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THE DAILY CA1K0 B CJLJLETIN.
" CAIRO ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNIife FEBRUARY 20, m2 1
"t'HWAL DIKKCTOUY. WOOD YARD STOVES AND TINWAKE. " " j . " N
, : ; i!n!1CTi WHEAT. . -
M yor N . P. TliiHtlnwoiMl.
Treasurer-'P J K.Tin.
Clerk Dcni. Is. J, Koley.
(Jnuhahlor- A uj. U. OllttKrt.
.Vlnrsual-L. U. M.-yf.
i.ofneyK :UUin Hendricks.
OAUD OF iLI)HKK.
,i't Vl'trJ Peter Haop. T. M. Klmbroiigh.
i.-i unrt Wu t-lf" llmkle, C. N. Hughes.
.. i i' .i F. HlaKe.dohn Wood.
lA.urtli Wan'. Charjee 0. Paller, Adolpb
"V'n'h Wird-T. W. Hal'.Mav. Ernest B. Pittlt.
'limit J'I'Il'u U. .f .linki-r.
Circull ClfcK A. il. Irvlu.
:ounty Judu it. t4 Vocum.
County i.'lui S-J. Huium.
Cmuty AUru.7-J. U. bamrcm.
t'.ciuly Treurr-Mlli' W. PwBur.
tibKtllV Jolm HodM.
CouutyC.!uail-iuiit:ri-T. W. !JmllUiy, J.
(" Al It' I 14 f PI P. C"-iHf I'DIIO ttiKi !'inar
iroi-li'i preuchiiiu fl"t ad tlnrd iu;nly ia
am- i tlKi.lU. 11 ' ''" i"7
f-lintCll Of THE KKDEE5AKR (Ejtlcoi)l)
L tuurto-Mh irwt; rtui)dy ia.. . Lo y
MoruHiK ;.ri;tf: fc:wP- iu.,er0mi.g rji. "
p. lH n"n. T. It. .r.
MIShluNAHY BAPTIST CHtJKCU.-
Ml.ni.il lit.l at 7:: P- tu K. T. J. bbirfw,
'I'll KHA.S-'ft.irti'Dijtu Htrrtt; irvtiti
i humlay chooi p. m. "t.
j:fllUl.IM'l-'or. Klylith aftd Wa'.tiat treet,
l'r. . :Mi. SaWiatU Si a ra. "u i !-
boimav h. nu'.l al :' P '
I ..l . i n hi AN -KtL'htU tret: pratntur a
m.-ihii! ,t jj..m) a. m. and 7:ip. in.;
ST. JOSEPH S -5 Human Catuollc) f'oruer iron
WbIi-.u1 ftrKii'.a: rvken tiihhath 10:Wia.
h iili'.HT Si lnml at p
ni. ; Wf jr 3 p. m. ; er
Huv. O'llura, lTl:t.
un t. ifV.-ry dv at ti . m.
ST PATKIi K'S-(KijMiao Cathullcj Corr.or Mrilb
tvkI and Whliij?lou avuuue; mtce (at
nath e and In a. in.; Vepw S p. n..; Houday Scbool
t p. m. a.-rv!w v. ry d, at t a.m. lti'V. MusU-rson
li. U. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO.
THAIS DKPiltT. TIUN Aimiv
Mai! :i:i."am Mull
tccmn'datnin.!l:li a m V.xvtk
tEipn-rii 4:J p. in Arr.oradatl.iU .
MIS (.'EXT HA I. It. .
Mall 4:1.'. a m I Vail
.4;ii."j p m
11 :3ii a m
tKxprea PHlJa tn
cat st i.. k. it.
Expri'Ki1 a.ta i
AcKiiu'datl'.n. p. in
KT. I. . I M
tExprc- 11 :-ip. m I
(Narrow Gauge )
Kxprw 4::!ri p.m
At om'datuin U p.m
A S. K. K
Kxpr.-i" P m
Accom'datlou 11:45 a m
tAci'iir. canon. :J(tp.ni
WAHSI1. KT I.ot'IS A PA(. IKIO H'V ('O.
Vali it h .... :' vin I Mall & Ex.... 9: P m
l.aily txci'pl Sunday, t Daily.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino RunTime
MARINO DlliKCT CoNNKCTIOM
. f a "i. Mull.
ArrMi.Klu t". l',l'B:4!S-m 1 m. ;
Coiiwxtit.K "t idi and Itmnuham for t'lndii
nail. UmlavlUu. IndlnimpohH and pidula Saht.
