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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1878.
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"Cairo Huiieliii, Cairo. Illinois."
J .NO. H. OBKKLY. General Manager.
Iittrjc'Hi Ciwulntion of any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
only Moriiin? Daily in Southern Illinois
M.H. HitrrffU. Kditor.
The Attorney-General of the Memphis
criminal court has ujijwjintctl a negro lawyer
a his assistant.
Hon. A. Oakley Hall ox-Mayor of New
York, lias assumed tho. post of cily editor
of the New York AYorld.
Wk sec it stated that two hundred hands
we employed on tin; government work of
improving the navigation of tin; Little
Caw, Sciiutz, in reply to a question as
Ho who would probably bo the new Senator
Trout Missouri, sitid that in his opinion
Thos. Allen would be the, individual. .
Tiiukr hundred and seventy-six students
are in attendance at the State Industrial
University at Champaign, one hundred and
"ighty-eight of which are new ones.
Cavtaim John S. Sleeper, formerly editor
'and part proprietor of the Bostoti Journal,
tvnd a popular writer under the non dc
plume, "'llouser Martingale," died on tho
flight of the 24th insl., aged eighty-four
A. "Wahiumiton correspondent nays, that
the opinion prevails that the Democrats will
hp. adverse to cutting down the army, but
Oiey will insist on keeping it out of politics
Ami giving it more to do by turning over
o it tho Indian Bureau. '
Tiik danger of convicting men on circutn
itantiul evidence is shown by the case of
Michael Murphy, of New York, who, after
having been sent'-nced three, tini'-s to be
"hanged, is shown a! lust to have had noth
'.n to do with the murder lor which he wa
Tiik. hoisting of hand grenadrs and the
browing of bomb-shells into crowds ot
Italians who assemble to do honor to
.nefi!.ers of tin royal famiiv, are beeomoie- ' maintain tlie impression that their "Soiith
oic)i common events that only inoi-cl.td j 'r:' in a yr-;t nie.'i.-iiri! t.bviati-s
vommuuiti"'! will turn out, after awhile, to ,!l ' !" 1'"r :l railway on tlie proposed
! the lionrv t. travelinu' royalty. j line o," the Te.va IVilie. But build the
i S-iiithi-rit Pacific, nod yoii rivet
iiii.iiKh.'w D-e.i -.-i mneu nv.eiiiiiL, lor
tlie cidies of kind's, widi poinariN, of late:
uc.h hurtling of bullet.- .id buckshot nbmit
lo:ir royal ears, ail 1 s'leh a manifest desire
abr-i:t.l lo hoist them wi h dynamite, that it
wll not be long befure n throne and a foiliu
Mill becotii i so intimately associated as to
Di'-an about the same ihiiiLT.
It is worthy of remark that while the
new Governor Guncrnl of Canada in hypo
critically beslavering a licksjiittle society,
t Irish d.-sc-nt, in (.'.inada, on the score of
V.iuir loyalty tn tin; British crown, n semi
uliieiul report comes from London that the
uiatjouul schools of Ireland are hot beds of
sedition, and full of danger to the future
huppiness and tranquility of the people. It
s a remarkably thick-skulled Hibernian
who is deceived by the Haltering tongue of
he newly imported specimen of English
t vnli v.
Till'. Va'hy Clarion, ti. mmc .ynu '
V.oi)!;rcsMnan Harti-U, is mistaken. It is
not true that Mr. U'lerly ,:im intimated, by
ny expressiom.f his made through Tin;
'ihll.l.KTIX. that Mr. Ilait.,:ll did Hot do his
Kjmyto Mr. Alien in the late political cam -
.(.iiign. Mr. ui.erl,v lias fuel no control of
.W columns tduce. the resurrection ofthe
lie litis i,ecn ubscnt r(n Cairo ul-
most c.onstantlv since that time, The truth
?, Mr. Obcrly had no Information of Mr.
ITitrtzell's conduct during the ciiiiviikh, It
waa not Mr. O. who charged Mr. H, with
lutouldcrshrug at the anticipated huccchs
if Judtfe A Hi n 4-with uch iinibiguoiis uiv-Engs-out
us: "Well. o.sibly; but -"etc.
