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BOCTE.H AND COMIW6IOK MERCHANTS.
gTRATTON A BIRD,
Wholesale G rocers
67 OHIO LEVEE.
A f. RSTS All KRICAN TO WDKR COM I" Y
W. flmurroN, Cairo. T. Bran. Mlaaoorl.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS IENTKAL RAILROAD.
Kxrri'M I iud ih. llOnm
Mail, 4;()a.tn. 9 40p.m.
Kri-lpti I tOtm :00an.
Kruiirliit (I:'iupm. 4:aop.in.
CAjllO AMI VIM KrOK1 HA1M.UAI).
MII 10:0On.m. 4:4am.
T. LOUIS, I. M AM fcOlTliKKN KAILKOAl).
Jtipro ... Stfla.m. J:0Up.m.
IA1HU AAU ni. J.Ullft KAU.ltO.WI.
ThronKh Kipreaa 11:1 p.m. 10;0ua.m.
Biiiipnyannro Auuir.monuiiuD vi.rvp.in. x.lip m.
.1.- ...... .... . . I.- i. .....
pi r.UU'l7' TbMCpi itUIIUHJ.
1 KMEKAL DKI.I VKIlT open 7:30 1 In.; close
1 1 tsu p.m.; Sunday: 8 to V a. m.
HiiiirT Order DrparUnem oiwn al 1 a. m.; cloaea
i.t 5 p. m.
Through Ktpreaa Vail via Illlnoli Central and
Mlllppl Central Kallroada clour at 1J :i p. m.
virv iDQ ropiar niun lurourn ana way Man
lna! 1i:30p. m.
Way Mail via Illlnoli Central. Cairo and Via
Mil aad Mlia.taippl Central Railroad cloae al
way mod lor Marrow uauge Railroad eloae at B
i;lroand Enalll River Route cIom al ft:
aa. dally (except Kriday).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route to
Bt.XiOu.ifc) and Chicago
rHE only road running to dally train from Cairo
making direct connection wllh Kaatern line.
THAINS I.KAVK C'AIUO -1-lOp. m : Kant er
rtr. arriine;ln St. Loul:Vp. bi.; Chicago 8 30
. . ... m . riu-lnii.tl in I .raiii.vill.. ka.t
Ida arrirtnz In t'iiKintiall al:0ra. m : l.ootarlll
Ml . m Inill.nanulia 4:l.-i a.m. PaaavUZen b
Li train arrive at above point
12 TO 3 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other ronte.
,1vp.n. Pt Mall, with alM-per atta- hod, for
.V ut i .I'm .n.4 IIIi'Ai;ii arriving In St.
fcir avo.lln or Kmnsbam fur Clbrlnuatl, Umlcvlile
FAST TIME EAST,
i A CGirV"1 PI4 by thin line po thronch
tav ranted by HondaT InlerTenint;. The !lor
L. .nxmmm train (rom Cairo arrtv Id Nrv York
kotidar moruliiiral 10 A. Thin; til hoora In ad-
1.. ......... iIh.. tk.n M. nn am niMl pittlfr
lirooeh li-nnrance or a dcalro to minlcad the public.
. . . .,. .i-i. A l..rMn.ktl,.n an tr .1 till.
rtlt lIiriJUKn liraeia uu iuiui iu.huu pi-v -
i Vi' Jt'illNSoN. (;n'l Suollum An L
II. JONKf .Tlckut Agvnt.
U. I. o.
U aa ahaolutx aud Irrenletahle enrt for
ranraa. Intcmperanre and Iho of Opium, To
baao, Narcotic and Ntlmtilauia, riuovln all
taatf, rtilm and habit of umIhi an or tUrm
ri-nilrrliiu the tiwte or dcnlrc for ttirm piTfri tlv
odloaa and dlncuatliiK. (MnKCTerrou pcrfini
and Irrlcaiatable roulrol of Iho aobrluty o lhm
ilvot and their frluuda,
It t.r.vot that ah-oliite phv.li lcal and moral
nrottratlon that follow, the mnlilm brfakluu oil
from uatnp; atlmulanta or oarrolica
l'arka;;.-, prepaid, U) rttre 1 to It nereoaa. ti
0I,,i.ri0inr U'a't- '5 Tcmpuraaie ".!
charitable aw liitlua ahould tine It.
It laharmli-ta and never falllnjr.
