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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3,1874.
rtarf the Clip-amd Contr
JOHN H. OBERLY, Editor and I'ubllsbei
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AN UGLY COMPLICATION.
(From the Cincinnati 'Commercial.)
Waihihoton, December 20. Appear
aacet indicate that Senator! Sutnner and
Schurt will unite with the Democratic
Heaatort in critlclilng unsparingly tho
conduct of the Admlniitratlon In ttie Vir-
a-lniut affair, Mr. Scburz it said to bo of
the opinion that the Admlniitratlon will
And it difficult to Justify tha tomewhat
precipitate meaauret which it adopted, ei
peciaily when it coatldered that we wro
not satisfied that J uui oren a
prima facie cee, if our authorities wore
aot really satisfied that they had do case
at all. lie it inclined to characterize as
an' element of treaknest tho yielding
to popular clamor on the part of the
President and his adrittn. Tho intetti
gation into tha character of the Virglnius
tbould have preceded any demand ou tho
part of our Government, that auch do
mandt might be made in good faith, and
with an appreciation of all they involved'
Secretary Fitb. he thlnki, ii entitled to
great credit in resitting the pressure
brought to boar upon htm by tho Presi
dent and the other members of the Cabi
net, who all showed an inclination to ruth
into combat without first ascertaining
whether such a course would bo advisablu
The grounds upon which Senator Sum
ner will question tho wisdom of tho Ad
ministration in this affair are said to bo,
in the main, similar to thoso given above.
Tha recklessness with which tho public
fundi have been expended to prepare for
a war which would have the tIVct to very
much weaken, if not overthrow, a slitor
republio struggling for existence, without
having good reason to believe that a war
woald be necessary to settle the disputo,
will also, it it believed, recelvo Mr.
Sumner's attention at the first opportu
nity. (St. Loul 'Republican.')
The most eminent legal
counsel In the United States will present
this plea: That the Virglnius, whose
nam was changed from that of tho Vir
gin, ta -violation of the act of May 6,
1864, and which by congressional enact
ment worked forfoiture and prevented her
from receiving a register, was unlawfully
registered by the United States in 180'.',
wits told by the bureau of refugees,
freedmea, and abandoned lands at tho port
of Mobile. Upon this record, which the
goverameat of the United States cannot
deny at a positive violation of its own
t.. k 17l-l-l. I.. - l.l .. In
any United States court, and it is held by
the law officers or the Treasury Dopart
ment that the Virglnius so called has no
legal status as an American reeittored vei
sel. In short, all her pretentions from tha
time the was told at Mobile until her cap
ture by the Tornado wore in uiroct viola
tion of the law of the United Statet, and
fraudulent aa against the tame.
In tha future consideration of tho terras
of the protocol, Spain will allege that she
has a just claim against tho United States
for damages inflicted upon a colony of her
government. This unexpected phaie of
the question and the resignation of Min
ister Sickles, Induced thp president at a
cabinet meeting yesterday to propose as
the ablest representative our government
could, tend to Madrid, Caleb Cuihing,
whote erudition and qualifications for
meeting a delicate diplomatic situation
commanded him for tho arduous service
of the Spanish mission.
5ILSS0N S RECEPTION.
A Hotel but Brilliant Celebration of a
(6L Loula Times,' 2d.) '
On ntxt Thursday night, January Stbi
the connection o( the State of Illinois and
Missouri will be celebrated by meeting
offthe governor!, ex-governor.Jand promi
nent officials of each State. At l)e liar's
Grand Opera Bouse the opera of " Alig
non" will be performed, twilh Mrs. Nil
won In the leading role, aud Governors
Hendricks, of Indiana; Uevorldge, of
Illinois, and Woodson, of Missouri ; and
ex-Governor John M. Palmer, of Illinois,
with their ladles and friends, will grace
the theater for the occasion. The theater
will be decorated In a manner befitting the
ranks of the guestt it will have within its
walls, and every possible arrangement
will be mado for the pleasure and comfort
of the erewd expected to assemble.
4tjhe conclusion of the opera a grand
caption will be given at tha La-
AriOKNLjri;l-vmany other notables of
"'tsourl, of all po-
OAIK0, II,LIN'iclPtet ""U
' fcnt of the
Omce over Flrt NatlflltfawTll bo a ban-..-yiovifled
la Captain Malin's best
style eat that it a guarantee it will be
something yet unequalled in St. Louis.
