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JOHN II. OBEKLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TEUSDAY, JULY 4, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE!
a ti'itorK l.ytmuiTiumbull and John A. I.njs.m.
tii .riM nlalUe fi I he .Slate nt Lnrii Vai'mey.
IteprevnlntiH" Tliirlecntli Iittrii l-Jcilin M,
M KM IJKIIS GENERA L ASS KM IILY.
Si nat'iM, 1st Illslrlcl T. A. II. llolcmh, of
I 'iiioii, amlH.K, lilm,of (Ullatlti.
lt prcsentallU', l't HUtrlrl-II. Vnton Webb;
Judc-l. J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting AttonvyI.- FY MiCartney, of
Circuit Cleifc Jno. J. lUrman.
H'lcnll-A. II. Inln.
Asaoe.a'os-J.'.K. McCrltcand Mareh'ldon.
Clerk-Jcob U. Lynch.
Coroner John H.dossman.
M UNICIPAL "oOV K UN M KNT.
Mayor John M. Lvidcn.
Oimplro.ler K. A', lturnelt
Clerk Michael Hosrlcy.
Marshal Androvr Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Ilron and II. Hhsn.
Chlitof Police L. H. Myers.
Pohen Constables John Hliethan, (day), anil
Jos. II Viirrun and J.W.Bumncr, (night.)
Mayor John M. Lanadcn,
First Ward-P. O. Hehuli.
Siefond Mitr-1 U. It. Woodward.
1 bird Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-3. fctaU T.ylor.
Cilvat-Unsc-W. I". Hallidsy nnd "
IIOAIIU OF ALUERMEN.
TllWr WAUD James lWarden,
SECOND VAltl)-H. II.IOunnlniihMn,
XII I Ht WAKDWm. Ktratton,
FOL'ltTIl WAltU James Carroll,
Time of Mutiny.
The Cily Council meets In Joint session on
Friday evening preceding; the first Monday of
The Select Council meets on tho first Wtdnes
Jay and Thursday, "Iter the second Monday In
MAED or Air.i:x.
Tho Hoard of Aldermen meet cn (ho first
Monday and Tuesday In every monlh.
COM MITTEES OF THK COUNCIL.
Oi .Sfrcrts Mcnrs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
WooJ and Metcalf.
mX-MMr. Cunningham, Schuti, Fitier
aid, !eno and Itatllday.
CTniMi-Measrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleh.
Mice and Jail-Messrs. Carroll, Huder and
CtoJinnnfrs-Mcisrs. Sense, Walder and Taylor.
re Jierxirfmcat-Messrs. Reaiden.Swayiie and
Mai Uti-Mes Schuli, Winter and hleh.
I'rinlind I(f irs.Woo Iward, 8ayne and Iluder.
tUante Meanri. Hurd, fitratton andMetfall.
Donni pf JltnllhThe Mayor, and Mcatro. Hear-
den, W inter, titration ana cairou
I'reaclilnK, f-abhath at 10 ftnJ '5 r- M-
Prayer meeting, Wcdm-.day at ?S ''
r-unday gcliool, 3 r. x. J. M. Landen, Super
intendent, ltev. C. II. Footr, I'atir.
MKTIIODIST-Cor. Kit;h(h and Walnut K(a.
FreacliInK, Batbiith loij a.m., and 7 r. m.
I'raycr meeting, Wnlncaday, 7i r-. n.
Sunday Kchool ,3 r. . L. W. HllUdl, Hucr.
Intemlent. Her. F. L.Tiiommu.s, I'astor.
CIILUCH OF Till'. KEI)EF.MKIl-(i:piacoil)
Morning prayers, yahbalh WY a. w.
Erenitig prjert",7H r. m.
Kct.Mb. Cms, Ileetor.
ST. I'ATHICK'ri CllUUCII-Cor, Ninth St. and
l'ubllc Service, Sabbath ej and a. m,
Veapcra, 3 r. i.
