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JOHN 1J. OBERLY & CO.,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. ,
KMI HOCCMdFOL LlFI
Amouhtof Policies ix Force Dec. 31,
foTAi. Incomrto Same Date, - .
Nit Ivcrkahe or Risks i.v Force. 1870.
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G3D3STE3RA.Ii OFFICE, ST. XiOTJIS, MO.
JAMES II. MUTTON, Piciident.
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W. I1ANLRY. HccroUrr.
. Bixju, Attorney. , B. Ii. Ltwotvt, M. J) MeiLOIIIcxr.
lion. . Barxks, Conmltlng Coumel nnJ Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
E. P. UuRi.iyoMAu, Maunger.
CAIRO S3R,A.2STCH BOARD. .
following named geutl.m.L bolli ucotr.l loij inauiawc icji, w the Lift Afrfition
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Chas. Galium ik,
J. M. PlIILLII'..
II. 8. IiRIUIIAM,
Paul U. Schuii.
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. H. Cavdik,
Mr BACewaMd Mam kofan v
OLOSIHSTG- out .a.t cost !
Tie pualle are hereby notified tint
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
DtWne-iag to the cetat.iof the late
WILL BE SOLD AT COST
THE OLD STAND, COHNEIl SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
.uckiMldara ol Um XaWfprUe Stini;
Cttro ar liti wMtmt lut a kltction
MM MUM CUJ JIAIIOBtl UASK OB MOU-
fell, Cfxiu from Uo to tweUe o'clock
oldiovn of Unity, ecpdiofclo rln nj
to hand. Sd. ForWOO In FoUikl county
and $J0In prottl subftcrlptloBi, mf
JIUHKI OOqiUT I lOa A1U.C0 cuii in
tofttrtc tor will br,rwtrI to complete
itip un I'niMii fiioniiM: nvmrai wi i im
uuiDinuni in lira nuiii
JACOI) 0. LTNCII.
tub; ltTt, t)ontjr. CUrk Alxndr Co.
li kfb)r clWu tKAl.'hcrM, William
-did. 'oa thm UkUi Uar oT -Maccli. A. V.
bit ocruln ehAlUI mortgus corner to
' v1Ia. lh two ilorr brick torsil
ltaaM4 On lot DBnutr iix tuj, id
LI Of a eaftola WOmUnMT nttbr.
a dAl-tbrttb, ilvsn bj int William
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o Mia nn IV aeiigKB lor mo um ui
kaf.bMB Bad lath payment ol a part
atU, to taears the payment whereof !)
alter im oaia tnaruui. Anu. wuvrni,
raa aiaeiiian, i, HManoeniaiuM, ii.
ui qaoar asa vj tithw oi toe pow
, IM IMfc daJ.OISpMB)lr. A.y l7l,
to hour, af W iO'lok a.m. and l
a,ai. ol aMaoay, Mine premiaM, pre
all at fQblia aal, to the higbeal bida .
la aaayi, tae aara aoafrinea nom ru.a
MHMMiKM oa eatd Dot.
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ylvlh aitAaa an1 linin IHTalfa.
oara-lroa 1 a.H. to ii m., aou p.m
AMES rYN ASTON, t
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tns fliaatanrHtAiB rorua dtuh.
. tw. un beat catU.
wa U prepared to AU aar
1 JiNURAnCR UORPORATIOX OF TIIJC BAME AOE IN
WORLD. ' 1
TO ABSORB 1'ltOPITS.
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the larg an.lj magnificent Mwk ol
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CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepnrdl lo fiipi.ljr ettiir,mer ttlih (ho bot
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
SKI) WW len at IWli.lny Ilroi. oflioe, 70 OIIIO
l.h KK, or at the Coal Tard Mow tho St.
'.r.'?."J!?,el wl" rlt prompt ntltnllon,
THKTUfJ 'MOSTAUK1' willUliieconl alonK
aldo ateamcru at any hour. oc-JSif
BOOTH AM) NUOi:s.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Uetween Watiiton ATrnuo nnd I'oplar Street,
tlooi.an. Bkntn Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
- -, SatitfactiOD Warranted.
