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.T,iirKt C'li-cMiUition r,i iny JJHtly In
iiiilyMorniujr Daily in Southern Illinois
M.31. Ilarri'll, Kilitor.
It is announced y the Appeal that there
will be no celebration of Manli-Unis in
Memphis this vint r.
The New York pun ssys: In his ines
Mgu Mr. Hayes fils utterly to recognize
the great and jevsing questions of the
times; fails to majce any new suggestions
worthy of a man of affairs; tnd again
hows himself to be as incompetent as la
s'! a Fraudulent Piesider.'..
Tut Republican managers have dcttr
n.incd to raise a fund to cntble Uic Repub
lican candidate! ia all the congressional
ii.tru Is of the sotith where the negroes are
in a majority, to contest tbs seats awarded
to their Democratic competitors. And if
the Republicans wsre ia the ascendency, it
would be a successful cont.-st, invariably.
Ret that "if and a governing sense of juf
lire and rigLt ire in the way; and the con
joecce is that Republican contestants
wiil be awarded, ni t all the seats they ap
p'y for, bet as mary they art entitlvd to.
An kb paying tae btunt on bon3 that
Vtwae due Jts. 1, 1S7S, tUe treasury will
i-cntsin tllSA'O.OOO of gold, with wlith
to redeem 349,00PX0 of gretal-acks. It
apparent, tLrf.'re, thst the sttckof gold
wtmldbt txVjAiiVei by the redemption tf
leivlig J;-,0r.i.oW iacircuiation, withouC
dollar in tbe tretsory to back them. It
tcsy occur, however, tljt Lhs holders of our
greenbacks are like the suspicious depos
itor, who as in painful suspense alwut the
afjty of his money until the bank show ed
a r.-adiness and ability to hand it over; and
then he didn't xant it. Parties who hold a
large portion of greenbacks, resting under
the conviction tl.at gold will be paid Air
ihem on demand, will not apply fur it.
JUDGE MULXEY'S CANDIDACY.
Early in August last, the name of Judge
Mulkcy was pub'idy used in connection
with a candidacy for a seat on the Supreme
bench, and, although many of the news
papers of the grand division have given a
hearty endorsement to the suggestion of
his candidacy, nr. word or hint of opposi
tion has come fro;n any source. For many
years thn Judge has given hia whole time
and attention to kis profession, giving little
thought and even less of his time to jwlitics,
and, as a cons 'ipifnce., ho has given nobody
cause for the enmity too often engende red
by partisan work. He is, therefore, polit
ically obnoxious tj no one. As much can
ho said of but few lawyers of tho grand
division, whose eminence at tho bar might
suggest their fitness for a Supreme judge
ship. This fact, tmi his wall known abil
ity us a lawyer, his long and conspicuously
successful service on the bench as common
.pleas and circuit judge, have very naturally
and deservedly forced him upon the atten
tion of the people. Ui Ls the nun whom
the position sought, and, considering its
exalted character, r.nd giving due weight
to the freely expressed preferences of his
friends and acquaintances, he had but Ut
ile discretion in tho matter. He could not
say that the office di 1 not excite his ambi
tion; nor could he M,y that ho was not
physically or mentally competent to under
take a diteharsp of its duti-s. Hence he
vus placed in a position where he was forced
-to defer to the numifcst hud warmly ex
pressed winhesof his friends, or interpose a re
fusal which he would not b ahle to back up
with plausible rcosons, wid which, therefore,
would take on the seeming of HtubWnness!
and a disregard for the friendship of those,
who have claims upon his consideration
1U- thus enters the field under cireum
tanci that uro l.iyhly complimentary to
himseir and inch ub mrst effectively fhield
him from any mul all liability to be sub
jotted to tho char;;- of precipitancy, umiuu
h.tste. ovcr-eafjernc, or uny tVu re-ard fur
the aspirations of others. AH tW facts that
preceded the announcement or hi candi
dacy were highly honorable to him, and
gave him a "send-on" " in the cauipaigu that
in morally certain to place him, in the end,
in the scat that was once the immortal
A COMMENDABLE LOC.A1.
