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Harmless to a clilM, nnd taken by children.
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Certain in etrect, and pleasant in operation,
II ELM HOLD'S CATAWIIA ORAPK PILL
Is not a patented Pill.
IIELMIJOLDS CATAWIIA GRAPK TILLS
Aro com I io no J of CaUntlrnp Juke and Fluid
uii n.w mil mime ui u r.j,:,i HUI..I n n.lUjv.
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Ho Ifcttrr investment can bo made lor so small
HELMIIOLD'S FLUID KXTRACT I1UCIIU
11 as acquired n worlJ-u Idefame.
AM. of my preparation are meritorious. A
period of twenty yearn lias proved this to be
rjee remarks made by Ilcniamln Traverse, f . H.
C, M. tineaklig of those Unwise i, and Uineaten
arising from thn victim of .Mercury, li etatea
that no remedy Is emisl to th Extract of Kama
panHa. its nover ia extraordinary, more so thin
any other dtug I am acquainted with. It l. in
In the strictest aense, a tonlo. wlththia invaluable
HiuuHi-iiiii ii n uiiiuicauiu io a aiaio of me
matem ao sunken, nnd vet so irritable, as ren
diirs oliier ubi.tance of the tonic clans unavail-
FILL M K.N OK AMEItlO'A :
i m North Thlni street, Philadelphia, Pa.
t KsWemed Frleud-I conratulaU- you orj
irlog Uie handiiomtril mt;at the samo time the
oat Effective Pill that I have ever known for the
urpowia Intended. WJI. It. WAKNKIl A CO
U.T. llelaitxild wlllrefliarlt, Incunclusion. (lint
U remedies arc Iho result of luu und earvful
tly. Tboinuidbxtriv-t.hsvu.ueeu bctoto the
ribllc wtnt leara. 'Hie wUe or thnn In that
me proves their value. All have been benefit.
if d by them who followed my Inttrucliona, and
today they stand imequalld;iik-iie extent, of
frielr salej and uciurpasaed tv any medicament
k Iho Dispensatory of tho United btatea, not
aaceptinK a singlo Herb, Hoot, Plant, or Hclou
Pnarmaceutical I claim all mlno to be, and havo
(ever patented a single one.
To dispel any. impression .or prejudice that
jr.lKPt exist in the minds ol many nalnst my
aMviiaratlons. from tho nublicltv c n tlirnin)i
auvervisiHit, tuiu mni i uiu nnu hhtu uceu a urui
'iai ior u pcriuu ui twviiiy vunra, anil more con,
luaivrlv la oreve this sen letter from the hinrA.it1
I . ' i ... . V ..).. ... I I l r. .11 . n
BJiaUHiatlUllwaj vv..i.a ill iiiv nviiiii
. November i, 1854.
I nm acquainted with Mr. II. T. Uelmbold ! he
Bacuaied the drug atore opposite my residence,
lad was successful In conducting the business
rhere others had not been equally so before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with his charac-
auu enwrpnso.- ninuiin y iuiumao.
irm of Powers & Wlgtuiiian, manufacturing
chemists, Moth and 1 frown streets, Philadel
ALL STAND 0 TIIEIB MCRITS.
The Pill 1 have thought or ottering to the, aMio
tod fur ten years.
They aro now perfect, and I snail stake my
time, money and fame on their effectiveness.
"The inviting style in which the pill itself la made,
tho bottle, lane vtrspper all show with what
rare Ihev hate been prepared. After examine
tlou, no Kngllsh or French preparation will show
greater care, and 1 am really proud of them.
Instead f the uauseous-looking, carelessly
'prepared Pills Tended generally, and put up in
wooden boxes, and made generally, or ottered
try those having r.o experience as physicians,
tlruggists or manufacturers of medicines, test
Itis medicine offered by your obedient servant,
ir. T. IIFAMBOIil).
Crystal Palace, Drug Btore, No. 601 .Broadway,
falnce Pharmacy, Clllse;
soy House, Broadway, ajd
, New York. . . r
. Continental UeUL PhiU-
femple cf Pharmacy. Continental 1
delnhias and No. lMpouth TenU
- - 1. . .
