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JOHN H. OBEliLY & CO.,
ilovernur, John M. Palmer ;
I.leuleiianl-dnvernor, John Dougherty j
K.i-irlarjr nf Hlslc, K-lwnrl Hummel
A ii. I I. if of Hint)', 0. K. I.tjjj.lncott i
Hlile Treasurer, K. N, Hate ;
Hupi. Public Instruction, New Ion Halt-man.
r-'imtors Ijftiinii Trumbull anil John A. Logan.
Representative for IhoHlate at Ijufe Vacancy,
lleprcsetilallw Tlilrlrtnlh Ili.lrlr-l-Jolin M.
.M KM HERS GENERAL ASSEM IILY.
H tutors, lt District T. A. K. Ilolcomh, of
Union, and H. K. fill-on, of (Jil.'slln.
Representative, 1st District II. Watson-WeLb.
Ju.l-(r-. J. Hiker, of Alexander.
I'to-initiiig Attorney J. K. MiCnrtnejt of
( r ii 1 1 Clerk Jnn. Q. Ilannan.
Hhrrirt A. II. Irvln,
Win. Martin, Aseor and Treasurer.
Judge P. Itrosa,
Assix-.a'es J.'.K. McCrllr an l J. Marrh'Uon.
Cli-rk -Jacob II. I.yneh.
('-inner -lolin II. (liMimiD,
M UN 10! PAL GOVERN M F.NT.
Msyor John M. Lvi.dcn.
Tifii' uicr- -J.H.Talor.
UniilU" lei K. A. Hurntlt
CI. rk Michael Hot ley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II.I'o.
Polico Magistrates K, Hro.s an. I II. Hhan
nes.y, Chief ol Police I- II. Myers.
I'oliue Constables John Hhehan, (day), and
Jo., II, Vrlrrnn ami J. W. Bumner, (night.)
Mayor-John M. I..insdtn,
Kiral Ward-P. 0.8 huh.
S.eond Ward C. It. Woodward,
third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-3. Hta.it Taylor.
CilyalLafge W. I' llalllilay and l. Hunt.
HOARD OK ALDKRMKN.
rilWI" WARD Junius Rearden, '
THIRD WAHI-Wm. Hlratton,
KOt'HTII WARD James Carroll,.
Time of Muting.
The City Council meet In Joint eoMlon on
Friday evening preceding I ho first Monday of
The Select Council meets on tho first Wednts
day and Thursday, alter the second Mondny In
uiu or AU.rmrx.
'Die Hoard of Aldermen meet en tho first
Monday and Tuesday in citry month.
C0WU1TTKES OK TUK COUNCIL.
On Strtttt Messrs. Tajlor, Waldcr, Winter,
Wood and Metealf.
Ihmxift Mcn.ru. Cunningham, Schuli, Fitiger
Ctaimi Mei.rs, W'ond, CunDlDKham and Kiel).
JUicc and Jail Messrs. Carroll, Huder and
Orilinanttt Mew. Seose, Walder and Taylor.
Jre Vyarfnuai Messrs. lUarden, Hwayne and
Jtailes Messis.8chub, Winter and Kiel).
JrUlifj Mci.ru. Woodward, fiwayne arid Huder.
fUantt Messrs. llurd,.Sratton and Mctrall.
IkMnl JrVuVA Tha Mayor, and Mextra. Hear
ilea, Winter, Hlratton and Cai roll.
i'leachfog, HaLbath at 10 a. ., nud "X r. m.
I'rayer meeting, Wednenday at 7 r, x,
Hunday School, 3 r, x, J. M. J.anidco, Hiier
Intcndcnt. Iter, C. II. Foort, I'aittr.
MrrrilOUIHT-Cor. Kiuhthand Walnut St.
I'reachlng, Bahliath u., and 7 r. x.
J'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7; r. v.
Sunday Hchool (.1 p.m. I.. W. Hlilwcll, Super.
inlendent. Her. F. L.Tiiomikon, 1'ai.tor.
CIIUHCII OF Til K HKDEKMElMK'''coi.l)
Morning praycra, BabUth K'JJ a. u,
Krening prayer jJIH'r. .
falUth School, Da. at.
Rev. Ma, Coax, Hector.
9T. I'ATniCK'8 CIIUBCII-Cor. Ninth Hi. and
FuMic Service, Sabl alliSJ and 1; a. x.
