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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: Kill DAY MORNING, XOVKMRKR 22, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Cairo liullt'tin, Cairo. Illinois."
J0. H. (WEKI.Y. Hernial Huiiaicr.
I Hi'SK's.1 ( "iron la t ion ol any Dully in
OKEICIAL rAiT.K OF THE CITV AND OOl'XTY.
truly Morniii!; Daily in Southern Illinois
M.U. lliirroll, Kilitor.
ItAT'n.K'iNAKK Jack is im instructive
Western character fur Eastern I soys to rend
aliout. He won; a lmckskin suit, just like
the heroes of dime novels, carried h ritlf,
end told marvelous stories of tilitim; bears
and Indians. He v as the envy nf Sacra
niento for a week; then lie was arrested tts
u horse thict, und evidence has since lsren
found tliut he is a murderer.
Tin: Sit. Vernon New, one ot tlie licst
inducted country exchanges that reach us,
speak iu the following comiilimentary
terms of Tiie Caiko 13i.-m.ktim:
M. B. Ilarrell. Esq., of Cairo, has taken cditurial
l.ariri! uf the Bulletin of thut city. Mr. Ilarrell la
as able and accomplished writer, a newspaper mull
nf rxperlcDce, and although he ha bciu "hidlni; hlv
liilht tinder k bmbel" for many yearn, wc are glad to
e him again in barneea. The Bulletin und'-r hi
barge will alwayn be acceptable reading.
Ix Cincinnati the theati.'rs are ojm-h on
Sunday evenint;s, us well as a reat liUin-l't-r
of small vuriety halls in wliieli bevt--ta;'sare
s jkl. There is ie law against
Sunday I'litertaimniMita there, like the dis
regarded one in this city, hut the elerjy
uien are uniting in nn t'Iirt to otoji what
ihey r.-gard as a desecration of the Lord's
lay. 13ut tlie Germans insist that their
rdi:r!y music gartleos ha!l not he inter-f-red
A FEW WOIUH WELL l'LT.
4'ajit. John N. Roffinr, whose Haiti'' is
t household word in every family in the
I wer Miaiipii valley, has, during the
I'.wt six years, been a coi-s-iicuous and influ-
titial advocate of the Texas Pacific Kail
aay; and much of the hold that great ro-
t now has upon puhlic favor, is duo to
his well-directed laWs.
In a lett-T to the editor of Thk Bt i
i ktin, in which he takes occasion to ex
I'TeNi his tliankg and gratilication for the
paper' earnest advocacy of the enterprise,
the Captain wtys: 'The Central Pacific
monorKilints have had their day, I hope;
and while they are extorting enoniiotis rates
from the public, (ten dollars ami sixty-five
i nts per 100 pounds on first-class freights)
tliey still find defender in such papers as
the Chicago Tribune. Build the Texas
Pacific Railway, and the charges from
Cairo to San Pram L o will be the same per
hundred jtounds that they now are from
Cairo to New York." in a very few words
the Captain has furnished a text. We leave
the sensible, thinking reader to comment
THAT FIVE MILLION. FIVE III'N
We have read with interest and some
1'iolit, the correspondence between Secre
tary Lvarts und Lord Salisbury, touching
the Halifax award; and althounh we think
that our S-cretary has clearly established
that the award was i .Vesive, yi t we see no
honorable way to escape its payment.
Laying aside the fwt that in nuying the
i"fieva award, En-land jdaced in our
trca-ury about :i,0iii),!i:,0 m,m, than the
total of till the legitimate claims that are
jwcrihable ti the ei'ii- of the Alabama,
etc,, thei'e I''1 ' 'I let e.t wy t.
award to England of ij.V,i)tl,t)iMi ),y u.
