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TUP- DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 2S, 1878.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY,
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Thou. Xally, Editor.
Utunocrutjo ei in nations.
rifl STATE TllKASCREB.
EDWARD L. CKUNKK1TE, of Stephenson.
JOB mTBHlSTENlF.NT or 1'CHI.tr IXKTIIl'CTION,
KAMl'EL M. KITE It, of McLcau.
tt CLSHK OF TUB eiTllKKR Cul'KT, SOl'TIIEUS UIUND
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Murlim.
rot CUIUS OP THE AITEIXATK COIRT, aOlTUKHN
JOHN Q. II ARM AN. of Alexander.
T0 CONUUEaa-EIOHTEENTU CONllllKSSIONAL DISTMtT
V. J. ALLEN, of Jackson.
T0 BBPBEaKNTATIVEa rimtTU SEXATOIUAL m
TIIHT. T. W. HALLWAY, of Alexander.
T. T. HuUlSSUN.of Jackson.
SENATOR Til I'll MAN opens ut Ilniiiilton,
Ohio, August 1st.
Gen. Grant is capturing the Republican
j)arry of Illinois. Gen Smith of Galena,
erne of his men, lms lx-i-n nominated fur
State Treasurer, and Mr. A. M. Jones of
Galena, another of his men, has lieen
selected chairman of the Republican State
At the meeting of the Republican State
Central Committee, held at Chicugo last
Tuesday, Mr. A. M. Jones of Jo Daviess
vu elected chairman and Mr. Dan Ray
secretary. Senator Ogleshy made a rough
and tough speech, and Gen. Logan indulged
in one of his customary tirades against the
Tpe Murphyslioro Era-Ultnoisan is mis
taken when it says "The Bcllktix and
Itadical Republican are having a set-to over
the Action of the Jackson county delegates at
the Representative Convention at Carlxin
ilale on the 1 ltli inst.'' We do not exchange
with the Radical Republican. We never
taw a copy of that paper. The Radical
llcpublican may be firing at Tiik Bii.i.kti.n
from an ambush. If so, none of its shots
Lave hit us.
The Johnson County Yeoman says that "a
irominent leading Republican of this Con
gressional District mys Logan is deter
mined to rule or ru'n the Republican party."
"Who is this Republican? He should at
inci come over to the Democrats. Gen.
Logan is the only leader the Republicans
Iiave in Illinois. Re is their ablest and
their best man. The Republican who can
not take his bridle without kicking must
come over to the Democrats.
"The Democratic friends of Josh Allen
Ji.ay think the past is nil forgotten," says the
Johnson County Journal. No, they do not.
They remember the past; remember how
outrageously this patriotic man was abused;
xememlier that for the exercise of the right
of free speech he was persecuted for Democ
racy's sake; and remembering the past they
will make a great effort to elect him. All
tho Democrats will rally to the polls ami
vote for Judge Allen the representative
Democrat of the Eighteenth District.
We have laughed at Democrats who ur
pie that Gen. Grant has the ambition of
Jmis Napoleon, and enjoys royal dinners
"Localise he wishes to be a king. Rut here
is a Republican paper which says of his
nomination : "We have reached a point
where a firm, steady hand is needed to
jruide the nation." That is the tone of
Jiouis Napoleon's toadies. The duty of an
American President is to execute the laws
not to guide the nation firmly. Those who
vociferously, and upon such grounds, de
luand the nomination of (Jen. Grant, are do
iuif their utmost to extinguish ail ho1K! of
llejmblicnu success. Harper's Weekly.
The cruel wretch of w nuriniftn
Dawkeye tries to deceive the public by say
ins one peculiarity of the National-Green-back
party is that, like a Ocorgia reirimcnt
it is composed entirely of leaders. "This,"
ays tho Iluwkeye, "explains the singular
fact that in the history of new indepcmlcut
parties, they always make quite us much
noise during the cauipuign us the oldest uud
biggest party on record, and never make
nny kind of a show nt the polls. Every man
in the new party is generally a candidate.
