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HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To tho Inwrat living figure., nnd ho Invites the
, patronage of the public.
MeCOMBS, KELLER iS: 1JRYNES,
8ocui'Hors to Adoljihua Meier & (Jo,,
IMl'OUTKIW AN' I) J0111IEU3 IN
HARDWARE ANN, CUTLERY,
Nos. lOOnnd 102N,.Mttip-Bt.,
ST. LOTT I S. 3WE O.
Krporlrd enpeVlitlly.ror the Cairo II It I
, IfIIii. Ten boura In niUauce vf HU
Wabhikoto.v, Aucut 10. Tho Indian
uporintondont at Helena, Montano, In
di.patch received to-day, denies that thorn
waa mi Indiana raid In upper Mlnoqrl, ai
"reported, htid thit theinri jie.4 boetr nojdam.
ago' d6tib llhco tlio" Galliilln raid, July 2C.
An nrmlillc'e has "been- concluded with
.Spain, undor medeatlon with tho Unitod
iuuu it. laa poaiai coiiTeniion oeiwecn
Ecuador and tho UniteJ States ha be eh
lubmlttcd to CongrcM, and it f Lelieved It
Wasiii.voton. Auj;uit 1C Tlio nctlng
iccre'tary of tho' interior lint written a let
ter to Gov. Davii, of Texas, asking him to
postpone tho oxccutlon of tho sentence of
death upon tho Kiowa chiofr, BatalADta
and Big Troo.
Karomctcr ii'oi risen slightly sinco Mon
day nveninc on tbpuulf coast, and north
ward to Tennessee. A rwryge.ntlo rain has
fallen this evening from Texas to Florida,
but is now clearing away. Easterly
winds have continued on the South1 At
lantic coast, and mora decidedly in Penn
sylvania and New-York. Southerly winds
and fine weather itenorallv resorted from
Virginia to Maine, but light local rains
in Rhode Island. Threatening weather
reported from Northwestern Ohio, with
touthorlr winds in Micbliran and an Area
of low barometer probably exists north of
Jjake trie and J.ako Ontario. Smoke and
hare was reported this morning from Cen
tral Pennsylvar'a to Lako Huron. An
area of h ightest temperatu re this afternoon
extends from Tennessee to Lako Erie and
RaromoUr will probably rise north of
juusoun witn partially clear ana pleasant
weatbor 'Wednesday. Light local storms
probable for Lakes Erie and Ontario, but
no material chango indicated for Atlantic
coast. An area high baromtter Is probably
ad vancing on south Atlantio states. Slight
rains, if any, probablo for Gulf coast
SIR" WALTER SCOTT OENTEN.
THE WESTFIELD EXPLOSION
New YoBK.Augnst 15. Sir Walter Scott
centenary anniversary was celebrated here
with great enthusiasm. Tho streets and
avenues were bedecked with flags and Brit
ish streamers flying. The port was also
decorated, presenting a fine appoarance.
Delegations of Scottish societies and many
leading cltlrens participated in tho cclo
bration. The chief feature of the day was
the laying of tho Scott monument in Cen
Tho coroner's inquest in tho Wcitfleld
boiler explosion, case was resumed this
merning. Chas. H. Hcswell, engineer,
said he was of tho opinion that tho Wost
field's boiler wbj not of the proper de
scription. Ho mado tho following ro
markablo statements "With tho present
stafT of ignorant engineer ho did not sec
how the hydrostatic test could be done
away with, bat with u body of educated
engineers tbero would bo no necessity for
such a est; ho did not consider that there
were more than flvo Intelligent engineers
in tho' wholo harbor of New York.
Wm.P. Vandorbilt, cnginccr,said hi tho,
course of bis testimony that interested
ship owners uro moro In favor of incom
plete inspections as thorough and corapleto
inspections, nro product! vo of mucuincon
vcnlenco and loss of timoto tho owners.