Halifax cohHiiissioii. shoi.id . when
The a aid should be pni'l henm,,. in
i oiisctning to tirl itration r stinendered
iiir ju Iginent for that of the atli'.tratois. It
itiay have been itnpi udi nt and precipitous
to do so: but the eilira''eiient
wuh licvei thch s ohiiitniily made,
and national honor demands that
we abide by the result, licfore the
commission, and in the composition of it,
e had equal advantages; we werft repre
sented by nn able attorney, and if anything
van neglected, we ciuuiot now seek to take
drnutugu of our owu dclititpjimcjr. This
is u common sense view of the matter, and
one that thinking men will be apt to accept.
It i now for Irenideut Hayes to decide
whether, on or before to-morrow evening,
lie will pay the award, or withhold it. No
time is left for further parley, and upon the
president rests the responsibility of guard
ing the national honor by paying over the
money, or of tarnishing that honor by a flat
refusal. The honor of the country cannot
be incompatible with its interest; and since
there is no honorable retreat from the com
pact into which we solemnly entered, ques
tion us to the exorbitancy of the amount,
must he laid aside, mid the terms of the
award obsetved by the payment of the
How much longer will the brutal Spani
ards be permitted to shock the sensibilities
of the civilized world by their worse than
savage entertainments, known as bull-baiting.'
Who can read the following without
feeling a detestation for those engaged in u
"sport" so shockingly and horribly cruel
and barbarous; At Valencia, lately, amidst
the plaudits of thousands of men and
women, a large bull, which had been tor
nv'tited for hours, with stabs and pricks
from pikes, swords and javelins, was cov
ered with spirits of turpentine, and then set
on fire! The poor animal was tied by the
horns to two strong posts; but in his tre
mendous struggles he broke loose, and run
in agony through the streets, until a but
cher, feeling a touch of compassion for the
brute, knocked it in the head. Such scenes
would disgrace bell, itself.
NOW STIIEIII CHANCE.
The abstraction of A. T. Stewart's re
mains from their vault in St. Mark's church
yard, and the offer of fVl.Ooi) for their re
turn, furnish the clairvoyants of the count
ry the rarest of opportunities that ever
have been or will be presented for an exer
cise of their bo.is'ed powers. There is
nothing hidden fiom these seventh-dadht-ers
of s'-veiith-daiightcr.i. The earth un
folds all its secrets to their eyes. They
rind lost money and valuables; locate mines
of gold and silver and subterranean streams
of water or fields of stone coal. They do
all this: and more, and their compensation
for thc'e.v rcise of their gift, rarely exceeds
a dollar. Why is it, then, that for the
temptiiiif offer of a princely fortune and
immortal honor, none of them tell, what,
of course, they can tell: the whereabouts
of. the stolen remains, and the names of
those who stole them? Why do they stand
haltiicr; Their name is legion: their
wants pressing; their love of money mortal:
and yet, putting aside the offered wealth
and glory, they stubbornly refuse to solve a
mystery, far le-s perplexing than those
they profess to solve every day of their
lives, for the trifling matter of a dollar, or
nothing. Dismissing the theory that till
clairvoyants are unconscionable frauds and
humbugs, how can we, in such an extraordi
nary emergency, account fur their persist
ent silence; To employ language more
precise than elegant, uit can't be did."
A BELITTLING SCRAMBLE PoU A
POSITION OF HONOR.
It has been left for the era of Republican
ascendancy in this country, to bring nljotit
bitter and disgraceful struggles between as
pirants for the once honorable position of a
seat in the United States Senate; and it has
been left to the Republican party of Illi
nois to produce the aspirants for that posi
tion who are engaged in the bitterest and
most unscrupulous struggle ever made for
that office. We refer, of course, to the con
test now going on between Senator Dick
Ogelsby and Gen. John A. Logan. Cullom
and Bevendge and Washburne are, in effect,
out of the lists, tis it seems reduced to a
certainty, that Upon lagan's or Oglesby's
shoulders the senatorial mantle will bi
The strategy, intrigue, wire-pulling, (if
nothing worse), thut are now employed by
these contestants, would startle all honest
men from their propriety, should they be
come known. Oglesby and Logan, its the
St. Louis Republican remarks, are samples
of the same cloth, in point of morals and
political status. They were once friends;
but the pending struggle has so embittered
them that the one would receive an invita
tion to the funeral obsequies of the other.
with a plea- ire amounting to exultation.
