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'America Aheiulln Spool Cot ion."
tlisi tb Jury on Cotton textile, yarn and thread.
l I'arln Ksitmltln. ttecrotsd m Gold Medal and
Griidi'rltothWllllmatlc Minn Company fur
"Spool Cotton especially adapted for oho on lowing
irichliie,"ovcr all the great thread manufacture
of the world, we own ll a a duty to the public and
loM(ir. J. A P. Coal to announce that.
No Grand Prizes were decreed at Paris
for Spool Cotton.
W are ailviaed by Cable of the following awarda :
."UP. COATS, (iOLI) MEDAL
Mlliiuutic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and we claim for the winner of the First Prlxe
that, a they have mlabll.hcd lu Rhode Island the
large.t Spool Cotton Mllla lo (he United Slate,
where their Spool Cotton la manufactured throngh
every pruccs from the raw cotton to the tlnlahcd
p'ul. America, aa represented by J. & p. COATS,
It M)I ahead In Spool Cotton.
Sul Agint In New Vork for
- 4. 4 P COATS.
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. cTi,4 qm'IH ant rxniltnf v 4 lHil eAur.
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Insure Against Accidents.
I H'.'t aq Accident Ticket or Yearly Policy In the
At Local Aqreuoy or Hallway Stations
Loafer and other encafMl la tht form.
Ii'-g il tijiim or orchotima ituruld ttai tut
nr ii.'w u)wiiuid Kmv
't rUnd and Orsha. '
t. reiuit'U-,aiia eou.
L.mii Hrgiiii cnini.
if ul ltl and meat approved atyl of In-
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HUM ft HKALT.8ulnd MonrecgtaChlcaiq,
.7J" to Agcm canvassing rr the rinr.aiiia
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Vl KKHV, Augusta, Maine
iirFANn I APIIS, with name. 10c., plain or wild.
-"Ageiita outfit. Mr. : ,ul.-a. Hull 4. to,
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A GOLD MKDAL
but been h warded at the Parix Exliibi
rioaof 1K7 to
O. JNT. T.
grated for linvr stron?, elastic, ami of
I lniiurm strenirtli. It has been awarded
!mdaLat thetrreut exHrsitions,froin the
Irst at Park in 1 Kr.", to tin- Ceiitt nuial
tt Philadelphia in UiTti. In this eoiin-
fry Markn o. . I, ,Sjhm)I (otton is
Utilflv ktinwn in mII Mccttiiiw fur itii Sn-
l rior Kxeclleni-4 in Miuhine and hand
M'whiir. Iliflr nulls at Newark. . J.,
Iiml I'uitalov Suw.fliinfl nrn tliA larrrtLi
md most tuinilete tu the world. The
iiure proeess m mamirartnriii? s eon-
liiicttsl It II ll f r till' lliiist l'iillililili mid
I arc-fill NUfK'i'visiiin. mid Kiev clitlni fur
I heir American production at least an
(UhI merit to thitt prodiicetl in l'lii-li'V
S'O GUAM) PKI.KS were awarded at
hiiv u ri jr l:tl fit M n ikiii lift tu tlu iiimrl.
Ian public that they have been awarded
j, ii if .i.i i.: .1. . . i
f'loiu .ni'iiai, iM-inir nit' niiriii'M awaru
iTen furSix-Cord Spool Cotton.
dt'oi'e A. (.lark & lu'otlior.
ViO llroitdway, New York.
'Viow of Marriage!
kc-v- a i xr a (iuldc to Wedlock and
Y 3 L rt-nfltlfnttiil trcutta on the
uuiit a ui umrriad aim luc
AND cauae that unfit fur It: the
r A 1? PI AflV1""1' f Heproductlon and
WYUl.WlIli,hl. , (., f Women. A
lk for private, coiiaiderate naUlnri, W PKe,
ie Ul Cent.
A PHIVATE MKDICAL ADVISKHI
Ir all dlaordcre of a private nature arlalni fmm
l.f abuc, rxcraaea. or am ret diwaai a. w ith the beet
haut of cure, I a rue pairi-a. lime 90 renta
A cllnlial Iwture ou the above diaeaae aud thoae
the throat, litnua. calarrb, runture, the opium
lilt. etc.. nrhti iu centa.
iKIlber hook wnt poat pald on receipt of prke: 01
i mn-e, couiaiuiii); ;v page, ueauiuuii,r uiuaira
!. for 73 renta.
lAddreaalilt. HCTTM. No. W S. th at.. St. I.oula
0 CUKE NO FEE ! !n", tii
lapltal, 1H7 Kat Waahlneton aired, C'hli ajo. for
! cure oi an privaiu, curonic anu apiM-iai uiai-nava.
