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OFFICIAL I'APKIt OK Til K CITY AM COUNTY.
inlv Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
M.H. JIui-ii-ll, Kditor.
TllF.lth nre some deluded people ill the
world, not o tliellue ribbou sort, who stem
to t'iink there is it close conneetion between
a laugh and a '-smile." A little practical
experience, however, in some of the ways f
life, teaches them that the man who
"smiles" is very-apt to wake up the next
i.i'irtiiiiu' with a had headache.
Wi: agree most cordially with the gen
tleman who takes "notes by the way," that
L'niion. when they are effective are like
the eye-s of a portrait on the wall, which
swm to le looking at even body in the room.
Let us add, what is equally true, that a bad
t-rnton is like the eye of a man who squints,
for wherever you stand it is always looking
the other way.
Thk fighting strength of the Afghan
"iverument is probably 300,000 men. The
pi'ople of Afghanist.in are between 5,000.
i00 and 0,000,000. The countrj- measures
about 4 i0 miles by 470 miles. There are
nine distinct nationalities in the country
htxl 405 elans. Of course there are quar
rels and divisions among the elans, and it
is estimated that 110,00(1 fighting men of
Afghanistan will join the Ikitislt causa.
Thk statistical returns ot Methodism for
179 show that the number of Methodist
rommunieanN in the world is 4.480,877.
...I., ht.ii.i nAiti .iiiii traveling preachers!
The Methodist population is estimated at
'.0,000,000. The Methodist Episcopal church
reports 1,r,pt.sjH' menibers, 12,500 local and
l!.:il)S itinerant preachers. The gain of
iiu-iubers is about 17,000 for the year.
Other branches of the denomination bring
up tho total in the United States to
Siit') members, 20,1; ij (H.;l mid 23.194 itin-
Miit.iss.v r.M)KUWoo).of Vincennes, lnd
v:.sso suscejitible to wooing that she jirom-i-ed
to many both Philip II. Donovin and
AVilliam Ayics. At length she consented
to be linked to Ay res if the marriage could
be kept secret for awhile from Donovan;
but Donovan was informed by somebody,
and burst into the room just in time to in
icrnipt the ceremony. He grabbed Me
lissa in his arms and cried, "Hold on; you
promised me fiist " (io on, parson," said
Ayn s; ' we're half married, any how, and
Voti'd better finish the job." Hut theclergy
man refused, and Melissa is not yet a wife.
ioi;i!son Mami'Tos owes it to the peo
ple of South Carolina and, in fact, to the
p-ople of the whole country, to retain his
present position to the end of his term. The
St. Louis Id-publican is right, in its belief
that the people of South Carolina are ready
to give him any honor or place at their dis
posal, but tho people, of the whole 1'iiion
bave an interest in the condition of things
in that state, and their voice, we think,
would be in lavor of (!ov. Hampton re
maining where he is, since he can do ineVe
goon as governor ot South Carolina than as
senator of the United States.
IT can't be denied. The Baptists are a
progressive class ot Christians. Murine' tin
progress of a late Indiana association, the
representatives of the church concluded
that ministers ought to read the Bible nuire
Hiid.'istandingly. All of us have heard
minister read it as if they didn't uinler
t'.m l a word, and didn't care to understand.
It is not at till iM'essury ibr ministers to
(Hit on Hirs in the pulpit, to strike dramatic
attitudes, or loll t,p ih,, eyes, or mouth the
words in tones of the profoiindcst basso;
neither is it necessary to take all the sense
nit of u passage by reading it budly. It
has bceu truly said thai Bible must be
r.f Divine origin, or it could not have stood
the awful strain of onlinary clerienl elocu
tion during the hist nineteen centuries.
Hut tlio rriticiam apnlici to the germon as
well. 11 h innn nhould describe horeo
which he hint to sell io the utterly indlrTer
ont tone, la which lie talki about Ida religion
he would hare to keep the animal until ho
died of old nge.
