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IIOTTJiTTS jtr.CX OATH EIUJJO lltv HU LK.VVRS AT TIIK l.W'K or COOl .slOI'K FOR'.
' From the Dispensary, of
diomma cin:.VATA -
1'aoriaTir.s. Their odor Is.slrunif. dltluslva n I
VitiirAL rxoriarita sun Uses lluohu leaves
the l'rinarr Orvaaa.
I They arKien In complaints of the t'rirnry Orleans, such s (iratil, Chrnm! Catarrh nl the
llladder, Morbid Irrttaliuu oth lUelderand Hi ethra, Diseaio of the Prostrate Uland, ul Helen-
atinilprincoraineiiednr urine, rmm a 10 fit lonu
rmuuj uu ano dko recommeniieti in u,pepiia,
lilLHtolD'sExTatCT Ill-cut' i used l.r mTiom
I in the decline or changa ot life ; after tunniK'Uient or Laber I'ain i Hed.wrttlDK In children,
to affections peculiar to females, the Extract llurlni la unequalled by an) cither remedy, an in
Chloroalaor Retention. I'atiifitloMa or rtupwemlui of Customary Kracuatious, Ulcerated or Hchlr
rom Stats of the Uterus.
Illililiaar ths II la dm t. Kikuik. (ixawl i
the power of Digeatien, "initexeitej the AUurbenls Into healthy action, l.r which the Watery or Calca
reous desposlllons and all I'nnalural Knlaritenienta are reduced, a, well at Paid and Inflammation.
Hiioltj'i EitaUr Htcm' haa rured every cat of DiaU-lea In which it hai been given. Irrita.
tioaof the.Neck of tlie Bladder and Inflammation of the Kidneys, Ulceration of the Kidneys and
Madder, lUteutlon ot Vrm-. Dm-asea of tho I'rotttste Oland MCine In tlx Bladder, ClUcuIas, (Jfa.
el, Brick.Dual Deposit and MOCUI or Mdkv Uncharges, 'an 1 f.lr enfeeble,! and delicate conslitu-
Iei, uncK.uual IMpoall ami Jiacua or lkr UneharRea('ah 1 r.lf nr.
tiooiof both itlti, altentleit with the fillloeih jtnptiin t lodlap
Power. Ijoea1 or Memory, DilScully In llreathluK, Weak Nerrra, Ti
Wakefulneia, DlmneaaofVUIon, I'aln In th ll.ck. Hot llun ic, Final
1 I.. Ilbla L'HKMln. L. t'... I,.lt..l ,.... t 1 f
the Skin, Eruption ou the Face, t'allid Countenance.
Hilmsold's Kxteact flrCHL IB Dittretie and Illnod.Pftrfvinir. anrt?nrea itU ,lir.n.' fl.!n fmn
biaUlaof diaalpatlon. eiceasea and Imprudences In
ifpaiua inajiffciioaa lor wnicn Hit iieia in ronne'iion wiiu nrLMhoLU'a turat waatl.
lie ware oicoucienein. aik lor ueimtioioa,
LieacrilM tymptomf In all communlcntlour.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SAKSAPARILLA,
DI.OOD 1'CRiriKll AND
IIi:i,MIl(I.I-H i:THACT MAIM Vl'AltII.I.
terminate from the aytm tVrofnla, Hrphlll
ore IK, bore Moutb, Hoie 1l-I, Ilroii lima, .-kin
llie Ear, White nwelllnea, Tumor, Canceroua Atlectioaa, Mode, HilUlU, (.Uu.luUr rwe lllnx", MKlit
eweaia, naan. letter, iiumore or an Kinna, jcun.c
en caiaoiianeu in ine eyaiem ior Tears.
Heine prepared expmile for the a!ote cointd.tlnt, ita Illood-punfymx prurertiea are greater
lient toa stale of r
neaiiu ann iiuriij rorimriiy
llseasea arnlnu Irnm an impure atate o( the Moo. I.
t ior ine cureoipainaanu swellings i Ml iHiiim,
nan any otner Bariaiiiia. l Kiu win cuuiiiiMipin
rim ii on ine rurr, r.ryvpcias, niu an caiy .ruiuioni oi ine rKin, ani iie.'tutuyiOK ine torn
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE PILIS.