Milium .irinBm.ntU. ..it Or ll la auraitualM
.be Itefurin School, and uaea tin mereurv; baa the
aifcal prariirn in ine t lllieil nmiea. i.auih rv
i rill u ireainicni, wnn noine aim ooaro, run ur
l:u'. Kverv convenience for pallenta . Menu any
uta for MAHltlAliK (H II)K! i74 paifi-a llluatral
Marrled ladleaandiieiilleuien aend fifty centa
Mmpleof rulihi-r ((iK)da and circular of import-
ll luformallon ny expreaa. I. ntiaullatuiu true aua
nlldeiiUal. Kellable Female IMIIr " a Iwt.
ERVOUS DEBILITY, h,ru02
Id. Inaanl vitality, lircinaturc weakneaa, enerra-
In of uilnd aud body, dlaorder of thn drain and
Poua evatem, ami miaenea rcaiiittnn umreiroin,
dlly cured hy IIATKS' HPKl'IKlC. Prfiarcd
an ellllllellt puvalriau; ji a cae, mr i; aiiiu iit
rlfElata. tror cirruiar wnn mil pariieiuara, Bu
rn 1K. IIATKS, m Slate atrwt. Chlcaito, 111.
A AHAI.AHY. Permanent aalnaineu want
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I L 1 1 J 1M The OriRlnal and only ahaolute
"rum HimiiI atamn for book on
Ilum Kiting, to W, U. Hquiru, Worthlntou,
ke advi'Jtlaer. a relink nhvalrlan. havlnv nrov-
liillally dlacnnired, while a Medical Mlaalonary
aaouinurn Aaia, a very aimple vegntatile remedy
Bine apeeoy aim nermanoni cure oftHinaumpllon.
hina, nrnnruiiia, v atnrrn, and all throat and
It alTiM'tlona, alao t pnaltlve and radical apoc.lflc
iNervoua llehlllty, I'rematiiro llerar, and all
I'voua CointilalntH, fmda It hit dutr to make II
liwn to the atifferltiit fellowa. Actuated ti tlila
Jllte, he will i heiH-fully aend (free of charirel lo
Iwtmueaireit, tue neipr ror preparltiR, and full
clloua fur auirrwaflillf ualrnr thla nrnvlilentlallv
l-orer-xl ninalr Thrnui ailinwlah la avail tlieni.
e urine ti ni ofUila dlacovery without coal
go en uy nnurn rruui, n? annrewlii)j, wnn
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' Cairo liulletln, Cnlro. IllinoU."
JNO. II. OliKKLY. C.eneral Maucr.
The little Eagle No. 2 parsed up for St.
(.'apt. Hilly I'liillips ttrrived by rail from
New Orleans yesterday.
Tin; Belle St. Ixiui.s and Joe Kinuey jias
e 1 up late Wcdiieeday niglit.
The Biille Mi.inpliis paswid up at 0 o'clock
lat night with a light trip.
Harry Crane, clerk of the IWle Memphis,
went to St. Louis by rail last niglit.
Pilots say there are now more snags be
tween Cairo and Memphis, than has been
known for years.
(barley Owen arrived from Cincinnati,
yesterday, and succeeds Joe McC'ullougb
as pilot of the Buuin.
Captain Henry Gcrean of the Erantvillc &
Henderson Truti: fer Co., is in the city on
buHiicss connected with his line.
Ed Donnelly looks well after a so-joura
east the past summer, and appears in condi
tion to bold the Donnelly down during the
The Stc. Genevieve put 350 tons aboard
the Helena, yesterday, which loaded the
latter to the water. The Genevieve re
turned to St. Louis yesterday.
AV. It. McCullougb retires from the office
of the .Ionic Harry, and assumes charge of
that of the I'.uth. (Vil. Moore, formerly
of the J. AV. Gaff, euccceding him in the
Josie Harry's office.
The Andy Baum enme up early yesterday
m iming, with a fair trip. Joe McCullough,
one of her pilot, returns from litre to Au
gusta, Ark., t take charge of the Ruth, in
Cie Memphis and White river trade.
