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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
Tun most ScccKBdi-UL Lm: Insurance Cow-oration 6i- tujcVaWb AOK IK
NO' STOCKHOLDER TO ABSORB PROFITS.
AMWKTOrl,OnctMIKKoH(.T. Ur.C. 31,1870, .... iiG.c55.740 do
Total Income to Same Date, .3.974.78880
NIT INCREASE OF RltiKH I.V FoiKIK, 1870, ... . . 20.000.910 00
The Ursreat Net lBcrit during thcycnr 1H70 or nny Company In (he World
.Gnosis Increase ok Risks in Foiu:k,
Only two Companies la Hie world need this g'oss Increase duriog ISTO.
uT,ir2nlLS'.1itfnJni!!S1,fUruot,' n" ,chsrtcred Nub!, lhi principle of LOCAL INVEST
MENTb IN EACH HTATK, In proportion to It l'remlumi or He-Insurance Kund. ,
HllMKBrjAill VA('" MTATK A "BI'HKHENTATIVE IS TJIK
GKE.2TZE233.A.Xj OFFICE, ST. XjOXTIS, 2vIO. ,
JAM KS If. MUTTON, Piestdcnt.
l?m?, Wl IIouo"i Vie President. Felix Cost, Sunt. Missouri Dept,
VYM. HaNLEY. Secretary, .'nil W 1iiiti,iii,i. TW.. ......
O. F. Burnks, Atlornoy. K. I.. Lemuijck, M. I)., Med. Officer.
Hon. AVm.J1ar.vm, Consulting Coutucl and Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS D K 1 A R T M K N T .
E. 1. Buui.inuiiam, Manager.
The following named gentlemen hoi J or control llit.on Insurance each.lo the Life Association
P. W. Barclay,
II. W. Wkiiii,
II. II. Candek,
Ciiah. U A U on Ell,
.1. M. PlIII.LII'.t,
K. S. BltHIIIAM,
I'aol G. Srnuii.
tra r Hate nod llaun be Tor.,
Carl L. Thomas,
I K V il
CLOSIITG- OUT .A.T COST !
Tlie public are litrebr notified tht
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
Htlonging to Hit i .late of the lato
"WILL UK SOLD AT COST
AT THE OLD STAND, CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
CAIEO, - - - - IXiX,HsTOIS.
BUILDINGS FOR SALE.
I will tell l Dutlic rale on Saturday the 2Cth dar
of Angustat 3 o'clock p.m.. next, the buildings,
sheds and outhouses situated on the north-Heat
Cairo, knawn as UcKentle's lumber office. Im
niaaiaw possession win be giveo. lerms, one
II mo properly issoiu ai private sale Lciore
JOHN Q. HAHMAN.
Cairo, Aug. It. 1871
AIIO IMABBVIUCII VI WIV lUtllfV V I MIL
v R rlm ru v 4(h tnr ih 1ltnn nt lAfen ill
TiviBi A vita uicu iiuui tru iu cim viuv
Ilia naliiia iniwr.
UTiuc la nereur kitco, uimi aeairti prtipuaais
will be received at mjr olllce, until li o'clock.
.. or Hatur Jar. tne vtn ia otBeutemuer. inn. ior
Partiea blddlog will auhmit the aame lit. For
l ari in nana. za. Kor iwu in ruiaaxi couniT
omli, and 3"0 in pcraonal auhacrlptlom, made
aid 01 .nfl ouiltllliK oi nam iiniiee, arm Kuaran
The contractor will be required to complete
maimer ana ruiasai couniies. l aymcni will ue
JA0O1I a. LYNCH,
a.. int. Wf ryiu -i. l. .1
AUJfl VAJUUIJ VfltTflb AlCABUUCIVUt
Notice is hereby glren that, whereas, William
vn.. nil. nn in, i.ni i nav ni Mnrrn. a. i,.