The idea ef celebrating the bridge connec
tion with a reeeptlen to the prima donna
of the Italian opera Is something novel,
but it may be taken as an omen of the
harmonv and united interests of tho Kait
and Watt, through theeompletlon of the
connecting link across the JiHiiiuppi.
A. FXTITION FOB A NEW
A petition bu been prosented to tbo
Beate of Representatives which the
tlgaert will, at all events, succeed In keep
lag oat of the musty pigeon-holes of the
eoosmittee. It It from tfty citizens of the
city of Buffalo. N. Y praying Congrms
that the lath day of February, tba birth
day of Abraham Lincoln, bo declared a
national holiday. The petition is signed
a parchment and framed In black ebony,
with rows of silver start on the Inner bor
der, and It about two fett and a half
square. The frame It encased in a rose
wood lid, highly polished, having for a
bat-reltef a shield of bird's-eye maple,
bearing the following Inscription in in
deateeT letters: "Memorial to Congress
ofamdtUeMef Buffalo, New York."
The oVrerto tide of tie frame, bearing
the elf aituret, U of Russia leather, and
hat the iaterlpUeB, "Congress the Forty
third." It ww preeented U the House
by the Km. Lyman K. Bait. It will
make aa oraenoat for the committee-
room, at all oventi, and nlways provo a
reminder that such a petition Is before
their. "When the petition was presented'
Mr.Bais placed It in front of tho Speak
er's table. "Whon that otlkor's eyo fell
upon it, he saldi "Whoever put that
tabbt there take it away, as it is in gross
vioKtlon of the rules of tho House.'
Reported Expressly for tho Bulletin,
AIiiwabkicic, January i!. A bollor at
Nuunomachor's distillery, on Cmiuelniiiclf
river, near this cltr. exuloded yesterday
afternoon, Tho englueor was fatally
scalded nnd two others slightly scalded.
The damages to tho dlstilldry amount to
Hosto. .lanunry Judca Lovorn
ordered to day that only such books nnd
papers seized in tho enso of Jordan, Marsh
.v t,'o., t rouinuu rjy uio collector oi cus
toms at relato to f muds charged; in com
Ida nt.oxeeDtlnir that booka and pnperot
soized may bo examined to ascertain if
thev relato to tho charces.. At this last
examination tho llrm Involved and tho
government may be ropretentod by coun
sel. 1'rom New York.
Nr.w Tork, January 2. A tli.uiiand
workmen wero dlichargcd from tha navy
Tbo Spanish Iron-clad stenmor Aroplles
lo..w ui or (irn.li co-dny by two tugs.
Sho Doatod out grncefully, nnd tho crew
gavo throe cheors attholr escape from such
a long incarceration. Their jy was
short lived, however, as tho tuus towed
her to tho East Sido nary yard, where she
intended taking her guns on board, when
within about twenty yards ot tho shore
she stuck fast in tbo mud, and thore sho
will most llkoly romaln for some time.
Omaha, January 2. Tho totul ship
montofwhoat from J-'remoat, Ii'ob., dur
ing 1873, was 1,040 cars.
Miss llarnetto wan mvoroly burned yes
terday, her dress caught lira whilo receiv
knucs.su sown AKuitoniiKU.
A German named Hrownor was knocked
down and robbed by three toldiora last
night on tho highway.
- . - - . -
Matamoras, January 2. Qon. Cortina
was installed as mayor to-day, without
disturbance, tbo opposition giving up the
city government to him quiotly.
Last night a light occured in Market
square, growing out of political excite
ment, In which one poraon was killed and
Several prominent perrons, who wero
oppoiod to Cortina, vcrossed over to
Drownsvilio, 'icxas, to-aay, tearing n aii
llculty thero. To-night all Is perfectly
quiet and matters aro regarded as amica
Cmcaco, Janary 2. A 'Tribuuo' special
from Uloomington says that Judge Tip
ton, sitting in chambers, hoard to-day ar
guments of counsel in tho caiu of tho ap
plication of the stockholders of tho Gil
man, Clinton and Spnngnold railroad for
the removal of tho rocsilver. Uenckley,
couniol for tho receiver, mado tho point
that a judge sitting in chambors had no
tlglil to vacaio an order mado in open
ceurt, und in this view Judgo Tipton co
incided. Tho Judgo also said that the
election ot a new board of directors did
not In any way nlfect the status of tho case.
