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OBERLY & CO.,
Ci.ri riM r, .lolin M. Palmer i
I, n ull iinni-OoviTnor, John Dougherty i
fri ti Imy it Hlntc, K.la; I litnnmel ;
ah. I lur .r Hlnle, G. I!. I.ipplncott,
l.ilrTrt-iiiirr, K. N. Hales J
iij.i I'nlillu Instruction, Nealon Uatemiui.
ii ii.ttor-l.yinaii Trumbull and John A. I.nn,
llcpri . til.ilie fur IhcHtalo at Inre Vacancy,
ltc.ic-inialho Thirteenth district John M.
At KM I! KK.S GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Hmalir, IkI District T. A. E. Holcomb, of
Union, ami H. K. (lilnn, or (Sallatln.
l!i .fi-M nUtUc, 1st District It. Watson Webb.
Jn lc-ll. J. llaker, of Alexander.
I'lo-icutiug Attorney J. K. MiCorlney, of
( ,r ml Clerk Jno. Q. liar man.
Hiii ml A. II. Irvln.
Wiu. Martin, Aamssor and Treasurer.
Judge I'. Ilroas.
AiK.a'e J.'.K. McCrlteanl H, Marrhildou.
Clerk--Jacob fi. Lyncii.
Coroner Johu II. Uossman.
Mayor John M. Ltnsden.
Treauicr J. H. Taylor,
dinplro ler-K. A. Burnett
Clerk -Michael Howley.
Marthal Andrew Cain.
Attorney I'. II. Tope.
I'ulici; Magistrates H. llro and II. Khan
ney, Cliixlul Iolice I. U. Myers.
Police Constables John Bhethan, (day), rij
Jo-. II. Vtlrrun and J.W.Bumner, (night.)
Mayor John M.Lansdcn,
r'irat Ward-l. 0.8'huh.
Swornl Ward C. It. Woodward,
llnril Ward Jno. Wood,
r'ourth Ward S. HUuta Taylor.
Cityat. Large W. I' llalliday and D. Hunt.
IIOAJMJ Of ALDKItJIE.V.
riiwr WAHD-James Bwdtn,
bVUJOSU WAKD-lt. H.Cunrilnghun,
Till III) WATtI-Wm. Htratton,
KOUKTII WAKD Jaraes Carroll.;
Time of Meeting.
The City Council meets In Joint ennon on
Kriday evening preceding the 6 rat Munday of
The Select Council meets on the t!rt Welnes
day and Thursday, alter tho second Monday iu
board or ALiiaxtn.
Tlio Hoard of Aldermen meet on the Aral
Monday andToeaday in evtry month.
COMMITTEES OK TIIK COUNCIL.
On S(rfi-Meirs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
Wood and Metcalf.
rninie Mesis.Ciinslngliam,Schuri, Fitzger
ald, Beaso and llalliday,
tlamt Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
IAiu and Jail Messrs. Carroll, lluder and
OrJmanttJ Messrs. fccase, Waldcr and Taylor.
t'irt AjuictI Messrs. Itearden.Hvrajne and
ilatltlt Messrs. Schtih, Winter and Kiel),
J Tinting Messrs, Woodward, Bwayne and liuder.
tnancciU!t. llllrd, fitratton and Slitfalt.
Uvnnl tltalllr ThoMayor, and Meaara. Hear
drn, Winter, Htratton andCairolt.
Trenching, Sabbath at lo, a. x., and 7K r. .
Traycr nireting, WeJnudny at li r. m.
tiuuday Sclioot, 3 r. M. J, M. Lamdcn, Super
intendent. Rev. C. II. Foott, Palter.
MKTHODIHT-Cor. KiRhth and Walnut Hta.
l'reachioK, Sabbath 1) J a, m., and 7 r. .
Tray tr meeting, Wcdneaday, 7;r. x.
Sunday Schoal fi r. M. I.. W. btilncll, Huper-
liilendent. Iter. F. L.Tuonrv, Tailor.
CIIUItCH OFTHK ltEDEEMKK-(:plicopal)
MornlnK prayers, Sabbath lu) j a. u,
Ktf nln prayeraJ,'!1. x.
Sabbath School, 9. m.
