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VOLUME XL .
TIME TABLE. JJULLETI.V BINDERY.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TIIMN AUJ.IV. , TUAINt DEPART
M :0S a.m. (Mali 3:W.m.
Express 2:i)0 p,m. Express fl:UU p.m.
CAIItO & VTNCENNE.S II. R.
MU..y....'.. .10:00 p.ip. Mall 4:Vi.m.
J CAIRO 8T. LOUIS It. K.
Express. .... 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:15 a. m
Accom datlou. 10:45 p.m. Accom'datiou.lSiSSp. in
, CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
5:30p.m. Mall ,5:00a.m.
C. A. fc T. RAILROAD
Terns Mures!.. .8:40 a.m. I Texan express. 8:15pm.
ftNPA' IK"VEM open .:. a. in.; close
J ::i0p.m.; hundav: 8 to ft a. m.
Money Order Department opeu at 8 a. m.; closes
a( 5 p. m.
ThroiiuJi Express Malls via Illlnula Central and
MlKHtsalppi Ou'.ral Railroad close at 12:i p. in
Cairo and I'yplur Muff Through aud Way Mall
closes ut U-. At,. m.
Way Mill via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vin
cemies and Mlss-ssippl Central Railroads close at
ti.Vi p. m-
Way Mi;.'j 'Narrow Oaue Railroad closes at t
a. m. ,
Calreaud Evansvllle River Route close atf:30
p. m. !s)ijr (except Friday),
VXKICAN M. E. -Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets: services haMath 11
a. hi. and p. m.; Ktiuday School l:'M p. in.
CIIR!STIAN-EI;;hteeilh street; meeting Salt
uitn 10:) p. in.; preaching occasionally.
pilt'RCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth street; Morning prajer (haMmta)
10:10 a ni.; evcntiix prayers,?:) p.m.; bah!ia:h
school V a. in .
THIRST MISSIONARY RAPTIST CIU'RCll
I Pri?B. hl:i nt 10::v a. m.. S p. m.. aud ?::! p. m.
habbatb mtiool at 7:30 p. m. K?v. T. J. biiorn,
ICTnERAX-Thlrt'-enth street; services SaV
J hath 1 : V) a. lu. ; Sunday school 2 p. in. Ki v
MET!lonHTCnr. Elsrhth and Walnut streets;
I'reachiiii; htal!i lo.:) a. m. aod 7 p.m.;
prayer meeilti. Welrijd"' 7:30 . nt.; .Sunday
fcccool, y a. in. Rcr. Wulttaker, pastor.
pERSHYTERIAN-Elchth ireet; prcachlne ou
I Salilmih at a. in. aiftl T ;:V m.; prayer
meeting Wedii' wlay at ?:3ip. in.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. It. Y. George. paMor.
CECOND FREE WILL EAITIST - Fif:. ei.th
lO street. b"ict n Walnut and Cedar street; nor
vices Sahbaih at 8 and T :3U p. m.
ST. JOSEPH K-Rnmn Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnnt street. : services tsaMiath 10:1) a.
m ; Sundiiy Schiol at i p. m.; V'iht S p. m.; ncr
ici every dBy at S p. m.
CT. HATRh'K'S-KnmaB Catholic) Corti'-r Ninth
O atr-et ami Wab!uifton atcuue; i ntrct
nata and M a. m.; Vht S p. m.; Sanday Schix.l
t p m : rvice every day at p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
O P KsiWflPT' TRAINS LEAVE AND
- rAoorji.urjn arrive daily.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
without changing cir. Tjc direct ro;ite to
Ami all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Tralni" leave and arrive at Cairo a follow.:
Kspri'i". dally except Sunday
it Hi, duiiy.
Mail, daily except Sunday
....riO a 111.
JAM 2S JOHNSON.
Oeaeral Son Agt.
JOHN H.. TONES.
'i QAIUO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. -W. SMITHKllf, liHoivcr.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tl.roufh Exprem leaven Cairo 8:1." a m.
Tlironb Expreaa arrive at E. St. Lout.. 5:ii0p.m.
ThroiiRh lkxprn leave K. St. l.oui.... lt:ta.ra.
Throuuh Expre arrive at Cairo 5:l0p.ni.
Miirphyoboro accommodation leave Calroli 2S p.m.
Mii'phyhoro Ace. arrive at Mnrphyboro : l p m.
Murpliyslioro Acc. leave MurphyMioro. .. 4:15a.m.
Murpliylioro Acc. arrive at Cairo 10 45 a.m.
' The Cairo St. Louis Rail Road t the only all
Rail Routn between Cairo and St. Loul tinder one
i manaKomtiiit, therefore tbera an no delay at
way station awaiting connection from other line.