As tho Morgan Improvement Company)
whoso stock is tho whole cauio of conten
tion, has powor to olect such directors its
they choose, it is fair to presume that the
new board represents this company.
"Wahiiikoton, January 2. No oillclal
information has been received conllrma
tory of the report from Madrid respecting
indemnity to bo demanded by the Spanish
Government in thocaseof tho Virglnius,
nor is It probablo that nny such claim will
be preiuntod. If at any future tiuio n
bill of damages should bo proionled, pay
ment would, thore Is good grounds for
stating, be refuiod on the principle estab
lished by tho Genova tribunal on tho dis
allowment of Indirect or consequential
damages. The preparation of tho Vir
glnius correspondence will be completed
to-morrow and may be sent to Congress
noxt day. It is reported to bo volu
An appropriation by Congress of nearly
two million dollars in gold will bo re
quired in satisfaction of claims allowed by
the late United States and UritUh Com
miition. The United States steamer Franklin,
reported lost, has nrrlved At Koy West.
" Tho romains of Gen, Sweet left hero
o-night for Chicago.
PiTiBUuno, January 2. River rising
slowly, with 4 feet 0 iuchei.
Nuw Obi.eins, January 2. Arrived
0. 11. Church, Cincinnati; Kate Kinney
and Maude, Memphii. Weather clear and
NlUlvllfB, January 1. Klvor rislne
with & feet 8 inchos on tho ahualo. It lias
been raining during the past 21 hours and
is very warm.
Evaksville, January 2. - Wcathor
forcv. with licht rain all nluht. Mercury
40 to ii. Klvor has fallen one foot. I'ort
List Down Marv Houston, 0 a.m.; Kay
otte, noon; Toroi:ar, 2 p.m.; Mary
Anient and Charmer, 3:30 p.m. Vp
Goo. Roberts, 19:50 a.m.; Oakland ana
barges, 11 ; CJuiokstep, 1 p.m.; Red Cloud,
7: cenorallv with cood trip. Huilueis
St. Locia. January a. Arrived Hollo
Memnhla. UemDhis; 1-turi Davis, Cln
cinnatl; John F, Tollo, Nuw Orleans;
Julia, Vloktburg. Departed Colossal,
Keokuk; Halfast, Vicksburc; Lewi.
Memphis. River is falling slowly. Nu
Ice running. Weather mild and vorjr
foggy; indications of rain. The stoumer
Commonwealth was sold to-day for U8,.
600; John '. Oily, was the purchaser.
Memi'HIi, January 2. Flour stoady at
6 O0jj0 75. Corn tnoal lowor ; 3 21
S 30. Corn scarce and firm at 80. Oats
quiet and weak at 52(73. Hay Inferior
scarce; good llrm nt 18 00021 00. llran
firm at 18 00. Hulk meats stead v; shoul
ders (ii; clear sides 73081. Lard firm at
710. - -
Uimcinkai I, January 2. Flour in good
demand at full prices. Wheat In good
demand nt full prices; 1 401 52. Corn
in active demand at advancedprices ; 57
C0. Bye Arm at 7Q5. Oats quiet at
43t9. Barley in active domana at art
ranctd pricei ; I 4&1 CO, Llrieed Oil
93. Petroleum dull bul unchtigid Eggs
dulland prices drooping ; 232f. rButter
ana chickens stotay. rorn urmiy um v
15 60. Lard quiet; steam 88 kettle
til Hulk meats qulot and Arm j shouldors
01 ; clear rib "I ; clear 7i. Bacon Arm j
shouldors 7 ; clear rib SJ j clear 8. Hogs
llrm; range from 0 40 to 6 B0; sales C4&;
receipts 6,U10j shipments 2,023. Green
meats nothtng doing ; sales of hams at
8J for lCJlb average. Whisky 04.
St. Louis, January 2. Flour steady
and firm. Wheat, spring stoady, No 2,
1 21(5)1 22; fall dull and unchanged; No 3
red 1 401 42; 5o 2, 1 31 66. Corn
dull and unsettled, No 2 mixed offered at
CCc cash, 54o bid. Oats steady, No 2 mixed
42c. liarley very quiet, ltyo inactive
and lower, No 2, 80$t)2c. Pork quiet tnd
firm, 14 &016 00. 7)ry 'salt meat stiff,
held higher; loote shoulders 6J(3CiJc; clear
sides 7j8e; packed lots 8c; bacon nom
inally firm; shoulders 7c; clear rib 8)c;
clear 8Jc. Lard firm, prime steam Sjc.
