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JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.,
Onyernor, Jolm M. Palmer;
l.lciili-nniii-floverDor, John Dougherty 1
8,-eielary of Mate, KdmirJ Hummel)
An.! lur if HltU; C. K. f.ipplncott i
i l.ili'Triurer, K.N, Rates J
Sn.i, Public Instruction, Newton nMcinan.
HnialdtB 1, niMii Trumbull and John A. Logan,
Itepresenlallro for the Htalo nl Large Vacancy.
Itrpresrnialitc Thltlccnlh District-John SI.
.M KM ISEltS OEh'EKAL ASSEMHLY.
Sualnrs, 1st District T. A. K. lloleomli. of
I'iihmi, amlM.K. (HUon.of Oatlatln.
I!.'i-.. i,lulic, l.t District II. Watson Wel.b.
COUNTY OFFIOK1W. ,
Jn lic It. J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Piojirullng Attorney J. F. JIcCrtliey, of
Cm tilt Clerk Jno. J. llarman.
HI.eriH -A. II. Irtln.
Win. Martin, Amrnor and Treasurer.
Judgo P. llross.
aik..vi- J.;K. McCrite an I M. March'ldon.
link Jarob (1. Lynch.
(Vironcr Mm II. Oossman.
M UN IOI PAL GOV K UN M KNT.
Mayor John M. l.tnsden.
Tirasuier J. B. Taylor
C-uapIro lr K. A. Ilumett ,
Clerk Michael Hon ley. :
lr.)il Andrew Cain. '
Attorney I. II. Tope.
Police Magislrales-K. Ilrosa and It. Hh.n-
Chill ol I'ol ice I- II, Myers.
Police Constables John Bhethan, (day), and
0.. II. Velrrun ami J. W. Sumner, (night.)
Mayor John SI. 1-ansJen,
First Wanl-I'. O.Hdiuh.
jiwond Hard C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Juo. Woo.!.
Fourth Ward S. Malta Taylor.
CityaLUige-W. I1 Ilalliday and 1). Kurd.
HOARD of ALDERMEN.
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Tall Irk Kitigerald.
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Time of Muting.
The Cily Council meets In Joint se.sion on
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HI ICt lot MIL.
TheMect Council metta on tho first Wednea.
ar aim i nur-uaT. nurr iiiv arcoiiti ;-iuiei.y hi
Mat or luumx,
Tim Hoard of Aldermen meets on the first
nri.itf nnii i iijui.. i ......... .n,....i.
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O'l Strtttt Messrs. Ta.ir, Waldrr. Winl.r.
Itroinntt Messrs. Cunningham, Schtlh, Fitwer-
CIiiwi Messrs. woftd, Cunningham and hleb.
and Jail Messrs. Carroll, Iludcr and
OrdiannMj Menrs. Scase, Walder ami Taylor.
Firt Dairfmtrtiltrtn. IUnnlen,Hvrayna and
itm Ittt Mf-Ki. Bchuh, Winter and kith.
tmiij SUairv.Wooilward.ijviayneand lluder.
non Sleiara. Hurl, Hlratton and Mrlrall.
llunM lltolth The Mayor, and Sirmn. lt ar-
l,.rt U' nl., Hlllnn an.l f'.i.nll
I'rcachlni;, BahUth at W,$. and r. m.
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday at 7J p. .
Huii.lny School, 3 r. x. J. SI. Ijini.lcn, Huer
intendent. Key. 0. II. Kootr, I'aitr.
l'riaclilnj;, HabbAth lu a. m,, and 7 r. u.
I'rnyermcetlri(j, Wedneaday, l)i r. n.
Bunday School 1 p. . I., W. MlUell, Huper
Intendent. Iter. K. L.TiumMnN, I'antor.
IIIlllCII OKTIIK ItKIlKKMF.lt-(Kniaconah
Morning rayera, Fabhath 1'iJJ a. m.
Kreniun prayeraK r. x.
SaLUtli School, 9 a. M.
Rev. Mb. Oh, (tector.
T D.TIllfl."'il rilllUf'll'V.r Nlnll. Ul un,l
Public Serrlce, Sabbath S and int.' a. .
Vespera, 3 p. w.
Sunday School, 2 r. x.
berrico crery day, Sr. w.
ller. I'. J. 0'IIlloius, I'rldl.
Hiblinlh School, 'Jj A. if. Subboth.
I'reachlnx, Sablwlh 10 a. m., and 7J r. x.
Her, J, Fairxu, 1'ai.tor.
Ii.i.iiiV iilfa.'rwl' rjmrirki . . .
rniu.i uutM'Ai oiiiuMijiin 11111 i.nriiiiHii
Church, eighteenth Street. Habbath Scnool 3
J. II. Hi tu, Hiiperintcmlent.
UU.Mi Jiir.. o lIIUlfl 1 1 aim AsauciATiu: lieg
ul.ir meeting aecond Monday each month at the
I'rayer room of tho Prcabyterian Church.
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, 7J r. m., at
tho I'rayer room of tho Preabytcrlan church.
V. raamisa, Prealdent.
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Bervln, Sabbath, It a.m.
Sunday School, r. x.
Preachlng,7r.x. Iter. Win. Jackion, Pastor
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, i and 3 p. x.
