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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN : V EDNESDAY : MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 187S.
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iifHCU, VAl'KU OK ALKXANHKR COUNTY.
M.H. lliuri.il, JOtlltor.
Thk firt woman preacher in India is
Mr. Moiiomuia Mozooinbar, wife of Baboo
(irWi I'hundcr Mozoomhar, Minister of the
J'.arisal Hntlimoo Somai.
Thk cry of fire was r.ii.vd in a Liverpool
theater lately; Ihe people wen-seized with
it panic, and but for the determined action
of a half dozen jioliccmen, a hundred or
1wo live- would have been lost. These tso
liccuieri drew tht ir revolve rst gave direc
iion for t!i crowd to pfu out in close or
iii r and in jiaira and threatened to shoot the
fin-t crson that mado a rush for the doors.
Their manner was co earnest, that the
crowd obeyed, and la.fore the hair of a
!ingle individual was ringed, the theater
the theater was emptied. The building
wait destroyed, hut not a single human be
ing was harmed.
Tjik Philadelphia SpiritualisU, r.ot to be
behind tho.se of IViston and Chicago, are to
havii an organ that will ktvc m a medium
lor the dissemination of thoughts and news
from the other world. The editor promises
to give nothing but that which he personal
ly knows, or has every reason to believe, is
from communicating spirita. This interest
ing periodical in called ''Mind and Matter,"
and atarts out with Oliver Cromwell, Lord
llyron and Diogune figuring among its
rontrihutora. A new utory by Charles
Dickens, and a lengthy poem from the pen
of Lord Byron will distinguish the Now
Year' number. If anything mere prepus
1'tous could have bsen conceived, it would,
of course, have been promised; but the
writer of the prospectus having reached the
limits of absurdity, hail to stop.
Tiu.kk 'n nothing like, utilizing home
talent and personal peculiarities; that is, if
the family is "on the make." An Ohio
tamily of six persons, named Lilly, consti
tute a very respectable sid'.'-nhow to i'orc
paugh's circus. The. father ia ''the gentle
man (?) who ewailows the snuke;" the
mother is the "wond .'rt'ul fat womun;" a
daughti.-r is "'the b;autiiul Circassian girl;"
nafion is ''the bon'-Uss man;'' anot.'ier, who
is hiileou!y defornie 1, is "the wild man
from B 'rneo," and th i.tli talks at the
ooor, and gives ins-itit- hctures respecting
the euriositiw, which, at a great outlay of
money, and two years' time in the jungles
of Borneo, he had succeeded in bringing to
gather. utiijuestioning public take it
all down; listen, in opi.n-iuoutli''d wonder;
liund jver t!n:Ir quartern, which, in a year or
two more, will aggregate a great fortune.
Upon this fortune tV Lilly family will re
tire and luxuriate, blessing the stars that
led them to practice on the gullibility of
the American people.
Tiikhk is no federal law in existence that
tands csu bar to the naturalization of the
Chinese element of our population, yet the
imprasMon prevails that citizenship in ex
pressly denied tied people by the explicit
ti-rmsofan act of c.orgresn. The only
shudow of foundati hi for sueh an impres
sion is furriidied by a d .cision rendered,
wiiue time ago, hv Judge iSawycr, of the
United States inflict court, of California,
.ludg'j Kawynr, iutiu.-iu! -il, no doubt, by the
bo-tility felt for the Chium- of California,
.'i'fid.Ml that such person, lieing neither
wliiU- tiur black, eou'.d not he naturalized.
This wis a lame, nut to K:y nhi-urd ilislinc
tiou t make as n warra'it t.ir ih-nving lame
than mi" hundred thollsuua p oplcof Culi
fornia the tights of citizenship; hut it was,
most likely, the hod that occurred to the
Judge, who seemed afraid or disinclined to
run c.niititr to popuhir sentiment, A de
cision, directly in the face of this, as ren
d 'n din the New York Court of Common
Pleas only la.-t week. A wealthy China
Jtiau, named W'wg Ah Yee, was gien his
flinil ccrtiflcnto of naturalization by Juiljje
Lnrrniiion. of Mint court, iukI he in,' now,
according to hi own lingo, "mtichee Meli
ciin nutu, like hi'llcc," hiinnclf. But tho
quotum of the) ('hiniimim'ii rights under our
lawn, id not likely toamntmo any importance.
