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CREAM Hs sunt'i hir excellence proven in millions ol tomes for more than :i quarter of a century. It ft used In the I'nited States government.. Kn —sel In- the heads of the Great Universities as Strongest. Purest, ami most Healthful. l)r. rice's Cre-uu Kaking rowdei' iloes not contain nonia. Lime, or Alum. Sold only in Cans. PEICE BAKING POWDER CO. NBW YORK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. IAMESTOWN POPIJLAT IO ft 3,500 CITY NEWS. From Thursday's Daily. H. B. Wood unloaded a car of new fur niture yesterday. Hon. Johnson Nickeus and Capt. S. McGinnis -were in Bismarck Tuesday. L. G. Willis and wife, of New liock ford. were arrivals on tho train from the north today. Gee&e and dnck are again here. Fish ing in the river is also yood. it is the regular thing now for the b^vs to carry homo a string. F. B. Fanchor left this afternoon for Cass and other Red river valley counties, on business connected with the Alliance insnranco company. He expects to es- 1 ablish a number of agencies before re ^trmug. Ex-Gov. Ordway passed through the city this morning. As the train pulled out his manly form coitfd be seen on the rear platform waving a farewell to the friends whom he met during the few min utes the t*ain stopped here. The traveling auditor today examined the accounts of John Hill, the retiring cashier at the Northern Pacific depot here, and finding them all correct the office was turned over to S. R. Graves, who assumed control this afternoon. There was a lively scrap last night be tween a representative of the Semitic and Teutonic races over a game of bil liards. For a couple of rounds the fur flew pretty lively, but the parties were separated by the bystanders before any gore was shed. Each of them said he would lick the other for sixpence. Frank LaWall, the court? stenographer received a telegram this morning inform ing him of the death of his wife's father, Mr. D. O. Preston, the district attorney of Ward county, who died last night. Mr. Preston was formerly a prominent lawyer in Bismarck, and was elected district attorney of Ward oounty last fall, over Chas. E. Gregory. Spring prairie tires have been unusally disastrous this year. In South Dakota the total loss aggregates into the millions, it is claimed. In North Dakota the losses have been numerous enough but nothing like those in the south. Tues day fire is said to have swept over the Spiritwood lake region and it is rumored today that Mr. Grimwood was a very heavy loser. As a Republican reporter was driving over the city yesterday he counted thir ty-seven houses in the course of erection. The architects say they are pressed with work in getting out plans. Aberdeen has passed the time for a season for building—it is going on all the time. Its business men have such confidence in it that they no longer wait to see what the future may develop.—Aberdeen Republi can. New Rockford Transcript: R. E. Wal lace of Jamestown was lately appoint mented Public Examiner by Church. Report now has it that Gov. Mellette is very liable to give the genial "Bob" the run. If the governor should do such an unwise act he would have the whole James River country on his trail, for Wallace is a very popular man in this section of the new state. Yesterday afternoon Justice Alexander was occupied with the trial ofDanOhnmer, who was charged by George Wright of Corinne. with stealing certain property from a shack out there. The prisoner! waived his right of employing counsel and trial by jury, and pleaded guilty, The justice thereupon sentenced bim to I pay a fine of 812 or six days in the coun ty jail, in default of payment. The pris-1 oner will accordingly board at Sheriff Schmitz's hotel for the next few days. Extreme wakefulness, distressing ner vousness. chronic rheumatic pains, sciatica, neuralgia any of the above dis orders are symptoms of advanced kidney or Bright's disease. Prof. Wm. H. Thompson of the University of the city of New York, says: "More adults are ear ried off in thi? country by chronic kidney disease than by any other malady except consumption.* The late Dr. Dio Lewis in speaking of Warners fenfe Cure, said I over his own signature: "If I fovind my self the victim of a serious kidney tron ble, I would use your preparation. F. B. Fancher, who is chairman of the committee appointed several weeks ago to call a convention for the selection of delegates to the constitutional conven tion when the boundaries of this district are annonnoed. has called the committee together for next Tuesday. It will then be known whether or not this iounty is to be a district by itself. Mr. Fancher states that the committee will very likely issue a call for a convention, and desig nate the apportionment. Next month we will have two elections. Tho city will elect four new members of the board of education and then there will be tho constitutional convention election. By reference to the proceed ings of the county commissioners printed in another column it will be seen that the judges of election for the latter have been