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THK DAILY UA1K0 BULLETIN; SATURDAY AlOUNLNU OCTOBER 18, 1884.
THE GREAT GERMAN
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6oreneat, Cuts, Bruitti,
And U other bodily aches
FIFTlf CENTS A BOTTLE.
HnM hv all Drucelstn and
Van-, Direction lu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
hMMi to A. TOUIUH CO )
Ualtlinore, Md I'. V. A.
ya snch protective (against chills and fever and
other diseases of a malarial type exists as Ilos
totter' Stomach Bitter. It relieves constipation.
liver disorders, rheumatism, kidn -y aud bladder
aliments witn certainty aua promptitude, a
Change, ai pr itifylna as it In c rrp!et!, anon taki'fl
place In the appearand, a well an the sensation,
of the wan and hairga-d Invalid who uses thi
ttandard promoter of health and strength.
For sale by all druggists an I dealers generally.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort is the most successful remedy
I ever used." Dr. P. C. Ballou, Monktoa, VU
"juaney.wort it always reliable."
Dr. R. N. Clark. Bo. Urn. vt.
"Kidney. Wort baa cured my lfo after two years
uuemitf. ir, u. m. Bummer un, Bun Hill, Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OP CA8E8
It has cured, where aU else had failed. It la mild,
buteffldent, ( EM A1N IS lis) ACTION, but
t fit cleanse the Blsadaad Hlpenfhi. mri
irlvisi New Life to all the important organs of
uie ooay. -j tie natural action of tbs Kidneys is
restored. The Liver is oleansed of all disease,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way the wont diseases are eradicated
from the system. g
FUC1, 1.00 UQCID OS DBT, SOLD BY DttCGflWTS.
Dry can be sent by malL
WELLS, BUHABOHO.-r ACO.BarUiurtmiTt
This poroua planter is
famous for its quick
and hi-arty action in
curing Lame Hack,
Crick In the Back, Bide or Hip, Neuralgia, HtliT Joints
and Muaclea, Bore Cheat, Kidney Troublis and all palna
or aebes either local ordecp-setted. It Soothes, btrenirth.
snsand Btimulatis the rU. The virtues of hops com
hJncd with iromt clean and ready to apply. Superior to
liniments, lotioiia and sol ta. ITice n cents or for
I1.0O. hold by drug, i aa n mm aa asja
funs and country EL LiKt A I
relpt of price. Hop
Hatter Company, l'ro.
prietort, ltotrton, Mam.
tr The best family jiUl undo Ha ley's Htomach and
Liver Pilla. rie, ll.fiaTtt in rt1onfnl eiurt to tke.
powrn, pruuioiurs drniy
and failuro to purlorm life's
ilulles prniM-rly are caimod J
iuws. errorn of youlh, etc.,
will iind a lxTfo-t and IumIimk
rentoralionio l-ohnx hrnlih
and vlirrm niunlioiMl in
NiMtTier htoiuAch druyiuii nor
inHtrutnfttita. '1'hiHlreiiltiiimt nf
Krvnua le hill ty and
aneemu-ful beratiaa haVd tin iMTiot't dmirnoitit.
new Hnd dlrtM't mrlhods and ahw,lut. thnr
oiiahnefts. rull information snd Irvatiae free.
Auorei CunaiiMins t'hyniriitn of
MARSTON REME0YC0..46W.t41hSL, Now York,
Swept into the Stream.
One Thounaml Acres of Land and
"BigM Smart of Bears."
On the deck of a big Ulislaalppt steamboat
toodan aged 6outhern planter, Indicating by
weep of bla arm the waters the boat wa, paaslng
over, ho said to a passenger from the North:
"When I was twelve years old I'klllud my first
bear on a new plantation my father was then cut
, tint out of a foro.t that grow directly over the
watera of this bind. That was a miirhty good
t plantation, and there aa rlgHt imsrt of bears
' thawe, too. Hut that one thousand a-.ros f land
went Into the Mississippi years ago."