Not more than one iu a thousand of thut
clitjis would accent citizenship if tendered.
Tho only rights they usk or care for is the
right to be let ulone.
Ik tho history of the havoc wrought by
the late epidemic could be written, it would
paint scenes of sutfering, destitution and
death, ot the horrors of which we, of the
North, have no adequate conception. Every
day seems to add it score of sorrowful sto
ries to the thousands already told, and yet
the half will never be heard of. Vpon the
life of Peter A. Tighe, deceased, of Mem
phis, a New Invert life insurauce company
has issued a policy for if 2,000. The surviv
ing heirs of Tighe have applied for the
payment of the money, but have failed to
obtain it, because of their inability to fur
nish the required proofs. The company
feel well assured that Tighe is dead; but
it has no proof the fact. The doctor who
attended him is dead; the uurscwho waited
on him is dead; the undertaker who cof
fined him is dead, and the minister who
officiated at his funeral is dead. With all
these witnesses in another world there is
not one living in this who can, of bis own
personal knowledge, make oath that Mr.
Tighe is not yet among the living. The
only resource left to the heirs is to resurrect
the body, and bring witnesses who can,
beyond any peradventure, identify it as
that of IVter A. Tighe.
"DIDN'T POP.T UElt HELM."
The collision on theThamesly which the
Princess Alice and her preiious cargo of
seven hundred young ptople, w ere sent to
the bottom, has been fully investigated;
nnd as the result of that iovestication, we
are told that the Princess Alice "didn't
port her helm, but ran square cad on,"' and
hence the calamity that shocked the civil
ized world. And now, that we know that
the Princess Alice, "dida't port her helm
but ran square end on,'' who is to answer
for the terrible Ions of life that followed the
dreadful delinquency? Upon whom shall
the vengeance of the law descend tor de
stroying the lives of the seven hundred
woman und children on board, and sending
their bodies to the bottom of the Thames
as fiKsl for the fishest Nobody is named;
nobody will be punished; and a few months
more nud the appallinz calamity will be
forgotten. The failure to "jwrt the helm"
is followed by the lots of 7u0 precious
lives; but, for all the committee of inquiry
did or suggested, another Princess Alice
may neglect to port the helm and run
square end on even to-morrow, and the
same verdict will be repented. An unnamed
something or somelawly that neither the
law nor avenging hands can reach, will be
to blame for it; and thus, as iu the case in
haml, a whole ship load of victims to man's
most criminal carelessness, will go down to
their watery grave, leaving their murderers
unpunished cither by the operation of law,
or through the execration of the people.
THE PROPENSITY TO INVESTIGATE.
The present congress seems disposed to
continue the role played by the last, and
several preceeding session, and devote
most ot its time to the investigation of mat
ters in which the public no longer feela any
concern. The South Carolina election
frauds; the Louisiana and Florida Return
ing board villainy; the New York election;
the cipher telegrams indeed the question
that puzzles the party leaders is not "what
shall w; invotiguteC as much as it is
"what shall we leave uninvestigated,'" Now
if these leaders fully understood the temper
of the people, they would Urst give atten
tion to the pressing needs of tho country,
a:ul then, if time hangs heavily on their
hands, let them commence their work of
president making. And now mark it, the
party that presses that work, to the exclu
sion of urgent and important business, (as
the Republican party, under the lead of
Senator Blaine, seems dijposml to do), will
win the condemnation of the people in the
struggle of If SO.
And the mueh-talked-ot cipher dispat
ches! What do they amount to, anyhow?