.i Patronage iollcited.
CITY SHOE STOKE
I00P SKIRT FACTORY
iota igmci roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
aaaacrUI Avaaiaia, Ooraar r Klrhlh
PARTICULAR ATTEKTION I'AID TO ALL OB-
Pit US VOR IIOOI'SKIRTH AND 8110CH.
J. OEO. STEINUOUSE,
(fer. AthHrt. ) CMaarUl-v.
MTClean Tuwda and t
NVLtullea' aad chlldrcn'u half cut and aham
ao;ed, either at tha shop or at their own tiomoa.
araentleratn'aifhlakers and hatr dyed, la A
IcenliHo mancr. batitlactlon Ruarautetd.
llrpurtfil '.ii'ciiilj;rr tlic Cairo Jit I
ilrilrt. Ten hour In ml wince of Ht
l.i) ii I h i(iii'ri.
Nkw Yoiik. .Scntetnbcr OeorL'o K
Thrnll, rector of tho Ktnnnuol church, on
J-'ifty.cvcnth tlrcct, Iihs, at the rcqueit of
hi congrojiitlun, adopted tho liturgy of
union iirnycr look, which uuicri irotn lli.il
in ua in the dloccso of Now York.
.Mr. Thrnll Unto llmt Him ritual is tho
work of n number of divine?, but thu coun
trv ntid Knhmd wm far from it px'iago
whtclli 1):k1 Brcii rita lt a cwjtitrovcny of
c(ii)tc:itin in the church. Tho congrci;ft.
lion aincJ jiltaod with tho changes made
Id tho old, nnd ro)om!cd with great
hunrtineif. This withdrawal from tho
'Protectant Kjiiscopul church it ii thought
iiibv jirovu iiiu oeginuing oi icrioui
Sovornl native of the Province of
Ilohcnzollen, German v. vcjtcrdav took
action to contribute to tlio fund'for tho
erection of a monument in tho town of
Sigmaringen, in memory of tho nntivo
llohon.ollerii'a who Io.it their Uvea on the
battlu-ricldi of France.
'1 ho executive committee of tho (ler-
nidti national atiociation haa itiuul & rir.
culur calling on the members to attend a
mn.i meeting at tho Cooper Initituto in
rofi;rcQc.to..tbc condition of tho city
""ntiai unaira anu mo corrup
tion of tha city government, thii
evening. . j
An inmato of tlio house of Madam Vun
JJuikirk, the alleged alwrtionfit, aayi that
iiiuueccntcu ciri, .rnny a. iipu, gave
liirtli to a child, Attguu 2Cth.T On Satur
day tho child died, and tho physician who
made tho poM morttim examination, thinki
its death was caused bv accidental suffoca.
tleo, but circumstances in the caio creates
suipicioni The inqnest will bo held tcMlsy.
Homo account! of tho county cincndi-
.turei ar again puUihel UmIsv. Tht-e
Accounts, said to bo taken from tho list
furnished by the tnaj'cr 'arid' 'comptroller,
show that in loflUand 1671. ncarlv thirteen
land a Lalf million dollars we'ro taken
from the public treasury, of which flvo
and three quarter millions went to Engor
toll, and ncarlv thrco millions to
A. J. Oarvoy, and u million and a quarter
to Keyser S: Co, and three-quarters of a
million, which is said to bo unpaid, to J.
A. Smith, who is believed to bo a myth.
The Irish are begining action in "rclcr
enco to alleged frauds'on the city treasury.
At a meeting of tho Iriih democrats
Saturday, resolutions were passed calling
upon tho comptroller to resign, and de
nounced generally tho peculation ring.
It was decided to havoa public meeting
to further carry out tho objects of tho as
sociation. An announcement was mode that tho
democratic ituto committee will meet at
Albany on Wednesday next to designate
tho timo and placo for holding tho demo
cratic state convention.
