The bncoessful Eomcdy for Nasai Catarrh Must be non irritatincr, easy of npplícation, and ene that will, by its own action, reacn all the remote loras and ulcerated surfaces. The history of the efl'orts to treat catarrh during the past few years demon .trates that only ono remedy has met these conditiong, and tliat ig Ely's Cream Kalm. This safe and pleasant remedy husmastereJ oatarrhasnothingelse has overdone, and both physieians and patients freely con -ede tliis f act. The more digtressing nymptoms quickly yield to it, and a multittido of persons whohavefor years borne all tho worry and pain that catarrh oen in iet te.-tify to rudicai and permanent cures wrous'nt liy it. Ely's Cream Balín is parfectly soothiug, exciteg no dread, dissolves the haruenud accumulations. lessons the extromo .-eusibility of the uerve centers to cold and all external irritants, and is followed by no reaction whatever.