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JOHJV II. OBERLY & CO.,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
most SnccisruL J,ifk
STOCK HOLD K It 8
Aworj.XTor Folicies IK FoiW.T. Dec. 31,
Total Incomk to Ham r.DATr., . .
Nit Incmahb or Rihkh in FoncK, 1870,
Tfce la.rjrrat Net Incrtitac tlttrlnir th ,
Gkob Increase or Risks i.v Force, 1870, .... f30.327.730 00
f Only Irio Companies tn Inn world eiceed this groa Itx-rnwe during is70.
MeNi,l.WDA7ife1,.,11'M',,,!.''V',f '"' 'iKl't. the brlnclpla of LOCAL INVEST
MENTd III EACH HTATK, In proportion to It premiums or He-lnmirance Fund.
IIbSaWViuKCToW.'0'1"'''' """ VAC" MTATE A KErnK!E.NTATIVE IN THE
QE1TEEAL OFFICE, STv XjOTJTJS, J
.7AMKS n. HHITTON, 1'ieildenl.
Henry W. Ilouoii, Vice President. Felix Cohte, Sunt. Mlisourl Dept.
Wm. II an lev, Secretary. John N. Fkitchard, Treasurer.
C. K llunNEH, Attorney. ,K. L. Lemoink, M. D., Med.OHlcer.,
Hon. AVv, IUrnem, Consulting Oouniel and Actuary. ' -'
S O U T HE R N ILLINOIS I) E PART II E N T .
K. P. Uubmnoiiam, Manager.
The following named gentlemen hoM or contr.l l(i,i
P. W. Bakcla y,
H. H. Can dee,
I. M. Phillips,
R. S. Hkioham,
Paul a. Scnun.
.earn oar IIf4- nnd 1'lniin before
Carl L. Thomas,
OLOSIISTG- OUT AT COST! .
The putllc are hereby notified that the large andjmsgnlficcnt slnckof
BOOTS, SIIOKS, HATH, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,,
llelonging to the e.lateof the late
"WILL BE SOLD AT COST
AT THK OLD STAND, CORNKH SIXTH STItKET AND OHIO LEVEE
BUILDINGS FOR SALE.
I will stl at public ule on Satur day h JX
of AtiKUit at 3 o'clock.
M. p.m.. mi
Real, um uu'ivtiiKV
sheds and outhouse
knwn MrKntie' lumberofilce. lia
madlat poaaamon will bo (Wen. Terma, one
half caib, aodtheUlaMa lo roonthi; notewitli
approtaU leaunl; and Intereat at lea per cant.
will M requirea
If the property
la sold at iriat tale before
the dat name notice of auth aale will w elen lo
the Bulletin. JOHM Q. 1IAKMAN.
Cairo, Aue. . mi. di
The atockaolderi ot (he EnterpVlie Sarin.!
Bank ot Cairo are berebr notified Uiat an election
will be held atth City Kallonil Itank on Moy
day, Septemtjer 4th, for the election of eeren dl.
rectori. I'olla open from lento twelte o clock
.m. WiLiia Hntor,
NOTICE li berebr iiren.that eealed proDOala
whl be rocelred at tny office, until It o'clock,
m.. of Saturday, theJih day of Beptember. 1671, tor
the building of a bridge acrou Cache rirer, oppo.
Ifieatloni now t.n file In my orace, in tne my
I old town OI unuy.accoruniK '(''""
D.rii.itilddlnffwllliubmlt the ame-ltt. For
.ifr..v, in hand. ia. Vor I.VX) in I'uliakl county
bondn, and l In personal lubserlptlont, made
inald ofthebulldlD(?of nald bridge, and guaran.
4eed by I'ulaakl county, the balance caih In
"he contractor will be requlrod to complete
aid budge on or oeiure ir.e iai uj oi wnuji
187. to the aatlifaction of the County Courta ot
Aleiander and l'ulaaki counttet. raymeni win ix
Aug. lllh, 171, County Clcrkl Alexander Co
Notice u hereby given that, whereat, William
J. Voat did. on the tenth day of Match, A. V.
laca, by hla certain chattel mortgage convor to
Barali C. Kellogg, the two alory brick atore
bouse situateu vu lot uumuvr
black number twtntr.flre (U). In the city ol
Cairo, county of Alexander and atate pi. Illinois,
Until tne tat umj ui iauury. a.
the arpurtaaaoeae t,heruqte belonging to secure
until the lat day oi January, A. V. 174, with a
the leasehold of wud lat,'runnlni
(OK even date therewith, given by said William
jAoee.to.el Sarah C'KetloirarrorthA'WiBi.ol
twenty.Mara fcuaulred dollar WWt
aeiauat saar wvaw. "r ""T"'i f-fr
of saltt avre. o ipSia) Pyeat whereof aald
'ebb, aUajaeT for aid Btrah C. I
waa eavman. iiiiurinwrupiu,
Iran v. nanogg,
of the pow
afjjT. mkj i wit a
iaaviTBlOTKRa Beaerllid henaeanJ
i.e, to aatlsfjf tl(e.amoijnue on wnoie.
