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It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAIN. AlUUVg mm,
4:05 a.m. Mall 3:10 .m.
iprtfM !l:(W p.m. Espreoi (t;00 p.m.
CAIRO VINCKNNE3 R. R.
10:00 p.m. I Mull.... 4:45a.m.
' CAIU0 4ST.L0UI8Il.lt.
(KxpreM ... . 5:10 p.m. I Exprem 8:45 a. m
'Accorn datlim. 10:45 p.m. I Accora'datlou.l2::i5p. m
CHICAGO, ST. L0CI3 AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
5:S0p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A.T. RAILROAD
Tenia cxprcm . . .8:10 a.m. I Tcxa txprcM. 2:15p.m.
Aceoramodat u.. 8:1)0 a.m. ,
GENERAL DELIVER! open .:30 a.m.; cloict
VI :.K)p.m.; butid.iy: H lo a. in.
MouytOrdcr Dt-partmi-ut open at 8 a. m. : cloaca
Tlirouxh Expn-aa Matin via Illlnoln Central and
,B,UiBHppl Central lfciUroad cloie at 12::V) p. m.
'Cairo aud Poplar Ulufl Throueu aud Way Mall
too at p. m.
War Mail via llllnol" Ci-ntml. Cairo and Vin
m.uvi aud M!i.ippl Central Ittllroada cloto at
Way junior Narrow (JatiRA Railroad clones at 8
. m. .
Cairo a-.d EvaiiNvUle River Route clofi'i at 940
1 . m. ia!iy (except Friday).
(THltlrtTI AN Elnhti.-nth atruet: meeting Sab
J ball) !0 -iO p. in.; preaching occasionally.
pnVRCH OK THE REDEEMER (EpifopaU
J Fourteenth at nut; Morulnu prayer (habhatli)
Hi;:) a. m.; evening prayera, 7 ::a p.m.; Sabbath
:boul y a. m.
yiRT MISSIONARY RPTIST CIICHCI!
1 Prcac hinirat l:3oa. rn.. S p. in., and "MJ p. m.
r-abhata tcnool ut 7::w p. m. Rev. T. J. biiottf,
JUTHERAN-Tblrtcenth street; services Sab
J bath 1 :';) a. m. ; Sunday tthool 2 p.m. Itev
h&s('p, pastor. '
METHODIST-Cor. Ei-.'hth and Walnut streets:
Preaching h.i'j'mtii h:s a. m. and 7 p.m.;
rayer tuc-tintf, Weil noitay ':M p. m.J fsuudiy
.'cliuol, 'J a. m. Her. Whtttakcr, parlor.
IJKES1SVTK1SIAN U!-,'tith street: preachlnj on
alilitii at ll:Hi a. in. and 7:;p. m.: prayir
iM-etlca iS'e(l:n.(luv at T:ii)p. m.; hunday i.hool
a: 3 p. at. Rev. U. V. livorj-, pastor.
CECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Finecr.th
k? etrei l. between Walnut and Cedar atrtilr; cr
:ui Sabbata at S and 7:.p. in.
ST. JOEPII S-Homau Catholic) Corner Cro
and Wain'.t Mtvet; servl'i- Sabbath 1;):H.
i:i.; funday Si b(K)l at p. m.; Ycpcrs i p. m.; str
t.ie every day at 4 p. in.
. CT PATWCKK-Oiornan Catholic) Corner Ninth
' O street and Wabitr.rtou aveuue; services Sab
nth a:id 10 a. m.; V.per S p. m.; Hinder School
p. m ; .-rvice every day at 1 p. ui. Rev. F. Zabel,
JLLLN'OIS CENTUAL II. II.
) P 5:iV7:rP trains leave and
- I AWj.MUK ARRIVE llAILi.
ST. LOUS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
w;-b'iit rUatii,-:DC ctr. Tbo direct ro::te to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
'Ami all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train' W ave and arrive at Cairo a follow:
Ktpi-. dallv except Sundny i'-M p.m.
Mall, rtjily...' 4:05 a.m.
Expv. dailr 5:10p.m.
Mail, diliy except Sunday :!' m.
J AMES .JOHNSON. JOHN II. .TONES.
(ui-ral Sou At Paneiiger Ajt.
JAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. V. SMITIIKHS, ltwriver.
l-irOllTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tliroticb Exproa leaves Cairo
Tliri)iij:h Expren arrive at E. St. Loula.
