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THE DAILY CAIRO KULLKTIX: FU1DAY MORNING, DKUKMHKR fi, 1378.
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JVC- II. UllKKLY. (ietiorid Jlannecr.
1 iiti'scot Onvulnt ion ot any Daily in
only Moniiiisf Daily in Southern Illinois
, M.U. Havi-oll, Kditoi-.
Fon execrable puns, the provincial cock
ney is entitled to the ribbon : "Tim people
of Ciuiadn parted with Lord DuIYcrin with
regret; the loss was so marked that they
liavo been for-Lornc ever Hince." Thus
faith the Montreal Post. Now, it' they do,
in good faith, regret tho absent gentleman
who so lately vacated the office of Captnin
, (ieneral, why, in the name of all that is
rational, don't they recall him, ami put the
old "DufTiT-in" n''!iin.
Dikfkukncks, the discussion of which is
npt to excite hot blood, should not be par
aded before the public; Imt we can't help
that. llcv. Mr. Talmagn says that '-low-necked
mid sleeveless dresses are the iu
iliccs to unchaste thoughts and immoral
character." Tun Ucllktix respectfully,
but tirtnly dissents, and points Ttev. Mr. T.
to the over. vhe'.niin;,' fact that Adam and
Eve didn't put on any clothes at all, until after
they became demoralized! As llishop Pit
ci-shani nseil to wiv, '-we've ,'ut a clincher
on Talinujrc in tliis tiling, that he can't
wriirirle out of."
Nor a few of us have a system of theol
vgy that is shaped by emergencies. When
we get in a tight place and see no way out
of it, the worst of us try the efficacy of an
appeal to the powers above us. The habit
was aptly illustrated by the boy who told
an inquiring missionary that he always
prayed at night, for lie was afraid, and
didn't know what might happen to him;
Imt he iluln t pray in the morning: "No, !
hir: not by no means. It would be a mighty
stupid boy that couldn't take care of him
!'.'!f in the day time." This paragraph is
the mental progeny of a writer who will
.hereafter udd not ft little ti the value of
Tiik ni Li.KTiN as a safe teacher of religion
Tiik only thing we ever "laul up" against
Joe Uobarts, lab.' of the Murphy si mr.i Eia
Illinoisan, was a stock of abhot-.'iice for his
manifest dislike of inothers-iu-'aw. They
are a clas of females whom .loo dues not
understand, mid whom but a tew of ns
properly appreciate. We. have heai.l Im,)
men say that mothers-in-law weir sent upon
the present generation as a chastisement for
the sins of our ancestor. One of the men
wlio said this, died of yellow fever, hist
S 'ptcmber, In t!i town of Holly Springs,
Mississippi; yet how few have Liken warn
ing from this terrible net of retributive
justice! Certainly not. the cruel New York
man who set a spring gun in the melon
patch, and then sent out hii nioihet'-in-law
very day to bring in the ripened melons!
Tho very next time this shocking man vis
it id the city, he fell oil' the railroad car,
broke both his legs, both anus, uml had one
rye put out. Yet it probably never occurred
t ) him that fate was simply avenging the
i'.iother-iii-lnv whose life he had so reck
lessly imperilled. These example inight
be multiplied, ml iuliniiiiin: but enough
Jiave been given to iidiuoni.sli .loseph Ilob-
-.irtsand nil I lie balaia !' ni;in i, mankind.
that no man who fall- to appreciate his
inothei'-iii-liiw has any a-sonnee tlmt he
will livemit his allotted smn ,f life-that
be will not, in truth, be torn all to pieces
.he very fuMiiiit' any of the ivtribulivo
sigenls, that keep watch ami i,n over
lllolhers-iii liiw. ( Mil yet t Uc i - '.'t ippers on
him. Tic diui'.'i'i' ol' iindeii'stiiiiiitiim: the
Milne of a inotlii'i-iii-hnv to the liai inon of
n new home, will form the subject of an r -teude(ldi,C
lUrseiiiourSuinluy issue, We will
only add. just now, that if any young iimr
ried man finds anytliinu' yninir wrung ;M
bis new Inline, he in-, ilti't s.Mtili lot' 1 1 1'
caiie In any Ihcr direction, for it jp .
found in lie fuel thai In- has I'.iil m! t,,..,.
