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JOHi H. OBEttLY & CO.,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
The mo.t Scccksskul Life I.si;iiance Corporation or tiik bawk aoe in
N 0 S TOOK H O L I) K ICS T
A MOUNT OK POLICIES IN Folli'K DEC. 31,
Total Ixcomkio Same Date
Net Increase or Risks in Fowk, 1870,
The InrKrat Xrl Iniruim- ilurlui; I lit- yrnr 1H70 or miy 4'mBassy Iss f he Wsjrlrt
Gross Increase or RlsKs in Force, 1870, .... f30.327.730 00
Only two Companies in iliu wmld exceed this gross Increase during I "70.
,Ih. ""'r Company which ttinante. , n (bartered riKlil. Hi nrlnelple of IICAI. INVEHT
IKNTa l.-H KACII hTATK, In proportion In Its riemliiui or lt-Iniiraticn Fund.
The only Company which, by Its charter, gives -t.CII HTATK A HKI'I(IKNTATIVK IN TIIK
JIliMB llUAllUOl- bTHKCTOIM. ' . :
O-EDtTER-A-Xi OFFICE, .ST. lOTTX, 3vEO. '
JAM KS II. HUITTON, Piestdcnl.
Hrnkv W. Houoh, Vice l'rcaident. Felix Costk, Supt. Missouri Dept.
Wm. Hanlkv, .Secretary. John N. Pritciiarh, Treasurer.
0. F. IIurnks, Atlornny. K. L. Lemoine, M. D., Mod. Officer.
Hon. Wm. JIarnes, Consulting Coutuel Ami Actuary.' '
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UKl'A IITM KNT.
K. P. IIcrlinoiiam, Malinger. ' ' i ' i
caieo b:r..a.:n-c:e-x board.'
The lollowlng named gentlemen hold or rontr-l l,ii In.iiisncc noli, In the Life. Association
of America, j .
1'. W. Harci.av, Ciiak Gai.iiiiikr, John H. OncRLr,
II. W. "Weiiii, J. M. Phillips, Wm. Morris,
II. II. Caxdee, CMIannv, T. J.Kkrth, , '
John Antrim, 1.. ti. IIrkiham, W. S. Edsox.
Paul U. .Sciiuii. .
I.em oar Italr mid I'lnn i,for- joii Insure In nny other t'oroaaajr.
LOCAL AGENTS. .. ,
Cabl Ii. Thomas, W. T. Kitrtxir.
ii it y
CLOSIZLSTG- OTJT AT COST !
The piilllc are l.i rehy notilKil lliat tin- lorgp nnl'rniifiiiifcrt)t ulrck of j
BOOTS, SHOKS, HATS, (JAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
!i longmic to tlir otatr-of the l'e ' .
"WILL J1E SOLI) AT COST
AT THE OLD STAND, COltNKK SIXTH STMKKT AND OHIO LEVEE
cairo, - - - - iiiiiiisroie.
t MKN. NCOTT WIIITK.
BUILDINGS FOR SALE.
t wlllifll it public tale nn SsturJtj- llicSCthdiy
of AURUntat 3 o'clock p.m.. nit, ilif ImiII IIdk",
hd D(1 outtinuiM filiated on the north.Hmt
comer of Wuhlnnton-aealJ, and Kiflh-Mn-M,
Cairo, koawo MoKenile'n luniLr ofllce. Irn
rnNtliK pooaeeaion will I gtt n. Trrm, one
half cuh, aotltb balance Id 8 month); note with
apprOTed aMurity and Intfrcit at ten pr cent,
will b required.
If the property laaold at pritat rale lefore
tho da, name notice of aurh nkwlllt ciinln
the Bulletin. JOHN (j. HAIOIA.N,
Cairo, Aur. 1,1871. diJ
Tho ttocVholdert ol the Knterprho SaTlnit"
Bankol Cairo ure herclir noMflod that an cIm tion
plllte held at tho City national Hank on Mon
lay, Beptemlr 4th, fur thA election of aemi di.
rectors. Folh open from ten to twelve o'clock
a.m. UiLTtk HtiLor,
OTlOE ii horeby Riven, that ical'.l pinbotaU
will Im received at mv utllce. until UoV'lock.
