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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
B. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.B.
TRAIN AUIIIVI. TIIAINI UKI-ART
Villi 4:OS .m. I Mall 3:lu.ra.
Eiprew 8:00 p.m. Kxpn-m tl:00 p.m.
CAIRO Sc VINCENNE3 It. R.
Mull 10:00p.m. Mull 4:45 n.m.
CAIRO 8T. LOUIS U. R.
Bxprew R:10 p.m. 1 ExprcM '...8:45 a. m
Accom diitlon. 10:45 p.m. Accom'datlun.lS:5p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mai! 5:30p.m. Mall 5:00 .m.
C. A. T. RAILROAD"
Tex-inerpntM... 2:40 a.m. I Texas cxpn-nn 2:15p.m.
Accommmlat'ij.it :30 a.m. I
GENERAL DELIVERY open . :: a.m.: do
6:30 p.m.; Sunday: (J to a. m.
Money OMur Department open at 8 a.m.; cloies
at p. m.
TUroiili ExnrcM Mall via I!llnnl Central and
MiwtKiilppI Ceu'.ral Riillrosdn clone at 12::yi p. m.
Cairo and Poplar bluff Through and Way Mall
eleven at i:v)p. m.
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
cvnnet and Mlm.Mlppl Central Itailroadu cloe at
Way Mai! to: Narrow Gauge Railroad clone at 8
Cairo and Evan.vllle I'.tvcr Route cloaca at. (1:30
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
CH LECHES. '
AFRICAN M. B.-Fourteenth Hreet. brtween
Walnut and Cedar Direct: enlce Sablialb 11
a. ill. aud :'W p. m.; Sunday School 1:3U p. in.
CUMSTIAN-Eltthteeutta atret-t; meeting Sab
batb 0M p.m.; preachiux occatonally.
CMIURCH OK THE REDEEMER EplC(pal)
J Fourtovnlb .trevt; Morning prayer. (SaUiatb)
1J:W a. in.: eveulni; prayer, ,:) p.m.; babbatb
acbool a. m.
J MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHl'UCH.
I'reai.hin at 10::na. m.. :i p. m.. and p. m.
r-abla'ii ulioul at p. m. Kev. T. J. Shore,
IUTHERAN-Tbirteenth ttreet; tervlce Sah
J batlt I ::JO a. m. ; Suci'.ay acbool 2 p. m. Rev
METIIODIST-Cor. ElcMh and Walnut atreeta;
i'rearbins Sntilmtb WM a. m. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer mculiii,;, WedRfiwIav T::W p. m.; SuLday
School. i a. m. iter. W hlltiAer. p&fior.
I)P.ESIJYTE!1IAN-Eli.'btb atn-et: preachaz on
hab)3!li at ll:uO a. m. and ?::ip. m.; myt
meellBK Weilm-ndnv at T::)p. m.; Sunday iicayul
at 3 p. m. Rev. B. V. Ueorje. pator.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteetili
ftrvet, between Walnut and Cedar lnrt, cr
virea balibatb at 3 and T : V p. m.
ST. JOSEI'H'S-4Ri!nan Catbollo Corner Cro
and Walnut Hrt-H; n-rvlcea SvhaD J0::JOa.
m ; Sunday .bonl at t! p. m. ; Yeper 3 p. m. ; icr
vicca erery day at 8 p. m.
CT. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
to utreet and WahtUtn avenue; tervtcei sti
bath and lit a. m. ; Vi;ter 3 p. in. ; Bandar School
2 p. rr. : erice every day at p. m. Kev. F. Zabel,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
UJ M W JUL.
) IMWl'YflVP TRAINS LEAVE AND
J iAoofcMl fill ARRIVE DA ILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
wituOJt chantflsj earn. The direel ronte to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train leave and arrive at Cairo as follo:
Etrre. dally except Sunday PH
Mat:, daily 4:10 m-
Exrre. dallf 5:10 p.m.
Mail, dAily except Sunday '. 3:Wa m.
JAMES JOHNSON. JOHN H.JONES.
OcacralSou Agt Paoenger Agt.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. AV. SMITIIKllS, Heoeiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tliroucli Expreaa leavea Cairo S:45 a m.
Throuch Expn arrlvon at E.St. Louis.. 5:iJp.m.
Throuuh Kxpp-n leavea E. St. I.oul l:ita.m.
Through Kxpre. arrive at Cairo 5:10p.m.
Murpbvaboro accommodation leave CalroVJ.SJ p.m.
Mu'ph'yahoro Acc. arrive at Murphyshoro H:V p.m.
Murphy'ioro Acc. leave Murpliyaboru... 4:15 a.m.
Murpliyaboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 10 45a.m.
