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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1878.
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OFFICIAL 1'ArKlt OF THE CITY AX ft COIXTY.
otilv Morning Ihiily i Southern Illinois
M.Jl. ll.-u-roll, KU tor.
It is (iiiti! manifest that Uussia is afraid
to measure swords with England. The
controversy over the San Stcfatio treaty lo
t rayed the fact; the neglect to send forces
to help the Atnoor of Afghanistan, confirm
Of all mad ami foolish suggestions that
ecr originated in a rational brain, is that
i.f a T'-xas paper the suggestion that the
Democratic party voluntarily surrender
tn the lt-'puMican party a sufficient nimiVr
of soutliern congressional districts to dis
arm that party ot hate of its weapon of "a
o:id Sooth." The idea is prewterous, the
suggestion most cowardly.
A la.'.ks of Hatter's appointees Lave
Wu kicked out of the treasury department
on the ground that Den Butler is inimicn!
to the aiministrat'uu. And thus goes on
the glorious work of civil service reform,
oy which tli,- ailtiiiuistration hoped to win
tie- applause of rii1t thinking people.
a the jrci-4em Ix-nd his cnt rr'ii-, now. to
tin- i:iat)ifv.raVd tork of nr-carjvt-lmyi.in
tl.v s-iutli. and hi' w..-t enemies will 1e
a r;r"i-d. His 3ilur.ni-tr.-iti' n will stink i;i
ih'- ti'u-tri'. of every Ixmot man in America.
Pi;iiiLvr JInycK and t'ne iiifinlx-i.n of
ld c:il;n.': scut (-on'.'ratiilations to the
( hii'H.i) C'i:iim -n i:il cnventi'in and -j.r-.jNl
thi-linjic thsit its wi.rk would he
frditfnl in the way of ld'tt.-ring t!ie trade
facilities li'-twi'en the two ncr-an-. Th
coiivi-iition Vi-jy propel ly li piled, hy recoin
liK ji'lin' ciinLTi-isiniial aid in the con--tnKtion
of tin TiVii I'ictlii: rail
1'i't 1. and the i-xt.-n'-ion of the time
f.-r couiili.-tin th" Northirn I'aeilic.
Tie-;- yreat work" tinder way, and thom
amis of men, now idle and facing want,
tvoiild find employment; and cmnjilcteil, a
Imi-l would n lifted from the inter-iKean
commerce that would give it a life and
prosperous activity to which, hitherto, it
has hei'ii a stramjer.
SlAATOIt DUUCK, of Mississippi, who
has heen traveling on the continent, re
tinned to Washington lately, and, with his
wife, will take pu-si'ssiiiii ii)' Ms pnhilial
ri'sidenee on Capitol Mill. And now comes
Washington's social "ihIi.'1 Dmce mid his
wife are negroes. Olliciiil eliijui tle ri (ilires
that the wives of cahinet ollieers, of S-na-tms,
and of other nflicinl dignitaries, shall
call apon them. Hut the demands of (ti
ticite will he disregarded. D -publican
love for the colored race goes no farther
than talk; and Mrs. linice, although of su
perior mental endowments, will be as coin
pletely ostracised from the society of Wash
inirton women, us she would lw? were her
li sidi nee a pest house. Dut it's right.
Otherwise the negroes of the coiinliy never
woi-i.li open their eye to Uepuhlicim hy-pocrisy-to
the fact that they are regarded
as "voting cattle," not lis human beings.
