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DAILY CAIRO . BULLETIN.
liROCEHS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
gTUATTON it RIRI),
"Wholesale G rocers
.: OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AM mr.. l'OWDE RCOMP'Y
W. STiiAi r.iK. t i i i. T. Hum. Vlmourl.
JLLINUIS CENTRAL It. 11
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iTT 1. '
Slnutiwt ttiil niftost Rnte to
St. Louis and Chicago
'I'll K onlv niiil riirtilhirtwoilsl'v trail," from Cairo
n kiiu ilir"i I .nieiil'm lih Eastern H ii- .
THAIS LEAVE l A!l(')l:10p. IU.: Fa-l ex
i,p . arrMii,- l:i Ml- Lolik :.VI i. m : ( lili nu ii::l
a m ; I 1" ;i in- ' liiiiiiieiti and Loui-vlUc Fat
l.lue.arrhi.i.' In I'lin innatl nt wfi 1. in.; Loul.vlllc
7:o a. in.; liidiauapo!l 4:1 ".In. Pawuxerv by
hi. ifuln arrive at iioe polnta
12 TO :jl Jldl'HS IX ADVANCE
Of mi) other route..
(I.l.iti tu. Yn'l .Mail. with 'U:ht ntta.-h.-d. fur
'r1' T. I.ul IS ami CHIi.'Adn. arming In st.
l.oui. lii'm p in : hli ii"i at : i p. m . oini- I
I u.' m lelln or Krtiiiijhiiiii lor Cincinnati, Loiilrvlile
FAST TIME EAST.
t v l.'Y V V P ,,v "'I" 't"c ?n 'lining
1 V..Ii.vi lilkr" , ,!,,. Kii without any
iMuv n Iiy Snnd.iy It.ic-r-iiiij'. Tim' Sntur
i!n iif'. rno..n Irnlii Irotii Cairo ntrite In New Yurie
M'.inli. v nmriiiii.' Hi lii:'. Thirty U hour" iu ad
l,ll:i" 'if aliv other rol.t"
A'li;nli" iii' iii of ' iiriip .'ilii !!ii' ' that tln-v
rivuK" better t:ni" than ri: one at" -ri-I either
Ihroii.ti lnorain r or ii- -ir-- m t -tin; pulilli .
For ihniiiir'i ll' k"t mi'l Information apply t 1111
Doi ( inlril KaiToad d.-t. I alto.
TKAINs A 1(1(1 VK AT l ALKO:
Expr-n 2 i p m.
Jlau ' '"
.1 JoHNsoN. (.'Mi l Suutln-ru Ait t.
J II .I'lNKs. Ticket A-.fi. t.
(JAIIIO ST. LOUIS R. 11.
Jjr-w iurA-u: W iti
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
rpilK tr-iiii" Iiy rnii'l romi.-rt nt St. I.icii" mid
1 K.ii st I.oiil. with ail olin T iiuc tu (lit EAs'i',
NuJ.Til ANLl sol TU
TVriHi.-h frpr'' I'-av.-. Cait'i
T'.n.n.M i-iT''m nrr:i-. ' K:il St. I.'
M Mr 'Ii i".ru ' "itiiii"'U!i'ii i"n'- '
.V'ir;.!.t-""t" .11 ' arr'M-ni Mi.ri.liy-
Vlin'-.iih ftpr i' '. M.
Thro i.'. i i . . r - arriv. ftt i nlrn
M i. r.. I.' i !.-:i.. V 'I rt-:i !.'
. . !.):'! n.m.
1 1!? i; I', p.m.
i:n. S:ISp in.
irv .V. p.m.
. . t: n.m.
. . -V'" a.m.
. at slfi
JlhAl li.Mbl.li i!,t rml t. tin- oi.ly Al l.
1: II l:ul I K l.i t.-' ii i mho ami st. i."iu nii'l' r
,.,: Iirill-lll'-tlt : tll'T' t'lf ttl'T.' r-' 1K1 ll'lllat
w iv . I'i.ni- aaii!n i-.ii.ii.- ' i n- f i nih'-r iiiii--.
r !.., . r fiiii- N'irt!i. Nuri'i'-n-t ami " -"t
::..iil.l li.it n:y th'-lr tli ''-t. in.'.U tli'-ji bv t-xaaj-Ii,
1 ir.i" rnif.'ainl runt-'.
I, M JiiIIN'sdN. li. ti' nl M:it:nj -r.
(.. T MIITI.i K. I'lt i j' r A:-nt
4N. Ii MNsliiS. Kr'-;.'litA."
jjITuoT VI NCKNNKS ll.U.
. m k www'
trW W W
iM MM IV THE MI'tKTKsT IMiCTE TO
4-MIllVTIIK sHui'TKST TO UHMS
1 M I 1X VII.I.K. ( IM'INNATI. HAL
T1MUI1K AND WAsllINiiTuN.
