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"Cairo Bulletin. Cairo. Illinois.
JXO. II. OULRLT. (ii'tieral Manager.
Ijni'KOHt OirouliitKm of'utiy Daily in
OVFICIAL TAPER OF THE CITY AM) I'Ol'NTY
OulyMorninqr Daily iu Southern Illinois
M.H. IlarifU, Ktlitor.
While the old ones were gaddirg among
their neighbors, four young negroes were
burned in a cabin near Klizabethton, N. C,
Moses Am.es, a Georgia murderer, sold
his body to a medical student for $10, but
the friends of the deceased refused to de
liver the goods.
The vote on the question whether New
Orleans shall remuin tho capital or the
prize be lelurned to Baton Rouc is so
close that the official returns alone can
A South Carolina paper, arguipg in fa
vor of a '"no-fence law," says: It casts th:n
county annually over one hundred thou
l md dollars to keep forty thousand dollais'
worth of old hogs and cows out of our
As exchange note the fact that the low
est price Ht which cotton has sold in this
country during the last fifty years, was iu
the spring of 1845, when it went as low as
four cents per pound. The highest price
paid for it, during the same period, was
1 1.00, in 18C4. It sold as high as fifty-two
cents, however, for good money, in 18GU.
Conoiiess meets next Monday week. If
tho House lias no trouble in the election of
its speaker, the President will submit his
message on the Tuesday following. There
seems to be but little doubt that Hon Sam
uel J. Randall will be re-elected to the
Speaker's chair. Such a result is inevitable,
if the full Democratic strength of the House
That a large per cent, of the yellow fever
deaths in Memphis were never reported, is
shown by the fact that Superintendent Phil
lips says there were 1,0H4 burials in Elm
wood cemetery, and the lotal interments
during the epidemic he estimates at 6,000.
Seven thousand dollars were allowed the
city undertaker, and an additional cluim is
Oi'R experience has taught us that it is
always safe to let a sullen man severely
alone. The individual given to flushed of
anger will do to let alone during his par
oxysms. His mania may le dangepitisjbut
that is only spasmodic. In the interval he
is usually a man of good parts. But the
morose boor who never felt the rejuvenating
effects of a hearty laugh in all his life, is
nothing less than a human cockle-burr.
The thoughtful reader may not see our pur
pose; but the ''brick" afthe paragraph will
hit the object aimed at.
Mb. Moody, the great evangelist, is down
n church choirs composed of ungodly men
and women, selected especially on account
of their cultured voices. appalled ut
the wickedness of the custom, He would
bustle the worldling out, and supply their
place with godly singers, even though
compelled to select the wheey.iest, most son
orous and fearful old snorters and cacklers
the congregation afforded. In his ears,
music that comes from uiwinetitled throats,
is discordant nnd appalling. Uusping on
unbaptized bass fiddle ought not to be al
lowed, either. Let the change be radical.
The suggestion made to Judge Hilton
that he withdraw Ids offer of $.'5,000 re
ward for the return of the stolen remains
of A. T. Stewart, deceased, U ono that
should claim the Judge's most serious at
tention. The suggestion Is in the interest
of morality. Let Die miscreant who arc
guilty ot the great crime, go unrewarded,
and let it be understood that future perpe.
trators of like horrors, will reap no hr
eU of dollar, and thn grave of our cem
eteries will give up their dwl to our medi
cal colleges only. To withdraw the offer
THE DAILY CA1K0 BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 18T8.
of llie rcwurd, ami leave tho body lu tlio
hands of tho villain who stole it, would
prove a painful shock tu tho foldings of tho
widow; but the great public good that
would follow, would form a partiul com
pensation, and suve numberless hearts tho
same sorrow nnd tmspenso tho widow is
uow suffering. Let the money offer bo
withdrawn, then, nnd leave tho villains
with the poor revolting, festering mass they
secured from tho vault in St. Mark'i
church yard. Such on unlooked for re
ward in this case, would have a restraining
effect that would afford better protection to
the graves of our loved ones, than a whole
platoon of armed policemen.