The moat reliable PL'ROATIVK and l ATltAKTIC
lick or erroU Headache, Jaundice, Indic ation,
a nils, tienerai Deb ntT. em. to n.tsua. no k'ni'inr
tl ne 4JA1 AW ii A iiK.r.i'j iis arc purely vreiauie, uemu runipoej oi i.uuwua urapo juice ami
luid Extract Rhuhaiu.
ileware of those cheap patrt.t pills, carelessly prepared ty inexperienced persona, tended in
toolen boxes, most ul whigu contain rjlhur calomel,
. T. HELM HOLD, 1'iactical and Analytical Cliemi.-t, .VJ. Uroadway, N. Y.,
ami 101 bouta lentit st., J'hil.Klclphia,
nit y (iimiiin,
OLOSI2STC3- OXJT COST !
Tlic pbllic nrn hereby notified that
lit Ml, OKI '
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HOOTS, SHOES, 'll ATS,
tl t ' ' IH i l - 1
Jjilonini to the
l . 1 1 i '.'1M.;)JJ fiO&) AT COST, , ,
Lt the old stand'oVrneu SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
Hint I it
caieo, - - -
0 H 0 0 K It I V B ,
oipcrs pkomptlt riitrn.
G. D. . WILLI AMSON!1 '
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CAIRO, I Ii 1. 1 N C 1 B.
given to CqpUtynmenla
' st: l'o'uis
I IK regular annual term, of 'thlf Uw School
will open on Wednesday; October lllh, Wl.
I course, iwo setwrreie. rsr,'. 7."
a admitted to tho lenlor clak ou etart Inat lnn
DDlicatlon on or. liuforo October 7th. Wl.
Ilbhfee, JOOWpw annum, ror parucuiara
I Or. m:. BTJUWAJsa,
Action Doan of Law Faculty,
soinewhit aromatic ; their latin bitterish and
with h peculiar tendency
in the pari conrame'l In IU evacuation
mronic iwiciimaiisin, i uiAOL-ous
Ircm theauo of Id In 2?.anl Iromlil u V.. nr
DaorairtL fean.Lixos. This medicine InnMiu
llspotltlon to hxerlion, Loss of
trembling, Horror tf DImuu,
iishlnrr nl the Rudv. frvnf.t nt
Uuiiersnl Lansltuda of the Mti scalar rryetcm,
life, Imptirltlea of the lllwxl, He, upercdlD
ijkc no oilier.
OK TIIK COMI-I.KXIO.V
"ever unie, I'leeia, Sgt Kea
llar-um. (iinkr. Itunmnii from'
iiiieuiiiaiiain, upini, anaiiiiKaaa iiwi nsie
the tlood. rcnonnu all chronic conatltutlonal
near aun neaimx co,or, nnu restores lite pa
and the onli reliable a:ul etlwtunl known leme-
i icera,iona n tno Tiiruai ano i.eus, moicnes,
known, aiipeiscline ."alt. Macneala. etc.. In
Constipation, Iirapepsia, llillousn-ss, J,lrer Com
nam, bin mill, pieiiaunt nnu ante in openuion
mercury cr other deleterious drugs.
fctat)lislie.t upward ot.'') years, rieparrd by
1'a. com by Urugyista, ovcrywhero.
tho bti mid
inriLnir.i'i nt Miek o!
..I,, Mill! .-
CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,,
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at:itoof tlic lf
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. , I HKN. M'OTT WIIITK., .
for. HtliKl. itliU Coiiluicrciail-fiT.
HhurilUior, L -'
and qliildrOu'B luir em lind ihaiil'
pooed, itterattho'bhdornf Iheirown homea.
.MrfleiitleinenVwhlakerH and hair dvml.in a
jolenllllu manner. tiAtialaction guaranteed.
i JAMES KENNEDY,
HOUSE MOVERi AND GUILDER
la prcimred to do nl klrjd of
HOUSK MOVlNtJ, H0'T; .1UJS1N0
' riVpAlllIKO OK KVKKV 1)K8CUJTI0N
ON TUB MiMT arxmiNiii.1-. tIB.
