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ENERAL DELIVERY opco .:3U m. Clowt
K.J U::Di.m.; hiiurlav: 4 to U a. id.
Money order Dqiurtiufiit o;eu ut8. m.; clm-en
t 5 p. ra. . '
Thr.iuh Expn-M MalU via llllnoU Contra! und
uhiiiiih vi.'uirui ii.iiirimdn clom- at U.m u. m.
Cairo Hint Poplar iilutr Throuirh aud Wuy Mull
e ur . m.
Way Mull via illlnoln Central. Cairo and Vln-
cvnii mm jiiHiMiMppl Central ltallroadii clonu at
Way .Mull fur Narrow Cause Railroad cloud at 8
Cairo nad Evnv!!U River Routo clones at 6:30
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. H.
Tn.IN AlilllVK. TIIADiS DKPAItT
Mall i-.tfi a.m. I Mall H:loa.m.
tipn.-fc S:00p.in. I E:tpru OMWp.tu.
CAIRO 4 VINCENNKSH. It.
Mall..... 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:4: a.m.
CAIROMt ST. LOUIS It. It.
Expr'"" W:tt p.m. Exprc 13:Sa.m
Aocum'dation. 5:10 p.m. Accom'datlon.. 8:45 p.m
CHICAGO. ST. LOVIH ANDNEW ORLEANS 11. K
Rxjire" 11 :Sn a m, I Exprcaa 3:00p.m.
Mail 10:30p.m. Mull 5:uua.m.
C. A. fc T
4:) a.m. I Tcxaa cxprit.t:1fip.m.
8:30 a.m. , .
Mayor-N. II. Thixtk-wood.
'frea'-ip r Edward Ui zonia.
C'lcrlt OetittU. J, Kolwr.
CoiiBflor-Wm. U. Oiibi'rt.
Marrnal C. I). Artcr.
Attorn- y WillUin llcndrickn.
Police MaKi.trato J. J. Hlrd.
HOAKO or AI.IKIIXI!(.
Klr.t Ward-Wm. OTallahan. M. J. Howlev.
SwoLii Ward David T. Lluiur, C. H. Wood
Hard. Thirl Ward-V. P. Wright. Eubirt Smith.
Kmirth Ward Cliarlex O. Patler, Jam!', Kvnaton
Filth Ward-T. W. lUlllday, Erue-t D. Pcttit.
Clrru'.: .Tudgi? O. A. Marker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. IU-vt.
County J'lditeH. S. Yocurn.
County Clerk b. J. llumm.
CoULty Attorney W. C. Mullcy.
C'ouir.y 'JY.-anurer A. J. Alden.
Mi'.'rij John Hoilk'e,.
Coroi-er It. Kitz'.'t ra.i..
County Commii'limer T. W. Halllday. M. V
Iirown. Mimm-l Ilrilcy.
AFRICAN M. E.-Fourtwiith Hrevt. Mwctii
Wa.nut and IVdur trei.t: rvtce SaMialh 11
a. m. ulJ 7 :i p. m. ; Sunday School 1 ::s0 p. tn.
CUIKISTIAN-ElitLtettith Mr.t: meeting Sab-
tutu 10: p. oi.; preuchinir occasionally.
CHURCH OK THE P.EDEEMEK-tEpl-fopai)
J Koii.-ivut'u uru.-t: Muniiuv prayer tMiMmtli)
l'l 1i a. r.. evi-nliii! pravpin. :. p.m.: Sabbath
nhool a. ui. Her. M. J. Liillon Lie. Rector.
1-IUT MISSIONARY BAPTIST ClIl'Kni
V Preathin at a m., ', p. m., and - p. m.
Salilm'a fco.;l at p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
IrniF-RAN-Thlrl-enth Hr.-et; .crvir;. Sab
j luth !1 a. rn. and ':') p. ni.; Suuday chool
ci. l'iv. Ijueri" imir. uurtor.
