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TIIE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot S upior I ptlon.
, run of pobtaoi:
Dally one yir by earner M 13 00
U;lly, one year .y mail., flu 00
Daily, oue month.. MMttMtsMt. 1 00
Weekly, one year .,....... 9 00
Weely.tmenth .. 100
t WCIulu of Ate or mora for Wtekly Bulletin at
one time, per year, $1 60
INVARIABLY IN ADVAVM.
All Communication! itiould be addreiaed to
K. A. BUJftNKTT,
Tiiuhmmy Evening, Feb. 2, 1882.
The snow has almost disappeared again,
leaving in its place, mud, everywhere.
The rivers are at a stand and should com
mence falling iu a day or two when the
(Incline will be rapid.
Tho weather is clear and mild, freezing
at night and thawing la the day.
Tho markets continue without change
and rather quiet, but with the subsidence
of floods south a lively business is antici
pated. FLOUR Transactions have been rather
light, but the market rules steady without
.HAY Receipts have been somewhat
light but stocks are large and the demand
also light. A general complaint is made of
all Illinois hay by the consumers, on ac
count of stack stains. Nearly all present
receipts of good hay, on this account,
grades as prime.
CORN We note an active demand for
white that is in excess of the supply.
Mixed is plenty and in fair request.
OATS The market is weak and unset
tled. Stocks are large 'and the demand
MEAL Steady and firm, with a good
demand for all city meal offered.
BUAN None offering at the mills and
Hone in market on consignment.
BUTTEH Choice roll and packed is in
active request at good prices. The market
is nearly bare.
EGGS The supply is small and the de
maud active at quotations.
CHICKENS The demand is good and
receipts very small. Prices are steady and
APPLES Good demand for all that
POTATOES Choice table peach blows
are very scarce and higher. The demand
for table and seed is active.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. -The price here given are for talea from
flrnt band In ronnd lota. An. advance It
charged for broken loin in flillncorderi.
210 Various grade, on or den...
20 bill. Choice.-
&n bhls. fancy -
l') ohl pn-fit.
lw bbl XX
,5 5037 75
.... 7 00
I .MM. ....
3 car choice
3 car Kilt edge timothy
Scara prime "
Scare clover mixed
S care relucted white In bulk on track.....
S car mixed, in bnlk on track .
Scare choice whit In balk
cart while In bulk
C care choice white in bnlk on track
7 car mixed In bulk - 47
No. 3 Hrd, tier bo ..,
No. ll Medlteranean
,. 1 M
.. 1 3
rVi bbl City . J
100 tibia Country
Bound lota e eeM
CUT AND GKOUND FEED.
Oat and bay mixed, per cwt
' " com "
Corn for fowls "
m pound strictly choice Northern roll.
If 10 pound choice northern packed
Six) pounds Southern Illlnol
VJ'V pounne cnoice norwern.
8 coopa llvo rboli'A
1UU ponndi aretsea
3 coopl old hen..,
5 coopi mixed
..8 nOGW 50
60 blila choice.
200 sack Mich lirnn peach blows
loo bhls. " 1'eachblow........
100 bbl Early uoe eed. ,
50 bbla. common
75 bbl. fancy Michigan '
100 bbli Choice varti'tlo 4 5025
Pur barrel 73800
Half do ...
I.lvo .H MtVj
Plain hami non
H. U. lUtu 14
Clear iide l:W
Bnotiiaur ....,. . iu
Bt. John..... IT 50
Ohio Hlvur.. . 1 45
94 bnnhol bnrlipi
fl biiahel '
C)rnRo, choice per box,,, 4 004 50
Lemons obolce per box 8 75(4 50
reacnoi, naiveaano unariure.i.a
Choice, Factory , 19
Cream HHM 14
V B 536
Calf, Mroen 12
Dry Flint choice 1MJ18
Dry Halt Svtll
Qreen Halt . 5467
Hheep Pelts, dry 1ku,40
8hocp PtlU, treen 502100
Common Lug $'3 TIV.I 00
Good log 3 WrffS 4 00
ow Leaf. 4 VM 5 OA
Modlum Leaf 5 5":U F0
GoLeaf. o 50i4 8 0"
HATES OF FREIGHT.