BOIB BY OmUOOISTS XYKAYVrUERK.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
TlIK ORANGE AND TiTfc flllKKV
OH EAT HIOT IN NEW YORK CITY.
C0L J1M FISK 110113 COMBAT.
oov. iiorruAN's pkoclauatiox.
NkW-YoHK. JuU 11 OV. ilniTin.n
arrived in tho cltr to-dev. and lain thi
ercning iisued, tbo followlnr .procUn.-
11 r John F. Hnffmari
clatnatlon. Havine boon onlv tills fda
apnrlicd. while at thn canttml nfik. ..mi
condition of things hero with rcforonco to
inu propoioa procession to-morrow, and
bavlne, in the belief that toy pratence was
needed, reoaired hltha lmm.rii.t.i. t
do make this nroclamatlnn Th rik..
hcretoforo Issued by tho police authorities
in roferonce to the said procession having
been duly revoked, 1 horoby give notice
that any and all bodies of men dotiring to
assemble- and march in neacealiln nrnrn.
sion in tills city to-morrow (the 12th intt.)
will bo pormitted to do io, and they will
bo protected to tbo fullest extent ponlblo
by tbo military and polico authorities.
A military and police cfcort will bo fur
nished to any body of men desiring it, on
application to mo at my headquarters,
which will bo at thortolico hoadauarlora In
this city at any time during tbo day. I
warn all persons to abstain from intetfer-
CnCO With anr SUch mnmtilt.n nr nrn..i.
ion, except by authority from me, and I
givo nstice that all powers at my com,
mand, civil and military, will bo uied to
nrcjorvo tho public pence and out down.
ut all hazards, every attempt at disturb
ance. I call upon all citizens, of ovarv racn
and religion, to unite with mo and tho la.
cal authorities in thii determination to
prciervo tho peaco and honor of tbo city
and of tho state.
Sioned) Joii.v T. HorruAN.
AltMS AND AMMUNITION CAPTUHEI).
NkW-YoIIK. Julv 12. Several lirew-h.
loading riflef, a largo quantity of cart
ridges, four trunks and tevcral cases con
taining wearing apparel and other articlos
were left last evening at the home of the
Good Shepherd ltomun Catholic reformary
Institution, on East 89th street, by an ex
pressman. Captain Clinchv was taformed
of tbo fact, and took possession of the
property. Conjectures areHhat the articles
wero left thero by mistake, and that it was
intonded for somo of the men who ware to
pnrticipato In the attack to-day.
Tho polleo authorities have knowledge
of arms being conveyed to various loeali.
ties in the cltr durlne the day. which are
supposed to havo been distributed during
mat uvvning o moio wno are expected to
use them to-day.
Tho day open cloudy with a denso foe
overhanging tho city.
Alio streets present a novel appenrnnco
not unlike the days of draft riots of 1KG3.
in fatigue uniform aro hurrying in every
uirccuon to report ior uuty to their re
aro pntroline tho streets and hoavvsauadi
of polico aro moving to designated points
in luu (.iijr.
aro being taken to preserve tbo peace, and
mo autuoruioa appear to do working with
uarmony ana energy.
contalnine tho olan of thonroDosed attack
upon the Orangemen, havo fallen into the
hands ot polico, and tbey now nave a por-
ioci anowieage oi tneir intentions.
At a late nour last nigbt a number of
HIBERNIANS DOT INTO A ROW . .
among themselves in their hall on Pjrihco
street. A number of them wero sevor'uly
THE REGULAR TROOPS
at Oovernor's Island, Forts Hamilton and
Schuyler and other forts in this vicinity
have been placed under arms and ordered
to hold themselves in readiness to march1
at a moment's notice.
has promised a hearty
thojtato authorities.' '
TROOPS UNDER ARMS. 1 1
Tho let, 5th. Oth. 7th, 9th. 17th. 22d.
71st and 84th regiments of national euardi
nro now as joniMcd at their armories.
QKN. 8IIALER AND HTAFP
hnrt juit arrived at tho polico central office
whero headquarters will bo duringtboday.