VeijierH, 3 r. M.
Hunday Hchool, 2 r. x.
Service every day, 8 r, x.
KV. r.J.O'IlALi.oma, I'riiat.
HibUatli School, Vft x. u Sabtoth.
Preaching, SabUth lo a. x and r. x.
Hcv. J. FaiiNu, I'a.tor.
MISSION SUNDAY 8CU00LIn tlie Chriitlan
Church, Eighteonth Street. Babbath rVnool 3
i.H.lti rn, Superintendent.
YOU.Nfl MEN'S CHBIHTIANASHOCIATION-Hfg-ul.tr
irioctlng'cond Slondaytaocri month at the
Prayer room of the Prenbylenaii Church.
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, 1 r. x., at
the Prayer room of tho Prenby teriau church.
(!. PAai, President,
AFHICAN M. E. Fourteenth St. between Walnut
Hen -ken, Babbath, U a.m.
Sunday Sohool, 1 r.M.
Preaolilog,!7r.Jl. '' Ilev. Win. Jackabn, Paator
SECOND FKEE-WII.L HAIT1ST Fifteenth HI.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, y, aud 3 r. x.
Itov. N. Iliraa, Paator,
KHEE-WIUi BAlTis'TltOME MISSION eUN.
DAY SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sti.
Sunday School, 0 a. x.
FIRST FREE .HI 1. 1. BAPT18T CIIURCH-Cur-
Services, Sabbath II A, x.,3 r. x. and 7Kr. x.
Rev. Wx. KiLLtv, I'astor.
FIRST MISSIONARY 1IAPTIST CHURCH-Utt.
ween loth and 11th utreet', near Cedar,
rreachlni Sabbath Wt A. x.,and If, r. x.
I'eayer Meoting, Weitnesday ovenlng.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Habbiith S.'hool, r, x, John Van Haxtor and
Mary Stephen! Superlntenilentn.
Hoy, T.-J. Siioru, I'aator,
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FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
TIIK HAILIIOADH AND TIIK 'JJ PK.ll CKNT.
TAX OKN. H1IKRMA.V.
AVahhinoto.v, July 10. Tho qucatlori
bnvlnp arisen Inst tnll whether n tax
should bo collected at tho rnto of '2 per
ecnt. on dividends declared by rnilromh
and other corporations for tbo lout flvo
months of 1870, acting commlitloncr
DoUfrlait decided that under tho low they
should, and on order wot given to nues
fora 'accordingly. After JUenorul l'lens
anton succeeded to tho otlico, ho revernd
the decision, but'ltho matter hnvinir been
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u.uugiit iu fcuu uiicuiiuu vi occruiury iou;.
well, lio roforred It to tho attorney ijci.-
orai, who tct nsiuo tno last decision, una
ordered tho cotntnliiioncr to u.sen nnd
collect tho tax. Theso inUructluris were
Immediately communicated to tho locnl
rovenuo ofli'cerj, but tbo numeroui nppllcu
lions and appcali made by tho mllroud
companies and bankers that tho tux bo re
mittal or auipondcd on nccountof tho c
verity of enforcing ill collection nt this
time, Commlisioner l'lcuitinton, in vluw
of Scr.rctary Uoutwcll's instruction!, does
not think ft proper to nllow any dulny.
It having been ascertained, however, thut
exceptions wero mndu to this ruling in
thocAseiof tbo Xuw-York Centrul und
Iludton river railroad, un order from the
secretary to the treasurer, or assistant,
has boon died in tho internal ravenuu
office suspending tho collection of this tax
gainst this railroad.
dsn Sherman leaves hero for New
York and will remain there scvcrul days,
but will not return to 'Washington during
tho summer unlets business shall rcquiru
PUDLIC LANDS KOlt TOWN HITKi.
The socrolary ol tho interior decidui in
tho matter of tho application of the pro
bato judgo of Jclfcrson count, Montunn,
to enter certain lands as a town site for
Springville, that a town with less popula
tion than 100 can enter public lands under
act of March 22d, 1807, thus rovcnlng tho
ruling of tbo late commissioner of tho gen
eral land office in this and similar cusct
The barometer remains sensibly un
changed at the Pacific and Itouky moun
tain station! ; it hex risen but again has
fallen in tho northwest and tho upper
lakes, and also In tho gulf states; it has
risen in New-York und New England.