HtssiA has been guilty of a ' .l scs hi;i,.
i.i," mid England must "go for her," ;,.).
end Kaufl'uian has spoken of Russia Hs mi
empire upon which "the si ( f 1(.MV,,M
never sets." Now since it is known that
(iieat Britain has a monopoly ,,( Mm-liinc,
mid ImslHinsteil. for years, that it iK Yu (c).
lia' dominions "upon which the sun 0f
heaven never sets," where is time room (,t
a compromise? J'ossiLly Knglinul my
consent that the Muscovite m-iy say thai he
is t-,e inhabitant of an empire upon which
the "siin ever shines"; but the cpiv. i m
"never sets" is the peculiar properly o'
Great Britain, and ltu-si.i must keep hands
off, or hear the growl of the lion. There is
a distinction h"re, with a marvellously
small difl'ereiic" to iiiniiit-iin it; but n little
dilViTctiee with lliissin, g,,,. j,,.,,, Nvnv
with England, as Ihe coiiin.M.r,y ,..
ing the San Stef.iuo treaty veriti Wwln
said "Here, the treaty; plao it before the
Berlin congTcsf; take up its stipulations, a
part ot them, none of them, all of them,
discuM them a you choose." England re
plied t "That won't do. You muHt mj
here's the treaty; discuss the wholo of it.'
Say this or England will lie on your back
leforc you can say Jack Robinson." ' And
Russia, the great, overgrown lubber, said
it; and straightway England felicita
ted herself on tho achievement of a great
diplomatic succesis and Beaoonsfleld be
came renowned as the greatest diplomat and
strategic statesman in tho civilized .world.
How the "sunshine affair" will be adjusted,
remains to lie determined.
The booni of the cannon and tho clash of
sabers have already been heard in the
mountain passes of Afghanistan, and for
months to come war and rumors of war
will form the burthen of our cablegrams.
Willi a small force, not exceeding 40,000
men, England has dashed among the great
mountains of the Ameer's dominions, and
scattered his turbanned subjects like chaff
before the whirlwind.
Russia, huge in territory, but weak in
lighting ability, will stand securely aloof.
The Muscovite will have no part in the
conflict, although to a great extent, respon
sible for its commencement. England ex
pects, nay craves his interference; but she
will not lo gratified.
The British, in our opinion, will be called
uiKin to confront the Ameer, only. As to
the result of such an unequal conflict no
intelligent person can have any doubt.
Heavy British forces will be hurried for
ward, the war will le pushed, and before
the advent of another year, the Ameer's
submission will k chronicled, and the
triumph of F.nrr!..nd will be made com
plete. GIVE THE Y.-OMEX A CHAXCE.
The search for Stewart's body should be
confided to the Xevv York boarding-house
mistresst-s. If ihey would not succeed in
finding the body, they would, at least.
make a great many people sorry that it was
ever stolen. Only last week, a Dr. George
M. Douglass.. was arrested as a particcps in
the crime, for several reasons. One of them
was that "he never gave a satisfactory ac
count of himself, "to the landlady of his
Uie.idingdiousi.-. Another was that he was
very reticent; didn't appear to relish the
subject especially at meal time; and when
the conversation turned upon the drops of
corruption that fell from the decomposing
IkxIv, he was seen to drop his knife, stop
eating, and turn pale! All the facts and
appearances were duly reported by the land
lady, and straightway Mr. Douglass was
suspected. If the doctor is not guilty, why-
is it he lias not unbosomed himself to that
anxious boarding-house f inale; and, above
all, why is it that he stopped eating and
turned pale when the tea-table talk turned i
upon the corruption that dribbled from tin
rotten 1h.1v as the robbers conveyed it
across the church-yard? If tics'.- things nre
not explained, to the entire satisfaction of
that landlady, D mglass ought to siilf r.
That's all we have to say on that le-ad.