Grain Hay Flour Pork
Vcwt. cwt. jbbl. tyhbl.
Men pliia 10 15 so so
. wOrlean lli V. J 4
ripieiia, Ark 17'A Sri' J Si mi
Vlrksburg 17S 11 S5 .V.
Way 'I'A T,Vt 45 KJ
Du. Pieiu.e's "Medical Discover'" hits
become so thoroughly established in pub
lic favor that were it not for tho forgetful
Dess of people it would not be necessary to
call attention to its power to cure consump
tion, which is scrofula of the lungs, and
other blood diseases, as eruptions, blotches,
pimples, ulcers, and "liver complaint."
"The Firm's Busted."
A novel bankniiilcy caso is reported
by the National Stnulitv-Sehool Teiieher.
The junior partner ri the firm being
more generous than just, went into u
bonevolent operation without asking the
A little boy applied to Genentl Clinton
B. Fisk for capital tj go into business.
Amount wantol Si-venty-live cents.
Business BooHiltn.-king. Station
Near Fulton Ferry, New York. Pro
fits to be divideu at the end of six
Tho arrangement was made, and the
firm began business. On Monday
morning, however, the "working"' part
ner earne into the 'general's olliee
wearing a very lugubrious countenance.
"What's the maiter?' asked tho gen
eral. "O." said the boy, "it's all up."
"All up!"' said the general; "what do
"O." replied tho urchin, "the firm's
"How is that?" was the inquiry.
"Well." said the boy, "I had $4.C2on
hand, but yesterday a man cume into
our Sunday-school and said we must give
all our money to the missionary society,
and I put it all in couldn't help it-an'
it's all up with us."
We have no doubt that the firm im
mediately "resumed"' Lii.Miies again
but it is tho lir.-t partnership we
have heard of that has been busted in
that way. Hence our extreme sym
pathy. Perils of Pto Climbers.
A western telegraph pole climlxT tells
a stirring tale of the hardships endured
by men of his trade. They are often
forced to climb rotten poles, especially
in the rural districts. In one case, when
a pole broke under him, he held on to
tho cross-piece, and the wires let him
down gently to the ground. But per
haps tho greatest danger is from the
electricity, which sometimes knocks men
from the poles. In, damp weather, es
pecially, they are liable to receive severe
shocks when they touch two wires at.
once with different parts of their ltodiett.
Tho climber said: "I tell ynii it is a fear
ful contract to undertake "to lix a broken
wire on a wet day. I have seen soineof
the boys kick and squinn on tho cro-s-pieees,
and yell so loudly that you would
think they had gone off into upasuis. I
have in my mind one man in particular
who camo near brenking his neck, llu
was what you call one of your "smart
Alecks.' it was a (lamp, rainy nay in
September when he went up to splice a
wire. As soon as ho reached tho lirst
cross-pieeo he thought he would make
the boys laugh by performing various
antics; so he set astride one of the wires
near the pole, and caught hold of another.
The batteries attached at the ends of
both wires were heavily charged, and he
was so badly shocked that the men were
compelled to go up and take him
down. In fact, tho shock almost killed
A Man to Whom Vanderbilt Gave a Farm,
The first wife of tho lato Commodore.
Vanderbilt nnd the wife of Samuel
Carr were sisters. While- Vanderbilt
was laying tho foundation of his great
fortune, I'arr was going back ward. He
finally became almost destitute. Com
modore Vanderbilt then bought a good
farm, stocked it, and turned it over to
Mr. Carr as a present; but it was not
long before Carr had spent everything.