Neither Iki any ( laim upon the position
other than that which grows out of the
services he has rendered his party.
Logan i-. probably, the ablerlnan : but t-it li
er of them fully understands the strategy,
tricks and resorts of the other. Oglesby is
ponderous mill slow, but industrious and
persevering. Logan is quick to perceive an
advantage; is active, cunning, and, in ti
contest of the kind in hand, a tireless
worker. He has many devoted trieuds;
and, belter than any other man iu the
party, knows how to "rally the boys," and
place them where they will do the most
good. Because, then, of the influence of
these devoted friends and the energy, if
not uiiscrupuloti stiess, of the mean he in
employing, he stands the better chance of
M.ruring the nomination.
Coming down to the tituess of the
men for the position they geek, it
must bo confessed that Logan has
Home advantage. But it the Republican
party were searching for a man of
great ability; for a man who
would honor the position, nntl reflect cred
it upon his constituency, loth Logan and
Oglesby would be tumbled overboard
without n moment's hesitation, as men not
wanted. Either of them can spout windy
hnriiingues, anathematize the Democratic
party, preach "loyalty to the Hug," and re
ceive their pay with unvarying regularity ;
but as a representative of three millions of
people, sitting beside our Blaines and
Thurmans ami Bayards and Conklings,
neither of them would inspire in us either
pride or feelings of satisfaction. But they
are the men w ho seem to have the Republi
can Legislature by the throat, and to one
or the other of them the Senatorial prize
must be handed over.
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
Washington. Nov. 1st, 1978.
Many Congressmen are already here.
The session la-gins in two weeks, at.d be
sides preparatory work of committees, there
is always something for members to do he
fore the actual day of meeting. I fancy,
too, that quite a number of repudiated
congressmen prefer, since the October and
November elections, to be outside, rather
than inside their District. Conversation
with the Democrats who have already ar
rived leaves no room for doubt that Mr,
Randall will be the nominee for Speaker of
the Forty-sixth Congress, and will be elect
ed. The growing importance of this office
an importance which can hardly
he explained to one who has not watched
legislation here for many years calls early
attention to the selection of a tit num. Mr.
Randall is not exactly the ideal speaker,
but his qualifications are greater than those
of any other man in the House, and he has
signally proven a ap'icity for improvement.
When the U. S. steamer Huron was
wrecked, just a year ago, many lushes were
not recovered or identified. One man, al
ways supposed to have died, reported yes
terday at the navy yard in this city. His
wonderful story is that be was picked up
after remaining in the water a whole day
and night, and carried to :i Norwegian port,
and that he has since been in hospital there.
The secretary of the Navy and other of
ficials, are convinced that his story is true,
and the money due him, which has already
Ix-cn paid to a person represented as his
father, will b- paid him.
The earnest attention of members of
Congress from all the States is asked to the
present condition of the District of Colum
bia's financial and other affairs. Your cor
respondent has no special scheme for a
District Government, and will not now urge
that the United States u. time fmther re
sponsibility for existing debt, but all will
admit that those who are creditors of the
District to the amount of twelve or fifteen
millions have a right to know exactly
what the responsibility of the Federal
Government is m the premises. Citizens
of tlie District, also, who find that under
present laws their Governors are in contin
ual conflict with other United States offi
cers, to the great detriment of District
business, have a right to at least an otllcial
inquiry into the causes of never-ending dis
agreement. Denied representation in any
form, the District tax-payer and business
man can only appeal indirectly to Con
gress. Every member should feel himself
in some degree, our representative. To Mr.