THE GAUNTLET TO BE T1IIIOWX
Repeated intimations of a disinclination
on the part of both parties to do much
work, during the approaching session of
congress, Hi-- thrown out in nearly every
telegram from tin- seat of government. But
there will In-red hot wrangling from the
start. The Ic-pulilican sid-; will ut once
commence tin: manufacture of capital for
the campaign of Md. The ground-plan of
the work is ain mly laid out. A vicious,
intolerant and pi-rsist-nt attack will be
made upon the South. Its people wlli be
charged witli a total disregard of the con
stitutional amendments, and of merciless
outrages upon Southern Republicans. The
"solid South' will be the text; the bloody
nether garment will be fished up, and flout
ed in southern fuees. Everything that can
be done will he done, and everything that
can be said will be said, to exasperate
southern men beyond endurance. The He
publican party would give a million of do!
lars, to-dny, for the presence, in cither
house, of a southron who would re-play
the role of Brooks. They would gladly
furnish the Sumner. Every blow they can
win from a southern list, and every ball
they can draw from a southern revolver,
will be worth millions to them. But the
Democrats of the ,i,t, r,.y UM, (, j,,,,,)
sense and forbearance of the southrons.
They expect to see such a display of moral
heroism us will render nil dibits to goad
them to acts of violence or indiscretion,
abortive. Never before has the !ue of the
Democratic party depended so much upon
a contingency, n, ut the present time,
t'oohiess, moderation, nn evident determin
on the part of th,. southern delega
tion to work "unsellishly and patriotically
lor the common weal, will strengthen
hiiihl up the Democratic pal ty in the north,
and insure its triumph at the polls in No
vember, isHd. To resent the taunts ;m,
Jeers that w ill be heaped upon tliein, will In
to fall into tho very toils that Republican
unscrupulousness has laid for them, and to
place weapons in tho hands ot the party
that will ba used with great pertinacity and
telling effect hereafter. ' In the Senate there
are two prominent Republican aspirants
for the presidency in the House, the Lord
only knows how many. From these the
hot shot of denunciation will come. If
Democrats will iron-clad themselves with
patience, and a stout resolve to endure to
tho end, all will be well.' Otherwise, all
will be disaster.
THE PULPIT AND THE STAGE.
There are kinds of play houses that bring
a marked measure of damnation upon any
community that tolerates them. Theso
places deserve tho heaviest shots that can
be fired from tho armament of tho pulpit or
judge's desk; but it seems to us that the
indiscriminate warfare that U being waged
by the pulpit against the theaters of the
country, has not won the moral support of
the masses. The legitimate drama, pre
sented by respectable actors and actresses,
commands the support of many of the best
men and women of the country, and is be
coming universally recognized as a most ef
fective means for impressing upon the pub-
lie, great moral truths and useful lessons.
The temperance lecture will never be de
livered that will paint the horrors of drunk
enness and the blessings of sobriety with a
tithe of the effect that ''Ten Nights in a
bar-room" is sure to work wherever present
ed. The same may be said of "Undo Tom's
cabin." Reduce to a single discourse all
the alwlition lectures ever pronounced, and
that discourse would fail to portray the
curse and horrors of African slavery in as ef
fective a light as would a single presentation
of Mrs. Stowe's great domestic drama. And
so on through the whole list of respectable
modern dramas. Virtue is made triumph
ant over vice: honesty over dishonesty, and
truth over falsehood. The aim of tha
pulpit, therefore, should be to elevate ar.d
purify, and not to crush, tear down and
destroy. The one they may accomplish ;
the other, never. In view of this seeming
certainty, the general reader will regard
assaults upon the theater, like those given
b.-low, as wasted ammunition. Fierce de
nunciation does no good, and, contempla
ting the increased and increasing popularity
of respectable places of amusement, it is a
matter of some surprise that minLu-rs of
intelligence and advanced ideas continue
to give voice to denunciations so bitter, yet
so idle as the following:
On Sunday last, Rev. Y. X. Richardson,
of Med way, Miss., said that the history of
the stage was a history of sin and sh:im
He censured the newspapers for devoting so
much encouragement to actors, and added:
" I ask, in all sincerity and honesty, what
kind of t.i.-te is that that admires the the
ater, with its tinsel and gaudy trappings,
the bedizened and painted actress, nod the
lewu d Hieing girl on the stage? if the
theater is a school of morals, why should
those who patronize it blush to admit the
ac tors and actress-.-s to their hoim s and
table.s? Slum the theaier as you would a
pest hoits:;. It is an enemy to morals, and
curses society where it exists." The Rev.