Iter. N. Itiriia.l'aator.
UAY SCUOOIs-Corner walnut and Cedar Sta.
Sunday School, 9 a. x.
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Uervlcea, Habbath II A. x., 3 p. x, and VA r. x.
Iter. Wm. IviLLir, Pastor.
iiwi ano3ii.!ii. ., viiuiivii MTv
ween loth and 11th utroeta, ucnr Cedar.
Preaching Sabbath 10)4 a.m., mid 7J p. x,
Prayer Meeting, Wcdneailny evening.
Preai'hliig, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, IK ' John Van Uaxter and
Mary Stephen! Superintendent.
Key. T. J. Snout, Pastor,
. MANHOOD :
HOW LOST! HOW ItESTOHED !
A lecture on the natural treatment, and radical
voluntary Emissions, Hoiual Dcbilltv, andlinpe-
OHniVlltB W HHIIIflK. WliriMil , .vi.D.tv.c.
Consumption, Epilepsy, and ritai Mental and
1'lirsleal Incapacity, reaultlnc from aelf ahupe,
etc.. by Ilobt. J. Ciilverwcll. M. I)., author of the
"uroen hook, etc.
"A H00N TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFKRKRS
Rent under acal, in plain envelope, to an ad
dresa, poitpald, on reoelptofeli cunta.ortwo
posWgu Btamps, by Chaa.'j. 0. Kline ft Co., 127
Howery.Kew York, l'oitomoe box t,0W.
it elm hold's
CATAW1IA ORATE PILL8.
CATAWIIA UKAFC FILLS.
CATAWBA OBAI'K T1LU.
CATAWIIA ORArX PILLR.
CATAWIIA GUAPK TILLH.
CATAWIIA OBAI'K PILU.
CATAWJIA OBAI'K I'lLLR.
II elm hold's
ii elm holds,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPAKILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT HABflAFAKILLA.
FLUID KXTRACT 8AKSAFAEILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT BARAAPAR1LLA.
FLUID KXTRACT SABSAFARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT 8ARSAFARILLA.
FLUID KXTRACT SARflAFARILLA.
PURIFY THE IU.OOD.
IIF.I.MIWLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPA
KILLA Cured all Eruptlona of theSkio.
IIKLMIIOLK's FLUID EXTRACT SARMAPA
KILLA Cures tne worst form of Wood Diaeaaea.
IIKLMUOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT HARSAPA
B1LLA I'.nltrs hearily Into the Circulation of the
IIKLSI1IOI.IIM FLUID EXTRACT SAKSAFJ.
HI LI. A
DeautlSea the Compleilon.
HELM HOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT 8AR8APA
HILLA. Ono loulo la equal In strength tn one gallon ol
theSyrupt or I)ecociona aa uaually madk; and
airi-Elaa aildrd to a pint of water Muala the
ce'cbraFed MSIWN DIET DIUMK. Try It thli
way. A delightful bererae.
HELMDOLD'H CATAWIIA ORAPE PILLS
IIELMHOLD'S CATAWIIA ORAPE PILLS
A plcatant, safe anil agreeakle Cathartic.
IIKLMUOLD'S CATAWIIA ORAPE PILLS
Used In all atlcctiona where a Purgative Stediclce
UELMHOLIl'sATAWUA ORATE PILLS
Ilarmteaa to & child, and taken by children.
IIKLMUOLD'S CATAWIIA ORAPE PILLS
Hiicrede Magnesia, Salla and every other Pur
gative. IIKI.MIIOLDS CATAWIIA OHAPE PILLS,
CVrl.iin in etli'ct, and pleaaant In oeratlon,
IIKLMUOLD'S CATAWBA URATE PILL
la not a patented Pill.
IIKLMUOLD'S CATAWIIA ORAPE TILLS
Arocouiioed ol CatwlOrape Julaeand Fluid
l'urchaPtn hotttca of HEI.MI10I.IVS HARSA
1'AltlI.l.A and onu box el 1'ILLS wortli their
ut'ight lu gold.
.No U-iier investment can be made tor so pmall
IIKLMUOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT UUCIIU
Una acquired a world-wide lame.
A LI. of my preparations are meritorious. A
period of twenty years has proved this to be
See remarks mode by Benjamin Traverse, P. R.
C, p). Speaking of those dlseaaes, and diseases
arising from the, excess of mercury, tit state!
that no remedy la enual to the Extract of Baraa-
parilla, iin power ia extraordinary, more so than
any other drug I am acquainted with. It Is. in
In the strictest sense, a tonic, with this Invaluable
attribute-that it ia applicable to a slalo ol the
system ao sunken, and vet so Irritable, as ren
der a other subatauccs of the tonic clasa unavail
able or (niurious.
M0 HKMAHKHOI tll liKKAT Ullh..MIS13 AU
PILL MEN OK AMERICA i
Wm. R. Warner k Co.,
15 North Third street. Philadelphia. Pa.
II. T. Ilelmbol.il
Esteemed Frienu I congratulate vau on
having the handsomest aud at the same tunc the
Moil Effective pin mat I nave ever anown lor tne
purposes intended. WM. It. WARN EH A CO.