Blackburn, of Kentucky, and Mr. Ilinton,
of Virginia, we lire indebted for much in
telligent labor in our behalf, but no two
men, however able or diligent, can spare
the time from their other congressional
duties, to master all the difficulties of our
exceptional position. The House and the
Senate should give more attention to dis
trict affairs, mid in that way save money to
the United Slates, and to our citizens. 1
would like to see special committees on the
district, to be composed, say of Messrs.
Wheeler, Blaine, Edmunds, Voorhecs and
Gordon, of the seriate, and of Messrs. Ran
dall. Blackbuin, Stephens, Frye and Con
ger, or of men of like standing, of the house.
The w hole country would heartily agree to
any proposal of such committees, and dis
trict people could never thereafter complain
of unfair treatment.
.Mai.aki.m, FhvKit. Malarial fevers, con
stipation, torpidity of the liver and kidneys,
general debility, nervousness und neuralgic
ailments jiehl readily to this great disease
eoncjuerer. Hop Litters. It repairs the rav
nges of disease by converting the food into
rich blood, and it gives new life and vigor
to tin- agi'd and infirm always. St Prov
erbs" in other column.
Consi Mi'Tii-N C.ii:i:ii.-Aii old physician,
retired IV" in practice, having had placed
iu !ih li'iiid.s by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catunh, iisih
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de-
j bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
; ers in thousands of cases, has felt it his
j duty to make it know n to his suffering I'd.
i lows. Actuated by this motive, and a dc
I sire to relieve human Hufl'cring, 1 will send,
free of charge, to all w ho desire it, this re.
I cipe, with full directions for preparing und
i using, in German, French, or English. Sent
j by mail by addressing with stamp, iiaminy
i thi paper, W. W. Sherur, H Powers'
! Block, Rochester. New Yolk.
Thk rniiiAitv Caisk ok a Distant
Symptom Nervousness Is rarely iidieuse In
itself inherent, but is the lineal offspring of
dyspepsia, in a majority of the cases. The
nervous disturbance is at first trifling, but
ultimately its parent so undermines the
general health, as to produce c.iusequences
very threatening to that great nervous cen
tre, the brain, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
is the most xwerful medicinal opponent of
the ravages of indigestion, and protects the
nervous system from them, v The tremors,
the unnatural anxiety, the headaches, the
sleeplessness and loss of appetite which
characterize digestive irregularity and
weakness and which are almost invariably
accompanied by an uncertain condition ot
the Uiwcls and inactivity of the liver, are
all eradicated by this great matchless cor
rective, and when nervousness dues not pro
ceed from the cause designated, it affords
nio-t grateful relief.
I iikw Jai kson's best Sweet Nay To
bacco. WHiiLVMI.K WINKS AX I) M" OH-
Wai!eu!e and lirtiill 11. 'ali r l:i
Foreign and Honu'stic IJUors
"Wines of all Kinds,
NO. (ill OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly a Inru'e
atuek of the het .-oodi" In tie- market and irive
especlnl uttentloii to the w holeoalv branch f the
MKAT MA UK IT.
sti;a .n mo ats.
Se.'iiof tie- Ileffalo Head
No SV. liliio i
KOKHLER BEOS.. Propi ictoi s.
A fall and ciei.pl te supply of the bi st uf all
k i oil s incut ala on burnt, iirdern tilled at imv
boar, dav or niulit.
WATCH KS. JKWKI.UV, Uf.
EmvAiM) A. BiDi-i;
tSticcc-ur to E. A W. Itud. r .
MAX U FACT I' J! ING J K W ELK II.
Anil l) aler iu
Watches, ( locks. Finclcwcln
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & .lewder
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET.
I!it . 'I'll Cummer- in! and i foii-o III
ViasUluKtoii tin., ) ' lUlO. 111.
FIXE WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
(f7"EiiK!aviiiK and all kinds of repaiiiuc m at'y
( r." All kind" of Solid Jewelry made to order.
