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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPJUBTORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
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l'aoMaviu. Their odorJin lrnnit. dlirmlro tin I
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VUaiCit. ItiOMitiu i I. U Iluclitl li-an-1 atejinntly tlmulnu', wltli peculiar tendency to
(he Urinary Organs.
They are siren Id complaints of the I'rln.ry Orcnri., nucti u flravel, Chr"mn Ctarili t (he
tlladder, McrLid.IrrJUUou o'the bladder and Urethra, Iil.c-a." of the 1'm.trate Ulaml, nail Kelt
(Ion or lr,oatian-4-f l'rli.-, froin lo.i of Un- In the imrln tonrerned In it. evnetitllou,. The
rv-medy ha alio been recoiiitiiciidod In Il.pep. 1, Chronlu Klit-Uinati.lu, Cutancou. Atl.-ellotn nl
HauiaolVa ElTtiCT limit) it u.ed liy permit, limn llitnie. of 18 tit 2!, Ml I Iroui M l 63, or
lnth,dcllo-r channel ilf; uftr Unnflin'iiirai or lbcr I'mu. : lted-wrttluK in children.
In affections peculiar (o female, tho Eilrtet lluchu I. unequalled tiy any uthrr remedy, as in
Chlorosis or IUUntlon.r'alnfulnei. or buppreH,n of Cu.tontary Kracuatioii., Ulcerated or Hohtr
roua Bum of (ha Uterus
bmijuor rut llt-Anuta. Knmr. iiu uii
(he power of Digntletr, vidi-icite. (lie AUorbents into healthy action, by vliirh the tVatcry orCalet
raoueilMpoililoni and Ml Un'nalural.KalarKeiiienl. lire reduced, a. well si and Inflammation.
Jmt)i,i.'lt-r llt'CHPh.ii rnred ertry r.o rif DuIm Im In winch II hM been given. Irrita
Oon of the Neck of lb Bladder and Inflammation of the Ki'lhf) , Ulceration of tt.o Kidney, and
manner, iwieuiiou oi.wruie, uiicki-i hi uie i ron mm ui.nn minv in trie manner, laicuiuv, irav
I, IkKk-Uu.t iMpoilt aod Mnctu or MiLkr.Uianrk'-i, Kill for enfeebled and delicate, uon.tiltl
none 01 now tele, iinuea wiin trie rollomn .yinpioin. inili.po.inon to Kxertlon,, or
Power, Loas "of Memory, Difficulty in Iln-aitilng, Wealr ne, Trembling, Horror if'Ihseate,
Wakefulnen, Moines, of Villon, I'eln In th ll.ou, Hot Hand, MiKhln ot ilie ilodr, Ilryure. ot
the Hkln, Kruptionou the Ym:v, I'aIIhI Ojunlenanee, I'lilwrml l.nltude of thn JIuv.'uNr rij.tein,
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. UJiiou'aKxTaiCTllt tiiCn Dmn tie.kiil Ul.,.l-I'urf int;, and ! all illea arnlnx from
hihinof iliailpation, exce.aea ami lm.ru.'U-nce in life, Imimrltie, of the llloo.l, He, eiier.edlng
Uj-aibalnal!ectioo. lor which It I. n.eil, in eonne'tioii uitli UiLne-jLi.. Ito.a Wiim,
uvwareoicounierieii.. ak jor iieimMiu ii. 1 .Kfl noouier
VtKtWit ymptomn In all communication,
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SARSAl'ARfLLA,"
TUE OUKAT ULOOO l'VUIIIKIl AND
IIi:i.MUOI.IN KXTUAOT HA KM A I'A K 1 1, 1. A
will radleally exterminate from the ytrn Seiofnla, Hyphlll., k'nrr Hore., Ulccie, Sore K'ea
Sore Ixifn, bore Month, bore Head, llrowMiln, Hkln Wiwn-o, twit Hheutn, Cankcri", llunuiiiK" from
the Ear, While Hwelllnj!i, Tumor, Cinceroua Atfectlomi, .Vo'lo, lllckcti, (dauttilar Swelling., Mt,ht
Hweau, Kaah. Tetter, lluinorii of all kind., Cfon .i- Kheumatiiiii, Ii) o ii-, an I nil ill. ea i that hare
miu TniwHinci tu ,nr nj elfin ,ir jrni.i
llelag prepared expm.ly for Ihn a,o comrlalnt., it Klood-iurifyiuK properties are giettlet
than any older Haranarilla. ;t glrc. thn comiilexion a rlear and henltliy color, and roatore. iho pa
tient to a atat of health and purity For piirifylnK ihelilood, remotinir. all chronle conatitutional
diaeaaea ariilng Irom an impure attte ot the blood, and the only reliable aud tl!Vciual known lenie
Ir for the curaof paina and bwellinK of Die llonei, L'lceraliooa of the Throat and. Iliutches,
I'linplea on the Kace, KrjalpelM, and all S-aly Kriiptmna of the rikin, and Hcautllyln the Complexion,
HELMBOLD'S CATiwBA G-K-E PILLS.
