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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITIHT I0IININS (HOMDATI IXCIITIBI.
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' tiro I'mllt-tin, Cairo, lllinolf."
IN'u. II. ObllULY. Ot-iu nil Mnnaccr.
J.:u'jj;'Ht OiriMiliittou ol uny Daily ifl.
'! KIi 'I.Ui rAI'KR OK THE CITY AND COUNTY,
.iilyiloniiiiy Daily iu Southern Illinois
.M.JJ. ILni-i-cll, Kditor-.
Cn.M;itK.ss meets on the first Monday in
Tit re collector of the port ot' New Or
leans is issuing dean hills of health to ves
se!s ll avillg tllfit port.
H.i!.iif.ii faros have been lowered to
Mb- h itn extent by opposition that the rite
IV mi Cincinnati to Nov.- York is only one
Tin: New York Tim.-s hints ilmt E. D.
Miiyin has secured a majority of the Legis
lature in twjuiet m:iti!i; r, while a large num
herof Radical orpins repudiate Couk ling's
1 -a-iei-ship, Tt will be a notable event if
Cor.k'ing si-la bounced next .Jannarv.
Duivr. not the t raiitp from yuir door
when he appeals fi.ra crumb of' bread.
Cniii":;p her" oi,l fellow, ami "try ilmt
on." I;', in about two wvel.s, .yon durt
find y.itir ianl'-r bare, vu are belt r-to-do
n iiewspap'-r m":t u
'I'm: c:.pit;.l of Loi'iisiaiia is to U: re-e-- j
t I'llisiied a! Baton llnvjc. The old state I
leiiu th'-rc c:::i be put in gnod colid'tion j
by m, expenditure of .0,0 or ,nn.f,o.,.
liieixpTieiKcol Humus and otlier states
,, , , ,
tint have at!( l.'j;.t"'l to md'.l!''.' ill the 11X11- !
ry ni new ctpitol building, forbid.-, a Ilk:
ou -mpt on tie- jia'-t of I.o::ida:i:i.
M?:. Di: La Mati ii. member of ('o!i-re
' t from the Indianapolis district is true
prine:;,'..- ,.,d to the m:i that clect-
: ,.:i:. II- v.m, r-!-ctcd by Dcmociats and
. i.'.h v. .".!) 1 wjs iipposcd by the P.-.
.:..:. & p:ir?v. lb-will vote again-t the
;ci,:iea:i pa:'y. s!;oc.!d he be ca!l-d on
v .? in the House fur a President.
Tiik emb.-y.llrg e.x-s.rrete.ry of the
I'ulliiian ('"inpary, who was arrested at
Li.-b'iu, has been handed nvi r to the Amei
Iran Consul, and will be held subject to the
action of the United Stut-s authorities. His
surrender by the Portugese Government is
a voluntary conees,;,,i in the interest of
jusjk-c, as no extradition treaty exists be
tween tlml country and the I'nited States.
('01.. lN(.l:l!so,(. ,. m.,.m tJrriii-injr tt 1 j 1 1 1 C" .
He says if m!y s-veiity Israelites went
down Ku'ypt, nnd in till years im reasi.d
to (luo.OOO men of war, the population
must have li 'di at least ;i,00(),0no, The
census u'ives them ",'.;; tirst-born males,
-o there must 1,mV(. been only Zt.Tri moth
ers, which wimid make l.lUO thiMren to
each mother. Whereupon Mr. Iiigors
aigues mat as an tirttliiiii.ticUcr M
a tai hi re.
Thk 'JiiKoitY that railroiul accidents
would never occur if the traveling pul.Iit
would insist upon lashing the president ml
1 1,1 "l'dilcctor lo the cow-eatcher, will
not bear the test of experiment. It would
serve to greatly lessen disasters of tlitit
kind, but it is ,,t ,i infallible preventive.