Neai, Dow, the great teni)eranco re
former of Maine, litul a narrow escape tho
other day. For a whole generation he has
been regarded asd consistent teetotaler. But
a tramp solemnly swore that ho and Neal
Dow stood tit the Mine counter and iui-biln-d
lirandy and water. Things looked a
little serious for a while, and the teuiper-
nnee folk in the far-off region felt that even
the greatest of us will oneo in n whilo have
a fall. The tramp, however, cm the cross-
xainination explained that ho drank the
lirandy and Xeal Dow the water, and the
whole State of Maine 1 treat lied freely once
Mu. Talmaok says that if he could only
convert all the telegraph operators and all
the editors the whole earth would hear sal
vation's call iu twenty-four hours. He
simply means by this, of course, that
every telegrapher would take his religion
h tick, tick, and that even- editor would
issue an extra with an account of Talmage's
little exiK'dition to New York in it, illustra
ted by diagrams. If anything can reconcile
us to the total depravity which prevails
among ncwspnprr men and the telegraphic
corps' it i this statement. Talmage taken
iu still larger doses, the slime of New York
spread all over the country, is tixi horrible
to think id'.
At.U'Di.v! to thi-commission that is con
sidering the causes and jHvuliaritics of the
yellow fever, a New York paper correctly
suggests that " no such I sidy ot men should
convene and adjourn without putting itselt
stronglv on record against dirtv streets,
badly ventil.it -d public and private build
ings, filthy tenements imperfect drainage.
defective h'-ating arrangements, injudicious
dress, Uul cook -ry, and many other fruitful
but almost unnoticed causes of unnecessary
mortality. It is not right that the principal
public protest in print against such tvils
should be made by unprofessional writers.
Every prominent sanitarian has at 6ome
time inveighed against one or more of these
faults, but the errors that come of ignor
ance nre not killed by a single blow; they
succumb only to the most persistent pum
melling by the stoutest arms, ami the men
who nre regarded as authority on such sub
jects nre the ones to do the fighting."
It is 11 fact that has not escaped the at
tention of olisening men. that such luem
lters of Congress as owe their scats to the
purchasing jwwer of money, soon become
'spotted individuals,' and gradually sink
into contempt and merited oblivion. The
man cannot lie named who, reaching either
house of our national assembly, by fraudu
lent means, gained a high place ia the re
spect and admiration of the people. When
Webster, ('lay and Calhoun, Buchanan und
Cass were members of the Senate, the po
sition was one of sufficient honor and dig
nity to excite the ambition of the worthiest
of tho land. But times are not as they
used to be. Men of little brains and great
wealth now fill the places sanctified by the
presence of the giants of the past, und the
people no lunger gaze with respect und ad
miration upon a man because he is a sena
tor or member of congress. A cotemporary
expre.-ses a truism when he says that "silver
is excellent when used to mend a broken
skull, th- doctois prefer it to any other
metal: but silver will not put brains into
an empty head; and though a man with an
empty head buy a seat in the senate, the
cerebral vacuum will .sti!l remain."
Till: MISSOUU SENATOR.
As everything th.it concerns our neigh
bors across the river, concerns to some ex
tent, the p-ople of Illinois, we have no
ticed with considerable interest the strug
gle going on for the .Missouri scnatorship.
The gentleman who has attained the great
est proiiVineiu e in this contest is one George
G. Vest, who was a colonel in the Confed
erate army. From what be have heard and
read respecting Mr. Vest, we are forced into
the conclusion that he is unlltted, alike by
education, nature and habit, for the exalted
position he is striving to secure.
The objections urged to Colonel Vest,
and upon which we base our estimate of his
diameter, are well stated by the editor of
the Saline Couniy Index, in the following
extract from a recent number of his paper:
'Of the many candidates for this position
who have been prominently brought before
the people we believe no one attracts more
attention or has I,,,.,, more loudly praised
and lionized by his supporters than Col.
Geo, G. Vest, and at the same time wedonbt
if any of the number arc less fitted for that
high position than Col. Vest. We have all
coiitt.ience 111 the constancy of the colonel's
political convictions: we believe his integ
rity politically always has been, and would
Mill be it' elected, beyond reproach;
!- ..M !.... ,..
