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THE DAILY CAIRO
p VOLUME XL
I Ul UJIU
W.rffV II TlillMgu.kul.
'J' rva.arer Edward icxuutu.
Clark DenuU. J, Foley.
C-uuulir Win. H. lilfbert.
Jl jnib.il J. C.l.aIIi:e.
A'toraey- WllllHui Hendrkli.
roue ii'.iiruu. o. o. uiru.
fir. lit Judiw-O. A. Barker.
Ci." lit CIrU J. A. Reave.
CuiiaiyJiidirt K. f. Yocum.
Co-.nty'lerk h. J. iluuiin.
Co-id 'Attorn) -W. C. Mulkuy.
C i itt' Treasurer A. J. Aldeu.
0: Tuner-H. i'iun.i.
.jutr ConiBii.-lor.er.-T. W. llalllday, SI. V
ija. ."amtiel Brlley.
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VFUICAN M. E.-Fourt!iit!i .trect. between
Walnut HUd Cedar ttreet ; fcnin a Sabbath It
i rj and ": p. m. ; (Sunday School 1:30 p. m.
CHRISTIAN Eighteenth treet: mcetini; Sab
inth 10::) p. m.; preaching occasionally.
MU'RCH OF THE REDEEMEK-lE.lrr')
Fourteenth tv,it; JlonUui prayer isaviata)
P'l a. tu.; eveUni; prayer, ' ) p.m.; bawata
piRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHI . KCU .
r Preaching dt !):) a. m.. 3 n. ni.. and P m.
c I'j'ji'.li cuool at 7: p. ru. Be v. T. J. bhorvit,
I UTH EUAN Thirteenth ctrcvt; n-rvlces Sab
J .a uiihlla. ai. and:) p. m.; Sunday school
MITHODIST-Cor. ElzatS and W a'nnt treet;
PwithMia (Wbhata D.3J a. a. and T p.m.;
priver meeting. Yv ediirway ,:) p. m ; & a a a ay
h). 9 a. m. Rev. Whlttaker, p.n'or.
O.E'JSYTERIAN-E'.'hth street; practlaj on
MSba'h at It:W a- m. and 7: p. la.: prayer
Uui Wednnduv tt 7:1) p. m.; hauday bcUoo.
; i p ai. Rev. b. v Ucor.v. pa:vr.,
SECOND FREE-WILL- BAPTIST-F:fr.tU
O imvl. betne, n Waltii.l aad Cedar !ree.t, er-
vl.v. Sabbath at J aad 7...i p. m.
IkT a;,l Walk:! ctfcJ': -riv. hn'il iih W:'s"U.
In : s-ioday srf.ol at '- p. ta. ; VipT S p. m ; r-
:. t vi ry cay at B p. m.
IC". PATP.It'K'S-fHosiaa Ca'bo'.'.c) t ora r :!J:a
O ;rcvt and Wa-hlLr"n atU!ie: n r1fe
nf'i , arjd l't a m.; r,iiT :i p. m.; Sinday ".y
: f ai ; ...TViCt, every d iy a: a p. m. Ktv. F. Za' ..
fAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. tfMITICKKr?. Iteceivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN'
CAIRO AND .ST. LOUIS.
T -.ittib Eipro's It-ave Cairo ' a ra.
7 ,tm Espr.- arr.ve. at E. M Lcil. :''p.m.
.r.-uh Ex;.r leave E Lou.n.... '. a.m.
iD'J.'n Expn-M arrive ai Ca:n -!P w.
X i-ii'i" f!'or..i accoiiiaiii Utloa J av Cairu!. C p.m.
X .pa!...ro A-c.i.rriv ai M-irAi '1,,jro ,,:' !' m
S. ..-j .'iv-'iori) Arc. ii-iei. M-:rp'..y!)oro Ta to.
3d ir;-.;. "!"'ro Ai'C. nrrivei" at Ca.rj t') 1 a ta.
T; ' Cairo Jt t Lou'. Ka Koad the u'. a'.!