H:K) ti.m. Ht. I.ouin iml WcNtiTii
mlvlnu In St. I.cul" ":W p. m., and ciim:itlm:
p.m. l''it MxprcMn
HirHt I,iiiil"and t'lilrai-o, arriving at 8t. Loiili"
tit : to p . in., and Clilrai;.) T:'Ji a m
4:l.M p.m. 'liifiiuiiitl Kxir-.
rrlvlni: at Clnrlmmtl T:i a m.; I,mndllu 7:
a in.; Ii-dlaimtioll- 4:i' a.m. I'iaH-iiir.Tia tiy
Hum train reach th almvii pnlnlf 1 J to .
llul'KH In udvunce of any otUur route.
rtf-Tlm 4:'JI p. m. uxpn-M haa PUl.l.VIAN
s,hEPIN(i I'AU Cairo to 1,'luclnimll, wltlio'il
liamiea, and throng ipm to bt. Louli" mi"
J'Vist Time KnsL.
1 ilSSeiim IS ,.rn pi.tntM without Miy di-lay
ntuncdhy rliinday InH'rvfiilim. Thti Saturday afti'r
i 'ion train from 1'iilri) arrlvcn In new Yo'k Mnnday
ii.irnliiK at 1:M. Thlrtynlx binircln advance of
iy other rolltu.
tV"Kur thrtiuuh tlrkotK utid further Infornmtlon,
ti,uy utftlllnolii Central Itivllnmd Depot, Cairo.
.IA. JOIISMON. J l,J0NK1s-
Hon. Southtirn Agoiit. Hric.it Aitmit.
A. II. 11 AN SON. Hon. Pa. Airont. Cblcauo
QKORGU II. LEACH, M. I).
I.MwHician and Surgeon,
SporUl nttentlon pnld to tho Honwipitthlc trout
i. rm of etiri'lcul dUviaiia, and dlauaati of woliiou
uillcii: On H'.li "Iniet, oppoalto tho Poit Oftlco,
jU W. 0. JOCFLYN,
''ICE -Kltthth Btrnnt, nnar Comn erclal A.nno
j y. K. V. WHITL0CK,
iirnoi-No, Pill Commercial Avonao, between
iKhlhftbd Mnth Htreei.
(1, W. WHEELER, gTOVESI STOVES I! ,L - . . SST 9'' S&STS
-nn- ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLE pAf adulterate,! J.iL U '' city pTTTT
(fit m mnn,tX m bbl" ..:::::-::::::::::::: g p,,es! nmi
STAVE CLIPPINGS '.wSxJ r'tt.w IM
v" ViLjVv I Co" for fowls " i -o
At Kevwity-flvo cpnts per load.
t.'ivo .L rim mi nor s
At (ine dollar per load.
Tim "trtmmlugt"are coar bavlfiK and make I
the heal nuinmur wood for eooklnK purpose, an wull
the ch'.'apm ever old tn t'ai.-o. Kor blaek
iiUtti'i Que lnttin tlrut, tbey ara anaqnallud
utv ruor ornttrs atne Tvhla truet wood vara
PA1ROCITY FERRY CO.
THREE kd3L STATES.
On and afr Monday, Jutie 7th, and nnttl lurther
iiotice tbv fvnyhoal will make trlpi as follows:
Fixil Fourth at.
8:00 a. m.
i:0n p. m
4:" p. m
i p. m.
MlMourl Land (j,
8:S0 a. tn.
10:30 a. m.
Eenturky Ld (.
9 . m.
A New anil ( ompietK Hntel. frotitlnir on l.ovee
Second aud llallroad Slrvi'te,
Th PaBtptijer Depot of the Chlcairo, St. I.oula
an'" .uw Orlrana: Illlnol" Central; Wahanh, St.
I.i. ill. and Paeliic; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Moliile and Ohio; Cain and St. I.oma Hallway
are all Jum acme, the atreet; while the Steamboat
I.auiliiiu la hut one a'jnare dialant.
Th i h lintel la heated hy Hteam, hna ateam
I.auiidr). II vilrniilic Elevator, Electric Cull Helta.
Automatic Klre-Alnrma. Hatha, aliauliltely pure air,
perlnet aoweraire and uimplele appolntmenia.
Superb furniNlilnjja; perfect aervlce; aud an nn
oxci lied Utile.