HOP BITTKKS HVfi. ()., Sole Atnu.
m IKM HWTKK, X.Y.
The Hop Couh Vim
Octroy, all pain, looacna th'coiiRlt. nnleU lite
ii rc and produce nwl. It nevi r (ml. In per
forrinnira iMTfi-t -iipm uk,,...). t . '.
try it once aud jou 111 and It o.
FOR BALK KY ALL DItl'GGWTf. !
DYHX0 AM) BEX0VAT1M'..
1AIR0 ST. LOUIS R. R.
llmrtest Line to St. Louis!
fllK trsina hy tltia ritml nit.ncM at St. Louie and
Ksi m. liui" with all uliii r line. u thu KA? T,
Olvl'll ANU htun u.
!0:'1 a in.
k..,ttil. cvnr.N leavi-a t'lllrrt . .
hrou;;ii iMpn'aa arrive at Ka-l Hi. I.oo, n:Jjp.m.
nn.i.v.tw.M. aei-iimniodailon leavee t'niro U:l- p.m.
nriil.tithnio arc. arrlvea at .Muriiliynliuro H:Vii m.
krou-li rxprvaa leave Ks-t Luiili.... J-';a m.
iroiiL'li etiirei"" arriven hi .-urv "i
iiriln Miru are. lcav Mnrplivaboro a "
arili))Mirv acc. arriwa at t alto I2:.vp.m.
hM lM Pl.'P TI!K Cniro ind St. I.""'1
t.Ml'i.MlriI.:.,ilr..HJ la lh only AM.
MI. ItOI'TK lii'twoeii fiiiru anil K. I.imia uiiO'-r
In inaimL'enienl; th. r.'lnre Ill-re v no im i
J . . : , ....... . f ... .... ..,li..r ilii.i.
ii v rtiitiiiiia awHiuni; eoiiin -iiim" n-""
i l'a-K'-uera culii? ..rui. rioriiiesai nmi
niilil imt liily ineir in K' i uiiiii
i our r.i'ea arm runt'--.
r.. M. JOHNSON, (letiernl Mnin' r.
T. IU'I'I.' is, l':i-eii r A'V'iit.
4 Ml. 11. v I .v! I un, i i' I..HI .
i TitrrvaTHK kikiktkst uoi;te to
1 HI lliliO j ;vaiu.villL.
7 1t 1.VTIIK KIIOKTKST 'I'O I,0i:iS-
JllLhS VIM.K. tMNClNNATI, II Air
, UII lio TIIR PIIOHTF.3T TO INDIAN
1. Ml LLS A.I.IS.1UI1-UKLPHJA,NKW
)ItU AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
c.r tralua of all other route making Uio aaiuo
W Paseenrura by oilier roiitra to make nnnnre
,.. n ii,i un titii? from one to alx
nra hi amull country HtutloiiM (or Irulua of con-
let) ii tr romlH.
li'M VTVl II VIRTUE FACT and tnkcotir4:l?i
VjM VjMH VAV. .,i. reavhlnff Kvati-
lo, IndlnniiiiollH, CMnclnm.tl mid Loiilavllle aatno
t. Trunin leave mitt arrive ul 1 airuaa inii""".
II arrive 1(1:00 p.m.
'hruuifli ticket and check lo all Important
A. Mil. I. Kit liOMWKl.l. mil. I. int.
tlen'l I'-. A '"'tit. (ieneral Hup't.
I,. 11. LMIl'lU.'ll. Paaae.iiKvr Agent.
T. L., I. M. ife SOUTHERN.
Tit no (Junl:
pre leayna Oulro dally trflOp.m.
pruaa ttrrfvt a at Cairo 'Jitlly 4:00 am.
yoi'K OLD CLOTHES
tax aa Ba.rnm.LT
J3YKJ) OU UEPAIRHD
At a Trillin; 'jtprnf-C. 0. D.
CIIAS. SHKLLEV, K0. 30 EIGHTH ST.
fT Ladiea ard (ienU' old hit made nc.
THE DAILY Bl'LLKTI.H.
ii ill a jiaiti
r t t
Ta. c.i.. H-11..11- .... i,.
II UII. tenth -ar with a complete new
ii ii joutfil and a determination to make
liiitmii " J? r-P",' worthy the aupport
lUUlHII of It paliuii.. lr
EE E EEEE
Pnblwhed Every MoiniHf,
It "ill embrace In lie coIubdi daily
of anch character aa we traat ahall
prove theeqaal of the rhnapvit and
uvl of oar conteruporanea.
The POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
now pendlni; la one of great Import
aoce iiiuaiden d In both it National
and Htate afpe-ru; a full C'oncre
oional delriration will be choaenia
ieeialainru la to be elected nhicn
will delermilii.' the ui:re.iir to linn.
K. J. Ocle.by In the I'nited hiat.-a
If III I I '"''Date. lU-llevlug the aucrraa of the
i.i.i.i.Ui-i. jDuuHK-ratic party to bo eaaentlal to
tnu nialiitaiiiimcn of qoml Koverti
ennnetil, the Hulletln will alwaya be
found advocating it. ineanurea and
lalxirini; for the nuccea ofajta repre-
miuUiiv a. To JTuiii ite tb'--e ilenira
iile end every democrat aliiiuld ex;
ert hiiio-'lf In lU-M-miinttui!! tlie
trullia of hi pitrty, anil hi no wiiy
can thii bo uinre erlectually donu
limn b (lie circulation of his liome
LL'U Ul U
suiisciar.H AT ONCE.
SUISSCKlIiE AT ONCE.
SUI5SCHIIIK AT ONCK.
SCHSCHIIiE AT ONCE.
M'ijsckihk at unci;.
SL'HSCHllSU AT ONCE.
The Dailv DuIU'tin
ia M.-rvoiJ to r it v anWrlbora ! ctr
Irier al TWK N T Y Kl V li C hi N fS per
Iwe.'k. piivnlile weelily.
ny man nil advance): one venr,
L L i
LLLLLLL I . , ; .. .
toveniiJiK HUM :
Flral liinerlion, p r muare l.00
Stiliieiiuiiit luMerllotia W)
Kornne week, piraitlara S.()
l'or two week, per tiiuro 4.50
Kor three week, per iiuro. . . . B.(M
Tor one moiith, per Hquaro T Oil
Kuelt adilltionul u,uare 4.00
T T T
THE DAILY CAIRO- BULLETIN;
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FJWDAfr MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1878.
NEW SERIES NO. 126
.Mayor - Henry Winter.
Tn-aaurer- II. K. l'arkcr.
U-rk-.I. II. I'bllllN.
'oiiiiaelur- M m. B. Ollberl.
Murxliul ('. I). Arter.
Altnniey-W. Mt tiee.
I'ulke Mutjlalrale J. J. Bird.
HOARD Of AI.DHHMf M.
Hint . I'll. .Ii,.,. Vw.i.n U.' .''. 11.1...
Keeoud Ward-Uood Hlltonhoiae, N. B. Tilatar
Third W ard - W. P. WrWhl. John Wood, i '
Konrlh Ward Charlr I). railr, D.J. FoWv.
Ilih Vanl-T. W. Ilulllday.thaa. LaDcamr.
( Ireiill Jndfo-D. J. Baker.
Clreult Clerk-J. A. Keave.).
t (unity Judiin H. .s. Yocom.
ouniy ( lerk M. J. Hunim.
t'onnly Attornev-W. (,'. Mulkey.
t'oinilv Treaauii.-r A. J. Aldio.
Sheriff-I'i't' r haup, ,
Coroner- II. Kitzcerait..
( ouiity (:iiniuiltnt,er-T, V. Ilalliilay, M. T
Brown.fieo. H .Hammona.
N K N
ElL'ht linn of nonparuil (willdl
coiihtltnlc a aiiiiirii.
Diaplnyed ailvertlacmvnta will bo
i Imru' d hi conliiiR to the apnee, at
uhove riitea- thero bolii twelve Hues
of aolld type to the inrli,
lo ri-Riiiiir advertlHora we oner an.
lierlor iiKlucenieiita, both aa to rate
of cliitrijea und manner of cllnplaj lnif
Notice In lor.ul columna Inanrled
for twenty cent por line ttmt liiaer-
tloti ; Un cent per Hue for each aub
Wiim'ImI not cea Itiaerted for ten
emit Per line for 11 rat itmortlon ; II vu
cent for ein h althetliiit llianrtlon.
Police. 01 ueniii ana marriage
twenty cunt per line.
All letter and and communication
aliould bo addruaaed to
Tho Cairo Ilullotin
JXO. H. OUKRLY, Oral Mnnager.
