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Mayor N. It. Tliistlcwood.
Treasurer Edward licowa.
Clerk-Dentil". J. Kolev.
Counselor Win. II. Ollhcrt.
Marshal -C. It. Artcr.
Attorney William Hendricks.
Polite MatfUtrsito J. J. Mrd.
IIOAIUl Of Al.lir.HMKX.
First Ward -Win. U'Cullahan. M.'J. Howlcv.
bocoud Ward -David T. Linear, C. It. Wood
V.urd. Third Wnrd-W. p. Wright, Eahert Smith,
Fourth Wunl fharli-H O. I'ulU'r. varuury.
t ilth Ward-T. W. lialllduy, Ernest 11. l'cttit.
Circuit .T'lrtuc-O. A. Ilurker.
Circuit Clcrk-J. A. ll.-uvi.
County Jinii.'u-- It. S. Voc.im.
County Clerk S. .J. lliinim.
County Attoruvy W. C. Mulk-y.
Couuiy Treasurer A. J. Alden.
Coroner K. Fitz'.'eni.i..
County Commissioners T. W. Ilullidoy, M. V
lirow n. Samuel liriley.
AFRICAN M. K. Fourteenth street, between
Walnut mid-Cedar mn-i ti" : services Sabbath 11
. di. imd T :: p. lu. ; buuduy School 1 M u. tu.
CHRISTIAN Eleliteenth street; meeting Sab
huth 10:;jo i. m.; preaching occa.ioually.
tUltlK'H OK THE RElKEMKR-(Eplscopal)
Fourteenth street; ilorului; prayers (Suhtmth)
lu: a. m.; cveulni! prnvi-rx. T::J p. ).; Sabbath
school H a. m. Rev. St. J. Dillon-Lee, lfector.
T.MRST MISSIONARY UAPTIST CHVIiCII.
J I'rfuchliiK at lu:Sn a. in., p. m.. and 7:i p. m.
Sabbath school at T:t p. in. Rev. T. i. Shores,
It'TH ER AN Thirteenth street: services Sail
J bath 11 a. in. audTuMt p. tu.; Sunday school a.
m. It v. Duerschner, pastor.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnnt streets;
Preaching Sabbath lo::l a. m. and 7 p.m.:
prayer mcetln;;. Wednesday 7:: p. in.: Suuday
School, 3 p. tu. Iter. A. 1. Morrison, pustor.
1)KESI)YTEIIIAN Eichth street: preaching on
Sabbath at 11:(IU a. in. and 7::lp. m.; prayer
meeting. Wednesday at 7::ip. m.; Suuday School
at 3 p. iti. Rev. 1J. Y. George, pastor.
CECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Flftecrth
O street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; ter
med Mbtiath at 3 and 7 p. tu.
OT. JOSEPH'S (If oinau Cathollr) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services hahbath 10:10 a.
m.; Sunday school at s p. in.; espers a p. w.
Tlces every day at o p. ni.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
dirrt and Washington aenue; service. Sab
oath and in a. m.; Vespers 1 p. m.; Pnuday S'hool
i p. m. ; rcrvices every day at B p. m. Itev. i . Zalicl,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. 11.
Shortest ami Quickest Itoute to
St. Louis and Chicago
M'HE nnlrroad rtinnlngtwodally trains from Cairo
1 uiakiui! direct conm-ctioa with Ea-teru Hues.
THAIS LEAV l TAIRO.
1:10 p. m.: Fai-t rxpn-i,rriviUi;io St. Louis 7:55
p. in ; Chicago 6:M a. iu.
1:10 p. in. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
Arrivins in Cincinnati at 7:00 a. m.; LouUvlllo.
7:mia. m.j Indlau.itMdli'. 4:1S a. ni. l'aseuser by
tUia tram arnveat utiove points
12 TO 30 HOUKS IN ADVANCE
Of any nth mute.
" .k P m. Fact Mall, with K-.-prr ...Krf f.
i ,W Wt iZi IS aud CHICAOO. arriving In St.
