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"Cairo Uulletln, Cairo, IIUuoIh."
J NO. II. OHEIUY. General Milline r
lrn-Ht Ojri'ulutioii of any Daily in
0HICIUPAPEB Of THE CITY AN D COUNTY.
4 al y Horning Daily in Southern Illinois
M.n. It;rrll. Kditor.
Tmbkc are sieis of disintegration in the
moairuetalic theory of Germany. There
is great public dissatisfaction with tho busi
nt'M results of tho experiment, and tlie op
position seems to be strenjfthenhi'j.
Sksatob UmcE who saw much of Grant
during his European tour, says that while the
General will not avow" himself a candidate
lVir a third term, he will nut decline such
m honor, if tendered. Mr. Bruce announces
nothing new, in this. General Grant is not
the kind of a man who declines anything.
Tiik belief in a wido-spread international
plot to assassinate all the crown-heads of
Europe, is creating great consternation in
royal circles. If the programme of cutting
the throats, or perforating the sacred bodies
of the potentates ot Europe is carried
out, how long will the great men of
America be safe? We ars in constant
Mr. Watcehsox gives some very sngc
advice to the leading crown-heads of
Europe, who are in daily dread of the. as
sassin's poitmrd. He says that if such a
dread really does exist, then almut the best
tiling to be done by the leading sovereigns
and especially such leading sovereigns as
bin august majesty of Monaco, even with
his standing army of seventeen ollicers and
three men-of-all-arms is to swap off their
thrones, and other royal plunder, fur a par
cel of blankets, and take to the woods.
WnKXEViiit you hear of the election of a
llepublican congressman from the extreme
South, you may take it an n matter ot course
that he is a carpet bagger, most likely from
Maine, who left his country for his country's
good. Of this class is Horatio Bisbee, the
man who w:is given the seat from the sec
ond district from Florida. Of him it is
said, and no doubt truly, that his heart is as
cold as tho icicles of his native Maine, his
sublime audacity his distinguishing charac
teristic, and his several years' residence
nmong the people ot Florida the best possi
ble proof of their long suffering and chris
tian forbearance. It is men of this charac
ter, too, that the U"puMicnn party seems to
prefer as representatives of southern dis
tricts. They can be driven or bought to any
extreme; they come without a constituency,
hold themselves answerable to nobody, nnd
finally slink away into the obscurity from
which the era of carpet-baggisia tisbed
CAItlJONlC OAS, oil ETfiCTKIClTY,
Edison's electric light is by no means
Mich a pronounced success, that we can ac
cept the fact as granted that it will speedily
take the place of carbonic gus, Like
Keely's motor, it has given out huge prom
ises, quite all of which it has failed to make
good. It is true that the statu house at
Albany was illuminated with it, hut it is
also true that the wonderful motor drove an
engine with wonderful success, for the full
space of three or four minutes. But much
is yet to be learned before Hie public can
yield an explicit belief i (he promises of
either Edison or Keely. Certain it is that
Edison's liylu is not a new idea. Over
thirty years niro, v putcm ww gninted in
England lor a lm-tlmd f producing
lij,ht by electricity; but ih. ,,,.,,.,(
hopes that were hinV'1 win, tlut.t dis
covery failed utterly of ivnli.aiion. The
same discoverer, being uu American, applied
for a patent in this country, and was refus
cd, on the ground that he Imd discovered
nothing new. ProfiHMir Farraday and the
great phihuithropihl, lViibody, backed the
diseovery with their indorsement u,
money ; but tuition
ever come ol it, that
wusot any practical utility,
And now wo have it fiwt a rival to Mr,
Edison has appeared upon tlio stago iu the
person of tho somewhat famous electrician
Mr. J, II. Butler. He claims tho discovery
of an electric light, ond of devices for sepu
rating and diffusing it. Other electricians
nro alto at work, and inny in time, find
solution for tho problems that seem to
stand in tho way of tho adoption of Mr.
Edison's light as the illuminator that is to
displaco our gas, our dips and Kerosene
Of this there is of course, no absolute cer
tninty; but the probability of such a result
is not to be questioned. It will uotdo, then,
for our gas companies to sit quietly down in
view of this probability, nnd do nothing
towards placing themselves on a competing
footing with the new discoveries, in tho
event of their success. The largest amount
of the best possible gas from the least pos
sible quantity of coal, is the great dissider-
atum, for the attainment of w hich our gas
companies ought to labor. The time w ill
come, no doubt, when coal gas will be pro
duced at a cost of say 50 cents per thousand
feet. In that event the Edisons of the
country will be compelled to substitute
something cheaper than lightning, or go out
of tho market. All of which we say for the
encouragement of Gerould of course.
