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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1881.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Refrigerator . Cars,
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
for. Twelfth Street and Levee,
' MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUK. 6 BAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Htehest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Yariety Stock
IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Ninstaetuli street! fflirO. 111.
Commercial Annef 1ttllU.
CAIEO AND NEW KAPIUD PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TUDN Kit, Master.
Leates Cairo for New Madrid and way points
every Tuesday, TharsdajF and Satorday at i p, m.
KatorntDR learee Nw Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
For freliiUl or passage apply to
JAMES BIliQH, A(?ont.
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ortios No. 1M Commercial Avenae, between
Eighth and Nintn street
"QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
ypICK Eighth Btreet, wear Commercial Avenne
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on ban
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tn trttamtnis"r coarse stasvlnirs and make
in Mat aammsT wood for cooking purpose well
a iht shsapest srsr sold In Cairo. For black
smith' nsslussttlni tiros, thay ara unequalled
Lsar root order at the Tsnta (treat wood yard
THE GREAT SKIN CURE
Itching and scaly diseases, scrofulous
Humors, Ulcers, Old sores and
Mercurial Affections, When
all other human agen
TM1K CLTKJURA TREATMENT, for the cure of
skin, scalp und blood diseases, consists in tbe
Internal use of Cutlcura resolvent, the new blood
purifier, aud the external use of C'otlcara and Co-
tlcura soap, tho (treat (kin cures.
For sunburn, tan and greasy skin nee Cutlcnra
soap, an exulslte toilet, bath and nureury sanative,
fragrant with dellclona flower odors and healing
Will McI)onnld,2Mj Duarbons st:, Chicago, prate
fully acknowledges a enre of rait rbeum on boad,
nock, face, arms aud legs for seventeen ycara: not
able to walk except on hand and knee for one
rear; rot able to help himself for elt;bt years ; tried
hundreds of remedies; doctor pronounced hie
case hopeless; permanently cured by the Cutlcnrs
H. E. Carpenter, Esq., Henderson, N, T., cured
of Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twenty years standing,
by the Cutlcura Resolvent internally and Cutlcnra
aud Cutlcura Soap externally. The meat wonder
ful cane on record. Cure certifier1 to before a Jus
lice of the peace and prominent cltlzeae. All af
flicted with Itching aud scaly diseases should tend
to us for this testimonial In full.
F. II. Drake, Esq., Detroit Mich, suffered beyond
all description from a skin disease which appeared
on bis hands bead and face) and nearly destroyed
his eye. Tho most careful doctoring failed to help
h tin . and after all had failed he used the Cntlrura
Resolvent lnteruallv, Cutlcura and Cutlcnra soap
cxternallv, and bewas cured, and has remained
perfectly well tothladav.
Hot Win. Taylor, C'oston, says, "After three
months' nse of cutlcnra remedies, and 12 year
from a constant suffering from humor of the face,
neck and sculp a was ever endured, I can say that
I am cured, and pronounce my case ttie most re
markable on record. I have bete so elated with
my eucccm, that i have stopped men on tho street
who were afflicted and Md them to eet the Catlco
ra remedies and thev would cure them.
Mrs. 8. K. Whipple, Decatur. Mich., writes that
her face, h ad and some parts of ber bod were al
most raw. Head c vered with scabs and lores.
Suffered fe.rfullv and tried everything. Pernia n
ntlv cure I Lv Cutlcura Remedies,
Remedies are for sale bv all drugelsts.
I'meuf Cutlcura, a medicinal loll v. small boxes
rOct!t. : Isr'.-e bow $1. Cutlcura resolvent, thi
new blood purifier, 81 per bo'tlo. Cutlcnra Medi
cinal Shaving Soap. 1 5c IP ; In bars for barbers aud
large consumer., MtrtH. Principal depot
niithii I'unr.K, iinston, jiana.
FfAll mailed free on receipt of price.
One CnuiN's Voltaic
Kr.EtTiiic I'lacteii. costing
voltaic raunrao:,;?; "ZZXffll
PAevrtft public. I hev instantly re-
- nai neve Dyspepsia, i.lver lorn-
ilaint, Mninrta, Fever aid Aeue aud Kidney and
L'ntiarv Dlfllniltles. and may be worn over the pit
ii ine siomarn, over me Kinney or any anuctcu
part, Price -' ei'tits. Sold everywhere.
vt fcfcKS I'on tlt, liosion, Mass-
EORGE n. LEACH, M.I).