II. T. llplnitmlil will remark, in conclusion, that
his remedies are the reault of lung and careful
study. The Fluid Extracts bare been before the
rublic twenty yirs. The sale of them In that
I mo proves their value. All have been Unetlt
led by them who followed my instructions, and
to-dy they stand unequalled in the extent of
...vi. BMiti, anil unsurpuaaeu ut but iiivmcaiiient
ill tho Dianonaatnr or llm tlnltx.l Htatva. not
excepting slnglu Herb, ltoot, Plant, or Helen
never natentnl n uinui. '
i nariiiaceutlcal I claim nil mine in I... anil liava
To dispel auy Impression or prejudlca that
might exist in the minds ol many against my
preparations, from tho publicity glum through
advertising, and that 1 am and hivu been u drug,
g at for a period of tweniy years, and more con.
clualvely toprsve this see fetter from the largest
manufacturlOK chemists in the world i
1 an, aeiiualnted with Mr. ij nW.W.-..
occupied llie drug stoj-o opiiosiiu my residence,
and was successful in couducllng the business
whero others had not liccuequJIy so before lilin.
I have been favorably Impressed with his charuc
tr and enterprise. WILLIAM WKillTHAN.
firm oi i-owers a wiKiiuimn, liiHiiuructurinii
chemists, Ninth and ltrown striets, Philadel
phia AM. STAND OX TIIEIU XEXITS.
Tho Pill I have thought ot offering to the affho.
led for ten years.
They are now perfect, and I shall stake my
time, money and famo on their effectiveness,
Tho inviting style in which the pill Itself is made,
tho bottle, label, wrapper all show with what
care they have been prepared. After exaniina.
tion, no English or French preparation will show
greater care, and I am really proud of them.
Instead f the nauseous-looking, carelessly
piepared Pills vended generally, and put up In
wooden boxes, and made generally, or offered
by thoso hav.ng r.o experience aa physicians,
druggists or manulai.tiircrs of medicines, test
the medicine olleied by your Obedient teivant,
II. T. HELXBOI.B.
Crystal Palace Drug Store, No, i'rt Uroadway,
Palace Pharmacy, Ollsey House, Hroadway, and
Temple tf J'harmaoy, Continental Howl. Phila
delphia and No. 164 Houth Tentk street, Phil
adelphia. BOLD BY DRUaOISTS EVERYWHERE.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
KXOITKMKN'T TN NKW YOltK
OKANOKMANS' I'AltADK PJIOHIH
1TKIJ. TltOOl'H OUDKRED UNDER AUMS.
INTEHESTINO HAILKOAD INTEL
T.TOENCK RESIGNATION OH
HTKAMSIIirS WRECK KD.
COMMISSIONER I'LEASANTO.VH I'.K.-KINA-TI0
"Washington, D. 0 July 11. A Wash
ington ipoclsl mys tho report
for tho put Cow days that I'lciunnton lmil
rcitgnod that. his relgnntlon hnd liecn
accepted aro authoritatively denied. It is
at the lami timo micrtcd that Secretary
Boutvrell beforo leaving for homo gave
aotne insttuctlona tc Deputy Coiiitnlsiloncr
Douglati yvhich Indicated Hint ho ex
pected that, gentleman to bo acting Com
missioner before lils return. Thcro is
much speculation as to tho courio Pieman
anton will pursuo, tn case he should not be
.sustained by tho president and attorney
general, ionio aiiertlng'that he will imme
diately reilgn and others that ho will re
tain hlipoiltlon and square hit conduct to
tho Secretary'! orders.
Washington, D. C, July 11. Tho syn
opsis for the past CI hours' shows that the
barometer hat fallen very generally rust of
tho Ilocky Mountains and lipecinlly north
of the Ohio river, and lin risen in the
Middle and Eastern State, but it U now
again stationery, and fallen temperature
has been quite high Monday, p.m., on the
South Atlantic coast. Local storms hitvc
been roported in Virginia and Southern
Michigan and Missouri, cloudy and
thrcateninrr weather has prevailed dufio?
day from Philadelphia to Iowa nnd heavy
rain fell Monday morning in tho latter
South-wost winds with low barometer
probably provail Tuesday very generally
east of tbo Kocky Mountains. Conditions
are favorable for cloudy weather with rain
trom Mississippi to outli Carolina, and
threatening weathor with local storms
from Illinois to Pcnnsylvat.ia and on tho
Tho poBtmaster-gcnerel has, in accord
ance with the telegraph act of 18CC. tlxed
the rates of telegraphic communication be
tween W -! aigt..t(ti.nJ fit tllA (rov-
ornmcnt and their olilcers and agents,
which havo priorty over nil other busi
ness. Tlicso new rates aro cxclusivclr
conflnod to public business. Ono cent per
word is namod lor cacn circuit ot llv
miles or less; all words in communicntionH
to bo transmitted to bo counted except
date and placo at which such communica
tions nre mod. rue rato lor signal eor-
vice menaces and reports is two cents
per word for each circuit or distance irre
spective of length. These rates took ef
fect J my 1st.
Senator Spencer, of Alnbuim, is hero
looking after tho interests of hit political
friends of that state.