Attorney tor Sarah C.-kellogg, Mortgagee.
Cairo, Ills., Autf t, 171.
t, 8. BOPAM, M. D.
am u. 1U nnmmerelal
hannitita to ajn,, and 1 to 3 p.ro
;,A.WAP0YMAR, M. D.,
i-aat'Clil. Btirteon and Accoutieur, formorly,
X,:l0'r-..,nl; ,n,inl. iilinola. haa oer-
.l.rrK3.brfin r.lr.i. Offltii Commerolal
tMtween .igunt .......
mtiliAWp: SMITH, M. D
nunninc-Na, 11 Thirteenth street. be
IWtaa vvasniagwu "- "jr. '
. . . . L . - J. ..,. .n.l Wklnnt atra.t
a IJ uomniannai aisuun, .......
' n.'W. DUNNING, M. D.
.....Klnili and Walnut its
SMeornM With ' Ohio ley e.
lNUB.ANCK Crfni'OIlATION Of
THE SAME AGE IX
' 'i.M'T I
.- IJfi.C55.740 00
- : 3.1)7088 80
INTO nf nny ompiiiiy Iri I lie Mo rid
nnuiar.ee each, In the Life AesotlaUon
John H. Oiiirlt,
T. J. Kertii,
W. 8. Edson.
joii Insure In may oilier Onipaiay.
-V. B. Kkrsit.
scsct-- -r-rcr iTca
, HCOTT WIIITR.
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordinance to prevent tht running mt
large qj cvwi onu yvuw, unuvr vur
I - . . J t - J S.
1E It ordained by the City Council of the City
J) of Cairo . .
siTioa 1. mat 11 anau nor w tawiui iur maj
goat to run at large, wttntn ine iimiie 01 tne aaia
Citr of Cairo t and any peraon being the owner of
any goat, or having charge or control of tbeiame,
aa agent or oinerwiRe, wuo auaii jiuin aucn kuh
to run at large, in anr trtet, arenue, or public
ground ol aud city, (hall forfeit and pay to laid
city a aum no ieai man nve aoiiarM, nur tnum
than twenty fire dellara. for each and every
Hie. a. All the proviaioni or an orainaace, en
ttll "An Ordinanca to reatraln hora from run
ningat large within the llmlta of thj City," and
nuroucrea 113, oe aau tne aame ara nvrvuj iv
nuil and niada a nart ot thla ordinance.
Mac 3. It ahall not bo lawful for anr cow. coat.
horte, mule, ox, bull,- eheep, or awine, to wear a
Mil wlinin ine limiia 01 aaia city; bdu any pariuu
being the owner of any of aald animala, or having
oarge 01 tne eauio.we agvoi ur viuvrwiav, wbu
hall nrmll them or anr of them, to wear a bell
within the llmlta of aaid eltv, itull forfeit and
uy to aald city a aum nut Ui than five dollar,
nor mora than twpiitr.fira dollara. for each and
every ollence; and, in addition, ten dollara for
each and every day aueh animal ahall continue
to wear audi belt after the drat conviction for
uch onence ander tills ordinance, rrovided,
however, that the wearing of anjuball by any
barkfl or mule, when in harneia ana attached to
auy vehicle, ahall not be conaldered a violation
oi tnis orumaiice. .....
Approved, JUU.-t l. UAMU.r,
M. J. Hownr, City Clerk,
Auguat Wb. 171.