:" H Is putting no strain npon the flanro to auy
that itreal forests or yimtblul nope, worn nly
' besnty aud manly strength are swe-jl In tliu sams
way every year Into t!;u great, lurlild torrent of
disease and death. Yet it sbou d not be so. That
1 H Is so Is a disgrace aa well as a loss. People
are largely too caruleaa or too stupid to delend
' their owi Interests the moH pruclous of wlib h
is health. That none, all Is gons. Disease Is
s.mple. but to reckleasneas or Iguoraueu, (be
. almnlMt thlnes mlzht as well be co uples as a
' proposition in Conic Section.. As the bene
Wastera rivers, which so often flood the cities
. a ota their shoies, arise to a few mountain springs
sylall pur alimetiia can no i raced voiinpuru uiouu
f and a small group or disornuru.i organs,
The most effuetlvs and Inclusive remedy for (lis
ease la I'AltKEU'H TOMC. It goes to tbs
'.' aonrwtsof pal i and weakness. In response to lis
aotlon. th liver, Kidneys, stomacn anu nean ne
in their work: arreaii, auddiseaasis arivenoii',
'ha Tonic la not. however, an Intoxicant, but
Curat 4aslr for itrong drink. Uve yon dya-
palit. rnsumartsm, or iroonies wuicn nave reins
4 M yield ta other agtutsr Uor, li your help,
I 1 1 JWiilltltllisaarf I I
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0 ROVER CLEVELAND,
of Now York,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cook County,
FOR CONGRESSMAN. 20111 Dist.
, P. E. ALBRIGHT,
fTAnd tho bslaoce of the Democratic ticket
IN AIjKX AN DKK CO.
at McCLURE'S SCHOOL-HOUaB,
Tuesday, Oct. 817 p. in.
KAST CAPE GIRARDEAU,
Toeaday, Oct. 81-1 a. m.
Wednesday, Oct. 23 1 p, m.
Wecfneaday, Oct. S2 7 p. m.
Thursday, Ort. SJ 1 p. m.
Hon. GEORGE W. HILL,
Democratic Candidate for State Senator;
Hon. THOMAS WILSON,
Candidate forSlato Board of Kqnullratlon ;
Ilcffl.P. V.N. DAVIS,
Candidate for Legislature.
Hon P. H. KKOH,
Hon. M. C. CRAWFORD.
HWA11 persons who are In favor of an honeat.
ecoiiomlcil sdmin'siratlon of Oovurnment and are
oppoaed to the employment of convict labor In
competition with free labor, at la now doi.e by
the Republican party, are requested to attend.
liy order of COMMITTEE.
Hoj). WM. K. MURPHY
will a'ldress the prople at New Grand Chain,
Wednesday, Oct, 84, at 1 p. ra.; at Ptilaakl, Oct.
8i, 7 p. m.
lion, una w. hill,
Democratic candidate forth Stats Senator, will
address the people at the fo!!owtn( times and
luces: fiaat (. ape Ulrardeaa, l ueidny, Uct. 21. at
p. m.; .i.cCI re's hr.hool house, Tuesday. Oct.
21, at 7 p. m.;Thchea, Monday, O-.t. at I p. m ;
unve iirasrn, vtenneadav, uci. n, at 7 p. m.;
Commercial Point, Tburaday, Oct. HI, all p.m.
Hon. WM. HAKTZBLL:
I'lnc.knevvllle. Mondsr. Oct. 27. at 7 n. m.;
Tamaroa, Tueaday. Oct! 38. at 7 p. m : Marion,
Wedn-sday, Oct. !i9, 1 p. ra.; Cobden, Thursday,
I Oci. K 1 n m Anna. Kridav. (Jrt at. 7 n. rn
Cairo, raturday, Nov, 1,7 p. m.