Ex-lligh Joint Commissioner. Williams
will lcivo Washingcon in a few days for
TO-DAY ORANG EM KN PARADE rORIIIIiUKN
BY THE CITY AUTHORITIES AHRKVT OK
A MURDERER HTKAMSHIP ARRIVALS
IIO.V.A.II. LAFLIN ACQUITTED THE II EAT.
New York, July 11. Thoro is much
feeling and coniidcrablo surprise mani
fested in tho city this morning at tho order
of Supt. Kelso
rORDIDDIXOTIIK TARADE OP TIIK ORANGE
MEN to-morrow. Orangemen nrd of courso
bitter and sulky and their enemies feel
thennolvcs masters of tho situation. (J rent
excitement prevailed in tho citv all 1hv
yesterday with tho moYOiucntts of the cath
olic societies. Tbo intontlon of tho Or
angemen and tho prcpara'.ion of tho
POLICE AND MILITARY
wore subjects of interest. Tho mayor.
Superintendent Kelso, Major General
Shaldor and others in authority were in
consultatioun during tho day nnd wo And
tho result ot their deliberations embodied
in tho order Issued by Superintendent
Kciso lato last evening, it appears that
on tho Otli inst. tho Mayor wroto n com
munication to Jno. J. llond, grand muster
of tho Orango order embodying somo sen
timents oxprcssed in Superintendent
Kolso's order, nnd suggostod tho propriety
of dispensing with tho intendod par ado
andpicnio: but as no reply was in ado
to his lotter and as tho indications of a
riot in caso of tbo orange demonstration
grew more and more threatening, tho may
DETERMINED TO PROIIiniT THE PARADE.
Tho order prohibiting tho parado is al
most unanimously denounced as a coward
ly surrondor, and it is confidently nntiel-
Sated that public opinion will strongly
isapprovo this concession to lawless
throats of men who aro condemned oliko
by their religious teachers nnd their in
telligent political leadors.
Tho oxcitcmont in Jersey City in regard
to tho Orangomon's parado, and riot which
is expected to follow in its train, is intense.
Thoro is no doubt but that tho Orango
mon of Jersey City havo determined to pa
rado at all hazards, and tho greatest alarm
exists in consomienco among citizens who
aro apprehensive for tho saletv of their
persons and property. Tho Hibernians
make no secret of their determination to
nttack tho Orangomon in caso tho lattor
should parade. Tholr preparations for tho
expected fray is said to bo vory comploto
Tho Shamrock, a society composed of
about four hundred Irishmen, met at
Franklin ball, Warner itroot, last ovon
ing. Before and subsequent to tho mooting
excltod groups assemblod around tho
ball discussing tho situation and indulging
in inreau against tno urangomon. Tho
Celt Ouards, an organization numbering
over two hundred men, recolvod orders to
assemoia at tneir nan on ravina avonuo
to-nigbt and remain under arms till the
CAIROjILLIiNOIS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, JS71.
following morning. Tho United Irish
men aro also slated to bo determined to
turn out and make common causo with the
Illbcrnlans. Thoy number somo thous
ands, Atsomo of tho meetings wild state
ments wcro mndo to tho cllcct that thous
ands of Orangemen aro coming from Ciin-'
adn to purllciputo in tho parade, which
added not a littlo to tho excitement Mid
liato jf tho Hibernians.
IIUXINKKS IlKIOItK FIGHT.
Judgn Hilton, roprcicnting tho pnrk
commissioners, issued orders yesterday
forenoon, directed to foremen of all gutigs
of laborers employed by the commission
ers, instructing them not to excuso nny
workmen from labor to-morrow unless n
reasonable causo could bo shown. Any
workman absent to-morrow will bo imme
diately dismisscd.unloss ho presents an ex
cuso satisfactory to tho park commission
JOHN J. com
JtnpncArs that John J. llond, grand mas
ter of tho Orangomon of America, has all
along been opposed to tho parade, but that
tho various OrungclcHlgcs opposed him in
this view, ilo said yesterday: "I nm
strongly opposed to tiny public demonstra
tion. I think it bid prlicy for tho Orange
men to turn out on tho 12th. I
know becntisu I havo been woll informed
that tl.cro nrrt between six and seven thou
sand catholics under arms and that they
will opposo tho diiplay. I know this,
however, that the Orangemen propose
that if they are attacked thoy will stand
their ground and will not show tho while
feather. The Orangemen did not intend
to hold u picnic; they Intended to pnrud;,
nftor which thoy wcro to retire to their
various lodges of which thoro am seven
teen In tho i.ity, and then disperse,
ARRKST OF A MURDKREIl.
I. aft evening, dipt. Cameron, of tho
18th precinct, learning that John Scounel,
who, on the night of tho lOlli of Septem
ber lust, shot Thomas Donnhao, supposing
him to bo the mnn who assassinated his
brother Florence was at the Hull's Hend
hotel, went there und captured him with
out difficulty. It transpired subsequently
Hint scounel had v. sited .Juuiro Jlanon in
the morning und guvo bond in the sum of
;o,uw to appear lor trial. Jn hearing
this, supcrintcudnnt Kelso ordered him
Tho City of London arrived from Liv
erpool, and the Sidonia from Glasgow.
1 1 OX. A. II. LAFLIN.