METIIOlIST-Cor. Eiithth ami Walnut trecta;
i'rihli' Siit.b.itlt lo.:i a. r.. and 7 p.m.;
pruu-r meftlui, S'edu-dav 7::) p. m.: Sunday
Sihiiul. p. m. Rev. A. P. Morriron. pastor.
I)RE1!YTEI:I AN Einbth tre.t: j.reachlne on
Mihn-h at 11 : a. in. and 7::ip. tn.; prayer
neellni: W-dtiendav at 7 : p. m. ; Sunday School
Kt :i p. m. P.'.v. li. Y. tM'or.'e. put"r.
CECONIl FREEWILL IlAITIsT - Firteer.th
t? f.r'--:. Ic tw.-eij Walnut aiid C'edtr f.netp; fer-
ic.-o Sa'i'mth at 3 and 7:.i p. in.
m.i day S?U.l at 3 V. m.; Ye-per, :l p.
uv oert'.ay a'
f -T PVTRK'K-'ltomiin Catholic I Corner Ninth
S nd Wa-hhietou avenue: f.ryu-.
at; s at.t io a. m.: Ve-ir. n..; ??i,;ly M
8 p ' in. ; h-r. ice every day at p. m. Kw. i ah.-..
(JAIUO CITY FEUUY CO.
IBAVr t.fAVH LEAVES
Foot Fourth ft. Mlwourl Land'ir. Kentucky Ld'g.
' g ,. m. ' ::a. m. a. m.
10 a. m. I'111 m 11 4i m
2 p.m. 2:30 p. ra. 3 p.m.
p. a. 4:0 p.m. S
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O 1' F I C K l
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Hotwwn "Wnfihlnaton nml Com"
inprcl:il Av, naiolntnn Iliumya.
-w t n j .lHiA Iwiat tlnnf 1hrlr XI iiltntl. Vpftl.
Limh, KauiMitfts Ac, aud U prepared to rvo
ir a tt
Dry Goods and Clothing,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
K0EHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Comer W'achlnstoa Avenue and EiRht Street and
corner tieventn and wahlu;;ton Ave.
A full and complgu- ninply of the bent of all
kinds meat always of hand.
LEXANDEK COUNTY DANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. BROSS. President.
P. NKKK. Vlre-Premdcnt.
II. WELLS. Cufhler.
T. J. KKKTI1, Atriant Cashier.
P. I!m. Cairo; William Klnt-o. Cairo;
IVf-r NY ft". Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo:
C. M UMerloh. K. L WUIniHey. St. Lonli;
K. Under. Cairo: .!. Y. f lemx.n l ul...l.
(iENERAL BANKINfi BUSINESS DONE. Ex
iV thanre fold und bolli'lit. luterect Uaid in ihu
Saving. Department. Collectiona madu and all
liuidtie promptly nttended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
( bartered Jlnreli 31, 1509.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL RANK,
INTEREST paid on deposit Matrh lt and Sep.
u mber in. Ii.iere-t not withdrawn i added Im
mediately tn the principal of the depotiti1, thereby
givit them couipound iutvrert.
V3T C'liildrcn and married women may deposit
money mp! no one else can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Treasurer.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
CAPITAL, SI 00,0 0 0
W. P. HAI.I.IDAY, President.
II. L. HAI.I.IDAY. Vlce l're-idcnt.
WALTER II YSLOP, Caller.
a. OTAATS TAVI.on. w. r. ItAt.MKAr,
iitsnv i.. iiAt.i.iinr, n. ii. n nnim.iiam,
U. U. W ILI.IAM-oN, KTKI'IIKN Bllll),
II. II. CANIlKG.
ExVhanje, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Denoalta received and a cencral banklns IniPineM
NEW (iUN SHOP.
II, E. INCE,
NEW GUJT SHOP,
('(inimi-rcliil Ave., oposllc Seventh st.
CAlUO, : : : H-I.lN'oi"-
Guns, Pistols, SiitVs and Locks Repaired.
1 r 1 1 ....
Keys Jltuie 10 onier.