Temperature is this evening much cooler
than on Sunday in Iowa and Missouri, and
was quito low this morning in Northern
Now-York. It is qnlto high this ovening
In tho South Atlantic states, nnd light nnd
variable winds prevail west of tho Allc
gbunlcs; northwesterly Winds havo pre
vailed in tho middle nnd eastern states.
Threatening weather with local rains re
ported from tho Missouri river to West
Virginia and northward.
Further local storms are probublo to
night from Missouri to Virginia and in
Michigan. No important changes antici
pated for Tuesday.
TUK DISTRICT IMI'KOVKMKNT.
The board of public works havo nlrondy
commenced preliminary work under tho
four million dollars improvement bill
pasted last Saturday by tho legislature
and approved to-dny by tho governor.
Tho board of commissioners to superintend
the work consists of Generals A. A. Hum
phreys, McMc!gh:, O. K. lliibcock and T.
11. Olroslead. Thu action of tho board
moots with the approval ot nil parties.
A TKRRIDLK HTORM AT DAYTON MANY
PERSONS KILLED AND WOUNDED.
Cincinnati July 10. Later informu-
tlonfrom Dayton, Ohio, indicates that tho
effects of tho storm yesterday ovonlng
were nioro serious than was itt first sup
posed. Tho names of tho killed by tho
fulling of St. John's church, arc, Christian
Thomas, assistant supcrintcdent; Mrs.
Kundal) and Mr. Leonard "Wcigcratigh.
Jacob Wulfrom is probably fatally in
jured, llcsides these a number of sthcrs
wero seriously hurt. Kd. Median nnd
Ooorgo Pargor, boys, wero taken out from
"Washington bridgo dead and horribly
mangled, nr.d James Fischbaugh, another
boy, whs taken out seriously
hurt. A few mllos from tho city a troe
foil across a wagon in camp and instantly
killing a woman. Tho Third street pres
bytcrian church spiro was moved a foot
out of tho lino. Tho spires of tho prosby
torlan church on St. Charles street nud
tho baptist church wero somewhat
damaged. The storm was sovor
or in tho country adjacont
to Dayton, particularly llandolph town
ship, destroying crops, fences, etc.; burn
ing barns by lightning. At Xenia, Ohio,
tho storm was less severe, but played havoc
among tho trees, fences nnd out-houses.
TIIK fJRKAT TUNNEL TO BE FINISHED.
Cincinnati, July 10. Information re
colvod hero to-day confirms tho roportof
arrangements being mado to finish tho
great tunnel, commoncod years ago,
through tho bills north of tho city, for n
railroad entrance. A. J. Ilodder, presi
dent of tho old company, arrived to-day
and reports arrangements complotod with
eastern capitalists and tho contract enter
ed into for tbo immodiato commencement
of work. Among thoso Intorosted aro said
to bo John C. Frocmont and Clen. Moul
ton, of Now York. About two-fifths of
tho work to tunnol was dono at tho sus
.ponslon of operations, and it is estimated
that $50,000 will romovo all obstructions
that havo accummulatod slnco that time.
Knowing ones say that in addition to tho
accommodating of tho Chosapcuko and
Ohio railroad, tho object is to provide an
entranco to tho city of Cincinnati for tho'
Mackinaw railroad, tho completion of
whioh to this city is believed not to bo fur
CONVENTION OF RAILROAD AND UUHINKSS
Portland, July 10. Tho railroad mon,
membors of congress, merchants and busi
ness men genorelly, of Portland, ltutlnnd,
Oswego and Chicago, nnd from othor
western cities, will hold a convention at
rortiunu on Wednesday, .liny zuin, at
which tlmo senator Ilamlln will muko an
exposition of his groat railroad bill to so
cure cheat) transoortation of brcudstuffs
end provisions from tho west f the srm
boara at uniform prices throughout tho
CAiR0,ftLUN0IS, TUESDAY, JULY
Till ORANOKMKN DETERMINED TO PARADE
AND TIIK IRlHlt KOCIKT1KSTO PRKVKNT
TIIK.M o'liON'OVAN ItOitSA A!.AULTKD
TIIK PIIKNIDKNT OK TIIK UN1TKD KTATKft
AHKKD TO INTKltKKRK TO PREVENT TIIK
PARA DP. TIIK TICltllOltNK 1IARON KTK Y.