Rer. Ma. &u, Itector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUBCII-Jor. Ninth Hi. and
PuMic Sen icr, Sabbath and 10); a. m.
Vespera, 3 r. x.
Sunday School, 1 r. x.
Scrrlce orory day, 8 p. x.
Ror. P.J. O'lULLomv, Pried.
Hibbath Schooli K Sabbath.
Preaching, Sabbath 10J a. m., and Vtt. x.
Rer, J, Fitir.tp, Pajlor.
MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL-In the Chrutlan
Church, Eighteenth Street. Babbath Sonool 3
J. D. nun, Superintendent.
YOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS80CIATI0N-llf g.
ular meeting iccond Monday each month at tho
Prayer room of tho Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7JJ r, m., at
the Prayer room of tho Preabyterian church.
0, Pamom, President.
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth Bt. between Walnut
Services, Sabbath, 11 a. m.
Sunday School, 1J-J r. m.
Class 3 p.m.
Preaching, 1Y v. x. Rov. Win. Jackaon, Pastor
SECOND FREE-WILL HAPT1ST Fifteenth 81.
between Walnut and Cedar.
b'urvices'Sabbaih, nud 3 r. x.
Rev. N. Hicki, Pastor.
FREE-WILL BAPTIST HOME HIUSIUM fcUN.
DA V 8CUOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sta.
Sunday School, oi, x.
FIRST FREE WILL 1IAPTI3T CHURCII-Cur-
t'rvfceVabbathlt a. x., 3 p. x. and 7K r. t.
Rev, Wm. Kkllev, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY 1IAPT18T CIIURCH-Bet-wen
10th and 11th atrceti, near Cedar,
Preaching Sabbath W, A. M., and 7K r. x. '
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, $ r, m. John Van Baxter and
Mary Stephens Superintendents.
uor. t. J Biioau, rastor,
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A lecture on the natural treatment, and radical
cure of Spermatorrhea or Hominel weakness, In
voluntary F.misslons, Sexual Debility, and Impe
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Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fit Mental and
Physical Incapacity, resulting from self abase,
etc., by Robt. J. Cnlverwell, M. D author of the
"Oreen Book," etc.
"A 1J00N TO THOUSANDS OV UVrXRKB8.'
Bent under seal, in plain envelope, to an ad
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llounry.Nnw York, I'oitotlico box 4,o80.
ii elm hold' n
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ALL of my preparalioni are meritorious. A
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See remarka mado by Beniomin Traverse, F. R.
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See REMAHKHot the ORE AT CI1EM15TS AND
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H.T.UelmboIdt , -
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you on
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excepting a ainglo Herb, Root, Plant, or Helen
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TO disnel inv Imnrniilnn tr,lil!lA that
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preparations, from the publicity glvcu through
advertising, and that I am and have been a drug,
g st for a period of twenty years, and more con
cliislvely topreve this aee letter from the largeat
manufacturing chemists in the world i
t i .November 4, 1844.
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occupied the drug store opposite my realdonce,
and was auooessful In conducting the business
where others had not been equally ao before him.
I have been favorably impressed with his charac
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Firm of Powers A Wightman, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Drown streets, Philadel
phia ALL STAND OW TUKIB MII1TS.
Tho Pill I have thought ol ottering to the afflio
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the bottle, label, wrapper all show with what
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tlon, no English or French preparation will ahow
greater care, and 1 am really proud of them.
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prepared Pills vended generally, and put up in
wooden boxes, and made generally, or offered
by those hov.ng to experience as physicians,
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the medicine offered by your obedient tenant,
U. T. HEXilUMLB.
Crystal Palaco Drug Store, No, 604 Broadway,
Palace Pharmacy, Ollscv House, Broadway, and
Twantv.nlnth street. Raw York.
Tnmnle cf Pharrnucv. Continental llolal. Phila
delphia and No. 104 Bouth Tentk street, Philadelphia.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
RK.SIONATION OF COMMISSIONER
THE MEARD MURDER CASE.
TROUBLE ANTICIPATED IN NEW
REH10NAH0N OF COMMISSIONER I'LEASAN
T0.V OKK. C. A. ARTHUR TENDKIIKD THE
COMMISSIONER!!!!' AND DECLINES.