Ii. 1. I'AltKKIt ft fJO.Ji or
Coiiiiiii'Pcial Avpiiihi mid Eihtli Street,
K. Il'UlSS, Premdent. I P. NKl'F, Vice Prca'ut
II. WE1.1.S, t'nahler. T.J. Kertll, Aaa't cunh
F, llroaa Cu'ro I Wlllliim Klilu'e. .Cairo
IVerNetV " Wllllnm Wolf.... "
C. M dalerloh " I C. 1'atler "
K. A. Under " II. Well
J. Y. Clemaoii, Caledonia.
AUKNEH.UIIANKINO 1IUSIXK88 DUNK,
Kxclianue 'old and boiiiiht. Intereat paid In
thi'Snvlnna Deparlmetit. Collection made aud
all liualuuas promptly attended to,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLKSAIJi AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IW CITY.
(1001)3 SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PA.TIKU to oo.,
Onr, Ninnliiuntli atrevt Pnlrn Til
Coin murclal Arena I Vittl 1 U All
DAVIDSON'S - T A tXT AND OkOH.vn vwn A
, , J anil Dimleir in ff t'SVi I "t.'TTKU.
- SnEKT.IItON WAM SI
1NDH OF JOB WOHK OONK TO OKDKK. jV!L. GJ ' sVfV 800 dozen
- NO. 27 KIGHTH STREET, ZtiS
poiro. . - Illinois Vft fDV ,
)rM. 31. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 62 Pearl Street, NEW YOKK.
Our Liquid Tainta are ready forlmmcdlute nacon
opening tne packat'ea, no oil, aplrita of turpentine
or dryeri heiim reuulred.
rarity. We guarantee their ahaolutc purity aud
their freedom from barytea, clay, alkalis, water,
henr.ine, aoap and other article which are used to
adulterate liquid valuta.
Covering Capacity. They weigh fifteen to aix
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
and more aurface than any chemical painta or those
containing barytea or clay, as these add weight
Pennaneucy of Color Great care haa been taken
In .electing colors for tinting, and we uae ouly per
manent color, consequently our tints do not fade.
Convenience Auy one who can uae a paint
brush can apply theee paints, and being ready for
ua, thre Ia no waste or exceea of material, as is
thecae often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to be purchased- The colors can always be exactly
matched aud there is no necessity of having two or
three shades ou the aame building, a la often the
caee when tinta are made experimentally.
Our Pure Liquid Paint are put up in small cans
from 1 to 5 lbs., and also by the gallon, In packages
fiom cans of yv 1, a, 3 and 5 galls., to kegs of lu, 15
nd a galls., and bbls: of 45 tails.
Sample ':anl and "i?ce Lists mailed to any no,
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
I'CKED FOR SHIPPING.
O.'vr Loads a Specialty.
OfFI O K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
COAL, V.'OOD ICE.
P M. W'AUIJ),
WOOD, COAL ami ICE,
by tho Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
tif L iavj oi d jrs tl my Wood aud Coal Office.
llulbcrt Bros. Wholesale Pri. e List.
4 l'lano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, curved,
agraffe ..$1.71 00
7 l'lano, upr. m oct., cabinet gnu d 171 (HI
13 Orfiin, 4 aeta reeds, 9 stops & grand organ Ml 00
08 " (I sets reeda, 1:1 stops, ciupler, auti-baas 7:1 00
Our Pianos and Organs warrtuted II rat clans,
ii Violin outfit, box bow, strings, complete.... 3 00
S " crcmona model, extra lino U Oil
4 Arcordeon, 0 keys, baas box, fine tono. 1 00
" 10 " 1 stop, 8 sets reeds, perfect a 00
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna concert, 21 holes 50
9 " Ueuulne Hlchter, 10 holes, U. H, 124
11 " " concert double U4 holes " 10ft
II Clarlonut, genuine Martin, 0 keys, boxwood 5 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German silver ferulet.MMH, Ml
10 Music box, t tunc, crank, flue 1 lu
III " 8 tunes,, wind Willi lover, large 86 Ml
40 Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
'ii Double Haas, patent head, 8 or 4 strings. 2:1 (X)
81 (iullar, niiiplu, machine head, lino flulsli,, 4 W
27 llanjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackets 8 m
2H Cornet, brass cornpoeon style case Acrooks II CO
So Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented 9 00
Gold violin, guitar and banjo string 'It. Ilroi,' in
Silver " " " " " " " HI
Hteul " " " " " " " 5
Out, Kuaslun, German or Italian, best quality IS
Instruction Hook, Howe' or Winners, any
Having Juat nmilu a good trado for 100 Singer
Sewing Machines, will sell them for $2A each while
Money Is quite afo In common letter If plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will Uko
Agents and dealers lend for our 40-psge Catalogue
On above nut wholesale jialcei agents ran make
H) per cent profit.
Call on u when yon coma tost, Louis.