uruvHt) ii-lcil m in to thu household bless
ing ho lias In his busy lnother-iu.lr.w. ,
Hkcachk of the recent ocean and river
disasters, whercly several liundrcdu of pir
sons perished by drowning, and beeauso of
the likelihood that these disasters will con
tinue to occur, wuno timid people are urging
the improvement of our navigation laws,
Water-tight compartments, it was thought,
would keep a vessel afloat, no odds what
the injury inllicted by snags or collisions;
but this idea must be abandoned, for a re
cent calamity has shown that tho mere cir
cumstance of the doors of these compart
ments being wide open, rendered them use
less. It is true that, in the case in hand,
tho captain gave orders to tho mate, who
gave orders to the boatswain, who forgot
all about tho orders, to shut tho doors of
the aforesipd compartments; but what of
that? The same thing is likely to occur
again, and over and over again. Conse
quently it is reduced to a demonstration
that water-tight compartments wont do.
What can be done, then, to render travel
by water, and especially ocean travel, safe
beyond a perad venture? If tho Congress
of the United States and the law-making
powers of other countries are at a loss tor
means that w ill provide the required, secur
ity, we can suggest an expedient that will
serve a temporary purpose, at all cvent9.
When you make the passageof the Atlantic,
be sure you ship as a common sailor, fly
some marvelous operation of forces that
seem inscrutable, the sailors are nearly al
ways saved in the long boat, while the
cabin passengers take their chances on a
broken spar, a cabin chair, or a water
bucket. There is something that needs
explanation in this; but thr.t the results are
truly stated, is a fact too well understood
to admit of successful denial.
LACKING COXFI HMATION.
"I have b 'en in South Carolina. The
negroes' right of suffrage there is so restrict
ed, that a convention .of colored men will
be held with the avowed purpose of pe
titioning .congress to take the right away
From such a premises ns this tho mere
say-so of a man who may be a fugitive from
justice, and who most manifestly is a great
liar one of the most able, and hitherto
most moderate of I'epublican journals, ar
rives at the conclusion that the whole col
ored race in the south have despaired of
ever giving their ballots tho effect that was
contemplated by tiie Fourteenth amend
ment; and that, moved by that considera
tion, and a desire to weaken the South in
congress and the electoral college, they will,
as a race, urge their own speedy disfran
chisement. This is a tremendous super
structure to erect upon such frail ground
work; but, when Republican editors deal
with the south, they would as soon base
their denunciations upon the sandy founda
tion of a falsehood, ns upon tho firm ground
of a rock-rooted truth.
The negroes of South Carolina with sense
enough to organize or suggest a movement
like that spoken of, would know that their
disfranchisement by the Federal govern
ment, is quite as impossible as their re-in-slave.ment,
and that neither is at all likely
to be attempted while our government ex
ists. With Republican officials and emis
saries iu every county of South Carolina,
and with Republican newspapers in every
tow n of !i, OHO inhabitants, the news of such
.in astounding movement first reaches us
through a nameless man, who says lie has
been in South Carolina, and knows what he
is talking about! This would ho most
wonderful if true; but there is not a single
ear-mark of the truth about tho story; in
fact it is so absurd upon its face that we can
only account for its publication, on the sup
position that the readers of the Republican
journal iu question, having a keener relish
for a lie than for facts, the editor is deter
mined to feed them upon their favorite
MKKT1N0 OK C'ONOllKSS. UKI'OIITS OF CAIII
NKT OFFICKKS. (IKKF.NI1ACK CONVKNTIOX.
tONTKSTKI) KF.ATS, KTC.
Wasiunoton, December H, 1878.
Congress meets to-day, and a quiet session
is promised, notwithstanding t!ie subjects
of exciting interest which are before the
country. In previous letters I have said
that no doubt the nearness of the attempt
at resumption, and the general anxiety that
it should be made successful, have sobered
even those most inclined to tight over the
battle of 187(1. or commence thus early
that of lisHli, I'ntil after January 1st, then,
neither hoiise or senate will give counten
ance to those members who may pursue a
course calculated to disturb the country.
The mess!iot. of Mr. Hayes has been kept
very strict: but it is believed that ho con
tents himself with submitting the reports of
his cabinet officers, and remarks upon gen
eral subjects, avoiding almost everything
calculated to i xc.lte controversy, in congress
or mining the people.