To the ptrtisun duclaratioa of the Cm-
ciaaati Commerciul Gnzctte Hint "the busi
ness revival will commence if Blaine and
LDgan shall be electe ," the New Yoik
Graphic (io-lepcu Jent) roplies the follow
ing: "What's- the mutter with Arthur and
Garfidd and Ilnycs and Grant 1 When at
last tho Blttiue rnen are compelled to con
fess th rt there leully in a business depres
sion tlu-y full bark ou this ridiculous
statement. The conditions of the country
points unmistakably to a coming change
in the government. F.r three years com
merce has b'jen staering under a heavy
load, stocks have het-ii dropping lower and
lower, and business f all kinds has been
depressed. When GarOelJ was elected four
years ago tho country wns in a prosperous
condition and enjoying the tag end of tho
period of prurperity that followed the
panic of 1873; stocks were high, ruilroads
were booming, tho crops were large, and
people were making money and were loth
to change such a state of affitirs for an un
certainty, on tho fiinciple that a bird in
the hand is worth two in the bush. The
merchants, too, camo down handsomely for
tho ctmpaign expenses, and a big fund
was . in the hinds of tho managers to be
used in tho ways thut aro peculiar to poli
tics. Now, a different stuto of affairs ex
ists, and it is remarkably like t'.iat which
saw the election of 1870. Business is de
pressed, stocks aro down, the crops aro
small, railroads aro earning nothing, there
is plenty of money in the banks but no
confidence to put it into anything, and tho
business community is blue aud grumbling.
And this, after twenty years of Republi
can supremacy, is portentous and omi
nous." CUra Ili'lln at Ni!vitnl.
One of tho Knickerbocker cirl whom
I mot and liked i to bo a bndu in Oc
tober. Slio is a philosophic little thin".
1 noticed thut her to-bu husband was
being slowly, gently, but nonu tho lest
surely, let down from tho heights of
shadowy senliinent to the solidities of
human Actuality. Do you follow Hie?
Lei mo illustrato tuy ineuniiig. Shu
waltzed otio nlghl with tlio infatuated
fellow; mid on tenting her at my slilo,
ho whlcpcred rupturoiislys "I really
think you huvo wings on vour heels,
you danced so lighilw" "N'ut a wing,"
slio roplled. "Tho (not is thut I had
No. a shoes on No. U foot, and I felt nH
though 1 weto Htiiiunlng around on my
ankles. But just now my pot corn
stluiis through tho nuuibitesV "Ahl"
sighed tho persistently romantic ehim,
"ttion tho wings extended iuvlsibly
from your shoulders, dour girl'
"Well, It' a info to hot," tho heavenly
orapu responded, "thut If my wings
aro attached to mo thoy aro Homowhero
outsldo of my cornet, for thcro isn't
room for a half a breath lusldo,"
FIRE IN THE HOLD.
A Guioo Steamship En Route Foi
Liverpool On Tiro For
Safe ia Fort, Greatly to the Belief of th
Frightened Passengers The Latost
From the Soudan.
Death of Alexander Sullivan, Ex-Editor ol
the Nation, and Home Ruler Mem
ber of Parliament.
Qt'EESiSTOWN, October 17. The Guioo
Llue steamer Nevada, Captain Brcrnar,
from New York October 7 for Liverpool,
arrived off here at 8:45 this morning
She reportd lire aboard, and great excite
nieut prevails among tho passengers.
ON FIHK SINCE WEDNESDAY,
Noon Instead of proceeding to Liver
pool, the Nevada nas entered this har
bor. Iler cargo has been on Ore since
HELP I'UOM 4SH0KE.
A tender baa been hero and returned to
the steamer with gangs of laborers to
help subdue the fire. It brought no pas
sengers ashore. It is supposed Jtha lire
was caused by fpoatancous combustion
among the cargo.
ALES ANDKK M. SULLIVAN DEAD.
Lo.ndon, October 17. Alexander M.