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Knitrlnl AttMntlnn rmtri tn thfl TTnmnnn.tM trAAt
menl of surgical diseases, and disease of women
OtllcoiNolO Kluhth street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
II. MAREAN, M.D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial avenue near tho corner of
Klgbtb street, over Tahcr Brother s Jewelry tore.
Residence corner Fourteenth street and Wash
Tba Celebrated Eloctro-Vanor and Modloated
Paths which are an unfailing cure for Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Fever-Acne and many other ailment,
aiiministereii uauy during omce notirs.
Office hours, from 8 to 13 a. m from 1 to 8 and
8TKAM BOAT BUTCHERS.
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
79 OHIO LEVEE.
tSTLaruo stock of fresh moats or all kinds eon
stnutly on hand. Moat dullyored to any part of the
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TttAIMS LIAV1 CAIIIO,
Arkansas and Texas Express .11:30 a.m. Dally
Aitmvi AT 0A1HO,
Express 45 a.m. Dally
Accommodation 8:3U p.m. Dally
Ticket omco: ro. bo utiioLevoe.
U. a. M1LBURM. Ageut.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CHICAGO, 0KAIN AND POIIK.
Chicago, September 27, 9 :30 A. m.
Wheat Oct, $1 3t; November
Corn-Oct, COc Nov, COc.
Oats-Nov. 43 Oct. 43.
CmcAoo, September 27, 13 m.
Pork-Oct 19 33.
Wheat Oct, $1 30; November
Corn- Oct, C9 ; Nov. 70.
CniCAOo, September 27, 2:30 p. m.
Pork -Oct, $19 30. Nov, 1D SO.
Wheat Oct, $1 30; Nov.
Corn Oct, COJc; November, "JOJc.
Oata-Oct. 43; Nov. 43.
Mr. John C. White has accepted a posi
tion in the office of the Illinois Central rail
Mr. Frank Spencer ami family returned
on Saturday from their northern visit.
Mr. John Wood, Jr., of Chicago, was in
the city Monday visiting his parents.
Mr. Thomas L. Joy, ot Carmi, was in the
city yesterday on business.
Mr. L. P. Parker, of The Ilalliday, is
east, purchasing furniture, etc., for the
upper story ol the hotel, which has been in
course of completion tor several weeks
Col. Reeves, General Manager of the
Mobile and Ohio railroad, was in the city
on business connected witli the roitd yes
Misses Ella and Clara Robbins have re
turned from their visit to Dubuque, Iowa,
and other cities north.
Mr. J. W. Everly returned from hia trip
through the south several days ago. He
finished the work alloted him by the gov
ernment in much less time that he expected
The senior member of the old firm of
Thomas Bros, was in the city yesterday.
He came up from Memphis, where he is
doing a prosperous business, and remained
in the city only a day or two. He has been
away from here about five years and ex
pressed himself as greatly surprised at the
many substantial improvements that have
been made in the city since his departure.
He was satisfied that Cairo is now on the
high road to lasting prosperity.
The late President Garfield's funeral was
appropriately observed in this city last
Monday. The weather was quiet, tho tem
perature pleasant, the streets dry; hence tho
ceremonies ngrecd upon could be carried
out without hindrance; and they were. It
was a general holliday, respected by nearly
every citizen, whether he was merchant,
manufacturer, mechanic, or professional
man; even Btcamooat ana rauroan men
being m some instances permitted a
short interruption in their arduous
labors. Hundreds of flags floated at half-
mast from hundreds of poles and as many
lithographs of the doad president hung in
frames ot thick mourning upon tbe walls of
as many houses in different parts of the city.
Every business house in the city was closed,
including even drug stores and refreshment
stands, and although many houses had
been previously draped in tho black with
bows of white, many more were so draped
early Monday morning. Somu ot these
displayed much taste and attracted tho
general attention ot passers-by. Among
these may bo mentioned, Mr. Louis Her
bert's saloon, which was profusely festooned
with sable cloth, intertwined with tho na
tional colors; the prescription drug store of
Messrs. Barclay Bros., whero was display
cd, amid a profusion of crape, a picturo of
tho president lying in state; tho front and
show windows of Messrs. Goldstine &
Rosenwatcr, all decorated with tho Bnmo
mournful colors half-hiding thelikeucssof
tbe dead chief and mottoes, such as:
"Wo mourn tho nation's loss." But to
particularizo wherever it was deserved
would require nioro space than
we have to spare. Tho business men, the
different organizations including the
churches and the citizens generally, all
united in giving tho city an appearance of
mourning that could not havo failod to im
prosB any ono with tho cinccrity and uni
versality of their grief at tho sudden and
direful calamity, which tho country and a
noblo wife sustained in tho death of Presi
In tho afternoon at two o'clock tho pro.
