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A Pl'ItF.I.Y VwiETAW.E DlHTIM.ATIO.N KN-
tikkj.y I'm.ikb am otiif.h Uemeuikh.
In the prcinru(lun of tlila remarkable remedy
've ry IiitIi, plant, and batk In nulj!rt-'i In dlntllla
tlon, wherchy the cnncutlal medical principle In ob
tained in vapor, eoiiduiincd and bottled, w hat re
main tn lliu dill la Inert, valuelc, and totnlly
1111 lit fur Uff In all orgunlnm so delicate a t tit; nasal
jriHHK- y, t nil mi 11 11 m art; Insoluble compound
of ooily Mud; all tincture, aaturalud aolutloua-
Sanfokd's Radical Cuke
1 a local mid conntlttitliinal remedy, and 1 applied
to I In' nasal pannage liv Insufflation, tliua alluylng
Infir.mmallou and pain aud at onto correcilng.
ilcaimlng, iiinl purylliig Hecrcllon. Internally
aduiliin-tcrcd, it act upon tin: organ of circulation,
keep tin- nklu riinict, and neutralize the acid pol
011 thai hu found itn way into thu nloiuach and
t heme Into thi- blood. Tliua a cure progrenne In both
direction, mid Itdo-a uolsuciu ponnlblo Tor human
ingenuity to devise a more raliouul treatment.
(Iknti.kkkn: About twelve vcar bl'O. while
travelling with Father Kemp did F'olk Concert
Troupe un a ti'iior kinder, I look a evcre cold and
wan I11I1I up at Newark, N. J . Thin cold brought tin
a nvcre attack of Catarrh, which i battled with
every known remedy lor four Reek vtllhoilt avail,
ami m ilinillv obliged to give up a inonl desirable
position and return home, unable toning a note.
For three yearn allcrwardn I wa unable to nlna at
all. 'I lie ilr-i iiiim k of t.'aturrh had left my uanal
organs and feroui no nen-ltlvc that Ihcnllghte t cold
would hrlng on u fpnh aliai k. having me prostrated.
In III in way I continued to ntill'er. The ltil attack,
the nevcrest I ever had. wan terrlhle. I niitlcrt d the
inonl uxcrucJailiig pa 1 11 in my head, wan no hoarse
an to he scarcely able to apeak, and coughed in
tcnnnntly. I thought I m going Into quit k t-on-nnmptioii.
and I (Irmly helleve that hud thcnenyinp
tolin colllluiled wltliolll relief Ihev w till 111 have rend
ered me an cany victim. When In thin condition. 1
commenced 'he Une of SMtiitna iUiiliAL ( t uk
nit Cutaiiiiii, very reluctantly. 1 conf.-nn. a I had
1r1. il all tile advcrtlncd lelliedlen w hlli. Ill henelll.
Tin-flrnt done of thin wonderful inedli due gave me
the grcaUml relief. It In hardly pon.llile. lor one
whom; head achen, eyes ache, who tun scarcely ar
ticulate distinctly on account of the linking 'accii
la ii mi Ion In til" throat, to realize how much relief
I olitaiued from the flr-t application of SA.sronn
IttliK al Cl UK. Cutler Itn lii 11 ii.-iji . I. ..Hi internal
and external. I rapidly recovered, and by an mca
nnuial une of the remedy nince. have been ciitirch
free from Catarrh, for the flrnt time In twelve yearn'.
' f.KU. W. HOI.WUKiK.
Wai.thak. Minn , Jan. . 17.
1'. X. I pun haned the I(aIih aI. On of Geo. II.
Kog.-rn, Drtiggitt. Kumf.ird Building.
Kaeh package runtaln ir. Kanford'a Improved
Inhaling Tube, with Ml direction lor line in all
iaen. I'rlre, $! hi For sale hy all Wholesale and
llUail Druggist throughout the' lllltcd statcn and
ana.la. war.hn I'onm. (Miieral Areata and
W'llolenale I)rUi.vint, UiikIoIi. Mann
Vol t ai c PI a s t e v !
AN KI.KTKO-r.AT.VAMr BATTKKV (OMIIINK.D
WITH A Illiilll.V M F.IiK ATKI) KiKKMITII
K.MMI rUiTtU,VtiHMI.(f TIIK ItfcM
TI.AMKK Knit PAINH AM) Aril hit
INlilh WOKUIOY MhUK I.NL.