' " MKST.
Our tHKiple will warmlv commend the
cent action of our Taxpayers' association,
that looks to ihc raising of a commtttw
ten, from among its member, to Uwk aft
the sanitary condition of our city, and
port measure that will so improve it as
render us less liable to such a visiUtiun
that which scourged us during the montb
of tho fall. Wehiivc.twwastirgrdbyamein-
berof the association and previously urged by
Thk Uru.KTiN, evidence which it would be
blindness to ignore, that the city of Cairo
can protect itself from a re-visitation of the
deadly Sickness of last August, Septeml
v OctolHT. QVlumbus, with her 2,000
a ted ill sanitary point of view, and but n
lew miles distant from th" worst devastated
town on the river, escupcd entirely, not los
ing a single citizen.' Mound City, whose
topography is our own, closed her 8,000
people within her gates; shut out the epi
demic, and did not lose, of her own, a
single man, woman or child, white or col
ored. If then, communities whose limits
are directly upon our borders, can render
themselves secure, it partakes of despera
tion to say that Cairo, not less favorably
situated, cannot escape also. The members
of the Taxpayers' association ihink it can,
and to demonstrate that fact 'to the world,
should the. opportnni'y be presented, is the
object of the preliminary step tht was
taken Friday evening.
BOTH COWAUDLY AND HUMILIAT
ING. Ia u late numbi-r of The Bi ixltin we
referred to the exusjration existing among
the more intelligent portion of our Ger
man fellow-citizens, over the ill-treatment
to which German-American citizens are sub
j.rtcjl urder ths laws of the German em
pire, and the orders of its renowned chan
cellor. Since writing that article, (but not
necessarily i:t consequence of its publica
tion), Secrcti'.ry Evarts has addresy.-d a let
t( r to cue Rudolph Lexow, of New York,
in which he "shows his own hand," and the
pusilaniuiity of the American government.
Spc-akini; of the B.mcroft treaty, which is
enstru. d to give authority for the abuses
nut outrages of which the German-Americans
complain, Mr. Evarts says: "This
treaty allows the German government to
cfAder sojourn of Wo years on German
soil as a renunciation of citizenship of the
United States." Continuing. Mr. Evsrts
says thai: "after the expiration of the two
years, the United States government would
not regard a protecting intervention on its
part, as a nutter of course; but would
make it dependent upon special considera
tions, whether the party involved should be
entitled to protection."
By the employment of no other words
could the utter cowardice of the United
States, as well in the conclusion of such a
treaty, as in the maintenance of the nation
al dignity, be so humiliating!)' set forth.
And for this display of cowardly littleness,
for this complete surrender of the rights of
not less thun five millions of our people,
(should they, or any of them, tarry awhile
in the hind of their nativity,) we have to
thank Ulysses S. Grant, whom many of
those same citizens would, fur the third
time, elevate to the presidency of the Uui
t"d States. It i.. in its length and breadth,
nothing lees than an avowal that the Ger
man government may destroy citizenship
created under our constitution, whenever
the naturalized citizen chooses to remain
or is detained in the fatherland beyond the
two yoars ! The German citizen may pay
ail the taxes and assessments imposed upon
him by our laws, may shed his blood in
their defence, or in defence of our govern
ment; yet wo say to him, after two years in
the land of your birth all the service you
have rendered us, your !oa.sted citizenship
of the uioht glorious Republic the sun ever
shone upon, will avail you nothing. Your
citizenship may be struck down, you may
be outraged in your person and your prop
erty; you may wake tho echoes of heaven
by your appeals for help; point to your
scars obtained in our national service; but
you will receive no protection as a matter
of rijjht, from the only source upon which
you have any claims; or from the only pow
er upon which you have a right to call I
You have no rights that we are bound to
protect, so don't ask it of us I
It has been left to a Democratic congress
to right this great wrong; and now let
there be no delay in doing it. The infamous
Grunt-Bancroft treaty must be terminated;
and German-American citizens must be res
tored to all the right of which they were
iK rel't by it. This ls a duty that is not
only owed to more than five millions of our
people, but is a duty that is owed to our
dignity as a nation. Tliu treaty Is a blotch
upon our national escutcheon, placed tlwru
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY M011MNG, DECEMBER 8, 1876.
