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JOHN H. ORERLY & CO.,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
UK MOST LTCCt'J4HI iU UXVV. lSU
AifOUXTOF Policim IX Force Dec. 31.
Total Incomk to Same Date, - .
Net Incrkahic of Rikh in Force, 1870,
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GndH.s Ixcreahk of Hiskh i.v Force, 1870, .... $30,327,730 00
Only, two Companies In tho world
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C3-H2SrOE3E.Ii OPPICE, ST. liOTTIS, IVTO.
JAM ES II. MUTTON, Picsidcnt.
Hknky W. Houoii, Vice president.
1. 1. Buiineh. Attorney,
uo.v. wm. uaknkh, Consulting CoutucI und Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DKl'AltTMKNT.
E. P. IJccuxuiiam, Mnnagor. ' 1
CAIBO BRANCH BOARD.
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J. .M. Phillips,
It. S. IlKHIHAM,
Pavi. O. Sciiuii.
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lra our KAfm im1 l'lniiM he fort-
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CLOSIILTG- OTJT .A.T COST !
Tlip public are hi reby nolir.cii that
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, -NOTIONS, ETC.,
HflungiiiK to thp i .titfcf the lite
"WILL 1JE SOLD AT COST
THE OLD STAND, COHNEll SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
CAIRO, - - - - XXjXjX2TOXQ.
BUILDINGS l'OH SALE.
ornrtat t o'clock jp.m.. tut, ItabullJiBi,
la Mil outtioutci itfuateJ on Um nortli-tit
U DOiilon w III lie BiTpn. TPimi. ons
Cain, aad the balance In 6 month.; note with
the propprtr t.iold prltate tale Lcforo
1 nimn nm ra nr utiri .. I rA a t.n in
ifO. AU((, 1, 1871. di4
a aupkbalilrfl nf thn Knuirnri.n SATlnva
ol oalro are nareur nollnediuat an election
neia anno uiir naiionii imuk on hod.
Beptpmlier 'tli, fur the election of rtn dt.
tiuc la nereuT viven. inai uraieii nroDouia
f BaturdaT, the Hell dar of Septetntx r, 1K71, tor
tllldin2 of a bridge acroia Cache river, oiiio.
he old town of Unity, according to .lm and
noatloni now (.n file In my olTicc, in the Cliy
i. and S3i0 in ncmonal tulcrlrtloni. made
orthebulldtni:or naid undue, und Kuurtn.
by 1'ulaiki county ; the tulancc ciuh In
contractor will bo reaulrod to comnlete
to the tatiafactlon of tho County Courta of
JACOB 0. LYNCH,
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leeitnereDr Riren that, wnereaa, William
-. -Ill l.-ll. .1 II . V. a
by nia certain chattel mortgage contey to
v. neiiogg, ino iwo tiory uricx aiore
iLnatiwI nn Int numliAP nlf IC1. in
number twanty.flro (23), In Hie city ol
rnuatr of Alexander and ataia nt Illinois.
the lit day ol January. A. 1). Wl. with nil
neiaBanaaa naHiiniA ita nn n nn i r ttmt n r
to mm naranxi xtuoag tor mo aum oi
y.ajuw nuourou uouara fs,auuj, payaoio
IlkM baeu mado In the iiayment ot a part
ootf , to aaeuro tua payment whereof said
aa wm awa anna j x iivi vhi
U MWTtif i n luuii'iugiT. an
IDV IIVUIII w w w viut m. m, put
p.m t umdfty.Mme wamiifs, pro
Mil M public Ml4i to lh hiylienl bidder.
4n Dttu. tuo ftoovo aecritcu nouieaaii
loMUiIjrtlioftmpuntUue on -md note,
H. S. BRIOHAM, M, D.
A. WADOYMAR, M. D.,
Anaa, Union county, linuom, una per-
a. tietwaen Emhlh and Mntli stroeta West
1 1 ik mi t r Nn vi 'nirififiniri Nirpri. imi
tiat nAinmuM il tvnniifi tin stiilrfl.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
IDKNOE ornerninm auu nainui an,
boon from 0 .m. to n ni., sou p.in
AN7H I U ill lr.1r A T tfM (if tuv a a w i. . . tit
TO AHSORH PROFITS.
