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R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.'
train. .wvi! ,. TIUiKI MpAIll
" :05 a.m. Mall 3:lUa.m.
8:00 p.tu. KipniM ,6:00 p.u,
Mftl1 W:00p.m. Mull ...:45i.in.
CAIRO ST. LOCISIl. R.
EiK. . . . .. . 6:10 p.m. I Kxnre 0:45 a. W
Accom dullou. U):4S p.m. Acom'dtlun.li:5p. tu
CHICAGO. ST. LOUSANbNEWUKLEANHK.lt
6:30p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A. AT. RAILROAD-
TVxu expn'M.. .8:40 a.m. ITexa emeu. 2:15p.m.
Accoromortutu. 8:30 a.m.
rENKUAL liEHVEKV open ,:uu a.m.; dole
t ::'j)p.ni.; huiid'iy: 8 to 9 tt. in.
, Money Order Department open at 8 a. m. : cloaca
lint 5 ;. Dl.
Tlruiijjli Erptcm Mall via I!!l:iol Central and
Miwlmilpiil C. utral Rillnmbi clone ut 14;: p. tn.
Culm aud ivnr Dluir Through aud Way Mull
V-tpH 14:30 p. u.
-Way Mull via Iillnnl Central. Cairo and Vln
LrentK and .MI.lnut Central Kallnndt cliwo at
I'y.Vs p. m.
Way fjr Narrow Gaut-e Rallro.id clom at 8
Calm and EvanvlHe River Routo clone at o:30
p. m. uViy (except Friday).
. CHI IJruH. -
, u till), 111
FKIC.N M. E.-Fonrtot nth lreet. between
Walnut and Cedar atruut: crvlce habtiutb 11
a. m. aud ':-iu p. in.; Sunday School 1:J0 p. m.
CIIRISTUN-Elnhteenth atreet: meeting Sab
bath lu:;j p. ia.; priiachliiu occasionally.
pUUHCH 00 THE REDEEMER Eplropal)
J Fourteenth treet; Morulug prayer Ibabbml))
10:) a. m.; evening praycra, ::!o p.m.; Sabbath
chool il a. in.
LMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTKC:i
JT Priathiiij at H)::iO a. m., i p. m.. and p. rn.
habhaiit i-chool at 1:m p. ui. Rev. T. J. fcburis.
IUTIIEHAN-Thlrteetith itreet; acrvtcvf Sab
J li&lh I :M a. 1:1. ; buncluy m.tiool t p. in. Rev
METIl'JDIST-Cor. E!r'hlh and Walnnt Mreet;
Prraeulnir. Sabbath lo:t a. m. and ' p.m.;
prayer nu-ctin, Wvdin-odar 7:l p. in.; biinduy
School, W a. in. Iter. WbiCakor, patir.
1)KESBYTE!!!AN-Eii:Mh ureet: prcachii,tf on
halibut h at 11:0 a. m. aud 7:Vp. m.; prayer
nioettntf WeilueMiir a: 7:)p. m.: fun:lay t-cuool
at p. m. Ki r. IJ. Y. (itorc, pwtor.
QECOSD FREEWILL BAPTIST Klftwtth
O itreet. biwt-n Walnut and Cedar ktrec,; hi
vice Sabbath at 3 and 1 :30 p. iu.
ST.JOMF.PUfct-dtoirKin C-ithollo Corner CroM
and Walnut tree; i-rvlrr S'jbta 10:9) a.
it..; Sunday School at i p m.; Vwpera 3 p. in.; er
v'.lc every day at 8 p. in.
OT. PATRICK'S- llomnn Catholic) Corner Ninth
U sttvei aud naruiiiuu awuue;
Bath 8 and h) a. m. : Vcjik rt i p. ta.
t! p. tn.; rrvlc everyday at 9 p. m.
Rev. F. Zabel,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. li.
) PAQWWfiVW TRAINS LEAVE AND
. I AoorMtLll AKHlVt DAILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
. without changing ciw. TI15 direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
Ami till NORTHERN TUINTS.
Twin leave and arrive at Cairo a fiUow :
f ExproM. dally except Sunduy i:(np.ro.
Mall, uany a.m.