M.,'of Saturday , the SCttt day of AukuI, leTl. tor
IM Iuuuing 01 a uriuije arcai i,acne ntcr, oppu.
nte the old town of Unity, according to lni and
peclllmtlons now c.n file In tny otticc, in the City
I'arllea hlddlDR will nubmit the same lt. I nr
II cull in hand, ftl. For l'ui in l'lilmki county
lwnil, and 3fO In pertonul BUlierltlon, mule
In aid of thelmildiDKof aiil bridge, anil ituaran.
tevl by I'ulaakr county ; the balance c.i.li In
The contractor will le required to complete
said bitdirc on or beforo the lt day of January,
lt'i, to th nattKfaction of the County CourtK of
Alexander and l'ulaakl countlea, rurnent will be
inade on completion of tho work.
JACOII O. LYNCH,
Aug. Ifth, 19T1, County Clerk Alexander Coi
Notice la hereby given that, whereas, William
J. Yost did, on the tenth day of March, A. I).
imw, by hl certain chattel tnorl Rape convey to
Brli 0. KellOitK, the two nlory brick atnre
houae aituated on lot nutnU'r nix CJ, in
black number twtnty-flve ('Jl), in tho city ol
Cairo, county of Alexander and state ot IllinoU,
totcether Willi the leaaehold of naid bit, running
until the lit day ot January. A. l. 1174, with all
tht appurtenances thereunto belonging to recure
the rijruett ot a certain promlssary note bear
ing eran date therewith, given by raid William
.it IMtto'Mld Haraht) Kelloga; for (be Kum ol
Iwenly.three hundred dollars (f'i,3u0), payable
one year alter tlie date thereof. And, whcreaii,
dafaalt b4s been mado In the payment ol n part
of said note, to secure tho payment whereof raid
anortgafewaa executed. 1, theunderaigned, II.
Watsosj Webb, attorney for said Hirah 0. Kellogg,
suortaaaM, lll under and by virtue of the pow.
Hataorit contained ta said mortgage, 'on
omdy. tn Mtb dsy ot September, AA Ml,
ilweeu the, hour of 10 o'clock a.m. and u
o'clook'P.m. said day, at the prcmlstn, pro.
d to (Wl at pabl io sale, 10 Ihe highosl Mdder,
lor cash in uaid. tho above descrliwd houno uud
Isase. to satisfy tho amount due on said nule,
' ' ' ' 'II. Watson Wrati;
Attornej lor Sarah U. Kfllogg, Jlortgnguc.
' ' PUBLIC NOTICE.
WheMlswiltlam 1U Bnrke and Rosanna llurko
toswife. 14 '9 Kd day of June, A. l.lfcia,
executs their certain mortgage or deed ol trust
lo Shm N. Hynleto secure corulii notes thorc
taieDtioned, which deed of trust was duly Ac.
inowlsdged and recordcdln book "D 'pages 3JJ
IndSM InUie recorders otHee of Alexander coiin
7. Illinois. And whereas, default has been ijivlo
In the payment of said uoles. how. thereto; e.
Inafcordance with Ike provisions of said deed
and by virtue of tho powers therein contained. I
wlll.on Friday, the 1 da, of September, A. 1 .
1HI. at tho frontdoor of tn court house of Al;
Ix.idi county. 8tteol Illinois, at a o clock ff
Midday proceed to sell the. fpllouing described
property.eituaU) lying In the city of Cairo, lo.wl :
LoU numbered seventeen (17), elghteon (18),
nineteen (10) In block. fifty-lour (81), as the snmo
was caused to be platted and recorded by Messrs,
Taylor sad' Davis, the saiilo being deaurlbc.l in
aald deed ot trusl, for cash In bsnd to the hlglien
bidder, and will execute' to the purchaser or pur.
0. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
XK8IDBNCE-comerNintlt and Walnut U.
Kfeeorner Sixth street and Ohio levee.
(J A I! S 0 R H P It 0 V I T S,
. 3.07 1,788 80
o o i .
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordinance to prettnt the running at
large of coic and goat, and or other
BV. it ordained by Ihe City Couoeil of tho City
sicnox 1. Tluit it shall not Ihi Uwlul lor any
Koat to run at large, within the limits of the said
City of Cairo: and any person being the owner of
an) goat, or having charge or control of the same,
im agent or otherwi, who shall permit eueh, goat
to ruu at large. In anv street, avenue, or public
ground ol said city, shall forfeit and pay ta (ltd
oily a aum uot less than five dollars, uor more
than twenty five dellars, for each and every
Hie. 'i. All the provisions of an ordinance, en
titled "Ad Ordinance to restrain' hogs from run
ning at larye within lh limits of th Oity," and
numbered 113, be and the ium &re hereby re.
enacted and inade a part ot this ordinance, ( .
