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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
'I'remmri'r H. K. Parker.
Clerk -J. II. Phllll.
Couintelnr- Win. II. (iilbcrt.
Martdial -C. 1). Arli r.
Attorney -W. (J. Mi (ice.
J'ollcc Ale,ltrite.i. J. Hint,
llOAIlll OK AI.IICItMKS.
Flret Ward -(ice . Yuami, Win. O'L'allahnn.
Second Wuril -Wood Kluculiouii..', N. 11. Tlili'tlc
wo(,d. Third Ward-W. I'. Wrljrlil. .John Wo.nl.
Fourth Wuril -Chitrli M (I. Patl'-r, l. .1. Foley.
Klllh Waid-T. W. Ilulllclny, Clin. Luiit aider.
' County Officers.
circuit Jnileis- O. A, llnrk'-r.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Rcve.
Viiiiity JiiiI''!! -li. S. YtK hut.
County Cleric-S. .1. Iliinun.
County Altonwy W. C. .Mn!l:e).
County J ri'urtT-A. J. Aldcn.
hh rid - John llufljti'it.
Coroner- l(. I'su'.'i'm.i .
H:on. riamiicl llrlli y.
W. Ilulildav, M. V
AFRICAN' M. K. Fourteenth .trei-t. between
Walnut iihU Ccdiir trei U; M-nlc.- sabbath 11
. in. and V : W p. m. ; Suud-iy School I :W ! ni.
(llIUISTIS--Kl;s)ili'iMitli street; niectiiiK 8b
) bath lU::iijp, i.i.; prcacliliix occasionally.
mOltl'II 01' TIIK REDEEMER -(Epbcopal)
j Fourteenth street; Morning prayers (Sabbath)
111:) a. in.; cvi-niiiK prayerc . :: ji.hi.; sabbath
Mhool V a. in. Rev. Ml. J. Dillon Lee. hector.
flKST MISSIONARY IIAI'TIST ClU'lttll.
J Prcachlm; at lo::n a. m., : p. in . and 7::n i in.
habhatli kctiuul at "!:') J), m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
Jl'TIIERAN -Thirteenth street: service Sab
J I m 1 1 1 11 a. in. and T:. p. in.; Sunday school 9 a.
III. lio.v. Dllcr liner, tiastor.
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut street;
l'rearlilti Sabbath HJ : : a. in. and 7 p.m.;
pnt.vcr inri-liu;'. Wednesday T;:l p. m.; MunUy
School, 3 i. m. l'.ev. A. I1. Morrison, pustor.
1)KES!iYTi:i:lAN Kl-htli sired; preachlm on
Sabbath hi U .i') a. m. and 7 :: i. m.: prayer
meetlm; Wednesday at ' :i . in. ; Sunday School
a! :S p. m. Rev. II. V. ln'orr'e. pastor.
CKcoND freewill n.M'nsT--rmeei'ii
O street. ItcUeeii Walnut and Cedar ttreci; ser
vices Sabbath at ! and 7 :') p. in.
ST. JOSKTU'S-t Roman Catholicl Tomer Cross
and Walnut street; senlee habhatli lU::JUa.
in.; Hunday School ut - p. in.; Vesper i j. iu.; ser
vice eery day at 8 p. in
T. PATRICK'-1 Unman Cathollei Corner Ninth
sin-,1 and V.'r.shti;i4ton avenue; in ruce siii-
nalb and lo a m : Vim-imth t. m. ; S'iin!u Si h. nil
U p. m.; n-ntcfn every day at s p. in. I!v. f. 'in'.y'..
( KNKItAL IjKI.1 V j;lY ojwu a. iu.; ciunn
1 h::i p.m.: Snndav: Sto'j a. m.
Money (Jrder I)epanm"!it open at Pa. in.: iio"
at h p. in. , ,
ThrouL'li Kxp" V:ti'. via IlllnoU Ci-nirilaud
Miitiwiipl l ntnl )t:iilrnad ilore at p. m.
