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I lIUItl.'H-l'.lfditeclitli
lulwcfli V.l-lillil'.l"ll:ill'l Walnut.
Mielw
vi t) fiuwl.iy at HJ u. in
Bllil M
I) HI.
miliar -ehool at 3 p. '"
ti.i)ir nit-ftirK uilin ta eve-mint
I'llHSHYTUKIAN -rr.tb Ntreit.
l'roHilniiK, Hiiblu.th at Mi a.m. and 7J I'.ui
ruyer ineell i', v"iri-ifiiiv ai it i. in.
al.l.uth i. him ..I It 111. .1. M. LallwItTI, Hll
miiitui.lwii. Hkv. II. 'i n a v:n, I'jftur
ell.lHODISi'.- Cur Kijjtilli nl Walnut l
1'if-io.hiiig, tiabbath ui ml a.m.. and; i. ru
I'liivii iiu-etiiuf. WediieilaV.74 I' in.
nhbith .School, 3. p.Ui. 1 1. W. MllUvell,
fcUpenlltllidCUt. likV. I I.. Tlloili'.on,
I'astor.
lll'HCH OK Till: KKOIiliMHll-U.'l'Iftt-
1 M I
luiinUK players. SabhstU U'J ."
1 . lull', irk) un, 71 p.m.
I'd .til' -l llllf.l, 'I UUI.
Itr.c . h. I'OiN, ltd tor.
i I'AIKIi KM (.!lll:U-NlnlU iK. ill.l
tiilisTull Aceiiuc,
' blie en Ice, .Habbath Mill) jmd Hll a.m.
j.efa, i li.lii.
3 ,oatll .-ibunl. U p. 111.
t ii ery dity, s ii.it).
Ukv. I'. .1. o'IIai.i.oi;a,, I'neM.
i Mi I I'M'h CHI'lHIIi. -(Iieimsn,; cor
1 1 if l Vt jlimt and ('limn atiecK
"la i til) Mthlialh at ID iiYIim k a. Ill
. r -. U in.
I ! iilll)' Week day, K nMnrl. a. UI.
i . UiiIman, l'rift.
l KM N Lb I'llKltAMJIIMU-'ll-iatli
lift between n-hliiKtoii Atnilu and
. it) ill Ml flit.
I itjiluiirf Minday murium; at 10 o'Uoi.h.
ab ,itll .School ut 2 i' luik . in.
Ui:v. c. DtniiirtouiiKi:, 1'a-tor.
VOli'iU MK.Vs C'llltlrvTLVN AS8t(,L
1IOV Ki'gtlUr iiiuelliis! mtiiiuI .MoimI.iv
t .ten month at their room our llo.kv.uil
.i Co' Look store, i.'nmiiii rplM avvuun.
n hl i'nyv r luntrtuiK, rri.lny.lj p.m. it
1. niiiii
I.. W. rtTIl.MViti.I.. I'roslilf tit.
HOM JIlNilON AltY IIAI'I IST
1 111 K II -ttiinn ftjfJiiKirf ttuil r"itty
I 1 -trr. l. i'r. mliinu -nl.l.atll 'it II
1 I. a. 111. ami .ii.'i'lorl. i. in.
! l .Silt.wl I ll'i l k p. III.
1... 1 uur. Ii 1-r'Hiui'.'.lii Mtli the lllimn
A ' utiun, li) tlif I'irrt Mninry II !
Ii Iinr li ui l alrii.
Ukv. Soi.omuS I.KostKn, I'ariur.
Hlll'AN MirillOiMHT. 1'Olirtrnntll, 1)9
Hi (11 Walnut anil (.'nlar.
r K 1 :ilililli, II a.m.
i'.Ulli.-diool. II Mii.
.t k liiti'U at 3 i.tii.
hi omi i kki". wii.i. ii.rrisr--ni-
t I'titli ' tri'i t.,li;t'eiti Wuluiituiiil Cedar.
.!. f'-iiilnlli, IJ ami ;l p. 111.
UKV. .N. ItlOhM, l'astnr.
1 Kl I, WII.I. llAI'i'iST IIOMK MINION
MIIIAIIi .vc'HO01.. Jornr W-.li.iil
ju I ( edar Strtft.
.1 lialli M'liDol. ' a.m.
r 1111 KHKK WIM. llAl'TISl' (.'111 ltd!
-1 urryV llatrackf
' (.rwcei.SaWjstli " a.m.. 3 p.m. A7p. m.
It.. M. Kr.l.l.l.Y, 1'antur.
KIU '. MISSION Alt Y HAl'TInT cHI'Itt II.
1 1' Ur, bftwi-f 11 Miilli au.l 'IVutli st.
I'r. ai'lilu salibatli, I0J u,iu. ami 71 p.m.
I'ratfr lncttluK, VS inliKaKltt uUUH.
rrjiliiii(f, I'llday fV iilti. ,
I ijlli hi'liuul, IJ p.m. J0I111 anliaxtor
an 1 5lui M'p!ielrt,iipi'iliitfiidi'iil.
I'.KV. T. .1. hilolsito, I'aitor.
I 1 oM I!A1'TIST lll.lt' ll -KourU'i ;iilb
. 1 i.tupi'ii t 'tfdjr Mid Walnut. Urn
,uiy l!iitit imri Ii leinijuiztil I') tin- A
iltllll.
-4bbatli, It a.m. p.m. ami 7 p.m.
I'.rv. Jaldii llli.UiLi:V. Kl.li r.
seuki:t OHDKRS.
I I IK iUXhON-.
