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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
LI FK INNUItAX.E.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERIC,
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Amount or Pomcies in FoKok Deo. 31.
Total Income to Sauk Date, . .
Nkt IxcnnAHE of Kisks in Fohce, 1870,
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urtOEl INCIIKAHE OP Hisks i.v FortCK,
Only two Companies In tho vtuil.l
MFNTSDIIf ,!'VVri?,.'t"',r,ll4: " '""'', right, the principle of LOCAL ifcVKMT
whWTo IN J-.ACH HrAnt, iti prorlluii In Hi Premium nr lte-lnsiiratico Kund.
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C3-233SrBE,.X. OIBICIE, ST. IjOXTIS, MO.
JAMES II. 1IKITTON, Picsidont.
Ilfcxnr W. Houoh, Vlco President.
Wm. Hanlky, Secrotnry.
U. r. Uuiinkh Attorney.
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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS. DEPARTMENT,. , ; J
K. 1. Uciii.i.n'oiiam, Mnunger. , , i,.ih
The lollowlDentmedKfntlotntnlioM'or cotitrl
V. W. Haiici.av,
II. W. Won,
II. H. Oaivdkb,
Coa. Uai.kiKku, 1
K. 8. Hkioham,
I'aui. G. Kciiuii.
Iru or Rule nnrt 1'lium hrrorf
Caul L. Tuouas,
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OLOSI3STC3- OUT A.T COST !
TJi phbllc rt ti(rtr netlflf U tht
BOOTS, SIIOKS, II ATS, CAPS, NOTION 8,' "K T Oj,
llclonging lo the- mtaleofthc l)c
AVI LL UK SOLD AT COST
AT THE OLD STAND, CORNER SIXTH STRKET AND OHIO LEVEE
ClIIO, - - - - IXililTOIS.
l',i0tf MRN. NCOTT -WHITE;
BUILDINGS FOR SALE.
1 will fell t public ills on Bliir(lr tlia 2Sl)i ilitjr
of AuguitM ( o'clock p.m.. nfil, tliebulMlBKn,
hedindoutljOuie lfut.i on the north-wi-.t
corner or Wunlnglon-tfenD nJ Flflh-lrnt,
Cslro, knwn h SIcKenile'i lumloromoe. Irn
InedliU poiiMtion will Ix Riren. Trrrnn, ou
htlf cuh, and tht blnee InCiuonttini notewilh
PproTtd tMnnty and Interest at ten pr ctnl.
will bo required.
If the property iold at prirale eal trforo
the dat name notice of turn ialewltlbn ulnolti
the Ilullttln. JU11N Q. HAIOIAN.
Cairo. Aug. It. 1871. .ltd
Tho itockkoldere of tlr Kntcrprlio Savings
Bank ol Cairo are hereby nollBed that an election
will be held at the CitrKationil liank on Mon
day, Beptemlier tl, for the election of aoren di
rector, i'olli open from ten to twelto o'clock
a.m. WiLTin HriLor,
OTICE ll hcrebr viven. that lealed nvnnAaaU
will be received at mv office, until 12 o'clock.
in., of Saturday, the Btti day ofSeptember, 1871, for
tbo building of a bridge acrcan Cache nver, oppo.
aite ine om utwa 01 udiij. according 10 plana ana
priflctlon now r.n Ulo in hit ottice, In the City
Partial bidding will eubmlt the name lit. For
ftllcaih In hand. 2d. Korl VD In I'ulmkl county
bondi, and 3(0n perional utcrlptloni, made
In aid of the building of aald bridge, nnd guaran
teed bj i'ulaikl county; the Utlmco ciuh In
Tbo contractor will bn required to complete
aid blidge on or before tto let day of January,
Wl, to the satisfaction of tho County Courts of
Alexander and l'nlukl counties. Payment will lie
made on completion of tho work.
Aug. Uth, 1971, County Clerk AlexanderCot
Notice is hereby siren that, whereas. William
J. Yost did, on tho tenth day of March, A. I),
Itot, by his certain chattel mortgago convey to
Harsh C. Kellogg, tho two story brick store
house lituatod on lot number U toj, In
Uaek number twenty-fire (25), In tho city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and stale ot Illinois,
together with tho leasehold of said lot, running
uatil the 1st day of January. A. D. 1874, with all
the appurtenances therennto belonging to secure
the payment of a certain promlsiary note bear
ing even daU therewith, given by laid William,
ttfaalk MM MM RlUt. hth.M.mantAl m --t
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ClWk f.U.. V. VMM WW, M ...w . BVB, UV
... Ill ..I. ,n lh Klnt.au! Kl.lTl.k
or eain In hand, the above ucscrl bed homo ami
. to latisry ine amount uue on saia.now. ,
U. Watsox Weis, J
Attorney tor barah c. Kellogg, Mortgagoo.
