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Dally except Sunday, Daily.
Circuit Jndeo 1). J. Ilakr.
Circuit Ork-A. II. Irvlo.
Couiity JiidKa-K. H Yocum.
Conuty Clfrk tl. J. Jlmnm.
County AttoTiuy J M. Dnmrnn.
Cuiinty Trvaaurur Milca W. TarkiT.
Coroner It. Kltcerald.
Cuuuty Coini.-ili'atnnvra T. W. Ilalililn, J. A.
Ulliha and .aiuuul lirlk'y.
Mayor N.H. Thiatlewood.
Trt-aKurer T J . Krth.
Clerk-UrnriU. J. Foli-r.
Couiiiwlor Wui. B. Ulfhcrt.
Maroiial L. U. Mi-jwra.
Attorney William liendricka.
boaku or ALDIUalH.
Klret Ward-Fetor Haiip. T. M Klmbrooch.
Henoiid Ward Ji-mc lilnkif, C. . Ilugtien.
Tlilrd Ward-B. Y, Wake, Joint Wood,
fourth Ward-Charlea O. Fitter, Adolpli Bwo
tuxla. fifth Ward-T. W. Ualllday. Krneat b. Pettlt.
CAlKO BAITHT.-Tompcra iea hall on Tenth
ttm-t; p rear, hi he flrl and third Sunday! In
eic month. 11 a m. and 7: p. m.; prayer meet
lug Tuursday, 7:p. m ; Hunday fthool, :Wa m.
Ucv. A. J. UK8S, Pastor.
CnniCII OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth atreet; Sunday ?;Oia. rn., Holy
EurhuUt; :) a. m .. Hunday t hool ; 10 :.. a.m.,
Morning prayert; 8:wp. m.. eveniiiK prayerf. F.
I. Davenport, S. T. H Hector.
1JMR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCRCH.
F PrvachlnuatlO:)a. n..,3p. m.. and 7:30 p. m.
Bahbath icbool at 7:30 p. m Rrr. T. J. Shorn,
JCTHERAN-Thlrtecnth atreet; aorvUea Hab
j bub l:3ii a. m.; hunday cbool2p.m. Hev.
METHODIST-Cor. KleMh and Walnut Hreeta;
I'reachlrip Sabbath 10:30 m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedneaday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school, V a. m. Her. Whlttaker, pastor.
IJKESHYTKKIAS -Ktifhtb atreet; preachlnc on
Katihath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mwtluj; Wtdnedav at 7:3") p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. ru. Rev. B. V. George, paator.
ST. JOSEl'Il .S- Roman Catholic) Corner Croia
and Walnut atrium; lervlren Sabbath I0:3ua.
ai.; Swtidar School at t p. m. ; Veepera 3 p. cu. ; aer
ncea avery day at a p. m.
ST. rATRICK S-lloruan Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Washington avenue; aervtee Hab
Dath 6 and 10 a. in. ; Veep'? 3 p. m.; Sunday School
k p. m. aervlcca every day at 3 p. m. Rev. Mu.strpm
R. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Orrii-i-No. 1:1 Commercial Arcane, between
Blghth and Ninth Street
H. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFK'E-Eiiihth Street, near Coma.erc!al Avenue.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. Si SO. liY.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TK4INS tIAVI CA1UO,
Arkam-aaandTexaa !ipreM ...12;( p.m. Daily
Expreaa 2:55 a.m. Dally
Accommodation 2:30 p.m. Dally
Ticket omce: NO. Ohio Leve.e.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
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Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Running
Making Direct Connection
Tiuma Lavi Caibo;
3:10 it m. Mall,
ArrlvluK In St. Loula 0:45 a.m.; ChicaRo, 8:30 p.m. j
CoiinectlnK ai Odin and Kriluijham for Cincin
nati, Loulavlllv, Indlaiiapolia and points hast.
11:10 a.m. Ht. J.oiin and "Western
ArrtvlitD In St. Loula 7:05 p. in., and connecting
for all point Went.
4:UO p.m. Fast Kxpreaa.
lor 8t. I.oula and Chlrnoi), arriving at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:80 a.m
4:'JU p.m. Cini'Innatl Kxprpna.
Arriving at Clnclunatl 7:00 a.m.! I.ouiairllle 7:30
a.m.; Indlauniiolla 4:00 a.m. I'aMunRera by
thia train ruaeli the ahovu point 1U to 30
UOUUS In advaucu or any other route.
1-10 4:90 0. m. axpreaa haa PULLMAN
SLUEl'lNM CAR Cairo io Cincinnati, without
chaitRus, Diid turotiKh aluapora to St, tonli and
Fast Time East.