MHO (ll.MA:;iKltY. Nu. W-r-fl-J"'
Awciutilv at tlie A)lU!iiMaonlc UnU, utrt
..tat llilr.l Monday .1" lii'mntu.
Alltt 1 t)l.'Nl II.. Xo.MI.-ltBiilar( oiih
a'lon atMasonli' Hall. tli wi-oint I inlay
ill 1: Jill liinlitli.
UW rilAI'TIIlt No. Tl.-ltiyu it t mi
votatlun t Ma-mlit Ha". " lliu tlili.l
llit.day nl i-mtv iiiimtli.
A1KO ifoIH.K, fii'.W K..V A. M.- U-K I
ur Coiuuiunloatloin at Maonle Hall, tliu
el0Ul and loiltth .MoinWyi' nf each tnuiilli.
Till'. Oll.l'KI.I.OWS.
-1.1 SAMJl.lt I.OOOK, 'ill -Mfi-tn in od.l
Itllow Hall, III Arti-r's blllldiuij. cv.t
1 1, itiy eMUln at 3 u'rliii'L.
.ST ATI! oVnOHHS.
, enioi - .Icitu I.. lli-M lldKf
i 1. iiiLiunl-Ouvi 1 nor-
. iillil nl stall t.H.lMC 1. Ilai
. n.lilurol rfutr-l. I I.Tpplni-'-lt
II. Ilailuw
HH' l U' l-iirui '-i . . , ,,
t ui, mi 1 tuiiiial -.lamimh. I .dull
,,t Pillillu liittriiction-.Nuwlnii IIhUiiihii
(.u.NiiKradMHN.
( ti,tllM
if.. ii n.l .1. OL'li'-M and .K1I111 A
( iraL
III till-
nt.it lui ritflitui-nlli Hitttlit-1
ll'IU lit'-
Mniui:if :.NKitAi. ajwumiim.
ll,,,ii..nutiM'H in tin; UHli 'H""';1;"
,'im II. Obi'llj, Win A. LeinuiH Hid MalU-
Ct,tatui7oV'lho Willi dMrl..t.lcM' Wart".
I ill'NTV OKr'ICKHs.
(JIIICUtT I'dliHT.
1 i.ii'ii l. HaluT, ot Alovaiider.
,Ii!, .tt..r.i.-y- I'atricl. II. IMI"'
1 ! l m.YoI'"
iicntl -A. II. I"ln.
t. ... m iitln Asioh-m and Prewuti'i.
CllllNT-V CIIUIIT.
ii.ii.rp b llroih.
Atsoclatc-i-J. I.. .kUrtte and 'J. Mir.diil.
i"leil; -.Jacob O. Lynch.
I oinnM .li'hli II. (liii'inaii.
MliMi H'AL tHi'i:it.NMi:;i
rrAmnT-U. A. CiiimliiKlnm
1 oi.iptr.dUT -I II. -mi-.
, H.H. MiclmelHnwl'- ..
AttoiiiKV -II. WaUiit; U;bli.
I'uliri' Miv'Mrati'H-l. Ilnxa md .1. .1.
"jlanliaUi.d Thiol nl I'nlli'i'-Wiu Mrll.il.-.
licet iiiiinin- iiiniT -H. ' O dllir ui.
Health UlliuT- W. WuiiU'll. ,
M-milii'i- I'-dni' r.il.-..rA. am 'aii'ilit.
y Wluli . imp, I'lndip lU'iui, (.lui. M. Iiii.m
iitd 1'. A. I 'nu.int.
IIOOIK Kf AI.1H.HMKN.
Kirnt wurd-lliiam "I'')- ltl"1 '
'''inou'iid w ird-llcim in Miei and Wood
K1Thlid'.'-aril-.lolili Mi l..Min and K. linrn-
mi'ycT.
Koiiith ward
C. r. NcllW and M. d.
Miduulcy.
I' llth ward
II MoirK
Ino. II. Itohln-nn and Win.
COAL.
UAI IK) CITY OOAJi
U prnvsl i- J'll'.'lT, mum" v "' 1
illlnllll f
PITOBUUG AND ILLINOIS
GOAL.
OUDKItH loll at "''"l&iffi'liS
onto mcvkk, nr at l)n Cl ri1 'fL JitV..
b ClmrluH liutol. IU roJUl yu pmroi; t jlton
tlon. TUo Tuo "MuHTACK lm& L0M
louKtMlo to stoimom at any uoar.r
UJii
Hcporleil f.xprnssly for tlif Hullntin.
POLITICAL.
T II K LI lilCKA I. inilMM'.LIrANd
K Oil 10 !M CAIXM'.S.
OI'IKIONH
CONCUIiNLNti TIIH
I'AKTV MOVK
M8TIKU AIJOIW' Foil A CAN
IMDATI. ITllJ (iUV
i; I5.SU If
SIOVKMKNT TO I'OltM A NKW
HTATH OUT Oi' I'.KT OK
HII'I'l.
MltKTINO 01" A CON VKNTION
J AUKUON, TKN N hH.SK 15
AT
ClfKAI'TltANSroitTATIOM Atl.liT-
l!i(J IO l!K IIKLI) I.N
m:v YOI'.K.
V.'iO..
Kit-
KTJ
oil lu l.ntHIU l.f .