WbIkoy stoady 7Sc. Hogs llrm 4 90$-
r 37): Dickers paying 5 iw.iVi 2t: re
ceipts 4$. Cattle quiet and anckangeJ
good choice native 4 265 (0, Texan and
Indian 3 003 60.
New Orlkaxs. January 2. Flour firm
good local demand; tho scarcity of freight
room chscks tho forolgn demand; XXX
7 007 SO; family 8 GOOM'J OB. uorn,
L-ood sunnlv and in demand: white mixed
7lQ72c; yollow 73o. Oats firmer at 67
88o. iSran dull 87 Je. May, good supply
and- In fair demand, prime 23 00; choice
z uu. i'oric emu ai u to. urj sai
meals dsn QM&ii&amvjiC. iiacon, tto:k
smsll and qulot 80C. Hams quiet, olj
Hoyjc; new, jouuing iciyjuc. iaru quit
tlorco 8)81c; keg OJo. Sugar fair d
mand, inforior 44c; common ftJci
fair to fullv fair GlfSiJc ; prime to cholc
8c. Molasses In good demadd and
firmer, lair &"(10o; prirno C366c;
strictly prima to choice C5G8o. Whis
key quiet, Louisiana 08c; choice Cincin
nati 1 02. Cofieo 21'i0c. Corn meal
quiet 3 25.
CutCAao, January 2. Flour steady,
extra spring 5 60(5)5 75. Wheat dull and
unnottled, lowor, No 1 spring 1 20; No 2
1 17) spot or January; 1 20 bid February,
No 3 1 141 I I. Corn, opened Mrm,
sloned dull and lower, No 2 63j53jc
spot or seller January; 64c seller Feb.,
new No 2, 49c. Rye qulot and weak.
narloy,No 2 nominal, No 3 steady 111
(jTU 13. Fork demand fair and prices ai
vanced, U 35 January; 14 85 February;
16 25 March. Lard steady 8o spot, Sjc
February Oo March. Hulk meats dooiand
fair and pricos advanced; shoulders 5c;
short rib 7J; short clear 7c all loose, spot
sales, short rib February 8c; loose creen
maets dorrand fair and prices and ad
vanced, shouldors Sc; short rib 7c; hams
demand active and pricos advanced, 8c
for 10 lb average. Whiskey 03c.
.NEW YORK STOxlli,
WHOLE3ALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOXST VABIETT STOOS IM TUB OtTT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Dornrr of !netxntl trt nd Com
it. O. I'ATIKH
I'E T E K OU H Ji,
PL OUR MERCHANT
- AND -
So. 811 OlllO X.KTEK,
3-20 tf. CAIKO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(.Successor to D. llurd A Son.)
I'l.Ol'K.UItAIN A.NII HAT.
No 03 Ohio Levoo, CAIKO, ILIA
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE A BRO.
(joncrnl Uomiuieaion Mcroliani
l;ia OHIO LltVKK
ITORWARDlNfi and UOMMI8SION
M K (I II A N TN,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Aal IgKKIt ct
OHIO UIVXR AND KANAWHA
J A T..W O O IwT 2?. A.XTIJHa .
70 O.fio Li:vrb,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
(J A t Hit. 1LLIKOU,
C'cr. Coraacrclol Av. stntt 19lb fit;
t'eXHlMIM MjEKCH ANM.
U. A.Thoa "" -v. ' UrU. ThO ml
THOHB 4 RROTHXlt,
Sajfetioartto U. M.Hulen,
AMD DIAUmt IB
taiila smi Fassay Clraeerlea,
Pertlga and Domtitto
184 Coamsrclal Avenue,
, CAIRO, . ILLINOIS.
MILLKK k PARKKR,
UKALKRB IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AUK NTS fob FAIKBANK'3 BOA LBS
Ohia Leree, CA1BO. iLUNOia.
U. 1). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
No. 76 Ohio Levee,
ft5TSDecla attention riven
menu uad fllUuif order.
Aeents American Powder. Company
No. S7 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
7. 1. MATIIUPS.
MATUUS3 &, MIL
IIAY AND "WK8TRN PKODUOE
OHIO LEV SB.