Thene Tlantera have now hwn b for the pnhllc
for two yearn, and. notwithntandlue the linuiejin
Lumherof remrdlea In the form of llclnienti. lo
tionn. pain-f urera, and ordiiian- platern. thev bare
nteadiiy lucmannl Id talc and met with unlvcrnal
approval, an rvldetierd hy over our tholinand uu
aoliclted tillmonala in our ponnmnion. Manv
reuiarkabl cara have hi fa certified to hy well
known cltir.rna fn all parr of the In I led Staien.
(opien of wbli h will tw atol fr of charge to any
one denying them. Improvemrntn. in manywayii.
have lnH-n made, a ang jrrntrd hj aperkr e aud ue.
until It ialfcouglitUiit thrrarruow iwrfrrt In evrrr
rtHcL and Uie lient tialer in the World of.
cine. All weak from rr.rj ufftnT In tlic.lanil li a
unjjle .trial. The frve la teuin. allhnueh the
cnt. In double Uiat ( any other planter. Kin, Cot
withntaudinK Uir efli.ru of th propriutnr to make
the bnt planu r iu the world tor Uin leant money,
any airoilar remedy ran t houuht. Bnmliern of ub
crnpuloun dealern will )e found rea.lv to mlnrepre.
nenvilM m tomlflnh notlvtn and etiloavorln ngb-ntltuu-
otlwra. If you ank fur
Colli x.s' Voltaic Plastkk
Have It If yoa have lo aend to u for It.
hold by all Who). aln and H.'tal! Driiif-I'i.
throiiaboiit the I'nited strten and t 'anadan. and l.y
WKKKn A 1'oTTIH, I'MprleUir. IlonPiU. Mann.
Capcine Porous Plaster!
Vtireat improvement I 4 SoothliiL'. healiiiL'.
on the ordinary por- j i V nirenth. nlui: and
cun planter. pjiu killiin! au'Hil ill one.
The manufacturer received the hijhet and only
award iriveii to Poroun-rialern ul the Centeiiuial.
We warnint Ih-iinou'n I ap. ine I'lii.o r to he ulte
rior to all other IVruua I'lurtem and to uli liuimentn.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Ak any ptiv'lclsii if Ilcnon-i CalKltif I'oroim
I'lantur In not the lient planter ill the world. Thin
remarkable article wan Invented to overcome- the
pn at objection alwayn found to the ordinary poroun
planter of clow action III brliinlni; relief.
LAM E HACK.
F'orlame and weak hack, rheiiinatlntn. troiiltle of
the npine and kidncyn. It In a truly wonderful reme
dy. I'lirnlciann everywhere riTomiize Itn ijreiit nu-pi-riorltv
to other poroun planter and to all llnl
meiitn. ' It relieven pain at once and curen quicker
tlinu any known planter, liniment or compound.
P VTTTIYV TIIEIIK are dnticeronnatid
L'iV U 1 1 Vil worlhlenn Imitation of
Hetmon'n Ciiiiclue I'hmter In Ihe market. The t'eti
Hint: have the word "t apclne.'' cut throttirh each
planter Sold hv all drni-tn. Price iffi cent.
37 Cuurt Unco, LtmLsvillo, Kj-J
reuiilftr'v ediicnted and It-irully qualified phyl
ciim anil the Uiont iliccennful, an hi Jiracller
W'yiu!h Al.l.KniiMnop 1'IiIVATE, C1IKUNIC ami
Sl'KIIMATOIIIlllKA AMI IMPOTr.Nt V. It rellll of
(telf illume III voiith. nexuiil nluinen ill mutiirer yeiirn,
tir othiTxiunen, ii ml produclm: notue of the follow.
llltfell'ect": NervollMienn. neliilnal ellilnnloiij(iili:lit
finlnnlolin liv dreiimn.l dillillcn of lrht, ipffective
memory, pirvnlciilvh'cav. pimple on the fiice. iiver
nimi to noclc'ty ol'Tcmiale. confunloti of Idea, Ion
of nexitnl power. c renderlnir niiirrlau'e Improper
or uiihiitipv. are thoroughly uuil permiineiitly cured.
KYrilll.lN iMinlllvelv cured and entlrelv eradicated
from ilienvnlein. (iUNUHHIIKA. tll.Kl-.T, Oreliill.