The Cairo A St. Lotil Rail Road 1 the only all
Rail Route between Catro and St. Lonl under one
management, therefore there are no delay at
way station awiillliid connection from other Hue.
Clone and sure connection at St. Loula with other
line for North, Eat aud Weft.
J.A.NAUOLE. L. M. JOHNSON,
Ajjent. General Manager
CAIRO it VINCENNES R.R.
Pi HfTTTCSTHE 6HORTEST ROUTE TO
UJ. iJHUliO Kvansville.
i if tt tui rnit 8
4l MlLllid VII, I.E. CINCINNATI,
TIMOKK AND WASHINGTON
"ii Tlf TT TTQ TnK SHORTEST TO INDIAN
.1 MlLJCiO APOLIS.PUILADELPUIA.NKW
VUKtL AND 1IOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED.
Over tralua of all other route making tuo lamo
XV Paoneir hy other route to make connec
tl.n must ride all night. wattltiR from one to alx
hour at tmall country atutlou for train of con
T? V1V1 EM"R"RUTn FACT and take our 4 :45
lVilVJ.ii.UDXiU t tra,n wCBina Evan-
... . fit . . . . ... ABMA
Tine, inuiniinvuii, vincinuutl ana LiOU1viiiv
0y. 'iruiaa leave uu arriv. at vatro a lononri
Mall leavu 4:45 a.nv
u.n - i ..... .it.nrinm
Alitil rriTVB. . ..... , iu.w p.u.
Through tlclw and check to all lmportaut
F. A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
Gan'l Pa. Aeent. General Sup't
L. B, CUURCU, PaiionRer Agent.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Pi:oh:ietok.
Of all rkst riptions at Lowest Price?.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 and G found.
Pill Heads, I t and 16 Pound.
Statements, 5 and ( Pound.
Bills Lading, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PArEIL
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
White and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY
ONK OF TDK MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of l!io nineteenth century, and one that take
equal rank with the invention of the telephone,
t:;i ulectric light and other acleotiflc ruarvlee ol
tiic ugu, la that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Till Compound points the moat remarkable
Heallnir Properties or any known aaeul employ
ed for tuo purpose of cnrluu
HORES, WOUNDS, LXTS, BRUISES,
Inflamed and 'abraded surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DI8AKES.
Hit cleanHlng propertied remove all Impurltlc
thut hinder the rnrmutiou of a healthy rleKh. and
the work or cure L'fH B on to completion with
mort WONDEHFL L RAPIDITY. Let no tamlly
bewithout a box or it iu the house. PhyRlciant
extol its virtues: and the the thousands, who
have used it, unite In recommending it. Iieware
Ask for Henry 's Carbolic Halve, and take
JOHN P. HENRY, CUHRAN & CO.,
(1) hole Proprietor,
BARCLAY BROS., wholesale A-utits.
JESDB UlNKJ.E, N. B. TUIbTI.EM'OOD, J. II. MoonE
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. la and 127 Commercial Avenue,
taLilM ral Advancements made on CoueltTi
cit uts of Tohacce. Flour, aud (train.
W"AK-iits for Oear, Scott & Co. threhin! ma
rhiue, portable saw mill and tbrefthini; euiriuen.
Agents forChainpiuu harvesting machines, mower
FLOUK. GRAIN AND HAY
Hbbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I
o. o. patieii & CO.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Di-alrm In
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines ol all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTn A CO. have constantly a larco
stock of the best poods In the market and k'lve
especial attention to the wholesale branch nf the
Ctirner Wiishlnsttoii Avenue and Klt-hl Sired.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A Ml and complete supply of the best ,of all
kind meat always ou hand
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
lletwpou Wniahinuton nmt Coin
merulrd Av., tullolning Iltinny.
fBEPS for sale the besl Beet, Pork, Mutton, V
r.-.1V,l,m '' l!,aite1 4c, and It prepare! tod
umivs in an nceepiaiil mauLcr.
MORNING. AUGUST 2,
J!SiT Honlon ph'Rlctan, ha no cquul as a blood
J.n .J,e,riui'..oriu many wonderful enrea af
;Ji0 ht;rrt'mcUt'illa ! I visited the lub
i? nd cV5Ylncyd !eit f " Renuino merit.
i Prared from barks, roots and herb,eachof
. I n!i''ly effective, and they arc compounded
in ancn a uiauuor ai to produce astonishing result.
I the grmt blood pnrlfler.
Will cure tho worst case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physicians and ttpolherurlea.
Ilaa effected some marvelous cures In casta
Cures tho worst cases, of Canker.
Meets with wonderful success In Morciirinl diseases
Will eradicate Salt Kheum from the system.
Removes Pimples and Humors from tl) face.