NEvf York, August 10. Tho Polico
Commissioners to-day resolved to place of
ficers in stroet cars, in citizen's clothos,for
tho protection of passengers. Coburn and
Saunders werb released to-day on $2,000
bail, medical certificates having been ob
tained stating that Chas. Brunner, whom
they latoly stabbed, was out of dangor.
Iho first suit for damages against tho
Statcn Island Ferry Company for injurios
by tbo Wcstllold excursions was brought
by Mfss Esthor Wright to-day.
A special from Washington says thcrd
is littlo doubt that tho President has ten
dorcrod to Jamos M. Ashley, formorly of
Ohio, tho mission to Brazil. It is said that
tho President stated to Mr. Ashloy that ho
was' now satisfied of tho Irresponsible
cbaractor of thoroports and tho dishonest '
means brought to bear by politicians to
affect his removal 'from tbo Governorship
EX.yiQK PRESIDENT HAMLIN
' v IN SALT LAKE.
RICH SILVER MINES.
Salt Lake, August 10. Ex-vino presi
dent Hamlin was among tho arrivals last
Tho first' silver bullion from tbo mill in
oatt cannon, Walkor Bros., was received
yesterday; Four bars aro worth $1,390.
Acavobas boon found in Wbito Cloud
mine, camp Floyd, with largo quantities of
horn silver and rich chloride. Thrco
hundrod tons aro from Emma mine, and is
lying at tho depot for shipment, which is
not forwarded on account of high frolghts.
THE STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION
EIGHT DEATHS REPORTED,
Buffalo, N. Y., August 15. A privato
despatch from Maysvillo says that the
boiler of tbo stearaor Chatatiqua was new
about spring, and had only sixty pounds
steam on when it oxnloded. The cause
of tho oxprcilou is unknown.
i Thus fat eight deaths havo boon report-
ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1871.
THE CHOLERA IN LONDON.
SIR WATER SCOTT OENTEN.
COMMODORE ASIIBURY CIIAL
LENGES THE NEW-YORK
London, Aug. 10. Contributions to
complete the repairs on
ht. paul'b cathedral
aro thus far entirely satisfactory to the
projectors of the enterprise.
II KAY V THUNDER STORMS
bare been experienced in West England
and has caused much demoralization of
Tho steamships Atlantic City and Ante
werp Batavia, from New-Yor;, arrived
at (Joe ns town and Liverpool to-day.
A caio of Asiatic cholera appeared in
London, and creates nscnsi.tlon Mtnonir tho
A dispatch from uorlin says; the cholera
THE SC'OTT CKNTK.NNEtlY.
The Scott ccntenncrv was celebrated to
day by a banquet, Hepworth occupying
tho chair, and jDuko Manchester, Lord
Lytton nnd Dr. Ramsey, vice-presidents.
Some 500 persons were present, compris
ing men or distinction.
A man named Cole, alias Clarke, has
boon arrested fur forging American bonds.
Commodore Ashburv's challenge of tlm
New-York yacht club wa forwarded in
Paris, Aug. 15. To-day bolng tho an
niversary of assumption of tho Virgin, is
observed as a holliday hero and at Ver
sailles. London, August 15. A dispatch from
Strasburg states that a disturbance has oc
curred there between Prussian troop, and
the inhabitants. Much animosity is shown
by tho latter toward the troops, and many
attacks aro mado on them. r
A number of Prussian troops became
involved in a quarrel and a fight ensued
during which many bolonging to both par
tics wero killed and wounded. It is stated
on authority that serious disagreement has
has arisen between the .French and. Gor
man governments with reforenco to the
Frankfort peace negotiation, and will like
ly lead to further complications which
may result in a suspension of tho troaty of
peace between the two governments.
THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRA
TION. NOTABLES PRESENT.
Boston, August 15. Tho centennial
anniversary of tho birthday of Sir "Walter
Scott was appropriately celebrated hero.