OOV. HOFFMAN AND STAFF
established their hoadquarleri at Glim n ot
THE ORDER l'KOIimiTINa JT1IK nriivnv.
MEN'S PAMADK REYOfcXD'llV THE OOVi
Tho rovneallnn of si.. i u.... r
tondent Kolso by Gov. Hoffman, and thq
Governor's proclamation, wero roceived by
citizens of nil parties with'oxprossions of
tho hlghost satisfaction ' ; ,
POLICE FORCE v AVAIi.Aiii l-
Last evening each, captain of tho polico
was requirod to mako out a sebodulo of his
available forco, from whleh wore selected
thret fourthsof tho aggregate complomont'
of men who woro ordirod to report at tho!
polico hcadquartors at six o'clock this'
morning, with two sergeants, a1 rounds-!
man and three-fourths of the patrolmon
under his command. This will bring to
tho polico headquarters 33 captains.
CG sergeants, 33 roundsmen ansi
botwoon 1400 and 1600 patrolmon.
This forco will bo formed into three batal
lions of ton companies each, commanded
by inspectors Dilks, Walling and Jama
con, wbllo tbo supremo command will be
veitcd in Supbrintondent Keho. ,
TJoildoa this largo forco of rloUoe, the
have been ordered to renort to Cantaln
Moray,-! 0f the deteotlvo force, and with
the central offlco'detfkUvs, will act sii '
Thoir duty will be to note the movement
of tho Orangemen and Hibernians and
when anything of note occurs to report it
to tho netrest station, from whenco it will
be transmitted by tolegrnph to thocentrfll
Resides tbo instructions in tho genornl
order which has boon giverVto tho public,
tho polico havo received from Superinten
dent Kolto secret instructions In regard to
tho disposition of tho.forco to-day.
of light artillory has been brought over
from Govornoi's Island and stationed iivar
of mounted howitzers from tho navy yard
havo been placed upon tho tugs' in the har
bor, and aro now lying opposito27tlistrcot,
In East river.
A detachment of
UNITED STATES I SfAHlXES
has boon placed on tugs, aadara now await
ing orders from tho arsenal, corner of 35th
stroet and 7lh avenue. Col. Jnmcs Cron
ny it in command.
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY ROUNDS
of ammunition for -small arms havo been
Issued ; ono hundred and slitv rounds of
canister for twolvo pounder field plocci,
and a lareo amount of ammunition has
boen measured out at tho arsenals. Kncli .
soldier will be furnished with forty ball
cartridges and will carry
ONE DAT S RATIONS AND K.VAITAOK.
Cannon will bo planted at different
points along tho routo of tho procession,
and will bo guarded by heavy detachments
Ono battery will be stationed nt tho cor
ner of 8th avenue and 33d street, but tho lo
cation of tho others it not' ascertained.
Tbo police will bo most exclusively used
and preserving order on tho streets before
ana alter tne parade.
A battery of light 12 pounders is now
CR0H.1INU FROM BROOKLYN.
It is supposed to be from Fort Hamilton.
at tho Brooklyn navy yard havo boun
placed undor arms.
rilEPAHI.NO FOR THE RIOT.
Nkw-York July 1J, 11:30 a.m. Tho
street in tbo up town districts have tho
appearance or a nouiuay.
Groups of loungers are to bo seen on
nearly every corner, nnd gangs of mon,
five and sixln number, may bo seen going
in the direction of tho westorn part of tho
The aspect of affairs look
The men in tho marble and stone yards
along East river havo nearly all left tho
works. It Ii supposed they left for tho
purposoof opposing the Orangomcn pa
rade New-York, July 12, 10 a.m. In the
vicinity of tho polico hcadquartors all is
buttle and excitement.
The police under the command of tho
various captains assembled to upwards of
fifteen hundred, strong. Thrco hundred
havo been ordered to twenty-ninth pre
cinct under Vie command of Cupt. llar-
reii, anu ou more were sent to rourtli pre
cinct for tho purposo of guarding Harpers'
Among tbo personages who visited tbo
central office this morning, wore Oov.