If he is not a candidate he expects some ap
pointive ulllce, and in either or any
case, he is always on the stump." This is
Blunder; for, while it is true that of the fifty
National-Grecnbackcrs in Cairo forty-four
and u half are leaders, they are not all can
didates for office. Some of our Nationals
aro in the party liecauso they actually be
lieve its doctrines as they understand them,
but no two of the Nationals understand the
doctrines of their party in the same way.
This cftn however make no difference either
to the leaders or their followers. They are
running a new party, and with or without
comprehension of its principles or purposes,
they ure in duty bound to be enthusiastic.
Hence the loud enthusiasm of Winter, Met
calf, Walters, Iloupt, Comings and Put Cor
coran. The Johnson County Journal says:
Ifcrlmo continue to iucrcaH! a It ha since the
editor of the Iliilletln commenced hie missionary la
bor In this county, until the democratic vote will
excel the Republican vol, the wild of Africa would
be a preferable pluce. A democratic (ruin In any
county. In a fair Index that crime and lnuortince are
oil the iucrcaie. If the lubor of the Bulletin In title
eectlon baa caurcd the Increase In the democratic
vote, he la rriponMblc for tuu crlma Hint followed
u a conrequeuce.
When we came to Southern Illinois crime
was rampant. Neither life nor property was
safe in any county in this part of the state,
excepting in Union, which was then the
only reliable Democratic couuty in Lower
Egypt. Rut crime has been gradually be
coming less frequent and the Democratic
vote has been gradually increasing. At
that time, only a few Democratic votes were
cast in Johnson, ami that county then had
no railroad, no telegraph, few churches,
bad schools. No man's life was safe within
its ltorders twenty-four hmtrs. But now
the Democratic vote is large, crime is disap
pearing, and Johnson lioasts of a railroad,
a telegraph, churches and a comparatively
good school system. We therefore conclude
that there is hope for Julmson yet. After
we have redeemed her from Radicalism she
will be as intelligent, law-abiding and well
developed a couuty ns there is in Illinois.
The Carbondale Observer, commenting
upon the charge that Cupt. Thomas collected
money for a client, and after retaining it for
years paid it when he became a candidate
for Congress to save himself from exposure,
'This l the peculiar tactic of the Cairo Hulletln.
and In Its fertile bruin originated thlnmenn. content-
tlble rlamler, The writer could have proven it a
He in two minutes If he wanted to. but there wan no
uch dedre. He knew he couldu't touch the char
acter of the boy-oldier but by a dnoned low-lived
tnalnuatiou aud he wa equal to the demands of his
jiarty. That'i your h!;b-toned paper!"
We wish to lie understood alxmt this
Thomas-Thomas collection scandal. We
deny thut The Bii.I.ktin charged or insin
uated that Capt. Thomas collected moneyand
used it in the dishonest manner above indi
cated, but wedidcall attention tothefaettliat
this churge hail been made against Cupt.
Thomas by members of his own party; und
Mr. J. T. Thomas of Cairo, for whom the
money was collected, a Republican who h:is
always voted straight, made the charge
ojienly on the street. We stated frankly we
did not believe Cupt. Thomas guilty of the
offense imputed to him, and expressed the
hope he would le able to clear his character
of the suspicion his Republican friends had
cast upon it for the purpose of defeating
his nomination. The Observer therefore
has done us an injustice by saying that the
lander originated with us. If the charge
is a slander it originated with some Radi
cal. We would prefer to conduct the pend
ing canvass on u discussion of political
issues before the people, und can be forced
into a personal warfare only by being at
tacked in this way by the Radical friends
of the Republican candidate for Congress.
The Radicals have the opportunity to deter
mine the character of the canvass.
The Illinois State Journal says:
The "true Inwardnem" of Illinois e tnnrracy i
IlluMratcd by the tiomlnutlon of Job Allen an the
Democratic eundldntu for CiiUKi-cra In the Kih
teenth Cairo DlMrlet, During the war Allen whi
one of the moit blatant Copperhead In the State
o blatant that he pot lilmm'lf Into "did State I'ric
on," whuro lie. Iinicnlhlied mvernl week, a Jeff
DavUdldi'ulii'cquciitly fur the aaiuu cause, at For
trem Monroe. Southern Illlnoln-uud especially
the Elchtventh HUlrlct-U full of I'nioii Soldier who
were perllliiu their live for Hie lioveriiieut while
Allen wu oppucliiK the ruuc for which they fought.