Cairo, Illi., Aug. 16, 18T1.
B. S.'BRIGIIAM, JI. D.
OIBii No. 1S8 Commercial avenue. Office
o. it. niainiireei.ua ro Illinois.
A. WADUYMAH, M. D.,
ltJtlit U 43 . a a i
WILLIAM! R. SMITH, M. D.
B8IDENCK Ko. 21 Thirtcenih street, bu
WISH VVMJIIWKIVU ITCHUD WAU IIHUI BtfUri
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0., W. DUNNING, flli'D.,
KfltDZNCE-conwNlnth ana Walnut its,
Crourt fremfl .m.toiimand9p.m
rnantnrnnr n itn iiidgi aauiA uuiu idvib.
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TO ARSORH PROFITS.
1870, - T .
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' - ' 20.000.lil0 00
1870, . . '. - J30.327.7B0 00
exceed lliln gross Inciranci ilnrlnir Ih:o.
"At'll HTATK A KKPUIMKNTATIVi: INTIIK
Kw-ir Cox-re, Sunt. Missouri Dept
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11 1 1 . 1 .1 j j v 1 1 1, 1 1 Aliit. 1 rumtiriir.
K. I.. Lkiioink, 31. D Mcd.Offlcor.
$o.uo Ihiumnce cue.., lo the Ufe Anoclluoi.
W. S. Kiisok.
ynu litnuro lu nnj- nilirr 'onipan.
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u o o n n.
tlicltrgc undlrnnRnlfictnt lfk of
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordinanc to prevent the running at
large of (eouit and) goats, and or other
BY. it ordained, by the City CoudoiI of the City
of Cairo . t
Uictiom 1, That it shall not be lawful lor toy
goat to run at Urge, within the limits of the laid
City of Cairo s and any person being the owner of
sny goat, or having charge or control of the same,
as ageut or otherwise), who shall permit such goat'
to run at large, in any street, avenue, or public
ground ol said city, shall forfeit and pay to said
city a sum not less than five dollars, nor more
than twenty five dellars, for each aud every
hc. S. All the provisions of in ordinance, en
titled "An Ordinance to restrain hogs from run
ning at large within the limits of thj City," and
numbered 113, bn and the same are hereby re
enacted and made a part ol thli ordinance,
Bc. 3. It shall not be lawful for any cow, goat,
horse, mule, ox, bull, sheep, or swtno, to wsar a
bell within the limits of said city: and any person
being the Owner of any of laid animals, or flavmg
charge of the same n agent or otherwise, who
shall permit thorn or any of them, to wear a bell
within tha limits of said city, shall forfeit and
bay to ald city a aum not less than five dollars,
nor more than twenty. Dye dollars, for each and
every oltonco; and, In addition, ten dollars for
each and e err Uay such animal shall continue
to wear such bell after the first conviction for
such otfeDce undor this ordinance. Provided,
however, that the wearing of any bell by any
horse or mule, when in harness and attached to
auy vehicle, shall not be considered a violation
of this ordinance.
Approved, JOHN M. LANSDEN,
SI. J. Howtsv, City Clerk.
August 19th. 1171.
ORDINANCE NO. 122.
lr Ordinance to amend Ordinance So. 4$,
and fur other purposes,
BE It ordained by the Cily Council ot the City
Miction I, That said Ordinance No. it), be. and
the same la hereby amended, by adding at the end
ol the first section, the words "or any tin. iron
or wooden box. mn. not. can. hulti nin Annn.
nr any description nf earthen, glasi, crockery, tin
or wooden waro whatsoever i or any old boot,
shoo, hat, rags, or olcthlng; or any tree or bush
or portions of the ismei or any old lumbar;
shavings, straw, manure, hay, grass, vegetables;
garbage, rubbish, orotlal, or slops from dwelling
houses ; or any offensive, foul, or nauseous liquid
or substance nrovided the nmvfalnna nf thU nr.
dlnance shall not apply to any building materials.'
merchant! le. or articles that may bo temnnrarlW
deposited on the streets or avenues, to be used or
ri'iuuieu, aono any vegoian:oa, ouai, or garbage,
placed in a box or barrel at the side of the street,
for removal: and Drovlded. also, that if anv earth
or nhesaro deposited In the streets or nvenuos,
thoy shall he spreail evenly over the lurtace ol the
middle of the tame.