Tho meeting of tbo Massachusetts Histori
cal Society to-day was addressed by Pres
ident Jtobert O. Winthrop, Geo. Illlliard,
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Rov. Dr. Wn
terson. Letters wera -read from "Win. Cullen
Brvant. Oliver "W. liolmnj anil nthnra.
Sir Waltor Scott was oloctcd an honorary
member of this eocloty in 182'J.
Is reported seriocsly ill. Ho recently tell
in a fit in his door yard nt his residence,
West Lebanon, Maine, and Is" now in a
The friends of Alexander 11. Rico aro
actively organizing for tho purpose of pre
senting his name to tho Republican
convention as a candidato for Governor
BOGUS CALL, FOR A RADICAL
New Orleans, August 15. This morn
ing's papors contains a call for a Republi
can mass mooting at Lafuyctto Square, in
tho evening to ratify tho proceedings of
a lato convention hold at tho customhouse,
and inviting nil friends of President Grant
who aro opposed to the rulo of tho AVnr
moth faction. The call is sigucd by order
of tbo committco of arrangements. This
evening's papors havo a card signed by
Packard, Dunn. Casoy and Joubort, de
nouncing tho noovo call as a hoax and
a weak invention of tho enemy and tho
bolters, and tbo Republicans should pnv no
attention to it.
THREE CHILDREN BURNED TO
DEATH BY KEROSENE.
A BOY FOURTEEN YEARS OLD
La Cimjmi; Wi. I,,...,., ir. T),
Rtnublican rrlvna tlin fnllnwlnt. nni-HnnUr
tho death of Mrs. Clark's children, at
Lynchburg, Wis., hithorto rcforrcd to in
dispatehos. It soeins that widow Clnrk,
for tho anonce of beating his youngor
brother, had punished her oldest boy, aged
about 14, this so enraged him that ho gotn
ropo, wont into the woods and hupg him
self, but wai discovered and cut down be
fore bo was soriously injured. Toward
mgui uio young ruuiari was sont to build n
tire. llS did SO. ho thnn nf otn nt Vnr.l.
(Ann nit utiit rllml lli ikA. .1.11.1...,, in
him, and pouring tho korosouo upon tho
uru u vuree wore ourncu to ucatii oy an
CAMBRIDGE, N. J.
RECOVERIES OF DEAD BODIES.
Camiiridoe, August IB, Yesterday tho
bodies of two men wero discovered floating
In the whirlpool. One of them recover
ed is supposed to havo been the person re
cently carrlod over tho falls In a boat.
GRAND BANQUET AT THE THE
WOMAN KILLED BY LIGHT
NING. H AILROA D ACCI 1) ENTS.
CiMCAfio, August 16. A grand banquet
Is In progress nt tho Tretnont Houso this
evening, in commemoration of tho conten
niol anniversary of 1110 birth of Sir Wal
ter Scott. Tlio speakers nro! John M.
Palmer, Ex-Governor Uross, Jnmcs W.
Shcchnn, General Mc Arthur, nnd others.
Frank' Holmbold. aged six year, was
drowned in tho Chicago river this morn
ing. Ills paroflts rcsldo on Howard street.
At Elgin Inst night Mrs. J. II. Smith was
JIlT.Nr.D TO DEATH
by tho explosion of a keroseno lamp. She
was going down stairs, when she trippod
and broke tho lamp.
During a thunder storm at Cedar Rap
ids, Iowa, yesterday, u thunder bolt enter
ed tho tolcirrnnh ofllce. passed to tho lower
story, and instantly
KILLED A WOMAN
named Addlo E. Mitchell. When struck
sho had her hand on a gas pipe.
Ycstorday morning near Chlolri Station
on tho Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
Kailroad, whllo tlio train was running at
a rapid rate an axle broko under a Pull
man sleeping cur, and almost in an instant
tho running gear was stripped from undor
tho car. Tho body of tho car was drugged
toino distance. .Fortunately no one was
hurt althoueh tho car wus full of sleeping
passongcrs. Tho track wns, toro up n con
siderable distunce. Last niglit near unn
ton Junction on tho Nashvillo and North
western Railroad, Georgo Thompson fell
. .1 i 1 t .!. !.!- I...
irom a ircigui train anu unu uuiu ms icgj
crushed ncarhis body. Hocannot recover.