Only a few days in;,, cMnliiu,.,! engine
and parlor ear. cramm, d full of railroad of
lieials. exploded will, f rrill-. force, and
threw n iiunih-rofil,,. oiriei,,;, jlltl, ,,,,1,.
boring tree tops-- iltP-ily U.-timlUlilny Uie
theory its well as the eiiyiiie.
A New Oiii.lass cot. mpornry adinon
islics the public to receive telegrams from the
Lent of war in Asia, with many allowance.
Now that the ths.t blow of the Afghan
British war has been struck, the public will
(.earcely fail to recall il. maimer in which
our impressions of the Tiirko-llnssiun w;ir
were manipulated throng!, the London
chtuiiicl. The English press and telegraphic
bureau !. out with the determination to
cruah, scatter and eMetmiuat.! the lttisdaiH,
and it wtc not until I'lcvm fell, nnd the
I lUjH'l'inl (Junid began to liit. tliMii-ih the
Balkan passes into tho plains of Itoutnelia,
that the world thought of suspecting the ac
curacy of the information it had been re
ceiving. Wo shall have a similar experience
in tho enso of the Afghan affair, and should
form our estimate of matters accordingly.
It is exasperating beyond measure to
hear the tools of Oould-ITuntingdon & Co.,
raiso an outcry against any appropriation
by tho general government to aid the con
struction of the Texas Pacific railroad. The
ownen nd masters of these claqucrs re
puNed their millions from that source a
sum greater than all like appropriations
ever made since tho foundation of the gov
ernment; have built up a stupendous and
crushing monopoly with the money; and
now with a brazenness that should shame
the devil, bloviate about "saving the lands
for actual settlers," and alxmt tho "great
lunger that lurks in the complications into
which the Texas Pacific scck3 to entangle
the government." Tho devilish hypocrisy
and metal-faced assurance of these men,
are enough to upset the amiability of the
most forbearing saint that ever lived among
Mrc. E. II. Thkilu'KE has severed his
editorial ami busineas connection with the
Pope County Democrat In his valedictory
remarks, he says that his connection with
the Democrat has been "brief, pleasant and
profitless," and that it is for the latter reason
that, "with great good-willingness, he re
tires." Continuing, 3Ir. Tiieilecke says
that his late partner, " Mr. Field, does not
continiu the publication of the paper be
cause he believes "there's millions in it,"
but he continues its publication because he
recognizes the nec-ity of having a Demo
cratic newspaper in the county, r.nd because
he feels tin iiitcr.'si in the good work he is
doing." We regivt the necessity that sep
arates Mr. T. from the Democrat, tnd if
good wis!ies will help Mr. Field along any.
we jvp liini a cane blanche to dr.nv on
Tin: Bn.i.Kr:. :,ud add the assurance liict
every draft will be honored cheerfully.
"ALIVE" AND "CHUCK-FULL."
Tlu Cairo Hcij.ctis returned ss we noted a few
week? .'o. It has res-imcd a;u!n. this time with
l!io li.o.ie of ?,!. E. Ilarrell as rdilor. Mose will
give tlio Catndtes a live paper, if tbey give him tlie
proper s-ipjiort. Murpliysboro Era-Illlnoisaa.
AVe ni" g!ad to be able to add that Ivih '
cou.ljtiors named by our cotemporarv. ai e'
being supplied in a manner mutuallv irrati- 1
; ivmg and suti: lactory a fact to which the
editor of tho Marion Press bears partial
testimony, in the. words following:
.Mo-e Ilarrell bus editorial cbare of tin- f.alro
Biu.cn:;. a .d thi:t aceount. for it b -J so child.-
full of .-ood rea'!i!.: matter.
HESPECTFl'LLY iuHiMrTTED. ETC.
1 he editor ot th Marion Press s a man
! of sterling .'ood s: ns;. Evid-'iu-e nf this
crop? out in his appreciation of the worth
of Tin: Ui.i.i.lti.v. as well as in his practi
cal talks with the readers of his own paper.