Sunday School, r. i.
Scrvlco ovory day, 8 v. .
ltev. I'. J". O'IIalloiuk, l'rlfnt.
Salbth School, 0 a. Sabbath.
t'rinclilng, f-'abbalhl' a. m., and 71-. m.
Itov, 3, FuitNU, I'nktor.
MISSION hl'.NDAY SCIIOOL-In the Chrntiaii
Church, Ki);htceuth Sircet. Habballi Scnool 3
J. 11. r.tnii, Bunerlntcndcnt.
YOUNOMENWCIIUISTIAN ASSOCIATION Reg
ular meeting aocond Monday o-ach month at tho
l'rayer room of Die I'reabytermn Church.
Weekly l'rayer lucellnK, Friday. VA r. M., at
tho l'rayer room of tho l'rehytcrlan church.
C. 1'AanuMi, l'realdent.
AFHICAN M. K.-Four(iciiih St. between Walnut
Services, Habbnth, It A. m,
Sunday Sohool, IK r. .
I'reachlng, 7JJ v. u. Itov. W. II. Haowa I'nalor
SECOND FHKE-WILLHArnST-Fineenth SI
between Walnut and Ccdnr.
Servieea Subbiith, yt and 3 c. si.
ltev, N, ItK-KH.I'u.slor.
FltEE-WILLllAITIsTHOME MtSflu.n tUN
HAY SCHOOL Corner walnut and Ccdnr Sl.
Hundav School. 0 A. u.
FIItST FREE WILL HAI'TIsT CHUUCII-Cur-
Services, Sabbath 11 A. m 3 r. u. and 7J4 r. u.
Itov. Wm. Ktui'V, l'aslor.
FlItST MI89IONAHY HAl'TWT CHUltC'H-tJct
ween 10th nnd llth Btrcetf, uenrCodar.
Preaching Sabbath 10J a. m., nnd 7J r. ".
l'rayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching. Friday evening.
Sabbath School, V.ir.H. John Van Haxt6r and
Mary Stephen! Superintendent.
Hoy. T.J. Biioiikh, Tastor,
011NINAN0K NO. 117.
An Ordinance to regulato tho duties of tko Chief
of Police and I'olico Constables,
Ha It ordained by tho Clly Councilor tho City of
Suction 1, That tho Chief of Polloo shall act as
iar policeman, and shall havo general charge ol
tho Police lorca of tno city, (excepting the City
Marshal,) and, under tho general uirecllou of the
Mayor, shall superintend nnd conliol ttio oners
tionsot the several pollco constables wlulo on
duly, l'he other police constables niw author
lied by ordinance shall do duty as night watch
Bco. 2. All ordinances or purta of ordinances
In contlict herewith aro hereby repealed:
JOHN M. LAttSDEN, Mayor.
Approved, JiinoiOth, 1871.
AlUbl : M, J. Howir.v,Cit) CPU,
iiov'ni' r, John M. Palmer I
Lio'ileiiniii-Oovi rnnr, .liilm Doultcrly I
) rcii Iniy i f date, Kdnajd Hummel ;
Ami Inrnf Htslc, 0. F Lipplncott
yiiile Treasurer, II. N. llnles i
Hiiiit. I'til.llo loMriietluii, Newton Hale
CATAW'IIA OIlAl'K PILLS.
CATAW'IIA OKAPE PILLH.
CATAW'IIA OUAl'K 1'ILI-t.
CATAW'IIA OKAPE PILLH.
CATAW'IIA aitAPK PILLS.
UATAWIIA UUAPE PILLH.
CATAW'IIA OKAPK PILLS.
1'i itirv Tin: iir.oon.
HELMIlOLD'rl FLUID EXTIIACT SAIliAPA
ItlLLA Curc all Eruptions of (he Skin.
IlELMDOLD's FLUID EXTRACT SA1SSAPA
ItlLLA Cure llio wort form of lllood t)ica,e.