Tho ulr is thick with rumors of Impend
ing trouble between tho
OIIANUKMKN AND TIIKIll HEREDITARY
On "Wednesday. Thcro was an excited
meeting of tho Irish confederation in
avenue II jesterdny. I'nsolutlons depreca
ting nny attempt to obstruct or prevent tho
Ornngcmcns' procession were voted down,
nnd tho majority wns In favor of violence.
M'KNKS OK VIOLENCE
ore reported to havo occurred in tovornl
places whore meetings wero held for tho
purposo of organizing ngainst tho orange
men. Thoso disorders wero caused by tho
attempts of somo to counsel inodorntioii
und only such action as tho law nlloved.
At it meeting tt Hibernian,
O'DO.VOVAN RO.oSA WAS A.SSAl'LTKD
ami buttled from the speaker's ttatiil while
making tin appeal fur peace and order.
Olt.VNOKMKN ARK DKTERMI.VKD
to tarry out their programme for tho celo
brnting of their utinivsrsury and thoy ex
pect to be joined in their puriido by about
1&Q0 members of American associations
an t bv about 1000 other sympathizer!, to
that llicy will have iiltogethrjr about 6000
in line. They express u calm determina
tion to puruilc rcgtrdlcss of opposition,
but seeking no guard, they are thought to
bo prepared to repel an attack. Tho
grand mutter and ohir prominent
members Kcretly havo received
many threatening letters warning them
that'if they parado it will bo
AT TIIK PKI1IL OK THEIR LIVE-,
Tho Koman Catholic Irish rely cliicily
on the ancient order of Hlbcrnluns of thi
city nnd vicinity, who number about ten
thouimd, h11 of whom aro believed to bo
preparing to pnrodc.
was in consultation with the police com
missioners yesterday, nud clo-cted with
Superintendent Kelso for sjvcrul hour. It
is understood that they hud under consid
ntion tho subject of tho Orangemen's pa
rado and tho polico arrangements fur that
day It is clearly understood that If tho
Orangemen insist in their determination
to parado on Tho 12th ins'.., tho polico au
thorities feel It to bo their duty to give tho
processionists all tho protection in
their power. It is feared, however,
that tho polico force available for this
servico is totally inadequoto to tho emer
gency, and thut in addition to tiia police,
several regiments of national guards will
be called out to presorvo peace and pro
tect tho procession il attacked. Tho gen
eral opinion is that the hot-heads will at
tempt to precipitate a collision during tho
day, but that the great body of Irish cath
olic will not lend continuanaj to ajprc
It is stated that n delegation from the
Hibcrnia society left hut night to
WAIT UPON (I EN KUAL GRANT,
and request him to iutcrposo the authority
of tho centrul govornmct to prevent n
breach of the peace which is represented
as certain to occur should tho procession
tako place. The Hibernians tool; with
them n supply of legal documents, affida
vits, uic, bo Uiut the president might have
judical knowledge of tho threatening dan
ger, nnd bo empowered to act If ho con
sidered it a proper occasion for his inter
ferance. Great liopes nro expressed by tho
Hibornians that if tho city authority will
not act to stop tho demonstration that the
president will forbid it by proclamation.
It is stated that Peter Connor has re
cently been seriously ill and that lio has
gono from tho city to remain until au
ARCH 1IISIIOP M'OLOSKV ON TIIK PltOE."
In the course of his sermon at thu dede
cation of St. I'uul's church, nt llitrlcm,
yesterday, arch bishop McCloiky alluded
earnestly to tho threatened oratigutiions'
demonstration to tako place dn "Wednesday.