Tho .Mutuuls defeated tho Athletics to
day by tho following score : Athletics, G ;
Mutual?, 7. .
Washington, September 1. No ma
terial chano is reporlod from tho Pacific
and Pocky Mountain stations. Tho ba
rometer has fallen vorv gor.erally during
tho day cast of tho P.ocJcy Mountains, and
especially on tho gulf and over tho lakes,
but tho highest preieurc remains central
in Delaware. The temperature has risen
decideJly from Missouri to New York,
and northward fresh southerly winds have
prevailed nt most stations intho regions
north-easterly on tho gulf coast. Smoky
and hazy weather has continued from
Michigan to the middle of tho Atlantic
Clouds acd light rain on the immediate
coast from Louisiana to Florida, and local
rains have fallen in Wisconsin, but clsc-
vrnerc clear weatner is reported.
Clear and hazr weather will probably
oontlnuo from New England to South
Carolina, with southerly winds; falling
barometer with south-west winds nnd in
creaicd cloudiness from tho Lakes south
ward to tho Ohio and Missouri rivers.
Continued cloudiness and local rains prob
able on the gulf const.
Commissioner Drummpnd, of tlio gener
al land oltlce, has addresicd tho following
letter to rngistors which was rccoivod at
Taylor a Falls, Mlnnt
"By communication from the Hon. Com
missioner of Indian affairs 1 am informed
that settlers aro entering upon In ml a com
prised within, the limts of tho Millo Lac
Indian reservation In' your dlstrict and
tiling claims therefor uridor thu impres
sion that these lands aro now public lands
oponcd to scttlomont and entry.
You aro now informed that thoic londs
aro still occupied by Indians, and are not
subject tb disposal, and you uro requested
to givo publio notice by advertisement in
a imrier of treneral circulation in that
neighborhood of the ubovo fact, and also
mat an settlements unit entries tliorcou
aro illegal nnd will not. bj recognized by
this otllce. ,-
Tlio secretary of tho intorior as truiteo
to tho Kickapoo Indians has invented in
tlio 5 per cent loan nbout $140,000, being
tboamoilnt realized for tho sale of their
lands in Kansas.
ST.LouitsSept. 4. Miko Amnion who is
at present under a sentence of six yours'
imprisonment for killing' L. Acklcy, iu
May 'lost was to-day brought to trial on
chaigo of killing a man in 18 GO.
SHORT CROP OF
Memimiik, Sept. 1,-A planter named ,
Conway, living near Bartlott, on tho
A.0UIIVHIO it. it., was found noar his homo
ycstcrday'inorning'.lyihj; in 'thfe rou'd with'
ins ikuti crushed, as if it had been dnno
wim uiunco ran. no una a a tiicti tv w t i
somo of his hands on Saturday and it Is
supposcu nu wis muruorou by ono or moro I
Roports of tho cotton crppiro very un
fAVorublc.nnd.tUe shedding of . whch hai
boon going onin'tho ftpliluds' on account
ol thu drontu, is now; CQinntoncjng in tho
lowlands, especially in Arknnsas, nnd re-
fQrUtlaco Friday are very -Bloomy. !
ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1871.
Lo.VDOJf. Sentombpr 4 A rorraanond
pnt who, on an invitation, accompanlei tho
king of Spain on a threo week's Journey
through tho provinces, telegraph Irom
Albaccho that tho royal party bad reached
that placo Saturday evening, having mado
thirty-six stages that day.
On tho routo from Madrid tho king was
everywhere received witn outbu
slusm. Deputations presented him ad
dresses of loyalty to which ho gracefully
replied. Ho spake, oven with the poorest,
listening with tho greatest patience to tha
request?, suggestions and petitions ho is
receiving, and ho is rinnlng tho heart) of
In ix personal conversation with tho
King no mild that ho desirod that Spain
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uuuiu uo won unuenioou Dy i ne uniicu
Stutcs, and that friendship between tho
two countries should bo cultivated.
London, September 4. Quean Victoria
i conuneu to tuo bouse.