too, by the Agents of the very party that
claim par excellence as patriots and de
fenders of our government and Us reputa
tion. I.1VKU is Kino. The liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it
controls the life, health and happiness ot
man. When It Is disturbed In its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the natuial
result. The digestion of food, the move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous system aro all imme
diately connected w ith the workings of the
liver. D has Wen successfully proved that
Green's August Flow er is unequaled in cur
ing all persons afllicted with dysiiepsia or
liver complaint, and all the numerous symp
toms that result from an unhealthy condition
of the liver and stomach. Sample bottle to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in ull towns
on the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
TiikBickktk. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
tho .Eseuliis HipftoeuMiinum, or Horse
jCi,Mtuiii oomnii'iily known ux the Buck
C-yt, !UM loun litltlily lrerfel,.,l A mil?
years, owing tu the fact, that it jtcsM-sses
virtues, lying in the bitter principle called
Esculin, which can be utilized for the cure of
Piles. If affected w ith that terrible dis
ease, use Buckeye Pile Ointment and be re
lieved. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairn, III,
Sorrii Amerkw .vsi SurrnKits United
Statks. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion and all dis-
casos arising from disordered Stomach and
Bowels. They should ot cours?, at all
times keep the liver active, and to our rend
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money and much suffering. Price
!0 cents. Barclay Brothers, ngents, Cairo,
MisEium.ENEss. The most wonderful
and marvelous success, in cases where per
sons are sick or piping away from a condi
tion of nmcrableness, that no one knows
what ails them, (profitable patients for doc
tors), is obtained by the use of Hop Bit
ters. They bcmii to cure from the first
lose and keep it up until perfect health and
strength is restored. "Whoever is afflicted
in this way need not suffer, when they can
get Hop Bitters. See "Truths." and "Pro
verbs" in another column.
By Mrs. Hurry Walker, Coinmcivial ave
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY BOARD $3.50 PER WEEK'.
In connection with the Hotel is a first-
class bar and billiard room on opposite, side
of the street; also wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received daily
and sold at the lowest market rates. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and bco stock and
pi ices before purchasing elsewhere.
Ik hereby civm to NVIIiV (inffnor. Timottiv Oaffnev.
tt'llliiiin (mirneyand Mury linfiiify. Dint liiaMUair
dot h died a pcilooii analp.t thitm for partition of
the pri'ii)ie df-cribed In ald petition, which iuit
is now pi-udliii; in the Alexander circuit court, and
that aummoiiH ha lieen jxMiej in alil mlt a'iiiuM
you. returnabl on the llrxl dny of the next January
term. IMIS. of said Alexander cirrnlt court, to be bo-
fun and ImMen at the Court Iioiiko In Ihe cltv of
c-uiro. Alexander ronulv. Illlnuju. on the Brat ifon-
d:iy of J'lijuitry. 1V7I.
Cairo, I'.l., Nu'wmW IS. IS7N.
J NO. A. REEVE,
Clerk of Hald court.
Ia hmhy jrlven that default huvlns been msde for
tnore that cl.tty day lu the payment of a portion of
the amount secured tobepaiil by a niortu'.ii: exe
cuted by Max Kuehue and .Michael Juiiineler. to
namuai Maui i uvior and jviwin carrotm, i rulee
of the Cairo City I'roi ertv, dated Aiirmt tltb, A. I).
1H73. and recorded In the Itecorder' f e'ike. In and for
Alexander countv. In the stule of lllinol. In Honk
0 of Deed, on pace M, The nnderl:'Hed, the auc-
ceKr orntlu uiisiee, win on Niumtsv. the 4ih dny
of January, A. It.. 1S7, at 10 o'clock' In tho fore
noon of that dny, nnder and by viriuu of the power
of rale cnulaim'd lu vtiltl mortae. ael! at public
auction, to the hibenl bidder, for tush, at IiIh olllce.
corner of Washlnetnii Avenue and Eighteenth
treet, In aaid t'lty of Cairo, In Alexander connty
and State of lllluuU, all the rleht, til e and iuterttl
of paid Max Knel.no and Michael .lunenicler. or
their aal!iiH, iu and to lot numbered 9. (nlne)ln
block numbered TJ. iovenly three), lu paid City of
Cairo, according to Ihe recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtetinui ea, to sallafy the purpoaua and con
dition of raid Morlitau'e.