Cairo and I'oplar Uiutr Through and Wty Mall
tloe. at l-.'::sil p. ni. , ,.,
Way Mail via llUnoin Central. Cairo and iu
rennei' and Mifn.iippl Central hailroad cluoe at
a:t! p. in.
Way .Mail for Narrow (iauge hnilroad i Kim- at S
a. in. .
(alio and r.van-villi' Hlver huiite ilo-i-n at h:.W
p. m. daliy (exi t pi Krldaj I.
ILLINOIS ChVniAL U. K.
TU.MSS I.K.WK C.MI'.O
Vrv.M at .
....II f. p. in I'nllv
.. .. p. in I'aily
. A :') a. tn . . . I'ln'lJt hiimUy
.... .Vtwp.m eceil Sunday
Alt'.lIYK AT ( AUK)
4:rm n.in Dally
p. ni exei pi Snudajr
s.lli a in. ...csiept Monday
, i;::)ii p. in exrept Sunday
J AMi:s JlillNSoN. l.eiK r:il A'-iit.
(JAIIIO it ST. LOL'LS It. K.
i r. sv. s m it 1 1 1-: u s. i '
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE EE'l 1. 1- EN
CAIRO AM) ST. I.OI IS.
Through Kxprea leave Cairo 10:(i a.m.
Throtl.'h KxpreiM arrive ut K. St I.ouic. liMDpm.
Tliroui!h Kxpre-H lciiv.-H l:. St. I.oni.... H::!'i.in.
flhroui;h Kxprein arrive at Cairo 5:1.' p.m.
II nrihyHt)ort iircnniuiort-.it Ion leacCiro 'J l.jp.m.
Mn'pliVrhoro Arc. arrive nt Viirphvi-liiiro S:.V? p.m.
Marpliy-tioro Are. leave Murphyboru. .. ! I' m.
Wurph'yalioro Ate. arrive at Cairo li ' I'-'n-
The Cairo A St I.nui hull Road I the only 'd
Kailiintite between Cairn mid St. I.olll under one
uiauauemcn!, tbcreforo then are mi d-layH at
way alalllln awaiting tonuei tion from oilier line.
Cloae und nnre ciiniietllont- at St. Loui with other
linea for Norlli, Kitfl mid Wei-t.
J. A. NAVtil.E.
I. M.. JOHNSON,
(jAIUO tt VINCENNES It. 11.
l' AH ITU THE SHORTEST ROl'TK TO
7 1WTTVUTHK SHORTEST TO LOV1S
4"! jllljlV) vil.l.K. CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMOHK AND WASHINGTON.
M Mil VU THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
.! AULriO AI'OUS.I'IULADKLI'IIIA.NKW
YORK AND BOSTON
; SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trains of all other routes making the name
IV Pawnier lty other route to mako conn.ee
tloijB mnafrido all nlrut. waitlnir from one to lx
bourn at amall country atatlona for trains of con
1? VT V f Ti I7TJTHE FACT and tako our 4 :V
lVXiMrilUOEilV m, trlin, reacliins Evana
tlllo, Indlanapolla, Cincinnati and LouiaviUe fame
day. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as follow:
Mill leaves 4:45 a.m.
Mall arrive 10:(p.m.
TuroiiL'U ticket and checks to all Important
F. A. MILLER KOSWELL MILLER.
Clen'l Pa. Agent. General Sup't.
L. H. CHURCH. Tasaengor Agent.
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
LKAVItS 1.8 A Vltfl IIAVI
root Fourth at Mlxsourl Lnnd'R. Kentucky Ld'it.
8 a. tn.
, 10 a. m.
S . in.
W:30 a. ro.
10:30 a. m.
U it. m.
3 p. tn.
S p. Ml.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. DUItNETT, Piiopuidtok.