Wasiiinuto.v, July 8. It it known on
semi-official authority that commissioner
PleaiBnton bat resigned his offico on ac
count of tho "raiiundontanding" between
btm and secretary Uoutwoll. Ai toon as
FJcaianton'a resignation was handed in it
was accepted by tho president, and Uon.
U.,A. Arthur, of New York, tendered tho
poaition. Goo. Arthur expresses lilt ina
bility to terre, howovcr, and it becomes
necaataryto wako another selection. No
one'.hAi yt bean. chosen, but it is thought
Uwt deputy. commissioner Douyliu will be
ENGLAND AND AMERICA.
Letters received at the poUotHco depart
ment from Dr. O. McDonald, superintend
ent of postal money order system, United
States, who is now in London for tho pur.
pose of arras gins a monoy ordur system
between the United States nnd Oreat
Britain, states bo Is meeting with success
and will probably conclude his business
satisfactorily in a fow days, when ho will
leave for Berlin to make similar arrange
ments with tho German empire.
Wabuikoto.v, D. C, July 81 a. m.
Liuring tno past twonty-rour hours tho
barometer has fallen at tho Pacific nnd
Rocky mountain stations; has risen very
generally over tho Mieiiisippi river, but
ft now falling in Wisconsin; area of the
lowest prcsjuro of temperature, which was
Thursday night, was over Lake Ontario,
and is now cut of Maino;tho highot
pressure of temporaturo continues to re
main on tho Atlantic coast; has fallen de
cidedly on Lakes Ontario and Superior; it
has ritcn In Mississippi, and in Iowa fresh
westerly winds have prevailed; in tho
middle and eastern states slight disturb
aneet took placo Thursday, nnd brisk
winds are reported from New-York city ,
light and variable winds now prevail cn
tho lakes; baromctor has falion this after
noon withbrisk winds from tho southeast;
in Iowa and Minnesota big and southerly
winds are now reported; tavcro storms on
a small scalo aro probably advancing
through the northwest.
No material cbango is looked for in tho
country south of tho Ohio; ploasaut
weather will probably continue in the
middle, cast and southeast! winds and fall
ing barometer will probnbly extend to
night over Lakes Huron and Superior west;
a storm in tho northwest will prevail,
otpocially on Lako Suporior, by Sunrdny,
SENATOR BC1IUR7. AND TI1F. VICE-PRESIDENCY
NATIONAL BANKS AND THE
NEW LOAN FINANCIAL A ROYAL VIS
ITOR A MYSTERY.
New York, July 8. A Washington
special states that Senator Schurz has
written a letter to n gontlemnn in Wash
ington, in which ho strongly oxprosscs
himself in favor of Charles Francis Adams,
of MassachusetU,'for'vice-prcsiilcnt of tho
United States in 187'J.
NATIONAL BANKS AND THE NEW LOAN.
Tho notional banks continue to hold fi ve-
twenties and othor six per cent, bonds ;
and it has been discovered at the treasury
department that some of thoso banks bavo
advised thoir directors, who aro holders of
sis por cent, bonds, to keep them. Though
theso banks aro tlio creation of the gov
ernment, it is from them that tho most
serious impediment to tho success of tho
now loan hat been met with.
Arrived, stoamshlps Rhoin from Bremen
and bbcrman irom Havana.
A ROYAL VISITOR.
Reports from Russia declare that tho
grand duko Aloxls Alcxandrovith will
certainly visit this country in the fall. Ho
will probably nrrlvo hero in Soptembor.
Tho squadron which will accompany him
now lies at Cronttadtjand numbors several
of tho first vesels in tho Russian navy,
two of which aro frigates tho Sovottana,
and tho Iron clad frlgalt, Klnoz Pojonsky.
Tlio object of tlio grand duko in delaying
his vitit was to escape the heat of an
Amorican summer; and recommendations
of Gatassky, tho Russian minister at
Washington, in ordor that ho might bo
present at tno next session of congress,
and moro formally testify to tho nmlty
that exists between Russia and tho
THE WHOLESALE rOISONEIl.