Cul.fMNt Ohio, .Intr Hi-li.dicnlioiu
arthat th I.tbral Allen CDanty cunvrn
tlon will nnt Imm Urgii&s WManticiptitwl,
l.p to '.hi' tlmu reprontilivM of thirty-
tw.i rtiutiej bhvo Hrrivi-d. The l.il.rf.l
K-ml.lirnin h-ld k riiiicin ! night, W
I' .Slnn of OUnwa uourtH, Utn hair-
main. .Matt ul tlw time wai apnt in an
interchange of opinion to thu proJiit-ct'
of (ik-tom of tna new inoveumnt. find
while nil pnt.Hr9 of iyur IiujhmI
for mucMi, aevoKil Hiimni; thorn
IwUriul thoy did not eipwt
ncc thu yunr, but wrt willing to widt
lor tli fulurt!. A resolution wa ullurod
Hiidonini; Dim LiU.ru! Knptiblicaii etnte
uiiaitivo uoiuiiiilti!!', in idmiiging tho timu
ol holding tho LiUim! convvntioti irom
tho Hum tlrjt let. .Many penbri mid tlm
timn hii J . onm wlifti the Liberal l'u-
ml. In-Tin parly, h a ilUtuirt .irKKiiizulioii,
ahould bo nbaudon.-J, mid tin- following
rntolutioti wti adoptnl
1.k-o1vmJ, tlrnt we licartily )..in
with thu DaiuucrHti of thu -Uttt,
nnd nil other who clioi.t.- ti p;.r ticipatH,
to furui a nw party to di'til with thu liv
ing iui id thu day, to uuito with them
in tho adoption ul n platform and rioiniii'
ation of a ti lint Col. Loivnin thu rotirw
of In remarks ittid hu w fully i&t.tUod
from rionaI knowledge that rft)Ktur
ThiirniHii wni at thu heed of thi
now patty, but did not oponly
say so I wnuiH' he felt lie wi impotent to
bring tho iiiHeiof thu Ujinocriitic party
to hi support. Col. Lowa iid ho hoped
901110 liiiih-liitlidod )diii'i:rat would bo
oliciuin to hnad thu tic I. ft to bo nouiiliatod
to-inorri.tt. Thit toiitiniunt wui hoartily
lapplhlldud.
I UK NKW hi ATK.
Ia v.un, Toiitineiw, duly !i. Thecuii-
vi 11 tlon funned ot dnli(;:itu l'roiu North
Mii'ippi, V.'n4t Tt'iinoficu and Woaturn
Ii i.n tin l y iiiti-rutted in tin- tiiovuuiuiil
looking to tliu formation of a now ttatti,
u-eIilblill horn tliM IlioniillK, Mild nrnnll-iz-wl
by thu appointment of Mj, I1.. Hurt
nl' Tmni"!4M, flialrnriK, und thu ap
pointment id a I'limuiittfj of tliri'ii from
exoli ituto tu ropoit prniiitiutit ullli er fur
the ciinvelitioii, ull-u whii li thoy inljournml
till half-u.t tvw. A (tor ro-Hiuiblin in
tho altcrnoon tho I'lmimitti'n mi
I'KltM VNKN I lU'.mSIATIl'N
Hupurted tho I'.ill.iWHi which wan
Hiloptod. I'rfn.denl Kunr.uth Kayimr,
.Ml.'iwippi , Yiru I'rerili'tiU, YV II. Kil
p itr'.i l; of .Mitiiiippi, .M II. Ilrown, Ilor
iicn Ma 1'ollc of Tunui-im, and .lolni ,l nr
lin, .1 r., of Kenturky. )crctaril V.
Nmliit and .Libit -M. Allen ol .Miath.ippl,
l M. Windrotn, I'.ulih find II. C'.
Ilutnrttnf Tutinusii'O, und .1. II. Vanni
b'li of Kentucky. Hon. Konmit Itiynor
llltroduiwl, l.itiiieU with itpprnpriatai Mid
STIKlllMi UKMAI'.KM,
l.vinvini; tiiucli z'"il in tho on turpi iec, und
prudioting moi-flis ui u reward of eniirgy
und puriuvernnun. Il was followi'd by
Judj-u Millou Hrown.in ri'inarks ot muuh
fori-o, A reioliiliuii wa oll'urod by .1. L.
II T.unlin ol, lenneTiuii, lur tho appoint
nient of u I'uiitrul roiumitlmi ol If,, i-oui-po"i'd
uf tlvi) from eaih ttnto, with
power tu iippoint suli-romiiiiltenj to pre
paro an iiddiop und ill other ways matii
fot thu lulvuiitiiKe- uf lortniiii: tho pro
posed new etato, iuvi'stiii; thu comtnitteo
with powor and discretion to memorialise
thu lc;iilatiiri" of thoo etates, and con-
gru.a, loukim; to tho iropor It'ialntion
necussary for thu now formation, which
whs itdopted as ollutud. i'urlhor cuiiimit-
t n'i v.'or 1 appointed, with reforencu to tho
government of tho projtint
sn-sioii of thu convention, ami
other minor detalli, followed by ono of
.Mr. l'ollc of Tonuesieo, eottitu; forth the
u IvanUic,!!?, mid li.iiit; thu hounduric?,
nil ot which oll'orod uppropriato ooininil-
to r, and will b iiiado tliu subjuet of tic
tiou. Adjnur led till U o'clock to-morrow
moraine;. Tlio rciiri'sontuliuii i-t lar(;oind
still iirtivinj;, uuthitsiasiii hih, purpo.u
3inj;U) und ttimnluioiu,
u.sioN rAciric pa i.'oaii,
Omaha, .litly 'Jy.Tl 0 Union IMciUc
lUlllovl cnuijiiuiy has applied to United
Statos JiuU;h Uunoy, fur tin Injunction to
rstftln thu collection of tuxe tovUd by
. T1 I ill.