Stricture, llerulii. lor liiipturel, l'llea iiiiil other prl
vnle dlnennen iiuieklv cured.
It In nelf-evlilenl thai II phvnli lnn w ho pnyn npeclul
ntteutloii to a certain clan iif dlneane. and Ireiiitltiif
tlioiiHiinil miuiiiillv, aeiiilre L'rent nkill. I'liynicliin
knowlni; thin fuel 'often recommend liernotin to my
enre. When It In Inconvenient to vlnlt Ihe city lor
treatment, luedleliien can henetil privutcly ulid nalely
hy mull orevprenn niivwheri'.
rl'HKSlit'AUANTK'HI) IN AM. CASKS L'.NDKIl
TAKEN. Connnltiitlon pemoniillv or liv letter free mill In
vited. I linrite rcaauiiulilo and i-orrenpoiieeiuo
OfauOpnKfit. nent to any adilre, necnrely acaleil,
thlrtv cent. Should he read hv all. ltlrea
olmvH. Olllcu from A. M. lo (S !'. J. Sundavii,
BEATTY I'lano, Orian ; lient. lr" Look for
turtllilB new. Ornunn, 111 atopn, .Mij I'lanoa
only $!). (.'out !. Clrculari frcn. U, K. Ueut
ty, WaahiuKtou, X. J.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KVCIir MOIISINU (MONIIAYI RXI (ITISUI,
Olllre: llnlleilii lliillillnir, W.lilnRton Avenue
H ti b m ci r 1 1 1 1 1 it I it t e :
llnlly (delivered Ity carrlemi M r week t
Hv mall I III advulice) one yuar Ul Oil
six miinth 6 on
Thp'ti iiiolitha 1 VI
Onu mouth M
lly mall (In advuncci one year f i i
Six moiillin I'UI
Threu moiitlin .VI
To cluha of leu and over iper topyl J to
I'onlaxe In all tanv nrep'K'.
A. l v o r 1 1 H I ti li liutoaj;
Flrnt Inncrtlini. per iiiari! 1 Oft
Sulineqileiit Innerlioua, per nquaro W
For out) week, per nquare S 00
For two week, per aquaru 4 Ml
For three Week, K "I
For iiuo month 7 "i
Each additional nqiiure 4 V)
Flrnt lunerllnii, per quure $ 1 oti
riiilinciiif lit liinertiona .VI
Kl.dit line or aolid uonparell countltut a niunre,
llinplayed advertlnemetit will l- charged an onl
ine In thu npiice occilpletl, at uhove rutcn -there, be
lli l twelve linen of nulid type lo the Inch.
To rruular adverllner we oHer nupnrior Induce
ineiiln. lioih an to raUa of clinrc n and manner of
dinplaylni: their favor.
Local notice twenty l ent per line for flrnt Inner
'Ion; teu cent per Hue for tack milmciiicnt lum-r-tloll.
CoiumiinlratloD upon unbjectaof general Inten-nt
lo the puliliu are at all lime acceptable. Jtejecti-d
luiuiii'crlpt u III not ha returned.
I.i Ib-r and coiniiiunkatlouti nhoold he addrenncd
' Cairo Uulk-lln. Cairo, llllnoln."
JNO. II. OIIERI.Y. (Jeneral Manager.
AS OTHERS SEE US.
Ehitoh Jlrr.i.KTi.N I tiitlt.se a trans
liitimi of an urtirli; from a Mexican jour
iml, rliiipcil 1'rtiin an cimtern imicr. Ap
penriny at a tinitf wliun tlif: frrcat lmwl ol
tin- Kt'pulilii uns is mailt! tliut the iK'nut-ruN
want tn Mfxicani! titir fair ovcrnnifnt, it
is imt inappropriate. After a careful anil
uiiliiiim'il reailino; of the article a law
aliiiling citizen milit almost Lo tempted
to wich that the threatened attenifit to
.Mix'uaui.e the count n' should hticceetl.
Trannlatt d from the Itally At'iiardlt nte, of I'olol
tii a, Mexico.J
"We piirmse jnivina1 to our lielovetl coun
try a constitution anil oveniinent fouiitletl
upon the (jeat principles of the Vriitetl
Stiiteit of the North." So navs the party of
L"t w impartially examine the merits of
this famous (government, which the gentle
iiH'ti of the Lertlift party jiatronizint'ly
luiM up for the atlmiratioii if the tlewenti
anta of Monteuma ami the C'ontuistatlore.
