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TJ1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 13, m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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Wn areniithorleed lo announce fho name of
HRrtM W BLUMS an a candidate for tdorraan
ftum the Second ward at the nulling city election.
Editor nalle'.ln: I deelre to tnnnunca inyeclf
candidate for alderman of the Ttilnl ward t
j the election April 18lb, 1. and 1 respectfully aek
ibu vol of every citizen and tax payer for euch
oiBca. I shall couliuue acaudldata until the votes
am counted, fl. McMANL'8.
Wn are anthortaed to announce the uamo of
,A 1)0 LI' 11 SWOUDDA an a candidato fur re-elc-Yioa
to lu oOlce of Alderuiau of thti Fourth ward
at Uieeusuluxctty election.
Wariauthorlzedtanu3uncetnt TiiOH. W.
IIAU.ID.IY aa a candidate for re oloctlon at AK
dormnn Irora Ibu Fifth ware at thu entiling city
We aro anthorlsnd t annnnuee that Mr. IS. F.
HLftKK will ho a candldale for re-eleotlon to llio
city council from ttiaTlilrd ward at the vumilug
Use Ttfic Cairo Bulletin perforated
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sale, in tlirve sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
'ir live nii l ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Grand Opening and Grand Display
Of millinery and fancy goods, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, April 13, 14 and 13,
18W ; at Mrs. 8. Williamson's, Seventh
street, one door west of Commercial avenue.
Toll are cordially invited to coiuo and
look through our elegant assortment of
' A Card.
Having disposed of my Photograph Gal
lery to Mr. Phelps, of Muscatine, Iowa, I
take the method of recommending him to
the citizens' of Cairo aq J . vicinity. Mr.
riielps has .been in my employ as operator
tor tlio past six months, and t hereby cheer
fully recommend him as being a courteous
gentleman and a thorough and experienced
photographer in all branches pertaining to
thu photographic art, and bespeak for him
a liberal share of thu puulic patronage.
is hereby given that
Notico is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned under the firm name ol
''Livings & Jones" has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent, A. U. Livings
withdrawing from the firm, and Hugh P.
Jones collecting all debts due the firm and
assuming all liabilities.
A. G. Livinos.
II cn ii P. Jones.
Cairo, Ills., April 11th, 185(2.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tn these commas, ten cents per line,
etch Insertion. Harked
New wall paper at Jefl Clark's.
Diptheri is prevalent in Henry county,
and Peoria has a new case of small-pox.
Alexander H. Stevens has definitely
determined to retire from public life.
Itcv. Mr. Davenport is absent at Nosh
villi', Tenn., for a short time.
' Buy Dado window curtains from JelT
M. Clark. tf,
In a scuflla at Dyersburg, Tenn., one
man fatally stabbed another, both being
The sum total of leveo claims so far
presented is 18,550 00. The amount al
lowed is 112.446.43.
We are happy to announce that Mrs
Marcaa is fully recovered, and is able to
superintend her affairs as usual.
All latest styles of wall paper at Jeff
Tho king of Wurtemburg has joined
the Catholic church, receiving baptism at
Ike bands of the pope.
Lolu Ralston was fatally wounded in
scuffle with another girl in a chair factory
A small-pox caBO is at the hospital
Lore now, imported from from St. Louis
On tho towboat Hickory,
Chris. Barrels, a German, hanged him
self 4a the bell tower of the Lutheran
thufch "at Chester, 111. Ho was dead before
See Jeff Clark's wall paper beforo
Blanks to bo tilled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will bo furnished
frco of chargo on application at Tub Bul
Oscar Wildo will sum up his Amer
ican experienco in a lecture before ho do
parts for England in about six weeks.
Byo-bye, Ocky, come again.
Lowell is to be replaced as American
minister to Great Britain by Judge Taft, of
Cincinnati, whose groat qualification for
the business is his utter unfitness.
A baby born at Brunswick, Ga,, had a
full grown tooth at birth. Tho dentist re
moved tho tooth which was loosely hang
The late elections generally rather set
back the republicans. The administration
is already growing unpopular because there
are not offices enough to go round.
The cashier if tho savings bank at
Washington, Pa., is short $100,000. His
name is Ruth, and he is, as usual, highly
-The great Red river of tho north is out
of its banks and dealing destructively with
tho settlers seeming to rival tho efforts of
tho Mississippi in its recent overflow.