A. YV. Lightburne, of Baltimore, said that
theaters found their chief advocates among
sinaeis. lie " marvelled that the people of
this enlightened country would support a
band of infamous characters, dancers, tid
dlers, boxers and other similar vampires,
who feed upon the community,"
The effect of all such tirades is to exas
perate the patrons of respectable theatrical
entertainments, and to convince nobody.
In other words, it is pulpit ammunition
worse than thrown awav.
Ax Astomsiii.no r.ur. 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 and 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
aside 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 in every case. You can buy a wimple
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst ease, Positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
IxinoKsTioN. rue mam tiiuso of ner
vousness is indigestion, and that is caused
by weakness of the stomach, Xo one can
have sound nerves ami good health without
using Hop Bitters to strengthen the stom
ach, purify tin; blood, mid keep the liver
and kidneys active, to curry off all the pois
onous and w aste matter of the system, See
LKTTI kY) 1,1 '.MAN'S LAI NDUY.
Mrs. I,ettie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that she is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. She has re
duced prices to suit the times.
Cltl'.W .Iacksoi'n best Sweet Navy Tobacco,
THE EYE, EAR ami THROAT
Hiiccessmllj Treated with.
SUCCESS la the leat of merit, and in the. treat
ment of Catarrh Affectioua after o many mlaera
ble failure, meaua undoubted apectAc curative pmu
ertlea la the remedy uaed. Doea Sanfurd'a haul
teal Cure for Catarrh poaaeaa auch propertieaf The
evldcuce la Ihe aha pa of unsolicited U-a-timoulala
from the nioat ruapeetabls people from
all atatlotia of life, muat be couclnetve oathla point.
Never, we believe, In the history of popular medl
eiuea has auch valuable teetinionr been offered,
freely odered. In lavor ol any remedy thaa that in
poaaeaaion of the proprietor of bauford'a Kadlcal
Cure. Aud valuable aa it ia. It doea not represent
a thonaaudth part of the recommendation which
are to-day offered by friend to friend In Ita favor,
t'eopleol wealth and refinement In all parta of the
country dally admit Ita anperiorlty over any method
of cure known to the regular medical profeaalnn,
but bun the publicity iucidental U a publlahed
ataletuent. lli-ure the t--atiniuuiala In our ponnea
alun represeut but a amall part of tluwe withheld
for the reason mi-ntlnued. The follow in j; unaolleii
ed testimonial trom llonry W v.ll a, Kaqr., of Well.
Fargo ,t Co.' Exprea. la an outspukea indorse
ment of which wc are Justly proud.
Mi-sr. VtKK4 t Pottxii, Wholesale. Druclsla,
Ileston. Mas.: (ientlemen. I have for some moiilh
felt it a duty that I owe to aufferini; humanity to
write you slatiiii) the great hem-tit that 1 have deriv
ed from the use of Sanfurd'a Itadiral Cure for Ca
tarrh. 'nr more thou aiyrai have been aflli-tod
with till" very troublesome complaint. 1 have tried
all the remeille that I evuld rind, but without man-rial
or permanent bcucllt. Last full the disease
bad arrived at that nme that 1 must nave relief or
die. The entire membranou aysteiu had become
so inflamed, and the atomacb ao dtaordored, thut It
waa a doubtful mutter whether I eould xo to the I'a
cirjc roast, or if 1 did go whether I ahould lie to
come back or uot. I saw an udvertirement of this
mediciue, and although being very iticrcduluix
alnmi api-eltii or nostrum of any kind, yi-t in beer
desperation I tried tnia. and wa ut once lieut-ntted
by it. The change of cliiu.-tle. a chronic disi-aiiu of
the liver, and my am over 7i may prevent my en
tire restoration, but tho benefit 1 iferivu from it
daily use ia to uie invaluable, and I am buptuK to be
compli-tely cured, and at last arrlveat a rcspt-uaMe
If this f tst'Lu-i.t of my rase can be of any service
to those afflicted as 1 huu- been, and eualilu you to
brilii; this remedy into inure general use. especially
on the Pacific coast iw hire It Is iniu h needed) mv
ol'j-ct I'a wriiini; this not'.- will b-j obtained.