'Thelirld.t reliable PtlllfHTIVK and CATIf iltTIC known. .niieiKPilinir Hall.. Mnrnn.Ia. c-lc. in
Hick or Nertoua Jlea'Uche, Jnuruliw, Jndicration, Con.tlpalion, I))Npep.ia, Uiliouanen., I, nor Com
plaint, tieteral Debility, etc fo na.ua, no KtipiDt palna, but mild, plenanl and eate in onration.
The CATAWIIA UKAPKriU.Siiro purely veveutble, beinic comtKioc-d of CiUwba tirape Juice and
lleware of thoae cheap patent pill., rartleaily prepared by Inexperienced per.onn, vendol in
wooden boxen, mo.t ol which contain either calomel, mereury or other ilelfiterioua drUK',
IIELMIIoLlJCiEUIMiritKl'All VTIO.NM E.ibll.he.I upward of 20 year.. I'tvpared by-
and 104it;outh Tout
I K V i
GLOSnSTG- OUT .T COST I
The ptihllc are hi reby nolifnd Hint
fUw 1 i i ,Wll',W-i (HI-
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HOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Iklnnfing to tlie celaicof the Into
j "yiIjL HE SOLD AT COST,
AT. TIIK OLD 6TAX1), CORNEll-SIXTII STKKET AND 0JII0 LKVEE
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DEALER I N
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No. 110 ,
Ohio Livjsk, :;:::: Caiko,
oiiim rxoairTLT i iur.nj
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
PRODUCE AND ,
- 1T. 7eiiio Levcc,
J n f 't i
anrrfpecial aitentjon, glren to Conslgnmentti
and tilling order.' '
T A W SCHOOL.
fnilfc' regufi annual lertrTof'thla I,aw School
JL will open on.Wodueaday, October llili, 1871,
full courae, (wo terriiialx months, each. Bin
dents admitted to the aenlor cla on examination
b application on or before October 7th. 1U7I.
tuilion (, I0 00 Por nnum, For particularu
f03 NORTH 3id St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
the I'mli-d State.,
aomewhit uromatie : t)itir t.i.t LilterLh ami
OtorjiciL hwii.tixr... 1h medicine Increase
lltAUTIVIKR Of TIIK UUMI'UKXIO.V
riMU-il ana Analytical tliciinst, :n Uronaway, 1.,
IjCtlTliiladclnliia. l'a. Sold by DruggistH, ovurywlicrc.
4 It S.
tho lurgo mid mnj;nlllcent rlock of
CAPS, NOT I ONS, ' KT-U, 1
MIIM. M'OTT WUITC
Cor. Hlli-Nt. aud 'iuiuercllaT.
8-cie n Towels nnd
e-l;adleV"arid Vh'lillrch's Imfr 'cuVanJ aliam.
poowl, either at the ehop or at Ihoir own homes.
IWtenUomen'nwhUkera'wn'd hair iilycd In
cieutitlc munner. Batialaction guaranteed.
UOVNlV siftVINO.' 1 1 "
' JAMES KENNEDY,
HOUSE MOVEU AND DUILDEll
U prepared lo do all kind of
HOUSE MOVING HOUSE RAISING
itrrAiniKO or eykhy DjcscRirTiox
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ON TIIK HOST aaiaONAULK TM8.
OUUElis left nt (he residence ot Mr. Kennedy,
on Center atreet, next door to the now school
house, or addressed to the care of 1". I). Box 14.
or the Ilnllotlu otllco, will receive ,ropi alien
Kraaortrd caMliiy Tor iht 't'ailro ,IInl
UUu.' Ten hoBrw'ln MdraMce of HI.