ORDINANCE NO. 122.
ln Ordinance to amend Ordinance Ho,
and or other purpotct,
T)K It ordained by the City Council ot the City
Hirriox 1. Khat said Ordinance No. 19. be sad,
th aamela hercbyamended.br adding at the ond
ol tne flrat section, the words "or any tin, Iron
or Wooden box, pin, pot, can, bucket, pipe; hoop,
or tiny description nf earthen, glaaa, crockery, tin
or wooden ware whataoeveri or any 'old boot,
a loo, hat, rage, or clctnlogl or anytreeornuan
or'porliona of the same: or any old lumbar,
shavings, straw, manure, bay, grass, vegetables,
garbage, rubbiah, oroflal, or slops from dwelling
houses i or any offensive, foul, or nauseous liquid
or subatance provided the provisions of this or
dinance ahall not apply to any building materials,
merchandise, or articles that may be temporarily
depoalted qn the streets or avenues, to no flieu tr
feiooicd I' nor to any vegetables, offal, or garbage,
Disced in a DOX or uarrei at tne aiuo ui tne street,
tor Removal i and provided, alao, tnat If any earth
r aahes are depoalted In the aireeta or avenues,
liotr ahall lie anread ertnly over thoaurtseoel.tlie
i Hkc. S. It shall not be lawtui tor anrperson or
penonsto permit any alopa, or fou', olfenaive or
matheoue liquid or substance lobe discharged, or
tVW or pass from or out ol any premises occupied
try hi in, her or them, into any street or avenue,
Or Into any adjacent uremiacs ; and every peraon
vipiatlna the provtaiona of thla aectlonnh.il for
fcU'and pay to tho said city ft aum not leas than
ftveldollars, ner more than fifty dollars, for each
and every oftence.and ten dollars a day additional
for each aid every day after conviction, under
this ordinance, lie ahe or they shall permit euoh
Bsc. a, 't ahall be the duty of thn City Comp
troller lo .provldo the means for remoriag from
the from of all houses In the city all vegetable
andtdry kitchoi, ottal, of every description, pro
vided the same it placed in boxes or barrels, d
pieccu in copvonieni locations tn front of kaid
louses, before thu time fixed for auah"rnnval t
and that such removal ahall ha mada. Inn th
tirst day af December to the first day of Mareli,
once a we i rrom tne tirsi day of March to the
iir.tuay vt ,uvui iruni no nrat aay oi nep.
tomber to the first day, ol December, twice In
ench week I anu rrom tno nrst day ol June lo the
nrlt'day of rsepiomber, tlx day tn oath week)
and that notice shall bo given by ald Comptrol
ler of the tune ot eucn removal, or publication.
In the newspaper publishing the ordinance nf
the ally, any arrangement made by the Comptrol
ler for tbo purpose above sueeitled, to be by him'
reported to the City Council, in Joint session eon
vMioil, for approval by them.
Approved.' " JOllN M. I.ANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest, M. J. Uowlit, City Clerk. '
'Aug, 1.0, W7I.
D00K9, pamphlets, brlels, eatalogua. nw-
rS ...n-j ,a il.la. and uvar varielv of alien.
slvo printing cpnUwted for, and promytly and
speedily execuled.'ln the Bulletin loot, Job,
and newspaper blading slblilimnt. .1 . .
Reported repfclally.ror the Cairo Bal
letlai. Ten hoar In sxlvftaee or Hi.
ItHla paster. ' 1
ROW AMONG THE NEW YORK;
CITY REPUBLICANS. . 1
SUIT FOR TlfE TtECOVERY. O
' f'TTV nTintHMITV I
ONE MILLION, DOLLARS
MEETING REPUBLICAN STATE
CENTRAL COMMITTEE. J
New 1'ork, Augul 23.-sEJectmcnt
ult commenced to-dav In behalf of the!
city Against Geo". Jonca & Co, allogcdi
owners Tiroes building lot, which It claim-!
ed.ns city property. Kaid ground, .ra
given by the city In 1705 to tho Pretbjrte
rlart trantlefrion who With the old btkk
church thcrconi condit!6nal convcTanco
belnfj that it should bo forever devoted to
religious purroscs and vent bade ,tq,cor
poratioh If hot used for thcte purpoW.
Tho board of Aldermen will authorize
city authorities to carry on suit to recover
property, which Is valued at a million of
dollars. It It said, on the other hand, that
tho" ground was purchased by the original
proprietors of tho Times directly from tho
trustees of the old brick church: that, re.
vision' Was' af same time pu'rcbMed from
the city, and that the full consoat of tho
latter, as well m of iho tifl.o Legislature,
to transfer, obtained.