Mr. O. did not know that Mr. II. had in-
dulgcd In. anything hut moat earnest sup.
port of tho Democratic candidate. Mr. O.
was rcfugeeing from the yellow fever during
several week of tlie canvass, and did not
keep posted. Whatever was said uhout Mr.
H, was anid by the man who owns the
name that stands at the head of these col
umns, and wns said by him on his own res
ponsibility. The Valley Clarion is also
wrong when H Intimates that our intima
tions alwrit Mr. Hartell were intended to
injure that gentleman, and give Mr. O. the
advantage of him in the contest of 1880.
Mr. O. is not a candidate for congress in
1$S0, and has no desire to throw even a
straw in the pathway of Mr. II. But that
is nil .
The JoNESBono Gazette acknowledges
the courtesy of a call from Bob Wilbanks,
of Mt. Vernon, and says that Bob lias lost
no sleep because of the bad treatment he
received at the hands of the clique in his
district, that resorted to tho two-thirds rule
to cheat him out of tho nomination for the
hgislature. One of the results that fol
h wed the sharp practice, is now seen in the
defeat of the democratic legislative ticket.
If Democrats will persist in acting the part
foolish hot-heads, they must take the con-
The Mt. Vernon Free Press does not, cv
dently, like Gen. Logan; but that is no
gix4 reason why the Free Press should in
dulge in unnecessary abuse of that gentle
man With Gen. Ijgtm'a politics we have
noth.ng in common. We believe he is the
advocate of pernicious doctrines. But we
cannot therefore join the Free Press in de
claring that lie is nn unpopular and stupid
man. Tin; fact i. he U r.t this moment the
choice of a great majority if the Republi
cans ot Iilinol.; for theSen.it.-. and the man
w ho dees jiot r .-cognize ability in him, lacks
the power to oliM-rve a palpable fact, known
to almost even- voter of the State.
TUB AIMS OF A SHREWD M0X0PO-
LIS'l-TIIL SUl'THWEST THE IN-
It is a matter of astonishment to us that
anysoutlern newspaper, and more especially
uricwsp;iper of su h r.biliiy as the Galves
ton New, should reiaain blind to the aims
of Huntingdon & Co, and th oth'er sharp
ers working in the interest of the so-called
Southern Pacific, railioad. The News, in a
manifest vein of exultation, recites how
Huntingdon a!re.i:y has aline in operation
as fur us Ft. Yuini, a jx'int in -Arizona,
nearly seven hundred miles distant from
San Francisco; Imw the same road is in pro
cess of construction to Tucmhi, three hua
dred miles further, and cnly "CO miUsfroiu
Kl 1'uso. "This main mink," the News in
nocently continues, "is being approached
from the northeast by two reads which
wil' intersect it nd compete f,:r its enrr
moss bu.in"ss." Tlicse are the Atclii.-m.
Tpeka and Santa Fe road and the Narrow
giuge road, beginning at Denver.
It is well known, ami the News men
tions tlie fact, that it is the purpose of the
llimtingdons to run the N tiTI'oW -gauge
down the valley of the liio Grande, across
the "Soutiiern P.iciiic." through northern
M -xieri to San lilti.- on the Pitcilic. All
these rouds, in consonance with a perfect
understanding between their companies,
are being celei jtotisly pulied forward,
while llnniiiigiloii it Co. are striving to
tie- chain ot to
about the neck
add to the
Central l'a.-il'.c the tight r
of the people. You but
power and cumph'teiiess
of t .it i.ion.-ter monopoly, and
load l're-h weights on lo toe
tiaii--"'jitinentiil travel and comiil' rce that
are a.oaily burdi'lled to the last point id'
endurance. The Hiintiiigdon road would
be of no earthly service to Texas, it would
iuiwh' re come within hundreds of mile s
of the Mississippi river, or touch the boun
dary uf a single state that is washed by its
wateif. It has become the "hand-maiden''
of Ihe Central Pacific, is most essentially
mid undeniably a part of the rascally
scheme to tighten the grasp of the monop
oly that is already strangling the commerce
that necessity places in its toils. If Hunt
ingdon's aims are accomplished, he will
place obstacles in the way of the cou
struclion of a real Southern Pacific road, that
it w ill be m.ist diflieult indeed to surmount
and overcome, A connection with the Cen
tral I'acillc through Santa Fe is his object,
and this attained, he will make no further
ell'ort to extend the road eastward, His
aims will he achieved; the Texas Pacific
j will be qnile paralyzed, and the innocent
southern souls who are lending counteii.
