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Capcine Porous Plaster!
A Great improyoment
oh ihe wdlaury pur
A Soothing, healing,
palnklllliiK agent lu one.
The rnaniifactnrora received the hlgh-wl and only
award jrivru to I'unniH Planter at Cent nulal.
We warrant BeniMin'e Capcine Planter to bo tnpo.
rlor to all uthnr Porout Platter and to all Ilulinciilt.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Atk any phvnlclan If Ileunon't Capcine Porout
F)atr i not th bet planter in tlio world. Thin
remarkable article wax Invented to overcome thn
trmi (miration alwty found to the urdmury porout
r.. i ' m biuw ncuou iu ohukiiije. kiwi.
For lame and weak back, rhoumatlam, trouliloa of
in'.- limn nun ki'iiu-vK. it in a truly wonderful remc
'V l'liyi!-i.-iiiM everywhere rucoguizn It w (jri-ot tt
p".finrlly to oilier noroti iilantcr and to nil lint
im-ut. It relieve pain at once aud cure quicker
in ii i.i, u kn. ...... ,.i:i... u..i . : .
...- Hu. Alltn. n j'i..r.i, ami iti. mi in V-UUIJIUUUU.
I ' A T TT F HY THE HP. aro damn-rout and
yl 1 X' worllilcn IrnitutiiiiiH of
iA-iion tapciue rianter lu the market. The gen
uuvn inn nrn - i apriui; rut inrouilh c
PIihUt. Hold by all t)rtig"ltt. Price A' cent.
S UNPAliALLED OFFER.
A i rcc 1 est rI i iH I or one of Dr. Follies'
llt'dltli LVhtoriiij-r Tads.
will huiiiI oni. of our Ili'Hltli Rcntorlng Pad
" ". miaou aniui.-u with Lirer Complaint,
t mil ami Keer, Indiirettlon. Comlvene. Ncr-
VOU HcHllachi. hram.li.i l 'i.r. i.n. I I..M I ll v ..,1
Impure Blood, If they will w'nd un their unptom
urid ad-lr-m. and a?ne to tend un u.ikj If It t-tT. ctrt
v"ru.. ""'if eutirc natiniaction. othemlne
r.--rwnit)im charge. We will do tain to cun
""- piiuiic oi tne auperior value a a
O F O TJ It 1 A D S.
Ana Hint thi-v will do all w my. Ah thin off.-t
.m n.-c-n.arny r-iimiu-rt In numlwr. wc bopi
t&'-rcfure. an early application will lie iad". Ad
d"-". ery U'-hjc tftill v Your.
1TJ Htm utri-t-t. L'inclunsti. Ohio,
i ; yaiciann fpi-ak iu Term, of Pralut- in faTor of thu
riKllVViTI .Inn.. C Ift-A
Having had nomcccnuidi-rahli! :qualnuiir with
-i... nil. , min i in me raa, i can MinrK'iitinu)
.vommfnd ita nu ftrrlltrnt r-mcdv in all the din-
fur whii h l)r. Korlii-n riiini.fl lt n-.
DK. J. HALLOW EM..
'J70 ;or StriH't, Cluclkuati.
Wlmt Ki v. JoMiiti Kmi-ry. tin- mil known City
lUnnt- had a lone arquaiiilanre with Dr Korhrii,
1 km atilird that v, hatt-ri-r In rrcoinmi'iida he doa
iooj.cii-nilnuly. and will prove nil th.'v prom ire.
HE. JOSKI'll l-MKHV.
j.tra t frum a frw of the Manr Lcttt-rn fniuuntlv
ri-d-iri'd at the tidic.