IIELMIIOLD'S FLUID EXTIIACT HAIfAPA
UILLA 1'ntcra heavily Into the Circulation of tho
HELM HOLDS FLUID EXTRACT SAllSAPA
llILLA IlcautlQea the Complexion.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTKACT fARSAPA
P.ILLA. One bottlo la equal In alrcnglh to ono gallon of
inoyrup or uecocuona a uuany maie, aim
a wlns.ela.i added (o a pint of ater equals the
ce'ebrated LISr.ON DIET DltlNK. Try It this
way. A delightful beverage.
HELMIIOLD'S CATAW'IIA GRAPE TILLS
IIKLMIIOLD'H CATAW'DA OKAPE PILLS
A pleasant, ife and agreeable Cathartic.
UELMUOLD'S CATAW'DA GRAPE PILLS
Ueed in all attectionv vthero a Purgative Medicine
IIKLMIIOLD'H CATAW'IIA OKAPE PILLS
Harmless to a child, and taken by children.
HELMllOLD'h CATAW'IIA GRAPE PILLS
Hujicrscde Magnesia, Sslta and every other Pur-
HELMIIOLD'S CATAW'IIA GRAPE PILLS,
Certain in effect, and pleasant in operation,
HELMIIOLD'S CATAW'IIA GRAPE PILL
la not n patented 1MI.
IIELMIIOLD S CATAW'IIA GRAPE PILLtf
ArocomjMiaed ol Catawba Ornpo Juleonnd Fluid
Purchase tun bottles of HELMIIOLD'S HA IIS A.
PAltll.LA and ono box bl PILLS worth their
weight In gold.
No better investment ran bo made lor so small
HELMIIOLD'S FLUID EXTKACT DUCHU
Has acquired a world. Ide tame.
ALL of my preparations aro meritorious. A
period of twenty years has proved thfs to bo
See remarks madobylteninmln Traverse, F. It.
C. H. Speaking of thoo illi-eases, and diseases
arising from the. excess of mercury, he states
that no remedy Is equal to the Extract of Sarsa
parilla, its power Is cxtrnordiciirv, more so than
any other ding I am acquainted with, 11 K in
in the strictest sense, a tonic, witlithislnvaluablr
attribute-that it is applicable to a stato of tho
system so sunken, and vet so irritable, as ren
ders oilier substances til ii.o toniu class iiiihti.ii
able or injurious.
Sea KEMAHKSol the (fREAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEN OK AMEIIICA !
Wm. It. Warner A (!..
U North Third street, Philadelphia, Pa.
II. X. Hclmbobl!
Esteetneil Friend I congratulate you on
having tho handsomest and at the samo time the
Most Effective Pill that I have over known for tho
purposes Intended. WM. It. WAHNEK A CO.
II.T, Helnibold will remark, in conclusion, that
his remedies are the result of long and careful
study. The Fluid Extracts have been before (ha
public twenty years. Tho salo of thorn in thai
time proves their value. All havo been tfiiellt.
ted by them who followed my" Instructions, aud
to-day thoy stand unequalled in the, extent of
their sale, nnd unsurpassed bv any medicament
in thu Dispensatory of thn United Slates, not
excepting u single, Hotb, Hoot, Plant, or Bclou
Pharmaceutical I claim all mlnotobo, and havo
neror putontcd a tingle ono.
To dispel any Impression or prejudlco that
might exist In tho minds ol many against my
preparations, from tho publicity given through
advertising, and that I am nnd have been ft drug
gist ror a period of twenty years, und more con.
cluslvely to prve this see feller from tho larget
manufacturing chemists m tho woild i
. ivovomber4, ISV4.
lam acquainted with Mr. 11. T. Hclmbold; ho
occupied tho drug store opposite my residence,
nnd was sucevsslul In couduetlng tho lmlness
w hero others hud not been equally so before him.
I havo been favorably impressed with his charac
ter aud enterprise. WILLIAM WIOHTM AN.
