenty-four hours at Rig Eddy.
She remained but a little while, there being
no business here for her, and departed
about two o'clock.
The Thomas Sherlock was duo last night,
but will no doubt be- at the wharf this
morning, iibsIic, in all probability, ran into
the storm yesterday. Shu will get twenty
head of stock for Natchez, which is till she
wants; having no room for other frelghls.
One of the heaviest mow Htonns seen in
this section of country for many years, vis
ited us yesterday. Fir several liouru the
storm was blinding, and navigation was
made, exceedingly dillleult. The Jim Fisk
encountered tlm battle, but wns brought
into port iu good time notwithstanding.
Foil the best California Rramlies mid
Wines, go to Htockki.ktii & Rnoss.
Tun Cairo Ti rnokmimndk propose giv
ing 1111 entertainment 011 thu evening of
Thanksgiving day, November 28th, includ
ing pantomime, gymnastic exercises, etc.,
by a corps of ariials ; mid dancing, in
which the public is Invited to participate.
The music, for the occasion will bu first
class, and the 11 mi ir promises in. be one of
the. most enjoyable of thu season.
Wood Brventy-kivb Cexts Vt.ii Iiad.
Until December 15th, the Cairo Ro and
Rasket company will soil at their factory)
corner of Thirty-fourth and Lcvce streets,
dry wood ut 75 cents per load. Will deliver
nmo to any part of tho city at $1.25 per
load. To receivo prompt attention, cash
must accompany tho order.
Oin line of fine Shoes for ladies,
children and men's woar has never been so
complete as at thi time.
O. Haytuohn & Co.
For tho largest and best selected stock
of Liquors, Wines and Cordials of all kinds,
to be found In Southern Illinois, go to
Btockki.eth & Rnoss.
Cmmkh ! Cloaks! Just received anoth
er lino of choice Cloaks. Remember by
walking a few blocks dollars can lc saved
in this lino of goods.
New Yohk Store.
RtY your school books ot A. W. Pyatt &
Co. Their stock is complete, and their
prices such as defy successful competition.
The finest stoves in tho world. The
Westminister Rase Ruruer, and the Cham
pion Monitor cook tove at
A. I alley's.
Piiints! Prints! Twenty yards of good
Dress Prints for f 1 .00, at the New York
Foil n good shave tor ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-fire cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber shop, No. 142 Commercial
If you would save money, buy your
school books, stationery, etc., of A. W. Py
att & Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices are
as low as the lowest.
To those who fail to receive proper at
tention during the middle of the day while
our store is so much crowded, we would
say that after 3 p. m. we can attend to all.
O. Haythoum & Co.
1-tT AC0FFEE Sl'GAIi Jf-i
10 pounds for f 1.00, at the New York
Store, also choice coffee 5 and 5 pounds
The parents and guardians of school
children should bear in mind that A. W.
Pyatt tic Co. keep every description of school
books used in the public schools in Cairo,
and offer them ut prices that should have a
controlling influence with economical buy
I5y Mrs. Harry Walker, Commercial ave
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY ROARD :1.50 PER WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a first
class bar and billiard room on opposite side
of the street; also wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received daily
and sold at the lowest market rates. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and see stock and
prices Ijeforu purchasing elsewher.).
I.ETTIE COLEMAN'S LAl XIUtY.
Mrs. Let tie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, betw een Washing
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
ilih-ed prices to suit the time.'.
Clli:w Jackson's Leit Sweet Navy To-lateo.
Malarial Feveh. Malarial fevers, con
tipation, torpidity of the liver and kidneys,
general debility, nervousness and neuralgic
ailments yield readily to this great disease
eoiKjiierer, Hop Hitters. It repairs the rav
ages of disease by converting the food into
rich blood, and it gives new life and vigor
to the ag"d and infirm always. Sec ''Prov
erbs" in other column.
Wiir.v used for Rheumatism. Sore Throat,
Luine ll.ick, Neuralgia, Sprains, Rruises,
Cuts. Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Rums, 011 human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals. Cotissens' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Haiiclay Rros., Agents,
How to Deal with Cannibals.
(From the New York Hernlil.)
The Christian missionaries on the Island
of New Rritain have just had a lively time
with a portion of thu island's heathen
inhabitants. Some natives of the island nam
ed becamo incensed at the whites, appar
ently because of a tight with a crowd of
sailors, so they proceeded to avenge, them
selves on tho race by attacking u Binall
party of missionaries and native tenders,
killing and eatingseveral of tho number.
