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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 22. 18(12.
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I'U rk In num. J. Polity.
i',.i,n.l,,r- Win. II. Ulllii'rt.
.Vi.irflnl I.. II. Jrym,
Ati.iuuy -William llm;ilrti.
hllAHIl OP AI.IIIHHKK.
m,i Vril-Vin.Mi:'Ul".T. M. Klml.rouirh.
.mi. I Wiiil- J.-!! lln.kte, l V lluuliei".
Third Wurrt- II. K, Itlnke, .I'tliii WoihI.
i'oiirllt Ward - l'lmrlr 0. filler, Adulph Hwo-
"k'hIi Wirrt-T. W. Iliilllrtiiy. Brml H. Pnttlt.
I'trrtilt Ii.'li! I) f ll'Uir.
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CumiiIj- Judjrn-11. M Vii' .i'rt.
' ( oitnty ( Ini-S J. Ilutniu.
I iiiinly Attorney -.1 M. Iiimroi,.
i uii my Tfimi'iiri r -Mllui W. i'ttrkci.
Mli tl'.l John llldu.
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l iiiiiilyr.iiiiimliuiiM-T. W. Uidllday, J.
(ilhhe lihI 1'uler .-sup.
( A UO UAI'THT. (iirriur Tenth ov1 lilr
;nMi pr M IiIuk Urrlaud third HumUyl In
enl mo'iiii, II i 'ii n.l '.'. n m ; ;,ryrr me. t
liii''lUurinUv.";J I. m ; StmiJiy ch"i')l.:i.tu
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lit Ki II OK TJIK KBDKKMKK B jUc..j.l i
I I'oi.rt I'lith it reel; Sunday 7:'i m . Holy
Km Ii iril ; :' m , tiuwliiv "''boo! ; ' I iih.iii.,
Morul u; I'rivrti; khoii in., K inltiK I'rayera. K
! imwi.fwi, ! T. I. Hetlor.
I'tKt-r MlfiHIONAKV IIAPTIHT (.'UllllCU .
V I'r. h 1 Mt k' i le.W n... I p nt , mil 7:3o . tn.
it,i,i, i:himl ii "' V- f ",;v- '" J bl""l''t
il i it I- IUN Tlitri'M iith ifni1.; n'TTiiti Hah
i ti!i'il i" m ; xuuday icbiml 2 p. m. He.
h . i n't f .
Mt' ' t0Hts'l' -i'..f Ktirlitr- and Walnut atrcjt,
J'r-n i.li if KaM.ath II. "I i w- and 7 -V
mi'U.- (r -Mi -i t -Mm p. m lii-v J. A Starrttt,
I IHKMIYTKKIAS -KlKhlfc trt! preacttl..g on
1 hiM-alh it 1l:i i m. in4 7:i p. m.; priyer
ni"Mi.i! W"-ilnrilT it 7:Tlp. m.i N'H.'iiy School
i ii in. l!i-v H V. 0ire, pml'if.
i i ,'.iatrn S --. ltuir.au ('(Uliullt) .'iin.ir l'ro
0 .! Wnniiit trr.'t; ricr. h')lvb I0:i.
3; ir..U Si-hitiil It -i p. Di.i Vanpert I p. m.i lor-fi-
. i-M-ry -iHy it H i in. Huv. O'llirn, I'rlti't.
L-l- I'A llUCK t Komn Citl.ollc) Curimr NIlUi
n ri-ct Mid Wih!tittoo ivlii: ii;rtee Hb
th l, n'i 10 1. n.; Vt(H)r p. n..; amidiy Hchool
1 I., mi rvlrc itrcry dy it k i. m. lle. Mitnt'-rtoli
U. It. TIMKCAKI) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. t
UUIN. lfc.tlT. THANH AKIUVK.
Mill :t'i i.rn
t rr.iin'illlon.H I'l m
tKxiiruri) "it I'
il I i i.in
Klitri'H' 11:101. m
AccomdU'H ,4:tFj p.m
LI mM ( USTHA I. I!. It.
