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JOHN IJ. OBIiULY & CO., IMtOPHIBTOIW.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST IT, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
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ITTKSTOTH BKK.V OATHKRINO IlL'tllC LEAVES AT THE CAPE OK OOOH IIOI'K FOR
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I'k'irtkTirt. Their odor It trnpc. dittii'iTo and
I logout to nuol.
Vm4al I'HppikTitJ aw. Usls. HiicIiii hum
! rlnarv flrirana.
I They are given In complaint, ofthe I'rlnsry Organs, such is flravel. Chronic Catarrh t.l tho
Ider. Marlnd Irritation oMhe Ilia ldcr and l.'rrthra. Disease of th Piostratn (Hand, unci Helen.
Ii or Inrontineiiee of l.'rji.e, fioni loss of loin.
Iir.j ua siao oven recomirimije'j in i'j sprpis,
IJIumsolii's Kituict lltriic In irnid by persons
lt decline or change of life, after ('oiitin.iiieut
in atleclloni peculiar to female, tho ht'racl
oroais or Retention, Patnfiilncss or r-uppiesaicn
s stateof the Uterus.
IDisiasi or tift Huubti, Kn xria, (Jiiawi. dp Duiraicat. Shiilkw.-This inedicln increases
power of Digestion, ii'l rn-ilfi the Abaorbwita Into healthy action, by which the Watery orCalca.
'ia iiesjKiaiiiona nni nil i. nuniurai r.niargeinenis nr.1 reuiic.u, as wen hi rani ina innainmauon.
HruaaoLb's Exteact lli'ciu1 hsa cured utrry rase of DlaU-tes in which It ha been glvco. -lrrita-i
tf lhNeck of tlio HUddor (Ui'l Inflammation of the Kidneys, Ulceration of the Kldntts and
'Mrr, l(tiitlou 'ot Vnne, DlaPkx'a of tlm I'roatrnt (ilaml Ht'iht In thr Hlwldpr, t'klculua, (Irkv
llnck.IJuat I)fiuil aril lu ua or Milkv Ii Imriroa, nnd for i-nfblod nml ilrlk'atn conitiln
iaof both Hiri, aUndeil with tho following ainituiiia . lodirio,itioii In Kirrtlon, ! of
Tf r. Lota of Memorr. IifTlcultv In ItrrAthintr. Weak NVrvc. 1 rrmblinir. Ilnrrnr rf litaa.a.
Ikcfulnraa, Dlmniatof Vition, I'om In lh II . k, Hot llnn'.a, iuhlni ol the HiMf, Dryntaa ol
Hkln, Kruptlon ou the Vice, I'allid Cuunlcnancr, l'nli rAl I,Knln.lf of Km Muscular ny.lcin,
FltcLHtoLD'i KiTkACT lll'Ciiv la Iliilfi tlCkii J lll'joil
I in of dli"lnton. I'XCuai-a anil llni'ru'li n'.r id
alliinaflocllona for which It I, iim-.I, io ronnn
Inewar orcountcrrclie. ak lor ucimtoiii.
Utter R ajinjitoma in all romintinicttiona.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT S A USA PA III LL A,
ontAT nt.oon ri'inriKit axd
IILI.MIIOI.II'M i:.TIICT S.lltNAI'AHII.I.A
radlcklly tlrminte from the ajrattrn S-rofula, rivihili, 'owt Sorei, flcca, Soro K'ea
t IS". More Mouth. Sore llc i l. Ilrotichilln. kln Ducisui. Halt Uliuum. Ijhknr.. llinHin.t!m
IKtr, while Hwelllnir.', Tumor, Cinceroua AHeetinna, Node., Illckelt, (iUndular riwelllDx. Mht
ala. Hath. Teller, lluinora of all kind, Cron c Hhrumtiain, ijin-)lri, nn lAllilin-av a thxthato
i eatkbllahed In the aralem for jenr.
Illunx prepared expp aaljr for tun n')fe complaint", II III iod- purifying propertlea are greater
i any other SarapMill. It plnn the complexion u rlearnod lienliny Blor.nnd rcilorUie !
tioaaikie 01 iieaiui nni nurny. rorpuriij mi;
i aritinK Irom an impure ttato n! ihe Mood, mid the only rrl.jl.ie njd elleciml known )eme
or the cureofpalnaand hwellini! of the llonea, I'I'erai. of tbv Throat und IK, Illotehe,
plea on the Kace, Krynlpelai, Mid all fjcaly Krupt.ona ofthe I.,n, anil lleautdylutf the Com-
ceijImboijID's cjrcjrajL. g-rjve pills.