Inserting an ideal finger into the button
holes of his fanner patror.s, he tells them
that "the summer is over, now, and the
harvct is ended. The tools are put away;
the cattle are housed and fed; the (-venimrs
are getting hu.g; m! they should look
over the work of the past year and what
could have been better done. Look for th"
losses and see what xvas most profitable.
Write up the books; read the valuable par
ticulars about the different cattle, sheep and
swine, that they may not be left to memory
alone. Straighten up all old accounts;
look over the list of papers; send foi sam
ple copies of those you see advertised and
begin to make a good selection for the
coming year." Wc take up the Faber he
dropp-il lm,, to say to the same readers
and the "rest of mankind'1 to be wise unto
your own mental and temporal good by
taking The Weekly Bclletin. It is a
forty-eight column paper, filled to overflow
ing with news from all the world, and col
umn upon column of news that is of
special interest to residents of Egypt.
It contains editorials upon all live subjects,
home news in great abundance, telegrams
from abroad; and is lacking in nothing
that is essential in a llrst-class weekly
newspaper. Earnestly devoted, as it is, to
an advocacy of all tho schemes, projects
and undertakings that have in view the ma
terial, moral and intellectual well-being of
Southern Illinois and its people, it should
have a circulation oi at least 5,000 copies,
south of the Ohio and Mississippi raihoad.
Friends kindly disposed 1 1 aid in increas
ing the paper's power for good, by expend
ing a little effort to increase its circulation,
will be furnished with sample copies, on
application, ami be allowed a commission
that will limply compensate them for their
time and labor.
Free of charge. .Your druggist will re
fund your money, if )r. Bull's Cough Syrup
'Iocs not give you satisfaction and cure your
Malaiiiai, l''i:v.;u.-Malarial fevers, con-stiputhm.to-ni.iityofti,,,
v,.r , i(iIH,vs
gencf i debility, nervousness nnd neural-'ic
"'I'M'.itH yield readily tothisgre.it disease
'on(,uerer,llopii,mrs. It repairs the rav
. of disease by eonvcrlingthe food into
blood, and It gives new lif,, ,! vl.r
t' Hie aged nnd iminii always. See "IVov
eiV' lu ofner column,
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1878.
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
CONFIDENCE AND FEABH THE INDIAN BU
REAU HOUSK COMMITTEE ON APPnomiA'
TI0.N8 HKTKENCUMENT DKMAKDKD THE
HALIFAX AWARD, ETC.
Washington, November 23, 1878.
Thanksgiving Day keeps some of our
congressman at home, but an unusual num
ber have cither arrived or written that they
will be hero at the opening of the session.
It is probable more members will bo on
hand then than on any similar occasion in
late years. While there is a general dispo
sition apparent to do nothing to disturb a
public confidence as necessary to tho suc
cess of resumption, there is also a belief
that somo reckless man liko Butler, some
man full of an opinion of his own great
ness, like Hale, or somo mistuken but well
meaning enthusiast, may do something, or
attempt to do something which will disquiet
tho whole country. They should keep quiet
until after resumption is an assured nuecess.
Very soon after January 1st we may hope
that Messrs. Hale, Townaend, Conger, etc.,
may turn the house into a bear garden with
out injury to the country.
One of the questions which is of real
importance and which will ha dicussed by
tho ablest men of both houses, is that
of transferring the Indian Bureau lo tlio
Wur Department. It will be urged on many
grounds, mid among them its economy, tho
better care that, it is claimed, will be taken
of the Indians, and the necessity for reduc
ing the amount of labor, and responsibility
imposed upon the secretary of the interior.
This last point has not been urged. I am
convinced, so much as it should have been.
The department is really an exaggeration of
departments. The operations of some of
its bureaus involve more responsibility than
th.e of some of the recognized depart
ments. The consequence is that the super
vision of the secretary, so necessary to pre
vent irregularities, amounts to nothingis
a mere form. Hence the interior deport
ment has become a neat of fraud
fairs have been mana 'ed I .v outs
and its al
j to the tii,graee and loss ..ftlte cmntrv.