Loulf at rt 5-) a. r.i.: (.hica.-oat l'i:4- m.. ci.tmwt
lBtf at diu or Ertiushmu lor Clnt'.nuatl, Loui.vi.ie
8a'lluJlllial FAST TIME EAST.
d.-lav ratie.l bv Sunday ir.t.-rvenliii.'. 'lb- Satur
day afternoon train from Cairo arrive, u N..w iurlt
Uondavmornlns all" ::. Ihirty-lx Lour- iu ad-var."-of
nnv oth'T route.
lt-dvehi-em. ut of conip.-t!:is Iiiim that t h-y
niakeh-lter time thau thia one are i-ned . It her
t iroh unor:mce or a de-lre to mWead the 'Ut.,, .
'For through tirki-.ta and luform.ition app.y at
ooia Central Itatlroad depot. Cairo.
tpm- il'KIVF. ATCAIIIO:
'.I.Vs' iioilNsViNitieiri ji:tb-rn A't.
J. II. ,ION E,'I Uket Atfelit.
(JAlliO ,fc ST. LOL'IS U. U.
TT. . ..ii aaal'.
II. W. iSMlTIIKltiS, Hoifivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throu'jh Express leaves Cairo.. ... ...... I'V'"' m-
Through Express arrives at K. SI Louis.. h:llp.ui.
Turo:t!h Express leaves E. Si. Louis.... v Wa.in.
Throuuh Express arrives at Cairo .i:mi.m.
Murphvsliiiroaceoimiiouuiitiii ieavi- an
Mi'ph'ysboro Ace. arrives at Murphysboro HAi p.m.
V'trphylmro Aec. leases Murphyboro. .. V.sM'.m.
Murphjslioro Acc. arrives at Cairo r- P
The Cairo & St. Louis 'Mil Road Is the only i.U
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis tinder one
mauai-emeiit. therefore there are no delay at
w ay stations awaltitiL' connections from other lines.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
lines for North, East and West.
J. A. NAL'OLE. L M. JOHNSON
A'ciit. Oeneral Manager.
QAIRO vinci:nnes 11. k.
trrT VLJ THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
17 MIT Vii TI1E SHORTEST TO LUl if-
1 JlllJIiO V1LLR. CINCINNATI,
TIMORE AND WAS11INOTUN
o i -arTi VC THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN;
.it U lih APtiLlS.PmLADELPUIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX. HOURS SAVED
Over trnlu ot all other route making tho mmo
tyr- Passengers bv other wutes to mivko cornice
... . ..i i I ..I. . .....1,1,,. C,..i, ,, ,i, mIv
tlons must rioe un nisni,'" ..... .. .
hours lit small country sinuous ior uums ui wu
T VAT 1?T UTJTHE FACT and take nnr 4 M
l,ljjLlj.ll) n. m, train, reaching Evans-
llln. IndlHiianolls. Cliicliitiilll and Louisville sumo
riav. Trains leave and arrive ut Cairo as follows :
Mall Wves itVu,
M..II ..r.U., 10.011 I. Ill
Through tlcketa and checks to all Important
F A MILLER UOSWELL MILLER.
Oen'l Pass. Agotil. Uvtieral Sup L
I.. B. CHURCH. Passenger Atti'tit.
DYKINU AND RKXOVATINO.
yOUR OLD CLOTHES
CAH BR DEACTirrjl.t.T
DYED Oil 11EPAIUED
Kt ft Trifling Expcnso-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, K0. 80 EIGHTI! ST
3T Lidlei and UouU' old hnu tuada aew
n.bi 'm fi
NF.W (,l'N SHOP.
1L E. INCE,
NEW GUX SHOP,
Cotiiiuerclal Ave., opposite Seventh st.
CAIRO, : : : Il.l.ixois-
Guns, Pistols, Safes ami Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE DOi:iNG ON It It E AC II - LOAD I NO 0 L'N S
All work t'unranteed imtli-fiirtorv. at cheaper rate
han can be obtained at any other jilai e lu the city.
