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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1878.
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UKFICAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COl'STY.
" M.U. llarrell, Kdltor.
The eastern division of Iho Paduenh and
KlizulK tliUiwn railroad is being reluid with
ucw Hti'i'l rails.
Bi.ai.nk's rciolution tt investigate the
nouthern elections will be nmended by the
Democrats to include those of tho North.
The fun will reach nil iibng the line.
m:itMANinsists that trade dollars are
worth no morn than ordinary silver bullion,
and declares that iu fiui purchase of bul
lion uo preference will be shown them.
Ex-CoNKKUKKATK (loll. Hood, wllO IS
minus one leg, has just returned from Texas
with his children, three pairs of twins, to
New Orleans, where he proposes to settle
Tiik California constitutional convention
has adopted a provision making the direct
or of banks jointly and severally liable to
the depositors and stxikholders for
nil losses sustained through fraud, cmUv.
y.kiucnt or inisiminugciucnt during their
term of office. A very good provision, bu t
will serve to check rascality in California
banks, just about as much as a sand screen
would the current of the Mississippi.
Wk heartily concur with tho New York
Sun. Fernando Wood did make two gross
blunders when he opened the ball, without
consultation, by an assault on a purt of the
message. First, he gave the Republicans
the advantage of position in reply; and
secondly, ho utterly destroyed the effect of
nil be said by declaring ho had the "high
est regard for the President, believing linn
.) bu honest and patriotic." Mr. Wood's
regard for anybody is of no very great con
sequence, but ha grossly stultified his own
record and outraged truth in sayhig ll.iycs
is "honest and and patriotic."
Bomk enervating influence is at work
".iinong the Canadians'. Following the news
of tho regal reception given to her new
Captain-General, comes tho intelligence
that the government is impecunious, nml is
forced to go upon the markets of the world
to borrow $15,000,000. This loan secured,
the relief will he but temporary, for the
Dominion is deeply in debt No great sys
tem of internal improvements or public
works has brought about this condition;
nothing of the kind. Extravagance and
corruption, on the one hand, and a lack
of statesmanship to provide means for
an adequate income on tho other, have
placed Canada under a load of debt which
she cannot even carry without borrowing.
For a young nation she is in a bud predica
ment, but has the sympathy of nobody.
Growing "too big .for her breeches;" put
ting on the airs of royalty, indulging in all
manner of extravagancies imd forgetting
to pay In r debts nif fast as she contracted
them, tho end she hui reached was inevita
ble. Hho spread her own bed. Now let
her lie in it.
Tiik American navy, an arm of the pub
lic service that possesses an undeniable his
toric ititero.it, has, of lute years, dropped ul
most entirely nut of night. Tho ancient
land-lubber who ;s Nt tin; head of the navy
department, scuds in a report which nobody
reads outside of the. service iUelf, and in
nUiad ol being an object of pride, our navy
is tho butt for ridicule. Though wu spend
fourteen or lll'teen millions a year on the
imlioual lleet, there is nut a ship in it which
bears comparison with the most modem
teMusli of t!m English, the Indum, or even '
!ie Turkish navies, and for pttrpimea of of
j' tico und defence it is utterly worthless.
t!ont( itip'uting this condition of ufiYirs, the
New York Hun t-ay, that instead of clvine;
Dick TlioinpH.m between fourteen und
fifteen mll.i ins to upend next year on bis
usel'jas fl.'i't, a wise congress w iuld devls i
plana for iwiikring out niue tciits of our
jutvitl officer, mul fur the wile of Utc niiwt'l
Imicoub collection of old tubs which that
Ancient Mariner coinuinmlx.
Way olf In South Africa there is u negro
king. The vast quantity of clothiug he
doesn't w ear, would render him. if he were
in Cairo, quite a notable being. Ho wears
a necklace ingeniously constructed of
shells and bird's claws, hos an ivory billiard
bull from each ear, ivory bracelets from his
wrists to his elbows, and eight ivory anklets
around each ankle. Jksidcs all these orna
ments he wears a ring to which is suspend
ed a small bell, in his nose,
and upon the whole, is considered quite
it society man. He is tho king of
the portion of South Africa, known as Zulu.
His people have never won a conspicuous
place in tho world's history: but there is
light in them as big nt Mt. Vesuvius, and
they have turned it nil loose against Eng
land. The red coats were never so sur
prised in their lives as they were when they
attacked a troop of the Zulus and found
them brave and well disciplined. They
fought like tigers, end gave her majesty's
troops all the work they could attend to.