Nxw York. August 23. Timet and
Tribune ttill dlscuislnir the merit of thn
republican, faetlonij the Trlbuno correcting-
what theTim'o awerW. and tho Times
declaring that the Trlbuno seeks to avoid
the Times' charges by a mlxturo of donlnl
and accusation. A 1
The rheellni: of the republican irencral
committee, of which Mr. Grecloy is chair
man, Is charged with aiming at division
amoog tho republicans in tho city, by re
fusing to cc-opemto with tho organization
known as the custom houia party. Out of
tnis dilema, caused by tbeso two organiza
tions, Mr. Greeley believes" tho safest and
easiest way is for tho reeular republicans
to act under tho union republican general
couimmee. as ii now standi, tne Stato
convnntlnn will h tn iImM. t.n(u,nn
p . wv UVV.UW W 1 I
the rival parties.
Jflayor uai says, be will send a state
ment of city accounts of debt to tbo
board of aldermen, and the county ac
counts of debt to board of supervisors, to
day, and that the statements will bo nr.
companled by a meesago of recommonda-
xjir. republican state committer
met at the Fifth Avcnuo Hotel at noon to
ilay,(and, determined -0'i7th at beptem
ber, for tne nomination ot canaiasiea lor
the sUte offices to bo filled at tho coming
election. The call includes republicans
and all others oppoitd to extravaganeo
and corruption in tho administration of
public affairs. After adopting, with only
kur dissenting votes, a resolution ratify.
Ingtne re-organ nation ot ine repuDiican
party of this city, tbacommjttco adjourned,
!. Washington. .
WABHiMOToy, D. O., August. S3,. The
war department Issued an ordor Instruct
ing army officers that in advertising for
lupplols, animals, or forage for military
potts, conditions of compctitlortnihould bo
always 'such as to open to "settlers, farmers
and stock raisers near tho point of dollv
arv an it rnniumntion of ' the supplies need-
od, an opportunity o sell their products
directly to tho United States In
such quantities as may be convenient and
advantageous to doiii panics. -'
' ' THE ixdiass. li
Govornor Potts, of Montana, writes, un
derrate of August I2tb','that the people of
Gallatin Yalloy are so irignteneu at tne
prcsenco of largo bodies' of Sioux Indians,
ho fears thoy will abandon their crops and
fleo to places of safety 'He also says that
tho movements of the Slouxlndjans points
to a geheral'Indian war' oh tho settlement,
ilo is orcapjzing the scttlpraiand Arming
them. The greatest need is moro troops,
and hopes tnat Gon..Hhorrotn will eond
them a commander for J tho 2d United
Spates cavalry. ,
An official report concerning trado
from tho United States Consul at Amog,
China, says tho market opened.Qn the, 23d
OfDocomberi lrt'JAmog, and tht crops of
Polong, aro fully up to.that of I"t season
.in1 quality and not likely 'to fall short In
quantity: Th United' States markoti
oponod at prices cortalnlv one-fourth
abovo tho opening rates of Inst year, and
th'roo day's purchases, ha ya .amounted to
10.000 prekages aboVo Uio actual arrivftlif.
Part of the crops orily'in many casol hao
r.iinnilouiii ,froni--ili country. i'rtcetr-
aro so irregular that it is, difficult
to glvo tho exact quotations Intoa. Grades
from flno "upwards aro Itrgoly bought as
It. A., Taylor, ftwt.corapMler of U19
K., Taylor, fiwt.coraplrojler" of U
.lnnkrtment has addressed
rn..li ,lnkrtment has adorrstca a
ir to tho internal . revouuco,'ya,i"Ip.n,!
or, nnnounctng inai upon wuiuii.h
with tho socretary, it has beon docided not
to take any Una) action in relatlon.to ro
fundfng incomo lax paid by stato officers,
'at -nreacnt. .
Heavy demand for O.por cent, bonds
Y.i nvAlnnnd n, irreiit Incfcaio for bonds
;r- , o-,- - , ,
of too uonoininaiioiia ot ui(,ar."v'
hundred dollars wltlc is unaomuuu
W.,1,.n In (nvmtmonts of those, SOOUtitlOS
bv tho workW'clwscs. Tbo commission t
'of lliWrnai; flvonuo has suspendfu..
tho' rullnic ,of-th,(11o Commissioner
Pleaiantbn; relating to tho original ana
unbroken package 01 periumorj.
rord nave been appoinieu comtniiuiii
for Kansas to tho centennial celebration of
Tho nrosldcnt ii.oxpocud.hero to-mor
row". .'iii if
. . , ri .1 I.J 1 1
r MILWAUKEE, WIS.