Wrv trulv oiir'.
HEN'liV WKI.I.S.of Wella. Fr-4o 1 Co.
Aurora. X, V.. June, IsVj.
Each pnclcig? :.f Sanfurd' Itailtcal Cure con-situ
Ilr. Sanfords ImproM (I liihallns Tube, ami lull
direction for Its use in nil case. I'rli e Hue IMhir.
For sale by all wholesale and retail drn.-L'ists and
dealers throuetio'.t the I nited Mates aiidt anaila.
W KkS Jc furi Kll. ii-nerat Acuta and WuolvJ
saL' Drue.L,'ist. IkiMoii. .Ma-.
Collin's Voltaic Plaster.
This ia to certify Hint I hie hern usiu-.' yoi.r
Coilina' Voltaic i'lu-t'-rs for Knlnri mi-ul of the
Spleen and Depression cf tae stomach, and they
base fleu nie more u liet than any other reim-ih 1
have ever tiaed. I woulil liiehly recommend tlii-m
to all iudcriiitf from tee crti-cn of (mill Mini ii.fianm
tioii. J. W. SKLI.s.
Pickering. Jin.' June -J. lsTT..
Having occasion tu us' a remely frr a very severe
pain iu my side I trinl mm of your l'nllius "ViiltBic
l'luster. aud in twenty four hours the pain was en
tirely removed, J. it. SAM Us,
...-( i.'ii-lilfr First Nat. Lank.
Winona, Minn., Jinn- in, ISVT
Collins' Vultlc I'lat.r '.'Ive lie-bir-l satisfaction
hereof an; thing that hi" 'ecu tried fur lin.eiiesi
end Weakness of the bock. Please -etnt more rint
away. J AUKS l.hWls.
Liyuiit, 111. .June lti. ls',7. .
Prico 'Jo Out.--.
. !! careful to call for Collin's Voltaic IVH"ter lest
vol i;-( soini' oith.s imitation. Soul by nil
Wholesale nt.l Iiitall Unii-i-ts thriiii.-bniit the
t'nit-d Stji.-s melt lunulas, una by hLhs PUT
TF.IC. Prourii tors, liostun Mas.
WIIOLrMI.K V.'INLS AND I.IOlOKS
1, SMYTH it CO.,
Who!' sak and Itetail Dealer iu
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
WiiH'S of till KukI.-
XO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MKsSI.'S. SMYTH A (). have constantly u lniL-e
stock ol the best foods In the market nini sir
esjieeliil iitlet.tidii to the wholesale branch ol the
J! I 'TLA L All) SOilKTV.
j,U'KEKA! EL'iCEKA !
a si:i:stititi: ion like i.vsru-
Ii;tl'al Aid Society
Orjruiil.i-il July fttli, III"", I'mli-r llio. Iji-as of
the State of Illinois, fop; righted .Inly
0, 11177. Uinler Aetiil Coliuress.
WILLIAM STKATTUN. Piiksidkst.
Mas. P. A. TAYI.olt, 'n r. Puksiubnt.
J. A. (iill.DSTINI-:. TiiEAsi'iiiat.
Da. .1. J . (iOKDON, - Mkd. Amtsoii.
THOMAS LEWIS, - - hmio.TAHY.
lltlAIil) OK WASAOKIts:
,1. J. flOltDKN. Plivsleliin Cairo, Ills.