. VI I... ivil.lil Vll.iiri l iwilKnua uwm.uj .v
1. I t' 1 1 1 1. I I .1 lr .In..
Mk aumber twentjr.flTS (25), in the city of
gethtr witn tne leaaenom or eaiu mi, runnine
til irte iat aay oi January. A. u. i.a, wnn an
epaymettoi a certain promlaaary note bear-
appurienancea uiereunio uciodkidk 10 aecure
reren oa iiierewiin, given oy ha hi William
Toil ta aald Batah O. Knllnru for the allm nl
tniy-.nrve uuumtxi uuiiura t,jiAi, payaoie
year alter the date thereof. And, whereas,
fault baa been made In the payment ot a part
aald note, to leeare the payment whereof aald
"ta-Vi. atiAMtaa fnf il Ma rail (1 1callA
T UK Pal " I aeawa "j I '
od AuthorUy oonutnftd in iaiu moriaftgo, on
lock u.ra. or niadir. inne premmei. pro-
I. U fftaA ahAVA 1 Aaair 1 1 aatll hAlltA ami
a. .Avlaiirw thM amAtinl mm nn aalH r.nt.
illmef for Sarah C. Kellotw, Mortu'tKeo.
Jalto, IIU., Aug. 16. mi.
tnilt r. T TIii.La An.l tlAoaiinu Iln r b n
wife, did on the aid day or June, a. t . iwa.
uU the r ceruin morigago or owiunru.i
.h.m m. ii.i ii in .u ,njiu,i.iiii.iii mu.v. Mtvtv
" . .1 M.hi.h iiaaii or trnai waa euiv ao
iwladged ana recoraea in mion-u o
lllinola. And Whereas, aeiauu naa ueen mnue
weordance with toe prorisionB oi sain aeeo.
i i,t Virtue of the powers therein coutaloed. I
LonVrldiy, tho l.tda, of Heptomber, A. l).
i at the front door of the court house of AI
dT proceeu w ''"" ". yj,--v. '..i..
nrtv. annate yin iu tue ciij u. utuu, .uwu,
aP iffmbmSf aeyi'nteen, (17j. eighteen (18),
't.en In block flftylour (Mj.as i the samo
. A T.la ihn aame neinLT ueHcriu.)! in
t deed ot trust, for oasli in nana to uiu
1UT. m ....nt. in IIia nurchaaer or nur.
. .1 j ... in. ..me.
inmlntatratrii lor Iihnm N. llavmo
-. iir TVIIMMTMlT. Af li
U, III AUl'v.,
FSIDENCE-cornerNlnth and Walnut ts,
oimt Blatlt street and Ohio lev eo.
ice houri-ftonO Mn. to 12 m., nd o p.m
1870, . . . . 30.327,0 00
John H. Oukblt,
T. J. Kkktii,
W. S. Edson.
jou fnaiir In nny oilier Coiupnay.
IV. R. Kr(iy.
O o I? N.
the Urge Hmi'rnngnlficeiit slock of
MILS. NCOTT WHITE.
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordinance to prtttnt tht running at
large of (coici arid) goat, and for other
BK It ordained by tho City CoudciI of the City
Sicrioa 1. That it shall not be lawful lor any
oat to run at large, within tbe limits of the said
City of Calre t and anr peraon being the owner of
any goat, or hating charge or control of the aame,
aa agent or otherwise, who shall permit su:h goat
to run at large, In any atreet. avenue, or public
ground ol aaid city, ahall forfeit and pay to said
city a sum not leas than five dollars, nor more
than twenty five dellars, for oaon and every
Mtc. 1. AH the proviilons of an ordinance, en
Itlled "An Ordinance to restrain hoga from run
ning at large within the limits of the City," and
numbered 1 13, be and the same are hereby re
enacted and made a partot this ordinance,
Hrc. 3. Ii ahall not be lawful foranr cow, goal,
horse, mule, ox, bull, sheep, or awine, to wear a
bell within the limits of aaid city; and any peraon
being the owner of any of aaid animals, or having
charge of the same aa agent or otherwise, who
shall permit them or any of them, to wear a bell
within the limits of aaid city, ahall forfeit and
cay to said city a sum not less than five dollars,
nor more than twenty-five dollars, for each and
every oilence i and, in addition, ten dollars for
each and every day xuch animal ahall continue
to wear such bell after the first conviction for
such ouence unaer mis ordinance, provided,
nunr.rr, iiini me wearing oi any nail Dy any
borse or mule, when In harness and attached to
any venicie, anau not tw considered a violation
ol this ordinance.
Approved, JOHN M. LANSDEN.