Scovillo wants congress to pay him for
defending Guitoau. By all means and
retire the latter for valuable services ren
dered the stalwarts.
Amongst tho deaths reported yester
day were D. O. Rosetti, distinguished both
as artist and author, aud F. W. Kucken,
the musician and composer.
The river is falling and stood, when
we last saw the gauge, at 31 feet G inches.
The weather continued cold all day hut
promises to be moderate by to-morrow.
Down goes the sipo water with a rush.
The opening of the sewer on Fourteenth
street and the cut through the leveo will
soon complete tho work.
The last meeting of the council had
very little before it of interest except the
allowance of claims, a full report of which
will appear in Saturday's issue.
Butter, or oleomargarine, or swino are
waging a battle for the very life. For
ourselves we have determined to stick to
The latest effectual cure for small-pox
is to swallow tho pustule. Is this in ac
cordance with namnemanns aphorism
Similia Simililms curautur?
A lot of fat cattle was recently sold
in Morgan county for $0.50 per hundred
grots. 1 his is butter than lias been ob
tained for years.
The poet, Longfellow, knew his worth
too well tocompromise himself by receiv
ing favors. He declined a foreigu mission
on four different occasions.
At White Hall, Ills., two boys aged 15
and 17, were killed by the fall of an em
bankment on tliem. They were sous of a
widow named Burton.
The decision in tho star route cases
covers also tho casu of floteldo and ho will
bo compelled to answer tho charge of mur
dering his brother for which ho was in
dicted. With disinfection Bhould como also an
abatement of tho dog nuisance. If 1000
were killed and their bodies put to the
roots of vines they would bo where they
would do the most good.
Tho promised entertainment by the
Young Mob's Catholic Literary, and Do-
bating Society has fallen through. The
ticket holders will of course have their
Yesterdayjwas tho twenty-first anniver
sary ot tho firing on Fort Sumpter. It is
about time that contest was ended. But it
will be as fresh as ever by tho time ot the
-The English government has stopped
work on the channel tunnel, lest thu upshot
might be a sure enough. "Battle of Dork
ing" which would end in England's do
-Congressman Thomas has obtaind i
leave of absence for two weeks to return to
his district. He must bu lively or some
ono of the numerous seekers of his scalp
will gel thu droo on him. Ho thinks so
too aud is now on tho war path.
A hunt through the justice courts yes
terday failed to uncover any game. Tho
court and otticers of the city criminal court
were regaling each other with their expo
riences and sadly sighing for lively times
and liberal fees.
"Betsey ana tho baby" are now pretty
well provided for. Mrs. Reason has de
posited several thousand dollars in bank
the contributions of sympathizing friunds
Even if Mason missed Guiteau, he made a
bull's cyu on the dollar.
O. M. Chilcot, of Pueblo, has been ap
pointed to succeed Senator Taber who has
entered tho cabinet. He is a stalwart and
Tuber's friends denounce tho appointment
as one unfit to le made and Gov. Pitkin for
The committee on tho Improvement of
the Mississippi has decided to recommcn
tlio appropriation of $ 4,13!j,000, of which
000,000 will bo expended on that part of
the river between the Illinois and Ohio
Ono school teacher was struck by light
ning in Indiana, and another filled with
buckshot at Littlo Rjck, Ark., on the same
day. Tho former was driving a cow, and
he latter about n marry a widow. A fair
warning to let widows and cows alono.
At Lebanon, III., on Tuesday, thu dead
body of a man named Heibold was found
in a stablu with two wounds In the head
and with marks of choking on the throat.
No cluo tn tho murderer or its cause has
We learn that quito an accident oc
curred to tho press of tho Argus, when
yesterday evening's edition was being
worked off by which the papor was delayed,
and ono hand threatened with a serious ac
cident. Wo are glad, however, it resulted
in only slight injury and delay.
Tlio Argus has another whack at tho
Amsterdam narrow gauge last night. A
bad cause needs bolstering, and thisis what
the Argus attempts. Tho voters of this
city will take care that their next council
shall consist of members who will neither
bo bamboozled nor bulldozed.