The steamship Bristol, of Now York.
touched at Qucotistown and proceeded to
Alernonia touched at Plymouth and urn.
coeded to Hamburg.
Ul'ltLiN. September S A rnnnttrtr
demonstration was held to-nlcht with a
Vilt procession. A hundred tlinua.mf
people wcro present at tho meeting at
Phoenix Park, Messrs. Smrth Hull r,,1
Norton spoke. Hcsolutions demanding
the release of tho Fenians wcro adopted.
As tho people were returning savernl ml.
"Iojl.s.tooK place. Tho polico officers
drew their staves and tho people used
sticks and stones. The latter gradually
dispersed. Many arrests were mado.
Duiilin, beptomber 4. In tho riot
yoiterdny only six policemen wero injured,
and 13 slichtly hurt. Twenlv.cvnn
rioters wero arrested. Disorderly persona
were in tho streets all night singing sod
dltious songs. Tho pollca station was
besmeared with tho blood of tho wounded.
Hono Kono, Sept. 4. A most disas
trous typhoon visited this vicinity yeiter
dny. Twelve vessels were driven ashore
and much damago dona on land.
Parik, Sept. 4. To-day being tho first
anniversary of tho downfall of the cnipiro
and the proclamation of tho republic, mil
itary precautions wero takon agtii.st anv
dangerous demonstration. The day pass"
ed tiif quietly.
Tho disarmament of tho national guards
in tho cities of southern Franco will begin
on tho 15th inst.
Troops havo been concentrated in such
a manner as to insure prompt obedlenco to
As soon as tha disarmament is complet
ed tho stato of the siego will be raised.
In tho asscmblo to-day tho minister of
war informed tho chamber that the com.
mission "appointed to Investigate tho ca
pitulations during tho late war would
meet on tho 15th.
A bill providing for a tax on new papers
Berlin, Sept.4. Bismarck Bohtcns has
been relieved from tho government of Al
sace and Lorraine, and promoted to tho
rank of general.
London, Sept. 4. A special despatch to
tho Standard, from Spain, says that tho
progress of king Amandus from Albasto
is ono continuous ovation.
Tho steamer Cobdon, from New York,
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE CONVEX
TION. A NN I A L CON VE.N'TI (J X
Boston. Sept. 1. Tlio oxecutivo com
mitteo of tho American woman's suffrage
association ueciucu to bold their next an
nual meeting in Philadelphia, November
..a nnu .'JU.
Ths seventh annual convention of cigar
manors international union met in iioston
to-day. About COO delegates woro presont,
Fcado, of Tolodo, prcsidod. In tho
opening address ho urged all cigar-makers
to Ufo their endeavor to get somo of tho
obnoxious revenuo laws ropealod and
that tlio society should becomo a secret
WHAT GEX. II AW LEY THINKS
OF BEX. BUTLER.
Harteord, Soptombor 4. In a circular
lottor published in reply to Gon. Butler's
Springfield speech, Gen. Hawloy says lie
thinks Butler is tho most reckless, unscru.
pulous and dangarous demagoguo this
country has seen sinco Aaron Burr, and
that ho may muko it good deal of trouble,
but will kill himself. He might succeed
in Paris as. Rubcspiorro and Rovhefort suc
ceeded, but ho was montrously outof placo
In Now England.
THE INDIAN TROUBLES OVER.
San Fuancihco. Sontembor 4 The
steamer Albion, from Austrulia, is now a
INDIAN TUOIMILKS OVKR.
Tho Indian troubles in Northorn Call
fornla aro, now ovor, tho usurping, chiof,
Algarlo, having met tho Indian commis
sionqr and ogrcod to submit tho question
to tlio voto of tho tribe. Ho disavowed
all intention of attacking tho whites.
OF STOLEN PROP
ERTY, Buffalo, Soptombor 4 a liin.n num
ber of watches and gold chains wero suited
horn to- ,iv .v i i...,i i.....i.
ent of tho Builiilo city police, slinpcsed to
havo boon stolon eitlrer in Missouri or No-
braska by a burglar whoso name U sun-
prossod for tho presont. Purtios losing
such goods aro requested to write to Supt.
