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JOHN 11. OBERLY CO.. PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
" Paul o.'scnuit,
109 COMMKROIAL AVENUE,
WhlltakM'i OM Mattel,
I WW I 1 a it 1 UBBAUMa
V 4 easa. M KJ Blkf ItlUU MJ UIIIWK Mil bHIIIVIMn
Mia imuiij prctfcriftiiuBB
DAY OE 3STIO-I-IT.
l l VTt kVt ttfeVf cTe
uV X .
ii'j i f
tLMm .Fer Killer kiwwe id una
. Mill.. H M I I N . ItHITIi IP II.
BUClftj AND DANIiKUON,
WWH vwwawwy IB all iiiihiivi iu. awu-
M ' . 1 1 I Jj . . 1 - V I I
Mu equally, u toed vr imi
'stun Meattold'a. aod lor
Hlr welleeUcled .tuck of
Of -every deecrlplloa
iitlH4 kr ei
llslitntni ol tl
klad la tli
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ATBMULXTILS AND ADUaES,
relWffer tea tarring and unfortunate, dlaeaaed
eebillUtad. Beallakeailed envelopes, fit ol
Z I ' m. " '
LADIES, TAKK NOTICE I
UBTH ITlUTi illTFHfl WABIIIJIUlUfl
, AttD' COUMJt&CIAL AYKXUES,
Hm Jntt wily! a full to aplendid tin of
a aad TtiTeitiuKODt. piuib ana irimtnioc ioi-
1. UAIB KHU UUUUKM. UHV . 1 IIU ID. I 1 U i . D mi
Dinu' . 1 1 u . mi . iii i .mi i.iiui uir.r: . . u i. . u i
llhnorv and iancv Uoods.
All of whlth.hn.prppQies to tell at
$U TUT LOW1ST CASH FKICKS
' WATCHM AK KM.
rlvAVAHvAL W AXb'llM AUttlt.
IV 190 WAHUinUTUM AYXHVX,
,,. 04IBO, ILLINOIS,
i Bu oa baad
.ink mm; tv iir tv aiunta.
JfllittOIS, JKWBLRY, 1CTO.
, PartlJtUlla iUn to
IMPAIRING yiN WATCHES.
fgeet etetk of
m m m a a am r-aff w a rm w m j aw aw. am. ww rail, w a mi.k
The .MiiroU,"; 9WA
Mr. HaiTT walker remoTea ine wu niene -
UOWIrfHIilU V,B"W ami
aa . tr 1L. r.miae aalalillalllnnnl AIM II
veaue. towbetene mTiietnii irieatt ana war-
m tV. .... ........
a. raui aieiti vieuin aaiia.j iaia in itfii auu saiuiu
.11.. tablaa wHIb aunBlUd Willi eTerjUllO
iiua aHorda. aua ine waoie win oe can.
acUdia estyle a aaner mi e imnrjii
aaa.hataL I I. .m-w r" I . ) ...
laM.elctrt aaa the best at. Louie hoer. .
A ipitt4U liUDCU M Mt morni,ie ana eve.
ALLENVMULKEY & WHEELER',
CO0K.4KI.O113 AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
i-onn ii. nuui'jr
"Particular attehtlon paid to river mid ml.
OFFICE Orcr First National Hank, Ohio f.tve'e .
OHKKN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
f1 Wiiiim li'n.iurt, y: '
. 1 1 : ti n..an
OA I IIO, II.I.I.NOIH.
tfi.eol.1 attention given to Admirulty
OyrtCE-'CIUO I.EVKE, ROOMS AM) BOVKi:
CITY NATIONAL HANK. .
" save twenty wm 'cent'
Hi buying joer
IP, TJ 33 IsT ITTJ IR IE
Hualalloa-iiv., Near?,'Htuua lloua
1 Me.ar. Kiulibod Hrtlitfrdtiir ti infurui tb
ailiivu uf Cairo Hut thitr r iimuuUcturiui: nil
PLAIN AND FANCY KU11N1TUUK
An I I111T11 now on Iid1 nJ fur t
WbolcMle ami Itrlmll.
