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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OP AMERICA.
Tun most Succxssrut. Lifk Inhckanci Corpokation op tuk umi AUK IK
Amount or Policies ik Foiich Due. 31.
Total Incomm to Same Datk,
Hit Ikcabahe or Kirks in Fouck, 1870,
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Only two Companies In the werld eiconl thl nromi Increase during mil.
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OFFICE, ST. LOUIS, 2wTO.
JAMKS II. MUTTON, Ftesldcnt.
Hbnxt "W. Howiii, VIco I'reftlilcnt. Fhlix Costs:, Hunt. Missouri Dept.
): J.wuti Secretary. John N. Piiitciiaud, Troaiurcr.
C. F. Dcrnks, Attorney. K. L. Lkwoink, M. D., Med. Officer.
Hon. Vfu. Bar, Consulting Counsel and Aotuary.
SOUTHERN. ILLINOIS I)K P A HT M K NT.
K. P. RuBMiunAM, Matiagor.
CAIEO BIiA.3srCII BOARD. '
The loUovisaj earned gstilleruen hobl or ronlral
P. W. Babclay,
H. W. Waim,
H. U. Cakdib.
J. M. Phillips,
R. S. Hmuiiau,
Paul G. Sciitjit.
I ra aar Malta autl Plaaa before
Oa.il L. Thomas,
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CLOSIISTG- OUT .A.T COST I
The public are htreby notiRrJ that
BOOTS, SHOES, II ATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
lit longing to the estate of the late
WILL BB"WLD AT COST
T TTTK fiT.Ti KTAN'Tl 'I 111 VP. It
ca.i:ro, - - -
hej sjsoetaoider ol Ui fcnlerprlte savings
lba held at the City Nstlonit Hank on Mon-
tori, Polla open from lento twelve o'clock
Ullbi II coreuy ciTan, idai ieaica pinpoint
will ba reeaireif at my office, until 12 o'clock,
ofSaturdaT, (he fith day of Sautrnter, UT1, tor
building of a bridge acroaa Cache river, opj
the old town of Unity, according to plana and
di, and 300 Id poraonal aubtctlptlont, rnnde
id of thabulldlnif of aald bridue. and iruaran.
by t'uiaau ooonty I ibe balance caan in
30 cooiracMr win ue requires w compieM
bridge on or Uifuru the ltt day of January,
. to luv Mixaciiua Ul HID IIUIIIT juiii in
. . . . i n 1 1 1 .
. Uth, M71, County Cleric Alexander Oo.
tine ti hereby Riven that, whereas, William
oit did, on the tenth day of March, A. U.
IlU. KellOKK. the two storr brick Ho re
k number twtnty-nre (uir in the cur or
a Vl.um.eu uu iu uumifcr .1. ivi. iu
. AaiimI ftf AlAVAmlAV .nil AtftlA nf llhnnl.
ther with the leaaehold of eaul Int. runnlns
the Iil'dar ot January. A. v. l74. with nil
. .j ; . . i. . . -1 . i
oit to. aald Sarah C Kellogg for the aum ol
ty.thrte hundred dollars (2,3i0), payable
Id note, to ((cure the payment whereof ald
day, the lh dy of Septembar, A.D 1811,
een toe houra of 10 o'clock a.m. and t
'to H ihl hghei'biulor!
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a lOa m.. uijl 1 lna ti.m. Ri,ii!fnu.
4, Miath alraat, Cairo Illlnola.
A, WADGYMAK, M. D.,
f Aaaa, Onion county, Illlnola, has per
nllr lot a tad In Cairo, Ome-Commrrcial
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0. W. DUNNING, M, D.
houra from 8 e.m. to 11 m., and 9 n.m
PEOPIiE'8 MEAT MAltKET
tMMM. OATEB aV CO.,
Kreih white lard In any quantity, corned
to,, always on hand.
r promptlf filled, o4 latlifaclloa
TO ABSORB PROFITS.