Cures Constipation and regulate the bowels.
N a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restores the entire system to n healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Faiutnesi at the stomach.
Cures l'uins iu the Back.
Etlecl nally cures Kidney Complaint .
Is effective In its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the great remony for General Debility.
l TUS BEST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Veffetiue is Sold By all Druggists,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
() F1 F I C hi :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CL0T1T8,
t'uruer Eighth itreat
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liteupool, August 1, 2 p. si. Wheat
dull Winter, Os 2J93 U Spring, 7s
10(1(383 lOdj California average, 8s 6J
Os 8il; California club, Os M103. Com
NEW YORK GRAIN.
Nsflr York, August 1, 12:10 p. m.
Wheat quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 04
1 05; No. 2, Milwaukee, $1 04l 05;
Red Winter, $1 051 10f; No. 2 Red
Winter, 10J.; No. 2 Amber, $1 00.'
Corn quiet No. 2,
CIUCMJO ORAIX AND PRODUCE.
Cuicaoo, August 1, 10 a. m. Pork
August, if 3 15; Septcubcr, ?S 23.
Oats-August, 23; September, 2S.
Corn August, S48; Scptemlxir, 35.
Wheat-August, 8S; September, 87.
Chicago, August 1, 11 :00 a. it. Corn-
August, S4; September, 35; October,
?8'. Pork-August, 99 17 J; Septem
ber, ?S 21i. Oats August, 23; Sep-
tember, 23. Wheat-August, 8S4' ; Sep
tember, 87 ?.
Chicago, August 1, 12:00 m. Pork
August, $3 10; September, $3 20. Wheat
August, 88; September, 83. Oats
August, 23$; September, 23. Corn
August, 84344'; September, 34.
NEW CASES AND FOUR
DEATHS AT MEMPHIS.
DIMINISHED FEARS OK AS EPIDEMIC AT NEW
ORLEANS THE CRESCENT CITV COMPLAINS
OP THE RIGID QUARANTINE AGAINST HER.
Memphis, July 81. In conversa
tion with Colonel Cameron to
night on the subject he stated that a num
ber of the colored troops iu his command
draw rations enough tor a well-patronized
boarding-house, claiming that it is tor the
subsistence of the families dependent on
him. The rigid regulations governing the
distribution of these rations has nonplussed
a few who expected to fatten on it, as was
the case last summer.
In fact, tho general systematic manage
ment in all the departments,
including the Howard Association,
has caused disappointment to
many who expected lucrative places on the
relief board. Tho heads of departments
profi ted by last year's experience, and ex
press themselves determined on the enforce
ment of most rigid management this season.
The reports from the board of health show
nine new cases of yellow fever, ond four
deaths, one of the latter beyond the jurisdic
tion or tho board of health. Tony Botto,
the grocer on the corner of Elliott and De
Soto, it is said will die to-night. Chief
Athy's daughter is also reported dying and
his wife very low. His family moved out
to Raleigh, ten miles from the city, to
cscbpc tho infected district in North Mem
phis where they resided,
BCT TOO LATE. ,
His son and brother, the latter to-day, have
already died, and now his daughter and
wife, it seems, are soon to follow.
Wo hear to-night of
SEVERAL CASES AT N0NC0NNAH
Creek on the Hernando road, some four
miles from town. It is also reported that
physicians have found several cases in tho
North Memphis infected region that have
had no physicians or nurse as yet. They
will swell to-morrow's list of new cases. It
is noticed that all the new cases to-day are
in one or the other of the two infected dis
tricts of tho city or in close proximity show
ing that the disease is yet confined to those
New Orleans, July 81. The child
Bcrkson, aged 4 years, residing at 207
Seventh street, died of yellow fever at 4
o'clock this evening. The child was taken
sick on Monday. The bed aud bedding
have been ordered by the board of health
to be burned. Tho place has been disin
fected and the house will lie fumigated us
soon as the body is buried. This death is
officially reported by the board of health.
No new cases have been reported at tho
board of health or sanitary auxiliary
association during the last 24 hours. Dr.
Choppin and members of tho board hold
that all cases reported to them, save the
child, brought from' Morgan City, have hib
ernated from last year and arc sporadic
cases, l no excitement lias greatly subsi
ded. But four sleepers, with every berrli
taken, left by tho Mobile lino this evening.
The Jackson train carried out a goodly
number. A case from tho hospital, report
ed as yollow fever, was examined by Drs.
Choppin, Hcrrick and other physicians, and
pronounced to bo malarial fever. Mobile
will establish ft local quarantine against
New Orloans to-day. The board of health
adopted resolutions deprecating the 'enact-
NEAV SERIESNO. 32.
mcnt ot severe quarantine regulation!
against their city, expressing the opinion
that there Is no reason for alarm, and hop
ing that soon places and citizens that have,
through great prudence, put up quarantine
bars, will feel it in their power to take them
down and allow the business of tho coun- i
try to proceed whore it can do so without
any real danger to the public health. Dr.