JUiiUii impcra. i
N hv-Yoiik Aucutt 9. Uoiv Steady,
THE CUT ACCOUNTS. IN THE
HANDS OF THE PHINTEH.
THE ELECTION IN MONTANA'.
THE GHAN'D1 HOUSE .FALH AT
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CITT ACCOUJTTI'. -
Nkw Yokk, Aug. 0.
Tho city account arc- In' tho -handi of
the. printeri and will b Issued next weok.
Tboy wilt mako a book uC upwardi of
thfco thoutnnd page?, and contain the
natnci of alt persons crnployod in the
various courti nnd muiiieipal departmenti,
with full explanation dtfendine tho action
of the mayor and controller in. referenco
to tho ligninc of warrants and the
ELECTION IS MONTANA.
Tho Tribune Tim a diipatch from the
United Htatei Martha! nt Helena, Hon
tana, announcing the election of Claggct,
republican, by a thouiand majority.
TUX ClULDRESV AID .B0C1KTV
cnt out. a delegation of ono hundred and
thirty-four peron to Washington, Illi
yciterday.' Othera will follow In about
Intelligence from liiberfa ilatci that tho
presidential election, On tho 2d' utl. ap
parently reaulted in tho election of Rob
erta for president, and Oardner for vico-
l'reouonv oyce, nowever, inainiains
that Luwal elected ior four yean, and that
his term has not nznlrod. II o may dik
pulo tho validity of tho election of Koberts
Advices from Italy report that
is suflcrini; more than ever from his
wounds. Ho Is unablo to leave his bed,
and when airing Is necessary, ho is
moved about in a hand-cart.
TIIK flltKAT HOK1K KAIIU
There were one hundred and thirtcon
cntriei of horses for tho crcat national ex
hibition at the National l'ark, Kalamazoo,
Michigan, to bo held August 15, 10, 17 and
18, 1871. Tho very liberal offer or thirty
thousand dollars in premiums has brought
out tho best horses in tho country. Thuro
aro 10 entries in tbo 10,000 purso, and in
tho $0,000 purse, open to all, thoro aro six
entries, among which are Goldsmith,
Maid Lucy, nnd tho American Girl. Very
liberal railroad arrangements havo been
muJo with all tho railroad j In tho state,
also with tho Grand Trunk, Great Wes
tern and Lako Shore and Michigan South
ern roads extending cast to Albany. Am
plo accommodations huvo been provided
for tho exhibition and public generally.
TIIK NEW LOAN.
Under arrrangements mado by Judge
Ktchardson for negotiating tbo now flvo
per cent, loan, a sum of not loss than $20,
000,000 to 30,000,000 will bo placed to the
credit of tho treasury on or beforo tho'J5th
init, applicable to tho pavment of tho old
elicits considerable comment in political
and business circles. Many heavy busi
noss men and bankers regret tho necessity
wnlch led to tnc prcsmenvi course, as
among this class the ex-commissioner has
many strong supporters on account of his
efforts for tho repeal of tho Incomo tax
last winter; which, it will bo recollocted,
trained for him testimonials of approba
tion from many metropolitan financial
operators. Thoro aro statements mado in
lemi-ofllcial quarters that l'leasanton will
mako vigorous efforts to vindicato his
action, and will endeavor to enlist con
gressional intluonco in his bohair.
SECRETA11Y DELANO LEAVES
CHANGES BY THE NEW COM
MISSIONER OF INTER
V'ASniNcrroN, August 0. The president
as appointed J. X. Creieh, of California,
commissioner from thal.stutQ .to tho con
tonnial exhibition At rhiladolphia.
left Washfugtou to-day for Ohio, where
ho will rtm'alrf (or several ,woeks. i
THE NEW COVIUIHBIO.VER OV INTERNAL
will, toemorrp, Uko Up tho, subject of
c6ntractln'c for suDnlviric thoburoau with
'.paper for wnlsky. tobacco and boor stamps,
too piatos lor wuicu navo oeeu reauy tor
sevorat months, but tbo printing delayed
owing to the lato trouble.
Tho commissioner, this aftornoon, re
voked tbo commission of Henry liowman,
who succcded Clifford Thompson in tho
ofilco undor Gon. rioasanton. Other
changes will tako place in tho bureau,
LAKE ERIE, EVANSVILLE AND
' SOUTHWESTERN R. R.