Bcc. 2. It shall not' bo lawful for any person or
persons to permit any slops, orfou'.otfeauve or
nausroas liquid or substance to be discharged, or
i i Pr 'rom or oul 01 DV premises occupied
j'y win, her or them, inlo aav; stieet or avenue,
Si Jn.. adjacent premises j and every person
r.i. nJ B'ne Provisions of this section shall for-
SS? SIHJ,n0"fn,c"'n,1.,e'"1"lri a day additional
ki. . i ua. ""cr conv ctlon, under
the front of all houses In tho city all yVgfea ,
and dry kitchen oltal, or overy derlptlSnrpro
Tided the eamo ti placed In boxes or barrels, a .d
placed in convenient locnllona In fr!
houses, bofore the time fixed for iuch removal T
nnd that suoh removal shall be mado, from 'the
first day ef December to the flnt day of March,
once a week t from the first day of March to the
inn. u win iiviii uret uay oi Bon.
tember to tho first day ol Dceembor, twice In
each week I and from tho first day of Juno lo tho
ntii uay ui poim-uiiier, six uuys in earn week :
ttudthst notice shall bo given by said Comptrol
ler of tho time of such removal, by publication,
In the newspaper publishing the ordinances of
tho city, any arrangement made by tho Comptrol
ler for the purpose above specified, to be by hlia
reported to the City Council, in Joint session con
vened, for approval by them.
Approved, JOHN M. liANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest, M. J, Howi.it, City Clerk.
Auu, 19, 1871.
Q0K9, pamphlets, briefs, catalogues, news.
' DaDera. tax Hats, and every variety nf eitn.
slvo printing conlrnoted for, and proroytly and
rpeoifliy executed,, in the Bulletin book, lob,
and newspaper binding establishment, '
l'tln. Ton lioiirN In nh miico
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A PLATFORM OP TiMi lhiU
JAMES R. DOOLITTLH N0INli
TED FQJl GOVERNOR.','
HISkSPEKUH 'ACOEPTINci fii'E
NOMINATION'.' ' j.s i i
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The toloi-rnplilc report to The lli;ti.n-
tik y-'lot'duyf Crtnlrtlncil eo matiT errors
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Hint wo ro-piiblis'n it this indrhlt
corrocioa lyrni.j ,
Madihon, Auiiust 2.J. Ihn ddiiiooruUe
stnto convention mrl hero to-day,, J-U'
delotralW'beine proctit, out ol 200 U. niHo
a full convention. f
II. L. Paltncr, of Jlihvaukoo, wusclioscn
Tircsitiont. loiiowing ,
wcreadonlod'!' : ' "
Tho renrMefitittives of tho demfcerhtfe
tikrtv oi Wiecontin. in etnta 'convention
Miombled, hcrpby J
in. x uui wb iiuiiu wuii jiriui ui int;
economical 'ndmfn'ntrnlion nnd tbo llthfted'
'amount of tttzation that prcVftlleif Irfl th'o.
itaio unar uamocralic. rule, ns conCrmtcd'
with tho onormoui taxation and proll
oxpcnuituroi ot tno iucccouit;g ropu
itaio nuministrntion; arm timt mo
cratic nartv. if restored to towur..v
hcrve 'th'e tnost Wgld ccorlomy and ruform
In ovory department ot tno ttuto gdvorn
ment. aiu IV I
2d. That tbo wiac restrictions ctiftctt-d
in the 10th amendment to thq nniionil
convention, reserving to tbo StiitM ripoc-
tively, and to the people, allfpowcrJ now
delegated to tlm United Stales, is oiin of
tno strongest eaicguarus to popuinrlirco
dom ; that tho acts of congress nnd tho
fodOTar adtaioUlratlon .iwprpng 'piwon
riot' ""delcgatwl," and tho corfstnnt
broaking down of distinctions bctwodn tl.a
powers of Statu government and thoso of
tho general government, nro destructlvo
to constitutional liberty, and thrcatcji.tbo
overthrow of our existing form of govern
ment; that we denounce, tho centralizing
tondency of the general government) tho
frcauent attempts of the ncents of tha fed-.
oral administration to interfere in local-'
3d. That wo aro In favor of a tnrifl' for
revenue, only j that under tho pretext of
raising n revenue, within the past ten
years, tho national congress has established
and continues that enormous robbery of
tho masses for tho enrichment of tho few,
known as the protective tariff system,
which has swept our commerce from- tho
seas and fettered nnd oppressed every ag
ricultural pursuit, a system which the re
publican party, In congros". perpetuates,
and from which tho people" may bono for
relief only through tbo restoration of dem
ocratic, rulo. , .
4th. That, by corruption and proflcacy,
the present administration hnvo Squand
ered a largo portion of tho national (do
main, and cnounous sums from tho national
treasurv: that it is no answer to this com
plaint that thoy have paid somo portion of
ine national acbi, lor oy a wiso anu econo
mical use ofc tbo immenso revenue, which
if nnprocedontcd, a muebgrcator reduction
in tbo debt would bavobcen accomplished.