ORGANIZATION OF A NEW
ARREST OF AN ALLEGED Ml'H
DERER. Cincinnati, August 10. A conldiggor
named Jack Berry, whilo lying on tlio
railroad, near Nowark, Ohio, yesterday,
had his head severed from his body by n
Tho Charleston, Ripley and Purkorsburg
railroad company was orcanlzed yestcr
dny at Charleston, West Virginia.
aro Governor Jacobs, of AVcst Virginia,
Mayor Hall, of Charleston, Judgo Robert
Brown, of ltavcnswood, nnd cx-Governor
were also elected :
J. Brlshbin Walker, president; Uen.
John J. Jackson, vice president; C. C.
Lewis, secretary and treasury.
Tlio survoyors will commonco nt once to
locuto tho route.
Two young men named IIullow wero ar
rosted in Wnyno county, Indiana, on last
Saturday, charged with murdoring Tib'
bctts, in 1804.
Tho issuo of $150,000 bonds, for oity
water works, were taken by tlio third na
tional bank to-day at 1 and 0 per cent,
FIGHT BETWEEN NEGROES.
Keokuk, Iowa, August 15. This even
ing two negroes, named Jerry and Porter,
had an altercation on tho slcamor S. S.
Merrill, coming up tho river, when both
landed nt tholovco thoy continued to qunr-
rol, when Jerry drow it rovolvor and shot
t'ortcr, killing mm instantly, .ur. How
ard, n clerk of tho packet compnny, tried
to prevent tho cscupo of tho murderer,
when Jerry tired on him also, but missed.
Jerry has not yet been arrested.
THE NEGROES AND THE CITY
Little Rock, August 15. ConsUlom-
nblo interest is manifested by tho colored
peoplo In regard totlio city cluction, wliicli
is to bo held in Novomber. M cctlugs nro
hold almost every night.
Cron nrosnects continue oxcollont. Itu-
ports from nil parts of thu stato say that ot
least, there wasono-third less cotton plant
ed this year than last.
THE SCOTT CELEBRATION AT
Louisville, Auk. 15. Tho St. An
drews society, a Scottish organization In
this city, to-night celebrated tho conton
nial uunivorsnry of Sir Walter Scott's
birthday by it festival nt the Mnsonio tem
ple Tho nthtir was qultocrcditiihlo to tho
managers. It was an olegaut banquet,
with songs, dnnciug, etc. Ono fentiini of
tho alhiir exhibited was nn Immtmco Scot
tish thistlo 6eed, from which u snrlg was
brought from Scotland by .Mr. Ainsluv, of
THE CENTENNIAL CELEUHA
T10N, Memphis, August 15. Tim Scott con
tonuiul was colobratud to-day by it pro
cession through thu streets, by Scotish,
Irish, Italian and Gorman sociotlo?, curry
ing Amoricau Hags and thoso uftiioru re
spective country's, preceded by a band of
music. In the procession wero highbinders
in custom, lifter parading tho principal
streets thoy proceeded to tho J nines' park,
whero an oration wns delivered by John
Alnsley, Esq. "niter which various Scotch
games ensiled followed by dancing.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
NEW SYSTEM OF COINAGE.
Hanfra.ncisco, Cal., Aug. 15 Tho Ja
pancso government announces a now sys
tem of national coinago corresponding
with tho American.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Ciiicaoo, August 15.
PROVISIONS-Ciulct and unchanged.
WHISKY Firm at 88, froely hid sales
St. Loui.i, August 15.
FI.OUR-Dull and nominal.
WHEAT Quiot, tolorably; No. 3 red
olovntorSl 10: No.2do$l 1.
CORN Dull, but Httlo better than
nominul; white mixed, sacked, 41c.