The news of tho ucouittal of Hun. A. II.
Laflin of tho chargo of perjury beforo tho
circuit court is received at "tho custom
house and oltewhcro with every demon
stration of dolight. It was cviuent from
tho first that the chargo was groundless,
and Instigated purely from political mo
tives. This acquittal is regarded as n tri
umphant vindication of his private as well
us iiis official career. Latlin will be in
this city during the day when ho will rc-
ccivothc congratulation!! of his friends.
The heat wus oxtrcmo csterduy, at
tended with a number casualties.
CAVED IN KILLED.
An embankment on which somu la
borers wore at work yesterday ut 0 St.
and 2d ave., cuved in and buried several
of them. Jno. Hagerty, aged 60 died soon
after ho was taken out and all the others
escaped with slight injuries except Jason
ard who was removed to Jtellevuo
Hospital. Xutwilliininr, tho orders of
Sunt. Kelso, it is apprehended Unit t run Mo
will occur to-night or to-morrow and pre
cautionary measures aro being mndo to
quiet any disturbance that may nrisr.
TROOP. OlillKUKIl OUT.
lien. Shaldcr when visited this morning
declined to say how many troops would bu
under arms , but he said that lie had been
careful tn call outn number sufficient to
meet any emergency.
CALLED OL l
Col. Clark, of tho 7th regiment, has or
dered his regiment to ii'scmbly at their
armory in fatiguo dres at i a.m. to-inor-row.tJUcn.
Dakin, of tho llfih brigrdc, has
ordered tho' 13th regiment '.o nssemblo ut
tholr headquarters in Brooklyn to-morrow
morning, fully uniformed, tinned nnd
equipped for nction in aid of tho civil au
thorities. OUOCKItV HOARD OF TRADE.
TheGroccrs' board of trade havo decided
to includo in membership brokers, dealers
and importers or all kinds of groceries.
Thoy met to-day and received a report of
tho committco appointed to got up consti
tution and bv-laws. After n full discus
sion tho meeting adjourned for ono week in
order that tho roport may bo printed and
circulated among tho members.
Illtl'G LICENSING HOARD.
Tho drug licensing board held tholr
first meeting to-day. A largo number of
applicants woro rigedly oxaniitiod in
chemistry, poisons and their antidotes,
PKNNf YI.VAI NA CENTRAL "TAKING THEM
Tho Pennsylvania Central railroad has
loascd tho .lolfersonvillo and Indianapolis
railroad, Including Madison branch, pay
ing o per cent, interest on capital siock.
A MAN blXTT-KIVK YEARS OLD KILLS HIH
WIFE 11V HEATING HER HEAD TO A
Pittshurg, July 11. Patrick Hurry,
C5 years old, residing in Monogahela
borough, killed his wife aged CO, this a.m.,
by battering her head into a Jolly whllo in
bod. The old man had saved considerable
monov. part of which his wife had given
to hor brother, which so inconsed Harry
that ho determined to kill hor. Ho dullv
orod himself to thoauthocltles immediately
Tho Health Zouavos who recently loft
tho city on n tour through tho iTnltod
Statos returned homo last night from
conakntion of juvenile editors.
Tho fifth con vcntlon of tho amotuer press
association, composed of the editors of
about CO boys' papers, in all parts of the
unuod niatos, moots in tins city to-mor
row. Tho delegates raniro from IJ to u
years of ago.
DRAYMAN KII.I.KII A COLORED PROFES-
hor convicted of manslaughter.
I .lllTlrfVII I.fr .Til lu 11. 'l,.,lnv Marshall
Irvln. driving n dray load of corn across
a guttor was jolted oil' in front of tho
wncoi, which passed ovor his hook uroiih-
ing it, and killing him Instantly.
James Oakloy was yosorduy convicted of
niunsiaugiur uuu was boiuoiiuu.i tu i
years in tho ponotontiary for killing Kd.
Parker, somo months since
Lawroneo Minor a rospoctablo colored
man of tills city, nnd for u long time por
ter on tho Cincinnati mall line of steam
crs, has been appolntod ono of the profes
sors of Alcorn university, Mississippi.
RUMORED CONSOLIDATION OF THE ROCK
ISLAND AND THE CHICAGO AND SOUTH
WESTERN RAILROADS, AND INCREASK OF
STOCK OF THE It. I. It. R.
Chicago, July 11. Tho Tribune of this
niorning says that ull sort3 of rumors aro
in circulation in regard to tho Hook
Island railroad. Tho associated press ills
patches, Saturday evening from Now
Vork, contained a rumor ot nn Incioiscd
issue or stock j also tho consolidation with
tho N orth western railroad company. Yes
terday dispatches wero received hero from
brokers in Now.York. saying that notlco
had been given on New-York oxchango
by tho Hock Island railroad company of
tho proposed Incro.tso of $2,000,000 to tho
stock. Later dispatches to tho associated
press failod to confirm ilv such report.