A hew weeks ago it was announced that
Governor Hampton, of South Carolina, had
been thrown from bis carriage nnd seriously
injured. The injuries received were of such
a permanent kind that he now feels con
strained to resign bis chair to his Lieuten
ant. In a recent proclamation he 6ays: 'It
is my duty to make public announcement
that serious injury, resulting from a painful
accident, has produced physical inability
on my part to discharge the powers and
duties of the ollieo of 'the Governor of the
State of North Carolina," ami that tho Con
stitutionof the Commonwealth in such case
devolves the same upon the Hon. W. I).
Simpson, Lieutenant Governor of this Stale."
The Chicago people are an unsympathet
ic set who stoutly resist every benevolent
impulse that seeks to move them. For in
stance, they have in their mid.-t respeetabli
but terribly distressed savings bank ofli
cers, whose only crime is that they appro'
priated ami squandered several millions of
dollars that belonged to whom ? Nobody
but to the dirty-ban led, soot-besmeared
laboring people, who would have dribbled
it out by ten cent pi -ces if they had kept
it. That for no other offense than robbing
these inud-si',is. high-toned, aristocratic,
c.ny-mannered gentlemanly bankers should
suffer, the flouts and jeers, even the anath-
mas of human worms, is a shame. Tho
men are martyrs, and Chicago is forgetful
of herself that she does not bestow upon
thenvsome popular evidence of public sym
pathy. To leavi the excellent gentlemen
under the impression that, possibly, they
did wronir, would speak ill for the chris
tian charity of the Garden city.
The persistency of chickens coming home
to root, and the unvarying regularity with
which the missile of a Inxunerang returns to
smite the thrower, teach a lesson by which
we all might profit. The boomerang mis
sile that A. T. Stewart threw out thirty
years ago, has come hurtling back to wound
his widow, and all who were dear to him
while liing. At his instance the Loncs of
his old neighbors and friends were dug
fiom their resting places iu Union Church
cemetery, shoveled with the earth almut
them into a cart, and then rattled over the
streets to tho dumping grounds. The
chickens" then incubated by him, have
now come homo to roost. His own remains,
laid away in a fine and costly vault, were,
reeking in their sickening corruption, hus
tled iuto a bag, slung rudely into a wagon,
and now, perhaps, bidden under the floor
of a stable or cattle pen, they are "for side"
to the individual who will pay the highest
price for them. In our view of things this
looks very much like merited retaliation.
Fab be it from us to even intimate that
women are the cause ot all the troubles
that beset the masculine half of hu
manity. Bash as we are, we know better
than that. We prefer to let facts speak for
thenwlvcs; nnd among the facts is the con
spiciioiisoiio that a aurgcon of the regular ar
my has discovered that more than nine-tenths
ol the men of his regiment, enlisted because
of sonic trouble with women, The married
men had tales of domestic infelicity to re
count; h iv their wives had refused to sup
port tliem; how many of them had even re
fused to ni!pHrt themselves. The young
men had stories of unrequited love to re
peat; how they hail been rejected by women
who were not worthy of them, and so on.
Other young men had stories of love and
ambition to tell. Their object was to gain
glory on the Imttle lleld, that they might
return to tho nrim of their utlianced, a star
bcd'H ked hero. And so on, to the end.
"Thus tlwnva It wa ruled,
That whan woman amlled.
The .tron;; man via a child,
And he p;v a noodle."
TUB STEWART LETTER IIOX.
Among the hundreds of letters and pos
tals that have been received by widow
Stewart and Judge Hilton, scarcely one
can bo foiiwl that Is not written through the
hope or distant expectation that tho writer
would, by some hook or crook, bauiboozle
tho Judge or the widow out of money. Tho
following are fair samples or the whole vil
Tho following letter was scrawled in
hideous characters on a common un
stamped note paper:
Boaron, x.,v. U Kg-Judg, imul ( m M,
lou where Mr. Stewart body la if you will gy, u.f
miliars I will b, In tula Pi.r, ,h. pet of.
Bcentar tlio forego b0 at 6 or I and a quarter
psalth. boar can yon have, acme una meal at.
Uw. bate a white haadkarcalef In the mau'i cent
ao I can aea it they have need mo bad I wl'l tell on
em, pleaae eorao i want ,tho money, I will wear a
red acarf ronud my neck.