CHOKE IlOHINti ON HUE AC II LOAD IN CI (iUNS
A M't-Ll.M. 1 1
All norK KlirniiM'Wi rum, niij.ni vie . .
him can liu obtained at any other place In the city.
....1. ....... ....1 ...,lurAn,...i. i,V,it.nn puto.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
H SMYTH CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of nil Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
.niumid SMYTH &CO. havo conMantly n inrire
iVdH' atb'mlon to the wholesale branch .f the
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
IS YOUR BLOOD PURE?
Now thl Innn Important question, for without
luni aim nnoieNomu oiooa there can bo no per
lect health, and without
llfo la a mcra harden and waatc. For Impure
blood the heat medicine, knowu i
Scovill's Wood Purifier.
It la tbo eat Southern time tried and true rem
cdy, and may be implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In the Spring time, especially for Im
pure aecretlona of the, blood incident to thai
eaonof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaint, Weak
ru-M. Ilolli', Tumor.. Swelling, aud the thou
aud Ilia that come from Impure blood.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
Sole Proprietor. '
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(2) BARCLAY BROS.. Wholeaale Agenta.
boots a xd mors.
Manufacturer and dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES
Alo dealer lu
The Rest Rand Made Boston and St.
Louis Roots and Shoes.
Work done to order on chort notlce.from the vcrr
bei"t material and a itood fit guaranteed.
IEAVE orders at mv shop, on Eilhth Kroet. next
J door to Juke Walter'. Slti o( GOLDEN BOOl'
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
BOOTS AM) SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. W Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth Slfl.
Keeps ronnantly on hand a larje assortment of
Gents and Ladies Hoots and Shoes of all styles
and nizes. and of the very best of St. Louis aud
Cincinnati Hand-made work: told rheaner than
ever before, aud cheaper than like foods cau be b-
laineu in iuo ciiy,
Alo. always on hand a larse stock of Leather and
Finding of all description, sola very close.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
COOKING Sc IIEATIXG-
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
ISeerwnrfa old stand, on Eiclith street.
Rnoflni; and GutterinL' a specialty. All kinds
of work skillfully and promptly performed aud
prices made satisfactory.
Jese IIinkle, N. B. Tuii.ti.ewoo:, J. II. Mixiiie
Fiirmer's Tobacco "Warehouse
No. 113 and li" Commercial Avenue.
rLilicrnl Advancements made on Conslsn
ments of Tobacce, Flour, aud Grain.
fWAji nts for Gear, Scott A Co. three!. ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing i. .lues.
Airents tor Champion harvesting machines, inotvera
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
CAKPENTKR AND CONTRACTOU,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between WashliiRton and Walnut.)
Estimates on building, on losses by fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
K 1.1 work Intrusted1 to him will recelvo prompt
A attention, aud will be executed lu a sat.sfactory
Horse boarded by tbo week at reasonable rate
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At prices, to suit the tlmcc, Cllvc me call
MORNING, MAY 21, 1879.
THE VERT I1EST MEDICINE '
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Sin. B. II. 8r,VEKHN' Nl M"Ch 871 ,77'
UnSVf "v'T.0!"' "';'.ro 1 ake the pen to praise the
i IZul . B(,"no,ul't " " stimulant effect,
and wo id, i-kih uh.ide. leavluK me as bad as be
S'S'i' IV, """u ot"me who read the
K'""1",1 iiilK-hl think
I. in i k if, i f 0UCB m"ra tMi,,1y hem nn that
p .2. . J; i? 1 n t0 uke Veuetlne almost two
?Lm? ! Shi ;V Kli,1'd ""'Illy until the present
.iiH. r. , ,im '"JnyloB W l"er health, and
2 l i.. H'lf nrK(i b" VeietliiH. Two year.
iflm.?i.n.rV,Jllm5ncoul,1')0"1 I've. Iwa.