If they establish anything, it is the fact
that certain Louisiana Republican odlcials
came upon the market, and olfered to sell
the presidency. The Democrats did not
buy it. Why they didn't buy it, we hhall
not stop to inquire. It is enough to know
it us not bought by the Democrats. But
it was for sale, and we liud it in the posses
sion of the Republicans. Now the ouestion
is, did the Republicans buy it. or did the
scaly fellows who had the power to decide
the contest as they pleased, am) who were
notoriouly for sale, give it to that party
for nothing? This seems to be about the
only question raised by the cipher dis
patches, as far as published, and if our Re
publican friend" muni Test any anxiety to go
into an investigation of the matter, the
Democrats, "after business hours." outiht to
But to postpone busl-
ncsa for this, or any other alleged political
crinio or delinquency, will, as it should, in
vite tho condemnation and disgust of every
right-thinking man in the country,
A IIOl'K THAT WII.I. NOT UK II K A LI 7. Kli THK
l'Ol. I TIC A L CAII.D1ION A IIAVNTKD CHAM
Wahhixutos, December 7, 1878.
Tho actual necessary work of congress
is dono by its commi'.tees. Debalea, polit
ical speeches, and other causes ot delay
may be called the ornamental work of
a session, and alone attract attention from
the people at large. Half the needed work
of thiB session was done before congress
met on December 21. tho houso appropria
tion committee having met nnd prepared
the bills, so that when the house adjourned
over on Thursday two appropriation bills
had been passed and two more reported,
and all the others are nearly ready. If, af
ter passing these bills during the next two
weeks, congress would adjourn without
delay I know of no government interest
that would suffer, for their schemes are not
ready thus early to be pushed.
But the consummation so devoutedly to
be wished for cannot be expected. S.'iiatur
Blaine and others in the two houses must
discuss the politics of the country. What
good they expect to do, cither to the coun
try or themscves, puzzles the understand
ing. In hardly any of the Northern states
has any party a majority of votes, and this
condition of things exists simply became
thousands have already bad too much to!i
tica, and wish to see the business of the
country attended to. Senator Blaine will,
if he get a chance, speak next Monday on
his political resolution, introduced the first
day of the session. I do not believe there
will be extended discussion on the subject.
Senator Edmunds will endeavor on the
same day to get up his bill to amend the
manner of counting votes for the president.
It is not likely this will Ik- mad . a party
question. The senator, for a wonder, seems
to have tlrawn a bill which has no party in
it. Of its details I shall speak further, but
it seems, upon a hasty examination, to be
fair and practical.
Secretary Schurz and some of the Indian
agents were yesterday betore the committee
on transfer of thj Indian bureau. They all
oppose the transfer. 'The secretary "gave
his case away," when he said he could not
efficiently manage the bureau without more
money and more officials. There is no
money to waste, and if the people ara satis
fied of anything, it is that there is mischief
in the multiplication of offices.
Senator C'ouover, in asking for a commit
tee to investigate his alleged connection w ith
the loss or theft of a certain part of an en
rolled bill, at the close of the last session,
did a wise thing. The charge against him
was made by the secret service office of the
treasury. The senatorial committee, after
examining the evidence on which the
charge was made, found there was nothing
in it, and proposed to drop the subject, but
Senator Conover asked to put iu evidence.
The investigation will probably result in
damage to the rest of the rogues who have
solum:, under the protection of oflicial pos
ition, blackmailed or blackened honest
men of all parties. The committee now in
vestigating Conover is composed of two
Democrats and one Republican.
Washington has, ifany place in the world
has, a haunted church. As the story goes,
almost every day but at uncertain times,
then; appears in one of the churches of the
city, a venerable lady dressed in black.
She takes a seat always the same seat
remains for n few moments, and disappears
mysteriously. Of course this is simply a
ghost story, but it is religiously believed
by hundreds of imaginative people, many
of w hom profess to have seen the "ghost."
Some added that a white dove appears
whenever tho old lady docs, and disappears
nt the same time.
A.N Ahtoxisiiino Fact. A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, milking life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good rcasonjfor this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists nnd your friends, nnd
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relievo the worst case. Positively sold by
all dnizirists on the Western Continent.