The newest now thing in the way of
ladies' bonnets is of glass. They are be
ing manufactured in largo numbers at
Venice, Heaven bless the man who first
received tho idea. It will economize a largu
amount af bad talk lately expended on the
Tho averago congressional brain is be
ing taxed to find somo new form to donate
pensions or new class to pension. The
mania is perodic every two years, and es
pecially vivid just precodiug a presidential
election. It is one of the instrumentalities
to retain the power of the republican party
and has been found very useful so far.
" Tho weather bureau reports a general
risoin tho temperature of about twenty de
grees throughout the northwest, the cold
wave extending its force on our southern
coast. Tho upper Mississippi, upper Mis
souri, and the Ohio at Pittsburg, are Blow
ly rising. Everywhere cIbo a fall is re
ported. The river has begun to fall here.
Emmet Jones who was to have been
hanged next Friday at St. Louis, has been
granted a nesv trial on account of the in
competency of his lawyer. A negro who
has infested the courts with his presence
for several years to the detriment of justice
and thu ruin of tho poor unfortunates who
were his clients.
An old lady in Barnwell, S. C. hearing
same one reading about it congressman at
large, and having in her mind and days
when tho thieving Smalls represented that
distict, rushed into tho kitchen door, shout
ing, l,Sarah Janel Sarah Janel don't leavo
the clothes out all night. Mind, I tell you,
for there's a congressman at large!''
Guiteau now disowns his sister, Mrs.
Scovillo, because shu triad to get possession
of his property, on the ground of his insan
ity. He declares he is sane and amply
ablo to take caro of his own property. We
think he can manage it, certainly ns long
as be shall have occasion to use it. Juno is
near at hand now.
There is a hurricane of horror prevail
ing at Columbus, on account of the dis
covery of attempted bribery of Ohio legis
lators. A lot of niculy dressed follows
have been dining, champagning and cigar-
iug'tho members all winter just for love or
their society, nnd of coursu tho innocent
and unsuspecting Buckeyes aro amazed that
such wick vines Bhould approach them.
Tlio late cold snap, which seemed like
a taste of January, is now about over.
Somu damage has been dono to fruit but
not much. Snow fell in many places
northeast and northwest of us. "Dallas,
Texas, was the southern limit of extreme
cold and its intensity may be referred by
the report of a fall in the temperature at St.
Louis of 55 degrees in 24 hours.
Mr. Thiclecko is somewhat indisptsed
but has improved very much since yester
day. It is to be hoped that he shall be
able to resume his duties to-day and that
no further apologies for a scarcity of items
will be necessary as every ono who has tho
pleasure of knowing that young man
knows. In fact his strong forte is in creat
ing items and no day bo disagreeable but
that ho can find them.
In this issue of The Bulletin appears
the announcement of Mr. II. Blomsasa
candidato for alderman from the Second
ward. Mr. Uloms is a successful business
man, is identified with the material inter
ests of tho city, and, if ducted, he will
servo his constituent in a manner eminent
ly satisfactory nnd according to his best
judgment of what is right. ,
In this morning's issue will bo found
the announcement of Mr. B. McManus, as
a candidate for alderman of the Third
ward. To those who know McM., it is un
necessary to praiso him aud ho has been so
long a resident of Cairo, that ho is well
known to almost everybody aud universally
esteemed as a good man and a valuable cit
izen, whoso services to the city would be
The threat to make Mound City the
terminus of tho narrow gaugo road lias
crystallzed into the form of a branch road
to that. It is probable Cairo could got
along without tho toad better than the
road could get along without Cairo. Now
is tho time to see that all candidates for
the couucil Bro right on this question, and
not willing to trillo away tho city's rights
for a consideration or for threats,
Atlanta Constitution : There is mi old
lady in Macon who has a iimnU for pomp,
ingwator. She goes to the Floyd House,
pump ono hundred tiinos uvery day, ,v
actual count, and takes away a buckot of
water. Though closely watched no ono
knows what she does with so much water,
as she couldn't very well drink all of it,
and sho isn't under contract to supply a
canal. Hence tho mystery.
Springfield, Ills., Senator Edwards,
of Hamilton county, made an unsuccessful
attempt just before adjournment to intro
duce a resolution praying for an uncondi
tional pardon of Bob Ford, the slayer of
Jesse James, on the ground that ho hid
rendered valuable service to theoountry in
killing the worst outlaw known to the his
tory of modern times. Tho resolution was
ruled out of order.