Oik- ,: -I fi ul that your Padn have caved mv
!i:e Anotlii-r : - Vour Pud bac Juct n-ar-hi-d
iijyracc. It r ntip lv ri inuvd mv i o-ti i nc-m
ar'U'onrq;i-nt hii k llruilai lie." Aimtlji-r v rit-i-:
- Your Pad ali-nd'-d ctrii-tlv to li:iii(c. ond in
lurt.n ii'lit honrc I f.rlt a well r. ever."' Anothi-r:
"l our Pad baa cured me of lillliotisrienc and a t..r
pid Livi-r. ! am tx-ti-r than I have r,.'-n iu iwi-ntv
"arc'" Stillauothtriiayc:-! have ir.itiired all t hV-
:ifrrorc;riiwini out of a torpid Liver and l)icpi.pia.
Aiu-rucinu your pad all tti ce lllc left mc. " line
rnore:-- j nve ued your Pada with perfectly catic
factory reuit., and cuct-rfuily retominend them to
Fnun a Di.Ntin?iiishi'(l I'll y. sic ian.
u iin;;;e niceace naa enia:n-n more aucerltie or
hactened the hn-akit ti up of the constitution thnn
. ''atarrb. ihe ceuttf of nn.'ll. of Utt of aiht. of
aexriua. tnc iit-.tnan voice, the mind, one or more
end mim-timcc all IMd to it detru tiv influence.
" he poicon it dilniiutcii throughout the cynein at
'ackH every vital lorce and break up the nioct n
one' of rontitJtili4. Isuored Itet-aniu: hut little
nadcrctood by piiyclcianc, Impotently accalleil by
nuack' and chjrlatana. thone Hiiflerlni; from it have
hutli!tlehopetoben.'lli!Vt d i f It thin hide of the
vrave It i- time, then, that the popular treatment
of thl terrible riircaxe by renu-mec within the rem h
of all paired into bandu at once coinm-P ut and
truatnnrthy. The new and hitherto untried mt-lbod
adopted by Dr. sunford In the preparation of his
rUwi'AL CiitB ban won my uraity ajiprovnl. I
lit've it likely to encceed when all the uiial remc
diea fail, beealice it cirikec at the Mot oftbe dim-acv
vix., the acidtlled blood, while it hca!" the ulcerated
membrane hv diroct application to the lin-il pai-na-1
r'. ltd action lc haM'il on ct rtuin lixerl rule, and
. anlen the vital force are too far exhaiicted, muct
in tbe treat maJoritv of cactm etfect n cure
iiKO. HKAItl). M. D.
Xobacutt lUoi-k. So. Parminuioti, Oct. I.inri.
SAXFORD'S RADICAL CUKE
MAYaafely claim to lie otm of the few popular
remcdli'c recelviui! the approval of medicuf ci-n
Ittinen, who, in private, not only freely recommend
H but uce It In their fjmillea In preference to any ol
the preparatlotic ucuallv preccrlbed by phyakiaiiK.
"You are awure." cnlJ a dictitiKUlHlieil cflv phvcl
rlan, "that my oliliiitiona to the Mai-n. iledlcul
riociety are cu h that I cunnot nublic.ly recommend
or preirribe the Kadlcal Cure; lint cince I received
, to much relief from the uau of it mvcelf, after n
. thoroiiirh trial of thu ucal tvineilie. I have prl
( vatelv advicud Itauxe. and preume I have nont to
to rourctore uoleaa lbati one hundred of inv pa
tients fur It. '
I'M VERSA L SATI SFACTI0.V.
riEXTLEMENt-We have o!d S.roiiii'a Ham.
i-At. I'fiie lor lieailyoiiu year, andcun uaycantlld.
ly that we never cold a linllnr nr'paratieii tliat ii'ive
i . . ' . .i ......
uai we never con
b universal ciitlc
mch unlvercal ciitlcruction. He have to leum the
drat ( mplalnt vet.
We arc not in the habit of recommend I ntr patent
mcdlclnec, but your preparation mectx the want of
thoticaiidK. nnd'we think tlioce ntilicted chould bo
cnnvlucud of Ita irri-at merit no Hint their cutlerini;
will be relieved. We have been lu the drug buni.
nt-as for the pat twlve yeurn runctantly. and aold
eventhiu for Catarrh, but jmir leadK ull the rent,
if you cee proper you cau ticu tlii" letter or any part
of It that you wii-h.