The Vnitetl States of America are nomi
nally a rcpulilic: iriu tieully a plutocracy,
ijiiaiilieil hy iiitilaaTacy. Thirre money is
the lever which move, the vat machinery
of Kliticn, wxiety, religion itwlf. Is it not
of I.-t u glance at their liistory fur
the past twenty years.
Twenty year ago. the "firingos" of the
North ljcjjan the work of "rotrcneratiriK
Mexico." .y rul thing u g of a tithe of our
fairest territory, w hich they immediately
converted into a land of negro slavery.
Seventeen years ago, the aclfgoverning
citizens of the north plungul into a -civil
war, unequalled on thta continent in dura
tion, cost and bloodshed. Incidental to
this reign ot auarchy our ow rv Mexico was
made the prey of European , intrigue, and
cursed with a disastrous foreign invasion.
Thirteen year ago-, the superiority of "Anglo-Saxon
in the assassination of thu ruling president.
For which they valiantly hanged a woman.
Two vears luti-r that president's lueces
sor was liiiptjieliftl for iniatlemeanors. Ten
years ago a military adventurer, in whose
character the humanity of Santa Anna was
comliined with tlio ahuegation tif a I'izzaro,
was chosen to the presidency. . At the end
of his four years' term ot oflice. he. was
almost unanimously re-elected. He wns a
very popular ruler. During his term of
oflire the vice-president of the country, the
secretary of the interior (or hacienda), the
secretary of the treasury, the secretary of
war, the secretary of the navy, the min
ister to England, tin; president's private
secretary, the speaker of the house of rep
resentatives ami an army of minor digni
taries, wire all found guilty of puMic and
private robin ry! Some were imprisoned,
but the iMipular prtsidi'iit immediately
pardoned them. A public man in the
I'nitcd States is rarely brought to tria! for
crime, lb' either waives a trial by "plead
ing his privilege," as it is called, or else
submits his case to a caucus of his party,
or, in ecclesiastical cases, of his church,
and is always triumphiantly vindicated.
Two years itgii tin quadrennial election
for president occurred. Senor Tildcn re
ceived a majority of half a million voles;
but the party in power favoring his oppo
nent, and threatening to use the army .in
favor of the latter, a compromise was ef
fected, by which fifteen of the purest men
of both parties were chosen to decide
the question. Those fifteen pure ni"ii
proved their superiority by voting in court
exactly as they hail voted at tin.' election.
So pure were the fifteen purest men found
in Sodom !
The self-governing Anglo-Saxons at the
North are now investigating this itlfair, and
uncovering a mass of corrupt bargain and
sale such as never disgraced the vilest
pueblo of North or South America.
No, Sumr Lerdo, if you wish to gain the
suffrages of free Mexicans, you must
hold up a lofter exemplar than that of the
corrupt, anarchical republic-despotism
of the North. We are not yet pre
pared to exchange our our bull-tights for
your "prize-ring," our religious liberty for
your Methodist state church, nor the legacy
of Bolivar for either un Austrian sceptre, or
a mock republic disguising a military
Why iif. Wot i.ds't M.uhiy 1 1 Kit. "Mar
ry her! by George! I would if it wasn't for
her confounded nose."
"Nose! Ha, lia? What's the matter with
her nosef -Is it too short, too long, or
crooked which? You're too fastidious,
young man. A woman may bciiehnnn
ing wife aud have any one of these deform
ities." it isn't any of them, .M fellow. The
fact is I like Kilty like to look at her and
talk wild her but any closer relationship
I could not endure, Her nose is too o-d-o-r-
Unfortunate Kitties should use Dr. Sage's
Catnrrah Heincdy, the wonderful disinfect
ing properties of which instantly sweeten
the br.'iith, destroying ull offensive odor.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE
To its mild, soothing, and healing effects
the most inveterate cases of catarrh
promptly, yield, Sold by druggists,
James Fisk, I'aducali.
Alice, St. Louis,
.Ino. A. Heudder, New Odeum).
Mountain Oak, Hose Clare.
Coal City, South.
Colorado, St. Louis.
James Fisk, I'aducali.
Jno. A. Scudder, St. Louis.
Mountain Oak, Hose Clare.