Even If they did, it would "bo apparent to
thoso conversant with tho constitution of
Illinois that such reports, or even admit
ting tho possibility of such u stop buTing
been taken, nro humbugs, got up In AVafi
street to ntlect tho prico of Hock Island
stock. It is tho opinion of somo of tho
best legal talont In this city, that, under
tho constitution of this stutej no railroad
company of Illinois can consolidate
with any other company, nor
inurcaso its own stock till tho legislature
has passed somo gcnorul law authorizing
such act nnd prescribing a method of pro
ceeding. All incrcaso of stock and consol
dations ure positively prohibited by tho con
slltution, except under tlicso conditions'
and thcro is ,no such law cither in exis
tence or proposed authorizing consolida
tion or increased issuo of stock, it is ap
parent that any such incroaso or any such
consolidation with any other company us
rumored about H. l.'would bo fictitious,
und the constitution provldos that all
slock, dividends and other fictitious in
crease of stock shall bo roid.
The Chicago and Southwestern Huilroad
which is the one rumor says is to bo con
solidated with H. I. extends from Wash
ington, Iowa, 275 wiles west of Leaven
worth, Kansas, a distance of -50 miles.
This road will tnako a direct lino of live
hundred miles from Chicago to Leaven
worth, a distanco about tho same,! also, by
this now lino to both Kansas City and St.
Joe. This company now have about two
hundred miles of their road open and in
operation. Tho gap of nbout fifty miles,
in Davics, Grundy and Sullivan counties,
in Missouri, will bo finished in August,
and in view of tho fact that this company
will boa shorter lino than any at present
from Chicago to threo of tho most im
portant cities on tho Missouri river, there
is reason to buleivo that it will bo ono of
the most important and profitable roads in
the west. As shown, tho constitution of
of this state prohibits consolidation, but
this road, in tact, is a continuation of tho
Hock Island company's system of roads.
Tho Hock Island company havo guaran
teed $3,000,000 of the Southwestern com
puny's bonds, and tho latter road lscntin
ly under the control of the Hock Island
company. It will probably bo
loused to it at a rate which will
make it tho most important
feeder, the Hock Island Com
pany has. The real secret of
all these rumors probably is thut Mr.
Tracy and his friends aro covering shorts
they put on a day or two beforo Wood
ward's failure, knowinc as they did then,
that they could could cause an explosion
nnd depress tho stock temporarily below
Its real yiiluc, tUcr nlbiwlnt' rumors to no
uncontradicted und by countenancing a
huso view ot mo real vuiuo oi too south
western Huilroad as n branch of the Hock
NEWS FROM KORT MU'bOWELL.
Letters from Camp McDowoll to n
Tuckson citizen dated Juno 12, says Liotit.
Chas. Morton with 1!U men of cavalry
und n party 10 citizens from Prcscott and
Ticlnity arrived ut that fort on that day
after a mo.-t successful scout, having killed
CO Indians and recaptured 150 head of cat
tle sto'en trom liowcn s ranch on the :d
CONCORD, N. 11.
STATE AID TO THE WASHINGTON MONU
MENT THE CENT EN I A I. CKI.KHU VTION.
Concord, July 11. In tho houso to-day
a proposition for stnto nidfor tho complo
pletion f tho Washington monument was
re fur red to tho next legislature.
C K N T E N I A I. C E I. E 1 1 R A T I O N.
Tho committco on national allair recom
mended tho appointing of a committco
consisting of tho governor and four others
to participato in making nrrangmonts for
tho ccntoniul cllcbration of tho national
UNITED STATES ARM V
Toronto. O.vr.. July 11. Mai. (Ion.
Heamen, Jell'. Davis, Mnj. Dow and Cupt.
ash Uardnor, ol tho l niton states army,
arrived hero yesterday. Thoy constituto
tho board of inspection for tho military
hospitals and rKo:n, und nrj making a
tour throuirli Canada by nn Invitation of
tho Dominion government, for tho pur
pose of inspecting our military hospitals
A CIH.OREII JL'RV.
Wiieki.imi, W. Va July 11. A col
ored jury has been summoned nnd will bo
I in pa ii n ol toil at 8 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing nt C.iinbridgo, Ohio, to trv tho caso of
Kohcrt YV right, colored, lor sliootint: Willi
intent to kill. This is tho second occasion
whero u colored jury has been imnannollod
in that State.
M ANIII.ED II V A JUMP.
.Madison, Wis., July 11. S. Tabbln, an
Irishman, latoly nliiccd in tho iiisauo asyl
um, in a lit of frenzy jumped from a fourth
story window of tho asylum to-day, break
botll legs ami ono arm. Ho can hardly re
cover. 1UVER NEWS liv TEIiEGKAl'H.
Sr. Louis. Julv 11. Arrived Idu,
Missouri rivor; Huiitsvlllo, Poorln ; Flor-
eno?, Tcnn. rivor; Allantio itnu uurgvs,
and C. II. Church, Now Orleans; ,S S.
Morrill nnd Hob Roy, Keokuk.
Departed Htmlsvillo, Peoria ; City of
Cairo, Vickshurg; City of Viclislmrg,
ICvlo. Now Orleans: Lako Superior,
St. Paul; Rob Hov, Keokuk; Alice, Kun-
sus City; Ida, Augusta; river luiiing-
wcathor olouuy and cooler.
V li'KMiinui, dttiy ii. uowii u, a.
Up R. J. Lockwood; woutlior warm
nnd clear river t'alllliL'.