According to long established precedent
tho remaining missionaries should have
passively submitted to the same fate or
any other that the savages chose to prepare
for them; then some civilized nation would
have conquered and annexed tho island,
killing oil', with vices peculiar to civliza
tion, the natives who escaped the military
or naval force sent against them. Rut tho
manager of tho missions took the matter
into his own hands; arming his own little
party and taking with him a number of
friendly natives, he fell upon tho cannibals,
killed a lararo number of them and compell
ed the remainder to apologize. His meth
od may not meet the views of the missionary
society that sent him out. but. as for the re.
suit, it is cxtremly probaldo that fried mis
sionary will hereafter be an unheard of
lelieacy Hinongtlie New Ri itain bon "vivant''
mid that preacher of tho Gospel will be
regarded with that peculiar respect that.
Is every-where accorded to men who know
how to take enroof themselves,
Fob Kent to small family.cottagc No. 80
Tenth utrcct, between Washington and Wal
nut. Three rooms, good cistern and wood
shed, or summer kitcheu. Apply at No,
82 Tenth street. E. A. Bcrnett.
Hayes's Title. However varied may be
tho opinions concerning tho validity of
Hayes's title to the Presidency, there is not
a question lu the minds of cither Democrats
or Republicans upon tho one important
point, viz: the unquestionable right of Dr.
Pierce's Family Medicines to the title of
the Standard Remedies of the age, Listen
to the voice of tho wivereign people.
New Orleans, June 10, 1878.
Dr. It. V. Pierce, IlnHalu.N. Y,:
Dear Sir Your Pleasant Purgative Pel
leU seem to be particularly adapted to tho
wants of the peoplo in this warm climate,
where bilious affections are particularly
prevalent. I regard them as the liest ca
thartic I have ever tried. Yours truly,
Jons C. Henderson.
Rohtox, Mass., May 14, 1878.
Dr. It V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.:
Dear Sir Your Golden Medical Discov
ery has cured my lwy of a Fever Sore of
two years' standing. Please accept our
gratitude. Yours truly,
Consumption Cured. 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 euro
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive ami 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 his
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 all 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.
la hereby irlvon to Nellie OafTner, Timothy Oaffncv.
V illiam t.uflney and Mary (ialfn'ey. that laaliel (iaff
ney haa filed a petition agaln-t them Tor partition ot
the preniln-a described In aald petition, which .lilt
la now pending lu the Alexander circuit court, and
that auinmona bat heeu inued in aald ault aeainat
yon, returnable on the flrat dav of the next January
term. IS7H. of aald Alexander circuit court, to be be
gun and hidden at the (.'niirt-houae In Ihu cltvof
Cairo. Alexander county, IlllnoU, on the first Mon
day of Januarv, lST'.l.
Clerk of aald court.
Is hereby given that the default having been made
in the payment of the amount aernred to be paid by
a certain Mortgage or Deed of TrnKt executed by
Deuni Devineto Jolm tj. Ilurmau, Truatee, dnteil
Uth day of Oi tober, A. 1). lso4. and recorded In tho
Recorder', Office, in and for Alexander countv. in
the State of Illlnola. in Book L. of Deeda. on 'page
4c. the undersigned, aaid Trustee, will on Sat
urday the 4th darof January A. D. ItCV. between the
honra of 10 o'clock A.M. and 5 o'clock I'. M. of that
day. to wll : at 11 o'clock A. M. tinder and by virtue
of the pow er of aale contained iu auid Mortgage
or Deed of Tmat sell, at I'uolic Vendue to the high
est bidder, for Cash, at the Courthouse door, iu
aald City of Cairo, in Alexander county and State of
imnoia. an me right, title and Interest of anld Den
nia llevhic or Ilia a.aigiia, In and lo lot numbered
IT (Seventeen) iu block numbered b Six! In auld
City of Cairo, according to the recorded pint there
of. Willi the appurlcntuieeK, toaailafv the purpoaea
linn i-oiioiooiir 01 ptilll .nongltge or Heed ot IrUat
Diited Cairo. III., November ;th, is?s
John o. hakman.
la hereby given that default having been made for
more that nls.tr duv lu the pariiit-nt ofa portion of
Hie amount sernred to be paid by a mortgage exe.
mimi n.v .nax luii nnc ami .inrlinel .lungtneier. to
.-.aiiium ia.ii inyior anil f.iiwin I'urson-. Trustees
of the Cairo City l'roi erl.v, daled August iltb. A. D.
is..), ntiu rei oirti-il In the Recorder Vi atlee. in and for
Aie yniier county, in the state of lUltiol. lu Rook
11 wi iin-'i.. 1111 ii:t ;i. J 111. 11 llleralgle(. the H1IC-
ecor 01 sain tru-tee.. will on Snturdiv. the 4th dnv
of January. A. !.. l:n. at III o'. lnrk' in th.. f,,;.
noou of that day. under and In- virtue of the power
of cale coniuiin it iu auld mortgage, aid! at public
a in i ion. 10 i ne Highest lmlt..r. fur cuh. at his office,
corner of Washington Avenue aud Elgbleenih
street, in fan! t ity of Cairo, in Alexander county
and stnte of Illinois. ) n,e right, title and Interest
or said Max Kuehne ami Mii hael .lungiiieier. or
their usklgna, lu and to lot numbered . i nine) In
block numbered 7a. iseventy three I. in aald Cltvof
. niro. according to me recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenance., to satisfy the purposes and con-
,.i,i. .us oi rniu ..i on gage.