M kiaJ, kuil will cuntiuue lo korp at tlieir
BALK KOOM8, IN TIIKIB.NKW 1IUII.DIN0,
If fry dlcripUun of cheap nl co.ll) tiirniiiirc,
4 MtJ HxUtf aJi,
WMarhlo TopjHtd Uureaui,
WrJrolf, Sofa Chairs,
j)-IX)Unjt , tie , etc.,
Which they will RiuranUo to lull
TWENTY l'KK CENT. LOWEK
Thtn thy can l(Oti?!it from ny other ilpalf r In
Ilia Ulfcf. ta.lll m M mm.ij jum
BOOTH AND NIIOKI.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Batwecn Waj-lnnutou Ateuuo and 1'oi.lAr Street,
Uooli and Bknpa ilaJe to Order.
Kio Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STOBK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
on iiuyi'i loa
" CUiTOU-UADK '
: nooTS AND shoes
aaatai-aUl veatue. Canter or Klehtlt
ARTICULAR ATTENTION FAID TO ALL OK
DBS FOR U00FSKIRT8 AND SIIOK8.
(JAM L. THOMAS,
It prepared to to all ktr.dt of plaluandormv
' 1 i
KALSOMINING, l'Al'KK HANGING
8ION W1I1TIKO, ETC.,
At If uret whii'h defy U (niiip'etlon, and In the
highest ttylo of the palptur'n urt.
8HOF IN TIIK 1'EIUtY HOUSE,
oobubV or coMUEUcrAL Iatinue and
lie pork'd especially lor the I'nlro Hill.
Icllli. Trli Iiiiiii-h In mltliiirc ol SI.
IIBV. MASON IIALLAUIIKK KOM.OWM IlKV.
Til BALL TUB IjL'AKIlKI. IN TIIK KAIH
CAL I'AIITV TIIK TAMMANY ritAl'IW
TUB TIIIIIL'NK ON TUB SITUATION WHO
KILLUI I'HIM? ETC.
TIIK KI'lOCOI'AL 'IKOL'IILKS.
Nkw-Yokk, rieplcmbur 11. lt)V. Ma
too Gallaghvr, msoftiiito uiluistcr or llio
Fifty icicoud meet churcli, Tullowa llie ex
ii 1 1 1 pi 1 of Jtor. Thrall liy tcndcrlntj lilt rc
fliiriHtion ns inlnhtor of llio l'rotcttaiit
KpIiCujiiil cluircli. Hi tririct thu same
vicwi that Tlirull docs, namely: that
iliy cxliitins llturpv 'o( the Episcopal
lutrcli lini olijcctloiiuhlo fnaturui, from
whiclt tlio now union prayer book, which
Ilia tccctsloniiU adopt, is purged.
TilE HEY. T1HIAI.L
was In Chicago yestcrduy, nIting tlin
lv. Dr. Uoopr In opening his new
cliurdi, wharo tin union prnyu'r hook is to
I tub i:uicai. oL'AnitKL.
Chiilrtnnn Cornell, of llio itatc ropubll
ii m coinmiltec, la clmrtrod by tho Tribune,
lo-lny, with hurini; uttered six fnliflliuods
in , lilt letter upon tho rc-orgnn-IzAtion
of the ropublicnn purty
of tliii clly; nnd dcclurcs that
In his Kalurdny't cotntnunicntlon he lint
repeated hit former mltrepre.ciilntiori!.
It IhinkJ Cornell and .Murphy have done,
and lira now doing, serious injury to tho
TUB TAMMANY FKAl'US
Public attention is asain directed to the
extortionate charge of tho therltl'. There
Imvo been ulreudy paid to tho ehorill' for
tho lint half of tho year 1871, by order of
tho board of supjrvlsors, tho turn of $53,.
C2C.01. It is alltued thataucordinc to the
bond's billt, the amount of whom feet it
limited, that for committing prisoners it
$40,390. At tho rate allowed by law this
elves him credit for having imprisoned,
intido of six months, &0,7'J2 people, and it
is ' circulated that at this rate, by
Christmas, allowing for no moral
Improvement in tho people or thoshcritr
ofiicc, one-tenth of tho gross population of
cw lork will iiavo tuiiureu in cither the
tombs or Ludlow street jail.
