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CAIRO, ILIjLVOIS, WFMESDAY MORNIXG, NOVEMBER 13, 1878.
NEW SEKIKS--NO. 124
H0CKIW AND COMMISSION MEUCHANTS.
gTRATTON fc BIRD,
Wholes ale Grocers
57 OHIO LKVF.E.
AUEXTS AM Eli If AX POWDER COMP'Y
Cairo, 11 lino in.
W. Rtiiattun, Cairo. T. Bum. Mlmuwrl
- - - ' " -
Arrival ami Depart tire of Trains.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL KAII.KOAI).
Kxprew 2 tp m. 1:10 p.m.
Ma!) 4ila.m. 9 40p.ro.
Freight T:40a.rn OOa.in.
Fretghtt :lpin. 4:30 p.m.
CAIRO AND VINCKNNF.S RAILROAD.
V.ii 10:011 ii m. 4:43 a.m.
T.U)US.l. M. AM KOl'THKKS RAILROAD.
Fiuivm " a.m. W)p..
' CAlRo'-VM) ST. IAl'IS ItAll.KUAl.
Through Expre. 5:15p.m. 10:tiam.
Miirphyartoro Awjinmo.!atlon.l'.!:r1p.in. K:15p.m.
Kjti'pt Sunday. tLxc.-pt Monday.
i KNKKAL WiLIVKKY open 7:30 . m.; clo.ca
J l.ttJ p in.; Sunday: B toft t. m
Money Order Department open i 8 a. m.j clon-a
il ) p. m. ,
Through Kipri'M Mail via IlUnoix Central and
Mal.ippl Central Railroad. clo.e at !'.!:: p. m.
Cairo and Poplar 111 u It Through aud Way Mall
cloMntal lg:3Up. m.
Way Mail via Jlllnoi Central. Cairo and Via
noc aad Ml.ippl Central itallruaila doe at
Way Mail fur Nerrov. Oauge lUllroad clo.e at 8
Cairo and Kvaii.vT.le River Route cl.a at ':!
p. ru. daily (except Friday t.
LLLOLS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route to
Ht. Louis and Chicago
'PH H onl road running two daily train from f alro
1 laklug'dlrcet rnnncction with Eastern linea.
TRAINS LKAVK CAIKO-1 :1 p. m Part ex
iirM. arriving in St. Lorn 6:.) p. m .: I birago :
m m : MO p. m.: Cincinnati and l.ool.vllle Faal
Line, arriving In Cincinnati at . a. in.: Umlaville
'. 40 a.m.: ludianapolia 4:15 a.m. Facnger by
but train arrive at above polule .
12 TO 3 HOUltS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
n.iApm. Fart Mall. Hh sleeper. att.-he.l, for
y.)Vr LutlS and 'HICA.o. arriving In St.
Loot at : p. m.; Chicago at :a p.
. i mi. n; Kir.nrhua fur Cincinnati, LouUviile
FAST TIME EAST.
tt a c'crvPFIK'1' lh!" 'ln, s" through
1 AooT.i..lI.r.iH Iu the Kt wlihout any
duiar taoeed by Sunday inu-rveniiiK The Hatnr
ia afternoon traio Irom Cairo arrive. In New 1 orb
Mondav morning at 10:. Thirty fix boura in ad
voeufaiiy oth. r route
Ir Advertln -menta of rompetlns line, that they
male better lime than lbi ouo ar i.u-t either
tbrnu -h lunorance or a de.lre to inl-lead the pnbllc.
for through ticket" and information apply at Mi-
j.H. jollSW.S. '-en! ftoulltcrn A t.
a t..L'tJ Tul-nt Irjatnl
(JA1RO A ST. LOUIS R. R.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
raMic ir.in. he ilil road ronm-cl at St. I.onl and
1 Haul St l.oiii" with Uil othi-r line lo 'he fcAnT,
Tbrongh rtprwa leav-a Clro. ......
l-hrongn expre. arrive at Ka.t St. I.o i . ; "
Mnnhvboro aecommodatu.n l-ave t i o i. a p.m.