I'll. lij.:e !itue a'.'a:ro :;::d ST. Loiiu utrr oac
niii.j.,'.,mv:Lt. taervfur,. tiler.; an- ao drlay at
w ;i ; it oa awalliug ronL'-ct:oti frora other l:Le.
Cm.'J'j I :itv totuecf.oL at St Lo'Ji with other
l.:. fjr North. E-t hlJ Wert
J l NAt'Ol.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
.1 A lent
t.. :icril Vaaaj
CAIRO S: YIXCEXXES R.R.
Cl "UTTTri! THE SHORTEST Kol'TE TO
'AnrrcTHE shortest to i.ons-
i .UlLfiO VII.LE. CINCINNATI. CAL-
i":yo:ts and wahinitjn.
tii ATTT I's: THE SHORTEST TO INPIAN
.11: .HILLO AIMLlS.l'HILADEtl'lUA.NEW
VJKS AND EOSTON
SIX HOURS SAYED
Over trali. of all other rnulen nakitS),' the amo
t;:;n mnt rlile aH'niL'lit. aitii:i fmai cat! to fix
Jiv:r at ma!l couutry ftat'.oua t-ir trains of cou
T V A t V T Ti V P TH E FACT aad take oar 4 45
liiUr.Ul)E.lt s n, ,r:lr read.iaa Evauv
T:i! Ioa'anapolH. Clcriiim.Ji ai:d La':ivi:'. wiik
d .X T'.rt:. leave and arrive at Cairo n fd!vt.:
J.!;.; leave. 4 nr.
S! i:! arrive M:iil.m.
Through ticket and cheek to all l:.ipnr!.mt
f' A MILLER KOSWELI. MILLER.
Oeu I f'a Afferl. uenerai pup i.
L. B. CHI K( 11. ram'BgiT Atfetn.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Tuesday, July 22, 187!)
A pedal excursion train will leavo ANNA, ILL ,
a t4:)a.m. Fare to Chlcano and return ft. IK).
' clvlui: oiciirlnts an opportunity of atten
Chicago Jockey and Trotting
Which take placo Jnlr SJd to STIli. Inclusive, nt
which many notable. horcs will he present.
In addition to the above, there will ne
tho nsiial dimmer attractions.
EXCURSIONS ON THE LAKE
lu Larii) and Elogant StcamoM, carrylnR full
Bauds of Mic.
Attractive Plays at the Theatre, Etc.
j Arriving In CUIcaso Tnoiday evening at 0:43
PtluiuniiruiniP ' vim luiuiu ....
thromihtmln (rtttontiotthplnR called to the fact of
the Hiituniiiy Nlht Train runnlns only to Tolono.)
train or Thuraday, July 3Ut, IMTBli-avlnB at fl.W p.m
O.A. BEeK, W.P.doflNSON.
, IllUlU) DP iUltlUUT
FlMVrar.l-Win. O'Ca'.lahau. M. J. Howlev.
.Se.: mU Ward-David T. Llueuar, C. U. Wood
Tnirfffard-W. P. Vri?M. Etfbert Smith.
tv.nk Ward Charle o Patter. Jame Kyrastoa
Firu VVard-T. W. HallliLy, Eruent B. Petllt,
J. F. T UC K EK,' Traill c ManaRcr.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, PnorniETon.
Ot till lvu ii't ions at Lowest Price.
To Order on Short Xotieo.
RULED PAPER ,
Letter Heads. 10 ami VI Pounil
Xnte Hoails, 3 ami ( PminJ.
1UII Heads, It and l(i Pound.
Statomonts, T and (i Pound,
Itills Ladinsf, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PArER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
YVhito and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
THE WORKINOMAN S FRIEND,
In tbnaudavf of political trickery, a true friend
In the time of ticed, l a friend Indeed; and melt
a friend In
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It la a lure euro tor
CONSUMPTION, rout) 118, COLDH, ASTHMA
and all dlieuti'i of the Lun', Cheat and Throat
TtU well-known remedy hai been un-d for
thirty year, and ha. cured thouandi of caoi,
many of w hich were Riven up ai hoplem.