Hie 3. It shall not bo lawful for anroow. coat.
horse, mule, ox, bull, aheep, or swine, to wear a
bell wllhln the limits of said city; and any person
being the o tier of any of said animals, or paving
ennrgo 01 ine same as agent or oincrwisr, wiio
shall permit them or any of them, to wear a tell
within the limits of said city, shall forfeit and
nay to said city a sum not less than fire dollars,
nor more than tweuty.flve dollars, for ea:H ami
every oueucc ; an.), in addition, ten dollars for I
each and every day niich animal shall continue I
to west such Loll lifter the Hist conviction for '
such ousnce under tins ordinance frovlded,
however, that the wearlng'of any bell hy, any
horse or mule, when in harneis and attach, d to
any vehicle, ahsll not be considered a violation
ol this ordinance.
Approved, JOHN M. I.ANSDEN.
M. J. llowtiv, City Clerk.
August 1'Jtli. 171.
ORDINANCE NO. 122.
ylrt Ordinance to amend Ordinance A'o. 40,
and or other purposes. ,
BK It ordained by the City Council ot Ihe City
of Cairo- '
butiom 1, That said Ordinance No. 40, bo and
the same I, hereby amended, by adding at the end
ol the first section, Ihe words "or any tin, Irou
or wooden box, pin, pot, can, bucket, pipe, hoop,
or any description of earthen, glass, crockery, tin
or wooden ware whatsoever i or any old boot,
slov, hat, rags, or clcthing; or any tree or hush,
or portions of the same; or any old lumbar,
shavings, straw, manure, hay, grass, vegetables,
garbage, rubbish, orotlni, or slops from dwelliug
houses ; oranyotlenslve, foul, or nauseous liquid
or substance provided the provisions of this or
dinance shall not apply to any building material,
merchandise, or articles that may be temporarily
deposited on the streets or avenues, to be used or
remoied; nor to any vrgotah'.ea, oflal, or garbage,
placed in a box or barrel at the side of the street,
lor rmiuvali and provided, also, that If any earth
or nshes are deposited In the streets or avenues,
I hoy shall lie spread evenly over the surtace ol the
middle oftno tame.
tin-. 2, It shall not be lawful for any periton or
persons to permit any slops, orfou'.cffeusive Or
nauseous liquid or substance to be discharged, or
tluw or pais from or out ot any premises occupied
by him. her nrthnm. Intn anv atreel or nvnnllp.
f in.' nnjr 'U"c,"t premises ; and overy persorr
" niu provisions or inn section snail ior
Ii ,n',,,l'J, to 'he nald city a aum not less than
five dollars, nor more than fifty dollars, for each
and every otlcnce, and ten dollars a day additional
ror cacti and every day after conviction, under
this ordinance, he .he or they shall permit such
violation of this soclon. -
.J?!?'' H' U "'l",11 ?? ,ne dl"T of h" c'r Comp
roller to proyldo tho means for removing from
the front of all houses In tho city all vegetables'
and dry kitchen oftal, of every description, pro
ylded the same i, placed In boxes or barrels, a d
filnccd in corveniout locations In front of aald
louses, before the time fixed for such removal ;
anil that such removal shall lie mado, from the
first day ef December to the first day of March,
once n week from the first day of March to tho
urn mi) ouuni'. unn iroin trie nrsi nay or Bep.
tember'to the Hist day of December, twice, in
each week and from the first day ot Juno Id tno
nrt aay ui oeiieiiiiHr, six nays in earn week ;
and tint notice shall bo given t')",ald Comptrol
ler of tho time of such removal,, by publication,'
in the newspaper publishing the' ordinances of
tho city, nny arrungement made hy tho Comptrol
ler for tho purpose uuovo siiccllled, lo bq by him
reporlvd to tho City Council, lu Joint session con
vened, for approval by them. ,
Approved.' 1 .IOIIN M. I.ANfel)KN, Mayor.
Attest, W. J. How uttf, City Clerk.
Aug, 10. 1871.
BOUKrJ, pamphlets, briefs, catalogues, news,
piinors, tax lists, snd evry variety of estcn
aio lirmllug contracted for, and promylly and
rieedily executed, in the Bulletin, book, job, I
aud newspaper Vising ssUUisluneiit,
Reported eapeelally.ror thti t'alra.Bal
Irtln. Ten kanra In sulwanee of Nt.
Nrw-Yohk, Aug, 21-OOLD-112J.