, 3.974.783 80
20.000.0 10 00
- il .tul.1 II. - t.vtnUJ. nf tfwt.l IWL-UT-
tl",'" tnanranee each, to Ibe Life Aesottatloa
Jons II. Ohkklt,
T. J. Kkrth,
W. S. Ei60N.
you Insure In any olhar Otnaur.
AG K NTS.
W. B. Kkhnxy.
tlio large anil magnificent atoek of
KTYTII RTIH'CT A VI) Alim 1 VX'VV
MRU, won WHITE.
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordinance to intent the running at
large of (coic and) goats, and for other
r. ii oruainea ty the city Uouoeil or the City
ancnoa I. That it shall not be lawful lor anr
aoat to ruu at large, within the limit, of the aald
City of Cairo I and any person being the owner of
any 6at, or baring charge or control of the aame,
ai agent or otherwise, who (hall permit such goat
to run at large, In anr street, avenue, or public
ground ot said city, shall forfeit and pay to aaid
city a sum not less than five dollars, cor more
than twenty firo dellari. for er.:i and every
Uao. 1. All the provisions of an ordinance, en
titled "An Ordinance to reatrain hoga fram run
ning at large within the limits of the City," and
numbered 113, bo and the same are hereby re
enacted and made a part of this ordinance,
Bsc. 3. It snail not be lawful for anr cow, goat,
horse, mule, oz, bull, aheep, or awine, to wear a
bell within the limlta of said city: and any ptreon
being the owner of any of ald anlmala, or having
charge of the same as agent or otherwise, who
shall permit them or any of them, to wear a bell
within the limits of aald cilr, "hall forfeit and
Day to aald city a sum not less than five dollars,
nor more than twenty-five dollars, for ea:h and
every ottonco; an J, in addition, ten dollars for
each and every day such animal shall continue
to wear auch bell after the (list convietlon for
aucn oirence unuor una ormnancn rrovlded,
howrver, that the woarlng of any ball by any
horsoor mule, when in harness and attached to
auy vehicle, shall not be considered a violation
ot this ordinance.
Approred, JOHN M. I.ASSDE.V,
M. J. Howiir, City Clerk.
August 10th, int.
ORDINANCE NO. 122.
An Ordinance to amend Ordinance No, t9,
anu jor otntr purpoeei.
"l v"7 vouncti oi ins i, ry
Marvin 1. Tti.l .M n..ln... in I. - . -i
tho aame la hereby amended, by adding ai the end
ol tlie first section, the words "or any tin, Iron
or wooden box, ptn, pot, can, bucket, pipe, hoop,
or any description nf earthen, glass, coekery, tin
or wooden ware whatsoever i or any old boot,
shoo, hat, rags, or clcthlng j or aay tree or bush,
or portions of the same; or any old 'lorobtr,
havings, straw, manure, hay, grass, vegetables,
garbage, rubbish, or oflal, or slops from dwelling
nouses ; or any oflenslva, foul, or nauaeoua liquid
qrJMibatance provided the provisions of this or.
dlaanee shall not apply to any building materials,
merchandise, or arilcloa that may ba temporarily
deposited on the streets or aveaues, to be used or
rawot edi nor to any vegetables), offal, or garbage,
placed In box or barrel at the side of the street,
far removal) and provided, also, that if any earth
praahos are deposited la ibe streets or avenues,
)r?Jthhi "Pad evsnly over the surface ol the
11 "h1! not lawful for any person or
Kr,.?,lo.ip,,!'7,l,,kn ''op, or fou offensive or
81- "q.ui1 or '"oatsnce to be discharged, or
1.27. f Ph.!'wK0r ou.' 01 n7 Premises occupied
by him, her or them, into any atrcot or avenue,
f "h0 "l KdjMW Premises ! and every person
ylolatln. the provisions of this section shall for
Mt and nay to the sa d i t. . .,,..
flv; dollars, nor more than 'fifty dollars, for iaeh.