Hated, Cairo, 111., .November Wih. U79.
H. HTAATH TAYLOK,
Trustee of tho t'alr t City i'roporty.
Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
V. RESCH, Pnoi'itiKToit.
IlUVlhtf MlflPteit flfat.'luua Ititlrarv Mtwl ,,IA..,I A
flnil-cluap Ht. l.ouU baker lu charge,' I am prepared
CAKES Of K VICKY MCHI'KIITION,
from the plainest to the most elaliorate kind. Duti
able for wetldliiK". bulla, ulc; also nil kinda of
llrend, 1'li'a mid I'astrv. Hi thu very lowest rutva.
Ordera will be promptly tilled. A delivery wanun
will run dnlly to ull paitn uf thu city for thu accom
modation ol rtlHtonienr.
A ahare of the public', patronage la aollclted, und
50TTO & FOOASSI'S
Ol.ll l)Kl.MONK't)lllll.itNt.i, OHIO LKVKli,
Condtirted on the European plan. Keta Ihe llndAt
table ol any hiiiisu In the thy. Hpiclal rate,
for imiulh or week, to regular people.
Conueciuiwllh Ihe reatnuraut ( the
i-'iM'WT iiAjt in Tiii-i :i rv,
Supplied with Ihe ('holed Wlnea and l.hittnra,
Mixed llrlnU a Hpvcltiliy. Kc.mumiil and
huloouOpen ut All llouip. l)uy ulid MUt.
Of Ten Years Dirution. The Discharges
Thick, IiloiH'y, anil of Foul Odor.
Senses of Sii'll ami TiinIo Wholly
lione, Entirely Cured by
SAXFUMVS RADICAL l.'UI.K
Mesr. Wi:kk t I'cttbii: (leutlcmcn-1 feel
compelled to uckniwlt'h to you the great beneilt
HaNKOKU'a ItAmea. Cl US haa twen to ine Kor
many yrara 1 uuv been afflicted with Ihla loath
aomu diaeaau, and tpcclnllv In the winter time haa
It been moat sevop. The dlsehaii;e haa been thick
and bloody, einlttnii a foul odor so bad lh.it my
pruseuee In a roonwlih oilier, was very offensive in
them. Oue wcckaltcrroniuiencliiK the use of Has
ronu'a Uauk i. iirni: I was not troubled with t: at
all. Mv aeuaua uf tii'le and aniell, which were
wholly 'gone, hate now fully ret imed, and my g n
eral health ia inn I Improved. Ynr.
J MKl.lml'llNK II El I II I).
Khorl band Writer,
(IllAMI ItAl-UH. llU U.. Nov 3. ISTli.
(iKM'i.i uKi : The package of Sanmiiii's Cena
nrilved heiuto ul'lit all rlglil. I don'i know what
I .honld havi dune if It had not been It this n'ine
dy. I hav tiled Nnal Douche and everything
else, aud, a though 1 have been able to stop the ot
feualvc disihare, 1 have not own able to recover
my seusesof taste and smell until I tried Saskiiui'.
('i ns. You cn refer Hny one you i lioose lo me.
and I will chcerlullv Inform tlicin In dctnil as lo ihe
beneilt the iaiejy haa been to me. Your.
JJEL11UI IINE II. KOIID.
' " If n-i, .u , j. is;o.