Through Expr"s leave K. St. Louis...
'I'lirnm'h Exnrea arrive at Catru
Murpbyaboro accommodation leave CairolJ.'JS p.m.
Vn.iihvWoro Acc. arrive at Murnbvaboro li:4S p.ta.
Murphyboro Acc. leave Murphysboro. .. 4:15a.m.
Murpliysboro Acc. arrive at Cairft W 454. m.
'TiinfairnASt. Lou 1 Rail Itoad 1 the only nil.
iV.all lioute between C'nlro and St. Loula under ono
' . .1 t .1 ... nl
manH'jenieui, luereiuru uiei nn- uv,. t
vKy atalloii awaitlnjr connection from other line.
CIoko and anre connection at St. Loula with other
Hi:e for North, Ent and West.
J. A. NAUOLK,
(JAIRO it VINCENNES R. R.
Cl MTT TCJ THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
In iUlLLO Kvansvllle.
4 7 irTT TTC THE SHORTEST TO LOtTIS
4 UllliriO V1LLE, CINCINNATI, DAL
(TIMORE AND WASU1NGTON.
Ql AfrTTTQTRE SHORTEST TO INDIAN.
fih iUllilliO Al'OLlS.I'UILADELPUIA.NKW
VORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train, of all othor route making the amo
PP-PaMencera by other routo to raako conncc
tl.na mttat rldo all nlnht, wniilnir from one to lx
hour at amall country atatlona for train of con
-i v. H a :ucil III U Hi(IU0"
Vlllo, IndlanftpollB, Clnclmiatl and Loulnvlllo camo
n'ikti liiiivu ntut HPrlvti At Vnt Aiitna
Wall leave 4:45 a.m.
Wall arrive io :oo p.m.
1'hrouili tickets and chuck to all Important
ir. A, MILUKK . XiUorr auu aiLLLKH,
UUD I l Agent. uauonu DUD t.
L. B. CUURCU, PaaieDgor Agout.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. RURNETT, Pkopkietok.
Of all Dt-sciiptioiis at Lowest Prices.
T6 Order on Shor t Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 ami 0 Pound.
Pill Heads, Hand 16 Pound.
Statements, 5 and fi Pound.
Pills Ladinir, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAP1KI.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"VVliito and Oolorod
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of the nineteenth century, and ono that takei
equal rank with tho Invention of the. telephouu,
the electric Uuhl aud other iclntlllc marvlea oi
the a;-, It that of
Henrys CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thl Compound poaca the mot remarkable
Healing 1'ropertluM of any know u ajent employ
ed for the purpose of curing
SORES. WOUNDS, CUTS, BRUISES,
Inflamed and abraded surfaces, niul for
ALL HKIN DISASES.
It eleftnl!iu propertlci remove oil impuritle
that binder the lonnation of a healthy hVb, and
tliu work of cure ijoe on to completion with
mod WONDKKFl I. RAPIDITY. Let no family
hew Ithout a box of it iu the holme, Phyaieinn
extol It virtue; and the the tlioiiMlirt who
havemed It, unite iu recommending It. Rewarc
Ask for Henry 's Carbolic Salve, tind take
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
(3) Solo Proprietor,
BARCLAY BROS.. wliokalc A sent a.
Je HIskle, N. B. TutaTl.Ewooi), J. II. Moors
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No, li' acd l.t Ccinnerc'.a! Avenue,
Liberal Advancements made oa ConMcn
mei:! of Tobarce. Hour, and (iruln.
BrAB' nt for Gear. Scott ic Co. threshiuc ma
rhine. tiortabie aw ciill and threfhins cntrlnea
Acent lorChamploti harvesting coachiuea. muwura
and reapor .
FI.0CR. GRAIN AXD HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Ca.'ih Price Paid for Wheat.
TEV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nicetcetth treet and I P.iii.n Til
Commercial Au.. LtlUU, 1JI.
C. O. PATIEK & CO.
WIIOLLALE WINES AND LIQUORS
WhoKnalc and Retail Dealer Iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of nil Kind??,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have conH:ititly a larae
tock of the beat food In the market and clve
enpeclal atteutlou to the wholeale hrauch f the
KOEHLOR '11 IOS.,
Corner Whlii);loii Aveuuo and Eltfht Street.