They don't know when they are whipped;
and lire fighting on with the desperation of
devils. This they will continue to do ns
long as they can muster an army, intimated
by the foreseen certainty that if they fail,
their country will be held us n subject pro
vince of the dominions of Victoria. The
tussel with the Zulus hits much more tho
seeming of a war, than that going on with
Peovi.e living within tho "yellow fever
belt," will be rejoiced to learn that con
gress appreciates the necessity of creating n
commission of learned men to make in
quiry into the nature, cause and character
istics of the yellow fever, and to ascertain,
if possible, what can be done to keep it out
of the country, (r. in the event of failure in
that particular, bow to successfully treat it.
It is quite impossible for an able board of
commissioners to make the examinations
proposed, without adding a greut deal to
our limited stock of knowledge concerning
that most alarming and deadly of nil epi
demics that afflict our people. But, for the
sake of humanity, it is to be hoped that the
investigations of the commission will not
be restricted to yellow fever. The diptheria
is a malignant disease that invades almost
every home of the land, and too often suc
cessfully insists upon its victim. In our
cities, towns and villages the dreadful dis
ease makes its annual appearance, and all
the methods aud appliances of science yet
at our command, are not equal to the cer
tain rescue of our loved ones upon whom it
sei.es. A late telegram brings us a sad
story from New Jersey how in a village
school, numbering it hundred and sixty
eight scholars, one hundred and fifty -seven
were attacked with diptheria turning
nearly every home in the city into a house
of mourning. Why, then, in view of the
fearful necessity, was not this deadly and
mysterious disease, embraced within the
scope of the commission's investigations?
Years may elapse before the disease yields
up its secret to individual investigation;
but, since in a multitude of counsel there is
great wisdom, the commission might obtain
the key to its mysteries, in a few weeks or
monthsat farthest, and thus place into the
hands of the parents of the nation, the cer
tain means of saving tho lives of their
THE PENDING OPPORTUNITY TO
MAKE FOOLS OF OURSELVES.
Our Canadian neighbors have had their
rcal.-live-priuci'ss-and Marquis - of - Lome
hurrah, and now it remains for the people
of the United States to go wild over the re
turn of Grant. He was to be given a
"spontaneous reception" that was to con
vince the world that ho was not only first
in the hearts of his countrymen, but the
only man living who could safely pilot the
"Ship of State" through the complications
that would form the rocks in the sea of
American polities, for the four years suc
ceeding the year 1880. Hut an intimation
of the "spontaneous reception" project,
which had its origin among Boston bond
holders and Massachusetts manufacturing
nabobs, has leaked out, and spoiled the
spontaniety of the thing, utterly. Hut our
people wiP, nevertheless, be afforded an op
portunity for making fools of themselves,
for it is now publicly announced that Grant
will, at the appointed time, arrive in Phila
delphia, where agrand reception programme,
fashioned after the modes of royalty, will
be faithfully carried out; ami with this send
off the king-like hero will make u trium
phal inarch, his eye constantly on tho pres
idency, from Philadelphia to Han Francisco.
Hut we ctinnot say that we ure sorry to
see this movement inuiiL'tiiated. It is, of
course, the initial step in the plan whereby
Grunt is to bo placed in the field for the
presidency; but it is so out of keeping
with our plain republican forms und teach
i ingi, and w out of harmony wdlht be Demo
1 t rutlc feelings of the musses, that It mist
set tint people thinking must cause the
p'a'n, honest patriots of the couutry to call
t a halt, aud consider well wlmt it till means,
and whither, ns a people, wo are drifting.
Boston, New York. Philadelphia, Chi
cago, each of these cities will strive to sur
pass the others in the inagnillcence, cost
and quasi royalty of its demonstration. Tens
of thousands of American citizens will take
part, and, in the enthusiasm of the hour,
shout themselves hoarse and to exhaustion ;
but gruiid as all these receptions may be,
they will not be infused with the glorious
traditions of the Republic, nor will they be
in harmony with the teachings of our match
less constitution. Successes as they may be
otherwise, they will lie signal and lament
able failures when measured by tho exam
ples and admonitions that have conio down
to us from our purer and better days, and
our purer and better men.