Ml'Tl'AL All) SOHOTY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' A; OK PI I A XS
M it ual Aid Society
OramUi'd July Uth, 11177, I'mlcr tin- Liwsnf
the State of Illinois. Copyriu'litnl .Inly
5, l.'IT". miller et iii'Coiilll'css.
Wll.l.lAM sTHA'ITiiS'. I'liK-uiKST.
Mu-. I. A TA VI.Dli. Vn k I'liksiio sr
.). A. (,(II.iST1M;. . Tni.Aciii;ii.
Ha. .1 J C.OHDOS. Men. Ai.vi-oii
'I IIOMAS LEWIS, SK. iiKTMO.
IIOMID ok M,s vol.lis:
J. .1 . Mlliil'lN. I'livsielut I'liito Ills.
.M r. 1'. A. TA Y l.l HI. .superintendent of
Si'boil. Alexanilei Conntv "
Mrs. H. C. I-'OI'D. Variety llr'neket store.
,1. A. ;uI,ls,TI.i:. of (.oliMine Alto-
sciiwater. U'biil."ule und l.'.i.iii In tilers
III Slapl" and I'liiii-v Dry Is
V II. Tlls'f.i:ui'ni)', ,, llltilHe A
'I'lii-llevMHul. I omtni sion Nleni.ioil-.
Cotton ninl Tolijiei'o l-'iulors ,, "
S. I). AYI'.HS. o ver A Co., I ononis
sion .Merelm l, i h "
Till I.MAS I.KWIs, In-uraiiie Maniieet
mid Altnini'V nt Law
VM. S'l'HA I 'VoN. ol hirulloii A llinl.
NMiob-sHle (iro. er
CKO. M. A I. HE N, Coiiinil-slou Mei
chant, is Ohio l.evee
.1 S S. H KA It lit; N . Al'-HI Mississippi
Ynllcv TriiiiHpoHiitlnii inupiiU! "
II AIIEfsoN IHH 1'i . Wan liiiiiiiier mill
Jeweler " "
tit AS. It S'l'EAItT, W liob'sale an. I He
tall llrv (lo ids mid Notion "
ElnVAKI) A. Ill DEW. Miiuitlaeiitrllie
ileweler and SMioK-siile Healer In
Wiiieliiiiiikers'Tool and .Mtiteiliils.,,,
EDWIN It. EtiNEW, I'ropiletoi St.
Cbnrle lintel ...
11A.EN I.ED'IITON.CotiunlHslon M.-r
Hr. EDWAUH II. I10U. C. M. Murlial
Southern District Illinois sprliiL-l'ielil. Ills.
Mrs. S. A. A YE Its ...llla Hide,.,
llr. II. 8 HKIi.llAM. I'byslclnii. Indlitiiiipoll, hid
JAS. M. (iEEATT. Itetll Esltlle
Aiicnl Keoknk. Iowa.
ltev. IIAY1D C. WELLS. .Melhodbt
Minister (iruud Juiii'tlon. Teiin.
.). It. Ul'LLK. Meahnul Merldnii, .Vlisa.
THE EVE, EAR anil TJIKOAT
Successfully Treated with.
SAN FO R D'S
R A QIC AX
Urn KHH la tin- test of merit, ami In the treat
C mi ni of Catarrh AtTei llonii alter so nmliv iiiin ra
ble failure., ineanx iiiiilniilited pixlllei ariitle proii
ertles In the remedy lined. Poea Hiinford'a mull
leal Cure for Catarrii pii-nes. otn h propertied The
evidemii in th" -nape of uimoliclteil tea
tlmonlalK from the iimt lespertablu people from
all stations of life, mind be roiu liislve on thin point.