Sublvan, the well-known Irish leader
and one of the founders of the Home
Rule movement, died at Dub In this morn
lug. Alexander Martin Sullivan was born at
Baotry, County Cork, In 1830. lie suc
ceeded Sir Charles Gavan Duffy la 1855
as editor of the Kation, of which he re
mained editor and proprietor until the
clow of 1S76', when bo was admitted to
the Irish bar. Ia 1877 the Benchers of
the loner Temple extended to him a
"special case" to thuEng lsh Bar, where
upon be removed to London and en
gaged In legal practice. Mr. Sullivan
represented tho Home Rule Interest In
Parliament for the County of Louth from
lb'71 to 18S0. At the time of his deatti
he was chairman of the Executive In the
Irish Permissive Bill Association and
Vice-President of the Dublin Working
men's Club. Iu 16GU he was twice pros
ecuted by the Government on two sepa
rate indictments for sedition, arlslnz out
of the Manchester executions, and, being
convicted, underwent lour montas' im
prisonment in Richmond Jail. Mr.- Sul
livan was married lu 1HGL to the only
surviving daughter of Joha Donavan,
Esq., of New Orleans.
Madrid, October 17. Tho Cabinet
Counsel has decided to postpone the
giving of assistance to the Colonial Treas
ury till the Cortes approves the treaty of
commerce bctweeu America and the
Spanish West Indian. The Spaulsn Gov
ernment has accepted an invitation to
take part in the approaching conference
iu regard to Congo.
SAILORS AS PACK M CLKS.
Wady IIalita, Oclober 17. General
Lo rd Wolselcy ordered the sailors to
carry their boats on their shoulders a
distance of a mile around the great
A REVOLT IN KL MAHDl'S ARMY.
Cairo, October 17. Information ha
just been received by the Government
from a reliable source to the effect that
El Mahdl who, with a largo forco Is
marching on Khartoum to aid the rebels
in that vicinity to capture the p ace, had
arrived within six days of Kbarturn
when he was compelled ou account of a
revolt of several tribes with him, to re
turn in the direction of El Ooeld.
THE FATE OF COLONEL STEWART.
Cairo, October 17. The Mudlrof Dm
gola reiterates the report of tho murder
of Colonel Stewart by Arabs. Sir Chas.
Wilson, who is at Dongola, telegraphs
that he Is usable to obtnu any news con
firmatory of tho report,
Paris, October 17. Paul Lacrolx, tho
novelist and antiquary, is dead.
Paul Lacrolx was born in Paris, Feb
ruary 27, 160C. Under tho nom do p umo
of "Bibliophile Jacob" he wrote dramas,
novels and antiquarian works whlcii
derive much of their Interest from the
details of book know edgt on which the
are founded. He was decorated with
t)io Legion of Honor lu 18115, ' and
promoted to Grand Odlcer lu 18U0.
Amouu M. Lecrolx's numerous works
are 'Arts of tho Middle A'os" aud
"Science und Llteraturo la the Middle
Ages and at tho Period of the Itenals
sauce," et ul.
Munich, October 17. Tho Munich A'c
gtmcine Zeitun'j states that tho English
Government has assured l'rlncc Bismarck
that It is not opposed to Germany's Colo
Sr. rETi'.itsnuRO, October 17. Tho po
lico at Riga h ivo discovered a quantity
of subversive proclamations In tho Rus
sian langunge on board tho steamer Kel
so, from Hull. The ship's carpenter, who
absconded. Is supposed to huvo been re
sponsible for them.
Rome, October 17. During the past
twenty-four hours thero wcro sixty-six
fresh cases of cholera,' and twnty-sven
deaths at Naples) and seven fresh casos
and three deaths In Genoa.
W. II. Oaulkloa Dona Up.
Indunapour, Im, October 11, Pri
vate telegrams from LtriayttU anmmnco
that the Hon. W. II. CaulWni, Republi
can candidate for Governor, Is very seri
ously 111, and that all bis campaign ap
pointments for the text ten days haVo
been canceled by the Conmlttte. The
joint di bains agrood npon tatwecit him
and Colontil Gray havo baoa declared of).