Mrs. P. A.TAVl.tilf, riupi-rlnteiideiit of
Sicho ils, Alexiinilei-Coiilitv " "
Mrs, K. C. Ft I HI). Variety llrmkel Stole, ' "
,J. A. (itiLI)S'HNK, of tMihlslltie ,V llo-
si-nnaler, Wholesitle mid Ketnll lleiili-rs
In htuile mid l-'uiicy liry (iiiinls " "
X. II. TlllST'LKtt HOI), of lllnklu &
Thlsllewood. ( omiiili'sliiu Merchants,
Cotton nii'l Tiibiiecn l-'uclnrs " '
H. I). AVKItS. of Ayersifc Co., Coinmls-
sliin Meriliinil" " "
Tllo.MAS LKWIS, Iiimiiuuco Mitiiauer
mid Attorney at Law " '
WM. SjTHATTON, of Htraltuu ,t Itlrd,
liiilesiilo (inicerM " "
(iKD. M. A I . I I i N . CiiiiiiiiIhi-Iiiii Aler-
chiint, TH Ohio Levee "
JAH. S. KKAHIlKN. Aiieut MIsHlsslppi
Vullev TriiiispnrtMlliin Cnmpunr. " '
HAItltfSON HOl'l'T, Wulchuiuker unci
Jeweler " "
('HAS. It. hTCAItT, Wholi-siiletiiid He
lull Drv (looils anil Nollon " "
liliWAHU A. Ill-1 1 Hi. .Maiiuraclnrln!
Jeweler Hllll Wholesale Dealer III
Wnteliiuiikers'Tools iiml Mnii-rliils., . . " "
KDWIN It. F.UNF.W, Proprietor Si.
t'hiirles Hotel " "
HAZHN I.KliiHTDN, Commission .Mer
chant " "
Dr. KDWAIID It. ItoK. t'. H. Mnr.liul
Koiiihern Dlstrlet Illinois hprliieileld, Ills.
Mrs. S. A. AVKItS Villa Itldeo.
Dr. It. h. IIKKHIAM. PhysleliiiL liidlaiiiMiiilia. Inil
JAS. M. (fKLA'IT, Ileal Lalnie
Ailelil Keokuk, InWft.
Kev. I )A II) C. WKI.l.N. Methiiillil
.Minister (il'llllll Jlllietlnll, T'etlll.
J. It. dl I.I. H Y Men haul .Merlilan. .Mis.
DRY GOO 1)8, ETC.
The lurjest wholesale ami retail Dry
Goods and Clothing House iu this City;
are receiving1 new Goods dally and arc
offering' great bargains Ih the most hand
some Hues of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Bou
rettes, and a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every dejiartmciit of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to rail and see their stuck.
J ACOU WALTElt,
Dcalov in Inrush Moat.
llotwofMi WiiwhliiKtoii unit Com
laeri'ial Av, luljoiniiio; Haimyw.
KEEPS for sulc Ihe beat lie. f. Pork. Mutlou, Veal,
Laiuli, Sausage, Ac, aud ia prcpured to aurvo
families iu au acci'l'tabie inuutur.
TAINTS, OILS. WALL PAI'Klt. KTC.
JL F. liLAKK,
lit o lit; is
'a i n t s. ( i 1 , Va rn ilies, Iirulies
Window Glass, Window Shades, Efe.
Alwava ou hand the celebrated li.i.iaismo
Bros' Liillilinz, Coin-1
inerilnl Ate.. f
EEXANDEU COL'XTV 1JAXK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Struct,
V. P.ltoss. -r,..l'lent.
P. .S KIK, Vice Pre.nleu.
II. WKi.l.S. t ushier.
'I'. J. KKIlTH, As.istant Cashier.
K. Dross, Cairn; Willt.im Kluee. Cairo;
Peter Nett, ( oru; llliam W ml. i uiro:
l'. N 0-erl:.. K.I. Hllllli.-.!e. St. olils;
L. Ihnler. I aim; J. i . I ieiii-oli, l ninluiiio.
I has. ) PaliiT.
t OKSKItAI. IIANKINIi lit SINKss IlOVK. Kx
i i b -in ue sola ai.d bi.imbt. Iiiiereft paid in tin-sanii.-s
l)eiarti,ieiit. I o! !i 1 1 ;oiis made aiel ail
business promptly a;leii.lei to.