Firm of Powers A Wlghtman, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Drown streets, Philadel
phia ALL STAND ON Tlltlll MI'.niTH.
Tho Pill I havo thought ot ottering to the afllio.
(ml tnr tun vears.
They are now tier foci, and I shall stake, my
time, money and famo on their effectiveness.
The inviting stylo in which thu pill itself Is made,
tho bottle, label, wrapper-nil show with what
caro they havo been prepared. After examina
tion, no English or Flench preparation will show
greater care, and 1 nm really proud of them.
Instead f tho uauseous.looking, carelessly
prepared Pills vended generally, nnd put up In
wooden boxes, and mado generally, or ottered
by those hnv.ng r.o experience ns physicians,
druggists ii r manulactururs of medicines, teat
the modlclno ottered by your obedient tenant,
II. T. IIKLMUULD.
Crystal rnlaco Drug J?toro, No. Ml llroadway,
Palace Pnarmacy. Ollsey House, Hroadway, and
Twenty.nlnth street, Now York,
Temple cf Pharmacy, Continental Hotel, PhUa.
delnhla; aud No, 1(M Boulh Tenth atrcei, Phil
adelphia. sold, jiv Diu'coiaTa kyeuywiieiik.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
KOCIIKF01.T PKONOUNCKD IN
SANK. THK FKKNCH LOAN.
GAM HKTTA AND HUGO DKLK
GATKS TO THK AS3EMHI.Y.
LATKST IJY CAllIlK.
DKAT11 OF COL. AVM. MAYNAKD.
ETC, ETC., ETC.
DEATH OF COLONEL W'M. MA YN'OllIi EX
' ' AMIXATION OB CADETH.
lHportcd especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
Washington, July 3. Colonel Win.
Mnynanl, of tlio onliimnce tlejmrtmcnt,
died nt hit rcjidcn.ee, in this city, tv-Jny,
gcd aixty-flvo yenrs.
Tho board of visitors of "West Point
tnllitajy uendemy havo reported to Sec y.
Iloutwcll in favor of nn nddltlon to tho
corpa of cadeU. Tlio board ulso cxntnlnod
ninety npiilicanta for admission to tlio no
cadcniy, of whom ten wcro rejected for
pliyjical disability, nnd twenty-two for
ARRIVAL OF SENATOR OIUMKS AT HOME
SENTENCE OF ILLICIT Dli.TlLI.ER8.
Reported especially for iht Cairo Ilullelin.
New Yok, July 3. Ex-scnctor Grimes
of Iown, who rcturn-d from Europe, yes
terday, will spend the summer with hi
family in Now England. Hl health is
United States Judge Jlcnedict, of Brook
lyn, to-day, sentenced six 'llicit distillers to
tho Albany penitentiary.
I! V1LK0AD ACCIDENT.
P.epoiled especially lor tho Cairo Ilullelin.
Baltimore, July 3. An accident oc
curred on tho Ualtiinoronnd Ohio railroad
last evening, midway between Ualtimoro
and tho Itelny house, caused by amisplitccd
switch. A locomotive and several cars
wcro thrown from the track, but nono
seriously Injured. Tho "Washington and
western trains were delayed until this fore
noon. NEWBURYrORT, MASS.
CAVED IX ELEVEN MEN 11URIED ALIVE
"Ileported espcc'nlly for the Cairo Ilullelin.
'Ewnur.YroKT, July ;.".' On Saturday
tho Marsh's lilll bank suddenly caved in,
burying eleven men bonealli nn immense
mabS'f earth. Eight wcro soon rescued
but little injured; two others, John Two
hcy and James Cushtnnn, wore dead when
reached-, the last, John Clifford, was bad
ly If not fatally injured. Cushmnn and
Twohoy each lcavo a widow and si chil
dren. Tho cut whero tho nccidont oc
curred was about thirty feet deep, and tho
men had como to n moro gravolly soil,
which, having no clay in, cav 1 1n nnd
brought down tho wholo mnss.