Eipn-. dallr 5:l"p.m.
Mall, dally except Sunday 3:10 a m.
TAMES JOHNSON. JOHN II . JONES,
lrneral Sou At. l'awser Act.
(JAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
' I mi.r-77lii;.NJ 1;:! -rvj
ir. "VV. SMITH K1JS. Iipctlver.
SHORTEST. SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ami nh rrnpitaa 1n Vital Put fwi ft A m .
paiil.Ii Kvnri-HH nrrivea at K. St. I.nula.. 5:(XD.m.
Throiiijh Exproa Ivavua E. St. Louis.... u:0Ua.m.
ITirouish Exprov arrive at Cairo 5:10p.m.
Mnrphypboroaccommoautiou iiwpi 1 airorj.'p m.
Mii'phvHhoro Acc. arrives at Murphysboro H: IS p.m.
Murphyabom Acc. leaves Murphysboro. .. 4:15 a.m.
Murpliysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 10 45a.m.
Th Cairo A St. Louis Riill Road tn the only nil
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Lonls under one
mauauement, therefore there are no delay at
way station awaltlug connections from other lines.
1 loaf auti sure couueciiun ni m. 1.0ms nuu umrr
Mnea for North, East and West.
J .'A. NAVtlLE, L. M. JOHNSON,
Agent. uenerai Manager.
(JAIRO & YINCENNES R.R.
l TlfTTrCJTUE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
An WW Ud THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS
'i'l ill 1 lino V1LLK. CINCINNATI,
TIMORK AND WASHINGTON.
O i Hf I T THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
1l III I lifiO Al'OLlS.rUlLADEH'HIA.NEW
,1'ORKAND UOSTON '
SIN HOURS SAVED
I I Over triima or an timer romca maKing mo same
If f 1 wi-rrnu' " "j .m.i.., 1,1111,'. w ihhrw v,
Htm tn tint, rim) nil nlulit. watting fnunonetoslx
hutita at aiiiiill Cnlltltry stallima for tralua of Con
1 IV M K M 1 1 K.UT" " PACT and takf our 4
iU'iiVlJ'ilVinrilW . ,. ,nU, reaching. Evans-
-vlllr, luillaiiHimll", I'llirlntinli and Loutsviile sama
VIMP, lUniniiniMMir., 1..1 nun 1,1,111. vine Ml
tlnr. Trains fettte ami arrltit at Cairo as follows:
Mull leaves '. 4:45 a m
I'm arrivrs ,, ucia'r.oi.
ThriiiiBli tlrkftS HllU Clink to all ImnnrtAiit
, A. MILLKK ' IWB11 BIju nlM.ER.
Getri r-ass. Arnv wnerat Bup'u
U B. CUUtcHi Tuwuicet Agent.
. ..,5 : . vi . ;Y.-,
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Pkoimjif.tou.
Of all Pcscrirtions at Lowest Prices.
To Oixler on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 anil 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 and 6 Pound.
Pill Heads, 11 and 1G Pound.
Statements, 5 and 6 Pound,
Bills Lading, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
White and Colored
ON- OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of lh nineteenth century, aud one that takes
e .....I rank with the Invention of the telephone,
f.oelectric llubt and oilier scleutltlc murvlcs ol
t.u bk. ib mat or
i 'c P A TT)fiT TP U A T VV
Tills Comnound tinmi the most remarkable
Huallng Properties of anv known ageut employ
ed for the purpose of curlntr
SORES, WOUNDS, CUTS, RRUISES,
Inflamed and abraded nurfuces, nnd for
ALL SKIS DISASES.
lis cleansing properties remove oil Impurities
tliut binder the formntlou of a healthy tle.li. and
the work of cure eocs on to couiplullou with
most WONDElU'LT, RAPIDITY. L "0 fumily
bewlthout a box of it In the Iiiiiihc. riiysieians
extol Its virtues; und the the tliotisniuls who
have used It, unite in recommending It lieware
Ask fur Henry's Carlxilic H:lve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURHAN A: CO.,
(?) Sole I'roprlutorn, , k
BARCLAY BROS.', whole.ulo AiteiitH.