tat each and o; cry day after couvlellon, under
ihls ordinaueo, 'ne she or thoy shall permit suoh
Tlolatlon of thin section. , ' ' ma
Bsc. 3. It shall be the duty of the City Comp
roller to provide the means for remonug front
thefronl of all houses In tbo city all Tegstablss
and dry kitchen oflal, of every description, pro
vided the same it placed in boxes or barrels, a d
placed In convenient locations in front of said
houses, before the time fixed for audi reaaoval i
and that auch removal shall be mado, from tha
first day sf December to the first da of Mareh,
onco n week ; from tho first day of March to the
first day of Juue, and Irom the first day of Bep.
tember lo tho first day of December, twice Iu
each week: and from tho first da ol Juno to the
rat day of September, ill dm In eath week)
and that notice shall bo given by tald Comptrol
Itrbf the time of Huch removal, by publication,
in the newspaper publishing the ordinances of
'the city, any arrangement mado by tho Comptrol
ler for the purposo above apecllled. to be by bint
reported to the City Council, In joint session con
vened, for approval by them.
Approred, JOHN M. I.AN8DEN, Mayor.
Attest, M. J, ltoni.iT, Cily Clerk.
Aug, 1, 1871.
OOKS, pamphlen, brlela, catalogues, news
I ttaners. tsx lists, and ovsrv varletv of extan.
sire printing contracted for, anil prornyllyasd
rpeeclily exocuted, Iu the Bulletin .book, fob,
euu uvno'i.v. viuumsi viwviiqiiiiiviii.
Reported rapeelallyitor tho fa Ira Bal
li-tlit. Ten lionrn In advance of HI.
INTERESTING FOREIGN INTEL
LIGENCE. THE DOLLING ER MOVEMENT
THE CENIS TUNNEL OPEN.
THE BOSTON RAILROAD HOR
ROR. Nkw-York, August 28. Additional for
eign Intelligence concerning the Dollln
gor movemont. in Germany, reports
that at a meeting of liberal Catholics at
Ileidelburc, on August 6th and 6th,. which
wa attended by forty;dclcgates rcprnent
Ing tho countries of IHvarlo, Prussia, Aus
tria, and Switzerland, it was resolved that
the coming congrtsi of antl-lnfalibilits
at Munich, September 22, should hnvo
public dliruislons of tbo church question ;
that a now declaration bo issued, and that
the Caholics of ,cvry nation bo asked to
attach themiolves to the morement.
Tla Dolllneer Catholics, though placing
little reliance in the action of tho govern
ment, feel sanguine of tho support of
Prussia by which it is expected in it, ac
Utq war steps will bo taken.
There Is nothing expected from Hava
na, although tho action of the government
of that country in refusing to sustain tbo
ccclcsiastiealaontenco in tho case of a pas
tor, who, though excommunicated, con.
tinuod to exercise hli functions, is rognrd
ed as a hopeful sign that tho government
will soonor or later havo decided upon the
domand which is proposed to bo, made on
the anti-infallibilisU. Thero Is great anx
iety manifested by the liberals as to wheth
er the Papal Anathami will bo vested with
the responsibility at Munich, over which
Dolliger has now full chargo.
Maild advices from Germany state
that tho Catholic casino at Munich has ex
pelled a number of its members who havo
voted for school regulation! in abolishing
the right of interference by priests of
the clorical orders.
Foreign papers state that on August
44th, a train went through Ccnis' tunnel
with perfect success. Tbo opening of tho
tunnel will take placo tho 17th of Septem
Mail advices from Kuropo atato that, ac
cording to tho official register, tho deaths
iliolera for the week ending August
11, at Kontgil)uTff,TBotinlfjcl'trJ forty-five,
fifteen being childron under oleven years
Tbo persons attacktd by tbo cholora bo
long almost exclusively to the low order
The dlseate is, attributed, generally, to
want of food and cleanliness.