SAM'OUIVS RADICAL CURK
not ony promptly arrests the corroding discharges
in Catirrh, but, I'V sympathetic action. It rvstor.-a
to aouid health afl the organs of the head I hut have
becone affected by li. and eihlbll anv of the follow
Defeclve Kycslgli, Inflamed anil Matter)' Fyca,
l'uliful sail Watery Kv.c, 1osa of llearinar,
Kariclie,enralf;;i of tlirKsr. IHsclmrge noni
jtr. lilagln Nol-e In (lie Head, Muriness,
.prvons llcndiielie. I'ulnala I lie Temples, Lofs
of lie S'tisea ol' Taste and Smell, Elongation ut
tlii'l villa, lallainiiintloii of the Tonsils. Ptilriil
Sen- riirout, Thkllng or lliieklnjCoiigli, ltruit
eh.'ls. and lileeiliag of the Lungs,
Eath pwkaje of Sanford'a Itndlcul Cure ron'tltm
Dr. Itamurd Improved Inhaling Tube, and full
dlrrcllous lur Its use In all cases. I'rlre Une Dollar.
Kir sale by all wholesale and retail drnggita aud
di-iler ihroiigliout the I' lilted htulea and Canada.
WaKKS Jt l'lri Elt, General Ageutu IJ Whole,
sale Drngiita, Huston. Mass.
VN Electro-tialvank- battery, combined wltii a
highly Medicated riusier, forming the grandest
curutse BKunt iu the world of medicine, and utierly
surprising all other plasters heretofore lu use.
Tbcyicroniplish more In one week than the old
plnlr In a whole year. They do not pullitic; they
AlTci.tloii. of the
Atlii lions of the
Alfeclliius ol the
Amvtioiis ut the
Afiecllons of the
AtTectlons of the
AS'.-cllons of Ihe
Affeclloiis of the
ArT-ctliiiis or the
Affeclloiis uf Ihe
Atfectlons or the
Affections of thu
Miiinatler what muv be the extent of your snffer
lug. fry one of these (Musters, ltcllef is Instantane
ous. ft fact supported by hundreds of testimonials iu
our fossessluu. lieur ln mind that the most tin
pomut discoveries in ( hannacy date buck less than
ten year, and that combination of unis und cs
sen ts of plants and shrubs arc herein uullert w ith
Electricity to form a curative Plaster, in nKitliiiie,
healng. and slreniheiiiug properties, as far supe
rlortoall oilier l'Ustera lieretofure In use as the
sciemlfli physicluu is to thu horse leech.
.l-H ''- VMits.
lie earoful tit call fs iwtlias Vltte I'tasts-r lst
vim gel some worthless imitation. Sold by all
Wholesale and Iteiuil Drugist throngtionl the
LnltedStalei andCausdas. and b) WEKKSAl'Of
TEK. Froorielors, bolon Mass
Ohio Lovwi and
PAINTS, OILS. WAi.li PAVEIt, KTC.
Window 0 lass, Window Sliiiuex, Ete.
Always on hand thu rclvbratcd n i t sisatihii
A u r o v a Oil.
IrW Iitillillng, Ooiu-1 l'vt III
Uierclal Ays.. I Villi O, 111.
A. BLACK.- BOOTH AND HHOKS.
Workingmen, Farmers, Mercliants, Meclianics
Ami all who would Ilka to dress your feut will and comfortable Air a (mall amount of money, we wl.li i
call your attention to our large stock aud Due assortment of our !
FALL AND WINTEH HOOTS AND SHOES
Boots itmlKhoea form a large Item In every nian'i
j u,-iu j.m can puren.su iu wo ninniunue. nuva cHuenvorcu to eteva'e the atandard of realr
inado lloola aud Mhoua worn here, by ohtulnlng none except of funnies .hnpu and peifect flul.h
aa our cuatom gooda testify, and at prices runglug from ai to !l per cent lower than could be '
obtained elsewhere, lluviug thu only inclusive shoe house, with full assortment, lu tn
city, and baring our get, its only from utanufneturers, wu have the ability and are
DE'J KKMISER TO I ADKIiSELL AY
We invite a comparison of our goods, and
d j: v c o m p u rr r t i o n
hc rf ulwrtjn plt'itfi-il lu who our kmU, nd nHiiivnt yoo lo Uks ft Ultlc Winn to cH lud n oui
Meu'H Wlutcr BimiU, Good Article, at
Men'n RroguiH, Double Soled, Full Utock
Men's Culf Tien, Nice Shoe
Men's Calf Dom Pedro
Boy'8 Wear from 2.i to SO eontM Per Pair 1-csn...