'PIIE CITY -NATIONAL HANK,
( '.-ii i- , 1 1 1 i I k lis
CA PIT A I i. HI 00,000
W P. II 1 I.IDA V. Presi tent.
H. L. IIA I.I.I DAY. Me- Piv-i.leiit.
WAI.TLK IIYsl.oP, ( ashler.
. STlATS TAVMlll. W. f . IIAl.t IMV,
IIKMO 1.. II A I 1.1 Ii A , It. II. 1 I SSIM.II 11,
(.. II. W Il.l.lAMsuS', S1'l.l'lli:S 11.IE0.
II. It. I AM.,. I..
Excliangc, Coin and l.'niteil Slates lioinls
IIUftillT and sold.
Deposit" received and a eeiieral baiiUiij; bii'lne.
JNTElil'lMSE S.VV1NUS HANK,
Cliai tend Match ill, llUl'.i.
OFh'ICL IX CITV NATIONAL HANK,
4 'nl t'o, 1 1 liuniH.
INTLItKST paid on (lepn.lt March tat and Sep
tember 1st. Interest tint ithilniHii is added Im
mediately tu tin- priliclinl of thu (leposlls, I hereby
(ilvni;- them i oiiipiiinid llileresl.
t CCIiiMi'i'ii ami iiiarrieil woineii nitty lemslt
latiiiey mill no one else can ilruw It,
WALTElt JIYSLOP, TnnAscitKit.
The iidve.itler. a lellred pliysli-liiu. hnvllijr irnv
lllelllllllly (llscmerell, while it'Meillial M lsslllli.ll -ii
southern Asia, a very simple veueluble reuii-dv
for the speedy mill pennalieiil cure of ( oli-uiiiplloii,
Astlimii. Ili'iiiiehllls, Coin Mil. mid nil tlin ml mill
hum iill'eclliilis. nlsn a positive nlltl unheal speellle
lor Nervous Delillltv, 1'ri-miitiiie Deeuv, mid all
Nervous CuiiiphilnlH. feels It bis duly tn miike It
known to the suffcrlllp lellow. Aclliated by this
ii i ol he, lie will el rlallv send (free of cbiiiiri-i In
nil who ilnslie II. the recipe for pri-pnrliiir. mid full
illrei lions V ir siici-ossl'iilly lislni; this prniiiletillully
illscnvereil remedy. Those who wish lo nviill them-Hi-lvea
of Ihe beiie'HIa ol this discovery wit hunt cost
(tin do so by return mull, hv niiieiliiL, with
slump, I'll. CIIAHLKss P. MARSHALL,
No. :iMNhij(tini Mi-eel,
III lOAi.ii, S. Y
raptiwot b" W,dc1' ,dvertl"ed unirr lh
"America Ahead in Siiool Cotton."
that the Jury on Cotton textile, yarn and thread.,
at tha Pari Kxpoaltlon, decreed a Gold Medal aud
Grand PrUe to Ihe Wllllmatlc Linen Company for
"Spool Cotton eipeclally adapted for naa on aewluj
machlnea," over all tho great thred manufacture
or the world, we owe It aa a duty to the public aud
to Meaan. J. 4 p. Coala to announce that.
Xo Grand Prizes were decreed at Paris
lor Spool Cotton. ,
We are advised by Cable of tho following award:
J.& P. COATS, GOLD MEDAL
Wllliniatic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and wo claim fur the winner of the Klrat Prize
that, aa Ihey have eatahliahed iu Uhodo Island th
largest Spool Cotton Mill In the Lulled State,
where their Spool Cotton I manufactured through
every procc from the raw cotton to the flnlshej
apool. America, aa represented by J, & P. COATS,
la atlll ahead Iu Spool Cotton.