Hoffman, Mayor Hall, Sboriff Hronnan,
Assistant District Attornoy Follows and
several other leading politicians.
There have been no disturbances up to
I THE MOUNTED POLICE
wero kept busy all morning carrying or
ders from one point to another.
There aro about twenty stages kept in
readiness to convey the polico to any part
of the city as soon ai pojsiblo.
Tho building is nearly filled with ro-
portorr irom an tuo city paper.
in tuo vicinity oi uiucrma nail vary
few persons have mtdo their appearance.
In front of Fourteenth and Sprint;
of a man trimmed with orango colors was
suspended to a telegraph polo. It was out
down by ordor of Capt. Walcott of tho sixth
New-York, July If, 11 a.m. Tho Irish
catholic laborors on the boulevards havo
suspended work nd aro ,,!,.
MARCHING DOWNTOWN IN A BODY.
Inspector Jameson, with 2o0 mon. has
boen sent to Forty-second street and Eighth
nvcnuu io intercept tiiom.
. THE NATIONAL OUARD
is out in full force( each rogimont being
stationed at; itsrospoctlf a) armory, ready
iur any uovuiopinont toat may arise.
HOW TU1NOS LOOK IN JERSEY CITY.
JNew-iork, July 12. Tbo streets of
Jo0),i;itypresont this morning an nspect
. I 1 . m I . . . . .
uniiiiuui ui iruuuio. aiius nir no.disttirrj
ancci havo occurred, but tho indlctions
aro that ovoning will witness
RIOT AND II LOOKS HE I)
at every street crossing.
Congregated around tho liquor stores arc
groups or Hibernians, who mitlnluin h sul
len silonco. Somo hundreds aro linucrimr
about Washington hall and their head
quarters. TUB POLICE.
Tho polico display crest energy in their
efforts to keep order, .A numbor of per
sons, armed with pistols, knives andlmteh.
ets, wero arrested. They had Icon drink
Idr froely at the urangemon s hcudquiir-
Xverything is quiet at present.
Tho Oraneomon aro encaged in prepar
ations for tho procession, which will movo
at 2 : 30 p.m.
RUMORS OF RIOT.
;w. York, July 1212 ,m Kumors
are rire or rioting-now going-on in'tho up
per part of Oth uvonue.
The rumer creatos groat oxcltemont.
THE RIOT COMMENCED.
New York, July 12-12:15. Tho riot
has commenced at last.
About a quarter boforo oloven this morn
ing reports ccmmenccd to coma In. Tho
first report "was r'cc'olvod from tho 23d pre.
cinct to tho effect that
A LAKQE MOD
was Catherine in tho vlclnitv ot 8 2d street
and $ ayenuo, and woro ,
DRIVINO PEOPLE FROM THE STREETS.
Two hundred and twonty-llvo men wero
immediately nicked out and nlacod undor
command of Capt. Hodden, of tho ISth
precinct, who was ordered to procood to
tbo nbovo point and disporso tho mob,
Tho second report was from tho 32d pre
cinct and stated that tho .
UI0TERS WERE MARCHINQ
through tho Boulevards and bad attacked
tome Italian and Hwus laborors in tho vif
cinity of 143d ttreet and Oth avonuq,.
BUl'T. KELSO AND OKN.IBUALEIl
immediately hold a copiultation and Gon.
Shalor orderod, some corapanlos of 71st
,Beglra6nt, Col. Iiock Fellows command
lar. to orooaed to aad truard that tvilnt
e lilt . ordor bad bitrely boon gWen1
ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1871.
when another report was received that tho
rcninns bnd collected
ABOUT THE FENIAN HEADQUARTER,
between Nineteenth and Twenty-first
street-, whero n largo quantity of nrms nro
siorcu nna clamorca loudly to uo given
This was refuted when thoy threatened
to pull down tho place, i&uotncors wero
put in stages and sent tvor there.
AT FIFTH REGIMENT ARMORY
In Chester strcot, a largo crowd collected
and signified thoir intention of taking
units. 100 men of tho rcclmcnt woro In
tho armory to each of whom wero dealt
out 40 rounds ol cartridges tins morning.