Ol'lhe cabinet officers' reports it may be
repeated, that they are, iu respect to the
amounts of money called for, an improve
ment on former ones. This confession, that
from U'cnlv to lll'tv millions have been
needlessly spent each yeBr for a Io"p 'i'""
past, should be especially gratify!"!' 10
those Democrats who have mj rnrncntly in
sisted, even in the face of 'opposition in
their own party, on greatei; economy m
government expenditures. Ilul theyshoiild
not stop becausii the administration '"'-s
come to them. There are numberless
abuses , and expenses, many of wliieh ex
isted before the war, but most of which
grew up in the "flush timej," from 1M1 to
1N05, that are yet to lie exposed and cor
rected. A greenback convention is being held
here. Its members doubtless chose tins
place and time because they would thus
have an opportunity to consult with nd
perhaps influence the couiw of congress
men at tho present session. Mr. Tlnnnas J.
Dnrant, at whose offleo t!- meetings me
held, M as one of the organizes of tho party
and is a lawyer of eminence.
One subject which will have great prom
inence, late in tho session, is that of con
tests for seats in the House. The number
of contestants is unusually huge, and that,
with tho comparatively light Democratic
majority, will give interest ami importance
to each case. Tho Post of tliis morning,
says the radicals nro raising a fund to ena
ble defeated Republican candidates in
South Carolina, Mississippi and other states
in which there is supposed to be a majority
of negro voters, to contest. This is not
done in the belief that the men were elected
and can therefore succeed, but ns a means
or getting together a mass of statements
on the subject of intimidation, outrages,
&e., in tho south for effect iu the coining
Washington had yesterday another ex
perience of the grave-nibbing business now
causing so much excitunont throughout the
country. The peculiarity in our case is t hut
the body, the wagon and horse, and the
grave-robbing tools, vcre turned over by
the police to the medical gentleman who
was waiting for them, but was unfortunate
ly too late to meet his engagement with the
body Matchers. I ' think that in many
western towns just now, the open grave,
the body, the tools, and the presence of the
medical gentleman, would have led to ar
rests if not to summary punishment.
Liveu is Kino. The liver is tho imperial
organ of the whole human system, ns it
controls the life, health and happiness ot
man. When it is disturbed in its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the natural
result. The digestion of final, the move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous svstem are all imme
diately connected W ith the workings of the
liver. It has been successfully proved that
Green's August Flower is unequaled iu cur
ing all persons afflicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and all the numerous symp
toms that result from an unhealthy condition
of the liver mid stomach. Samule bottle to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in all towns
on tho western continent. Three doses w ill
prove that it is just what you want.
TheRcckeye. It wnwell established
fact, that Tabler's JJuckcye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
tho JEsculus llippocastanum, or Horse
Chestnuts, commonly known ns the I'uck
eye, has been highly esteemed for many
years, owing to the fact, that it possesses
virtues, lying in the bitter principle called
Esculin, which can be utilized for the cure of
Piles. If affected with that terrible dis
ease, use IJtickeye Pile Ointment and be re
lieved. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, 111.
Soitii America and Soctheiin United
States. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion and all dis
eases arising from disordered Stomach and
Dowels. They should ot course, at all
times keep flic liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money and much suffering. Price
.K) cents. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo,
Miseuaiii.eness, Tho most wonderful
and marvelous success, in cases w here per
sons are sick or piping away from a condi
tion of miserableness, that no one knows
what ails them, (prolitabh: patients for doc
tors), is obtained by the use of Hop Bit
ters. They begin to cure from tho first
dose and keep it up until perfect health and
strength is restored. Whoever is atllieted
in this way need not suffer, when they can
get Hop Bitters. See "Truths" mil "Pro
verbs" in another column.
Tho little folke wanted the head of tho
family to spend the evening with them.
Father s-iid he thought of attending a meet
ing. Various measures were discussed
for keeping father at home, when Tommy,
age 5, addressed his brother, aged 7, as
follows: "I'll tell you what we'll 'do we'll
put a sign on the front door. "No admit
tance to go out of this house.
Deputy Sheriff Mclchi, of McLean ceiinty,
eft Leroy several days ago very unexpected
lly and has not yet been heard from. The
new administration in the sheriff's office
took place on Monday, and it is thought
that Mclchi was not prepared to settle Ids
accounts with the office. Before leaving
he drew f '2,500 from a bank, collections
ilue, ns it is believed, to the sheriff's office.
Jules Schiiusteii. a (ierninn farmer living
near Freepot t, committed suicide Sunday
night by shooting himself with a shot gun.