uwiiivti Aimmt 3.st. Paul pa-
peri say that Amos Stylcs, a resident of
Bt'. Anthony, cornmUtea inlcldo on Mon
dy mowin;,Iy cutting hU'throat ultfc
CAIRO, ILMOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST
PHO0EEDINGS OF THE NATION-
, AL EDUCATIONAL CON-
VENTION. ' '
, dr. Louis, Aug.18.L-ln continuation of
tho procoedlngs of the educational conven
duoed Mr. Tappon, who In the 'absence' of
spoke tn behalf of the departments or
mgnor eaucation. Arter rew genorai re
marks be,turnc4 to, Gov, Drown who was
on te, stand, and aald t "No. part of tho
human bejng, ln,our. siiNno,6i' education,
Is forgotten; above ,il)wo .know and feel
a tho maxim, of ow .pork that the moral
education It th'a meaat iMiortant thin nr
LaUr not'ofily do w'recognJxolUimport
L?f,:.W.tT AlKJuAitta methods to.carsy
r it mii . kMMKi. . v. . . .. . . ., .
m t7 ?yvu' no; eaucation'
keTW(.w!M' ftJ Uod shogld.bti based
uponjuio lovef hht ftf)ow being.!' - i '
iA" 0,ffy WW .then. jMdo by"
A !V- vho!rtrJdge,.,vio4.pNl(Jrit oU thi
oxracniary scctioo. )wtu. w.,foll0vted by
that this coRVontJon should bo held in Mi..
touri, a tUXo which bai within. a few years
established such comprebooBiro system
of common school .education nnd which
litis inaugurated such . un eibm.
slvo' sy'stom of orrrutl school;
but'the other dar laid the clrnr.itr. nn nf
the most elegant building In, kind in ttui
countfy. and especially ,dld 'lie ronrd it
J i roper Unit tho conventlph should bo hold
. n.Ht. Louis, tho' city k.nown throughout
tuu country lor its, comnrcneoaivo ana
thorough system of public instruction, and
-wnicu contains one oi tne moat celebrated
Bormal' schools Jn tho Union r and' which
1o,hasfccognlEed'th6 practlWlity of that
advanced Idea' which Is boglnnlng to'pr'e-
inii in wucanon inrougnouiiuo world
the equality of woman! with matj a: u cd
ticator; - 4 " ' ' T
W?1J. Hinkle, president of the supcrln
tendant's section, who stated thklHon.Mr.
Garfield, pf Ohio, was' to speak" on tho sub
ject of tho relations of the government to
education, had been unexpectedly called
to "Washington, on an errand of morcy,
and could not bo present. .
The general session was.thon calted and
various sections mot Jri different rooms
and transacted such ' 7iuiihrn n
brought before tb,em.
In tho department of higher education,
H. K. KdsoD.of Iowa, read an essay on
classical study, and means ot securing it
In the woit In Which he look" strong
ground in favof 6f clw'sical study.
Vxmaillks, Aug". J3.Ttio fiisorobly
to-dajr approTed the flew, 'a'adltloTial taxes
and doefded to proceed' fo immediate dis
cussion of the question of tho disarmament
of the-National guards.
The government, here' is acting In con-,
cert to provent tho introduction of rhnlom
in either country. '
in mo court martial lo-duy the argu
ment for the prosecution wan concluded,
and the counsel for tho prisoner com
menced. Ferre attempted to read a printed
the futu.w ;! he declare he looks to
vengance, but no .a, .v .
the court and not permitted to proceed.
Bxrllh, Aug. 23. There has tieen four
case of cholera in this city, two of which
havo resulted in death.
The emperor and empress, of Urar.il,
havo arrived in this city. Tbo princo and
princess of Wales are at Bangenechwal
Madrid, Aug. 28. A decree has been
issued providing for tbo Isiuoof a loan on
the Cth of September. Theamount'wlll bo
one hundrod and fifty million piastres, and
tho rata of interest ttireo per cent.
. AT-LEXi5aToy; KT; '
Ebxinotok, August 23. A largo firo
broko out, this morning, in tho block of
buildings forming tbo north side of Broad
way, botweon Main and Short streets,
which resulted in tbo destruction of noar
ly the entire block. Tho tiro was discov
ered at 5;'46 in tho .morning, in the carpen
ter shop occupied by Williams &Bro., and
owned by James Graves. Wost to G raves'
stable, on Main stroot, tho. flamos rapidly
(hat when tho tiro department
brought their engines into operation, tho
conflagration had gained such headway
tnat it COUIU noi do musiorou. j.u unu
limir aftor the first alarm was clven sixteen
houses woro destroyed, involving n lots of
1100,000, $30,000 of which was covorod by
This is tho tocond great loss oy nro 01
valuable cltv nropertv. followlne so close
ly upo'n that of Sunday night last, nnd has
demonstrated tho inetficioncy of tho riro
engine and hoso' for tho suppression of
largo conflagrfdjoi, apd tho necossity of
adopting somo moro ofllciont means for
AT FORT WATNE, IND.