Tho deputy ahorillt nro said to bo pro
testing against the imposition, and ray
that this monoply of fees by tho i-hcritl
leaves them a baro subjittauce. Ono of
tho rumor, in relation to slicnir lircnnuu
is that ho It to bo tncriliccd by the Tam
many ring, and bo displaced at the next
clcution. Thero is a itrong feeling of op
position shown him in hit own ward by
!. ...1... ! .1.1 .1
puiiliciliui wiiu uuiurui biuugs mure
It it also said that llrcnnan is preparing i
to sevor his connection with thu ring, ;
and aid the movement commenced against
it, pn account principally, of the trouble-
to which ho has recently been subjected I
by the action of tho local politicians. i
The Tribuno alleges that tho public
tchool system Is tainted with tho frauds
and nbuiet of tbo Tammany ring. It
lays that the school department hat been
demoralized all but ruined by tho cor
rupting Influences of those who control
public affairs. Notable features of tho
system as it exists nro said to bo tho
wasting of money, discouragement of at
tendance by scholar.", creeping into tho
schools of a sectarian spirit, and awarding
contracts for book supplies to party fuvor
itct. It Is understood that application
will toon bo mndo to Judgo Darnard for
compolllng tho production of tho books
containing tho city nnd county accounts
with a view to getting information touch
ing tho payment of claims to city authori
ties, and if tho facts in tho caso warrant
it, suit will bo begun against tho officials
for tho recovery of tucli moneys as huvo
been illegally subtracted from thu treas
ury. Controller Connely denies that ha is
guilty, In any way, of tho malfeasanco
with "which ho Is charged in the Foley in
junction suit. Ho sets up as n defence in
tho caso that ho 1ms been wholly governed
In his conduct by the laws passed by tlio
last legislature, llo avers that ho has al
wavs been governed in tho administration
of Ids olllco bv u conscientious regard for
llio bet-t inlcrctts of tho city.
I'l'.IM S MURDERER.
iV Madrid lotter contains information
that tho Imprisoned republican, named
josa Lope, has hinted in n handbill,
which has been placarded throughout tho
?lty. that tho assassination of Gen. Frim
was eiiected uy llio uuko .uontpensmr,
who is churned with beine a party to a ne
gotiation with a company nf desperadoes,
called a secret society, whoso object was
understood to bo to put l'rlm out of tho
way and Montponslcr on tho throno of
New-York, September 11. llio re
publican central committee of tho city nnd
county of New-York met this morning
John 11. Townscnu, presiding anu ap
pointed Monday evening next for tho
election ol ueicguics to uio repuuiicau
ttato convention. Action in rogard to tho
election of delegates to tho county sena
torial assembly nnd tho nldormunlo con
yorilions was" postponod until after tho
meeting of tlio stato convention, when, it
is hoped, tho two wings of tlio republican
party may ngroo upon somo nominee
' Tho young democracy hold a private
fueoting, this nvening, at Fifth Avcnuo
hotol, lor tho purposo of concerting moas.
ures looking toward tho rc-urgnni. itlun of
TUB TKJIHIOUNK CASE.
A correspondent sends tho Liverpool
Vvurltr tho following in referonco to tlio
Tichborno caso. Somo years ago a gen
tleman, now living In England ami follow
ing tho occupation of commercial traveler,
was rosident in Australia. On ono occa
sion ho was lost in thu bush, mid found his
way lo ii herdsman's hut, whero ho passed
tho night. During conversation tho liords
man said to tho strangur: "You would
scarcely think that I belong to tho aris
tocracy of England, would you 7" Tho
strangor roplied that ho should scarculy
think that ho did, whereupon tho herdsman
said : 11 1 do. though ; 1 am tho oldest son
of it baronet. For sovoral yours hu thought
nothing of this conversation, but in tho
meantlmo had roturned to England, and
when tho caso. was being hoard ho saw tho
claimant lcavo tho court, and nt onco re
cognized him as tho man with whom no
had passed tho night in tho bush in Aua
truliu, and who had told him Uo was tho
son of an English baronet. Aftorwards I
heard un intorvlow botweort lilm mid tho
"commercial gontloman, who will, It It un.
derstood, appear at a witness for claimant
when tho cam is resumod in Novombtr.
OAlllllALIiI ON THE SITUATION IN FRANCIS.
Tho Turin Uaictle sayti tho prctent til
untion in Franco causes Uaribnldl much
adllctlon. Ho speaks with contempt of
Victor Hugo, Louit Blanc nnd Julot
Favrcs, and declares thorn old and worn
out. Hit son Mcnottl It In the oxport
business ; ho seems to havo absolutely re
KIX( AMANDUS RKCOVKIIINO TKESCII
AHHKMUI.T TO TAKK A ItECKSS TUB
EVACUATION NAl'OLEON BMANCIPA
T10N IN 1IIIAZIL.
Union, September 11. Tho strike at
Now Catla hits virtually been defeated.