DECISION BY THE COMMISSION
ER Or INTERNAL REVENUE .
NEWS i KHOM' THE ASIATIC
AVahhinoton, D. Cm August l. Com
mlultmcrintaraalvroreaae 'says he 4aa't
cotijr)r evory case of I m perfect caacJ6lla
tion of toba'cco 'ilarnps pro'wr eau'itT for
seizure of. goods in Laii'di of purcbtuori,
but aliould consider. it xumub for prooeillni,
agalmt any manufacturer of tobacao or
cignri who would knowingly ami pcrjiiit
ently continue to plnco his goodi Iri biar-
Ket, not properly cancelled "J law andjrog
ulatloni Tcaalrc, or 10 Impcrfcctlvcancelled
bi to render It perfectly eaiy to romoro
those stamp and uto tlicm aisecond time
on othor packages ; but package of to
bucco, where all mark und brands) are
gvrio which aro roquitlte for' Identification
can properly bo utou, and owner or pressor
requireu to lurnitu requisuo eviaence that
tax has been paid, or failing, such tobacco
Full o fScial report liava been received
at the navy department from Aiitctlo
floot, giving detail second, day' engagb
mont with Corean fort, do not differ aab
stantlally from those already published.
Gen. Sb.crmAn.wUl leave for tho North
to-morraw, and bo absent about five wok.
' . CoTcarAadvicaceompaiedbyaphoto
graph, showing tho aituationt or tho fleet,
and the scenery ,v(bcre operation were
conducted arid the condition of tho forts
after tho capture, wcro rent to the war de
partment to-day for Inipcction. ,
r t Aoe,Mcrrgan posiaiiepsrurioiil navq no
lflwl our pottoflice'departdont that tho
following places in Alsace and Lorraine,
embraced In the former Hit a German
town, by definito treaty of peace With
Trance; remain poMealon of Franco. Let
tori to tbeso placos will therefore bo pan
(idered a French letter and come under
previou pottal arrangement with Ger
many. BoHast, AJaaosjjIJcaucourt, Aliace;
Ball Uouroguo, Alsace; Urecmfantklne,
Alsace; Inney, Andre, .Kisioires, Datton
rod, Dalle, Aliace; Glrogmany, AUace;
An, Dei Belli, Lorraine; Wolhen, Kappe
tln, La Chappfclle, Lou liougemont,- Al
GEN. McCOOK REP011TED DE
RANGED. HE WILL PROBABLY WITH
DRAW FROM THE TICKET.
Louisville, Aug. 25. Tho Courier-
Journal of to-morrow publishes a letter
from a correspondent at Cincinnati, 'which
says n rumor prevails there that Uen. Me
Cook, tho democratic candidate for govern
or of Ohio, will bo compelled to withdraw
from tho ticket, as ho has from tho can
vass. It i said ho was partially de
ranged, and that bis speeches nt Flymoath
Tii Chillicothe gavo color to tho roport.
It further ays: Should McCook with
draw, 'an 'effort will bo mado to induco
Gcn.JJvdug.tQJUikD.hJi place, hut there are
doubt of succeii.
The scUddltboArtfortbls'cHy decided, to
night, to build a new female high school
building on tb'd lite of tbe present one. - It
is to be ono of tho finest buildings in the
membe'fB'of the ktehtlflc asioclatlon
now in setiion In Indianapolis will bo
iti'$w' Alblny on .yTiUnoaclay and in
iuis civv on i nursuny. a meeting or citi
zens will bo held to-morrow, to mako ar
rangements for their reception and enter
tainment. They will probably visit the
Mammoth Cavo, on an Invitation from tbo
.uoutsviiio and ftainvillo railroad.
K. W. McNcer. formorlv of Covlnetnn
Ky. was arrested here, tolay, and ent to
Shelby ville, on chargo of iwindling a num
ber or people of that placo out of icvoral
thousand dollar each.