Biit'tbe" democratic party opposss oppres
sive taxation for the mere sabo of a speedy
payment of tbo dobt ; bolloving Unit, by
wisdom and justico in' tho adjustment; of
taxes, nnd economy in the expenditure, tho
national debt may bo paid with sufficient
rapidity, with but a light burden upon tho
industry and resources of tho people, and
that wo aroVjpposed to nil forms of na
tional repudiation, cither of thu debt or tbo
pensions nnd bounties duo tho soldiers. .
6th. That, as' the late umondments to
tho constitution hnvo been decided, by tbo
nroncrlv constituted authorities, to bo nart
of tho fundamental law of tho land, they
aro. binding upon tno peopio: Urn I too
democratic party now, ns' In tho' pnlt,
know no higher law than the constitution ;
that tbo timo honored principles npplid
by its framers and accepted by tho wisest
statesmem and jurists of tho country,
should bo observed in nil legislation by
congress in regard to tho constitution nntl
its amendments ; that the democratic party
is opposed to tho withdrawal of civil or
political rights from any cliiss of peo
pio, and that wo donland tho removal of
all political disqualifications.
Cth. That tho' defalcations, embezzle
ments and corruptions of tho national ad
ministration, anu tho prostitution of legis
lation to tho demands of unscrupulous lob-
by ism and greedy monopoi).-u itfot nation,
al scandal and disgrace, nnnost tlangorf
ous blow to thopubllc credit, nnd nn
intolerable outrngo on tho tnx-pnvcrs of
7th. That, as tho representatives of n
constitution-loving and law-abiding party)
wo deprocato -,and , donpunco overy out-!
broak of lawlessness mid violcnccy whether!
committed at tho north or south, and that;
,th acts -of congres9vhicbnuthorlzo'tho)
employment", of tliostandjng army to gar
rison tbo places wliord elections aro to bo
hold, nnd to constitute, ft local polico in tho
states, and which empower tlio otlicors of .
the federal administration to intorposoiull-1
Itary forco for tlio'purnoso of ovorawing
political conventions of tho people, nro
subvdrslv6 6f 'fr'c'o "government nnd n per
potual monnco to public liborty,
8tb'. 'Tbatiwiillo tho pcoplo'oi this coun
try hope to extend tho blessings of our
form of covemmcnt bvor tho cntlro conti
nent, the course pumiod by tho national
administration in its efforts to annex Han
Domingo was an unjustifiable, usurpation,
and a wicked aitompt, and was for tha un
worthy purposes of personal gain.
,9. That whllo It is a stato duty to fostor
all. proper public Improvements of tho rlv
ors" within our bordors, that tho character
of tho-improTomonts begun nnd prbJoctoiV
,on"tho'Fox and "Wisconsin rivers, jind, the
boncfits to bo' dorlvod. therefrom, nro sucli
that.it ii-jijiulloniil 'eohcornpwhich'Bhounr
bo porslstontly prossod upon tho attention
of thogonornl govorntnent;'
"WriETiKAB, Ilollovlng Uint 119 past hab
its of associAtlon (aqd' partisan utlilintlnii
should prov'c'nt thocltizons of a fruo coun
try from co-oporating togotliur for tho sue
coss of principles tbnt nro necessary for itho
publlo'safoty and vital to tho causo q( good
government, therefore, , , . '
liesolved, That wo comiiiond tno princi
ples horolii announced th, tlm calm and
candid Judgmont of lite' pboplo" of nl pur
tics in ilto itateyiind wo sollclt in (hefr b-
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST
hnlf nnd fur tho findidiilci 'norntnatod
upon tho prntfond: tlifr support nnd uf
'frgo of nil our henklpduutrlottc folio w
cltizen. . ' ' ' 'a 'x' -
.Ifimes II. DoblitUo wm- notntnntcd for
covcrnor by U'J but or 14 votcl. Hu ac
wjited It In a ciirofulfy proprtrod ipeocli,
hoping ho might doouif;ilnt! Id Bttvocon
JtltUtlonftl libn'rtv. anil, rornibllciiri institu
tions, in stlbUrthco us,,voll rts.Jn nmne. llo
bnclly rovictTtdllio hffiff. of tho country
Mnco.tho tiopenl ,n( ilid ,UiBoUrl coinpro
tnlBc, rind tlt war omnpplpati)nproclHtna
lion and Uip.lCtli. iitiiomlmciil itbolisbliiK
slavery, wiicii ;i'J iuhv cnuon.cu. iiu
clnitua UtM Lincoln anu. Johnion touht
rbcdnstrifiittdn, tho progervftliou of rights
bf Statci; but spiral, of .oyil woro unloos
Vficd, '0,11,3 ttiircgnrdiui; Jo.ithf, pledget
ftrid llio cotutilutip,ntlt)io radicnh forced
n ' plan of Vcoontrj!pHcn outjido
tho;coii4tit)ifion by,mjlltft-y.dcspotiiiu nnd
groM tiJur'pntto'n Thp supr.no;court was
Tccon-siruitid, to at not W interfero tritlt
tho, rbvoJUtipnary duir.gt nntl cruel op-.
