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! havlne been widely udvertlkPd under llt
"America Ahead in Spool Cotton."
I 'he Jury on Cotton textiles, varna anil thread.
Dm PbHh Exposition, deemed Gold Medal arid
and PrUe to the Wllllmalld Linen Com nsnv fur
tiool Col toil CsUedallv ailkDli'd fur nu nn lining
acuities," over all ttic jrcat throud manufactures
ine wowa, wo owe it as duty to tbo public and
.ith. j . x p. Lonln to announce (hat.
oCiritud Prize wore, decreed at Pari
for Spool Cotton.
W are advised by Cable of the following awards:
. & P. COATS, GOLD MEDAL
'illinuttli! Linen Co., Silver Medal.
id we claim for the winner of the Fimt 1'rUo
it, pa they have established In Khode Inland the
Meat Hiiool Cotton Mill In i tin United Htatca.
hire their Spool Cotton lit manufactured through
nr procuss from the raw cotton to tha finished
no), America, a represented hy J.i J'. COATS,
m il ah' ml In HjmmiI Cotton.
Hole Agents lu New York for
J. A I' ('OATH.
t.aHl Ai.m m.M riKui liiHjtlilon for
4 fwi-M .-,.1 nrtilmn n il lutHf
IMS -5 aJ Tin bell WbMCO
rm a,l. a imr liks .trip tr.1fm.rk U eltst
tai-Ur1 Inferior rwil Mn thai Jitkmn't Hmmt m
ti'ir. ria Lr sil assist, hfim fir urnpu
:m, to (.. A .anuo A Co.. Mfr... I'ft rtlxjig ,
JEFOUE YOU START
Insure Against Accidents.
t tu Accident Tlikt or Yearly Policy lu the
U Local Atreiiey or Railway Klatioim.
iAm and other nnnd In the forma.
kiq of biiO or orehMirM should semi fur
Ur IICWUrKrllHITO cav-
:. tuml sod Orelis.
U nrquii'U-s. anil cot.
t,in rlrmnt tno-rav-
14.1 or 1 no iii; im runt approved atria of In
truinBiiU bow in m Mailed fri-a. Atldretl
LYO." IIUALY.fiunaand Monroe Bit, Chicago,
"A DAY to Agents canvassing for the Fmr.sirir.
I 1-1T. nt. terms ami otitnt Irco. Address, I'
' O. VH KKhV. Angtista. Main-.
"FA Si Y i'A I'll1, with name, inc.. plain o gold.
'Ai.i. ..Mtiii, n... -i rt.:.- Hull A Co.,
j!m, N .
" (.'hpunii rnrd. ciipn! inotl . fluwer. &r. No
'-.no aiik-. wilii n.uu:. pit. .Nu lard Co ,
an. N Y.
V GOLD MEDAL
m Imm ii Hwanli'il at the Talis ExliiM
ir.of tliTl! to
O. N. T.
t Six-Conl SjhmiI Cotton, It is rele
rttej for tM-inir Ktronz, elitstic. ami of
lil'oriu -Hfinrtli. It Ims liecn awunlcd
cilaNut the treat exMitiiitis, frotn the
t at rai ls. 111 1 :... to the lenteimial
i'liilaileliihia in lHTti. In this roun-
v ( lark's O. .. T. SikmiI Cotton is
iilelv known in all sections for its Sn-
rior Hxcellenee in Maeliine ami haml
wiiiL'. Their mills at Newark. N. J
id I'aMey, Scotlaml, are the laire-t
i'l inwt eoirijilete in the world. The
lire jiroeexs or inanufa tilling is con
cfetl ninler the mot eoinjilete ami
reful MiH-nMoii. ami they claim for
lr America ii priHl net ion ut least an
ii.il merit to that iiimIucci in l'ailfV
i UIJAXI) IMIIZKS were awarded at
() are triad to announce to the Anieri.
u jmlilic that they have lieen awarded
old Medal. Iieintthe hi'hct award
hi for Six-Cord SihniI Cotton.
(Jcorirt; A. Clark tV Ilrother.
dO Itroadwav. New York.