Mail 1 V, mtUull r.:inp.m
jKi.itL.i I'UM m I iKiprvm ll;:wi m
hT. L. ' K K JNurnm (iue )
RHir. ii. o:, i.in I Kw 4 p m
Ainitu'ditl'iii. 1 'p m I AcoiB'dtiiluU':0:ip.m
hT L . I M A 8 K It
Kxth- 11 toji ra Ki.r- . i: l m
rAraim uittuii. . A) P m I tAcc.im'ditniu 11 :-Si ra
WAlhI. ST LOl'N l'A IK1C K YCO
M,il ill . t fivm V(I1 Ki.. KiJip.m
' I Daily rx:rpttv!n'!r- t UiiJ.
M JRILKAOMlo K. It.
V all :' m. I Mnil .. ... p.m
Exirt ti'tli i.m. Kxpren :' P-W-
JI.LIX01S CKNTKALU. II.
Shortest ami yuirkfst Route
St. Louis and Cluttigo.
9 DAILY TRAINS
MAKING DlHKfT CuNNKOTIUN
Ti;aih I.ai t'Aiitu:
: . i r n. 111. Mmi,
Arrh-limln St. Lou'm l.-tS .m : I'Uicigo.f.liip m.;
A" ,niffiiUl it Oilmand Ku6h.ui for I'tncln.
Mil, l.nuUvi:!., Ilidlipull Slid l"iltit Butt.
1 l;l(J .t.iu. Ht. I.omIm :tnd Vvitrn
AnlMr.u lu tit. l.ouln t.Ol p. tu., td cotnivctini!
( , r ill pullt:it UVn.
;:j ji.io. V'imt l'2ilrt.
!,rlt. Lniilf mid CliiriKo, irrlvitiu it ht. I,onl(
10:40 p. ui., md I'hlcito 7",i' i m
.li'JO p iiLl'ltu-itmiitl KxproHK.
Arrivinu it I'liioluniil 7:il a.m.; I.junvtlli ?:ai
n . i.iinM'''ii ' 1 w:,.v,!.,,rl,.,?
tlim trln fioh thn I'mvo pnlutt 1W t .0
llnl'KS In inKniicf fir my uthur roul.
t f-Tlw 4 :'Jl p. tn. inpru hn I'l'M.MAN
M.KKI'INO t'AK Curo to Cincinnati, without
cliiiiKiMi.aiid HirouKh U!fi'ur lo ht Loul ind
I'nst Timo I'lMst.
II. . .N.iiLi I'T ! ic lino snlliliiiictt l't-
J ilSsClllCrS ,n poii.in wiiiiont ny di'luy
C hiikm-I dy HiiikIhv liili'rv'nltii:. Tim HMiiriUv ifiiT
noon trnfn ftoui C alm nrrlvfn In ni'W Vo'k Mnmlny
momlui!il":. Tlilrlynii Inniri-lu advance f
V-''o7llTrmi.i (U'ki-ti.ml furlliiT lnr..f inntlon,
aiuilv t lillnolK C.'tiliM Kailtnad Pi'pot, t aln.
appiv at iiniiui t n Jl)N K. Tlt.k(,t Al!mit
A. H HAN HON, Hull. faun. AC'ttt. Cltlfao
gt. LOUIS CAIRO U.K.
TKAtNS MVS AS FOLLOWS
KxproM ami Mall li'iivi Cairo. nvi'rv dny fxeept
Snttday, at H:W u. m. Arrlv , 4:Vi p m.
Ai'coinmiMliitlon iitrlvi'i ill l'J;(U p. in. ami do
pnrm at l: J p. m.
J)U, W. C. JOCKLYN,
UFKICB-Blgbtk Btrcot. ten Cotan etclil Atinqn
pU. K. W. WU1TL0CK,
orruia-No, ISO Cowmurclal Aveuuti, bit w can
JtRhthand Ninth 8trei
MILL AND COMMIHHION.
OA I HO, ILLINOIS,
ii. inn in
FLOUIi, (JliAIS AND HA
HUrhcHt TaHh Price Paid for Wbuat.