prcMlon.of'.ttjo Into imUrroctioniifv itntdj.
iiarcgnry.;a,tii(i rourtcnlli niul lifteonth
COlIrt tlliH lliev. Wura tinerinitllminri.il
VliirSntdic haw luiimniiiinnu ii ml iL!ifrifi
'Uicur quttljoU o. wJi.pli hu regiirjdd int.,
,trol tM elcctiotii,. wliloii would be rppitg-
li.-mt to tiptfe'niocrjitV' Nrgro free loin and
1 ."'"a" "V.u .iuujiiriieuvu IUUH apti
could not bo undutio,, nor lid ho la-liovo
i-iis ui'iiiocrncL iicrirtxt in tin su.
A general nmnestv suns to rustoro char.
ftctftT nnd mtellionco, lo a voico' I it Qitti
cnt afl'tiri, tV(is. tho rom'tdy domnnded.
Tho grealcs liiua of llio day .was thu resto
ration of tb'jgpv'wnmri)t ,to .tho, basis of
our futhor.,,,!igaitisl,.lhe ruiliiiftlgniaitluit,,
the states' Jind ,tio rigliU tblit ihui futlqr.nl
attlhorlty'VA bouifd to rpspoct., .Hil cloittd
vltlt an cttrncst appeal to nil lovers of their'
country to diimlvs burled Issuea.and rally
to trio salvstjorijdr republican luslillitiuns.,
. oTii;:n xpmtnationW J
ilr. John A.s Uicoiwas nomlnntil lieu-tcnnnt-go,vornoii;
sccreUry of stato.; Urton Klaus, tronknrer;
pJwanlS. llragg, .attorney general;' L.K.
JoiinSon, strito. -prisotii coiOmllondr. X.
ii. Parker, 6uneri;ilorolcnt -of- public in
struction, nntl- JiicuV .U. Odcn; eofnmit-
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SUBSCRIPTIONS ' TO TH E
NON-ARRIVAL OF THE PRESI
N ashi.voton, D. C, August 21. Tho
""'"j ui inu iri'.tsury department ro-
commends in a letter to tho secretary of
ciuic, unscu upon an ouiciat despatch, trom
jiuiiswir low, iiiaiitiero i. no interven
tiOn bv tho ITnitOf! fttnfn !ii '1t rnmifrtnt.
tbo light houses on tbo const of China, bu
being of the opinion that tho Chinese gov
ernment will, in time, fulfil its obligations
5n this respect.
Tho daily Chroniclo oillco was seren
aded last cTcning by tbo grand artnv of
tho republic to indicato Uioir upprovnl of
tbo courso that paper has taken in favor
of removing political oppdnonls front tho
departments, und appointing union sol
diors to fill their places. .From ono to two
thousand persons-were present.
The non arrival of tho president bora
to-uay nas utsappointcd many who seemed
nnxious to sco him.
r amcnuriKnit unialrly ntlpptOU. bllt
wyo,on.fy turrjo poiihlaytyi of u
The subscriptions to tlio now loan, mado I for somo timo nt Frankfort, will bo trnus
direct to tlio treasury, up to noon, amount- ferrf d to Versailles.
eu to ?AtJ!,uuo, in addition to .lav Cooko
& Co., who report receipts to tby'nmount
of nbout 57,000,000.
Tito acting secretary of the interior will
grnnt ten day's leavo of nbsenco in addi
tion to the usual leavo of absenco of ona
month to each Ponnsylvanian in tlio de
,part.ncnt. who wish tuattvnd tho coming
election in that stato, provided such addi
tional leavo is ticcestary to cnablo them to
.Subscriptions tc-day to tho now loan
nmount to $ll,Rno.ooo. It is anticipated tho
bnlnnco of thu loan will bo closod itnmcdi
ntclyfund thosubscriptious bo tiled in or.
dor thai tho reception ot'thoso in excess of
S50.000.000 bo resorved for snlo to tlio na
tional banks will bo roturncd.
Tlio area of high baromotur, which was
AVedncday nftcrnoon in Now Jing
lntid, has oxtended Southward with in
creasing pressure, nnd is now off Cnpu
iiatiunM. ooutu anu soutncnstcriy wintis
liavo been very gonorully reported dur
ing tho day from South Carolina to .Maino,
with cloiuiy and variable woatber. Local
rains' hnvo been roportetl from Now-York.