OAIKO.
ilnte authority on I n 1 nrrnttil in md ol
this road. A temporary in jutiriim, hoi
Lei-ii iilluwed. 'I'his npplicutiuti ii bsied
on 11 deitiiliitiof the IJtntKl Mutm iiiprmiio
riinrl, In tlie 'ie or tho
Kiimn I'ftplllo nilfoad, vi- Jl'rescott
liuldinif !iijh ltil not latahlo
for romoDl, tint, ttmt thu company hat
tiot forfeitm! it right to Um mtnt by thu
performHfiefi of nil lh comlithinii of thB
ri-t, nu ll pstenti Lcini' hld by the int.-"
rior dtjiartiiiHiit lili certain .pniliturn
ricomiiit.fidi-d by l ofumittce of cmiiiiuit
ritiretu uppointod in lji;t. tu ciHiultin tbu
rod, uru made . 11-coiid, thu piwer
..( nlMte taslioii would def-Btthi. right ol
tho UniteJ Mtatfi to rwpure mch landi to
be hold at k do lar and a ipiattor per itcro
3 years after oumpluliou ol thu road, ui
prvvidud by tittllun throl of thn oompi
fiy 4 rbarler. The iompi.y be tilf Juhr
1, IBi'i, to r-iimpletetliH rond.
n!K foSI'AI. UKI.IVKRt .
W'aiihti.tos, duly X. Th-j pont-otlico
il-prtiiiBnt Hituhliiltftit froo dnllVDry of
letters nl Mpririjlleld, lllinola, with finir
onrrier. Service ctmimenci-i Seideiu.
ber I.
TJip twrctary of lal ha trannmittml
tLo report ol the privy council of ('afimlii
In regird to regulation to ho mutually
agrtoil on Iwtwmri thu governrnHnts, un
der article do o." the trmity of Yahlng-
lon, concerning tho trntnit ot t'ood
through tho t'nltwl .'itnt("i niiiI Cunadas.
The rejKitt iiijgtel feMirul important
ino-lificntinnv I'iceptifi" traiiry roijuU-
tiuiir, in order to facilitate purxifi-i of
trntiaiHirtHtioii. it ii not douU'id 11 1'ntii
fartory arraugiunciit will tu initdo.
New Yoiik, duly 20 -It wai rumored
in the city to-dy that tho lofK delay in
tho lUto dnpsrtintint in dliposlrit; of tho
cmeiirCarl V t. i'owlng tth fact that
thoy have now undi-r coiuideratinti prc
liinilihriei of an fxtraditlon with Uol
gium, under which Volenti buuitradlted,
thu av..idin the couipliciition which will
be likely toarile in cane he should Iri ox
traditod under the treaty with 1'ruuia
Owing to tho peculiar phase which it I
ulo rutnorfI taw h.u MiHitinud, thn cine
may become tho ubjeet of a cahitic'. con-
ferenco.
"UM'JKliS IMI.OIIKO 1 filKMi-,
Yaiii:.i.ton, July '.t. Several lunl-
rK colore.1 uilizins nt Wanhinton ud-
lrejel Wenator yiiiunur a letter, congruU
ulkting him uii the recovery ol bin health,
and oxpref jin the hope that In- would be
able to rcMiino Ida kiborn in the tcnatu,
whem they my ho has lung contended for
he wjuhI rluhU ot all men.
I II RAT TKANHl'ORTAT ION.
Nkw Yokk, July 2! --The choaji tmtii-
portitlon rommitteo met to-day und
adopted a call for a wan iiicotini; at
Cooper Initilute early In Sopteinher Biid
made nrraii)euiehtl fr Hi gctieml clrcu-
latioti
.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A tlUL SL IT
Si. I.'. 1 i, duly It;. The beirj ul .lac
pie ('Iniuurgaii )in o entered mil ill the
United State district court of thiJ dis
trict, f.T coiitlriiiution of n title tu 11 very
largo tract of land lying in tit. Oniric and
Lincoln oiiulioj in thU statu. Tliu tut
i brought under act ol congrois
Junj lo, ImT:', v;hlcb uuthorius
iliitri. t courti to taku jurisdiction of nil
such claims und decide upon the'r valid
ity, nnd provides that wheru the land hat
been sold by tbu United Slnti', tbu claim-
mite can taku thu snuiu tiiiinber of acrci ul
public niuU, Hiiijei t to private entry ut
it 'lo pur ncro, A a thn laud coven d
by thee claiii)- havii been udd
by the I'nitod Utiitt" only, thu
itiit will not ill any inanuur
dUtutb tbuau uiti-seiia ol St. ('hnilci, tind
Lincoln co luties, claiiidne; title. JiiCliuJ
ClatuorKHii wti! 11 prominent citizen ol the
Spanish colony of Luuit-iuiiu, itlid resided
in rt. Louis', on what wan theti culled up
per LoiiUiHtm, lie rendered ureiit tcrviro
to hu ijin eminent, in nxplorini; the upper
Ali-iouil river, and to com-
)ienatu hliu tor t ij 1 - Hervne, i.ml
loihoi riiitnined by him, the lion
tenant, irovernor, Don Zjiior Tilruda,
by h decree of cuiiccioii of March :f,
17'.i7, irftided to him thii traut uf land, 11
iiippid t. iiuntuiii -1 1 S,l)i)i) iirpcut' of
land. Tho luiirn lo thu suit are Henry
t.'liunorgaii of this city, Leuim ('.lamorcau
of Ht. Louis, 0. Clamorgaii ul Now Or-
lean, mul Julius ClHinorgan of ,St. I'.ui
Amoiii; the coiuijch retained by the heirs
nro It." !l und .1. Ii. Jirr.dfurd ot Wash
int;ton
CRIME.