The contents of one barrel entered the left
side, producing almost instan tdealh. Schiitis
ten was a fanner but il seems has hail a
series of misfortunes for some time past,
lie lost n daughter three weeks ago, while
three of his horses and nca lyall ot his hogs
have died from disease. f is said also
that his domestic relations Imvc given him
a good deal ol' iiiihappinc,.
1ATAR1UL ; .
Of Ten Yeai's Dunition. The Ilisrlmrges
Thick, ' Woody,! uiul of : Foul Odor.
Senses of Smell and Taste Wholly
Gone. Entirely Cured by
SANFOKirs RADICAL CUHK
Mcsin. Wkkkh l'CTTKii: (iutillcm. ii-1 feol
compelled lo nrkiiowli'ilKc to yon I ho urcut livnetlt
SNfouu lt.um'.w. Cl'iiH him hei'ii to inn. For
ninny yi'iim 1 luivo liecn nUlli tcd with UiIk loiitli
some ilUuttss. iiikI (-hk'cLU1v In Hut winter time law
ll been mint ccvir.. Th" UIk'Iiiii'koIiiii Ih'uh Illicit
uiul lilooily. cniltiiii'' a I'onl uitor so hail thai my
prm'iicc In u room with othem wan very oifi'iilvu to
llirtn . One wiick uncri'omniundng Ih'ii iim- of San
roun's Kaimi ai, ('not I win not tronlilrd with I: ut
nil. My m'UHcH of IMo mid snicll, which wvru
wholly Kiine, have now fully rel .irncd, ami my gen
eral lieullh In much improved. Your,
MKLIUU'ltNK II. l'OUI).
rlhoit hiiad Writer,
0:ani) Uaimih, Mli h., Nov. It, ISTIt.
(Iijn'Ti.rmkn ! The pHcknjfn of Santhiw'h ( i i:i:
uiTlu'ii line U) iiIkIiI all rldit. I don't know w lnil
I flioiild havodonr II llliiul not been U r IliU reme
dy. 1 have, tried XuhiiI Douches and utcrythiiiL'
('lee. anil, ullhuuli 1 hnvu lien iililo to mop Die or
felmlvc diiii'hiiriio, 1 have not been Blilo to recover
my Brine of tau and nmt'11 until I tried SANn.aii'n
( I UK. You vim refer liny our you chooxe to me.
and I will (iieicrfullv luforui tlit-min del .ill in to the
bi'iielli the runicdy nan hcun to me. Yoiiru.
JIKLIKH liNK II. KOItO.
(IllAM) liAI'UW, Mich., Nov. 1.1, ISM,
SAXFORD'S 11ADICAL CUKE
not only promptly arrest tho rurrodlujf dlni liiircii
In Catarrh, but, liv fympiitlirtle. action. It n-norus
to nound health afl the orumiK of the ht'itd that havu
become infected by it, and cililbll any of Ihu (olluw
Defective Kyrsh.'lit, Inllanird anil Mattery Y.y
Painful nail Watery Kyet, Loss of llcsrim;.
Kar&i'!ii',Neiiridi;U of the Far, Disclmrxin from
Kur, niacin;.' Noises in t lie II end, I)..lnes,
Nervous Headache, pubis In the Temples, Liisk
of tin; Senses of Taste and Smell, Kloairittlon ot
the I'vala, Inflammation of the Tonsils, Putrid
Sore fliroat,Tli'kliiii! r Hm-UiiK Condi, lirou
cliitk ami lilredhiitoftlie Lun.
Kncli piiclinue of Sunford's Radical Curr con'nliiM
Dr. Sanl'orilH Improved Inhaling Tumi, and lull
dlref lioiu for Ii use In all cases. I'rloe One Dollar.
Korieilr by all uholesnle mid retail druuglsln and
dealers thr'nuiiliout the I'nited htutrn ami ('lunula.
W EEKS Jt J'OTTEII. Oem ral ,jp'iii ami Whole
sale DniL'L'lHts, Huston. .Mii.