Said ho: "Wo all know the danger which
threatens this community in tho course of
tho onsuing week. Tho nowspapers havo
agitated; rumor has wafted it to our car;,
ana even tno ucaa wans nro piacarucu
with towering evil everything tells us
that a systematic cll'ort is now hoing mado
to excitu an ati-catholic movement in this
community. Tho processsion announced
to tako nlaco in our streets noxt "Wednes
day is intended by tho participants to
produce tho end spoken of. Thcroforo I
earnestly exhort every catholic to bownro
of even going near that ornngo procession
on Wodnosdny. If it is to tako placo ot
nil and I bono it is not I liopo tho
proper authorities will sco tho wisdom of
preventing it. With my soul I entreat
domostration of any kind ; do nothing
that would L'ivo your enemies n chanco to
direct to you tho odium which thoso
Orangemen nro euro to bring on them
selves if thoy nro allowed to carry oulthoir
programme. Thoy ao not worthy of re
cognition, even as foes. Avoid them as
you would any post. Let thoso Orange
men mono lei mem sovcrotv mono, ai-
tor statlnir that should a ccnllict occur tho
catholic cause and Irish uumo would suf
fer, tbo bishop continued: "lwnrn all
parents, brothers and husbands to go to
their employments and attend to thoir or
dinary vocations as usual on Wednesday,
and to return promptly to their homes in
tho ovonlng. Let catholic mothers, wives
nnd sisters romain at their homes nnd at
tend to their duties, and allow nothing to
draw thorn near this Orangemen's pro.
THE TICHUORNK HAltONETICY.
Tho cross-oxaniination of tho claimant
o( the Tichborno baronctlcy, which has ex
tendod ovor weeks, was directed, when thu
last mall lett, to his oxporlonco in boutu
America, to incidents which transpired on
board tho Paulino, in which Honor Tich
borno ombarkod from llavro for Valparai
so; concerning tho llellu, which lotimicrou
at sou. and tho Asnrov. which picked up
tho boat containing tho shipwrecked pas
sengers, und which convoyed them to Mel
bourne Witnoss, nt first, positively do
mett mat slnco ins roturn to iMigianu, nu
had boon to Lloyds and had searched for
information relating to thoso vowel, hut
upon bolng told that a gentleman from
Lloyds was in court, claimant said ho
might havo boon thcro but ho had no re
collection of tho circumstance.
TIIK R KG ATT A 0 U EbTrt ARRIVING.
Milwaukee, July 10. Tho hotels are
filling up with guests to attend tho grand
regatta at Oconomowoo Wednesday and
Thursday, Tho crow of tho bout club of
Saginuw, Kast Saginaw, Toledo, Detroit,
Chicago and F.rio liavo arrived and gone
to tho sccno ol action. Tho weather la
cool Slid pleasant.
A DESPERADO ASSAULTS HIS 1IR0THKR-IN-LAW
AND IS SHOT.
OnicAoo.July 10.-Wllllam lllair.a brake
man on tho Chicago, Iturllngton nnd (Joln
cy railroad, was shotnnd Instantly killed nt
Lelnnd, 111., on Inst Saturday ovening. On
tho -till instant Klnlr wns in Aurora nnd
got into n light with nnd ncnrly killed n
young man, who lie struck on tho head
with a stone. A short tlmo slnco ltlolr
sent for his brotlior in Ohio, to como on
and help him clean outlils btotlior-ln-law,
named Shlppnrd. On hut Friday ovenlr g
they went ta Sltlppard's housu and com
menced tho cleaning out proccs, when
Shlppnrd seized a musket and shot Itlair
through tho heart, lllalr, after falling,
rniscdhlmsclf on his elbows, d row rv re
volver nnd discharged four thots at Shlp
pnrd, one of which entered his leg. Hlnlr
then foil back and expired, Tho Illalrs
wero tho worst young mon in this
section , thoy bcloricvJ to n pang
of horse thieves. Win. lllalr stabbed
n man with n butcher-knife in tlie market
hotiso nt Somonurk thrco years ago, when
only sixtoen years old, and escaped tho
penitentiary on account of his age. Uo
lias slnco committed every crime in tho
criminal calendar. Laban, tho older lllair,
ims served a term In tho penitentiary ror
horsc-stcallng. Ho was urrcstcd for steal
ing a watch in Aurora four years ago nnd
wns committed. He dutr throuch tho wall
andescapod: thrco months nftorwards ho
wn arreitod at bomonark lor attempting
to shoot n innu and again escaped by somo
informality in tho trial. Uo went back to
Luland nnd tho same night broko open n
trunk belonging ton wedding party at tho
depot, and robbed Itof $1.j0 worth o'f cloth
ing nnd wedding presents. After his
brother was shot ho declared that ho would
shoot Shippard on sight. Shlppnrd is a
mun of respectability.