" "". leco-nm- ins onmancy as
ii orator, lor we doubt if in all the West
lie ive..ii 1 . , .,,
h- is excelled as a campaign speaker; still
we do not thmk b1M1 p.sscd of the proper
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1878.
qualifications for so high a position as Uni
ted States senator. Col. Vest is too violent
a partisan ; ho possesses too much bitterness
and too little caution; he possesses great
talent, but little, If any dignity; there is
not in Ids character enough of that cool,
deliberate, statesman-like judgment which
would lie necessary to make his counsels or
opinions respected in tho senate. Col. Vest
though older by acfcral years, we believe
to to less qualified for the senate now than
when lie made canvass for tho same position
in 1873, and still less fitted for tho place
which he now seeks than for gubernatorial
honors which he failed to secure in 1870.
Hut if Col. Vest was in every other respect
worthy of the senntorship, his personal hab
its ulono are enough to defeat his chances
for election ; now we know tlint his habits of
dissipation have been frequently denied,
even when his public conduct had been
such ns to force them into notice, and de
nied too, by such a seuiblancc of good au
thority, that wr would have been driven to
the belief that the charges were slanderous,
hud we not known them to be true. Tho
fact has become too notorious to be longer
denied; his greatest admirers and warmest
friend are Unind to admit it as true. And
it is true to the extent that it makes hhn
utterly incompetent to fill a seat in the sen
ate, as it would be impossible to know
when he would be in a fit condition to at
tend to his duties, or when he would not,
and would 1 likeiy to render dim impotent
just at the critical moment wlien his fullest
powers were needed. Col. Vest is a man
to whom, as a politician, the state is greatly
indebted, for in times of need none have
leen holder, or more dreaded by the enemy
than he; his caustic eloquence has ever
been powerful in denouncing corruption,
and disseminating the doctrines of a pure
Democracy; but the interests of the people
are paramount to those of any individual,
and however much of gratitude nay be due
Col. Vest, he has no right to demand that
the people should jcorpadise their interests
by electing him to a position which he is
not competent to fill."
CLIMAX OF CREDULITY CAPPED.
It has been said that when a person is con
firm' d in the faith of the Spiritualists, there
is no fpirituulistic absurdity so gross, or
fact so preposterous that it is not accepted
by such a person as a God's truth. That
this prottosition is true, as applied to a cer
tain class of Spiritualists resident of the
city of Tcrrc Haute, Indiana, will not be
denied, w hen we state that they have cer
tified to the following "wonderful mani
festation," as having occurred in their
presence. A more sacreligious, diabolical
piece of business on the part of the medium
could not have been conceived. Head the
After a little while, during winch1 Uie
spirit control talked as usual, the cabinet
door opened, and a majestic form appeared
mat niicu us witn awe; tor there 111 the
door stood, in majestic grandeur, Jesus of
Nazareth! the Lord of glory! the king of
kings! the pure and holy Christ of God!
He had come according to promise, and
stood manifest before our 'eyes. He stood
looking at us silently for several moments,
and then said: "You arc faith
ful soldiers, und greater wonders
Hian these shall you yet see."
These words he spake in a low voice, yet
distinct enough for all to hear. He reached
his hand to Mrs. Ix;wis, who sat nearest the
cabinet. She then took it and gave him a
boquct of flowers. He then readied his
hand to Mrs. Dr. Cutter, who sat next to
Mrs. Lewis, then to Mr. Kline, who hud
stepped on to the platform. lie took her
by the hands, then laid her hands upon his
head, blessed und kissed her. He then
beckoned each one of us to him, took us by
the hand, blessed and kissed us lsd'ore re
tiring to the cabinet, lie had stood in the
door and on the platform nearly half an
hour. He had on a white robe and a crown
upon his head. He left us awe-stricken
with his sacred presence. This was the
masterpiece of materialization. Surely
these nre the days foretold by John the
Kevchitor. when he declared" that Jesus
Christ should come again a second tire,
w ith power and great glory, and have not
the dead arisen throughout the land, and
angels returned, appearing unto many.
An AsToMsin.su 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 and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment und usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists mid your friends, and
try one Uttlc 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 sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst ease. Positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
Inomikstio.n. rue mam tmm ,4 ner
vousness is indigestion, nnd that is caused
by weakness of the stomach. No one can
have sound nerves and good health without
using Hop Bitters to strengthen the stom
ach, purify the blood, and keep the liver
and kidneys active, to carry off all the iiois-
iiiuiiik mul unit,, ii.i, ..rd... .,... ...., u....