It seems Impassible that a remedy made
of such common, simple plants us Hops,
Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion, etc., should
make so many and Mich marvelous mid
wonderful cures as Hop Bitters do, but
when obi nnd young, rich and poor, pastor
and doctor, lawyer nnd editor, all testify
to having been cured by them, you must
believe nnd try them yourself, ami doubt
no longer. Hen other column.
To all who are sullering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I
w ill send a recipe that will cure you, FRKE
OF CHARGE Thin great remedy wiut
discovered by a missionary in America.
Send a half-addressed envelope to the Rev.
loHKi'ii T. Isman, Station D. Bible House,
New York City.
Of Ten Yours Durution. The Discharges
Thick, Bloody, and of Foul Odor.
Senses of Hmell and Taste Wholly
Gone. Entirely Cured by
NANFOMTS RADICAL i'UHK
Muanrs. Wkkkk & Pcttkh: (ienlli meii-1 feel
compelled to acknowledge to you Urn ureal benelll
HAsroiia'a lUmrAL C'ciik has been to un. Kir
many years I linvu been Hltlleli'd ttitli lliia liwtb
aiiuia dlnuasv, and eaH-elall.v la tlin winter time ban
It been inuat aevere. The dlnliarire bus been Illicit
uud bloody, euilltlnu a foul odor n bad I hut niy
preeuuvo la I mom w (lb olbera whn very onYmdvu tu
ilium. One week altcrconiuie nclii'j the use of Han
mhu' Haihcai. I'lim I wan nol troubled with It at
all. My aeaaea of laslo and eiuell, which were
wholly vouu, havo now fully ret irneil, and my p a
oral health Imnuch improved. Yiur.
MKMJOt'HNK II. Kdill).
riliort luoel Writer.
(iin mi IIaimiis, Mich., Nov. 8, l;n.
IlKS'Tt.KXKM: The paekau'v ul' H.koiui' I t lit:
arrived hem lo ullit ull rlehi. I don't kuun what
I ahuuld have, done If it bail not been tor tln n ine,
dv. 1 huvii tried Nannl Duaihea and enTMhlie.'
ulkc. and. tillhoiinh I havo been able ! stop the of
feuslve diacharice, I have nut been nlile tu recover
my aeuaeauf taxlv and Ninell until 1 tried Sasihiiii's
(.'ciik. You cun refer any one you choose In me,
and I will cliei rlnlly inform them In detail ns to the
Ijciieflt the remedy haa been tu me. Y ours.
jiELnunixf: ii. k iici.
ClUNU liAIMUS, Mich., Nov. 15, istll.
SAN FORD'S RADICAL (TRK
not only promptly arrest the corrodlnc; dlsi har'Of
in Catu'rrh. hut, liy aympathetic ni tlnn, it rvtore
to sound health all the organs of ihe hem! thai hate
become atfi-cled by It. and exhibit any of the Mlo
Defective Kyrslirht, Inflamed nnd Mattery Kjes,
Painful anil Watery Kyes. Loss nf llearinir.
Krnclie,Neiu-nlcU ot Ihe far, DNclinrKf friiin
Kar, Uliurlna .Noises Iu the Head, llizliifn.
N'ervuus Headache, Tains Iu Die Temples, Loss
of tile Se lives of Taste Hint Suit-It, Klongatlnu ot
the I'vuhi, Inllaiiiiiiiilioii ot the Tonsils, l'alrid
Sure Throat, Tick line or llucUns CuiikIi, llron
cliltN, anil llleedin of the Lunn.
Karh package ufSanfurd'a lUdh .il Cure ron'oiim
Or. Sauforda Improved Inhaling Tube, and full
direclloua for its ue In ail canes. Trice line Dollar.
Korsule brail uholcMilc nnd retail dni!0;ll Ml"l
dealer throughout the l ulled Slutea and Canada.