At least half the usual number ,of oper-
tlvc are now nt work, rind tho' full com-"
plement will be obtained within a fort
night. N'apoieon nrrited atTorguoy this morn
ing, and whs roccivotl with much cnthujl
mm by tho people.
Lito advices from Itio Juneriothoir that
the discussion in tho Jlrnziliun irgitlaturc
on the clauses of tho emancipation bill
had torminated, but that tho tuctisuro
would not probably become a law during
the present session.0
Tho Welsh colliers refuse to conliouo
work unless tho strangers, recently im
ported to supply tho placet of the striken,
arc dismissed from tho mines. A loriou
disturbance ii apptehonded at Ferndatc.
Mr. Santly gvo a farewell concert at
.St. James' hall to-night. This was hit
last appearance prior to hit departuro for
America, and tbo hall was crowded, He
wat assisted by Mist "Wynne and W. H.
Camming!, mcmlors of the concert troupe
about to visit tho United, Statts.
l'AMfi, September II. Thiers nronoscs
that tho assembly tako recess from, iHq
l"lh int. to tho lirst of November. It is
now edeided lhat tho ovacuMtioti ihall
commence at Fort Chationtoc, which v.'ill
bo first delivered up to the French by
the German commander.
M. Li run, September 11. King Aman
din has recovered from hit illness.
Toronto, .Septembor 21. Siralr" tta--lion
on tho Grand trunk rail run! wt
burned last Saturday night. Loss, JfJO.IWO.
DRAYMAN KILLED AKRKSTKD FOR A
CRIME COMMITTED FIVE YEAK4 AGO
DIAMOND EXCITEMENT IN DAKOTA A
DIAMOND WORTH $100,000.
Chicago, Sept. 11. At 0 o'clock this
morning Miku Meckh.im fell front hi
loadod dray near Itush t'.reet bridge, and
was run over and killed.
i man naincil Hubert llrown was ar
rested in thU city this morning charged
with having committed n crime in Nw
Castle, Pa., somo fivovcars aio: lie was ur
rested at tho time, tried and convicted, but
afterwards escaped from tho tail.
xno peopio or lnniaon, uakotali. aro
trying.to get up n diamond excitement.
Tho Union and Uakotiun of tho 7th says
a rough diamond was found on tho bank
of tho "Jim Ition " by a Mr. Fitch, which
was roughly estimated at worth $50,000,
it was eciit to a jcwollor East, who tendt
back tho cheering word that it it u dia
mond of tho first water and vory valuable.
Mr. Cook, of Yankton, a jowoler savi it It
worth $100,000, it rfa claimed that dia
monds havo been found there since.
TUB MAINE ELECTION I'KKIIAM ELECTED
GOVERNOR l'ARTIAL RETURNS.
Portland, September 11. Portland
gives Perhatn, republican, 2,174; Kimball,
democrat, 1,880; ecattering. 12. Bopubli
can majority, 271, against 411 lust year.
A Lcwiston dispatch says n largo vote it
being pollod there, and that tho republi
can! wero 100 ahead at 2 p.m. Last year
Lcwiston went democratic by 80 majority.
Bangor gives l'erham 1,430; Kimball,
1,119 j republican gain of 180.
At 8 o'clock, p.m., nlno towns heard
glvu l'erham 5,445 ; Kimball, 5,000; repub
lican majority 330. Last year tho sumo
towns gave l'orliani 0,034 and lloberts
5,o38, a domocratic majority of 304. This
includes Bangor, whoro tho republican
gain is very large. Tho democratic can
didate lust year was a residont of that
Lcwiston, in Androscoggin county, gave
a republican majority of about 1,200,
against 400 last year.
1W1 rjIYiY, IVilO.
SEVENTH ANNUAL STATE FAIR.
Toi'EKA, Soptombor 11. Tlio seventh
nnnuul fair of the stato of Kansus opened
hero to-day most nusplciously. Tho
weather is line. Tho fair will" bo inoro
largely attonded than any former exhibl
tion. A party of oighl hundred will ar
rivo to-morrow from Indianapolis.
Tho entries aro larger by one-half than
over before. They already number over
fivo thousand, and llio fruit displays aro
Thoro nro nnumberof cholco horses hero
from Illinois and Missouri and tho eastern
States, and from West Yirgl'niii. Kentucky
nnd Kliodn Island. Tho cuttlu show is
1 ho association l.m expended ovor
$30,000 on tho ground, which are tho
finest west of St. Louis.
homer Henderson's portrait of oen
eltai. grant the work completed.