- 3.074.788 80
exceed lhi irroim Increaso during 1b70.
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Felix Cohte, Supt. Missouri Dept.
K. L. Lemoink, M. D., Med. Officer.
.iuiin n, i-kituiiaiiii, Treasurer.
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.lOHX II. OlIKHI.T,
you limtire lu muy olbpr Company.
Hie large and" ninflnlticent l k ol
MUM. Ht-OTT WHITE.
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordirtane to yreicnt tht running at
large of (fowi and) goalt, and for other
BY. ft ordained by the City Council of the City
BtCTiOK 1, That it ahall not ba lawtul tor any
roat to run at larae, within tha llmlta of the aald
City or Cairo s and any perton being the owner of
any goat, or havtng charge or control of tho name,
aa agent or olherwiae, who ihall permit audi goat
to run at large, in an? atrtet. avenue, or public
ground ol aaid city, ahall forfeit and pay to aaLl
city a aum not leia than lite dollara, nor more
than twenty Are dellara, for eaon and etery
Htr. 1. All the prorlalofia of an ordinance, en
titled "An Ordinance to restrain hoga from run
nlngat large within the llmlta of tlu City," and
numbered 113, bo and the aame ara hereby re
enacted ami made a part of tkla ordlnanoe.
Kte. 3. Ii ahall not ba lawful for any cow, goat,
borne, mule, ox, bull, ahaefj, or awlac, to wear a
bell within the liiniU of aald aity; and any person
being the owner of any of aald animals, or having
charge of the aame a agent or otherwiao, who
ahall permit them or any of them, to wear a bell
within the llmlta of aaid olty, shall forfeit and
Day to aald cily a aum not Uaa than die dollara,
nor more than twenty-fire dollara, for each and
nvery oftenee; and, in addition, ten dollara for
paoh and erery day nich animal ahall continue
10 wear SUeh Iiell aftur thp fltlt rnnvfrllAn t.-if
aueh otTence tinder thla ordinance Provided,
howi-ver, that the wearing of any bell by any
lior.oor mule, when In Iiroen and attached to
nuy renicie, anait not bo considered a violation
ol (Ins ordinance.
Approved, JOHN M. LANSDEN,
51. J. Hoamr, City Clerk.
Auguit 1'Jth. 1171.
ORDINANCE NO. 122.
An Ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 49,
onu jur omer purpotct,
K It ordained by tho City Council ol the City
MErrinv 1. Th.la.lI n.,ln.... Va in' t.
the aame la hereby amended, by adding a! the end
ol ttie 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 waro whatsoever, or any old boot,
shoe, hat, rags, or clcthlngj or any tree or bush,
or pprtiona of the aame; or any old lumber,
ahavlnfs, straw, manure, hay, grass, vegetable!,
garbage, rubbish, or otlal, or slops from dwelling
houses ; or any offensive, ,'oul, or nauseous liquid
or substance provided the provisions of this or
dinance Mmll not apply to any building materials,
IllCrchandlBO. Or articles that mav hn lumiiamilff
deposited qn the strceta or aveauos, to be used or
rt-iuuiou ,-nor 10 any Tegeiauicsi, oirai.or garbage,
placed in a box or barrel at the side of the street,
for removal and provided, also, that If any earth
or nshes are deposited In the atreets or avenuea,
they shall bo spread evenly over tho surface ol the
middle of tho tame.
Sic. Jt shall not ba lawful for any person or
persons to permit any sloes, or fou', olleoaive or
naiiaeOUS lliltldl A, anliGfAnn In Km .II. I. . r..o.l
?r I'," lrom ' out ol any premises ocvup'ied
!,? !,,er 0.r,hcm.'Ho any sticel or avenue,
or nto any adjacent iiroml.o. nn.l nvcr. n.r.nn
rie dollnrs, nor more than fifty dollars, for each
tjic. i. It ahull ha tli ilntu 11. r, ...
troller to provide tho means for removmg from
the front of nil houses In the city all vViftablea
;?iir.3C kitchen oOI. of oTerr description, pro
Vldod tho tame It placed to boxes or barrels, a d
placod In oopvenfont locations in front or said
houses, lieforo the time fixed for such removal t
nnd that such removal ahull lie made, from the
iiiBiuiijr wi ui'vuuiuer 10 mo nrst uay or March,
onco n weok ; from tho first day or March to the
first day of June, aid lrom the first day of Dep.