('i)iiiiin'i'ciiil Aypiiut; anl Kiglith Street,
K. IIUOSS, I'rvHKli.nt I P. NKKK. Vln; Pntn'rit
U.WKI.i.S, C jt-Ia1 t. I T J. Ku-rllt, Ani-'t cash
y. I1""" - Ca'ro I W llllum Kn,:. .Cairo
'"' " I William Wo:f....
C. M Oftcrloh " I c. it I'aticr "
E. A Under H. We!).
J. V. Clem'on, CiU-'luma.
A It E Mi It A . U AN KING IIL'SINSftS LONE.
Kxcljinnd xold and Itouht Irttro t puld In
the Saving l).-prtmeiit Collec-iou nitnie icd
all builneis promptly attended to.
PROPKIKTOK Of HPHOAT'8 PATENT
WrhoItsalo Do.'ilor in lc..
ICE BY THE CAH LOAD OR TON.WELI
?' ZKD KOU 8HIPPINO
Oai' IiO.ads a Speoialtv.
o f v i C? K:
Cr.TuvUtli Street ami Levet.
TUK KEOCLAK ( A I Ho AND 1'AiU CAU
IIEMIY K. TAYI.Olt
Lt :te I'ttducnli for Cairo rta'iy (Sundiyii t-x r t t -m
S a. m. aui Mound City all p m. I! turn
, t. -Siva Cairo al I p m . M""u 1. Ci ty ni p m
(jAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On iMid after Monday, Jute 7lli, and until lurthei
uot ioe thefenyboit wtllumko trlpt as followa:
MATH LIAVIK LIATIt
Pool Kourtb at. Mliiourl Liud'K. Keutur.ky Ld g.
:U0a. m. 8:30 a. tn. Hi, m,
10:iKa. m. lii:.10a. ra. 11 a.m.
i:W p. in, 2:90 p. m. 3 p. m.
4:ixp.ra. 4:30 p.m. 5;iK)p.m.
i p, m. i:3(J p.m. S p.m
IIIK A. U. SAFFOJiD.
Dally packi't liutween Calm aud Moiiiirt ("ly C"P
tain An tin Owen .
Lva on Cairo :.H A.M.
" Mound Oily H::m " "
" t'ttlro t ::-
" Mound City -M V. M.
" I'alro l::!0 ' "
" Mound City b " "
rjlllECITY NATIONAL 1UNK.
Of Cairo. ItUnoiM.
71 OUIO LBVKli
A General Rauking busiuess
TIOfi3. W. IIAILIUAV.
INTBltriUSB SAVINU DANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.,
TIIOS. V. 1IALLIDAY,
W. Y l.AnnuiN, rlvor editor of i'iim IIuli.tim
and alennilioat paHoii 'isr aL'nt. Or,ir. r,,r nil
kliidnof Hleamttoat J.ib prmllitg aollcited. Oftloe
ui riuui tTH iiot'tl, '(). r Oliln luvi'i).
HTACiKH OK TIIIC HIVKIl.
The river innrki;'! by tlietrau-ro cvtiti-
intf at 1 o'clock ut this port 37 tout 0
1IICIIC8 ttlHl I'lhlliif.
Pitubuiff, Jiuiff 21 4 p. m. Iiivcr 8 feet
7 llJClU'H ailll filllill.r.
Ciiiciiiimti, June 21 1 p.m. River 20
ieet I imcii ati'l tailing.
Lotiieville, June Ql 4 p. iu. River 10
ieet am) lulling.
Ninihvillc, June 21-4 p.m. River 8 feci
i inelies ami filling.
St. Lnui.-;, June 21-4 p. ut. River 20 feet
3 mcltu aini fulliny,
Tin.- Fitiinie Tatutn frmu KwaliPg rulliny
million tlieCuntlierliiinl airived last even-
ii'K ot ::J0. hc , v a f.;iil trip, ami kit
fur St. Louis at 8 p. in.
The liellu Momplu's fnna St. Liuiis r-
rived nt 7 p. in. yi'Mi riUy. She hl an ex-
ci'llent trip and n goijil muny piissenoers.