Doylo without delay. A burglar namod
toa plocoa of cassltnoro cloth, supposed to
tajo leeu stolen. 1
uenry .waiter was arrostod, to-auy, witn
DIRECT FROM EUROPE TO
Chicago. Sept. 4Thn Tu. linn rt tl(.
morning contains another editorial on tho
advantage of importing goals to Iho west
direet from Europo via. tho St. Lawrence
This advantage arises from tho delays
in tho Now York custom house, tho charges
of storage, cartage and various other plun
dorintr devices. It is a dumnn
that if a Chicago merchant ha a stock of
ijuuui i.u jqw lore uy steamer on a
gives day, and ho order a duplicaU stcck
from a Now York hmiio nn IK
the lattor will bo delivered and bo sold otf
uuiora tuo stock imported ,wIII bo allowed
.vivaiu wmvigv. jiiu result oi imj 1
mat oi uity millions dollars worth of irn
ported goods sold in Chicago in 1870 lei
than tlx million dollar worth were im.
ported direct from Europe. It waa found
to be leu expensive to pay from 20 to 80
per cent, profit to ow lork importer
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ini! in and around tho New York miinm
iuuu tu Lrtair mo loiios oi uoiav ana tn nr.
Fortunately, however, thore is a meant
of escape from tho Now York rminm
houso and tho importers and Jobbers of
that city, and that is by direct importation
by way of the St. Lawrence
If we havo to par tolls in Now York
on all eoods passlntr tbroueh that eitv and
van have the same goods delivered at tho
custom house in this city by war cf Mon
treal free from all such tolls, It "certainly
will not require much consideration as to
which ls.we pest route. Wo understand
too dally rocelpls for custom duties in this
port, on direct importations, avorages
ujm twuuvjr buuuaauu uoiiax.
it is not saying too much to assume
there will ho sold in Chicaco. durini? tho"
yoar 1871, $70,000,000 worth imported
goods of all kinds. They are distributo'd
to all part of tho west, north and souti.
Every cent added lo thoir cost is a cent
levied upon consumers, and when this vast
amount of forofgn good can bo delivered
in Chicago 20 per cent less than they' can
bo purchased from Now York (m.ti.r n.
less than they will cost aftorgoinc through
tho Now York custom-house, It becomes a
matter of deep interest to COnauMAri. and
of great Importanco to the trade of this
Wo have Just had art "importation of dry
goods from Livorpool to Chicago by
sUam In 22 days. Even this time can ha
shortened; but at presont wo can compote
in sales of foreign goods with Now York.
no unit ueiivor grain irom Ubicago on
board Liverpool steamers at Unni.i rA.
less money, per bushol, than we can de
liver it at New York, and In less time and
bettor condition than it can be delivered
at tho latter place bv the 'Erin pni Tiit.
brings tha Liverpool market that much
cioscr, ana makes Montreal, proportion-
nvuiv, b wuijr mantel.
Tho incrcaso of trade, both oxportlng
and Importing, will haaUn the completion
of tho improvements of that river, givo us
a lartror canal in nlneoof thn AVlln,l n,i
bv Increasing tho depth and width of tho
rivor and canals, will shorten
croaso tho capacity of tho stcamors em
ployed, and reduco frclchts.
domands a general adoption of the St.
Lawrenco river routo by tho merchant of
yunifu onu me wen xor tneir foreien
Rev. Cbarlo M. For, D. D., rector of
ino cnurcn or tbo JJpyphanv, died this
p.m. of malignant carbuncle. Mr. Fox
came from New Jersey to this city but a
short time sinco to accept tho rectorship
of the abovo church.
Southern Illinnln la iitr.rin
drouth. Tho wells and ciatcrna nr fat
Tho intornal revenue rocoipt in this
district for tho month of August aggregato
REVENUE COLLECTIONS, ic.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 4. Tho rov
enue collectors of tho third Ohio district,
in August, woro ono hundred and flftv
two thousand, threo hundred dollars.