VN Electro-diilvaulc Dattery. combined with a
lilahly Meilicateil I'IiinIit, 'lorininst the tfrandcM
curative nirenl In thcuiuid of medicine, ami utterly
sinpnsslii' all other plaster heretofore In use
They iu-onmiliidi more In one week than the old
planters Iu u whole your. They duuot palliatu; lliey
Hclleve Affection of the Chest.
lielleve Atlcilliins of tlui Lunn.
liellevu Allecilou of the II. url .
lielleve Arti'i'tloi! of the Liver.
lielleve A lied lolls of the Spleen.
lii'lievu AnYclloim of the Kidney.
lti lUu' Atli'ctioiis of thu Spine.
Ib'lii've AIIVclloii of the Nerves.
Krllevr Atb'illon of the .Muscles.
Itelleve Atlectioll of the ilolltl.
lielleve Alti'Ctions of the lluni .
Itelleve Alleclloi: of the Much
No matter what mm- be the extent of your suffer
Ilia, try one of these I'lii-lers. Itellef l instiililniic
oil, a 'fact supported by hundred ul'testimonlal In
our possession. Hear in mind Unit the most Im
portant dlcoH'rit '.- iu pharmacy dm,, hm k les lhau
leu year, and that ciiinbtiinlion of jjiims and es
setK'es of plant mid shrill) are herein united with
Electricity to lorin a curative, fluster, In Koothliin,
healing, and streinri heniiijf properties, us tar supe
rior to all oilier f bister Tierelnfore In Use. us the
scieiitilic phvrleiaii is lo llie horse leei li.
Price 'J.1") Cm it-.
lie careful to call for Collin' Voltaic I'la-trr lent
vim jret some worthies liniiatloii. Sold by all
holesalc and lietail Ilrairist throu'.'liuiil' the
I'nited State and I'uiiadas, and by WEEKS & I'OT
TEl!. i'rooiietors. Ilostou Mils
IloL.M.VN'S LIYKK PADS.
Ohio Levee and
PAINTS, OILS. WALL l'AI'KR, KTC.
Window Class, Window Slnuies, Kfe.
Alw;i,n on hr.ml tho celeliruteil u.i.t minatimi
Kwh' l.allilltiij, Com. I
I lllt'KMl An., I
JJOTTO k FO'lASiSI'S
C'ondaeted on tlir European plau, Set the llnest
table ol any house In the ( ity. Kpiclai niles
for monlh or week, to regular people.
Conut'ctulwitli thu rcsliuiranl is thu
KIXI-Kl' HA II IN'THK CITY.
Supplied with I lie Choicest Wine nuil Llilior.
Mixed Drink u Mpuelallv. Ileslaiiriint and
Saloon Open at All Hour, buy and Mhl,
COMMKIICIAL AVK. between tiri'll and
SIXTH STS CAIIto. ILL.
HoitsK SIloKINfia speclaltv. Hepnlrlmr or all
kind of vchli Im done neatly and on shun no
tice, at llie lowest pussllilo col,
'' M il IIAKKIIY."
Eighth Sticet. iiciir Commercial Avenue.
V. KKSC'II, Pnoi-itiKToit.
IIiii inur "tinted a llrst ola lliiken'. mid placed a
rlrst-i las St. Louis baker iu char", I am prepared
t'AKEs UK EVKIIY DKselitl'TKJ.N".
frmii the plainest toilietuo-l eluboiate kind, oiilt
uble for weildlni.". bails, etc.; also all kllel of
llread. fie and l'n.lry, at the very lmvt rale.
Orders will be promptly tilled. A delivery wagon
wiii run dally lo all part of llie cily for the accom
modation ol cii-loiiier
A share of the public's patronage Is sollclteiL and
CEXANPKU COl'NTV BANK',
CoiniiieiTial Avenue and Eighth Siroet.
!'. lill'ISS. fresiiient.
f. NKIT. Vice f res.;, nt.
II. WKI.I.S. ( u-hler.
T. J. KEKTII, Aslstunt ( a!iler.
K. nro. Cairo;
feter i'tf. ( airo
r. M . Usterloll.
li. limb r. Cairo;
William Klu;'e. Cairo;
Wiliiam W oil. ( airo;
li. I. ItllHiiasicy. St. Louis:
J. Y. I leuisoi. C al. lo ll i.
i (IKNKIiAL IIANKINIi 1H SINKSS I)(N 1. F.i
s V chant'e sol'l and hoiiithl. Interest paid iu the
Savings Departuieiit. ( ollectliui tun iu and all
business piouiitly attended lo.
rjMIE C1TV NATIONAL 15AXK,
CAI'lTAL. 8 1 00,000
W. p. HALLIDAY, -r.'sliletit.
I!. I, II U.I.III.W, Mce fre.ideiit.