Yonth'H Kip lkmts
Child-.' Kip Hoots
Ladies' Morocco Sewed Shoes
Ladies' Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Side Luce
dics' '.Morocco or Kid, Hewed, Button
MUw.r Shoes rrom iffi to jo Cents ,vy
hildren's Monweo or Kid Shorn, threw tosevcu
Children's Morocco or Kid Shoes, seven to ten
w e are otrerlug special Inducements on our ( nstom
nave a siciiomi one in r reni n riu aim u Mil nntlon and hide lre Slums, with
Cloth Topa and Frvucb Concave llcels, at Lo "rlcee. J ust out, aud tj ll.h.
u. BLACK, 3 40 COMMKRCTAI, AVE.
LA OK CRAPK VKIL8, j
AND TRIMMINGS, !
NO JIA'ITLII IIOW OI.I). KI'STY Oil FADED
lie-Dyed ami lircssed Eijiml to cw
KASTON Ac CO..
Ill WKMT EOTltTII STKKET. CINCINNATI.
( "On'.i r of three nnls nf Crape or upaard !
reUOIU'll flll.t UK I i i:is IllMi.MT. i
ALEXANDER ( Ol.NTY BANK,
vu.,....r.i..i. AKUiic aim j-.minu ;
f. 11KOSS. fresldent.
I'. NEFK, Vice-President.
II. WELLS, cashier.
T. J. KEKTil. AssisUint Cashier
P. Jtros. Cairo:
I'cli'r Neir, Cairo;
', M . Osterloh,
E. Under, Cairo:
( has. O.l'atier.
William Kluge, (Iro;
W illiam Wolf, Cairo;
1!. L illllingsley, Si. Ixmls;
J.Y.I lemsou, Caledonia.
4 OENKHAI. HASKINOEI'SINESSDONK. Kx-
i change sold and bought. Interest paid in the
Saving li parlment. l ollectiona made and ull
iiusiucss promptly atu-nueu to.
rpilE CITY NATIONAL HANK,
W. P. 1IALMDAY, I'rwWent.
II. L. II ALLIDAY, Vice President.
WALT EH II YM.Ol', Cashier.
S. STAATS TAT I Oil, W. t. IJALUUAT,
iikmiit L. iiALLiniT. n. it. (i;nkini.iia,
11. II. WllXUMaOh, STkl'lltS IIISIJ,
II. II. I VSIJKK.
Exchange, Coin and L'uited States Roiids
noroiiT and aoui.
Deposits received aud a general banking business
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,
rhartorril March 31, 18C.
OFKICL IN CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTEREST paid on deposits March 1st and Hep
teinber 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added Im
mediately tit the principal of the depvelte, thereby
giving them compound interest.
rryChl!drfn and married wotP'Jima) deposit
muney anil on one else run draw It.
WALTER HYSLOr, THKAmntKii.
HUT ooons. KTC.
The liirnebt wholesale and retail Dry
(ioodH and Clotliiui; House in this City;
are i ccclvinir new (IoodH dailv and ure
oll'ei'ino; trreat hartraiiim in tliemost hand
Home Hiie of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTING'S; Silks, CasIimercH, Bou
rettes, and a ureat many other new
r-lyleH of Dress (ioods. Funs, Etc.: in
fact in every department of their busi
liens, they cordially invite the pallie
to call aud sec their stock.
expense, and 11 should bfl matter of ronaldoratlo
ROUSE IX SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
fii ?r. in .if
Made Hand Work for Ladlea and Gctiltemen, aud
. Drays, Ltc.,
COMMKKCIAL AVE. between HITil and
HIXTH STrt., CAtUO, II. I..
HOUSE SHOEING a spee,ltv. llep.ilrliig of all
. kinds of vehicles done neatly ai d on short uo
I tire, at the lowest osilile lu-t.