('oal City, Ohio.
City of Alton, New Orleans.
The City of Alton made light additions,
anil will no doubt fill out below.
The (.'oal City has l.'J empty coal barges
and a tint.
The river continues to decline and is at
an average for June.
Business continues dull.
The storm last night was not as severe as
wps promised by tin: angry appearance of
the clouds when it came up.
Considerable rain fell during a short time,
but no damage from wind occurred in jsirt.
The Mountain Oak brought a barge of
stone from Bona Clare for the levee front.
The Colorado has a good trip for Vicks
burg. The little tow-boat Little Condor struck
a snag, capsized ami sunk a short distance
above Memphis on Wednesday night. No
lives were lost ami her barges were secur
ed. If is probable that the Greyhound will
complete her trip.
The Idlcwild is due for Evansvijle this
evening. She w ill be at the wharf prompt
ly, and leave as per advertisement.
The James Fisk will leave for Paducuh
The Iron Mountain and barges were down
last night. Her trip consisted of 0 barges
of freight for HannibaJ and some barges for
southern points. Commodore Dunlap of
the Gray's Iron Line arrived from St. Louis
by rail to meet the Iron Mountain here.
A SrXKtTlO.N THAT Cob'TAMI NATES TIIK
Busui. When the bile is diverted from
ita proper channels, into the Mood, which
.is always the cac in Ijver complaints, it
ceases, to be, a licalthy secretion, ami lie
comes a poison. Its abnormal presence in
the circulation and stomach is indicated by
the suffusion of the skin with a hideous
saffron tinge, by headaches, vertigo,, nausea,
pain in the. right side and under the right
shoulder blade, by indigestion, o!truction
of the bowels, and other minor symptoms.
Order may 1 substituted for this, sUte of
chaos, and further jmdily evil av:rtd by
using the lieneficent alterative and tonic,
Hostetter's. Stomach Bitters, which, by re
laxing the Ikj-wcIs, promotes the escape
from the circulation of bilious impurities;
Jiesides rendering the action of the liver
regular, ami removing every ti ace of dys
pepsia. This pleasant and purely vegetable
anti-bilious medicine is not. only infinitely
more effective than any form of mercury,
but is oi account of its- freedom from hurt
ful properties, infinitely to be preferred to
that poisonous drug.
yi KRY. Why will men stuoke common
tobacco w hen they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the sams price?
Thk New Glass Oil Cans, Simmon's Be
frigators. Water Coolers and Ice-Cream
Freezers at A. Bailey's, 115 Commercial
Wanted. A business man with some
means as partner or on salary for a com
mission business. Address C, Planters
I.KTT1E COl.KMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing her old friends
ami pat runs that she is again at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
Ghand Haffi.f.. Tickets for (he rallle of
the Hibernian engine house and two lots
(property worth over five hundred dollars)
are now ready for sale ami may be had of
members of the company. Tickets are also
for salt! at different business houses
throughout the city. The drawing will take
place in the new engine bouse, July 4,1H7N,
and will be under the direct supervision of
Messrs. T. W. Hallidny, B. H. Cunning
ham ami Sol. A, Silver. Tickets, 1.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The ureal celebrity of our TIN TA(i TOBACCO
ha caused ninny imitation thereof to lie placed ot
the market. We therefore, caution all ihewer
dpi I lint inircliimlim such Inilliitliitin.
All deiiler-tiiiylni! or ntdllim oilier plug tobacco
lieiirlna hard or metallic label, render thiiiictvr
liable to Ihe penult)' of the liiu , mid nil pc mini vio
lutlliij our liiide tiiiilk." iiro punishable hy line and
ImprlHotitneiit. See act of ConrcnK, Aii. II, 1S71I.
Tin! iieiiiiliic l.OKIIII.AIII) TIN' TAtl TOBACCO
can be (tlntlnpiilnliei! by a TIN TAtl on each lump
with the ..ord l.t'HUIl.Altl) (damped tlfereon.
Over 7,uss ton tohaciT nold In IS, and nearly
8,nnu prmiti employed In furtnrlea.
Taxt paid (lovernmetil III ISTT, about $.'lVMl,01fl,
anil during past 13 years, over $'J),000,om
These goode nold by ull Jabber at manufacturer'
W-Tha TIN TAU HMOKINO, TOBACCO I
"second to ooau" In aroma, lullducM, parity and
Arrival and Departure of Trains,
ILLINOIS (UNTHAL II.WLKOAD.