Seeing that tho regiment wero prepared
for them ono brawny Irishman said:
"Come, llyos, Ill's go down to thoSovcnth
'ward and got tho lads and clean out tho
d' d Dutch I" A maloritv of thn nml.
then startod-out under tbo leadership of
iiiis mini iu lliu iuuj.
is allvo with men speaking In whiipcrs
who, when thoy scon stranger coming, keep
Thero was a report of a
FIOHT AT HII1ER.VIAN HALL
but'beforo tho polico reached thero it was
Stopped nil J nil quiet.
AN IMMENSE MOB.
New-YOiik, July 12 la: 30 p.m. An
immensa mob collected on Third nvenue,
near Eighty-third stroct, nnd nro driving
all tho men from their work. Tho mob is
coming duwn town. Tbo polico head
iiki.no prepared to meet an attack.
Two companies of soldiers tiro quartered
on tho upper floors.
THE OIUNOEMEn'h PROCESSION
will turn out ut two o'clock.
Tho water-works men, 10,000 strong, nro
nil off and not at work to-day.
Tbo men In Central I'ark nro ull at
IIUURYINO TO THE SCENE OF ACTION.
Col. Conkling's regiment is hurrying to
tho sccno of tho affray.
FIOIITINO ooi.vo ON.
New-York, July 12, 12: 15 p.m. Fight
ing is now Kujn(. on -. tont, linj
eleventh precincts, nnd nlont- Illeokcr
havo boon ordered to Eighth avenuu nnd
Forty-socond street, whero
has boon mado upon Judtro Hciser's houso.
T ...... I IT r i . , .
i-arj;u uuuies oi poueo Jinvo lull 111
stages for tho sccno of tho affray.
THE MOll OATHEIIINO.
New-York, July 12, 1 p.m. Immenso
crowds havo assembled in nvenuca A and
U, whero tho Irish catholic clomont is
strongest. Largo bodies of polico havo
boen sent up there, nnd firing has been
heard for tho past hour. No casualties
THE RIOT PIlOOltr.SSINCI RIIIIIONMEN
KILLED-IIAllPEP.'s BUILDING ATTACKED
New-York, July 12. 1:50 p.m. Two
Kibbonmen wero killed and toveral sol
Harper's building has been nttneked.
Tho mob have proucd tho conductors on
tho Eighth avenuo rniiroud into service.
Tho telegraph wires havo been cut.
Sovcro fighting Is now going on.
FORTY PEII.-ONS KILLED.
New-York, July 3010 p. m. Alotit
forty persons wero kilid during tho riot
to-day. Tho total number of wounded is
unknown. Fit Icon nro known to bo mor
tally woundod. At tho sixteenth precinct
thero were sixtocn dead bodies this ovon
ing, which wero removed to tbo morgue.
At tho morgue thero aro at present forty
bodies. Tho only ones so faridentified nro
II. C. l'acc of tho Ninth rccimont nnd tho
advertising agent of tho Grand Opera,
Ulias. l'ettlt, Chaa. Uucklin and Jlr. Arch
ibald, killed nt tho sixteenth nreclnct. Tim
remainder aro supposed to bo rioters.
COL. FISK WOUNDED.
Col. Fisk was at tho head of his regi
ment nnd was woundod early in tho af
fray, under tho lollowing circumstances:
Tho colonel was with his regiment during
tuo morning. About two o ciouk no wont
to sco Governor Hoffman about tho run
ning of tho l'avonia ferrybont. Ho ro
turnod about 2:30 p.m. and took command
of his regiment. NVhon tho collision on
Twenty-first street took plnco, nnd whilo
ho was in tho net of giving orders, ho wus
struck with a club. Ono of his ankles was
broken. Ho was at onco removed to n
Erivuta house. The wound disabled him,
ut is riot dangerous.
Captain Spencor, of tho Ninoty-oight
regiment, it is reported, was struck at tho
samo time, and seriously but not fatally
Tho moV opened flro, killing nnd wound
ing sovoml soldiers whun tho military re
turned iiro, killing 8 and wounding 13,
Twj boys nnd a lady woro shot.