WKKK.1 4 TuTTKIt. (ieiu-rnl AsenU and Whole
sale Uruiajists, Uoi-lou. Mu-
X Klertro-lialv'ault- Ilatterr. combined wilh a
highly .Medicated Planter, forming the grandest
curative aKcut iu the world of medicine, and utterly
surpasninx all other plastera heretofore Iu use.
They nccomplinh mure iu oue week than the old
planters In a whole year. They donot pulllule: they
Itelleve AITcrtlons of Ihe Client.
Uulleve Affection of Ihe I.tioir-.
Kellvre Affections of the Henri.
Kellevi) AtVertiuna of the Liver.
Helieve Afb ctloim of the Spleen.
Kellcvt) AnVctlona of the Kidneyn.
Itelleve Affection of the Spine.
Helieve Affectionn of ihe Nerve.
lielievu Affection uf Ihe Muscle.
Kelieve Affection of the .loinl.
l.elii ie Affection of the Hones.
liellele Atleclluu uf the Sinew
No matter w hut may be the extent of your suffer
In if, try one of I hem; Planter. Uellef In hnitiiiitane
oun, a fact supported by hundred" of testimonial I"
our ponnennlou. lieur in mind thut the most Im
portant dlscoo-rles In pharmacy date buck len thun
ten yearn, und that combinutloim of Kumn and en
aence ufplantn ami shrulj are herein united wilh
Klectrlclty to form a curative Plaster, In nonthiic.'.
henlliiK. and trfiiiciiiiii propertie. n far supe
rior to all other Planer heretofore in ne an the
scleullUc physician in to the horu leech.
Priof '2" ( 'fiit sj.
Uncareful to call for Collin's Voltaic Plaster lent
ynu L'cl Home worthlen imitation. Sold by all
Wholesale and Id lull l'rumisU throii).'houl the
r nlled State andCumida. and by WKKKS A Pt'T-
TKK. Prourifturn. Huston .Mas.
Ohio Lovce ami
TAINTS, 01 US. WALL I'APKH, KTC.
Iain1s,()ils, Varnishes, Bniln'j
Window GIilss, Window Shanes, Klc.
Ahvaya on hand thu celcbruled nil minatinii
8r' riillillntr, Cum-
uierciui Avu., I
He have decided lo makn our (treat Holiday dlntilay
in uoppiuK uunuK lue wee a precviiin nriinia.
BOOTS and SHOES
Iu every department.
.Largest nnd Finest Ever Shown in tlie City!
No line, if Ihi'v ivill eoumilt their ow o interest, w ill bay one dollar' a worth of Hoot aud bhue, null
they have seen our ,
LmiiMMiMo Stock and LeanU'd Our Prieos.
We cun at lean sine you tweuly llve ceul on every dollar, bealde you will have Ihe advantage of oar
LAKGK STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLES
I'o Meet from. Note the follow ljiej I'rb'e List, and cull anil sen the Kooda advertised.
Vsn'n slrolin wurklnjc nlu"' $ M
Men' nroiin kip hoot I T.'nic t en
Men' home made kip bout . It tiitt .1 On
.Mi n n calf booM .. i II!, S Ml
Meii'inlf hand made tiouln .1 (ic( H M
Men. en If bund niade neued hooln A (lie 10 OU
Meu 'ai iill' I lorn Pedro ... I Mfcf III
Mi'ii'ciilf Vlevis I 7r a Ul
Men's i n1 1' bund made i) r6 H Co
.Men' baud eiiibroidered nllliper I I.Vu H
Ladle' hand euibrolderi'd slippi-r. .... 1 Trn !) (i
1. miles' morocco sewed shoe 1 III
13I.A CK-H CM.r.rV SHO tt STORE,
LACK CltAPK VKILS,
AND TRIMMIN(uS,j(,an.iaj,tls M"ur '
NO MATTLIt HOW U I. Itl'STY Olt KAHKI),
I'c-Dyetl ujhI lircssed Kiiial to New
KAS'I'ON .V CO..