ST: LOUIS. '
DESPERADO KILLED AT IIAR
Sf. Loiris,' August' 21. l(ho Now York
Agricultural loxcursion j party (abandonod
their trip td Iron' Mountain arid Pilot
Knob, and will leavo for homo this
Tho Democrat ha an account of a ter
riblo doable murder committed in liar
risonvillu, Cuss county, this state, last Sat
urday. Tom Sablno, a notorious charac
ter and an m -bush whacker, who lived a
short distanco from Harrisonvillrf, went
into town, got crazy drunk, and set law
jind pfdcr.at dflHacco llo.Untilrcd a ro
volTar at a man work in u' on a now build-
ing,.but. without' effect.-)iThert ho went in-,
to a lawyers omce ona mot at
an bid ' mant named ' Bullon, but
wjthout offoct. Subioquontly ho travorsod
tho awning 'in front' of wholesale store,
brardlih(og his plitol, polled through tba
teco'nd' ttory window Into tho mayor's
office, and descended into tbo street, w'horo
a posio oftcitizerliihad formed, who woro
called upon by. tho city manual to arrest
him. llo flrcd ifitq tho crowd, mortally
wounding a man named Ilayncs. Two or
threo shots woro horo 'fired at Sitbino with
out effect. Tba desperado! thon walked to
Httilon's drug itore, where ho shot Mr.
jJullon. hitting.hlm abovotho eye, the ball
entorlng tho brain killing him almost In
stantly. Two "dr 'three moro shots woro
then tlrod at Snbino without effect j but as
kturneaVyojind, Uiblwlrfhbl stopped into
street rind tired a chargo of buckshot into
his fuco. iSabine attempted lo roturu flro,
but boforo ho could tako,aim with his re
volver a load of buckshot from iamo gun
was tired into hit body,when' tho murdaror
foil and died in about twenty minutes. Sa
bino's conduct created tho utmost exclto-
menti but whon it wu known tho rufflaa
w aeaa an mre wlletw una gratified,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST
TRIAL OF ASI, TIIECOMMUNIST.
received hr fnrilrrn mtftti lsftinmn Inter-
eting dotal) of the trial of tho coramtino
prlidnen now In progros at ycrt allies.
At the examination of Ail tho follqwlng
calllquory took place :
ine presmoni laid to Ail, "you gave tno
Iecomto and Thomti on the 18Ui of
"It ii false," replied Aii.
"Worn vnu not rhinf nf tho ccrnmiinn
gklnit the government?"
"Yci," Aia Al."
..m ' . . ....
" i ou aiiackaa u anu wo acccpioa tno
iftftlo; and veil votod fr)r tho inauacro
Tes.1' awaln wst (its Arm rnnlv idw..
;cius, whfan at war, it Is necessarv to ro-
anrt In ra4llatlnn 11
it-S,ttFPun'';'ofi Mlsu'on ould
W.aUUtlptly. beard among tho audience.
Wit,Aj onlyjrniltd dlidnfnfully.
Xba pre4ldcntajkuV'lwI)y dklyou'puy-r
'eriao flrpln coal. You wished to burh"
jVA'wn TV. ..If m.. ' .... . .
uuwi. imii. mg accuseu reioru!Q Dy
'bbtervlnjj thil thov (tho troops) had
unuo wunv uy unng (ixplosiVO IholU
It Is Infamous and crool to tho public."
Tho tirosectitor. fcrrAatlr mnnv
made requisition ror petrolouni'."
" It wu necoary not td.do o," replied
Anl. "The fort were'fuir'or It."
In hnaurnr tn a nnnallnrVnf tlin tirn.T.lAni
Alii did not sum tn Henv hta affillnilnn n
tho Internatlrtitat anfllnttf. Tfa .Imliln.l l.n
wa a member 6f tho control 'committco.
noil a rreo maspnj Ho was at tho central
committee on th 10th of March, but was
not at Hue Do Hotlines,. and he know
noiuing ot me execution ol tienorali Tho
mas and Lecompto. Aasl-wont on to say
vuav uu usu.uui oucticu VUU IBWSOl tTOHBI,
but Ihould blmielf. have executed thorn.
uu n bq aaia tnu toe only way lo save
their brttbrbn at Vprsailic waa to threat
en an eyo lor aneye.tooth ror a tooth. The
President exclaimed. "Vnn bawn "
threo eye fdr 'one oye." "I havo never
signet ,tnq uccreo ior puinng aown tno
vendomo column." Htlll ho admitted he
had not Protested aralnst It and now
thought of resigning on that account.
inu norrtoio aouiu wnicti are brought
to light at the trials created tho profound
est indignation among the French public.
Paris. Aue. 21 Thn h,iA
loner agreed on a salary for Thiers at
60,000 franc with credit in addition for or
dinary expenses, and tho French bill pro
viding far thfl. diasnlnttrtn nf ihnnfituni
iembiy will soon bo brought forward.
The deputio of tho left are prapariig n
maaifott to demand tho restoration of tho
constitution of 1818.