Irtie moat reliable ri'ftOTIVKnUil CATIIAHTIC
Iwi rToua iieii'iiiriiv, iuiiiici-, iiKjiKeiiun, vuuntii.iiiuii, in not'ii, iiiiinnanaa, l.irerwom
iti, deneral Debility, eto Ko naaun, no Kripint p.nnf but rnlfil, plexaant and ante in operntioo.
ne ua taw ii a liiiArt. i-i 1.13 nre purely vrcetnoie, iiinu comioea orutiawo tirnpe Julcfj and
I Extract Hhulli.
:4Wift of thoae chean OkleLt idll. carelt atlv iireiared bv mexrerii need oerann. Tended In
lien Iwxet, moat ol which contain either calomel, tnerrury or other deleterious druo.
ItKLMHOLlJ'HRK.MJINKl'HKI'AKATIO.N'n. IMabli.he.I lipnl of .Oyeira. Tcpared by-
I'lVHKLMUOLD.Tiactical ami Analytical C'licini.-f, I Uroadway, X. Y.,
Ituu 101 coutli Tenth tit, l'uilauelpliia,
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OLOSIITG- OTJT JtJT COST !
The piildlP nre hereby notiflrd Hint tlie large nml magnificent rlock of
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
' IlclaDglnj; to the t Mate of tho lale
AVII.li in: .SUM) AT COST
THE OLD STAND, COHNEK SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
, No. 110
iiio Lkvek, :::::: Caiiio, lit.
oanr.ua ruoxi-Ti.y niirn.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
Xo. 70Olilo l.ovt'o,
CAIRO, I 1. 1. 1 N (. 1 s.
ppoclal klieniion kivcii io omt-ik"ohiii
nd Tultlotirrer atinnm; .; I22ir in.
LMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE
IAVUl'UATIU BY 11. B. II. I-UIM'K AUTIR'H,
and Tuitltn, per i.nnuin ?C 'I1
Ut Toe .Very U. V.I. llellmiilli, I). K,
ueau or iiuruu,
Ahhlu In ll.ln Vvon. T.rtmtnn
las. -sjSi ?
inmilit aromai-,- n,..,r i.,it..i.i, .,,,1
atngeally atimuUnt. with i peculiar tendency to
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In the parts concerned In lt maeii.tlon, Tim
imouic iiucumaiism, I uianeous Aiiecilons kna
Irom the ages of IS lu i5, kud Irnin 3.'. to U, or
or tabcr Pains , )Ud-rttingiu children.
miriin It tiiirniikllo.j ty ani oilier r.medy, a in
of Cii'toinary livnciuttmi, Ulcerated or Scrtir-
- l'urfvini!. iinil 'uria all iliai-aara nrialnz from
l.fi - . iini'UrllK a of the Ulond. HP.. iiixraedini'
ti'in wilh MrLwa jm'a Ito.r. V
Uki no oilier.
iikautifikk ok thk cojii-lexio.vJ
trie blood, ii iiioiiiik ell ehronl ennatitntlonkl
known, aupeiae.lini Salt, Majnetla. etc., in
ra. SOU! Ijv I)ru''L'ifiU. everywhere.
miis. si ovr m'iiiti:.
F. S. MURRAY,
G-AS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS ItKMOVKI) VKOM l'KUIlV IIOUrtK
nmciv iiuildino o.v seventh st
OPI'OMITK WINTEU'S 11 LOCK,
HI! !ih Rreatly improrcd his
now on linud all liind of
stock, and haa
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To tho Invest IItIiir tlguroa, and ho Invite the
pntronnito of the public.
McUO.MIiS, KELLER & DRYNES,
HccueK.ors to Adolphua Hater A Co.,
JMPOItTKlW AND JOlinKIU IN
HARDWARE AND 'CUTLERY,
No9. 100 ami 102 N.Mnln.st.,
so?, louis, aur o.
' 'ST. LOUIS
rillll'. regular annual term of tills Law School
.L open on Wednesday, October illlh, 1H71.