411! WKST KOTIITH STHKKT. CINCINNA TI.
I " rder of three yard of Crnie or upward
relumed riiKf nr lxi-iius rutauur.
YLEXANDKU COl'NTV HANK,
Commercial Avenue uud Eurlith Siuet,
F. HHOSS, President.
P. NKKK. Vlce-Pn lut.
II. WEI.l.S, Cashier.
T. J. KEHTU. Assistant ( ashlrr.
F. Ilr. Cairo;
Peter NefT. Cairo;
C. M . Onterlllh.
K. Under, I 'alio:
William Kltuie, Cairn;
William Wolf. Cairo;
It. I, llilllnsley, SI. IaiuI;
J. Y. l leuisuu, Caleduula.
t (IKNKHAL IIANKIMI Itl'SINESS IKlNE. V.x
1 V elmnee nnU und huunbt. lnten st paid In the
Saving Hepartiuent. t ollectlona made and all
buine promptly attended tu.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL ISA N K,
CAlUTAIi. 8 100,000
W. P. IIAI.LIDAV, President.
II. L. HAl.l.iDAY. Vice President.
WALT KH HYSLUP, ( ashiir.
. STAAT TAYIilK. W. Y. HAIJJ1IAT,
IIKMIV L. IIAt MtiAT. B. II. CI SMN..IIAK.
O. II. WILLIAMSON. STbl'lllS KI1U,
II. II. CVMlKE.
h'vrliiin.ri. Cniii unit I'nitwl Sltati'S Itnllds
BOUGHT AND bOLI). I
I)i piislt received and a general t.auklii business I
JNTEHl'UISK SAVINGS HANK,
Chartered Hardi 111, ll'.Ull.
OWlCh IX CITY NATIONAL HANK
INTEItKST paid on tlepolt March 1st and Nep
teinber 1st. Interent not wllhdniwn i udded lm
mediately tu the principal of the deposits, thereby
Kiviui; llieui cuuipuiind lulercst.
l (.'lilltliciiaiiil nmrrird women lauy deposit
money anil no one clue ran draw it.
YVALTKU JIYSLOI'. Tiikasi kf.u.
DRY (iOOHS, KTC.
The larirest wholesale und retail Dry
(ioods uud ('lutlmitr House in (IiIn City;
are receiving new Uoods duilv and are
o(l'ci'iiirrtrn'iit liai'tfiilnslii tlietuost hand
some lines of CAKPKTS. OIL CLOTHS
uud MATTINtlS; Silks, ('Mslinieres, lion-
rettes. uud a jrreat many other new
I ... i e ii. .....!.. v Li.. l
Mjii'fi in I'liss Vilnius, riwin, i.iii, in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to rail und see their stock.
the Holidays !
Immediately, In order to nlivlato Ilia Inrnnvealeuci
no our cunomera will nod many allruetiuoa of
Our stock I the
l adies' kid side lace.. , j 13
Lailiea' kid huttiin I
Ladles' (' kid. button, cloth tup a Ui
Ladle' French button, cloth top 3 Ui(6 4 Ul
Hisses' good nf like kind i'i(..Vic per pair le.
('hlbln-u's morocco or kid shoe 17.
Children' morocco or kid. 7s to. IDs an
Hoy' kip bout t 'itti t uu
Hoy' calf boo!....., : ii mt (.
Youth' kip bout ..m. 1 1 :tl
C'lillilreu kip boot. V.',
Children calf boola 1 00Q I 'Jj
I ( JAUL PETKUsS,
( (IMMKIICIAL AYK. iHlween KItTIt and
j SIXTH HTS . CAIItO, ILL.
H' olISK SIloKIN'ti a speclnlty. Kepalrlnv of ill
kind uf vrhlrle done neatly and ou short ui
j tice, ul the lowest possible cimt.
1 II having been widely advertised under U
: caption ot
I "Auierira Alieud in SjaKd Cotton."