Some of them have acted in co operation with the
Democratic party of late yearn, but we ure auml
that they will not hrluj; dishonor upon the cauce fur
which they fout'lit by tupporllnK li old enemy.
They will prefer to vote for the, oldler Thomas,
rather than for the ".vmpathler" Allen.
Great injustice has been done to Mr. Allen,
und it is now possible hu may obtain a fair
hearing from the people. During the war
he was devoted to the Union, and no man
would have made greater sacrifices than he
to sustain tho government. Hut he refused
Ut endorse the Republican party and pro
tested against some of tho measures it saw
proper to adopt for the purpose of putting
down the rebellion. For instance, he ob
jected to arbitrary arrests, tho unconsti
tutional suspension of the writ of habeas
corpus, the establishment of u money for the
bondholders and another kind for tho peo
ple and tho creation of the national banking
I system. Uecuuso of his opposition to these
measures he became a marked nnni, und the
Republicans, without luw against law, jus
tice und tho sacred rights of an American
citizen arrested and imprisoned him. The
outrage was great, and tho people of this
district, Judge Allen's old neighlsirs, have
now, in the days of peace ami restored rea
son, an opportunity to rebuke the policy
that punished citizens for no crime but op
position to the Republican party. The
Republicans hope to induce a number of
Democrats to vote against Judge Allen and
for Cupt. Thomas, but they cannot do so.
Attacks upon Judge Allen, like that in
dulged in by the State Journal, will consol
idate the Democratic vote of tho district
and give him many a vote from the Repub
lican party. Democrats must not forget
that Judge Allen suffered because he advo
cated their principles, and Republicans of
this district who have an impulse to leave
their party will not be deterred from doing
so because Judge Allen was persecuted dur
ing the war for opinion's sake.
The Chicago Tribune says:
The Democrat of the Eighteen Cairo District
have thrown Ilartzcll overboard, ami nominated
Joh Allen. Ilartzcll I nerving hi first term.
The cause of his defeut Is said to ho the resolution
be Introduced lust session Into the House at;alusl
the payment of Hebel claim. This exaspera
ted the old Secesh element lu that district, who
determined to cut his throat, and nominate a man
w ho will not commit an Indiscretion or blunder of
that sort. The Democrats of the Eighteen district
were the worst sort of Copperheads during the War,
and have never been reconstructed. They are as
pro-slavery as the Rebel of South Carolina or Ml
slsslppl. They believe lu Stati Sovereignty und the
rlyhlof secession. They alw ay liked the Institu
tion of slavery, aud would vote to-morrow to re-establish
it. They love Jeff Davis, and would support
hint Buy day In )refcrence to Sam Tililen. They
want the Rebel claim paid, and think their South
ern bjethreii oil'ht to he compensated from the Na"
tlonal Treasury for the losses they sustained In the. r
abortive attempts to dismember the Vnlon. Such
are the Democrats who filing Hurtzell overboard for
lutrodudit that resolution iutoaDcmocrutlc house.
This utterance of the leading Republican
paper of the State shows how utterly reck
less tif truth the Republican party has be
come. Mr. Hurtell is not serving his first
term. He has been elected twice, a fact the
Tribune ought to know. He was not nom
inated because under the unwritten law of
the party two terms is the limit of consecu
tive service from this district, unless a mem
ber should in some way particularly distin
guish himself. The Democrats of the Eigh
teenth district are the most loyal men in
the United States, and the Tribune knew it
was uttering a malicious falsehood when it
said "they love Jeff Davis and would sup
port him in preference to Sain Tilden."
They do not want the Southern claims paid
and do not think the Southern people ought
to be compensated from the National Treas
ury for the losses they sustained during the
war. On the contrary, the Democrats of the
Eighteenth District are to a man opposed
to the payment of rclx-l claims. The as
sertion that the Democrats of tin's district
were as pro-slavery us the rebels of South
Carolina or Mississippi may be true, be
cause in the days of slavery they were led
y John A. Logan. Rut of this we tire
certain, in no part of the country have
the War Amendments to the United
States constitution been more heartily ac
quiesced in than in this district, In good
faith the Democrats have accepted all the
results of the war, und the negroes unions
us ure kindly treated and receive every pos
sible encouragement. We have suc
ceeded in wijiing out of thcDcmiKTutic mind
of this district the foolish prejudices that
were implanted in it by Mr. Logan and
other leaders of his kind; and we take
great pleasure in saying, Judge Allen now
occupies, upon nil the questions that grew
out of the war, the same position we do.