Tiik New York Commercial points to
the fact that there ore no Republican pa
peis in tho South outside of Baltimore and
Louisville, and arrives at the conclusion,
from such premises, that the South is as
solid and intolerant now, as before the He
hellion. If such sheets as the Commercial
could dismiss the thought that the Repub
lican party and the North are the same
thing, it would view the solidity uud alleg
ed intolerance oi tin; soun Tiirnutm mere
magnanimous and patriotic spectacles.
Besides this, the Commercial wilfully or ig
norant!) lies. Tlierj are Republican pa
pers all over tho South iu New Orleans,
Vicksburg, Charleston, Mobile, Montgom
ery, Richmond in almost every city of
5000 or more inhabitants will be found a
Republican newspaper. And if such were
not the case, what of it? Heaven knows it
is no drawback to any decent community
to be deprived of the presence ot a Repub
lican printing office.
OUU PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS-A SUG
GESTION THEREUNTO APPER
TAINING. Inquiry into the management of a num
ber of the insane asylums of the Statu of
New York, his lfrought to light acts of
cruelty on the part of the managers, that
are so horrible iu their character as to stag
ger credulity. Especially is this the case
with the Onondaga asylum, where deeds
were done and scenes enacted that would
blacken the darkest corner of hell. Yet this
Onondaga asylum has been the object of
annual visits from inspecting committees,
whose reports painted it as a sort of an
lysium for the reason-bereft unfortunates
an institution where the management had
been most hunmue, christiair-like and eco
nomical. If we never knew it before, we are now
apprised of the fact, that the truth as to the
management of our humane and charitable
institutions, can never be ascertained
through stated examinations. Evcrvthin'
is prepared for the coming of the
committee. A collatiim of turkey,
oysters, sandwiches, wine nnd cigars
is the first thing that is investigated.
Then cmi 'S a show of scrubbed floors;
wipers and lunatics and criminals in their
hot attire, and every ond of them under
the conviction that his future niinishnient
wiil be intolerable if he fails to show by
his conduct and conversation that he is one
of the happiest and best contented mortals
living. And all this pre-arranged pro
gramme being seen by the committee
through the sparkle of catawba wine or the
amber color of old rye whiskey, the con
clusion i inevitable that the institution is
in humane hands, and that the State will
be fortunate indeed, if it can retain in its
employment the "gentlemanly superintend- i
cut, who is in all his dealings with his tin-
'ordinate charges, actuated by impulses
that are cluistlan-like, and a sympathy and
forbearance that distinguishes him as the
one out of ten thousand for tho post he oc
cupies," Such are, almost invariably, the
results of fixed annual or biennial inquiries
into the condition and management
of our public institutions, and such will
ontiniie to be the result, so long as the
Malingers of such institutions are notilled,
weeks in advance, that the character of
their management i to become the object
of legislative inquiry.
The public institutions of tho state of
Illinois, will, during the coming session of
tho legislature, undergo their biennial in
spirt ion. If the usual routine is foil owed
we shall have a repilition of former reports
everything in the most complete order ;
management Immune, economical and mi
exceptionable, Bui, In view of the neci s
fit)' therefor, will not the General Assembly
!e out ot the old rut nii.i Hill ir if liinntia llntl
will show up our public Institutions and
their imouer,.,,,,,,,. ,a i ,.,...
Mvmunj we, Mill1
not a, tlt-y seem on the holiday occasions
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ,10, 1878.
of biennial examinations. Let our legisla
tive committees (of not mora than three
members each) step into tho institutions as
signed to their inspection, unannounced
and unexpectedly, Let them moot the in
mates, asidu and apart from the superinten
dent and his assistants let them do this,
and while it may not follow that a second
edition of tho New York horrors will lie re
vealcd, it will follow that tho committees
can gain a true insight into the subject of
their inquiry, and thus be enabled to mete
out praise where it belongs, and censure
where it is called for. Hold tho head
men of our public institutions in constant
apprehension of a visit from a committee of
inquiry; let it be known that such an iu
quisitivo body is likely to drop in at uny
moment, and tho effect will be salutary, al
though the visit may never be made.