up twin ted. The proclamation of Gov. Mellette announcing the bounda ries of the districts and ordering tho election will be made public Monday and then tho candidates are expected to dis card their modesty and say what thoy want. Any amount of money loaned on real estate and chattels. Collections and final proofs made. PURCHASE & ROSE. If you are suffering with weak or in flamed eyes, or granulated eyelids, you can be quickly cured by using Dr. J. IL McLean's Strengthening Eye Salve, tip cents a box. For sale by Wonnenberg & Avis. Farm machinery to trade for hay, oats or plowing. W. B. S. THIMBLE. *'i-oni Friday's Daily. C. P. Smith went to LaMoure yester day. Andrew Blevvett went to Sioux Falls this morning. He will be absent several days. Geo. Vreeland returned this morning from his three months' visit in New Jer sey. Oakes Republican: David Walter, who resides east of Oakes, will go to Jamestown and engage in the nursery business. Superintendent McCabe has returned from Quincy 111., to which place he ac companied his sister after attending the funeral of his mother at Watertown Wis. last Sunday. Charley Gray, who claims to be an adept in the science of practical and theoretical farming and forestry, is sup erintending some operations on the trees around the railroad headquarters. Two train loads of machinery bound for Portland passed through the city last night. There were 25 car loads in all. The machinery is valued at $80,000 and at St. Paul and Minneapolis it at tracted considerable attention. Oakes Republican: We are glad to note that Conductor W. A. Hunter, whose home is in this city, is again on his old run between Oakes and Jamestown. Mr. Hunter is a public spirited citizen and his residence property is about the best improved of any in the city. We hope the present arrangemenc will remain per manent. The jug goes to the water until it breaks. That neglected cough may rack you un til it breaks down the entire system and consumption is fastened on to you. A sure cure is found in Warner's Log- Cabin COUGH AND CONSUMPTION REMEDY. Two sizes, Sl.OO and 50 cents. A telegram from Bismarck says that the country between that city and Me noken was swept by a prairie fire yester day afternoon, by which about two hun dred families were rendered homeless. The fire is said to have been about fifteen miles wide. Accounts differ as to the origin of the fire, some claiming that it was started by a spark from an engine, while another report states that a man started a fire to burn around his farm, and let it get away from him. The Carrington News has the following item: A movement is taking place among our Roman-Catholic citizens for the erection of a house of worship in Carring ton. A subscription-list is being circulat ed with good success, and a site has been offered by the Carrington & Casey Land company near the section-house. Ro man-Catholic services have occasionally been held in the section-house during past years, but the time seems to be op portune now for the erection of the church. LaMoure Progress: I. C. Wade and wife of Jamestown, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hall over Sunday. Mr. Wade is proprietor of the Dakota valley herd of Holstein-Friesian cattle, and reports SG,000 cash sales in the last nine months. He is also president of the department of agriculture for North Da kota, which holds its next fair at Grand Forks, in September. He has recently addressed several farmers' institutes held in North Dakota, and promises to meet the farmers of this county and give them some "good pointers'" in the near future. Coughs and colds come uninvited, but you can quickly get rid of these, with a few doses of Dr. J. H. McLean's TarWine Lung Bahn. Sold by Wonnenberg & Avis. Garden and tree seeds at Baldwin & Smith's. Money to loan on farms at lowest rates: 12 cheap horses and mares for sale. LEWIS T. HAMILTON*. 1'iom Satunlav's Daily. Jack Chambers, J. M. Lloyd and L. R. Casey, were in Fargo yesterday. The advent of awnings and sun shades again is another indication that summer is near. On Sunday, April 14th, Rev. B. S. Tay lor will commence a series of revival meetings at Grafton. Bom- -To Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pulver, a bov weight thirteen pounds. Mother and child doing well. Chief of Police Ford has two more men under his charge for breaking seals on Northern Pacific freight cars. Mr. E. P. Wells, Stewart and Florence, went down to Grand Rapids, this morn ing and will spendSunday there. The magic lantern man failed to show up yesterday, and consequently there was no stereopticon exhibition at the rink last night. Alex Levitre, who has been day clerk at R. R. Wise's new hotel at Brainerd for some months past, has returned and will resume his old position as day clerk at the Gladstone. The Sunday school scholars oE the Presbyterian church are preparing to give an Easter entertainment one week from tomorrow night. An interesting program is being arranged. Mr. \V. E. Greene will put in six hundred acres of wheat this year. lie is putting in a good deal of it "on stubble