He appealed for another trial,, but the
Commodore was inexorable. Tho re
Bult wns that Carr bad to bo taken to
the Richmond County Poor-House,
where he has romr.ined for tho last
twenty years. Kecently Mr. William K.
Vanderbilt. the grandson of Commo
dore Vanderbilt,' interceded, nnd now
Mr. Carr, who is 70 years old, is in St
Six hundred miles in six days is what
must now be demanded of the coming
pedestrian who goes tts ho pleases.
Since Fitzgerald, with his 682 nines, hits
surpassed Vi tit's 57H, as easily as Vint had
surpassed Hughes' o(W, and as Hughes
JiadsurpassedKoweirs.'iCiO, and Uowell
liiid surpassed Hart's b65 and Hart had
surpassed Weston, and Weston Brown,
ami Brown O'Leary, and so on down,
surely the possibility of (i(K) Is not so dist
ant as oUO once seemed. It nitty very
likely bo reached in tho new mated
which Uowell. Vint ami Panchott hitvo
just made. There Is ob iously a limit
to tho distance possible for human heels,
unless reinforced with wings, like Mer
cury's, or in some other way aided; but
it is hard touess closely what this limit
iicv) York Hun.
What Physicians Say.
Sam Lkanoho, Col., January 0, 1877
I Dn. R. V. riKUCE, Builalo. N. Y.: Dear
Sir I havo employed your "Pleasant Pur
gative Pullots" in my practico for tho lust
four years, I now use no other alterative
or cathartic inodichacs in all chronic de
rangements of tho stomach, liver, and
bowels. I know of nothing that equals
thorn. J. A. Miukr, M. D.
CAIRO Bl LLKTIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1882
Masv Miskkaiii.k Pkoplk drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker a Oinger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
The Hkv. Oko. II. Tiiaykk, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 9
Inflamki) eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Homan Eye Balsam. K. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
A Friend Ift Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Electric
Oil has proved a salutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup
in children, sore throat end bronchial affec
tions, and as a positive external remedy for
pain, it is a never-failing antidote.
Sk.nd for circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment, Borden,
Selleck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
Ake you madk miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitulizur is a posi
tive cure. 10
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts end other Electric Appli
ances on trial for ;)0 days to young men
and other persons afllietcd with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor aod manhood. Also for liheunia-
tism, Neuralgia, Paralytds, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Bclt.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Why win. von cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, SO cents and 1. 11
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
SimJii's Catarrh I'kmkdy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. '5 for f . All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Phnrmary,81.') First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
'Hackmkt.w k,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 2 ) and 50 tents. Ut
A Cough, Cold or sore Throat
should be stopped. jNeglect frequentl re
sults m an Incurable Lung disease or on
suraption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough Hyrnps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, givo relief m
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recoiiyneiuled by physicinus, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Shii.oii's Clhk win. immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Wkuk man to confirm more to the laws
of health and of nature, and be less addict
ed to the gratification of his passions, it
would not be necessary to advertise Fel
lows Compound Syrup of Hypophosphitcs
as a restorative for the power ( t the brain
nnd nervous system, while theworld's pro
gress and enlightenment would indeed be
FVit Dyspki'sia and Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails
to cure. 15
A HKW rUl'aTHATKU
.Literary Weekly Journal
NKITIIKII fOI.IT.t'!. Nllll SHIT.VII'AN !
CoruliK-U'd by Albio.i WM'imrgi'e,
Humor in - i' i.oi n .I'lrrnnn, wti.,
MHs nlotl 1y .1 )niiicl . 1 trial on
hikI Kolit'pt H. I )avl .
Klr.t Numliur IksiiimI Keliruiirv I.Ish j.