Tho oxpositloti horo will probaHy not
open till Friday.
INAUGURATION OF LESLIE,
Louisville, Soptombor 4. non. Pres.
ton A. Leslie, govornor-elect of Kentucky,
will bo inauguaatod at Frankfort to-mor
row, witn the usual coromonies. consisting
of a procession and music, administration
oath of office, inaugural address, etc, A
largo attendance is expected from con
venient portions of tho state.
SHOT nr HIS SON.
Wednesday night a man named Rbodos,
hvinc in McCracken countv. wont ho inn
in a statu of intoxication, and commenced
bfuting his wifo. His child, 11 yoar old,
seized a gun and shot hi father dead.
Littlk Rock, Sept. 4. Tho Democra
cy of Pulaski county met in convention
to-Jay and perfected an organization.
Resolutions ondorsini; tho "now departure"
and central committee. Soveriil speeches
woro made, among othon, one by Col. R.
A. Howard, who spoke at considerable
length in favor of the advanced position
of the domocraoy. A good many colored
people wero in attendance, and everything
pas.ed of quietly and orderly.
Cincinnati, Sent. 4. Tho collecthm
of revenuo for tho first Ohio district for
tho month of August amounts to $430,000,
as follows : On liquors. $273.000 : on hour.
$41,000, nnd on tobacco, $83,000.
Wills ItaRloaniyiitlvutlaula, low aulr
lU,dejrealou, Involuntary eualMlan.
loan of ariiivu, apminlrrkn. loaa r
liiiH'er. allaav Iuam ur lu.mnrv
mid ilirrMleMI liupailrura aud IntbVI
rlllly, Mud Hovvn-lKii curelu Iluui-
r-j', lloiiicuuatlilo Muecitlci No.
i'M-iily-4l(lil. Coiupo.ud ol tliuiinmt valua.
Iilu wild' and potout v.urativa, thoy atrike l
oufo at thu ruuU o Hie niatUsr, tone up Uie at,.
teni, Hrrtiaitlieill.oliarge., and luipart iilor -iui
fiierijy, llfraiid vitality to lliocntiio nim" Tlmy
have cunxl ibauaanda of cao... Friae, (t pr
ekaKo f lle Uitoa aad a larne fi vial, which,
la vary Important in obatlimto or old eaai'a, or II
peraliiKle box. Bold by all ilruiiiat. and Hunt
by mall on receptof prltu. Adruas llumiliray'a
2,i'evul5l' l0T0J,VIh,,,0,;Mr,p,.nu Co" UTi
"fJ TvlV-iy ' kamt'
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON A.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
CutcAoo, September 4.
LARD Saleable at Bio; hold at B
MEATS Steady ; shoulders, 7c.
WHISK Y Dull and easlor, hold at 80c
St. Lol'ip, Septomber 4.
FLOUR Dull; X Jf.50a4.C0; XX
$i.7G5; XXX $3.I5a3.80; family $C.40a
WHEAT Dull and heavy; No. 4 red
In elevator, fl.OCal.M: No. 3 $1.10 offered,
$1.12 asked; No. 2 $1.201.23.
CORN Fair demand, held firm ;-Tixd
41a42o; bulk mixed COc ; yellow file.
OATS-Iuactlvo and easlor for buyers ;
No. 2 mired 35.a7Gc; bulk 3840c sacked.
BARLEY Otferineg lar?c. markotdull-
No. 2 spring, C0a')5ebutk; Xo-1 C8a70c.
hi t, Unchanged ; SPaftOo for primo
PORK Quiet and easy: S12.75.
BACON In good demand; buyer of
fuuuu iou conienu lor ronceiiiana. ami
aaiva generally wero joobiug and order
lot; tbeuldors. GiaCic: clear rib 71c;
cloar lidos 7!8c.
LARD Nothinir doinc: cboica kattln
id smau way, vavje.
wiiiaris steady at eo;.