RcTiinim Tn,l ' An. O A lnrcn and
enthusiastic mooting was held hero, to-day
in tho intorost of tlio Lako Erio, Evans
villo and Southwestern railroad company.
Largo delegations from Orango, Wash
ington, Jonlngs, Uarthcllow, Union and
Dubois counties, were present.
Speeches woro mado by Hon. G, N,
Corel ton, prosidont, nnd others.
Stock subscription to tho amount of
$800,000 havo already boon secured, and
S 00,000 more pledged by tbo delegates,
ymour will bo it point, and the end of
the second' division arid tbo company's
abopt wlll'bo locatod bora.
HE GOES FOR THE WOMAN
THE PHILOSOPHER SARCASTIC.
HIS CAUSTIC REFERENCE TO
New Ynntr. Aurint 9. Horace Grccloy
hns addressoil tho Uolden Age, defining his
viows on tho woman ouestlon, snying that
whllo ho docs not deny that porsistent
and flagitious adultery of husband or wlfo
affords good ground for divorce, transient
tnndciiiy to mo marriage vows, unucr tno
influence of passions, inflamed by wino or
other unnatural excitement, should not, if
repented, bo admitted as reasons for di
The doctrine of remarriage in thoc
widowed by death should bo governed by
circumstances. In the main, wjierooouplas
are happily united, it will bo bettfctln
higher lifu if neither married a second
time. Tho mainspring of his hostility to
womuu suffrage !b duo to tho conviction
that Uie marriage tie has a coercing
f)6wor, and that woman suffrage Is moral
y impossibilo on that account. Ho snyi
he has written little of what has ap
peared in the Tribune editorially on this
subject during tho past ten years, and con
cludes bv saying:
" I believe our countrymen are indebted
to you for having discovered, porhaps I
should say invented, mu as n possible,
though most Improbable candtdalo for tho
presidency. Allow me, men, to tnanx
you for your, early and frank demonsla
tiun. 1 can in no contigenoy be n can
didato on your .side, for, as the woman
suffrage candldaio, as you forcibly nnd
justly say, thero is nut.evena remoto possi
bility of my ultimately adapting my
self. My difference with your crowd is too
vital tco radical to permit the most sun-
cuino dreamer to hope for my con
version. I have grown old in my opin
ions, ana lately nrm. An advanccu
femalo of tbo Laura Fair typo, who kills
her parmour, whom she claims lo bo her
rightful affinity and gives the Ho in open
court to the wifo sho has doubly widowed,
is my pot aversion. But why should any
man be the candidate for the picailency of
tno woman sunragistsr x icel tnai tno
candidato should bo a woman. Sho ought,
moreover, lo bo ono thoroughly emanci
pated from the absurdity, folly, narrow
ness and baleful conservatism which I am
too old to outgrow. Could you not find
one who illustrates in her own personal
history what you so fcllcitioutly term the
" liberal thought of this enlightened ago."
Let bor bo ono who has two husbands of a
certain kind ; live in tbo same house with
them both, co-habiting with ono but bear
ins: tho name of tho other, to indicate lior
impartiality, perhaps, and tho causoaud
canaiuato win bo so liny ma tea mat mere
will be no occasion, oven under their most
liberal, progrestiv, enlightened rcglm.
lo sue lor a divorce, uouiu not ono ot
this class bo persuaded to ovorboar her
shrinking modesty and nominiilu her
ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW
CHURCH IN GERMANY.
EVACUATION BY THE GER
TRIAL OF FERRE, THE COM
MUNIST. NEW-YORK CITY HONDS RE
TAX ON HAW MATERIALS EVACUATION,
Versailles August 9. A bill has been
proparod by tho government and intro
duced in tbo assembly to bring tho trials
oi tno communist prisoners to a speedy
Tho Government will suspend tho pres
ent discussion of tho subject of taxes on
raw materials, with a view of Increasing
tho oxisting direct taxw.
Tho Prussian troops, under ordors from
Uorlin, to-day evacuated tho City of
FERRE ti TRIAL.
TAnis, August 9. At tho sotting of tho
court martial to-day, witnessos testify thnt
thov saw Forroroleuso convicts.
A"bbo Dorri said ho lind served twonty
ilvo years as a missionary among thu sav
ages and novor witnessed atrocies o.jii a 1
to thoco pcrpotratcd by tho communist.
NEW CUURCR IN OEHMAXY.