WHOLFMLK WINKS AND LIQ1011S
Wholesale aad Itetail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines? of all Kind.-?,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSP.S. SMYTn 4 CO. have constantly a laree
ftoek of the beft goods In the market and eive
especial attention to the whulesaiu hrauch af the
F. 31. Stor kfleth.
Stockflktii & Bross,
Successors to F. M Stockfleth,
Importers and "NVholsale dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rulr.e. Kelly Island, Catawba. California and Im
poried Port, Sherry, Medara, Wiues and Clara
panea. NO. C3 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer aad Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
N. ri Commercial Ave.. Bet. Fifth and Sixth St.
Ki'ep constantly on ham! a lan-e aniiorlment of
Lent, and Ladles liootn and fhoen of all tyle
mid izef. ami of the very bei-t ot M I.oui BLd
(. Iiiciuii'itl Hand n.ade work; fold cheaper than
ev.-r before, ami cheaper thau like L'Oods can be ib
tallied in thin city.
Aio. alwayc oii hand a larje t toi k of LeatUerund
Finduii.-!' of all description. 1.1 v-rv ilo-e
XEW MEAT MARKET.
SUuof the Biiffulo Head.
No'. Ohio I
K0KHLF.R BROS., Proprietors,
A full and coniiilete siipdH' of the best of all
kinds meat ulwavs ou hand. Orders tilled at uuy
our. day or night.
J ACOB WALTER,
Dcalor in Prcsh Ecat.
lU'twooti Wnshlnston ami Conv
,. . ... .. TT
Trnuh. .nUilw, I,.l1l.,..r 1.,i.r Million 'enl.
I. Lamb. Sausage, ,v,c, and Is pupared to serve
lilliililes lu im acceptable manlier.
ROrRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Vholct?alo Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Bpeeinltv.
() 1" 1 C K S
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MY J, 1870.
jsnK IIlNm.E, N. B. TllISTI.KH'OOIl, J. II. MooltC
III XKLEj Tj ISTLE WOOD
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. IS and 1J7 Commercial Avetiuc,
nLibral Advancements: mado on Cousisn
menta of Tobaccu, Flour, aud Oralu.
tWAR' tits for Oear, Hcott & Co. thrc-ihlns ma
rhiuua, portable aaw mill and threshing enuluea.
Agents for Champion harvestlui; maehluea, mowerg
CARPEN'TEH AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washington and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses Ijy fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
VLL work intrusted to him will receive prompt
atteutiou. and will be executed in a eatiafactory
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BEOSS, Prceident.
P. N EPF. Vice-President.
II. WELLS. Cashier.
T. J. KEltTU, Assistant Cashier.
F. Bross. Cairo: " William Klnzc, Cairo;
Peter Nefl'. Cairo; William Wolf. Cairo;
C, M Osterloh. It. L. Iiillinslev, St. Louis;
t. Buder. Cairo; J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
Chas. O. Patter,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
t chauce sold aud bought. Interest paid in th
Savings Department. Collection made aud all
business promptly attended to
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1869.
OFFICE LN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEEEST pnid on. deposits March 1st and Sep-t'-mber
1st. Iuterest not u ithdruwn is added Im-
mediately tu the principal of the depo.lts, thereby
glvine; tii'eai couipuuud iuterest.
fi5ClilMrcn and murrled women may deposit
luotic' ami no one else run draw it.
WALTER 1IYSLOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. IIALLIDAY. President.
II. L. IIALLIDAY. Yice-Presidenl.
WALTER HYSLUP, Ca-hlor.
S. STAATS TAYLOR, W. P. n.M.LtTIAT,
iiknhv u. iiau.ii)t, n. n. itnmmiiian,
U, 1). WIU.IAMSOX, SVKI'UES UMUl,
II. II. CANIIKE.
Exchauje, Colu and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general lOinklnj business
, J J-Orv.
Wholesale aud Retail
Dry Goods and Clotliing
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Corner Eighth street t
SADLERY AND HARNESS.
gADDLERY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAR,
In Him old Itulwfii 4 Reerwnrt stund, near thf
Arab Englnu lloihi1,
1H prepared to do all kinds of work li hl llnf.
elieeply, rxpedlelollsjy.and ill ft thorough work
manlike milliner. He Invites patronnipj aud Kiar-
Kuiut; wuitiuaiuti iu everj- parucuiur.