Si.tocn citizens and 3 soldiera woro
hilo coininti down tho avenuo ut tho
uornor of Twenty-third and Kit-hly-fourth
ivri utnn l& wb
urcd upon tho mob, I
aii nnd t-iiiod
tstrocts ma regiment
ittiitntr nna wounainc
uno policeman wus snovnna Killed
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ELECTIONS
New York, July 12. Primary elections
wero hold last evening undor tho now or
ganization of tho republican p'irty
throughout tho city for ofllcors for various
assembly distriqt usrieciutions und delegates
to tho republican general cummittcc. Tho
uttiost harmony prevailed.
CALL FOR. A PROTESTANT I.EAOUK.
New-York, July 12, 10-30 p.m. Tho
following is said to ba in circulation for
signatures : In vlow of recent and prob
able ovonts in tho futuro wo cull for tho
immodinto organization of n society to bo
known as ''Tho l'rotestaut Lcagtio of
Ainoricn," with hoadqunrlors In Now-York-City,
l'ubllc iiicotings will bo called in
this city and clsowhoro. Tlia circular
takes tho ground that ltoman Catholicism
Is incompatible with civil nnd religious
BUICIDK 11Y DK0WNINO.
Ci.kvklan ii, Ohio, July 12. H. R.
Castlo, a prominent citizen' of Cleveland,
drowned hlmsolf n tho river early this
niornlnc. A watchman who saw him
jttmpod in nnd throw a ropo to him. but
ivasuo wouiu not eaten it anu pauu.eu
himself further out Into tho stream. Ho
was to fleshy that ho could not sink, and
forcibly put bis head undor until ho hud
drowned hlmsolf. Cause, dissipation.
PHIII1CTA KAPPA OltATION.
HAHTyonP, Conn., July 12. Noah Por
ter, D.D., prosldont' oloet of Yalocolloco,
delivered tho Phlbota Kappa oration boforo
Trinity collogo last ovoning. Tho oration
was llttonod to with groat attention arid
Interest by tho largo nudloncb.
THE NEW LOAN STILL ON THE MARKET
A DELEGATE TO CON(ll!ES NOT A MEM
BER OF CONGRESS.
Washington, July 12. Tho roport that
tho now loan 1ms been withdrnwn from tho
market is not credited cithor by Acting
Secretary Horvoy, or by tho chief clerk of
tho treasury dopartmont. It may bo re
membered that .lay Cooko & Co., somo
tlmo ago offered to tako what thoro ro
innlncd of tho 5 per cent, bonds nbout
two hundred nnd fifty millions but thoir
offer was rejected. It hns been conjectured
horo that another offer of thU kind hns
been rccolvcd. Hut thoro can bo found no
good authority for such surmltcs.
A DELEGATE TO CONGRESS NOT A MEMBER
It wni decided by Assistant Attorney
Ocn. Waller II. Smith on Monday Inst,
that a delegate to congress from n territo
ry is not n mombcr or congress, and tho
election of a candidate as a dclcgato docs
not dobar him front continuing ns an ac
tive member of nny business firm he may
bo connected with. This decision, it is
understood, was rendorod in tho catoof Hon.
N. 1. Chapman, dclocatoto congress from
THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.
Tho civil scrvico commission adjourned
yesterday until tho 17th ofOctobor.
.Mr. uurtu lias been dosii'natod to call
upon tho president at Long 11 ranch and
plnco in his hands n communication, to tbo
nttorney general, submitting questions on
wnicn nis opinion is itskea. uurtis anil
.Modill wero appointed to draw up nn of
ficial statement for tho board to bo
to tho press.
Curtis will visit tho president ut .oa
Hranch on Thursday or Friday, and ad
viso fully with him upon tho futuro court o
of tho commission.