gramme of coromonics to bo observed was
begun to bo carried out. All the bells in tho
city commenced tolling simultaneously and
continued without interruption until four
o'clock. Impressivo services were contluc
tod by Revs. B. Y. George and
W. - F. Kono in tho Presbyter
Ian church; by Rev. Hess, in the Baptist
church; by Revs. Knappe, la tho Lutheran
church and by tho several colored ministers
in their respective churches; and all these
churches wcro crowded with sincere wor
shipers. Ono of the principal features of tho day's
doings and which callod forth the people in
immense crowds from evory part of the
city, was tho parade of The Ilalliday
Guards. It was a matter of much disap
pointment that no other of the many or
ganizations in the city took part in tho
parade; but this failure is chargeable more
to indecision on the part of a few than
unwillingness on tho part of the many.
Abfiut forty-five men were in the pro
cession, which was proceeded by the
Comhjue brass band, a hearse, bearing a
coffin encircled by the American flag and
another party of drummers. The proces
sion started in good order from the armory
in tho Hibernian engine house, and while
tho band played a funeral dirge, "The
Sweet By. and By," and other impressive
melodies, moved down Washington avenue
to Sixth street, up that to Ohio levee, up
the levee to Eighth street, down Eighth
to Commercial avenue, up Commercial
avenue to Twentieth street, out this to
Washington avenue and then down back to
tho armory. On Commercial avenue, near
Twelfth street, the procession was joined by
about filty colored Free Masons in their
regalia and bearing the various symbols of
tho order. The entire lino of march was
lined on either side with people of all ages,
even tho streets were, at times, so crowded
that the marchers were seriously incon
venienced. So far as it went
the procession was a success.
Mr. John 3. Fhil'is, who had been bo se
riously sick for several days last week,
died at 2:13 o'clock on Sunday morning.
His remains were taken from the home of
tho family on Walnut street to the funeral
train at the foot of Fourteenth street Mon
day afternoon, about two o'clock and con
veyed to Villa Ridge for burial, Rev. B. Y.
Mr. Phillis was fifty-eight years old when
he died and leaves a wife, a son and three
married daughters. The latter being Mrs.
B. F. Blake and Mrs. Robert Hinkle, of
this city and Mrs. S. S. Foster of St. Louis,
Mo. Ho was born in Washington county
Pennsylvania; he came-to this city in the
year 1853 or '59 and lived here until death.
Duriug his residence here he proved a val
uable citizen. Not only did hc.by continu
ous hard labor, become ono of the sub
stantial business men of tho city and
retain that position for many years,
until his health failed him ; but ho took an
active part in the public affairs and held
many offices of honor and profit under tho
people. He attracted considerable atten
tion during the first candidacy of Abraham
Lincoln by his enthusiastic advocacy of
Mr. Lincoln's election; ho was for a num
ber of years a member of the board of
education of Cairo; then a useful represen
tative of the Third ward in ttie city
council; was subsequently elected to the
office of city clerk, and at the time of his
death had served the community for some
time in the capacity of health officer. In
all his manifold occupations and his many
leadings with his fellow-men Mr. Phillis
was always gentlcmany and honorable to
the last degree, therefore, ho enjoyed until
his death the highest regard, and those he
leaves behind havo now tho sincere sym
pathy of this entire community.
His remains were followed to their last
resting place by a large procession, com
posed principally of old Cairoites, who
were Mr. Phillis' fast friends through all
his eventful career in this city.
C A IRO POLICE COURTS.
MONDAY AM) TCESDAt'8 DOCKET 11EKOKE
JCBTICE J. II. llOMNSON.
James Dixon, arrested by Deputy Sheriff
Guy Morse for being drunk was given a
stay to leave town.
Win. Prico was drunk, arrested by officers
Hogan and Kinnear and given a stay of a
few hours in which to leavo the city.
John Bums, Jorry Thomas, John Reese,
and Charles Crooks, wero all drunk.
Tho first was arrested by Officer Tyler;
tho second, by Officer Wims, and tho two
latter, bv Officers H.,can and Kinnear.
They wero each fined one dollar and costs.
Thomas Brown, Harry Lewis and Ada
Waters wero all disorderly. The first
namod was arrested by Officer Hogan, and
tho two otherB by Officer Tyler, and each
was fined 11 vo dollars and costs.