TIIK COUNTY COURT AND NOItril MISiOIil
St. Louis, July 10. A petition was
presented to tho county court to-day, nsk
ing to have tho county stock in tho North
Missouri railroad put up at auction and
sold to tho hlccst bidder. After somo
discussion tho court orJcred counsel to be
employed to enjoin tho salo of the N. M.
11. 1!., advertised to bo sold Monday, and
appointed two members of tbo court to
curry tho order into effect. Tho court
took tho ground thut if tho road is sold
under second mortgaged deed tho salo
would be null nnd void, n tho second
mortgage bonds wero issued without tho
Consent of of tho stock holders.
THE STATE DK1IT, ETC.
KicHMOND. Va, Julv 10. Tho sluto
treasurer has decided to permit foreign
bond holders to fund fractional parts of
tlielr bonds in order to facilitate cxclinngo.
Thu amount of tho state debt funded to
date is nearly one million dollars.
ELECTIONS 10,000 COMMUNISTS TO HE
TRIED RY COURT MARTIAL THIERS TO
Paris, July 10. Tho Official Journal
nnnouncei tho election for council general
will bo hold on August 2.1.
Court martial will begin nn tho loth
Inst. Sixteen thousand communist pris
oners nt Varsailles hnvo been released by
order of tho government, but 10,000 nro
hold nnd will lie tried in squad.
Thiers has written letters to tho popo
inviting him to tako up his residence in
Franco. Thiers makes anjiumble nppology
to tho holy father for tho inability of
Franco to intorfero In behalf of tho temp
era! power In lloman state?, but declares
it to uo ins earnest conviction mat Italian
unity is impossible.
DARK NOT READ NON-CLERICAL PA PA Its.
Home, July 10. Cardinal Putri.l,
Vicur Genorul, has prohibited tho reading
by members of thu lloman church In tho
Homiui states of non-clenical newspapers.
RIVER NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, July 10. Tho river has fal
len threo inches ; llvofeetnino inches in
-I 1 . .IB, , . .
cnaiiiiei wcuiner: ciouuy : tnorniometer
Loui.svnxK. Jujy 10. lUvor eighteen
inches over tho chuto: forty-two Inches in
.1 . V HW MIUIVIII
00 to-day ; cloudy this ovening. Arrived
Kmma Floyd, Cincinnati; Eddyvillc,
Cairo. Dopnrtod Knimn Floyd, -Memphis
, on account of tho low water thu
Henderson packet stops at Osronsboro,
meeting thcro tho ltositc.
St. I.i. his. .Tnlv lfl Arrlvml T.nl.-
inn I'liiiiiTim u'nnir ni vnrv mu mirnnrt'
Superior, Keokuk ; City of Cairo, Vicks-
I...... . M ....... .. .... .1 l." . Til:.. ..I, -I..
uui , .uuuiiaiviiu uiiu uure?, uiiuuia nv-
or; Argonaut, Tonnosscerivcr. Departed
I ' i I v- nt Plioslnr. Mi.mi.liic- Vnrlfitvixl.
cm, St. Paul ; Champion, Cincinnati , llar-
... lnl..... t." ....!... I. . M . mt..t-
i iuiiiii-uii, ivvuuiiK , .iLuunsiuiie, Illinois
river. Itlver stationary, weather hot; a
heavy ruin this afternoon.
HAKDaxd soft lumber
ol cvtry ilcscriptioii,
LATH, SHINGLES, CKDAIt POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, MJNDS.
Fitrnlslioil on Bhortcst notice.
Coiiimcrcial-tiv; bet. 10th ami lltli-sts.,
V. Hlratton. T. Hinl.
BTHATTON & BlUD,
(Huccossors toHtr.itton, HinNoi A (.'lark.)
WHOLES A LE G ROCE HS,
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois.
Aiionln of American Po Mler Co,, and man
tictuiora agonts for cotton jrn. i7dll
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
OHDINANCK ISO. 111.
An Onllrmnco autliorltlnir. ttny of execution In
Ilo It ordnlncil by the City Council of the city of
ficriox 1. That it shall 1 tho iluty of the Poliru
MftnlstrntM of tlio city of Culro licncvor tlio
City Attorney ofriid i'lly inny 10 iliirct to nllow
ft stay of execution for any thno notexeeedin
forty-eintit hours In furor of any person who
iniy ham Iieeu found uullly of a 10I itlon of any
orilin.inco of mid city, and the City Attorney tn.iy
direct such stay whenever ho trmy think the in
lere.t of tlincKy rvqillres such stay Of execution.