Next comes an epistle in tho hand-writ
ing of a female :
Eaht 2)d ar., at tun watkh's imir Ji ik.k Ha-
Tox, Kt).: I auve been creditably Informed the
Ilodyof lale A. T. Stuart baa been placed lu vault
In Coal Yard at the foot of Ord at., and I took the
palui to go there thla A. M. to see if a Coal Yard
was there. I found everything an I wa informed,
excepting the vault, which I conld not aacartaln. Ee
aaaured that I am a lady friend of tho family, and
would be Pleated to be the medium of the inform!
Brooklyn comes to the front in the fol
lowing note from n young ludy who selects
cerulean-tinted paper on which to commit
nicato her thoughts:
Ubooklvn, Nov. H, lHTS.-JcwiB Hiltok I'etr
Sir: I dreamptyeeterday that tho remalnaof thelaie
A. T. Stewart were lu 1'ort Jarvla. I do not believe
lu aplrlluallm, nor do I attach a sacred importance
to dreuma, but from childhood mine bin alwn
come to pa, and Ihu fulfillment of them baa al
way proven a source of amutcmcnt to our lion-e
hold. Kecpectfuilr, i.adv.
Judge Hilton is receiving postal cards by
the score, of which the two following are
Deab Sin: An offer I think .f$i(i),Mi, mid no
queallous a'ked and no punMimi nl attached, will
rCKtoru to you the remulua of .Mr. A. T. Stewnrt
Should you denire to make them publicly pleae i!o
au. Hi ?,.ir.rri.
Dkaii Sir: Y'oii will find the Eorttyof Your Friend
A. T. Sluard in the Wood Yard in 10 Bt. between
avc a and II. please mireh even tblne carefully,
Subjoined are copies of two postal cards
received among many others, at the Herald
'nv. 15. lKTC-EiKToa Nkw York Hkhuu: The
report In to duy's papeta. thit they are on ,he -e k
of tbe lave-'obbcra ia unfoirided. Hyacaju two
compau'oua .ook the body of A. T. S., aud hrve It
now where all tta police la ihe world cjj no, find
It; eviu In the event of our e-rett. ,he w.e. woj'd
rema'annd'va'ed. If Mr. II,', on will p'. ce $13,
'JO nplice, nuVnj.' $15,0:). in au lion box, aid have
It burled In a p'ace af e.wa.d d"nrbul iuale
J. .11 .1.1. I.. .. . .. ,
we win oeuier we oouv w.in au nau hi o(' lile.i .
fjlnu pioo.'a ,o h.ni five nima.es af.er. Auawc
thronuh pergonals. i. y. f.
Mil. H.LTos-A. T. S.inj-Za body under Si,
Mark- Church. I w '1 me you to morrour to set
$i..noo reward. Yocr. ix-pic uOt, i n
It is understood th.it the follow'ag leH' T
received by Judge Hilton has in-en iuoto
graphed by his ordei, and is intended for
general circulation, iu hope that it may, in
the hands of the public and detectives, lend to
some identification. The letter was writ
ten in a lxitd, round hand :
Aa yon areailll iu the dark md, rcuusn-Toti
are, you are liable to tar thin why no. re
ply to mine of Satrrdvy! Itemember th'a I'cnry
Ill'lon. we are too well birl.ed to be foul d aooa,
by you. If we dont hear from you throe .-h t.-e
Hertld peroual on Fr diy mota'atf we en
deavor to conv'i'ce you tVt wemtm whf i ve
we aay, ana w. i enu yuu a couple orri.it oi and a
lock of balr from the e'nady deooipocd body.
The onl ti 'iV that hi b; en f, ;n.ly corjec.ured ky
you and the u-reit Mi Cir'a-h la that the body i to
dtcompuaed'tobe pj.r.d, aud pjl ad to tu h au
extent that It wonld hfn'ly he poaolble to beliere.
If we don't htar by Friday, remember you lecelve
the drat Inotallmcnt-lulr aud bultona and the
the reit by parla. The head and hair .a ell we want
to make good our claim. The former la In
The following is brief, and, as the writer
doubtless thinLs, to the point :
N.w YoHK.-Mr. llil.on Dear tlr; Ifyoaevir
xpect toip-t the lite A. T. btvwart'a emalns you
had be:,erchaP';e the reward, lorone week from ,o-
day the nnialue will le d'-atroted. loura, Ite-
pect.ully. J. J. J.