I'ull I'ourae, two term. lx monllis, oacli,' Sill.
dt'iitMiidmlttod to tlio senior claai mi examination
by application on or before October 7th. 1871,
liilllon lee, $mi no per annum, l-'or particulars
ActlnK Peau of Law Faculty,
208 NORTH 3rd. St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. WADGYMAR, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, Sunreon and Accoulieur, formerly
of Anna, Union county, Illinois, haa per
inanuntly located In Cairo. Otllre Commercial
, uctwcea i;i);iilli ana riinlh ttroeti west
Reported Mipoln1ly Tor the Citlfr Bal
Irlln. Ten lioam In rulvnnre or Ht,
MSMAUCK AND THE PAJ'ACY.
THK (JIHNKSE EASTERN QUES.
WILL l'ROUARLY LEAD TO
CHOLERA INVl'ARIS AND LON
Nbyt-York. Augut 1C Advicos from
London ituto tlm'. fatal, cases of cliolurn
had nppcarod on three itcarncri, from Con
stadt to Hull, but English autliorltioi were
taking cvory mcaiuru to provent its intro
duction from ships arriving at tho. o ports.
Yesterday's deipntches received here,
nnnoimeo two fatal cases of cholori In tho
The members of tho health department
of this city, think that thcro is little prob
ability of cholera, visitation in this country
this ycur, . . , , .
Tho phyician of Iho board of health no
longer considers that cholera is it matter
of Interest to America, at it has been lurk
ing ntaut Europa for years while wo have
THE CITY ACCOUNTS.
The committee appointed by, tho signers
to call a public meeting about tho alleged
frauds, say that tho nbsenco of so many
business men and leading citireni from tho
city necessitated delay, but they promise
to givo tho publlo not'ico as soon as their
preparations are sufficiently matured.
BISMARCK A .VI) THE TAI'ACV.
Advices received from London state
that Ulamarck has commenced a vigorous
campaign against papacy, and as a first
blow, declared in parliament and his Offi
cial Gazette that ho regards tho Ultramon
tano church as hostilo to the state ; thut ho
has broken olT all relations with it not
puroly political, and has dinolved the
Catholic department of tho ministry. It
is said that ho is intriguing for tho estab
lishment of an orthoraoz Catholic party,
which is the name applied to tho oppo
nents of tho infallibilty of the pope, and
actually snpporting Dr. Dollinger, of Mu
nich, where the doctor, though excommu
nicated, has just been elected, by a voto of
51 to C, rector of tho university. It has
been announced by tho Ultrambnlano or
gnus that the state will treat as Catholics
thoso perjons who uro inhibiting tho re
jection of the infallibility dogma.
CHINESE EAhTEUN QUEST0N.
Tho steamer City of Limerick arrived
with advices from Washington with tho
statement that no official dispatches had
been received concerning tho Coreiin dif
ficulty, and that tho accounts hitherto
published are probably incorrect.
Tho Chinese eastern question may in
volvo war between tho western nations with
China, from which our government can
not escape Other nations aro interested
in the Coreiin problem as well as ours, but
the United States will not bo likely to
make war against tho Coreans without
co-oporation from otbor western powers.
THE WESTKIELD CASE.
The coroner's jury in tho caso of tho
Wcjtficld explosion, find that the accident
was caused by a dofectivo boiler and tho
carelessness of the engineer, and that tho
company aro responsible for both. The
coroner ha Issued a warrant for the arrest
ofthe president, superintendent and other
oiuccrs oi mo torry.
A inovomcnt Is in progress to start an
Amorican lino of steamers between this
tiort and Antwom. Air. C. W. Kleeborc,
S'.S. counsul for tlio liege, has lately arrived
in this city to mako arrangements to carry
out mo project.
DECISION BY THE COMPTROL
LEU 'OF CURRENCY.
Washington, August 1C, 1871.
THE COMPTKOLI.EU OF CURRENCY
has decided that tho national banks do
signatcd as depositories for tho now loan
aro not obliged to noiu a rcsorvo 01 tunus
paid to tho bank upon subscriptions, and
that tho loans aro doposited to tho credit
of tho United States government.
This ruling is approved by Iloutwoll, but
does not apply to any other govornmcnt
deposits. On tho 16th of .last March tho
lato Commissioner Plcasanton decided that
any writing, whothor culled receipts or
otliorwise, which contains contracts to con
tinue in forcoany policy of iniuranco which
stamp has not expired ia exempt from
stamp duty. Commissioner Douglas, on tho
10th inat., in a lettor to Collector Amos, of
Providence, Rbodolslaud, on this docision,
holds that any written contract mado In
tho form of a receipt or othorwiso which
renews or continues ft policy, rcquiros tho
same stamp as tho original policy, whotbor
tho renewal of the receipt is given beforo
or after tho oxplration of tho policy.