COLFAX AND HIS HEALTH HIS DETERMI
NATION TO RETIRE FROM POLITICAL
LIKE NOT CHANGED AIISCONDINQ
(Ileported especially for the .Cnjro Bulletin.
Ciiicaoo, July 3. A special from In
dianapolis says: Tho editor of tho Jour
nal has a letter from Colfax in which ho
donica tho statement that ho hai-rccon-sidorod
his determination to, rotiro from
political life. Ho snys that with tho sin
corost grntitudo to his republican friends
for their long and continued confidence,
ho expresses hopes for tho continued tri
umph of tho principles and tho cnndldntcs
of tho republican party. 116' docs not in
tend to bo a car.didato for political hon
ors again, but to rctiro to privato life nt
tho end of his present term. In speak
ing of his health ho says : "I nm feeling
quito well and strong iiguin, and nmroally
enjoying rest nnd relaxation at home,
which I havo not onjoyod for yrars."
Sanderson, n partner in' tho banking
houso of J. A. Davis & Co., Eurokti, 111.,
has nbscondod, taking with him about
twenty thousand dollars belonging to tho
bank. On this account tho bank was
closed but will bo opened again ,on Satur
day, nnd will contlnuo business. Sander
son hud horctoforo borno n good character.
Hoported especially for tho1 Cairo Ilulletln.
Gum. I'll, Ontaiua, July 3. In tho
baso ball match played hero Saturday bo
twoon tho Forest City club, of ltockford,
111., nnd tho Maplo Leaf club, of Guolpb,
tho former scored 13 nnd tho latter 1L
Thoro was much oxcltomont over tho
gamy, over olght thousaud people wit.
Hoported especially lor thu Cairo Ilulletln,
CiNDiNNATi, July 3.--Tho rlvor lias
fallen tlirco Inchoa slnco Saturday.
"Weather cloudy In port. Thormoineter
ARRIVAL RIOT CHANGE OF AM11ASA-
liOIW DEPARTURES NEW LINE STEAM
ER THE FRENCH LOAN ROCtlKFORT
PRONOUNCED INSANE OAMIIETTA AND
IIU(ll) DELEGATE TO THE AHSEMIII.Y
VICTOR EMMANUEL IN ROME, ETC.
Iteported especially for the Cairo Ilulletln.
London, July 3. Tho steamer Colorndo
has at rived nut and rcpoits that Lord
Jtloomflold will rotiro from tho position of
British ambassador nt Viennn nnd will bo
succeeded by Sir Alexander Buchanan
Lord Loftus, tho present nmbnssador to
Berlin, taking tholattcrs's post.
Odo ltusscll has been nppointcd nmlm's
ndor to Berlin, nnd will bo replaced In tho
foreign oflico by lord TontirJen.
Thorowor disturbances by Orangemen,
Saturday, at Lurgan, Ulster county. Tho
military was called out, tho riot net read,
nnd tho riotc-.t dhperscd. Quiet hns been
THE NEW LINE STEAMER.
Tho Orngon, pioneer steamer of tin
Bristol nnd Now York line, sailed from
tho former port Saturday with forty-four
passengers and a full cargo. Thousands
of spectators wltncstod tho departure, and
enthpptlc cheers wore given for tho new
THE FRENCH LOAN.
The French 'oan is already abovo tho
prlco a', which it wr issued, b' causo of
tho quiet manner in which tho French
elections passed olL
Tho hcul.h of Guilders, lato 11 t Lord
Admir'ty, l improving.
I'AKle, July 3. Returns indicate tho
election of fifteen modern to republicans
Gumbcitn returned. Tho 3 We statos tho
army did not vote. Bochcfort has been
pronounced insane. A long interview has
been held between Thiers nnd Kabrico,Gor
man ndminislrntor of civil nffitirs in
Tho workmen all voted for Gambcltn
and Hugo, who aro candidates elect for tho
first scctio- of tho seventh urrondesscment
of Paris. Jcturns from Sccaux aro favor
able to gov irmncnt candidates.