WALTEIt HYsLlJl", Cii-hlcr.
. STAAT T.VVt.OU. W. I'. IIM I IIIAT.
HIiMtV I.. IIAI.I.IO.VV. It. II. 1 I S-OMill.vM,
(i. II. 11.I.IA s-'iN, STII-UKN BIIOl.
II. II. I'INIIll..
Exiliiiiige, Coin 11 nd I'nited States Uond
L-on.HT AND SOLD.
Dejioslts received and 0 jtencral banklu;' buiiies.
JNTEIU'HISE SAVINGS HANK,
(')i.utereil Jlalch til, lilllll.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL HANK.
ISTEKEsT paid on deposit March Isl and S"i
teiuber 1st. Interest not withdrawn I lidded tn
medlalely t llie prlnclpul of the depo.lls, thereby
Klviutt them compound interest.
Children anil nmrrlul Wotn' ll limv deposit
iiiniiey and an one else run draw It.
WALTEIt IIVSI.OP, TiiEAsniEit.
DRY (lOOPS. KTC.
nOLPSTINE it T
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
('nods ami Clothiii"; House In this City;
are rcrelvlnir new Coods daily and nre
ollViiiinni'i'iit hui'iiiiiiisiiitlieiiiosf hand
some lines of ('All PETS, OIL CI.OTUS
and MATTIXCS; Silks, Cashmeres. Eon
relies, tind a K'l'cnt nniny other new
si j les of llress (ioods. Etuis, Kfe. : in
fact in every depiii'lniciit of (heir hitsi
ness, flu-y eordiaily In vile llie puhlie
lo call nuil see Iheil' stock.
. XKW AUVERTISKMENT.
1LACK CHArE VKILS,
NO MATTIill HOW OLD, Itl'MTY Oil ' ADKlil
lie-Dveil nuil Dressed Kntial to .v
JOAH'rOX Ac CO.,
IW WKST KOTII'ITt MTKKKT. CINl'I.NNA'l
(ii'(erH nf three yard of I 'rape or upv
rciumen cjik k ur eu'iiis kiikioiit. j
WHOLKSAI.K WINKS AND I.IOJ'OKS
Wholesale and Iletuil Healer in
Foreign ami J)oniestic Liquc
Winori ot all Kinds.f
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
1'SSHS. SMYTH CO. Iiaveoonstatitlva lij'
l stock of 1 in- best irood In the market and
especial altuntlou to Ihu w holesalii branch of'
If von are un"erliiL' from
poor hrnllll. or lulled
llie on a bed of ali knes
If you are slin ply oilliiK
disiilrlted, witliout CJent
Hop llittei-H M ill
If you are a minister
sell with your pastnriai
out with care mid work.
Hop liittei-H will
If you arc a in in of bus
Irnfn of your everyday
lers. tolling over join
aku cheer, for
will ( 'uroyoii,
ij you feel we
y know liie why.
mil have overtaxed y
llllies, or Ik mother .
Itewtoi-e you, f
ine, weakened by
lutics; or a man ot ,
'IIc Ititt.MX M ill
.t itii if t lien yo
If you ure i niiti2. am
c ret Ion, or are rovvini; b
utferliiK from nnv in f
last, as i. olutj the i -.
Hon Ilittei-H will
I Ci'l iivr v. ii. f
If 3 oti ure Iu the work
desk, an) where, and lee
cleai:slti. loiiin'iir slim
Ctlt I II .
hop. on the farm, at 71
tiiiu your svstem im
ulatlii', without Intt
J I l'l lilt lOI'M Is
W'liat yon Nih-i
II you are old. ami on
nerve nu-l-:ul v.mihI tod
iiilse is fsi-ble,
jcllltit s viatiin.
Hop Jtitte I'M Wll:
(i 1 1 1 1
.;i ve you new 1 1
M PAIN IIKLIISI,'
Try IIOl'COl (.11 (Till
For Sale by at
It Imvlna Ih-hi widd.v udveribid mder
(apt em t
"America Ahead iu Spool Cotton,"
Ilia! liicj'.iry 1,11 Cotton textile, yirus and tlirca
ut the Paris Exposition, decreed a l.old Medal i
(.rami Prlr.e to the V llllmatlc Linen Company
"Spool Cotton especially adapted for use on '
machine." over all the yreat thread matiufactu
of the world, we one II a a duty to the public 1
to Mes.rs. ,I. A IV Coats to announce that.