He is a Prosrressive Democrat.
"LET US HEAR HIS NAME."
If there is nny more able or consistent ad
vocate of the rights and interests of the la
boring musses in Illinois than Josh Allen,
let us hour his name.
Cnrbondale Free I'res.
The nomination of T. W. Hulliday and
T. T. Robinson by the representative con
vention Tuesday, proves to be ssisl'actory to
"ABILITY, LEARNING AND HON
ESTY." Carbondale Free Press,
Secure in the affections of the people, and
their faith in his ability, learning and hon
esty, Judge Allen need have no fears of the
"ONE DEMOCRATIC RONDHOLDER."
Johnson County Yeoman.
We understand there is one Democratic
landholder in our couuty who says be is
going to vote the Republican ticket lie
cause tho Democrats favor the taxing of
"BY 1,000 MAJORITY."
Egyptian Eree Press.
No better or available man than Judge
Allen could have been nominated. It suits
the Democrats all alike. Now let all hands
Democratic do their duty, and Judge Allen
will I leeted to Congress in November by
"BUT HIS NAME."
Representative Small, colored, of South
Carolina, has been sentenced to the petti
Hit fury for complicity In tho carpet-bag
frauds in that state. His case being before
the Stato Supreme Court on appeal, he Is
improving his time by working for a re-election
to congress. There evidently is
nothing small about him but his name.
"AND WE WILL DO IT."
Johnson County (ieriniin.
D.T. Lincgur, in his speech at Joneslxtro,
said: "Let the Republican party send their
hordes of speakers into this district their
Logans, their Oglesbys, etc. Wo have
enough able speakers iii this district to meet
them and drive them back, and we will do
"HOPE HE MAY GET IT."
Mr. O. A. Darker, of Vienna, w-qs about
town last week. Mr. Darker is an nmili
cunt for the position of Circuit Judge,
made vacant by the appointment of Judge
Baker to the Supremo Bench, and wo hope
he may get it.
"WHERE HE WILL GO TO FIND HIM."
If any greenbuck man wants n better
grcenbucker than Hon. Wm. J. Allen, we
do not know where he will go to find him.
If there is any better representative of, or
friend to, the masses in this congressional
district than Judge Allen, we tkTnotknow
where to look for him.
Puducah (Ky.) News.
The nfl'itir in Ballard county is a small
matter compared with outrages and mur
ders that are being committed in Illinois
aud Indiana, aud if the authorities of those
stutes will attend to the punishment of their
own critnintils, Kentucky will nttend to the
u ires t and punishment of lien witlKiut any
prompting from the Metropolis Journal.
Judge Allen was advocating the Green
back doctrine and people's rights, the
principles of the obi Jetfersonian Democra
cy, when uioxt of the modern Greenback
lights who are endeavoring to ride into
office on their recently adopted hobby,
were voting with the Radical party for con
traction of the currency ami liondholdcrs'
rule, and he litis been consistently true to
the interest of the people ever since.
New Yoiik, July 2'). Superintendent
Jones, of the house of refuge, says it is the
cheap weekly story papers that make bud
Uiys. It is related that when the four little
boys who placed stones on the New York
Elevated railroad were in the tombs await
ing examination, they showed much anxiety
alxitit their record as adventurers. When
questioned by a visitor as to the influciicVs
thut caused their corruption, they admitted
that bad story papers and hooks had much
to do with it. Most runaway children
have been reading these stories of adventure.
Alsatian bows are worn on dresses,
hats and slippers.
Yellow, in all its many ugly shades,
continues in favor.
Captain .Teaks is writing a new edition
of "That Wife of Mine."
Talmudgc is swinging his arms and
legs at Martha's Vineyard.
The Hotel Mail says it is a weiss beet
that knows its own schooner.
Some of the large New York facto
ries have bath-rooms for their hands.
White Maltese luce is greatly in de
mand for fichus ami neck ornaments.