Our candidates hero has more straight
forwardness than those of other cities gen
erally. They announce themselves over
their own names, and Bay what they want.
Elsewhere, the routino is a local to tho ef
fect that "if Mr. Jones will consent ho will
be elected to tho council." Mr. Jones, in
the meantime, is biting his nails off, lest
somebody wont ask him to run, and ex
pects to cover his chagrin in a declination
of what was never offered.
Tho age is characterized by an icon
oclasm, which particularly aims at destroy
ing old established beliefs and accepted
theories. Tbo discussion on the Chinese
bill beforo congress throws a very broad
shadow of a doubt on their claim to have
used gunpowder and the compass centuries
before their discovery in the west. A close
investigation makes their claim apparently
as groundless, as their fabulous dynasties
and mythical history.
A inarriago at 5 o'clock in the morn
ing is somewhat unusual even in Catholic
circles, but such a one was celebrated at St.
Louis day beforo yesterday in St. Molachis
church. Tho bishop of Cincinnati has re
cently issued an absolute prohibition of
marriagesAftet night, and, in doing so, only
follows the decree of the council of Trent
and the law of England. For reasons of
our own, we think that, as people will
marry anyway, they need not be ashamed
of it, and therefore there is no reason why
they should not marry in broad daylight.
In tho selections of one of our ex
changes we find these five rules. The in
fluence ol observing them would indeed be
wholesome in all tho relations oflife. They
are: 1, To hear us little as possible tn tho
prejudice of others; 2, To believe nothing
of the kind until forced to do it, 3, Never
to drink in the spirit of him who "irculates
evil reports; 4, Always to moderate theun
kindness expressed toward others; 5, Al
ways to believe that if tho other hide were
heard a different account would bo given."
The past week wa9 the most exciting
in the history of St. Joseph, Mo. She went
through an election which was little short
of a revolution, she furnished the Jesse
James sensation, aud late Saturday evening
sho made the discovery that city bonds
amounting to f 133,000 had been stolen
from her treasury and wero being offered
for sslo in New York. Her people were
somewhat vain in their demeanor yesterday,
and begun to speak of Chicago in a patro
nizing sort of way.
The respectability, ancient family and 1
varied acquirements of thu ordinary tramp '
are astonishing. Yesterday we met one 1
who politely told us his wants in three
languages, and whose papers were of an
unquestionably high order. A cup of cof
fee and a quarter made him the most grate
ful of mortalB but later he had been fonnd
as drunk as a lord, and norioubt is prepar
ed to-day to renew his solo of misfortunes
victim with somo susceptible person whose
charity exceeds his prudenco. It is diffi
cult to refuse and dangerous to yield.
Shippard let the mouth of the buck
open too much, when he said "Grant is one
of us" in the gigantic fraud being imposed
on a supposed helpless people. He ex
plains, he only meant, that Grant had per
emptorily declined to invent any money,
but was prepared to accept the oflico of
president of the Peruvian company, to
which he was to be elected, and in con
sideration thereof was "to use his influence
to help in aecuring from the government
such co-operation as was necessary" to en
force the fraud. The first citizen ot Amer
ica will persist in falling into bad company.
Tho East St. Louis Herald says: "II.
W. Smithers, who was receiver of tho old
Cairo & St. Louis road, left New York on
the first of April for Amsterdam, where bo
will make a final report and settlement to
thu Dutch bondholders whom ho has rep
resented for several years past' The
stewardship of the trust reposed in him has
beent excellent, and tho bondholders may
congratulate themselves in having had Mr.
Smithers to look to their interests.'' Yes,
at the expense of long suffering and out
raged cities along the route of this money
trap. So we wero right in calling it an
Amsterdam corporation. Though how its
being English would mako it more re
spectablo we fail to see.