Long Branch, Sjptember 1 1. Homer
Hondorson, of Chicago, who has spent tho
groater part of thu summer here, engaged
in painting thu portrait of General Grant
for tho Chicago historical association, has
completed llio sumo and presented it to
tho president and his frlonds' Inspection
Philadelphia, Sept. It. A gamo of
baso ball was played this afternoon be
tween tho Purest Cities of Clovoland ami
Athlotict of Philadelphia, which was on
by tho formor, four to 3o.
AT W HUB HALL, NEW YORK FORTY FAM
ILIES HOMELESS AT UUTLEDKRM0TII,
Whitk Hall, N. Y.. Scnlcmber 11.
A Are, this p.m., destroyed a number of
tenoment houses, Glbbs' barn and stable,
and tho Whito Hall transportation com
rany's bulldlnes. Forty families arc
homeless. Lost $30,000: mostly Insured
Chicago, September 11. Tho saw-mill
of Allon & Uaiborch. liutlftdetrnotb, Wis-
wat burned down on Saturday. Lou
$'5,000, insured In Security and Home, of
Now York, and Uity or Hartford, for
TBRBIlILK IIOILKR KXI'LOSION FIVE MRN
INSTANTLY KILLED HHVEBAL WOUND
U KB WB, WMUfg,- ' .
NEWBUBTronr, SspUmber 11. Tha
boiler in Curtis' hat factory exploded tbii
morning, killing five men outright, and
teror'al olbors nro wounded and missing.
Cincinnati, Septembor 11. Jo. Bax
ter, ono of .tho partlot cbarprd with steal
ing $30,000 from the U. S. Express Co, in
1 800, wat this evening taken in charge
of ti detective to St. Louis, undor a requi
sition from tho Governor of-Missourl.
The international exposition wnj at
tended by ninethonsand pcoplu.
MKwrniB, September 11. A train on
the Mlitluippl Central railroad ran off of
the track yestorday, killing tho enginoor
and badly wounding tho fireman. No
passengers were Injured.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis, Septombcr 11.
FLOUlt-Firm for XX and lower
grades; superfine $4a4.2S; Xt4.a5a4.00j
XX1.00a5.00; XXX. $5'J!5a5.50 ; family
WHEAT Higher- bat Irregular; No.
4 red, froo in elevator, $1.10 ; No. 3 $1.15;
No. 2 $1.28.
COKN Donretied: for tackod 4 lie:
whito 47c; bulk choice yellow, 65c; whito
OATS Lower; mixed 31aK3c;. bulk
whito mixed 44a4Uc: whito 43lc
U ABLE Y Sacked ; steady for choice.
other grades dull: No. 2 kprinc C0c;
prima ti7t38o ; fall 850Sc, prime to
RYE Stuadvt G2aG3c nriuia to uholuc.
rOKK Buoyant and advancing ; tiicst
MEAT Drv talt, llrm; looso clear rib
BACON Active and especially for
shoulders; shoulders fija'c ; clear rib "Je:
clear tides bo ; country shoulders looie
Steamer Eddyville, Louitville.
Bcllo Memphis, SL Louis.
" Dick Jobnton. Evunivillo.
" Spray, Louisville.
Utah, St. toult.
St. Joseph, St. Louit.
Stuamur Eddyville, Louitville.
" City of Quincy, Now Orleans.
" Bello Memphis, Momphis.
" Dick Johnson, Evnnsville.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
11 Illinois, Columbut.
Stcamor Emilia LaBargo, Vicksburg.
" Grand Tower, Momphis.
" Paulino Carroll, Now Orleans.
" Andy Johnson, Now Orloans.
" J. L. Hyatt, Memphis.
" James Fisk, Jr.. l'aducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Slay Lowrio, St. Louis.
" Lida Norvall, Metropolis.
Steamer Kmilio LaBargo, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Paulino Carroll, St. Louis.
" Andy Johnson, St. Louis,
" J. L. Hyatt, Ohio Kivor.
James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Spray, Louisville.
" May Lowrio, Bed Blvor.
IIOATS TO I.EAYB TO-DAY.
Steumor City of Chostor, Memphis.
" Hollo Memphis, St. Louis.
" James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" John Lumsden, Evansvillu.
" Illinois, Columbus.
The river is still falling, und during
tho past 48 hours has fallen 10 Inches. Tho
Mississippi is falling, and owing to the low
stago of the river, tho following rates of
froighl have been adopted by tho St. Louis
steamers loading at St. Louis for New Or
leans : Hour, 75c ; pork, $1.20 ; whisky,
$2.50; hay, 00c, und pound freight, 40c
Businoss on tho landing was good.