Provided, nny person In whoso favor slay of exe
cution Is Ii.tI uhoshsllbo lotind within tho limit
of the city of Cairo after the time ot such stav ol
execution tins eWpsed .hall ho dealt withai If no
sui'li stay of ex!iition had been granted.
Approved June'-Md, 1871.
Attest, .I011.NM. LANJDEN, Mayor.
M..I. Hnwtr.v.City Clerk. leiHH'l
OUDINANCK NO. 110.
An onlinanco to amend onlinanco No. '."J.
He In ordained by tho City Council of tho cltr of
1.1 1 ru-
Firrinv 1. Tmt onlinanco So.'i., approved Aprl
Alii, W.7, ho and tho sniiio n lierehy amended
Ly nddlnir -iflor tho wonls "or any .iewer, trough,
or other IhinK li.ed for tho dralnsco ol stuns or
water," In thu eleventh and l-velrfli lines from
tim lop or seetton 1 of said orJInanee, tho words,
"or any soap factory, anyplace, building; ores
"tsMlstitnent med for the steaming or rendering
'r lard, tallow, fat, oit.il or dead animals or any
"eitahlishment used for the steaming orrender
"Ing of any other substances, which in being so
"renuereu bhhh cau.o me business uiereoi lo ite.
'ctlcmlvo to the public or any portion thereof or
injurious to tho public: health.
Approved Junc'.M, 1871.
JOHN M. I.ANKIJKN, Mayor.
Attest, M.J. IIowi.r.r, City Clerk. le:.lit
OlLN'LVAiN'CK NO. 117.
An Onlinanco to regulate the duties of Uo Chief
of Polico and Polico Con. tables.
Ho It ordalnod by the City Council of tlio City of
Hrcrioxl. That tho Chief of Police shall acta
dar policeman, and sha'l havo general charge ot
the Police torce of tne city, (excepting the City
Marshal, and, under thfl general direction of the
Mayor, shall superintend and control tlio ooera
tlotn ot the several police con.tnblca while on
duty. 1 In! other police constables n iw author-
iii-u uj oroiuaucu snail uu uuiy as nigiu wniuil
Hie. 'J. All ordinances or parts of ordinances
inconuici ncrcwiiii arn iicreny rcpeainut
JOHN M. LAflSDKN. Mayor
Approved, June'JSth, 1H7I.
Attest ; M. J. How Lev, CI I) Cl'k.
FIRST jVATIOXAL J3ANK
DANIL'I. ilirilP, President;
ItOlllHlT W. .Mil. I. Kit, Vlcc-Prc-ldcnt ;
C. N. HUfllliy, Ca-hlcr.
COLLECTIONS PKOMl'TLY ;MADE.
I7IXCIIANOK. coin, bank note and United
J htate H-ciirillos liouglit nnd ald.
Iiilerosl Allnnml on Tlmo I)t-nIIn,
ENTERPRISE SAVING S
C'linrlrrml Murrli 31, 1 SOU.
on ice iv
CITV NATIONAL HANK, CAIISO.
A. II..SAPKOUI), President;
H. S. TA Vl.Olt, Vico-Presalenli
V. IIVMLOI', Wucretary nnd Treasurer.
P. V. llurr iv, Cms, rjwiniirn,
I'. M.SrixhrLKtii, I'm i. (I. Bt ni ii,
K. M. CCXMNUII in, W. P. Haiiiiui,
J. M. Piumty,
1I'misIIn il' any Amount Itcwitml from
Ten 4''iim l'in nnts.
JNTKRKST paid on depn.ltH at the ratnol alx
. percent, per annum, Manh Island Hcptetn-'
tier lt. ltiterust not withdrawn in mbted imme
diately to tho principal of the dejioslti, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
so that so osi: li.m: can dw it.
uj'rn rii'rj iiuniiiuR u.i iifiiii .mi.iii. in
and t-atiirdny evening lor HAV1.MI HKPOSITS
oiuy, innu u in o o cliii K.
au.ixr W. HVril.OP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NTATIOJSTAL
V A 1 It O 1 1, 1, IMIIS,
OA NT Ah,
W. P. IIAL1.IHAV, President;
A. H. HAKI'OHH, ('ashler i
WAI.TKII II Vril.(JP, Asulslaiit C.iHluer,
HrHTS TlMIHl, itOlll'IIT II, Cl'NMSUIUU,
HtoTT Wllltl, . I. IIAIIII1,
liio. II. Wiilmmsiiv, HrrniKV lliuo,
At II. Bllioui't
r.xeliiniK', 'wlii uixl I'iiIIinI NlnlCM
Hollil HoiikIiI mill Nolil.