OUDF.nH left nt tho residence nt Mr. Kennedy,
on Clnter utrool, next door to the new aohool
house, rir addressed tg the care of 1', O. llox tt
or the llulletlu ollioo, will receivo prompt alien
IteportrU capre lallw.for the f'nlro linl
letln. Ten liourn In Advance or
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BRICKLAYERS DEMAND MORE
RETURN OF THE LYDIA
THE ITALIAN PROCESSION.
THURLOW WEED TO RETURN.
THE BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY
AND SUNDAY LAWS.
New-York, Augtii't i'l. Henry llaw
ley, owner of a steamer, was arrested to
day, on complaint of Capt. Tylo, of the
lanllat-y .commission,, foe eupldying'4 ninn
bi:i hs unKlnoori wno uaa noi a certin
cato ns prescribed bv law.
Ho was brought beforo Justico Hotan,
im aumvuciiki Auniuiou. lO ua.ll.
At a meeting of tlio bricklayers last
night, it was reiclvotl to demand an in-
creHf o of wuges, from $1.00 to $4.G0 per
Great quantities of Oartlett pears aro
now sold on tho street.
A number of seamen, lately attached to
tho ships "Sardis" and "JUry IJrane,"
from San Francisco to Hoiton. who hnvo
just arrived here, say that a reign of ter
ror was carncu on ujr me ouicors on Doara
tneso vessels on their last trip, which was
from San Francisco to Liverpool. Crows
of both vetsols wero most cruelly mal
treated, wbilo on the "Mary Brane" and
four men wwo-fonlly rntirdcrcar'
Statements havo beon made that n Ten-
era I attack is to bo made on tho Italian
procession on tho 2Mb, but nro not cred
ited in police circles. Assertions that an
armed organization of Hibernians would
interfern to provent tho parade is alio
thought to havo no foundation in fact.
The police authorities, though they do not
anticipate h breach of tho peace, will make
arrangements for, preserving order.
Notlco has been ker red upon the captain
of the Emmott GuAxdsran Irish military
organization in Jcrsoy, City, that, tho per
mission nccorded' them to receivo arms
from the armory by the' common council
last year,- has boon, revoked by tno corri
mittoa of tho present common council.
Tho Queen has; arrived,) vdth Lydia
Thompson nnd her troupe of blondes as
THE WESTJ-IELD EXPLOSION.
At tho session of tho board of examiners
on tho "NVeitflold explosion to-day, Erastus
M. Smith, a practical onginccr for thirty
Qvo years, and the onginoors of tho Dun
dbrbory,' jfo'tropolis and others, testified
that the v found tho "Westfleld boilor to be
of poor iron and cracked nearly through.
Tho boiler was evidently wcil supplied
with water at tho tlmo of the oiplcslon.
Goo. G. Sowoll, United SUtes Euglnecr,
testified that ho had oxaminod tho boiler
of the "West Hold nnd found that tho iron
of which it1 was, mado to be of worthless
character. Tho iron had not been welded
thoroughly and in somo places tho slag
was viilblo botwocn tho layers .of, aetal.
Ho considered tho'cahso 6f the explosion
to bo carelessness rather than tho Vprovi
TUB DEM0CUAT8 or HltOOKLYN
.have adopted aplatform idenou'neing' tho
ounaay pronioitory taw.
A lettor received from Miss Wood, to-
uay, sutcs that nor lamer,
will tako the noxt steamer for homo, and
expresses foars that bo, might, not survivo
Tolxdo, August 11. Two dostructlvo
fires occurred at Coldwator,. Mich.. last
niebi. Tlwt Jlrst occurred 'about 1. a. m'.,
and destroyed throe barns owned by S. M.
StelevT Loss $5,000. Tho barns woro oc
cupied by Mr. Daughorty, a farmer,' who
nau, a quantity oi wuuni, somo tanning
tools, &c, stored theroin, which are a total
loss, up insurance. , .-.
Tho second occurrod about 2 o'clock,
originating in the clothing store ofN.i
ltosonbaum, who'djid just rocolved a' now'
stock or goods worm :u,uuu. rotai loss.
Insured for f 4,600. Tbo second and third
floori woro occuplod by J. E. Hipp, a pho
torrranhor. Loss 13.600. Insurod for
$1,000. Tbo building was a throo story
brick ownod by ltichard Greenwood, val
ued at $0,000, and was insured for $2,000.
