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-ti'isfrsi ( 'iiMMii.'il ion ol miy Daily In
Hily Morning1 .Daily iu .Southern Illinois
M. M. Uui-roll, Kditor. J'
Ik tin- Republican party could be con
vinced tlint it is not ili(! North, the whole
tuntrv would at once settle down into a
1 condition' of brotherly unity, rhiinninp to
A nii.i. to imjinivf the levees of the
Missouri river mIhivc nnd 1m low St. Onirics.
hr appropiation of f LKMMl!) whs introduced
in ConLfess Tuesday. So niuny bills to
impMv Western strwnns will lie bad for
4.11 oft hem. ' '
At lhe fall elections the Republican I
party rt 2.250,00(1 votes. The opp.sition j
to that party cast 2,490,000; and yet cer-1
uin republican organs talk exultingly of
the "solid Republican North." Ifthemat-j;-r
could b" submiited to a popular vote,
the stamp of disapproval would rlx! placed
(lrxm the Republican party and the prin-
rip let- it advocates, by a majority of not les
Till: NKXT CKNSUS.
Thk census of 1WS0 is looked forward to
iiy the Radicals with much apprehension.
bc,-i;tisc the great increase in population in
th South and Southwest will increase the
nambx r of Representatives in Congress from
that section, it is estimated, thirty or more,
most of whom will be Deniix ruls.
The editor of the Louisville Couricr
Journal gives notice in advance tlmt the
&dic:.l canvassers and compilers of the re
turns must be narrowly watched, least our
returning boni'd experience of Hii, be re
stated, in a measure, in ISSd.
JllKlK Ml'LKKY FOR THK SITRKME
W'e have been informed that Judge John
II. Mulkoy, of this city, yielding to what
nmK to lie the universal wish of the people
in this portion of the division, and a wish
That has found expression in various other
twraliti'is, has consented to the use of his
Tia-nie' in connection with a candidacy for a
cat on the Supreme bench. The friends
nd acquaintances of Judge Mulkey,
throughout the entire division, will welcome
.this announccmnt as an assurance tlmt the
mantle of th.t lament -d Judge lin-e.e is
likely to descend upon worthy shoulders.
No man who knows Judge Mulkey will
question his entire lim. ss fur the position
fur which he is limned. Thoroughly edu
cated, deeply learned in the intricacies of
The law, with all the tivnt.d vigor of the
x-losf Mudent, and a mind dirciplincd mid
maturiJ by the Mu'iy ami practice of a
'pinrter of u century, Judge Mulkey stands
ut in unmistakable prominence us the
right person to lake the sei.t vacated by the
n.m whose jurispiud'-nee gave him a na
Judge Mulkey is but sightly beyond the
Hieridianof munhnod; is in the enjoyment
f gwd health, and could, therefore, bring
toliisaid in the discharge of his duties, a
ruind in its fullest vigor, disciplined to close,
aiscrimiuuting, methodical thinking, and of
width and scope and depth and strength to
ui-cs.st'u'ly grapplo with all the intricate
and subtle qu-stiolis ilh which he WolllJ
be culled upon tod:ul.
When the death ..f llli:, gtvut,.st jurist to the f,,ct th it the same Madison Wells of--and
profimndevt stai. s.nan was first an- j len d, through Mr. Keimer, of New Orleans,
''ixxinecd. the thoughts of ur f.0,,i,. ;I1V(,. I , w, iUl, voU, (miMi,lim to fl,'. j,t.M(.