aiice to the Huntingdon project, will Hod
! that they have no Soutiiern Pi.cllle road
lifter all, mid will be as completely cut off
and shoved aside, as they would be were
his road to run from the mouth of the Col
umbia river to the shores of Ik.flln's Buy.
A general waking up of the friends of the
Texas 1'm iflc limy do much toward defeat
ing the proposed fraud; but a piolonged
indill'eivnce will chain ihe country In
slavery to tlie Central Pacific monopoly, as
unscrupulous as it is stupendous, and as
merciless as it is voracious.
ABOUND ABOUT CAIRO.
ACCIDENTS, INCIDENTS AND OCCCnKNCEH OK
TUB COLNTKY 'itOLND AUOUT CAIUO.
HARION, WILLIAMSON COINTT.
The Marion Press shares the opinion ot
Tns Bulletin that our jury system, and
more especially the grand jury feature of it,
is a nuisance and a legal abomination that
should be nliolished. It is an expensive
clog upon the wheels of justice, and has
been so far outstripped in the march of mod
ern civilization that its continued use is a
disgrace to tho intelligence of the times.
The Press says :
Our grand jury system is not a good thing.
As it is now manipulated it only serves the
purpose of men who haVe malice against
others to vent their spleen. Not one-fourth
of the bills that arc returned stand the test
of a trial. It is expensive lar in advance of
all the good it ever does. Twenty-four men
are summoned every six months, who come
here, und never adjourn until the full limit
oftime, two weeks, is exhausted; and it is
safe to say that three-fourths of the time is
taken up in useless twaddle about matters'
that of right should have never been brought
before the body.
P1NCKNEVV1I.1.E, rEltllY COUNTY.
We do not believe a single word of tho
following paragraph, although it made its
first appearance in the columns of the g.wd-
naturcd and generally veracious Pinckncy-
A dancing party was given in a neigh
borhood south of town bust week and some
ofthe ladies present had little babies,
whifce noisy perversity required too much
attention to permit the mothers to enjoy the
dance. A number of young men volun
teered to mind the young ones while the pa
rents indulged in an old Virginia break
down. No aooncr had the women left the
babies ia charge of the uiischievuus deviis
than they btripped the babies, changed
their clothim;, giving the apparel of one to
another. The dance being over it was time
to go home, and the mothers hurriedly
took each a buby in tlie dress of her own
and started, some to her home three or
four miles off, and w ere at home before
daylight. But the day following there was
a tremendous row in the settlement. Moth
ers discovered that a single night had
changed the sex ot their babies, observa
tion disclosed physical pheiioniem and
then commenced tiie tallest female pedes
trianism. Living miles apart, it required
two or three days to unmix the babes und
us many more to restore the inotn rs to
thejr Usual sweet dh' portion. It is now un
safe for any ofthe baby mixers t venture
into the neighborhood. Pinckncyvilie In
dependent. CilKST 111, .11 A NDoLr 1 1 I of MT.
( Uemakks. Preliminary lo the pre
sentation of extracts from tic Cli -ster
Clarion, we, the editor of The Bu.lkti.n,
desire to assure the editor of the (Marion,
that Mr. Obi r'y has not written a line, or
suggested a thought tli.it has fouini its wiy
into Tiik Kn.i.rn.N since its resuscitation,
on the 1st of November, inst. Ii fact, Mr.
O. has been almost continually absent, and
had no bett r forecast a ; to w hat would ap
pear i: tie- p iper from day lo day, t'l in the
n d-skiioied Holc-in-tlic-Day, or the "King
of the Canil.al islands.";
Mr. John JI. Lindsey has sold out the
ollice of the Chester Ularion to Mers. W.