WuniliVh.ro arc. arrive, at M.iri.hv.boro -V '
Through expr-.H h ave Kt St. Uul. .. ' --
Tbrongh expre.. arrive. ,.t I alro. "
MMrphv.boro aee. h ave. Mtirphveboro. . .. ; a.m.
urjibj-aboro ace. arrive. U uiro U. p in.
iii.,Mi,rm.'iTiK ('"iT0 '"' s'; ,jrVi'
Jth3lL.MlIMw KhIImhiI i the only Ai.l.
KAtr. KOITK between ( nlro und St. Loni under
u. ma.iagen.enl: li.erefnre there are i.o . M
way tatl.m awaiting connection, from other Mi en.
tVr l'a.eng.T. going Nortli. Northra.tand S et
should not buy ilielr ticket nnlil they have exam
U)d onr rule and mute..
L. M. JOHNSON, Cetieriil Mauuger.
(l T WiHTI.in K, ra..em.'. r Agent.
U. I. mm. j mNtX. Freight Agent.
1MILESTI1E TSiir T0
Am lltt 1M1 THE
SIIOKTKST Til WH'IS
if cisi'lNNATl. I1AU-
Y Aiiiinn vii.t.K.
TIMUHK AND WASltlNUTUN.
fl Ail...-' lli'i'"' '
a . ...tin Tint' SIIOKTKST TO !'niAN:
.11 illlLrjO AI'OUS.l'illl.ADKI.1'1
JUK AND UDSiu.
SIX HOURS SAVED
.r train of all other route innklng tli ainf
n i... ..(.,. M luulte eolinec-
IV i ....enger. or unlet r"im - ,
tian ruii.t ride all night, wiiltlng from one to x
benr t ainull country atiitlon for train of cou
JblltirjlDrilV. ,n, ,roin reaching Kvn
tIIIii, lndlaiiiiioll,t'liulnntill anil I,ntilvllle nunc
war. Train leave and arrive at t'nlio a follow:
Mall leave. 4:45 a.m.
Wail arrive lil:lip.m.
Through ticket and check to all Iniportuut
r. A. MIU.KU HOHWKM. IMllXKK.
lien 1 I'a. Agent. (ioneriil Klip I.
.. II. Clliatl'll, l'naw'UKcr Agmit.
gT. L., I. M. Sc SOUTHERN.
apraaa leave, (.'aim dully
laprcM arilvci at Cairo 'iully
1). I. C.
la an ab.oluui and Irrc. Liable rura for
en lie... Inteinperanco and the uae of Opium, To
haero, Narcotic and Stimulant, removing all
taat. de.lru and Imblt of ii.lng any or tbein.
rend.irlng the taeie or de.lre for Iherii perfectly
oillou and di.gu.ting. t.ivingevervone perfect
aud Irrlu.l.table control of lheolniety ortlicm
aelve and their friend.
Il prevent that alwolute ph) "lelcal and moral
i roKlrution that follow, the Hidden breaking oil
from lifting Hlmulantornareitic.
I'wkage, prepaid, to cure I to b pcron. !.
oral your liruggl.t. l.iJ. Temperance and
charitable aix:ietle ahould ue It,
It I harmle.a and never fulling.
HOP BITTF.KSMFO, 10.. Nol AicenU,
ROCHK'THK, N. V.
The Hop Cough Cure
lle.troy all pain, loo.ena tbeeough, ouleta the
nervea and pnHluce re.t. It never fail, in per
lormlng a perfect euro where there la a hado
Try It once and you will find It o.
FOR SALE JiY ALL DKUMISTS.
DYEINO AND RKXOVAT1N0.
y0UH OLD CLOTHES
'.AN E Hr.ArTlFtU.V
DVKD Oil KEPA1REI)
At a Trilling jipfnC. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, X0. 30 EIGHTH ST.
IV Ladiea acd Uenta' old hat made new.
THE DAILY Bl'LLKTIS.
rnrrrr .tfa'TH YKAU
T T T 1
: 1 tie Cairo riaiieun enter upon tu
IIII 1111 "'"'h year wltb a complete new
ii ii loutni and a determination to make
......... 'It In all repet worthy Ui npporl
llllllllll 'of lt patruna.