Never, we bellee, in ibe history of popular medi
cines bait pin b Uilnuhle testimony beeii iiflered,
freely ottered. In l.ioirotany remedy than that Iu
iionseasiDii ot the proprietor!" of Siin'ford'a Kadhal
( lire. And valuable a ll In. It doe not reprenenl
a thousandth part of the recommendation, which
iireiiediiv oiler, il In friend to friend. In ila favor,
people ol weal ih und rellhcin -nt 111 all part, of tin
loiintiy dally admli it superiority owr any method
nf cure known to the regular nieillial profe.slon,
hut biin the publicity I nt iila-iitnl to a published
stuti'llli'llt Hence Die ti'-llllillihl In our pu-n i--.inn
represent but a .inall part of I hone withheld
for the ren.on nieiilliin. il. The following; liiinolli'U.
id tiHtimnnlal In. in Henry Well . Kir.. of Well.
Kuri:" V Co, Kxpn n. in an ouopukeu Indorwe
tiieiit of which we are Jtitlv proud.
Mes.r. Wo.K. A : l-iimai. Wholesale nrtlwi't".
Minimi, Mars.: tieiulsnii ii, 1 lime lorsonie mouths
fell it a duty thai I owe to suib rlni: .Imiiiaritiv to
write you Hi.illnu tie' 'r.-nl beii. tit Hint I haw derii
ed from the use ol Sunfurd'. Itiolii'iil Cure fur 'a
liirrh 1'or mote than -Jay-m I bine been aiili ti d
it h this ven Iroiilileioiiiii' i onipbiint I have tiled
all Hie remedies Ibid 1 could Itud. lint without mu
t. rl;il or p. rn.M.. n! lietu nt l.n-1 tall the disen-e
had arrived . I Ibiil sinle Unit I must Imve relief or
die. The entire membranous sjsteln bad beei.ine
so Inflamed, and the ntomiich so disordered, thai It
was a doubtful m.-tu r whether I could -o to the '
title coii.t, or if I did eo whether I should live to
rome I n k or not. I sa.v an udvertist incut of Ibis
medicine, and aillemi'li bi I ntr vi rr incredulous
nlioiit spec lib or nostrums of any kind. .t iu si r
desperation I tried this, and wa-'nt nine beneftteit
by It. The i liiou'eK f climate, a chronic disease of
Ibe liver, und my aip- over Til -may prevent n.v i n
tire restoration, bill the benefit ifrrne In. in it.
daily use is tn me invaluable, mid I utu hopinc to be
compleii c ircd, ami nt la-1 urr! u i.t a n -lui -table
It tlli- slut. HH'Ilt of my i use i i, l be uf :ue. -erv lee
to tliii-e t!Ui . il . 1 ha, ), n. .ml cualile ) oa to
hriii;.' this remedy into mure e.-neral use. e-pei inlly
on the 1'ncitii' con-t i w hen ill- uniili ii.tibi!. mv
object in riling tin- note w :!1 be ootaln.-d.
Verv frill v v our-.
HKSliV UKIl.s ,.; Weil.. l-.r.'.iA Co.
Aurora. N. . June, lT.i
Kaih pickaxe of Saiifunt - Itudiial Cure con' ilu
Dr. S. nil-nils Improved hmaliin.' Tithe, and full
direction tor its u-e in nil i u.es. I'ri.-e I lue Dollar
Km' -ale I.) o'l whole-ni. and retail (iruee-isi. and
dealer, tlirmi.'ho .1 the I niieil state. nniM Miiud.i.
W r.riKS A I'lil'i 1 1 f . I.ciicial Aevu. und W hole
sale lruj,':ist. Host. ill, Ma--
Collin's Voltaic Plaster.
ALWAYS CI' 1IES.
Tbi- Is to certify tint I I.-m- '..in ti.a.j otir
Collius' Voltaic f'la-ier for I'nlnrj. nieni of Hie
Spin n and In pre-. ion of tne stoinaih. and lio-y
have eiveu no- more relief than any oilier remedy I
have ever li-ed. 1 would highly recoitiinend 'hem
to all nilfcfine from the effect iif pain and lenaina
Hon J . W. sEI.I.s.