J The house committee on impropriations
i hd a quorum at its meeting j-esterd'tv.
Estimates, except for the post office, interior
and war departments, are somewhat lower
than last year, and, indeed, less than the re
duced sums voted by congnss. There will
lie, however, reductions from these estimates
though it becomes more and uioiv evident
tliat tx.tli Iioiix'5 ol congress must, be
ll-,"i!rat:e' hands beioro such radieal
i: the departments as are n.-c- m
the ; ;'V' -mi nen t e-r!c:,-es down
overnmeut needs, can be carried
out. For instance, there are in the treas
ury dep.ir.;'.k.nt bureaus which were Useful
or convenient during the war. but which
ar: now-simply ornamental. Li r tht r bu
reaus, perhaps s;ill ireful, nr. -divisions-"
j '-.sect ion,," etc which have mmicIv any
i thing to do, ami which are tiiade up of
, 1'igh salaried clerks who go through tin-
forms of lab:;r but are of no more advan-
t-'1-'-' to the government than to the E.ini
j niatix. So in the other departim-nts. The
j scrcta:i-s estiin-it'.. for tle -e c.vre.scen
j ces, and eongiv-s has so far vo
I ted the i.ioney for them. Bat really we
r.uyht as ive.l keep up the army of n mill
ion (if men, in in 1 us keep up this ex
travagant force of civilians. Any att-mpt
to make a change, however small, meets op
position tir-t lrom the Secretary and then
from a Republican senate. This is the his
tory of the last four or five years.
There is doubt of the justice and even
of the exact finding by which we ure mad ;
to pay fvWMWi) to Great Britain on ac
count of the Dominion fisheries, but all will
be glad that the money is paid ami the
stipulations thus entirely carried out in our
part. It will bo the duty of the Adminis
tration and of Congress to see that no such
extravagant obligations are again incurred
Ax Asto.nisiii.sq Fact. -A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent ami valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
Hside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. .Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults 111 every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
ail druggists on the Western Continent.
Ciikw Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco, Consi'.mi'tion Cliikd. 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 speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, nnd till throat nnd lung affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, hits felt it his
duty to make it known to his sutl'eilng feb
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a tie.
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire It, this re
cipe, xvith full directions fur preparing nml
using, In German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by nddiessiug wiili stamp, naming
this paper, W. w. Shcrar, 1111 powers'
Block, H-ichester, New York,
THE FAt, EAR and THROAT
SucwMfally Treated with.
CJCCCES8 la the toat of merit, snd in the treat
O inont of Catarrh Affect ioni after ao many miaera
bio failures, niuana undoubted apcclftccuratlveprop.
ertloa In tho remedy uaed. Does Hauford a Itadi
leal Cure for Catarrh posaeai such propertleaf The
evidence in the abapo of unsolicited to,
titnoulala from tho most respectable people froru
all atutlons of life, must be conclusive on thia point,
hover, we believe, In tho history of popular meill
cliiee has such valuablu testimony been offered,
freely offered, lu lavor ol any remedy than that In
orsesaiou 01 tue proprietor Of Hanford a Kadlcil
And valuable as it la. it doea not represent
a thousandth part of the recommendations which
are today offered by friends to friends lulls favor.
I'eopluof wealth ami rettiicmeut In all purls of I be
country dully admit Ita auperlorlty over any method
of cure known to the regular medical profession,
hut !mn the publicity Incidental to a published
statement. Heuce tho tuxtlnionlals In our posses.
'ion rvireseui Dili llllau imrt or tliosu Withheld
lor the reason mentioned. The following tinsnllelt-
ed testtinittliHl tr,im lli.nrv IVII'- L ..I n n
slon represent but a small part of tliosu withheld
ed testimonial Irom Henry Well's, Esqr., of Wells
rarco Co. Express. U an outspoken Indorse
meut of which w e are Justly proud.