untarily centered up.,,, .h,,,. Mulkey as j erats there, for the sum of $ 00,0l)(l. This
:fi... mutt to succeed him. ThU was so, not j offer became known at the time, und ex
only i Cairo, where warm p-rsmal friend- plains lhe continued presence in New Or-
.Uips. knit the closer by enst mt ussixia -
with l.iui, served t prejudice
ur tit -fereiire: but so ulu in i u.iv i
munity in th- grand division where the
Judge had acquaintances who properly es-
(..,1 I.:.. 1,.. .1 . 1.. ... 1
, muuy ,..r tne position. 1 lie
almost instant . envietion that lie was the
ngnt man. Kirtntnenml. as tune passed on,
until it seemed n tall the phase of t. cer -
roiinty that the pcpl, would Insist upon his
candidacy. This ....mediately followed;
luwyom, biuiness mon, men in every pur
Huit of life, imHrtuned him; but not until
he could assure himself tlmt u candidacy
Would not involve him In a strii'le, hot
itnd dibtnictiii,' contest, did he return mi uf
flrnuitivc reply. The reply linn been given,
and il i scsiively untieipiited that
the unseemly utrmnle he wmuht to
avoid, will bo forced upon him.
Had tiny of his lawyer friends been aspir
ant for the place, he would liuve deterred
to their wishes. With un unsclfUhncfs
that is to be commended for its rarity, if
for nothing else, he sought to inform him
self in this regard, fully determined that he
would sink his own aspiration if they
formed a Btumbling block in the way ot
others. Hut encouragement met him at
every turn; the field was clear, ami he
stepped into it. Ilcing in it, his thousands
of zealous hupimrters will insist upon his
remaining there, and remaining, he will be
MILLION'S OKLITTLK MAltTYKS TO
There is a constant complaint going up
from the school-rooms of the country, that
the children nrc subject to frequent, and
most painful and annoying attacks of head
ache. There is nothing surprising in such
complaints. The greater wonder is that
they are not more frequent that they are
not continuous. We' have never yet seen
an Illinois school-house, in the construction
of which, half the attention had been paid
to the matter of ventilation that was pidd
to the attractiveness of the cornice, or the
architectural effect of the Mfry. Our
school-rooms, rs a general thing, arc square
Imxos. in which the air is burned with a
red hot stove, oy into which heat is in
jected by means of pipes or furnaces.
at limes so hot as to eiiiiipel perspiration in
I iiim-tuiici, mill u:t:ii iu s" ion ;i teiiiiTii-
l ture sis to briii!' discomfort. These transi-
ti.-ns from almost iiisiitl' -ruble heat lo a like
,1, .rM. f cold, elfrted upon atmosphere
tlmt has been poisoned by respirations from
a half hundred pair of luiic. are enoutrh
to breed ailments far more d:uigerous than
the severest headaches the children ever
surfer. Such (-talked and poluted air is so
danircrous to health that children who enter
j the room, at nine o'clock, fresh, buoyant
j and vigorous, go out at noon time, listless,
i languid, with hailing step and throbbing
temples. If the teacher should hoist u i
window, the opposite extreme is suffered;
and children are subjected to the danger of
colds, croup, and all the ailments that are
chargcable to atmospheric causes. Why
is it then, that so liitle thought
is given to the matter of ventilation '. The
painful and dangerous results of neglect
are seen in every school room in th" land,
and nobody denies the necessity for im
provement iu that respect. Both these
proHitions being admitted, why is it that
our school houses arc nut properly veulil
latedJ We confess that we are not able to
wrestle with our own question.
THK ROTTEN THING
The Democratic party having control ot
the House of Congress, one of the first du
ties of that body should be to institute in
quiry into the geiiumess of the cypher dis
patches, the correctness of the translations
given, and the means by which Republican
leaders obtained control of them.
There is a conjecture alimst strong
enough to amount to a certainty, that the
original copiis were found mm ng the pa
llet of the late Senator Morton, w ho, avail
ing himself ot the chance nlfirdcd him
through the stupidity of the Democrats in
their dealing with the Superintendent of
the Western Union telegraph, secured pos
session of ail the disputches sentduriun the
pendency of the .Louisiana and Florida
count he keeping for future use tlwse sent
by I)i in'-crats, mid destroying everything
that could iu any manner implicate the Re
publicans. Hut, notwithstanding the precautiousof the
deceased Senator, there Isevidenci; at hand to
show that tin; Republican party is infinitely
deeper ill the mud than the Democrats in
the mire. It is already established that the
returning boards of Louisiana abd Florida
were for sale. The vote of Louisiana was
on the market in Washington mid New
Yoik, und J. M.nlison Wells was empow
ered to sell to either side. Failing to sell
to Democrats in the North, the evidence be-
fore the Futer committee is conclusive as
1 b ans of the present secretary of the treas
ury. and other Republican characters high
I t... .i .. 1...1..1 .