Wo are roliably informed that one of
our citizens has been to Paducah, and has
had there prepared by a party who has no
particular lono for this city, a lot of cir
culars to be used in influencing (or pre
judicing) publio opinion at thu forthcom
ing city cloction. We hardly think that
priutud matters furnished by an editor,
living in a rival city, would bo of such a
character as to promotu prosperity nnd har
mony among our people. We think thu
arhotint expended by tho aforesaid citizen
in that direction would do him nnd this
J. BUKGEE & BKO.
Will donate one hundred dollars to any charitable Institution tho mayor of Cairo mny
designate, provided it can bo truthfully stutod that we in any instance advertise goods
qualities and prices, that we cannot show. It is a fact that at times we mentiou prices
for certain lines of goods that are so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to the
public, and even to other dealers, and we do not blame them for their incredulity, be
ing as they nro, uuawuro of tho advantages and facilities wu have for obtaining at cer
tain times l irge lotsof thu oust doainblu giods at prices greatly under their real value
and here nro thu
ADVANTAGES AVE HAVE:
FI RST Th quantity of merchandise we buy to unpply rmr nnmorHi utorcs.
SECOND Wu havu ample capital and are prepared tu buy rioh down.
THIRD Wo aro at all times represented iu eastern markets by a resident buyer
who is always on lhe lookout. '
Now.it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that wc do fn m time to time
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex'
Blue Flannel Suit, each kit it bears the ticket with Col niuiiH Middlesex Co, $10 00. Nonu
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $0.50, worth $15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at JiO. worth $19.00. We do not sell cooila lor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that wo make a small profit on everything we seli, for
that principle by which a mcrchnnt can sell foods for lmtlmn cost, aril still keep store,
has never yet lioen discovered. Come rind Bee our goods. Yon will tot be importuned
J. BURGER & BRO,
At Trainee Clothing I-Ionso,
108 Commercial A.vcmic.
city much more good if invested in dirt to
be placed in the levees, -or in filling his
own or somebody clue's lots. But this is
a free country. Wo once heard of a man
who sheared Ins sow. He has a right to do
so. The yield of wool was very small, but
the noise was immense.
Tho Argus with its usual wisdom pro
fesses to believe that a tunnel through tbe
Ohio levee at any point would have been
cheaper nnd better and answered a better
purpose in drawing off the sipo water than
the ditch at thu New Levee. It does not
say where or how tho tunnel would have
been constructed under Washington aod
Commercial avenues and Poplar streets, or
if a canal had been dug through thue
streets to reach tho lakes, what kind of
ferryboats or bridges would have been used
in crossing these ran ils by teams and
pedestrians. Unfortun itely for that paper
the argument of the Argus (like all its
other arguments) that "water will not run
uphill," and theroforu will not run out at
the cut now made, falls before tbe fact,
that while tbe article was being put into
type, the wnter was rushing through the
gp at a tremendous rate and will con
tinue to do so until the city is entirely dry.
In view of the recent experience of
Cairo in the sipe witter excitement '.he fol
lowing account of how the people of
Bargkok live under very siinilinr circum
stances : "It ats are the universal means
of conveyance ami communication, and a
boat thus becomes a tecessary adjunct of
every person's household; to its dt xtroim
US i every child is trained ; men, women and
children are equally accustomed. Perhaps
th inott common form is a stout akiff
abut twenty five feet long, turning up very
Bhipely and high behind, like, a Veuvtian
go dola. It is broad iu the beam, and two
niirdsof its length housed ov t, leaving a
little flat deck in front, and n still s imlhr
one behind. Behind stands t'te husband
and sculls; in front stands the wife, rowing
and using a boat-hook to help their way
through tho crowds. Thu front of the boat
is used for business, passengers or rario.
The rear thiid is given up to tho family
nnd domestic furniture. For, incredible us
it may seem, wo soon seo that o icli bout i
the home of a family, father, mother, gir
aud boys, who are born there, live tb
and dio there. Iu the daytime the cl
dren and the furniture aro crowded in
space not over four feet sqiure, at n
they can spread out over great surfaci
looked into these homo with attention,
never could enough wonder and ad
how closely all was packed, without s
ing to jostle or painfully crowd. Also
the children lived so happily and con
edly in a space no greater than a l.i
sized Saratoga trunk I It is probably' g g
laci mar more aro many ten year oldcii
dren in BmL'kok river who never walki
over twenty feet in a straight line, in sho
who have nuvcr been on l.tnd. But th
when they come in proximity to boats win'
little inmates they knew, they would b
and girls from 5 to 12 jumped oot
their boat house, and dive and swim '
to visit nnd gambol around together; r,
free in tho wnter, now hanging to tho bt
side or sitting astride of the scull oar. j
afrii'nd tillu m liu linaufmn tlmm in 1.-.