Viti have no complaints to lodge against
tin' ollicers and managers of a single public
institution in the state of llliuois; 'but
knowing, as we do, that the average of
mankind iu New York and Illinois is much
the same, the developments iu Onondaga
county, where everything had been reported
as 'lovely," have opened our eyes to the ne
cessity of adopting means that will plae
our committees in me possession, ui tlie
truth, whether it bo palatable or appalling
whether it paints our institutions as
models of their kind, or places from a con
templation of which all civilized men would
turn with perfect loathing nnd horror. The
facts are wanted, let them be palatable or
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL
AN AISI'ICIOIS OI'KXIMJ I'UOMISKI) XKW
PENSION U1LI. THE NEW Oltl.EANS CON
VENTION, TEXAS PACIFIC ItAII.UOAl), ETC.
Washington, November S!T. 171.
Unless the excesses of Thanksgiving
Day shall overcome too many congr, v-inen,
we shall liave an unusually full house and
senate on the opening day of the coiuii;
session.' Much more than the usual num
ber of members have made their winter ar
rangement here. Only one committee has
had meetings the house committee on ap
propriations and its work is much less
than usual from the fact that the secretaries
mve had the good sense to cut down their
estimates to almut the same figures as the
appropriations of last year. The post office
nnd war departments ask for more, but not
for ordin ary expenses. The committee will
have the annronriation bills ready, as
fast as the bouse can disnose of them.
Among the bills to come up curly in the
senate, having already passed the house, is
that giving. to persons drawing pensions on
account of soldiers, they were discharged.
or, if relations of soldiers, back to the time
the soldiers died. The su'iiir.scd necessity
or this act, arises from the fact that, under
existing laws, unless the pension claim was
made within five years of the time the right
occurred, the pension does not go back.
The estimated expense under the aet is
from ten millions to thirty millions, but
probably near tin- latter amount. There is
:ui appearance ol juytice in the proposition.
mt I hop- the senate will look into the
ibject carefully before voting away lie
money. It f.vms to me that what the ex-
soldiers of the country most want isth '
prompt execution of laws already in lorce.
The bonds of the government are above
par, but the established claim of a soldier,
on account of unnecessary delays and form
alities, is not to-day worth fifty 'tints on
A meeting of Southern, Western and
Eastern businessmen wiil be held at New
Orleans, on December ord to consider sub
jects connirted with the material interests
of th country. The three propositions to
bo discussed are the improvement of navi
gation nn the .Mississippi and its tributa
ries, the building of the Texas &, Pacific
Railroad, and the means of promoting our
commerce with the West India Islands,
Mexico and South America. The first of
these, the improvement of navigation
in the Mississippi and the wonderful system
of rivers which enter it, will be beneficial
especially to the west and southwest. There
is not elsew here in the world so vast a pro
ductive region as that drained by the Mis
sissippi and its tributaries. The Texas and
Pacilie Railroad is more especially a south
ern work, but us, if built, it will be exclu
sively under government control as to rates
for freight, etc., it will inevitably compete
with the present monopoly ami so be of
general benellt. Whatever encourages trade
with foreign countries may be certainly said
to be for tho common good, and to us the
markets of South America and Mexico will
be almost like those of newly discovered
countries. Their trade which should come
to lis. goes almost entirely to European
countries. Altogether the New Orleans
meeting deserves attention from the people
of all parts of the country, and if judicious
in its action and recommendations, it will
have great influence.
Eveiiv mother In the hind should know
Hie value of Dr. Hull's llaby Hyrup, and
never be without it. It is free from opiates.
Price 23 cents a bottle,
Mai.aiual Eevku. Malarial fevers, con
stipation, torpidity of tlie liver and kidneys,
general debility, nervousness and neuralgic
ailments yield readily to this great disease
eonipien r, Hop Hitlers.' It repairs the rav
ages of disease by converting tho food Into
rieli blood, and it gives new life and vigor
lo the ag'd and lullrm alwajs. See "Prov
crbs" in tiliK-r lul'imu.
THE EVE, EAR and THROAT
Hiiercasrully Treated with.