Po aunt i rrnva tnls 1,1,8 B through to Kaot.
X ttsntilia ern points without any delay
caueed by Sunday intervening. The Snturday after
noon train from Cairn arrive In now York Monday
morning at lo:85. Tulrty-alx. hours In advance ol
any othur routu,
. tWVot through ticket and further Information,
apply at llllunl Central Railroad Depot, Cairo,
JA. JOHNSON, J. U. JONES,
(ten. Houthorn Agent. Tk'kut Agent,
i. U. UANSUN, dun. fasa, Agent, Chicago.
THE IOK KING.
Ready now, to ftirnlahand deliver ICE In any
O'lantliy both wholeaale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I renpoctfully aollclt the p atroimge of all my old
rrlend aud as many new ouea, and guarniitee them
eatUfattlon. JACOB KLEK.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED TOR 8UIPPIN0.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couatantly on baud
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At cue dollar per load.
The "rlmmln(;a"are coarae fhavlngt and make
the bet uninir wood for cooking purpose a well
a the chcapeat ever aold In Cal.-o. For black
smith 'a nse In aettlng tire, they are unequalled.
Leave your order at the Tenth etrcet wood yard
t "4 ta
Jf EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth atreet Pailft Til
Commercial Avenue I vallU, Ali.
MILL AND C0MMI8SI0N.
FLOUE, GRAIN AND HAY
Hlffbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Oor.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1,
The Great Skin Cure
Itching and Scaly Diseases,
Humors of the Scalp, and
Geo. W. Brown, 4 Murball atroet, Providence,
R. I., cured by Cutlcura Rcmedleaof a Ringworm
Humor, got at the barber', which aprcad all over
hi eara, nock and lace and for tlx yeara resisted all
kind of treatment.
F. II. Drake, Ei-q., agent for Harper aud Brother
Detroit, Mlth., give an astonishing account of hi
caae 'Ecaema ItCHiou I), which had been treated by
a conaultatlon of physician without benefit, and
which yielded to the Cuticura Reaolvent Internally
and Cuticura and Cutlonra Soap externally.
U. A. Raymond, Auditor Y W..J.& S. R. It.,
JarkKon, Mich., waa cured of Scald Head of nine
yeara' duration by the Cuticura Remcdiea.
Don. Wm. Taylor, Bost'in, .Mai-., permanently
cared ol a humor of the faco and scaly (eczema)
that bad been treated nniuccemfully for twelve
year by many of Boi-tou'a belt pbyr-lcians and
moat noted pecialits, a well at European au
Mr. Bower, lit Clinton st., Cincinnati, speaks
of ber sister's child, who was cured of ml!U crutt
which resisted all remedies for two 'years. Now a
fine, healthy boy, with a beautiful head of hair. TBI
Frank A. Ilean, Mcam Fire Engine . Uoflou,
was cured of alopecia, or falling of the hair, by the
Cuticura Insolvent internally and Cuticura and
Cuticura Soap eitcrnally. which completely re
stored bla huir when all (aid ho would lose It.
Thomas I,ee, SiTtt Frankford avenue, Philadel
phia. afTllcted with dandrnff, which for twenty
year had covered his scalp with scales oue quar
ter of and inch in thickness, cured by the Cuticura
The Cuticura Treatment consists In tho internal
neo of the Cuticura Resolvent, the new Blood puri
fier, and the external use of Cuticura and Cuticura
Boap, the Great Skin Cure.
Fur Sunburn, Tan aud Groasy Skin use Cuticura
soap, an exquisite toilet, bath and nursery sanatlvo
fragrant with delicious flower odors and healing
Remedies for salo by all Drugglata. Price
of Cuticura, a Medicinal Jelly, small boxes,
SO cents: largo boxes, $1. Cuticura Resolv
ent, the new Wood Purifier, $! per bottle. Cuti
cura Soap (the queen of medicinal and toilet soaps)
2.1c. Cuticura Medicinal Shaving Soap, 15 cents.
Principal depot, WEEKS A TOTTER.
mailed fri'e ou receipt of prlto.
More continuous and pow
erful electric action is oh-
tmitim ar,lnnffalned from Coi.i.i.ns' Vol.-
ivkvww ija.iaiKrAI(. Ei.r.niiic Tlast-his than
Pf4BYfQ!& and battery made They
A3 T are a speedy and certain cure
for Tain auil Weakness of the I.tiuL'. Liver, Kid
neys, and I.'rinary Oreans, Rheumatism. Neuralgia
Hysteria, Kemalo Weakness. Nervous Pains and
V eakuetses. Malaria, and I'evi r and Acuc. Trice
' Cents. Sold everywhere.