In lmiilin at tin: wharf elie struck the
corner nf a heavy coal lldt, breaking several
unders and stanching only a few more feet
farther Lack and shu would Lave crippled
her wheel badly. She left for Vickslmr'-
Mrs.I-'rank (Jnzzolla returned last even-
ing per Btcamer Belle Memphis with her
sod, who has been attending school at Cape
Girardeau. He will spend his vacation
lure with his parents.
Somebody sail that it was the fust rail.
road express from New Orleans coming up
Unt evening, but, upon investigation, wc
found it was the Anchor liuu bteamerCiiy
of B.iton Ituui'e.
The Guiding Star left for New Orleans
last evening at 4. She added about 250
tons of freight hero to her trip which made
1,4'H) tons fur the lower Mississippi. '
The Jus. YV. Hrtfl is duo from Memphis
early this morning, and is destined for
Cincinnati. Passengers going up the river
can procure tickets at reasonable rates of
Passenger Agent P. L'imbdin. Office,
No. 54 Ohio levee.
The i,uestiiui winch now agitates the
minds of the Anchor liners is, "Who is
'gwiue to wardem party horns)'"
Another Riido'i'-n 1 in Hie fU-1 1 culled 'he
Baton Rouge claims the victory.
The Andy llama lett Cincinnati for Mem
phis last evening, and is due here Satur
day, 25th inst. Call at No. 54 Ohio levee
for passage rales. V F. Lambdin, agent.
Tliij Hudson from St. Louis, Captain
John Grillith, master of ceremonies, is in
command, nod will report here this evening
for Paducah and Shruvuectown. The
Hudson is fist, livesbigh, and pussen"ers
who traveled on her recomiueud her highly.
The h-iton Jlougi! from New Oilcans ar
rived here l ist evening nt half past four.
She kit Ne,v Orleans Saturday evening,
17th inst., at 5:lo, making the run to this
port in three days, twenty three hours and
twenty minutes, and was detained at Helena
six hours cleaning out; stopped at the
tjiiarantine sixteen minutes. She ran from
Helena to Memphis in five hours and forty
six minutes. "This not only walks oil"
with the cake hut baker and bakery."
Yesterday morning the sun shone out
bright and clear, and the heat was intense.
Clouds begin to giiiher about 11 o'clock,
and ia a short than a violent storm visiteil
our city which looked alarming, lnstin;
about CO minutes, doing no particular
damage, and followed up with a heavy
rainfall which poured down (or uu hour.
It remained cloudy and exceedingly sultry
throughout the day with a prospect of
rain and probable wind.
The Gus Fowler is the regular packet
from Paducah and return this evening.
Tile Golden Rule did not arrive hero
until 3 o'clock yesterday morning. She
was detained fifteen hours between here and
Memphis oa her way up by breaking some
part of her machinery. She had a good
up stream trip and 75 cabin passengers,
and left for Cincinnati nt i3;o0.
The City of New Orleans, of Anchor
line fame, is due hero from tit. Louis this
evening tor Now Orleans.
For Memphis this evening, the John H.
Maude. She hails from St. Louis, and II.
W. Brolaski commands.
Tho Hue steamer City of Cairo is adver
Used to leave the Future- Great this after
noon for Lou isana's metropolis, and is duo
here to-morrow eveniii":.
The Grand Central Hotel, C07 Broadway,
is more centrally located than any first class
hotel in New York city. It is well kept.
It has just been refitted ami refurnished
throughout, and the prices are $3 and 8.50
per day, except Moms with parlor and bath.
In visiting New York don't fail to stop there.
200 Rooms on European plan at fl.00 and
upwards per day, also a good restaurant attached.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hehultz, of Orand
Tower, arrived in the city Tuesday to at
tend the funeral of tlm infant child of Mr.
and Mis. Hurry Hehultz, which took place
Paducah News: "Mr. K, Lambdin,
whom the Newsainmunccd a few days since
M being in a very piecmiou i conditio,,,
stil! lives, but without any very liiab-rial
change. Mr. Charles W. Lambdin in also
ouito low from a similar cause, and is nl-
most hopclcsly ill."lj,,th young men re
ferred to in the foregom,.' are brother of
Tiik Hiii.lk-un'h river editor.