Jl ( ( F.SS Is tho lest of merit, and tn tho treat
i-1 mem of Catarrh Atl'erlions arter o manv inlsera
hie failures, menus undoubted specific curative prop
ertles In tho reinedv Used. Does Mntiriiril'n b.ll.
leal Cure for C'ainrrh possess surh properties? Thu
evldenra In the shapu of lilisollelted tes
timonials from the most respeetnlilo people from
all stations uf life, must be coueluslvo ou this point.
Never, v,e helleve, hi thu history of popiilur medl-
in.,,. im fiii ii nomine testimony neen onereii,
freely ollered. In lavor ot any remedy Ihau that In
porsessliin of the. prolirlelors of Kanfiiril's lHillenl
l ure. Andviiliiubltiasllls.lt does not represent
n iiiiiukiiiiiiiii pari oi inn reeonimuiMiaiinns which
ar:Htav niiereu ny menus to rrleuds In lis favor
1'enpletil nenilh nnd relluemeut Iu all Mirl uf tli,
full in ry daily udiult its superiority over any method
of euro known to the regular medical profession,
lull shun Hie iiubllelly Incidental to a puhlMicd
statement, llence i'iu testimonial In our posses
sion represent but a small part of i)hh withheld
lur i tie reason ineiillniipil. '1 lie followlui; unsolicit
ed testimonial liom Henry W ell's, Ksir.. of Wells.
i r ,v v o. s cipruss. is tin ouispokeu luilome
ineui of which wu are Justly proud.
Mi'ssr. Wkkk A I'oT-mi, Wholesnlo Dni'.-jlsts
lloston, .Mass.: tieiuleineii.- I hate fur some iiiiiurh.
lelt it a illllv Unit I owe to fiilierliur hiimuiiliv in
write you siHtliiit the nivut benefit Hint I have d'erlv-
eii irmii uieiisuol Saulonl s Kadlcal Cure for l a
I.irrh. F'or more than Ulyiuis I liatu been anVii-d
Willi this very troublesome complaint. I have tried
ue. ine renieims inui i coiiiil flnil. lint uitlitiiit inu
lerial or liermaueiit beneiil l ust lull H... .11.,-.....
had arrived at thai stale Unit 1 most Imtn
tue. I uu entire membranous system had become
so Inlhinicd. and the stomach so disordered, that It
was a doubtful mailer whether I could gu to lliel'u
tilic coast, or If 1 did Ro whether I should live to
come back or not. I saw an advertisement of this
medicine, and allhoiiL'li lul n lt vcrv liieriilnl.nia
about speclrles or nostrum of any kliel. yet In sheer
ui-spi'Miiou i irieu tins, ana was at once lienelllteil
by It. The chances of clltnale. a rhroiiic disease of
the liver, nnd my am over "O-may prevent my en
lire restoration, bin the benellt I derive tv,m, lis
daily use Is to me Invaluable, and I am hopini: lo be
completely cured, and al la-t arrive at a respectable
If Oils statement of my case tan be of any service
to those aillicted ns 1 hate been, and enable you lo
lirinir this remedy Into more lenerat use. nsuei-lallv
oo the I'ltciflf coast (where it s mm h needed I my
object ill wrllinif this uole. will bo obtained.
erv trulv tours,
' it KN' It V WELLS, of Wells. Knr;o A Co.
Aurora. N, V., June, 1S'.:.
Each tt!i. !i3L'' of Saiiford's Itadlral ( ore r.m'alm
I'r. Si.uforcis Iminoved llih.iiiuir Tube, ami Ivill
directions for its use Iu all rases. Price due Hollar.
For sale hy nil wholesale and retail dnifiists nnd
dealers thiu'i'iiiiil the Cnited .stales and Canada.
WEEKS .v. I'oTTEK. (iem-rul Aenls and Whole
sale llruijisls, Huston. -Muss.
Collin's Voltaic Plaster.
Tills Is 10 Certiff lh.it I hnvp tier -II Itstttrr us
Coliius' Voltaic f'lu-lcrs for Enluri ineiit of the
Spleen and Depression of the Stomach, and tbev
have uiteii me more relief than anv other remedy 'I
have ever used. I would highly recommend them
to all stillerii.;; from the effect of i.jiln ami Int'siim.
tlon. J. w. KKl.l.s.
IMckeriuc Mo 'June 2S, IK.