Itain fell last night at most of tho stations
nortlKMSt or lioorgin.. Smoko nnd Ihiko
still conliiiuo from Mlclilgan to Now
York. .Littlo.showors vere'rep'ortctl lat
niglit from tlio lower lakes. Cloudinen
has increased ,vory generully In Jlississip
pi and tlio Ohio valley, nnd a sevoro local
storm Is now reported from Southeni Illi
t VlWAJIIUTIlK" '
Tho barometer wll probably continuo
to fall along tho Atlantic coast with rising
tcnipcraturo .and . .light- Houtb-wt-slerly
winds from Vtrglnia to Now Hnglnnd.
Tlio conditions uro favurahlo for local
storms ovor this small ar,ca to-night nnd
Friday. TI16 baromotnr will continuo
higli ,wltli clear anil pleasant woathor on
tho upper lakes. A cyclono is probably
ndvnnclng north-westward and upon
southern Florailn,,, , .
l ' -ri
STRUCK ,DV LTGUTNIXH.
,J'KIKi ..JNi 3"ho. rusUluticii. of Alfred
King; mityor of Krfo, 'Vas struck bv light
nine this morning, touring 11 largo portion
of tho roof to atoms, nntl splitting chim
ney from top- to'boUonf.
j AT imiT.U.0
I Huri'Ai.o, Aug. -21 Tlio Ilnyinnltors
flolenled tl;o( Nlugarii club of thU city'
to-day; Hy n scorn of fortytonu to ton, "
ONE-TIITRI) OF THE COUNTRY
MEETING' OF THE DUBLIN AM
PEARS OP TROUBLE IN PARIS.
THIRTY PERSONS KILLED BY
Lo.vnov, Aug. 21. Foarful misory pre
vails in .Southern Hungary.
One-third of tho country is undor water.
In conscrpttneo of bad administration
tho dams wero suffor'dd to fall Into ruin,
nnd thus flooded extensive tracts of land
which wero reclaimed dtirlnt? tbo re! in nf
-Maria Thorcsa nnd mndo fruitful with
grain-Holds, hnvo gono lo waste. Added
to this aro tho unusual storms of this
cnon', and the exccsslvq severity of tho
tho government in collecting arrcar taxes.
Vinovards, grain-fields, and trcts oven,
havo been stripped of their leaves. Tho gov
ernment Is seizing for taxes tho calllo of
tho peasants. Somo villages owo an amount
of arrears greater than tho valuo of their
wnoio proporty. Agriculture, tra-Jo and
Industry nru gcnorally ruined nnd fnmlno
Tho Times special from I'arls stntcs.tbat
tho rpiestlbn ot tho assembly Is causing ex
citement, ntid Unit grave' consequences aro
THE AMKK8TV ASSOCIATION1
of Dublin will bold a moetinir nt l'tmnli
park, on September 3d, to petition tho
'lueun tor too liberation 01 political pris
oners. THE LIVONIA.
C'ommodoro Ashbury's yacht. Livonia,
starts on tho 31stof Augustfor New-York.
by 1,500 workman has occttrrod at Lo.1ds.
Thcro Is considerable oxcitnment ovor
tbo election of a member of parliament to
tako tho placo of Chas. Uuxton.
Tho Uritisli commissioner of tho "Wash
ington treaty sails on Ssptcmbcr 3d, ac
companied by tho eldest son of Stallbrd
Lothior as sccrotrry.
Tho stoamshtp Larifn arrived nt Queens
VKIIS.VILLC, Aug. 21. 11111 nf (lainbet
ta, now under consideration of union donu-
ties in assembly, proposes tbo dissolution
J " I J' - VJ'U. -J 4 lilJ.UIIIklUll
of tho nntional tissombly. on tho ground
tuai us uisctissions proveu iruittcss.
I'akih, Augut lit. La France say
nn understanding lias been reached be
tween tho committee of tho assembly nnd
tho government, respecting tho dissolution
of tho Nntionnl Gunrds, nnd that a discus
sion on tho subject, in tho n'sembly, nnd a
conflict over tbo disarmament, uro both
It was rumored on tho llourso, this uf
tcrnoon, that an attompthad been mado to
nssnssinnto Kine Amadus of Snain. nnd it
was ndded that tho king received no injury.
iiio report neous continuation.
In tho trial of Assl bofuro thocourt mar
tial to-day, his counsel boldly charged tho
Versailles troops with using petroleum
shells during tho seigo of Paris.
Thocourt promptly silenced tho nccusers
nnd pronounced tho assertion ns infamous.
It is reported that tho negotiations bo-i-ecn
Franco nnd (Jcrmniiy, In reenrd lo
tho evacuation of French territory oy the
German trOOIlS. which hns been parrii'd nn
Dbiilik, August 24. Tho .oituug to
day catogorically denies tho reports of an
unfuvorublo turn to tlio negotiations at
Gastien, nnd that a coolness has sprung
up between tbo emporors of Germany anil
Somo journal says that no special ar
rangements wero intended to bo mado at
KILLED II V I.I0.1ITNINO.