Of all descriiitions to order at
Lowest ju ices.
To Order on Short Notice
Letter Heads, 10 ami VI round
Note Heads, 5 and 0 Pound
P.ill Heads, .H and 10 Pound
Statements, 5 and 0 Pound
Billst Lading 10 Pound
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
White and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY
8APLF.RY AVI) H.ItNF-SS.
gADDLEHY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAU,
In the old Lutlwls 4 IlciTtvnrt Htaiid, nciir the
Aral) KiikIih! House,
I 8 prepared to do all klndx of work in hla line,
ihi'cply, fxpi'dliloiialy.iiiid Inn thorough work
inanlllio iiiiitmer. lie lnvltea patroinitjc and uiutr
autet'a aatli-lncilim Iu evcrv partlctilar.
ALEXANDER COUNTY HANK,
Coinniorclal Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. liHOSS, I'rctddunl.
I'. NKKK, Ylcii'I'realdeiit.
II. WKI.I.H. Ciuthli-r.
T. J. KLin il, AftelMant Cnchler.
K. nron. Cairo;
I'eter Neir. Cairo;
C, M. Octcrloh,
K. Under. Cairo j
William Klmrc, Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo;
li. I. lillliliKxIey. St. I.rillln;
J. Y. Ck-uiiiou, G'ak'duuiu.
AOENEIIAI. BANKING Ill SINESS DONE. Ex
chnupi! miU and buueht. Iiiterccl jmld Iu the
Saving liepartment. Collectlotm made and all
biiriui.ua proinjitly attended to.
JJNTEIU'KISE PAVIXUS BANK,
ClmrU-ttd March 81, 109.
OFVICK IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
1NTEUEST paid on dcpo.lta Miirrh lut and Sep
teiniMtr l"t. Inti-n-xt uot withdrawn i added iin
tiiedliitelv ti the principal of the depoaitK, thereby
(jiviu them rouipouud intereal. ,
t2"" Children ami iimrrlcd wonw-n may deposit
money and undue elpe euu dnnv it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tkkasurkb.
rjIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. !'. HAt.UDAY, I'reniilent.
H. I.. HAl.I.lDAY. Vice I'nwidcut.
WAI.TL1: HYtiU.tr. Caxhler.
a. MAATH TAYLOR. w. f. HAU.ntAT,
HKM.V I.. IIAI.U1JAY. II. II. UNMNOJIAM,
li. D. WIUJAKWIN, H'fkellL'N Itlllli,
II. II. MSUtl,
Exi-liun;;?, Coin a:nl United States Duiids
HOl ilHT AM) SOU).
Denn.'st-. received ni.d u jenernl banking buniue
WHOLI'-SALE WIM'.S AND LIQUORS
F. M. StocKfleth. FrtdolinRross.
SlOCKFLKTH & BliOSSj
SnCv'eor to K. M. Stockfleth,
Imptirtors iinil "NVholH.'ilo doalorsin
Foreign unJ Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Ialand, f'atnwlia. Caliromla and Im
jHirted l'ort. Sherry, Mudiim Wliien and CLam
pucuea. NX). 03 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
Whulesulc and Retail Deal in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMTTII & CO. have constanUy a lame
tuck of the bent goods iu the market aud give
epeclul attention to the wholesale braucb. ef the
FLOUR, GRAIN AND 1IAY
Hlirhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
.MORNING, MARCH 12,
t.... - T.-..
., ,1 . uti.i.i.i;n r., ai.
I'll. II. II. Sti;vkn:
Dear Sir.-I i..nt i.i,.i.. 11.1,1 ,.r,n t. i .1..
. . - ........ ...... iuiii .,iiiv; ,1,:-
aerve to he 1 nil,. 1 11 v.iiiii.i.. t.i 1 ..,..1,1.. .......
valor and ii.vitj.iriitur of the. whole vleiii. My
w fe Mlllli.p...! r... .. 1 1. ..i-.i i.v ....