The L'oods in tho adioinlno? stores suffered
'consldorablo damaged in romoving and by
wa.or, wntcu is lutiy covered Dy insurance
Tho flro U supposed to le tbo work of an
AT NEWARk, OHIO.
Cincinnati. Aucust Foir larva
Stablos filled with hay burned yesterday
atnewarh, unto, jjoss io,uuu. no in
AT CLEVELAND, '
Cleveland. O;. Auuust 11. Tbo tan-
nery of C. Burntldo, on Canal street, was
doitroycdvy fire lastnlght. Lois $50,000.
Insured for8,600 In tlio following com
panies:. Sun, $2,000; Ciovetand, $3,000:
Altmanla, $1,500; Stato Firo, $2,000.
A. nro at uavennn, unio, tuu afternoon,
destroyed Metz & ltiddou's carriage fac
tory and a number of wooden buildings.
xan Auoui ju,uuu. lnsurancu very aiunll,
ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1871.
MAYOR AND CITY COUN
FRAUDS PRACTICED AT TUB
TRADING POSTS ON. THE
JESSE K. DUBOIS, FOR CONGRESSMAN-
AT-L ARO E.
Ciiicaoo, August 11. At a meeting of
tho common council, last evening, Mayor
Moron sent In three sets of names for in
spectors of llrid well, and each sot in turn
was rejectod by a voto or twenty to six
teen. Last night Charles Schultz, whllo nt
tempting to get on a freight trnin of tho
Chicago, Burlington & (Julncv rail
road, nt tho Jefferson street crossing, fell
under the train and was instantly killed
A violent thuridorslonn visited Applo
ton, "Wis., last evening, doing iiuch dim
ago. A Gorman woman, narno unknown, was
truck by lightning and instantly killod.
The Sioux City Times, of the 9th inst.,
publishes an anonymous letter, addressed
to Gen. Hancock, charging Messrs. l'cck
and Durfeo, who havu charge of nil tho
trading posts on tlio upper Missouri, with
grots frauds; and also of nbuiine tho
righu nud privileges givon them by tho
The writer says they havo induced tho
commanacr to issuo u general order pro-
nttming citizens or soldiers ,trom purchas
ing goods in that department, except from
tho post sutler. It is also claimed that
they havo refuted to carry to cortitin posH
on tkcfr lino of boits, notwithatand-
ing tho fact that they aro common
carrion, packages addressed to
citizens or soldiers which thev believe cn-
tains provisions and clothing. This, tho
writer claims, is all oono .with tbe coun
tenance of tho military nuthoriticti.
In regard to the postponement of tho
Vanderpool trial, at Grand Kanidi. Mich..
yesterday, a dlsnatch sars that tho report
that tho defendant, lacks means of sub
poenaing witnesses is untrue. Two weeks
ago an order was mado by Judgo Uoit to
havo all Vandorpool's wilnosties sum
moned. One witness is tbo eclobrated Mrs.
Springer. This lady bos an oye to bus
iness and profit, and, consequently, has
left for Ohio, as she did provious to the
former trial. She is thoro bovond tho
Jurisdiction of tbo Uarry county court;
but hcr'attendanco can bo procured for rt
reasonnblo compensation. Sbo is the wit
ness who saw Fiold, the murdertut n.r.
walk past tbo house somo hours after his
supposed murder, snapping bit fingon at
VnnderDool states that ihu doz was at
his house at tho same hour.
y nndcrpool bat thrco otniucnt lawyers
to dofend him. Thoy aro Messrs. Hughes,
Chcvor and Holbrook, and tho statement
that ho is without means to go on with
tho caso is untruo. Tho trial will bo a
thorough nnd exhaustive ooo. Tho prose
cution will mako a stronger caso than at
tho previous trial. Tho principal hopo of
tbo dofenso is on tho non-agreement of tho
jury, tbo tamo as nt Kalamazoo.
It is understood that this will bo the
Mrs. Fields, tho mother of tho murdered
man, has como all tho way from Maitio to
attend tbo trial. Her presenco will lend
additional force to tho case. Sho tooms to
bo determined to And out tho murderer of
lior son. Sho is a lady of intelligence and
great cnorgy of character.