Mr. Calkin' friends are aiprcbunstf
that ho will be nnablo Co make any more
PMctos daring lbs oamptt'sa. He U
uflerwis from nnrvoos nrwartratlotj m$
iv um oea, I 1 i
A State Bun ato Billed In a 8 treet $lgb.
Nashville, Tenn., October 17. State
Senator J. R. Swafforwas shot and killed
In a street fight with Monroe Hudson,
jailer at Sparta, Tenn., this morning.
Maud S. Goea to Kentucky.
Hartford, Ky., October 17. Maud S.
was yesterday started for Lexington, Ken
tucky, In charge of Mr. Balr. With this
warmer climate it is thought she cau yet
lower her record this season,
' Another Shut-Down.
WooNsocirar, R I., October 17. Tho
cotton factory' of Wyman & Chase, em
ploying from 800 to 100 operatives, will
shut down to-morrow night. It Is not
known when It will start up again,
Wbtaky Sid It.
Stratford, Vt., October 17. Wra.
McMaster, a farraor whose drinking hab
its dl-blpated his fortune, being duuned
by t creditor yesterday, went out to his
barn aud hanged hlmsalf.
WocUib Kills) Burned.
Ann Aitiion, Mich., October 17. Barn
well French's woolen mill at Foster Sta
tion, near here, burned this morning, to
gether with twelve thousand pounds of
wooL The mill had stx months' orders
ahead. Los, 144,000; insurance un
known. The "We', fall urea.
New York, October 17. The failures
for the laet seven days, reported by R. G.
Dun & Co., number, for the United States
and Territories, 10!; for Canada, 2C, a
total of 218, as against 220 loat week.
Failures were numerons in Texas and
the South generally ; ftUto in the Pox I tie
States, but rather below the average In
the other scvtlous or the country.
Carrying the War Iato Canada,
ScRAJiTON, Pa., October 17. The
Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company
has just concluded a contract with the
Canada Pacific Railroad fr ten thousand
tons of sheet rails, to be delivered la
Canada at 928 50 per ton. This is be
lieved to be the first contract for steel
rails made by American interests as
against the English steel rails delivered
An Incendiary Fire.
Montague, Mich., October 17. An
Incendiary lire last night des'royed Rip
ley's Opera-house block, causing a loss of
970,000; L. S. Ripley, druggist, loses
830,000; Burroughs & Jones, grocers,
$20,000; Morse & Bel1, 812,000. The
Lumberman newspaper oIDce, Post-office,
Express olllce and a dozen other places
were either burned or badly damaged.
Tho heaviest losers are insured from one
half to two-thirds.
Grain and Provisions-
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 18
Cotton Steady; muldlniK. 9! JI01 j.
Fuolti Steady ; to uuoiuu, az.tO 1-1.30,
WHkAT Higheri No. t Red, 77 4 V 7 He;
No. 3 Kcd. fl7i '9ftSO.
Coiln Lower; No. 2 mixed. 4aiS!oi
No. Vbito mixed, fi6c.
Oats lower: No. 3. 2SVGI'-53'e.
Kte DuUNo. a. 6lo.
Tobacco Firm; luga; common to choice
IA.UUtfUJ.UU; loaf; common red leaf, ITAjJ
lu.uu. me'liutn to ROxl t'J.OJvfcn.OO.
HAr-Pnurw y.'jo;ilii.(W tor prime to choloe
new: clover mixed. t7.UOtflO.UO tor common to
prime: prime new timothy, HU.OOjilLOJ; tun
UtJTTBH Steady; choiceto tancy creamery
Sowwo: dairy, caolce to tuoey, to; low
Eoos Firm; fresh stock, HJHSc por
Potato as Weak ; common to fair, Zi&S&o;
choice to funcy.jiKi4.tk:.
Pouk Stoaily; nowutcss. fJ4.SlslS.T5.
Lard Quint; prime aioara, 7Sii?7c.