1 eir 11 lentil! 01 nine M nit ncr'illllll nltru
on tliii ejf. site- took Hevernl bottle of Vcu'ellnu.
J lie remit w,.ri, Nnrpnlii'.'; It cured lo r. while all
the. former reinedle lulled lo elve Hiitllnctlon.
.,.,, , KcHpecllully. T. r , TI!H K.
I kliOW the nhovo to he true.
Jrn-slhi and Apothecary, I'M MoiiiuotitU ut,
L Vkoktini!. -Koreriidlcatliiu all Imptirlti" of the
nlnoil Iriitn ,1 i. ,. . .. . t .. .
......... pvpii'iii, it nil 110 equal. 11 nil nev
er failed to cnVet a cure, irlvinc tone aiidatreuuth to
the KVMleln .I..I.1 1 1 . ... ...I 1... .u n
"iniuieu uj uireusu.
Vurilies 11 10 lilobd.
, rkTON, Mae., Oct. I'l, W!'.
Mn. R. II. Stkvkns:-
Dear Sir.- I have h-en ulng Vegetlne for ome
tune with the lnvntcit futlffuetion. and can highly
recomineud It as a ureut cleanaer and inirillerofthe
lo'd' J. I. 11 ANAKORU.
rahtorof ElcHton-Fijuiire M. E. Church.
NKitvoi NKii, mid all deranemeiit of the uerv-
oil f vi-lein, are iii-nallv coniiei ted with a ilieued
condition of the blood. Jlebilitvl n Ireoneiit lie
( iiinpttniiuent. The llit thlnic lo be done U to iin
Jirove he condition of the blood. This 1 ac.com-plii-li.-cl
by taking Yei;eiiuu. It I a nerve inedl
cine, and pn, h-ub a controlling power over the
Will Cure Hhoumatism.
ClM i.v nati. April !i, 1S77.
Mn. II. R. Stevens:-
I)enrSlr.-I have lined your medicine, the Yeije
tine, for RheiiniatUm with erent hUcceK, and be
lieve It to be the bent medicine for that cnmpKint
that there i. I aiao know it is a cood libtod jmrl
tier, ami at the piceiit time am n-lni' It at Un; beft
priii','inedleluellmt I know or. I take fruit plea.
ure in recoiuuiuiidiug the emetine to inv liienda.
II. 'ML NIL
TiwsANM will bear tetlmonv (and do It volun
tarily. Hint Vecetlne i the boi inedlcnl coinpoiind
yet placed before the public for renovating aud pu
rilyliiK the blood. eradieittliiK all liuiuurx, impitrl
tle. or tiolouoii eecretion from the xrvteni de
bllliated by ilieae; In fact. It ic, n inuny have
culled it, -The (jre.it Health Retorer. "
1? or Dys p o p s i a.
Asiii.kv, Iix.,Jan. 13, ls;S.
H. R. Stevkxs:
Dear Sir. I have been tidlnirVejetine for Dvpep
la. and llud more relief from it ihim all the' other
nieuii me i cer uceu. i ncre i notiiini; like It Tor
Dypt-pia. M US. M. K. F0WLKS.
I am personally acquainted with .Mr. Koulks,
and cau certify that the above Hatencnt i true.
W. C. 1'ACK. M.D..
Uru-i;lt. A.hlev, 111.
Tiioi-janm Speak. Veaetino I aeknowledjed
and recommended by phvlclau aid apothecaiie
to be the bel puritler und cleanser jf blood yet dis
covered, and thotimnd apeak in It praiio who
have been rvatured to health.
H. R. STEVENS, 1J0ST0X, MASS.
Veg-etine is Sold By all Priijatsts',
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
"Wells & Kerth,
OlliiMW' (Of Liverpool)
VULLU I Capital '..S10.iri0.000.
Royal Canadian c1ra"il.ld.