CAIRO, : ILLINOIS
A full and complete atipply of the bet of all
kind meat uhvav oa band,
Dealer in lrowh Meat.
llftwcen Wnajhl'nutoit and Com
mereliU AP., adlolnlna ILtinnys.
KRi f0,TM,f lhe ht'"t n",, PofW, Mutton, Vr.it.
tamuiui In aa acvuDtul) 0 mannur.
MORNING, JULY 29, 187k
Say a Iloton physician. 'hin no equal a a blood
puriller. Hearing of it many wiiuderful cure nf
ter all other remedle bad fulled. I vIMU-d tho lab
ratory, and cnnvluced myaolf of it genuine merit.
It I r-P"-d from bark, root uud herb, each of
wnlclll nilily ttl.-ctive, and they am compounded
in alien a manner ut to produce aloulhl.ng n'ulic .
la the (,'nnt blood purifier.
Will cure Cm wori)t CHec 0f Serorulu.
U recommended by phylclau and apotht-carle.
lln effected o:au. marvclooa cure in cav of
Cures the ivorst cac of Canker.
Meet with wondcrfil uccef In Mercurial dieaea
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the y(em.
!! move Plmplci aad Humor from the face.
Cure CouMlpaHur. and ri'Rwlatea the bowel.
I a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dypcpia.
Restore the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removei the cause of D!zz'iucp.
Relieve EaliitiK-aa at the itomach.
Cure Pain Iu the Back.
Effectually cure Kidney Complaint.
I effective lu It cure of Female Weakucssc.
I the sreat remeny for General Debility.
. t the nnsr ",
II. It. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejetine Is Sold By all Drug-gists,
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Vholefalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O I-' I-' l C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
3 1 I
p 5 si
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
WrwS&TOf - Cairo, III
.f liiiUiiil 111 JDi,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LivEnpoor July 23, 2: r. K. Wheat
dull Winter, Os 2d0Os 8-1; Spring, 7s lOd
9s; California average, 8s 8d0s 8d;
Califi)mi;t club, 0s7d103. Corn 4s Cd.
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New Yohk, July 23, 12:05 p.jl-Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 00; No. 3,
Milwaukee, $1 00; Red Winter,$l 05
1 12'; No. 2 Red Winter, fl 12; No. 2
Amber, fl tlJQl 12. Corn quiet No.
CHICAGO OBAfN AND TOODCCE.
. CsncAop,, July 2 . li :00 A. m. Coru ,
August, 85 ; September, 00. Pork
August, 3 47; September, 3 55. Oats
August, 24; September. 24,. "Wlieat
August, 02; September, 01
CnrcAGO, July 29, 11 a. m. Pork -Au
gust, f$ 5208 55; September, 8 C2.
Oats August, 24; September, 24)4'.
Com August, JiO; September, 80.
Wheat-August, (i2Jb0C3; September,
Chicago, July 28, 12:00 m. Pork Au
gust, $8 S7; September, $8 35g)8 47.
Wheat August, 02; Sei.tembcr, 00.
Oats August, 24). ; September, 24. Corn
-August, 35)4; September, 35tf.
MISS JARVIS' MYSTERY.
CONTINUED FItOM SUNDAY'S DAILY.
horse to the door. Site was singing softly
to herself, in a voice that had been the envy
" -Du Ilelligc. nebma deln kind zuruck,
Ich babe genosen das irdiache GUjck, '
Ich babe celcbt und Rclibet.' "
'Is that Frpnch?" asked Mis Jarvis.
"What doe9 it mean?''
Miss Wyman turned a little and looked
at the girl; she hesitated a moment, then
said, m her quiet, pleasant voice;
" Then take, Holy Virgin , thy child back to thee
I have plucked the one bloaxom thathanson
I have lived nnd have loved, and die-' "
That is a free translation.
"Oh,'" Miss Jarvis said. Then: "Don't
you want me to go along with you? It's
a ilreailtul lonely rule to Dogtowu.
"Thank you, but I like to ride alone,"
Miss Wyman went into the kitchen to
speak to Mrs. Sharp. She was cone about
sixty seconds, but in that time Miss Jarvis
had darted into tho room, nnd put herself
under fie bed. Mus W.-rmaa came in nnd
moved about,-ftsteniDg that beautiful liaJr
of hers securely, putting on her. hat, aad
still singing low:
"Icn babe gelcbt and eelicbet."