Drap d'Almu is one of the most elegant
materials for mourning suits.
There will be ."lO.ooo.iioO moie lush
els of wheat harvested than in 1ST".
I5 iiilii(?.ncs trimmed with crap in fiat
folds ute suitable for ti r-t mourning.
The Springfield Republican says "it is u
mark of gciiiiis to perspire freely."
Open work striped putistes arc very
stylish and require but little trimming.
Organdie muslin plaitings are used on
shade bats to give them a dressy MpDcar
uiice. New and cool-looking neckties for
men are of white pique, in the Stanley
Seaside htits ure trimmed with broad
galloon, with a gay wing on the left side of
At every birth in Eugene Dale's family
Father-in-law Zach Chandler sends a check
The Iiritish residents of Sun Francisco
are moving to present a silver brick to Lord
Many grenadines are made over col
ored linings. They ure designed especially
for house wear.
Street gloves of kid are of nmstregray,
and have two buttons; lisle thread have
only oue button.
New white dressees are trimmed with
the new colored Valenciennes lace, and
are very handsome.
Within the past five years a one-legged
veteran in Boston, named Jas. Russell,
has rescued three persons from drowning.
Socialism has seventy-five periodicals
in Germany with HI'lOOO subscribers, each
one more rampant und aggressive than the
Swallowing a picc! of ice restored the
speech of Miss May Fower, of Edinburgh,
I ml., lost after sickness several months ago.
Nobling, the man who attempted to
ussussinute the Emperor William, is noted
as having been all through lifu selfish,
mean uud cowardly.
A greut many correspondents are "(ell!
ing us what it will cost to go to the Paris
cxKisition this summer, but they enn't tell
us where to get the money.
Will somebody mention tho nnme of a
tribe of Indians which has never troubled
the government? We desire to send each
of the braves, squaws, and piqtooscs a val
Every cotton factory in the South is
Tho crops in tho prairie section of Ala
bumu tiro a failure,
Henry Jones (colored), near Atlanta,
beat his ten-year-old boy to d
A uiuu by thu nume of Blizard is a can
didate for Governor of Tennessee.
Catharine, a beautiful little duughter
of Gen. Shelley, died at Talladega, Ala.
Columbus Alexander, whom General
Jfiinton challenged, is over 00 years old.
The General is 55.
ONLY ELEVEN KATAI. CASKS VKT REPORTED
AT KKW OKI.KANS.
New Orleans, July 20. The weather
was somewhat cooler yesterday, and a re
freshing shower fell The olliciul report of
the Wmrd of health to the surgeon general
of the marine at Washington, published to
day, gives the number of yellow fever
cases at twenty-one, eleven of which have
proved fatal. The disease bus not reached
any alarming proportions, aud there are no
apprehensions of it Iwcoining an epidemic.
Its origin is supposed to lie endemic.
excitement at VICKSnt ltO.
VicKsniiio, July 20. There is some ex
citement here growing out of two deaths
from yellow fever one here in the hospi
tul put off by the steamer John Porter,
und the other on a bout and returned here
for burial.' There is another in the hospi
tal not expected to live, lie has tho bluck
vomit now. These all came from New
Orleans on the towlsiat Porter, on the way
AT NEW ORLEANS.
New Oki.ea.ns, July 20. To-day has
been clear und hot; maximum thermometer
ninety -one. The official report to-day gives
the total numlx r of yellow fever cases iipto
a o'clock p. m. ut fifty-seven, nn increase of
fourteen sine; yesterday. Of these cases
seventeen have already proven fatal. There
have been two deaths in the past twenty
The members of the Potter Louisiana sub
committee left for the north last evening.
Washington, July 20. The surgeon in
charge of the marine hospital at New Or
leans, in a dispatch to the supervising gen
eral of the marine hospital service, reiorts
thirty-seven cases of yellow fever Up to 3
o'clock to-duy and seventeen deaths.
A SCAUK AT NEW TOllK.
. New York, July 20. To-day a man
named Ferris was removed to Be I lev ue
hospital, supposed to be suffering from
yellow fever. lie died after lieiug admitted.