Messrs. Wkkks A Porrin. WhotcMl.. Tt,
Huston, Mass.: tieullfinen,-1 have for some months
felt It a duty that I owe lo autleriiii! hnninnliv i,.
w i iir you Mating the ereat benefit that I have derlv-
i i iruui i ue use oi auiora s Knulcjil Cure for I a
tnrrh. For more than iM veaia I b
wltu this verv tniublcomc coiupl'ilnl. I have tried
all the remedies that I could Unci, but without ma
terial or permanent beuellt. Last full tbu disease
had arrived at that atatu that I must have relief r
(lie. 1'he. entire membranous system had become
so inflamed, and the stomach so dli-onh reil. il,,.i u
was a doubtful matter whe ther I couhl to to tho I'u
clllc coa-t. or if 1 did ko v.hether 1 slmulil live to
come back or not. 1 saw mi advertisement of this
medicine, and a!lboni;h hcim verv incredulous
nbont s.ccilb orno-iruins of any kind, v.-t In she. r
desperation I tried this, and was at ome bcnetlited
by it. The i halites of climate, a chronic disease of
the liver, and my ageowr To-mav prevent my i n
lirc n-storatlon. but tbebeuetlt I derive from Its
daily use is to me iuvaluiible. and lam hoplni; to be
completely citred.aud at last arrive at a resiu i t.ilde
it tliU st:ib meut of lay case can be ofany service
i'f ioosr mnii o n as i nave oeen. antt
brim; tlii reinedr into inaf- jri-neral
(in inc I'm'iae coa-i iwlieie II 1 much liceiii ii
o pj.'Ct in uiuii,' nils Hole will be obt.an. d.
erv t n 1 v yours.
'llK.MiV WEI-I.s, of Wells, I'ar.'o A Co,
Aurora, v., June, i-;r,.
l'.a. a p;ii.l a:.-e ofS:.i,f.r,: Indira', car" con-,ili:
Or. Sauloi is Iiii.r..ed l::l:ailn.' Tun... a. el fail
directions !.r It- u--in all cn... s. price Oa- lioilar
l-orsilc by all hoi '. nml rctull ilnicl-ts ami
dealers tn'ljM.'l! i J - I'lilteii Slate. 10, i ( :ll,aci-.
M fcl-KS i I'oH F.li. 1.,-ie-ral AeUi, bok
sale Dinvirlst. Potion. .Ma-s.
Collin's Voltaic Plaster.
fVi' iU' 1 illv" ""'"f voitr
(olio. Xoitau- i'ia.ters f..r KiiUreeiuera of the
N'let ll Bl.i! In ,r-s ..rt:. Mm;h. ami tliev
cive tl,-u tue no .re n-lief than ai. oilier remedy J
have .verixa 1 w.mid lii-l.ly rei-omuieiMl the in
o all mitteriui; from the elects ol pun and Inltama-
- v ., .1. W.SK1.1.S.
1 iclccriu.f. Xlo. ,l;i:i,. vs. is;t..
Havhii?ocea. ,n to ii- a r-im-tv fr i verv s.-vere
Iiain in my i tri-.l on- f .;, , ,dli.i-''V.,iiao
I'lioter". and in tw,:in tun: lio-o. the pain v as m
tUely removed. .1. j. SA.MMs.
, ;"' ''I'l. i r'iisi J.ai. jiauk.
Inoi.a, Mlmi.. .In in- j.,;
Collins' Vollie l'laters.-iv,; t!iele-t .atiraeoi,
here o 1111y1bl1u.Ml1.1ll1.,. I . tri,.,i ,,r I,,,,,,.,, , ..
am. iveakucss of the l,u,.e ', , , ,n,,r,.
mV.'V' . in . . JAM, I.KW is.
JJnaiit. 111., Juno lii, 1 -177 .
Price JF CVnl.s.
I.e e.ir. iui !o call lor ( olilli s V ollaie I'la-ler lest
you ',.( Mjiii,. wortl.l
W'li.il.saie and Ib-t.ri Jim..