Jesse IHskle, N. B. Tjiutlewood, J. II. Moons
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. 1?j and Commercial Avenue,
ff" Liberal Advancement made oa Consign
ments of Tobacce. Flour, and Oruin.
CBAc nts for Gear, Scott & Co. threshing ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing engines.
Agent forChamplou haru-sting machines, mowers
FLOUR. GRAIX AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and
ercnuiAree.UD:1 Cairo, 111.
c. o. PATIEK &c CO.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind?,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTII & CO. have constantly a large
stock of the best goods in the market aud give
especial attention to the wholesale branch nf the
Comer Washington Auuue aud Eight Street.
CAIRO, : : : :. ILLINOIS
A fall and complete supply of the best of all
kinds meat always on hand;
i , . ..,''
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between "Washington nnd Com
mercial Av., ndioinlns Ilannyis.
KEiE, ,0J ,a,c thc te,t ct Ppfk, Mutton, Veal,
familia r; ?UMSC'.- ana lpreparel to servo
umiiiea In an accitahlc manner.
gay" a Boston physician, "has no uqnal aa a blood
!'u in .i. ,lu, rlnK lt niany wonderful cures af
'L'ii . "rrunaies had failed. I visited the lab
ratory, and convinced myself of Its guuiilna merit.
'VTi'u'lTi' fro'J,1"4r1'"' ro"u herbs, each of
which Is highly olloctlve. anil thoy aro compounded
lu iiicti a maimer as to produce astonishing results.
Is the grt-at blood purifier.
Will euro the worst case of Scrofula.
Is rcoiiimen4cd by physicians and apothecaries.
Ha effected mme marvuloua curua in casea of
Cures the wi.r.t case of Canker.
Meets with wonderful itcce.s In Mercurial diseases
Will eradicate Salt,Rheum from the system.
Removes Pimples and Humors from the fare.
Cures Constipation and regulates thu bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspcp'ia.
Restores the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Falntnc-sa at the stomach.
Cures I'alus In the Ruck.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
Is effective In Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the great remeny for Gcueral Debility.
IS THE BIST
" Plttl'AKED RY '
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejetine is Sold By all Dniffffists,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
OPPIC K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dry Goods and Clothin
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
MARKETS BY TELEGIlM
UVEW'OoL ORAlxi. '
Liverpool, July 30, 2: p.' K.-Whoat
unelmngedWhitcr, 9s 2U0s 84; Spring,
7s 10dtB8g lid; California averngor 8a' 6d
0s 8d; Ctiliforniia club," , 0 OdQlOs.
Cora 4g od. t t '., .. . r '''.
NEW YORK 'GRAIN. ; ' - J '
New Vouk, July 80, 12. OS p.m.-Wlient
quiet No. 2 ClilcnsfO, f 1 0401 05; No.
2, Milwaukee, 0Ot 05; Red Winter,
i 051 No. 2 Red Winter, $1 llj;
No. 2 Amber, $t 10. Corn-quict No.'
3, 44045. ' '
CRICAOO GRAIX AND PRODUCE.
CuiCAOO, July 30, 10 a. sr. Pork -August,
3 28) ; September, $9 33H Oftts
-Augtiht, 23; SepU:mi)cr, 23?. Cora
August, 34i4334; September, 05;
uctouer, Wicnt August, 89;
CiiicAoo, July 30, 1 2. -00 M. Pork Au
gust, $3 25; September, fS 35. Wheat
August, 89; September, Oats Au
gust, 21 i; September, 24,11. Com Au
gust, 34 ft34J$; September, 3535f.
WHAT THE STEAMBOAT'S PROPOSE
From the St. Louis Tin'cs-Journal of
Wednesday wc copy the following:
Captuin Jo'ju W. Carroll, general ngent
of the St. Louis and New Orleans Anchor
Line Packet company, was found on the.
wharf boat. He said the boats in his line
would not land at infected points. The
Centennml would arrive from New Orleans
on Thursday but would nrt laud at Mem
phis. 4'We shall do all we can to prevent
the epidemic from spreading."
Capt. John Y. Keiser, superintendent1 of
thc Memphis and St. Louis Axchor Line
Packet company, was found in his office.