without ploughing, using a Randall har row, and says it does splondid work. Capt. Ingrnham and two friends went out hunting Thursday evening, and shot eleven geese, before their ammunition gave out. Last night they took 100 shells each and a lumber wagon to bring back the game, and did'nt get one. Such is life. Aberdeen News: E. T. Kearney, of Jamestown, father of Agent Kearney of this city, returns to his home this morn ing accompanied by J. Buchanan, of Rio, Wis., his son-in-law. Mrs. Koarnoy and Mrs. Buchanan will remain here visiting uutil they return. Milwaukee Sentinel: In a few years there will be no more destructive prairie fires in Dakota and the erection of better buildings, the growth of timber and the discovery of new coal bods will prevent suffering from blizzards. Then this great region, with its dry atmosphere and rich soil, will become aland of health, comfort and wealth. Who laughs last laughb best. Before yon lost your hair you laughed at your friend's bald head. Now your friend laughs at you. Use Warner's Log Cabin HAIR TONIC and renew your hair, then you can laugh again 81.00—of all druggists. Aberdeen News: A certain young man in the city is in receipt of a communica tion signed "White Caps," warning him to mend his ways or suffer the conse quences of a visit from this so-called or ganization. It says but one more warn ing will be made before he may look for the call. Of course the whole matter is a joke concocted by some of the young man's companions, and he so regards it. Northwestern Passenger Agent, W. H. Dixon and Traveling Passenger Agent D. P. Frisbee of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul railroad, are in the city today. The latter gentlemen is the new travel ing passenger agent for the northwest. Mr. Dixon is known throughout the en tire west as a clever and entertaining gentleman—tho best story teller in the land—and a successful and enterprising railroad man. Judge Rose has a genius for disposing of a large amount of work in a short time, and the business at this term of court is rapidly being cleared up. Yes terday afternoon it was found that they had disposed of all the cases ready for trial, so the jury was dismissed until Monday morning, when the case of Bow man vs. Eppinger is set for trial. There were no sessions of the court today,there being no business ready for disposal. Rev. R. W. Teichman, pastor of the German Evangelical church, is one jf the most energetic and hard working iriiuis ters in the northwest. He has nine regu lar and two occasional preaching appoint ments. These nine he fills every three weeks, visiting three each Sunday. His circuit is unusually large, and takes in Cooperstown and Sanborn. At tho last conference two ministers were assigned to this circuit, but one not appearing the work of two has devolved upon Mr. Teichman, who, howeyer. seems to be do ing it satisfactorily. Hon. D. S. Dodds is in the city today, on his way home from Aberdeen where he has been on farmers alliance business. He will be remembered as having been one of the assemblymen from this dis trict two years ago. He says they will have half a dozen candidates for the constitutional convention from their county. He would like to see the capital left at Bismarck for a year or two, so as not to complicate matters in forming a good state constitution. He thinks that the principal fight will be between Jamestown and Devils Lake. Col. F. B. Ross, the portly and hazel eyed passenger agent who traveled through the northwest live or six years in the interests of the Milwaukee road, is shaking hands with his Jamestown friends today. The colonel is a "winner" in railroad business as in other affairs, and can now write N. W. P. A. after his name. Recently he vrc offered and ac cepted the position of northwestern passenger agent of the Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City road, and he is now mak ing a trip through his old territory in the interests of this company. His road is anew one, but is getting its share of I business- -"it goes everywhere and every body takes it," he says. The "Kansas City" people are enterprising. They have a good road bed, their equipments are of the best, and their time the quick eat. They run a train to Chicago every day, and commencing next Monday, will run two daily to Kansas City. The I "Kansas City" comes pretty near being what Mr. Ross claims—the best line between Chicago, St. Paul, Minne apolis, Des Moines, St. Joseph and Kan sas City. Try it once. The Capital this week announces that it has, or soon will, cease to be a local paper. Tho name will be changed to North Dakota Capital, so that it will fit any town to which the Alliance may or do it removed. When this statement is I considered in connection with the an nouncement in last week's issue, viz.: "The Capital is out of city politics this year," it does appear that the Capital is preparing to cut loose from all the dem ocratio, republican, prohibition and cli vers other affiliations which have at dif ferent times been its moorings, and to assume in good faith the collar