The A. C. Donnally arrived at 1 p. ni.
yesterday, and ail led liberally. She got
away at dark. We were glad to notice that
Capt. Hart has regained the use of his voice,
which, although still slightly weak, is im
The Stmlieiim, Evansvillc Jt Henderson
passenger transfer packet, has established
her reputation fur speed, having passed the
Silverthorn under way between Henderson
and Granville. Col. Silverthorn, of the
Journal, reluctantly admits.
Capt. Henry Drown, formerly of the Gol
den Crown, has command of the (.nag-lxint
Woodruff, now at our wharf. She is one of
the driest furnished lioats on the rivers.
Her engine room is a paragon of beauty,
and Capt. Drown is just the man to success
fully indulge iuthe dentistry business with
tools of that character.
The Corona passed down late Wednesday
night, with a big trip. She made slight
additions here. Her pilot reports five feet
of steamboat water on the chain. She hung
several hours near Jackson rock, aud was
obliged to lighten over. She will run in
Ouchita river from New Orleans. Capt.
Sweeney, formerly of the Fanchon, has
WORK OS Til V. 011ANI) CHAIN WHAT IS TO
HE IXINK, AM) TUP. MANNER IX WHICH
IIIHAM IIII, I, IS POtNO IT A I)KY SIIJJKCT
TRKATKO IN AN 1NTKHKHTIN0 MANNER,
iKrani the t'adticah Dally Sun.)
At the last session of congress an appro
priation of 50,000 was made for the im
provement of that very serious obstruction
to the navigation of the lower Ohio the
Grand Chain. This is a bed of rooks some
where in the neighborhood of one hundred
miles in length, The formation is of lime
stone interspersed with flint and, on the
surface, extremely hard. After penetrating
down a distance of two or thrco feet,
however, it is senmed and perforated in every
direction. Resting on, or forming a part of
this immense chain of stone, are a series oi
ledges, in some instances appearing above
the aurfaco of the water at moderately low
tide. These "boulders," if the word de
scribes them, havo long been tho terror of
river men; and many a valuablo steamer,
bargo and tlat-lxiat has been wrecked upon
them when tho water was "up."
The chain being, as it is, only some 20
miles abovo tho conjunction of tho Ohio and
Mississippi, it, at certain seasons of tho year,
blockades the ontlro river against anything
but boats of tho lightest dranght.
Tho war department, in pursuance of the
uet of Congress, commenced excavating on
the chain some time in last August. Capt.
Phillip Golay, the engineer in chnri?',,Cnpt.
Hiram Hill, superintendent of the Hill
Working Company, nro doing tho work.
Tho formation of the rocks of the
"Chain" has already been described, and it
CAIRO BULLETIN-: FlfoAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1878.
U thought best to dispense with tho tjli
OUS and old-time methmlanf niicmtimr Ith
drill aud gunpowder. The explosivo aiiit
iiseii is wnai is auown as Hercules po
iwniiaiiy dynamite a preparatlo
nitro glycerine. Its, power is simply
rifle. A half-pound cartridge, placet
the ton of a rock, with the
as "tamping" will fracture it, so Hint i'iig-
Ilients sometimes weiflilr.rr mnnv tnnu aim
l easily removed with 'lie assistane of
the powerful machinery in use.
The "diver" goes to the bed of the rvcr
and slowly feels alwut the obstruction or
rock-for it is as dark as Erebus down
there and, tying a small line at the puce
where he desires to niako his blast, (so tint
he can And it again), returns to tho bar,
takes tho cartridge or uioro propclly
speaking, 'torpedo' and groping his wty
hack by the aid of his line, puts it where
it will "do tho most good" on the top r
side of the rock signals and is pulled bade
to the Ixmt again. This torpedo, it shouli
be stated here, is connected with a power
fill voltaic buttery on the boat by meaiM
of wires; the battery is put in motion ami
Wmng" a huge column of water is slut
into the air, the rock is split in twain and
the work is not done, because tho diver is
compelled to return andattach.clminb to tie
fragments by which they are elevttcd to
the deck by a crane, and thence transferred
to a barge alongside.
Tho work is necessarily slow and 'cdiou
from the repeated trips tho diver is com
pelled to make, and from the fact that he
must handle each fragment of the rock sep
arately, and do it alone.