Sole Agent la New York for
J. St P COATS.
AnM ktjIuH prim at CenmeUI Rti".llo fr
SSS of tlttl,n A.. . T'.- k.l l.I.um
luiut4 on luf-M woedi w. thu J w. hmt at
tnt. U) 0. A. .aeaaoa A Co.. Mfra, tumiSr
1JEF0KE YOC STAUT
Insure Against Accidents.
Uet an Accident Ticket or Yearly Tollry Iu lb
At Im'hI A'iicy ip Kailway Station.
LV.eni.nilrrth'-'rt anriurd In th rnrm.
tlo:i of UtinJit or urchttfcU b'ulti MiiuX tor
U.-OK je, uc.
l .e Lund and orcb-"
ii ai renminbi, ami nr.
Ui.nluii eli sat. I f nireiv-
I "1st i Ola Uir'. and most aiij roved atria of In
airuuieiit. now in iim. Mailed fieu. Adureu
LVON & II KALY.HtaWa'H) 4onme8t..Chlcaca
"A DAY lo Azenta canvas. in .ir m 1-iiuso.
. utTiin Term and outfit free Addn-.. P
V ' O. Vlt KLItY, Auyta. Maiie-.
.) 1'AM V I'APDS, with nime. Joe., plain nr ;-il,
"''AC' Ollltlt. UK;, J stfl.S. Uul Jt 'ly,
lludniti. ; y.
Chrom.i c. rils. rupiils iimu,.-.. finwcn.. Ac No
''two n'il.i . Mhl, in.ine. iv. Na-saii t'uril l o .
N iiksau. N . Y .
has been awarded at the Talis Exhibi
tionof loTll to
O. IN . T.
C.cst Six-Cord Shmi1 Cotton, It is celt-bi-atcd
for beiiir! strong, clastic, ami of
uniform st reiurtli. It lias been awank-d
nieilalsitt tbe L'lcat exjsosltioiis, fpoin the
first at Paris, iu ltt."5. to the Centennial
at l'liiladcli'liia in HITti. In this conn
try Clark's o. N. T. Smm1 Cotton is
Mllel v KlIOUIl ill ull sections f'o- its M-
IM-rior Lt t llence in Machitie and bund
sewinir. 'Ilieir mills at Newark. N. J
and I'aisley, N-otlaiul, are the larirest
mid most coinplete in the worlil. The
entire process , itu'iitif.u till ing is con-
(IlKteil lllltlel- the Ulis-t ci.lllplcte and
im i .-i'ul mi.. i i-imi. ttiid they claim for
tlii-ir Anicrieau pi'tMluctiiiH at least an
ei:ul lllei it to tllilt produced ill l'ilMe
No (,!:M) I'UIZI.S were aw aided at
I'.i lis forSl'OiiLCottoii.
tl.ev are glad to iiiiiiottnee to the Aineii
cit! pnlilie that theyliiue Iikii auardetl
a i(M Medal, licin die h ltr-t award
chin for si t'oitl Spool Cotton.
liconji' A. ( lark k I'rotlit r.
loo Hioiiilwav. New York.
si aviin!' amli:ha.
Timnv-Kot i: in vi:.it.
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Only f I.lMi a Year, lin lmliiiL' I'ost,it'e, W t
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Tub Si h:tii ic Avi.iikas is n l ir'e flr-t cla-
Weekly lieM.papi r of sixteen pllpes. hrillteil ill the
niost ' beaiiiiliil stile. prnliiseU- lllustrstnl Willi
sih lilliil elu'ruvlliL's. represelltlliL' the newest lllleli
tlnl.s mill the lliosl rei'i lit IiiImiIh es In the ml-iiml
SI lenei ; llH llllllli;' IIIW llllil I II li'I'l si lll' lull. Ill H'.'
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