.. Arrive, Depart.
liiimp m, l'Miia.in.
5!"1' 4:ima.in. 1 .lit p.m.
I''" T:;via.m. :ii.ni.
"elfin S::ma. in. 4:Hnp.iii.
C.MHU AND VINCKNSES UAILKOAD.
lil:'ti p.m. 4:4 a.m.
Ki.LOUH.I. .STAN! KilTIIKUS ItAJl.ltOAD.
Eprcn 5:(la.m. H:ii0p.m.
CA1KO AND T. LOUS JtAILItUAD.
Through Expren 5:15 p.m. MD a.m.
Mtirjihvnboro Accommodation. l:l:4.'i p.m. 2:-J)p tii.
txcept sjuuday. Kxce.pt .Monday.
( ENKHAL DKI.IVKHY open T::J a. m.j cloneii
VT S::m p.m.; Sunday: s to u a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clone
at ' p. in.
Throiiirh Expren Mall via Illlnol Central and
Mlnninnlppl Central Kiiilroadn clone at l'2::xi p. m.
Cairo ami Poplar HlutT Through aud Wuy Mull
clom-n at l'.':Mli p. m.
Way .Mull via llllnoln Central. Cairo and Vln
reniien ami Minn.nnlppi Cetilral Hallroad clone, at
:4.'i p. in.
Way Mall for Narrow Oaiiu'e Itallroud clone at H
Cairn and Evunvllle Hiver Holite clone at ::X)
p. in. dully (except Friday i.
VKKIt'AN M. E.- Koiirteenth ntreet, between
Walnut and Cedar treetn; nervicen Sabbath 11
a. m. and T ;:) p. m. ; Sunday School 1 ::i i. m.
C'llKlsTIAS -Eighteenth ntreet: meeting Sub-
hath ln::i0 p. m.; prcuchiiit' iM eanloiiuliy.
'III'ltlTI OK THK IIEDEEMEH-,Eplncopall
V7 Fourteenth ntreet; Moriiiuu pruyrr tSabhatln
in::) a. m.: Kvenlnr praver. 1 :: p.m.: r-ablmth
nchool II u. in. Hev. SI. .1.' Dillon-I.ee, liiictor.
lMtsT MISSIONAKV BAPTIST ( lll'HCH.
r I'reiu -hliitf at lti::ia. in., 3 p. in., and 7::i p. m.
Subbiith nchtsil at "::) p. m. llev. T. J. Mioren.
IlTHKIiAN-Tliirti-etith street: nrvlce Sab
J luitli II a. in. and 7:.n p. in.; Sunday nchool Ua.
III. Kev. llllernehlier. pa-tor.
METIIoDlsT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut ntreet:
l'r.-. Iiiiil' Sub 1. mil lu::lli a. in. mid 7 p.m.:
prayer nieeiln... Medne-diiv 7::xi p. in.: Sunday
School. :J p. in. Itev. A. I'. Morrinon. pantor.
1KESBYTKKIAS-Kli!hth ntreet: preaching' on
Sabbath ul 10::il a. tn. and 7::tnp. m.; prayer
meetinii Wetlii'-ndiiv at 7:: p. m.: Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Hev. II. V. (ieore, pantor.
SECOND FHEE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth
0 ntreet, between Walnut and Cedar ntre' tn; trr
vlce Sabbath at -'1 mid 7: p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S-! Roman Calhollcl Corner Cron
anil Walnut ntre(-tn; nervicen Sabbath 10::ioa.
m.; Sunday School tit 'J p. m.; Venpern .1 p. in. j ner
vii en every day at s p. m.
ST. I'ATHICK S-t Woman Catholic) Corner Ninth
ntreet and Wanhinu'ton avenue: nervicen sub
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I'll YSI LOU ICAL
View of !Muri'iajje!
,'V'J 4 'V A (iuide to Wedlock uuil
Vlll i i- fetinilt'litllil treatise on the
duties of tniirriiiv'c ulid lliti
A I Cannes thnt unlit lor It; thu
r.IMM (il,",''',t e.1' Heproiluctlon and
.'IjiIklVliVV! I, iM,llH,,H ,,f Women.
book for private, connldi riitti reiidlnt.', in) tmije,
A IMOVATE MEDICAL ADV1SKIII
(in all (Unorders of a private nature nrlnlnir from
nnlf allllne. excennen, or neerel dlsennen. with the beat
mean of cure. SiM lurire tuiite, prleti Ml eenl.