)l MIT IV THE sllu(TKT TiMMMAV-.it-
VUKK AND liUS'luN
six nouns savkd
C'V'T iruliiit of all i.iIht ruid- makliii; t ho nunc
J f 'iiMi.ii!i'ra liv ntli.T rmitt a t" imil' rnniH'C
lluiiK niii-t riil" nll'lilitltt. wnilli'u' IruiiMin- 'ii'lt
l;'iur ut ttinll I'oiiutrv tiilliin Ir Irulu of cuu
li -1 i u if nmiln. tV
) l.'M l.'M P l.'PTIIE KAi'TniM 'nk" our4:r)
J I j.U I ..'1 1 1 .. U r , t! :,ii, r'-:n hlui! Kviiiih
W. li.iliiimipnllM. citic'iun'M nml nil -1. ill- mno
il-iv. Trnliia Ivnvv anil nrrlvi' at i.'bIm a l'iill'i:
M 'ill lmv.' IB.
.Mull rrlv.' 10:nii.m.
Tlirwiith lloki-ta inul t li k to nil laiportaut
r'.' A VII.I.KII ltusWEI.I. MII.I.EK.
(n ii'l Airi'nt. i ii'tit-riit Sup t.
I,. II. C III Hi ll. I'...'iiii.T A'." iit.
gT. I.., I. M. k S0UTJ1EUX.
Tli no (.'i i I'll:
Espri'.a li'nv-a Cuirn ilully
j;pri'ii arrlvn nt Cairo 'Jully
If vnii ri n man f 1I" .k-tn-l ' tliu
Uriiln or vmir tl ttt !.. nviilil allinuliiiila tinu take
I IOl HITrUKKS.
If von nr" a mini or IfitiT". tolllim iivit your mlil
Uljilil work, to ri'itori' liriiln ami iutvm wulc, tuku
If you tiro ymuiit. inul niill'i rlinf frtt uuy ImlU
i ri'ilon or illpoiiiatlnn. laku
If yon iiru liinrrli'il or alnlii, old or vdiiiiu. atlllVr
I tl 4 1 1 ni pour lii'iilili or latn.'iil'liliiK 0,1
a IhmI of l' ktii'a., tuku
Wlioi'Vi'r . von lire wlinri'ViT ymi am, w lii'in'vi-r you
li'i'l Hint your ayainni iH'i'iln rlcimnhiix. lonlnK
or "iliniiliilliiu. ivlilioni liitoxlcailiii;, tuku
1 -I.OI? HI.TTKUS.
llavn ymi ilvupi'pilft. klilncy or nrliiiir.v roiiiilalnl,
dlni'iii' or tin' atoiiiiK h, tii'l. Iiloinl, llvi'r, or
imrvi'al You will ho ruri'il If yon laku
If you arc nlmply iilllnu. nri' wuk ami low rulr
lli'il, irv Ii ! tin v Ii, Inilat upuN tl.. '
Your ilriiKiflxt Ici'pa It.
It tun nuvg your llfu. It but ravuil huuilrud".
WATCHES. JEWELUY, ETC.
Edwaud A. BlTDEK
(Succcaaor to E. 4 W. Dtiik-r),
Anil I)ciil"r la
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
M USICA L I XSTRUM ENTS,
('(ir. Ei;'litli St. ami Wasliinytoii Avp.
Watclinniker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Ilctw im ii Commi-n-lnl mi'l I p., J ... . Til
Wuniiiiijfiuii avu., )' v.rtllli, J 11.
FIXE WATCHWOKK A SI'ECIAI.TY.
t""E:.i!iavli.4 ami all kiU'Ia of n-pjirln D -atly
Cr".ll kluiln of Hnllil Juwolry nnilu toor.l'-r
VHUI.KAI.E Wl.NfcS AMI I.lyl'Kn
Wlio!f.i!f and Iii-t.i!l I)i-a!iT iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
"Vines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
Mrssl!. SMYTH 4 CO. Iihvc rotit-ii:!ly n lar'
l k of tli" I" M t'loil. ii: !li" luark-tt and ift-'t
i-.pi-rlal atli-i.tliiu to Ui'- wbulcai" !ir-in:li of lliu
I'Al.NTS. (ill-x, WALL PAPKU. ETC.
Wimluw (Vla-s. Wiinlow Shailcs, Etc.
A!.iy ou hand tUe ci-.i-lirut'-l n.i.i i: satin u
BrW ImildiiiL'. Cum-1.
Iin-1' lal An.. I
I.W UAM E.
J NSL'HANC E AOENCY OF
Wells A: Kektjl
Uritih Aineriea ! Aii'T'iv..
Af I'lItilE. ' Kir.; and Mirim- iMnlvl.li:. N.J.)
Jlllnlllt , A-. . j(1.4i.'.!; 01.
I 'n !. .11 1 'f I'liliadi i li!a; i-i!ilWi"d in liH.j
I IllOH , A--.-' t-. ,ttl. li'-J.'ni.
WsKS WUl'ITEN AT KAIIl KATES,.
OlH'-o In .Vloxaiuli'i' County lliinlc.