Uacost Lonirs, Ihtfll'so: shorts, HS'ii
11 c; erear ribs, 11 c, all packed.
Wool Tub-washod. choica, iio: fair,
27c; dlnjfy and low s5c. Unwashed Choica
mod rum, UOV-lc; (rood average me
dium lrvilto: suioolod UVht fine 17.fi PW; irml
average, ltkJITo; heAvy lldtlric; oombiav. 4
oio'id, aj&il'VJ: comtilnir. low rrailits. Pi AITij.
lium Hltrher aud tirin; dry Hint, is 41;
damitired, Wic; bulls or BiKB-fliiit loo,
saltud, Uc; frluo stock, .'a;. Green salt)!, 'Mr,
damaKud, To; veal calf skins, 114c; birtls or
stairs, 60; trroen uneurvd, 74THc; uaniagei,
siiBKP Fews Waak; nrwn, sViSio; dry
do, ib lA'ic., as to amonntaud quality o wouij
green sbearllnifs, IfsuVldc.
Wheat Ixjwnr; No. 2 Kd, Ootobr-r, n;
Novembor, HHu; I;ce.nb !r, hh;hc; January,
iwc; February, UO'v; May, SCse.
Cokst Lower: Octobor, .Uitc; Noveintior,
5-(Hu; Ufoember, 6IHc; Junuary, 4c.
Uats Ixwerj October, SI o; November,
iilfcc; Deeembcr, Uc.
WllKAT Jfiwor; October, 73 So; Novom
tier, 7Stei Dccetntier, 78;af; January,
77Ho: May, Wic.
C'okn 1iwer; OctolKir, 51!ko; November.
4'iHo; LHiet'inlMir, 4UHo; yeur, 4u40; January,
w; May. awic
Oats lx)werj Octotior, 25Vi; 4'ovembnr,
Stc; Uocumbur, SSOVao; year, Ui'ic; May,
Fokk Fteady; Ontober, llfl.OO; year,
lll.W; January, (12.0a.
liAiio Wi-ukor; Oi-Uilior, 17.25; November,
7.IU; January, IT.lfi; February, 7.K2 4.
Shout Kims Uotobor, t'J.oj; Novetuber,
(7.U5; January, J' -"-
Liva moe'i Markoli.
Hois Roenlpts, 30,WO; prlor-H 10! Inwor;
light, tt.fiOKAo; rotlkh puckiiiir, HMHM!;
boavy iHtckliik and shipping, t.'i.tOjj.iu.
CATTI.B Kwolpts, 7,fii; natives wenk;
vnoil Westfriia a shado hiirhcr; cxiHirw,
tl.ra)VA7.(W; KO'xi ,(' cbolon, J."i.l)ii.,'i0i com
mon U) fair, i4.WJW.40i Toxiuis, M.4irvt4.iw.
SmcKl1 lU'oelptu, 1OU; SIiTa-; eonimoti to
CATTiiK Market ijulot; Kod iriadi'S In do
inaml. riliBKI' Kalrdoinand: o itnmon to fair .1.V
JI.ICI; K'H)I to choice, 4rA4.;tt; Wtwtnrii
hmibs, t;utVH60i (Mnada Iambi. ,7ryiA4.J.
Ilixw Market atiuuty and fair domaud;
goo l to choice Yorkcra, th.W4SM lltfbl do
a.Iika5.!; Jrood medium, f. 40.56; pigs,
UMilM all Hold.
kakhas vi tr
Catti.k fU'colnts, 8,200; weak 5 to lOo
lowor for gia Texas; vxporia, WMi'lfiM;
am ul to clioiou Khliipliiir, t-Wxtnw, coin
item to medium, tVi.iiuM.4.i; cows, IX.Wrt
5. W; fopdors, .l.7M(4.iAi arrnHS Texan stoma,
,,(! It M'oipla, 4,41X1; firmer and lOn
blu-nor; lou of J1010 ifiWIbe. avorairo, at.ot
6, uri; mainly, It.'teLHO.
hiiKKi -It' ui iptH, AAs nuiot and unoliamrod
Komyiind Ltoo Mrkit.