Tho. Eddyville arrivod with a big trip
of reahlpplng frolght. One of bor freight
items was 70.' iron beds.
Tho City of Quincy doparted for Now
Orleant with a tplondid trip. Sho had In
tow a heavily freighted bargo.
Tho Bello Momphis was 24 hours behind
timo, caused by grounding sovoral timet.
Shuuutno Out drawing scant live foot, and
reported that as being all tho wator thoro
Is in tbo river. Sho reoolvod several tons
frolght bore, but did not tako all that was
ofl'iircd on account of being so far behind
Tho Dick Johnson did not arrive till
lato Sunday afternoon. Sho was delayed
on ono of tho sand bars, and spent consid
erable time discharging 1,500 pkga. frolght
Tho Spray, from Louisville, canto out
with a' barge in tow, and re-shipod ull bur
cargo hero which wat about. 170 tons.
Tho Utah is making atrip la Vicksburg
for tho" packet lino. Klin came out In
23 hour, drawing 4, fcot,' S1Q adsled
t considerable freight Uero. v
i .Too St, Joioph, for Memphis, arrived
with a fair trip and roceivod about 100
tons hero. Sbo lost 2 hours by bemg
aground at Sto. Gcnovlcor tow head.
Tho Emila La Barco had n good trip
for St. Louli. Sho dltclmrgod 100 bales of
cotton at tho I. C. It. 11. whnrfbont.
Tho Grand Tower, from Memphis, had
a slim upttrcam trip.
Tho Paulino Carroll had a light trip.
Sho had 1,030 bars of railroad iron for St.
Tho Andy Johnson camo up flying light.
Tho J. L. Hyatt passed up with a tow
of empty coal barges.
Tho Jat. Flsk, Jr., brought down tho
Malllo Kngan's trip from l'aducnh. Tho
Hagan turned back from l'aducah. ,.
Tho May Lowrio was aground tome
timo at Horculancum; sho had a good
trip for Bod Bivor. Sho did not add any
i- TbI4 JwerrtB oae down light from
'The B. P. "Walt Is' ecrUlnly having a
bard tlmo of It; She loft St. Louis lost
Thursday for vlcktburg and hat not ar
rived here yet'. Sho wat aground at tho
Barracks for fetnb timeyand. is now re
ported hard aground at Brook's.
. -Tlio Jalott advices from the Sutle Silver
it that t hp Is hard aground at Turkoy
Tlio Fisk hat n coat of blue paint np-
pllodtohcr whistle and it blows as ictttas
Jolly Hard, the well known second-
clerk of tho Tyrono, it "going into tho
mulo driving business, lie leaves Nash
ville lo-tnerrow for Keokuk with fifty
Sun Jay night while Mr. Klrkpttrick, of
the ttoamor Indiana, wat asleop, somo
mean thlof entorod hit stateroom and stole
bit gold watch and ten dollars in monoy.
Thero are ono hundred and fifty danger
ous snagi between hero and icksburg
that show above water.
Al. Maynnrd, second clerk of tho Bap-
tdan No. 2, look an over dose of morphine
In mistake for quinine, and came near
dying. Ho is now bettor and it It thought
ho will recover.
Cincinnati, SoDtembcr 11. Blvcr 0
feel C Inches.
Pittsiiuro. Scptomber 11. Raining.
Monongahala it stutionaty with i tuot and
l Indies in tnc cnnnnci.
Vicksiiubb, Sept. 11. Dnwn Ooiianut
at 10 o'clock Utt night; 11. O. lra'ur at
4 a.m. Up Rubicon nt 6 a. in.; City of Al
ton nt 12 nt.; Capitol City at :) p.m. arm
and ctear. River falling slowly.
St. Louis, September 11. Arrived
Rob Rov, Bovard and Merrill, Keokuk;
St. I.uko, .lolferson City: rile, Cam
bridge: M. J. Lown. Kansas City; Mol
ltd Mcl'iko, Keokuk. Departed Boyard,
Keokuk; bt. l.uke, Jctturton Uity; Ulies
tor, Momphit; Northwestern, St. Paul
Tho river Is falling slowly. Weather
Louisvillk, Kt., Sept. 11. Tho pilots
of tho Canielia report throo feet four In
ches on Frbncli Island bar and falling at
that point. Wcuthor clear. Business dull
Arrived Charmor, Evansville; Cornelia,
Hendorton. Doparted, Charmor, Evans
ville; Roto Hi to, Ilnnderton; JierDiudo for
C'ncionatl. Itlror Ittliing, a icot 7 inencs
in canal, and 19 inches over tho chuto.