Very truly yoiirc. S. 1). BALDWIN CO.
Wholesale and Hetail Dealer In Drus Hmika and
htatimii'ry, Wahiii(;lon. lutL. Feb. if), lMTti.
Each package con'aina Dr. Sanford'a Improved
Inlialini;, Tube, and full dlrectiou. for It
0n In ' all cane. Prlco One Dollar. For
anln by all wholoxalu and ri'tull druml-l mid
dealer" throughout thu I'ulted Mate and t'liundu.
WEEKS ft I'OTTKK. (lenerul Amenta and Whole
cale DriiKicta, llocton, Mo--.
1tT T TYsJt
k VOLTAIC l'LASTER
An F.lcclriHiiilvanic Hat t err combined with a
hljrhlv MedlcHted iStreinrtlioiiiiijj rinster, tornt
Inir the best Plaster tor patns anil nclies In the
World of Medicine.
An a crand cnratlvo and rontoratlvo acent la not
I'tjualcd by any element or medlclnu In the blntory
of tlio henllnu art. I'nle the vital "park luia tied
the body, rectonitlon by menu of electricity It po
ciblo. It I Ihe liict recort of all physician and aur
peon, and ha rectted tlioitcaml, apparently dead,
from an untimely crave, when no other human
Ki'liey could have "iicct'ciled. This I thu leadinii
ciirullvoi'lemetit In this Pltitor,
RALSAM am) FINE.
Tlie heulliiK fi'opertle of our own friiKi'imt bal
cum and pine and the giun of the iit are too well
known to require deccripilon, Tlmli' irrniefiil heal
Itnj. mxithlnir and streiii(tlnmlmr propertlea are
Liiowu to tbounandH. When combined la accord
unco wllh lute and important. dlcoverie In pilar
inaey, Ulclr liealinc nud Htrc'iiullinnliiK projiertlea
nro lucruaed ten fold, in till respect our Planter
l thu be.tt in une without the aid of electricity.
TWO IN ONE.
Tlnta combined we linvolwo urand nedlciil aRi'iit
In oni', ei.rii " hich pei'l'iiin it liMieilnn nud
, , ' 111
rniLK '.j .hh. .
hi.' . by nil Wh.ilcaln ami Iteiull Drinrulni
tliroitsjlioiil the I iilteil Niaien mid I'uuaila. and
by I'lllKS J. PoTT E It. I'ruorli tote. lly,ton Ma.
THE DAILY BUTiLETIX.
(I'IIca: Bulletin IlulMlns, VVah'ii;t(iJi Avenuii
Dally 'doltvorej by carrier) per week. .
I)y in a H (In advance) one year
. 10 fn
Br null tin advance) n year
To club of ten and over (per copy)
PoMtuffe In all cuc prepaid.
. 1 00
. 1 Ul
. 1 50
Klrt itiRcrlkiii, per muare $1 00
PUbHequentllmertlonii, per iquare
ror ouu ween, per nuur null
For two week, per "quart) (SO
For three week 8 (O
ror one mouth 7 (m
Each additbnul cquure 4 i)(i
Funeral notice 1 ftj
(iiiltuaries and renolutlona panned by avcietit
ten cent per line.
Deatha and niarriaije fren
rirt Innertion. per cquare.... $1 Oil
Hubcequent innertiona Ml
hlBlit lluea of vol id nonnarell conctitute a cnuare
Dlnplayed adverilemenl will l)e charged accord
ing to the apace occupied, at auove rnte there bo
lui twelve line of enlid type to the inch.
To reirular advertinera we offer cunerior Induce
tnenta. lioth a to rate of chariiea and manner of
amplayluir tnelr ravor.
Local notice twenty cnt tier line fur firt Inner'
'.ion; tou ceum per liiie for each aubeequent luscr
tioa. Thia paper may be found on file at fieo. P. Howell
& Co.'a .Newnpnper Adterlli'ini Bureau. 10 Spruce
atn;cti wnere aovertlciui; contractu may be made
for It in New York.