P. S. -Think orer thn be.'ore tou d-'trur It.
J. J. J.
It is more ihan probable that not a sin
gle one of the hundreds who are engaged
in letter writ'ng, know anything more
about the wherctliout of S.'ewart's remains
than they do alsmt the resting place of the
ashes of Moses. The whole of them are
"on the make," and will continue to have
"their trouble for their pay."
QUARANTINE : SHALL IT HE NA
TIONAL, OH STATE AND LOCAL?
(For the Calm Bulletin.)
I read with pleasure your editorial urg
ing the establishment of a National quar
antine, and think the article, judging it
from the humane stand jsiint, a very strong
one. Hut as there are two sides to quite
ever)' question, I think there are good and
valid reasons why a National quarantine
hould Nor he established, it few of which
reasons I will proceed to give.
You will lujree with me, I take it, that if
we can keep the yellow A ver out of tho
country, without closing the Southern
ports to all the world, for at least four
months every year, it would be lu st to do
It would be my plan to have the Legis
latures of the several states to pas laws
:o calublifh ami regulate inland qiiaranline.
The people will thus have notice of their
dutiisin that regard. Let this law con let
upon boards of health necessary plenary
jsmers- power to compel obedience to the
hygienic laws established; mid to enforce
cleanliness at the cost, if neccasaiV, of the
property renovated. The State of Texas
has not brought her sanitary laws to per
fection, by any means, yet the epidemic was
kept beyond her borders, and there was no
Interference with the inter commeree of
her towns and cities.
The states lying on the southern sea coast
should have and exercise the right of
quarantine us against vessel from infected
countries. This, and enforced cleanliness
in our southern seaport cities, would effec
tually protect tho people from the fever
an epidemic. At least such Is my convic
tion. This done, reusouablu statu and local
quarantine, would perform tho balance of
the work, la any event tlir luuthein por
tion of tho country cannot out-livo many
more such applications of local quarantine,
as were experienced during the past season
Speaking of tlio quarantine in many of
the Southern cities, tho Memphis Appeal
says that "the quarantine was enforced
solely with a view to self-preservation
Panic, fear and dread were tho moving
causes of it, and they served to austuin tho
apprehension on which it rested. This sort
.of quarantine should certainly be nbolishod
The entire cessation of intercourse nnd bus
pension of trade, is a matter only less seri
ous than tho presence of a plague. Com
munities cannot often endure such tests of
life. Memphis, notwithstanding her posi
tion, the prestige she had acquired, und the
possession of nn intelligent, energetic and
enterprising people, could hardly survive
or, surviving, recover from the crippled con
dition in which another visitation would
leave her. For nearly ninety days we were
cut off from ull commercial interchange,
and the energies by which n large popula
tion sustains itself, were lis dead as though
they never existed. The human system
however vigorous, cannot successfully sus
tain several attacks of paralysis. The life-
t'iving forces once diverted, seldom flow
again with their old vigor. Twice in live
years we have been paralyzed ns a conimu
uity. The third time may bring with it
death. Against that we must fortify."'
The same pajier favors a state quarantine,
enforced by intelligent sanitary officers, and
aided by the co-operation of local au
thorities, filthy, disease breed:ng localities
could readily be isolated, and the spread of
the disease be as effeciually prevented as it
could be by the closest and crudest quar
antine that could be conceived.
As you say. it certainly should be the aim
of the government to protect the lives of
its subjects. It should also be the aim to
protect nnd maintain the subjects' means of
maintaining life I mean their business.
I.MiioK.-Tiox. Ttie main cause of ner
vousness is indigestion, and that Is caused
by weakness of the stomach. No one can
have sound nerves und good health without
using Hop Bitters to strengthen the stom
ach, purify the blood, and keep the liver
and kidneys active, to carry off all the pois
onous and w atc matter of the system. See
WHOLKSAI.K WINKS AM) LlgUOR-S
SMYTH t CO.,
Wholesale and Itutall Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
"Vines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MKSSItS. SMYTH & CO. have ronalanlly a lame
flock of the b'-ft good In the market and el re
"'pedal attention to the wholesale branch af Ihe
J ACOU WALTER,
Uoalur in "Fresh Meat.
Ttt'tWfmi WiiNliinp-tori anil Com'
uu'iviul A. v., adjoining Ilftiinyti.
lEKPS for Mletho bent Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal,
f Lamb. Sauna-'e. Ac., and la uret,mr,.ii li irve
famine In au ai-n-puble manner.