In many districts only a two-thin1 vote
Home. July 2. 1'rlnco Imperial Fred
erick nnd wife leave to-morrow for En
gland on a visit to Victoria.
Victor Emmanuel arrived to-dav nnd
had an enthusiastic welcome.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Itiported especially for tho Cairo Bulletin.
.T T.niYTi .TnK- !l. Tlnur nnlv cmnll
order demand ; choice super winter, S5.00;
S.VC0. "Wheat. 2 to 3e. lower; netivn
at adcclinoj red fall No. 2., $1.20. Corn In
bulk easier; mixed on iracK, w 10 ouc.; ao
sacked. 57J to C8.Jc. Oats opened firm and
closed dull at 024 to 53c. AVhisky, steady
at 91c. Pork, firm at 10.75 to $10.00; ba
con firmor; shouluers, ic; clarsIU' '.9 c,
OiiUirin nrlcea for orders. Hums, sntrar.
cured canvassed at lOJc. Lnrd, I0c.
Chicago, July 3, Thero was no sc-sion
of the board of trade to-dny, it having on
Saturday adjourned over till "Wednesday
in honor cf tho Fou-th of July. Thu
curbstono market had a fair attendance.
Trade, howover, nnd operations in wheat
and corn for futuro delivery wcro mado to
n considerable extent, .mj. i wncat sold
at $1.101.'J11, seller, July, and closed at
f l.201.20j ; for that of option sale? for
tho last half of July $1.21 J, and for Au
gust 1.171.181. Corn lower but fairly
nctivo at Cljc. July delivery, closing nt
013, 01J, 52 and 03c, seller, August, clo
ing at 52Jc. Nothing dono in other grain
and prices nominally unchanged. "Whis
ky very firm, with reported sales nt 90c.
Provisions Inactive; light sales of mess
pork at $15, teller, July. Cuttlo receipts
about 0,000 head; market fairly active,
and prices of shipping stocrs Jlc higher,
choice $0.305.40, closing firm tit tho out-
sido price, ilogs receipts 0,115 head;
market active nnd.priccs steady, ranging
from $3.80 to 4.16;' but most sahs wcro
mado nt $II.10. Sheep dull nt
$2-l for common to choice Re
ceipts, for tho pat forty-oight hours
Flour. 4.40U bbis.r wncat, w:m misncia;
oats, 25,300 bushels; rye, 1,021 bushels;
bailey, none, Shlpmonts Flour, 6,340
bbls.; whont, 23,891 bushels; corn, G7,949
bushols; Oats, 40,091 bushels; rye, nono;
barloy, none t
CincinnXtl July 3. Flour dull; fund-
lly $0.40C.C0. "Wheat lowor nnd unset
tled; now $1.271.30, and old nt $1.30.
uorn qutotai o?e. uaisuuiiat o-.'iwc.
Barley ttnebanged. AVhisky Uim at 85c.
Provisions hold at nn oxtrcmo rate, with
vory littlo domund, mostly for shoulders,
which aro wanted at cc, but uoiu at tic;
bulk sides hold at 7173 nnd 81c, and but
fow otfored, though not much domund;
bacon hold at TH and ge. tor Biiouiucrs;
mess pork $16.00; no demand. Hogs
lowor ut $4.154.I0 ; rccolpts slnco Itut
Saturday 3,700 hoad. Cattlo dull at $2
0 per cwt.
Dktrot, July 3. "Wheat dull; ambor
$1.37; No. 1 whito S1.431.31i regular
$1.25. Corn quiet; mixed COJc. Oats
dull nnd lowor; ofl'orcd at 6G0. for mixed,
with no buyers. Bn-loy niichangcd.
Toledo, Ohio, July 3. Flour dull.