Father Beck, the great St. Louis Catholic
divine, was a guest at The Ilalliday yester
day. A Story cf the Flood.
Lieut. Sum ("nm-hill. who was sent
down by the governor to ine ligale tho
milliner of di.-tri Inning Mipplies, has,
his friends have heard, met with intcri'M
ing if not serious advent un Several
days ago Mr. Churchill left Trippe f,.r
Ai kiin ,,iti City, a iliMatiecof .seven miles.
A spring wagon being iniinietieabi',
Mr. Chun-hill i-cnlvd upon making tho
journey in a skill'. As a rule, a place, h
nearer by hind than by water, but Ar
kansas City nt present is much nearer to
Trippe bv water than by land. After
oonsullioo his map, Mr. 'Churchill took
the "dirt road" instead of the railway
It is riot a diilicult matter for a man to
lose his way iu u .-kill'. The road tint s
be perfectly plain - that i.,, th tups of
trees may be visible, but t roe-tops are
dn eptive. Afterpaddlingaround among
the tops of hickories, blnek jackets, cot"
tonwooils, ami other trees, Mr. Churchill
discovered that he had lot bis way.
Night came on. The road, at least one
hundred feet below, could not bo dis
covered. Daylight appeared. Sam for
got again, and spurred his skill'. Uu
ran into the tn) of a cotlonwood tree,
and worked assiduously extricating his
vehicle. A grape vino 'depending from
the top of n tree caught him. Struggling
and extricating him-df, he spurred over
to w here a man lived, on a knoll, in tho
second story of his building, and asked:
"How far is it to Arkansas City?"
The man blew a yellow .stream of
wtUer fioiu his mouth aud replied:
"Hanged if I know, How do you
propose to go? By water. I Hippose?''
"Yes; 1 have concluded to sro by
"Wall, you soo tho top of that treo
"Wall, leave that to the right until
you got to the red oak. Then take tho
right-hand current and stop at tho eddy
just live miles distant; then you will bo
in pretty good water. After this you
can go on till you turn over. Then you
in, iy .swiin."
The iiif nii.i:i,iii was vcrv satisfactory.
The advice was followed, And Arkansas
City was finally reached, after a floating
residence of twent v-foiir hours in ll.o
WOOlls. irk j it v,is f .'ii-, He.
Anncdoto of Spotted Tail.
The popularity of the nltove. named
chieftain dates from a very trilling litt'.o
incident, as did that of many uiher men
who are now in-eat.
Spotted Tail had never won much dis
tinction up to that time, except as the
owner of an appetite in the presenciiof
which his tribe stood in dumb and terri
1 luring the early days of what is now
the great throbbing ain! ambitious We.sl,
the tribe camped m ar Fort Sedgwick,
and I'.ig Mouth, a chief of soino impor
tance, u.;cd to go over to the post regu
larly for tho purposp of tilling his brin
dle hide full of Fort Sedgwick Bloom of
As a eon sci) uc nco of Big Mouth's fatal
yearning for liipiid damnation, he gen
erally got, impudent and openly an
nounced on the parade ground that hn
could lick the entire, regular army. This
used to olVciid some of the blood-scarred
heroes who had just arrived from West
Point, and in the heat of debato they
would warm the venerable warrior almut
two feet below the back of his neck with
the Hat of their sabres.
This was a gross insult to Big Mouth,
nnd ho went back to the camp, where he
found Spotted Tail fating a mule that
had died of inflammatory rheumatism.
Big Mouth tearfully told the wild epicure
of the way he had been treated, and asked
for a council of war. Spot picked his
teeth with a tent pin nnd then told the
defeated relic of a mighty race that it
ho would tpiit strong drink, ho would bo
subjected to fewer insults.
Big Mouth then got irritated and told
S. fail that his remark showed that he
was standing in with tho aggressor and
was no friend to his people.
Spotted Tail said that Mr. IJ. Mouth
was a liar by yon heaven, and before
thorn was time to think it over, ho took
a lit it oli Aif L-t.ifA ....u i...
u m Minn auif Ub n uu in OlHr
from its scabbard and out Mr. Bir Moutfi
-i i- ... . . ... . n ....
piuiuo 111 two just Dciwoen tne umbili
cus and the watch pocket.