Nhw Orleans, Septomber 4.
FLOUR Dull: superflno t4.50: XX
$3.75; XXX $5.00aC25.
CORNr-lirmor: mixed. C8c: whitn
1TAY Firmer: prime $29: choice $30
PORK Oiot; mess 14c.
HAMS-Sugar cured, 15al51e.
LARD steady: tiorco 10jc; keg 11
SUGAR Common Oa'Jfc ; primo 12c.
WHISKY Dull ; 00o.a1.00.
8TERLING123; sight (cpromium.
Kt.NTUCKT JIANB, 1XTRA,
tiROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
Ill EulireN(oek.Vow Cloalua; Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNET 8TII ST., AND COMUERCIAL-AV.,
OF ALL KIND:).
NO. 87 COUUBRUIAL-AV., HIT. OTII AMD
QUIOKtaT ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Boston,
iPOINTS EAST AND WEST.
I'Mseogor trains arrire at and leave Cairo a fol.
, Iowa i
uaraar . i tuo a.m. aiAS p.m.
Uolh, trains conneet at Contralia with train on the
H ISO a.m.
fanj. Djicatur, Bloomlngtcn, Kl I'aao, I.a Salle.
MuDdota, Frtieiiorl, Oalnna. Uubunue. an,i '
all points in lllinola, Alitaofiri.
, Mlnneaota, WUconiln and
and Weat for
Si. Loula, Hp
Aii.1 at wiwago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Soiilliorn, ami fittabiirg, Kort Wa) n
and Chicago lUllroada lor
IWrdit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
i Un)rt ., "alon, PhlU.luipbla,
-Mugm Fall,, Krlo, Dullalo, '
Mew fork, I'lttaWg, li.iltluiorc.
AND ALL I01NTS EAST.
POT IhraUsVh liiknt ami Infiirmalln.. I., i
, w. I. JU1INHJH,
wTbuaderaignd, proprilorof Uie Pauvand
Wisaiv Hi twim have Just received an aaaort
inentot lite luteal ftylea of Job Printing type.
r i """ einoi complete lobotnce
12 ,,8.5oulh Weat. They flatter themaelte
that thoy poaseaa laoilltlM for turning ont
urnmblW: in l.i ..i !i.. ... .,yr. J
cnlrutel to them, front the amolleit card or
label lo tha maaamcttb iut.r. n,i mum
1ili li Uavo, wiilt our buafne.a men. no good ex
..me foi aendias their woik to St. LoutaCincta.
-v. . wu.m. m Wi
PAUL O. S0HUH,
NO. 109 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Whltlaker', Old Ktand,
Ofpositr Atbemkuu, . t Cairo, 111.
Fay particular attention lo nlliag all tbyaicUn
and family preicrlptioaa.
liars c iud
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth baring. Agent for
KRCM' FKVEB T09TIC,
Warranted tha beat Fever Killer known la this
NO CUBE-MONEY REFUNDED.
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
A excAlleat remxly Id all diseases of the Kid
u.r, r.tu.wj, mm ,ooa or Letter
than Uembold'm ani tor
aim acaur ioa
Utiiaphrey'a IIomooptaihle HpelS(,
flit well selected stock of
Of arery description cannot Le
ur paused by any eatab
llahmcni ol tba
kind In the
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVSNUB,
II aa 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
IM TUa CITT.
Ohio Lever, , 5 : : Oaxbo. III.
oasaa raoarriT vuiie:
O. D. WILLIAMBON.
TdDaclal altABllna H ten tn flnaalaaa4M
and Blfinc tXm.
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of plain aad oraAl
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
8IQB WKtTINQ, BTC,
At Agaraa which defy all eompetlon, and lirtha
highest style if toe palater ait.
rjHOP IN THE PERRY HOUSI,
CORN1B Of COliMIECIAL AYBXTJI AVO
The Illinois Caatral Kail UrA fVy.... .
wm. "IT SML
,iijy'a' apply la JfAMBiiOIiMIOM.