"Wheat dull und unchanged; No. 1 red
$1.38. Corn dull and a shado lowor;
high mixed &757Jc; low do. GOJc. Outs
dull nnd a shndo lower; No. I 071c.
Mlchlgnn 05 Jc. Lnko freights vory dull;
3c. to llufl'nlo nnd Ojc. per cwt. to Oswego.
Baltimore, July 3. Flour dull for low
grades; westorn family $77.70. "Wheat
ulland lower; Oh 1 9 and Indiana $145
1.60. Corn unclmugud; mixed western
72QPC. Oats 5800o. Porlc steady.
Bcon shoulders 70.; sides 99le; clear
rlbOlQ'Jlc. Ham 17c. Lard llllle
Milwaukee, Wis., July 3. Wheat
dull and nominal nt ?1.221.23.
New York, July ,:i Cotton--No ,rcK
ulnr meeting of tho Exchange. Quota
tions for future salos nt 20Jc. Flour dull
and lower; superfine western nnd stnto
$o.20ri.0r,; common to good extra $5.70
C.lo. Whiky nominal nt 03d. Wheat
dull and lowor; No. 1 spring $l.i:.1.40;
red and amber $1.52!.5t; No. 2 spring
$1.I2J1.:1J. Com dull and lower; In
ferior and common western mixed nt rS(i
70c.; prlmo shipping iO715c Outs dull
nnd drooping; western I'llJfiJPiGc; Ohio
C709c. Groceries unchanged nnd near
ly nil places of butlncM closed. Fork
Steady; moss $10.37J(Ti;l5.iV). Lnrd steady;
primo steam lcjc.
New York, Juno 3. Thcro hns been
considerable excitement on tho street to
day in gold. Tho treasury programmo
amounting to sales of ono million, only gold,
weoKiy lor juiycauscu lmmcuiuto advanco
in prices. A small quantity sold at 113 :
then largo transactions occurred at ll3j,
and finally prices became 113 9-1 G- Sales
of govornmont bonds wcro heavy; about
S700,000 havo bcon taken for export.
rrices paid wcro U to ill J ror G2, in
for C4s, 112 J for new C5s, 112 for C7s and
111; tor lU-iUi.
Liverpool, July 3. Wheat winter
lis 3d; spring 10s 0d10s Cd ; common
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Rntranco on Hixth-st.,)
F. J. OaWjs, 1
H. C. Cadjr, J. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. Lodwlck, J
OA K Ki, CA DY A CO. Proprietors.
SOUTH KILN' HOTEL,
Ohio Levee, between Sixth and Kirrhth streets,
opposlio main steamboat landinjr,
NKW'LY FITTEH AND FL'ItNISIIED,
Terms, 8V! per liny.
Watch kept for biats and trains night nnd day.
Je2ldtr WIUTF. x LYNDE,
Oppoltn the PotottieP, on Sixth Street Mween
Wellington nnd Commercial avenues,
This homo has been thoroughly over-hauled,
remruisneii ami renovate", nnu is now open tor
tho reception of Ktiests. Tho rooms aro all largo
uuu wen veuiusieii, nnu iiiiiiiiiiiro now. Maicn
kept nigiiianu iiay, .Mita. (iAH-NKY,
COMMERCIAL-AVENUE, OPPOSITE P. O.,
The IIousf. is Newly rcuNisiiin)
And o.'lcri to tho public first-class accommoda
tions nt reasonablo rales.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER m MILLIiVERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
t'oiiiiiirri'liil A v I'll Hi', opposlli) i:illit
III A V I'll IK', tlM'
mill lliij lliurii's
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAK
Made to order, or Itcady-Mnde.