Koferenccil Any bank or wholesalo hour In
Ilulhert Uros. Is tho only Guneral Wholcsalt
Mimic House In St. Louis,
91 Ullva Street, Saint Louis, Mo.
cPEJf AXt:. Ho,'"d1""
has been kept nnrhanged in all
Us original purify ami Hfvi uith.
The best evidence of its nnfetij
and effect Irenes is the fact of its
lull ing received the highest test!
mnnials from the most eminent
chemists in the United States.
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no jnnrders that bear
higher rluniical tests, nor any
that show so good results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It is a pure Fruit Avid Baking
1'otrdcr. Made bu
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturers of Lupulin Yeait
Gems, Dr. Prioe's Special Flavoring
Extracts, and Dr. PiiooV Unique
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, Feb. 23 10 a. m.'
Pork March, $10.75; April, $17.00.
Corn March, DG'c. May, ClJc.
Oats May, 4jc.
Chicago Fi. 23, 12m.
Pork-March, tlftQ7J; April, $17.03c.
Wheat-March, $1.24! April $1.2fi;
Oats May, 4:)ig'c.
Chicago, Feb. 23, 1 p. m.
Pork-Feby,$lG.87 Murch, 110.87;,'
April, $17.15. r
Wheat-March, I.24$; April 1.23j
Corn Feby, 50c; March, 57c.
Oats Feby, 40c; March, 40;2'c.
The weather is clear and cold. A strong
wind from the northwest prevailed early to
day, but tho atmosphere was comparative
ly calm this afternoon and evening.
The floods throughout tho country, and
the general interference with railroad trains
thereb)', has apparently stagnated business,
and dealers are anxiously waiting for a
subsidence of tho waters of the rivers.
FLOUR Unchanged; very little doing.
Prices continue- about the same us at tho
opening of the, week.
IIAY Tliu market is very quiet and
movement exceedingly light. Keceipts
arc Final I.
CORN The market rules steady but
quiet. Orders coino in slowly. Prices
OATS Quiet and weak. Transactions
are very small.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BUTTER Choice is a little scarco and
in uc'ive request.
EGOS Firm and unchanged. Receipts
are not large but the supply appears tube
ample for tho demand.
CHICKENS Tho supply in market is
small and demand fair at previous quota
tions. APPLES Tho dcmind is almost entire
ly tn till orders.
POTATOES Tho demand is fairly nup
plied and the demand mostly local.
Sales ami Quotations.
NOTE. Tho prices here given are for sales from
first hands In round lots. An udvanro Is
charged for broken lotsin lliilugorders.
Various grades, on orders & 00J7 00
8ikI bbls. Choice a8n
UK) Mils. Iiinry , 0 4oft h1
loo bbls cliolct (I ;i0
9 cars choice
Scars primu 11
8 cra choice red top ,.,,
1 carscholoj mixed
n car mixed, tn bulk nn track
8 curs cholco whlto lu bulk ..
2 cars In bulk on track..., 41
tear Bitxed lu bulk...
TURKEYS AND OEKSK.
coops live choice
O pounds dresaed
coops old hens .
.8 lj&3 10
fl) bbls choice
liio acks ,
200 sacks Michigan peach blows...
ihidiiik. " I'eachliluws
JiK) bbls Early ltosu seed
Per Mil. .
50 bbls. common
50 hhla. fancy Michigan.
50 bbls choice
.7 5" H)
Tub washed 3 Itffctf?
. C. Hauis ..
( lear aides
Shoulders . 10
.. . I 4'.
bushel " .
Oranges, choice per bos. .' M
Lemons choice per box
Peaches, halves and uuarters
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Choice, Factory m
t'reum ... 4
Calf, Orcen ,? n
Dry Flint cholco lrlfl
Dry Salt N u(t,H
Green Salt 5t,7
Sheep Pells, dry 1un, l0
Sheep Pelts, green 50;i,l 00
Common Lugs $- Tvr,:i no
Utmd lugs ,') 50Q5 4 on
owLeaf. 4 7Vi( 5 oo
Medium Leaf 5 5ni fll
(lor i Leaf. (I MK(J 8 IK'
HATES OF FKCIG1IT.
Hay Flour Pork
Vcwt. fhlil. fhhl.
15 20 :l
17' ail 45
B'i'J 35 f-8'i
22'-5 S3 IV i
27 )i 45 ti7 J
That Socond-Eand Book.
A week or two ago a bright and ehittty
young woman cnllea nt a house on Cus.4
avenue and endeavored to niako a salo
of a book entitled "Home and Mother."
Tho lady of tho house roceivod her iir
tho usual ten degrees below fashion tind,
utterly refusing to look at tho book,
"I haven't nny money, and I know
that my husband wouldn't pay for it."