Z2 Z 5
HOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
MOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cmniiii-rrliil Avi'iiuo, l:t. ( f'lijiio Til
Mxlli nuil Scvi'titli utn. VilUllj ill.
r"pAKES iilcintir" In annmini inffto M' pntrotia nnii
1 tlm ptilillr irrni'rally tliat bi' liac run'iitlyriTidvi'il
tin; Illicit nml tnol fi'l'i'i't iiloi k of l.i utlii'lii of i'wtv
ili-ni-i-lpllnti rviT lirnilL'lit to tliln cltv. All work lii
IiIk Iluu i'X'rut"il promptlv unit III lii'il maiiniT.
Kniliu 'iitlatiu'tlou ifi vi-ti In "-ry IiibIuiii ii. I'riici
ri'iixoiinliUt. A tiordiiil Itivllutiiin i't"tnli'il to nil tu
call and I'xnmltip l'imiiIh nml U'tirn prlrca.
EliFcATION A I..
j JLOOMIXUTOX LAW SCHOOL.
Jtiilif" It. !, Ili'iijniiiln. Di'iitti Eli'tni'tilnry nml
Coni'tltiitloiiiil I.nw. .luilitii o. T. lt"i'vi'. TortH
mill h.uliv. o. VV. Aldrli h. I'll. II. I.I.. II.. Con
trai ti' mid U al I'ropi'rtv. II, in. I.nw ri'tii'ii Wtdiluti,
I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 -t . A. ti. Karr. 1. 1.. II., Kvlilciirv nml Iriinl.
mil I.nw. Hlploina on tuoyi'iirn ntti'iidnni'i'. nilinlta
to Hi" 1 tu r of lllliml", I'rly," for IivhI cmiiii i uat Ion
on ttlinl" ciitirai'. Klrpt prlii, SIUM; '.'ml prlKu, S.Vi:
Thri'i' li'riii" ii yuiir, Tullloii jil.Y pi-r Iitiii, Kiill
ti'rin Iii-kIiii- Tliiir'luy. Si'pii'inlnr I'i, IKiK. For
lurth'-r I it in mi ut ion npplylo A. U. KAKK, llloom
UNIVKHSITY OK VIIilNIA.-lfliwai..ii' liii.
Iliia mi tin1 Klrl of OiioliiT. nml roiitlniii'a iiIiih
luniitli", Tin' liiutlliilloti l nrmuilr.i'd on lliiMdii'
tlvi' ayali'tn. tllvlutf tliu fllldi'til friH' tlioli'ii nl rtml
li'a, will) Itlll uolirai'a Initio Wi'luiola of I 111' Aimli'
ni lc lii'pnittni'iit unit In tli" Hrlioola of l.nw,
.Mi'illi'liui. Kiiitliioi'rln mill Aitrlmlttim. Knr rut
nliiiitm npplv to ilia Murroliiry uf llio Kuiiilly, 1'. O
t'lilvi-raity of Vlrulnln.
JA.MtSK. llAltlllSON, M l).,
Cuiilrm iiluf liU Faculty .
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
Sneezing Catarrh, Chronic Ca
tarrh, Ulcerative Catarrh,
leriuanently cured by
Siiiifori,' Hi -lli-.il Cur" for Cartiirrh l a ufi;. cor
tain, and pi'ruiaiii'iit rnr for otturrh of I'vry form,
and la tin- mont lu rfi ct p ini-dy I'ver Ui'ilii'il.' ll la
tmri'ly a n -.'i-tiililu dl-illliitloii. nml la Bpiillrd loi-nl-Iv
Iiy iiiKiilll-itloii, and mimtlttitiomillv Iiy lnti riiiil
ad in In I ntpil ion. I.ul ally upplii'd. n-liif Ik iiiatmit.i.
iii'oii.. It iiilii . li'-al. and rli-aiiM " tliu nttul
pai.;ini' ol rvry fi-rliiiu' of ln-nviiii-.n. oliotriirti'iu,
iliillui'"" ordi:ii:.. t. oiiHtitiiiionally ailinlui-ii-r-i:d
It ri'iloviiti-ii ih" IiIimmI. purlHia It oftlieailtl
il-ili witti vi ti I r a f n a. iliarii-.l Iu ntnrrli,
"linniliiti-a tli" lotiin li. liver ami klilin'.v. pi-rfi-i ta
illiturtlfiu, inuki " ii"w hlooiL and pi-rniUa tin; form
ation ol aoiiml. lii-ultliy ilinin. mid rllinlly olitiiiiia
tninpli-ti: control over the ill'i-axi1. Tin; ri'hiirkaldi'
i-'iralli-" ikjU'W. mhi'ii all oiln'r r.-ui.-illi-o utti-rly
(ail. of Sandlord'a U.idii al t urn, are att''at':d l.y
tbiiii.indi ho crati-fiiily n-iomini'iid it to f"!lo,i-Hi:fli-riT.