Tho Princess Louise and the Mar
quis of Lome are to be invited to
conio to Philadelphia and partic
ipate! And this is eminently proper. De
monstrations like those contemplated, havo
the sympathy of every crown head in
Europe; and no one should b'j surprised if
the vice-regal pair aro present and share the
adoration of our maddened people. They
will regard the outbursts of enthusiastic
npplause that will awaken the echoes along
Grant's route of travel, as a plain iiitiina
mation thut our necks are ready for the yoke
of personal rule, and why shouldn't they
have a fellow feeling for the man whose
ambition it is to place the yoke upon us?
Tho promised demonstrations seem to bo
present necessity. They will show us that
we are far advanced upon the road that
leads to a mouurchciul form of government.
Their magnitude and magnificence will
dazzle the shouting rubble; but will awaken
the cool-headed, liberty-loving citizen
to an appreciation of the mouarchciul devi 1
that lurks beneath a devil that will soou
seek to .throw off his glittering covering,
and strike the Republic dead. Then go
on, moneyed aristocrats, plan your royul
tuinted campaign, and carry it forward.
The grander you make it, the more sensibly
will the lovers of a republican government
feel the danger it betokens. Curry forward
your scheme, surround your man Grant witli
ull the ensigns, equipages and parapherna
lia that distinguish the triumphal march of
the Emperor; do this, and then do whatever
else you may, you will never place him
again in the executive chair of the nation.
While there is any hope for the Republic,
presidents will not be made in that manner.
THE REPUBLICAN PROGRAMME.
A war forced on Mexico a great hurrah
Grunt called on to head the American
forcesthe Democratic party assigned the
role of opponents of tho war an election,
and Grant, or a Grant Republican elected to
the presidency. From a common ser.se
stand-point this is the political outlook.
Every step that could be taken without
exciting the out-spoken denunciation of our
own people, has been taken by the Hayes'
administration to involve us in a war with
Mexico. The president had scarcely been
securely seated when he inaugurated a hos
tile policy; and but a short time elapsed
before he virtually declared wur against
that power, liy despatching a hostile force
into its territory. The order under which
that invasion was made, still stands, and al
though he knows that it stands in direct
violation of the right of every independent
nation on the globe to police its own fron
tiers, he has shown no disposition to recall
it. To do so would mar the Republican
programme, and offend tho manipulators,
whose instrument he is.
In dealing with this subject, tho New
Y'ork Sun, a very able and conscientious
sheet, employs tho following language':
"The treaties still subsisting between this
country and Mexico specifically provide
that 'no acts of reprisal, aggression, or hos
tility of any kind,' shall be resorted toby
either, while peace continues between them.
Hut Hayes, in disregard of these treaty ob
ligations, has undertaken to pronounce on
his own authority, and without any counsel
with congress on tho point that Mexico hus
failed to fulfill her international duties; and
thereupon lie has empowered and directed
the commanders of our troops to commit
acts of reprisal, aggression and hostility
against Mexico. He has, without justifica
tion, used the army of tho United States to
assault a friendly power, now too weak to
resent it, as n stronger power certainly
would do. Ho rejects any peaceful solution
of the questions at stake, ignores tho speci
fied methods of settling them provided by
treaties, and as to bis diplomacy can only
report that 'correspondency still continues,'
and that he will take the curliest opportu
nity to recognize tho ability of Mexico to
govern herself. Such an attitude deserves
the investigation and condemnation of con
gress, as a violation not only of international
courtesy, , but of tho laws of the United
War with Mexico is believed to bo essen
tial to Republican success in 1880, and un
less them is awakened a manifest general
disapprobation, war will bo inaugurated in
less than a twelvo month. The first step in
the Republican programme will then havo
Of Ten Years Duration. Tlio Discharges
Thick, Bloody, and of Foul Odor.
Seusos of Smell und Taste W holly
Gone. Entirely Cured by
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Muhhi'x. Wkrks & 1'lTTKii: (leiitlemen-I feel
compelled to acknowledge to yon the (treat bcnetll
MANroiiii'a Haiiicai. Cl int has been lo me. For
many years 1 bnvo buun uftllcted with (his loath
eouie disease, and especially iu tbe winter time bua
II been mint severe, Tbe dlsctmrur lias been thick
and bloody, iimlttlus a foul odor so had that my
proseucu lu a room with others was very ottWidvc to
tbein. One week altercoiniiienciUK tbe " "f Han
(nun's Haiiicai. C'eiiK I was not troubled with it at
all. .My aeusea of tusto and smell, which were
wholly Kone, have how fully ret irned, aud my iii
erul health Is much Improved. Yours.