of the alliance and serve its master heart, soul and pencil. Perhaps now that he is the official mouth-piece of the allinnce, the metamorphosed editor will, when he gets well settled in the harness, endeavor to explain to the merchants who advertise with him in what manner and to what degree they are benefitted by theAllianoe incorporated company which is establish ing agencies at every cross road and set ting up opposition tq^he regular trade. Constipation followedby fitful diarrhoea, shooting pains in the breasts, drawing down aching pains, burning sensation in the small of the back, scanty, dark-color ed fluids which scald ifa passing, and many deposits—sand, mucus, tube casts, and fluids covered by a greasy soum, any one of the foregoing signifies advanced kidney troubles. Prof. Wm. II. Thomp son, M. D., of the University of the city of New York, says: "Moro adults are carried off in this country by chronic kidney disease than by any other one malady except consumption." Tho late Dr. Dio .Lewie in speaking of Warner's Safe Cure, said over his own signature: "If I found myself the victim of serious kidney trouble I would use your prepara tion." Many people who have noticed the lively interest which the Capital has al ways taken in local affairs, will be sorry to learn that it is about to divest itself of its local character and become "not merely a local paper for Jamestown" or Stutsman county, but a paper for all North Dakota. The demands of Alliance contributors upon its columns, and the length of the "explanations" which its editor expects to find it necessary to write for Loucks, et cetera, seem likely to rob the Capital of all the local charac ter it ever had. As the Capital said yes terday, the name of the paper will be changed to tho Nortli Dakota Capital, "because it is to be not merely a local paper for Jaiaestown, but a North Dak ota paper." The Alert congratulates the Capital, and sincerely hopes that neither hail nor drouth, nor misfortune to the alliance will in any way affect its appar ent future prosperity. Garden and tree seeds at Baldwin & Smith's. Good seed wheat, also ground feed, for sale at J. T. Eager's. There are many accidents and diseases which affect stock and cause serious in convenience and loss to the farmer in his work, which may bo quickly remedied by the use of Dr. J. H. Mclean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Sold by Woanenber^ it Avis. From Monday's Daily. The ladies of the Baptist church are making arrangements to give a maple sugar social. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Jos. lialstead, a girl baby. Congratulations and cigars are in order. Napoleon Homestead: T. J. Fields made a trip to Jamestown the first of the week and brought home with him three horses. Valley City Democrat: Rev. Mr. Ewing of Jamestown, delivered an inter esting, sermon at the Congregational church last Sunday night. A much needed precipitation of mois ture occurred last night and today. The rain was not as heavy as was wished for. The ground is very dry and a soaking rain is needed. Grafton Herald: Anew Catholic bish opric is to be constituted of North Da kota, and Fargo, Jamestown and several other cities that are in the habit of hol lering for everything that comes in sight, are putting forth their claims to be the See city. Dunseith Herald: If Jamestown wants the capital of North Dakota and desires the votes of the northern tier of counties the Northern Pacific from Minnewaukan must be extended to the mountains. No promises will do, it must be the road in reality. The two men arrested on Saturday night for breaking seals on freight cars, were brought before Justice Wells on Saturday and charged with malicious mischief. They reserved their defence and were bound over to the grand juryf Mr. Chas. Mahoney who has been run ning the Commercial Hotel since the New Year, has given up his lease, and S. A. Shain resumes control today. Mr. Mahoney was making a good success of the house, but was obliged to leave, in order to attend to his farm up tho river. His friends in town will be sorry to have him leave. Saturday a writ of mandamus was served upon Auditor McManima to show cause why he should not issue a warrant for a voucher of S7,000 assigned to the First National bank of Canton by Con tractor Pattee of the Yankton insane asylum. It is returnable before Judge Rose at Jamestown on the seventeenth. Judge Carland represents the bank. Jonnny Wold, a young Fargo lad, met his death yesterday at Moorhead in a man ner which should be a warning to some Jamestown boys. He attempted to steal a ride from Fargo to Moorhead on a special. The special did not stop at the Moorhead depot, and tho lad, wishing to get off, jumped, and in so doing sustain ed injuries which caused immediate death. An alarm of fire yesterday afternoon brought a great crowd to the corner of Front street and Seventh avenue where a spark from a passing engine had fired the grass and set fire to the streetcrossing. The city and railroad fire companies were quickly on hand. Connection was made with the city mains