J. Armour & Co., Mr. A. taking editorial
control. Tic paper will remain, as formerly,
soundly Democratic. Into Ins salutntory,
Mr. A. injects the following malignant sen
tence, notwithstanding bis fore-knowledge
that there is a Cairo: ',; t lioiu itjiiinute
that our city is not entitled to be de-ina'o d
the '-Future Great'' of Egypt.
The Clarion enters into an elaborate de
fence of Mr. Hartell's conduct during the
campaign that r. .-ult 'd in the deleat (,t'
Judg" Allen. II - ns.-ribes the onslaught
made upon Mr. I! irtzell to the dcsir of lend
ing I'ein ocral t give Mr. II. aback seat
in tic contest of 1 a). charge we re
gard as utterly Ihiiudationlc-s. Democrats
hereaway, who felt a disappointment over
tic rc.-ult in I!aiidot,li coimtv, had no more
thought of what lai .hi or might not take
place in lssfi, than they had of what might
take pluci! in the event the sky should fall.
The same pnper mentions as a matter of
local news, that Mr. llartzell ami family
had, for several weeks, been visiting rela
tives in Texas.
From the same source we extract the
On Monday last, the convicts nt the pen
itentiary, nearly 11(10 in number, were re
moved from the temporary building, and
assigned to their several cells in tho new
structure, They are now doubly secured
in cells of cut stone iiml forged iron, of the
most perfect workmanship, enclosed by two
sets of, automatic links, in addition to
keepers and outside guards, Boom for 400
convicts Is supplied in the already finished
wing of the cell-house, and ere many weeks
will be filled. New invoices are received
weekly from the different counties holding
courts'. The work of building is progres
V. G. II. Becker, of St. louis, a son-in-law
of Mrs, J, E. Delrich, of Sparta, fell
dead in the streets of St. Louis, one day
last week of aHipley,
MKTIIOl'Ol.tS, MASSAC (Ol'MY.
On Tuesday morning of last week Frank
I Iuggliis of Metropolis, became intoxicated
and goinii to laud's mill, got Into mi ul
tercation wlih Frank Leach. The result of
the quarrel was that Leach hit Hugglns on
the head with a brick-hat, fracturing his
skull, causing death on Ihe following
Thursday morning Ieach has been in
dicted and will probably have his trial at
I)U titOl.N, I'KHIIY COl'KTT.
From the I)u quoin Tribune, Wtli.)
Hon. T. T. Fountain of our city, lias
been appointed by the Governor, as one of
the trustees of the State Industrial Univer
sity ut Champaign. Wo ore. pleased to see
our respected townsman thus recognized.
The next election of any importance to
be held in this State, is thut of Circuit
Judge, which will occur in June next.
Thus far, we have heard the names of Judge
Wall, Judge Darker and Judge Mulkey,
mentioned as possible candidates in this
TIip material of the new paper at
Pinekneyvillo has been purchased, and we
are promised a look at the first number in
about a week.
It is thought that the Centralia Manu
facturing Company will commence Ihe
manufacture of naiis soon after the first of
MOI M) CITY, JTI.ASKI Col VI V.
(Krom Hie I'ulaaki Patriot, !th.)
A government light has been placed on
the Stoke's house, and Marshal Kittle ap
jiointed custodian of the same.
The tobacco lnim of Dr. G. ,YY. Brist w,
near Grand Chain, was burned down last
night. It contained a huge amount ot to
bacco, and it is iqyoscd was set on fire by
some tramp. We have hut u unabl j to learn
what the loss was.
Coroner Drake held inquests la.st week on
the remains of two men, both found dead in
boats on the river. On account of our not
being unable to sec Mr. D. we could not
learn the particulars.
Mr. Thomas Mangold, a son-in-law of B.
F. Mason, died last week from an attack of
typhoid pneumonia, and his mother died
the following day with the same disease.
UAIiniSlll'ltO, SALINE COl'NTY.
Krom the Chronicle, ifthl
Lark Stricklin killed two turkeys at one
shot, the other day, and was so proud of
it that he had to come to town and tell it.
One of them weighed 10 pounds, and the
A fellow was around town, last week,
selling rubber stamps, who boasted that he
laid out twenty-seven ''blue coats" during
the war. Pleas Taylor says that his expe
rience teaches him that a man cant tell
whether he kills anybixly or not, iu n buttle,
and to hear a man boasting of the number
of men he has killed, is prima facie evi
dence that the man is a liar und a coward.