Dated, Cairo, 111., November aith. IsTS.
!v STA ATS TAYLOR.
Trustee of the C aiM Cliy Property
la hereby given that default having beenmndeln
the payment of the amount secured to he paid by a
certain mortgage or deed of trtl-l. executed bv Pat
rick t In m-v and Marv ('Inner, bis wife, to John O
llurman. Trustee, dated the l-t d.iv of November.
A. D.. lsin. and recorded In the Recorder's office. In
mid for Alexander county, lu the Male of Illinois, lu
Look M of Deeds, on page 11. elc. the uiiilcrl"iicd.
said Trustee, will ou Satnriliiv. the 4,li dm of .l.ooi.
nry. A.D. 1ST!), between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M.
and f o'clock P. M.. of that day; to wit, at II o'clock
A. M u niler and by vlnue of the power of sale con
tained In said mortgage or deed of trust, sell, at
public vendue, to the lilghst hinder, for cash, at
the Court-house door. In salil rliv ofi nirn o, il.,.-.
ander co'intv and Stale of llli'nola. all the r!..,i.
title and interest of said I'mrli li I ' llltll'l' I,H Vlr
( laucy, his wife, or their assign.. In and' to lot num
bered Id. islxteeni, In block numbered 0. islxi. In
anld City of Cairo, according lo the recorded plat
thereof, with the appurtenance, to satisfy the pur
pose and condition, of said niorlgiige or deed of
Dated, Cairo, 111., November !ah, 1BT8.
JOHN H. HARM AN.
TAT K NTS.
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvements
on old ones; for medical or other compounds, trade-
murk anil luncis. t uveal, Assignments, inter
ference., Appeal, (suit for Infringement, and
all case arising under the Patent Law., pronipl-
tr ntienueii io. iineuiioua innl navii Heeu
me I VI 'T V I ) "' ,I"J l'""'"t ',u' niv
it iJ 1 J J I ' In most case, he patented by
tia. llelng oppo-llii the 11, H. Patent llennrtrnetil.
and engaged In Patent business exclusively, wu can
make closer searches, and secure Patent morn
tiromtillr. and v illi broader claim, than ihosu who
are reunite from Washington,
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Standard Medicine, havo outrivaled all othera.
Their tale In the United Mate alona exceed, one
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ported foots up to several hundred thousand more.
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Reined)
Its cure extends over a period of SO years.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Its sale constantly .ncrearci.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures by Its mild, toothing effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh- Remedy
Cures cold in head and Catarrh, or Ozoena.
An Open Letter :-It Speaks for Itself
Rocxpoirr, Mass., April S, 1HT7.
Mil. Editor: Huving read in jour paper the re
pnr, of tte remarkable cures of catarrh, I am In
diiocd to tell what i know abont catarrh, and I la n
cy the "s nuff" and "inhaling lube" makers mcr.
dollar grabbers would be glad If they could cmbla
on a similar cure In the papers. Kor twenty wan
I have suffered with catarrh. The nasal pussager
became completely closed. Knuff, dust, ashes.ln
haling lubes and sticks would not work, though at
intervals I would sunff up the so-called catarrh snufl
until 1 became a valuable tester for such medicines.
1 gradually grew warae, and no one can know bnw
much I suffered or what a miserable h.-lne us.. (I,
head ached over my eyes so that I was confined to
my ueo lor manv successive flays, suflerlng the most
Intense pain, which at one time lasted for um hour.
All sense of taste and smell gone, sight and hearing
(w. ucrvoun sysirm suuuereu auu constitution
irnken. aud I was hawkln? and .nllllmv mwnn
eighths of ine time. I prnved for death to rellevn
me of my sufferings. A favorable nalice In your
paper of Dr. Sagc' Catarrh Hemedy induced me to
purcnase a package ana use il witn Or. Snge'a nasal
douche, which aiipllea the remedy by hydrostatic
pressure, the only way compatible with common
sense. ell, Mr. LdlUir, It did not cure me in three
fourth, of a second, nor In one hour or month, but
In lea. than eight minutes I wa. relieved .,J i.
three mouths cured and have remained so for over
In months. While using the Catarrh Remedy used
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery lo purify my
. iu auu "uoieiiii ii my suilll.cil. I aiSO Kept nj
liver active and tiowcl regular by the use of hl
Pleasaut Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
mumr ouier suiierera 10 aee ine same means of ro
lief, this letter will havo answered Its purpose.