M. J. Hownr, City Clerk.
August 13th, 1.71.
ORDINANCE NO. 122.
An Ordinance to amend Ordinance A'o, 40,
and or other purpotes.
BK it ordained by the City Council ot the City
Uxction 1. That aald Ordinance No. 49, be and
the same Is hereby amended, by adding ai the end
ol tne first section, the worda "or any tin, Iron
or wooden box, pin, pot, can, bucket, pipe, hoop,
or any description of earthen, glass, crockery, tin
or wooden ware whatsoever, or any old boot,
shoe, hat, rags, or cIcthiDg; or any tree or bush,
or portions of the same; or any old lumber,
ahavings, straw, manure, hay, grass, vegetables,
garbage, rubbish, or oftal, or slops from dwelling
houses ; or any offensive, foul, or nauseous liquid
or substance provided the provisions of this or
dlnance shall not apply to any building materials,
merchandise, or articles that may be leniDorarllv
deposited on tho streets or avenues, to be used or
remoiedj nor to any vegetable, oftal, or garbage,
Placed in a box or barrel at tbe side of the atreet,
for removal i and provided, also, that if any earth
or ashes are deposited In tho streets or avenues,
thov shall be spread evenly over the surtace ol the
middle of tne tame.
Hie. 2. it shall not be lawful for any peraon or
persona to permit any sloes, or fou't offensive or
nnUSeOUa linlllll A- .tAialan.a Ink,. Hi. Al,. .....I ...
flow or pass from or out ol any premises occupied
by him, her or them, Into any atreet or avenue,
or nto any adjacent premises i and every person
vlniiktino the f - iL.ln .1.1 .1
frit and pay to the aaid city a sum not less than
five dollars, nor more than flfiv MnlLr. f. ...h
and every oilence, and ten dollars a day additional
for each und every day after conviction, under
this ordinance, ha she or they shall permit such
violation of this section.
Her. 3. !t shall be the dutv nf Die nil. i
troller to provide tho means for removing from
the front of all houses in the city all vegetable!
and dry kitchen offal, of every description, pro
ii'.uu uiu caiiio i ijiavvu 111 tMjaes or uarreis, a. a
placed in corvenlont location in front of aald
bouses, before the time fixed for suoh removal)
and that such removal shall l made, from the
first day ef December to the first dav of March,
onco n week ; from tho tlrat day of March to the
first day of June, and Irom the first day of Sep.
temtwr to tho first day ol December, twioe In
cucli week : and from the first day ot Juno to the
first day of Bcptemhvr, tlx days In each week j
and that nottco ahall bo given Vy aald Comptrol
ler 01 1110 nme 01 ducii removal, uy puwicaiion,
in the newspaper publishing the ordinances of
the city, any arrangement made by the Comptrol
ler for tho ptirposo above specified, to be by biro
reported to the City Council, in joint session con
wned, for npproral by them.
AiMiroveu, mt iiMouaii, nayur.
Attest, W. J, Uoi.xv, City Clerk.
Aug, 19, 1871.
r00K8, pamphlets, brieli, catalogues, news
JP papers, tax lists, and every variety of citen
Bivo printing contracted for; and promylly and
Speedily executed, in the bulletin book, job:
and newspaper Ending establishment,
miJT? TJTTT T T?mTlT
X.XL1U JJU XJULUXLVi,
Reported Mpeels.Iljr.ror the Cairo Bnl
letln. Tea tteun In advaoee of Nl.
AMERICAN SHIP EUTERP '
HER CREW PROBABLY- 8AFH'
" ' 1 -- 'is
PARTICULARS OF OPERA-'-'
f TIONS IN COREA. !""
WAatfixoTON, Aug. 22. Admiral Jn?
man, commanding tho South Atlantic fleet,
report! the nirlisb steamer bound to Kni'-
land. arrived atUohia, July 20, frotc lfon
tevldo, July 10, having on board Capt.(
Geo. A. Leaoli, master of tho ibip Eutorp,
from New-York, who goei to Falmouth
and thenco to Now-York. Ho (ays that
on June oth, in latitude 86. 30", south
longitude 47 west, his ship was reported
lcakinc and in 30 minutes afterwards went
down. The ofHc'on nnd crew took to tho
boats, the captain and 10 men in the larger
boat nnd seven man In thn arnal1f.f nn.