London, August 8. A meeting was
hold in Heidloburg on Sunday to tako
measures for the foundation of n new
church In Gormany, Forty delegates
woro present, coming from various parts
of Gormany, Austria and Switzerland. A
commlttco wns appointed to draw up n
constitution for tbo now church, Its main
points will bo the principles of tho Council
of Constance of 1314; subordination to tho
pope's council, separation of church and
state; participation of laymen in tho man
agement of tho church; freo election of
bishops; communal oloctlon of pastors and
modification of confessional. Tho dele
gates aro dlvidod in opinion as to whether
tbo church should acknowledge a primary
The committee wore instructed to sub
mit their report for ratification at n meet
ing to bo hold in Munich.
Heklin, August 9, The commlttco of
the Uorlin oxchange has refused to allow
quotations of tho Now York city loan to
appoarin thooUlcial stock list.
Tho emperor, of Austria will meet Km
poror William on tho 18th Inst., nt W0I9,
In unpor Austria, and accompany htm to
t'lsonl,'! whero their majesty will remain
STATE AGRICULTURAL CON
VENTION. Rome, Ga August 9, Tho stnto agri
cultural convention met In this city yes
torday. Tho deliberations woro of vital
importance to tbo state. A mammoth pic
nic, under tbo auspices of tho convention,
took placo on tbo fair grounds to-day.
MEETING OF THE LAROR RE
FORM STATE CENTRAL
DUTLEU AND PHILLIPS QUES
TtONEI). Hoston, Augiut 0. The labor reform
stnto central committee met this nftor-
noon to determine tho time nnd placa of
noiuing n state convention-.
A lengthy discussion fallowed, in which
Wondoll I'MllliM participated, and nd vised
thu cotumittco to wait till other parties
Tho chairman niked .Mr. Phillips if hu
would accent tho nomination of governor.
tendered by tho labor reform party, to
wuicu no repneu no wouiu not ; tnnt par
ty could tuko up n much better man, and
If they would piny their cards well, draw
mora strength out of !oth parties.
in answer to a1 question wiieiuer ucn.
Ilutler would tuko tho nomination in ad-
vanco of tho republican convention, Cnm
mincs suid Unit Gen. llutlvr ncrccd with
tho party in Its ideas, but had given no
pledges', directly or indirectly, to secure
tho labor rclorm movemont. IIo asked
Duller what ho would do if tho stuto com-
mlttco sent him a letter,' to which ho re
plied that ho should not nnswor It, nnd he
added, "It makes no differenco at your
convention who you nominate, I take your
A motion to postpone- tho action till af
ter tho other conventions were hold pre
vailed, nnd tho commlttco adjourned lo
meet on tno iiotit nut.
COL. WHARTON LEFT
ARREST OF A GIFT CONCERT
Loui.fViLLK, August 9. Col C. O.
Wharton, United States district attorney,
left for Capo Jlny to-day, w hero hn in
tends to remain three week;s.
A largo number of citizens went to
Loxlnuton from hero to-duy tonttend'tlie
funorni of Mr, Gilmore, who was killed in
thu riot on Monday at Frankfort.
This morning J. F. Galloway, n noted
blind trlft concort man, wns before tho city
court charged wilh dealing in lot
teries. Ho confessed to his guilt mid was
fined six hundred dollar which was re
corded against him.
.This mornlntr Truman Kinnoy, while
coming up l'ortlnnd ferry wharf on 11
loaded wagon was thrown to tno L'rounu,
thu wheel of tho wncon passiut; over hU
breast nnd inflicting sevcra internal in
juria, which may provo fatal. HU father
died soino uiiys ngo irom tt similar acci
dent. Keturns received from twenty-nino
counties trivo Leslie a majority of i:i,ij'.)l!.
Tho following additional returns huvo
been received from the various counties :
Ohio county Leslie, 1,371; Harlan,
Gravson county Leslie, 903; Harl.m,
Hardin county Leslie, l.l'-'O; Harlun,
Todd county Leslie, 1,IC3; Harlun,
La Ituo county Leslie, 771 ; Harlan,
Taylor county Leslie, C2U j Harlan, -135.
Trimblo countv Leslie, bCl; Harlan,
"Woodward countv Leslie, l,'.&7j Har
Grunt county Leslie's majority, oGS.
Hopkins county democratic majority,
Casey county democratic majority, liO.
ARREST OF A MURDERER.