V 1II.OUHV AKI'liAV.
Lot iimi.i.k, July 2!l A HpOCilll til tllll
Journal t;ivm 1111 ncroiint uf a bloody
ullra.v Ui'h morning ut Cuvo City, 8d inllea
b-dow thicity, between I). L. (Iruvos und
(J. r. Ttitkor. Until parties oxchanged
pi'tol ihuts, und (iravei wa cut in tho
chest and groin with u bowlo knlfo in thu
hands of Tucker Huston Tucker brother
of V wa accidontly shot by (Iravci
SHOT TIIKOl llll Till'. HKAHT.
MEMi'iiitf, July Lfinlrn H. 11,
Halo wai shot thnnigh thu heart and liillml
at Culm, in this county, yusturduy, bv
Hichard (lay All old feud hud uxistod
between them for yearn, mid iiifotlnj; ut
the villago it wa' renewed with tho nbovo
roiult. After shootlni; liulo, Ony Jumped
on his luirsu mid escaped.
tu 111: I'ltosncinKD.
i Htw Voith, .111)3' !' it is, understood
, that tho govnrniiiont will protsthu cities
' itatnntl" parties who havu boon import-
iug iuurior watcii inovemnnia into tins
country wll'1 ''10 "trgod naiuos of Aiuorl
can factori engraved on thorn
ILLINOIS. WJiDNKSDAV, JULV 30, IK7JJ.
FOREIGN.
e
TIIH DIJKI-: OF KDiMJI'Kd'll 'I'D
IIAVK Illt5 ANNUA Is
AI.LOW'ANOH IX
C'KUAHKD AM'mUOAN KXIIIIMTOISti TO
lilit'l'.IVK .SO MK KIHST
(!hA8H IMM'.KS
IH8MAKOI; l'i:i'..MlT.TJ'ilK IWIAIl
LISII.M KKT OK T'tM l'HKA NC'K
I.ODIIHS IN i'KUHHlA
HTC ,
KT0
ItTC
KKIII.CN u.
Imuhou, July 20. The (Jovurntnefil
projiues upon the niarrie of the duk
ot Kd in burg, to inrre'iio his yearly allow
atifo 112.1,000.
AtlKKIlAN rKI.K".
ikkn., July 2'.. There ii no doubt
that iiiaiiy of tho highuit prixoi for t'oods
will be uwarded to Americans.
uilOll TKVJI'I.AIIH IS- CUI.-IA
IlKi'.ri.v, July lllimarck )m,
granted ..jr ml-siorj to (Joml Templars to
oitabliih lodi;rt9 in I'ruisitt.
61'AI.V.
.Mtitisin, July 2'J. Tho bishop ol
Urniubi, who was held a prisoner by the
Insurgent", has been releaied. A dis
pabh lays tho Insurgents have begun tho
attack of Seville, Thetjovornment forcm
nro coiilidet.t thoy will ropel tho nuault
1 hoitoamer Yirginim, sei.ed by a tier
man man-of-war, ban been Kivon up to the
Mpiuiieli consul at Oibraltar.
MaiiUIU, July Senior 1'nleico, inin
Mer ol colonic1, and the deputies from
I'orto Kico nr.- diieuiing the bill provid
ing for the ubulitiou or slavery. in Cuba.
Thu CirlNt ferce has been laying ?iogo lo
1'crgu for overul days p.s-t, made mi at
tack upon the town yo'torday, and met
with a repulse, and havo raised tho siege.
The United States vico consul nt Va
lencia announces that two of tho vessels
seized by tho lriurgi;tiU have sailed from
that port with troops for the United
-States.
HaVONNe, July 27. Don Carlo has ar
rived at Leia, in Navarro, twelvo miles
northwest of l'umpeluna. The Carli'ts
aru concentrating before the town of La-
Oronu, and nn attacl; will probably bo
made loon.
WAR NOTES.
Oitv us Mfcxico. July l'J. via 11 a ana.
July U'.'. TUo KOTurntooiit Ui taerWeO.
dipitche conllriiiing tho report that the
heinous revolutionist, J.oazda, has been
tuken prisoner by the ii'itiounl troops.
Tim I.etiio revolution is about ended. Tho
govornmont h arranging to nond ii,000
troops to roitiforco tho army on thu l.io
Urande. .Minister Alejia declares ho will
nut support thu government In Its dicta
tiotial powers. Ho is charged with hold
ing h revolutionary caucus in tho hott'e ol
Santa Cecils auuiutttbo Into llai z.
A I'KOl'INT
Lu.siuN, July -..--The ItopubllCHiis of
llristol have issuoJ a circular protesting
ugaiit't mi iucrca-u in the allowance to thu
duke of Kdinbtirg on occasion of his mur
riugo SPORTING.
i l.l!.Vi;i.ANl) KAl'lW
Ci.t cKi.ANu, July '."J Tho third an-
nuul luedting of the club commenced to.
day, under favorable cirauiuitniiros. I he
track thoilh 11 littlu slow on account of
the rain Iti-t night, was in good condition,
and the attendance lair. The first race
waf lor horses; thit havu tiovcr beaten 2:Ht
in.harnesi, juirsii $'.',D(iO, Sl.'JiU llrft, ?725
second, :!7fi third, S26o fourth .Mam-
hrino Oift was thelavorite in the pools be
fore the rturt, "ellini: at il'"i
.Maloney was hucuihI i hoico, J 10
und the iIhIiI ii. There were 10
cntnei: (iolddiitt tool, tliu lead aud kept
it to the half-mile polu, when Mambtiiiu
(Jilt parted I. lui, uud won in 2 !iU. i lo'ii y
followed by titewart, .Maloney mid
.Minuefota Chief, whowero neck and neck
lor the second pl:tco,thu huat bctweun them
bein,-; declared tho net two heats, and
thu race wa won by .Mambriuo Gift in
'J J uud 2 'J'i I. .Maloney taking thu second
money, Minnesota tliird, (iuldilust fourth,
MAIlAinii.t KCCIKl.