Once she stopped, stood still for a moment,
and said, clearly:
" 'I have lived aud have loved' "
caught her breath quickly and moved
about again. In a moment she went out,
lnckiug the door from without ; her horse's
hoofs sounded outside, and Amanda Jarvis
rolled triumphantly ,out from under the
bed. She was in a very small room, walls
and roof unplaned pine, floor of planed;
a chair, a little tabic spread with a white
towel a clean little white bed, a trunk, a
shelf full of books,a fresh white cotton
curtain ;ou the wall, little photographs and
engravings in plain frames but all high
art, u Miss Jarvis had known it; wild now
a";; in a glass on the stone, by a work-basket,
and a Bible all so daintily and lady
like that it half awed Miss Jarvis. But all
this she had seen before, for she had often
been Miss Wyman's guest in tho room; had
looked over the books, and read a few of
them. There was one picture over which
had always fallen a blue silk veil; beneath
was a bracket, where a slender vase always
held the prettiest clusters of bloom shell
pink manzanita, dreamy enemones, or per
haps a handful of blue bells from the hills;
the blue silk was drawn aside now, making
a pretty canopy; and there, so enshrined,
was the portrait of a bright-faced young
man. Miss Jarvis studied it carefully, but
could find no likeucss ia the smiling eyes,
the brave, eager young look, and the keen,
sensitive features to any one she had
ever seen. So she hunted up the key to
the trunk and opened that; she impressed
the order of everything on her mind, so
that she might put things back iu the same
way, and then explored. And first she
found a long list of postollices, all over tho
world ; most were marked "written to;"
many, "heard from." There were memor
andum books, full of record ot clues to "A.
W." nil of which, when followed up,
seemed to have failed, and were marked
"no use;" all this in what Miss Jarvis had
learned was Miss Wyman's round, clear,
hand. There wero receipts for money paid
for advertising in an incredible number of
papers; and, Anally, a casket whose secret
spring was found alter half an hour persis
tent search. Inside were little mementoes,
driod flowers nnd a package of
letters, all in tho t same hand.
She glanced at tho signatures, nnd started
up, with her eyes wide open, and nu ex
clamation only checked by prudence.
"Austin Wedgwood!" So this was tho
seeker after Austiu Wedgwood? So it was
that search which had carried her over tho
world I Miss Jarvis' quick shrewdness
sprang from one conclusion to another. Sho
ran over the letters; some wero from
Europe, all friendly, and moro
and moro tender in tone; bright
happy, loving letters they wero, with littlo
sketches on tho margins, and most confi
dent hopes for the future. "I defy Fate,"
ho wrote; "my darling, what is there-that
could part you and me?" There was a
photogrngh with thorn tho samo face as
on tho wall; nnd beneath them, a deed of
gift, dated moro than thirteen years back,
transferring all property of Austiu Wedg
wood, Providenco, Rhodo Island, to Ger
trude Wyman, of the samo place. To Miss
Jarvis' eyes tho property scotuod immense.
' ; ' V-'V;
NEW SERIES NO. 28.
She recovered from her triumphant as
tonishment lu time, escaped through the
window, trusting that the removal of tho
nail that fastened it (tho only trace left of
her presence) would not bo observed; and
made a new row; to find what had become
of Austin Wedgwood, and why he had dis
appeared. She had takch the pro
caution , to tell Mrs. Sharp m tho
morning that 6he had to go over to tho.
school house to raako out her monthly re
port, and might be gone for several hours.
Mis Wyman came' homo late, looking palo
nnd sick-hearted. '.She didn't find him at
Dogtowu," thought Amanda Jarvis. It
was at breakfast the next day, when sho
was lookiug moro her own gravely her
sweet self, that one of the big Sharp boys
"JIa, I saw tho doctor , coin' by this
mornin". Said Old Tom's down sick, an'
he thinks It's small pox, fer he's been cx-'"
"WRero'd ho get it?"cried Miss Jarvis,
through a rapid calculation of
ii. l. i .1.. i.j
uiu uuiuuci vi uuys suite anu una een
"One o' the Chiny peddlers."
"Not the one that conies here?" Mrs.
Sharp said, with lively interest.
"iSo; tho old lellcr with pock-marks. Jfo
couldn't have it, if he tried; but the doctor's
jest found out thet he'd been workin'fer
somo folks whar thnrs small-pox, nn'kcp'
up his peddlin', too. He's run, or he'd
get hurt; folks is mighty mad. But it's
rough on 01' Tom, fer lie ain't got nobody
to 'tend to him."