tod e by eiKht doctors, some of the most .kilt-
Ji i.8 , j!"10- Tuu'r llid 1 hai1 ev,l
ainase.. includlui; consumption, heart disease, and
jeveral others, equally fatal, and must din. but
YjMtlne, Uken as a last resort, brought mc throuuh
and to that I owe my life. Since my bwaltb began
to improve. I have made a atudyof dlseaw, and find
tUO Cttlltti of Tnv avmrttiiTriM ti hvtt hiwni Tti-Mtnti
or ImllKOitlun. and I also find that Ave ca.es of
C. u,'vi'r' six, are effects of the same canae.
V hen tht f-MHl is not tiroperly digested lu the stom
acli. it becomes a poisonous, putrid mass, which 1.
absorbed Into u, blood, anil by that conveyed to
anpnru oi tbu system, causing symptom, of disease
iuui wan oi tneoriran.or ine ixxiy: ana if tnts
removed, these symptoms riecomc in
iimc wrtnmc oiseases. i nave iriven eiretluo a
luorouitn test in mvoun case, aud also lu that of
many oi my acquaintances, ana And it to be the
very best medicine extant for Dvspepsla or Indiges
tion, one of the sjmptoms of which is usually the
beiief that you have some organic disease. Iam
well known In the towns of GortVtown. Weare, and
Ntn. of thl. state (N.H.), andean furnish an
undeniable corroboration of all these statements.
I will willingly answer anv letters of inquiry iu re
Kardto my own case, or the use of Veiteilne.
Your, truly. A J. BL ItBECK.
u eoetikk is taken regularly, 'accorilinij to di
rections, a certain and speedy cure of Dyspepsia
will follow Its use.
Mb. II. R. Stevens: ?"un, Pa.
Dear Sir. For the last fifteen years, during the
mouths of May and June. 1 have been afllieted with
what the doctors called Asthma. It w as very dis
tressing, rendering me miserable, so that I dreaded
itscomlugon. I was recommended to one Veue
tlne. I took two bottles before I expetced the at
tack, aud was entirely relieved. I reel grateful to
Vegeliue. JNO. T. HALING EK.
Ill Greek st. l'hila.
eoetine has reitored thousands to health who
had been louj aud painful sufferers .
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. R. Stevens:
My mother has utfd your valuable medicine "Vetr
etiue." for Tetter aid Eruptions of the skin, and
has found great reltf by the use of it. I cau rec
ommend it for .suctcomplaiuts.
H. A. BLACKWELL.
Dec. 20, IS". : Vciontown, L'nlou Co., Ky.
Humoi's on the Face.
In thisconditiocor the kin. the Vecetine Is the
ereat n-medy. as t acts directly upon the blood.
It cleanses and pu'illei the blood, thereby cauin"
humors to dlsappar. By internal treatmeut afl
Impullties are thrwn out. Veoetixb gives good
Sood, clear comjilviioi .
II. R. STEVINS, BOSTON, MASS.
Ve?etine is Sdd Ry all Druir?ists,
FLOUR. (-RAIXASD HAY
Egyjitian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
S 5 zl
Jf EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth atreot and I
Commercial Ave., I
0. O. PATIEli &c CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Livr.ni-ooL, May 23, 2:30 p. sr
dull Winter, 8s 10d9s 4d;
7s Cd8i Cd; California average, 8s Cd
Os 2d California club, Os ldts 5d. Corn
new 4s 3d.
NEW YORK ORAIN.
New Your, May 23, 12:10 p.m.- Wheat
quiet Np. 2 Chicago, $1 0501 00;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 06; Red Winter,
tl 081 19; No. 2 Red Winter, 1 19
1 19; No. 2 Amber, l 17. Corn quint
-Steamer, 44; No. 3, 44; No. 2. 40.