All of which we, firmly believe to he true.
JOXKsiiOIlO, INION I-OCNTY.
tl'rom the Gazi-tte.)
We would inquire, where are the red rib
bons! Cobden, Anna und Join-shorn re
fused to grant license last spring, through
their efforts. There is more drunkenness
in these towns to-day than ever be
fore. In fact, it young man killed hinielf
drinking whisky in this city on last Mon
day night. Why don't our tenijicrunco
friends enforce the law? If this cannot be
(lone, let the license law- be restored, and
the "blind tiger," cider-lemonade drink
ing nuisance, will be abated by the legally
authorized liquor sellers.
"The Old Time Fire."
i From 111'? Valley ( liirion.i
The Cairo liulletl.'i. flnce lt lute revival to life.
asumelt- old.'n-tlme fire and vivacity. We are In
re"i,t of the (1 illy, tlimujti the courtnpy of Mr.
Jolin II. liberty.
"Host JI 'iiilahle Journal."
I From the Padm-ah San
Tiik Cairo lliitletin. under Hie control of tie- wt
emu Hitrrell. Is one of l lie most rcadnlile Joitrnala
in tlie south.--!.
Tiik I'iusjoi.ooy ok tiik Li veil -Tho
liver is the largest secreting organ in the
human body, and the bile which it secretes
is more liable to vitiation and misdirection
from its proper channels than any other of
the animal tluids. Luckily for the bilious,
how i ver, ther- is an unfailing source of re
lief fn in liver complaint, namely, Ho-tct-t'-r's
Stomach Bitters, a medicine which for
over a quarter of a century has been achiev
ia:.r thorough cures of the i.bove mentioned
ailments, fevi r and ague, dy -pepsin, bowel
complaints, rheumatic and kidney affections,
uiei disorders inn King loss of nervous vigor.
It is, moreover, a preventive of malarial dis-ea.-e,
and affords protection to thou.-auds of
persons residing in districts of country
where that dire scourge is prevalent. As
a remedy adapt'-dto medicinal reqiiiremcnt
of families, it is supremely desirable, and
as a means of fortifying a debilitated sys
tem, it is thoroughly to be depended upon.
Havks's Titlk. However varied may be
the opinions concerning the validity of
Hayes's title to the Presidency, there is not
n question in the minds of either Democrats
or Republicans upon the one important
point, viz: the unquestionable right of Dr.
Pierce's Family Medicines to the title of
the Standard IJcniedics of the nge, Listen
to the, voice, of the sovereign people,
New Oi'.i.kans, June 10. h',h,
Pr. It. V. Pierce. llutlulo.N. V.:
Dear Sir Your Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets seem to be purtictilarly adapted to the
wants of the people in this warm climate,
where bilious affections are particularly
prevalent. I regard them as the best ca
thartic I have ever tried. Yours truly,
.loll N ('. Hl'.NIU.UsOV
Ilimro.N, Mass., May I I, IH.h,
Dr. it V. Plercii. Iluffulo, N. Y.i
Dear Sir Your Golden Medici-I Discov
ery has cured my boy of a Fever Sore of
two years' standing. Please accept our
gratitude. Youth truly,
' Hkniiy W ii h i mi,
Mai.auiai. Fkvkii. Malarial fevers, eon
station, torpidity of the liver mid kidneys,
geliernl debility, nervoiisnesa and neuralgic
ailliieiitN yield readily to this great disease
coiqiierer, Hop Hitters, It repairs the rav
age of disease by converting the food Into
ilell bhsnl, and It gives new life and vigor
to t ic aged and Inllrm always. See "Prov
erb " In other column,
(, kiiy. Why will men smoke common
toll co when they can buy Marburg Pun's
"Hi ll of North Carolina" at the same price!
Of Ten Yours Durutlou. The Disthargcs
Thick, Bloody, and of Foul Odor.