UuvliiL' occasion to use a n-inedv for verv sever,.
mill in my side I tried one of voiir Collins' Voliuic
Plasters, anil in iwentv-loiir hours the onln us en
tirely removed. ,1. II. S.A.MMS.
A- 1 1 ashler First Nat. Hunk.
Inona. Mian.. J urn- in. ls77
Collin's' Voltic I'Usters i'Ivk the hesl sst IsfMef tot.
here of unytniai.' that lias been tried for lan.em s
md weakness of the back. Pleae send more rifht
way. JAMES l.F.WIs.
ISryant, 111., June M. ls'7.
Price :jr Cents.
lie careful to rati fur Collin's Voltaic Plaster lest
III Cet smile ,..rl(,l.-s. I, oil n SI. .1.1 I... .11
Wholesale and ln-lnil Hru :i'ists throni'lioni' thi
nned states and ('.-iiiadus. and by WE Eh Is A POT
Ell. Pnmriotor. lio-ion Mass
V.II(Jl.lALK WINES AM) LIgl OlIS
Wliok-sii'e. and Iletall Dealers in
'oivii;'iiaii!l Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MKSMIH. SMYTH CO. have constantly n torse
Mm k of the best foods lii the market and '.'lie
esjieei d uiienlion to tin: w bob-sale, branch ol the
A SniSTTHTK YOU LIKE INSlR
-Mutual Aid Society
0a'nnl.e(l July lHh, 1IJ77, l iiiler the Lawsot
the State ol' Illinois, Copyrlnhteil July
I), 1!1T7, under Act nf Congress.
OF' P ICKKS;
WILLIAM STItATTll.N, Piiksidknt.
Ma. P. A. TAVI.UH. . . Vuk -IWiiikst.
J. A. (iDLI)STINE, TliKAseiiKii.
Ok. J.J. (iOIIDdN, . Mkii. Aiivisoii.
THOMAS LEWIS, - - Nkuiktaicy.
no.uii' of' iia.naof:hh:
J.J COIlllOS. 1'hvslelan Ciilro, Ills.
.Mrs. P. A. TAYLOIt, Siiperlnleiident of
hcho ils, Alexander Couiilv " "
Mrs. K. ('. F'OKH. iii-elv llr'acket Store,
,1. A. (iOI.I'sTINE. of (iolilsilne ,V. Ilo-
seiiMiiter. Wlmles.-il,. mid Ki-tuil Dealer
In Staple and F'ancv I ii-y (ioods "
N. II. YIIISTl.EtVUOIi. of llinkle J
Thistlowooil, (ominlisloii Merchants,
( ollon ami Tobacco Factors ' "
S. It. AYKHS. of Avers ; ( Comiulii-
slim Merchants " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance. MunuKor
nnd Allorney at Law "
WM. NTKATtuN, of Slrallou ti Will,
Wliolesnlo (Irocer "
UEO. M. Al HEN. ( ominlssioii Mer
chant, ?S Ohio l.eveu "
JAS. M. If KAKIlKN. A.-lit Mississippi
Vallev Transiorlallon t'ompaliv " "
llAliltlSON llol'PT, Wutchmiiker and
Jeweler " "
CIIAS. It. HTCAIIT, Wholesale mill He
tall Drv (ioods and Notions
Kl) W A 111) A. llt'HEIt. .Mauuractuiliii;
Jeweler anil Wholesale Dealer In
Walelimultcrs' Tools and Materials., ., ' "
EDWIN It. EONEW, Proprietor si.
( Iiurle Hotel -
11 A .EN LEKiliTON.Comiulsslou Mer-
xlmnt " "
Dr. EDWAHD It. ItilK, I'. H. Marshal
Koittberu District Illinois SprliiL.'tleld. Ills.
Mis. H. A. AYEIIS Villa Hldec,
Dr. It. S. IIKKHIAM. Plivsiclnn.. Indianapolis, lud
JAS, M. IIELAT T, Ileal Estaln
Acctil Keokuk, lown.
litv. DAVID C. WELLS, Mcthodlit
Minister (iiHiid Junction, Tenn.
J. It. CiL'LLliV Merchuut Merlduu, Miss.
Dealer in Irewli Meat.
JI(twH'ii WiitshiiiHton ami CUmi
inoei lul Av,, mljoluliii; I laiinyn.
I'EEI'H for sale the best lleef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
' Lamb, Sausage. Ac, and Is prepared to aurvu
lanmies in an ticceptuiilo manner.