A special despatch states that ull tho
testimony in tho caso of Mrs. Sherman,
tho wholesalo Connecticut poisoner, is in,
and the examination has bcon adjournod
till Monday, whon the counsel for tho
priionor will llkoly mako an argument in
favor of tho dismissal of tho charge, ns
not being sustained. It Is bolievod In
Dor by, nowovor, mat mo cuse win go to
trial and that the defenio will bo tho faih
ionablo ono of inianity.
Tho Tuna save of tho financial situa
tion: Tho nublio funds wero less firm
than yosterday and tho day before. Ru
mors from London of the sucsess of As
sistant Secrotary Richardson in placing
tho new loan. Private cablo telegrams
wero silent on tho subject, nnd tho prevail
ing opinion in tho stroots at tho cloto of
business was that tho report of yesterday
Thore is no loncer anv doubt that tho
Orangemon will parade, and that the Irish
soci etiei will openly prevent it If possible
A man known to bo a merchant doing
business on Market street, Syracuse, paid
a visit with bis wifo and child to Staton
Island on the Fourth. Stopping at tho
Lewis hotel, Clifton, ho loft to go to tho
races at tho new dopot, and has not boon
heard of since. Ho bad six hundred dol
lars In his Docket, and woro a mason's
badeo. The wifo of the centloman abovo
I referred to was left in uestituto clrcum
1 stances, and will ho tent to her homo by
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY
THE TESTIMONY IN Til K CASK OF MEARD,
THE MUitDKREK THE MOST FIENDISH
CHIME EVER COMMITTED IN THE STATE.
Chicaoo, July 8. Tho testimony given
beforo tho coronor's Jury on Tuesday lint
at Onarga, III., by Mrs." Moard ntul Iht
dsughtor in tho enso of Mnrtln Mcurd,
under examination for whipping his son
to death, shows tho crimo of Mcard to bu
ono of tlio
MOST FIENDISH AND REVOLTING
in the history of tho state. Mnry Mcurd,
wifo of tho man nnd mother of tho dead
boy, testified: "My husband whipped
Martin two weoks ago Monday night, and
my bnbo was born on Monday; I did not
sco tho whipping; it wos dono In unothor
room ; I heard tho blows and the child bog
for mercy; tho child then went to bed
and about 10 o'clock the next morning tlio
child camo into my bed-room followed by
his fnthor who was whipping him; ho
whipped him very hard with n black snoko
horse whip; tho child dodged nround tlio
room to as to avoid tho blows, and begged
for mercy; tho child was completely
naked, his father having compelled him
to strip himself; his t'uco was swollen from
tho whipping ho received tho night before;
his lather whipped him vory Jmrd for ten
or fifteen minutes at least ; ho stopped
whipping tho child and told him to put on
his shirt. Tlio pour boy mado and effort
to do so and failed ; his father repeated
tho order when tho boy raid, "I can't sue
it." "You can't sec tt," responded tho
father. "No father, I cun't see ynu, fath
er I cnti't sco you, and feel that 1 am dy
ing." Tho (lend then rubbed the lxiy with
spirits and forced somo down bl throat.
Thn child raised his head, moved his lips
and expired. Mcard then took the body
and put it under tho bed whero tho sick
mother whs lying, and it remained there
till evening, when ho burled it as previous
ly.statcd. TESTIMONY OF SAIIAH MEAIill.