Senses of Smell anil Taste Wholly
(fone. Entirely Cured by
SANF0RIVS RADICAL CUBE
Muasra. WaKKa A Perrzn: (ienilenien-1 reel
compelled to acknow ledge to you the great heiivlit
KiNmim'a Kadicai. C't io: has been to me. For
muiiy years 1 have been nllilneil with this loutlt
hoiiiu dlaeuae, and capcclullv In the miller lime has
It been moat severe. The diseharire luia been thick
and bloody, cmtttiuir n foul odor so bad that my
ireeiice in a room with otliera waa very otl'enaive lu
them. One week alter '.'oitinit-itcitiu; the use of Nan
niitu'a Kaiiicai. i'i i,k I una nut troubled with ll ut
all. My aenres of lio-tn and ainell, which were
wholly none, have now fully ret irned, and my i;i n
crul health !aim h improved. Years.
-MEI.IKU KNK II. FOIII).
Or.ANii Kai'iiih, Mich., Nov. 3, is;s.
(iKNTllmkn : The jiaekau'" of Sasimiid'h ('em;
arrived hero to nlirlit all ric.lit. I don't know what
I ahuuld have done if it had not been for thia reme
dy. I have tried Naaal Douchea and evi ryllilnt;
else, and, ullhoui;li I have been able lo atop the of
fensive dlacliarite, 1 have not been able lo recover
my Miuaea ol taste and amell until I tried hANnmn'a
Celts. You can refer anyone you choose tome,
and I will cluerlullv Int'orm them in detail aa to Ihu
lienellt the remedy nai been tome, Yours.
JIKI.HiU'IlNE II. FllUP.
Oiiami It.M-iii", Mich . Nov. 15, lstti.
SAXEOUIVS RADICAL CURE
not only promptly arreata the rorrodlnx dlacharp-a
In Catarrh, but, by avmpatliellc actlou.lt ri alorea
to mil ml health all the organs of Ihe head that hae
become a lice led by it, and rlhlbit any of the follow
Pi'tci'live Kjaalglil, InllaiiH'd mid Mattery Eyes,
Painful and Watery Eyes, Losb of Ifearlnir,
Earache, Neurtilu'la of the Ear, PH hunres from
Yr, ltlnclnc Noises in the Head, Viulwsi,
Nervous lleadarlie, ratal in the, Temples, los
oi the Senses of litste anil Nnu ll, Llonpilioii of
the I' villa. I anamination of the Tonsils, Putrid
Sore .liroat. Tickling or UacLinir Condi. Ilnui
chills, ami lileedfnuof tlie Luti'-'s.
Each package of Sanford'a Kail leal Cure ron'alna
Dr. huni'onls Improved Inhaling Tube, and full
dire-.tlona for its u-e In all cases, price One Dollar.
For aale bv all wholesale and retail druirulsta and
dealers throughout Ihe Cuileil Matea and Canada.
W UEKS Ji I'liT'l'r.K. (ieneral Atrenta Slid Whole
Buie Dili-glata, ISorloti. Mu-a.
VN Elrs-tro-Oalvaule lluitery. combined with a
hliflily Medicated Pb-ter, forioiiiL' the L'raiideat
curalive atrent lu the world of medicine, and utterly
aurjai-silie all other plurteia lu-relofore in uae
They accomplish more in one week than the old
plaster III a whole year. They do not palliate; they
Itilleve Affer-tlon of Ihe ( best.
KolietH ArTectlcina or the .un-.-.
Kelieve Allet lions of Ihe Heart.
Id lleve AnVctlou of Hie Liver.
Kelii-ve Aflccilon of the Spleen,
lielleve Affei llona of the Kidney.'
Itelieve Atl'ectlona or Ihe hiine.
lielleve All'eclion of Ihe Nerve.
Itelieve Att'-etlona of the Mum lea.
Kelieve Arfectlona ofthe Joint,
believe Atleclloiia of the Holies.
Itelieve Aliectiona uf the Muewa
No mutter whiit may be the extent of your suffer
in, try one of iln -e I'lasler. Kelii r la Inalaiitane
ou. a fact supported by hundreil of testiuioiilul in
our possesion. Hear in mind that the mo-l Im
porunt dlaeou ilea In pliarmuey dal- ba k lea than
ten year, anil that combination of iium and ea
aeie ea of tennis and ahruli are herein iinlli-d with
Klei-tricily lo lorm a c -urnlivu I'laster. lu HKilhln,'.