Madrid. Aiii. 91 ThnM
ha beon reduced to 2,084,000 piaitros.
TRAGEDY AT MONTGOMERY
KILLED IN A COAL MINE.
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE, ETC.
Ciiicaoo, August 21. T. Summor waj
killed by lire-damp in a coal mine four
milos esst of Princeton, Ills., yoiterday
On Saturday, at Kod Oak, Montgomery
county, Iowa, O. J. Cowdy wont intu tho
houio where his divorced wife was staying,
walked up to her and without saying u
word, shot her dead. Ho thon walked
into the yard and discharged tho contents
of throo barrels into his own head and in
stantly expired. IIo wns under thu Intlu
enc of liquor.
Thomas Humphrey was killed by u train
of cars on the Jacksonville rood, near
Bloomlngton, Ills, Satujday night. He
got drunk, laid down on tho track, neor
his residenco, went to sleep, aud when ho
awoke, found himself doad, tho cars having
assod ovor, and horribly mangling, his
Mrs. Mary Hammond, wife of A. L.
Hammond, engineer nt the office of tho
Chicago Republican, employed a a teach
er in Lincoln school, attempted suicide
yoiterday morning by shooting hursolf
wtin a revolver, nor injuries aro serious
and sho will probably dio. No reason is
assigned for tno docd. Kvcry effort has
been mado by tho' friends of tho lady to
keep thu affuir secret, but it leaked out in
somo manner. -
Jas. Hail, of tho Michigan Southern
railroad, was instantly killed this morning
at tho 12th street crossing, by being
crushod to death between two cars. Ho
leaves a wife aud throo children,
Dr. G. K. Prentiss, of Now York, litis
given ofllclal notification he will accept
tbo chair of Theology in Proibyterinn
Tuoalogical Sominarv of the northwest at
Chicago, to which ho was clectod by tho
Presbyterian gonural assombly in Mity
ST. JOE, MO.
STEAMER FONTAINELLE SUNK
A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR.
St. Joe, Mo., Auguit III. Steamer Fon
talnelio itruck a snag, near Amazonia, nt
8 pi m., and at last accounts was slnkinir
rapidly. Tho .cargo, consisting of grain,
win prouaniy do saved.
A wacon Passed nn Vrndnrick nvonuo.
topped in front of drug store, and ono of
tno two men in it called for neip. ino
other got but, told tho druggist his com
panion was aick and wanted somo niedi
clno. He then took tho team and disap
peared. Tho siclc man was carried In tho
storo, and after suffering torrible agony
for twenty minute?, oxpircd.
INDEPENDENT ORDMIl OF RED
MEN. PlTTouuitu, Aug, 21. Tliu independent
oonvontion of tho itodnioii will bo held In
this cjty, commencing on not'. Thursday.
Ono buudrod delegates from various part
of .tho.unton have already nrrivod, Jnnd
woro entf rtalnel at a picnic to-day.
GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR IN
DICTED FOR MANSLAUGH
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE OF DR. II.
T. II ELM BOLD.
Nr.v York, Auguit 21. A special dis-
fatch from Long llrancli, slalos that Dr.
I. T. Holmbold itttcmpted to ihoot him
self, His faco only wns injured, and ho
was carried bleeding to his hotel.
ono cf tho convicts that oscanod from Sing
Sing prison on tho Dean Richmond, was
arrested In Chatham street, to-day, nnd
will bo sent bnck.
VKKDICT or MANHLAUOItTKK.
Tho coroner's Jury, In tho enso ff O. K.
Willfanif, killed by the cxnlosl ,i of the
boilor of tho tug-boat G. II. .tarbuck,
brought in n verdict of tnrJ ilnughter
against B. Clark Btrotton, Un d States
boiler inspector; also ngainsttl e engineer,
O. K. II. Mills. WarrunU wtj lituod for
tho arroat of Milla and Stratton,
starts from this city, Soptombor 4tli, to do-'
liver ocricultural and miacellanoous ad
dresses in certain western citios wharo ho
has boon invited tospenk.
Richard Cook, of Wlllinmsburc. com
plained that hlmielf and family woro vea
torday poisoned by eating blue fish, 'l'lio
poison notod liko strychnine, and tho cuso
Is a novel ono. It bus excited :onsidorablo
Tho atcumahip Kussin, from Liverpool,
NEWPORT, R. I.