LEXANDKU COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue anil Eighth Street,
F. IIHOKS. President.
P. NEKK, Vlce-Presidnnt.
II. W ELLS. Cashier.
T. J. UEltTU, Assistant Cashier.
Y. llmss. Cairn; Wllllum Eliife, Cairo:
Peter Nefr. Cairo; William W olf. Cairo;
(', M (Isterloh, It. I, llilllu!.'slev, St. Louis:
F.. liucler. Cairo; . J. V. ( leiusou. Caledonia.
4 CENEItAL tIANKlNW III SINESS DOS K. Ex
iV chuiiL'esold and bought. Interest paid In lie
'stints In parlineut. (. ollectlnns made and all
business promptly intended lo.
rjMIK CITY NATIONAL HANK,
W. P. IIALLIDAY. Pr-siwnt
11. I.. IIALLIDAY. Vice President,
WAl.TEll II YM.UP, Cashier.
I) 1 11 E( TO ItS:
S. STA-tTS TAVIOIt. w. r. MALI IIIAT.
IIKMll I.. II A I 1.1 OA Y, II. II. I ISNINIIIIA,
O. II. W'll.t tAil-OS, STLI'llb tl'.HU,
II. II. 1 ANDI'.h,
Ext -ha Hire, Coin and United States Ilomls
jion.irr and sold.
Deposits received and a ircnernl banklnr' bnsiness
J,TERPUISE SAYINGS HANK,
Clnirtcred Jlanli 'il, lilC'J.
OVVlCh IS CITY NATIONAL HANK,
( 'itiro, 1 lliiuiin.
INTEItEsTp-ibl on deposits Man h 1st and S.-p-teniber
1st. Interesi not withdrawn i added Im
mediately tn the principal of the di Dosits. therehv
K'vluj; them compuiiud interest.
Cff. Iilltlren and married women may deposit
iimm-v and iionue else cut) drnw II.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tukasckkii.
The largest wholesale nnd retail Dry
(ioods and Clothing House in this City;
arc receiving new Goods daily and tire
offering great bargains in flic most hand
some, lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and JIATTINGS; Silks, Cushincres. Lou
reltes, and u great many other new
styles of Dress (ioods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, tlu-y cordially invite the public
to rail and see their stock.
PAINTS, DIES, WALL PAI'EIt. FTC.
'a i ii 1 s, Oi Is,Va in islios, 1 Irushcs
Window (ilass, Window Slindes, Etc.
Always on hand the celebrated ii.mkinatimi
Bi'osh' linililliiL'. Coin-1
llieielnl Ave,. i
1 hsri'by nlveti Ihnt default bavins been iimde for
more Unit slty days In thu payment ol a potllon of
theitiuouiit secured to be pnld by a niorlu'iije exe
cuted bv Mux Knehiie and Mlctiael J un;;meler. to
Snmilal Slnals Taylor uud l-'ilwin Parsons. Trustees
of the ( alio I'll v Pronerly, dnled Auit'ist fith, A. D.
ISol. and recorded In the Itccorder's (Mllce. in and for
Alexitinler county. In the Stale or Illinois, In Hook
li of Deeds, on pane IM. The lintlerslciieil. Hie suc
cessor of said trustee, will on Hiiturihy. Hie llh dav
or .Inniiniy. A. 11.. IS'll, nt III o'clock In the fore
noon uf thai day. under anil by virtue of the pow cl
ot sale contained Iu said niurlL'aee. sel! at public
iiucliou, lo the hlcbest bidder, for cash, at his olllce.
corner of Wii-Mlnilon Avenue and Kluhleenili
sireet. In sunt city of Cairo, tn Alexander count v
and Slate of Illinois, nil the rl'.'ht. title and Interest
of said Max Kiiebun and .Michael Junu'iiieler, nr
their assigns, M umi t,, lot iiumbeifil i. oilneiln
block numbered 7H. (sevenl.v Ibreei. In said City of
I 'nlro. necoidlnir to the recorded plat thereof, with
Hie appurtenances, to satisfy thu purposes and con
ditions ol snld Morlini-c.
Dated, Cairo. III., November '!mh, isrs.
H. NTAATS TAYLOIt.
Trnstcu of Hie Culro City Property.
eaptlonul advertised under tli
"Amcrka Aliead in Spool Cotton."