THE MURDERER CONFESSES
Evansvillk, Ind., Aug. 9. A brutal
nuiruor Hint was committed ntiout two
miles west of Hnubstudt, on tho night of
duiy isist, was discovered yostoruny. a
young man mimed Kemp, ngod 19 year,
beat out tho brains of ono itildcrbockcr
to keep him from complaining of Kemp
for falso protenccs.
Whon tho murdorer was suspected ho
confesscdnnd pointed out tho body, which
was neatly dovourod by buzzards. Uoth
woro residents of Warrick county, near
Lynvillo. Kemp wns sent to Princeton
jail, tho murder having been committed
in uiuson county.
AN OLD MAN OUTRAGED 15 Y
Cllic.vuo, August 9. Garrett L. l'ang
borno, an old and highly rcspustcd citizen
of Xenio, N. Y.. died on Sunday last from
tho effects of violcnco committed on his
private parts by two men named Stephen
Vuttorflold and S. Cochran, on previous
Last night, at liurda, Ills., O. M. Green,
a brakoman on tho Chicago, llurlington
nnd Qulncy railroad, was instantly killed
by falling from tho train while in motion.
Goo. Smith and another man were
drownod nt Oihkosh, Wis., yesterday.
They woro on a log jam nnd fell through.
A DIGAMIST HELD TO
Salt Lake, Utah, August 8. In tho
third district court to-day a Mormon poly
gamlst was held to ball in tho sum of live
thotisnnd dollar, charged by his first wifo
a.vi.T Lake, August 911 r. m. The
small stcamor Lady of tho Lake, recently
purchased by John W. Young, in Now
York, was successfully launched to-day.
Tho Hnwktvs ndultory 0 tso, now beforo
Judga McKoan, causes great itxclloiiumt
among the Mormons. It is gouornlly bo
lioveil should alio succeed otliurs will tnko
THE INDUSTRIAL EXIIIRITION
NOT ROOM ENOUGH.
Cincinnati, August 0. Tho buildings
for tho industrial exposition are to ho
completed within a low days, nnd will
open for tho reception of "goods next
'I hursdny. Tho lloor area will bo over
threoncros. More spneo hci been applied
for than nil tho buildings will furnish.
Tho committee have, however, curtailed
on many application, so that nil will bo
accommodntcd with spaco who apply
wiiiuti moiiexi wcok.
A meeting was hold to-night consisting
of nbotit 15 prominent Gormnns, nt which
it was determined to orcanlzo nn independ
ent scci ty for tho protection of Germnn
American Interests. A commlttco was
appointed to draft a plan for the organiza
tion. F.rall Koberts nnd Mattnz Jacobs, nro
among tho members of tho committee.
John Ncumnn. a voiim? Gorman, was
drowned In tho Ohio to-day.
GRAND LODGE OF ODD-FEL
LOWS IN SESSION.
Hanhoii, Me., August 8. Tho grand
lodge nnd grnnd encampment of tho Inde
pendent Order cf Odd-Fellows hold their
annual session In this city to-dnv. Most
of tho lodges nnd encampments in the
state wero represented. Olllcors were elec
ted lor tno ensuing year.
STATE TEMPERANCE CONVEN-
HAurtiMitnui, August U. The stnto torn
tcraneo convention, to iiomlnntc candidates
for auditor and surveyor general, met this
morning. James lllack, of Lancaster,
win elected chairman. .Strong resoltil ions
VISITING THE PRESIDENT.
Lo.nii IIkanl'II. Aucust U. 11. V. 11c-
mis and wifo of Chicago, havo arrived,
and aro cui-.-U Of llm prcsment.
l lie prostdetit answer to 1110 commilloo
tit Kcdmburgh, of tho Scott celebration,
win tie sunt to-morrow mortnii.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New-York, August t).
WHKAT Dull; sales of prime No. '2 at
CO UN Steady at Oo1 to Wv.
OATS Steady at 50c.
rOltK Dull at $13.00.
I AliD Dull at 13c.
St. Lol'IH, August 9.
WHKAT Firmer; red No. il in clovn
tor, S1.13J; No. 2 do, Sl.'Jl.
COKN Dull ; mixod In olovntor, 43.
OATS Dull at 32033 in bulk on track.
It YK (Juict at 55(,17 sacked.
WHISKY Sales private nt 0001.
rOKK Small lots $13.25.
Chicago, August 'J.