City Xalloual Ilauk Uullsflur;.
Hpevial atleutloa aid to orders from boats,
ultftit and day.
11. T. GEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AND DlilKB IK
a an rixTViti-ji,
ami riiinibor't materlol. Wood
alobo nnd nmrle valves, elon
cocks, check VHifCd.eU:.
ALIO AUHT 1MB
TiifU llrullicra Pntriit Dry titta Melpra
And Murehoiiie, Well Co'a Automatic Water
Indicator and Supply Valvo for hIouiii bullcra.
WINTERS 11LOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVENUE,
C lru lllliiola.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
I will sell "t I'iiMIo Auction
ON MONDAY THE 2D DAY OF OCTOIIKR, 1871,
at lu o'clock, a, m on tho premises, that
aituato I on Walnut belweonsth and fith tela. b.
lug on un i- dio.'k tun, city ol Cairo, aad at
Dreaent occunled liv A.JIIaik. Kao.
The house la n frame containing 8 rooms, whh
.cioseta, cisicrn. sc.
ai tno tamo time anu piace, i win .en the
TWO VACANT L.OTM
adjolnluit said lota, i!3 and 21 in tamo block, and
uniiuwdi, d aim 41 in ihuik xi, nrai aiiuinon
iuiiid kuj ui vairu. iruuilUK ia ivei on xlnl QI,
auu running wki. i w met, uuing ooiweon com
meruial avenue und Puplar Urcet.
Title Perfect. Tvrina 14 eaah bat .iw. in two
eual pa)ine',ta of C and m ninntln with 10 per
cent lutvreit, teuured by deed of trust ou iho
property. o, WINSTON,
NOTICE la hereby given to all whom it may
concern, that the lato llrm of McClellen a
Alhcrton, proprietors of tho Pulaski nursery,
two aid a half miles east of Pulaski station, on
the Pulaski und Caledonia rend, haa Ix en di
aolved by mutual consent. K. II. MeClellen UU
receive lilt dues and pay ull debit f the ttrm.
K. 11. MeCLELLAN.
J. II. ATHEKTON.
Dated at Pulaski aulloii, Ills., Sep. J, 1871,
rno all whom H may concern. Thla it to certify
1 that tho notice ef the dissolution of the lalu
rr.n ot McCellan Ather.oo published In tae
Mound Cilj Journal of Ibia lnat.Ja publUhed with
out my knowledge or consent. All debtor of
I tlnlUukof MvClellena Atnertoa are hereby lor
i bid making payment to E. U. MeClellen ol any
uoove uuo w me laie nrm.
Or the late Hrm o! M cClellea A Athei Wn.
M.oiindOlly,Bep,!, WII. di
It. S. MIIGHAM, M. D.
OAlcr; No. 1.18 Commercial atenne. Office
hour., ( to 10 a.m., and I to 1 p.m. Iteildenc.,
N. 14, Nlalh street, Cairo Illinois,
A. WADUYMAlt, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, Snrseon and Accouheur, formerly
of Aana, Union county, Illinois hat per
manently locnled In Cairo. Offlto (Jommerclal
ateate, between Kikth and Ninth atrceia Wett
anie. iii.ii j
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
ly FJ5it)r.Nci--No. al Thirteenth utrett. be-
. en Wa.hmt;ton afpnue and Walnn
-Ii I Commercial RTenne, up italr",
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
ERxttiKNCK-comer.vrnlh and Walnut t,
ijmce corner blxlh street and Ohio leree.
omoo houra-froni 6 a.m. to 12 m and 9 p.m
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hlxth-st.,)
V. 1. Oakti.,
II. C. Cady, . y
K. II. Lolwick, J
COMMERCIAL-AVENUE, OPrOSITB V. O.,
Thf. Housf. is Newi.v Fuunisiif-d
And offers to tho public first-clasa accommoda
tions nt reasonable rates.
Oppoatte the Poatoffico, on Sixth Street between
Washington and Commercial avenues,
Thia home Imi tx-en thorouahly
refurulahod nnd renoTated, and la
Uie roeeptinn of Kuesta. Tho room are all larn
and well rentllated, and funhituro new. Il'atvh
u, anil is now oaan rur
kept night and day, MRS. (JAr r NET,
Dll. HATTING EH'S
Dr. RaUlngcr, tolo.proprlctor and manufacturer
1410 BOUTU iTH-ST.,
NT. OVIN, HI8HOVBI.