J"? K jl'ublislied Every Morning:,
It will embrace in it. column daily
of .run character aa ae treat .tail
prove the equal of the cheapen aud
beat of oor tuntemporane.
The POLITICAL CAMPAIGN'
now pendln; I one of great Import
ance con.ldered In both II. National
and state a.pecte; a full Congre-
. tonal delegation win oe cno.. n;a
lgi.latiire I to he electeil tilcu
will deterinlne the anccee.or to lion.
K. J. tigle.by In the I'nlted State
Senate. Itelieving the auwee of the
Democratic party to be e.ential to
the ruaintainauce of good govern-.-rtime
lit. the bulletin will alway. tie
found advocating ita niea.ur. and
laboring for the .urc.'. of lie repre-
.. utntive.. To promote tln-.e ile.ira
ble end. every l)enu ral ehould ex;
ert liliu.eir in di..emiuatlng the
truth of hi party, and in no way
can till be more eDectually dunu
than by the circulation ol hi huiuu
1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
T T T
The Daily Rulletin
I. nerved to cltv atili. rrlher bv car
rl.'r at TWKNl'Y I'lV K CKN'i'S per
iweek. piivanie weeKiy.
I lly mall iln iidva'ncei: one year,
ifio; .is month, three month,
one inotitli, $1. I'ot-lnge true.
AilverlMni? lljiti'H :
Klr.t lu.crtlon, tier uu.ir II. ml
Suli.eilleut liiKertion Ml
I' or oue vvecK, peritiarH m ini
For two week, per quare 4. Ml
For three week, per M'tiare.,.. lit.)
For one month, peraquaro T im
Kiicb uddltloual quura 4 U0
Klglit line of nonpareil (aolldl
con.llttitn a iiinri'.
lll.ulnved iidverllinent will bo
charged according to Urn piM'i, at
above rule- there being twelve line
of .olid type to the Inch.
t o regular auvuiti.er we oner u
perlor Inducement, both a to rate
of charge and manner of dl. playing
Not ce In local column Inserted
for twenty cent per line Aral lu.cr
tlon; ten cent per liuu for each aub
Hncciul iiollceH In.erted for U'li
cum tier linn for Hr.l In.erilon: Ave
cent for each auh.eqiient in.erilon.
Notice of death ami marriage
twenty cent per lino,
All idler and and communication,
ahould b addruaud to
rho Cairo Bulletin
OA I HO, ILLINOIS
N N N
,1X0, n, 0DRKLY, Of 'I Ma5cr,
Vnvor Henry Winter.
Trea.urer- It. K. I'arki-r. '
Clerk 1). I'bllli.
Couii.elor-Win. H. Gilbert.
Marhal-C. I). Arler.
Atlornev W. t. Metfee.
I'olice S'lagltrute-J. J. lllrd.
ROaltll or AI.OKHMKH
Flrat Ward ti Yocum. W'm. O'Callihan.
Second Ward - Wood Kiltcnhouae, N, 11. iliiftle
wooil. Third Ward -V. P. Wright. John Wood.
Fourth Ward -Charle O. fatier. U. J. Point.
Filth Ward T. W. liullklay, Chaa. Lancaater.
Circuit Judge--I). J. linker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Hoc.
Cotuity Judgo II. S. Yocum.
County Clerk-S. .1 llunim.
County Attorney- W. (.'. Mnlkey
Counlv TreaBUrer A. J. Aldcu.
Hherln -Peter Saup.
Coroner- It. F:t.gera c.
Couutv Cominl..ioner T. W. llaMldtr, 31, V
Brown. )co. W. Sammon.
AFItli AN M. K.-Fourteenth atreet. Vtwecn
Walnut and ( edar atreet: .ervlce. Sabbatbll
a. m. and ?::V) p. in.; Sunday School 1:90 p. m.
(tllHISTIAN-Klgbteenlh atrec't; meeting hab
J batb lu::i p. m.; pr'achingKcaionally.