1 Hut the Jury oa Cotton tesllli a, j uru and thread
at the Pari Exposition, decreed a (iold Medal ano
(irand Prlie to the Wllllniallc Linen Company foH
"Spool Cotton especially adapted for use on aewio;
niacblnr," over all the ureal thread manufacture!
of the world, w e ow e it m a duly to the public and
to Mcanr. J. it P. L'oatito anuoancr that.
No (irand l'ri.e were decreed ut Pari
fur SjkioI Cotton.
We are advised by Cable of the following awards
J.& 1 COATS, (JOLDMEDAJ
Willimutic Linen Co., Silver Medal.
and we claim for the winner of the Klrt Prix,
thut, a they have elablinhed iu Ithode Iland thi
larRcst HpiKil Cottoa alllla lo the I'nlled Slate
where thrir Spool Cotton 1 manufactured through
every procesa from the raw cotton to the flnlaheo
spool, America, a represented ly J. A P. COATS
Is still ahead iu Spool CotUm.
Sole Al'cuIs in New York fur
iH Pt WATS.
Is I hi.hnt sW st ii.-l-!..! I.iVW ,
H.t ,iti,, nn.l amfridt fl'a '""t
am- , ncMUf,g a"l Jtuorl-y. Th ! baM
r,..f irto. A our blue rlr'p l-tdr-miik la enmi
1 ' on '"T. '
rlnr (vll M, thut J .siaw'l M a
.! Dlitr. H.i!l In 'i ilnl-. sn I for hdhI
lin. to 0. A. erb M C:).. IIIn. I'ltntnirg,
Insure Against Accidents.
del uii Accident Ticket or Yearly Policy Iu del
At I.11111I Airenrv or Rullwav Stations.
le.ulenundolliera MTce1 in the Torms
1 (I ..1 el Uoils or orelieftlrua aiuuid aeuU lor
tar new ileacripuvo
t'.iinlvcly 1 r
hit Hand and orchm-'
liira of ihu l.mv. and mot approved style of la
aiiuinnntA linn In asu. tl .men lieu. Addreaa
LYON ti 1 1 X" AL Y. Rtato nnd monrosSUChlakja.
L","A DAY to Acenui canvussinp lor the KuiKsrim
A isiTon. Term und outlll rreu. Adure, J
V ' O. VICKKHY, Auinuda. Maine.
Or.FANt.'Y CAPHS, with imtnn, UK'., plain or (fold
-''AL'ent inilllt, Us:. IM style. Hull & Co.
Hudson, N. Y.
k),"; Chroma card, cuplds inoltoe, flower, c. N
-d wu ullke, with iiiimi', (c. Nassau Curd Ou.
Nasnia, N . Y.
lluisbeeii Hwurdedut tlie Purls Kxliibl
lion of K178 to
O. N . T.
lli'st Six-Cord Snool Cotton, His eele-
lirated for lieing strontr, elastic, nnd of
uniform Ktreiifflli. Jt lias men awiirueu
iiiedalsnt tlie reat exjiosilions, from tlie
first at Paris, in 11155, to tlie Centennial
at. Philadelphia in 1H7. In this coun
try Clark's 0. N. T. Snool Cotton is
widely known iu ull seethuis for its Su
erior Kxcellenee, In IWicliine utid liund
HPwiiiLe. Their mills ut Newark. N. J..
und Paisley, Scotland, lire the lurjrest
nnd most eoniineto in me worm, ine
entire process ot iiiuinilactnriiir w con
ducted under the most eoiiinleto und
careful suiiervlsliiii, and they claim for
their American production at least au
eiitiiil merit to that produced Iu I'ulslcy
i NO (IRAN 1 PltlZKS were awnrdedat
I'oi lu Ine Sl'OOI.Ciiltim
thev areirlud to uunoiiuceto the Amerl-
..... ....... , .. . i
eiui' public that they have been awarded
II (iold Meilnl, lieliiir tlie liluliest uwiiru
(riven for Sh-l'ord Spool Cotton.
(ieorii'e A. Chirk & Drother.
100 liroadwtiy, New York. ,
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