HON. JKSSIE K. DUIIUtlt
Of Springfield, has been brought out by
his friends as candidata for congressman
THE ALABAMA CLAIMS
London, August 11. In'tho houso of
lords to-day, Lord Itodcsdalo questioned
tho right of tho United States to maintain
Its domand for indemnity for damagos
caused by tho Alabama, now that tho
American government hod granted nm-
nosty to tho ato reueii, and reconciliation
with the south was complete Ho asked
whether tho Government Intondod to
bring this point to tho attention of tho ar
bitrators at ucnova, ana procceucu to nr
run the nucstioh ntcreat lcnctlt.
Ornnvillo rnplicd that the question of
liabilities ror tho deprouations or tbe Ala-
bam JVoujd bp.ar'glml in all its bearings
beforo 'tho arbitrators by Sir Itaundoll.
l'almor and other nmlnont counsel ro
talnedon the pnrtof Great Dritlan. whoso
inwrciis woum cortoiniy not sunor ior
want of ablonnd learned, defender.
.Paris, Aucust 11. Tho French butlnet
nronoiei a inroo nor cent, ur on nit mm .
ea graaoa except corn ana coal, flio es
. - . i t . . t
timated yield tnerorrom is tovonty-Ilvo
million) francs por annum.
It It tlioucht Hint tho vole in tho assem
bly upon the prolongation of tho term of
-ii. iiiiun in mruu vanra witisianu nnoui
as follows: For prolongation, 800; against,
av, pruuaoio ausentoosj I3U.
Madrid,. Auiust 11. It is renortad
that tho Spanish (government will send n
fleet- to tho Venexuollan forts to exact re
paration for Injuries sustainod by Spain
from the omission of tho grant of Vono
zuola to Drovont tho donarturo of tho One-
sada expedition for Cuba is authorltatlvo-
THE LATE EXPRESS ROBBERY
RECOVERY OF DONDS.
ST. LODIH. Aucr. 11 TVntiudfvn Hnrrl-
gau, who has been working up tho rob
bory of tho United Stntes txpro8 dolivury
wagon horo, lust month, tb-dny received
tho $80,000 in Kansas raclllobonilJ, which
comprised much tbo largest part ot tho
booty takon by tbo robbers. Tlioy woto
found in the woods a short distance from
the city on (Ho Torra Hauto railroad.
iiio Miprumo tvouncll of Templars ot
Honor uud 'Femporttnco concluded thoir
seulon to-day, A largo amount of busi
ness of Importance was transacted. Tho
noxt session will bo hold at Kr'.o, Pennsyl-
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING.
THE "DEMOCRATIC FINANCIAL
CoLUMnUH, O., Ausjiul U'. 5en. T!io.
Kwlng nddrocsod a largo
At tho west front of tho Stnto house. His
jieccli was very long, in which ho dis
tbo ku-klux law, finance, tnrill' and bind
Tho following it wlint bo called tlio
DEMOCRATIC FINANCIAL NEW DKI'AHTUUE
From tho wholo lyslutn of tliiance. past,
present and to come, proposed by tlio re
publican party, thodomocrncy of Ohio an
notincoa new departure-on which they will
roliovo tho pcoplo of much of their burden
of taxes, leave no heritage of debt to run
through genoralion after generation.
Thoy proposo that tho general govern
ment shall lurnlth nil tho money of tho
pooplo in an issuo which shall be n legal
EiJUALL WITH COIN'
fur all public nnd privato dobts wlintsc
over, except where tho contract expressly
calls for specie; nnd with it redeem tho
6-20 bonds; and to provent an undue sus
pension of tbo currency, issuo a 3 per cent,
bond, which shall bo exchangeable at par
for legal tender nt tiny time, nnd to wh(ch
legal tender may, nt tho option of tho
holder, bo converted.
It is not at all likely that currency
would full so far bolow par
that any bond bo redeemed in it less vul
unblo currency than that tho government
;ot for it. If such instances occur, tho
hardships will not bo great. Tho bond
holders of 1801, who, according to Jay
Cooko's tables, gnvo a littlo less than gold
for bonds, havo already received six por
Loin, uu uiuir iiiYcsiinciu, nnu gm uio
tho principal rotitrned to them nnd still
havo their bonds; so if tho currency in
which tho bonds arc redeemed wora to fnil
even to 60c in gold on tho dollar, which is
not to bo anticipated, thuv will not havo
suffered much by their sell-sacrifice in pur
chasing bonds at -10c.