(ember to thn first day of December, twleo In
each week; and from the first day ol Juno to tho
first day ot Heptemher, six days In each week ;
nnd that notice shall bo given ly said Comptrol'
ler of, the time of such removal, by publication,
in the newspaper publishing the ordinances of
tho city, any nrrangoment mado by tho Comptrol.
ler for tho purpose above specified, to be by biro
reportod to the City Council, In Joint session con
vened, for approval by thorn.
Approved, JOHN M. I.ANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest, M. J, How iir, Cily Clerk.
Auir, 111, 1871.
BOOKH, pamphlets, briefs, catalogues, newt
papers, tax llsta. and every varloiv or eitAn.
slvo printing coiitrsotod for, nnd promytly and
rpeodily exoculed, in tho llulletln book, iob;
and newspaper blading establishment.
Kpor(pdppcUlly;rrlbf (air Bui
Iftln. Tra honrsi In ndvnacc of Nt.
LOSS OF THE STEAMER
TWENTY LIVES LOST.
THE ITALIAN CELEBRATION.
Nkw-Yoiik. Aug. 25 -Tho Steamer
IMiino. Arrived from JJrenMm to-day.
. TIIK ITALIAN CKLKBATIOX.
Tha coldbratlon In Itonor of tho Italian
unity, took jilaco tcMlay. Tho procossion
moved from Fourtocnth itroot shortly af.
tor 10 o'clock through a drlrtllng rain
tlion falling-, which in hnlf an hour bo
cBtno a perfect dclugo accompanied by
frequont pea! j of thnndor. The procossion
then marched to City Hal) without
ititerfaronco or disturbance, and proceeded
down Uowery and up Broadway to Four
teenth street, whero it was disbanded,
LOSS OY THE STEAMSHIP LOXDOX.
Intclllgonco has been received of tho
lots of the' Stoamor Ladona, off tho coast
of Florida Twenty lives woro lost. Capt.
-Lowth.Jho first and second engineers, four,
sailors, tho head cook and ntbts boy, wero
THLMTt CUURCU TBOUIILKS. I
Tho Trinity church proporty trouble Is 1
in a fnir way to bo renowed., Tho Aanecko I
jant ucirs now say tney uavo discovered
further ovidenco of tbuir right to the prop
erty, and aro raiting moans for tho com
mencement of a law suit. I
Inspector H. Flatt Station, who was
charged with manslaughter in the tho
third dogroo by tho coroner's jury in the
SUrbuck investigation, surrendered him
self and was roleascdon $5,000 bail.
The steamship Carrio ruptured her boil
er on August 11, near Now Brighton, Sta
ten Island. Tho engineer was badly scald
ed. Tho public was kept in ignoranco
about the explosion till yesterday, when
the old boiler was replaced with a new
one, and information of tho case givon by
It is said that tho boiler was recently in
spected by tho govcrnmont inspector,
HoraccGrocley isdisploascd at tho charg
es accusing members of tho union republi
can association with being influenced by
Tammany, and tho itatements of opposing
tho republican city organization, that the
bolting of tho Tribune has hurt tho party,
and says that the Tribuno it bol eved to
havo upheld the Tammanyplundcrors and
Ignored ropubllchn interests. Tho proper
way is to voto its friends out at tho noxt
stavo convention; but whatever may be
done. Oroolcy is for the party, oven though
bis ability to advocate the cause be dimfn.
Islied by tho follies of opposing factionittt.
Tho west India and Panama telegraph
cablos havo been successfully laid to tho
islands of St. Luccia and Barbadoea.
CAPTURED BY THE INDIANS.
MEETING OF EX-CONFEDERATE
SOLDIERS AT R0NAKE.
St. Lou ib, Aug. 25. A privato letter
from Chevnnc, Wvomintr. that on the 27th
of July, about 50 Indians attacked eight
wiiito mon, mirty miles soutn or tnat placo
Kining inrco ana capturoa tnrco; tno oth
er two escaped. Tho captured men havo
not been board from slnco.
A moss nicotine to considor tho nucstlon
of removing the national capital has been
canou to do nota nero, &opiomDcr ibth.