A clinical lecture on thu ahove dineanu and thoe
of thuthronl. Itinif. calurrh, rupiita1, the opium
habit, etc. price III celil.
I.'llh,(. K.u.1. .,( ..1.1 .... ....
all three, rtnitalulntr WM pejie, beaiilllltlly lllttntra
tetl. for 7r eenl.
Addresa Dll. B11T8, No. 14 N. Bth it., 8t. Louli
Are not advcrtlned an "rure-alta" but are npeciflci In'
thu dlneane for which they are recommended.
INVESTIGATORS of natural nrlcnc hv dnmnn
ntriiletl beyond coiitroverny that throughout the
utiimal klnirdom the "Bttrvlval of the flttei" thu
only law voiiclmatluu thrift and perpetuity. Ioe not
the name principle irovem the coinniereliil proniierltv
of maul' An inferior call not niipemede apiiri
article. By reanon of niperlor merit Dr. Plercc'a
Staiidiird Midlclnen have outrivaled all other.
Their nale In the I tilled stale alone exceed one
million dollar per annum, while the amaiint ex
hort. d fool up to nevi-rul hundred tlioimand morn.
No buliien could ;row to niich irl'.'iintlc propor
tion and rest upon any other bani than Hint o
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
Itn cure extend over a period of ) year.
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
Itn nale constantly Increases.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Curt by Itn mild, noothlug effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure cold in head and Catarrh, or Ooena.
All Oiien Lcttcr--It Speaks for Itself:
ItorKPOHT. Mas.. April 4. 1K77.
Mb. Kuitor: Havinn read In your paper the re
port of the remarkable cure or catarrh, I am In
duced to tell hat i know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the snuff" and InhalliiK tube" miikern mere
dollar jrrabbern would lie triad if they could embla
zon a ninillar cure in the papers. For twt-uty year
I have suffered with catarrh. The natal pannage
became completely closed. Snuff, dunt. ashen, ill
hallnir tube and n'tickn would not work, thoiiuh at
intervals I would -null' up the no-called catarrh nnult
until I became a valuuhle tester for nin h medicine.
1 irraduully ircw w me, and no one can know how
much I nulfered or w hat a miserable belli); waa. My
head ached over my eye no that I wan counnt d to
my bed for many nucceslve day, sufTerlni; the most
iniennr pain, w hirli at one time lasted for UM hnur.
All nense of Uste and smell none, al'bt and bluing
L'one, nervous aystetn shattered aud conntltutlou
broken, and I waa hawking and npittlii)! seven
eighth of tne time. I prayed for death to relieve
me of my suffering. A favorable natice In your
paper of Dr. Sace'a Catarrh Kemetlv Induced me to
purcrtane a package and une it with Dr. sage' uasal
douche, which applie the remedv hy hydrontatio
pressure, the onlr way compatible with common
nenne. Well, Mr. F!ditor. It did not cure me In three
fourth of a set tnnil. nor In one hour or month, bnt
in lena than eight minutes I wan relieved aud in
three month enred and have remained no for over
16 month. While uning the Catarrh Remedy 1 used
Dr. Pierce' Hidden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and strengthen my stomach. I alno kept my
liver active aud bowel regular by the une of hi
Pleasant Purgative l'ellet.- If my experience will
Induce other sutler. -rn to seek the name means of re
lief, this letter will have answered it pnrpone.
Your truly, S. D. KEN NICK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named person are amine the
thousands who have been cured of catarrh .by the
une of Dr. Hage' Catarrh Remedy;
A V Down. New Oeunva, l'a; T) J Brown Kt. Jo
eph. Mo: KCLewl. Rutland Vt; Chaa Iforcrop,
North Cbeterfleld. Me: Milton Jouea: Scriba. N Yi
J E Miller. Itriilier Station. Wv; .1 1' ili rrvman.
M M Post. Lottaosnurt. lud: J W Uailev. Tremont.