REGATTA CONTEST FOR THE
Newi-oiit, It. I., Aug. 'Jl. Tho regatta
which enmo off to-day for tho clinllcngo
cup for schooners, wits won by tho Tidal
V avo. During tho contest sorno excel
lent seamanship was displayed. Tho day
was favorablo; there being a nico sailing
breezo from tho southeast. It. Y. Toper's
schooner, tho Modgio, carried off tho cup
by allowance, tbo timu of the Sopha being
somo 14 minuts ahoad of her in point of
arrival. Tho sloop yacht, Sadie, wns win
ner of the prizo for the sloops alio bv al
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE LOSS
Willi AVthfoiiT, Aug. 31. Forty-ono
buildings woro consumed by tiro Inst night.
Lois, 250,000, insuranco, $1C0,000.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis. Aucust'.!l.
FLOUR Dull Superflno 80a4 00 ;
A, i uoal 25; .VA, (4 7Uau W.
WHKAT Hichor. For inspected lota
No. No. 3 red, $1 12J; No. 2 do. 1 '20n
i 27. sample uun.
CORN Dull and unchanged. Mixed
bulk, on track, 41alljcj yellow, in sacks,
OATS Dull nnd unchanged; bulk, on
track, .Has No. 2 Elovator 33u33J ; mixed,
in sacks, 37c.
IJAHLKY Firm but slow; 7la78c. for
ItYK Quiet; No. 2 Klovutor, 58aCOo.
WHISKY Steady, 90c.
PORK Dull, 12 60.
BACON Lowor; shoulders fic. ; clear
rib, 7 ; clear sides, 7Ja7J.
LAUD Dull; choice) kettle, on orders,
HOGS Scarco, 4atjc.
CATTLE Unchanged; Texas nnd In
dian, lJa3J; natlvo, 8u5c.
Nkw Orleans, August 21.
FLOUR Drooping. Supurfino $4."o
XX $5.75; XXX fO.12jaO.25.
COKN Finn. Mixed C7c; white 70
uAis-rirm at duo.
HAY Ensior nt S34.
I1RAN Dull at $1.05ol.07J.
PORK Extremely dull nt $13.25.
1IACON Dull and nominal. Shoulders
7c; rib 7j clear rib 83.
LARD Dull. Keg 14Jal0. All oth
Ciiicaoo, August 21.
WHISKY Dull at 80c.
PROVISIONS-Finnor but qiilut.
MESS PORK 12.25 cash.
LARD Sales atyjc i-ollor year; salea
ble at SJo,
MEATS Steady, with sales of shoul
der at 4c.
WHEAT Irregular and active. No. 2,
l.l3Jl.l4cash; $1,13JI.14 seller Au
gust; $1.07 seller Sptunbor.
CORN Firmer; No 2, 401 a iOJccash ;
toiler August 44o ; 4 1 Jc seller September;
rejected, 4UJ; a 44c.
OATS Firmor, No. 2, 30Jo a 30J cash;
30jo aullor Soptomber.
RYE Firmor and in giKKl demand;
No. 2, 50c.
UARLEY Actlvo and higher; No. 2,
03c cash ; 03 Jc aellor Soptcmbor.
Dealer In all klndiof
STAPLE AND FANCY
ratrnaer'si Yiiril .ami Mnlillnu'
Cor, Wdsliinyton-av uud Twuiitiulli-sl,,
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
CARL L. TII03IAS,
Is prepared lo do alt kinds of plain nnd orna
KALSOMININO, PAPER HANGING
SION WRITING, KTO.,
At figures which defy all competlon, and In the
highest stylo cf the painter's art,
SHOP IN THE-PERRY HOUSK,
CORNER OK COMMERCIAL AYKKUK AND
EtOllTIt STRKK T,
H. S. 1IARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
THE PEOPLE'S .MEAT MARKET
CHAN. (IAYKK A' CO.,
KKl'.l' constantly on hand the best nf heel,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, sausage, pudding,
etc. Fresh while lard lu any quantity, corned
licef, etc., always on hand.
Orders promptly tilled, and satisfaction warran
Bnleher nml Donlcr In nil Kind Fresh
Con.srs. .ViyrTrt.irii tvi ForMH Sriirr.v.
CAtll , ILM.VOIS.
BUYS and plughters only the tery host cattle,
hogs and sheep, and is preptrnd lo fill any
demaod fur fre-h iiicats from one iounil to ten
thousand liouniN. Je.tHf
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepare.) to do all kind' of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
UEPAIKINO OK EVERY DESCRIPTION
ON TIIK MOST RRAKOVAIIt.R TKRMS.