Communication upon nuhlccta of genera! Intercnt
tthe public are at all time acceptable. Bejectcd
itunncriptii win not ne returned.
Letter and communli itloim nould ba addreceed
fairo Bulletin. ( airo. Illlnola "
The Cairo Prices Current.
ODlce Wasliing'ton Avpbuo,
(CornerTwelfth Street. )
Tim Caibo pRirift-Ct'RUEHT I publiched every
Tueadayand Friday from the ofllco of Tun Caibo
Bou,ktin, and la Intended to give a tiue report of
the tondltlon of the market on duy of publication
and the publlcber tra-t that full and complete
quotations will be "Ivcn by the buclnec men of the
TEI'.MS. One cent per copy. On all order of
2Ti or more, of came date, the sub':ritcr'a lame
will be printed without eTtra chary;. Order for
extra cople mut be received by P) o'clock a m
on day of publication.
Tiic weather, wc must still chronicle us
dark, gloomy unJ unpleasant; a day of
sunshine, or a few hours, would be a wel
The whurf prcsenLs . a busy appearance
in spite of the inuddv streets. The roads
in the country are in an almost impassable
condition, so that farm wagons are
ntrity on the streets.
The Ohio is declining hlowly and will bo
in condition to receive the rise from th
Mississippi, which will toon take place if
the present warm weather holds out.
We have little change to note in the gen
eral condition of the market, except that all
branches, nearly, ure weaker.
FLOUR There is no change to note as
yet, but prices show strong symptoms of a
decline. Stocks are generally pretty full.
HAY The feeling is easier in all grades
owing to a falling off in orders and a (sur
plus on the market.
CORN' The market rules steady with
very limited transactions-.
OATS Supply light and demand mod
erately active at unchanged prices.
MEAL We note an increase in orders
fur city meal of guaranteed weight and
RRATs' The market is a little off. but
there is a fair demand at shaded prices.
BUTTER The demand is entirely for
the local trade, with plenty offering.
EiiGS None coining in and the market
is bare. Receipts in good condition would
command 20cts. to-day.
POULTRY Chickens tire in active de
mand at higher prices. Turkeys are shad
ed a little.
Other branches of the market as last
Scales and Clnotatioits.
NOTE.- Tlie price here plven arc for cnle from
flrct hands in round lot. An advance
charged for broken lot In lilllng order.
Fancy City, patent..
Superfine nud extra..
.5:1 Oiv.'i fi
. p. t.
,. 4 mm 1 an
. s M'lta a
W hhlCltv.eii order.
s!ii bbl City
3 cart, sacked.
Mediterranean No. 'I.
White Winter. No. 'J.
' ' $ 4S
5 car white, bulk
lcar mixed bulk .'I.".!.'.'..'..'.'.'
7 cart heavy, lmlk
5 " ' tacked J
S " Bulk ..... . m
4 cart choice Timothy.,
4 cart prime Timothy. ...
1! cart mixed ,,,,
Scar Red Top '
8 B0Cr.il (X)
II CITE It.
17 tub choice Northern Dairy
hod lb Northern roll ;t'i'"
lltio iMiriiiern run.,
ll"" pin lir I 11 'tllt. 4 t J
HOO Southern Illinois roll, ninoh... .'I'v 1
11 .1 u..,i,i ii 1 ' ooJtet 10&6M
"w ' " KVCJM
a coop, inlvd..
n coop mixed..
U fooii'i . tltilco.
f lb. difi d.
...... I ,
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY
.. 4 00
. 4 00-44 W
10 dot dreaaed
SO bbl. Varietle
t arx&'i so
. 2 71
60 " Ben Davit
T5 " Fancy..
75bbl. Northern p. B
50 bbla Peach Blown
lii " Sweet potator
. $3 00
WXi I Lib country.