Since the commencement of tbe work in
August, some 275 cubic yards have been
removed. "Jackson Rock," one of the most
serious obstructions, has been blown to
pieces, and work is now going on upon the
"Arkansas Rock," or ledge. A portion of a
sunken coal barge 6till remains in the
neighborhood of the -'Jackson Rock,''
and it is feared, n bar is forming close by.
The object of blowing out the "Arkansas
rock ' is, to take advantage of the current,
and construct a new channel at this par
ticular point. The plan is to build a dyke,
or wing, alwut a milu in length here, anil
thereby create more current to drive away
any sand formations that may take place
after the rock has been excavated.
In addition to the dam spoken of, which
will "run in" near "Arkansas rock" anoth
er similar dyke will be built below. It is
hoped by the engineers who made the sur
vey that these tlykes and improvements will
do for the "Grand Chain" what the im
provement on the Rock Island rapids, on the
Mississippi, have accomplished for thai
difficult place for pilots render it safe and
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IM ALL ITS IPABTmWT8
IK eOTTTUBUK II.L.1N01B.
Are not advortlaed a ' core all" hut are .pIln l
the di-t aaea for which they are recommendc:.
IN VESTIGATORS of natural clenro have demeit
X tratt-d beyond controven-y that throughout lh
animal kingdom the anrvlval of tho filteat" ie the
only law vourhaaflngthiift and perpetuity. Doe not
the same principle govern the commercial prcMperltr
of man f An inferior can not auperede apuri
article. By reaon of auperlor merit Dr. Pierre'
Standard Medicine have outrivaled all other
Their ale In the United Stale alone exceed one
million Uollara per annum, whllo the amount i-
Rnrted root up to aevernl hundn-d thousand move,
o busmen could grow to auch gigantic prop
liona aud ret upon auy other basl than that
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
lit cure extendi over a period of year.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Ita sile conatautly increase.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure by it mild, aoothlng effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure cold In head and Cutarrh, or O.oena.
An Open Letter :--It Speaks for Itself.
RorKrwr. Mas., April t, lfrfT.
Mr. Editor: Having read In your paper the re
Son of the remarkable cure of catarrh, I am la
med to tell what t kuow about catarrh, and I fan
cy the "enur' and "Inhaling tube" makera mere
dollar grehbere-would be glad If they could cmhta,
xon a similar euro In the paper. For tweutv yeara
I have tuffered with catarrh. The naaal passage
became completely closed. Sunn", dust, ashe. in
haling tube and stick would not work, though at
Intervals I would muff up the so-called catarrh snut
until I became a valuable tester for auch medicine.
I gradually grew wajrse, aud no one can know how
much I suffered or w bat a miserable being waa. Mr
head ached over my eye so that I wa confined t
my bed for many successive dava. suffering the moat
V'cne pain, which at one time laateri for ItW honra.
All sense of Uste aud smell gone, ight and hearing
gone, nervou eystcm shattered aud conntitntino
oroken, aud I waa hawking and spitting eve
eighth of tn time. I prayed for death to relic
me of my aulTerlug. A favorable ntlco lu your
paper of Dr. Sage' Catarrh Remedy Induced nic to
Sun-bane a package and nae It with Dr. Sage' nasal
ouche, which opplle the reinedv bv hydrostatic
pressure, the only way compatible with' common
ene. Well. Mr. Editor, It did not cure me in three
fourth of a second, uor in one hour or month, hut
In leu than eight mluuto I wa relieved aud ia
three month cured and havo remained o for over
Id month. While uing the Catarrh Remedv I ncd
Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery to piirifv mv
blood and atreugthen my atomach. 1' also kept r.y
liver active aud bowel regular bv the use of hia
Pleasant Purgative Pellets. If my experience will
Induce other ttifferera to aeek the same means of re
lief, thla Inter will have answered It purpose.
Yours trulv. S. I). KENN1CK.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named person are amoug the
thousands who have been cured of catarrh Bv tu
ue of Dr. Saue Cutarrh Remedy;
A K Down, New Geneva, Pit: I) J Brown St J
eph, Mo; E C Lewis, ltutlatid Vl; t hus Norcrnsj.