Michael Uurns, of Flushing, L. I., was ar
raigned before Justico Hamilton, Satur
day, charged with assault and battery. 11 o
found a jury composed exclusively of col
ored men selected to try his case. Ho,
however, protested so strongly against be
ing triod by a wholly colored jury, that
tho court discharged the Jury and ordered
a r.iw panel.
All tho journals aro discussing tho Uos
ton railroad accident, nnd, aro unanimous
in tho opinion thnt tho cato demands such
investigation as will result in fixing tho
responsibility, and visiting tho guilty
with the severest penalties of the law.
Tho "World says of tho accident: "If this
be not murder murder most' foul,-most
unnatural to Uod and man, for justico,
then it were as well to strike out at onco
from all legislation usolcss statutes which
pretend to hedge with pity and with
powor tbe live of tbo innoccnt."-
LATE HORRIBLE RAIL
ROAD ACCIDENT- ,
DoiiTOX, August 27. The tcrriblo rail
road accident, which occurred on Saturday
night, becomes more sickoning' as details
Tho causo of tho accident was simply
that1 tho engineer on the oxprcss train
chose to plungo his train in ono standing
on tho'trnck before him. Tho llovorly ac
commodation' train riiado several stops to
get passengers at tho wayatatlons. Moan
while, the express train from Bangor left
on tlmo at tho highest attainable rate of
speed. Ucforo it startod, .Superintendent
Proscott sent special order to the engin
eer to be careful as there was a train ahead
of him. Tho conductor of tho accomoda
tion .'was warned of tho.traln behind him
and ho caused two red lanterns to be put
on the rear platform of tho last car, but it
seoms that no attention was paid to ordon.
Tho responsibility of this c'nrqlossnoss must
rest somowhoro. At tho scono of this
awful disaster ,hsro Is littlo to bo seen.
In a ditch at tho sido' of that still smoke
ombers of burnod cars, but this is almost
a llwhich tells of 'the disaster.
In town hall Itevero still lie half a dozen
bodies; thoy aro horrlblo to look nt;
bloody foam lies upon their black, swol
len lips, thoir oyes protrudo from tholr
lockets, discolorod patches of lloih hung
loose from their cheoks, and great flaps of
boiled skin dangle from thoir hands. Thoy
havo, boon crushod, cooked, tortured, and
deeper than more physical dlstlguremont,
one boos something st!l moro horrlblo' in
thoir faces; a haunting look of unsnoakit
bio agony. Tho officers of tho road woro
almost craxod, by tho accldontj nnd aoomod I
not ,to know what' to do. Tho killod and
wouridod woro noarly all Ho.ton, Salem 1
and Lynn pooplo. i
The following, nddltlonat names of I
wounded have boon rocolved . S. O. Thay
er, prlntor, Nowton, bndly scalded ; LU-'
rio Hatch, Charleston, burn oil, but not so- I
rloualy ; J. IT. Oloy. ngod 70, badly scald-1
ed; 0. P. Stockor, South Salem, arm bro-:
ken rind seriously scalded ; Kdward Hal-'
ley, loaldod and crippled. N. U. Colton, '
iovurply scaldod. Sir. and Mrs. Fostor, '
of Providence, woro convoyed to that city.
Tho funernl of Dr. Gannett will take plaoo I
su-.nui.uw iiuuii. ouua tor uaniazes
against tbo Galveston railroad foad for In
juries' rccolded in tho collision, havo al
ready been filed for ubout $150,000.
ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1871.
THE OLD WORLD.
SECRET TREATY BETWEEN
PRUSSIA AND ITALY.
DEPARTURE OF" THE FRENCH
DEPUTATION FROM DUB
LIN. ORLOFF, PRUSSIAN MINISETR
LoKDOrr, Aug. 28. A correspondent at
Salisbury teiograpns: "i am in a position
to affirm that a now secret tronty, offoti
she and defensive, has been concluded be
tween Prussia nnd Italy.