Saksiooa. July 2'J, -Tho tuna last
night made the track heavy. The llrst
race for two-yeat oldi, $M ontrtucei
l,tiuo added, thrce-ipiiirters of 11 mile, .lu
llann, l'leur Ange, King 'estu, Von
gcanci, King Amadous, Steel lives, Ko-gardles-i,
Ituthlcn, brother to lnvernay,
sturted. Won by .'Heel Kyus, I'.o
gardln" i-ccond. Timu 1 112 j.
The second racu wa for tho ihrntuga
Clip, value MiVlOO added to sweepstukei cd
flu each, 2J mllos. Tho following
Marted. .loo. Ihiniuls, Harry liaBsett,
True lll"o Watidci'.T. Wanderer
wa a favorite in thu pools, Joe. Daniels
won, H.ti'ett second, True llluo third,
Wanderer, bad, fourth ; timu 1 10, I 10,
PERSONAL.
fKIEU l.l.NliK.l.t..
Si. I.oli, .lly 2'.1. I'otnr Lludell, son
of Hoh'Jlt Lindell, and nophow of 1'etor
and Jes'o Lludell, former millionalrca ol
this city, died at Djnvor on Sunday,
whithor ho h;id gono for hi health. Mr.
Lin.lcill.tunugli 'ptito young, only 20, wat
mi ardent adiniror ol thu turr, Mini hail
ilnno much for tho inipfovotnout of Hlock,
particularly trotters. Hu was tho owuor
of l'ilot Toniplo, (Jiwhon'Mald, Uattlor,
B'.. Liouii Uoy and nther horiei
THE CHOLERA.
Ill HtVM llir.ii
Viijjc.na, July 2' It, th Urra.ik in
, the suburb of this city there have been
lu one day as mutivm 200 of . bolr-
1 ru, and :t0 deaths. 'I he ravages of the
disease becoino eo eitcmivo that the ov
eriiiiient was couipelled tu order the re
moval o! troops lo llrttck, a small town
2 ! miles luu'.heiiit uf this city The num
ber of deaths from cholon is reported at
20 per day.
IN 1 OUISVII.l.f,
LouaUl.i.K, July -'u-James O Dun
tiell, ti laborer, dul to-day of cholera, alter
ten hours' illuei.
CASUALTIES.
WOOD ON KIKK.
I'll 11. inei.tTii a, July J;i--Firej arj
ruging in the woods along the line of the
Camden and Atlniitic City railroad for a
distance of twenty mile). Tliu ravages of
the fire can ho 'en In hlackoned trunks of
trees and burned cornfields and orchard.
1'arm houios ccapd through tS' exer
tions of the people.
Ilil.TIMOKK I.OhVKl.
IIam imouk, July 2'J. Tho nlliclal re
port of thu fire Inspector placet the num-1-arof
buildings deitroyod by lire nt 112
Ollicial eitimntnn! loss not made
- . .
INDIAN AFFAIRS.
ON Till: It AK-l'ATll.
Yanuio.v, i'.tkotn Territory, .Inlv 2'.i.
Aeur'eying party in charge of .M. T-
M'uliiy artivcd hero last night, having
heu llred Into by 11 party or ubnut llfty
Sioux Indium, 11 Yankton Nut hand from
Ft. Thompson under lead ol a chief named
(Jilllted Tan. ThU ccetitod about two
hundreJ miles directly north of hcre,on
tho Jatiics river. Tho Indians charged
that the lands belonged to thorn and they
would not allow them to survev them.
WEATHER REPORT.
WAMiiKiiro.v, July 2'J. l'robabilltlcs
On Wednesday for Gulf und South At
lantic ates, southwest winds partly
cloudy weather and numerous: local
rains. I'or Middle ftatt westerly
winds, with partly cloudy followed by
clear weather. I'or Now Knglatid and
southwe-t winds, higher temperature
and local storm. I'or Lower Lake re
gion highor temperature, partly cloudy
wuatbur, possibly cloud v ami ln.n.1 ruins
tn oxtrumu Norttiwett and Mlnnosotu.
RIVERNEWSt.
isik. 1111 j roil oi tiie 11 1 ei
Km 21 hour cmllm; ," p. 111., .Inly tis, laT.I
Above
! low
water.!
Change.
tilAlIO-Vd.
Itine. Kail.
PI
Ilonnville . . , .
Iliuuwlck.. ..
Oil 11
Cincinnati
Contlueiice. . .
D.iM'iipolt
K alivllle...
Kolt llelilon . .
Ilerniunii ... .
JclkTMjli I 'lly .
Kulia.it City '. ,
KooUtik
LaCJio-i-e
Leavenwoitli
l.uvlugtoil.. . .
Little Itock. ..
I.ulli-ille
2 a
.MurletU
.MeinpliU. ...
.Morn.iutiuMi .