Washington, August 1C. -JJaromotcr
remains sensibly stationary at' (ho Rocky
mountains station and pacific stations, and
on tho aroa of high prcssuro lius ad
vanced into Minnesota, with a rising bar
ometor from central Lako Erlo to Missou
ri' and ' wostward. An area of low pressure
has dovolopcd over Lako Huron and has
advanced to east of southeast and is now
In castorn Now York. Tho baromotor af
tor rising considerably on Tuesday night
In tho gulf states, ia now again falling and
is lowor than it was yostorday. An area
of highest tjmporaturo oxtends this after
noon over Virginia and Tennessee. Local
storms aro now reported from Louisiana
and Texas, from Arkansas to Lako Onta
rio, and partially cloudy and threatening
weather, on tho middle and east Atlantic
coat't. Northwoiterly winds with cloar
weather prevail from .Illinois northoatt
and northwestward. South and southonst
winds bid gonorally reported from tho
Np matorittl chango probablo for Thuri
day on tho Gulf coast. Fulling baromotor
with cloudy wcathor, andlocalralns with
cloudy weather, will probably oxtond to
morrow over tho southern and mlddlo
"tatci. Area lowest prcssuro with attend
ant rain will probably pan over Massa
chusetts to-night. Fresh wlndi from south
west and northwest prmil from Now
York westward on Thursdayt
THE SITUATION JEN PARIS.
FEAUS THAT THE ARMY WILL
AND DECLARE McMAHON RE
GENT. THIERS HAS NO FRIENDS.
Tinr' ' CRISIS APPROACHING.
HEAVY TYPHOON AT KOBE.
FOUR HUNDRED LIVES LOST.
EXCITEMENT IN fAIIIS.
London, Aug.JS. Advices from Taris
say that tho city is In an excited situation.
Troublo is anticipated from various
To-day Is tho fele of Napoleon I. and
tho air is full of rumor thut
THE ARMY WILL ltlVOLT
against tho Versailles assembly, declare
McMahon regent and demand an Empire.
Peoplo uro leaving and a stumpedu is em
inent. Some believe that tho
Is ripo for acoupo d'etat, being pushed for
ward by tho proposition to mako Thiers
permanent executive, which it is fer:d
would -establish a govornmcnt not mon
archal. THIERS HAS NO FRIENDS.
Ho is hooted by republicans, royalists ond
The crisis is approaching.
Yokohama, July 23, via San Francis
co, August 15. A heavy typhoon at Kobe
on tlio -Hli instant caused tho loss of four
hundred lives. Several vcsicls woro
wrecked, including tho Pride of tho
Thames, the captain, two mates and tho
steward being drowned. Tho damage to
property is estimated at $500,000.
Tho Japancso govornmcnt announces tho
new system of national coinago of gold nnd
silver to correspond with tho Amorican
systom, tho ycu, or dollar being mint.
Tho steamships lircmcn and Donau
touched at Southampton, lircmcn, tho
Caledonean touched at Mouville, Florence.
Tho statements of tho Now York papers
in respect to tho finances of that city aro
subjects of news to-day. Tho trial of
Doiison, American, charged with scuttling
an English ship, reunited in tho conviction
of tho accused, who will bo sentenced to
Paris, August 16. Difficulties have
arisen In Borlin in respect to tho evacua
tion of four departments of France, ftill
held by tho Germans. Tho French gov
ernment has in conscquenco roftised to ad
mit Alsatian produco to tho French mur
kot till after tho German troops lenvo
France. Yestorday Rivet submitted a
proposition that tho prosldcnt communicate
with tho assembly in reference to tho
It is rumorod that tlie right wing of tho
Assembly offered tho Presidency of Franco
to Duke "do Aumale, and that ho refused
Rome, August 1G. Tho festival and ai
sumplion of tho blessed Virgin passed off
to-day with the customary ceremonies,
amid perfect tranquility, in tho Dome of
St. Peters. Many public and private
buildings woro Illuminated at night.
RAVAGES OF THE CHOLERA.
In Konigsborg, Prussia, on tho 11th
Inst., sixty-two persons wero attacked by
choloraand twonty-two died.
Tho meeting of tho emperors and their
advisors at Gastcn is generally regarded
as a pledgo of pcaco. Tho French pretend
to bo indifferent to tho meeting.