FLOUH Dull and nominaly unchang
ed. WHKAT Dull at S1.03J; cash $1.00,
August $1.03, first half 08c, September 02c.
COUN Steady -131a 13; cash 43 j
August 42; Septomber'rejectod at 4U.
OATS Very irregular. 30a30 cash ;
29Ja33 Soptember ; 30 August.
ltYK Dull ut u3a5l.
II A It L B Y Lowo'r but in fair demand
at cash ; 00u September.
l'HOVISIONS Heavy sales.
roilK $12.50 cash ; $12.00 seller yoar.
iin.nu nominal nt uvc.
CO A I. AND HOOI.
F. 31 . WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
11 M. WAltD in prepared to deliier the liesl
' , l-'ird Wood nnd utuno Coal
IN ANY I'AUT OF TUB CITV,
Anil in any quantity dented, on tiliort liullce.
COAL DELIVERKD at S1.50 i-mt ton
()Kl'ICl-:-Uvi'r llct-rwarl. Drill ,t Cii.'h love.
luoilourH nboro Iho corner of Eighth htieet init
Ciimmercliil uveiiuo. JecUil
Wherein. W1II1.1111 It. lliitke ninl Uoxatilia Ilurko
Inn wile, did on the '.".M dny of June, A. D. Ibiwi,
iKeeniH tlu-ir eertnln iiiorti;nL't or deedotlrti.t
tu Ixliinii N H.i)tilftn Beeuri'ciiitnlii notes there
in mentioned, wlilah ih'ed "f tru.t win duly an.
knottledged nnd 11 uoriled 111 bonk "D" pagoa ail
nnd all in tlit- rci'iiriUTH olllin of Alexander coun
ty, Illluol.. And Hlieiea-i, delimit Imi U-i n unnle
In llm payment o! xnlil iiuIi-h, Now, therefo:e,
III nreiirifiineo mill lie protlmom of mid deed
anil I')' virlUK 01 ill" m iiierem cniii.iineii, 1
Hlll.im I'rid.iy, lliu l.tiln) of September, A. D.
1471, nt tho lioiil dour of th ciiutl linll.u of .11
exHiider county, Statu nl llliiinN, nt u'rl"fU if
..HU uuy pnieeetno en 11m iiiiiowinir i i-.'-ii""i
iruperi) , milium i) iuk 111 uie my 01 umvi
Mt numbered xelellleen U7I. elullleetl (IS),
iilnet.eii 1 I'll In l.lnek liliv. lour iJII. in the miuie
ua-i caused In Iw il.illed and reeoriieil by llmin,
ill) IOT llll'l 1MVIII, IHO Mlllll' WUttlrt iir,viimi (l,
M.1.1 d.ie.i nl iriim. I'nr ea.li 111 hand tu l ie li uhest
bidder, and will eaeetilu to the ptiuliaxer or pur
uhiiiern 11 deed for the name.
i;i.i.aiu;tii c. uaynie,
Admlninrmru lor laiiam ix, iniynie.
July IMIli, IMI, IV-lo-'JOtd,
The Illinois Central Ua'l Ito.td Comtmiv now
idler fur milo tho followitudeiicribeil lota la Kind
Aililllioii to ine uuy ct uiiro, vut
Lot 27 t.lock '.M. Lot Ut bloek W,
" la " 'JO, " U7 " W,
' fi " 8i, " 2H 8J,
1' fi W, ' 31 Hi,
1' it " w, :u " w.
Fortenna.i'traniily lo JA Mm JOHNSON,
The copartnership heretofore texUUtig between Al.
ten M. Wool anil htlicir M. Iiw, un.ltr the firm
name of Wood & Iw, li hereby distol.ed iby mutual
consent. E, M. Low will continue the tnnineu, with
nflies at Pulaski. Illinois, and he will collect all monies
due said firm, and pay all debts contracted by the lite
AI.I1ERT M. WOOD.
KIXiAR M. LOW,
Caiio, Itu , August 7, 1871.
The copartnership heretofore existing under the firm
name of 11. F. Kchcls & Co. Is hereby dissolved. Mrs.
Wood has withdrawn. The builnest will be continued
by 11, V. Kchoij, who assumes all ,th debts of the Uto
firm, and to whom all the debts due the Said firm must
II. F. ECHOLS.
MRS. SARAU WOOD.
t-iira, Ills., August ih, i8;i.