Mll Ut H OF TUB HKDEEMKR HKplacopal)
V' Fourteenth atreet;. Morning prayer Oahhalht
lo::) a. in.) evening pravera. f :ll p.m.; Sabbath
achiiol U a. m. Kev. St. J. Illllou Lee, Ids lor.
VMItST MISKIOSAUY HAPTIST CllfltCll.
I Freachlng at 10:3fi a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Subbalh school at p. m. Itcv. T. J. Shore.,
I I'TIIKKAS -Thirteenth. Hreet; en!co Huh
J batb 11 a. in. ami 7;'W p. m.; Sunday acbiml 'J a.
in. Itev. Duer'chner, Da.tor.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Klghth and Walnnt aticet.;
I'reachltiL' Sabbath H):W a. m. and 7 P.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedneadar 7 :.') p. m.i Sunday
School, H p. ra. Itev. A. P. Morri.on, pa.tor.
tiRKSBYTF.lt! AN Klghth atreet; preachlu; on
J. kabhath at 10:l a. m. and 7:40 p. m.; prayer
at 3 p. w. Itev. H. Y. George, pa.tor.
CKCONI) FKKE WILL BAITIST Klft'CLth
r? atreet, between Walnut tnd Cedar atrevte; aer
vic e. Sabbath at i and 7:30 p. in.
L"T. JOSKI'H'K-Otoman ( athol.ci Corner Cro.a
D and Walnut atreet; eervlce. Sabbath 10:ia.
m.; Sunday Si hool at 2 p. m.; ep n S p. m. ; ier
vicea every day at p. in.
ST. PATItlCK S- Roman Catholie) Corner Ninth
atreet and Wa.hington avenue; fci-vice aab
hnth A unit m Ve.nera A n. m. flnndav School
S p. m. ; acrvicc. every day at s p. m. cv. r. aiei
J NSl'RANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & KePaTH,
Royal Canadian IcfflWI
Al ill villa f're aad Marino (Millvillc, X. J )
""'" Aet. 1.4S.w?7.rt.
:A1 (Of 5ew York Cltv 1.
V lUlllllCl l lcli , Aael $r.li;.l.
l'ni.ii '(Of Philadelphia: e.ublifhcd in 1H04
I II1U11, Aet.. J,mi 00.
r irviiiau ( acu $410,44
( Joi-miTl ' 0f Preeport, 111.1.
KISKS WKITTEN AT FA IK RATES.
Offloo In Vlexnnder County Bank,
z: rr l-j
i e il
FLOUR. CHAIN AND HAY
Hiirliest fiush Price Puiil for Wheat.
I INKLE, TIIISTLEWOOD
Farmers' Tobacco AYarehouse
General Coiiniiisslon Merchants,
Not. 18.1 and 107 Commer- I i . , Trl.
vial Avenuo f VAIKO, ILLS.
IIHKWAL AdranceinetiU made on Conalipimenta
J of Tobacco, Flour and liriilu,
J A COH WALTER,
Donlor in Ironh Aloat.
Hotwm Wililntoii 5ml Com
inorolivl Av., twllolnlnu Itimnyaj.
1' KRPtt for aale the heat Beef, Pork, Motion, Veal,
IV Umb, Hanaaun, Ac, and la prepamd lo w
fauillina lu an acwptnbln manner.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Wheat Winter, 8s 1 ldftn 2d; Spring,
7s 0il(?!,9s fill; California Hvrrngp, 9 81
Us lid: Citliforniit club, Da lOdfelOs 1.
(,'orrj new 2Us 9l(fi24.
NKW YORK r.KAIX.
New York, Novomln-r 13, 12:00 p. at.
Wlifitt Steady No. 2, Chicago, 0697;
No. 2 Milwaukee, 00&1; HodWinter, 98
07; Amber, 98&1 07; No. 2, Red
Winter, 07rt 07'. tont Steady
Meamcr, 40,; N-3(44; No. ,2, 40?.,'.
Gold, lOOJ. - '
CHICanO GRAIN AMI I'RODt'CF..