View of Marriage!
l--v-f i V A (iiildf to Wedlock and
) Ait cciitlilt-ntliil tivuiUe on the
AND raimw that NiilU for It: th
U'l'f I l'-'ep t of iteprixlurtton and
HtliHIl.,!,,,!,!.,,,,,, Women. A
t fur prhaie, roiiMdeintu reading. i'"J pH,'e,
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A I'KIVATE MKItli'AI. ADVISER!
il (INonlem of a private naliirt' rllni from
' au-e, exeenHec, nr i.eert dira-, with jlie leM
r.-.f of eure. HI lore pnje. pri" .Ml cent
elinieal let turtMin the ahoe dlee and thi"
'hethroiit. lui)).". ratarrh, rupture, the. opium
f, ric,, price lu centi..
.'llier lnHil. ent po-i puld on receipt of price: 01
.rtrei', coiiialulni; ') puip'", beBimliilly lllunra
. for 7'i cenif.
udre.- UK. II11TS. No. IJ N. Sih H.. St. I.oiiln
ll l e
pltal. lT Kat W'a-hlii'.'ton "treet. IiI'-hui. fur
'.lire ot nil private, chronic nun upeciai iti-enneii.
41 At. Wl4AKJIIS. KKHVill-a UI.HII.irY ami tinT
miimhi. peininnrntly riired. tlr. O. In a u'noluare
lie Keforin School, and ue no m retire; h the
: t praciice in the I nlted Mnten. I.aiiii h re
rini! trcHtinenl, with heiiie and hoard, call or
le. Everv fonvi nleiiee for pmlenta . Send Hfty
t Inr MAHUI At.K til' IIHC ! hl"" lllUKtmt
Murrled ladien and u'enileineii aeml flfty cent
tainpleof ruhher ttomla and circular of import-
tnlortn.'itioti hv i pre. l iiumi Itiitlou fr.-e and
.tdelillal . IP-liable 1'einale I'tll" a box.
n. ln ot vitality, preinnture weukne". eiierva
lol inind and body, lilxirder of Die brain and
oti HVftem. and lnlerle reiiltlnir therefrom.
dllv eiiri-d by llATKV SI'KCIKU'. Prepared
an eminent pliynlclan : $1 caw. k Uiv (' 'old by
For circular wiili full particular, au-
1)11. BATKS.W statu treet, c'hUnu-o. III.
II CAAM''IV' IVrmnnent nilcKinen want
II IMIi'dtoiii'll StHiileOooilittiMleMlera. No
XMW Mil.,.. t.Yltiina Imlil ildri.Mtf
A. CHANT A CU.,S,4.tt A 8 Home St
L-krinrt in i'rt-ii v bTrtt r'hi'utiMHt tn
mm vvvm.' I , . ... ...
Lthe world. Sample Watch Free to Aueiit. Ad-
'drea. A. COl l.TKIt A CO . Chicago, 111.
lUJilTho Orliflnal and only ahwilnti)
cure. Send tainp for hook on
mn KatliiK. to W. 11. HiUlre, Worthliitu);n,
he advejtliwr, a retired phvalclan, havlnB prov
mlnlly rtlecovered, while aMedlral Mlaeiouary
eouthern Aala, a very aimple vcxelahle remedy
tue oerdv and Dermanent cure nfi'mmnmiition.
'hma, Urouuhilf. Catarrh, anil all throat and
it affection. aln a poaltlvn and radical auecltlc
VnrvllUtf llnhltltv lMn.l,,M t. . u.t .11
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Lwn to thautrerln follow, Actuated hy thli
tlve. he will cheerfully aend (fro of chanre) to
who delre It, the recipe for preparing, and full
wMlnna for auerMHrViltw mini. iki. .nuiniuili.
nTfered remedy. Thoaa who wi.h to avail them-
ir4 ot Iho Deni al of tbla dlacovery without Cnt
i du n hv retitrn mall, by Bddrelu;z, wlllt
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lurrug, N. Y.
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Cairo Bulletin. Cairo, lllluol."
JNO. II. OHEKLY. Oeneral.Mnnactr.
The K'l)erts will get away sometime to
day. The DeMiiet pussed up Sumlay for St.
Louis with a light trip.
The IJelle Ht. Louia has fully loaded for
Vickhburg. She departed Sunday after
D'Min. Al. IiurroiiKhs, the diver, in in the city.
He rejMirLs the James Gilinore sunk on the
The Gold Dust, C'apt. John J. Mrt'ord,
will Im at the wharf this morning for New
(.'uit. Lawrenee Carter has charge of her.
and Richard Burns, unc le of the iHet I5urni.
i her ink-fiend.