' " ' "' -"""
, , v '.- T
' UK-Why will men smoke common
"Seal of North Carolina" at the satmi 1 price?
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Slices isfully Treated, with.
SUCCESS lii th text of merit, and Id tho treat
ment of Cuturib Atleclloua nflur so nntliy miner
blv f 1 1 u re . uiea 11 u 11 itoti I t ul e:IAc curative twin
ortlun lu 1I10 remedy ued. Doc Hunforil'i Kadi
leal Curt) (ir Cuturrb pusnem uch propcrtleii? The
evidence In (Is nlmpo of uimullclled tei
tlmoiilali from Urn niont reupcrtablo people from
all Utlonii ot lift, must ho cuuclutlvo ou (bin point.
Never, we bellev, In the hlmury of piipulnr medi
rlne haa "lull Valuable tcntlinoDv been ottered,
freely ouVruil. in Invur ol any remedy than that In
poaaeaaiun or llm proprlutura of Hanfbrd's Kail leal
t'ara. And valuable an It la. It dova not reirenent
a thoUHnmllh part of tbu recommendations which
are to-day oflcred l frieuda to frlcuda lull favor.
I'eoplcol Health und refinement lu all parts of the
country dally admit in aupcriorlly over any method
of cure know a lo the regular medical profcustoii,
but ahull the publicity Incidental to a puhllnhed
talt-mciit. Ilciico the tentlmonlala In our poraeit
alon represi'iit but a nmiill part of theao withheld
fur the rcanii mentioned. The following tiopolleit
cd testimonial Irom Henry Well', Kanr., of WcIIh.
i-'arito 4 Co.'n Eiirc. ia an outposcu indorse
ment of which we are Justly proud.
Mcacrs. Wekm A PoTTKn, Wholesale Druggists,
biiHtiili, Mam.: tiuutleinwi, I have furaoinemiiitha
felt It a duty tleil 1 owe to fulteriug humanity to
write you mathiK the ifrcnt benefit that I have deriv
ed from tie- Use of buafurd'a lladlcal Cure fur t'a
turrh. rorinoio than 'Jiyenia have been Billeted
with lhl very trouble aonm eumplnllit I have tried
all die rs-medlea tint I could ttnd, but without ma
tcrbl or Permanent benefit, l ust rail ih 111 ,,.,.
had arrived at that at.tte tbat I niUKt have relief or
die, The entire meitibrauoua pyatem had become
no Inflamed, and the etomach ao' disordered, that It
wsa a doubtful matter whether I could git to the I'a-cilU-
coast, or If 1 did co w hether I ahuuld live to
come back or not. 1 aaw au advertisement of this
medicine, and although be Inn very incredulous
about apecirtes or nostrum of any kind, yet In ulieer
desperation I tried thk and wai at once" beuelllted
ny it, 1 lie cImni;cH ul illmale. a chronic disease uf
the liver, and my age over lit may prevent my en
tire reaturatiuu. but the benefit I derive from ita
dally us ia to me invaluable, and 1 am hunlun to be
completely cured, ami at last arrive at a rcpectable
If thii itatrmcut of my case can be of any service
to those aril i etc d as I have been, and enulilc you to
brine thia remedy into nior general uae, especially
on die I'aciflc com-' im lu re It i much needed) my
object lu writluit this note w ill be obtained.
Very truly yours.
UKSKY WKI.I.S, of Well. Fargo & Co.
Aurora, X, V., June, is;.-).
Each package of Siinford'a Radical Cure con'slns
Dr. Sonfii.-d" Irnnrriveil I n h :ii I o y Tub., ami roll
directions for its Use In all cases. Price One bullar.
roraale by all ho!eaie and retail e.ru.'l'ts and
dealers throughout the I.' lilted Slates and Canada.
WEKhb A l'on'K.lt, lieneral A uta and Whule
sale i)ruj;niat, Iloston, .Mass.
Collin's Voltaic Plaster.
' ALWAYS CURES.
Thia ia to certify that 1 have hi.pn nairnr rnnp
Collin' Voltaic f'lnsd r for nlarK-meut of tbu
spleen and Depression of tne Stomach, and the
have (riven me more rullef than any other remedy I
have ever uaed. 1 would highly recommend them
to all autlcxiun from the effei la ot pain aud inflama
lion. J. W. sLLl.s.