visits take with them baby, to whii shotirl
.1... I.... I - 1. .,.. 1 .. ,!..
iith iiiuiuur una iruoenuy nimi.iii'u n iiru
gourd or other light float to insure its safe-
ty. In a minor excursion up a side canal
I found myself at the city rot-! lenco of the
Prime Minister whoso name I have not
now time to write in full. Iran my boat
all round through his pleasure gronnds,
and wondered whether the worthy old
gentleman considered that ho was livii.g
on land or in the river. In ono part id his
aquatic ulysium I saw magnificent speci
mens of the victoria regia, whoso leaves,
round liko a platter, wero - over two yards
in diameter. Their rim was sharply tuiiu'.d
up in a ledgo an inch high, and on thu raft
thus tormcd wero settled, quito at homo,
like a family of frogs, They, too, seemed
to fall iu with thu humors of tho country.
TIIE COMMITTEE LAST NIGHT.
The committee of twenty five met at the
council room last night with Mr. Wood in
tho chair, and Howley as secretary. Sev
enteen uiemU-rs present.
Mr. Riltoohouse, of comrottteo of five, re
ported progress in matter of negotiations'
with the Cairo & St. Louis railroad and
Wabash road, stating tlmt no reply had yet
been received from tbo latter ruad.
On motion, it was resolved tbat a mars
meeting of tax-payers be called for next
Saturday evening to hear report fri ra com
mittee of five.
Mr. T. W. Halliday moved that the sub
committee of five m instructed to propose
to the, Cairo & St. Louis railroad that if
said road will build one-half uch an em
bankment, as the Cairo & St. Louis rail
road proposed to consider favorably (15 ft.
wide on top), the injunction Against then
will be dissolved. Carried with but one
It is to bo hoped that a Urge turnout
will take place on Saturday uijjit, u the
matter fa hemming more nnd more under
stood, and it behooves thu tax-payer of
Cairo to protect their sight a thing tiny
have too long neglt-cted.
The Mniniittee of twenty-five and tho
sob-committee of five have dune txitlltn!
Thk IftAKox Wnv. Mr. Fellows, in hi
"Medical Monthly," gives reai-on fur the
!( aliar arlion of his llyp)lHtphirrt in the
cure of disease, woich sum to lie borne
out by fucts. Fiom tonic action of rite
Sympathetic Nerves all the Organ Muscle
are strcnt;rhencd, ami the patient over
comes his malady simply, pleasantly anil
The Key to Ilraltli.
Hun-yon found the key to perfect health
and atrengthi It is Kidney-Wort, lhe only
remedy tlmt overcomes nt once toe inaction
of the kidnVHod iM.wels. It purifies- the
blood by creating the nystem ot bull hu
mors nnd by i v 1 1 1 it i.trenolb to the liver.
Kiiin'-yn ami iiwi,t jo pertor.rr jhw ren-
lar lunclio'- '" a 'ise-
aon Way they are Vrrfrrrra. tn All
Other Porous Plasters or K&teraal
Itneanse they poawe all tho merit rrf the
, truiiKthenlni; poroua planter, anit eoulaln In ri
j Uimi thereto the newly illfcovirreit powerful and
if ir.tire TeifDtahli! combination which arti with In
ycreiMi'd ruhi-fncient, itlmulatluc. teuaUvt and
counter Irritant etteots.
Herfluse they are a eenalne pharmiemjtlet) prep.
firu.Uou, aud DO rqcui'Uixud V rrmi hm.
ReUanM thtj are tho only plaatsra that relieve
pain nt once.
T.ec)iie Ihejr will positively cnrodlieaitt which
other Iremedii-l will not eren relievo,
ni'cnTii over fOOft pli yulciana and inggrt hara
voluntarily u-etinVd Hint they ere iuwriof toaU
other uilutcra or medicines tor external lite,
Bcrynia thn tnanafacturcrs save received the
only ,'uiedali ever given fur porous plaatare,
B&ioi's Capcine Porois Plaster!!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
I Mannfnctonng Chemlata, New Turk.
AHI)ftI. Klitl EI V" A TI. AST. Price Metn.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PlASTf H
ww mXG,RAY'S SPF'CI'ic MEDICINE.
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