Among tho signors of tho call aro Joseph
Brown, mayor of tho city, Hon. Hcnrv
J. Blow, ex-Gov. Standard, ex-Sonntor
liouderson, lion. U. A. Finkol, Nowburg,
Hon. Ernstus Wells, J. B. Eadcs and Silos
At the rounion of ox-confedcrato sol.
dlors ut llonake, Missouri, on last Wednes
day, tiio following resolution were
Resolved, That wo cheorfully acknowl
edge tho great improvement in our poaco,
wolfuro and political condition
growing out of tho roponl of tho late pre
scriptive tost oaths, and wo owo to our lib
oral Gorman fellow-citieons a candid ac
knowledgement of our sense of grutitudo
for their manly sharo in procuring for us
a popular recognition of our inalienable
rights. That, in tho present situation of
attulrs in this stato, wo rocognizo n new or
der of things, rondcriffg it proper for all
men of progress to turn their backs upon
tho 'pest and grasp manfully tho duties
and responsibilities of tbo future. That
tho tranquility of tho southern states nnd
tholr usefulness to tho publio at largo can
best bo proved by universal amnesty, and
remitting to tho peoplo of tlicto states the
same control over their local affair! as en
joyed, without hlndrunco, by tho cltizons
ot tho northorn states. That tho matorial
prosperity of our republic will bo retarded
by laws which discriminate against any
part of our gcograpical domain, or which
havo a tondoncy to destroy tho prido of
any portion of its cltizons in tho glory of
our common country. That it is worthy
of truo manhood toromombor friendships
and to forgot enmitios, and, identified as
wo must 1)0 with tho pooplo of Missouri,
it In our duty to contrlbuta our ttharo to
rotriovo for our stato and its remotest pos
terity tho highest and proudest dosliny
attainablo by mankind.
This resolution wero unanimously
Whkkmno, Va- Aug. 25, In tha oloc
tion of yostorday, twonty-sovon townships
clvo a majority of Oil against convention.
Tho interior counties will probably give
a majority for tho convention.
ILLINOIS, FRI0AY, AUGUST
THE OLD WORLD.
TWO BRITISH SHIPS LOST
LoxcoN, Aug. 25. Watney majority
lor A'ttriiaraontlOOO. Sorno English papers
commenting on death of Hon forth, hint
that ho may havo boon poisoned.
Bristol ships Sam Cearnt and Knight
arrant, bound to San Francisco, wero lost
off Capo Horn. Eight livos lost yesterday
in Bnglish channol by sinking of schooner.
KeporU of- chokra ot Antworp has
caused tho enforcement of a quarantino at
Duko Uraelio and Lcdru Kollln returned
here. Tompcituous woathor and reportod
datnago to snipping on Irish coast.
IiOMiKix, Augusts. The Independent
Bolgo, to-day, discredits the' reported ap
noaranco ,pf cholera at Antworp. At
Koonlgtburg, on Wednesday, thoro woro
127 cntet of cholera and 48 doaths, and at
Dantzic, on tho same day, wero 12 cased
and 10 donthi. Tho opidomic ItdetTMiing
in lliniln. -u ,
PaIIIS. Allir. SfiTlm KKVOFmnnM lha
forbidden ntlblic rclolcino-nn -llh Hnntnm.
ber, tho nnnlvcrsarv of revolution last
yoar against Bonnparte.
Asturancoi aro (aid to havo' reached Ver
sailles that tho Prussian forces in Franco
will bo reduced' to 60,000 on 1st Septem
ber. Thoso remaining will bo lodged in
bai arrived at Bayonno. His adherents
In Spain Are divided in oulnloa us to what
course ho will pursue.
AGRICULTURAL AND EDUCA
Chic ago. August 25 At the cventno-
session of the convention for the advance
ment of agricultural and practical educa
tion, too question discussed was tho rem.
.tions which tho agricultural colleges bear
toeacn oiocraau me public.
Prof. Oilman, of tho Sheffield scientific
schoel, gavo a history of tho work which
ho had done. Tho sum of all tho experi
ence which had fallen under the professor's
notico was that thoro was eolnc forward a
great change in tho forms and objects of
caucauon tnrougnout mo country. Xlio
results of tho new training wero not yet
far enough advanced to definitely docido
as to tboir value, but It had been ascer
tained that tho t-ow form wat a success.