"MillvillolFlro an'1 Marine (Millvllle, X.J.)
JllinilR, AetH. Jl..yST.ul.
f'OinilK'l'I'inl 1 . (()f Nuw YorkCltyV
VUllllllUIlllU , Asset $M5eH.8(l.
Unioil '.vf I'hiladrlpliln; etabllhed iu ISol.)
,J1UU11I AM'ta, S.J,lUi.tX). '
RISKS WKirrEN AT FAIR RATES.
Offlct" iu Aloxniulor C-ountv Hunk,
G i i w
W r" 5
5 -'j -i
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
(AltPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Ommerrlnl Avrntin, i
i.rucr Elithth strvvt (
MARKETS II Y TELEfjJuU'II
Livkiipool, Miuvli, 11, 2:00 p.m. Whent
unclmncil. Winter, 0sfls41; Spring, 7h
0.1038s Gil ; California tivornjjp, 8s lOdojjOs
'M ; Ctilifurn'm club, Os 'M&'te M. Corn
new, 4s Til.
NEW YORK CRAIN.
New York. March 1 1, 12 :0:i p.m.- Wheat
nominal No. 2 Chicago, 1 071 08;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 OS; Roil Winter, f 1 08
Ctfl 17; No. 2 Red Winter fl 17'.(
1 17; No. 2 Amltcr, 1 101 lfli.
Corn quiet Steamer, 4ii' No. 2,
r$ No. 3, 45.
CHICAOO OIIAI.V AM) PRODUCE.
Chicaoo, Marcli 11, 10 a. m. Pork
April, .9 57; May, $9 70. Corn-May,
AVheat-Apri!, MiLM)i May,
CiiR'A.io, March 11, 12:00 m. Pork -
April, $0 57; May, l) 70. Corn April,
82?; May, M. Wlieat-April, 04
Ciiicvio, March 11, 2:H0 p. m. Corn
April, 33.(233; May, 37Ji37,'. Pork
April, $9 709 77 Jj'; May, $9 So
9 89 1 2'. Wheat April, l)3;'a' ; March, 95Jtf ;
THE ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
Si'iiiNOFiELD, 111., March 10. The house
judiciary sub-committee having under con
sideration the Appellate court bill, will re
port in favor of an amendment to have all
criminal cases in relation to felony go direct
to the supreme court upon appeals.
The penitentiary committee has put forth
its report of iu recent junket. The com
mittee culls attention ot the legislature to
several changes which it thinks should be
made in the law governing the reform
1. So change the law that all sentences
shall be until the inmate is tweutv-one
years of age, unless sooner discharged by
the trustees for good behavior or pardoned
as now provided by law.
2. Give the trustees the power to issue
tickets of leave, under which for bad be
havior the boy may be returned to the in
stitution for further discipline, the object
being to make the institution a purely re
formatory one, and take from it the odium
of a penal institution.
The committee reports the business of
the Joliet penitentiary well conducted, dis
cipline perfect, aud health remarkably good.
Out ot 1,000 only live were found iu the
hospital. In regards to complaints of con
tractors, of losses by the removal of 200
convicts to Chester, the committee reports
that the state was not bound to furnish the
full number of men contracted for if there
be not sufficient on hand. The committee
found that $30,000 was necessary to pav
the debts of the penitentiery, and recom
mended that amount be appropriated.
The committee recommends that the
Chester penitentiary be completed ns soon
as possible. The other matter of the com
mittee's report has heretofore been pub
The house met this morning at ten
o'clock, nnd in regard to a quorum, we
may say that it was ordinary. The weather
being extremely line, the conclusion is
that the Granger members are at home
looking after their farm interests.
The house journal was read at length to
a large aud appreciative audieuce, after
which the apparently sleepy and weary
solons dropped on bills and second reading.
A like racket was had on the bill provid
ing for the exemption of lawyers, physi
cians, surgeons and preachers from being
required to divulge the innerjeontents of
their souls m the tribunals of justice.