but the railroad boys pulled up their water tank and wore the first to get a stream playing on the blaze, which was about extinguished by that time. The Northern Pacific railroad company has sent I. C. Wade two varieties of cele brated Russian wheat which he started for his farm to plant today. The varie ties are named Kubonaka and Sabonyka. The grain is grown near St. Petersberg. The kernels are unusually large and the yield extraordinarily heavy. The North ern Pacific is desirous of finding a new and improved variety of wheat suitable for this region and will experiment with and thoroughly test these 'Russian va rieties. Tribune: A North Dakota politician says he knows of twenty-five candidates for the United States senate. As this is the knowedge of but one maij, and as there are hundreds of politicians in North Dakota who know as much as he does, the number ol candidates known to all the politicians must b© appalling. Then, too, this is early in the fight. If we could organize the candidates into militia companies what a magnificent line they would make on dress parade. Moorhead News: The Northern Pacific road has made another improvement in their passenger train, service. They are now running porters on all through trains in directions between St. Paul and Portland, whose duty it is to look after the comfort of all passengers holding second class tickets. The road has also made arrangements for the furnishing of bedding, mattresses, pillows, etc, at a nominal sum of three dollars, thus mak ing it within the reach of all. This fea ture will be welcomed by tho traveling public. Paints and oils at Baldwin & Smith's. Seed grain of all kinds, and ground feed, for sale at Wanner's farm, near Pin- Macliine oils at Baldwin & Smith's. From Tuesday's Daily. Another light rain today. Ex-Gov. Pierce is in tho city again to day. Otto Bauer Avas doing business-in Oakes yesterday. Alfred Dickey returned this afternoon from Minnewaukan. Moses Folsom came in this afternoon from a trip up the J. & N. country. Attorney W. E. Dodge in Fargo Re publican—The final decisions in nine flowage cases against the Manitoba road, tried last winter before Judges Mills, Baxter and Brown, at Moorhead, and in volving some seventy thousand dollars, were rendered today, all in favor of the company. Mr. S. A. Shain has now resumed con trol of the Commercial hotel and will continue to keep it in the front rank as a stopping place for farmers and railroad men. The hotel has lately been papered and painted and is in first class shape for the accommodation of guests. Mr. Shain will run the barn and hackline in con nection. F. B. Fancher in Fargo Republican— You people of Fargo, it seems, are going to make a great success of the band and firemen's tournament. It is being well advertised, and our people at Jamestown will be here in large numbers. We have throe fire companies and two bands that will be here, and perhaps about 100 of our citizens. Mr. McKendry tells me you will have large purses to be com peted for, and that the governor and other officers will be present. The first number of "The Common School" a monthly journal issued at Grafton is at hand, and contains many bright articles and suggestions which will be useful to teachers. There is an interesting editorial upon the questions relating to schools and teachers which will come before the constitutional con vention, though the editor makes a mis take in speaking of the convention meet ing at Bismarck in June, instead of July 4th. The are some good suggestions for teaching English literature, by President Sprague and an interesting paper on "Teachers qualifications" by the Super intendent of Traill county. The price is 61.00 per year. From VVedencsdar'sDall Mrs. Andrew Blewett is seriously ill with pneumonia. Strawberries are in the local market at fifty cents per box. Seed Wheat for sale. Apply 3t The Fair. Mrs. Frank LaWall of Bismarck, is registered at the Gladstone. The spring showers continue, much to the delight of the farmers. Trustees Russell of Kidder county,and Kennedy of Dickey, are in town to at tend a meeting of the new asylum board. Andrew Blewett and J. W. Sheridan returned this noon from a trip to Sioux Palls. Andy says it is the boss town of Dikota. Judge Sebring of New Rockford, who is likely to be appointed register of the Devils Lake land offioe, was in the city between trains today. Augustin Daly's greatest success, "A Night Off," the brightest comedy of the period, will be presented at the rink next Tuesday evening, April 23d. Judge H. B. Chess of Sykeston, andL. G. Willis of New Rockford, were among the out of town people whose signatures adorned the Gladstone register yester day. Passengers from the north report a heavy fall of rain, lasting all day yester day, and that farmers are well on with their seeding. Mr. Meacham, of Carring ton, has wheat two inches high, already, which was sown this spring. Indica tions are that a larger acreage will be seeded this year than ever before. Aberdeen News: "The Clair Patee Dramatic company, well known in this city, met with quite a serious less at St. Joseph, Mo., last week. The company were playing at a theatre in that city which was consumed by fire. The ward robes of thecompany, amounting to about 87,000, were entirely destroyed. A benefit entertainment was given to the unfortu nate company at another theatre in the city at which a good sum was raised." This the company Fred Berry is with. A Sound Legal Opinion, E. Bainbridge Munday Esq., county attorney, Clay county, Tex., says: "Have used Electric Bitters with most happy results. My brother also was very low with malarial fever and jaundice, but was cured by timely use of this medicine. Am satisfied Electric Bitters saved his life." Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave. Ky., adds a like testimony, saying: He positively believes he would have died, had it not been for Electric Bitters. This great remedy will ward off, as well as cure all mslanal diseases, and for all kidney, liver and stomach disorders stands unequaWl. Price 50c. and $1, at Baldwin & Smith's drugstore. P0WBE1 Absolutely Pure. This Powder never varies. A mnrvel of purit» trength and whslesomeness. Mora economical than the ordinary kinds, and canrot lie Bold la competition wit}i the multitude of low test thort weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold onlv ans.| RCYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 Wall street. N. Y. County Commissioner Perrine and Sheriff Cross of Ellendale, Dickey county, were in the city today and made a short call at The Alert office. They brought a patient to the asylum. Both gentlemen were shown through the institution for the first time and are loud in their prais es of its management. Mr. Perrine said he had visited similar institutions in the east but that the Jamestown asylum was far in the lead, especially in the matter of cleanliness, of anything he had seen, It's "Kip 'em up the Back" Here. it's pedro in the parlor, It's pedro in the shop, It's pedro nights and Sundays, They piny and never stop. It's single, doub®pcdro, Crazy pedro and the Don And now progressive pedro Is played by all the -'ton." —Clipped. A Life Hade Miserable By dyspepsia is scarcely worth the living. A capricious appetite, heartburn, puzzling nerv ous symptoms, increased action of the heart after eating, sinking in the abdomen between meals, and flatulence after, are among the suc cessive indicia of this harrassingcomplaint. Two things only are needful for its removal. A resort to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, and persistence in its use. These remedial meas ures being adopted, a cure is certain. Taken immediately before or after meals, this great stomachic promotes secretion of the gastric juice, the natural solvent ot the food. The nervous and bilious symptoms consequent upon chronic indigestion disappear, as the complaint gradually yields to the corrective and invigorating influence of the Bitters. Appetite returns, sleep becomes more refresh ing, and as a sequence, the body is efficiently nourished, muscular power increases, and the mind grows sanguine. Use the Bitters lor chills and fever, and rheumatism Bids Wanted. Sealed proposals will be received by the board of directors of Lee school town ship for the building of a school house at Pingree, Dak., according to plans and specifications to be found at the post office in said place, up to May 1,1889. All bids must bo accompanied by good and sufficient bonds. The board reserve the right to reject any or all bids. C. M. LOVETT, Clerk. G. M. Smith, Chairman of Board of Directors. Wanted. Five thousand bushels of barley at Phillip Bauers' brewery. Partiea hav ing same for sale will please call with sample and get prices. For Sale. Three thoroughbred Hereford bulls. One large horse, cheap. One mule. Two broadcast seeders. W. A. PHILLIPS, Eight miles north of Eldridge, Dak. DISEASED BLOOD. Humors, Blotches, Sores, Scales, Crusts, and Loss of Hair Cured. Terrible Blood Poison. Suffered nil man could suffer and live. Face and bod j- covered with awful sores. Used HIP Cutkur# Remedies* ten weeks and IN practically cured. A remarkable case. I contracted a terrible blood poisoning a year ago. 1 doctored with two good physicians, nei ther of whom did me any good. I suffered all a man can suffer and live. Hearing of your Cuti cura Itemedies 1 concluded to try them, know ing if they did nie no good they conld make me no worst I have been using them alvont ten weeks, and am most happy to say that I am al most rid of the awful sores that covered my face and body. My face was as bad, if not worse, than that of Miss Boyliton. spoken of in your book, and I would say to anyone in the same condition, (o use Cuticura, and they will surely be cured. You may use thisletter in the interest of sintering humanity. 1C. \V. REYNOLDS, Ashland, Ohio. Covered with It (inning Sores 17 Years. 1 have been troubled with a skin and scalp dis ease for seventeen years. Jly head at times was one running sore, and my body was covered with them as large as a half dollar. 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