DR. 11ATTINGE1VS FEVER DROPS
Are tho champion medicine for the cure ol Fever
and Ague, Dumb Ague and nil other kinds ot
malarial foveri. They aro purely vegetable, cure
quickly and permanently. No person need havo
the lever a second time, when theso dropecaobe
obtained. Price ner bollto, 11.25. Ask for Dr.
ltaltingei'a Fever Drop.,
DR. RATTINGER'S VEGETABLE
Are excellent In nil cues of coativcnest, blllout-lie-',
and Impurity of tlio blood , they contain
neither calomel nor any other mercurial prepara.
tlnnx; net rjuickly and produce no griping.
Price per box A'.eents. AuU for Dr. lUttinger
Venclublo Liver Pill.
DR. RATTINGER'S DIARRHOEA
AND DISENTERY POWDERS.
Are n plen.nnt, quick nnd s.ifo remedy for all
kindKotHinrrhoeunnd Ilisentery alllictlng adnlla.
Price per b)x so cents. Ask for Dr.l
linker's LJiurrnocaniiduysoneery J'owdori.
DR. RATTINGER'S TONIC HERBS
Make superior vtomach bitters; very'uieful aa
a prctcntivo again.t malariiil fevers undteapeclal
ly hi n Ionic in cAios of eeneral debility. Price
per pickaje, as centn. Ask lor lUttinger a Herb.
For Bale by all tlrxt. class ilrugslsts and dealers
in iiumIIuIhb JyJOdtf
CELEBRATED BITTER CORDIAL
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE.
N. V. COUNER VIPTH AND RACK 8TS,
JOHN SCUEETZ, SOLE PROPRIRTOR.
It la a reliable Family Medicine, and can U
aken by either Infant or el ull with the same bee a
Uclal rcaulta. II it acertaln, prompt and speedr
emedy tor diarrhoa, dysentery, bowels co mulled
dyapepaia, lowneaa uf spirits, falntinga, aick
stomach, headache, etc. Forchlllaand fevet ol
all kinds, It la fur butter and aafer than iUiniaa
eithout any of lis pernicious ertBCta. It eUecta
an appetite, proves a powerful digeator of food
and will counteract Iho erteeta of llijuor loaf w
minutes. As indlaputablo ovldence ofits m
cal uropertiea, we ap.end a faw of the many
tillcatea in our possession :
Johnaoa'a Depo'. Tenn., and Va. K.
jAcoaScijarra, Esq. DearBir: I nMeuaed Ih
Hitters I have ub allied from you, and Cod them
lo be all lliev are recommended to le. I found
one t.ollle to atlord me considerable relief. I tcel
aslhoujh I cannotdo very well without them, in
ihv present state of health.
" V. MKNIliK,iaJrkylh6lhat.,Phlla,
Pastor tlaptlat Pauyunk Church.
mom oy w. r. aiicq, a aiainaireei uuouqua
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
Minntinv I A Private Connector
MAHlUAUh ,0 l0 M,lrrj,.j o,
nninp I thoao ahoulto marry
UU11JP.. on ,ll0 uhveloloa-lcel
mysteries nnd revelations of tho aexual system
Wltn llio laiesiuiscot erics in pruuuciiiK ana pre-
venting ouspring, prcaarving ine complexion, c.
llim is nil iniert'siiiig viuis. ui inviiunuruisuii
twenty-four ue, wlta nutr.eroua eneruvinga,
and contains valuabln information for those who
aro married or contemplate, marriage; aim it is a
book that ointniio uoiiniieriocKaim aey, enunoi
laid carelessly utiotil lh house.
Bent to any one (free of postage) forW
Addreaa Dr. Units' Dispensary, No
Eighth alreel, HI. lx)iils,Mo,
Notice ta the AtBlcted aad VBfartaaatr.
Before applying lo the notorioue Quack who
advertlao lu tne imbliu papers or using, any 0.uack
reruedie. peruse Dr. Hotu' work, no nuaitor
what your disease la or how deplorable your con
Dr. Butta can be consulted, per tonally or at
mall, .on thedltaatea WAtnlloaad in bit work.
omea.No. U N.EIkhth street,, bt. Markat AVl
taWMtttat fit Umll, Vf. aa4l