Cloe and euro connection ut St. Loul with other
line for North, Eat aud Yct.
J.A.NAUOLK. L. M. JOHNSON.
Acrut. Oeneral Maiiager.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R.R.
rtl fTT17QTlIK SHORTEST ROUTE TO
i7 MIT V3 Till? SHORTEST TO LOUIS
MlLfiO vil.LK, CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMORK AND WASHINGTON.
'-H AfTT.PQTHK SHORTEST TO INDIAN
rt MlljLCJ A1H)L1S,PH1LADEL1'UIA,NKW
YORK AND ROSTON
Otcr trains of all other routes making the same
' Pact)(icr br other route to make connec
tion mnt rldu all nlnht. waiting from one to lx
nonra at arnnu couuiry atauona tor train oi cuu
y IMSdOHSUaiDIUiy m. train, reachinB Evan
llle, IndlanapoH, Cincinnati and Lonlavllle am
day.' TrntDi leave aud arrive at Cairo aa follow:
Mall leave 4 :4ft a m.
Mall arrive 10:00p.m.
Throuah tlckiti and check to all important
Ka'mILLER ROSWELL MILLER,
Uen'I I'a. Agent. Ueneral Sup't.
h. B. CHURCH, Patsgajer Agoat. .
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. RURNETT, Pkoprietor.
Of all Disfriptions at Lowest Prices.
To Oixlcr on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 ami 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 and C Pound.
Bill Heads, Hand l(i Pound.
Statements, f and 0 Pound,
Bills Ladinsf, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
White and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY
ON!i OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of the nineteenth century, and ono that takei
e'i" il rank with the Invention of the telephone.
tUeeloctrlc Holland other acieutlllc marvlea ol
t:iuaK.l thai of
Heniys CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thla Compound pocsr the mot remnTkahlo
Hi'aliiiiJ Properties of any known aaeut employ
ed fur the purpose of curing
SORES, WOUNDS, CUTS, RRUISEH,
Inflitracd and abraded Hurfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It cleaning properties remove all linpnrllle
that 111 n clef the formation of a healthy rlrli. end
the work of cure troe on to rompletion with
niont WONDEKFI L RAPIDITY. Let no family
bcwlthout a box of It In the houo. Pbyiciana
extol Hi virtue: and the tho thoiiHand who
Imvenccd It, unite in recommciidliii It. Reware
Ask for Henry 's Carbolic Salve, and tako
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN A: CO.,
(3) Hole Proprietor,
BARCLAY BROS., wboleaalo Afirt.--
Jessk IIInkle, N. B. TiiiiTLEwoori, J. II Moore
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. l-.'3 aud U'T Commercial Avenue.
tSfLlberal Advancement made on Consign
ment of Tobacce. Flour, and Grain.
tTAs- ut for Gear. Scott ii Co. threshing ma
chine, portable av mill und threshing tnj-iue.
Aceut furt'bumplon barvetiug Biachine. mowers
FLOUR. GRA IX AND HAY
Holiest Ciish Priee Paid for Wheat.
Jf EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I a,!,, Til
Commercial Ave., vttllU. JJ1.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
K.SMYTH it CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly a largo
tock of the bet pood in the market and pive
epecial attention to the wholesale brauch ef the
MEAT MARK FT.
Comer Woahinfiton Avenue and Eight Street.
CAIRO, : : : ILLINOIS
A full and complete supply of the bet of all
kind meat always on hand.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between "Woajhlnjcton and Com
mercial Av., adioinlns Xlannys.
KEl'lT ",ctbe hMt Pork. Mutton, Veal,
famiiiTtAr!u.K,'. U(1 PfiT'l toaervs
"amines in in acceptahlo. niMinet. ,
. wviiiuttU. AlWLST 1, 1879.-
i i i
l2iT-now.tn Ptiysilolfan, "ha, no cfjnal si a blood
Svlii '.k 11'!'""ln,o' lw many wonderful euros af
'".'!' olh,;rremedle had railed. I visited tbu lab
1? 1.7' "d convinced myself of its jronulno merit.
M,Pi,',lll,r'.',.from,,ttrk" ,om" nud herbs, each of
in , . il' ,,i!ly elective, and they nro compouniled
in s'icn u milliner as to produce astonishing results.
Is the ;;n m blood pnrlilcr.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
I recommended by physicians and apothecaries.
Hn effected some marvelous cure In cases
Cures the worst cases of dnkcr.
Meets with wonderful emcee In Mercurial diseases
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the system.
Remove Pimple and Humors from the fice.
Cures Constipation and reflates the bowel.
Is a valuable remedy for Hjadacho.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restore the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Falutness at the stomach.
Cures Pains lu the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
Is effective in Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Isthc crest remony for General Debility.