WEEKS & POTTEH.Boston. Mas.
Oil BITTER WATER, .
BOTTLES OR ON DRAUGHT
74 Ohio Levee and Eighth
Street aud Washington Ave.
, AN OPEN LETTER.
Dear Mm I am so glad to hear
from yon and that the weather is so cool
and pleasant where yon are, for tho mer
cury in the thermometer has ascended in a
balloon and nothing but a bloomer costume
ia at ull endurable here.
Yea, dear, floods in our lino has been so
awful high lately that I have tonight my
self very little; but I was down town tho
other day, mid having a few moment upon
my hands, I stepped into J. Burgers', and
saw a full line of corsets nice ones too, for
85 cU worth at least 75 cts.; large size
parasols, 20 cts., cheap at 35 eta.; farmer
satla ones, 50 cts., worth 1.50, and all silk
extrasizecl,75cts.,which I thought was worth
2.00. I don't see how ho can sell goods
so cheap. Why, I saw ten and fifteen cent
hankerchief's selling for five and ten cents.
Hm las some nfw styles in pillow shams
and tidies ft th French names Apelacatc,
(IUj3ier bnxle). How dow you like my
Remnants, Julia, of all kinds, wliicli, bo
says, he must sell at any price to make
room for the large stock, Mr. J. Burger,
who is in New York, is buying daily and
to prevent accumulation.
He says he don't believe in asking a big
price because he can get it, but believes in
buying goods cheap and selling them like
wise, so as to keep tliiHgs moving.
His business is increasing alt the time
sure. I read some merchants' advertise
ments about goods 'go'rig up. By Mr.
Burger's prices, I think New York must
believe different. Well, you know some
merchants never will discover a fall in
in prices until it rains goods. Don't be
enticed into believing anything they
say, but always buy what you want from
the merchant who names the lowest prices
for the best goods.
You ask me how I like the July styles.
I think they are exquisite. Mr, Burger
showed me his July domestic patterns, and
I know they arc just splendid.
Yours, lovingly, Anna.
THE WICKED PRINTER.
The Vineland (N. J.) Independent says
that an attorney of that place, not long
ago, was deploring the sad fact that in
cases of foreclosure nn bond and mortgage
a large proportion of the cost was for fees
to the Wicked Printer. To show how much
cause ll'""' IUBJ ,v fo ""pliiint. tliM Tnrl.
pendent takes a recent chancery case of
foreclosure and gives tho actual cost of tho
fees paid in tho case. The whole cost of
suit was 1128.20, divided as follows:
Solicitor and Counsel 48 50
Sheriff 41 45
Chancery Clerk 20 78
Chancellor 6 73
Master 4 80
Wirked Printer 0 30
Total 128 2G
It is easy to sec that the wealth of the
nation is slowly moving into the pocket of
the W. T.
Mr. W. C. Newsum, who has been in the
employ of several business houses in Cairo
and always given the best of satisfaction,
has taken the position of salesman in the
grocery department of Messrs. Swoboda fc
Schultze. Ho i3 an energetic and experi
enced businessman and will dountless suc
ceed his new position.
Mr. John B. Fhillis, our health officer,
bavins been sick for somo time, will l'o to
Cobden to day if his health will permit, in
order to recuperate his wasted energies in a
change of air.
Mrs. S. S. Foster and her httlo daughter,
who have been in tho city for some tinio
visiting tho family of Mr. John B. Fhillis,
returned to their homo in St. Louis yester
day. Mrs. Walter Cundiff and her child have
gone to Alto Tass with tho intention of
staying somo weeks for tho benefit ot thu
Miss Effio Coleman left yestcrduy for
Chicugo whero she will attend tho saenger-
fest. From there sho goes east tor a stay of
Mr. W. T. Ilalliday Jr., is at home
again after an absence of some time at
Mrs. Dolly Graham is quite sick at her
homo on tho corner of Eleventh and Wal
The little child of Mr. Charles Alter is
reported to be seriously ill with summer
Rev. Fred L. Thompson and son wcro in
the city yesterday, on thoir way home to
Mr. C. R. Woodward will probably ac
company Mr. F. Korsinoyer on his trip to
Mr. Andrew Schrocder has returned from
Crittenden Springs, Ky.; his wifo is still
. Mrs. II. L. Ilalliday and children aro
spending tho warm months in Sheboygan.
Mr. Jeff Rich, of Cobdeu, was in tho city
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW VORK GRAIN.