"No one at all?" said Miss Wyman, ia
her earnest way. "Oh, surely they wont
leave him so. The doctor will get him a
"Well," said Mrs. Sharp, sloflriy. "if 'twaa
anythiu' but small-pox, or if hVwas a body'n
own folks. But, you see, it's nobody's busi
ness more n anybody else s; an everybody
has their own tanuly to think ot. 1 ve got
as much call to go as anybody, but how
could I do it; 'twouldn'tbo do'm' right by
them that has first claims on mo."
"Doctor's been tryin' to get a nurse," Joo
went on. "Couldn't find none."
Miss Wytnttn had riseu and stood with
her slender hand on the back of her chair.
The diamond of an engagement ring twink
"It seems a very plain case," sho said,
with her quiot smile. "I have no nearer
claim to consider.
"You! Are you crazy?" cried Mrs. Sharp,
taking in her meaning after a long Btare,
though the quicker-witted Miss Jarvis had
cried out at once: "An old tramp." Mrs.
Sharp went on, in strong remonstrance:
"No one knows who he is! A lady like
"I am the very best oue. I have no rea
son to object to death none whatever.
There is nothing I should Icavcbehind mo.
This conies to me like a Ood-send."
The people at the table looked at her
silently. Outside, tho April sun broka
tlu-ougb. a rift, aud a littlo stream of .lights
crossed the dim, rough kitchen, and wrap
ped her where she stood the tall, Madonna-like
lady, with her clear face all lighted
with a great gladness. Even Bliss Jarvis
felt with awe a glimmering perception of
what tho love and the longing must hava
been that had lived in this other women all
these years, and what life must have meant
to her, that the chance to leave it honorably
could briug such a joy to her face. Joe
Sharp sobbed outright. Miss Wyman
moved to leave tho room.
"And never find him?" cried Miss Jarvis
excited beyond her own control.
Mis Wyman turned at tho door, and
looked at the girl; but it was no time for
"I am as likely to find him in tho next
world as in this," she said, more to herself
than to the other, and then left them.
Then Miss Jarvis told the excited circle
what she had learned, avoiding any men
tion how sho had learned it.
"Yes, I heard sometime ago from Diggcr
ville and Red Crick fullers, that's Wedgc
wcol she asks for when sho rides around. I
didn't know who she was though," said
"Why didn't you tell me?", cried Miss
"Oh, I do' know; it seemed kinder
shabby," the young man said, color
ing. While they talked they heard her pa
thetic voice in the other room, singing ia
" 'Why vex our onl with care?
The grave Is cool and low.
Have we found life o fair
That we should fear to go J"
" "Then bold us cloce, aweet death,
If to It aeemeth bait.' "
When they looked for her five minuted
later to see if sho could bo iu earnest, they
discovered sho had already ironc. In tho
sweet morning air, along tho road, green
with spring time, under tho whito clouds
breaking and melting from tho dark-bluu
sky, sho was walking, a gracious vision, hi
that lonely place. A few moments Inter
she entered the door of the shanty under
The sick man had been moved out Into
his kitchen, and tho doctor had evidently
dono nil he could for his comfort before
leaving him. The disease had not yet de
clared itselt, except as fever. The heavy
beard was gone, and his face, still unmar
rcd, had taken on, in tho unconsciousness
of a feverish sleep, something of the look 1
of young days. Miss Wyman had never
seen him before, as it happened, nnd nowf '
as she stood gazing at his taco in the squalid
sick room, sho looked liko an angel como
to carry him from tho world. One minute,
five minutes passed, and still tho dark, long
lashes were studying his unconscious feat
ures; sho bent her head to listen to Id
muttering. At last ho woke, lookod up
with a vague nwe.
"So I am delirious already; but this Is a
beautiful delirium.. It is tho Angel of
Sorrow but she is blended with my mem-'
ory of her."
Gertrude Wyman kuolt down by him, .
and took both his hands iu how.
"Listen to me, Austin." sho said, without
a quiver lu her clear, grave tones; "Seo if
you can understand what I say., I have ;
searched tho world for you to say this s If ,
it was to escape me that you loft me, thlr-,
teen years ago, and for .a, reparation
that ' you left everything to(me, ;tlixt
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