CiiicAr.o.Niivembcr 12, 10:00 a. w. Corn
December, ol asked; January. .11 k'
nsked ; May, :14 . Pork December, ! 73 ;
January, pi 0"). Wheat Novem
ber, 81 asked; December, filj(?.rj2; Jan
uary, H'iJi uked.
Chicago, November 12. 12 m. Corn
November, 31J.,' bid; December, 31
81 ?s'. Pork December, $0 75; January,
$S 02,'f fj 03. Wheat -December, 82i8
8214'; January, 83a' ahked.
Ciiicaoo, November 12, 2:30 p.m. Corn
December and January, 31i,g31,?4'; May,
34 a asked; Pork December, fO 773';
January, $S 05(&$8 07
ber, 82 bid.
THE YELLOW SCOURGE.
ELECTION AND OTHER NEWS.
TIIK KASTERN (it'KSTlON DEATH OF LI'ROM
INKNT CHICAOOAN. ETC.
New Orleans, Nov. 11. No deaths and
no new cases of yellow fever for the past 24
hours. No deaths and no new cases up to
0 o'clock p. m. to-day.
Memphis, Tenn., November 11. The
wharf to-day is lined with steamers dis
charging freights. Stores are crowded with
customers from the interior. The general
aspect in commercial circles is most en
couraging. Chris. Stcinkapl, a prominent
citizen, died of fever Into last night after ft
lingering illness of ten days. Colonul R.
C. B.-incklcy, owner of tho Pealiody Hotel,
is reported in a dying condition at Iuka,
Shhevkport, November 11. All quar
antine restrictions against New Orleans and
other lately infected cities were raised by
the Board of Health to-day.
VICKSIU RO AND JACKSON.
Yicksm'RO, Miss., Nov. 11. No deaths
or new case.
Jackson, Nov. 1 1 .Five new cases since
Saturday night, and two deaths expected
to-night. Three deaths at Rolton last
Caattanooga, Tknn., November 11.
No deaths to-day. One new case, white, a
returned refuges. There may be other ca
ses but physicians do not report.
DELAYED ELECTION RETURNS.
new Hampshire's vote.
Concord, N. II., November 11. Com
plete returns from every voting precinct in
the state have been received, and the vote
for Governor stands na follows: Head, Re
publican, 38,085; McKean, Democrat, 31,
083; Drown, Greenback, 5,385; Prohibitory
nml scattering. 129. Head's majority, 488.
San Francisco, Nov. 11. A Presc.ott,
Arizona, dispatch gives tho following vote
cast for delegates to Congress as far as
counted: Davis, 1,170; Campbell, 1,200;
Steven, fll; Woolscy, 870. The precincts to
hear from will ' probably elect Campbell,
Jacksonville, Fla., November 11. Of
ficial and iinotlii.ial returns received give
Risbce, Republican, 232 majority, llishee,
Republican candidato for Congress, tele
graphs as follows from Alachua County:
" The Hoard here are arbitrarily rejecting
good returns; have United States Marshal
comu to-morrow without fail."
DKATU OF NORMAN JCIU).
Ciiicaoo, November 11, Hon. N. H.
Judd, who has been for many years
prominently Identified with Stato po'itics,
died at his home hero this morning of
paralysis. Ho has been chairman of the
Republican Hlule Committee, Collector of
tho Port ami member of Congress, and was
appointed Minister at Herlln by President
Lincoln. Ho wim 03 year old.
REDUCTION OP WAGE.
London, November 11. Tho Northum.
berlund coal miners accept 12 J,' per cent,
reduction on wages, ,
TUB DANK FUND.
Subscription In Glasgow to the fund for
tliu relief of tliu City of Glasgow IJiMik
shareholders, 93,000 ; in Edinbtir;,',
27,000. '; ,
A CttMIMIOMISK I'ROlMlbKl).
A movement iit on foot to induce deposi
tors of the City of CSIassgow Hank to iieeept
a comproniisp of fifteen hhillino-s on the
pound, fo un to relieve tho HliiirchoMcr.