Provincial correspondence confirms tho
report that negotiations aro ponding for
tho complete, evacuation of France, but
affirms that tho provocation offered Ger
many by French newspapers endangers
tho pcaco of tho two countries. It adds :
"If tho Fronch oflor to mako oarly pay
ments, ond tho Indemnity aro fulfilled, nnd
thcro bo no inward disturbance of peace
ful relations, tho withdrawal of tho Ger
man forces from French territory wil
Florence, August 10. Gon.Gurribaldi
is vory ill! and his son Kicclotti lias boon
summoned to his bod side at Caprcru,
The assembly to-day ro-olecled Gurvoy
president of tho chamber.
Tho proposition to draw up a constitu
tion was rejected by tho assembly.
In tho court-martial to-day M. Lullico
denied ho had anything to dt witli tho as
sassination of prisoners or tho acts of tho
commune, or that ho had attempted to
innKo nimsoii dictator.
Tho prisoner appears much doprcsscd.
HOW THE KU-KLUX ARE KILL.
Little Rock. Aueust 1G. Tho Ronub-
llcau to-day, publishes u lettor from Con-
wuy county, stating that a body of armod
and disguised men wont to tho houso of
a colored man on tho 14th, shot his dog
nnd discharged their guns into tho house.
nobouy was nurt.
Another statomont savs that a difficulty
occurred between the road supervisor and
souio of his hands, but no particulars wero
NEW-YORK CENTRAL LEASES
THE ST. L. & FT. S. R. R.
St. Louis. Aueust 10. It Is ronorted
hero that arrangements Imvo been cunsu
mated between tho Now-York Central and
tho" St. LouU and Fort Scott roads, by
wiilcn tlio loruior tiiKos ft long leuso ol the
latter roud, agreeing to build and equip it.
anginccrH win uo immediately sent out
und contracts for gradiug and tlolng tho
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roau win uo maun at onco, tne promise, uu
ing glvon that cars will bo running in less
than twelve months.
THE FIREDAMP HORROR.
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE
CAUSE OF THE EXPLOSION.
Pittston, August 10 Tho Investiga
tion as to tho cauro of the mino disaster
will tako placo to-day or to-morrow. Tho
inspector states it as his opinion the
causo is In doubt whether It was caued by
tno lull in tlio adjoining passage. A ruts
ton and Elmlru coal company superin
tendent thinks the accumulation of tho
firedamp had bcon starting at soma unap
proachablo part of tho minu for sumo time
and tlio fall of coal forced tho gas upon
tho naked lamp, causing tho explosion,
throwing down un immenjo amount of
coal or rock, which disarranged tho pro
per working of tho nir wnys, on which
tho miners depended vitally. A statement
lias been mado tiint an inspection has
been mado either bv Inspector Ilclowitt,
mino Inspector, or hfs predecessor Nicho
las. Itelewltt frivs ho is anxious that a
thorough examination bo made, as thcro
aro various ways by which an explosion
may havo boon caused. Thoro is no ovi
donco that tho men tiled by tlio concussion
of air. Tho men when found did not pre
sent nny ovidenco of having survived long
nftcr tho explosion.
KILLED 15 Y THE CARS ACCI
Caicaqo, August 16. At Lona, Hli.
this morning, Geo. Fleming was thrown
from a freight car whilo in motion and was
run over, cutting one leg entirely ofl nnd
bady crushing tfie other. It is feared that
ho cannot live.
A gaino of basoball was played this af
ternoon between tho Olympic?, of Wash
ington, and White Stockings, of this city.
Roth clubs appeared In good season. Th'o
gamo resulted in a victory for tlio White
Stockings by a fcor"o of 12 to 11.
This finishes the championship series
in favor of tho Whito Stockings.
Whilo out hunting tiii? morning nt Gib
son station, on tho lino of the Michigan
Centrnl railroad, Geo. Itccinne, nyauiig
man of this city, wns instantly killed, by
an accidental discharge of his g' n. His
remains woro brought to this city.
THE RACES LARGE ATTEND
ANCE. Kalamazoo, Mich., Aug. 10. Tlio sec
ond day of tho Kalamazoo liorso meeting
commenced this morning with about 100
porsons in ationdanco. Thu first wns a
running race, two miles nnd repeat. Pre
mium $1,000. Won by J. Sampson's horse
Rlunk Iron in two straight heats. Regont
second time, 0:39 2-5. Second racu for 5
year olds, milo heats, ihrco in harness.
Premium, SI, 000. "Won by D. L. Dorscy's
Scllcadct Gold Dust, in straight hoa'ts.