's- Imliatioii. Sold Ii v all
i-ts .! roc. 'ImiiiI .he
t nited sr.-ie
al'il I 'lliailas. 10. il l.e U I' I- k . . :T.
TKi!. Pi-ourietors. lio-ion M.is,
W!ol.i:sAI.K Mr.S AM I K.H oi:s
V'hole.ali: nnd Leiail Ileal, rs lu
Uoiciu'ii uiul Domestic Liquor.
ol nil Kind.-
NO. (10 OHIO LEVEL
MI-.S-I..X. SMYTH A CO, have ron-Hnily a lar"c
stoek of the best "owls lii tin- market and i-ic
.ieela attention lo the wholesale branch of the
MITI'AL All) SOMWY.
jUHHKA! EUHLKA !
A Sl IlSTITITE KOI! LIFE IN'sI'It
Mutual Aid Socikty
Oli.'iinl...il July Uli, HJ77, I'mler the LitWHtit
tlie State of Illinois. Coii.vrlclitcd July
U, U77, under Act of Comrfss,
WILLIAM KTHATTON. I'iikhidkst.
Mits.I'. A. TAYI.OH, . . Vick I'uksiuknt.
J. A. (iOI.DSTlNIJ, . . TmtAsciiKit,
1)H. J.J. (j(ilil)ON, . Mkii. Alivtsoa.
THOMAS LEWIS, . . Kkuiktaiiv.
IIOAItl) OK MANAOT.ItK:
.1. J. flOItDON, riiyslclait Caw Ills.
.Mrs. I-. A. i ai miii, Superintendent of
Scho'ds, Alexander County "
Mrs. K. ('. KOIll). Variety itmelii-. si,., ,.
.1. A. WOLIisTI.NK, of Ooldslliii. Alio-
senuuicr, w iiitiesaie anil itetull Dealers
In Hiiiub-and l-'ancy Hrv (ioods
X. II. tlllSTI.KWOoll. of Mlhkle &
I lilsllewood. ( onimlssloii Meicliants,
t.'oltoli nml Tobacco 1'neiois - o
H. 11. A VKHS, of Ayers A Co,, Coininls-
"mil iinn iiiiinri ii i i 1 1. , ,,,,,,,,, , it
Tllo.MAS I.KWIS, Insiirancu Miinae;,.,.
ii ii Aiionier in j.hw i ii
WM. H'rUA'rt'OX. of Hlniltoii lllrd.
Wholesale Orocers - ,.
(1KO. M, A 1.1(1-: S, Commission Mer
chant, "H Ohio Levee .. ,,
JAS.H. IIKAHKK.S, Aeiil Mississippi '
1 (IIM-f I I II 1 1 r ) .1 1 ( Ml 1 1 I i 1 1 II 1 1 HI II V "
IIAIIIlISON ilUl'l'T, Waluhuiaker ami
( II AH. K. HTt'AIIT. Wholesale und lie
nut nrv iiooits ami Miiious ..
KKWAKll A. lll'DKH, .Muiiiiliietiirliie
Jeweler mill Wholesale lleilh'l' III
X'alcliiuakers"rools und Mnterliil -
KKWIN II. KHXKVt', 1'roprletoi- St.
Charles Hotel ,,, .
IIA.KN LKIoilTOS.Commlssloti Mer-
Dr. KKWAKll It. lioli. f, s. Mi.,i,i
Southern District Illinois Sprliietlebl, Ills.
.-us. n. a. i etc. villa lihli'c. "
lir. It, S, IHlHillAV I'lij-lcluii. IniMauapnll,, ,
J s M, OI.LATT, Ileal Km,-
-veeiit Keo dik. tniMi
He). I.WIK C, WKI.I.S. Melboilll
M 111 Uti-r . . ii, i .1 i.... e
J . Ii. til Ll.liV, Mel-chiiut .Mel-ldal'i, .Miss!
DRY GOODS. ETC.
QOLDSTINE &' i
!- v ROSEN WATER.