'After weathering two heavy Rales the
large boat mado tho Itio Grande, June, 14,
Having boon for two days and nighU with.
oui ioou or water, ano smaller boat baa
not been heard from, but it is supposed
that she has toon picked up by tome pais
balk or OOLD.
Tho ircretary of the treasury has direct
ed tbe assistant troaeury of Now. York to
receive bonds for gold on Wednesday of
tbii week instead of Thursday;
TUB C0RKAN TCQCDLKS.
Tho following detail! regarding the re
cent operations in Corea aro condensed
from tho official reports to the navy de
partment by Admiral Rogers. They are
official negotiations of Minister, Low and
contain details not given in tho press dis
patch from San Francisco.
Admiral Rogers' fleet havo returnod to
China. Tho Colorado and the' flag-ship
Alaska, arrived at Cbeflbo, July 6, hav
ing crossed tho Yellow 10a iu AA hours.
Tbe Moneccacy and Palos proceeded to
Shanghai for repairs. The preliminary
negotiations opened by Minister Low were
well received by tbe C'orean district mag
istrate or prefect having jurisdiction in the
vicinity of tbo anchorage of our fleet.
Thero loemi to bo ovcry prospect of a
speedy and amicable negotiation of tbe
treaty sought as soon communication with
tho Corcan chief magistrate ean be openod.
No objoction was offered to tho fleet cast
ing anchor, or of ontranco to the Salie
river. This Admiral Rogers was proceed
ing with when two of our urroyine ves
sels, which had been treacherously allowed
to como within rango without warning,
was fired into and two of our teamen wo
wounded. Exemption from serious loss
is only attributable to the inability of tbo
Corcan gunner and tho fact that some of
our larger vessels wore ablo to arrive In
time to drivo tbe barbarious gunnors from
Thii occurred 1st June. Minister Low
arriving, demanded of Corean offlciali,
with whom they woro in communication,
an explanation of the outrage. On con
lultation with Admiral Rogers, il was de
termined to allow ten days pass before any
movement was mado to rcsant the insult
offered to our flag, in order to allew tho
Corean authorities an opportunity for suf
ficient apology or satisfactory oiplanation.
Notice wai meanwhile given by Minister
Low, that If amends -were not offered to
hitnsolf and Admiral Rogers, they should
proceed to obtain satisfaction for the wan
ton attempt, to destroy our surveying
'Washington, D. C, August 22. Tbe
rain wnien prevailed Monday evening in
Nebraska and north, is now confined to
xowa, ana tno barometer bas risen in Min
nesota. An area high pressuro.which was
thon advancing upon New England, now
extends to Michigan and North Carolina,
auu jow oarometor wnicn was on tno coast
of South Carolina has boon apparently
pusueu w iuu aouiU'WOll. 110 tompera
turo has been highest to-day in Tennosseo
and southwards. Fresh and brisk wind in
the north-east and south-east havo provall-
,i . ... .
eu aiong tuo Atlantic coast, uioudy anil
iiircaiing weauier navo ciearou away rrom
tho middlo and eastern states, but contin.
uo with rain from North Carolina
to Florida. Telographio communi
cation, with Southern Florida not
yet reitorod, but it is belioved that a so-
voro storm must bo in progress off north
east coast. Smoky and hazy weather con
tinues from Lako Brio southward to Ala
bama and Toxas, nnd barometor falling
during tho day from Lako Ontario.
Light local storms probable to-night in
Illinois and westward and aroa; low baro
meter, .with threatening woatber ovorlow
er lakes; rising barometor with eastorly
winds will probably continuo on middlo
and Atlantic coast.
GOING FOR ILLIOITE DISTIL.
St. Louih, August 22. InformAtionJjas
been filed in tho United' State) district
court by Collector Murdock, oftue second
district, against a distillery at Marble
II ill, owned by. Sanies Dunn. David Ran
kin. Jamos Crows, David Creitx, James
Bishop. John McElvath. Qcorco Miller
and Jothro lloroton for attempting to de
fraud tho government.