No Crawl Prizes were decreed at I'ai
f'ol- Spool Cotton.
We ure ad v I ed by ('abb- of tin- follow I nj" uwnri
Williiii.itic Linen Co., Silver Medi
and we claim for the ivluner of llie First fr
that. n. they have c-tabiu-ln-d Iu Khodn Island I
larL-est Spi.ol ( otton Mill iu the l l.lled Slat
w here their spool Cotlou l inanufiK lured throu
ever)' process from llio raw ciiltun to the finish
spool. America, a represented by J. )i f . OA'l
I' -till ale ad ill Spool Cotton.
Sole AL'eiit In New York fur
.1 A' f I OATS
SMS!. EffiSSSQ BAH
'.-i('1 hii-'tt prim ttX iV'inl .1 Fprii.' fof
A- 'W.f q inh'um rrrmlitnf nil v4vg tltw
n? "t rrttn,i"u al Jbtftriny. T10 Lt iubrri
v-r r-iak A tmr lli it Hp rMp-murk l cotelf
)i.i"a-f. on Inferior jnt. that J rtttnn'$ HmI U
J', -xtf pin. If i ll it V. -m4 fr Mtntlf
tts, tj ( . A. wA-KSo.h A Co.. Mfm., Tewrtburt. v
ji:i'(;i:i: YOU STAHT
IiMire Against Accidents.
(let mi .Vv jiient Ticket or Yearly I'oMcy in I
T IVV Iil Lh: Us-
Al I,oc;tl Agency Or Kiiilwuv Stations
L-.ili. cml oOiern eniraewi In tha forma
t .. 1 ut ImiiiI or nrclwstriu abould aeud lor
r -ir tipw ileacrlptivu cav-
l:ij 11.1ml and Ore lies
tru! niiula'i.-i. and con
t.lnlliu I'lt'uai.l pmr:iv.
I'ji:j of the uies'. and most approrcd style of lu-1
sirinneni now 111 Uhd. Ainiieo nca. Aiiurens
LYON HKALY. State and MonroeStiCUcicu..
DAY to Aireiit raiivnssini; for the Kitojrii
, tnoit. Term ami outllt freo. Address, I
0 ' O. VIl KEllY. Ainriista. Maine.
) KANC Y CAI'DS. with name, llie.. plain or iroe
-'Airciil outllt. Ilk.-, I.V) stjlea Hull & Co
lluilson, N Y.
). I'lii'cnio ( aids, rupida mottoes, flowers, Ac.
''two alike. Willi name, oc. Nassau turd Co
Nii'snu, N. Y.
has heei 1 nwnrdedat the Purls Exhihi
A ! I 11-11 . .
I IIIIIHII 1 (I Ml III
O. N. T.
lhst Six-Cord Spool Cotton, It Is eele
hriited for hein slronu', elastic, mid 0
uniform streimth. It has heen awanlei
niedalsitt t lie irreat expositions, from tin
first nt Pin-is, in III55, to the Centennial
111 riiiiiiiieipiiiu 111 Jiiit), in huh conn i
lev ( liirk'n 0. N. T. Spool Cotton L
wldelv known in nil sections for its Su-L'
' . . . . . , . . .r
lienor r.xeeiience 111 .nnciune iinti intiiii.
sewlnir. 'l'helr mills at Newark. X. .1.1
.....i 11.. w....i 1 ...... .1.., 1... .r
iiitii I iiiii',i , .-( in iniiii, nil- tin- iiii'ncsilii
ana most eompiete in tne worm. Tin
entire jiroeess of niiinnl'iietiiriiia: is con
ducted nniler Hie most complete and
eniel'iilsniici'visioii. awl thev claim for
! I heir American iirodiiefioii at lensl tin
I eipinl merit to that produced in Paisley
.11 (I IS. AS
XO CUAXII PIMZKS were awarded al,
Paris lor SPOOL Col ton.
they iii-etrliiil to announce to the Anicri-
I en 11 puhlie thai lin y have heiji awarded
i 11 Hold Medal, lielny the hiyliest 11 ward
arlveii for Six-t'oril Siiool Cotton. (
j (!('orp,c A. Clai'li & lirother.
I Sdl.l-i AdKNTS,
I lol) Lionilwiiy. New York.