CniCAOO CBAIS AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, ainy 33, 10 a. m. Pork -June,
?! Ci; July, 9 75. Corn June, i'C;
July, 3:,5B'. "heat-June, 1 01; July,
Chicago, May 23, 2:30 p. m. Wheat
J unc, 1 02 ; July, 1 02,. Corn-June,
030J; July, G78'37a'. Pork-
June, 9 Q2; July, $9
HON. 03CAP. TUUXEU, OK KENTCCliT OX THE
Iii the house of representatives, on the
17th inst., during the discussion of the
amendment to the bill relating to coinage
aud coin and bullion certificates, and for
other purposes, Hon. Oscar Turner spoke as
"Mr. Speaker, as we are discussing this
bill under the five minute rule. I will r.n.
ceed directly to the merits of this amend
ment ottered by the gentleman from Texas
(Mr. Mills). The misery that has been
brought upon this country by the financial
legislation of the last fifteen years, and
which legislation has been entirely in the
interest of the bondholder, has been so
thoroughly discussed that I will not tres
pass upon the time of this house in refer
ring to it. The masses demand relief, re
lict from the burdens of taxation and the
unjust legislation which is making them
poorer every day, while it is adding to the
wealth of the bondholders. Silver has
been demonetized by fraud, so well con
cealed that not even the members of the
committee on this floor who reported the
bill under which it was done cau give any
satisfactory account of it or fix the guilt
upon the perpetrator, as appears from the
speech of the distinguished gentleman
from Pennsylvania (Mr. Kelley), delivered
in this house May 10, 1879, and which I
refer to. ... ..
auTxtent as to moro than double the pur
chasing power of monev, thus causing a
general shrinkage in vnluo all over tho
country. It is well understood by the peo
ple. It has brought baukrupicy and ruin
upon the country. The Republican iartv
have had the power in every branch of the
Government, but instead of giving relief
they have added to tho burdens of the peo
ple, and by their vote at tins session have
shown that they intend to oppose every
measure ot linaucial relict. The people
arc looking to us to give them some relief,
and it is the duty of the Democrats upon
this floor to make the attempt, ami if it is
not successful let the masses know where
the responsibility rests. Let the president
give us another veto if he means to disre
gard the right ot the people to financial re
lief which is just and proper. Let the peo
ple know who Is responsible. Let us do
our duty as Democrats on this floor.
ow, what is demanded? Wo want free
and unrestricted coinage ot silver and make
it a legal tender tor nil amounts and all
debts, l hat is the craiM omect ot th s
bill. But that is not all the people need.
1 he great question is to put a stop to tho
interest bearing debt, to pay oft tho bonds
and to L'ive to us an increase of currency.
The amendment of the ircntlcinan from
Texas has lor its object these ends. It not
only enables us to pay olf the debt to a
great extent, by purchasing silver bullion
coining it into money, and piiyiug tor it in
greenbacks and appropriating" that silver
to the payment ot the bonds that are paya
ble in coin, but it puts the greenbacks in
circulation winch are paid tor the silver
bullion. Thus it Increases tho circulation
very largely, while at tho sanui time it ex
tinguishes the bonded debtedm.'ss of tho
country and stops the interest totheainount
of many millions of dollars. I regard this
amendment as important as the bill itself
and the author of this amendment is enti
tled t the gratitude of tho Millerin vfids
f'obieetRVilhiV'sr.me. tlmt th M'nds
cannot bo paid lu greenbacks, and at tho
same time it gives to the country a large
increase in the volume ot greenback cur
I hope this amendment will bo adopted,
and then let us substitute trreenbaeks for
mitionftl bank curreiicv. and rmv off the
bonds upon which they are founded or alwl
ish tho banks themselves which tiro dan
gerous to civil liberty wielding almost a
controlling power over mis covenum
already. 'Then let us tax tho inenmoj of
these bondholders, as wc attempted tho
other duy, if we can not tax tho bonds
themselves, and make tho landholders
bear their proportion of tho enormous ex
penditures of this government; mako tho
taxes equal mid uniform "equal rights to
all, exclusive privileges to nouo." Then wo
will have done something in the way of
substantial reliet for tho people or tho
country, And why, Mr. Speaker, should
wo not do this
The United States bonds wero originally
payable in currency. They were put upon
the market and sold at from forty to ixty
cents on tho dollar. One would have
posed when they went up to par it would
have satisfied tho avarice ot the bondhold
ers, but it did not. In violation of the
NEW SERIES NO. 286.
rights of the American people a Republi
can Congress passed tho act of March 19,
1809, making these very bonds payable in.
coin, and to udd to this stupendous fraud
they demonetized silver, increasing tho bur
den of taxation millions of dollars and de
preciating the value on labor and property
all over tho country by contracting the cur
rency, all in the interest of the bondholders
and to increase their wealth at the expense
ot the farmers, laborers and all other pro
ducing clases increasing the burden by
taking away from the people one of the
means of payment, silver coin.