I'lckeriig. Mn." Junc-X 177..
llavlu; occasion to nw a remedy for a very aevere
l ain In ny aide 1 tried one of yoiir Cl!lns''Vu!talc
I'larU-ra. aud III twenty four bourn the pain was en
titely reuoved. J. 1). SAM.Msi,
Aaa't Cashier Urst Nat. liatik.
Winona, Minn.. June Id. IsTT.
Collins" Voltlc Plat,Talve the beat fatlsfnrtlon
here of atiythiuif that has been tried for lim.eii. -s
aud weakuesa of the back. JMease ,ml more rl'ht
away. JAMES LLWIsj.
Bryant, 111., June 10. ISTT.
I 'rice 'l " Cent.
Be careful to tall for Collin's Voltaic Plaster lest
you K'-t aonie worthless imitation, siold by all
Wtiot'-ati and ltetall Irui;.l-I. Oir.,nyi.ntM the
t ritteit male Biiilo.iijdu,. mid by W KKhs & I'O'l'
TEH. I'rourietors. liostuii Mas.
W1IOLKS.U.E WIXKS A XI) I.tyl OI'S
Whole-j),.. mid lietnil Dealer la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
so. oo oino li:vi:e.
MnsSltS. SMYTH A CO. have contant!v n hree
stock of ;ln! best t'liu'is III the market und ..-he
especial attention to the wbulonle branch ot the
JII'Tl'AI. AID SIHll'.TV.
A Sl'IlSTITl'TK FOR I.IKE 1X.SUII
Mutual Aid Society
OrpiulMil July IHIi, 11177, t inier the Lawsol
the State of llllnok Copyrlcliteil July
0, 11J77. titnler ActofCoiiKless.
WIM-IAM tsTKATTON, 1'iiksiiikst.
Mil. V. A. TAYI.OH, - . Vict? I'lmaiDKNT.
J. A. (JoM)STISE, TneAseiira.
Da. J.J. UUKDUN, - Mini. Anvmoii.
THOMAS LEWIS, - Kkciibtahy.
1IOAKI) OK ma.naueiih:
J. J. (iOUDON. I'hvsli lan Cairo, Ills.
Mr. I'. A. TAYI.OIl, Superintendent of
Scho ils, Aleander ('omit v " "
Mra. K. C. FOItl), Variety ilracket Store, ' "
J. A. OOI.DST1NK. or (iiildMlne & to.
aetiwaler, Whulesule and Ketiill Dculers
111 Staple and Fancy liry tiooda " "
N. It. TIIISTI.KvWkM), of 1 1 Inkle Jt
TlilstloWiMid. Comiidi.sluii Meirlnitils,
Cottunntnl Tobacco I'm lorn " "
H. I). AY Kits, of Ayera A Co., Commis
sion Merchant " "
THOMAS l.KWIS, Iiisiiiunco ftlunaKcr
and Attornev at Ijw '
VM. HI'HATl'ON.of Slriitloii & Illrd,
Wholesale liroeer "
(il:0, M. AI.DliN. Coiiilnlsion Mer-
chant, TH Ohio Levee
JAS. H. ItKAKDKN. Aeetit Missl,s,,
Valley Transportation CoinpHtiv " "
llAKKfSON IIOlI'T, Wutcli maker and
Jeweler " "
(.'IMS. H jTt,'AI(T, Whole-aleaiid Ito
lull Drv (lood and Notions.. "
FHWAK'l) A. JU'HKIt, .Mioiurnclurlin:
Jeweler and Whiilesnle Dealer lu
Watchmakers' Tool and Material,,. .
KDWIN It. F.ONKW, I'roprlutor St.
Churle llllt'l ' 11
IIA.KN LKlOIITON.Cnminlsslon Mer-
ehunt " "
Dr. KI)WAI(I) II. IIOK. C. H. Marshal
Southern District IIIIiioIh SprliiL'fle!d, III.
Mr. H. A. AY Kits Villa Mun, "
Dr. It, S. UKIOIIAM, 1'hyslclnn. Iitillnnnpoll, Ind
JAS. M . tIKI.A'IT, Kmil Kstiiln
Aueiit Keokuk, Iowa.