Prosident Welch, of tho Iowa agricul
tural college, related tho satisfactory re
sults which had followed tho exporitnents
of self-government in tho dormitories nnd
boarding-houses. This consists of division
into sections, from each of which n mem
ber was chosen to form n court for tho trial
of culprits and tho settlement of disputes.
The speaker had tomo different views in
relation to tho question of manuel labor.
Ho would havo this mado ono of tho clo
moots of a collego course, and his own ex-
Fierienco was that tho experiment was en
irely Successful. Tho women question
had .iever been n mattor of doubt ith
him, and that ho had always been success
ful; that tho clement, introduced by wo
men in schools was ono which had mado
tho gorornmcnt most easy.
Prosident Donison, of Kansas, discussed
tbo woman question, and fully agreed with
the previous speaker concerning the ad
visability of admitting women.
Prof. Falwell, of Minnesota, was an en
thusiast for admitting women.
Presidont Gregory spoko of tho intro
duction of women Into colleges. Ho rath
er favored their education with mon.
Professors Miles nnd ltoborts illscu.scJ
tho Jaborquostlon, and adrocatod tho ex
pediency of a farm connected with each
Cixcinxati, Aug. 25. Tclogrnm from
Crestlino reports storm thoro yesterday
afternoon, accompanied with wind nnd
hail, blowing down Uecs and houses. Tho
ongincjhouso of Cincinnati & Indianapolis
rauroru wrecked. Ko lives lost. Kalnod
hero all last night and this forenoon.
Judgo Hogans, this morning, granted
motion setting asido salo of Cincinnati and
Dayton Tunnel railway, nnd dismisiod re
ceiver, under a schomo of capitalization
issued by tho secretary of state to afore
said company. Tho decision is favorablo
to John C. Frocmont And othors, of Ken
tucky and Grout Eastern railroad, who nre
lioro in tho intorost of that road, by way of
tunnel under Walnut Hills.
Eden B. ltcodor, a woll known citizen,
was accidentally drowned last nlcht. hv
stepping off tho wharf boat at Fifth street
New Omlkaxd. Aur-ust 25 1 .ant nli.ht
throo mon, known as auspicious char
actors, named Michael Hickoy, Uonry
Petri and llichard Joyce wero standing
on Camp stroet at the corner of Franklin.
Thoy woro approached by watchmen for
tho purposo of making arrosts. llinckey
started to ran and a nnmlr nf ntUcnrs
joined In tho chnso. When runninir up
Franklin street, officer James Caughlin
called to Htckey to stop which ho refused
to do. Lsughlin then flrod two shots at
Hickoy, billing him instantly
Hickoy Is said to bo n noted thiof.
Caughlin at onco surrendered. A short
tlmo siuco Caughlin engaged with throo or
four othor metropolitans, fearfully club
bing Martin Loiil- on St. nhriiw .ii-nt
and is now under indictment for Hint of-
Arthur Gucriro. who u 11 a shitt annul
timo fclnce by domitv shnr III lliiiMtf.n. tn
criminal court, died this morning.
A-rivuto uispaicncH rrom Now York, an
nouncing tho lots of
creates jminful nnxioty here.
AT C1.KVEI.AXJ), OHIO.
Cleveland. Aul'. 126 Snpoi.d luiiiu In
championship series botwoon lloymakont,
01 iroy una forest C ty of Clovolaml,
wa won by tormer in u sgoro Of 11 to'J,
WIUHNGTON, N. C.
YELLOW FEVER IN CHARLES
TON. WJLMixciTox, August 25. For two
days past wo havo had reports hero that
yellow lever provailed in Ouarloiton. In
formation rccoived to-day removes all
doubt as to 1U oxlstonco tliorc, nnd, it is
feared, in epidemic form.
A loiter, received this mornlnc from nno
of tho most prominent clorgymcn of
viunesiun, states mat a malignant typo
of yellow fovor is there, and that tho wri
ter himself has soon four cases.
Information from many sources states
that tho discaso is there, und that it is
thought to bo spreading.
Tho city authorities of Wilmington tel.
ograph'cd to tho mayor of Charleston for
information, but hnvo rccoived no answer.
Notwithstaading tho nbovo testimony,
tho Charleston papers of ycstorilay say that
tho health of that city was novor belter
than. at tho present tlmo.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y.