Timo: 2:13j; Lll 1-0; 2:15 2-5. This nf
tornoon tho attendanvo was about 5,000.
Tho first rnco for douhlo tcums who hnvo
nover beaten 2:15. Purse, $1,000. Milo
heats, best thrco in five, Soven entries, nix
started. First heat won by Win. Edward's
Cleveland; timo 2:iCt; second, third und
fourth heats, and raco won by thu Pitts
burg team, Emporia and Hurry; timo,
2:68. 2:57. 2:50 2-5. Tho aocond raco for
n purso of f3,000, for horses that nover
beat 2:'u0, milo heats, best thrco in fivo to
harness, was won by Sleepy John, owned
by A. H. Trask. Independence, lowu, In
straight heats. Time, 2:30, 2:301, 2:28 35.
FOUND DEAD A MYSTERY.
Louisville, Auc. 1C A white man
named Cook, was found lying dead near
Ragland, on tlio Louisvillo and Lexlngotu
rauroau yestoruay. f Tom murus ol a gti:
shot wound on tho man's faco. It is evi
dent thut ho hud bocn killed with a shot
gun in tho hands of somo person supposed
to imvo been concealod in tlio Lushes.
Every effort is being mado to discover tlio
G O V E R NM ENT DET EOT I V ES
FEITERS. Cincinnati, August 10. Government
Detect! vq Thniw was ferreting out a band of
counterfeiters at (iiillapolis to-day, and ar
rested Reubon llaig, a dry goods clerk
employed there, and found counterfeit 50
cent curroiicy on his person,
Wherein, William It. Ilurkeiind Rosanna Iluilco
Ins u Ho, did on the '.'M duy of .lime, A. 1). n:,
execute Iheir certain morlKo or dceiiot trust
lo Islism N llaynieto seeuree.irtnm notes thert
In mentioned, hlcli deed of lrut wai duly ne.
kuouledgcd and n corded in book "!" panes a.'i.'I
and ill I in the recorders olllcn of Alexander coun
ty, Illinois, And therein, default has been made
In the payment of aald note. Now, therefore,
In accordance with tin provisions of aid deni
and by virtue of Iho poH.rs therein contained, I
will, on Friday, the latdnj of September, A. I.
1871, at the front door of tho court hmiso of Al
exHiider county, KUte ol Illinois, nt y o'clock if
said day proceed to sell thu fnllauliiu c.cilbed
propel ty, situate lylnjr, Intlim ity of C.ilro, to-Hlti
lits numbered teventeen (17 1, eighteen (IM,
nineteen llt) in Mock llltydour (fill, in the same
uas earned to be platted and recorded by .Messrs,
Tajloriuid D.tvls, tho aaine buinit ile.crilied in
sld deed ot trust, for cash In hand In Ihe hixhcat
bidder, and villi execute In tho purchaser or pur
chasers ailceJ for the sumo.
( KLIZAIUITII (J. IIAVNIi:,
Administratrix lor Ishnm N. Ilavmo
July '.Nth, 1S71. muwoM.
t'ur. Nlli-Ht. uiitl 'iniin'reliil-HV.
OV Indies' and children's hair cut und alinm
poocd, either nt tho ahop or at their own homes
arGeMlemon'nwliWUcrs aad hair dyed in a
clonllUg manner, tjidlsliiclinn Kirnleeil.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Orleans, August 10.
,:0UU-t,uU nl lowon XX C.2C;
CORN (Julot; mixed 00(ao7c.
OATS Firm at 1960c.
HAY Firm at $35.
IIRAN Firm nt 1.10.
PORK Dull and nominal at $14.50.
I1ACON Woak at 7iB28,c.
SUGAR I2lc, choico 125c.
WHISK V Unit ct 00c$l.
COFFEK-tfulot at 1-.J0.5-Jo.
Ciiicaiio, August 10.
PORK Easier. Salos $12.25 Septem
ber j S12.00 ono year. Other products
quiet and nnminaly unchanged.
WH ISK Strong and saleable at 8!c.
St. Louis, Aug. 10.
FLOUR Dull: fall superfine, 1.00.
WHEAT Steady; No. 2 rod fall In
elevator. SI. 15.
CORN (inlet; Xo. 2 mixed in elevator,
OATS Quiet: mixed In elevator No.
' RYE Steady.
I1ARLEY Quiet; Minnesota, 00.