Salt LAKK,AuEU8t'22.-iGirnsihornors of
very Yariety.and humble boea, are appear
ing in several principal agricultural points
ana luouoposii 01 eggs threaten seriously
next year's crops. There is much alarm
Several eminent English capitalists ar
rived yeitordry to examine tho mlnos,
Tho receipts of silver bullion from
Wttlkor Uro?s mill In onst canon, daily, is
largo. Transactions in mining very heavy.
City ItoaUhy. Weather pleasant.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1871.
FRENCH DEPUTATION IN ENG
LA'ND. STEAMSHIP PRINCE OF WALES,
"FOUNDERED AT SEA.
FIFTY LIVES LOST.
FURTHER LOAN NECESSARY
FOR THE REBUILDING OF
; ' '
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE NEW
r 1 1 ,
MR XDWARD TU0RNT0H. .
IO WIN, Aug. 22.-,Slr Edward Thor
ton, minister at Waslngton, has gone to
Balmoral to take an oath as member of, her
uiaJosiyl privy council.
The Times says to-day that a furrier
loan is necessary to rostoro Paris toi its
condition before tho war.
TUB E.VCII UBrUTATION
visiting Ireland bavu crossod into Eng
land and will visit tbe citv of York. Tbev
aro enthusiastically received everywheru.
Their visit is for tho numoti. of return.
ing thanks for tbo aid given to tho French
auring tuo war.
xno bieamjnip L'rlnee or Wales, from
Iloag Kong',to!Bankok, Biam, foundered at
sea ami 10 persons wero lot.
The North Amorjca, from Ualtlmore,
arrived at Liverpool U-day.
TUB NSW LOAN.
, Suhecriptlena to the now loan to-day ex
cocdod tho whole amount offered. Tho
books will be closed to-morrow instead of
Thursday as baa been advertised.
Vib-vxa, August 22. It is soml-offlcial-ly
stated that the Emperor of Austria will
not at proscnt go to ltadgaitcin, but will
meet tho Emperor of Germany at lomo
timo horoafter to be named.
Madrid, August 22. Crown Prince
Humbert, of Italy, is here visiting his
brother, King Amadrui. Tho Budget is
ready for submission.
Tbe Cortes expenditures for tho put
year is estimated at 600,000,000 posats.
Tho pesats revenue at 089,000,000 posats
The ministor of finance anticipates that
tbe deficit will bo easily covered and
therefore regard as unneccssaey, measures
to moot the public dobt.
It is announced that a consulate general
will be established in all Spanish-American
Berlin, August 22. Tho cholera is
spreading at Koctuburg, and has appeared
at Dantzig, Stetten and in tho south of
31ERCHANDISE DIRECT FROM
LIVERPOOL TO CHICAGO.
A NEW ROUTE OF IMPOR
TATION. FEARFUL ACCIDENT AT LAW
Ghicaoo, August 22. Tho Trlkuno of
this morning calls attention to a now phase
in tho Chicago importing trade, which has
been recently developed. This is the
bringing of goods from Europe via Mon
treal and land them direct at our wharves
without previous overhauling. Several
of our heaviest merchants have adopted
this channel of importation, which prom
ises to grow rapidly by reason of its suc
cess. A propeller ladon with dry goods which
left Livorpool 29th of July arrived in port
yesterday, so that by twonty-two
days from tho time tbo coods left tho
European port, they will bo in tho ware-
nouso 01 tno importer, xnis is much
quicker timo than can bo depended upon
in importing via Now-York, where goods,
besides boing subjected to outrageous
charges, aro usually dctainod from ten to
twenty days ,in tbo custom-houso, in ad
dition to tweivo days or moro on the
ocean, and from three to soven days on
tho railroad, with high charges for trans
portation. This indepondont modo of
imrjort nc is workinc well. Tbo on v fear
is that .Now-York Intorost will becomo
seriously alarmod nt tho tbroatoned loss
from this source, and that they will offer
better inducements for a time and flatter
our morchants into a rcnowal of their
fealty to tho old systom.
Wm. K. Clark was killod, Chns. Rynn
was mortally wounded, and Honry M.Cor
rlo was sovoroly cut and brulsod by tho ex
plosion of a cannon at Lawroncevillo while
firing a saluto.
'Tbo Emclre tea comnanv. urotoiidimr tu
do business at No. 10 Luealle street, is pro
nounced, uy mo mayor and police otneers
to boa bogus concorn, nnd tno people uro
advised not .0 invest.