Yours truly, H. D. KEN NICK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named persona are among
luousaniis una nave been cured of catarrh by the
use oi nr. .-age i atnrrh Kcmcdv:
A K Downs. New Geneva. Pa: "D .1 Ttrnun Kt .T
aeph. Mo; K C Lewis. Rutland Vl; Cha Norcrop,
North Chesterfield. Me: Milton Jones, sicrlhn N v.
J K Miller, Bridger Station, Wr; 4 C Merryman,
M M Post, Logiinsport, Ind: J W Bailey, Tre'mont,
ra: n Ajurs. j.uporie, inn; Jesse .M Sears. Kort
Branch, Ind; L L William, Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer. Onarga, III; S II Nichols. Jr. Galveston,
. , i nciiit-n. nioiievnie, j-u; nil I.1ISK, Mcrar
lund. Wis; Johnson Williams, Helmlck. O; Mrs M
.n urry, i n-nion. lenn : .J G Joslin, Kecue, N II;
A J Casper, Tul.'e Hoik. W Va; Loul Anders,
(iravn.irl.O: (' II Cha.. KH.-h.irt- l,l- v.. n....
ry llulght, San Fre;.-lsco, ( ui: Mr K M (nillusha.
I.iiwreueeville. NY; W J Griliam, Adel, lo; AO
i-iiiim. .M'wmau, i. a: i n:i is nice, Unlttmore, Md;
Jesse .M Sears. CarMsle. Ind; Van It Miller. Fort
Wayne, Ind: Mrs Minnie Arualse. iim Dcluncv-st,
N Y: Il W Hall. ll.,.tl,.s Mi. I.- vv.n I' i-
Lowell. Mass; Mrs (.'J Sfiiirton, Camden, Ala: C K
Kaw, Frederlcktown. O: Mrs l.ncv Hunter V
liitMon. Ill: Opt I'M Spiiuldlng, Camp Stainhnugh.
y ; 1 W Tracy, sieainboHt Hock, lo; Mrs Lvdi
"line, miusuiiii. . i : J M reck. Junction ( Itv,
Mont: Henry R Unntiis, lul; I, P ('ummlng's,
Riintotil. Ill: SE June, i'ueheston. Four Corner,
v.i-u i- nan. .001110, mi; 11 ut e. liiirtrle,
.sterling I'a: II P Sum, Dlh Penu st. I'iti-bnr.. !' .1
R Jut kmai). Misled'. Iiepot, Kv; Ilenrv .nblst, Gen
eva. N Y; llaitie Parrot, Montgomery' Ohio; I, Led-
wore. 1 minium, 111; n u .net oy. ashport. O; W
Warner. North Jackson. Mich! Marv A Win n. flu.
rlen. Wis; John Zlegler, Carlise Springs, Pa; Jua
Tompklu. Ht ( loud, Minn; Enoch Dtter, Pawnee
i Itv. .Mii; .loseph T Sillier, Xeiiiu, O; S B Nichols,
Galveston. Tex; II L Laird. Upper Alton, 111; John
Davl Prescoll, Arizona: Mr Nnncv Graham, Kor
est Grove, Oregon; J W Jtoherts, "Murlcopa, Arb
Golden Medical Discovery
Is ulteratlve, or blood -cleansing.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
Is u Cliolagogue, or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of Its alterative proiiertles cures diseases
of the blood and skin, 11 scrofula or king's evil; 01
mors; ulcers, or old sores: blotches; pimples
und eruption. By virtue of lis perioral properties
It cure bronchial, throat and lung atlectlon; iuclp.
lent consumption; lingering roughs and chronic
laryngitis. It cliolagogue qualities render It an tin
equaled remedy for biliousness, torpid liver, or "llv
er complaint;'' and its Ionic properties make It
equally elllcaelon in curing Indigestion, loss of ap
petite aud dyspepsia.
Where tho sklu la sallow and covered w ith hlotrbes
and pimple, or where there are "croliiloiis atlec
lions and swelling, a few bottle oroolden Medical
Discovery will effect nil entire euro If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
or yellow Ish-browti spot on fin e or hodv, frequent
headache or dlzr.luesa. bad taste In mouth, Interna)
heat or chills alternated with hut rltihes, low spirits
and cloomv foreboding, irreiriilar aiinetlln aud
tongue couled, you are suffering from torpid liver
or blllousnes. lu many cases ol .Iver complaint
only part of these symptom are experienced, A.
remedy lor all audi ca, Dr. Pierce's Gulden Medi
cal Discovery has uo equal, us etlects perfect cures,
leaving me liver sircugi milieu auu lieaitny.
The People's Medical Servant.
DR. R. V. PIERCE
la the sole proprietor and inanutacliirer ol the fore.
going remedies, all of w hich are sold by druggist
neia 1110 tucuuiuoroi mil I'eopin s I ouinioii Sense
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