AK'VAX M- Fourteenth atreot. hjaee
Walnut ami fVdaratrreta; aenrice Sabhalhll
a. m. and 7 p. m. mraday achool I :J0 fc. to.
MIRISTIAS-KlshtMBIh atrert; Betin Sab-
V-1 bulh i):.p, m.; preaching owaaionally,
Mil II II OK TDK ItKltKKMKR (Ea'wnpal)
ri.urieenih atreet; Mornlne pravcra thabbath)
lo:K) a. m.; eveiiiac prajera, 7:.K) p.m.; habhath
ehnol 9 a. m. Kev. ht. J. Klllon l.e. Iterlor.
IIKsT MIHSIONAHY BAPTIST I'Hl'ItCH.
J Pruaclilaaat lrt:'IOa. m., ;t p. in., and 7:TO p. m.
kalibath ai hnol at ':.') p. in. iti v. T. J. Mjorai,
rt'TIIRKAN-Thirteenth atreet; rvlcea 5ab
J hath II a. in. and 7::i p. in.; Sunday acbool 9a.
ai. Itev. Dueracbner. oaaiur.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Kk-hth anil Walnnt atreeta;
Preaching Habhath w:.) a. m. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, VVeduemlar 7:: p. m.; bunday
School, p. m. Her. A. I. Moriiton, paetor.
IJHESBYTKKIAN Eighth atreet; pri-achlng on
1 knbbatb at 10:.m a. ni. and 7:.)0p. m.: prayer
inu.-iliie Wedneaday at 7::p. m.; Sunday befool
al 3 p. iu. IU:v. B. Y. lieorjje. paator.
CK'ONI) KKEEWn.L BAPTIST FlftMr.th
O atreet. between Walnut and Cedar atreet; icr
vice Sabbatli at i and 7: p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S -dtoman ( alhol..-) Torner f:roa
and Walnut atreet; aerrfce Sabbath IO::Vla.
in : Sunday School at ip. m.; Veap art i p. m. ; aer
tier eyery day at g p. m.
ST. PATKK K S-iHoman Catholic) Corner Ninih
atroel and Waahliikton avenue; aervice ktb
hath 8 and 10 a. in. ; Vcapera S p. m.; Bundav Scbaol
.p.m.; aervic every dar at a d. m. lu-i. P. Za!e!.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
pSLHANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kerth,
Iloyal Canadian tSSSSk
Millvillo1 tlre Bd Marine (Mfllrltle, N. J.)
rillAll 'Af Itllldelphla; eatahllahed in
LillUll , Awta, ,133,162.00.
FirPlllflll'alL. ... (Of Dayton, O V
- a v aitat J
LIVER TOOL 0HA1K.
IjYKKrooi NovemlKT 14. 2:30 p. at.
Wheat Dull Winter, 8s 10.l2.6s 21 ;
Spring, 7n 0drj&9 6J ; California average,
98d9 lid; California elnb, 0 10d
10s 2d. Com lew 83s 9d8L
Vhw york r.iurx.
New York, NotcdiImt 14, 18:00 p. n.
Wicat Jiiiet Firm No. 2, Chicago,
950Ci No. 2 Milwaukee, 98; Red Win
ter, 08(&tl 08; Amber, 98 1 08; No.
2, Rwl Winter, 1 071 07. Corn
VqnUtt--aiwiniw, No. 8, 44; No. ?,
447. Gold, 100'.
CIIIC4GO GRAIN AND J'HOUrCB.
Chicago, Noveinler 14, 10 :00 a. at. Com
DHceinber, 8131Jii; January, 31
31'. Pork Dembt.-r, tft 05 aeknl; Jan
uary. I 23,' j. VVheat D(!Cf.inlirr, 81;(&
81 Ji; .lanuurr, W aaked.
Chicaoo, November 14. 12 m. Corn
Deeemlr, 32J; Januarj-, 82; May,
SGf. Pork December, fl 00 Ud ; Janu
ary, 20 akked. Wheat -DeccmlK r, 81
i8i;8; January, 82 ahkeil.
CaiCAOO, November 14, 2:30 r. m. Corn
December, 813l; January, 318'
teked; May, 344&34;g. Pork-Decem-lr,
8 771(3,10 82'; Januarj-, 8 15
317v Wheat December, 81'; Janu
ary, 82'; November, 80)8'.