I ill I'lmiwuu IIIOH'I iim: llll'Sflll Iltllllllllg-
piisitioii under Hit! pre
tuition. The returning Isiurd of neither
state wits boili'lit while it Was an
openly on the maiket. but look at what fol
.,w,,, tld sy If ay , can reconcile it
I with f,,ir, honest dealing. Had Kcni.er
j paid . vltluilt. Wells, the f '.'OO.OOO he
asked, u. vu. , Limi.lllll( mo
1 been honestly euui.t'.-J and thrown for the
CAIKO IUJLLKT1X: SA
Iemocratic candidate, llul the money
was no! paid; and we sec tv man counted
into the presidency against whom there was
an electoral majority, of twenty -two votes,
and a popular majority of more than 1100,
MM). And to the eternal shame of the
party who profited by the fraud, we further
see every man who participated, from the
clerk who changed the poll Isioks of a single
parish, to the man who defrauded the peo
ple of a State. We see the w hole pack of
them in the enjoyment of i ltiee or patron
age, as the reward of their rascality. Count
up the salaries and pay of these men, and
we will mid that they are receiving from
tl... .mt-..rniii..nt m minimi sum tlmt will I
fall but a trifle short ol f.W.MM). ,
Certainly in pursuing all the processes
by which such ends win- brouuht
iilsiut. there are tracks that remain uncov
ered; papers and letters and t .'legrams that
remain iindestrojvd that will fasten the in
famy of their acts Umii the scoundrels w ho
are enjoying the fruits of their success. The
whole business must le sifted, and the
party that stole the presidency from us I
must be taught, as a eotcinporary well re-
marks, that they cannot rob us mid tit n !
, ,, ;
liom Us answera'iie lor Hie Clime. " I lie
thieves must not lie allowed lo "put lhe
robld party in jail."
Who is for Judge of the Supreme Court ?
Krom the Joni-shoro (ia.eltc.
Since t lit.- death of Judp- llriTse. of the Supreme
Court, the prc of Southern llliuols baic been
l'juklnu over tbe field lor a suit.ib'c pi rson to be
cboscu to thla Important position In J un- next.
There, aeemi to be a unanimity of fsellns la faior
of Judiro Join) II. Mulkey, of Cairo, ubo la admit
ted by all Membra of the bar lobe msl oaiiuetaly
qualified for this position. He has no superior in
point of lei;sl ability, in the state, and will be an
acquisition lo the supreme bench, and ran C 11 the
.nancy created by the decease of Jude Ilreivj, iu
every particular. This sentiment 1 so unanimous
that we presume that th'-re will lie no opposition to
the selection of Judje Mulkey. should hrniici-l to
become a candidate.
A Fnoni.Kvi i.oni; si.nck Solvkh. How
to remedy those prolific cause? of disease
an impoverished circulation and an impaired
digestion, was a problem the solution of
which had often baffled medical skill, but
w hich was solved over a quarter of a cen
tury ago by the introduction of Hosteller's
Stomach Hitters to public and professional
notice. Since that time, which may well
In- said to have initiated a new eHxh in the
history of medicine, the remedy and pre
ventive referred to has obtained a fisitbold
in the cntidencc of the American people
that each sticoediiig year has only served
to strengthen. It is recognized through
out 'he I'nion as i tonic of the first order, a
remedy for and sure means of preventing
fever and ague, and di-ajrders of the stomach
and IhiwcIs; as a reliable means of reform
ing a disordered state of the liver, and of
counteracting a tendency to iheumatisni,
guut. urinary and uterine disorders.