-that the Jury on Cotton toxtllea, yania and tlireods,
ai ine carta Kxpoaltlon, decreed a (lold IMcilal and
(frand Prlia to the Wllllmatlc LI nun Company for
"Spool Cotton especially adapted for 00 ou lowing
machine," over all the great thread manufactures
of tho world, we. owe It a s duty to the publlo and
to Mur. J. A V. Coati to announce that.
Nodruiitl Prizes were decreed at Paris
for Spool Cotton.
Wo areliltlsed by Cable or thu fullowlnu; awards:
J.& P. COATS, COLD 31 E DAL
Williniutli! Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and wo claim for tho winner of tho Klrst Prl.o
that, na they have established la Itbodu Island the
luteal Spool Cotton Mill In the I'ulted Slates,
where their Spool Cotton I manufactured tlirouh
every process from tho raw cotton lo tho finished
spool, America, us represented by J. & p, COAT'S,
is still ahead in Spool Cotton.
Solu Agent In New York for
J . A P ( 'OATH.
Awir l- hijh'tl prlu St CnilrTHil..l I'. p-slllloi) f,j.
cttfii iff if -.ii-ias ana .(a,r, ti-l(nf rAnr-
uarr of a'l f.ieriiiu. Tin ts: lulsmo
evir nm.fl. s. our tilim lrl; mule m.'k Is rlust
Inillalnl 01 hftrl'T rimll Ih.l J trlmm't M U
,ni mwrrj J"". l'"l lijl .11 U -.IT-. K-vl for
CM. UI li. A. .OKU l',i
JJEFoltE YOU START
Insure Against Accident.
(i.-t nn Accident Ticket or Yearly policy In tho
At Local Agency or II nil way Stations.
Ivl.--3an1oihM pr,ir;wl In tli fnrmt
tu.a if li.oeii or i teOe.iras tliuuld s ud lur
t--. I :' tT ,ICII!I.ITU lie
v ,, o iw
I IIS ltai d find fsr.-ir-v.
t::.l reii.iii. s,aii'i , ,r.
t lllUt.lf f Ici'-o.L srefrv.
"' of ihu l.uv. and mist approved tylt of In
s'.i .iiil nii .:, uj. JUiii- Ilm, Adumsi
LVO.' Ci;jJ.LY.S.Uleuid !iouroo8lt,Chlcaga,
As" A DAY to Aeents canvassing for the Fntr.siin
AlnrMii. Terms nnd oiiilli fre Address P
O. VIl'KLKY. Auu'ii.ta. Maine.
.)K.N( Y CAt'DS, Willi iiiine. Ilk-., plain or cold
-'A-eiiis otitiit. Mc, jj tie. Dull A ,
lliidsoii. N Y
' '--' ii j. i-is 1. 1 ii on its, Al . nil
S'MY!I t.llk.'. f. Ill, 111.11... lis V..-.. .... '
V- t 'l,r..i,. ...,1- ....l.l ....... ., .
Nassuq, , .
has been awarded at (lie Paris Exhibi-
tioiiof liiTfl to
O. IN . T.
P.cst Six-Cord SinmiI Cotton. It is cele-
hrtited for heini; strong, elastic, ami of
uniform sti-cnirtli. It has Imcii awaitlctl
incdalsatjHie irreat csisiiions, from itf
first nt Pa'rN. in Hi.Vi. to the Centennial
at Philadelphia in j;7ii. In this coun
try Clark s o. N. 'I. Sisiol Cotton is
widely known in all sections for its Su
perior Excellence in Machine and hand
scwinir. Their mills at Newark. N. J.,
and Paisley, Scotland, are the lanrr-st
and most complete in the world. The
entire process of iiianuf,i luriii" is con-
lucteil iimier the iint comidete ami
can ful siiH'n i-don. and they claim for
their AmeiK an prodin iioii at least an
eiiml merit to that proiliiecd in Pai-lcy
,ii ins. as
NO (illAM) HflZES were awarded at
Paris for SPOOL Cotton.
tlu-y arc triad to announce to the Aineri-
ii public that they have been awarded
a Old. I Medal, liciiitrtiic highest award
tjiveii for Six-Curd Spool Colton.
('corv;e A. Clark & Hrotlier.
i'ni I'li'oailwuy, New York.
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