ItOME. AuiTUSt 21. In Hoi nr!lil. Tinlt- n
church was struck by lightning nnd thirty
two persons killed or injured.
Sr. Joii.vh. Atirii3t 21 Tlio
Tyno crow nay that Kcnforth should not
tiavo roweu, ns I10 was subject to
Minting ilia under n stato of oxcitomcnt.
Tho progrmmo is disnrrangod for tho
presont, nnd no lurtlior enterics havo been
Fifty special polico havo boon sworn In
In anticapation of thonrrivnl of suspicion
Tlioro must havo been from fifteen to
twenty thousand spectators present.
Whon llenforth droppod his oar, both
crows paused n moment, and tho Tyno
itirneii, iiuiKiiig lor snore. Kcuiortli ral
lied for few moments after ho reuchod Ii is
hotel, nnd was able to speak. Violent
twin, however, ensued with discharges of
blond ami mucus matter from his mouth,
und scvoru purging.
Tho symptom ol his diseusq point tu tho
operations of drugs, but nosuspecions nro
nttnehed to tho St. John's crew.
Tlio coroners will mako 11 thorough in
visitlgatiim. Tlio principal winners nro tlio American
backurs, nnd tho Tyno crow nnd por.
sons from tho enst nro tbo chief losors.
MEETING OF EX-CON FEDER
St. Louis, August 2-1. Tho Kupublicnn
has a dispatch from Iluntsvillo, -Mo., sav
ing that about 1,209 ox-confodorates us
sciiibled nt tho Itoanoku fair grounds to
dny. General Shelby, Col. Sbtbaek and
dipt. Collins wero called out nnd mndo
speeches. The utmost good feeling pre
vailed, nnd politics wero not ulluded to.
Among tho resolutions passed was 0110 Unit
declared It was tho duly nf all to turn
their backs upon tho pilot mid grasp man
fully tho duty and responsibilities of tho
APPLICATION KOIl AN IXJUNITION.
An application nas mado
implication nas mado to Judoo
Dudley, of tho circuit court, tu-day, by
Judge Clover, counsul, for tlio comnanv.
for art 'Injunction to mttaln tlm salu of
tho North Missouri railroad, undor thu
ftiruelosurq of tho iwuml murtgugo bonds,
advertised to take' plttcy oil thq 2litlt lust.
BULLETIN BUILDING, YASHINGT0N AV.
Nrw YortK, Angust 21. Direct Intolll
gonco, by steamer, from San Domingo,
reports country tranquil. No disturbance
1"VnLn'! occur'l Ineo tho rout of Cabral.
Tho financial situation of San Juan was
roliovcd by tho report of tho proceedings
of tho United States toward San Domingo,
and tho friendly tono ef tbo roport of tho
United States commissioners, which bolng
circulated through tho country, was pleas
Ing lo tho pooplc.
Jiaoz was propnring to colobrato tho
nniilvorsaryof tho Dominican victory over
Kxnlanntlon has boon demanded ns to
tho courso of President Sagot In permlt-
tln- f I 1 ..... I .!! -.'.!
.ing v.nunu Miusa xuiiiiiiit:iiii iruiuinrs.
Sugar and tobacco crops aro both largo.
Tho Tribuno publishes additional
.charges iigainst tho mismanagement of
quarantine under Health OlCcor Car
noclian, saying that transactions during
tho period of four months show that somo
of tho principal merchants wero compelled,
under tho regulations of Dr. Carnochan,
to lighten their goods unnccossarily In the
lighters of a company, whiolt paid him a
bribo of $ 10,000 fur tbo pri vilego of charg
ing throe prices for tho work: consequent
ly, two-third of tho amount In ovory rase,
and all In many cases, is deliberate steal
ing. Tho sale of tbo elevated railway has
been crdored by tbo court, to tako placo
on tho 1 6th or Soptcriibor, to satisfy its
creditors. It Is expected that the amount
rccelvod for it will not exceed tho valuo
of the material.
Tho Tribune is dissntisfiod with tho
preposition of tho mayor for tho investi
gation of tbo city accounts by a select com
mittee, and thinks tho investigation can
bo. mado by tlio pcoplo when tlio accounts
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Oulkans, August 21.
FLOUR Drooping, SI.O'JJj XX, f5.C2J;
OATS Finn nt 4tin00c.
HAY Dull; choice, $32.
UKAN Quiet at $1.07J.
PORK Held nt $14 ; buyers tiering
UACON Nominnl, C ju7 ; rib, 7 j; sides,
WHISKY Dull; ordinary, i)2l; choice,
SUGAli, .MOLASSES it COFFEE I
Cincinnati, Aug. 21.
FLOUR In cood demnnd: family.
WHEAT Firm nt SU-tnUG.
COHN Scarco and firm at 62c.