Tbo mayor sont into tbo council last
night, for JlrldewOll inspector, tho namo of
A. . Bishop, and ho was rejected. Then
the namo of John C. Faynosjand tho latter
was conflrmod. Tbo board is now com
KANSAS CITY, MO.
KaVHAH fltTV MY A 1 Tl.n nr.
rangoments for the Kansas City industrial
exposition which, bogins October 10, aru
nAsrlv imnlAUl .mi ll. ...mm... t. k.i'.iml
all expectations. Tho ontiro business in-
iurust ui mo city are interested, aim iuu
exposition will be groater than uvor held
CAMDEN, N. J.
BJUTLER WITHDRAWING FROM
Caudbn, August 22. Tho West Jersey
Press contains Edward Butler's withdraw
al as a candldato tnr governor uf Now
uersey, auuging mat 1110 success or tuo re
publican party is above personal consider
ation damn m, Hcoyei u now the only candi
date from South Jersey In tho field,
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE NEW
LOAN IN LONDON.
THE WAR WITH THE COREANS.
A FIGHT AND A VICTORY.
Nkw York, August 22. London dis
patch, to Jay Cooko iSs Co., snys subscrip
tion's to tho now loan to-day, at noon, was
00,000,000. Information rccolvcd by cablo
in Wall stroot srtyf It is probable 100 000,
000 will bo taken, in nil, to-day.
Tho morning papors contain tho follow
ing; Thoslory of tho light is vory slmplo.
On tho 10th of Juno COO men landed on
Ue island of Kiongliia, and with very lit
tle opposition captured the marine redoubt.
Thov then encamped for the night.
Tno next morning they slowly made
Ihcir way through tho swamp, dragging
heavy howitzers through mud a foot doop,
until they reached ami without rcsistenco
took Fort Moncacoy. Tho land was brok
en up in llttlo hill;, and it was only with
cxtrcmo difficulty that tho nuns woro
drawn ovor tho ground. At last Fort El
bow, now christened JloKco s r ort, in
memory of Lieut. McKco, was gained.
. Tho Corcuns mado despcrato resistance.
nnd showed that cool courage which is 0110
of tho few noblo traits of an oriental driv
en to bay. But their weapons woro nltnost
harmless, nnd with a rush And n choor tho
nvongors of our murdered countrymen
scrambled over tho works, and tho barba
rians flod nnd surrendered. Our death
list Is, In this brief but brilliant engage
ment, comparatively small, and wo hnva
the satisfaction of knowing that our men
showed the spirit nnd pluck of Americans.
It looks now as if England and Prussia
wlUhavoto tuko abend in this matter.
Two Englishmen and ono Gormnn wero
seized and carried off by tho Corcans into
A correspondent writing from Shang
hai, July 12tb, says tho crow of tho North
Gorman bark, Norman, consisting of .Ma
lays, Chinamon and Japanese, bound from
Tiontsln to Skccling, mutlnod on tbo 8th
of June, and burned tho ship, killed the
raato and attempted to do the samo with
the captain. Tho attempt on tho captains
live did not succeod. Several of tho mu
tineers have been arrested. It oenn tho
ring lenders aro throo Malaya nnd China
men, who ran away from the ship at Tient
sin, but wero caught and reshipped.
It is said that tho steamer Russia brought
a formal challongo from Ashburry to tho
Now York ynclit club, and also it modul
of tho Livcna.
Cincinnati, August 22. A special dis
patch from Lexington, Ky., saya Iliggin's
business block, in that city, was destroyed
by flro yesterday morning. Loss, ?o0-,000.
Insured (or 135,000.
at fulabki, tenn.
Nashville, August 22. A special to
tno itopublican Manner trom l'tilaskl snys
that a lire oroico out In that place, at 1
o'clock this morning, in tho machino shop
01 x-attorson cc uonnell, bolow the north
east cornor of tho public square. Tho
wind was high at tho time, and in n short
time tho wbolo block of buildings in that
locality woro in flame;, and having no on
ginos and small water facilities, it was im
possiblo to arrest tho progress of tho lire.
The Joss is very heavy.
PROVIDENCE. R. I.
STEAMER WYOMING SUNK.