New York, Juno 30, 12 m.
Wheat No. 2 Chicago, $1 241 24
No. 2 ltcdWinter.il 28ftl 29.
CHICAGO, Q RAIN AND FORK.
CuiCAfio, June 30, 10 a. m.
Fork-August, $10. 45; September,
Wheat-August, l 13; September,
Oats-August, 28M, nominal; Septem
Chicago, June 30, 12 m.
Pork-August, 10 421C 45; Sep-
tcmber, 1G 55.
Wheat -August, 1 13$; September,
H lOQl 10'.
Corn August, 4Cc; September, 40c.
Oato-Auju&t, 28;Vc; September, 27'c.
Ciiicaoo, .Tun. ,'f). 1 p.m.
Fork-July, 10 30; August, 10 42;
September, 1G 55.
Wheat-July, 1 11; August, 1 13 .
1 13; September, $1 10J. j
Corn-July, 45?h'c; August, 4Gc; Sep
Oats August, 28c; September, 27?gC.
The pen brick machine, at Chester, is
turning out 25,000 daily.
An effort is making to organize a trot
ting association at Quiucy, in order to hold
a fall meeting.
A valuable horse was stolen, Sunday
night, from the residence of Mose Otto, on
River street, at Aurora.
Andrew Buller committed suicide at
Fairmount while in a fit of insanity pro
duced by financial troubles.
The wagon and blacksmith shop of Tints
Brady, at Diana, burned on Sunday night;
loss, $1,500 ; no insurance.
Now it is said that Mrs. Eliza Scott, of
St. Charles, daughter of the Hon. James
Harrington, is not insaue, as has been re
At Elgin, on Saturday lut, Uobt. Fowler
and Miss Hannah Leake, and D. M. Force
ami Sliss Evangeline Tak, were married
jjaniei nynn, aged 85. and unmarried
was thrown out of a wagon at Galena an
instantly killed, it was me result or
Reports concerning winter wheat from
several counties in tho state are generally
favorable, and a fair average crop will be
Cook county poor house and insane
asylum cost tho county for tho past three
months $33,817.57, au average of 30 cents
per head per day.
The Peoria public libury haa 4,472 vol
umes,' and was run last vear at a cost of
$2,047. It now lias $1,090 in the treasury,
and 1,407 subscribers.
Reports lroni various places in tho cen
tral part ot tho state claim that tho wheat
now being harvested will amount to at
least two-thirds of a crop.
A confidence man, passing himself as
assistant superintendent of the Hannibal &
St. Joseph Railroad, was arrested and lock
ed up at Quincy on Monday."
Tho school census just finished shows the
population of Sandwich, Do Kalb county,
to bo 2,478. The school district outsido of
tho city limits has a population of 158.
The employes of tho Chicago West Di
vision Gas company, wl o struck lor more
pay, were defeated, lost their situations and
had their places filled by other men.
Richard Lcnnix was recently arrested at
Canton on a requisition from tho governor
of Kansas, and taken back to that state ou
u charge of forgery. Lcnnix is said to be
a professional gambler.
Georgo Thilweber, nn old German resi
dent of Woodstock, who has suffered from
melancholia since the death of his wifo last
spring, committed suicide on Sunday night
by taking a dose ot morphine.
Constable Colo hns re-captured "Wild
Jim," a somewhat noted criminal, at Har
rison, the prisoner having escaped from
him on a former occasion. Jim is wanted
for a burglary and tho alleged seduction
of his victim's 10-year-old wifo.
While the celebrated pacing horse Cap
tain Durlaud, owned by J. 11. Bacon, of
Fort Madison, Iowa, was being exercised
on the fair ground track, at Danville dur
ing tho races, it dropped dead from heart
disease. Tho horse was valued $7,000.
Tho Chester banking firm of Colo Broth
ers AT Co. has dissolved, Edward E. nnd
Henry C. Cole retiring. Thu hank will con
tinue business under tho firm name of Mc-
Adam & Speckmaun, tho proprietors being
Hon. Wm. McAdtun and Mr. Henry Bpeck-
Hon. 1). C. Smith, member of congress
from tho Thirteenth district of Illinois,
sails from New York for London, Eng.,
August 0,on tho City oi Berlin, as a dulegato
wjiiTV BJfiJUJfiS-NO. 30G
to the ecumenical conference of tho Moth
odists. IIo will returs before the reassem
bling of congress in December.
"Forceu by my political connections
into public life, my sufferings were intensi
fied by tho comments of those who saw my
face and head covered with scrofulous
humor," said a gentleman recently cured
by Cuticura Remedies.