Ed. White, a negro was arrested by
Officer Tyler for vagrancy and Emma Os
born, by Officer Sheohan, for kreony; both
wero diBchargod from custody for want of
MAOI9THATE COM1N08' COUUT.
Goorgo McClanahan aud J. B. Allison
wero arrestod by Officers OlniBtod and
Mahanny for being disorderly. They wore
both tlnod flvo dollars and costs. Tho
first named paid, tho other went to jail.
W.C.Cooper was drunk, arrestod by
Officer Mahanny and fined one dollar and
Robert Peterson, disorderly, arrested by
Officer Olmsted and fined flvo dollars and
James Orange, drunk and disorderly as
usual, arrested by Jailer Martin and lined
ten dollars nnd costs. Tho city supports
him for another twelvo days in the cala
Isaac Bitrkins, drunk, arrested by Officer
Wima and fined ono dollar and costs.
Tho case of John Gladney for violating
tho ordinances against gambling, which has
been in process of evaporation for several
weeks, was finally put on trial yesterday, the
defense signifying their readiness tor trial.
All parties to the trial, except
the witnesses for the prosecution who
could not bo found, wero present and Pros
ecuting Attorney Hendricks, seeing the
hopelessness of his side of the case, did tho
best ho could under tho circumstances,
i. e., he dismissed it.
A youth of alniut fifteen, named Marion
Kelly, was arrested by Marshal Myers on
Monday, in accordance with a dispatch re
ceived from Columbus, Ky., charging him
with having shot and killed a ncrrro whilo
in a dispute at the town named. Ho was
held until yesterday morning, when Con
stable Spauldmg, of Columbus, arrived and
took him back to tho scene of his rash act.
Tho principal event of yesterday evening
was tho reception iriven to Mr. Thill C.
Barclay and wife by the their many young
friends in the elegant parlors of Tho Ilal
liday House. About thirty-five couples
were present and were received by a com
mittee appointed for the occasion in the
parlors of the hotel, up stairs. After somo
minutes spent there in congratulations a
grand march was taken down to the spaci
ous dinning room, where tho nianv tables
wero set with one' of the most
lelicatc and tasty suppers ever prepared.
To this nil did full justico and after that,
the tabh-s Swing cleared away,, the select
party spent several hours iu dancing to the
sweet music of Prof. Will Emery's strinir
band. It is probable that a better man
aged and a more delightful affair was never
participated in by tho people of Cairo and
Mr. and Mrs. Barclay Iibvo reason to con
gratulate themselves upon bo hearty
and so brilliant a reception by their many
ALEX AN DK 11
Reuben B. Vick to Isiali B. Vick; quit
claim deed, dated September 17th, 1881
for west half ot southwest quurter of see
tion nine, township fourteen, range two, in
and wife to
quit claim deed,
1881, for lot numbered
dated July lCtli,
four, in block numbered three, in Elco.
Charles E. 'fWy to Cairo Transfer com
pany; deed, dated September 21st, 1881,
for tract of laud adjoining block numbered
sixty-one, in tho chj w. L'.tiro.
Ellen Galvin to Eli W. Green; warranty
deed, dated September 19th, 1881, for lot
uumbered twenty-three, in block numbered
two, in tho fourth addition to the city of
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the mieedv cure of consunintioii and
all diseases that lead to it. such ns stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
lever, asthma, pain in the sido and chest,
dry bucking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of tho throat and luntrs.
Dr. Ivinus New Discovery has no eoual
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leadincr nhvsir.iana
recommend and use it in their practice
The formula from which it is prepared is
hiL'hlv recommended liy all medical lour
uals. Tho clergy and tho press have com
plimented it in tho most glowing terms,
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cont, or a regular sizo for 1. For
sale by Geo. E. O'Hara, Druggist, Cairo
The Law of Kindness
I nniversml : it hlTrrlq nil the human fain
ily, nil animals, and may bo found in pat-
cm meuieines. nomc are drastic, anu mu
patient is obliged to suffer paius worse than
the disease; hut in cases of obstinate con
stipation, dyspepsia, there is no remedy so
kimi mi iri.ntiii in its till'er.ts. and vet so sat
isfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters. Prico
1.00, trial sizo 10 cents. Paul O. Schuh,
The Pope's Approciation of a Joke.