As tho reader, who is familiar with
anatomy has already surmised, Big
Mouth died from tho cftcetsof this wound
and Spotted Tail was at once looked tip
on as the Moses of his tribe. He readily
roso to prominence, and by his strict at
tention to the duties of his nllie.v m
for himself a name as a warrior and a
pie niter, at which tho world turned pale.
This should tench us tlm ho
of taking tho tide at its flood, which leads
i.m. ... .
on to ionium, ami to lay low when there
is a hen Oil. as Bon iambi VruiiLlin 1-ua
so truly said. Boomerang, ,
" ' i W
Some people are awful careless of
their property, and lose a good deal in
that way. Now last Sunday there wa
a young; lady who dropped her news
patier bustlo wbilo walking out of
Church and never stopped to pick it up
at all, but walked right oa as tliouga
nothing had happened.
Wages and Prices.
The lnl,.r 0,-ettn collates from the
thirteenth annual report of tho Massa
chusetts Bureau of Labor and Statistics,
the following interesting facts:
Rates of wages In Massachusetts, and
for all occupations, are given for tho
years, ixr.o, 1H72, 1M", Rtld 1M. Ag
ricultural laborers received in IKliO.fl:".
C't per month, to 2;i.H!) in 1X72, lflo.72
in 1S7X, and 1M in 1 KM 1 . Shoemakers
r ived tlo.;U per u'eck in 1X60, $14..
- in 1M72, iM i ix7, and $12.21 iu
11. Carpenters received $!).92 per
week in ixiii), $11. fifi in 1872, $11. : in
1X7. and l2.til in 1KX1. Iron molders
received f'.lbn per week in lxr.x i a m
in 1S72, $12.:io in 1870, and $16.40 in
1 I .
Comparing tho rntes of whps by in
dustries for 1872 with 18H1, thoro has
been an increase of 14.1 per cent in ag
riculture., 11.8 per cent in hlaoksniitn'
ing, 4.9 per cent in building trades, 20.7
per cent in clothing, il.l per cent in cot
ton goods. 1 l.fi per cent in glass, 1.1.5
per cent in hosiery, 5.5 percent in leath
er, 22 per cent in machines and ma
chinery, IX.7 per cent in mrtals and me
tallii -goodi, per cent in mu'nVal in
Mrumeiiti. 7.5 pep cent in paper, 0.2
per cent in printing, 11.4 per cent in
stone, and 7.3 per cent in woolen goods.
A ilecie.M ;e of 4 4 per cent is reported iu
boots nnd shoes, 17 per pent in rnbinet
nniking. 71 per cent in carpet ings, 5-4
per cent in carriages. 0.5 per cent in
rubber goods and elastic fabrics, and 2.7
per cent in straw goods.' Avorao-e in
crease in all industries considered to
gether, (1.9 per cent. In every case the
wages are. the, average, and arc on a
In connection with the tables of wa-cs
are given the retail prices of commodi
ties for lstio, 1X72, 1878. and 18X1. Tho
finer grade of Hour which sold for $7.61
per barrel in IxtiO sold for 10.75 in 1882
x.r,:i in 187M, and $'J.91 In 1881. The
family grade, which sold for $7.14 in
I8r.il, sold for $12.75 in 1872, $7.96 in
1878, and $8.57 in 1881. Beef, roast,
xold for 11 cents per pound in 1860, 19
cents in 1872, 14 cents in 1878, and 17
cents in 18xl. Salt pork sold for 11
cents in lKi',0, 11 cont-s in 1872, 9 cents
in 1x78, and l:tj cents in ixxi. Buttor
sold for 21 J cents in I860, :i9J cents in
1872. : cents in 1878. and 31 2-5 cents
in lx. Potatoes, which sold for 59
oenls per bushel in lxf.0, sold for $1.02
in 1872, 97 cents in 1878, and $1.25J in
lxx. Coal, which sold for $6.40 per
ton in Isiiti, sold for $9.25 in 1x72, $6 -45
in 1X78, and $7,831 in 1881. M,.n
who paid $2.79 per week for board in
I860, paid $5.62 in 172, $4.19 in 1878,
and H75 in 1x81.
r to put it in another way, the one
dollar that purchased 27.77 pounds of
family flour in 1860 boughtl5.38 pounds
in 1872, 25 pounds in 1878, and 22.87
pounds in 1881. TIia
m llil lllthlf
paid for 9.18 poundsof roast beef in I860
only paid for 5.26 pounds in 1872, 6.94
pounds in ixl'8, and 5.88 pounds in 1881,
and so on through the list.