Sarah, a daughter of tho murderer, aged
14 year, testified that her father hnd often
whipped him severely with n horse-whip;
on Tuesday, two weeks ago, ho beat her
brother iiml said that lio had not worked,
nnu whipped and knocked lum down twlco;
her father continued whipping, and said ho
would whip him till ho could not aland up
would whin the lifo out of hi.-l, and
when ho would say this her brother would
plead: "Father! father! pjcaso don't
whip me any moro! Oh I don't whip mo
anymore!'' Martin wasagoodboy and
liked his brother. About ten o'clock tho
boy said ho did not know why his fnthor
whipped him so, and asserted that if ho
did not own that.hadid so and so ho would
whip him, and to avoid it ho
would own to manv tilings ho never
did. On Wednesday II cot breakfast:
father roso when breakfast was rcadv:
horbrothor got up but felt so badly that ho
went dock to ocu; lutiicr mado mm get
up and go to feed tho stock ; when ho camo
back futhor whipped him nnd sent him to
the field to work. Shortly nftcrwods fa
ther brought him In and mado him take
off hit clothes, then whipped him; ho then
picked him up and laid him on tho stove;
the ttovo wax hot enough to heat an iron ;
I wat baking at tho tlmo; father put him
on the stovo twice; brother was pleading
all tho while, "father don't burn me, don't
burn me ;" ho screamed very loud ; the
tkin stuck to tho stove; his skin camo oil'
from his bock and fct j hit foot studied so
badly from tho burning tlmt I oponcd tho
door and father shut it. Whilo brothor
was pleading, father said ho would "burn
him till ho would work." I hnvo scon father
striko Martin with ills fist many times;
ho knocked brother down several times
with tho butt ondof ahorso whip; I nover
saw my brother after went into mother's
THE ORAND INTERNATIONAL PEACE JU1II
LEF. TOI.ICEMAN MIOT MURDERER AR
Boston, July 8. The old oxecutivocom
mlttco of tho Uoston penco jubilee ol 1 Still,
at a meeting to-day, unanimously resolved
to support Mr. Gilman's plan for nn inter
national jublleo next June.
About midnight last night police olllcer
D. Wilbers was shot deau on his beat, in
Chelsea, by a man who cum a up and said,
" How nro you ?'' and instantly llrcd. Tlio
assassin fled, and was fired upon twico by
officer Abbott; ho returned the lira once
nnd thon escaped. Corncllous, n s.rloon
keeper, was arrosted this morning on sus
picion of being tho murdoror.
WIFE MUKDEKKll AKIIE.VTKD.
James Armstrong, who was arrested in
Salem yesterday, charged with murdering
his wifo in September, 1809, in North
Bridgowator, makes n full confession of his
crime, which ho says was instigated by a
quarrel with his wito.
RIOUT OF WAY TO NARROW GAUGE
ROAD PUBLIC PARK.
Louisville. Kv.. July 8. Tho city
council nt its meeting last night granted
tho right of way through portions of tho
city to tho Louisville, lfards Creek nnd
Wostport narrow gaugo rallro ad. This is
a thrco feet gaugo road, and tlio project
is being pushed with energy, that rcnuors
its early construction probable. Tho city
council last night also directed tho mayor
to lay out walks nnd othcrwisobcuutify tho
grounds attached to the house of refuge,
wiin n view ol their uso as a puulic parK.
NEWARK, N. J,
TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT SEVERAL
KILLED AND MANY WOUNDED.
Newark, N. J., July 8. A shocking
accident occurred on tho Nowark and
Now York railroad this morning near tho
Forry street station, in this city, resulting
in tho death of soveral persons and tho
wounding of many others. Tho 8.05 train
from this city and another train from Now
York wero running on tho samo track and
camo in collision. Tho cars aro a heap of
burning ruins. Soveral bodios hove al
ready beou taken out, and it is supposod
that tboro aro many moro in tho nuns.
DEATH OF A PROMINENT MAN.
Philadelphia, July 8. Colonel C. G.
Chlldt diod lust night, ttgod 78 years. Ha
was formorly connected with tlio Aorm
American, nnd for n nuurtor of a century
was editor of tho Commercial itml Price'
Wm vvsiiiriiiUA. Pa.. JuW 8. lllTOO
more Injunctions wero granted to-day by
Judge Harding against tlio coal operators,
charged with working initios In violation
to tho mine ventilation law
Lono Branch, July 8. Tho first bur
dlo race for a purse of $800; two miles,
eight hurdles won bv Julius ; tlmo, not
given. Second rnco for a pursoof $150,
open for all agw, three inilo dash, won by
"Hembold," boating "Regards" and LG:cr
rold'' In the order named. Time not given.
Groat excitement prevailed during tho
COLLISION AT SKA REVOLUTION THREAT
ENED RAILROAD Sill l'rt CREW LOST.
Kinoston, Jamaca, July 8. Tho French
mail steamer has arrived at St. Thomas.
She was In collision with n vessel at tea,
by which her machinery was disabled.