C'apt. Jim Reese will be at the whurf this
. in., with the Hello Texas for Memphis
and Arkansas river, direct.
The Stc. Genevieve brought out 52 tons
for the Utile Memphis, which gave the lat
ter a full trip for Vkksburg.
The Idlewild arrived late Saturday night
with an old time packet trip. The packets
arc doing a tine business.
The J. W. Guft departed at midnight Sat
urday nitfht, witli her cabin packed with
K-ople, She added lightly here.
The Florence Meger passed down Sunday
noon, with a big trip. She will in future
ply in the New Orleans and White river
The John Gilmore and bnrges got away
from New Orleans Sunday, p. tit. C'ol.
Rearden went down in her to look after
matters in the bends.
('apt. Dunlap, of the Iron Mountain and
barges, came down yesterday from St. Louis
by rail. His boat will be here this morn
ing for New Orleans.
Joe Dukes, second clerk in the Anchor
Line, was married in St. Imis on Wednes
day morning; left on 011 hi bout same eveu
in for Yicksburg.
The Charley McDouuld came down Sun
day after a couple of flats of coal, and re
turned at once to get her tow, which she
left aground on the chain.
The M. P. Schenck is the new Inrnt from
Cincinnati for New Orleans. She has leen
thoroughly overhauled, and a handsome
cabin replaces the old cargo-lx
C'apt. Henry Taylor denies that the mud
is tuken from the Fisk's lmilers with shov
els. Our readers will rememlxT that when
the statement was made, we said it ''lacked
A special agent of the Treusury depart
ment came down on the Idlewild Saturday
evening, to investigate matters relating to
the lighting up of the chain, previous to the
government taking the matter in hand.
('apt. Tom IJolees, a brother of "Will S.
Hays by his first husband, brought the Tom
Roberts and barges to Cairo, nnd returned
to Evansville, Sunday evening, ('apt. Tom
looks feeble yet, but says he is recovering
C'apt. Henry IIarton,of the DcRussc, went
to Mound City, Sunday. He reports that
the Octavia would leave St. Louis on her
southern trip yesterday morning. She will
arrive here to-day, loaded down with gov
Capt. Tom Shields, formerly of the new
Commonwealth, is in the city, nnd declined
to be interviewed as to "where's your bout f"
It is estimated that ho is hero in tho inter
ests of the English government, for the pur
pose of enlisting men to serve against tho
The Sam Roberts and barges nil in port
slowly pulling out. Capt. Rruucli is look
ing out for Iter interest, in addition to
which he is possessor of a flno plug hat
which by his friends is considered a much
more hnndanme article than that worn by
his friend Julius Verhocff, of Evnnsville, at
least it is worn by a handsomer man.
G. Parsons Miller denies the assertion of
uny steamboat Cupt. whether he command
ed the Fisk or any other boat, and backs
an his denial with proofs, that ho was in
command of a detachmont of Communists
in tho street of Paris, during the reigrj of
the FTench rerolution, and Intimates that
the whole story is a base fabrication.
Will havo to rise and explain.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1878.
DROSS AND THE TEXAS
tFrom the Loulavllla Courier Journal, 1
Among the few members of tho Chicago
Convention who tried to defeat the clause
in tho resolutions indorsing tho Texas Pa
citlc railroad was Deacon Bross, of tho
Chicago Tribune. That Journal has been
workiug faithfully for Huntington and
Ids Central-Southern Pacific monopoly as
against tho declared interests of Chicago
business men. Deacon Uross said that he
"believed it to bo nothing more or less thnn
robbery to tax tho people of this country for
tho purtHHe of subsidizing that which would
probably turn out a monopoly, and that
road only should be helped which helped
itself.'' Now, Deacon Rross' paper has for
aorue timo been diligently defending nnd
aiding the Gotild-Huntington monopoly,
which was brought into life by Govern
ment subsidies to tho extent of over 1100..
.01)0,000, and refuses to pay tho interest on
me ixmus auvanceu ty tne Government.
Mr. l$ns and the Tribune in opjHwing
the Texas Pacific know that by tho com
pletion of that road the monopoly will le
pied, and the gigantic robbery of 'tho Gov
eminent and tho rx-oplo will be stopped.
That they do not desire this tremendous
obstacle removed from commerce is evi
dent from their support of these roads
which have never helped themselves, but
which have fattened on the public crib.