SFobt Wayhk, August3. A. firo broko
dt In' the 1 dry coods stor'oof Frash & Ilro.,
at Hartford City, this morning, at 1 o'clok.
Tho flames fpreadlriipldly, tho firemen be
ing unable to get it under control, and in
throe hours tho cntlro south sido of tho
public square was laid In ashes. Thoro
iwero twolvo buildings burned, including
dry goods 'stores, groceries, naru-waro es
tablishments, jewolery and drug storo, sa
loon, barber shop, butcher shop, otc, etc.
Tlio loss reached noarly $50,000, with only
nbyut $13,000 insurance (
AT AUUUMIA, UK.
AnnituTi A 111.11. t 'J3 A lnri'0 bulldlntr
belonging to tho Malue Central! railroad,
fillbdWith'Tariiablo'lumbor. snow plows,
00;., was totally destroyed by ro to-uoy.
is heavy, but tho amount Is not
BALE OF NEW COTTON.
SUICIDE Of a young lady.
Memphis, August. 23. Firit halo now
cottoi Nfos'rocolved by Thos. H. Alton &
Co., this morning. It was grown in Ar
kansas and classed us low middling, bold
tar 2ri rents.
Mils KUa, daughter of Col. Frod. Dal y,
of Luwrcncol,Mlss., committed sulcido, by
taking laudanum, last Monday night, after
rottirnltig from n party given In honor or
hor1 debut, having Just graduated. 8ho
leftia note for hortnuthur, saying sho was
tlretl of life, ' - '
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. A SOUND PLATFORM ADOPTED.
tMadisok, August S3. Tho democratic
state convention met hero to-day, 4)no
hundred, and thirty-four delegates wcro
pTOsont,, making a full convention.
II. L. Palmer, of Milwaukee, was chosen
president. Tho following
wore adopted :
. Tho representatives of tho democratic
party of Wisconsin, in state convention
assembled, hereby atllrin -
. lit. That wo point with prldo to tho
economical administration nnd tho limitud
amount of taxation that prevailed In tho
'ttate undor .damocrotlo' rule, M contrasted
with tho enormous taxation and prolifiento
expenditures of the succeeding republican
slato administration; nnd that the dorao
'cratlo, parly, If restored t6 powor, will ob
servo tho most 'rigid economy nnd reform
in ovoM iiopftrtmcnt of tho auto govorn
ment. 2d, ThRt tho who restrictions enacted
In the 10th nmendment to tho national
convention, reserving to tho States respec
tively, and to tho people, all powers not
delegated to tho United States, is ono of
tlio strongest safeguards to popular free
dom'! that tho nets of congress and the
reUoral administration usurping powers
not delegated, nnd tho constitutional nets
broaking down distinctions between tho
powors of Stoto government and thoso of
tho genoral government, nro destructive
tooonstltUtlbnaVllberty, and threaten tho
overthrow of our existing form of govern
ment1, that wo denounce tho centralizing
tendency of tho general government; tho
frequentattempts of tho agents of tho fed
eral administration to intorfero in local
3d. That we aro In favor of a tariff for'
revenue, only; that under tho pretext of
raising a revenue, within tho past ten
years, tho national congress has established
and continues that enormous robbery of
mo masses ror 1110 cnricnmont ot tno lew,
known as the protective tariff system,
which has swept our commorco from tho
seas and fettered and oppressed overv nr?-
Ticulturol ptiriultj a system which tho re
publican party, in congress, perpetuate,
and from which tho peoplo may hopo for
relief only through tho restoration of dem
4th. That wo nro opposed to all forms of
national repudiation, cither of tho dobt or
tbo pensions and bounties duo tho soldiers.