Advices from Hocduras to tho 11th of
Juno, represents that thomlnitry was un
popular, and that a revolution w'ai threat
ened. Inhabitants who desired toomigratohad
to pay ono thousand dollars for a passport
to cnnblo them to leavo tho placo.
uotta idea advices or tho ibtii or Juno
ttato that a contract hat been concluded
with Harrv Melees for tho construction of
Callito advices of tho 22d of Juno an
nounce that tho English ship Wealth's ra
tions navo been lost, xno captain nna
psrt of the crow woro also lost.
IN NEW YORK AND 1'OlttT.AD.
New York, July 8. A Sro was discov
ered In tho cotton warcliouio owned by
I)o Witt & Duncan, 18 Bridge ttrect, this
a.m. There wero 2,300 bales of cotton
stored in it. ThonTo broko out on tho
second floor near tlio hatchway In a lot of
cotton bales that wcrotierd up there solid
last week. Several hundred bales oi cotton
wero more or lest damaged by tho flames
and water, the latter bcinz tho principal
causo of tho dainago. Do Witt & Duncan's
loss li ovor $8,000 on their stock". Insured.
Tlio premises owned by B. Blanco aro
damaged to tho amount of 52,000. Insured.
Not. l'J, 21 and 23, on thosamo strcot,
which form a largo two story warchouso
full of merchandise of every description
wero flooded with water, nnd tho loss to
tho owners will bo at least $20,000.
Portland, Maine, July 8. Tho house,
barn and out-buildings, belonging to Geo.
Blaisdall, of Levanori, woro burned yes
terday with their contor.ts. Tho llamas
spread to tho wojds nnd burned ovor 25
acres of valuablo wood lands.
AT CLEVELAND AND NEW-YORK'
Cleveland. July 8. Tho Forest Cities,
of Cleveland, and tho Etnas, of Chicago,
played a camo to-day. At tho end of
tho eigiiin tnntng tno scoro stooa -su to j
m tavor or tno tJiovcianu ciuo. ino
trial refusing to play, and somo of them
wishing to tako tho train for home, tho
?;amo was'.dccidcd by tho umpiro 9 to 0 in
avor of tho Forest Cities.
New-York, July 8. The Mutuals de
feated tho Kckford?, to-day, in n match
enme of baso ball by tlio following scoro :
Mutuals 3, 0, 5, 2, 0, 3, 0, !, 7 ; total 23.
Eck fords 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2. 4, 0, 0 ; total ii.
RIVER NEWS BY TELKGRAl'H.
Cincinnati, July 8. River flvo foot
nino inenct, lulling six inches in tlio past
twenty-four hours. Arrived La7ronce,
-Memphis. Departed Argosy, Wheeling ;
Bermuda, Evans villo; Emma Floyd,
Memphis, July 8. Weather cloudy;
mercury 93; river falling slowly. De
partedGrand Tower, St Louis; Mineoln,
Cincinnati; Belle St. Louis, Vickshurg.
llAUD and SOFT LUMBER
ot overy description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Steamboat L u m b k h,
Fiirnlahed on shortoat notice.
Commcrcial-nv, bet. 1 Otis nnd lltlt-sts.,
W. titration. T. lliul.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Sucvrsiora toHlrtUMn, Hudson A ClnrW.)
67 Ohio Lovce, Cairo, Illinois.
tSAtionU of American Powder Co., and nmu
utuduiers ngcnls for cotton yarn. jyTJtf
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is picpnrvil to Hiipply ciiiiuiurrs wllh the host
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
,UIF.ltS li'fl at llalliday Ilroa. olllcc, 70 OHIO
1 l.r.VKM.Tir ut tliu Oml Yaril Iwlow 1 1 if hi
Charles llnlrl, will rwi'ivn prompi nutMiiion.
THKTUtl "MO.NTAUK" w III print; coal alon,
alilo MeamiTH in any Hour.
11 ROM A.T III work nriiitmii in many nml
VJ and vailed colors at ono Impression, on lh
nitiAlirntpil chromatin ureaa ilonu al tlio Iliillntln
Job prllltinK ulUee. THla la Hie moat rcmnrUUu
Im unrk. In colon it orinlliiu. of ten onllnaiv
prfan, thereby rsditoinRtliH coat of Unit clonic
er ill wuik ma in i
BULLETIN BUILDJNG, WASHINGTON AYE.
ORDINANCE NO. 11 J.