Secretary Houtwoll iscxpectodto return
to Washington to-night, nnd resume his
duties in tho treasury department to-tnor
P.M. Dor, mombcr of congress from
Alabama, wniio ocioro tno ku-Kitix com
mtttep, testified that in 18CH, during tiio
election which was hold that year, tho ne
groes bccamo unruly and boisterous to
such an extent to to alarm peaceable citi
zens. They by somo means
and would frequently march in squads
inrougu mo streets nna ronus in cities nna
FIRINO OFF THEIR OUNS
in a careless manner, nnd much to tho
alarm of women nnd children, nnd that
LIVES HAD BEEN LOST
by the imprudence of tho colored people
Thoy wero expostulated with and request
ed to refrain therefrom, but to no purposo.
Accordingly, with n view to self protec
tion, tho citizens thus annoyed banded
themselves togothor as a kind of local pn
trol such as existed beforotho war in Ala
bama, in order to work on tho supersti
tion of tho negro, nnd with n view only to
scaring them, nnd by such moans endeavor
to subscrvo tho obj ct for which tho organ
ization was fortnod.
This may have been tho nrlmo reason
which led to tho belief by many that there
was a systematic organization, willt cho
sen officeH, called ku-klux. Hut from It's
own knowlcdgo ho testified that tho local
patrol una accomplisnou tuo objoct of pre
serving order nna, quiet in a short
timo after; but no military organization
was in oxistonco thoro called ku-klux.
$1,000,000 TO A RAILROAD.
A prlvnto telogram frcm Mobilo says
that city has granted ono niiilicn dollars
storling bonds in aid of n railway termi
nating at Holono, Arkansas.
THE PARTY OF EIGHT PREPA11IN0 AN AN
SWER TO COUNT DE C1I AM 1IOURD DENIAL
-THIERS' I.ETTFK TO TIIK POPE DE
CLARE!) A FORGERY.
Paris, July 12. Tho parly of
eight tr. tho tissombly, is preparing nn an
swer to tho proclamation of Count Do
An order for raising tho siogo of Paris
is oxr-jciou at onco.
(Jiimbetta appeared in tho nssembly
IIHU IUUK ins scat.
The minister of Marino in nn nddrcss be
lore tno assembly trnvo an cxnlicit rnnim
diction to tho roport that thousands woro
nrrostou in raris ns inccnd nrles. and nf.
tor tho occupation of thocapital by tho Vor-
sniiiiBis nrmy woro to oo transported t.
f'nvre, In a speech beforotho snmobodv
declared tho lettor recently published
irum iiioirs to tno popo to no a forgery,
Torre, u communist loader, hns been ar
rested. Payment of tho first Installment of tho
(lorman iclemnity was completed to-day,
",ul l,,n vcon of tho dopnrtments f
,,, Ficur(i Kuro nmi'sommo by
Ocnihiii forces havo iilroailv begun.
i ho llllicml .Ion nuil of to.ilnv nlun
stales positively that tho allegcil lettor is n
Coiitit Do Puligiiac is dead.
L.uuntta, ox-profoet of Cur. hns been
oxtradlctnd by Swilr.erland at tho request
. uiu r ruuei. govcrnmoiu.
II Y LIQHT
PillLADKLPHIA. July 12. A
Ivo flro occurred hero last night. J
Morris & Co.'a work", which cover
acres of ground wero totally destroyed
'Iho promises woro Insurod for $100,571
which will not cover tho tos by $150,000.
During tho storm tho l'rosbytorinn
church, cornor of Twelfth nnd Oxford
stroets was struck by lightning nnd com
K. O. WIIAUT0N AltltKSTKD ON A
CHAIIOK OP POIbONINO.
Haltimoiik, July 12. Mrs.
Wharton, widow ot tho Into 3taJor H.
Wharton, U- S. A., residing on tho Ham
ilton placo in this city, was arrested Mon
day night on warrant from tho criminal
court of this city, charging hor with pols
oulng Gun. Kotchum who arrived at hor
houso on tho 21th, nnd dlod on tho 28th.
Tho caso will go boforo tho grand jury on
Saturday. In tho moan timo Mrs. W. is
being kopt prisonor In hor houso.
CHUItCH 1IOWK UKl.NfiTATKD.