AlKUtOl'KNK It. FOUn,
OitAMi Kaimiis, Mich., Nov. 3, 1H7H.
(Iknti.kmks: The pnekauc of Haxkoiiii's Ccbb
arrived here lo-nlght all rlirlit. I don't know what
i should hae done If It bad not been fur this reme
dy. 1 have tried Nasal Douches and everything
else, aud, although I havu been able lo stop the of
fensive discbarne, I have not been able to recover
my Ncuscsol'tHstu and smell until 1 tried Sankoiiii's
fins. You can refer any one you choline to me,
and I will checrtiilly Inform them In detail as to the
benelll the remedy has been to me. Yours,
JlELHOl'ltNE II. KOHI).
(illANU ItAI'IDS, Mich., Nov. 11, ISTU.
SAN FORD'S RADICAL CURE
not only promptly arrests the corroding discharges
lu Catarrh, but. liy sympathetic action, It restores
to sound health all the organs of the head that have
become affected by It, Bud exhibit any of the follow
Defective Eyesight, Inflamed nnd Mattery Eyes,
Pulnfill and Watery Eyes, Loss of Hearing,
Earache, Neuralgia of the Ear, Discharges from
Ear, Kinging Noises ill the Head, Italncss,
.Nervous Headache, 1'nliisin the Temples, Loss
of the Seuses of Taste and Smell, Elongation ut
the Uvula, Inflammation of the Tonsils, Putrid
Sore riiroat, Tickling or Hacking t'ouKh, Bron
chitis, and McediiiKof the Ltitms.
Each package ofSuuford'a Radical f'ure contains
Dr. buulorcls Improved inhaling Tube, and full
directions for Its use In all cases, l'rice One Dollar.
Kor sale bv all wholesale and retail druggists and
dealers throughout the l ulled States uiiil CiuiBdu.
W'KKKS Jfc I'llTlCK, tienerul Agvuta and V hole
sale Druggists, IIohIou, .Mii.
VN Electro-Ualvanlc natter, combined with a
highly Medicated Plaster, forming the grandest
curative agent lu the world of inediciue, und utterly
surpassing all other plasters heretofore iu use.
They accomplish nioru in one week than the old
plasters In a whole year. They do nut palliate; they
Hellcve Affections of the Chest.
Kellevu Atlectlous of the Lung".
Kellevo Afl'ectlons of the Heart.
Ilelleve Affection of the Liver.
Helieve Affections of the hpleen.
Itclicvo Affection of thu Kidneys.
Relieve Affections of the Spine.
Helieve Affections of the Nerve.
Itclievo Atlectlous of the Muscles.
Kellevu Affections of the Joints.
Ilelleve Affections of the Hones.
Helieve Affection of thu Sinews.
No mutter w hut may be the extent of your suffer
ing, try one of these I'lastcr. ltellef is Instantane
ous, a fuct supported by hundreds of testimonials iu
our possession. Hear' In mind that the most Im
portant discoveries In pharmacy date back less than
ten years, and that combinations of gums aud es
sences of plants aud shrubs are herein united with
Electricity to lortu a curative Piaster, in soothing,
healing, and strengthening properties, as fur supe
rior to all other l'lusters heretofore In use us the
aclentlUc phystclau Is to the horse leech.
Prion '2.r CY-nt.
Be careful to call for (.'ullln's Voltaic Master lot
vou get some worliues liniiaiion. roiu oj- an
Wholesale and Ketull Druggist throughout the
1' lilted Slates andCuuudas. and by W l:t.l & 1'UI-
Till, rroorletors. llosloii jviass.
HOLM AX'S LI VEB I'ADS.
Ohio Levee and
PAINTS, OILS, WALL rAI'Ktt, ETC.
Window Glass, Window Shades, Ktc.
Alwojs oa hand tho celebrated niimtSATisu
Bros' rmlldlng, Coin t fiiirn 111
uicrciiU Ah'.. f UUIOj IU.