Iieuliin;. and atreiiuiln-nini; pnipi-rtb-. a lar upe
rior to all otlo-r I la-O r heretofore In uae aa Ihe
aeleiitiilc phjsii inn i to Ihu horse leech.
I M-io '-'" ViiisJ.
lie careful lo call for Collin" Voltaic Plaat r lest
von i;i I some worthlea Imllaiion. Sold ly all
t bolesale and K' tail Pruwial throihoi'.l Ihe
t'nileil Stale and Cunadaa. n ml by W KKhs A 1'OT
I'i.ll. I'roorietor. lloston .lii-a.
PALMS, (lll.sl, WALL PAPKIt. ETC.
l K. 15LAKK,
Window b'l.iss, Window Shanes, htc.
ou bund the celebrated n.i.i .:ati-,o
Brss' luiililiii'.', Coin-1
nieiieal Ave.. i'
IIOI.MAN'S M VI II PAPS.
Dhio Lcvec and
It . hitvtiifc ueen widely advertised under the
I'M 11 If in ill
"America Ahead in Spool Cotton."
that Ihe Jury on Cotton textiles, yann and thrcada,
at the I'arli Exposition, decreed Mold Medal and
(iraud Prize to tho Wllllmatlc Linen Company Tor
"Hpool Cotton capisrlally adapted for nae on aewlug ;
machines," overall the great thread manufacturoa
ot tnu worm, we owe It aa a duty to the public and
to Mcaara, J, & J', Could to announce that.
No (iraml rrizeti were decreed at Tui-w
for Sjiool Cotton.
Wu are advised by Cable ofthe following award:
J.& I COATS, (J0L1) MEDAL
Wllliiniitic, Lbien Co., Silver Medal.
and we clulm for tho winners of the First Prlie
tlmt, aa they have latnbllahed lu lihode Island the
lurneat Hpool Cotton .Villa In the United Ktatca.
where their Spool Cotton la manufactured through
every proceat from tho taw cotton lo the finished
apool. America, at represented by J. & P. COATS,
la atltl u!ie:id In Hpool Cotton.
Hole Agenti In Ni!W York for
Anrari1i.il A,.'iM ,.. e...M...l,l Cirfiiltioii h
l. rVvC.fl V'.i'C, arrl trriil,' 1 d l.uWit CW-
anr f noetU'ivtg and jUvrrug. Too haal tuUMta
trvr mad. Ai our lilna atrip uitu-mirk la eUmtm
Imllalnl nn Ir'.rlnr rwda that J irkrmft Bml it
v., pi. . .m t aa Mit. S'i l fur aaa
free, lo C. X .a-JMoa k Co.. urn., 1'iunlwi,
jJEFOHE YOU START
Insure Against Accident.
Oct an Accident Tl'ket or Yearly Policy In tlie
At Local Agcicy or Railway Stations.
ycvleT-iandotbiri enttaiM In tha forma
tlo.i of L.V111IS or irchuatraa aliuuld aeuj fur
0:1 r new oiracr hiii w
lu Hand and trchea. "
trul risjma'ieael eon
t.xinlnif ei.-ekiit rai-
1 iy of Hut lu'- and moat approved aole of In
btruux u'.anovr 11 mo. Mjnwll.ee. Adilreal
IAUX i IliliLY.SUteaud UonrooBta,Chlo
A" A DAY to sent cnnva"in)t for the Kintain
IN Viamiit. 'Itrma and outfit free, Addrusi, 1
ir ' O. VICKKtY. Augiiata. Maine.
v)- fAN'i'Y CI,DS. with name, inc., plain oryold.
-''Amenta outit, pic, .'j0 alilea. Hull i Co.,
Hudson. N Y.
) Cbropio crJ. rupida iiioIok , flower, Ac. S
''tao alike. with name, I'.c. Nnn-au Card Cu ,
Naa, N . Y.
lias Juen iwardcdut the I'll lis Exhilii
t ion or 1ICH to
O; N. T.