I'ickerin.'. Mo ' June vs Is" .
lluvin.' occfi-i in lo u-e a ii inedy for a verv si vere
tiaiu iu my "id I tri. il one of voiir Collins' Voltaic
l'la-t.-r". am! in twenty four hour. H.e pain , u
tin ly removed. j. it s. M M.
A-s t ( u-l.l.'. rlrn Nat Hank.
Wi'.iotiu. Mil ii.. .lane 11'. 1S77
Collins' Voitii I'l.i.ter-.'Ive ii l,.--t s iii. faction
here of nnv thin that h-.i" been tried for 1'in.em s
and vvcaki'.i-s of l!ic back. l'l use si eil more riehi
aav JAMES LEW Is.
Itnant. Iil...luue If,, is;;
1 i-i - rj." ( rnls.
lie carcl.il to cull for Collin's Voltaic I'ln-t' r b'st
von eel some woilbbs. iiniintiou. Sold tiy nli
Wholcsii'i- und HeiHil Dru'.'ists tl.roiiho:n' ti.t
I'n lied states urn! t 'nanda. and by S KEKs A I'UT
TEE', Eroprii toi-. lio.ton. AE.ss
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Coitinieiti.il Avenue a ml Eiulith Street,
I- ItltOSS. I'tl-ltelll.
)'. NEI1-. Ice I'l.sl.lwnt.
II. WELLS. Ca-hlfs.
'J . J. KEI'.'I II. Assistant Cash'u r.
P. tiros. Cairo: William Kluee, Cairo:
I'eter Ned. Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo;
C, M listerloh. It. I. Iltllin'sley. St, lain!.
K. huder. ( airo; J. Y. l'l 111011, 'Caledonia.
CLa ) 1'atier.
(.ESEKAL n.VNKIN'li 111 SINF.SS IiONK. El
1 climiire sold and Ijoii 'lit. lut.-risi Laid In the
Saviuca D. partinenL i ollertion made and all
utisiness promptly attenued to.
rjiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
l 'aim, HHiio'iN.
OA PITA Ii, 81 O0.00 0
W. P. IIAI.LIDAY. l-nsldeiit.
II. L. IIAI.LIDAY. Vlce l'residcnt.
WALT Ell IIYSHll', Cashier.
. TA ATS TA V IJUl, w, .. IHI l.tllAV.
lO.NHV I., IIAI.I.IUAV, 11 11. ( IN SINI.HA U.
O. U. II.LUM-ON, STKI IIliS HIIIII.
II II. CAS'tlKK.
Em Inline. Coin antl Unitetl Slates ltoiids
H'll.t.llT AM) SOLD.
Ii. p..sli. received and 11 ecru-nil baiikini; bu-ine-
1 in in. 1. .1
j;nti:upi:im: sayinos bank,
Cluo let eil MlO'i Ii Hi. K.iill.
oi'e'H'I'. IX CITY XATIOXAL HANK,
( '.'li I'O, I llllK O.S,
IN'I'Elil srpnid on depnslt. March Ut and Sep.
lettiber 1st. Interest not w llbdriiwn is added Ini
incill.iti l; to the principal of Hie deposits, thereby
piVlUi, I'e III '0111110111111 Inlcnst.
I Clillilrcu 11111I iiiarrled women miiy deposit
money nail no mil1 else rau diiiw It.
WALTER IIYHLOP, Takanuhmk.
It hlivim been widely advurtlaoit under lb.
rapt Ion oi
"America Ahead in Sptwl Cotton."
that Hie jury on Cotton textile, yarun and threnta,
at the 1'arla Kzpoaltlon, decreed t Hold Medal and
(Irand I'rio to the Wllllmatlc Linen Company for
Spool Cotton especially adapted for nse on aewlni
machines," over all tho ureal thread in a unfa, tuna
of the world, wc owe It a a duty to the public and
to Me.ata. J. A 1. Coata to announce that.