A full assortment of Misses' and I.udles'
IlHts nnd Itonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
MRS. C. McGEE,
EIllHTH HTREKT, II ETWEEN WA8HIN0T0.V
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUEH,
lln j lie t received a full aid splendid lino of
SILK G A LOON
SILK AND VELVET HUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND IIONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And n full nnd complete stool; of
Millinory mid Pa i icy Goods,
All of winch sho proposes to sell at
THE YEHY LOWEST CASH PRICES,
slllltOMATIO work Printline 111 lnnnv and
l I .....1 -ln.l ..Al... ..'..A I............I.... ..!.
celebrated chromatin nress ilone at tho Ilullelin
10I1 printing oltlce, This is tho most retnarkablo
.'IE... viwi ,11 ...it, cm. .to 1. iiciiumio una miy
the work, In colorod prmtlnif, of ten ordinary
Iirusnt's, vnernujr reuiieiu inn eusi Ul umi enarni;
i r of work tua very lnw rut".
FAME COOKIWO HTOTEN.
AGENTS FOR THE
WARRANTED FIRST-CIiASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
WHAT HOUSEKEEPERS HAY ABOUT
IFIMIIE" COOSZHSTC3- STOVES
ALWAYS THE REST,
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
AND UNEQUALLED IN THE PERFECTION OF COOKING APPARATUS
EIFFEEEITT SIZES K"OW SEA-XJ-X-.
I II Y
GLOSI1TG OTJT LT COST I
The ptillic are hereby notified that tho large and magnificent slock of
ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC., ;
llclnnglng ti the (slatoof the lato
WILL BE SOLD AT COST, , 1
AT THE OLD STAND, CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
I.OTIlIN, 1IA.TN, CXVH, ETC.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
.A.T THE LOWEST CASH PRICES,
Tho Cheapest and Dcst
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
fOllJIEll OF JilXTII-ST. AMI OIIIO.LEVEE,
n.VP.TICULAn attention paid to orders for WH1T13 SHinTS In nil styles made, and only
JL. of thu beit of material used.
No. 101 'OMMi:iU'IAI, AVEM'K,
Winhes to call at tent on lo his immenso stock of new and seatonabla
CARPETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
EVBEYTHI1TG FEESH, 2STEW, DESIBABLB.
D it ess Goods a Specialty.
Novelties in Sillts, Poplins, Jiumncso Silks, Silk Warps, Mohairs, Lattus, Percales, P. K'n.
eh-, American lllaek (Iroa drain Silk, and u full linu 01 the celebrated
Heaver llrand of Puro lllaek Mohair.
Tho largest assoitmcnt of
AV111TE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
Itenl iiimI Imltutluii I.iiron, otc. over olTVml III tlio elly. .tr nail rboleo
Nly leH r 'iriet, mill m mil line or Ull Cloths, nnltturo, NCstlr Carp
el ami HiiirH. HootH, ejIiikk nnd IImIn lis itreni surlely.
PAIR DEALINGS AND SMALL PROFITS.
Hf"An examination of his stock Is respectlully asled.
LLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, ) .,u
John H. Mlllkey, - CAIltt), ILLLNOLS.
oO'Partlciilar attentloTpald lo river nnd ad.
OFFICE ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER'S IILOCK.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT 'LAW,
William 11. firecn, )
William II llilbert, CAlltO, ILLINOIS.
Miles I'.dllbert, j
OsTSneclal attention ulveu to Admiralty aud
OVnCF. -OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL DANK.
BOOKS, pamphlets, brleU, cataloeuts, news
nansrs. tax lists, and evsrv varlevv of eiten.
sivu prinlluK oontractod for, and promytly and
speudtly oxecutivt, In the Ilulletln book, job,
r.fSHHiiiijL'r '1 fci'iiiii. 'i.iiji..... ..i
ti O O II H.
HltS. SCOTT WIIITK.
R . SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Also,, keep conilantly on hand A most com
ploto stock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES,
a 1 N h,
Port, Madorlo, Sherry and CMawVft'VViaea
SMYTH k CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
viniQi) tact mev inviia inn spcuu kutn
I tion f
cias narfsiD uuyvrs,