MlTl'AL AID HOfc'ILTY.
A SntSTITHK KOK LIKE IXSIR-
A. NCR COMPANIES.
AVI I)0VS'& ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Oriru nigra" July Htli, 11177, I niler the Laws of
the Hlale e.r Illinois Cori;lited Jul;
0, 111"?, under Act offendress.
WILLIAM KTItATTON. I'nKsinKST.
Mils. I. A. TAYLOIt, Vies I'Kf siiiKNr.
I. A. (illl.bSTINK. . TiiBASl iooi.
Hit J. J (lOKDo.N, Mkd. Advisor.
MKl.MAS I.KW1S, . . HseHKTAitt.
llOAItl) (IK MANAIil.KS:
.1.1 CiOUDON. I'hv.lcliu Cairo, Ilia.
Mia. I1. A. TAYLOIt, Superintendent of
Hchiijla, Alexander Conwy " "
Mrs. K. C. l'Oltll. Varlelv llnu kel Store, '
J. A. I.OUISTINK. of (ioblstlne A Ho
senwaler W huh i-iile iiud Ketall Dvalera
In (stiinleiind Koiey Dry tlooila 11
N. II. THUsTLEWOOH, of lllnMe A
Tbli-tlewiiid. ''oiiiiiiIkhIoii Merilmtite,
Cultuii him Tjlmcni rui torx " "
H. I). AYKRS. f Aycra A Co., formula
aloll MedhilKa "
THOMAS LEWIS, limtirnucu .Vunat;er
and Allirney al Law
WM. NTKaTto.N, of Stratum ,t Ulrd,
Wlmli'-iJ'i lit ra "
(1KO. M. ALDKN, Commlasioli Mer
chant. 7S Oh o Levee " '
JAM. h, IlKAlillKN. Areiit MianlnKlii
Vn is- rrausuortnl on Cuinnaiiy
IIAHIllON lIOl l'T, Watchmaker ami
.lewelir " "
CHAM. V hTL'Alt'P, Wholesale and He
tall Drt (lonils and Notions..
liDWAU) A. lit DKIt. alauurarturliirr
Jeweli'l and Wholesale lleabr lu
Watrbaskers'TwIs and Materia..,. "
KDWIN It, KtlNKW, i'roprleloi SI.
Charlei Hotel ' "
II AZK.N LK1UHTON, Commission Mer
chant L " "
Dr. KIlVAHl) K. KOK.V. M. Maraial
Houtliiru District Illlnola Hplnefleld, Ilia.
Mrs. B. 1, ATKHH Vila Itldge,
Dr. K, H.HHlollA.V. l'li.vslclan. IiidanapoTla, Ilid
JAN. M. OK I. ATT, Heal Kstan
Agent .L Keokuk, Iowa.
Her, DAVID C. WK1XM, Mathtslat
Mlnlaler Urand Jairtlon. Ten.
J, H. UWUKY MvKhaal ....Urtdafl.
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Successfully Treated with.
Ol'CC'KSR la the tet of merit, and In the treat
1 ' ment of Catarrh AITectionia atier so maiiv mlaera
ble falluiea.ineaua undouhled niiccltlc curative prop
ertlea In thu remedy ned. l),ua h.iufnril'i It, .ill
leal Cure for Catarrh poeavaa aucli properilen? The
t-Yiui-nie in tne hiiupo or IllihO'lcllcU tea
Uiuonlala from thu lnoi-t respeclahle peonle from
an aiauoim 01 lire, iiiuki nc concluclve ou trila point
Never, we believe. In the lilmory of popiilur mi-dl
clnea bun ni b v.ilunble teniliuonv been oir.-reil
freely iifleruii. lu tavurol any remedy than that In
Itoaaeaaion or the proprlelora of Sanlord'a I'adical
Cnro. Aud valuable at It la. it doea nut represent
iuuuiiuiu pari oi mii recoiiimeniiailonii wini'U
are tO-dllV olli-rt il bv frli.mtH In rrl.xiilii lii lltt ft-..r
i'eopleof wealth and reflueiiient iu all par.a of the
country dully admit ita auperloruy over any method
of cure known to the regular medical pnifeaalon.
but .linn ihe publicity inii'lentnl to a publlnhed
M.-iH-in'.iit. Ileucu Ihe trullnioiilalH In our poanea
nioii represent but a umall part of llemo withheld
lor '.lie reason ineiilloned. I he followliii; niisnlii-it.
d leatlmoiilal 1 mill 1 1 ill ry U ell a. Ksr., of Well.