Aaaet. $.133,10 00.
iCt T . r
SI Jl l. I.
I AaatU $410,424.96.
W.l Iliai. ( Awli $415,7 33.
ItlSKS WRITTEN AT PAIR RATES.
Office In Alexander County Sank.
t-i ZZ ?c
S 2 w
FLOl'R, GRAIN AXI) HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Cash Price Tuid for Wheat,
J INKLE, THISTLEWOOD
Farmers' Tobacco Warelionsc
General Commission Merchant,
Noi. 12S and 1ST Commer- I P.,, TIIU
clal Avemie vAIUO, ILLS.
rlBRRAt. Advancement made on ConHiinimenta
J of 'l'oh-co, Klonr and tiraln.
J A COD WALTER,
Uoalt?r in lresh Af oat.
3 lot wwii VViwhinston ami Com
incrclul Av, luljoinlnn Tltmnys.
KKRPS for anletbe licatDoef, 1'ork, Mnlton.Voal,
lainh, SauaHci1, At., ami I prepared totorve
famlllv iu au ncceptablu uinumr.
TUB VOTE POU CONORKSPMEN.
iintiMiPiH-D, Nov. 13. The following
are the ofiieiil rotes in the several congres
sional distriiis as returned to the office of
the ftecretaryof state : Eleventh J. W. Kin
gletou, Dem, 11,061 ; J. P. Dimmitt, Rep.,
6,950; AV. 11 Poguc, Pro., 3,034. Twelfth
A. E. Stevenson, Dem. and Nat., 15,870;
T. F. Tif ton, Rep., 12,038; L. M. Bieka
more, R-o., 134. Fourteenth Wahlen
Jones, D;m., 11,527; J. G. Cannon, Rep.,
13,690; Jew Harper, Nat. 4i3. Eighteenth
-W.J.Allen, Dem., 12,074; J. R. Thomas,
Rep., 12,686; S. J. Davis, Nat., 2,454.
ifKR Urua-TUL1 Jltluiaauti aaku
Camp Robinson, Neb.. November 13.
Several Sioux scouta, conspicuous among
them Long Wolf Sword and Yank'ton
Charley, left here at noon for the Sand
Hills, seventy miles southeast. This camp
is probably the rendezvous of Little Wolfs
murderous band. These experienced scouts
will be followed by 100 cavalry, command
ed by Lieutenant Elting, who will take
up the trail, should the Sioux discover it.
LOCI BIAN A TIIOPE TKIifrAS 01 TRACES.
New Orleans. Nov. 13 Col. Frank
Zacharie, who was sent by Gov. Nicholls as
apodal agent Tensas to report the true con
dition of affairs there, has returned and
submitted a lenjrthy report. He says that
notwithstanding exaggerated reports from
Tensas, he could ouly succeed in finding
that twelve negroes had been killed.
New Orleans, November 33. Two
deaths from yellow fever iu the past
twenty-four hours. Hundreds of old cases
re daily reported by physicians. Total
cases to date, 10,802. One physician who
had reported several deaths from malarial
fever, states now that they were, from yel
low fever; that he changed his diagnosis
for fear of being lined l'or not reporting
the cases before death ensued.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 13. No new cases.
Ice last night. All stores opening. The
families of several physicians having re
turned indicates it is safe for all to do so.
ViCKSBCito, Miss., Nov. 13. White frost
this morning. Gne death and three new
Wasiiinoton, Nov. 12, 1878.
Tho last session of the 45th Congress
commences early next month, and continues
until March 4, 1879. I am now of opinion
that not much of a political nature will be
attempted by either party. Mr. Halo, of
Maine, on his permanent retirement from
Congressional life, may choose to bo noisy
and ugly, instead of serene and forgiving,
us lieeonies a dying man, and a few other
radicals, knowing that after tho close of
this session, power passes for au indefinite
time into Democratic hands, may follow
Mr. Hale. But I look for moderation on
both sides. A serious crisis in our finan
cial affairs is at.hand. During tho session,
tho Treasury will resume, or attempt to re
sume, specie payments after a suspension of
half a generation, and this important fact,
if nothing else, will have a sobering influ
ence on patriotic men. There will bo no
great political excitement in Congress be
tween this timo and tho 4th ot March next.