Wu havo decided to make our great Holidiiy dlsnliy Immediately, lu order to obviate tho IncoiiTcnlenc
of shopping during the week preceding I'hrlstoiaa. So our customer will dud many atlraclious of
BOOTS and SHOES
lu every department,
Largest and Finest Ever Shown in the City
Noone, If tlu-ywill vontult tliL-lrown hitm-nt, will
ImiiKMiso Stock and
We cau at least save you twenty-live cenla on every
LARGE STOCK AND
To (elect from. Note the following Price
Men's strong working shoes ) K,
Men's strong kip I is I TViJ !l HI
Men's home-made kip boots ... !i Met .') U)
Men's calf boots 2 Until tl VI
Men's calf hand-made hoots a (ir.r. n w
Men. calf band-made sewed boots 5 UW.IU 00
Meu'a calf Horn Pedro 1 ft. H III
Men' calf Alexis 1 :-H a in
Men' ealf band madu . a g.V 8 oil
Men' baud embroidered slippers 1 'Wit, 1 i
Ladies' hand embroidered slipper 1 T.Vit il Ol
Ladle' uiorocco sewed shoea M 1 UU
BLACK'S CITY SIIOU STORK
140 COMMERCIAL AVEENUE.
JJLACK CIJAVE VEILS,
NO MATTEII HOW OLD. RCSTY OK KADED. i
Ke-Dyod and I'rcsst'd Kqual to Ne;
KASTOX & CO..
4l:i WEST EOTIIT1I STREET. UM'IXXATI.
tOrder of three yards of ( rape or upward
returned rnut or i.n.t' nifcu.uT.
I.KXANDLK CUl'NTY HANK",
Commercial Avenue, and Eighth Sired,
F. IlliOSS. President.
P. NKr'K. Vice-President.
II. WELLS. Cashier.
T. J. Kt HI 11. Assistant Cashier.
F. RroM. Cairo;
Peter Xeff, Cairo;
C, M . Osterloh,
K, Under, ( giro;
t hus. O.Petier,
William Kluje, Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo;
It. I. ItlllluHcy. M. Lou!;
J. V. ClcuiMili, Calcdouia.
i GENERAL HANKINU HtSINHSS DONE. Et-
il change sill and bought.
Interest paid III the
Collection made aud all
businex promptly attended to.
rpiIK CITY NATIONAL HANK,
W. P. 1IALI.IDAY, President.
II. 1. II A 1.1,1 DAY. Vlce-l'rc-idcnt.
WALTER II YM.OP. Cashier.
. STAATS TATI.OU. w. P. HAI.I ITMV.
IIKNItr L. IIAI.I.I11AV, It. II. I I SNINIillAII.
U. U. VUJJAKjH'N. STKIMIIN ntitn,
II. II. C'ASljKt.
Exchange, Coin and United States Ilonds
ROUCIIT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a cent ral banking biisims
"NTElU'IUSE SAVINGS HANK,
Chartered Marrh 81, ItiOS.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deposits March 1st and Sep
tember 1st. Interest not wlthdniwn is added im
mediately In the principal of thu deposits, thereby
giving them cuinpuund InUirent.
t tfThllJrpti und married women imty deposit
miincy and nuone tht ran draw It.
WALTElt 1IYSLOP, Tukasciikk.
DRY (iOODS, ETC.
ROSEN WAT EH.
The largest wholesale und retail Dry
(ioods und Clothing House in this City;
are reeelvinir new Goods dally and are
ofl'eriug great bargains In the most hand
some lines of .CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
aud MATTlXtlS ; Sllhs, Cashmeres, l',oti
rettes, ami a great many other new
styles ol' Diets (ioods,, Tuns, Etc.; In
fact In every deiiartnient of their busi
ness, they cordially Invite the duIjHc
to cull and see their stock,
Otir stock Is tho
buy one dolliir'i worth of Boot mid 8bwi, nnli
Learned Our irices.
dollur, beside you will have the advantage of our
1.11, and call and see the goods advertised.
Ladies' km slrte lace j ni
Ladles' kid btiltnn j 'A
I. mile (' kid. button, cloth top a ;i
i.ailles r reni n imtlon. cloth top H Uii 1
MUsiV guilds of like kinds li.Vi.'iiK' per pair less.
Children' morocco or kid shots
( hildien's morocco or kid. 7s lo 10
Hoy's kip boots 1 WrTi 2 i
Hoy's cnir boots t ur.a 8 ill
joiiin nip tioots ., 1 g,'j.
I'blldreu's kip hoots.
Children's calf boots. I (!(, I j
j (KL PETEHS,
n ! . .