, IS Til E BEST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Ve?ctine is Sold By all Drujrffists,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
OFFIC 10 :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
LOOTS AND SnoES,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, i
Comer KlguU' street f
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 31, 2: p. m. -Wheat
untjhMgcU-Wintcr, Oi 2dk 8J; Spring,
10d3 lld California average, 8 Cd
9s 8d; California club, 0s CdQIOs.
Corn 4s 5d.
NEW YOItK ORA.IN.
New York, July 31, 12:03 p.m.-Wheat
No. 2 Chicago, $1 041 05; No.
2, Milwaukee, $1 04t 05; Red Winter,
II 05t 11 if ; No. 2 Rod Winter, 1 11
X 11; fco. 2 AiulH;r, 1 10. Corn quiet
-No. 2, 44?.f44;i.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
CurcAoo, July 31, 10 a. sr. Fork Au-
ffiist, $S 02t9 05; September, 3 12.
Onts-Atigusr, 2i4; September, 2iU.
Corn August, 3t'; September, 3,-);
Whcrtt Autrust. S'JHi Sentemlwr. fif).
j , ' ' - - 1 - '
Chicago, July' 31, 1 1 :00 a. M-r-Corn-
August, 34:V; September, 3o. Pork-
August, $8 10; September, 3 20. Oats
August, S4343; September, 24.
Wheat August, 80; September, 89 i,
Chicago, July 31, 12:00 M. Pork Au
gust, fS 10; September, $8 20. Wheat-
August, 89;; September, 894'89.
Oats August, 23?; September, 23.
Corn August, 34 ?g 34 Hi September,
35 i 35 M.
THIRTEEN NEW CASES AND ONE
DEATH IN MEMPHIS.
ONE OF THE INMATES OF THE JAIL AT
TACKED SATISFACTORY REPORTS FROM
THE NEIGHBORING CAMPS.
Memphis, July 80. The weather has
been bright, with moderate temperature
The board of health reports thirty new
cases, seven of which are colored people
The undertakers report no interments
caused by yellow fever.
THE ONLY CCRIAL9
Of the day being three colored infants
neither one over half a month old. It
just learned that Mr. Samuel Hatcher, who
has been sick several days, died about 8
o'clock to-night. His decline began early
this morning. Chief Athy's daughter is
reported verv low to-day, as 19 also iiis
brother, the latter throwiner himself into a-
relapse by imprudence. A white woman
whose name cannot be learned now was put
in jail yesterday charged with vagranc
She is to-day down with a well-marked
case of tho fever. She is supposed to have
carried the germs of the disease with her.
She was immediately removed and proper
disinfection of the jail and prisoners beiran.
John Holly, the reported new case above,
was sent in from
CAMP FATHER MATTHEW,
The first caso developed out thorp. Tin
went from the North Memphis infected dis
trict and has been returned to that locality
to be treated for the disease. The colored
people have established a camp down on
the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad
which they have named Camp Douglass,
and already a number of families are com
fortably located tl-er;. Persons who visited
both Camp Murks and Camp Douglas to
day returned to the city, regretting that
their business deprives them of the
pleasure of going out to remain
during the summer, as says one, "It seems
more like an old-fashioned camp meeting
or a summer resort such as the country
people used to enjoy." Another train
load of people went out to-dnv, and a
larger number may be expected to go to
Is the idea, and all express a willingness
to assist in the only known means of de
feating yellow jack this season.
MORE NEW CASES AT NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, J uly 30. Two suspicious
cases ot fever were reported to the Board of
Health to-day, making a total of five now
under observation. No deaths.
John Knoop, the Norwegan, is much bet
ter. His case, together with that of Fitz-
patrick, were reported to the Board of
Health as genuine yellow fever.
Dr. Choppin, who has been absent several
days, returned to-day and visited Fitzpat
rick, who is sitting up. Dr. Choppin ex
presses tho belief that Fitzpatrick has not
ad yellow fever. The other patients aie
doing well. It is now believed that they
will all recover.
Havana, July 30. One hundred and
seventeen deaths from yellow fever occur
red during tho week ending July 20.
MORE TESTIMONY FROM CniCAOO MEN ON
T THE SUBJECT.
The MBtTftMuional Rommttton In uuiinn
la Chicago bean Hon. J. Y. Lcmmon, who
stated his belief that tha panic of 1878 il-
.usa i,.jt mo , Tiieailtir for more
NEW SERIES NO. 31.
money, which lesson other disasters to tho
nation and to private individuals have on-
forced from 1873 to 1878. A certain class
of people had plenty of mouey, but the ma
jority lived witliout. The laws of supply
and demand alone should limit the supply '
of currency. He would double the present
amount of currency by gradual issues.