Short C. ri.
bt. John (Jl 40
Nominal $8 00
Peachea. halve and tiuartert laaii
Applet, briuht iiiiiW
Choice navy t r,Yif, 75
Choice tueulum 1 UU6;,1
... 6 fefi'i
Mink fur 5
K P.ALT. .
Vbbl iii 00
! omrr, 3 f)
S MJf-5 5 00
Average Cattle, on foot...
lint:, on foot
Average bheep, on foot ..
KATES OF FREIGHT.
Ne Oiu.bani Flour . .2f
Pound freight U"i
Vicecbtoo Flour ,.......20
Mcvpuia Flour iJR
Pound freight U),
Way freight below Vickbnrg, 5 and W cents
Orand Tower ...
Ui'.-k Fulton and tow South
Jamet Fttk Paducah,
Grand Tower St. Loui.
Fannie Tatum Plttnburij.
Andy Baum Metnphit.
Ed. Iitchardon New Orleant.
City ot Alton st. Louia.
Johu L. Rhodes st, Loult.
John B. Maude st. Loula.
Dick Fulton and tow Ohio River.
Golden Uulo New Orleant.
St. Louis Republican of yesterday
The Yiut Sliikle, from Memphis curoutto
Cincinnati is due to-day.
The Mollie Moore, from New Orients
for St. Louis, is due.
The Dick Fulton, with a tow of empties
passed up the Ohio last evening.
Captain Crapster will leave for St. Louis
to-day with the light-house tender Alice.
The Ohio river continues to fall rapidly.
Weather warm uud cloudy, with rait last
Captain Yandi rgriff started for St. !uis
with the John L. Rhodes yesterday eve
ning. The fJold-'ii Rule reports ''oodles" of
ftcight in the Oiiio, awaiting steamer for
The Kd Richardson got away Wednesday
night at ten o'clock. She was well down
n the water when sho left.
The Andy Hauin, with a big trip ot
freight and people passed down about ten
o'clock Wednesday nii'M.
Pilot rieorgc Clark 1:1 old tiin Cairo
boy, now a resident of Cincinnati, came j
down on the Golden Rule ycsturdny. lie
foes from here to St. Louis.
The crews of the John B. Maude and
City of Alton arrived from St. Louis yester
day morning, both (C which boat started
up tho Mississippi yesterday morning.
Tho FiHiiiio Tatum passed up tho Ohio
about nine o'clock Wednesday night, on her
way to Pittsburg. 8I10 was the first boat to
come out of the Mississippi through the
Tho Golden Rule, Captain Shinkle, ar
rived from the Ohio ubout flvo o'clock last
evening. Sho was loaded to tho waters
edge, and stopped only long enough to get
Tho Grand Tower arrived from Memphis
about dark Wednesday, sho discharged
what freight she had for tho port, and pur
suant to orders from headquarters, ' pro
ceded on up thu Mississippi for St. Louis.
The ice blockade opixmito tho city front,
above the bridge, which commenced moving
day before yesterday, wtt entirely broken
during the micce" ling night, and yesterday
morning tlie crush-d particles wore seen
1 , ' ; ri tit hi titorlmnuel, All the
f'"' -I ..Mis ittMivuuml uviorf lint bi'ldgtj )V
sign their accustomed ti ips, as before the ice
Uockiide, Below there is a heavy gorge
"ciween the ulcan iron-works and the
head of Horsetail bar. Persons who passed
up from Quarantine about noon yesterday,
state that there was little evidence of the
gorge moving, up with the continuance of
moderate weather it is bound to give way
in a short time. The embargo is ended.
Passengers down from Jefferson City
last evening state that the Osage river was
booming and clear of ice. The Mississippi
was clear at Hermann, but at Washington
the river was still blocked with ico lor some
diarunce below, but it was expected tho
Osage rise would reach their last evening
and burst tho gorge at that point.
Tin: National Complaint. Dyspepsia
is the national complaint. Almost every
other man or woman you meet has it, and
the result is that the number of pseudo
remedies for it is as numerous as Pharos
host, They are for the most part worthless.