An Ordinance aulhoriiinK stay of execution In
Ite It ordained by tho City Counsll of Iheclty of
Srctlox 1. That it shall bo the iluly of the Polica
MaRlatrates of the city of Cairo whtnuer the
City Attorney of.'aniil city may ao illirct to allow
n atay of execution for any tlmo not exceeding
forly-elitht houri In fafnr of any ror.on who
inny liavo been found guilty of a Tliilnllon of any
ordinance of aaldclty, and thi City Attorney may
direct such stay whenever he may think the in
Icieat of thocl.y require such stay of execution.
1'rowded, any person in whoso favor aUy of exe
cution la had who shall be lound within tlio limit
of the city of Cairo after the time of such atav ol
execution has elapsed ahnllbe dealt with as If no
filch stay of execution had been granted.
Aiinruveii junezu, inn.
Attest, JOHN M.LANibK.W, Mayor.
M.J. Howirr. City Clerk. Jegvllm
ORDINANCE NO. 110.
An ordinance to amend ordinance So. 29.
Do In ordained by tho City Council of the city of
Hrcriox 1. That ordinance Wo.ai, approved Aprl
ilh, ItCT, bo and thn tamo la hereby amended
by rwldliiL' fter the words "orany newer, trough,
or other tiling Uned for tho draiimco ol alopnor
water," In the eleventh and twelfth linea from
ine lop or section l oi aaid ordinance, tlio xorn,
"or any soap factorv, anyplace, bulldlruf or es
"labllsomeiit used for thn steaming or rendering
'f lard, tallow, fat, ottal or dead animals or any
"eitabllshment lined for the steaming orrendor
"iox of any other substances, wluCh in being so
"rendercdshall cauae tho buaiaeaa thereof to tio
'cllensivo to the public or an portion thereof or
inlurinus W the public health.
Approved Juno Wd. 1871 .
JOII.V M. LANSDK.V, Mayor.
Atteat,M..I. HowlsV, Clly Clerk. JeSmllut
ORNINANCK NO. 117.
An Ordlnanco to regulate the duties of the Chief
or roiiceanu ronco uonstaties.
He It ordnlnod by the City Council of Iho City of
Hsuttoxl. That the Chief of Police shall actaa
lay policeman, and aha'l have general charge ol
the Police torce of tno cltv. (exccntlnit the City
Marshal,) and, under tho general direction of the
Mayor, shall superintend nnd control tho ooora
tlonsot the seternl police constables while on
nuiy. ine oiner pence coriaiaoica niwautnor
lied by ordinance aliall do duty as night watch'
Hie. All ordinances or parts of ordinances
inconnici ncrewiin are ncreuy repeaieu;
JOHN M. LAflSDKN, Mayor,
Approved, .Iune,."Jth, 1H7I.
Aitest! 31. J. HowLtv.Cit) Cl'k.
FIRST NATIONAL UAiVK
DA NIK I, ilL'llli. President ;
UOIIIIHT W. MILLER, Vict'-I'rcaident ;
C. .V. HUnillU, Cashier.
COLLKCTIONH PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCilANdi:, coin, bank notes r,u I United
states securiliea bought and sold.
Inlorrat AIIoMctl on Tlmo IrtoaItN.
S'linrlrriMl Miircli III, 1401).
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO.
A. Il.HAFKORI), I'realdcnt!
S. S. TAYI.OIt. ViccITesnlent !
W. IIYSLOI', Bccrctary and Tremttrer.
P. W. Ilmei.AV,
I'U'I. II. hk HI II,
W. I', Hallidav,
It. M. Ci SMNOIUM,
J. M, PlIILLlrH.
l!piNltH f nuv Amount ItryclvrU fro ill
Ti'n t ents I'liHimlH.
J NTKUK3T paid on depoalts at tho rutoot six
. percent, per annum, Mivich Island Beptem
er Ut. Interest not withdrawn t added imme
diately to the principal of tho deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MAItHIKD WOMEN AND CHlLDKKN MAY
0 TIUT .0 II.SK Ll.kK CAN UIIAW IT
tll..n I...-!...,-.. I": fl . .. 1 ...