Choppin says there is no fear of an epi
demic. Oncase is reported at Quaran
tine station and two suspicious cases of
children on Washington street.
Little Rotk. .Tnlv SI. A mn rurno
down from Charleston, Mo., to Poplar Bluff,
without permission of Dr. Jones and got on
again at Poplar Bluff without permission
of Dr. Waters. At Walnut Ridge the peo
ple threatened to hang him if ho didn't get ,
out. It was determined to send him back
on a freight but he took to the woods.
The board of health Lore adopted the
following resolution, introduced by Dr.
iiti.a l. r it. ei"f .. . -
fc.iv umuuvwtui v& nil, 1JUUI0,
Iron Mountain and Southern railroad be
notified that whenever any person, baggage,
mail, express or freight is found on one of
tho south-bound trains against the quaran
tine regulations of this board, tho said
management shall arrange for its transpor
tation back to the point from whence they
brought it without the necessity of doliveT
ing the same at any point on said road."
On motion ot Dr. Dcbrill quarantine was
declared against New Orleans.
Chattanooga, Tenn., July 31. This city
quarantines against New Orleans to-day.
Hickman, Ky., has established quaran
tine against all steamboats up or down.
Some of our ablest citizens have remem
bered the poor and sent them substantial
relief. It i3 an example- that should bo
followed by others who are now sojourning
in pleasant places, enjoying the wealth
they have acquired in Memphis. No one
blames them for going away from home
during the heated term everybody Bhould
do so if possible; but they should not in
their pleasure forget thoso who are forced
by poverty to remain here a prey to pestil
ence and famine. To do so would be to
brand themselves as heartless Shylocks,
who care not for the suffering and death of
any man so the coveted pqund of
flesh be forthcoming. It would be a shame
upon the rich men ot Memphis for all time to
come if tlfey fail to provide for the compar
atively small number of wretched fugitives,
who will have to be fed by somebody; for,
in case they do fail to do so, it will have ti
be done by outsiders, who are not supposed
to be interested in the welfare of Memphis
or her people on any other ground than
that of common humanity. Despite tho
epidemic the last business season was a
prosperous one. The merchant and banker
realized his profits, the money-lender gath
ered in his usury, and the real estate owner
collected his rents as usual. In a word,
they all made money, and it is as little as
they can do to devote a little of their gains
to the sick and suffering at their gates.
WHACKING THE DOCTORS.
The medical profession has a great ad
vantage over all others when the family
don't understand a disease they give it
some dark and mysterious name that of
itself awes and silence the outside barbar
ians. For instance, there is "pernicious'
fever. That the disease is rightly named
no one can deny, because it kills about nine
out of ten, and cannot help being highly
pernicious, but that the term means any
thing beyond that has never yet appeared.
And then there's ''sporadic." What a fino
mouth-filling word it is. It was first
brought into use in Memphis after Mul
brandon's death, and was supposed at tho
time to describe the disease ho died ot. It
must have been all right, for the
faculty indorsed it; so any man
who disputes it is simply an unmitigatod,
presumptuous ass. Ot course, liavmg de
termined this point, the learned pundits of
the lancet nnd pill-box declared that thcro
was no danger of an epidemic, becauso no
well defined sporadic had ever been known
to dispcrso itself in a community against
the peace and dignity of the same. Bur,
alas, for the predictions of the wise I It
turned out that it was not a "sporad," but a '
"spore" that the autopsy of poor Mulbran
dou had brought to light. Tho lively
"spore," unlike "tho other, has never been
known to keen within bounds, and we seo
tue result oi its researcnes in mo Biirewu vi
the fever over almost tho whole city. It is
best not to mention the term sporadic in
the presence of a physician it is obsolete
now, and arouses unpleasant reflections in
his mind. . , .
"Mt child was affected in the samo man
ner as yours, Mrs. B. and Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup 'gave il almost immediate relief; I
would surely give it a trial."
Experienced Dairymen Know that it
is necessary to keep an even standard of
color in butter the year round. Therefore
when the color falls away in July and Au
gust they use Wells, Richardson & Co's
Perfected Butter Color. It is a vogetablo
compound pure and harmless, and adaa
much to, the value of butter.
A Card To all who are Buffering from
tho errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man- ,'
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, krek . or cnAKoa. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send a seli-addressed en
velope to the Rkv.Josrpii T. Inmah, Sta
tion D. New York City. . f:
Jackson'a best Sweet Navy To-