Joseph K. C. Forrest stated that he be
lieved the panic resulted from too much
personal money, coin nnd too little imper
sonal money, paper. If the money of tho
government continued inflating, according
to Secretary Shcrntan's method, we would
come to a crash. If wo allowed England
to dictate our prices she would erelong
wipe out her labor and impoverish ns. Ha
favored the rcpoal of the resumption act. .
William Haley, a publisher representing
the Greenback uertv. rend LU
present depression, ho believed resulted "
irom over lniiauon and speculation, and .
then a too sudden tontraction. The Shy
locks had all the money and they demand
exorbitant, rates of interest for it. He se
verely denounced Secretary Sherman and
tho Republican party. There was no such
thinff DO&siblo aa nvrr-nrmlivfinn Tt,
- J' - '." k. U.IVU, tUIJ
government should, like France, employ
idle labor ou Dublin u-nrlr Arnt,i,rf.,.r.o
are hard hearted and solflah n.i t,nar,tino
of the condition of labor. Eiirht hoBurs wah '
loner enoucrh for a dnv's wnrt Tin
believe in violence and disorder, but Hid
believe in justice.
John D. Kedzie thought the depression
which covered the whole world had a two-'
tola cause. First, revulsion from the era
of indebtedness and speculation that ruled
UP to 1875: and second. tllAdimnnot-t7ntir,n
of silver by all countries of tho world about ,
me same time, i lie latter was the princi
pal cause. France alone- didn't ilomnn.
tize, and Franco alone had been prosperous
as we arc now getting to be, under the
Prossect of a double ntnndnrd. TT nnmuod
the income tax, regarding it unfair to tax a
man s property ana men compel htm to
pay second tax out of the residue.
dunge an niggins neid that the trouble
is eaused by a lack of currency to compen
He who drinks and goes away
Will live to drink another day.
And ho who drinks betweon thodrluk
Eight uulckly la the gutter sinks.
The saddle-cloth ot polo-ponies is now
cut a polo-neighs. Mad Demorest.
Sara Bernhardt dresses elegantly, but is
so thin that her clothes may bo said to be
ucxt to nothing. Obhkosh Christian Advo
cate. , , . ,
"Husband means 'band ot the house.' "
We thought it was the mothe-in-law who ,
made all the music Sunday School Visi
tor. Mr. Talmage is still exciting great iuter- ' ,
est in England, as the only American
preacher who can twist his leg up over his
shoulder and use it for a necktie. Chris
"In childhood's happy, sunny days, We
take no notn of time." sacg an old poet.
And that's where vou tret stuck. Ro wi'n
Take a notof time and every ono else. And
a bond and mortgage when you can get
them. Pewee Methodist.
Boys, don't be deceived. A pirl wlm
will talk of the "limbs" ot a table will
alter marriage, chase vou all around
ragged ramparts of a two acre lot with a
rolling pin and a regular kerosene confla
gration in both eyes. Tho Woman's Jour
nal. "Must have been raining dry goods
around here last night," said the old man
as he picked up a couple ot coat tails and
the seat of a pair of pantaloons, in a very
torn and ragged condition. And Emily
Jane feels in her heart that dear Chariot
Augustus won't try to have any more
clandestine interviews while that con
founded dog is around and pa won't al
low her to receive him in an open manner.
San Francisco Argus.
The New Orleans Timi-s wonders "why
the Galveston Board of Health don't quar
antine New-York and BrooWlvn. Thnv
have had a good many cases of real im
ported yellow fever there alrondr ami
judging from the tono of tho papers, fears
01 uu cpuiemic are seriously entertained."
Dlt. BfLL's Ealtimnrr. PJIIa
quickly remove th
ated habit of body and all its pernicious
ciiects. I'ncc 25 cents. Sold by all drug
gists. A C.vnn To nil
the errors and indiscretions of votith. upr-
vous weakness, early decay, loss of ninn-
uoou, etc., 1 win send a receipt tlmt will
cure you, free of ciiarok. This great
remedy was discovered bv a miwionarv in
South America. Send a self-addressed en
velope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inmas. Htn.
tion D. New York City.
Don't Be Deceived. Mauy porsous 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 ami
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely euro a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. Wo
know it will euro when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund tho price paid if you rccclvo no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Prico
10 cts. 50 cts. aud $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, uso Sltiloh's
Porous riaster. Price 23 cts. For salo by
Wry will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and ffen . ,
eral debility when you can get at our stores ,
ShiloYs Sytem Vitalizer which wo sell on
a positive tfuaronteo to euro you. Price
lOcti. and 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
Brothers. ' ' (; ' ,
'Hackcktack'' a popular f-l f- ! :
pcrfumo. Sold by VKtj t