THE VERV BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Mn. . II. HwnsSl' N- M"MaKh 1877-
Dear Slr,unce more I lake the pen to praise the
kins or Jl-tlkliies, Veuellne. When 1 bepm to
take eiellne two years iii with such marked ben
tilt, my irieuds thuiiu'ht It was a stlmuliiiit elfect,
and would ,oii subside, luavluif ine us bad us be
fore. IbiiikiiiKtliat some of thoso who read thu
testimonial that l wrote at that time, mltrht think
the "' write ouce mora to satisfy them on that
point, hinee I begun to take Ve'etine almost two
yeare aL'O. I tiave L-ained Meadily until thu present
!HVi b e"J"yfiiir my former heu th, and
SSSltaa.?11 mrv'U' Vewitliw. Two yeara
US. , , 0H, ,,s " ,,1,IU coulU be and live. 1 was
II- !,,'! '.e h?tl for uulUs, aud Riven up
j - " ' J'tors, some of thu most akill
ed in t ie Mute, they said 1 had several
aiseuata, iticluditiif consumption, heart disease, and
several others, equally raul, und must die. But
eaetine, taken as alust retort, bronstit mo thfough
und to tliat J owe my life. Since my health began
to lmprovi!. I have made a atudy of disease, and ttud
the csve af my symptoms U have Wwn Oyspepala
or Indiirestion. and I also find that Ave casoa of
disease In every six, are effects of th same cansu.
ben the food la uot properly digested in the atom
sell, lt4iecomi s a polsouoiis, putrid mass, which la
absorbed into the blood, aud by that is couveved to
an pans oi tnesysiem.causinjrsvmptoma orumease
Inauyorall of the orjtans of the body; and if thla
cause is uot removed, these svmnioms hecoine Iu
time ori.'aiile diseases. I have given Vegetlne a
thoroug i test In my owu case, und also In that of
mauyoimy acquaintance, aud And it to be the
very beat medicine extant for I)vnnnsfanr Inrllip.
many ot my acquaintances, aud And it to be the
tlou. one of the symptoiua of which is usually the
belief that you have some organic dlseasu. I am
well known in the towns of Gofl'slown. Weure, and
Newton, of this state N. II ), nud can ftirnisii an
undeniable corroboration of all these statements.
I will willingly answer any letters of Inquiry lu re
gard to my own case, or the use or Veeetine.
Your truly. A. J. Ill'ltliECK.
If i eobtinb is taken rciilarly. 'according to di
rections, a certain aud Bpeedy cure of Dyspepsia
will fullow Its use.
Ma.H. H. Stevens ;-
DarSir. For the last fifteen voars, durln? the
moiths of May and June, I have'been afflicted with
whtt the doctors called Asthma. It was very dia
treisiLR, reuderine me miserable, so that I dreaded
ltacotning on. I was recomineuded to use Vege
tlm. I took two bottles before I expetced the at
tach, and was entirely relieved. I feel grateful to
Yegetiue. J.VO. T. RALINOER,
kjetinb has restored thousands to health who
had ken long aud painful sufferers.
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
H. R Ststinb:
My mother has used your valuable medicine "Vss.
etiiie." for Tetter and Eruptions of the skin, aud
na louua great renet ny tue use or it. I cun rco
ommend it for such complaints.
R. A. BLACKWELL.
Dec. 20, 1877. Uniontown, l ulou Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In this condition of the skin, the 'n :RTfVW ta ihn
ff,t remedy joj, JulVfl-t,ti'itUu,"rtrvn;o .ai.Mrf
uuinoi"to disauuear. Bv internal treatment all
imnnlttles are thrown out. Yeqetib gives Bood
circulation to the blood, relieving the lullamed or
congested organism, restoring the heulth, giving a
good, clear complexion.
II. R. STEVENS,'BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine is Sold By all Drusirists,
p'SURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kertii,
T?AVll r-ni'lili-lll (Or Montreal. Can.)
1X0) ill CttllitUlclll t Cupitul,SU,000,WKHiold.
"Mi'llvi'lln nl Marine (Mlllville, N.J
Jl lin lilt - Assets, fl.4-l3.W7.tH.
(Of New York Citv).
I (Of Philadelphliii established In lnl.)
I Asseis. j.nj.nc.iiii.
tOf Davtou, O.l.
fini'ltVlll ' . (Of Freeport, 111.1.