North Chestorlleld. Me; Milton .lone, Scrlhn. N V;
J K Miller. Ilrldger Station, Wv; J V Merrymsn,
M M Post, Logntiaport, Ind; J V Bnllev, Tremont,
Pu: H U Avers. Laporte, Ind; Jesao M 'Seur. Port
llninili, luil; L 1. Wlllluina, I'nnton. Mo; W W
Thuyir, Oniinta, III; S It Nichol. Jr. Galveston,
Tex; K Kelnurt, Stonevillo. Pa; S W Lusk, McKar
Inuil. Wl; Johnson Wllllnma, HelmUk.t); Mr M
A Curry, Trenton, Tenn; J G Joslln. Keeue, N II;
A .1 Casper, Tab'e ItiH'k, W Va; Louis Audera,
Uravaport, O; C II Chwe, Klkbart; lud; Mr Una
ry llnigbt. San Kra;c.lsco, Cal: Mr E M Giilluslia,
l.awreucevllle. N Y; W J Graham, Ailel, In; AO
Smith, Newman, Gu; Cha E Hice. Ilaltiinori!. Md;
Jfsae M Siars, Carlisle, lud: Han II Miller. Fort
Wayne, lud; Mm Minulo Anmise. M Dn'.ancy-at.
N Y ; H W Hall. Hustings'. Mich; Win F Maraton,
Lowell, Ma: Mr CJ Ktmrton. Camden. Ala: V 9
Kaw. Prederlcktown, O; Mr Lucv Hunter. Farm
ngtou. III: C'ept E J Spauldlng, Cainn Stain banirh.
Vty; I Vt Tracy, Steamboat Rock, lo; Mr I.ydia
Waite. Shushan, N Y ; J M Peck, Junction City.
Mont; Henry Roe' Bantu. Oil: L P Cuinminc,
nnuiuui, tu; o r. uune. ruenesiou. rour t oriier,
N Y; t.co r" Hall, Kbonlo. Cal; Win F. Uartrie,
Sterling Paj n P Sam. (lib penn t. Pittsburg,!'; i
R Jbi kman. Mlsuel'a Depot, Ky; Uenry Zohlst, Gen
eva, N Y; Rattle. Parrot, Montgomery, Ohio; I. Lcid
work, Chatham, 111 j 8 B McCoy, Nashport, 0; W W
Warner, North Jackson, Mich: Mary A Wlnne, Dav
rlen, Wis; John Zleglcr, Carllau Spring, Pa; Ja
Tompkins, St Cloud, Minn; Enoch Duer, Pawnr
Cltv, N.a, Joseph T Miller, Xenla, O; ti B Nlcaola.
Galveaton, Tex; U L Laird. Upper Alton, III; John
Davl Pnwcott, Arizona: Mr Nancy Graham, For
eat Grove, Oregon; J W Roberta, Maricopa, Ari
zona. Golden Medical Discovert
Itfaltcratlve, or blood-cleaming.
Goldkx Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovkbt
I i Cholagogue, or Liver Stimulant
Golden Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
By reaaon of It alterative properties cure diet
of the blood aud skin, aa ecrofula or king' evil ; tu.
more; ulcer, or old orei blotche; plmpletr
and eruption. By virtue of It pectoral properti
It cures bronchial, throat and lung affection ; Incip
ient consumption: lingering cough and chronic
laryngitis. It cholagogue qualllle render It an nm
equaled remedv for liillouatiesN, torpid liver, or "liv
er complnluti" and Ita tonic pmpertie make It
equally utHcacluU lu curing iudlgestlou, loss of B
petite and dyapepala.
Where the skin I sallow and covered with blotch
aud pimple, or where there are erofulou aflec
Hons anil i welling, a few hotllea of Golden Medical
Discovery will effect an entire cure. If yon frl
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have aallow color of aktat,
or yellowish-brown apot on face or body, freqnrat
headache or dlulnes. bad taste In month. Internal
heat or chill alternated with hot flnane, low pixttr
and gloomy forebodings, Irregular appetite ja4
tongue coated, you ara euflurtug from torpid Hr
or blllouane. In many case of liver compIaJhat
only part of these symptom are experienced. Aa a
remedy for all such case. Dr, Pierce'e Oolden Medi
cal Discovery b no eqnal, a It nncta perfect curaa,
leaving tht (Ivor atrengthened and healthy.
The People's Medical Servant.
DR. R. V. PIEROli
1 the aoU proprietor and minnrtctarer tk W
rolng remedle, all of which ara (aid r
H I also lb antbor of th People Common Baaa)
Medical Advlmir, a work of nearly on thoriaawaat
page, with two hundred and eighty-two wood -
graving and eolorod pitta. U ha alroady toM at
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