PROVISIONS Rather easier feeling
with onlvjobbing and order sales.
ti . .tvf r. i . - l . nt - 1 1 -. .1 .
i.vvu.i uicar siucs, oj , ruuuu iuv urv
salt clear sides yesterday after change, Of.
Cincinnati, Aug. 10.
FLOUR Stoudy und nominal, S3.10
WHEAT Steady nt 5U231.13.
CORN Dull at 51c.
OATS Steady nt 3lQ38c.
RYE Unchanged and steady.
AVIIISKY Advanced to S9c.
MESS PORK Dull and price nom
inal; SI 2.50 arked.
LARD Nomina! tit Jc.
HULK MEATS Dull and lower;
sales of shoulders at -l;(ji,5i', and of clear
rib side at CJc.
UACON Sold to a fair extent to cover
short contructs at OjQ'jc, and 7c for
shoulders, clour rib and clear rib sides, but
the market Is now weak and but few
HUTTER Dull and drooping.
I l III.I. KIA1T
AT IIARCI.AYs' KRUO STORE.
Fuuu .Sct-riv, Uilt-V.
MOCKING Itntl) FOOD
all (iiRAiitQmn fsr;iriion; tmovblk
j j i: u m ii ci 1. 1) 'g
IAPE ( CATAWllA ) rt fORAPE ) PI
CATAWllA l.i GRAPE
It APE (.CATAWllA ) J,' (.GRAPE ) PI
AMI ALL Ol'
11 1'. I. .11 II O I. ! 'N M r. II I CI X EN
FMH FROM FIRST HANDS,'
Always In stock In largo supply, and for alo b
It iircl a y Urns,
FEESH BXiTJE LICK
J U M T r i: C K I V K II
I'orNnlohy llioJluss ,llolll oi-Uiillou
SitS'E.vtra Fink Cologne;
tstgknuini: i.mportkp extracts ;
Ofiy-H air, Tooth and Nail' Huushes;
BSy-lNPiA Ruiiiikr Nursery Goo-
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH .INC.
llest grades lu largo stock and vu
ilety, vety elieapi
Full Link of Colors,
wo l oil. i
Paint Ilritshes, Linseed Oil,
Whiteash I' .isli.ii. Turpentine,
Viirn sliei F.tc. etc,
ALL MMIS AMI STMIMIU qi'ALITILS
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
'I ho Foity.Tlilrd Annual Hesalon of tho
Will open on Monday Bept. Illi, '71
Tills lii tho only Institution ofl.earnidg in the
west, liaviug leu established In The course
of Htndlea otlers every facility for acpilrlcg a
thoroiigh Clasaicol and (.'otiiinerolal education.
CataloguuH containing Instrtictiom to narenls
and ful particulars, will Voaeutiinapdllcatlon to
Rrv. S. II. HTUNTKIIECK. 8. J.
President, St. Loult t'nlversity,
' Governor, John JI. Palmer;
Llcul'iuint-Oovtrnor, John Dougherty i
Sosretary of State, Rlwaid Hummel -,
Atditor of Stale, C. E, I.ipplncottj
Btr-.to Treasurer, E. X. Rates ;
Supurnbllo inntruutlon, Newton Cateman.
Pcnatora l.yman Trumbull ami John A . Logan.
Ileprientatlvd far theSiate nt Large Vacancys
Itepreaentatlvo Thirteenth District John M
MEM HERS GENERAL ASSEMHLY.
Senators, It District T. A. K. lloloomh, of
Union, and S. K. Glbon,of Oallatin.
I'.epresentatlve, 1st I)iitrlct-ll. Watson Webb."
COU NT Yo"fF IC El W.
Judne 1. J. Hiker, of Aloxander.
I'roseciitiii Altorney .1. K. McCartney, of
Circuit Clerk Jno. (J. Ilarm.in.
Slicriil-A. II. Irvin.
Win. Martin, Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Dross.
Associates J.'.K. McCrlfr and Hi jrarchlldon.
Clerk Jacob (1. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Oossman.
Mayor John M. Insden.
Treasurer J.U. Taylor.
Comptroiler V.. A. llurnctij
Clerk Michael Iiowley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Altorney I'. il.I'opc.
l'ollco Magistrates F. llross and II. Uhan
ne.ay, Chletol Police I,. II. Myers,
l'olicn Constables John Bhehani (daj), and
Jos. 11, Vclrrun ami J.NV. Sumner, (night.)
Mayor John 31. Lansden,
First W'ard-I'. O. Sshuh. :
Second tfanl C. I!. W oodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. Staats Taylor.