Cincinnati, July 11. Tho rivor Is
stationerv Willi o loot o inqnes in nui ciihu
nol; woutlior cloudy In wirt) tbermoino
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AYE.
London, July 11. Thcro is a strugglo
among tho Americans In Paris to sccuro
possession of tho communists prisoners as
colonists; somo want thorn for Colorado
nnd others for Lowor California and Ari
zona. Tho government is puzzled to de
cide. STEAMERS WHKCKKI).
Tho ship .Madagascar, from London,
bound to (Quebec, camo iti collision, n day
or two since, with tho steamer Wldgon,
during a heavy fog, In tho English Chan
nel oil' Kddystono lighthouse. Hoth ves
sels sustained serious injuries, and sunk in
n short timo. Tho sea being smooth, tho
crow woro nblo to roach the shoro In saf
ty with their bouts.
Liverpool. July 8. Tho steamship At
lantic, from .Vow-Vork, and tho Austria,
from Quebec, havo arrived out.
MA ntim. .Ink- llTlin ntlnnilnnrm nf
the members of tho chamber of deputies in
niu vurics uas uecn large.
Cincinnati, July 11. 1871.
WHEAT In good demand j $1 'J.I
1 25 for now red; $1 .13 for old.
COHN Dull atCOc.
HA HLEY Unchanged.
OATS Steady at G2c.
COTTON Dull ; tiOJc for middling.
WHISKY Steady at 01c.
MESS PORK SIS liil.
LARD Held at lOJc, hut hardly any
demand, and it is not salcablo at better
than 101c in bulk.
MEATS Dull; prices nominal; bacon
drooping; sales of shoulders at 7c; cicur
rib sides nt 8Jc08Jc; clear hold nt Oc; su-gar-curod
hams at 15loJc.
HUTTKR-Dull ; ISfjiMc for choice.
EGGS Dull ot 12l'3c.
Chicago, July 11, 1871.
PORK $13 00 for Aug.; $13 1!5 for
Sopt. nnd ?l:i 30 for Dec.
LARD 10 c cash; held at 101c for
WHISKY Firm nnd saleable nt !lc.
FREIGHTS Active and unchanged.
JJuffalo, July II, 1871.
WH EAT Neglected.
CORN lc hotter: sales of 31,000 bu.
No. 11 western at C'Jc on spot and to ar
OATS Market bare.
ItYE Western XOe.
CANAL FREIGHTS lllu per bu.for
wheat and lOjc tor corn to ow-lork.
Toledo. 0., Julv 11, 1871
FLO UK Quiet.
WHEAT lc lower; No. 1 whito Mich
igan SI 381; nmbor Michigan il 31; o,
1 red SI Ul; No. 1! do $1 28; No. 3 do
SI 25; rejected red $1 20.
CORN Unchanged; high mixed 573c;
low 57Jc; Michigan 57Jc.
OATS 1 to 2o better; No. 1 59c; Mich
LAKE FREIGHTS Vory dull; 3c
per uu. to Jitiutiio; aoo to uswego.
Milwaukee. July 11, 1871.
WHEAT Steady, at $1.20j for No. '..
New-York, July 11. N. Y. 0. 'JO,
scrip 00J; Erio273, pfd.50; Holding 110J;
Mich. Cent. 120; Lnko Shore 107 J ; I. V.
135 ; Pittsburg lid ; North Western 71 J,
ptd. 895 ; Cloveland A; Columbus 00J ; R.
I.10CJ; St. Paul CO J; Wabash Q7J pfd.
81 J; Ft. Wayne 100; Torro Haute pfd. 55 ;
Chicago di Alton 120, ptd. r.'3 ; unio &
Miss. 112,; Ind. Cent. 18( ; Hurlington
A. Otilnnv 152; II. l St. .Ion T.l ; V.t.
chnngo long 110 J, short stock dull work ; i
liold steady at 112J(a)ll2j; uovts. dull
and heavy , Stato bonds steady and more
strong ; Money easy at 3c.
UKDIXANCK NO. 114.
An nnlliinnco niilhoniinK st.iy of execution in
Ilo it ordained hy tho Cily Council of tlic city tl
Hictiiis I. That it ahull bn tho duly nflho I'chco
.Mni;lstr.iteH of Iho city of Cairo whenever tho
City Attorney ofld city may so dlicct tonllour
ii ruiy in iMfuiiiii'ii ,ur nny iiiiic uui I'.icei'uinx
forly-elRht houm in fuvor of any person who
limy hiivo been fminil KUillr of a tiul.itiou of any
ordinunce of suldclty, nnd the City Attorney limy
direct such stay whenever ho may think thn in
terest of tliocl.y requires aiiclistny of execution,
11- t.. .. l.nu.. e... ..r ...
ciiliou if hnd uhohhull bo Iniind ulthin tlio Hunt
of the city of Cairn lifter the tluui of Mich atav ot
l'.rcillloil lllli l'l lieti kiiiiii im nniii wild iiv 11 uu
such stay of eieRiitinii hud been granted.
Approved JuncW I, lrtl.
AIUM. JU1INM. I.AN'SDr.N, Mayor.
M.J. Hum r.v, City Clerk. ej.kiit
OUDINANUK NO. 11(1.