Then followed a tilt on the grave robbery
Mr. Dewey defended the interests of
ghouls, imd held that it was hijihly sinnor-
tant that science should not Buffer. It as also
thought that the bill would interfere with
the future operations of the Angel Gabriel
within the state of Illinois.
Mr. Shaw thought that tho commission
of Gabriel would supercede any act of tho
Mr. Snigg thought if science could not
move on without body-snatching it didn't
deserve to move on.
Tho bill, however, was ordered to a third
Tho house then adjourned until 2 :30 p. m.
In tho house in tho afternoon a few bills
were taken up on secmid reading, and tho
quorum being, broken, an adjournment was
Tho Senate was not in session to-day. Met
this evening at 5 o'clock, and immediately
The death hate ok our country Id Bet-
ting tearfully alarming, tho average of lifn
bemif lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
NEW SEIUES-NO. 223.
from tho most insignigcuut origin. At thia
season of the year especially, a cold is such
n common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook tho dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fetor and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives hi this way
every winter, while had Eoshce's German
Syrup been taken n cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Roschees German Syrup has proven itself
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without n
single lailurc known.
Consumption Ci red. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his hands by an East India missionary tho
formula of u simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy nnd permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical cure f.ir nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to
relieve human suffering, I will send, free
of charge, to all who desi.e it, this recipe,
with full directions for preparing nnd using,
in German, French, or English. Sent by
:t 1 i 1.. . - .
mini ny impressing wmi stamp, naming
this paper. W. W. Sherar, 119 Powers'
Rlock, Rochester, New York.
Pocket-Rook Lost. It was in the towu
of R., and Mr. S. had just concluded some
purchases, when he made tho startling dis
covery that his pocket-book was lost. While
searching his pockets he found a buckeye,
and said ''Gentlemen, my pocket-lxitik is
lost, but there has been something discov
ered by Dr. Taber, of Nashville, of far
greater value. It is the Buckeye Pile Oint
ment, which will euro Piles in all cases,
when used according to directions. Try it
Price 50 cents a bottle. For sale by Bar
Coussen's Honey of Tar will relieve
severe coughs of long standing, and prove
a blessing to all who suffer with affections
of the throat and lungs, and is coutldently
offered the public us the best
remedy in the world. In our rigorous
clime where coughs and cold prevails, this
favorite remedy should have a place in
every household. When the little ones are
attacked by croup, or whooping cough,
nothing will altord such instant relief as
Coussen's Honey of Tar. Price 50 cents.
For sale by Barclay Bros.
A Card. To all who are sullering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free of ch arc. k. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in Sou'li
America. .Send a half-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. I.vma.n, Station I). Bible
House, New York City.
Dds't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not . know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. Wo
know it will euro when all others fail and
nlirt':Mfll in It- id u., nnilllv.. It.... !lt
..... ....... ... jM..uii,i: mm nu viu re
fund the price paid if you receive no lcn
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50cts. and f 1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use ShiloU's
Porous Phuster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsi
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
end debility when you can get at our store
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to euro you. Pricu
10 cts. and 1 5 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Haokmetack" n popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers,
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'
"Seal of North Carolina'' at tho same price!
Ciiew Jackson's best Sweet Navy Tu
bucco NOTICK. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERNS
Tho Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any ono
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
mysolf, and tho order must be attached to
tho bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unlet
the same are endorsed by myself.
K A. BUKNKTT. :
A. Hai.ley, the Commercial avenuo Hard
ware merchant, invites attention , to his
largo and varied stock of tinware, stoves
cutlery and fancy goods. I lis cook itovca)
arc among tho latest and best patterns and
are not excelled us linkers by anything In
the market; they aro of tho heaviest mako
and will lust longer and use less fuel tkan
any other. Sold so close ns to make it ai
object to call and examine. Evcrythinft:
else low to suit the times.