Comparing l H78 with lxxi. groceries
have advanced in price (retail) 9.1 per
cent, provisions 20.1 permit, fuel 31.1
por ccni, dry gMods 9 per cent, rents 35.1
per cent, board 13.7 per cent. Boots
declined in price 1.6 per cent On those
main items of expense entering into tho
cost of living, the average increase was
21.1 per cent. In the same years the
average increase In wages was 6.9 per
cent, and Hie maximum in special call
in rs was 22 per cent.
From 187M to 1X81 the wholesale
prices of groceries in the Boston market
increased 22 per c ot, provisions 20 per
cent, dry goods 12 per cent, coal 9 per
cent. These figures are given to hmv
that profits to retail dealers were light
in some departments of business, but
heavy iu others. As for example, in fuel
sold in small (pianlities, where the in
crease to the consumer was over 3(1 per
cent, and the increase to tho dealers 9
Hi iglit'x Disease, Diabe'es.
Beware of tho stuff that pretends to cure
these diseases or other serious Kidney, Uri
nary or Liver Diseases, as they only relievo
for a time and make you ten times worse
aftcrwasds, but rely solely on Hop Bitters,
the only remedy that will surely aud per
manently cure you. It destroys and re
moves the cause of disease so effectually
that it never returns.
A CoukIi. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. lNegloct froqucntl re
sults in an Iucurablo Lung diseaso or on
Miinplioii. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Tluo'it Troubles which Singers nnd
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having lieen
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
nn entire generation, they have nttained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
Dn. Ki.ink's Orkat Nkhvis Rkstoiiek is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All lils stopped free. Scud to U31 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
TukCoi.ou and Li'bTHK ok Youtu are
restored to faded or gray hair by the use of
Parker's Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing
highly esteemed for its perfume and purity.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N. Y., writes: "I
have been for over a year subject to serious
disorder of the kidneys, aud often unablo
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood Bitters and was relieved be
fore half abottlo was used. I inteud to
continue as I feel confident that they will
entirely mired me." Prlco f 1.00. Paul
O. Lchuli, agent.
"TnuY can not all lio," was the observa
tion of one while reading the endless tosti
nionials to "Dr. Llndwy'i Blood Suarch.
or." It li infallible.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences, Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua L
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
ikmori.iinilia r.Mt flM, Br. Frlm. trnm Baklaf
render, nd llr. PrlM'a I'alut rrfuau.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD8.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TI4K CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO.,
Oor. Nineteenth atreet 1 Paiim Til
Commercial Aveune I lflUU, 111
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Inxnrnnco Compnny
IN THE WOULD.
It aluiiu Intuit:
ell ptil o li it n tlmt tlio con 1 1 net of tmurance "(hall
cot be dimi'ited" alter It is Ibrm- years old,
ami that euch pollclen uliall he
on rocclpt of satlnfatlory proor of death.
lta fiollcy It clear aud concldo, and conlalua
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-UKAD YOUR I'OMCIK.H. Compare lite
short aud iiitilo form uwri by the Koiittahle wlib
tlio loui; and iibniro coiitracla loaded down with
tucbiilcalltlua Itauud by otbur coinpaotual
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holdurt are
N. II. Hue tho many luttera from policy ioMer.
piprMlnt! tbulrirratim'ailon with th. return from
tholr ToariNi Havinu Fund I'olrh..
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invented, nearly
K. A. BUIINETT, Atfent,
Offlea, corner Wth aud WMhlogtoa.
Huvtmber iM, l8i.- Milw
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