In a fow days tho House Committee on
appropriations will meet in this city, as is
usual before tho "Short session" and pre
pare tho appropriation bills for submUlon
at an early day of the session. It is well
understood that, except in tho pension bill,
there will be considerable reduction from
Speaker Randall, despite extraordinary
efforts to defeat him, comes hack by an in
creased majority. Mr. Randall' services
to the country, while he wa on the floor of
the House, were of great value. To him,
more than to any other Representative,
belongs the credit of effecting the reduc
tion of government expenses during the
Forty-fourth Congress. His aervices upon
the floor for the next two years would bo
of so much value that it ii almost a pity
that some other Democrat is not spoken of
for tho office of Speaker.
The one personal triumph of the cam
paign was Senator Conkling's. No one
who knows the State of New York will be
lieve that the Republican party can carry
it in a plain contest between Republicanism
and Democracy. But Mr. Conkling, be
sides being stronger than his party in that
State, received great support lecause the
present adminiatration hud attempted to
ignore him. The victory in New York is
the victory of Senator Conk'ling, and is un
precedented in the political history of the
country. It is time, also, that in some im
portant respects Mr. Conkling furnished to
Republican leaders in other States the ideas
upon w hich the campaign was conducted
during its last month.
A report is published here, but I am un
able to give any reliable authority for it,
that Ingalls has withdrawn from tho Sena
torial fight in Kantas. This is good news,
it true, even if Pomeroy takes his place.
Sellers' Cocoa Strut. Over 1,000,000
bottles sold. It is the most pleasant and
popular remedy for Coughs, Col Js, Croup,
Hoarseness and all throat and luns; dis
eases. Has been in use for half a century.
Doctors recommend and prescribe it.
J . E. Youmun, Long P. O., III., says: "It
saved my two children from the grave."
A. L. Simmons, of Baltimore, Md., also
says: '-It will cure the worst cough im-
medietely." Ask your druggist or gener
al storekeeper for it and take no other.
Prices, 25c. 50c, and 11.00 per bottle.
Send for circular. R. E. SellerB & Co.,
Prop's, Pittsburgh, Pa. Barclay Bros.,
A PARABLE FOR COMMUNISTS.
Prom one of Bob Intreraoll' Speechei.
Here is a shoe shop. One man in the
simp is "'ways 111"" ..nwlr rlli'-i,Oi,
day always industrious. In the evening
he goes courting a good, nice girl. There
are five other men in the shop who don't do
any such thing. They spend half their
working hours in loafing, and their even
ings in dissipation. This first young man
by and by cuts out from these 'others, ami
gets a shoe store of his own. Then ho mar
ries this girl. Soon he is able to take his
wife out to ride of an evening. Tho five la
borers, his former companions, who see him
indulging in this little luxury, retire to a
neighboring saloon, and pass a resolution
that there is an eternal struggle between
labor and capital.
The Great Blood Tonic For the cure
of all diseases arising from impure Blood,
and for invigorating and strengthening the
vital organs. Are you weak,, nervous, de
bilitated, paie und emaciated? Have you
lost your appetite ? Have you nausea, pain
in the lack, Ac? If so, .Dr. Lindsey's
Blood Searcher will drive out tho disease
and bring back the Bloom of Health. Pim
ples, Boils, Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
&c, are but surface indications of Blood
Diseases; and Dr. Lindsey's Blood Search
er, by purifying tho system, softens tho
skin and bcuutihYs the complexion. Sold
bydtuggibts. $1.00 per bottle. R. E. Sel
lers & Co., Prop's. Pittsburgh. Pa. Barclay
Bros., Agent, Cairo.
Fact veiisuh Theory. On August 2,
1878, Western I'liion Telegraph stock sold
at the New York Siock Ex-lmnge for 84
per share. September lNth, 1878, this same
stock sold at !)li'4 a Huctuntion of ll?
per cent, in 47 days. 10,000 nlmrcs of this
stock, bought at 8-1 )4' on a margin of 1 per
cent, required an actual capital of $10,000.