CAPTURE OF ESCAPED PRISON
ERS. Pououkeei-sie, August 25. Bornaad
Wiley, an escaped convict, was broucht to
Sing Sine, to-day. from tho Hackonsack
jail. Ho is not so badly wounded ns first
supposed. Wheeler, tho ox-convict, who
was captured, domes everything in rela
tion to his chartering tho steam tug.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Oklkanh, August 25.
F LOU K Drooping, $1.50; XX,$5.!10;
XXX, $6 37i.
COUN Firm; yollow, COc; white, "Oc.
uais in modorato demand at -rja&Oc.
HAY Dull; choice, $'J0a31.
BRAN Quiet at 1 Olal 071.
POBK-Qulct and held nt $11.
BACON Irregular; shoulders, Cju7c;
rib, 7; sides, tHuttj.
WHISKY Dull at OOalOOc.
All others unchanged.
St. Louis, Aug. 20.
FLOUK Tolerably firm for liiodium
grades; othors dull.
WHEAT Easier for low grades; No.
3 red, $1.12.
CORN Better In bull;; yellow on
track. 44 J.
OATS Firmer No. 2 in elevator, 3 1.
RYE Unchanged at 57aG0.
WHISKY Steady at 90.
PORK Unchanged at S13.
BACON Good order and lobbing de
mand; shouldcrds, CJ ; clear rib, 7(it7J;
Li A It U more doing ; choice keg, 10 and
ClliCiao, August 25.
PORK Firmer; $12.87 J12.75 seller
LARD Firm; 80cbid December.
MEATS Strong nnd in good demand;
sales of shoulders nt 5c.
WHISKY Dull ; hold at 88c.
Cincinnati, Aug. 25.
FLOUR In good demand ; fatuity $5.
WHEAT Firm nt Sl.l-lil.lC.
CORN Quiot at 5la52c.
OATS Stoady ut 30a38c.
RYE Quiet nt C5aC8c,
BARLEY Quiet at 80a90c.
L'U'ITON-Ualet Dill llrill ;
WHISKY Stead v nt 80c.
HOGS Declined to St JOal
MESS FORK Quiet at $12
LAUD In demand nt Oc.
BULK MEATS In demand; should-
ors, 5u5Jc; asking 5c; sides, Oc; clear rib,
BACON Shoulders, hold at OJc; sides
sold at Co. for old packed clear rib; 7n"Jc
for now packed.
nAMS Sugar cured, 14al4Jc.
BUTTER. CHEESE & EGGS Un-
Bukkalo, August 25.
WHEAT Scarce ; sulos of 10,000 bu. of
ruu winter sainpio at fi.ao.
CORN Sales of 8,000 bu. In lots nt 57c,
IJ A 1 to Hiado higher; sales of S.000 bit
MlI.WAUKKK, August 25.
FLOUR Firm nnd unchanged.
WHEAT Steady nt S1.18J fur No. 2.
HOUSE MOVER AND 1UTILDKU
Is prepurixl to d.i all kln.N of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
UKiAIRIXO OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
OH Till MOST aiASONAIILS TSUMS.
OKDERH left at tho rosldonroul Mr. Kennedy,
on Outer street, next dour to tho new school
house, or addressed to the care of I'. I), llox 14.
for the llulleliii ottlco, will ivcuivo prompt utlm
MIT4IC M.A F.O IN.
nVW. reRiilsr nniiiml termofthls Law Bchool
I willop.'ii on Weilnesday, October lllh, 17I.
Full course, tuo tcrnu six months, usch. but
dents ml nil lied to tho seulorclan oiiexniiiluatlou
by npphention on or before (lotobor 7th. 17I.
Tuition fee, $u) 00 por umiinii, Kor purlli'iilsrs
ActlnK Pean of Law 1'aculty,
20:, NORTH ilrJ St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
lirATCII FliKi;, nud tM 11 dsy sure, no hum.
yV, huK . Addresn with stump, I.ATTA A CO,
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD!!!