VJTH lltl-IJ UlinillC. Ill,, ii.iiii UII.IH. Ill tl l.l.,
and Haturibiy evening lor HA VINO DEPOSITS
oniy, iriiin o to o clock-,
au-i'tf w. IIYSLOI", Trenaiirer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
' A I It O ILLINOIS.
W. I'. IIALI.IHAV, l'ro.ldont i
A, ll.HAKI'Oltl), Cashiers
WALTER IIV8I.OI', Asalalant Canhier.
HrAAia Taiioii, khoiut II. Cdnmmiiiam,
tKUtT Willi, W. I'. IUII.1IIAV,
(Uo. I). Wiliiamsiin, HirrutN Hum,
A, ii. Airiiiin.
Kxrliniiifo, 'oln nml I'lilttnl NIhIch
Ilouil HuiiKl't il Nill.
DKI WITS received, and a general Miking
HOUSE MOVER AND HUILDER
Is prepared to do all kinds ot
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
HEPAHUNO OT EVKHY DKttCIlIPTlOX
ON THE MOST RCASnsAaK TIIMS,
OUDKKS left at the realdenco ol Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next door to tho new aohoo
bourn, or addressed to the eire of V. U. Vox 416
orl e Uutletln otllce, will receive prompt alien-
OBOCKBItW AND BUY UOODft.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AJVD SIIOKH,
HATS AND CArS, ETC.,
Has Jut received a hoavy stock of Boots and
Shoes, lleajery nnd Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Ho alio Ms a fin stock of Family Groceries ot
COItVEU SIXTH-ST. AND COM. ME K-CIAL-AV.,
Liverpool, New-York and Philadelphia
VMDXU COXtnACT ltll CHlTin STATCS ASD BRITISH
For Carrying tho Mails.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
OR ruHlilta IsronMATtnX
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aof.,
If) Broadway, New York, or to
If. II oil pt,
210 Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
FOR 3 ALE, ) For Bale t FOR SALE,
' I FcrSalo J '
FOR SALE.) ForBaio 1 FOli SALE.
Faro from Livkrtool,
Faro from Londondkruy,
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Queenstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $48:20
Satlonl, Morris A Can Joe, Agents.
BILLIAUD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM:. JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
100 Cummcrclnl Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
BILLIAUD saloon furnished with the best ol
tables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clgara of the finest brands.
Corner of Washington Avenue and Fourttoath
F. U.AXKEXBEDU, Proprietor.
JJMtEI) HLANKENDUKCS Mloon Is newly fit
; ted up, nnd In the most elegant style. Itii
supplied with tho finest wines, liquors, beer, si
cars, etu., that can be found In tho city. Do not
forget tho placo, corner of Washington avenue
and Fourteenth street.
I'or. Fourteentb fit. and Com.
lucrclal A veil ne.
JJMTZOKIULD'S Sample Itooms are
; with pure imported wines, liquors and
and nre dispensed from the bar In fir
nenaed from thn hae In flr.tw.iata
style. Tliem is nobetterestabliahmentlnUouth
ern Illinois, and nono better stocked. Call anil
teat tho various brands ot wines and liquors.
JOHN IIYLAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tenth Ntrcet and Commercial
QllPElUOU liquors, beer, ale, etc., and fragrant
O Havana always on nand. Thoae deslnug de
lilhttul beverages should not lad tocallandenioy
them. All their wants will bo attend to in a man
ner that will warrant a return. All tils liquors,
winos and cigars havo been selected, with great
care and critical Into.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
CAIUO. II, LINOIM.
Alan, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock uf
HCOTCII AND IRISH WUUKIH
-(1 I N 8,-
Port, -Uitdorla, Sherry nnd CatRwbftVlaea
n 8M YT1. A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
J. which fact they invito tho eapoclal atten
tion ef close burjulu buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Order.
coai, and wood.
WOOD AND COAL
1 M. WAUD la prepared to deliver the beat
: . l-'lro Wood and ritone Coal
IN AUY VArlT OV TUB CITY,
And In any ciuantlty desired, on short nolle.
COAL DELIVERED at f 4.W TOtt
OFF10B-Ovr Beerwut, Orta a Co.'a UTt
twudoori abova lUacorusr of Ki(tlh aut savI
Commercial aitkue. tCtl
&0LTJ BY DRVtWISTS XYJ&XWsA&
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