There is, however, a searching cradicant of
this distressing and obdurate malady, one
of whose genuine merits long since raised
it to a foremost place among the staple
medicines of America, llostetter's Stom
ach Bitters extirpates dyspepsia with greater
certainty and prompitude than any known
remedy, and is a most genial invigorant,
appetizer and aid to secretion. These arc
not empty assertions, as thousands of our
countrymen and women who have
experienced its effects are aware, but backed
up by the irrefragable proofs repeatedly
laid before the public. The Bitters also
promote a regular habit of body and give
a healthful stimulous to the urinarv organs.
Impohtant to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. AVe have on hand anil are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles and sir.es. of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
foods, which we sell lower tlum ever lie-
fore, and lower than like go,xls can lie ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good line of ladies slices of the best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, gold '
very close. C. Koch.
No. 00 Commercial avenue, letween
Fifth and Sixth street.
A CHOICE VOLUMN.
From Dark to Dawn, by Rev. Daniel
March, D. D. Published by J. C. McCtir.
dy k Co., St. Louis Mo.
We are glad to welcome another book
from the able, graceful nud facinating pen
of this prince of writers of Bible literature.
To all who have PKBSCEDtlie poetic glow
ing pages of "HI.'iH scenes in the bible,"
the mere announcement of a new work will
be hailed with pleasure:. Mingling with
wild scene of Gideon's Xirht, Att aelr nml
the sad vision granted to Nehemiah of the
desolation of Jerusalem is a beautiful des
cription of the midniiit sun off the coast
of Norway within twelve hundred miles of
the North Pule. The Night of Betrayal
wakens the deepest emotions of loving hearts
and we shudder at the darkness of noonday,
and weep at the grave in the dark shaddows
of night feeling with, intense vividness the
evenb, his marvelous skill has depicted.
This liook is precious to the believer and
its literary excellence, rare word painting,
and poetic imagery make it a very deLbjht
ful work fi r universal persiml.
I have examined with care, Dr. March's
latest work "From Dark to Dawn," and
can unqualifiedly commend it to all lovers
of entertainin mid profitable leading. The
book and this canvasser, Mr. Frank Luttrel
are well worthy of patronage'
W. F. AVlIITAKF.lt.
I have rot read Dr. March's lart work,
"From Dark to Dawn," but the well known
character and ability of the author guarantee
its excellency Mr. Frank Luttrel who is
canvassing for it, certainly deserves all pos
biblenncouragement. Bk.n.t. Y.OuoiuiK.
Our fellow towsman, Mr. Frank Luttrel
is now canvssing this city for this work and
will give our citizens the opportunity to
procure it. Give him your patronage and
you will never regret it.
Free oyster lunch at half-imst ci'dit
'clock, every night, at Harry Walker's
AmiirosePvatt keeps a lull supply of
all the Text Books used in the Cairo public
schools. He is also supplied with Pencils,
all grades of Writing Paper, everything in
fact that enters into the outfit of school chil
dren. Ml!. John II. Beeciier has vacated the
Court House Saloon, and desires to apprise
t ie public, that he has taken possession of
lis houso on Thirteenth street, where ho
Kill open u house for the accommodation
if regular and transient boarders, fur
nishing meals at ull hours, and regulating
his prices according to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens and country people who
linvo stopped with Mr. Beecher need not bo
told that ho always feeds his patrons 011 tho
best that tam be had. Ho is well known
for Ids good and abundant feeding, and
Ids acquaintances will be suro to giv him
a shuro of their patronage, and tho public
generally am Invited to do so, likewise.
Fiu:i: OYsricii lunch every night at half
past eight o'clock, is spread by Harry
Cure of DrisrinOi "A young friend of
mliiB was cured ot nn Insatiable thirst for
Liquor, that lil p.., 4rutr(l his system
that ho was ii.ii.iiiu to do any business. Ho
win entirely1 cur I by thu uso of Hop Hit
jew. Itid'.'iy.vf nn that burning th"
Uvik w lo ; ;,petit'j for Honor; timd.) Ids
nurvM steady, and ho has remained n mmVv
and sfemlv m in f, .i. ..,... 11 .
j " ii'ioo iimn iwo years,
und has no desire to return to his cups,
nud I know of a number ot others that
have been cured of drinking bv it." From a
leading R. It. Officer, Chicago', Ills.