Takk Notice. On the 1st ot November
I will open at the old stand of Phil Howard,
Eighth street, U-tween Commercial and
Wanhington avenue, a wholesale nnd retail
depot for the sale of finh, oysters and game
exclusively. Making the above articles a
specialty, I will be enabled to suit the most
fastidious, at prices that will compare fa
vorably with Chicago or St. Louis. At all
times can be found a lino of fish and oys
ters never leforo offered in Cairo, such as
New Y'ork count oysters in bulk, Mobile oys
sters in bulk, Baltimore oysters in caus. In
their season can be found fresh
mackerel, fresh codfish, little neck
clams, sea fish from Mobile, shrimp and all
oti.er delicacies from the sea, to tickle the
palate and refresh the inner man. Celery
and wild game of all kiuds. It is my in
tifition to keep such articles on hand at all
times, so the public can depend upon leing
supplied. Orders from abroad will receive
particular attention, and goods will be
packed with care, and satisfaction gtinran
teed. City dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call upon me lxifore ordering
front Chicago or St. Louis. Hoping my en
deavors to please, will le met by an appro
dating public. I remain yours,
Illinois Central. The company is to
erect a depot at the foot of Van Bnren
street, Chicago, fur the cccommodation of
suburban travel. It will lieof ueat design,
ami an ornament to Lake 1'ark.
Trains going South have been doing:
goodpasVnger business since th esubsidencc
of the yellow fever permits the return of
refugees to their homes.
The company put on the Hyde Park trains
last .Monday, a new order of train men
called collcctois. Thev rank next to the
conductor, and collect fares. Their uniform
is similar to conductors, with the exception
that they have two silver bands on their
hat. I he suburban travel of tins road now
uses four locomotives, two baggage cars and
IS passenger cars. To mn these it requires
a lon e ot tour engineer, four firemen,
three conductors, three baggagemen, three
brakemen and two collectors. Ten trains
run each way daily, hauling a total of 7J
cars, each car seating about BO persons.
The numlier of stations at which the trains
stop is 13. Chicago Railway Review.
CoNsfMiTioN C.iked. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the sjK'edy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, nnd all throat and lung affections, also
a jiositive and radical cure for nervous de
bility nnd nil nervous complaints, after
haviug tested its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, nnd a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to till wl-D desire it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
uing, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by nddrexiing with stump, naming
this paper, W. W. Sberar, 149 Powers'
Block, Rochester, New Y'ork.
Pomi'kii. Excavations at Pompeii prove
the tit to have been one of the most fash
ionable and beautiful of Roman summer
resorts, and but for the eruption it might
have remained so to this day. As with
Pompeii, so with thousands of people who
have beauty of form and feature. They
might always lie admired but for the erup
tion, that makes the face unsightly, and
betrays the presence of scrofula, virulent
blood poisons, or general debility. There
is but one remedy that positively euros
these affections, and that remedy is Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is
the best known tonic, alterative and re
solvent. It speedily cures pimples, blotch
es, liver spots, and all diseases arising from
impoverished or impure blood. It hIso
cures dyspepsia, and regulates the liver and
bowels, Sld by druggists.
As tiik Quarantine has opened, Mrs.
Williamson opeus her store again, and
wishes to say to tho public that she has a
full line of millinery and notions, and she
solicits every one to call and examine her
stock before purchasing elsewhere. She will
display tlunnjr the week one of tho hand
somest lino of ladies' trimmed pattern hats
ever brought to this city; also a handsome
line of hats, feathers, and flowers, arid
many other thing, new In the notion line,
which she can and will sell as cheap as any
dry goods house in tho city. She is pre
pared to remodel old hats into any of the
latest styles for the small sum of 25 to 33
cents each. Hats dyed black or brown
Mn. W. has Just added to her stock a at'
supply of different Btylea and patterns t f
jewelry. Go and examine them.
If grave robbin'' does not become, a luera-
tive business it will not be for lack of lalsiron
the part of the resurrectionists. From Zanes
ville, Ohio, we hear of a party of unknown
men who, after a chase of fourteen miles by
tho police, abandoned their prey and took
to the woods; and in tho wagon which they
had left were found the bodies of four prom
inent citizens, all of v,hom had been burled
since Monday last. It is but a short time
since the remains of a son of President
Harrison were dug up from tho grave,
while tho outrage by which tho bodies of
two venerable Ohio ludiea were preserved
in spirits for the benefit of a Cleveland
medical college is still fresh in tho public
memory. The notion that at times thero is
nn epidemic of strange and unnatual crimes,
has been sustained by recent experiences.