JOHN B. PHLLIB k
(Buoatssor to Jabs H. Phlllts,)
DuALKRS IN HAT, CORN, OATB,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
AO B NTS FOR LA FUN AND BAND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer la
l.iui, Obuimt, Flabtib, Hair, Xtc.
Mo Uatlo Leveo,
tari will tell in car load lots at
turer' prices, adding trelfht.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
prepared to forward all kinds of freights
u) au poiau.
lliulntss attended to oromptly.
N. M. Tnistlewoed. 1. J. ThisUwoed
THISTLEWOOD k CO.,
COUHI88IOV Mil OKAltTB
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
Mo. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
Cairo, . Illinois.
1 M. BTO0KFLKTH,
t-OMEIBN ANU UOMEtt I
LIQUORS AND WINES
"o. 62 ovto LEVir,
K. J. ATna
AYKB8 ft CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 I(Tga,OaioOAno, iLtt.
Grand Gift Concert
for the liencllt of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVER A MILLION IN BANK.
Success Assured !
A FULL PIIAWINU CEItTAIN
ON TUESDAY,3lst of MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet the general wish and
expectation of the public and ticket hold
ers for the full navment of the mamiuvont
Kilts, announced for the Fourth (Irand CI I ft
Concert of the Public Library of Kentucky,
die management nave uetermineu to, post
pone the Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, the 31st of March 1874.
They havo already realized
OVER A MILLION DOLLARS
And have a great many agents yet to hear
No doubt is entertained of the nalo ot
every ticket before the urawlUK. fiiil
whether all aro sold or not the drawluR will
positively and unequivocally tako place ou
the day now fixed, and II any remain un
told Uiey will be cancelled and the prlrea
will be reduced in proportion to the unsold
Only O,00O tickets havo been Issued, nnd
13,000 CASH GKEJFTS.
will bo distributed among (he ticket hold
er. The tickets are printed in coupons of
tenths, and all fractional parts will be repre
sented In the drawing jl.it as whole tickets
tiT or qifts.
One Grand Cah (ilft
One Oram! Cash lillt
One (Irand Oath Gift
One Grand Caxh Gift
One Grand Cash Gift
. UK) 000
. 60 000
. 'ib 000
,. 17 BOO
. 100 000
. 1M) 000
. 40 000
10 Cash Gtris f 10,000 each
30 Cash GKta 0,000 each.
80 Cash Gifts
100 Cash Gifts
1M (Jah Gins
I'M Uasll Gifts
.T'.r. Cah Gills
1 000 each
60 each .
. 40 000
, . 4.') 000
. 00 000
, . 32 600
. AW 000
11,000 Cash Gltta
Total. 13.000 Gifts all Cah. amount-
! IO V' "AI OIIU
Tbo chances for a (Jill are at one to live.
rmcK or tickktu.
Whole tickets M 00
Halves 25 00
Tenths, or aeh eounen & 00
11 Whole ticket for - BOO 05
Mi Tickets for 1,000 00
11.1 Whole tickets for - - fc.OOC 00
ill Whole ticket for - 10,000 00
no discount on less man touu worm oi
Tho Fourth Gift concert will be conducted
lu all repecU. like the threo that have at
ready been elven, and full particulars may
be learned from circular which will be sant
free from this ofllce to all who apply for
Orders for tickets and applications for
agencies will be attended to in the order
tney are received, ana it is noped they will
be tent in promptly, that there may be no
dlsapolntment ordelav in Ulllnsr all. Lib
eral terms are given to those who buy to sell
Kiu. au ageou arc prempionauy re
quired fo settle un their account and e
turn all unsold tickets by the 20th day of
Mareh. THOS. K. UKAMLKTTK,
Aire nt Public Library. Ky., and Manacor of
Gift Concert. Public Library bulldmir.
The 8RORTE8T ROUTE to FORTUNE
$100,000 for only 82.50.
TDK La HO EST RETURN KOu
'CHE SMALLEST INV ASTME3iT.
WILL HE TIELD A'l
LEAVENWORTH KAI SAS,
Qooembor QXavt. 1Q70,
FOR TUESBENEFn OKA
JUVENILE REFORM SCHOOL.