The same stock sold at the advanced price,
OO.1, showed a profit of $1,175 per 100
shares, or 11 per cent, on the stock. On
the whole 10,000 shares the actual profit
was $117,500 or 11. times the capital used
within tho brief space mentioned. People
often theorize about supposable cases. Tho
above are hard facts shown by the official
record. Very few persons, however, are
aide to invest sfiigly tho $10,000 necessary
to reap such fabulous profits as were gained
by the above transaction, but Messrs. Law
rence & Co., bankers, 57 Exchange Place,
New York City, have issued a new circular
showing how large or small sums may bo
used successfully in stock speculations by
their new Combination Method of pooling
thousands of orders into one immense sum,
and operating them as a whole, which
places every customer on an equality with
tho largest operators, and divides profits
pro rata, among shareholders every 30 days.
By this system largo profits aro made in
sliort periods. $15 would make $75, or five
percent.; $50 pays $350, or seven percent.;
$100 makes $1,000, or ten per cent, on tho
stock during tho month, according to tho
market. The new circular explains every
thing; also contains "Two nuciring rules
for sueess in stock operations," and mjch
other valuablo information. Copyrighted
and sent free. This Ann furnishes best of
references us to standing and responsibility
All kinds of Stocks and Bonds wanted.
New Government Loan supplied. Apply
to Messrs Lawrence A Co., bankers, 57 Ex
change Place, New York City.
As the Quarantine has opened, Mrs.
Williamson opens her store again, and
wishes to say to the public that she has a
full line of millinery and notions, and she
solicits every one to call aud examine her
stock oetoro purchasing elsewhere. She will
display during the week one of the hand
somest line of ladies trimmed pattern hats
ever brought to this city; also a handsome
lino of hats, feathers, and flowers, and
many other thing new in the "notion line,
which sho can and will sell as cheap as any.
dry goods houso in the city. She is pro-
pared to remodel old hats into any of the
latest styles for tho small sum of 25 to 35
cents each. HaU dyed black or browa
Mrs. W. has just added to her stock a full
supply of different styles and patterns of
jewelry. Go and examine them.
Theh.vai.isk cures all torms of malaria
such as chills and fever, bilious fever,
swump fever, etc. As a preventitive, it is
the best safegaurd in cities where fever
are prevalent, if taken in time. . Ask your
druggist . for The rmalinc. Twenty-five
cests per 1k)x. Mailed free on receipt of
price by Dundas, Dick & Co., 37 Wooster
street, New York.
An Artonisdiko Fact. A larjre uronor-
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 valuablo
people is more alarming, making Iifo actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is m
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been jriven
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re-
suits in every case. You can buy a sample
Imttle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst case. Positively svId by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
IOMi'Eit. Excavations at Pomneii Drove
the city to have been one of tho most fash.
4fUlkLlA.....-4 IwiArt nwuillU FlllilUjf
resorta, 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 bo admired but for the erup
tion, that makes tho lace unsightly, and
betrays the presence of scrofula, virulent
blood poisons, or general debility. There
is but one remedy that positively cures
these affections, and that remedy is Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It i.
tho best known tonic, alterative and re
solvent. It speedily cures pimples, blotch
es, liver spots, and all diseases arising from
impoverished or impure blood. It also
cures dyspepsia, and regulates tho liver and
bowels. Sold by druggists.
Cosrchition Corkd. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had pla ed
in his liands 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 and radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested ils wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, has- felt it his
duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. W. Sherar, M! Powers'
Block, Rochester, New York.
Takk Notick On tho 1st ot November
I will open at tho old stand of Phil Howard,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue, a wholesale und retail
depot for tho sale of tlsh, oysters and game
exclusively. Making tho above articles a
specialty, I will beenubled to suit tho most
fastidious, at prices that will coin pure fa
vorably with Chicago or St. Louis. At all
times can bo found a line of llsh und oys
ters never before offered ill Cairo, Btich as
New York count oysters in bulk, Mobile oys
sters iu bulk, Baltimore oysters in cans. In
their season can bo found fresh
mackerel, fresh endflsh, littlo neck
clams, sea llsh from Mobile, shrimp and all
oti.er dollrae.ies from the sea, to tickle the
palate and refresh the Inner man. Celery
and wild gumo of all kinds. It is my In
tention to keep such articles on hand at all
times, so the public can depend upon being
supplied. Orders from abroad will receive
particular attention, and Lrods will ht
packed with care, and satisfaction guaran
A I rtla- 1 aal .1 fa . at. ' 1
teeti. iuy dealers will mm ii to uicir au
vantairo to call noon mo before orderine-
from Chicago or St. Louis. Hoping my en-
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iiuuvurn piease, win uo huh an appre
ciating public. ' I remain yours,