'I'm: RiCHKYK. It is a weli estalblnhed
fact, that Tubler's Huckeye File Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
the .tculus HipKx-iistanum, or Horse
Chestnuts, commonly known a.s the Ruck
eye, has been highly esteemed for many
years, owing to the fact, that it possesses
virtue.-, lying in the bitter principle called
F.sculin. which can be utilized for the cure of
Files. If affected with that terrible dis
ease, use Huckeye File Ointment anil Ihi re
lieved, liarclav Hrotbcrs, agents, Cairo, III.
Soitn America aso South ekx Usitld
Statkj). Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Iudigestion and all dis
easos arising from disordered Stomach and
Rowels. They should ol course, at all
times keep fhe liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tubler's Vegeta
ble Liver Fowder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money and much suffering. Frice
.10 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo,
Miskr.uu.ksks.s. The most wonderful
and marvelous success, in cases where per
sons are sick or piring away from a condi
tion of miseralileness-, that no one know?
what ails them, (profitable puticiits for doc
tors), is obtained by the Use of Hop Bit
ters. They begin to cure from the first
dose and keep it up until perfect hculthand
strength is restored. Whoever is afflicted
in this way need not suffer, when they cun
get Hop Bitters. See "Truths" and "Fro
verbs"' in another column.
As freezing blasts begin to blow over Da
kota, Hi.d as the first (lurries of snow give
warning of winter's approach, the discovery
is suddenly made that the, one million
pounds of ft Hid intended for tin.1 six thous
and Red Cloud Indians, is housed two hun
dred miles away from those it is iuteuded
to feed, Under the existing system of
transporting, ten months would be required
to deliver it at the Red Cloud reservation.
What is to be done about itf Delay means
starvation for tin; now helpless Indians,
while if contractors were to undertake the
delivery of it, the expense must be as much
as that of the provision itself.
Some of the papers nrc advising Grant not
to accept the Bulgarian throne, but hold
himself in training as a candidate for the
Frcsldciicy. Our advice to Grant is, in
the words of the old Frovcrb. "A bird in
the hand is worth two in the hush," and he
w ill have to beat about the bushes a good
while before he cun catch the Presidency.
A Michigan gentleman whose educa
tion wipt considered fair, wrote toa bookseller
as follows; "Deru stir; if yew hev got a
book culled Dauel Webster on a brig picas
send ini' u copy by Pyser's Express c. o.
d. I want to git it terminer if i kin, tans
my spellin teacher savs I ouj'hter hev it.'
'ITU DAY MOUNING, DKCKMHER 7, 1878.
Of Ton Yi'iirs Duration. Tim l)lst haix'S
Thick, Illomly, nml of Foul Odor.
Senses of Sindl mid Taste Wholly
(one. Entirely t'ureil by
SAX FUND'S IIADICALCIIKE
Musr. Vi:i;k A l'i n;n: (Ivulliinu'ii-I fwl
roinpclli'd In ai-knuMli'dt;!' In yoa Ihi'Hivat lu nrht
Sakiiiiu Kaiiii .m. ( i in; hn lin n in mv. Knr
ninny ,vi-ar I huvo lici n nfltlrti'd wllb Ibis loilli
miino illscuxo, uiiil I'specinlly In t tic winter lime tins
II Imhmi linil seiuro. Till' iflarhaim1 till" boell llllek
and IiIihiiIi. I'liiilllnu a fnnl islnr so bad llul my
prrsi'iice In a room lib nthrra was lery nfl'eiisivv In
liii-in line iek ailiTcoiniin-ucHit: t It- un" of hs-
!'. ltl' AI. C l ilK I wn u.il lr..iilj. l w ilh il
senses of la-h- mid smvll. ihlih were
wholly if mil-, hnve now I ill ly ol iiiied, ami my n
rrai ui aiin isiniicu nn pmvrii. )enr.
MKI. 11(11 liXK II VMItll.