No cace, however ohntlnate, can n:.lit the
healine uronortle.of Dr. Wm. Hall'. Ralmm fur
the Luiikh. Trial bottle, will l, lurulohed grat
tultouHly to all who are ailleted with Luuj and
ClfT'Heineniber tliut It I the nerilntunt me of
the lialmui that cure, thuworvt tate.
JOHN F. IIENRV, CUKRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Actntfi.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered Hnrch 81, 1UG9.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
NTEREST paid on dero!! March lft and Rcp
teailier lft. Interest cot withdrawn i added im
mediately to the princil al of the dcpoiU, thereby
giving tueia compound lueret.
1ST Children and married tvonwri may derosit
mency and no one ele tan draw It,
WALTER 1IYSLOP. Tkeascp.er.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALMDAY. Pr-;.!ent.
H' L. HALLIDAY. Vici-I're-idcDt.
WALTER II Y SLOP, Cashier.
. TJIAT TAVUlR. W. P. HAIXtDAT,
iiKMiv I. iial!.::iv, R. h. ci nmnouas,
O. C. VMU-lAKw.N, s-trinx EIUD,
n. rt. castes.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bunds
BOUCIIT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a seaeral banklap bnjine!
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN' TIIK CITY '
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
fcr. Nineteenth trectar.J i poj,,,, TU
Couiuerciul Ave.. ) LtlllU, 1J1.
C. O. PATIEK 6c CO.
WHOLESALE WINE? AND LIQUOR?
R SMYTH tt CO.,
Who'.ef ale (ind Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. lave constantly a lane
tock of the bet irood In the market and the
epeclal attention to the wboleealc branch of the
KOEIILER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner WaihlnRton Avcnno nd Elglit Street.
CA1IIO, . IlllnoU.
A full and complete itrply of the belt of U
klnda meat lwoy on hand.
MORNING. JULY 17. 1879.
Sav aBofton phyHlclan, "ha no equal a a blood
pulflur. Uoftrlnjj of lt many woudwful enrca af
ter all other remedies had failed. I vlltfdtliu lab
rntory, and convinced rnyntif of It eenttlno merit.
It U prepared from bark, root and herb, each of
which 1 Muhly effective, and they are compounded
lu inch amauner ai to produce antonljlilng results.
Id the gr.it Wood purlEcr.
Will cun the wort case of Scrofti'.a.
I rccommtDtled by physician and apothecaries.
Ha cffectel ome taarvg:o:i fire In cacs of
Curt thtwort cisti of Canker.
y-.ct idth vjjtiierflil miccefs in Me3'.;rial dlseaiei
Will eradicate Salt Kheam from the yteia.
Remove Pimple and Ilamor from the face.
Cures Constipation and regulate the bowels.
I a valuable reacdy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Kestoree the entire fyaora to a hea'.thy condition.
Remove the cause of D:zziv..
Relieve Faictces at the itonucU
Cure Pair. in the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Ccmplittt
I? e:Tect:ve la i: care of Female Teak-jesses.
IMbe L'r.'t remcny for Geatral Debility.
II. R. STEVENSJjOSTON, mass.
Vejetine is Sold By all Drnarg-Ists,
PROPRIETOR OF'SPROATS TATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o F f i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Cwimercial Avennc, I P.iiha Til
(.Mruer Eisuta treet l Villi U, U
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between Wahtni;ton and Com'
merclalAv., adjoining Hanny.
KEEPS for tale the bwt Beef, Pork, Mntlon.Veai.
Lamb, tauage, c., aad 1 prepared to orv
fanllle la an acceptable manner.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Livekpool, Ju'y 10, 2:00 P. u. Wheat
unchanged, Winter,' Os Zii CJ; Spring:,
8s OOd&OsOd; California arcrtige, 8s lOd
9 7d; California club, 9 CJ03 10J.
Corn 43 3dQ4s 4d.
NEW TORtf GRAIN.
New York, July 16, 12:10 p.m.-Wheat
quiet firm No. 2 Chicago, $1 10
1 12; No. 3, Milwaukee, f 1 1001 12; Red
Winter, 1 10l 21; No. 2 Red Winter,
1 181 20; No. 2 Amber, $1 191 10.