Dev. DAVID -'. WKI.I.H. Melhnill.l
Minister (iriuid Jiotctloa, Tetin,
J. U.UL I.LKY tleichant Merldiui, Mis.
The largest wloletiale and retail Dry
Goods and Clothing Uonso In this City;
arc receiving: new Good daily and are
offering: great barg-ahu in the most Hand
some Hues of CAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silkn, Cashmeres, Bou
rettes, and a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; In
fact In every department of their buhi
ness, they cordially Invite the public
to call and see their stock.
X)oalcr in KrcHh IM oat.
Itj'twoi'ri WusliinKton and Coin
jaoi'i-iol Av,, iKijoinliiK llaunyH.
KLKI'S fur anlcthe heat Itcef. Fork. Mutton, Veal,
l.amb, Sausage. Ac, aud I prepared totcrve
fumilicB iu uu accptalile manner.
I'AIXIX OILS, WALL I'AI'KH, ETC.
'a i n t s, Oi Is, Vii rn ishes, Brushes
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Alway oa hand tho celebrated ii.t.i mkatisu
A vi r o v u Oil.
Bros' Building, Coin-1
inerciHl A.. (
YKXANDEU COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P P.ltOSS. I'rcldent.
I. NKFF. Vice Fr. selciit.
II. WKl.l.s. ( asbi. r.
T. J. KKlt'i'il. Assistant Cu-bl, r
F. Ilro.a, Cairo: William Klnee, Cairo;
I'eter Neir, Cairo! Willi..,. Wufr. t lr.,l
I-. ,M tisterloh, It. I. Itllllnt'slev. St. Louis;
K. Under. Cairo; J. Y. Cleuisoii. taledonia.
Chua. O I'alier,
4 (.KNKHAL IIANKINC liCSINKSS DON K. Kx
1 change sold null boiiL-hl Interest I. Hid in the
Saving Department. Collection tr.ai.e ai:d all
business promptly utteniUd In.
rJMlE C1TV NATIONAL HANK,
W. V. IIALLIDAY. IV-ldniit.
II. L. H.M.I.IO V. Vic-l-re-idem.
W ALT LII IIYM.UIM a.bier.
s. STAVTS TAVIOH. w. V. IIVIIIIUV.
IIKMIV L. IIAI.I IllAV, II. II. I I NNIMillAX.
O. 1). WU.l lAMsiiN, "elt. lllltll
II. ii. us::.
Kxehiiiijjc, Coin and 1'iiited Stales i'muls
I1ULOIIT AND SOLD.
Di posit received and a general banking brnlnes
INTEKI'UISE SAVINGS UANK,
Clmrtert d March 81, 111(1!).
0FVICK IS CITY NATIONAL HAN'K,
INTKUKSTpnld on deposit March 1st and Sep.
tember 1st. interest not withdrawn U aililedlm
mediately Ih the principal of the, deposits, thereby
Hlvltij; tliem compound interest.
('lilliiTiiaii(l iiiMi-rlfd wotnon niay depiult
inoiiey anil no niie else cun draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP, Thkam-hku.
The ndveillser, a retired physklnn. Iinvln prev.
Iileniltilly dlscoveri'd. while u Meilienl Mlssioniiry
II soillhern AhIii, n very simple vet'ellible renn ilv
nir uie speeiiy iiim nennaiient cure oi consumiitni.
Asthiiiu. Ilronchltis, Catarrh, mid nil throat n ut
I ii in; iiHei'llou. also a positive nnd rnitical speiille
for Nervous Debility, I'remattiro Decay, nnd til
M-rvoii t oinpliilnls. reel it ilrlittv to make it
known lo Hie sull'erlnir fellow. Actiinted by this
inotlve, lie will checrliilly send (free of churicHo
nil w ho desire It, the recipe for preparing., and ft II
direction for attccesal'ully llslnn thi iroviilv"(su.v
discovered remedy. Those wIiowIhIi lo ml theni
elve of the lienelll ofthli dlcovrv iMIhout cit
ran do so by return mall, hy nblreHln, with
rtiimi, Da. CHAltl.KM P, MAKS1I ALL,
No. M Mi;aril Street.