Ut'l lllilll Assets glj.M;77.il.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OlTlof in Alexander t'ountv Ilnnk.
o s H
1 . Zi
s-s" fr It
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
llijUest Cult Trice Taut for Wheat.
MARKETS T.Y TELEGRAPH
LIVEItPOtif, Oil A IN.
Liveupool, April 30,2:00 p. m. -Wheat
quiet -Winter, 8s 10il9s 2.1; Spring
7s CdG2!is; California nvcrn.iro, 8.4 8tl
9s Id; California club, 9s hl&Js 4d. Corn
new U 5d.
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, April 29. 13 :0.j v.u.- Whont
quittTNo. 3 Chicago, 1 00$1 02;
No. 3 Milwaukee, 1 02; Red Winter, $104
1 13; No. 3 Red Winter, 1 13J;
No. 3 Amber, $1 101 11. Corn
quiet Steamer, 43; No. 3, 42 J4'; No. 2,
CUIC400 GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
CurcAoo, April 30, 10 a. .v. Pork -May,
$9 324; June, 9 42j9 4o. Corn
May, 835 June, 83. Wlie.nt-May, 91;
CnicAoo, April 30, 12:00. m. Pork-
June, 0 559 57. Corn May, 33 ;
June, 33. Wheat May, 90 ; June, 02 W.
Chicago, April 30, 12:30 P. M.T-Whiat
May, 90?4; June, 0293,4. Corn-
May, 33f33$5 June, 34. Pork
May, 9 4"i; June, $9 57'2'.
Special to the Republican .
Sprixopield, April 29. The Republi
cans of the house are badly demoralized.
Yesterday it was arranged by the leading
stalwarts about the st'ate-houso and in the
legislature, that the salvation of the party
demanded that a day for final adjournment
must be agreed upon, that public clamor
might be cased off. This was done, and this
morning resolutions were introduced into
both houses fixing the 20th of May as the
time for final adjournment, and both reso
lutions were as suminrrily bounced' out ot
each house. In vain did the party leaders
of Logan's cohorts crack the party lash, but
to no purpose. The statesmen had their "little
bills'' somewhere about the capital, and
they did not propose that these evidences of
fitness far future position in congress and
in Illiuois should be smothered, aud it now
begins to look as if the thirteen hundred
and odd measures introduced at this session
wil have to be caljp considered at
To do tliis will take until the
first of October, and then tht
business will have to be pushed with great
er speed than has thus lar characterized
the motions of tho assembly. Gov. Cullom
and other knowing Republicans, who are
now especially on their good behavior for
future prctermeut, are very much "put out"
nt the turn affairs have taken, nud it is
hinted in official circles that if this thing
continues he may undertake to do what
Gov. Yates did in 1802, prorogue the as
sembly and send them home.
This morning during the pending of the
adjournment resolution, Mr. Harrington,
Democrat, made a strong speech in which
he arraigned the Republican majority for
the inexcusable delay and frivolous squan
dering of the time of the legislature, charg
ing tho Republicans that the people would
hold them responsible for the waste- of
four month's timo without practically
accomplishing anything. It is but just to
say in this connection that the speaker mid
a few other Republicans have labored tis
sidoitsly to advance the business of the
assembly, but the majority of the Logan
stalwarts arc obdurate and care little for
the speaker's worthy efforts or public opin
Special to thoTlniu Joiirnal.
Washington, April 29. Tho receipt of
the veto message by the House to-day was
not generally expected, us it was thought
that it would bo submitted and passed
upon by tiic members of the cabinet at the
regular meeting and sent in to-morrow, but
the president felt that nn curly settlement
of the question would tend to relieve the
unsettled state of feeling that prevails in
business circles, and to that end a special
cabinet meeting was called last evening,
when it was read and agreed to with but
OWINO TO THE AWOl'USMRNT
of congress on account of the death of
Representative Clark, of Iowa, it was 'ot
read, and tho copies furnished tho press
came from tho White House. There is an
unusual amount of caucusing in the hotel
lobbies and barrooms, and the comments of
thu Democrats are couched lu limguugo
more forcible than elegant. Tho less in
fluential representatives of tho party,
among whom uro a largo dprlukling of
new members, oppose anything
looking to a compromise, and insist that
the only liopo of the party lies la a
WAR TO TUB KNIKK
between tho two branches of tho govern
ment, and that to recede from tho position
taken will be regarded by the people as an
admission that tho executive wb right and
they- were wrong, but while a largo nutnljer
NEW SERIES NO. 20(1.