An ordinance to nuieml oriliiianco No. 1W.
lie In nrduliicil by llie Cily Council of iho cily of
HrerioN 1. That ordinance No.'."l, approved Apri
Mil, 1SI.7, bound tlie aaino la hereby niuended
by iiihllneiftHrtlui Hor.U "oruny .lewer, trough,
or oilier tiling ueil for tho ilrnluauo oi slopsor
Muter," In Hi" elcveutli mid t'.velKh linen iroin
tho lop of section 1 of said ordinance, tho words,
'or nny i-o.i liictnrv, anyplace, buihlliiK ores.
"Ulillsliiiieut used for iho steaming or remleriaK
'of laid, tillow, f:it, ollul or dead auiinalsor auy
"eilnMUIiinenl used lur the steaming orrenJer
"inirof any otlu r sub.tancea, whlcli in being so
"reii'leri'd shall cause the business thereof, tu lio
'cllcnilve. totlie public or any porllon tliereof or
inluilous to Hie public nnaltli.
Attest, M. J. llottli.l, I'll) Clerk. JellodlOt
OUXI.VAM'H NO. 117.
An (Irillnanee to regul do tho duties of Ike Chief
of 1'olieo and Police Constables,
He It ordulned by (ho City Council of the City ?
Hiction 1. That the Chief of Police slif'i net as
ilar polleeinau, ami sha'l lmo geiii'ri'''''1,r' 01
IIUU9 Ul lilt) BtJtlMltl . , ,
luty. Iho other police cnst'iblea n iw author
ned by ordinance shall duty as night watch.
u...'. .i in ,.!,.,. res orn.irta of ordinance
In conlhct lieiewll''" i",.r,ub rifi!'1 ,
Approved, .Mn'-"Jlh. 1HI.
Attest i M. J llowuiv.Cltj Ll'k,
llltOMATIO work prmtuiK in many and
anil jmirn i.u,oi wn
celetmdcd chromatic iircaa done at tho llulleiln
job printing olllce. This is the most remarkable
iroa over iiivcmu. i i.vnwnua ,
ho work, In colored printing, of ten ordinary
Iiressea, inercuy iimuuiiiniiiiiruiiui i,. v. ..
cr of urk to a very low rate. .
BOOKS, pamphlets, bricla, catalogues, news
papers, tax lists, and every variety of exten
pedily exeouted, In the Bulletin, hook, Job;
uewvttpt tndlnK establishment.
Urn police lores oi tin, city, texcepiM "',;.','
.Marshal,! und, under Iho general .'ireetlon of Ihe
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UOHi:itT W. MILLER, Vice-President;
U..V. HUIIIIKB, Cashier.
EXCHANGE, coin. Unit nolo onl Uolteii
Hlatcs securities bought sod aolJ.
Intrrrajt AllowrU on Time Depoalta.
S hnrto rHl March SI, 189.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO,
A. 11. SAFFORD, PrMldfnti
H. S. TAYLOR, Vice-l'resiilent;
W. IIY3LOI', tsccretarv nd Treasurer.
1. W. IUaruv, Cms, astinnii,
K. M.HriwarLrtii, I'U'LO.tk'iil'H,
It. M. Ui'iiMKiiiuM, W. 1'. UsuiDar.
J. M. Pamirs.
nfMltaj or Any Amount Keoetvcd from
Ten CrnlN Upward.
TNTKKE4T paid on deposits at the rated six
JL percent, per annum, March 1st anil Heptem.
her 1st. Interest not withdrawn la added Imme
diately to the. principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOME.V AND CHILDREN MAT
SO TUaT NO o.vt tut CM DBAW IT,
Open overy business day from 0 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and fc.dur.lav ereninir lor HAVING DEPOSITS
only, from 6 to 8 o'clock.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. r. IIALL1DAY, President;
A. II. HAPFORD, C&shleri
WALTER HYBLOP, Assistant Cashier,
8TiTsTAttoa, Kossat H. CruxwanAM,
rkoTT Wiinr, W. P. Hauidst,
(lio. V. WULUH80N, BTsrniM Blu,
A. U. Sarroati.
Kxrliaug', Cola smd United rlUtca
llond llouKit read Hold.
El'OSITS r e eel red, and a genersl bank Ing
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE OROOERS, I
A'sn, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock ol
scotch and Irish wnMKin
Port, Madorla, Sherry nnd Catawba Wine
EH MYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
, which fact they invito Ihe especial atten
tion of close bargain buyers.
SifcidI attention given to Filling Orderi.
II. A. II ANN ON,
Wholesslo and Retail
Sheet Music, Picture Fbauks, Mould.
No. 120, Conimorcial-avonuo,
,y Steamers supplied with office stationary,
.net daily papers stamped to order day aarf night.
IIOUSK MOVEU AND BUILDER
la prepared to do all kind ot
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
Rt?AiRia ot vnt DXClPTIOst
OM 1H HOST IIUOXAIU 1ISKS.
rnDBH3 left at the reaTdnnco ol Mr. Ksuady
I I An IW.r akraat. Baal door to IlkO B4)W SjCBOOt
1 or I BuUeAln oBk, wiU rxl1-Vaaft attssa