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
Ooodu and Clothing: House in this City;
are roccivinjr new Goods daily and are
offering1 great bargains in the most hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS ; Silks, Cashmeres, Eon-
rettes, and a great many other new
styles of Drew Goods, Fans, Etc.; In
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
J ACOB WALTER,
Dealer in Fre.sli Lcat.
Motwoou W'.iKliinjrioii ,i c;,,m.
UlCfci.il A v., IKljoinill-: IlllllliyM.
r .rlu.r'.pta1.:,.; zr i
I'AlXTs. uii.s. v u.i. I'vi'i.it. i re.
!l: it l.f, is
Window G,i,s. imlow sluuics, Etc.
Alt ay a on hand the c e
A u i'o i'u
Bross" linilillnu'. Com-1
IIM-lcial Ate.. I
LXAMJHIt COUNTY BANK,
C0111n1eiTi.il Avenue and F.iglilli Sir-jet,
V HIM is. I're.oi,.,,,
I. NKH'. Vi.-.- lT:.:.-ut.
II. W KI.I.S. Cashier
T. J. KKKTH. Assistant Cashier
V. IIm's. c.-ilr,,;
I'eter NelT. I alio:
' . .M Osleriob.
K. Under. ( aire ;
I has. (), Puller,
William Kliii-. CalM;
W llliuni Wolf. ( uiro;
H. L i:il!ii;.-sli v. sr. LcmiI
J. V. Clem-on, Caledonia.
oi:m:i:.i, iiankin.; htsinkss honk, r.x
1 ihi.iije soitl unit boaflit. Iiit,.r.- tn.nl In n
e..,lf. iFi-iariineiii. ( olleeii,,,,. ,,,,!
bll.ll.ess promptly alien, !e, to.
rj'IIi: CITY .NATIONAL HANK,
'ai t'( , 1 1 liin ok.
S 1 0 0,000
W. C IIAI.LIDAY. President.
bLII)AV. Vice I'l-esiiletlt.
WAI.TEH 11 V sl.01', Cashier.
S. STAATH TATMlR. w. H. IIAI t tHAV,
IICMIV I.. IHI.I.IIuy, II. ( CSMNOHAll,
0. I. V. I1.MA Nso.S, STI.I-lltN IIIKI,,
II. II. CASOtK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
iion.irr AND SOLI).
Deposits received and a general banking bnsliies
jNTEHl'UISE SAVINGS BANK,
Cliurtentl Jlarcli III, lil(!!.
OFFICF. IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
IMKIIKsTpald on deposlis Mnrrh 1st ami Sep.
tenibi-r 1st Interest not withdrawn Is uddedliu
inedlaii ly ih tin- principal of tbu deposits, (hereby
iMvluji them coitipoiind liiteiest.
.""('Iillilwii nml iimnli'd women may deposit
iiioiiej- nml no one i-!hp can draw It.
WALTE1UIYSLOP, TuEAsi iiLit.
The inleiller. a retired physician, hnvlni: prov.
I'b'lilliilly discovered, while II Medical Missionary
ll sonllieiii ,shi. a very simple Vi-u.'tiililt reineily
lor the sp edv iniilpermaiieiii cure ol't'oiisiimpilon.
Alliiiia. Htonclilils, Ciilarili. mill nil lb rem mid
uuu ; iill'ei'tlniis. also n positive mid radical speclile
lor Venous ieby, I'rematun. Hecav, m,i nil
eivous Coiiiplaliits, feels It his duty in make It
known lo the siitVcrliiK li-llous. Ai-linil.-il by this
lootlM', hu will i'Ih ci liilty semi (lieu of cliai'u'el to
nil v lm ib -lie ll, I In- recipe for prepiirliitf, and full
illleelloiis I'm siieecssrully lislim this prinl.lenllillly
di-einrreil it - m... I . 'I hose wlniwlsli to uvilll tin ni-1'i-ln's
l Ibe b, ., ... eil- -llsi-overv without cos
eiiu do so by leliu-ii mall, by iidilrosslini, yi
sliunii, Hu. t IIAIII.KS I', M AItsilALI,,
No, aa Mii"hrn Nireet,
lll trAi.o, X. V
NEW A D VEETIHEM ENTS.
captio'nlU lfl"'.w,',e,J lvertle( under tho
v "America Ahead In Spool Cotton."