Corn quiet No. 2, 45,.
CUIC4.G0 GI1AIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, July 16, 10:00 a. m. Wheat
August, 0707J$; September, 06
Pork August, $3 70; September,?? 80.
Cnrn August, 6 j ; ' September, So
Oats August, 2C; September, 20.
CiircAOO, July 10, 11 a. f. Pork Au
gust, 3 G7i; September, $8 77. Cora
August, 3C'i; September, 3C63C?d'.
Wheat August, 072a'; September, 95 Ti.
Oats August, 20" 2-2(5; Saptembcr,
Chicago, July 16, 12:00 si. Pork Au
gust, 3 70(3.3 72; September, 8 SO
8 82. Corn August, 3G; September,
305,,'. Oats August, 20 ; Sjpteaiber, 20.
Wheat August, 07j; September, 95?4'.
THE FEVER FRIGHT
GRADUALLY DISAPPEARING IN TITE
Memphis, Tenn., July 15. The first
train on the Little Rock road since last
Friday left this morning for Lonoke, Ark.,
to which point the quarantine has been
Judge Ray's son was not so well to-day.
No new cases have been reported, and
the excitement attending those published
ha? entirely subsided. Some few citizens
The city remains very quiet. No new
cas3s have been reported and in a few days
it is anticipated all quarantine restrictions
now in force against Memphis will be re
moved. Norfolk, Va., to-day took the ini
tiative step. Through cars wii! go to that
The State Board ot Health announces
that the present quarantine regulations will
be discontinued on Monday if no new cases
Judge Ray's son is better this evening.
YELLOW FEVEU AT HAVANA.
Havana, July 14. The commission ap
pointed by the national hoard of health, of
the United States, for the purpose ot study
ing yellow fever symptoms, developement
and treatment in Havana, is prosecuting its
work here assiduously. During t'.ie last
week there wore 117 deaths from yellow
fever ia Havana.
"This is summer," says the calendar.
"July," says tin; atmosphere. Popular
Is a mule's mouth a hrayslit. Boston
Post. Yes, a piece of horse 'air jewelry.
Conundrum Why does Queen Victoria
never drink lager? Because it is the re
verse of regal. Loudon Times.
Charley do Flukey has discovered why
gospel tents attract so many sinners. They
mistake them for circuses. rewee Metho
dist. Willie asked his mother where the stars
came from. Her reply was : "My son, I
do not know." "Well, I do," he said : "the
moon laid 'em." Scientific American.
A young lady of New Fairfield, Conn.,
last year made three-quarters of a ton ot
butter and disposed of it herself. Cin
cinnati Gazette. Thunder! what an cater!
Journal of Health.
Careful housewife (lifting a shoe from
the soupe tureen) "La. who'd 'a thought
baby's shoe would turn up in the S Jtip?
But I knew it wasn't lost. I never lose
anything." Appleton's Journal.
Ladies beyond the thirties choose' wide
ribbons for decorating costumes. Albany
Argus. See here; have you got a grudge
against a man who has got a lot ot wide
ribbons for sale? Scientific American.
A wife wanted her husband to sympa
thize with her in a feminine quarrel, but ho
refused, saying: "I've lived long enough
to know that one woman is as good as an
other, if not better." "And I," retorted the
wife, "have lived long enough to know thr.t
one man is as bad as anot'.icr, if not worse."
N. Y. Tituei.
"Oh, yes, I'm mad just as mad as I can
be," exclaimed a fashionable lady tossing
her head to,givc emphasis to the words, "to
think that thoso horrid reporters had the
impudence to lug mo into their description
of the Fitzgerald wedding. Ugh 1 tho hor
rid thincs and they didn't even mention
the laco on my dress." Boston Post.
A little hoy was told by his grandmother
to turn down a leaf ia tho family Bible
every time he told a lio. At the end of a
week the old lady asked him how many
lies he had told during the seven days. He
silently handed her tho holy book. Sho
turned over page after pago, and at length
NEW SERIES NO. 18.
said angrily: lWiy, you little brat, you've
lied all the way from Oenesiu to Kutel
tioas, and half way through, the Psalma."