Att rrfANutscoAUtJust li. Tho nu-
sorptlonof tho California FaclDo railroad
company in tno ucnirni racuic was com
pleted to-uav, uy tno election ;ot i.eiuna
Stanford, of tho Central, president, nnd
Milton Chatham, of tho California rnciuo.
treasurer, and the old board of tlio Central
FARMING OUT BABIES
Boston, August II. Thrco infants, said
to have been farmed out to an old woman
named Julia Callahan, in Kast Cnmbridgo,
died recently. Tlio women is under itr
rest on suspicion of killing them with opi
um. A coroner's jury will Investigate tlio
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
EXECUTION OF JOSEPH MESS
NEK. Rocnr.sn:it, N. Y. August 11- Joseph
Mcssnor was oxocutcd at 12 : 28 p.m. Ho
fullv confessed having murdered his wifo
in April, IHOP.
LOSS OF SEVEN HUNDRED
BARRELS OF FLOUR.
l'oitTLAND, August 11. A dispatch
states tho brit; .Josephine, of JNow Uriins
wick went nshoro nnd will probably loso
her cargo, consisting of sovon hundred
barrels of Hour.
KING FISHER GONE AMISS.
Saratoua, Aug. 11. It is stated that
King Fisher 1ms gono amiss in tho great
four mile race, and that hong
contend with Hclmbold nnd
AN EXPRESS DRIVER
Kvanhville, August 11. Bryant Giv
ons, it colorod express drivor, wag sun
struck about If o'clock this morning and
died this afternoon.
OAIR.O CITY OO A L
Is repiired to sttpjity cuiIhiiicm with tho host
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
UDE1N loft id llnlll.lay linn. olhV.e, 70 Oil lll
l.KVKE. nr nt this l.'uul Yard Ik Iiiw tho Ht
C'narlea llnlel, will recuivu iituiupt utlunliiiii,
THKTUO-'MONTAUK'1 will nrliiueoul iilonu
aldii Hteiiiiiera ut any hour. oi Mt
l.VRIU Cniiiiiilsakin ji.Wi In tiri'lilliliiis. eli.b
vuinliinutlunur discount. A New l'lmi, mrcnhia
true, Aildroaa M, I.UtijtlH' llytii, w uoaar
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Orleans, August 11.
FLOUR Drooping ?U6; XXX $0.75
CORN Firm. MlxodCS; whlto 70c.
OATS Firm at 50aG2c.
BItAN Firm at $1.05.
PORK Dull and depressed nt Sl4.25.
BACON Dull and lower nt "c ; rib 81!
sides tkr . . :
LAUD Depressed. Ttorco lOlnlOJ;
SUGA It-Good fair .
AVHISKY Dull and unchanged nl l6o
St. Loui.", August 11.
FLOUR Very quiet, and genomily
wuaknr and unchanged in prico.
WHEAT Flat and lower to sell on
every thing except choice; for No. I rod,
In olevalor, $1.0u wus oll'erud, and thoro
werosellors willing to tako Sl.lOi01.tl
for a limited quantity; No. ii Is hold at
$1.22 by sample.
CORN Dull; mixed, I0,l3e; white,
COc for sacked ; vofy littlo demand for anv
OATS Uncliangod ; buyers generally
BARLEY Quiet; choico full, f 1.00.
RYE Steady, firm and Inactlvo; 6C
C8o for primo to choico.
PORK. Dull and nominal at $12.u0
cash for now, $13.00 ou orders; sales of
uuik snouiueri on privato terms nro un
derstood to bo at n very low figure.
BACON Lower; shoulders, Clc; clear
rib, ijc; clour sides, "j8c.
LARD Dull and nominal.
WHISKY Dealers apart; small sales
DA KOLA Y JJKOS.,
IN ril.l. UI.AST
AT ll.VUCI.AYs' DttUO STOIIK.
Kuisii Siii'LV, IIAII.V.