Chew Jackson's, best Sweet Navy To
bacco. A Caud. To all who tire sullering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous wcukness, early decay, loss of man
hood, 6cc, I will send a recipe that will cure
ynu, free ok ( UAiitiE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in SiHp.h
America. Send a half-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman. Station 1). Bible
IIouhc, New York City.
Ji-st received at The Bi lletin office:
20 Reams extra heavy letter heads
;!0 ' note " '
20 thousand 14 and 10 lb bill heads.
20 Reams statements.
l. Reams bills lading.
A large lot 6f linen letter and note
ISO thousand XX white and amber en
velopes, best quality, for the Cairo trade.
Parties having a piano ior sale or rent
on easy ternwt can, most likely, find a pur
chaser or renter by leaving a description of
tlie instrument, with price or monthly rental
with the business manager ot The Bulle
tin. Coal! Coal.-F. M. Ward has on hand
the best qualify of roal for sale at the mar
ket price. Yen- low. He will soon have
a large stock of wood of all kinds. He is
well known to every body and we trust
nc win receive his full share of
Qierv. Why wilt men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bros
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same pricet
LEXAXDEK COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. BROSS. Presldeut.
P. NEFK. Vice l'renident.
II. WELLS. Canhitir.
T. J. KERTU, Aittant Canhicr.
F. Bros. Cairo;
Peter Neff, Cairo;
1'. M. IMcrloh,
E. Builer. Cairo;
William Ivluge, Cairo;
Willlum Wolf, Cairo;
R. L Billingnley, St. I.ottln;
J. Y. Cleiiwon, Caledouia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. F.x
XX chaise nold and bought. Interest paid in the
avim: Oepurtment. Collection made aud nil
bUMUea promptly attended to.
rjUIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. TIAL-LIDAY, Pronldent.
II. L. HALLIOAy. Vice-Prenldent.
WALTER IIVSLOP, Cashier.
t. STA ATS TAVLOIl, w. r. UAI.l.IDAT,
HKNHf I.. IIALLIOAV, n. II, ITNNINOHAJI,
O. II. WILLIAMSON, HTEIMIKS UtltU,
II. II. CAMIEE.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
DOCG1IT AND SOLD.
Dcptinltt received aud a general banking busluent
JJXTEKPRISE SAYINOS BANK,
Cliarterttl March ;ll, lt!G!).
OFFICE IX CITY XATI0XAL J1AXK,
IMF.RhSI'pald on deposits March 1t and Sep.
tcmbcr 1st. Inlcrent not wltliilmwn i milled lui
mediately to the priuciiiul of the tlepoalt, thereby
glviuK Ihoia compound iutcrca
t'STlilhlreii ami nmrrlt'tl women nitty deposit
money uml no one else can draw It.
WALTER HYSLor. Tueasckkr.
$m MEAT MARKET.
Siituof thu Biillalo Head.
No so. Ohio I
KOEIILER DUOS., Proprietors,
JOE A JELL, Auont.
A full and completo tnpply of the beat of nil
kind meat, alwayt ull baud, Order filled at nuv
hour, day ornlu'ht.
TO SELL LIVELY JT-olnHhinJof
Heal Yaluo to the people, do yoi) not: men i that
grand low priced book.
-. j Miottlllllven'k . .1 tiiaikevi'i
i.i..iliiieo, taviiic limaev t. b ver. out'elU
iverviUliia. An EM'S WANTKlJ. 'Addi.'.
KfMMVfi'r m vi I,,,;, u
0 Y8TF11.S AND FISH.
AVholenolo and retail dealer In
OYBTEKS AND FISH
Oysters in Bulk and Cau, Sea Fib I
mc ri.su, u'lorynnu name.
ll -41 I A. .1
1, . Ii. - (on paid to order from abroad I
and a I atock iii.n-,.ni..... ,. .1.1 " oroaot
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath, Etc
A', tho very lowest rates.