Puovidencb, August 22. Tho smack,
Ida Mary, arrived at Newport, this etnto,
this morning, with tho wreck materials,
including a part of the pilot house, with
the (word "Wyoming" paintod on it, an
extension table, life preservers, etc., from
the wreck of n steamer sunk about thrco
nulos off shore. Two masthoads uro out
ofthowntor. Sho appears to havo been
mown up oycttiior powdor orstenm.
Nkw-Yoiik, August 2211:55 p.m. Tho
crewot incsunKon stoamor, w rummer, nro
TWO PERSONS KILLED BY THE
Louisville, Auk. 22. Yestcrdaya man
and boy in a two horso wagon drove
on tho railroad crossing two miles south of
Columbus on the Jellerson, .Madison and
Indianapolis railroad, just boforo tho en-
gino of the northern hound train. Tho
engineer whistle down brakes, but the
men with the wairtm woro apparently in
different. Thu engine struck the wagon
throwing it on ono side am! tho hordes on
tno ottier. ine man anil boy were both
killed, the head of ono being uovored from
his body. Both borsos wero also killed.
COMPLETION OF A NEW RAIL
Lowell. August 22 Tho Lowell nml
FarmillL'hani rallrn.nl formnllv nniinml f.ir
trial to-day, tho lastsplUo.onu of silvor, be
ing driven by tne suporlntoiidont, II. A.
Blood. Thu road is twontv-six miles loni?
und has been built in nine mouths.
BURGLAR SHOT SUICIDE
PiTTNiiURO, Aueust 22. Commercial
says nn unknown burglar wus shot dead at
Martha Furnace. Iltalr county, to-day,
while in tho net of bronkitig into 11 store.
A Gorman woman, named Mnynliert,
was found hanging In n bmoko-liutivd at
TENNESSEE STATE FAIR PRE
MIUMS. Nashville, August 22, Managors uf
the Tennosseo State Fair havo determined
to givo $2500 In premiums for trotting
contests nt fall lair next October.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV,
BRICK POMEHOY AND GEN.
LAGNAW SHAKE HANDS.
San Francisco, August 22. Tho Red
Bluff stage was robbed noar Cottonwood
bv four masked robbers who carried oil
Wolli Fargo & Co.'s trcasuro boxes. Tho
passengers woro not molostcd.
ALL HANDS APOLOGIZE.
Brick Pomeroy. Gen. Lagnaw and Col.
Scott havo amiably settled tlioir difficul
ties. All hands npologizing.
M. F. Butler, pioneer architect, died this
UTIOA, N. Y.
GRAND LODGE OF ODD-FEL
LOWS IN SESSION.
UtICA. Auiriut I'l Tlin
Odd-Fellows, of tho stato of Now-York,
assembled hero to-dav nnd oncned in due
form. A. V. Mnrso. nf Ilorlln Prti..ti.
was presenlod nnd received by tho grand
innsior. 110 mnuo a grntuying report 01
tho work dono in Prussia. Ho has recent
ly established thrco lodccs and ono on-
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis, August 22.
FLOUR Quiot and unchanged.
WHEAT Firmor for inspected lots;
No. 3 red, $113; No. 2 do. 1 27.
CORN AND OATS Quiet and un
RYE Steady at o7aC0e.
PROVISIONS Vory (juiot. Only job
bing nnd order trade.
PORK 12 60.
BACON-Shouldors, OJc; clear rib, 1 ;
clear side;, 7j.
Ciiicaoo, August 22.
PORK $12.7oa512.73; Sept, $12.50
LARD 83 bid; 0 nskod cash.
MEATS In fair demand at previous
iilJjKl tirm demand; salablo at 88.
Nkw Orleans, August 22.
FLOUR Drooping, Si 02J; XX. 5 75;
CORN Dull ; white, 09a70c.
OATS Firm at COc.
BRAN Dull, 103c.
PORK Dull; held ot $13 lb.
UACON Doprcssed, Cja7c; rib, 7Ja7J;
LARD Unchanged. All others un
Cincinnati, Aug. 22.
FLOUR Steady ; family, ?5.10uO,CO
WHEAT Highor; No. 1 sold at f 1.16,
CORN Quiet nt 01.
OATS Steady ut 30a38.
WHISKY Steady ot 90.