The most distinguished authors and sklllul urt
Ists, both Amerieau and Knglli-h, have been en
gaged by "Our Coiillneiil." The PVIiiuulv iiiiiii
hers rontnlu novels nnd stories by Helen (.'umphell,
Mrs. Alexander, K 1'. Hue. .Iiillini lliiwihornn,
lonii niiniieriiiii, i(. II oiivls, etc. f poems by (Is
car Willie, i.oulso t'lmniller Moiilton. il, ll. linker,
niuney i.auier, w. r l.nilirop, t:ella I liuxler, etc
enu-rtiiltiliii' Kkelchea by ti. U. l.elimil, (linns
nreiimiinj o. . Alllt'liell, (Ik Marvel! I'Vllx Oh
wnld.etct solid papers by l'relilent 1'orler, of
i iiie, L.11111, in iinrv irn, rrovoKi I'ejiper, or L'lHvur
slty of Pennsylvania, etc. liisliloti notes by Kme
Field; art lllimtratlinis by Louis (!. Tlflany: scl-
eneo nv erolH Kotliroek, llitrber, elr, ! m ini eti
quette by Moulloti; rurul Iniprovemenl bv Hon. II.
U. Northrop; fun nnd humor b C. II. Clark, (Max
iinir)--uiicie ueiiius anna Host oi otliers.
Iloaiilirul llluslriitloiisurea lending leiituro of
wur i ontiueul.-' They urn I lie lineal Unit art
cm produce and equal to most perfect In tbo
l'rlru loeimls a niiuilior; $1 0,1 a year: j on six
muiiths, Mulled free of postjige to any Mdilrn'm.
Specimen copy free.
Newsdealers will find it to tliulr Interest to pro
ml '"OnrCoiiiliienr t their uiisioineri. '
Poatmastersarelnvllod to taku nubscrlptlona.
Book Canvasseri ran add Inrgnty to their Incomes;
Wit hout interfering wild I htilr regular busiuesi, by
acting for "liur Continent.
Write for particular to "(lUHOONTlNKNT."
, , Philadelphia, P.
Indian Blood Syrup.
II Ml If
eancs, Fdverand Aiih
ik'mh Nervous Debility
THE HEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAX!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
flil Pvrnp pnMCMM vsrled nropertloi: It itira
nlstn tlie ptyalludln the oallvs, which coovurtu
tin; Harch und ni(iir of the food Into bIucohb. A
(lftlclKiicjr in plyuiitie uurea wind tad iourine of
tho fooil In the noinach. If the mrdlelns Jt udi
inimttustely ufUirf'MiBtf. the fermuntatlon ot frwrt
It acts npon the Liver,
It artsnimn the Kidneys,
It Hi'gnhttes tlie Bowels,
It Purifies th Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous Systm,
It l'romotes Digestion, .
It Noui'lslifs, Stn ncthens and Invigorates,
It Carries ofT the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin anil Induees
It neutralize tho hereditary taint, or polaon in
thti blond, which ireneratei Scrofula. Erysipelas,
and all maimer of fckiu Dtoeaiea and Internal bu
nion". Thurc are no spiritii employed In Its manufacture
and It chu he takun by the most delicate babe, or by
the aed and feeble, care only being required In at
teiili, n to directions.
(ialva, Uenry County, Ills.
I was ii fieri uu from Kick Headache and Dizzi
ness solhnt I cuuM not attend tomy household du
ties, and a fhort trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an lllood Myrup effectually cured me.
.MRS. 11ELKN ELKIN8.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
'I his is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured me of Pain In the Hack. It
In a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This li to certify that 1 wa aftlicted with Palpi
tation of thu Heart for many yearn I tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken nl than they did to strengthen. 1 at. last
res lved totry Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Syiup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing tho Heart Difeae, but also a Sick Head
ach which hud been troubling me.
MRS MAUY A. NBAL.
I was allticted with I.ivor Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get relief, althongb using medl
rlnes from our best doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnsou'i Indian Blood Hvmp.andasuort trial
cured me. T. W. RISING, Moline, 111.