Dl KfALO, X. V
; "Ameriea Ahead iu Sjiool Cotton."
that thaJuryonCottoo toxtllc. yarn and thread,
at the Pari Exposition, decreed a Gold Modal aud
lrnd I'rlie to the Wllllmatlo Linen Company for
"Hpool Cotton cpoclally adapted for oe on ewluic
machine," over all tho great thread maunfactnrr.
of the world, we owe It a a duty to tho public and
to Mumn. J. A I'. Coat to announce that.
No Grand Prizes were decreed at Paris
for SdooI Cotton.
We are advised by Cable of tho following award:
J. & P. COATS, GOLD MEDAJ.
Williinutic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and wo claim for tho winner or the First Prize
that, a they have eatahitahed lu Ithodu Maud the
largeat Spool Cotton Mill iu the United State,
w here their Spool Cotton i manufactured tbrmma
every proce from tho ruw cotloo to the finished
spool, America, a reprcaentcd by J, 4 F. COATS,
i (till abend in Spool Cotton.
Sole Ajfent In New York for
J. A I' COATS.
. . .'r.wi ..rfniii.i.t ,. - ...
tlttwi g yw.iJi uM n t rxrrllu n n A tuiing car
ts . ,KttU,f0 aH jkmring. Tli bl Ultimo
fvw md. A, e.ir lil.t. drip ir1r mirk I cloMly
ImlulM ei li,fw .(Kla. ws Uitt Jkmt hml i
iLl'V? b"1'' lT !" .dl", K'p "(
Irv. lo 0. X. icao A Cu.. Ulru. ttnbufl V
A WAr.tr I ' - - - . . . t -1 P . ... I r '.u. ....
Insure Against Accidents.
(it an Accident Ticket or Yearly Policy lu (lit
At Local Aene.v or Railway Stations.
I f-aderjandolbert n(rtd In the forma-
J In the forma- .
iivulu tud fur J&
II il 1. 1 i.tim vr on urairM BUeUm
our :ewilHfipuvo cm-
ji K iiiiiit n1 (.rrliea
i-i ri-euneu-i. ati.in.i
liifri of Uu,' l.ue. una tnojt apjiroved atyla of ln
iruiosut. no.y iu o. AUiieU fieo. Adilreaa
LVON Iir.ALY.SUloind MouroeSt,Chtcf a
A ""A DAY to Acenis ranvainit for the KniKaina
Visitor. Tt-nn aiid outltt free Addre, P
O. Vlt'KEltY. Aueiisla. Maine.
O'FASCY I'AI'DS. with name. Inc., plain or gold.
''Atfi-nts iiuttlt. Die. VM nle. Hull Jt Co..
Hudson. N Y.
.) Chronio curds, riipbt uioitis . tlowcr. Ac. Nu
'two ni!k wllh nanie. Im-. Nai-suu Card Co .
Nassau, N . Y.
has Ikmi awarded at the Paris Exhibi
tinlll'f liiTiJ to
O. TsT. T.
Itest Six-Cord SjkmiI Cotton, It is cele
brated for Is-iii!,' stron?, elastic, and of
uniform streiii;tlil It Inn been awarded
niedalsat tliejrreat cxDOMtioiis.t'rom the
first nt l'rti is.in llJ,)."). to the Centennial
at riiilailel.liia in 1K7U. in this eoun
trv (lark's o. N. T. Smm1 Cotton is
widely know n in ull sections for its Su
perior excellence in Machine and hand
M-winir. Their mills at .Newark. N. J.,
and I'ltisley. Scotland, are the largest
and iiiost coniiete in the world. The
entire pi ta ens of manufactiiriii? is con
ducted iiiuier the nin.-t coinplete anil
careful su,eris.iini. and they claim for
l heir Aineiii an iroiluction iit least an
e(tial merit to that iiriHluced in 1'aisler
NO (ilJANK l'l:izr.S were awarded at
they aies-liiil to aniioiince to the Ameri
can I'ltlilie that they have been awarded
a inil Medal, Itcinir the hiirlnt award
;TiiHi for.ix-('onl Sjsn.n ottoii.
ii'eorjje A. ( lark & Iirotlier.
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