Nf.w Yoiik, (hilnbiir 17. Monoy 3 por cent.
Kcliiitig" dull, OovoinrtM'ois Ann; tmrren
oy.n a, l bid; 4's, ooupun, 130 hid: 4 V,
do , tVi hid. Thcstouk market wa rrrr-iu-lar
and fovcrth at tho flis. cull. A irenoral
tnovomunt began undor wha-h prlci n b
aiimo weak, Tim Vandcrhllw and irans
ars led the trosnward movouumt, At the
Minn of wriiJug trw wholo market la W to
1 m,r ftmU ltw. The mirln wunan of wmtk
hnai In apoculaiion la tint outtlti of raioS
pTthe VwstSiwirtt, wilnh la vlowad on Uaa
(frawt Mtbn But ataytoward ufpthtni ho
A POSITIVE CURE.
For Every norm of Skin and Blood
Disease, from Pimples to Srrofula.
I have had Psorlaai,? for nlue months. About
Ave months ago I applied to doctor near IS 'Sinn,
who helped me, hut unfortunately I bad to leave,
but continued tuklnir bis medicine for nesrly
three months, but the disease did not 1esv:. I
saw Air. Carpeuter's letter In the Philadelphia
Record, and bis case perf'-ctly described mine I
tried the Cutlcura IteiouUiea. uhIhk two bottles
Resolvent, snd Cutlcura and Cutltnra Soap tu
proportion, and call myself c mpletely . tiro .
xv . , a xt t L "VltNAhD.
ECZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
Cured. Not a Sign of its Rcnppparance.
Your Cutlcura has dono a wonderful euro for
me more than two years an. Nut a nn .if its re
appearai ce since. It cured me of a vcrr bad
Eczema whleh hail trout) ed to e for more than
twenty years. 1 rhill always speak well of Cutl
cura. Isell a great deal oflt.
r, u, FitANKC.BWAN.Drr.tfglst. -Haverhill,
BEST FOK ANYTHING.
Having uae.i jour Cutlcttra remedies for . tiihteen
months for Teller, and Orally cmed It, I am
anxious to )!nt it to sell it 011 coTiimlrsiou. 1 esn
lecommemt it bejocd any remeules 1 hae wer
uaed fur TelU-r. Burns. Cms, etc. In fuct, ii Is the
best uiedle ne I tave ever tried for snvtlilnir.
I had a doaon ba.l sores uion my bodv, at d trli d
all remedies I rould bear of, and at lat tried your
Cutlcura lterucdles and they have rnreil run.
Iiebrcu, Thayer County, Feun.
Everv aperies of Itching. 8' aly. Pimply, frroln
Ions, Inherlt'd and Contaelons Hum rs, with
Loss of Hair, cured by Cuticura K solvent the
new Blood 1'urifler Internally, snd Cntirura and
Cutlcura Soap the (?r'at kin Cures eiti-rna ly .
Sold everywhere. Price. CttlictiM, i cents;
Soap, K cents; Ktaolvent.fi,
Fotter lirui; Mid Cuemical Co , liuston.
TtV.ATTTV F"r ChsPM Hl'd o.iv sum,
AJlivu-A cuucira tosp.
SNEEZE ! SNEEZE !
SNKKZE. until yonr
(end seems ri ady lo fly
oil : until your noae and
ees d'KCh'a'ce excessive
(I'intititle of thlu. lrrita
tltit', watery tl mi r until
otir bend ache, mouth
tndthront pn'Cli.'d. and
Mood at fiver hst. This
IsftiiARitu Catarrh, and
ia it.stantly relieved by
a single done, aud per-insni-tit
y cur d by one
I ottld of Sauford'a Rad
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Complete Treatment with Inhaler SI.
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fur Sunford's had'rul Cure.
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Med. Times "The best we have found In a life
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