This rertille that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
uv uim i. .aiiuui i.q rmu in iintlic u 11.
W. K. W'l.MMKK, Bedford, Mo.
Airentt wanted for the sale of the Indian to,, nit
Syrup in every town or village, in which 1 have no
aeni. carncuiara given ou application.
DIU'GGISTS SELL IT.
Ubratory 77 Weit 3d it., N. Y. City.
fh (l a w eek in your own town. $: outfit
I -v I . true- I rlHk' everything new, card
1 I 11 l'"1 Dnt required, ma will fnrnish you
Weverything Mnlv are making for
TT tuties Ladies mue as much as men.
and nnvs and clrls mako trri-nt n
Leader, If you want a buslnyss at which you can
make freat nay all the time yon work, write for par
tlculars to H. Bullet! :o. I'or.laud. Maine.
UTICE TO COSTKACTOKS.
Citt Ci riiu's (irrn e, Cairo. III., Jan. 21, lK-j.
Sealed priip isiils will be received at this olrku,
dinned to the City Council of tho city of Cairo,
ntil tlmeoi meeting of the CltvC'onurll on Tues
day evening, Kehrimry 7lh. M:, for furnishing the
material ami doing t he work or doing tho work noc-
essurv fur the ronsirucMon and reconstruction of
tueioiiowtngaidewalks, to he constructed of wood,
via: On the easterly side of Sycamore street, from
Twenty third street to TweHtv nlnih slreet; on tho
northerly alJeol seventeenth street, from Wash
Inittnn a en e 'o Walnut street. A provided by
ordinance No. TS, approved November M, 18M,
which ordinance Is now on file In this oftlce and
subject io examination atany lime, Persons bid
ding for tho construction of above sidewalks shall
ne required in give a goon anu nimcielil liond as
provided ny section II, oftliaptur in of city or
nances. Said bond to accompany bids. Tho pur
ty or parties lo whom the contract will be let to be
paid out of moneys arliingfrom special assessment
to he collected from the property owners w' ose
property abut on suld aliiewalks, when same Is
collected ami paid over to tho city treasurer.
The rlgntta reject any ar.d-all bids reserved by
the city. D.J. KCLEV,
Hulbcrt Urn's. Wholesale Price List.
4 Piano, " oct,, square, rosuwood, carved,
agraffe $lr,o 00
7 Piano, upr. "S'Kt., cabinet grand. ......... 174 00
M Organ, 4 sets reeds, V llopa & graud organ M) IX)
Ori " 11 sets reeds, W stops, cuupler, ub-bal 73 00
Our Pianos and Organs warranted flrst-class.
9 Violin outUI, box bow, strings, eomplcto..,. 4 00
8 " crcmona model, extra flue 0 00
I Accordeuti, 8keys, bass box, Hue tone....M... 1 00
" 10 " 1 at op, 8 soli reeds, perfect 3 00
7 Month Organs, Vienna cuncert, lit holes..,., (fl
U " (ionnluu ltlchter, 10 holes, (1,8. i!4
II " concert double U4 hales " 1 Oil
14 Cbulonet, genuine Marlln.tl keys, boxwood B 00
17 Fife, In ebony, Herman tllvor furuloi. 50
10 Music box, 1 tunc, crank, line ,.. 1 to
HI " 8 tunes,, wind with levor, largo 24 00
Violoncello, patent, uiachluu head, good., 10 HO
'li Doiiblu Buss, pnient head, 8 or 4 strings., il on
'.'I (iullar, maple, much I no head, flno flulsh., 4 mi
t,7 llanjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackets ,,,, 2 no
38 Cornet, brass corjipocon stylo case Jtcrouks il (0
So Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornninetitod 0 IK)
Gold violin, guitar and banjo airings 'II, Bros,' 15
Silver " " " " ' in
Htnel " ' " 5
Out. ItiisKlan.tiermau or Italian, heat quality IS
Instruction Books, Howo'a or Winners, any
Instrument , an
Having Just made a good trade for 100 Singer
Hewing Macbliies, will noil them for JS each while
I hey Inst.