11 YE Opened dull and sold nt C5c for
No. I ; but a bettor demand nrosc, nnd
prices advanced. Sales at C8c.
COTTON In good demand, nnd prices
advanced to 18J.
WHISKY Stoady nt 89c.
PROVISIONS Firmer, and holdors
nsk higher prices generally.
MESS POUR Held nt $12 75.
UACON Hold i hitiher.
IlUTTElt & CHEESE Unchanged
New YoitK, Auiust 24.
GOLD Dull, at 112c, but cliquo mako
shorts pay J to 1 per cent, por day. Mo
ney more nimminnt, being freely oilered at
91 nn. nnnl "
j r,u- vvm..
Milwaukee, August, 21.
WHEAT Firmer at fl.lOJ for No. 2.
SI ITCH M. INI'.O VS.
A Victim of early indiscrotion, raining nervous
debility, prematura decoj, etc., hiiving tried In
vain try advertised remedy, has discovered a
Klmple mean of self.cure, which ha will send
Ireu to hU fcllon-suirercrs. J. II.Ufku, No. 71
Van iau street, New-Vorlt. nugltwly
'I'lll- regular nnniml lermofthn Law School
jl win upen nn vte.inc.iuay, uotnbor Uth, Ik.I
r u I course, two term. .iv nn,.tli. n.nt. c,..
by application on or beAjro October 7th, 1S71.
V.sV.V". r,L"0 " w l"r '"""" '"or particulars
-h.mij iomt 01 j.atv j-acuity,
203 NORTH :trJ St., ST. LOUIS, MO,
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tlio Forty-Third Atnuuil Session of tho
TJZSri -V IE -R, S I T IT
Will open on Monday ftepl. Illi, '71
This lit tlio only Institrlion of I.earnlds ill llm
west, having beeueatHlilished in l.".i. Thueuiiriu
ot siiuiiei ii-r everv l.icinty ror iu'iiurlig a
thoruiigh I'Usmcul and Cniiiiiierulul t'lliieation,
C.ttnlogiieM containing Instruction to unreal
luidfitl particulars, will l o sent nn nidlli'Atioii to
lliv Ml. HTUNTIillKCU.H, J.
I'lt'Hi.lent, W. I.otil University,
riMIKnext regular eiurso of lectureH in thN,
I. llio i'iusi .lieuieiii iMiegti west ui inn .1114.11NH
.I river, will eoniiu. nee on ihn'.ith ot iMobor,
li;i, itnaconiiiiiiti ior live iiinniiii. A prelimin
ary courso Mill commence on thu lstli of riepieiu-
The cost of a full eourso of leoture 111 Ihn In
klllulion, inelticllng Miiitrlculiition and leinou-'
stntlioiifeeH, i SliU'
l'ni''lil oner of long standing vt III bo mliiiitted
10 cimdlilitov for nrndilutluii by attemhtig into
courso. for further p-trtli'iilursa lilre.
JOHN ri. MOOItH, M. II.,
lenn ol IVnlty, Vo.wi Vlpiitrt.,rl, Louis, Mo.
WOOD! WOOD I! WOOD!!!
Tha undersigned will furnish
1 1 All!) AND DRY WOOD
Ah t'Uertt, II" not 1'lienper
llun iiny wood denier In Calm, Leave orders
on the Hlaies nt' tho 1'ostollleo ittiJ at Iloss' coal
JW, tin Commercial avenue, between Teulh and
...i-tiwt p,i,'v.s, Ui.lIU, llliouts. I gITU gOO
iviwastirtvaitd will ford the wood up If desired.
PAUL O. SCIIUH,
it 1: h o v 1: ii.
Wlilllnkrr'N Olil Miami,
Orrosnr. Athkneuh, . . Caiho, III.
Pays partlctiUr attention to filling ill physician
and family prescriptions.
tm ov iusd
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
HKENN FEVER TONIC,
Vfarrantod tho best Kover Killer known In this
NO CURE MONEY REFUNDED.
BUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all diseases of the Kid-
irji, i-ijuaiij, ns poou or belter
than UemlwM's. and lor
Also agist roa
IliimiiUrey'ii Uomeopbatlsle Spcclflca.
Illi- well selected stock of
Of every description cannot be
surpassed by any estab
lishment ot the
kind in tho
150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Hna on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
! Till C1TV,
Ohio Lkvek, i i : : : : Cairo, III.
ORDIKS PUOUrTLT VILIID.'
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
Xu. 70 Olilu Levee,
C A I It O, ILLINOIS.
""v?,1"'01''1 f"el""" B'wn to CoMlgnment
nd tilling orders.
CAIRO CITY COAL
U prepared to supply cuitomoii will, tlio best
PITTSRURt AND ILLINOIS
Uhwrle tltitel, will recevs prompt atU&tlonu
side steamers at any hour. ; tattl