Popes ns well as Protestants aro not
Inapproeiativo of a mild joko. Whon
the presold pontiff was a cardinal, and
legato at Brussels, the following inci
dent occurred: Ho was one day writ
ing in his study, when a hotise-palntor,
who was employed in painting tho ex
terior of the location, slid down a rope
and looked at his emlnonco. The car
dinal turned around, and the maun
slipped down the ropo quickly, mutter
ing, What an ugly mug for a cardi
nal 1" His eminence started from his,
chair and wont toward the door, deter
iniuod to havo tho rudo follow dis
charged; but as he went past a . mirror
he looked at himself, and, confossinp:
that his "mug" was ugly, smiled and
resumed his seat, continuing to write
as if nothing had happened.
VLikdsey'b Blood Bearchor" the great
medicine for fever and aguo, malara, and
blood poison. Don't tail to nse it.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The beat salve in ihn nnriA rv,. ..t.
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lover sores,
ettor, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin emotions. Thi aain
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Prico, 25
cents pc box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara
A Subject of Popular Intercut.
The expressions of a thoughtful man on
other than political matters, is otten ot
great use to his constituency. The Hon.
U. II. Yode, of Globe Mills, Penn., has thus
recorded his opinion on a subject of popu
lar interest. I have been selling St. Jacobs
Oil for tho last year. I have never heard a
person speak ot it, except as a splendid
medicino and as tho great specific for rheu
matic affections, whether inflammatory,
acute or chronic, swelling, sores, sprains,
burns, wounds, etc. I sell more St. Jacobs
Oil than of any other kind of liniment, and
tt gives universal satisfaction. I will al
ways keep It on hand. The tarmers say
that for man and beaBt they find nothinc
equal to it. h
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and aguo, and malaria, are cured by "Sol
iers' Liver Pill." '
She Passed It Along-.
"I send VOIl UIV titHtimrimVI in o"A..
to hpring Blossom, having taken it for dvs-
miriQin an.l .....!..: ..I.
uu ircnmug aunoBT. immediate re
lief. I passed it to my neighbor, who is
using it with same results.
Mrs. J. W. Lekfklt.
A. "Elmira, N. Y."
G. Schuh, Agent.
A Liberal Offer.
Wairner & Co. Miehi'nn Ate .TnrUa.n
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Hands, etc.. for the cura of NVrvnna rtnhtii.
ty and other diseases. fr ' for AYflminatinn
- j - J iuuusu
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric 'Devices are the in vntmn nfllr n A
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to lie tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances tor the euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
An Entire Success.
It lias been proved bv tbu most rili.lil
testimony that Thomas' Ee.leetrio. Oil U an
entire success in curing tho most inveterate
tunea oi rneumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description. Paul G.
Fellows' Syrup of Hypophosptutes, by
restoring strength to the nerves and muscles
of the stomach, cures dyspepsia, which is
but tho result of loss of nervous Btrength
followed by muscular relaxation.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division Street, Buffalo,
says: "I cannot bo too thankful that I
was induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at ono time afraid I should never be
bio to eret Ollt Benin. T HAomnrl tn )u ft
second edition of Job without his patience;
my face and body were one vast collection
of boils and nimnlcs: since taking nnn Iwit-
tloof your Spring Blossom I am quite
cured, all eruptions have disapppeared, and
I feel better than I havo in a lonjj timo."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Pnul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food nositivelv cures nr.rv.
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo, by Barclay Bros.
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Ruthvcn. Ont..
writes: "I have tho greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In one case
wim wnicn I am personally acquainted
their 8uccess was almost incredible. One
lady told mo that half a bottle did her
more good than hundreds of dollars' worth
of medicino she had previously taken."
Price 11.00, trial sizo 10 cents. Paul G.
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
A.re you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once ami got a bottle of
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no nu'stsko
Bbout it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used It, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and pivo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
Tt iu nurfiirfli' aiifn tn iisfl in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest and best fcmala
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold ovcreywhoiev 05 conls a bottle.
Mr. Albert Anderson. York Street. Buf
falo, fell down stairs and severely bruised
his knee. A fo-v annlicationa of T)r.
Thomas' Eclectrie Oil entirely cured him.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
A smoot complexion can be had bv every
ladv who will use Parker's Ointrer Tonic.
For promptly regulatiug the liver and kid
neys and purifying the blood there is oth-n
ing like it, and this is tbe reason why it so
quickly removes pimples and gives rosy
bloom to cnoek. See notice.
Write to Mrs. Lydia E. Tinkham. 233
Western Avonue. Lvtin. Marh.. for nnmna
of ladies that have been restored to perfect
health by tho use or her Vegetable Com
pound. It is a positive cure for the most
Stubborn cases of fomale weakness.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.