A post mortem was held, which several of
the leading physicians of the city attended
und showed thut death was caused by
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
S'fliATTOX fc BIRD,
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER COM P'Y
W. Stkatto.n. Cairo. T. Bum, Missouri.
CRAI.V, FLOUR AXD HAY.
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wlicut.
INKLE, T IIISTLKWOOD
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission MorcliantH,
No, las and 137 Commer- 1 flt,.n Ttto
clal Avenue ) vAIHO, ILLS.
rlREHAL Advancement mnde on Consignment
J of Tobacco, l-'lour and Drain.
A It. Carbon,
Pey tenia Cannol
Orders for Coal by the car-load, ton or
la hogsheads' for Hliipiiient promptly at
tended to. To largo consumers and all
inanufiu:turer8 we arc prepared to sup
ply any quantity, by the month or year,
at uniform rates. ;
' Ofllre on wharf hoat. foot of 8lth Street t oftlftinf
Ilallldar Brothers, opposlla Nt. Charles llolrl;
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street: Coal Dump, foot
of 1'Lirtletb struct; I'ostoOkn drawer .
HOOT AND M10E MAKERS.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercial Aveniio, liet
blxtu and rlevcuth ta.
r-AKr.NiH'aaura lu aunoiincineto Ills patrons and
L thu pnlillc iiunerally that he has recently received
.. M.,.-r .hu iiiwp, r:i,-,.i sun k ui l.euiliers 01 t'VCrV
description ever liroiiKht to this eltv. All work li
his Hue eioriited promptly antl in die best manner.
Entire satisfaction irlven hi every Insinnre. prleea
reasonable A cordial Invitation extended toull to
call aud examine uoodn and learu prices.
The Cairo Box anil Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Etc
At tbe very lowest rates.
Having; a Heavy Stock of Loirs on Hand,
We ar prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
Ou the shortcuts once.
SPECIALTY mail of KTEA.MFtOAT f.t'MREH,
i V We also m.nufiu lure KRl'l'l'jltoXM ATKItl A I.S
Cracker, Candy, Packing lloies, titavua, Headings
rpo THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
Wiieiieai. The County Board of Alexander coun
ty have uutler advisement a proposed ehanire of thu
election precincts in said rmintv, all parties liav
Itilt any suentlous or petitions to oflrr in r'Vnrd to
the same arc herehv requested to tile the same ly
the September session of said hoard.
SAMl'KL J. Ill MM. County Clerk .
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clothing1 House in this City;
are rcceiviinf now Goods daily ami are
offering great bargains in themost hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, (aslimeres, Lou
rettes, and a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
w call and. nee their stock.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
OF 1-' I CK :
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
Is now Prepared
To Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
Orm AKD IlofsB AT THE Crrr IllltwrilT.
Ice I .1 co, I Too !
YOCUM it SERBIAN,
CORNEU EIGHTH STREET, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
At the corner of EMit street and Ohio Levee, wo
are. now prepared lo till orders for pure Luke. Ice at
reasonalilu prices and In qualities of from tea
pounds tocar load lots and will KUaranteu to carry
our disomies tlimunh the sensou. Leave orders, at
the old stand. ,
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
Tbo (treat celebrity of our TIN TAG TOBACCO
has ransed many Imitations thereof to bo plm cd ol
tlio market. W therefore caution all iticwers
utfiiltist purchnslng such Imitations,
All dealers buying nr eelllng other pliitf tobacco
licurlnija hard nr metallic Unci, render tliemsclves
liable, to tlio penalty of the luw, mid all persons Vio
lating ntir trade mark are punshnlilu by flue and
Imprisonment. See act of Congress, Aiiir. M. IMTfl. J
TlK'KcnulnoLORKILAKD TIN TAO TOI1ACCO
enn he dletliutulshcd by a TIN TAO un each lump
with thu word LOItKILAKD sliiinped tberenti.
Over 7.0HH tons tobacco told In 1H',7, aud nearly
8.IHI0 persons employed lu factories.
Taxes pnlit OXivc rjituioil In tsTi, about SfllAaV
and during' int 19 years, over 'jn,(KM,0(H.
These goods sold by all Jabber nt manufacturers'
UrTTlio TIN TAO SMOKING TOBACCO U
"second to uoue" lu aroma, mllduuss, purity uud