of the lower house favor the non-compromise
plan, they do not compose the strong
arm of the party, and it is not probablo
their rash counsels will prevail.
view the situation wish a degree of compla
cency that is exasperating to their oppon
ents, and their hearty and unqualified en
dorsement of the president's course shows
that Hayes stock has goiio up rapidly with
in the last few hours. Republican members
from Ohio say that the veto will unite and
solidity the party in their State, and is
worth at least 30,()00 votes in the coming
A PROMINENT DEMOCRATIC SENATOR.
from Georgia, who is thought to have con
siderable influence with the president, sta
ted to-night that "That there was nothing
for the South to liopo for now from the
president; and they had lost their grip, and
he should hereafter give the white house a
wide birth." Tho message i3 regarded as a
strong one, and the reasons set forth for
withholding1 his approval are so broad in
their scope and so positive in character that
any attempt to modify the objectionable
clauses in the bill, with the hope of
making it acceptable would be futile.
the smrpixos of okaix
and breadstuffs to a foreign market from
i,.. yr: ....
me. jnwissiiiiu vaucy are sultering much,
loss and inconvenience growing out ot tho
quarantine established by Governor Nicli-
olls, which involves a delay of thirty days
to returning vessels, and the complaints
have been of such a serious characrer and
so numerous that the cabinets taken cogni
zance of the matter, but finally decided that
as the subject of national quarantine was
before Congress, no action on their part
would be proper.
The Ri.essi.no op Strono Nerves Is
recoverable, uot by the use of mineral seda
tives, but by a recourse to effectual tonic
treatment. Opiates and tho like should
only be used as auxiliaries, and then as
sparingly as possible. Yirgorous nerves
are quiet ones, and the most direct way to
render thetu so is to reinforce tho vital en
ergies. That sterling invigoraut, Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, will be found all-sufficient
for this purpose,'' since it entirely removes
impediments to thorough digestion and as
similation of the food, so that tho body is
insured its due amount of nourishment, and
consequently of stamina. Rheumatic ten
denies and affections of the kidneys and
bladder are also counteracted by the Bitters,
which is besides a.aJf "itiah tiicvraw'excit
ants' of commerce, ' which react injuriously
upon the nervous system.
The New Stock Speculations. The
new , combination method of operating in
stocks which Mcssrs. Lawrence & Co,,
Bankers, N. Y., have inaugurated, is at
tracting unusual attention in financial cir
cles, by reason of its remarkable success.
A customer in Providence, invested nine
times, and made over $3,000 in three
months, by using from $30 to $300 capital.
By this system, orders from thousands of
customers, in various sums, are pooled into
one immense capital, and operated as a
mighty whole; thus giving to each share
holder all the advantage of vast capital and
shrewdest skill. Profits are divided every
thirty days. Any amount from $10 to $73
000 can bo tnod iu Messrs. Lawrence &
Co.'s combination with equal proportionate
success $13 will make $73 profit in thu
month. $200 will will return $1,000, or 8
per cent on the stock, and so on ns the mar
ket varies. Tito new circular gives "two
unerring rules for success," and shows how
any one can operate profitably, Mailed
free. Stocks and bonds wanted. Govern
ment bonds supplied. Apply to Lawrence
& Co., Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, N. Y.
You Must Cure that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can lie cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will rc
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless ri the youngest
child, and no mother can ell'ord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a uittle
and if what wo say is not true we will ro
fund tlie price paid. Price 10 cts. 50 eta.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, nro you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to uso Hhl
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relievo you, and will you, contiuuo to suffer
when you can bo cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, aud 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Pertumo ''Ilackiuotack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Query. Why will men smoko common
tlilmcco when they can buy Marburg Bro't
"Seal of North Curollna"at tho samo prlcel
Envelops printed at tho Bulletin office,
$1.00 perM. Envelops furnished at Bt.
outs wholesalo List prlccifor thu next 80