No utatriiii'iit 1m Hindu r".'iirdliiir it that
i.aniiot In- mli-laii'l'iti'd liv tliu tno-t r-ie-tuli!!
nml ridinlili' n-f.-Min-i Fi. It ! a ifn.-ut and ::ood until
Ii iii". and worthy all ionllil"in ". K u h pm ka.'i;
i-'Miinli:" a t.-i-atii'i' on rntarrh and Dr. Saiiford'a Inn
iroi"d liilmilliu' Tii'i". and full dlwtioiin for it
in-" In all caw.-. 1'rici- $1.
All Kntliiisii'.stic Fricml of Sanfunrs
Ratliral ( tire.
Mi HaTtov. (iu.isT A llitows'a Kiiik anb )
MaRISR I.Val HAM E AoKM'V.
-J. I'iliu Siri'i-t. St. Loui., Mo.. KVb. 7, IS" I
A. A. Mmxitn. WaabliiKtou A v., Illy.- Diir .M"l
Hit: I have fur mnif yvara bi'i-n troulili-d w ithi a
turrli. pud lor tin- na-t tuo yi-ar have Mifl',-ri-d w-r-l'iii"!y
with It. Notii-iiiL' voitr BdviTlii'tii"iit of
Sanlord'a Jti itii'dy i Hadiral I'uro), I ducldi-d to try
it. I have uai'il onlv two iMittlra. and ua a r'-iult I
f""l m mui:!i relieved tl.at I p'-riiiiH' on our person
al relation and writ" thin to ymi and a-k that you
tiike i-onie nii-siiren to jr -t It more priitiilii'-ntly be
fore tin; puliiir. that otln-rn may have aucb relief a
I have. 1 have promtm-tied It toiiilt a iinitiherof
my i'ri'-ndv all of whom have exiireaned to ine. their
hii'h .tiiiiate of its value and good effect with
I r"i!ly think It partlrularly adnpti'd to want of
st I.ouh people, and they all ouht to know of It,
and thou! who need it .hoiiltt try it. I will rli-k the
a.M-rtioti that Mm 1 o.. vialu an-a .ainplei to Ik-iv-n
rway will f.-ll a- many tiottli-n.
Trv aoriie plan. Let the' people have It : tln-y
ll""d it. I believe I I-Ollld Hell .'l bottle !liyef
of i-our-e vou could lar-.'elv lmr;aw tbl" iiiiiiiIkt
Why not irj Itr Your-tru'lv. WM.UoWKN.
Sold by nil wholesale and retail drilL'.diti' mid
!ealer in ni.'dii.iiie tbrouhout tb" Culled State
and l Bini'la-. WEKKS j: J'oTTEIt. (.eiieral
A.'- iit-ainl wlinl"ale dni:,L,!-l. I(""t"ii. V-i.
II 1IKUM AT I SM
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
MEssps. WKKKS ,v puiTEi:: il-ntlemen-iiii.-
,-iir iijo hi-.. e..-d w ii,'i a i' i,r': auaikof
l!ln iinmtl-iii In my ri.'ht hip. to wbb-li I wa anil-j'-rt.
1 tried He; ijiriou- liiiiui"iit" uiid rbeiimiitii
i nr,-". ti rt with", it !"i-t l"-ii"iit. when my.nii. a
il-i.ji-t. .ni-ti-d one ol lour ' . tl I ii. - ' Voltaic
lIi."t.-r". Th" eff'-i t wa" ii!nni"t majb ul. for. to inv
.r-itefiil "iirii-e. I i alinort liiiiie-diat'-ly well
a .'a in. and a able to work upon my farm a n-ual.
when-ii". before the appliiaUou of the pla-ti-r. I
roiild do iiothiti'.', and i-M-ry .ti-p ."iv" me pain. A
lew week" "iiiie. one year front the ilr-t attack, the
di" a-" ri-tiinii-'l. but t am happy to -ay the "ecoiid
nroii-'! in, ertVri-iu'i- a" Civ lir-l.and I mil now well.
Slvwife wil:i ni" t-i aid tint one planer liu
cured IKT of a very la nn; back. Wethllik there. I"
liothlii.' iu the wtir'd of retii'-ilii 1 tliat can com par"
with t in; I ollnii' Voitaic l'iu-ter lor rliciiiinitl,ii
.-nut iani" b:i 'k. and cli" -r!':ili lecoinmend them to
trie ulliT'iii! Your" verv re")i"' tl'illv.
oiii.ami. M,;.. .I tine ii. 117", KolIKKT CO.MTON.
NOT A ylACK NoSTl.TJr.
liKNTi.tv-N -I li.-rebv cirllfy tliat for Heveral
yean" )ci,t 1 li ii" un'it tin1 Voitaic I'la.t'-m tn my
prnein c. and haie never known tln-m to tail lu
iitl'ordlir.' "pi--dy rell"! Ill tbo.e cii"e for which they
are recoiiiuieinluil. Th",v are not a quack mwiruni.
but a remedial ti.-ut of L'reat vnlii". Verv trulv
yiniw. W. c. i ol.LI.Vs, .Si. I). '
III iKripoUT, Me., May JT. 1H71.
PRICE 23 CENTS.
T!" car-fnl to oliiaiu l olllii"' Voltaic I'lat-T' n
coiiililnation of electric and voltaic platiw with n
hi 'tiiv nn-dlcaleil pla-ler. " "ecu III the nbovei iii.