Money Is quite safe In common letter If plainly
Torma atrlctly ctah with order. Will luko
Agents, and dealer send for ourtlVpagc Catalogue
on above net wholesale pake, agents can make
WO pr cent irodt.
Cull on u wjion you torns to St. l.oitli.
Beferonceii Any bank or whsleialu houn l
Hulliert Broi, li th only Uauaial WhulMalt
Miiak ltoum In 8t. Loula.
, ihil01lv8trwl,lialntUoU, Mo.
ti Li. . :iy im n mw t-r -
For sale by C. W. Henderson. Cairo. Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
,'"a? and all di.o.e of the
1 1 f ni I Hiis alwaya boon one of the most Important
l0 ICATll AT 'I'a Ml weapons wielded by the medical faculty.
1 1 1 I iSi II I I III I I I I I I "Kln,,ln-''lienta of Coughs, Colds,
Xll lUVJll. VI XV1LL Hfi'chitis, Asthma, Sore Throat. Consumr
. Hon in IU Incipient and advanced stages, and
but It has never been no advantageously compounded as In the celebrated WfewT R lifr
PUT UP IN QUART SIZE B0TTLFS
( j A T TT1 ( ) ' .1 lr d.e veil by dealers who try to palm off upon you Rock and live Id
.1 V 1 n .l',nru of "ur To1"' Km nd Ko. wnieh la the onlv medicated article rnada
the genuine has a private die proprietarv stamp on each bottle inuiicaica articiu made
Tho TOLL', liot'K and It YE CO., Proprietors, 41 Kiver street, Chicago, 111.
0LD 1V DlU'CUlISTS, GUOCKUS AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
H Fortnnrt Aircnfs writiioutrlr ! Territory fren.
-in ,ivijr nrwin-i.i.peiiiri( itineie.i 'jii t. rroiH'll.
ln BIW tor s -!iik and all nnw l lnn. Indca.
micunio r-:'.:m( eniimi a perfect Dnor r-'pMr-ir.
Tliu 1'. T. tolled Wire liutL Co., UAt 7Ui Ave. K. Y.
IDr. S. SibtM's EsternalPiloRcmeay
(iirea nliint.-elle( and is an tnfnllitila
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Hold hy OrnL'trKapverTWhera, i'nee, $1.00 per hot
prtnaf l tiy n, ,,u. Kn:nj 1 s-nt jre to I'hvelclana
andillstilfi r rs.hvl' N.'ni n-,iti-rA t o. Itnxjyid,
fcu lufkdlj. huluwiiuuiuotiiruraof "JnaitM."
DlflVV It Tor 1kS, with Improved Interest
. . J l'tiibl, calendar, etc. Sent to any
address on receipt ol two ihren-cenl stamps Ad
J." :l, nrll' K' l"t'i!, 18 North Delaware avenue,
I tor the wtutrr in fiirmiiiK ilidtrieW. Very
I lame returns for conipHmtively liitlo labor.
Vm fur full piirtieulnrHKililrcimmedialclT
th Author A
tii,aiiit., iniliaiiKniiAliln to r,.rr
2r,.Siilf.r.iiwrviiiin ; bniind in
nnmt riwich miulin.mibiiaiwd,
SOicI tlk'TttVinc.. lA tinuumi.
Iiiina, iinoo only IJf, .nt ,
..mil ni,.. Ail, 1m. li.... it. .
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And tholr oxcollont reputation in
jurod by worthloas imitations. The
Publio aro oautionod against buy
ing Plastors having similar sound
ing names. Soo that tho word
C A P C I N-E is oorroctly epollod.
Aro tho only improvement ever
mado In Plasters.
Ono is worth morothanadoron
of any othor kind.
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