Another Route to New Orleans.
AN IMPORTANT LINK.
New Oklkans, Juno 28. The Erlanger
Syndicate, which has charge of the con
struction of the New Orleans & North
eastern railway from this city to Meridian,
Miss., and thence to connect with lines to
the eastern cities, to-day concluded tho
purchase of the Spanish Fort railroad and
all tho buildings, parks and improvements
at that famous pleasure resort for $200,000.
This road, which is very valuable as a
means of communication with Spanish Fort,
gives to the purchasers an undisputed right
of way to Canal street through tho heart of
tiie city, and a wm nnm u n-u u ,k. v
lino of the road to Meridian which will
skirt the shores of Lake Ponchartrain, cross
ing at the Rigolcttes and thence passing
northeast to Meridian.
TiiKcaso of Mr. Adam Rusk, of the
Penna. R. R. Co., residing at Centreville,
N. J., who was cured of severe rheumatism
of many years standing by St. Jacobs Oil,
is cued ny a nulaaclptna exchange.
Neither physicians nor remedies seemed to
do any good but the great German remedy
Robert Iugrrsoll on the Pueblos.
I saw but few of the natives. I met a
great number of real big-hearted, generous
Americans. I am told, thouirh. that the
Pueblos are most excellent, industrious,
honest, ignorant, and harmless people-
that they are as patient as the little don
keys that they maul. The Pueblos aro all
Catholics, and have been turned over by
the interior department to the Presbyte-
natiR. it seems to me almost cruel to take
advantage of a poor Indian in that wav.
It is bad enough to bo a savajre, but to be a
savage and a Presbyterian is too much.
Tho Pueblos are now a good sort of folks,
but alter the Presbyterians liayo had them
in charge for a few years they had better
Why an object ot loathing and disgust
to yourself aud society trom catarrh, when
Sanford's Radical Cure, externally and in
ternally administered, will cure every symp
tom of the disease. Every puckage is a
complete treatment. Only$l.
Tn recent, interview. Capt Ileinz
man, at Castle Garden, said: "It is
curious to compare the statistics of im
migration of former years with those of
more recent date. The Irish influx ha9
always been very large. In 1851, for
iiiHtauco, 163,000 Irishmen arrived here.
Since then the numher has been small
er. In 1877 it was only 8.221. From
that time there has been a steady in
crease until Inst year thoro were over
6G.000 Iiish arrivals. Thera have also
been some remarkable fluctuations in
German immigration. When Franco
faid the enormous indemnity after the
ranco-PriHsian war we supposed Ger
many would bo so prosperous that the
Germans would remain at homo. But
in 1872 wo received over 132,000 Gor
man immigrants, or more than havo
ever arrived here in a single year. Af
ter that the number fell off to between
22,000 and 33,000, until last year when
it suddenly went up to 104,204. I be
lieve this year both tho Irish and Ger
man arrivals will increase in number.
"But the most remarknblo exodus at
present seems to be from Sweden. Wo
expect at least 80,000 Swedes over horo
this year. I am told that entire vil
lages and districts havo become depop
ulated, and this may be true, as tho
population is only about four million.
Compare the number we expect this
year with the 130 arrivals from Sweden
in 1817. Before lust year our annual
reports rarely showed inoro than 5,000
immigrants from there. In 1878 we
hud only 4,000, and in 1870 12,000
In 18Si) the number roso suddenly to
35,000, anil this year we expoct moro
than twieo as many."
An Obscure Natural Bridge
In Walker county, Alabama, isa nat
ural bridge said to rival that of Vir
ginia. It is in the sandstone called
millstono grit, which underlies the coal
formation. It spans about 120 feet nnd
its height is uboul 70 feet. A smaller
bridge connects it with tho bluff be
yond. Tho lines of stratification of tho
sandstono give tho structure the ap
pearance of having been artificially -built
up with massive blocks. It is in '
tho midst of a region of wild and ro
mantic beauty, high escarpments of
the sumo sandstone being seen standing
out in tho face of tho hills around.
W. W, Goodale, w ho was a steamboat
engiooor on Lako Eiio, CfLy-ono years
ngo, and in 1834 commenced mnnin
one of tho first locomotive engines on
tho Baltimoro and Ohio Railroad, is
still living, at the ago of 78 yeara, In
Krookliold. Mo. He continued in ac
tive pursuit of his calling until about
six yenrs ago.
Scratch Books. -UseTiiBCAiiioBiiMBTiN
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
loaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Uso the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Thk Caiko Boixktih
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.