Sold liv all wholei.iie mid retail driii'l"tn through
out th- C'lited stale" and r'aii'idin.aiidbv WEUlvS
.V I'OTTK.K, pronletor. Ii0"ton. Mna,
I'll Y SI LOGICAL
Arie of rarriap;(?!
A Ouldc to Wedlock nml
Hi I'litlu trealUe on the
ilillle. of iniirriiii.e unit llie
AND "a i"e" that utillt for It; the
M 1 1 1 J I ( Jl.'-'cret of Keprodiictlon ami
-M 11111 liw '-'the Hlea"" of Women. A
book for private, coiifldcriite reudiusj, irn) paKcn,
Price M cent".
A PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISEHI
On nil dlnrder of a prlvite nnturn nrl'lnt; from
ell HhilHu, exi'UMea, or nccret iUeacii. with the heat
lueaiia of cure, W4 Inr'.i' tHL'". price Ml centn.
A clinical lecture on tile allow ilbo-iiie nnd Ulnae
of the throat. Iuiir, catarrh, rupture, the npiuiu
huldt, etc. prlee in cent",
Either book unit po-t-pnld on receipt of price: in
nil three, containing 5ix pacf, beuulilully llluMrn
ted, for 7, cent".
AddroaDH. lU'lTS, No. U N. Sill (., St. Loui
men. loan ol vitality, prciiiatnre weiikueHn. enerva
tion of mind and h'ndy. dlaorder of the brain mid
tiervoiiv nvHti'in. ami mlerlea reattltltni theri'lrotn.
apiHiillly cured by HATES' M'liC'IKIC. I'repurcd
by an eminent phynlclau: f a cnae, i lor i'r, aold bv
ilruiritlta. For clrcuhir with full tiartlcitlnra. ail
(Ireaa ll. HATES, ill.) Stnte utreet. I'lilcauo, 111.
hiwpllnl, IK" Kunt Waillllitoil atreet, Chlcililo, for
the cure of all private chronic nml p"clul ill.eii""".
SKMINAt, WHKNKaa, NKIIVlim IIKIIII.ITY mill l.imT
VAMiiion. permanently cured. Dr. O. I" a itradunte
of the Iteform School, nnd hum no niercitrvi hn the
Inrncit lirnctlce lu the I'nlted Stutea. Laiiikh re
ijiilrliii treatment, with liniiui and bourd, call or
write. Every convenience for pallenia. Send llftv
edit" Tor MA It HI AUK liCIHK! trr.1 ilV" lllitlrat
ed. .Married Indieamiilueullemeii n-nd tl tl V cenl"
lor "ample of rubber unoda nml circular of liuporl
nut Information bv expr". ('iin.ullalloii fr e anil
coiillilciilliil. Ilellnblu Kcmnle I'lll. $," n bot.
,t AVU.A IV l...i.o,.,,,t .,,1.......,. ,. I.
(JO'11' '""''H HtnjilB Hood" to dealer". No
H. A. CH ANT A CO., si, 4. 0 8 lloini) Hi.. Cin
l".'rtUOI.D PLATED WATi'llKS.
i".rtUOI.D PLATED WATl'IIKS. ( I neat III
Ailth world, Hinnple n nlch Free to Aiienl., Ad
V'ilrt... A f'lll'l 'Plfll I'll I'I. I........ III.
The Orlkllliil and only ab'olille
cure Send atauiii for bunk on
Opium Entliui, to W. I), Squlra, Wurthlinjtou,
Urvcuu, County, luil.
MOUSING, AUGUST 21, 1878.
MARKETS IIY TELEGRAPH.
LivEKi'ooi., Au;unt 23. 3 :13 p.m. Wheat
wi'iiki r Winter, 02iliii!) 4J; Spring
0h!).i1 ; Calilornia iivtTiiy', 10s 2il 1 0.s Oil (
C'ulil'omiii cluli, 10s HiligilOs Oil. forn
new, 2:J-i OiliJs Oil; oM, 27m 'Mli 0.1.
CHICAflO flHAIN AND PHODl'CE.
CmtAdo, Aiiftiit 2:1, 10:00 a. m.
Corn AtiLfust, '.M liM; Siiptimilicr,
:Wa'; Octolicr, :iH l.iil, Wliciti Sep-ti-inliiT,
01 a' l.i.l; Octolicr, 8!). Pork
Septi'intiiT, ('.) 03; Octolicr 88.
CincAfio. August 23, 1 1 A. m. Pork
Scpti'inlirr, p (10 bill; Ottulier, 0 73.
Corn unchanged. Wheat September,
9202'j ! October, lio.',
Ciiii Aiio, August 23, 12 M. Whent
September, 02: October, H'.)Ji. Corn
August, 38 bill; September, nskeil;
October, 38Jb bill. Pork-Seitember !
fi23' bi.l; October, if 0 77)1.1.1.
New Yohk, August 23, 1 ;20 p.m. Wheat
piiet Winter, tinner; No. Chicago.