IU-st Six-ford Spool Cotton, It in rcle
li rated I'm being bt runs', elastic, and of
uniloi m siiemrtli. It has been awarded
ined.ils.if the great exposifions, from Him
first ut I 'irk in lil".. to the-Centennial
at rhiladelihia in 111711. in this conn
trv ( lark's O. -N. T. SjKKil Cotton u
widely known in nil sections for its Su
perior t'vrell"eo in JdsM-liiie und hand
sew ing. Their mills ut .Newark. X. J.,
and Paisley, Scotland, are the larirct
and most complete in the world. The
entire process of manufacturing is con
ducted uiider the most complete and
careful supervision, and they claim fur
their American product inn at least an
equal merit to that produced in Paisley
XO GILA Mi riLIZI'.S were awarded at
1'nris for S TOOL Cotton,
they ai e g ad to announce to the Ameri
can' public that they have been awarded
a Gold Mnidl. being the highest award
given f.ii-Mx-Cord Spool Cotton.
Cx'ora' A. Clark &. Brother.
' Oil Ilroi,dway. New York.
MliUL AID SUI1I.TY.
( iiLKAl kiukka:
MTlSirn'TK FOIL LIFE IXSl'll
ANCK ( OMI'AMLS.
Mutual Aid Society
Orirar.Ucil July Ittli, l!i77, I'nder Ihe Lawsot
ttitt State of lllliioiJ. Copyrighted .luly
t, I!t77. miller Act of ( engress.
WILLIAM STIiATTOX, Piir.sniKST,
Mas. P. A. TAYLOH, -J.
Pa. J.J. OOllPON,
T'UU.MAS LEWIS, -
V ii s Pkksiksst.
HOAIID OK MANACKns:
J.J. COUPON. Phvslelun Cairo, ills
Mr. I'. A.TAYI.l'lt, hiiperintuiident of
Scboal. AlexHiider County " "
Mr. K. C. FOItD. Variety Ilrucket Hloni, '
J. A. (KlI.PSTlNK. of (ioldstlne & Ko-
aenwuler, W bolesale und Iti-tuil Dealer
lu Maple and Fancy Pry liooda "
N. II. THISTLKWOOP. of lllnkle
Thlstlewood, Cummisalon Merchant,
Cotton nnil Tobnn-o Factors
8. 1). AYKItS.of Ayers A Co., Coinaila- (
aion Men hunt
THOMAS LEWIS, Inaurum-u Manager
anil Attorney nt Law :-',V, v
WM. KITIATtON, of Miration A llird,
W lioleaale ( Irorer ;
OKO. M. AI.PKN, Coiumissloil Mer-
ebnlil, 7H Ohio Levet .'
JAS. S. KEAKDF.N. Agent Mlialppi
Vullev Triinaportalloti Company
HAKllfSoN IIOCPT, Wutcbiuaker and
Jeweler .".'" tV.-'
CIIS. It STUAItT, Wholesale and Re
tall Dry Oooda and Nollona.... ...... - "
EPWAHll A. ni'PKK. Muiiiifuctiirlng
Jeweler and Wboleaale Dealer iu
Wiitehmnkers'Toola and Material.... " "
KDWIN It. EfiXEW, Proprietor Ht.
Oniric lintel "
IIA.KN LK10HTON, Commission Mer-
l)flh,EPW A KfV it. ' H(Vk! ll! ' S.' Marshi'l
Southern District Illinois Springfield. Ilia.
Mra. S. A. AY EMS Villa Kldiro, "
Dr. It H. )HliillAM.l'hylc1an..Indianapidl, Ind
JAS. M. (iELAT'P, Keai Ealate
Aitent keokuk, Iow.
Rev. DAVID 0. WKLLH, Mcthodlrt
Minister Ciriind Junction, Tenn.
J. U. UCLI.EY. Merchaul Merldau. MW.
fjMI IX V ESTOKS AXPM ECU AN ICS.
PATENTS and how to obtain them. Pnmplel of
110 page free, upon receipt of Stump for piMlagu
'A.ldrea. ' OILMOUE. HMITH ft CO..
Hollcllora or Patents, Btw 81.,
Waahingloti, V. V.
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