Cotlon in threads,
t the rarla Exposition, decreed. Gold Modal and
.n"d1P'!8,0,heW,l",n'tlc L,ne Company for
Spool to ton especially .dpu,d for use 0 ,wlK
machlnea. ' over.im,gret thro.d mannfacturea
of the world, we owe It . . duty to the public and
to Mussr,. J, 4 p, Coata to aunoutico that.
No Grand Prizes were decreed at Paris
for Spool Cotton.
W art) advised by (,'ablo of the followlna awards:
J. & P. COATS, GOLD 3IEDAJ.
Willimatic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
It L or th "lnmt of ," w
arlt Hf "y. r mMM lu Iod Island tho
lre.t Spool Cotton Mill. u tli0 United Htatos.
hero their Spool Cotlon la manufactured through
every proces. from t, raw ,,, ,
njiooi ( otton.
Hole Agenti In New York for
J A I' COATS.
iunmu LrarrfR-aa inii(ii,!,ii
Z J' ' ''('"( tVntcnr li ritissollon
22. T ' ai.-l f,.te.,n:d lulvg Asr.
n' i.uTo"i. i, ti.""r w"," "' '-" "" "
".1.'' V"1':. ' J "1"'. t- i
JJKFOUK VOL' START
Insure AgaiiM AccMciit.
i't M ArcMrnt TUkct r.r V.-,.r', ... .1
AiI.:m ;l1 A-,,l'-v Railway Stations
t . uii . .1 , , . i '"frtU.
J-i lo"!,' 11 1 rear.
i '.! , !':': "''I "'"' at-frove-J ttyle of la-
naiwilomwiin,,,, Maiieil r ,. AUUro.1
hyJ'V: i:AL V . Nut,, a ,i Mo'ifoc Ku., Chicago.
Q7v "AY ' -- ""Rva-iue f..r tin- Kmrsinr
V 1 I V II I' l , - i ' -1" C' Jl'.-ss, 1'
;.y 'a.h v r.iTis. .-.m, I,,,;.
. lis . ),' .0 or ei,)l
tiles. Mall A t u,.
Iliid-oii. N V.
". ( l.n.-i.o 1 ir i-. 1 lipids 1.1 .
Na-.nii. N V.
' IK'I ;.lis
e'l 1. .1 tin .
-i-'l C cr.l (. j ,
has been nwiinled at the I'm is Kxhihi
tioiiof u;7;j to
O. N . T.
Bet Six-Cord Spnl Cotton, It is eeb
briite.l lor In in -.stroii"-, clastic. Und ,,f
uniform strength, it has been awarded
iiicdalsnt the great eiH..itioiis. lioni the
first at I'liiis, in liS.V,. totheC ntennial
at I'l.ila.lcl,hia in I JE 7J. In this conn
try ( huk's (t. N. T. Simm.J (otton is
widely known in till sections fur its Su
perior llxc. llerice in Mm hine uml Imini
sewing. '1 heir mills at Newark. N. .!..
and I'aislcy. N-otbniil. arc the largest
and most complete in the world. Tin
entire process or imuiufactiii-ing is con
ducted under the hum complete and
(:iM-fiilsiipi iiMon. ami th. v claim for
their America:) production iit least nil
i.i'.il merit to that produced in PaM.-
NO (.HAND PKIXIIS were awaidetl at
I'ai is for si'( lOI.Cntioii.
i Ic y arc triad to nnnouiiceto the Aiuei i
I can public that they have been awarded
j :t 'odd Medal, h'iiij- the hbhi.st award
i -hen for six-ford spool Cotton.
i'ivvw A. CI -irk cv I'.rotlier.
; ; sou:a(,knts
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