': lrB Aver. Laporte. lud; Jesse M Seara. F'ort
llranch, Ind; L 1. William. Canton. Mo; W W
Thayer, Oiiarga, ill; H Nichols. Jr. Galveston,
T: K Relnert. Stonevllle. I'a: 8 W I.nnk. McFar
land. Wis; Johusoii Williams. Helmlck.O; Mr M
A l urry, Trenton, lenu: J li Jonlln, heene, ji h;
A J Canper, Table Rock. W Va; Loul Andera,
(iravsport. 0! C II Chase, Elkhart: Ind; Mr Hen
ry. Ilalglit, San r'raucisrt,, Cal; Mr E.M 'Oallusha,
I.awrencevllle, N Y; W J Orahani, Adel, In; AO
Smitii, Newman, Oa: Chas R llico, Baltimore. Md;
Jesse M Sear. Carlisle, Ind; Dan B Miller, Fort
Wavne, Ind: Mr Minnie Arnalo, awl Delaney t,
N ; II W Hall. Hasting. Mich; Wm F.Marston,
Lowell. Mas; Mr CJ Spurton, Camden, Ala: C F
Kaw. FYedcrickttiw n, O: Mrs Luev Hunter, Farm
llitrtitti 111 tA,,f V A Snanlillni. Cmii lil.mli.t.nl.
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamboat Rock, lo; Mr Lydia
Waite, Shunhun.N Y; JM Peck. Junction City,
Mont: Henry Roe- Hamas, Cal: I. P Cuimnliigs,
Rantottl. 11): S E June, l'uebenton. Four Comers,
. i; t.eo r linn, btionto. lal; vm K jiartrie,
sterling l'a; II r Sam, Ms I'eiiu st. rtttshurg.l'a: J
itdacKtnaii. .vtlntiei Depot, Hy; Henry .onint, lien
evB. N Y: Haltie Parrot. MonlL'omerv'Ohio: L Led
work, Chatham. Ill: S B McCoy, Nashport. Oi W W
Warner. North Jackson, Midi: Mary A Wliiue, Da
rien. Win; John Ziegler. Carllne Spring, hi; Jim
Tompkins, SI Cloud. Minn; Enoch Duer. Pawnee
( My. Neb; Joneph T Miller. Xetila. O; S II Nlt boln,
t.llivenlou. lex; II L. i.airci. I pper Alton. Ill: OolIU
Davln l'rescott. Arioua: Mm Nuncv Urn ham. For-
ent Orove, Oregon; J W lloberln, Maricopa, Ari
Goldex Medical Discovery
Is altenitive, or blood cleatining.
Golden; Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
U n Cholugogiii!, or Liver Stltuultiut.
(ioi.DE.v Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
By reanon of it alterative properties cure disease
ot the blood and skin, as scrofula or king's evil: tu
mor: ulcers, or old ores; blotches; pimple
and eruption. By virtue of It pectoral properties
It curen broiieliinl. throat and lung affections; Incip
ient consiiiiipiiou ; lingering cough and chronic
laryngitis. Its clioliigogue qualities render it an mi
etilitlcil remedv for biliousness, torpid liver, or "liv
er complaint ;'' ami it tonic properties make It
equally etlleiicioll In curing indigestion, lonn of up
petite and dyspepsia..
Where the'skln In sallow and covered with blotches
and pimple, or w here there are aernfitlou" "Ib'c
Hon untl swelling, a few bottle oflioldeii Medical
Discovery will elled nil entire cure. If you feel
dull, drowse, debilitated, have sallow color of skin,
nr yellowish-brown spot on face or hotly, frequent
headache or tli..lness, bad tunte in mouth, interim!
heat or chill iiitertnited with hot rlimhcn, low nplrlts
and gloomy foreboding, Irregular appetite and
tongue coined, you are suffering from torpid liver
or bllloiinuen. In in ii 1 1 y case ol ,lver complaint
tililv pnrt of these synipt'oms are experienced. As n
remedy forall siich'cnses. Dr. Pierce's (ioldeu Medi
cal Discovery ha no equal, as ll effects perfect cures,
leuvlng the liver strengthened aud heallhy.
The People Medical Servant,
nit. n. v. riERCE
Is the sole proprietor and mnnulitctnrcMil the fore
going remedies, nil of which are sold hy druggist.
lie In also the author or the: People's Conn i Hiio
Medical AdvUt-r. a work of neiirle one thousand
pages, wllli two hundred and eighty-two wood en
graving and colored plates, He hits already nold ot
thin popular work
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