Fariro ,t Co.'a K.xpress, Is an outspoken indorau
iiieiu in which we are jusiiv prouu.
Messrs. Wkkks A I'lirrmt, Wholesiile PniL'L'Ista.
Host. in, .Mass.: (ieulleiiien,-1 have lor some uioniha
felt II a duly that i owe lo iili. rini; liiimmillv to
wrlle you slutlne, llie ri-at hein-nt that I have ili-rlv
ed fruni the use of Sanfoid's Kadlral Cure fur Ca
tarrh. Korinore ihuu SU viaia I hsve been ailbtiil
Willi Ibis verv troulileKome coinplaint. I have tried
all the retiiedlta Ihat I could And. but without ma
leriul or n-riimneiit benefit. Last full the illiu-use
had arrived nt Hint state that I must have relief or
Ule, l ne entire membranous system had become
so liiflsmed. and the stomai h so disordered, that II
was a doubtful nmlter whi ther I could ini to the I'a-
cillc coast, or if I (I'd iro whether I sbnuld live to
cimie inn n or not. 1 saw an adu'rtiseiuetit of this
medicine, and although bclii very increduloua
about specllb a or nostrums of any kind, yet in sheer
ili stieruilon I tried this, and was at iiiue heneflto-il
by it. The changes of clloiiite. a chronic di-ae of
the liver, uml my aije jver Tu may prevent my en
tire reHorall.in. but -the binellt 1 derive froiii in
daily use is to ine Invaluable, and I am tuoliiL' lo :
completely cured, aud al last arrive at a rcrpccubla
old a :-.
If this stati ment of my ease can be of any service
to those alllirteil us 1 have lu i-u. aud nuale you to
1-1 .1. I . . ' ...
uriu uiis r'-iiii oy oiio more en.-rui use. especially
on the I'aciiii- ront t where it i nuii h m-edi-d) ni
oiijei i in wriiiuu' tins nole ill h obuim-d.
Vcr trnlv yiur.
'llhSHY WKI.LS.of Wells. KaroJt Co,
Aurora. N, Y., June, lsr.V
Ew ti package ofi Sanfonl'a Udb al 'ure roii' vliis
nr. sanrorils linprou-a llilisllu lube, anil ru i
directions f.ir lis um- 111 all cases, l'rli e One Dollar
Klir mmIi. Iiv nil ulii.l.-. mt,A r.,1Hll .In, ....I
dealers throughout the ( nlti-d States ale! Canada.
WKEKS Jt I'olTKK. l.eoeral Ajfeuu aud Whole-
sic uni;ifi. iiosion, .iitss .
Collins Voltaic Plaster,
Collina' Voltaic 1'laalers f.ir Knlar-mriii "of the
in s is io rerinv insi I hnvn i.f.(n it. n ,
nmeeu auu mpri ssion or tne hioina. h. and thi-y
have t'lien me more relief than anv other n-mi dy I
have ever used. I would highly rrconunend them
mj an puueroiK irom me erieers or lisin ami nflHttii..
rickerln, Mo.' June . 1ST7..
J W. SKI.l.S
Ilavliitf o-raion to use a remedr for a i-r severs
pain in my side I tried one of your Collins' Voltaic
1'lastera, and In twenty-four hours the piln ns en-
ureiy reiuoveu. J i. SA.MM.S.
Ass t Cashier Klrat Nat. Hank.
W Inona, Minn.. June 19. Intt
Weak ii esses.
Collins' Voltlc I'laterLly thehest ssilsfseilnn
hereof anyttuni; that has but-n tried for lau.em-ss
ami weaKuess or the back, rlease s-ml more rlirh
lirjant. 111., June 1(1, 1377.
Price 125 CcntH.
Be careful to call for Collin's Voltaic Master lest
you L'cl aoine wortnlcsa Imltatinu. hold by all
esalo and 10-lail
(I Slates and ( ana
DrUL-'IHs throughout iln-
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Co I to. Illinois..
INTKHKSTpald nn deposlta March 1st and Rep.