$1 17; No. 2, Milwaukee, $118; ltd
Winter, $1 03(&1 12; Amber, t 03(1 12;
No. 2, Iteil Winter, 1 091 0!). Corn
ijuii-t unit steady steamer 4748; No.
3 4ii4'; No. 2, 48i(it4s:i4'. Gold, 100.
THE FLAG I E.
HEPOIITS FROM THE FEVEU-SlilCIv-EN
CITIES NOT ENCOURAGING.
IMltEACK IN THE NCMIIEH nK CASES AT
MEMPHIS THE DISEASE filtOWIMl MOKE
MAI.Hi.NAXT AT NEW OHI.EANS VICKMH Hil
THE (I HEAT EST SIKKEKEU IN PltOl'OllTION
I Special to tin; Kcpulilic.iu.
Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 22. We are in the
mid-tof very little lite and a great deal ol'
death, to-duy, in this deserted, plague
stricken city. The increase nf the number
of new cases in the past twenty, four hours,
where there iit nothing in the weather
to ju-tily the expectation of such
increase, has the tendency to intensify
anxiety and shake cotiridenee in the ability
of our medical people to cope with the fear
ful malady. The increase of the disease
yesterday lias caused hundreds to leave the
city to-day who had made up their minds to
remain and assist in iilleviatini; the suffer
ing, and the reports of continued increase
to-dav will drive hundreds more .tway. The
doctors say h t them go; it is the quickest
and surest way to subdue the disease by de
ix.pulating the city so that it may 'have
nothing to feed on.
In tlie midst of this gloomy aspect of af
fairs there is consolation in the fact that
tin physicians have control of the disease,
evinced in the number of patients conval
escing, a number of w hom have already re
ceive'! their disehaiite. We have "just
heard fmm mie of the citzi"!isof Cainp'.Joe
Williams that the two little orphan irirls
adopted by the lilutl City Grays ut 'that
camp have been stricken with" the fever
and werecarel'iilly provided for by Dr. Otey,
physician in chargi' of that camp. Tlie
ciiuiuistiinces surrounding these little girls
have aw akened milch sympathy, and all feel
a deep interest iu their fate.
On yesterday vistor Stoddard, of th" How
ards, went to the countre of Mr. Henry Me
Call, on the corner of Puntanc and Walnut
streets. There he witnessed u .scene that
melted him to tears, The lather mid mother
were lying in a dying condition on the same
bed, standing around which was their six
little children, not old enough to realize the
sad condition nf their parents. There was
no one present, not even a nurse. A nurse
was immediately dispatched to the house
by the Howards, but it will be too late
to do inure than care fur tin; little oit"s so
soon to become orphans. Another affecting
incident ncctmvd to-day at the Citizens' Re
lief committee rooms. Three little chil
dren, two of one family and one of another,
whose parents had died of the fever, were
brought in to he provided for. Mr. C. W.
(!oyer, learning the fai't, hid them sent to
the Pmtcstnnt nnd Odd Fellows' orphan
asylum. Many just such incidents nre
transpiring daily and many inoru may be
expected before our trouble i over.
Mayor Flippin has issued a rail upon
irtiperty-ow iters to make advances on their
taxes for 1878 so that hu can pay the city
Hiiphiyea cnoiioli to 'keep tliiim'aiiil their
families from want. In response to this
call about six thousand dollars has been
W. II. McNulty, second clerk of the
Arkansas river packet Maunielle, w hich was
tpiiirautined in the Arkansas river six miles
below Little Hock, arrived on the City of
Alton to-day havingcome down the Arkan
sas river 2M) miles in a skill". He reports
the Martin Speed, another Arkansas packet,
also in tpiarantine 73 miles below Pine
liiull", not being allowed to go higher
up the river. He reports till well on both
The board of health reports to-day 31 new
cases nml 10 deaths.
The dead of to-day nre as follows ;
E. Shilder, aged 23 years.
W. II. Hodges, 33. '
Inn. Madison, 40.
Sam Davis, 23.
Mrs. Rachel Cole, 34.
Henry Schult,, 33.
Thomas S. Clav, 33,
Antony Sehwuli, 48.
Doc, Herger, colored, 40.
Philip Ilurton, colored, no age given,
There nre tl deaths reported from other
caimes, of which six were white and live
Thus, R. C'loyd was ticket ngent ut tint
dept of the Memphis nnd Charleston rail
Mad. It will bo Keen that, two colored men are
Included iu tliu deaths from yellow fever to
day nnd several are among the new cases ic
portod. A speciat telegram to the Appeal from
Helena announces the death there to-day of
Gertie, Weathers, a Memphis refugee, of yel
low fever. The event caused a stampede
of the citizens of that place and a more
rigid .enforcement of quarantine. The
special says the town is picketed to prevent
any one Irom Memphis or elsewhere from
ViCKsnnio, August 23. Yellow fever is
attacking the negroes. A number have
been stricken down to-day. It is estimat
ed there are fully fifty new cases to-day
and ten deaths tip to 3 p, m. There is great
need of physicians. Drs. Hobbins and Ilal
four are improving, nnd in fair a way of re
covery. Some estimates there are (100 cases
of yellow fever here, but the general esti
mate is a little over 300. Sherilf Flanagan,
of Warren county, publishes a call on state
and county officers throughout the country
for financial aid to the sulferers here.