Tbo emperor of Abitria pnys n return
visit-te-the tmneivTvof Germany, at Oo
A correspondent telegraphs from Dub
lin that tho French deputation made
their departure to-day. The roads aro
crammed with vessels bearing flags, and
tho bands playod American, Irish and
French airs. The enthusiasm was in
tense. Dad feeling was evinced between tho
police and people, but no disturbance oc
curred; tho polico holding aloof, tho pro
cession paraded tho streets. It was un ex
traordinary Fenian demonstration.
It.is reported that liussia sends Count
OrlolT as an embassador to France, and
that the selection pleasos Thiers.
Tbo report that an allianco has been con
cludod between Prussia nnd Italy rests up
on tho authority of, a despatch to tho Lon
Tho ships Typhoon and Keeling wore
wrecked, recently, and several lives lost.
ltovitf, 28. Tho reported arjnolntmont
of General Mjiabrea for arbitration of the
Alabama claims, is incorrect.
London, August 28. Cooko, McCul
lough & Co., havo this morning issued
allotment letters to tho now loan. The
amount awardol is seventy per cent.
Each subscription announcement will re
ceivo scrip quoted par condo 91.
Pahis, August 29. Duclot has been
appointed military commandor.
Tho discussion on the motion of Ilivet
for tho prolongation of Thiers' time will
Tbo municipal council. have resolved to
issuo in tho form of a lottery a three per
cent, loan for largo amounts.
The deaths for tho past week wcro 823,
Huron Von Arnim, tho German negotit
tor, still remains at Versailles.
Tho Sleclo favors tho proposal of tho
London "Workmen's Society, that tho Com
munist prisoners bo allowed to omigrnto
Advices from Algiers report that all
Yabra villages havo bocn destroyed. Vet
sols are attacking tho tribes who aro faith
ful to the French Uovornmcnt.
Bbrlik, Aucust 28. Tho Prussian
Cross Gazette confirms tho report that u
socona meeting or mo uerman nnd Aus
trian cmporors has been arranged, and
states that it 'will tako place probably on
t ne vtn or cjoptemDcr, at zsisuurg. xne
Emperor Francis Josoph wilt bo accom
panied by Baron Von Beust. Tho firm
basis laid at Gaston for rolattons whercby
Germany and' Austria ore to assume n
joint attitude, will bo carried out. Italy
has conditionally agreed to tho samo pol
icy, and communications havo passed be
teen tho three governments looking to the
establishment of a completo understand
ing between them.
NEGRO KU-KLUX IN MISSIS
SIPPI. WIFE POISONING CASE.
M em p n iu, August 28. The caso of Jack
Allen, who is accused of poisoning his
wire, will come up to-morrow. iue cor
oner is much censured for acting upon in
formation given him in an nnonymous let
ter concerning tho affair.
Thirty maskod nnd disguised negroes
rodo Into Commerce, Mississippi, Tliurs
day last, and romaided thore that day and
tho next, but, beyond threats, had com
mitted no violence at last accounts.
"THE DAILY TRUSS,"
new afternoon paper, mado its apnoar
anco this afternoon. It Is edited by W. II.
Ithea, formerly of the City Press. It is a
membor of tho Wosturn Associated Pros.
ROW AMONG JUVENILES SAD
DEATH OF A LITTLE GIRL.
Chicaqo, Auc. 28. This forenoon
two bovs, named William Turner, aced 0,
and Frank Bamslcad. aged 11, whoso par
ents resldo .at 71 and 76 Cornelia street,
got into quarrel, when tho Utter drew a
knife and stabbed Turner, inflictinir n
This morninc a littlo cm, named Mil
ler, two years old, whilo playing on a ve-
ranaan in mo rear or nor parouts resi
dence, 342 Milwaukeo street, fell a dls- i
tance of 12 trot on a picket fonce. one of tl.o .
pickets outerlng her nock causing instant
CHARLESTON, S. C.
YELLOW FEVER SUBSIDING.