Indioestion. Tho main tauso of ner
vousness is indigestion, and that is caused
by weakness of the stomach. No one can
have sound nerves and good health without
using Hop Bitters to strengthen the stom
ach, purify tho blood, and keep the liver
and kidneys active, to carry off all tho pois
onous and waste matter of the system. See
Alueady Logan is the leading candidate
for the United States Hcnate from this
State. There is no material in the Repub
lican party of this State that can beat Logan.
He is the very spirit of the party here. The
very cmlMdinient of the ideas it represents
and the personification of its sectional policy
which we can now see quite clearly, is to be
made an appeal to the country in the next
campaign. Logan bits the reputation of
martyrdom. He can hold 11)1 the gaping
wounds inflicted by Democratic hands in
1870, and the Republican bowels will yearn
toward him in deepest sympathy. Alton
TiiEitMALiNE cures all lorms of malaria
such us chills and fever, bilious fever,
swamp fever, etc. As a preventative, it is
the best safegaurd in cities where fevers
arc prevalent, if taken in time. Ask your
druggist for Thermaline. Twenty-five
ccats per Ikix. Mailed free on receipt of
price by Duudas, Dick & Co., 37 Wooster
street, New York.
Vif-PvCA,!nsllh nam inc. Pi.in f,r cold
-'1.0 elyles. Agi 1 outllt Ufc.JluU A Co.IIudeou,
AGENTS READ THIS.
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IS PLEASANT TO USE.
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Its cure extend over a period of SO years.
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Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cure cold lu head and Catarrh, or Ozncna.
An Open Letter :--It Speaks tor Itself.
nocKPORT, Mass., April 3, 1S77.
Mn. Ei.itoh: Having read In your paper the re
port of the remarkable curea of catarrh, I am In
duced to tell w hat i know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the "sunn"" aud "Inhaling tube" makers mere
dollar grabbers would be glad If they could embla
non a similar cure lu the papers. Kor twenty year
I have unered with catarrh. The nasal passage
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, abea, in
haling tubes and stick would not work, though at
Interval I would snuff up the so-called catarrh anna
until I became a valuable tester for such medicine.
I gradually grew worse, and no one can know bow
much I suffered or what a miserable belug was. My
head ached over my eye so that I was coufined to
my bed for many successive days, suffering the most
intense pain, which at one time lasted for KiS boor.
All sense of taste and amell gone, sight and hearing
gone, nervous system shattered aud constitution
broken, and I was hawking and spitting ven
eighths of tne time. I prayed for death to rellev
me of my sull'erlngs. A favorable ntlce In your
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itemedv Induced me to
purchase a package and use It with Dr. Sage'a nasal
douche, which uppllca the remedy by hydrotUi
pressure, the only way compatible with common,
sense. Well, Mr. Editor, it did not cure me In lhrr
fourths of a secoud, nor In one hour or month, bnt
In less than eight minutes I was relieved and in
three mouths cumd and have remained so for over
Id months. While using the Catarrh Remedy I used
Dr. Pierce' Oolden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and streutlien my stomach. 1 also kept txy
liver active and bowels it' gular by the Use of bit
Pleasant Pnrgatlvo Pellets. If my experience will
induce other sufferers to seek the same means of re-
nui, iuis leiu-r win uavu ausivervu us purpose.
B. u. ttbMtli-
CLOUD OP WITNESSES:
The following named persons are among tha
thousands w ho have been cured of catarrh By the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itemed)-;
A Y Downs, New (ieneva. Pa; 1) J Brown 8t. !
seph. Mo; K C Lewis. Rutland Vt; Chas Norrrop,
North Cheu,r(leil. Me; Milton Joue. Scrlba, Ji Y:
J E Miller. Brldger Station, Wv; . I C Merryman.
M M Post, Logatisport. Ind; J V Bulley, Tremout,
Pa; II B Aver. Laporte, Ind; Jesse M Sears, Fort
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Tex: F Hcliicrt, Stonevllle, Pa: S W Litsk, McFnr
I ii nil, Wis; Johnson William, llelmlck.O; Mr M
A Curry, Trenton. Tenu; J O Joslln, Keeue, N Ii;
A J Casper, Tab's Hock. W Va; Loul Andrra,
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I alterative, or blood-cleansing.
Golden- Medical Discovert
Golden Medical Discovert
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