TIIK KASTKHX tjt KSTIOX. lit SS1AN IRON
CI.AIIS. Romk, Noveniber 11. The Panfnlla
says that Russia lias ordered the construc
tion of Several ironclads.
EXPENSES OF OCCITYKG TIIK I'lUIVlXCKN.
Pkrth, November 1 1 . The demand for
a sujiplementary credit to meet tho expen
ses of the occupation of the Turkish Itov
inces, said to amount to 40,000,000 florins,
has been presented to tho delegation. .,
JjTMMN, Nov. 11. A ilispateh from St.
Petersburg says: The Golos considers Lord
Ueacousfield's speech pacilic, though it
miows mat tiie uasis oi ins policy is still en
mity to Russia.
THE CZAIt'H I'ltOMISKS.
A Paris correspondent states that the
Czar has personally written in reply to
Minister Wadington's recent circular, de
claring his firm intention to adhere to the
treaty of Rerlin. This is considered a very
hopeful sign of peace, and also an indica
tien of the influence of Prince Gortschak
otT. WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washington, 1). C, Nov. 9, 1878.
The election of Tuesday places' the Detn
oeratic partv in control of both houses of
congress. We have not the anticipated m:P
jority in either house, but it is much to re
gain what has been lost to us for the last
twenty years and more. After the "4th of
March next the Democracy will be respon
sible for tho legislation of the country, as
they were in the prosperous years before
the war. We may confidently hope that
with the government in tlierr hands, public
affairs will be so conducted as to restore
not only the old time good feeling between
the sections, but also ihu old time wonder
ful prosperity of all classes.
But much may be done at the next ses
sion of the present Congress which meets in
December. We have the House, aud by
judicious course may secure, for the Demo
cratic Congress which succeeds it, a great
measure of confidence among the people
throughout the country.
Of tho personal contests in the election,
those in New York, Massachusetts, Penn
sylvania, Wisconsin and South Carolina,
were notable. Senator Conkling's victory
in the first named State, was the more re
markable from the fact that, up to the very
beginning of the con 'est, he had the bitter
enmity of what may be called the Adminis
tration wing of the Republican party. His
victory is complete. Mr. Conkling is a man
of decided ability, and his return to the
Senate, liothwithstnnding his late radical
speeches, is not wholly to he deplored.
I had hoped for the election, in Wiscon
sin, of a Legislature which would send
Carpenter back to tho Senate, if it was im
possible to electa Democrat, for Carpenter,
too, is a man of ability, and not strictly a
party man. It seems, however, that Home
is to be returned.
In Massachusetts I suppose there was
more bull-dozing in the late election than
there was in all the southern states, It
was what might be called '"respectable"
bull-dozing. Tho laborers were made to
understand that they would lose their
chance of labor anil the traders their sales,
and all men whatever good position they
hail in society, if they supported liutlcr.
Jiutler's defeat, though, as he had about
110,000 votes without the regular nomina
tion of either of llui old parties, was really
a personal victory. Wo have not heard the
last of him in politics.
In Pennsylvania the contest was not, in
reality, fought on the question of Cameron's
return to the Senate, though that largely
entered into it. His election is is a cer
tainty. In South Carolina, Gov, Wade
Hain)ton is re-elected. There was no op
position. All tho decent people of tho
State, white ami black, believe in and re
spect Hampton, lie will como to the Sen
ate in place of Patterson, who surrenders
his purchased seat on tho 4th of March
next. Let us hope that in that high place
ho will vindicate, not only himself, but his
Stato and his section, from tho false charges
so freely made against them in tho later
days of tho contest just closed.