. ("Iiorl baud WrlUT,
( (iiuMi i;i'.i.s. Mil h.. Nov. a. is;t..
(iiAii mk : 'I'lie LiiL'e of S.seumi' I i nr.
arrlied lu re lo ul(.h( all rlht. I dua't know wlial
I should hc it, in,' if II bad mil hi-cn t, r tills rune- '
dt'. 1 liuie liiid Nasal llniubes and t'wr.Mliint; I
else. and. nllhoui;li I hair ui rn able to stop tin- or '
fciislii disi har'e, I ban- llul bei-n abb-to rmiwr !
my sansi-s ol taste and snu ll until I tried si'iiiih's
I I nil. You can n fi r any one you elumse to nie.
and I will ibi'i-rliilli liilurm llieni'lii ili inil n- to the
Is iii fll Hie retin-dv Uu been lo me. oiu. '
V1KI.IUH UN K tl. I'llKD.
onvi iiieu-. Mii U . N.n. in. is-.c,
s! I V l.'l 1 1 I IV IMIll'll J 'i;p ,M
. .i I "lll'i1 ll.ll'ii .iii i. ji 1 1
not only promptly rrots the corrudlus dl liar'.i s
in Catarrh, but. lo sympathetic netinu. It restores ,
to aouud bealtb all .lie organs nf Ilic bend thai luive I
become atTei ted b it. slid eiblbil tinv of Hie follow-
iiiK adrclious: I
Infective Kyi-siL'lit. Inllaiiieil 11 nil Miillei-.v Kji-s,
Painful ami Walcn Kyes. Loss ol Healing,
Ksraclie, Neiiriiluia ol the Jjir. Hiti luirifes trntii
Knr, llinclic Noises In lhe Head, l'i.iuess,
Nervous Headache. I'w ins in the Temples, Ia
of the Senses nl'laste und Snu ll. Klonpitliin ot
tin-1 villa, lattuiuiiialloiiol (lie Tonsils. Putrid
Sire riirmit, Tii-Miug or llacliic ('nn-'li, llrou
chilis, and lllecillnut Ids l.miv
Karli packa-of Saiifiird's Itadlcal Cure ron'alns
)r. Saelonls ImpruNcd luUaliiii.' Tube, and full
directions lor its usclu all cases. I'rlce One Hollar.
Korsale by ail wliole-ule mid n-tnil !ru,'lt mid
dealer throughout l!ie t inted hialea fiuu Canada.
WKKKS & l'i.lvl Ki:, (jenerui A-ei.ls und ho!i
sale iituisla, lloslou. .Vtf.
VN K'ectrtv(;!vauir llcltery. comb!iid with a
higtiiy Medicated I'laster. lortninv the grandest
curatoe aeut iu lue world ol im uicliie, unit utterly ,
surpassing all otln r plusu is hen-lufore in use. 1
They accomplish u.oie hi ue week tbu 1 Die old
pla-ters III a wuoie year. 1 ucv iioimi puinuie: iney
Uelieve AlTeclioiis of the Chest.
Ilelievc AtT.s linns ol the I.ans.
li.'ih ve AHeellons of the ll-.nl.
l.'el'eii ADei tlons ol tlie l.lver.
Kclii vc ABeclionsol the Spleen.
Uelieve Atfeetl'ins of the Kidneys.
Ilelictc ABcetiniis of the spine.
Ili iicvu Aflis lions of the Nerves.
)!'-!icve Atfectlon-of the Muscles,
kellrve Aff ctloiis of the Join!..
l'cHeve Affei iiiiiia of the Hones,
lieileve ASccllotis of the Sinews
No matter what mnv b the extent of your suffer
!oi?. Irrone i,t these l'ln-ter-. llelief is inslantune-
0:1s. a fart supporP d by baiulreiw of te-timonlals In i
our po'--siou. h ar in inniu mat me niosi im
portant discoveries iu b:iriuacr ihite back less tbnn
ti n years, ard Uiat combinations of cams nnd es
sences of plants ami shrubs rt herein uuited w iih
Klettrlcltv to tonn n rnrativu l'!t r. in sootbiii.
bc-aliiiK. anu stn iii;tbenlnz propi rlies. as far supe
rior lo all olber I'luslera lierelolore In u- as the
scicD'.iJc pbyticlan is to the bona- leech.