OATS Scarcely hotter than nominal;
RYE 07(7Mi8c sacked.
WHISKY Dull at S8c.
PORK $Ri 75(13.
BACON On orders: Shoulders OJc,
clear rib 8c, clear 8jn.
New Orleans, August 15:
FLOUR Easier nt $1.75; XX $0.!JO
(30.00. XXX 10.8708.75.
CORN Mixed C5C7c, whlto 70c,
OATS Quiet at 45M00C.
BRAN Dull nt $1.05U0.
PORK Dull at $13 25.
HACON Firm at 7im8i(30e.
LARD Dull at lOKjylOJc; kegs 1U
ligc, an otners unenangcu.
STERLING 22J. sight .
GOLD 112 J.
New Xop.k, August 15,
GOLD Hoavy at 112JH21.
Cincinnati, Aug. 10.
FLOUR Dull but unchanged.
WHEAT Quiet at $1. 12a). 15.
CORN Quiet at 51a5 .
OATS Dull nt 30a33.
BARLEY Nominally unchanged.
COTTON Dullj litol8J for middling.
WHISKY Firm ut 88.
PROVISIONS Quiet nnd rather
weak, but lioldor.s unwilling to mnko con
cessions. MESS PORK Held at $12.50.
BACON 'ii. 7Ja75: sales of clear rib
and bulk eideH, G, and bacon shouldors, CJ.
uuiTKii-uuii nna lower, ni to -o
LINSEED OIL 81 to 85.
LARD OIL 70.172.
Toledo, O., August 15.
FLO LfR Steady.
WHEAT Steady; No. 1 whlio Michi
gan SI 2C, amber Michigan $1 25J1 20,
No. 1 red 51 25, No. 2 do $1 22, No. 3 do
$1 18. No. 2 Wabash St 31. No. 3 do $1 22.
CORN Quiet olid unchanged; high
mixed 1JAC, no grado i'Jc.
FREIGHTS Lako firm; 1 to Buffalo,
H(i)8t to uswego.
Detroit, August 15.
WHEAT Vory nctivo at yesterday's
pricos. Extra SI.:!); Zio. 1 wbito and
Tread well $1X7; amber S1.25.
CORN Quiet at SO.iGOc.
OATS Stead v ut 10a tic.
VI.r.S AM MUOORa.
WM. II. SCIIUTTEH,
Imporler nmi Wholesale Dealer In
TOBACCO &c OIGAES,
AKCnt fur tho bon brand of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
IiiilMiricil AIi-n r llirvrfiii;;HludH.
75 Ohio Levee,
tt OAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
bi'cciuou roiiLi: t .TocKriCTii
Ileclirycr ami WIioIi'nuIp llrnler u
Fori'lKii nmi DomcMIc
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 7S Ohio Lkvek,
Spaivariru. llwcs, CtlRO, I I.I.I.NOI3.
HHkeep.on hanil conslnmly a full stock of
Old Kentucky llourlxui, l!)ii and Mononga.
hclit Wlibklo., Krench llrindiuK, Holland din,
Uhinoauil California Wlnen,
11. SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO I. e v E e ,
! A I HO. ILLINOIS,
A't.0, kei' eouxl'inlly on hand n ino.t ouin
pU'to slocU of
HCOTCH AND Illlall WHISKIES
-0 I N H,
Port, Miidorin, Sherry und Cntiiwhu Wines
J SMYTH CO. fell oxclu.lvely fur e:ili.to
It. ulueli f.ict llii'V Invito thu fsncolal atmn.
I mil of clo.o turf mil buyers.
SJi'chil attention (jiven to Filling Orders,
BOOKH, pamphlet., briofa, catalogue., news
pnpora, tax Data, and otery variety of eiten
vivo priulln contracted fur. at,dprotnytly and
.puedily executed, in tlin Rulletlu book, lot,,
and uewf paMr tiiadiiii; eatabllalimeut.