,,llV,, ttl;vi.r,l5,a uuJm. U.
: caption oi
America Ahead in Spool Cotton."
that Ihe jury on Cotton textiles, yarns and threads,
at the I'aria Exposition, decreed a Cold Medal and
Crand I'rie to the Wtlllmutte Linen Company for
"Spool Cotton especially adapted for use on acwliig
machine.," oii-r all the great thread aianafacturre
of the wurld. we owe It n a duty to the public and
to Uessis. J. A V. Coat, to announce that.
No dm ml Prize were decreed at Pari
for Spool Cotton.
We are advld by Cable of the following awards:
J.& I COATS, (iOLD MKRAi
Wlllimatif Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and we claim fc-r Ihe wlnnirs of the First Pri'.i
thst, a. they Uc eslsbll-hed iu l.'Uode Island t':n
largest Spool Cotton Mills lu the 1'ulted State,
where their Hpool Cotton is manufactured through
every process from the raw cotton to the finished
spool, America, as represented by J. Jt V. COATH.
! still ahead iu Spool CuttoO
bole Agents lu New York for
J. A I' COATH
.-.) I HOW at r.i?n-.W r.ttswltloa he
fi ris. f-afe'lK aest trrOtf n-.d M$
a. i" i( ,ttu Mif oid Jfai'ii,g. Tiia b- uba
i"r ri.a'a. A. our bis sir i-ailf-fnark b cIams
t:,e'fcyt on lal(Tti.r IT:!, f.-f Ihst Jrkmi't is S
ei every Ma. to.i I y n At' . S-l tm .Tajt
Ore. u C A s.icsaoa Cj.. Kfrt. e.Unbori,
J JEr'tiRE YOU START
Insure Against Accident.
Uet on Accident Ticket or Y'early Policy lo tbs
At Local Agency or Bail way Stations.
l iuU ot buiiUS or (jrcuuovvfaM auuuiu miuu ii
. iiftaal.-rllillUll a!JL
l .jr ll.ir..l and orchca-V? jll-rtv
trl reiiuH'tea.auiKon. V-.'. '2ymH9
Ulning eiegaiit nmniv-
I ig of thu lauv. and most approrcd atyle of u
atiuiuuiiunowiuuse. Waileii liee, AdUreaa
LVOIf CIIJEAtiyi!vtaieand IionroeSU,Chicg
A r A DAY to Ager.ta ennvasstng for the Fiakaa
N VistTOK. Terms and outfit free, Addruea, 1
V o. V'K'KEKY, Aagut, Maine.
nr.FANCY CAI'DH, with nnme, 10c., pluln or gold.
-'Agent outfit, 10c. 100 atylea. Hull d Co.,
Hudson, N . Y.
Chromo curds, cuplds mottoes, flowers, A. Ku
sstttwo alike, with nuinc, luc. Nassau Curd Uo.,
Nassau, N. Y.
k 1AT fi HfTI A T
haa been awarded at the Paris Kxhill
tionof 1U78 to
O. N . T.
Rest Six-Cord Spool Cotton, It Is cele
brated for beliif,' stronir, elastic, arid of
uniform slrcnsrth. 1 1 hius been awarded
medalsat the frreat cxiM)sitions,lrom the
first ut Purls, in 1855, to the Centennial
at Philadelphia in lil"G. Iu this coun
try Clark's 0. K. T. Spol Cotton Ik
widely known in till sections for its Su
perior Excellence in Machine and hand
sewintr. Their mills at Newark. N. J.,
and Paisley, Scotland, are the largest
and most complete in the world. Tho
entire process of manufacturim? is con
ducted inidcr the most complete und
careful supervision, and tliey claim for
their American production at least an
equal merit to tliat produced in Paisley
NO GRAND PRIZES were awarded at
Paris for SPOOL Cotton,
they arc triad to announce to tho Ameri
can public that they have been awarded
a Cold Medal, beintT the Itiirhest award
given for Six-Cord Spool Cotton.
George A. Clark & Brother.
400 Broadway, New York.