The underpinned will fnrni"li
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Cheap, If mil liteuper
Than any uojd dealer lu Culm, Lcate orders
nn 1 tin slitlt'S ut tho I'tistollleo mil nt Un,' , nul
yard, on Cummeruint hmuuio, bctneen Tenth nud
''....lltl. Ul.....t K..l.. lll...nl. . -.1
Pleasure and will cord tint uimd up ll'desirx.!,
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
w. 11. iionnii",
It. If. CANLIKE
Ho. Pub. And U. S. Con.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
A"Pts $.',,511,101 07
X0UTH AMEHICA, I'A,
TI AltTFOKD, CONX,
Assets. i.MI.SlO TJ
Asscbt 1,781,1,8 86
INTKKXATIOXAL, X. V.,
Asuel l.aVl.JJS 17
Asicls 7(3,i7 .
AsksISm 515,173 SS
Asret 515,27t tl
AMKRICAX CENTRAL, MO.,
COXXECTICL'T MUTUAL LIFE,
Asjets ai,OjO,0"0 tu
Asscti l,.VW,fi0 1
IlAILtVAV I'ASSKXQEn.V ASSUKAXCE
Asicla G.H,SC2 CS
SAFFORI), MORRIS & CANDEE,
ri iiii i.otoc,
Cily National Bank,
FIRE AXD MARINE
XIAdAKA, N. Y.,
Assets tl.tSO.ilO 2fi
OKUMAXIA, X. V.,
Assets l.USI'l 78
HAXOVEU, X. Y.,
Assets 720,802 00
ItKI'UIILIC, X. Y.,
Assets 7H,25 00
wmprlslng tho Underwriters' Agency.
YOXKEIW, X. Y.,
Assets 453,193 23
FIKEMEX'h FUXI), 8. F.,
Act 078,000 00
SECURITY, X. Y. MAItIXE,
A"ti. 1,132,619 W
VJ iuiu;, imellinij't.
IO Roes, Insured at n
Kurnlture. ttulli nnd Car.
ratci at favorablo & Bound.
permanent secuntv will warrant.
I respii'tlully ask of tho citliens of Cairo, a
shtrool tlicir putronnjn.
('. N. lll'tlHEH,
Oilioe nt First N.ttlonal Uank,
WINKS AMI I.IO.UOIU.
WM. II. SCIIUTTER, "
aniiiorirr hiki WiiolcMtlc Healer lu
TOBACCO fie CIO-AES.
Ah-eiit fur I ho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
IiiilMtrlfd Alt". r IHHorriit liltitla.
75 Ohio Lkvhh,
F. M. STOCKFLETU,
st'iTrsmiii mill k a KTorsntTH
'ItPftlfjer mill Wliolcxnlp llonlrr 11
I'ort'lKtt nml lloiiitllc
LIQUORS, WINKS, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkygk,
Hi' .ks iru.!.:i II-. - ,
(Mill.), I UilNOIH.
HK keeps mi hand ronslnntly a full stock of
Old Kentucky Hourtinn, Itie Hint SloiiiuiKit
helii WhlKkli'S. I'reni'h llrsndies. Iloll.ind ti in.
Itlmionud I'lilllornla Wines, j iii:if
I. & E. GREENWALD.
havu Acti'iuta or
Klour " nd Clrist Mills,
Tho "Tupper" Patent Orate bar,
MACHINERY FOR (lEXERAL I'URl'OSEH,
I'AUL 0. SOHUH,
ID JE& UGG-IST,
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
WlillUkrr- Old. Ntaml,
I'jys particular attention to tilling all physician
and f.imlly prescriptions.
3 -A. -ir ojR asrio-i-ia?.
WH OS niXD
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
KKIXH FEVEK TUNIC,
Warranted the best Hover Killer known In thle
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
An excrlleut remely In all diseases of tho Kid
ney?, equally, at ood or bettor
than HcmtioM's, nnd tor
iw gixt ron
Hiiliitliroy'n llotiteoplintlilc NpeclHcr.
Ills well selected stock of
Of every description cannot be
surpancd by any eatib
llshment of the
kind In tho
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Has oa hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IN THE C1TI.
osntKs puosptlt ratm;
O. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 76 OUlo I.evK',
Tduecliil Atleullon iriven to Constmmanta
and tilliiii: orders.
CAIRO OITY COAL
h prepared to supply customers with the best
PITTSBURG AND IUiLNOia
Charles Hotel, will receive prompt attention.
side stcameia at any hour. , o?tf