TV. II. MORRI!,
H. It. CANDEE
No. Pub. and IT. 3. Com.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
Aet. ...a ;....L.:i.f. JV'IVW 07
NORTH AMERICA, I'A.,
AMet. v,7M,O"0 (
Assets 2.M1.210 -1
Assetn. ;. I,78l,t48 8
INTERNATIONAL,. N. Y.,
Assets. 1,1V1,308 17
Asvst ...m...m..7W,937 W
AU ,. ......Sli,eT3 8S
Assets ;. 515,278 4J
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,: '
Ansel. 600,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL Lirr,
A..et. ..JO.OOO.OCO 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
A.et. 1. 500.000 00
RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE
A. cola 630,862 CS
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hunk, CAIRO. ILL.
EIRE AND MARINE
x 2& s tjt :r, .a. nsr a es
3 IAOARA, N. T.,
A.ieU Il,436,il0 16
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Ansetj l,0C3,7il 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Asset. 740,803 00
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Assots tH.H.a7I49ipS 00
ComprieloK tho Underwriters' Afiency.
YONKERS, N. Y.
Asset. ., 878.4M 13
Assets 153,193 23
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. r
As.ct C7I.0CO 00
SECURITY, K. Y. MARINE,
AB30tdw. ttt..i(si.i.tt(Hla132a8D 00
STORK, Dwellings, Furniture, Hull, and Car.
Ko9, Insured at rate, m favorable aa sound,
iwrmancnt necurlly will warrant.
I re.petttlully auk of tho cUitooa of Cairo, a
ahate ol their patronaio.
V. If. nCGUEH,
Office at First National Bank.
Hoard and Tulllou, per annum..
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
mi'ui'aatr.n nr ii. a. n. ruixcc Aatnca,
Hoard and Tuiti.n, per annum , 1M 00
Pr.ildcnt-TtiB Very It. V. I. llellmuth, D. V,,
uenu ui iiuron.
For particular., apply to Major Evans. London
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
The Forty-Third Annual Sea.lon of the.
Will open on Monday Sept. 4th, '71
Thin I.-tho only lu.tltutlon dfLearnldir In Hie
went, linviui; )et'ne.tabU.heUlul8l. Thucour.o
of aindie. utlera uverv facility for acquiring a
tliorouiih CLiameol and Commerolal education.
Ciitiitouuert eontalnlni? Itihtruetiona to narenla
mid ful piirlleillara, will bo aent on apdlloatioo to
KEY. O. II. OTUil D, J.
I'realdenl, Hi. Louts Univ.r.lty,
TUBLIC NOTICE. .
Wherea., William lUUurkeand Roaanna Diirku
Iim wife, did on the 'iid day of June, A. U. Ufa,
Kxecuta their certain mortgago or deedol trust
10 laham N.Haynteto secure certain note, there
in ini'iitioned, wliicli deed of trust wra duly ae.
knowledKed and recorded In book "D"pks 333
hdJH in the recorder, otllca of Alexander coun
ty, Illinois. And whereas, default has been mada
in the payment of said notes. Now, thereto: e,
ill nccordanee with tie proylaions of laid det
and by vlituo of the powers therein eoutaiotd. 1
will, on Friday, tho Utdai of September, A. 1).
1871, at the frontdoor of the court housa of At
exsnder county, Utatool Illinois, at o'clock of
aid day ptcwvlto eell lea follawtni; dwcrlbed
procriy, situito tyinx laths city of Cairo, to-wlt;
iilnetaea (1U) In block Bfty. lour (M),aa the aaino
wis eauaeil to be platted asd recorriad by Maanrs.
Taylor and IMvls, the aaina belDSt deacrlbe.1 in
aaid dead ot trust, tor eaaU In bajad to thai ftlhf
bidder, and will sikuU to the purchar ar piu.
cliner a dwd (or ih aaa.'
Administratrix tot Isbtun M. Htsu, ,
July 2xli.ini. v-MKiL