Oahkosh Christian Advocate.
Upon the adjournment of congress, Aleck
Stephens, it is said, crawled into an envel
ope and franked himself home. Congres
CAPT. JAMES B. EADtf.
HE If A3 OPENED THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TO
THE DIRECT COMMERCE OK TltB OU
WORLD TnE GRANDEST ACntEVEMRNT
OP THE CENTURY.
Fron the N. O. Picayune.
Yesterday Capt. Eads and Col. Andrews
arrived ia the city trom Port Eads, and took
rooms at the St. Charles hotel. The Cap
tain was naturally the recipient of many
congratulations from his friends and others
interested in tiio great commercial tiguway
which he has opened to the sea, and though
suffering from tho result of a recent acci
dent, entertained his menus quite cheer
fully. The captain will proceed to-day to St.
Louis and thence to Washington, where his
final payment will he made in accordance
with the contract. Captain Brown, U. 8.
engineer, issuo 1 his certificate of a thirty
loot channel on the 8th instant, and ou the
10th certified to a depth of 20 feet at the
head of the pass. Ho explained that tho
disparity ia depth provided for ia the. con
tract was owing to tho smallness of tho
pas3, and it was deemed expedient to have
four feet more in the channel than at tho
head of the pa3S, owing to the ocean waves.
He sai l that the depth of the head would
soon he 27 feet, and in course of a short
time would lie 30 Though the work is
now concluded, he is under contract to at
tend to it tor twenty years; consequently ho
will keep a small force at the jetties, with
all the present appliances, the dredgcWt
G. W. R. Baley among them. Col. An
drews will remain in charge of the work.
It is now four years since the gigantic
enterprise was inaugurated, and through
evil and good reports it has struggled at
length to completion.
Capt. Eads bear3 Ids honors as modestly
as he has heretofore withstood adverse
opinion with firmness. The stockholders
of the company will doubtless meet him in
St. Louis with voluble gratulations.
In regard to his Daricn project, he will .
soon enter more clalxrately into the sub
ject, lie has yet much to say which he will
in due time present, and he learns that his
project has attracted much attention in the
North and East.
"Maggie Logan" is the name of a beauti
ful mare owned by and now being ridden -at
Long branch by the celebrated actress,
Mary Anderson. Maggie Logan is a Kentucky-bred
mare, a perfect model of equine
beauty, and traces through the Denmarks
to the" noted thoroughbred horse Imp.
Hedgeford. A Kentucky exchange, in
speaking of this mare, says she was cxhilv
ited at twenty different fairs in that state
and received nineteen premiums out of the
twenty. She drives well in harness, and
moves like a gazelle under the saddle.
It is no wonder that so many mothers
praise Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. We heard
one of our best physicians pronounce it to
be the only safe remedy for children.
Don't Be Deceived. Many pcrsous 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 cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is s positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not tiiis a fair proposition. Trice
lOcts. 50 eta. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Torres Piaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with tho Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get ut our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Prico
10 cts. and 75 cts. . For sale by Barclay
"IIackmetack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
"Wuitheu are you bound J" asked John
Moor, as he stood in the door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly past. Tho hitter,
with sunken eyes and palid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
"I have long suffered all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, ntid nm tfoing to the
office of Dr. .Slow to seek relief." "Do no
such tiling," said his friend, "when yu
can buy a bottle of Portaline, or Tabler's
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, und bo
permanently relieved. It will euro Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Sour Stomach. Sick
Headache, and all disorders of a torpid,
liver." For sale by Burchiy Bros.
WnEN the hand ol disease :s laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light affliction,
and that form of it known as Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
TaWer's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which ',
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price 50 cents a bottle. For salo by
The discovery of the circulation of tho
blood was an important event in the history
ot medicine; but if tho blood be lull of Im
purities, its circulation, which Providence
intendod as a blessing, proves a bano.
Heuco we should cleanse tho blood with
Rosadalis, the great Southern Remedy.
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