3th. That, as the lato amendments to
tho constitution havo been decided, by tho
properly constituted authorities, to bo part
of tbo fundamental law of tho land, they
aro binding upon tho peoplo; that the
democratic party now, as In tho past,
know no higher law than tho constitution ;
that tbo timo honored principles npplied
by its framers nnd accepted by tho wisest
statosmcm and jurists of tlio country,
should bo observed in all legislation by
congress In regard to tho constitution and
Its amendments ; that tho democratic party
is opposed to the withdrawal of civil or
political rights from any class of peo
plo, and that wo demand tho removal of
all political disabilities and qualifications,
wmcn iuo nuv.s, 1 -a . ,, )
were compolled to let tho balance, go over
until to-morrow morning.
UTIOA, N. Y.
GRAND ENCAMPMENT OI'
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Utica, August 23. At tho annual ses
slon of tho grand encampmontof Odd-Fellows,
held hero last evening, tho following
otllcors woro elected. Thomas Prudon, of
York, grand patriarch ; William Gould, of
Buffalo, grand high priest; Chas. V. Clark,
nf Vnrlr. craml scribe : GeortTo Smith, of
York, grand treaeuror; John T. hlte.of
Albion, grand representative.
Tlio to;al number of onoinipment mom-
bars is 3.070. Net incroaso during tho
year; COO. Total recoiptj, $18,409.70.
Tho following offlcors of tho grand lodgo
of Odd-Follows havo beon olcctcd for tlio
Grnnd master, E. S. Rolphs, of York ;
department grnnd mastor, L. Lucy, of Al
bany ; grand secretary, Clms. F. Clark, of
York'; grand trcasuror, Jacob Russoll, of
Yorkj grand representative, Wm, Witd
dnll. of Trov: erand wardon, Thos. J.St.
'John, of Ithaca.
KILLED IN A HOW.
Thomas Rowland was killed In a gener
al row at n pionlc, nt Now Hartford, by
llugli Jlcuoo, a rougn 01 mis city.
Mr.. Marcus Bradnor died, to-day, from
tho effects of bodbug poison administered
by horsulf. Domestiu infelicity was tbo
ST. JOHNS, N. B.
GRAND SCULLING RACE
St. Johns, N. II. Aug. aa. Tho great
scull raco fur. tho championship of tho
world came off this. morning. Tho boats
started nt 7:24 and led alternately for tlvo
minutes. At 7:33, tho St. John was ahoad,
and at 7:40 tho St. John's was tho only crow
rowing, the Tyno's crow having gono
ashore in consoquanco of Renforth being
takon with a fit. Tho St. John's crew
rowodovor tho courso, winning tho raco
In 40 minutes and 11 seconds. Renforth
died a few minutes after tho raco.
JEWEL FOR GOVERNOR.
Bortok, August 23. Ilctwuuti sixty and
seventy prominent geittlumcn, from dif
ferent nartsof the stato, hold tt meeting to
day and appointed u commltteo to tako
moasurea to bring Jewol's namo boforo
tno republican con.TOD.tion tor govaraor,
BULLETIN BUILDING, YTA8HINGT0N AV.
BRUTAL OUTRAGE ON A LIT
Littlk Rock, Aug, 23.On Monday of
last week a brutal outrago waa commlttod
on a llttlo whlto girl 13 years old, near
Wlllsburg, Cross county, named Sandors.
Tho fntbor of tho girl was absent In tho
woods splitting raits. At noon Mrs. San
dors wltn hor two boys took her husband's
dinner to him leaving tho llttlo girl at
nomo. ;uior taxing iuo ainnor -iirs. San
ders remained at tho house, of a nolchbor
during tho afternoon, sending ono of tho
ooya bacK nomo to remain with his sister
nntl leaving tho other ono with his fathor.
On arriving at homo tho littla hor mlmorl
Ills sister, but supposing sbo had gono to a
iiuignors oonr oy, uiougni no moro or it.
When tlio parents returned In tho even
ing, they boenmo alarmed for their daugh
ter, nnd sent to tho nolghbors, but could
hoar nothing of hor. Runners wcro sent
out and neighbors camo In, who continued
tho searcli during tho night.
About daylight tho body of tho girl was
found about twenty yards from tho houso,
With her throat cut, "hor porson outraged,
nd Uio knlfb still sticking in hor throat.
After searching for tho llend, n negro man
named Hnrris was arrested and charged
with tho deed. A temporary court was
organized, consisting of twolvo Jurors, who
decided to hang tlio negro, but better
counsel prevailed, howovcr, nnd it was
agreed that ho should havo n fair trial.