JvU'f 'J.r VMltS.
Ik' careful to call for Collin'a Voltaic I';i-t r lest
von gel some mirthless imitation. Sold by all
Wholesale and 11' tall lirulsta thruutrhoni the
t'nited State andlanadas. and br N EKKS A, POT
TEH, l'ruurh-iors. iio-tou Miss
HOLMAVS LIVKR PADS.
LI v m PADS
Ohio Levee and
I'AINTS, 01 HI. WALL VArF.tt, KTC
ULAI ait IS
1 'a i ntM, Oils, Va rn ishes, Itrushes
Window (ilass, Window SlimicN, Klo.
Always 011 baud the celebrated n.i.t visatiso
Urol' HulhlliiK. Cum-1
uiut'iuul Ave. I
OTTO & FOOASSI'S
TONY JtESTAUKANT !
(U.il HKi.MoMl'o 111' 11,1)1 NO, Oil Id LEVKR,
t'oiidiii led on the Kuroprnn plan, Hi'ta Urn lliii't
inlileol any liouso In the city. Hpiclul ralua
lor inoiiih or week, lo ri-irulur iieopli'.
Coiincctclwllb (be ri'slauranl Is tile.
KINIIH'L" IIAIl I.N TIIM ( 'IT Y,
HupiilUyl with I he i'Ii.iIichI Wlnra and l.l(imrs.
MUiil Prinks a Hitcliiliv. Iteslaunnit and
SiiloonOpin at All Hmirs. I lay and Mflil.
( AltlilAOKSAXI) WAliONS.
1 1 1 . .....
( DMMKltl IAI. AY K. bi lweeii KlH Il and
SIXTH SIS., CAIIIO. I.I,.
iiohsK siiokinu a aprciaity. Itepuirini.'
kind-ol v.hUli.doiiu iiiatly and ou sbi
ore. i ine ioei possuiie cosi.
Euihlli Street, near Commercial Avenue,
V. KESCH, Fiiopiiiktou.
Ilavlii" slsrted a firsl cl'i-s Ilakerv. and phh ed a
tlrt class St. I,, mi- Imker in 1 liurce. I am prepared
I'AKKI OK i:KHV DKsi IMITION.
Iroiii lhe phiinest to I lie most hbornte kind, sllll
able for neili.lne. halls, en .; nl-u all kinds of
Itread, I'ics und I'sstr . ut Hie very lowest lutes.
irilers will be proinpl'ly Ulled. A deliver) wauon
w ill run ilailv to all part- of tlie cliy fur the accom
modation ol customer-
A slime of the ptililie's iuirniiji' I- -uliclt. d. and
VLKXAXDER COl'NTV HANK,
( on.lllClciill AVCIIIIC 1111(1 Eiulltll Si left.
F. IIIIOSS. Pn-.ld. lit.
P. NKI K. Vlce l'res.:eiil.
II. W KLI.S. ( ashler.
T.J. K t Kill. Assistant ta-bl. r.
V. tr.ss. Culro; V llllnm K I a l'i-. (air.;
I'cler Neir. ( alro; William W'oll, Cairo:
C, Vt. Oslerh.U. I(. I, llllllnL'sley. St. Loula;
K. Ituder, Cairo; J. Y. I Icuison, Calcilotna.
4 OKSKIiAI. UANKINti lit StNKSS IiONK. Kt
'Y cban'.'esulU and bouebt
savints llppartmeiit. Collei
business promptly atlendvd 10
Interest paid III Ibe
'ollei Hons made
rr HE C1TV NATIONAL HANK,
CAPITAL. 8 1OO.O0O
W. I'. IIAI.LIKAY, I'resld-nt.
II. L. II M.I.IDA Y. Vice 1'r-siih nt.
a. sr a its t.tuhu w. ii auju.w.