Cityat-1-trj.e W. P. Hallid.iy and D. Hiird.
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
FIRST WARD Jamea Bearden,
ECO NDWAItD-ll. U.iCunnlnghaiii,
TUII1D WAP.D Win. Stratton,
FOUItTH WAItD-James Carroll.J
Time of Meeting.
Tho City Council meets In Joint session on
Friday evening preceding tho first Monday of
The Select Council meets on tho Itrst Wednes
day and Thursday, alter tho second Monday iu
1IOAHH or ALtitasiis.
l'lie Board of Aldermen meets on the tin
Monday and Tuesday In overy month.
COMMITTEES OF Til K COUNCIL.
On Slrtets Messrs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
Wood and Metcalf.
)rn(ii(ie-Messrs. Cunningham, Scliuh, Fitiger
aid, Scaio and Hallid.iy.
CTainis Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Klcb.
fWice owl Jail Messrs. Carroll, lludcr anil
Ordinance Messrs. Seivsc, Walder and Taylor,
'ire Dqiarfrntnl Messrs. llearden, Swayno and
JIarkcti Jlessts. Scliuh, Winter und Klcb,
Printing Messrs, Woodward, Swaynoand Iluder.
finance Sfessrs. Httrd, Stratton andMctralf.
JJtxinl cf Health The Mayor, and Messrs. Hear
deo, Winter, titration andCairoll.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a; and 7 r. x.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7K i: h.
Sunday School, 3 p. m. J. M. Lansden, Super
intendent, llev. C. II. Foote, Paster.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eighth ami Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Sabbath 10J$ a. m., and 7 r. M.
Prayer mecllng, Wednesday, 7i r. v.
Sunday School ,3 r. m. L. W. Stllwell, Super
intendent. Rov. F. L. Tnoxrso.v, Pastor.
CIIUHOU OF THE ItEDEEMEU-(Kpiscopal)!
Slornlng prayers, Sabbath 10j a, m.
Sabbath School, 'J a. m.
ltcv. Mr. Covn, Rector.
ST. PATRICK'S CllURCH-Cor. Ninth St. and
Publlo Service, Sabbath S and inJ . x.
Vespers, 3 r. M.
Sunday School, 'J r. m.
feervico every day, 8 p. vi.
llev, P.J. O'H.llobis-, Priest.
CIIIII3TIAN Elghlcenth street.
Sabbath School, u A. u., Sabbath.
Preaching, Sabbath llitj a. m., and 7, p. x.
Ilov, J. Kuuxn, Pastor.
MISSIO.V SUNDAY SCHOOL In tho Christian
Church, Eighteenth Street. Babballi Scnool 3
.1. II II.... .
V'OUNH MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Ife-
illar meeting second Monday each month at thn
Prayer room of tlio Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7JJ r, at
Hie Prayer room of tho Preshyterlati church.
C. I'AUSO.SS. I'realdenl.
AFRICAN M. II. Fourteenth St. between Walnut
Services, Sjbhath, 11 A, v.
Sunday School, 1J p. m.
Class 3 r. m.
Preaclunir.TVI l. m. Rev. Win. Jarkson. Pa.Iap
SECOND FREE-WILL 11 APTIST Fifteenth SI.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbslh, ) and 3 p. m.
llev. N. Kicks. Pastor-.
FREE-WILL UAPI'ISTHOME MISSIUW hUN.
DAY SCHOOI. Corner walnut and cedar ct.
Rtlodav SlplnAiil . 1 kl.
FIRST FREE WILL 1IAPTIST CHUIICU-Cur-
Services, Habbith 11 a. m.,3 p. w. and 74 r, m.
Rev. V. Kellky. Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY RAPTIST CllUnCH-Uet.
teil UI mm lull .live,., urni v,vuttr.
Pr.U'hlii( Sabbath l)j A. u..nnd 7)i r, x.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Pieaehliig, Friday evening.
S.ihliatli . hool, yt ; u, John Van llaxtei arid
Mary Mephens Superintendents.
Uoy. T J.Suoats, Pastor,
PARKER & BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTYJ 4
WALL PAPER.WINDOW SHADES
l5 OHIO LEVBE,
OOOKS, pAinphteii, hr'eta, catalogues, news.
LJ paper, tax lists, and evry variety of eiten.
alvo prmtiug coutraotod for, nd protnjtlr tod
ipewfily executed, In the DultotJa book, lobi
and newspaper Miadlna Ut)li.bma,