KPOSITH received, nud a general banking
IIOUSK MOVER AND BUILDER
la prepared to do all Rinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
llKi'AlRINO OP KVKHY DKSCR1PTI0K
ON TIIK MOST RK IHIINADLK THUS.
OUDKIW left at the residence ol Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next door lo the new sehoo
homo, or addressed to tho care of P. U, Iloz 410
or v u minium omco, win recoivo prompt iucu
UROCKKICH AND DRV UOODN.
. WILLIAM KLUOE,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Has ju.l received a heavy stock of Hoot nnd
Shoes, Hosiery nnd Notions,
YOU SALE FOlt CASH VEUY CHEAP
Ho alio lias a lino stock of Family Orecerleaol
COIINEK SIXTIIT. AND COMMEU-OIAL-AV.,
UverKol, Ncw.York and Phllmlclphla
esntn coxtbact with cMur. tTAtis ajd eitritii
For Carrying tho Malls.
FOR passaTe TICKETS
on nanirn i.iroRXATios
APPLY TO JOUN G. DALE, Aot.,
lfo Broadway, New York, or to
210 Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
FOlt SALE, For sale f FOR SALE,
' I KcrHalal '
FOR SALE. J Kof Halo 1 FOR SALE.
Fnro from Livcrpool,
Fnro from LoNDONDEBBT,
Faro from Glasgow,
Fare from Queensiwm
TO CAIRO, ;;:::::! $18:2 0
Sailord, Morris k Candee, Agents.
MILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATEM, rroprletoi
1M C.unmcrclal Avenue, CAIRO, ILLIN0I.
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the is c,
tables ; nnd bar supplied' with wines, i 1 i
ami cigars of the finest brands.
Cor. Fourtpcntli Nt. iml Com
IITZnF.rtALD'S Sampio Kooma nro atocked
; with piiro imported wines, liquors andclgars,
nud are dlfpomed from tho bar in flrst-clasa
itt) le. Tliciu is no better establishment In South
ern Illinois, aud nonn better stocked. Call and
test tho various brands ot winea and liquors.
JOHN IIYLAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tenth Street mmI Commercial
UI'i:iIIOR lliiior, beer, ale, etc., nd fragrant
Hiiynnas always on nand. Thoso tiesiring do
htful lievernges sliould not fall lo call and enioy
them. All their wants will b attend lo In a man
ner that will warrant a return. All lila llouorn,
wines and cigars have been selected with great
caro and critical tasto.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
I "WHOLESALE GROOERS, j
CAI UO. II.MNOIH.
Also, keei coiistantly on hand n most eonv
pleto stock of
HCOTCH AND IRISH tVIIMKIEl
Port, Mntlerln, Sherry nnd Cntawhn'WiDoa
K SMYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. which fact thoy Invito the especial alien
Hon of close bargain buyers.
Sicctrit attention viren ta Filling Orders.
H. A. II A N N O N,
WhoUsale and Retail
Siikkt Music, Picturk Framed, m67'.z
No. 12G, Commorcial-avcuii
W Bleamora annulled with o flic a stationer
ami daily papers stamped to order day auil nf'jU
"IHUOMATIO work printing in maoy and
j and varied colors at ona Imprtsalon, on ilia
ebruted cliromatlo nresa dona at tho Dulleiia
job printing oitlce. This l tho most renurkaUu
irvss ever iuveieu.u it peuanua la una uqy
us wore, in eotoreu pnniinf , oi ten omiaar
presses, thereby reducing the coal of tliatclurau
ler oi worn ui very law rate.
BOOKS, pamphlets, briefs, catalogaes. news
papors, tax lists, and every variety of itn
sive printing contractod for, a.i promytly aud
aneedilv executed, in tha Colletln book- labt
j newspaper kiadi& laUUlatssMM.