.Na-lilllc. .. ,
New t!cue.i ,
New OlIe.HK
oil City
OiiLiha
I'.ulilcah . ..
l'iltnliurg. ,.
I'l.ill.-uioiilh .
Shieveport
St. .Inseih .
St. I.olllr.. . .
SI. 1'aiil
Vlcl.'.hurg ..,
JI-H.1W
Yaiil.tun . ..
111 2
0 ill
12 10!
, J
2.'i I;
i;iUVIN (1 llll.ANll,
Oh-erwr aiynal Scnlee, H. S. A.
:)i. Lui'l-., July 2!l Arrived, I'auiile
Lewis, .Missouri river; .Molllu Kbert, 1'itts
burg; Kob Hoy, Keokuk ; Miniiesutu, St.
1'uiil ; Hiibert", Cairo ; City ot Vicksburg,
N'kksburg. Ulencoo, New Orleaus; .Mag
gie, llliuoss river . Hob Hoy and North
welt, Jieokuk; Colorado, v"lcknbtirg ; St
Luke. Misiouri river; llul.er, tjuincy;
lliver fulling with ' feot to Cairo. Freight,,
to Now Orleans at 20c lor pound freight,
unit I lc fur tbiiir.
Lm i- 1 1.1 k, July 29.-I'.lvor tallen 10
inches In tho Iat2 l hours ending 0 o'clock
thl ulternoon, 5 leut lu the uhuuuel aud (
feet In thu pass down IlidUu chute, No
arrivals or departures outside of the regu
lar packet. Ilusliiess very dull.
Fv.xnsvii.i.e, July 2'i Clear and warm,
mercury 7fi to Mil. Hivor tallen 4 inches,
L'p' Law re n 10, Idluwlld. Florence Lee,
Huberts. Down- Hello Yernon, Mary
Anient, Hose lllto, (Quickstep, I'lorenco
Leo. Iluslncss dull.
ClNi'lNNAll, July 2'i-ltlver ! feet and
falling Arrivudi Clutrinor, Kvansville
Departed: H I' Hudson, Wheeling; Juni
ata, l'lttshiirg; C 11 Church, Now Orleans
Fair and hot.
.M KMi'ti is.July 2'.). Itlvur falling slowly
Arrived Ft (iig.son, Arkansas river.
Departed' ('oiiimuiiwoallh , St Louis,
City of liolenu, Vlcksbur):; Key Stolio,
Cairo.
VicuHiit'ito, July 2'. Down: Hart
Able and Henry Tele; Up: l'aulinu
Carroll; Wcathor cloudy aud warm;
lUvur falling.
Nakii vii.i.k, July 29 I'llverntatlonary;
ill) Ini ins on shoals. Weather fair und
ploasunt No arrivals or dupuiturcs,
Nkw Uiti.EANh, July No nrrivnls
or departures. Weather cloudy aud
pleataut.
l'lTi'siiuitu, July 2U, Hivor u feet 10
inches nnd fiilllug slowly,
MAKKiTREPORT.
tit: Louis. July Flour litfht do.
maud oxcopt for medlhm fall hrauds at
$.1 o0f;f7 It), which are scarco.
Wheat firmer; No- i rod fall fl 16 j No-
OFFICIAL PAPER
:i,U 25(7.1 2S; No. 'J, (1 J5, froelu ele
vator. Corn tinner, No. 2 mlscd, "IScoJOo., el
evator, Oats tinner, No. 2 tnlrod, 3'ijc.30c,
olovator.
Itye in demand, flrmer, No. C3c.t!4o.
I'ork ipileti, uud unchanged,
llaoon llrm. Shonldors tic. Clear rib
10e(,i)10Jo. Clear lOJc. Hams 14jc.lic.
Lard unchanged,
Whiskey steady at tile
Cattle quiet.
Hogs ft 30(71)1 1 20.
Mkmi-uik, July S'i. Cotton unchanged;
receipts 3U0; ihiptnenta l!70j stock '1,30
l-'lour firm, family $7" 2J.
Corn meal dull at $2 y5U.
White corn dull and drooplug at eo
(.i.C I c.
Hay scarco and llrm.
liran, 510.
llacoti tit m, unchaoged'
l'ork and lard dull aud nominal.
Chicago, July '29. Klour nrni, with
light market offerings.
Wheat buoyant, but unsettled for spot
orouiy; io spring j 1 :u spot or July;
now it 1!6; No 3 Si 01
Corn In lair tlemar.d and advanced; No
2 mixet a.rjj(o)3ojc regular; 3010 iresh
SJIOl; oojc uic August.
Oats buoyant but unsettled, No 3 2C Jo
spot; 25JCIV2CJC August.
Kyo II nn and a shade bettor; No 2 oOJc.
Uarley, dull and nominal for snot: dull
and easier fur future; sales No 2 fall
79c.
l'rovisions quiet Mid unchanged,
l'ork steady; held ut $15 fiOaput.
Lard dull and lower, is 90 cash.
Hulk meats steady; shoulders Bjc,
'Jje; suga- cured hams ia15e.
O K
YVllttKoy VAtS.
New Yokk, July 23. l-'lonr strongly
in tho buyor's favor, suner tS(TA5 '25: com
mon to good ii M0 20-. nood to choice
jC '2Su)7 1(1, white wheat X $7 6tf 16
Whisky fnirly active and tlriuer at tti
tVj'.'SJc.
W heat opuneil steady and closed dull
and heavy No 3 sprlnir $1 'i'Jl,C,h 32; No
'2 .Milwaukee;'! IJ(,i I 43) red winter west
ern $1 tVi(Tl 67.