KKMir L. HAI.UUVT. II. 11. I I SMXi.UA.
0. U. WIUJlSsoN, STKI-IIKS mill).
II. II. I AS1II.K.
Exchange. Coin and United States Roiuls i
nOL'OlIT AMI SOUl
Is posits received and a general bankini; bn-lii' sa
pNTERFRISE SAYINGS HANK.
Ch.o-ti-n'd Man n 31. HUW.
OVVlCh IX CITY NATIONAL RANK,
JNTBKKHTpihl on deposit M:ir-h 1st and Hep
lembi r 1st. Inlen-st not w llhdrriwn Is uihlid Im
mediately tn this principal of tbu deposits, tben.hy
giving them compound interest.
fflfOlillilrt-ii and married tvonu-n muy (li-naiit
muncy unit uoone else ran druw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tukasiukh.
MIY G00US. ETC.
The lurtrcst wholesale und retail Dry
C oods nnd Clothing House in this City;
nrc recelvinir new (iotnls daily and hit
ofl'ei intr "rent bargains In t lie most hand
some lines of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS
and MATTIXUS ; SilkH, Cuslmieres, lWm
retti'H, and a (jreat many oilier new
styles ol' Dress Hoods, Fans, Etc.; In
fact In every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
LAC!K CHAPE VEILS,
NO MATTKII HOW OI.Il, lll'.STY Oil KADKI),
Ite-Hycd and DresHed Kqunl to cvy
ICAHTO.V cV (.,
CI WKST KOTliTU KTHKKT. CINCINNATI.
trOrder of thre yards of Crapu or npward
ri-iuriii'd eai.K or fAenhsa khkioiit.
W110I.ESALK WIXKS AM) MyLOttl '
Whnleaole and Itatall Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquoin
"Wines oi all Kinds.
NO. (10 OHIO LEVEE.
MF.SSKS. SMYTH A CO. have coustamly a l.rua
atock of the beat Kooda In the market and itltp
especlul atteiitloti Iu the wboleaalr tiruocU f Ihv
I f you are aufleri uz frou
poor health, or lauiulsU
iu on a bed of alckuvsc
kako cheer, for
If you are simply alllnst
dispirited, without clear
Hop I lit torn will
If you are a minister
e with your pastorial
out with 1 sr.- ana work,
Hop Hittci-H will
If vou un- a nun of bus
trufn of your everyday
will t 'ui-uyou.
J you feel weak and
i) knowing why,
snd haveovertajcd your-
nines, or a inotlii-r worn
mesa, weukemd by tin
littles: or a man of lot-
tera. tolling over vnurj
Hop Ilitli-i-s will
"Sl i-t'iiict lii'ii you.
-ufferieK (rum any India-
If yon are younj;. anil
rrellon.or are i;roH in Os
Hop lliltoi-M will
If you are in llir work
desk, any where, and (re
clean-In, tnnlii'.'or slim
.last, a U otteu the case.
Hi'tic'vo yi 111.
-hop, nu the bum, at Ibe
:lnii your system riei-ea
jlatlUL'. wllboul lutoxl
Wlmt ,von NiinI
nilsi' is fi- lile, yoar
;,i ve you now litii
N1 I'AIN IIKLIKF
Hop KitU-esi U
If yon arc old. and yieir
nerve unsteady .and jod
I lop Hit tit-, will
Try HOPCOll.II Cl ltl
For Sale bv al.
It luivlnu beiii w hhly uderlin-d umhr tLs
"Aliicl ica Alieutl ill nhi1 Cotton."
I'.at the jury on Csitlon ti'iliU , J irr, - and tbn aiia,
at the I'arls t'iiol:luu, decreed a Hold Medal and
Orand Prize to the Willlroutlc Linen Company for
"Spool Cotton especially adapted fur nse on K-wlitt
machines," over all the great thread manufactures
of the worldl'we owe II a" a duty to the public atd
to Messrs. J. A 1'. Coats to announce that.