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mediately la the principal of the depoalla, thereby
giviug Ilium coin iua lid Interest.
("CMdrfn n& nurrirsJ woswa mj diyoult
money tnd no on eta ean dntw It,
WALTER UYSLOr, TiuuJivKxit.
NEW ADVF.RTIHKM F.XTS,
"America Ahead in Siwol Cotton."
that the Jury on Cotton textile, yarns and threaiif
at Ibo I'aria llipiwltlnn, decreed a Cold Medal ar
Orand I'rlitc (o tho Wlllimallc Linen Company f.
"Hpool Cotiou especially adap'.cd for use on lewln;
inacblnea," over all Iho gruat thread mauufuctiiri j
of the world, we own It na t duty to tho public an '
vi Jiessra. j. 4 . Coata to announce that.
.. ..., A 11..! . .t
i aim an.ci nfro uecreeu at Pari
lor Spool Cotton. ;
Wit tH, off .Id, .,1 I... .
Willimatie Linen Co., Silver Medal-
and we claim for iho winners of the First I'rln '
that, aa they have established In lihode Island tin'
larest Up.K.l fooon Mllla In the United Htates?
where their Spool Cotton is manufactured through!
every proreaa from the raw cotton to the Unishei'.'
apooi, .Miienca, as represented by J. X I COATti
la still ahead In Spool Cotton.
Solu Ageuta in New York for
J. I' COATH.
AwAnti-t A.d-e -( a, iVnifn-.iil Kiiniiloa for
art" of wwx I 'D
i j 7ei u a-. t ,-i,
T'ii brit Uitixm
ImilAlt on Inf.fjf., rno., M, lhM J,4,; jj
' . H. V . .
aanoa 4 Co.. Mfri, I'sandurj,
JJEKORE YOU START
Insure Asuinst Accidents.
vi vi pu i tiui-m in M-i or i tar; yoncy in thv
rl"I IA V E LMI1S
At I.iM'al Ayenry or Hallway Stations
n A I.I.... n-i.t . i .
Iwl-n and others enmced In tha forma
tluu ( IaiiOs or orctioalrwi abould aeud for
I iff Hand and ):-rl,.. 1
trjl riMiuK'lea, anUon.
tiiniiia eli-vam rr.irr-vv-
lu tha Uu-.'. and frost aprrnTrd atria of In
ao uuiauli now lu u. Al!ieil fru. Addreaa
LVOM A JIIIALY.ALalaand Monrne8ta,Chla(gk
AA DAY to Acents cxnvassin for the fiHS.sn a
O V,"1T"U. Terms and outllt free. Addreaa, H
. VICKKItY, Aiii-usta. Maine.
. KANCY CAI'DS. wllh name. lUc plain or gold
-Aii-nis outfit, inc. W atvUi. Hull A Co.
Hudson, N V
) Chromo carls, cuplds rnoitie s. fiowera. Ac. No
'two tillke, wllh n.irne. 0i-. N,,au i ard Co ,
Nasau. N Y.
A GOLD MEDAL
has liee n awarded at the Paris Eibibi
tionof lo7!i to
O. 1ST. T.
re).t Sis-Cord Snm1 Cotton, It is eeie
brated lor Ix-inu' Klroii?, tlaatio, and of
unit'oiiii flnnu'tli. it ha Wa awarded
medalsat the great exiMwitioim, from the
lirt at Paris, in 1855. to the Centennial
at Philadelphia iu 1H76. In this conn
try ( lark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton Ls
widely known in all wrtions for it.s Su
perior Exori'iii4 in Jhtehine and hand
M'winsr. Their mills at Newark. N. J.,
and Pai-ley, Seotland, are the larirext
and most comiilet in the world. The
entire process of uiauufarturiiijr is con
ducted under the most complete and
careful iiUiervNioii, and they claim for
their American production at least an
equal merit to that produced in Paisley
NO GUAM) PRIZES were awarded at
Paris for SPOOL Cotton.
Si,..., n ma l...l ................ ... .1... 1
iiivt nieunui 10 announce 10 me Aineri-
c;iii pulilic that they have heen awarded
a Gold Medal, ociii"; the hitfhext award
Rixeii lor Sis-Cord SjhmiI Cotton.
licorge A. Hark & JJrotlier.
too P.road way, New York.
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