Ravin? a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
Wc ore prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On tho shorten m ottce.
A S.PEC.IALTY made of STEAMBOAT U'MBKR.
f V W e alno manufacture FRUIT BOXMATERI U
Cracker. Candy Pncktue Boxes HtTvM. Iladl
X' YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
in tup: city
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth ttrcet aud I
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
yiDOW'S AND ORPHAN'S
Mutual Aid Society,
From T. A. Onbttrn, Act. Secretary of Branch Offico
H111.1vr.1t, Tknn., January 8th, 1IC9
T VlT " Ti " SccrdllrJ- w- & - M. A. 8. Cairo,
Oenr Sir and Brother; ' v
Sinter Acton has Just handed me a cvrtlHcaw
and denlrea me to forward It to you; and reqncntM
me to nay to yon and throu-h you to tho Society,
that the rettirut her tiiicem thankt toyou aud tha
Society, and to tay Unit the hat received more m
brother Acton's tleiith, (or rather on hit policy,
than nhe had expected; nud that the will doatl that
sho can to Increane lit membership. All that ham
curetted theuinelvet think well of your tabular
riiiieuieiii. Your Truly, T A OSBUKJf .
. Boi.ivKit, Tens., January 8th, 1K79.
Thin It to certify that my liuxlmud, Key. Jamca (7.
Acton. um a member of tho Widow's and Orphan'
Mutual Aid Society, of Cairo, Illltiol. aud that tho
".mount duo on mch niemberhlp Cert iflcjitca ban
been f.illy paid, acconllujj to the term of the Cci
tillcate, and the money expienned tome wllhont
one cent or co.t. for which I return my tincens
tliaiiikHi. A. M. ACTON.
l). 1. a
I 1111 absolute and IrrenUlable cure for
eniiett. lutein periiiice and Ihe line of Opium, To
in. 11, .inn inn ami .-iiiniuiiintn, removtliB all
limte, deal in and habit of lining any or them,
ivuilerliii; Hie Innte or denire for them perfectly
odlou and (Minimum;. Olviiifieveryone perfect
nml irrietiiitable einitrol of the nobri'ely oflhem
elve and tnelr Ir'nnd.
it prevent that absolute phytlclcal and moral
pni-liutloii that liillown the tiidduli breaUluir off
liom ti.du ntlinulant or narcotic.
Pnekaye, prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 pcrton.,
or at your linim:!.-!. $1.7.'.. Temperance aid
cliui'ltable nocieili nhoilld line It.
It In harmlen and tiever fullluj;,
HOP MrrEilSMFd. C0Sole Aireat,
The Hop Cough Cure
Ib slniytnll pain, loont n the couitli, nnlcUthe
nerve i ml produce rent. It never In fin in wr
rormltii; a perfect cure where thorn it a ihadow
Try it once nml you will find It to,
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Eminent Dr. II. It. Walton.
OF ANNAPOLIS, MD. t
uVZJi" l'nln,,n1 ' LntBlu'a I.ioiriD RxTIUPtor
Bi.m 1 11 mott excellent preparation. It la par ex.
eellenco, Superior to cod lver oil or anvthluK I ewr
iited In wated or Inipaln'd contltutl6i, anil eo
tnimolyr benettclal at a lvoiiltlv of malarial d'a
eaet. VaiiSchnack ASlevenaon, AhIji, Cniceif.
(R,r?A DAY to Airema cauvai.iij tor the Fnume
3 I l",rC"M' .Terroa and onutt free, Addreae. t
V ' O. VICKEUY, Atuiltta. Malnt. .
O.t Chromo Cunl. .c. Cnnlit. Vi.ii. -
No two alike, with iiamo, loo. Naaau Card Cuv
itivni. y. .,, .
alike, h ti.,i.t, . J. lor A t..