PIWUlVTlfti irii rooii
ah. BKinvinn in:' mitiuh't) tuiu'ole
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GRAPE f catawiia ) "J f ortAPF. ) TILLS
1 CATAWIIA l.-j (IllAl'K
GRAPE (.catawiia ) i' (.aiiAt'K ) PILLS
AMI ALL nr
11 1: u .11 it 1, o vs h 1: i 1 cix i:.s
Fr.KSH FltOJl rilWT l(A.VIJ,f
AIivnyH In stock In l:iro upply, nnd fur sale b
II nrrl 11 y llriiH.
PEESH BXjXTB XjICIC
just it k c k 1 v k t
Tor Null) Ity ! i.lnss, Ilotltn or (Inlloii
BST'E.VTn.v Fisi: Coi.oonk;
CSTGknui.vk Impoktku Extracts;
C6y-llAIIi, Tooth AND NAM, BKUSHF.SJ
BQyl.SDIA KUUJJKK NuitHKItY Goo
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Host gr.-vlo In l.iro xtock nnd va
riety, very cheap i
Fin.t. Link of Coi.oits,
lillV AMI IS 1111.1
l'alnt llruslics, Linseed till,
Whitewash I' Alsh Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc, etc.,
ALL KIMIS ANU liTAMiAIIU Ul'ALlTtrS
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tho Forty-Third AnuuulHesalon of tlio
UlSTX "V E3 B S I T TTs
Will open uu Monday Kept, till, '71
This in tlio (lllh-lnalillltli.il of l.eiinildi! ill ilia
west, haviiiit Wi'iiestalillslieillu if- '. Thucourso
of atndieii utlera uieiv fiicillly for acquiring a
tlinrouitn tlasaicol auo t.iiiiiiiii'ruiiii.eiiuuaiKiii,
CutnloitiieH uontnliiiiii! Instriiclioiia to uarenla
nndful partlculara, will ho sont nn andlleatlon to
HKi p. ii. oiu.Y 1 r.iijvitv, a. u.
President. Kt. I.oills UniverailVj
The llllniiU Central Itail Road Cotuntiiv now
lUrfur milo tho lollowlniidciwrlbeil lots In First
itdllloii to the City of Cairo, vis t
Lot Uouli UO, Lot U( blnnl: H,
" t " a), " '.'7 " 6.',
' A " KJ, US ' h.',
' ii ' ', at " si.
fa " w, " as "
For terms, etc., apply to JA.MKS JOll.NdON,
XirAUHl FREi:. an I W n day turo. no hum
IV hii! Address Willi atatnii. I.A.TTA A CO
i ecopartneraMp heretofore existing between AL
UrtM. Wood aisd .iIulfar.M.Xow, under the firm
name of Wood gc Low, la hereby dlunlrel (by mutual
consent. E. K. Lo win continue the huslneta, with
office at Pulaski, Illinois, and he wilt collect all monies
due uid linn, and pay all debts contracted by the late
AttlERT M. WOOD.
DCAK M. LOW.
Cuts, lus Aiunut 7, 87f.
The cnnartnenhlp heretofore exlstlnft under the firm
rum. i of 11, J . Echols a Co. Is hereby dlsoled. Mrs.
iHf!. fiiwi,h,1r,,tn- Th lxiwM wlU be eoaitlmml
7L. ,.Vi?chni,,,'h,1 .the debta of the late
teiwld. IeLt, due ,h! aid firm mul1
II. K ECHOLS.
Cairo. IIU., Aug,tlhl8,3ARA'tWOO',
Notice 11 hereby given, that mi Tuesday, the nth
day of August nest, between the hours or ia o'clock in
the forenoon and J o'clock In the afternoon of said dtv
at the 'late residence of AuipmU Well deceased, in the
city of Cairo, on the Ohio Ixnce, between Sixth and
EiKth streets, county of Alexander, htate of Illinois,
the Tioii.il property of lire decedent, consUtlnu of
hoiiKhold and kitchen furniture, one sewing machine,
counters and shelling, show cases, llquon and cigars,
candies and candy jars, also a leasehold estate In lot
,! 1.'lofk..N,?' 3. In thccllyof Cairo, together
JJ.rlck hiuldlna on said lot and other ankles,
III lie sold at isihlie sale.
i 'rcr,m,,cf ."' I'"rchas of leis than five dollars to
be paid In hand i for that amount and over, on a credit
or six months, the purchaser giving note, with an
groved security. 1
n ti L0.mS "LATTAU, Administrator.