He said : "Wc intend to run the Stc. Gene
vieve and Belle Memphis from St. Louis to
Memphis as loug as wc cau, but of course
they will be subject to quarantine regula
tions. The rest of our bouts will not land
at any infected parts knowingly, and as
fast as wc learn of the epidemic prevailing
at any points we shall telegraph our boats
not to land at such places.
"We want the epidemic to be kent awav
from St. Louis as much as anyone, for if it
Is not kept away Tesas, Arkansas and other
States will quarantine against St. Louis,
and that would ruin all kinds of trade.
"The Belle Memphis will come up light,
and will need no quarantining or- fumi
gation. She will then load for Memphis
and run in that trade with the St. Genevieve.
Our Vicksburg boats will not land at
Memphis. As to our New Orleans boats
they will not land at Memphis or any other
infected points, should there bo any such.
You sec, if they did, New Orleans would
quarantine against our boats, and we would
be shut oft at both ends, arid we couldn't
stand that, as we would have to lay up en
tirely. BOB INGERSOLL ON THE JEWS.
"IT WILL NOT DO TO INSULT A GENTLEMAN
BECAUSE OF HIS NATION."
The following Tetter from Col. Ingersoll,
dated at Washington, D. C, July 20, is ad
dressed to thc Hon. J. J. Noah of New
My Dear Friend As a matter of
course, I am utterly opposed to the onnres-
siou of any class, and regard the action of
the proprietors of the Manhattan Beach ho
tel in reference to the Jews as bigoted,
mean and disgraceful, Such action be
longs to the Dark Ages. Thc persecution
of thc Jews should bring a blush to every
Christian cheek. Nothing is more infamous
than thc oppression of a class. Each man
has the right to be judged upon his own
merits. To oppress him or to hold him in
contempt on account of religion, race or
color is a crime,
Every man should be treated justly and
kindly, not because he is or is not a Jew or
a Gentile, but because he is a human be
ing, and as such, capable of joy and pain.
If at any hotel any man fails to act in a
decent and becoming manner let him be
put out, not on account of the nation to
which he belongs, but on account of his be
havior. Any other course is unjust aud
It will not do for the keepers of public
houses to brand an entire race as unfi t to
associate with them.
Some of the leading men of the world
are Jews.- These wonderful people, although
dispersed, despised, and for many ages per
secuted in all countries where people loved
their enemies and returned good tor evil,
have contributed to every science and en
riched every art. He who lias heard the
music of Mendel8sobn and Meyerbeer, who
has studied the grand philosophy of Spinoza,
and has seen upon the stage Rachel, mis
tress of pasxion, will hardly unite in the
condemnation of the race to which these
XT Vil . , I I t t - 1 .. A At.
m-niier suniuu u uo iorgoucn mat me
Jews furnished their persecutors with a
religion, and that they aro thc only people,
according to the dogmas of our day, with
whom thc Almighty ever deigned to have
any intercourse whatever.
When we remember that God selected a
Jewess for his mother, passing by the wo
men of India, Egypt, Athens ami Rome, as
well as the grandmothers of Mr. Corbin, it
is hardly in good tasto for the worshippers
of that same God to hold the Jews in
We should also remember that the Jews
were the only people inspired. All thc
"sacred"' writcra all the "prophets" were
of this race, and while Christians almost
worship Abraham, notwithstanding the af
iairof llagar, and his willingness to mur
der his own eon ; and while they hold in
almost infinite rewpect David, the murderer,
and Solomon, the Mormon, it oertalnly is
not perfectly consistent to denounce men
and women of the same race who ' have
committod no crinvo, 'M'" t
Thc Christies htrs t .TBf been gully cf
thii inconsistency wit) tegard to the Jewa
they have worshipped tho dead aud per- ''
sccutod tho living. I think It woiihl lm
much better to let the dead take caro of;'
themselves, while wc rospoct and maintain
tho rights of the living.