CnAiiLBNTON, B.C., Aug. 28. No now
cases of yellow fuver has been discovered
in the last twonty.four liours. Tho whole
number of persons now sick hardly ux
coeds a dozen. Tho disease sooiiH to yield
readily to modlcul troatmont, oxcept In
cases nogleclcd in early stage. Appro
honsion of l,hu ppldomio subsiding.
SUICIDE OF MRS. LIZZIE SMITH,
!Ban"Fiiakcisco, Aug, 28. Mrs. Llzzlo
mlth, formerly Mr. Seeley, of Albany,
prominently connected in tho cattoru
States, suicided horo to-day. Cauu-, do
DESTRUCTION OF THE MONAS
TERY MILLS AT DANVILLE.
THE KU-KLUX AND THE NE.
SHOT FOR STEALING PEACHES.
IlKSTltOTKI MY KlIIK.
Louisville, August 28. Tlio Mon
tcry Mill, belonging to tho Tropplst
Monks, in Nelson county, Ky., wcro de
stroyed by flro on Saturday inorninL'.
Tho Monastery building, one of thu
largest and finest In the connty, near tho
mills, narrowly escaped burning. A
largo sum of money recently started from
France lo this community, "was lost, nnd
the Monks aro left without tho means to
rebuild. Tho fniluro of tho crops nnd this
calamity lcavo tho Monks In a very needy
condition, and they appeal to tho public
for contributions to nid In their sustcn
nnco till next year's harvejt. Even thu
Yool for their winter clothing was de
stroyed. A Negro named Si. Johnson is in jull In
Danvilloforincondluryismnnd a rumor be
ing circulated that thuKu Klux wcro com
ing to tako him out of Jail, and hang him,
moro Negroes stationed themselves nrouud
tho Jail laat night. Knrly this morning
ono of them gavo tho falso nlurm, "Tho
KuKlux aro coming," and tho crowd rush
ed on musao into tho street and firing. Two
or threo hundred shots were fired, nnd
sevoral of tho negroes wcro wounded, but
Tbo town is in n itato of grcatexcltcmcnt
To-night a boy named Jimmio Eagon,
about thirteen years of age, was in tlio gnr
den of Mrs. Smith, on Phujnix Hill, at tho
upper end of tho city, stealing penrihe
when somo unknown person fired a loud
of buck shot at him. Several of tho shot
entered his head, and Inflicting wounds
from which ho will probably die. No
ciuo to mo muruarcr.
Col. J M. linker, chief nid-dc-cump of
Gon. Sherman, Is to bo married nt Frank
fort, to n young lady of that cily.
Jnko Hobbett and another man, being
drunk on Friday, mado tovcrnl assaults on
u negro, nnd finally etnbbed Henry Love.
Ho will probably die. They wcro oach
held in $1,000 bonds by United States
officer Uoatly, to nwait Love's wounds
and answer at tho next torm of court.
CUSTOM HOUSE AT CHARLES
TON LIKELY TO BE
Washington, D. C, Aug. 28. Tlio
temporary closing of tho custom houso nt
Charleston, South Carolina, on account of
tho yellow fever has been considered here.
and it is possible that owing to tho fact
mat tue collector, deputy collector nnd
most, If not all of tho clerks, aro not ac.
climated to that part of tho country, tho
custom houso moj' bo closed for n fow dayf,
or until tho desoaso subsides some.
Washington, D. C, August 28. Tlio
nrea of tho lowest prossuru in .Voir VorJc
has moved eastward of our editions.
High barometer Sunday evening was on
Lake Superior und has extended east nnd
northward, and is uow beyond our stations.
Tho arcu of low barometer which was
then in tho Indian Territory, moved
northward, and is now central in North
orn Illinois. Its intluenco extends South
eastward to tho Blue lUdgo, nnd North
ward boyond Lnko Superior. The barom
eter has fallen rapidly from that lako to
Lako Erio. Southerly winds with cloudy
weather, and occasional ruins aro re
ported from Northern Georgia to Ohio,
and North-west and Easterly winds
from Lako Sunorior to Minnesotn.