"It is a book highly spoken of by tho
"Yes, I know, but my husband is
"And vou soe tho superior stylo of
"1 know, but my husband would call
It bosh and trash. rt
"Shan't I call when ho Is at honieP"
"That would bo useless. Ho wouldn't
even look at il, and ho hates female
"Yes, lio nbhors them. I kn if hu
doesn't even treat thonr'oivilly when
they call at his oHioe."
"Is that ho?" mused tho girl, and when
she left tho house, she for Homo reason
or other started right down town.
Tho lady of tho house might havo for-
gotten tlio Incident In live or six years
tit for a sort of climax. When her hus
band e.iuno tm to dinner ho handed her
a copy of "Homo and Mother," with
"Happened to son It as I passed a
Hccntid-hand book-store, and thought
perhaps you'd like It."
Yen ah but, Henry, a girl w.w
hero trying to soil mo this very book
not over two hours ago!" stammered
"Wits, ohP Wull, who probably got
discouraged, sold out to tho seeotid'-liund
dealer and skipped tho city. Is dinner
Dinner was ready, but somehow tho
wife had no appetite, and slneo that alio
has tits of abstraction, glances upto
lotisly around at times, and lnu been
seen golug in and coming out of second
hand book-k)rtMi.MVutf Frtt, Drw.
a nvw ci'itrc found at last, no 0NE
' 1-4 U
sure enm r,,
"clung and Ulcerated Piles 2 ,lslt)CiiiaS,
covere.l bv Dr w.ui J 1,es h"8 b'n dis-
edy), called )r iT
ment. a u,-..i' , . 111,1111 8 Indian Oinr.
chronic the -0; t
No one need ZX'm Una.
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays tho intense
uctiing (particularly at night alter Eettinir
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
iiiHtant and painless relief, and Is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
and nothing else.
Read what the Hon J. M. Coflinbcrrv. of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, and it affords me pleasure tosav
that I havo never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment."
ror sale liy all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price $1.00.
1 HANK S. IlENUV & CO., O'
Solo Prop's, Cleveland.
For sale by Geo. E. O'haka, Druggis.
Tiik very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pil!s. which
cleanse the bowels, purify tho blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (0)
Worms, that universal discasa in child
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the use
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. E.
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y.City. (4)
UonDKN, Selleck & Co.. St. Louis, sel
the best and cheapest Car Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
OvEn 200,000 Howe Scales havo been
old. Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Dyhpkphia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which givo healthy activity to tho
entire system. (3)
Headache is effectually cured by
WEIGHT'S IND AN VEGETABLE TILLS, which
cleanso the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured liy Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says : "Both niysclf and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 0
AitB you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi.
tive cure. 10
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Prico
10 cents, 50 cents and $t. It.
Shiloh's Catahhh Rkmkdy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Prico 25 and 00 cents. 13
A Cross Baby.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's re
maining a bachelor as stopping for one
night at tho house of a niiirriedTriend aud
being kept awake for five or six hours bv
tho crying of a cross baby. All cross and
crying babies' need only Hop Bitters to
make tnem well and smiling, i oung man,
How to Get Well.
Thousands of persons are constantly troub
led with a combination of diseases. Dis
eased kidneys aud coBtive bowels aro their
tormentors. They should know that Kidney-Wort
acts on these organs at the same
time, causing them to throw off the noisona
t!int have clogged them, and so renewing the
wnoie man. Hundreds testily to this. -Pittsburgh
Kidney diseases alllict"&-'"reater part of
tho human race, and they are constantly on
tho increase, but whoro the virtues of Kid-ney-Woi
t have become known, they are held
in cheek and hpecdily cured. Let those v. ho
have had to constantly dosu spirits of nitro
and such stuff, give this great remedy a trial
and bo cured. In tho dry form it is most
economical, in tho liquid tho most conven
ient. Phila. Press.
Skin Diseases Cured.
i By Dr. Frazics's Magic Ointment. Cuies
as if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, BUtthes and Eruptions on tho face,
luuving the skin clear, healthy and beautt
I ill . Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Suit
Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, &c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, bend and
face, and nearly destroyed hispyes. The
most carel ul doctoring fuiled to help him,
and after all had failed ho used Dr. Pra
ter's Magic Ointment and waB cured by a
J-Tho first and only positlvo euro for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of prico, Fifty
Henry & Co., Solo Propr's,
For Blind Blooding, Itching or Ulcerated
Plica, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure euro. Price $1.00, by mail. Foriale
by Druggists. .
For sale by (loo. K. O Uara. (i
. Richardson & Co., Wnolosal Agti.- 1 , ;