COMMERCIAL AVE. between FlrTllaud
HXTII SI'S., CAIRO, ILL.
HOUSESIIoKIXOa specialty. Repalrlnir of:,
kind of vehicle dune neatly aud ou short i.
lice, m uie lowest po-inic cost.
It IihvIiii; lieeit widely advertised under tj
dipt tun oi
"Aniei lru Ahead ill SjhwI Cotton."
i th.it the Jury oh Cotton textile, ram and threai
at the Paris Exposition, decreed a Gold Medal a
Oraud Prize to the Wllllmatic I.tncn Company ft
"Spool Cotton especially adapted for ae on sewl
machines," over all the ureal thread manufactur
of tho world, we owe It a a duty to the public ai
to ilesi-r. J. & V. Coals to announce that.
No (i rami Prize-swore decreed at Par
fur SjmjuI Cotton.
We are adiised by Cable of the following awan'
J.& I COATS, GOLD MKDA
Willimatie Lineu Co., Silver Meda
and we claim for tht winner of tic First I'r!
that, a they havo eitablUhcd lu Rhode Island tj
larcot Spool Cotton Mills In the Culled Stat'
w here their Spool Cotton I manufactured throu
every process from the ruw cotton to the llnlsh
spool, A merlin, a represented by 3- & I' COA1
till ahead iu Spool Cotton
Sole Al'cuH In New York fur
.1. A I'l OATS
'., hijhnl yrtu si Cn.virl-1 K-ll-Ml f
A eiMq 4-iVi- srel rtit'itin fl' ii U"Q eAar
ol'f "f ntelrninff 01 .isnrl.ij. Tjt lt to VS
cv.r n.t-Je, As oar blue strtp t'sie-mMrk I el(Wy
I ..'V I i,n I: frrlnr r'i'l e H it J-nbos'l
'.i ii!n. M4 it .11 d"t. i"vl for st-nuM
lice, Ul 0. A. .I'.UOS A Lu.. lirnu 1'oUr.lHUf ,
JJKi'OHE YOU START
Insure Against Accidents.
Get au Accldetil Ticket or Yearly Pulley In t
At Local Agency or Railway Station-
LM-'enaiHlisiiim enpari-d In the forma- ,
t;. a i ( b.tnils or orvliualr should seaa lor J
.'.: r ii'-w ileacrlpuvu tv-
IiiK II. mil und (ircliPi
It A re,U la'U-s, and cnu
t:Lin Ifti t'lcirntit f-noriiv
Inili (if I hu Uie'. and most appruved style of In
ttruineliU now III ue. Mulled (n o. Addresa
LYON C: HKALY.SUitoand fJonrooSt,CbtcagoJ
irrA DAY to Acnl canvasstmr lor the Kiiiksi
. isiToit. lerms aud outllt tree. Addresa,
KKRY. Atifusta, Maine.
y.KASCY CAPDS. with name. Klc.. plain or go
'JAkcM' olllllt, UK:. VM styles. Hull 4 C
lludsiiii. N . Y.
)": Chroino card, cuplda mottues, fluwer, Ac. '
-''two alike, with name, K'c. Naau Card C
NasKiiu, N . Y.
A GOLD MEDAL
has been awarded ut the Paris Exhil
tionot' 1D7U to
O. N. T.
Rest Six-Cord Spool Cotton, It is eel
brated tor being strong, clastic., and
uniform strenirth. It has been award
medulsat the great expositions, from tl
llrst at Paris, in 1 rr. to tin l entennl
at Philadelphia In 17B. In tliiscou
try Clark's O. N. T. Siiool Cotton
widely known In all sections for its S
pcrior Excellence In Machine and hail
sewing. Tiieir nuns in aewurh. a. .
and Paisley, Scotland, are tho large
anil most complete in thu world. Tl
entire process of maniifaet tiring Isco
ducted under the most complete ni
cnreliil supervision, and they cluiiii I
their American liroilnction at least i
i'iiiul merit to that produced in I'aisl
NO ORAM) PRIZES were awarded
Parts for srooLColton,
they ureglad to itnuoiinceto the Aniei
cnu piuiiic iliac nicy nave neeu awaru
a (told Mi'diil. being the hluhest awa
given for Six-Cord Spool Cotton.
(Jeorge A. ('lurk & Drothe
SOLE At; It NTS .
K0 Rrimdway, New York.
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