Tho noxt day ho was takon beforo n
magistrato and tho proof of his guilt was
overwhelming. At 0 p.m. tho court ad
journed ovor to tho next day, nnd tho shor
iir started to Jail with his prisonor. A ho
did so. a crowd of about 200 persons, white
and black, rushed forward and carried film
to tho spot whero tho deed was committed.
, . . . 1 . . '
uim wiuru uuug mm 10 a irco.
Tho peoplo, generally, regrot tho ncces
sity for tho act, but all join In agreeing
bUlt It WHS JUSt.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
ClNCI.v.VATr, August 23.
WHEAT Firm ntSl.14al.10.
CORN Firm at C2c. Receipts light.
WHISKY Declined to 89c.
MESS PORK Firm at S12.00. Held
LARD Hold at 0c but 8Jc is tho best
BULK MEATS In fair demand. Sales
shoulders 5c for citv nnd -13c for countrv :
sidos GJaSJaCc delivered nt a point in tho
BACON In fuir demand nt CaOl with
sales of 100 hhds. Ono lot clear rib sides
BUTT Kit Unchanged.
New Orleans, Aug. 23.
FLOUR-Dull. XX, $3 75; XXX, i?Ca
SO 121. '
OATS Quiet at 48a50c.
nAY Ensior at $32a33.
BRAN $1 05.il 07j.
PORK Firmor and held at $14, with
sales of 50 barrels.
BACON Dull at CJaTc ; rib, 7i; sides,
ST. Ldui&V ",,,n' n
St. Louis, August 23.
FLOUR Quiot and unchanged.
WHEAT Closed weak; No. 4 red ele
vator fl 00 ; No. 3, $1 13 ; No. 2, $ 3 27.
CORN Oflorings small; hold highor;
mixed, 47c; yellow, 48o; white, 4!a50c.
OATS Unchangod,- 32a34c in bulk; 37
BARLEY Firm j cholco No. 2 spring
05c; No. 1, 82; No.2 fall, 71a70c, skd.
RYE Dull and ensior ; prime Gb'c.
PORK $12 60.il3 for mess jobbing and
I1ACON Activo and hiirhor for sides:
shoulders, 0J; clear rib, 7Jtt7J ; clear sides,
jaec tor lobbing anu oruer 101s; ouik
shouldors, loose, 5c.
LARD Dull at Ojaiuc lor cnoicc.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
( Cures colio ami griping") l'rlre,
J 111 1110 iohci, llllil III 1 .a
I clllinto-i the process of (Cent
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r biiiuiiiPH o o n v uNlnnt 1 rrlfe.
ami overcomes nllilii.- I s;.",
iMixoji inciilrnt to In- ( Ccuti,
funis and children. I
I f Cents.
Liiren uiarrlien, iilin. I'rlrc,
inry luni xiiniiiii-r com
jilaint III chlliliciiot rill
Ilia Iho Great Iiifimt's and Children's Hoothlng
Heinoly in all tlliorderi broiiglit on by Teething
or any other oauni. Prepared by tho
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CELERR AT ED I JITTER COR DI A L
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE.
N. W. COIl.MIU FIFTH AND HACK HTM,'
.Hla a rollnl.lo Fnmlly Medicine, ami can be
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.ind will lOUiittT.iet thu ettccu of liquor liiaf w
tnitiitto. As Imlismitablo uvldenco odtt 111
ual nropertiea, wo uppiiid a few of tho many
llnc ate. ill our pokauaaion I
Jolmfon'a Depot, East Tcnn., and Va. R.
Jacob BcnaTrz. Eso. Dear Bin la.feusedth
Bitter I have oblaluod tiom you. and find them
to bo all thoy are recommended to he. I found
onu botlln to atlord me considerable relief, I teel
MUhous.li I caunotdo very well without them, 10
nty present ataieui ueaitn.
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fiutor Baptist I'assyank Cliurch,
rJold by W. l Allen , 33 Mm strvat Uubuqutt
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3D IR UGC3-IST,
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Wtiltiaker'a Old Ntmiil,
OrroiiTit Atheneuii, - . Cairo, III.
Pys particular attention lo filling alt physician
and family prescriptions.
aitn on nmn
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worth having. Agent for
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Warranted the beat Fever Killer known In this
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED,
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An excellent remedy In all diseases of the Kld
"eye, equally, a. oou or better
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also aoxxr roa
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III... well selected stock ot
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Um on hand
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CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
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Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
II TUt CITT.
D X AL R IX
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osotns raoMPTLT ruiiD:
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No. 70 Ohio Le ve-ey
given to Consignments
and tilling orderr.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customers with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
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