Cairo, July as, 1871.
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED
Just published, in a caled envelope. Price, 0 Cts.
A lecture on the natural treatment, and radical
cure of Spermatorrhea or Hemlnel Weakness, In
voluntary KmlnIoiie.Kextul Debility, and Inipe- 0
dement to Humane generally ; Nervousneaa,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Kits; Mental and
I'hrsieal Incapacity, resulting from aelf abuse,
etc., by Itobt. J. Ciilverwell, f. D., author of tho
"Oleeii Hook," etc.
"A IIOO.V TO THOUSANDS OK SUFFKHERd. j
Pent tinder seal, in plain envelope, to an ad
drex., postpaid, 011 receipt of six cents, or two
iiotriKii (damps, by Chaa, J. V. Kline A Oo., 1Z7
iiowery.Ncw York, Postollleo box 4fim.
lel.lilii 1 n m :t
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
3lra. I Cures colic and erlnlnir.
WIUTCO JIB'S J In tho bowels, and fa-
cilltatea tho process of
and overcomes alldU
easca Incident to in
fanta and children.
f Cures diarrhea, disen
com- I 23
ot all f Cents.
tery nnu summer
plaint in children
It ia tho Orent Infant's nnd Children's Soothing
Remedy In nil disorders brought on by TecialoK
or any other cause, Prepared by o." ,
Ulvni iu.i 1ur.u1v.ltta X.O., St. Loula, Mn
Sold by Druggists and
Dealers in Medlcino
WJ.XE.S AMU E.IUDOIU.
WM. II. S0IIUTTER,
ImiiorU'r mul M'liolcsnlo Dealer Its
tobacco & axo-ji.'js.a:
Agent for tho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Alox. or DWercnCKlHd.;
75 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
E. Mv STO0KFLETH,
si'ccr.son roiiLt a stockuitii
Itcctlfyvr mul V'boIciiilo Dealer a
foreign nud Doiuesitlc
LIQUORS, WINES,; ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
UVIRO, I LLINOI3.
SR keeps on hand constantly a full stock of
Old Kentucky Ilourbiin, ltyo and Uononga
Whiskies. French llrandied. Hollaud Cln.
Ithfno nud California Winoa,
Liverpool, Kew-Vorlc and Philadelphia
V.NUr.U COMUACT W IT 11 VSITU1 STATES A!fl CBITUU
For C'arryinR tho Mails,
TOR PASS.VOE TICKETS
ou rviuiitu isio'atiwi it
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aax.,
ISO Uroadway, New York, pr to
iia Wellington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
IMMIGRANT TICKETS, .
FOR SALE, lgfgaSj FOR SALE,
FOR SA LE. J ForBaio ( FOR BALE.
Furo from Livehtool,
Faro from Londcndkr'rt, ' 1
Faro from Glasoow,-
Faro from Qukkhstown '
TO CAIRO, ; : : :J: : ! ; 4 8i2 0
Bntlord, Morris it Candee, Agents.
Whereas, William R. Hurkeand Hosannallurku
liia wife, did on the -."ii day of June, A. U. lees,
uxecuto their curtain mortiiaxa or deed at trust
to ltham N. llaynletu secure certain notes tliore
in mentioned, which deed of trust wax duly ac.
knowledged anil reoorded In book"D"paes 33J
iiiid:tll in the reenrdere ollieo of Alexander counx
ty, Illinois, And whereas, default has beet) made
in the payment of said notes. Now, thcrofoie,
In arcorilanco with tie provisions of said di
and by virtue of the power inertia contained, I
u 111, on Friday, thn 1atda ot Heptorubor, A. I),
1871, at tho front door of the court tiouaa of Al
exander county, Htate) nl Illinois, at U o'clock cf
said day proceed to sell the following described
property, situate lying In the city of Cairo, tu-wit;
Lots numbered aeventeen (17), elxhtecn (IS),
nineteen OU) In block fifty. toui (Ml.aathe same
was canned to be platted and recorded by Messrs.
Tajlorand Iavia,the aauie belnx dew:rlbe4 la
bidder, and will execute to the putctuatr or pur
aid deed ot trust, tor oaali In hand to the h ttheat
chasers a doed f jrlho same.
KLIZAUKTII O. IIA IN IK,