PROVISIONS Hold more for family
nso, but demand light and not much dono.
MESS PORK Held nt $12.00: country
sold at 1 12.00.
LARD Held at 9.
HULK MEATS Hold ni r. fllofilf ,!
clonr rib sidos held at tho samo quotation.
BACON Hold at 0, 7, 7t7, but hardly
any demand : CO hlida. clnar rib ml.l
nt 03, seller in Septomber and Octobor.
I I T.YVH T . . r. ...
nuur.u rirm ai iotas.
Detroit, August 22.
WHEAT lo higher and demand un
limited ; oxtra, $1 35Jal30 ; No. 1 whlto,
$1 31 ; treadwoll, $1 31 ; ambor, $1 28.
OATS No, 1, 37c.
BARLEY Firm, 51 OOal 70.
Nkw Yoiik, August 22.
GOLD Dull, $1 12Jal 12$. Monoy
cuiiiiiiuea very plenty Ul -UJ per com.
It. S. BRIGHA.M, M. D.
Olflce. Nn. l.lil (!oiiihinr,..il uvmm nm.,A
hours, to 10 a.m., and 1 tn :i p m. llmldence,
.No. 11, Miith street, Cairo Illinois,
A. WADG Y.MAR, M. I).,
T)!IV.-!ICIAN, Surgeon and Accouhetir, formerly
X. "f Anna, Unicm eininty, lllltiols, hits per-
i.u-,i in viiiii. I'luf-n uunuuerciAi
ayi'iiri., U'twecu higlith mid Ninth atrvels West
sine. niur v
WllililA.M H. SMITH. M. 1).
pnSIHKNCII-.Nu. 21 Thirleonih treet. I).-
tnrim Wnsluiigton ateniieiiinl Wiilnut Htrett.
(IHll'n 1J.I I'Olllllli li'lill htimiiii-. mi tnlr.
WOOD ! WOOD I ! WOOD 1 1 I
The undersigned Mill fitruii.li
IfAllD AND DItY WOOD
An Clu'iip), ll'nol t'lit'iiiirr
Pilau mil' unoil ilrtiiler In (!nmi. f.nv,. nnLra
on tho Intel nt thn i'lmtotlice and at lions' coal
yard, on C0111111erc1.il menue, between Tenth und
'PnAll'tli ........... ,1.1... Ill,..nl. I 1
a nr..,.. niui'i.i i..ii, ii.iiii.i. , K11' UOWU
measure and will curd tin. wood up If deairvd.
autfiu-ir DK.N.M8 II.M.Ilf.
Litirponl, Nou-Yoik and I'hilu b Ip'ila
t-ISL.ru COVTBACT UITII I'MrKII AND HBlTKll
f.ir Uirr)iiij tny MnlU.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on intTuiu isromtTios
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot,,
LI Uraadnay, New-York, or to
It. II u 11 11 1,
16U Wuihliigtou Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
PAUL G. SOIIUH,
3D 3& UGO-IST,
NO. 103 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Wliltlstker'e Old NtB1,
OrrosiTB Atheneum, - - Cairo, III.
rys particular attention lo filling all physician
and family prescriptions.
r.fV3r oe rtrio-iEiT.
HIM OX OAID
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
KHFJW FEVER TONIC,
Warranted the beit Kever Killer known In thla
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
BUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all diseases of the Kid
ncys, equally, aa food or better
than llembold's. and tor
also aunt ,-oa
Uasaibrcjr,a lloineophatblc Spcciflc.
Hit well selected stock of
Uf every description cannot be
surpassed by any estab
lishment ol the
kind in tho
NO. 159 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Max 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
in the cur,
Ohio Lkvke, Cairo, III.
ok him ruoHFTLV rutin;
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
Ao. 70 Oblo Leve,
C A I it O, ILLINOIS.
JiT.4ucliil attention irlcan tn n,,inni.ii
ml lllhni: nrderr.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is piepared to supply cuitoniors with the beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKMHW Uflat Halllday Urea, office. 10 OHIO
LEVEE, or at the Coal Yard below tb 8L
THK TITn ifwiwrii b l."iY.f i. " 7.'!?: . -
. , ' ' - -""inH niu wituK'-uai aioa
'lis fivniiiera ni any liour.