The following explain themselves:
YifKsnnto, August 22, "79.
Hamad Chopplu. Pruslduut Uoard of lleallh.
The epidemic is rery violent ami malig
nant, much more than in New Orleans.
There is great want of nurses and physi
ciaus. Five of the regular.'orps of M. l)'s
are absent from their post. There were 23
deaths yesterday from yellow fever. Can
you help us Eo.G. Basks, M. 1).
New Ohi.eans, August 22.
Dr. E. G. rinuk. Vkk"buri(.
Sorry to hear of your distress. An epi
demic is the battle-Meld of the true physi
cian. Will see the Howard association to
furnish yau with aid.
Ham. Choitin, M. D.,
President Hoard of Health.
The board also received a dispatch fmm
the mayor of Vicksburg, asking that four
physicians lie sent there. The dispatch was
referred to the Howard association.
New cases. 88: deaths, 58.
Up to 7 p.m., 110 new cases and ten deaths
had been reported to the Iioard of health
since noon. These will be included in
to-morrow's rciiort. Funerals continue to
later hours than usual. One was reported
this evening after 7 o'clock, lanterns being
used for lights.
A dispatch from Morgan City reports one
case of yellow fever there.
Jackson. Miss., Aug. 22. Not twenty
white families nre left. AH thestate officials
or those having business w ith any of the
departments can communicate us usual, al
though state business is almost totally sus
pended in consequence of the blockade.
Favorable news comes from Canton. A few
cases have occurred out in the country,
KIItsT DEATH AT LonsVII.I.E.
Lorisvii.i.K. Ky August 22. H. R. Da
vis of Grenada, died at the Waverly hotel,
this city, this morning of yellow fever. He
was taken sick Sunday, but had the germ of
the disease in his system beforecoming here.
This is the first d'euth from yellow fever iu
Holly Si-kings, Miss., Aug. 22. The
commissary here, by direction of the com-missiary-general
at Washington, will send
to sufferers at Grenada 3,000 rations each of
tlour, beans, cotfee and sugar, 3W) pounds
each of biicoii and jinrk. "Three c;w.s of
fever here, nil refugees.
Cincinnati August 22. A new hale of
cotton, the first of the season, from Missis
sippi, was sold on Change this noon for
$1,133, and the amount has been dispatched
south to aid the fever stricken cities. Evans,
Lippencott & Cunningham, and C'nas. hluhn,
provision dealers, have instructed the au
thorities of Memphis and New Orleans to
draw on them for 100 each for the benefit
of yellow fever sulferers.
HISTORY OF A CRIME.
DEDICATED 10 THE SWINDLED PEOPLE OK
THE IN IT ED STATES.
The Senator from Kentucky (Mr. James
B. Heck (gives a succinct history of all the
bonds that were sold each year and the
juices that were paid and the int"rest that
was given, and from which it appears that
the bondholders up to 1809 had received
over $100,000,000 of profit before they even
got the Drincioal. Here it is:
i In 1803 the government sold 0 tier cent
5-20 bonds to the amount of $ito,H82.l50,
and received for them greenbacks at their
f ice, dollar for dollar. Tlie demand now
is that these bonds shall be paid in gold
ut their face, and yet, owing to the depre
ciation of greenbacks at the time of their
purchase, only $44,030,041) in gold was
paid for them. This makes a clear specu
lation of $10,031,801 in favor of the lionil
holder in this first transaction. On this
clear speculation the bondholders have re
ceived interest for eleven years, amounting
to $1 1,187,188, which added to its principal,
makes the sum of $28,l:'8,9se,i already re
ceived in that single transaction, for which
not one dollar was ever paid.
In 1803 the giivennient sold of the same
kind of bonds $IOH,9S7,550, for which it
received an equal amount in greenbacks.
A standard authority placed the average
price of gold in that year at $1.58 in cur
rency. It will thus be seen that these
bonds cost their purchasers but $10l,Mni.
854 in gold, leaving a prolit of $5!,oini,iiiMl,
without including the interest. For ten
years, however, the government has paid in
terest on this naked profit, this principal,
without any consideration. The interest
thus paid amounts to $35,458,017, which,
added to this fictitious principal, makes
$94,533,713. now In the pockets of the
bondholders on that year's operations, for
which they never paid anything.
Iu 1804 the government sold these bomts,
amounting on their face to-$381,292,250.
A;ain the government received only depre
ciated paper for these bond obligations, and
at that time our currency was enormously
depreciated, if tried by' the gold standard.
The price of gold during that year was tin
average of 201 in currency. The sale ol
these bonds, therefore, which are now as
sumed to be gold bonds, only realized to the
government $199,097.0110 iu gold, less than
oiie-hall'of their 1'aen value. There was left
to the capitalist who speculated in them as
purchasers the. hnmi'itno profit of $101,304,.