$4 50.0 O O
Principal Prize $100,000,
consisting of the tupero palatial residence
Blmoa Abeles, Kq.,unurpussed as a private
dwelling in the United States, being only a
few blocks from the Court House, surround
ed by magnificent grounds, orchards, gar
dent and vineyards. The building hat been
only recontly completed with all the mod
13 Prizes, Real Estate, $113,000
1 Cash l'nze, - - 1U.O0O
2 " S10.000 Ilti, 5,7000
4 " " 5,0 00 10,000
4 " " 2,500 " 15,000
20 " 1,000 " 59,000
50 " " 500 ' 20,100
100 " " 200 " 20,000
200 " 100 " 2,0000
300 " " 50 ' 0,0000
C98 " " 20 ' 22,000
1000 " " 10 11
1158 " " 6 "
30,450 " " 2.50 01,12i
The title to the above real estate is t.ar-
The liberal terms of this scheme bring it
witiiiuiiivreacaoi ail the greatest oppor
tunity ever oflercd for the poor man to rise
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Single Tickets, $2.60 ; Eleven TickeU
20.00j Fifty-six Tickets, $126.00; Ono
Hundred and FifteenLiekets, $260.00.
The drawing will be made under the su
perintendence of a committee appointed by
the highest official in the Htate. duly awarn
lo tne laiuuui pennmance oi we uuutt as
The highest officii, s both of City, County
anu Bute nave uot enir enuorseu nr.
Almles.hut also his schema-
The demand for ticket It unparalleled,
and all ileiiriBir to DarticlDate in the draw
ing should at once form their clubs and send
in inoir oruers. . .
AdENTH WANTED in all States. Cities.
and Towns tn the United Statet and Cana
da'. acrMonev should be tent br lteelitered
Letter, I. O, Order or express, with thefull
address of the purchaser tn plain writing,
Kverr naekara af 11 tleket has A ehanee
to win 11 prizes, but positively certain to
win one, while one person out or every.ten
who purchase a pacta r of 11 it bound to
win twn nrlvna.
For further information and particulars
tend for ctreuiar to tho iiauager anu no
prleter, und address
' SIMON ABELEH.
Leavenw orth Kant
OAIHO AND PADUCAH
T o eyleatld Hmsiii
Diox Vowuu, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Bundsy excepted) at
t p.m Fortxtlght or pstsage apply on boat
sr to mALtoHT, Art
AND ITS CURK.
Victims of this awful disease are found In
In every Balghborhood, in almost every
t or tham and for thulr frlands. wi have
tldloKs at good cheer and hone the an
nouncement of a most Important discovery,
firmly bated upou common sense and rea
son, oy wmcn we ternoie maiauy it posi
lively controlled, and it victims are peruis
ueuuy.resioreii 10 neaiiu.
CARBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
1 not irt or emrtlrlnal nnatnin. I. I-
happy combination ( two reBmiiiaVawn
to physicians everywhere as the best meant
oi cuuiuaiing consumpion. i uu combina
tion Is Mr. Wlllson's discovery and Is
ioudqcu upon me iouowins;
SOUND REASONING :
Consumption is decay. Soothing, expect
orant remedies are onlr useful as PalllaUvea.
they do not reach the cause they do not stop
me uecay. audio inemcinea sircngmen me
llft lorces and tirolomr the battle, but ih
decay goes steadily on. and-sooner or later
the victim must yield. Climtticchanges are
sometimes iroou. but thev seldom whollv
cure. In short, the first thing to bodone Is
to BTor tuk decay ; then apply the restora
tive, tonic and strength giving treatment
Think a moment. The lungs are decaying
tubercles, ulcerations, cavltlesad depos
itation carries this poison all ovcrthe body.
Wasting, lots of appetite, enervation, night
sweat, and all the terrible symptoms ap
pear; Is It worth while to doctor the tymp
tomr, which are merely the results, while
tho decay, which la the cause, Is estlag up
the life springs?
, Tbese two things are well known by the
1. Catbollo acid positively arrests, decay.
It H the most powerful antUeplic in the
known world. Even dead bodies tie pre-
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It at onco Ktapplea with corruption, and
decay ceases, it purifies the sourcea ol dis
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In rctistlnt: connitiiptlon, it is at once
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CARBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
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We cannot afford space to tell the whole
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Wilson's Carbolated Oil Is scientifically
prepared with the purest carbolic acid, to
combined aa to bo entirely harmless, with
Swket Norwegian Cod Livir Oil
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It is easily taken, tolerated by the weakest
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For every use of cod liver crtl Mr.Wlllson'
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For the safe Internal administration of
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OARBOLATKD COD LIVER OIL
Is a specific and radical cure for
AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES.
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