And now, to-day, whon we propose to
pay olf these bonds in silver coin, we arc
met by the opposition of that same party,
voting on every proposition in the interest
of tho bond holding aristocracy of the
country, here and in Europe, and against
tho interest of the toiling masses ot tho
people, under the false cry that they want
Why, Mr. Speaker, who first created the
greenback currency and declared it a legal
tender, with unjust exceptions in favor of
the bondholder and the ' government. It
wa the Republican party. They not only
did that, but forced Democrats to take it,
at the point of tho bayonet and under
threats of guard-houses, in Kentucky, and
I supposo elsewhere. Rut thev did not
stop even there. They so organized tho
Supreme Court as to nrocnro
decision that creenbni'ka won.
lawful and constitutional mnnw
and that Congress had a right to make
a legal-tender. Now, if they aro good
enough for tho laboring-man, if they aro
good cnoguh (or tho farmer, they are good
enough for the bondholder; and I would
iiko to see every bond paid In greenbacks.
But the representatives of these bondhold
ers on this floor are not even willing to take
silver coin, but, sir, tho people will force
them to take it, or fare worse. Tho Ameri
can people will not stand this unjust dis-
iriuuiuuion tn ntvor oi tne DOnd holder
much longer. They will have a uniform
currency, receivable for all dues, public and
private, and uniform and equal taxation;
and it is just as certain as I stand upon
this floor. It is tho will of tho people, and
in a Republican government, vox populi
A yol'No mother must have some rest.
Dut how is this to bo accomplished, when
baby is restless and cries constantly? Simp
ly by using Dr. Bull's Raby Syrup.
Stimulate the Slugoisii Kidneys In
addition to its tonic and cathartic proper
ties, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, exercises
a beneficial influenco upon the kidneys and
bladder, when they are inactive, by stimu
lating them to renewed exertion, thus re
opening, as it were, a shtico for the
escape of impuries whoso regular
chanal of exit is the organs of
urination. Among these are certain
abnormal and inflaraatory elements, pro
ductive of irreparable injury of the .system
bladder themselves aro also benefitted by
this stimttlous, as their inactivity is usually
a preliminary to their disease and disorgan
ization. They also experience, in common
with other portions of the system, tho po
tent invigorativo effects of tho Bitters,
which furthermore corrects disordered con
ditions of tho stomach, IkiwcIs and liver.
. AT THE PLANTERS HOUSE.
T. Hails, Ccntrnlia; H. M. Hampton,
Memphis; W. Pilchard, Convert, Mich.; J.
P. Crooker, St. Louis; F. Goodman, Phila
delphia; R. Bell, Mt. Carroll.
Notice. to all whom it mav concern:
Tho Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with tho Bulletin, unless the
same is inado on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must bo attached tu
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work aro valid unless
the same nro endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
leu, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or Binall quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-oflke.
F. M. Wahd.
By tho Cairo
Turn (ieineinde, Sunday, 2.5th inst., at Cun
nhigliain's rovo. Every bwly is invited to
will leave Cairo at 010 a. m., and 1 p. ni.
making round trips. Fare round trip 25-
centH. The Committee.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything elso in
tho tonsorial line, remember tho placo to
go to Is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Commcr
Query. Why will men smoko common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'g
'Seal of North Carolina" at tho same pricct
WIRE SCREEN'S, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, nt my shop ou Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I havot.
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screetn.to bo made up In the latest
nml best stylo. . Prices very low.