0I4. This w is the utnoiint of the broker's
shave, and on it he has drawn Interest from
the people ten years, amounting ut this
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time; to $1 14, 0311,709. Add thiT principal,
which stands as pure speculation, and we
find that the bondholders havo made as
clear gain, as something for nothing, the
sum of 300,351,383 on the one vear'a
transaction of 1804.
In 1805 the government sold bonds to
the amount of $279,740,150, on which it
suffered a discount of $71,532,000 nt the
hands of capitalists. The interest ulready
paid by the people on this discount reaches
$38,027,307, making this year's operations
realize tor the lxuidholdcrs $110,159,307,
for which not one cent was ever paid.
In 1800 the government Hold $124,914,
400 of its lMinds for which it received de
preciated paper amounting to $98,591,773
in gold, according to the then price of
gold. The difference between the face of
these bonds and the amount they realized to
the government was $39,332,027. Eight
years' interest received on this shave
amounts to $17,434,530. Adding this inter
est and its principal together, and wo find
that the bondholders have received $53,757,
183 out af this year's sale of bonds for
which not one dollar ever left their coffers
or reached the Uuited State treusury.
In 1807 the government sold of its bonds
the immense sum of $421,409,550. The,
purchasers paid for them $302,215,503.
leaving a clear profit to them on the op
eration of $1 18,254,047. Taking the inter
est on this profit for seven years amount
ing to $40,001,894, already paid, and the,
speculators have in their pockets, if thess
bonds are to he paid in gold, the sum of
$107,915,741 on this year's brokerage, and
for which they never gave a farthing in
In 1808 the government sold its bonds
to the still further amount of $425,444,800.
Their purchasers paid $312,820,323 for
them, clearing by that annual speculation
the sum of $112,017,477. Add six years'
interest on this bonus, amounting to $10,
542,288, to the luinus itself, and we find
that these traffickers in a nation's perils
have received in this ojierutiou $133,159,
705 of the people's money, for which not
the slightest equivalent was ever paid into
the United States treasury.
In addition to the foregoing 0 per cent,
bonds the Government ut different times
during the years mentioned issued and sold
$195,139,550 of lumds bearing 5 per cents
They realized to the goverment $122,957,
410. thus leaving the purchasers a net profit
of $72,182,149. Interest already paid on this
prolit amounts to $20,1 15,024, which added
to the profit itself, makes the sum of $98,
297,804 as the amount now in the pockets of
the bondholders growing out of their opera
tions in the 5 per cent Ixmds, and for which
there is not the slightest consideration.
An account of the bondholders' clear
prolit arising from no investments at all
may therefore be stated iu the following
tabular form :
On account of 3 per cent bonds 99,297,804
This statement, Mr. Heck asserts, was
carefully and truthfully prepared. It needs
The Jewish Advancy of Chicago contin
ues to warn its readers that the Jews will
entirely disappear as a distinct race if the fa
tal and incr 'using tendency to intermarriage
with Christians is not checked. A daughter
of the late Isaac Friedlander of San Fran
cisco, the colossal grain speculator, mar
ried a Christain with her father's consent,
and two children of a prominent ami
orthodox Jewish minister of Berlin have
recently married out of their ancestral
faith. In the posthumous writings of Dr.
Geiger, the famous rabbi of Hodin, is pub
lished a letter from Mr. Bischoffsheim, a
distinguished Jewish scholar of Paris,
written in 1872, in which he says: ''The
majority of the Parisian Israelites have cast
nside ceremonial and ritualistic observances
to such an extent that they continue Jews
only in name. Many of the best and
wealthiest families attend no synagogue,
nml, what is worse, marry their daughters
to Christains. If the wives do not them
selves embrace Christianity the children,
at least, are certain to be raised in that
faith. The ultimate result of all this can
only be the gradual transfer of tho Jewisli.
people to the prevailing religion."
A Healthy Body and a Clear Head.
If indigestion constipation and biliousness
torment the body, the head cannot be clear.
These diseases react upon the brain most
htirtfully, and produce a cloudiness in the
organ of thought not experienced by a,
healthy man. Happily these brain-oppressing
maladies may be entirely dis
pelled by that peerless alterative, ITos
tetter's .stomach Hitters, which cheers,
refreshes mid invigorates the brain
and nerves, while it regulates the or
gans of digestion, assimilation and bilious
secretion. It expels the morbid humors
which poison the system through the bow
els and urinary passages, and exerts a pow
erfully invigorating intliience as- well. Its
cathartic action is never irritating, violent
or painful, but even, natural and progress
ive. As an appetiz'T and sleep promoter
the Hitters is unrivalled; it mitigates Ukv
intit ntities of age, relieves the ailments pe
culiar to the gentler sex, arrests iierniuturo
decay, and builds up an enfeebled
Notice: All persons who know they
have accounts with tho tindorHigned are
requested to call and adjust the same by
payment, due bill or otherwiso without
delay. I wish to have all business settled
before the first of Septcnilier.