Notice is hereby Riven, that on Tuesday, the 15th
d.sy of August next, between the hours of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and 5 o'clock In the afiemoon of said day,
at the late residence of Augusta Weil deeea.ed, In the
city ofCalro, on the Ohio Levee, between Sixth and
Kigth streets, county of Alexander, State of Illinois,
the personal property of the decedent, consisting of
household ami kitchen furniture, one sewing machine,
counters anil shelving, show cases, liquors and cigars,
candies and candy jars, also a leasehold estate in lot
No, 10, in block No. 3, In the city of Cairo, together
with the brick building on said lot and other articles,
will be sold at imblic sale.
Terms of sale -Purchases of lets than five dollars to
I mid In hand far that amount and over, on a credit
of six months, the purchaser givinf note, with ap
groved security. ,
1AJUI3 llw 1 i 1U, ysuminmriiiur.
Cairo, July s 1871.
DUN B All'S WONDERFUL
BET1IESDA MINERAL SPRING
OP WAUKKSIfA WISCONSIN.
Tins water is the acktowledfzpd cure of the In
tractable and incurable disease known as Urlf Ill's
llrlKhfn disease Is fatal (0 the kidney, the body
wasten away, destroys life by starvation of the
IMaoetes commences with frequent desires lo
pans water, great tli ret, constitution, loss of
strength and flesh.
Astonishing cures of dropsy have been effected,
brick-dust deposit, inflaniatiun of the neck of tho
bladder, alkali, and couty swellings. For the
liver it is unsurpassed. It will allay all inHama
Uonot tho kidne and urinary organs In twenty
four hours, xivintf Immediate relief; also, a scar
let fever It prevent Iho kidney from congesting,
nnd if mores all traces of albumenorla. It will
Kivo relief In nil cae. of high fever.
EDWARD DUNBAR, Esq.,
General Agent at the Spring, Waukesha, Wis.
Header, If you are afflicted with any ot tholoro
Holni ill.eace.i, write) to the undersigned, llm
advice) will cost you nothing ; ho can by chomlcal
unalysiH possess hliusu'f ol a clear knowledco of
any individual case no matter ol how long stand
inir. III. wonderful discovery Ilethcsda Mineral
Wnter is a nositlvo remodv for tho foreuouur
nllmentH. it liaa never failed tr do what ho claims
lor It where over used. Tnia water naa 1110 aamo
Kood etlect at tho remotest part of tho country,
that It liaa at the Spring' ; it never loses a parti
calof its medicinal qualities by package or trans
portation. Direction how to use tho water and
circular will accompany eack rackasn orderod,
Aildre, HICHAHI) DUN II AH,
3H l'ennsslvanln-av., WaslunRton, V. O.
Or Edward I'. Dunbar, General Manager at tho
Springs, Wmltesha, Win.
Agents wanted everywhere. Jelid3m
tt. S. IIAltRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE TUItNISUlNQ GOODS,
185 &J187 Commercial Avenue
REAIi ESTATE AVERT.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (skco.vd flooit) ohio levee,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
At. I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
WINES AND tmCOIU.
W3I. II. SCHUTTER,
Iiuiorlcr mill Wliolcanlo Dealer in
TOBACCO 6c CXC3-AIS3-'
Atcnt for tho beat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported AIM of lirerenOKImU6
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
F. 31. STO0KFLETII,
ifCCimOU I-OIILC A ITOCKUITM
Itortlfyer mid WlioleIe Dealer m
I'orclirii hiiiI Dosueatio
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkveb, , ,
SiMlxiriRLD Uluk, - CUBQ, I LLIN0I3.
1-1 L Ueopaon hand constantly a full stock of
XAOM Kentucky llotirbon, live and Uononra
lieln WhiMkiea, French llrandlei, Holland (Jin,
Ulmie uud California Wino.. An30U
kST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tho Forty-Third Annual Session of tho
TJ3STI "7" IE J3j SITTT
Will open on Monday Bpt.th, 'Tl
This i the only Institution ofLoarnldK in the
weal, haiiug UeneatabliaUadlnliru, Thacours
of undies oftera verr facility for aeaulrlDK a
thornuKh Clasatcul and Commercial education,
Catalofiut cgnUlnloa loatructioaaw atstta
and fill Tyartlculara, will sent on pdllcallon Ui
Kay B. HlbTUNTEHKCK.H. J.
, I'rtsl itnt, m. lmla UutitraUy,