XuG'nind Prize were decreed at Pari
for SM)ol Cotton.
Wo arc advised by Cable of the following award:
Williiiiutie, Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and we claim fur tho winner, of thn Elrst I'rU
that, aa they have established la Khodo Island lbs
lareest Spool Cotton Mill. In the fnlted State.
where their Spool Cotton 1 manufactured through
every proce from the raw cotton to the. flushed
spool. America, a. represented by J', ii p, COAT1,
I. still ale-ad Iu Spool Cotton.
Solo Anetita In New York for
J. A !( OATS.
" rs " a tf
irM hij!.,,' yh, tl CtM-nil I .Hi'ln
''H-J (wili'w .ti l unlit a -l 'ar'
unrr tartu t..-j a.-'J jyivrrwy. I ie l:"l waumo
rvur n.vlr. A. our lil-j. .trip l-R'1smil U ctmsJr
llllll.. vn Ii frrl .r f.vt.. Irs Itl.t J iiLms' hr it
on rjr i.luc. tS,! i l.r .11 ,. , ... K-s" I f'T Mult
tn. to I A .a wsn. Co.. Mf-... IVwreliuriT
JJEFORE YOU START
Insure Against Accidents.
lid an Accident Ticket or Yearly I'ollry iu tb.i
At I.ocal Asciiey or Railway Statimis.
Is-'' nried other rnuatts'l in tt.e forma
C.,a of l... oil or oreiie.tiM alioulU aeud lur
t nlyelv lo
IK lUn.l and orrriej
tlal reel I 1--V All, 1 1 ol.
Lolilli- eletfi' l rrii.'i.iv
l .i i f On, I n-v. and 10ml apfrnVMl atyla of In
ao.iHii u'.i now in u.o. taiKd f..u. Adclraaa
LYON 4 JlKAI.y.Staieand blouriH'aCUcgg,
AWriToit Tt ruis and outtH free Addtesa, l;
.i .v ii.v 1 in n.;i'iiio'iniir mr in-' rriiKsiiii
' O YICKKKY. A'iL"i-ta. Value.
) 'FANCY ('AI'I)S. with name. '-.. plain or v'old
-''Au'ellts OIlttH. IOC. VM Still llllll 1 Co.,
Hudson. N Y.
)- ( hrotno card-, rapid, mottoes, flow, r.. Ac. N
''two alike, wilh narue. bi. Nas.au laid t ,
Nassnu. N Y.
A (iOLI) MEDAL
lias lieen awarded at the Paris Eihioi
t ion of UiTK to ,
O. N. T.
Best Six-Cord SjmmiI Cotton, It is cele
luiitetl for liein' strong, cla.-tie, and of
uniform strength. It hits lieen au aided
ini'dalsiit the trreat etositions, from tliu
first ut Paris, in 1 15 r . to the Centennial
at Philadelphia in 1II7E. In this coun
try ( lark's o. X. T. Smki1 Cotton ia
widely known in all sections for its su
e 1 iof Em tlli nee in Machine and hand
sew inc. Their mills at .Newark. X. ,),,
and Paisley. Scotland, are the largest
and most complete in the world. 11k.
entire process of tiiaiitil'ai turiiii,' is ron
dinted tinder the iiio.-t eouitilete and
eiiiefiil sii)ervi-ion. and they elaim for
their Aliiei ican inotliictioil itt least .111
eiial merit to that pi tNlticed in I'uislcy
XO CliANI) PHIZES were awarded at
Paris for SPOOL Cotton,
tliey ure triad to aiinoiiiiee to the Ameii
ean puhlie that they have been awarded
a Cold .Medal, Eeiuc the liiirliest award
uiM'ii foi Six-Coi d spool Cotton.
(icore A. Clark & Ilrotlicr.
fnu Broadway, Xew York.
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