No (fraud Prizes were decreed at Pari
for Ssiul Cotton.
We an-advi-ed hjr Cablr of lur following awards:
Williinatic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
andwcclaim for Ibe wliincra of the First l'ri.
lh.1t, as they have is-.ahll-bed Iu Kbode Islaud the
largest Spool Cotton Mills In the l ulled Mtatcs.
where their spool Cotton la mauufactun-d throunb
even process from Ibe raw cotton to th UnWiid
1 .,.....! ImKtlr. r..rip..a..iiteil hr J Jt I COAl'.S
Is still ubtad In Spool Cotton
Aucliiiicloss , rot hois,
Sole Agent in Jii-w York for
J. a pt oats
4-!-1 HMrtYriM m: Cfn'-n nUI F.itwililon r-
ft ' r),r,-il vi'M anH tredtnn
i-fir mvlfi. As our blue slrlv Ira4t--mark U ekiano
kii'sil on lufsrter Bsssli. s that J.rajua'1 b m
ki'iail on lufsrter rssli. s that J.rajus
mi 1 ti-r liltit. SijM by all ilsal-Ss l rsf aaniMt
al l b; s.
f.Nn 1.1 C A ..-lull A . Iffra. Vmenimrm.
ii:h re you start
Insure Against Accidents.
Oct an Accident Ticket or Yearly Voile) In the
flM i A VJi LI IIS
At Local Agency or liailway Stations.
!rnleTii an'loOien enireel In the forma
tl'. i uf ImiiJi or orclicaua ahoula aeuj ur
1 ;r'iewilecrlpilVL-uii- marr"
Llffftie. lie-.. yTT 1 n,A.
i'.aiicl and orchca
I ilnliti. i.li...-.,, I .nffnv.
Iiiki of tho lite-.', and most approved atyle of In
a:tuuieiit a now in u.10. .MmleU fue. AilUruu
LYON is iUliVJLY. Sunn and aionrocSUW.Chkaaio.
jnA DAY to Agent cnnvasanig for the Ktsssnia
V l. VICK
Terms und outfit freu.
KEKY. Augnstu. Maine.
i) KANCY CAI'DS. with name. 10c., plain or gold.
-'Agents outlit, Klc. 130 atylcs. Hull A Co.
Hudson. N. Y. ;
i) Chromn cards, rupids mottoes, flowers, Ac. N
-''two 11 like, with inituv, lec. Nassau Card Co. ,
Nassau, . Y. ,
AGC) LD MEDAL
has been awarded ut the I'arLs Exhibi '
t ion of 187U to t
0. 1ST. T.
Rest Six-Cord Snool Cotton. It is cole
bnited tor helmr Ktroii-1. elastic, and on
uniform Ktreiifrth. It has been awardwf
medalsat the irreatexiHisitioiin, from the ,
flint at FarlM. iu 1855. to the Centennial I
at Fhiladelphlii in 1H7C. In this counf,
try Clark' 0. N. T. Sjiool Cottou l-
widely known in all sections for its Su :
perior Excellence In Machine und ham ;
sewinif. Their mills at Newark. N. J.
und Faisley, Scotland, are the htrsre-si
and most complete in the world. 'Jlu
entire process of liuinufactnrlnir is cous
ducted under the most complete urn,
careful supervision, and they claiiti foi
their American prmluetion ut least nil
eiliiul merit to that produced in Fulsle
Mills. As , I
NO liltAND rUIZES Yverc awarded u;
l'uris for Sl'OOI, Cotton, ji
they nrejrliul to unnotineeto the Ameri,;
can public that they liuve been awardcii
a (.old Medal. Iielnir the hllicst awart '
given for Six-l ord Spool cotton.
Cteoic A. Clark & Ilrotlier
iOO Uroitdway, New York.