There are indications that the 28th of
this month, tho day named by Mr. Hayes us
"thanksgiving day," will he generally ob
served. Tho Governors of most of tho
States will "appoint" tho 28tli, There is
no good objection to tho custom, except it
was first observed In this country, lu Mas
sachusetts. Tiikrmai.ink cures alt tortus of malaria
such as chills and fever, bilious fever,
awamp fever, etc. As ft preventitWe, It U
tho best Hiifegaurd in cities where fuvers
are prevalent, If taken In timo. Ask your
druggist for Thormallno. Twenty-Bve
cents per box. Mailed free on receipt of
price by Dundiut, Dick & Co., 07 Woostor
troct, Now York ,
Ualtimork (Li.ette: "Tin-re are certainly
Democratic majorities in both houses of the
next Congress. The majorities willbe sr.
small as to enforce discipline- and compact
organization. The Southern question iiui
ii"t be revived during the coming three sc.
ion. It is as It'll. 1 as the finance question.
The Republican party will be handed over
to Third Term Grantism, and will thus in
vite defeat. The chatenings recently re
eeiveil, well laid to heart, will tint the Dem
ocrats party in solid column, and organize
it for (ietoi v in isso,"
.'oo iwlm-mknt f 1,1 13,25 i'hokit.
I!. S. Webb, of Philadelphia, Pa., writes
AitgiM HI. 1878: '-Messrs. Lawrence & Co.:
Yours containing remittance for $1.1 13.25.
a.- profits oh my 2fMl shares, is received.
Accept my thanks, s 1 am very well satis
lied. As you request, y.u may use this let
ter. I would recommend every one who
feel Jisposeil to speculate to send for your
circular." The new way of operating in
.slocks by Iln- combination system enables
people with large or small capital to reap
similar benefits. I5y this excellent plan.
the orders of thousands of ciMoiniTs from
city and country are pooled into one im
mense ntu and operated as a mighty indi
vidual account. Each member of the com
bination secures all the advantages of the
largest capital united with experienced
skill. An investment of 10 pays $10, or 5
per rent, on the stock during the month;
$100 makes 700 profit or 7 per cent., and
so on as the market moves. Messrs. Law
rence & Co.V new circular explains every
thing. (Copyrighted and sent free.) All
kinds of stocks and bonds wanted. N'--v
government loan supplied on best terms.
Best references furnished. Lawrence Co.,
bankers, 57 Exchange Place, New York
Sixteen Yards of Canton Flaniv-I for
$1.01), at the New York Store.
CoxscMi-rioN- C.iHKD. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive ami radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested iu wonderful curative viw.
ers in thousands of cases, has felt it hi
duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, anil a de
sire to relieve human Buffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire it, this re
ripe, with full directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paja'r, W. W. Sherar, 141) Power.-'
Block. Rochester, New York.
Prints, Prints. Go and see the
prints at the New York Store.
An Astonishing Fact. A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day suf
fering from the effect of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these disease
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden Instead of pleasant i-xistrno'
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try tine bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try ita virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every rase. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses w ill
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
Pompeii. Excavations at Pompeii prove
the city to have been one of the most fash
ionable and beautiful of Roman summer
resorts, and but for the eruption it might
have remained so to this day, As with
Pompeii, so with thousands of people who
have beauty of form and feature, They
might always be admired but for the erup
tion, that makes the face unsightly, and
betrays the presence of scrofula, virulent
blood poisons, or general debility. There
is but one remedy that positively cures
tin-so allections, and that remedy Ih Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is
the best known tonic, alterative and re
solvent. It speedily cures pimples, blotch
es, liver spots, and all diseases arising from
impoverished or impure blots). It also
cures dyspepsia, and regulates tho liver and
bowels. Sold by druggists.
To tiif. Tradi-;. Our stta-k being the
largest general stock in the city of Cairo,
and having bought for cash, we propose to
sell goods, both at wholesale and retsil,
lower than any other house in Southern Ill
inois to prompt paying cash cuslomeis. We
invite a call from those needing goods, and
be assured we will keep the oh) time nsmo
of the cheapest store in Cairo-the New
WoitKlNUMKN. llelore ou begin your
heavy spring work after winter of relaxa
tion, . your system needs cleansing ami
strengthening to prevent an attack of ague,
bllllous or spring fever, or some other spring
sickness that will unfit you for a teason'a
work. You will save time, much siaknew
and great cxpeasu If you will ti.o ono hot
tloof Hop Hitters in your family thi
month, Don't waif. Son other column.