Uuin.un ieu nt ine renienco oi nir. ncnneny,
on C.'nter stretd. next door to thn now school
house, or addressed to the care of I'. O. Ilox
or ine iiuiieiin nincc, win receive prompt alien
I'll YN1C1 ANN
R. S. BRIG HAM, M. 1).
Olfioe, No. 130 Commercial atcnue. Otlice
Hours, s to Wi.m,, and I to .1 p its. Hesldence,
No. 14, Ninth street, Cairo Illinois,
A. WADGYMAR, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, Surireon and Accniiheur, formerly
nf Anna, Union county, Illinois, has per
manently located In Cairo. Otllro Commercial
avensw, tietwven hlghth unit Ninth streets West
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
RRSIDKSCK-.No. 'Jl Thirteenlh street, be.
tweiio Waahingion avenue and Walnut Htreet.
iiis.'.i liil Comineri'lsl avenue, nn utalri.
MIT KI.I,Af:OI N.
riAHl". regular annual term of this Law School
1 will open on Wednesday, October 11th, Is'l.
l ull course, tii term. six months, tweh. btu
dents admitted lo thn senior cl. on examination
hy application on or before October 7th. lsll.
1 union fee, Jon on per milium. For particulars
Acilng Dean of Law Faculty,
20:i NORTH :irdSt ST. LOUIS, MO
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
The Forty-Third Annual Hosninn of Ihe
TJISTI "V E IR, S I T IT
Will open nil Jloud.iy Sept. Ith, '71
This Is tho onlv Institution of Leurnld in the
west, hating U'eti established in IS.'I, Thu course
of smdles oilers every facility fur lu'ipilring a
tlinroiiKli ciasHicm ami i.oiiimerciai eiiiicauon.
C.italogtivs cnntiiiiiing instructioiis to mucins
and fill particulars, will to sent on niHiucatlon to
III ft. II. ftrU.NTKHKt'K, S. J.
1'lesideut, hi. Louis University,
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
The under'i'nwl vt ill furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah i'lifiip, If not liriii'r
Than any woo. I dealer in Cairn. Leave orders
on ihe stales it t tho I'oxtotticu an I at Itoss' toal
yard, on Commercial uvenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth streets, Cairo. lllinol. 1 give good
ineaniru ami will cord the wood up if desired.
aiigllMf IJK.VM IIAI.DY.
Hoard and Tiillion, per annum till) 00
IIELLMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE
IMAl'.ll'UTMI UV 11.11,11. rKIICK AStllVS,
llo ird mi 1 Tititun, ur annum w
fssliU-ut-Tiie Very It. V. I, llellmulh, V. V.,
venu ui tiurvu.
lac particulars, upply to Major Kvatis, London
Ouuittt West. ' '
PAUL O. SCIIUII,
j RK.HOVr.D. j
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVKNUE,
Mlilttaker'n Old Ntnntl,
Orrosnr. Atiikneum, - Cairo, III.
Payn particular attention to tilling all physician
nnd family prescriptions.
attrs on man
ALL V A T E N T M K I) 1 C I N E S
worth having. Agent for
Kltr.SH' FKVKR TOXIC,
Warranted Ihe liest Kever Killer known in this
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
nVOIlV AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy in all dlseasesof the Kid
neys, equally, as sood or better
than llembold's. and tor
tuo acs.tr roa
llMinptirey'a lomeottiattilc rtpeelflee.
Hi: well selected stock of
Of every description cannot be
surpassed by any estab
lishment ol the
kind in the
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Hat on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IX Till CITV.
NEW TYPE FOUNDRY
ST. LOUIS IJRANCH
BOSTON TYPE FOUNDRY,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Hook, newspaper and job typo of every style,
made of the celebrated Hard and Tough Metal
peculiar to Ihe Uoslon Type Foundry, brass rule,
leads. Illetsl furniture. Muck and enlnra.l inlra
cs-es, stands, composition (tks, presses, rol'er
coniiosltion, galleys, ley brushes, mltennf ma
chines, pa)wr and card cutters, etc., etc., kept
constantly til hand. Address orders
j.iir.o a, or. juiiim, manager,
t Louis Branch of the Boston Type Fouudy,
. Louis, Mo. Ie20dlm
Ohio Lbvke, Cairo, III.
omsas rtosmr ruup;
O. D. AVILLIAMSON.
0 AIUO, 1 LLINOIB.
,Jf3ftffW 1,1,8,4 mlgnmtnt.