Partially cloudy and clearing weather has
prevailed nortn nnu east or Jluryland.
Southerly winds, with cloudy nnd rainy
weather, are probable, Tuesday, on tho
frulf couiL nml olonrini. wnnthnri.,,. U'l..
tl I ' O ' ! a.v,, ,, I J -
consln to Arkansas and westward. Tho
area of lowest prcssuro will probably
mnvo northuastwitrd over Lako Huron,
with rain and frcilisouthorlv wimln nn t In,
lower lakes. Easterly winds on Lnku Su
perior, llireatenlng weather and light
rains in tho middle and eastern states.
Dangerous winds aro not anticipated.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Sr. Lot'in, Aug. 28.
FLOUR vory dull.
WHEAT steadv. No. 3 red. SI. 13.
CORN llrm and high. Mixed on
OATS steady, No. 2 Klovator, 11 Ic.
JIY K Unchanged.
WHISKEY nominally lower.
FOKK qulot, $1U on order.
BACONS good, domand higer ; ahoul
ders GjnGJc; clear rib 7a"Jo.; clear 8 out
side prices on orders; clear rib buyer
Soptemberifu round lot JliOO; casks clear
sides cash 7),
LARD prlmu kettle Ba.
New Oulkaxk, August 28.
FLOUR Dull and nominal. Stiporlino
5.00; XX $5.50; XXX ?5.87u0.
CORN Quiet, Mixed COc ; yolUiw C7c ;
whilo mixed 03c j white 70.
OATS Quiet at 4Uar0.
BRAN Dull ut Sl.05.
HA V Dull at $28; chuicu W.
FORK-Dull at $11.
BACON Firm at 7a7ft7ja8j; sugar
hams 12c, choice llalDJIe,
I, AIM) Dull. Tie" co I0al0j, keg
SUGAR Dull. Good common to fair
DjulOalOJc. . I
WHISKY-Quiet. Western rectified
COFFF.K No stock In market.
Cincinnati, August 28.
FLOUR Firm and in good duinundi
fatnllv, $5 00u&.75.
WilKAT Firm at $l,lGul.l7. Nut
UN RN Firm, at 52o.
OATS Quiet at UOa'J'Jc.
RYE Steady nt 05n08c.
1 UAULEY-tinkt ut Wjn'JOo.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
CONVICTED AND PARUONRO.
Nashville, Aug.28.w. II. Warner,
con victed Saturdny by tho Circuit Court of
edford Co., of molicloualy shooting E.
H. Stnhlman, an oxprcss agent was son
tenced to flvo yuars' Imprisonment in tho
penitentiary, was pardoned to-day by tho
Governor. His father was tho republican
candidato for Governor last year and is a
tllstingulahcd lawyer and politician.
I'okti.and, Mo., Aug. 28. Jas. Roger?,
defaulting cashier at Brunswick, was
brouclit beforo Commissioner Rand, nnd
his halo fixed ut JiO.OOO.whlch ho failed to
procure, and was committed,
W. II. MOUKIS, H. II. f.'ANDKK
Notary public, No. Pub. nnd I'. H. Com.
HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
NOIITII AMKIttC'A, l'A.,
As-cN li.rtt.oiO .'
HAIITFOIID, CONN, .
Anot9. 2..M 1,110 7.'
Aet! 1,Tl.l IS Sii
I NTKKNATIONA L, N. V.,
AieK l,avi,393 17
Asel. TtK".,9i" Ot
Aitcto 513,(773 SI
An.ets M.1,278 4i
AM EIIIC AN CENTKAI MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIKE,
Assets 3i),(,i0 00
TKAVKLEH'.", IIAUTFORD, LIKE AND
AetS t.r.05,000 OC
UA1I.WAY VAHSENOElts' ASSUItANCE
Aaels... C3D.SC2 3
SAl-'FORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 !! I.ftrf,
City National ll.ink, CAIRO, ILL.