Corn In fair request, steam dried mixed
fildijOc; white western "0(u,70, yellow C7J
fn fiS,
Out! a rdiado easiur; new weiteru uilxed
Ul; whito 47000c.
c;ollee ipilet und llrm
Sugar II rm;fttlr demand.
l'ork steadier; new most 11 2&.
Ilflef and cut meats unchanged;
clear B(7j)S3
Lard weuk, western stniitn 85c.
long
New Oki.ean, July '2'J. Corn ciulet
mixed C0c; wlilto 72c.
Oati t2(Tr;4:ic.
llran a080o.
Hay dull; primo $'22; choice (25
I'ork dull. 17.
Urlod salt moats firmer; ebouldera c
bacon lirmiir. yJfTillllc: hams ISifTTjlCc
Sugar dull; good to fully fair tfgo; oth
ers unchanged.
FHlli. UOWAHU,
STEAMBOAT BDTCHER
City WttiifiiiKi'uitnii HallUlasr.
irtibitKiil atteuitioD caU toorJr. frnmai.am
Ixi.irt fsliht nr
1IAJSJKU
RNTE UPRISE SAVINGS
(Iliitrteral 'ItrnU l, It1
OVlflCB OK
CITY NATIONAL UANK, OAIKO
ovricEKB :
A. II. SAFKOIU). l'roaldcnt;
4. S. TAYLOlt. Vlce-1'realdcut;
It. IIYSI.OF, aecrotary and Tteasurei
ciaacTOiil
r. 11. 11 1 tons, ClHis. Hitiaaia,
r". ll.iJlOOCSIIIIl. i'aULO.ISCUCH.
1C, II. CIllillaudlM, H. f, tiALllliai,
j. m. rniciisi.
lli'linalla ut nn Amount Hucelvedla-om
leu c eui iipwnru.
I.Vl'KKKHI' i.iit ud depoiils at tin) rale ol all
J 'ri'nit. per fccuuin, Match lat and ririjt.iii-
u-T ihi, iuibin.iiioi wuuarawu is caana imaie
Uialily lotlo )inuclinl ol Ilia deiiunlts, thrrtbr
isiuK uieui cuiiiuuuii luierusi
IIAliaiHli V.'OMKN AMI Uiiri.DAKN MAT
IlKfUHIl1 UON'ICr
J tCiT nii oaa sls cm iaw ir,
Ujicn utvr LU iluere ily fioiii .in. 10 3 p. in,,
uu.l H.iturJay ese-.jr UI HA VI.NU HJt'0inc
uiil, rioio li lo u cluck
.null W. HT.1l.0r. Treasurrr.
TIIK CITV NATIONAL"
ilAIHtl, OihinOIN
(lAl'tTAJi, 8100,001)
OUICBS
W. 1'. lUl.l.HJiV, I'ruil.lccti
lit.'. 1(1 I,. HAl.l.lDAV, Viua-l'icsUsai
. II.IIAKKOltl), Cbsliinri
wcl.lUrt IliUI.DI'. A HhitaU littler
masi'TOasi
lirtirs I mini, Uokui II. OvNnuiaatis,
HtNai I.. IU11.11.nr, W, I. HiiiiUir,
lis 1 ). WnuitMs, bttruiN rlika
A. ll.HArrnkti,
KsAlinK, Colli nnd Hulled ntale
llomle llonKlit nitd Hold.
liil'flHI'lll recuWetl, aa.l a geoeral taoklDu
bumueaa uoue.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
Uf 4IAIMO.
It. V. Afll LKll, I'renldetit.
.1, M, l'lllLi.n-3, Vice-President.
ClIAd. CIINNINCIIIA.M, Casliier.
O'JLLKCTIONB PKOMITLY MA.DK.
IiXC'lllMJK, coin, bank notas and Uattad
!i Htatea aneurllloa touglit and 10IJ,
Inlcreil Allowed on lime Oesjotlu,
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Our Home Advertise!.
HA L LIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FOHW AHDIHQ aud OOMUiaaiON
UCH (I HAITI,
DEAJiERS IN FIOUR: .
ial Affall SI
OniO UITHB AMD XAHAWSA
70 Ohio Lbvm,
Uaibo. Ilxj1-
MUiLKR . PA.RK.Hs
GEN ER Ali COMMISSION
VUHWAKD1MO MBKUHAMTB,
a
DKAIsKKS IN FLOUR, COBN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AUF.NT8 roi KAIKBAMK'S BOA LIS
Ohio Levee. CA.1HO. IXXdHOlfl.
COFFEY, FACE & CO.,
rOHWAIBINU
A W D
COMAIJSSION MERCHANTS-
1XALISUI IM
HAV,
UUKJN,
OATS,
MEAL,
FI.OUU AND COUHTKY PBODUOE
OA.1HO, ILLINOIS.
3-12tl
lariHMHUEII l33.
.1. O. A1ATHKWSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Aceut for
II in an amu DUfuNT Powur Co.,
AUGUSTA 1 OA.
7-teiu'
d. U. avers. atbb
AVKKd it CO.,
PLOUB
AMIS
GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No. 7B Ohio Lvk, Uaibo, I Lie.
l-7tf,
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commiisrioo
.MKKUHANT,
aau
WUABF-HOAT PKOPHIITOR.
preptre lto forward all kinds of frehjhtl
to an puinis.
sruastBaaa attaadaJ to preBpUf'.
WUODi;UirTENUOUHK 4 BKO
FLOUR
in
0nerl Counluioa MorsbuU
IMOHIOLBVIB

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