I cannot forcret that durint? tho revolu
tion tho Jews prayed la their synagogue
for the success of tho colonies. I cannot
forget that durlnir our civil war thousands
Of them foiltrht .for tins meserrntinn nf
tho Union, many of litem rbjing from tho
ranks to thc most important commands- ,
Neither can I forget that many of the Jews'
aro to-day among tho foremost advocates of
intellectual liberty; that they have out-'.
grown the prejudices of race and creed, and
ociievc in tno universal urothurhood or
man. And m Has connection it may not'
bo oat of place to speak of your Qither. Ho '
was a man who adorned every position ho
held, and who as lawyer; judge, essayist
and philanthropist was an honor to his
race and to my country. .
It win not do in tins, tho second ceu
tnry of the United States, to insult a gen
tleman because of Uts nation. '
We arc, at last, a great, rich and prosper
ous people Greatness should be great.
Wealth should be generous" and prosperity
should at least beget good manners
Every American should resent evcrr in.
suit to humanity, for while the rights of tho
lowest a ro trampled noon the liberties of tho
highest are not safe.
U hile for thc ancient myths nnd fables of
your people I have not tho respect enter
tained by Christians, I still hold the right
of Jews to be as sacred as my own.
lours, rcspectlully, H.G.Inhehsou.
Sr.NUl.Sli NORTHERN ANIMALS TO HAVANA
FOR YELLOW FEVER EXPERIMENTS.
Tho various problems connected with tho
yellow lover are now undergoing investi
gation by tho National Quarantine Com-
mission ot the Board of Health. Pre.
Chailie and Sternberg have gone to Havana,
the homo of yellow fever, and thoro they
proposo to establish a complete physiologi
cal laboratory, in which their investigations
of yellow fever cau bo conducted. Professor
Charles F. Roberts, M. D., is in charge of
the extensive physiological laboratory cf
Bcllcvuo Medical College, and ho has pro
pared the outfit ot animals which is tn bo .
sent to Havana to-day on thc steamer Nia
gara. Professor Roberts is also one of tho
sanitary instiectors of New York, and ha
has had a deal of experience in that work.
Professor Roberts was asked yesterday
afternoon concerning tho strange work in
which he was said to have been engaged.
Drs. Chailie and Sternberg, he said, havo
been sent to Havana to make . as thorough
and searching an investigation of yellow
fever in its native land a9 Is possible. They
have erected a physiological laboratory
there. In this their experiments will bo
coducted, and full reports are to be made
from time to time to the National Board of
Health. One of the points they wish to
test first is whether a newly-arrived penwa
ia more apt to contract yellow fever than
one who hew hved in. the country tor toutOv,
time. That is one reason why they wished
to have the animals they Are to use iu their
experiments sent to them from a Northern
port. Agaiu, they desire to seo whether a
white animal is more susceptible than a
black one. On this account, all the ani
mals shipped are as near to white as could
be procured. They will bo exposed to the
contagion by being placed in rooms where
yellow fever has been and where it is at
that time present. The various fluids of a
bodyot a person having yellow fever, and
especially the black vomit, will he intro
duced into the skin ot the healthy animals,
and tho effects carefully watched and noted.
The experiments with tho perspiration aro
especially expected to yield important k
Bults. Tho temperature of the animal is to
be carefully kopt, and all tho most recent
discoveries in science are to be applied to
effect a solution of the problem. Tho lhtt
of animals embraces six white rabbits, six
Guinea pigs, tour dogs, two house cats, a
pair of fowels, four Leghorn chickens and
two South American monkies one known
as the midnight monkey. Tho animals
have all been carefully housed, and every
effort is to be taken to secure their safe ar
rival ia Havana.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted io go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful aud certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on tho Skin, Bolls, Pimples,
!tc., we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on tne oottom or tno wrapper.
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'ts, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro'a Agents.
Save your children. For expelling'
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
lias no equal in this or any other country.
Ono teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking tho medicine, Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 40O
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug- '
gists. Price 25 eta. R. E. Sellers Jfc Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agcnta
The tkutu is mioiitv aud will prevail."
Thousands who have used and been cured
aro living witnesses to thc truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, bUlioua
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ncse, constipation, dizziness and all disor
dors resulting from a pUaeswd liver, For
sale by all druggists. Trice 25 ccnta. E.
E. .SelliAN & Co., Proprietor, Pittsburgh,
Pa.Batchiy Bros, agents., ;.; ; ... ;.,.. .