VIR13 AIN'D MARINE
NI AO AHA, N. V.,
AU l,4Si2ie f-
(ir.HMANIA, N. V.,
Aet 1,W,7'.1 73
HANOVEK, N. V.,
Ase(ji 7Jil,m!2 tW
HEI'UIILIC, N. Y,,
Atnol- 7II,V or.
umiprl'InK i undervirllcra' Agency.
VONKKItS, .V. v.,
A ts 23
piiikm en's kunii, h. r
Axaeh. UTtl.OkJ U
ftEUUUITV, N. V. MAKINK,
Ati I.Utf.M! CO
STOm:. iMellingt, Kurnltiiri', Hull, nml Car
gocn, In.iire.l at rnten in fnviimble a. sound,
permanent aoetiriiv will wnrraiil.
1 respiwtlully nil; ol thu citixena of Cairo ft
share ol their '.trun:;o.
'. X. Ht'fJIIKS,
Olllee ut Kiritt NatlonBl lUnk.
fllllK regular nuiiiiid lorin of till Law School
,L w ill open on Wednesday, October Uth, 1871,
full cour.u, Ihii tt rm ix inuntln, nch, bin.
deiilsndmitleil to thu teiiinr ela on esnmlimtion
by iipplicntinu mi or In' In in Ootiiher 7th IS7I,
Tuition fee, tin on j.t in i ii n . 1'or urlii'iilarH
G-. 3vE. STEWAET,
.U'lluu If ut or I.uw faculty,
20 NORTH Hid St.,S'lL()llIS,K).
TATCII F!i;i:,iHul 8l'i n day iiri'7i hum'
bug AdUre Hllll ulllllll), I.MTA A CO,
I'lllnbiiri.'. I'x. Ivln.ltM.liii
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS ItEMtlVKII KltOM 1'KHHY 1IOUSK
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
lll'I'OSITE winteu'h hlock,
I.I 1", hn Rieally Improved his stork, and hn.
1.L now on hand all litiuU of
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
o the Invent living tlnren, un.l he tnvllei the
patrouageot uii- piitur.
PAUL G. SCIIUIl,
3D 3l TT G-O-IST,
! it K MO VK D.
l , !
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
VThlttaltrr'N DM NtaiMt,
Opi-mitk Athf.nkum, Caiho, 111.
rJ particular attention to filling all physician
nml family prescrljillons.
rrw on titan
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth hating. Agent fur
UHKN.H' 1'I.VKK TUNIC,
Warranted the tit Kever Killer known In thU
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED,
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
An eicellent remedy In all dlaea.eaof the Kid
ney, equally, a food or better
than llembold'9. and lor
atao iiknt roa
JIuuiplirpy'N lliuelintlilc Npeclttea.
Hi: well selected stock of
Of every description cannot be
'urputaed by any etau
llnlimem ut the
kind In the
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Hat on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE "WATCHES.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IN TIIR CITY.
i i a L i a in
Ohio Levkk, :::::: Cairo, III.
okiiiiu piioamr riLLtn,'
G. 1). WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio I.ovev,
O A I It O, I I. h I N O I 8.,
WSprolnl altenllnn giten to Conslinmeiitu
nd ttlluisE order.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do nil kinds of plain ami orna
KALSOMININO, TAP.ER HANGING
SIQN WIIITISO, KTC,
At fitiures which defy all competlon, and iu thn
higliem stylo tf the painter's art.
SHOP IN TIIEPERRY HOUSE,
COUNKlt OK COHMEKCIAL AVXNUK AND
EIUHTII STIIEE T.
The Illinois Central Mail Koa.1 Cominy now
t'ieiri.,wr".!i','',,Jf,,ow.1S1J(lecr,b;d lots in Kltn
Addition to tho City of Cairo, vis t
Lot 27 block to. Lot 2 block M,
0 " Vi, " 31 w'
w, " w ;
rr termsele. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,