Oheykhnk. July 12. A telottram was
roceived lisro to-day from Attornoy. Gon.
ACKorman romstaiing cnurcb Howo ia
marshal of Wyoming.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
ALBANY N. Y July 12. Itfi li. Schuy-
lor, book-keeper for S. W. Campbell, a
clonk-mnkor has been detected In a defal
cation amounting to $12,000. Ho ndmlts
Tho news of tho riot In Now-York
caused n great sensation hero. Orders
Wero issued to closa thn nnonnl nml i.im-,1
it which was dono although thero was no
nppcarnnco oi uiuuruancos iioro.
POLITICAL IIAII.ROAD COMPANY INCORPO
I.iTTLK Rock. Ark.. Julv 12. In nddl
tton to tho largo number of prominent
uuiiiuvrauu (runueiim- ncrc, n great
many repuuticnns jinvo uccn Iioro during
the week watching tho proceedings of tho
uuuiucriiey. .nn nn usual micron is mani
fested, Iho result being considered tho first
movement looking toward tho campaign
of next year.
Tho Central railroad company was in
corporated to-dny by Col. Dorsoy, Judgo
Hanks and others. Cars nro to bo run
ning fiom Helena to White river by tho
15th of September.
Chicago. Julv 12.
F LOU R Dull : buyors and Follow anart:
spring suporllno quotable nt $1 1.75 : do
WHKAT Dull andcasior; No.2 closed
at i.ivi I, ensn or July ; -No. 1 sold at $1.21
1.2U1; No. 3 at $1.11; rejected Sl.01.
CORN Steady, with fair demand: No
2 closing nt 02 jc, cash or July; rtjoclod
Clc; yellow Mc.
OATS Quiet nnd n shndo easier; No. 2
closed ot45ijc; rejected sold nt 10llc,
according to locution.
RYE Quiet nnd easier; No. 2 sold at
JJAJcI.h 1 Dull nml lnu-nr onlna
PROVI.SIONS--Quiet and weak.
PORK SI l.G2jlJ.7u cash; S15 for
scllors of Sc))tombcr.
LARD Nominally lower 10J10J.
JIACON Houso sold, lo10.
CATTLE Recoils 1,301. lUnrkot dull
nnd weak, tending lower. Sulci, 009 head
nt ?2.70(.? I.'Jj for common to trood. Tox-
nn steers $3.G0(5.10. Common cows and
oxtrn butc'ior's steers. $5.20rn0.3G cood to
oxtrasmooth shiprint; becvos.
HOGS Rocoit" 0.332. Market ouiol.
Heavy wleght hogs easier. Hacon hogs
steady. Sales heavy, $3.05 1.25 good to
oxtru. Hacon loU 4.-15(JAi.SO.
St. Louis, July 12.
FLOUR Very quiet; extra, Sl.00 to
4.75; XX S5.-r.05.5O; XXX C.C0,
WHEAT dull heavy by Inspection;
No.-l, red fall $1.05; No. 3, 1.101.12J;
No. 2, S1.20; bysamplo, No. 3, 51.10 to
1.13; No.2, $1.18 to 1.20; No. 1,51.25.
CORN Dull, except white, which is
actlvo and firm; No. 1, mixed, 52c; bulk
mlxci.' 50Jo to 02c; vcllow, 01! : No. 3,
white, G(lc to COc, sacked.
UAib Now, dull nnd unsettled ; old,
unchnnged: now COc; old, Glc,
ilAltLEl Sacked Vc
cue ior cnoico inn.
RYE Stronger: G5o to G"c.
PORK Quiet; $10.50 to 10.70, bulk.
HACON Firm nnd quiet; clear rib 0c:
cloar sides, 01c.
LARO Quiet, unchangod.
OROCERIES Firm; coirco, 1GJ to 17c
Rio, Louisiana stignr, 10 to 12Jc.
Cincinnati, July 12.
COTTON Dull nnd lower ; middling,
201c to 201c.
FLOUR (iuict und unchanged; fam
y . .... - 1
ily ?u.ou to u.ia.
WAEATMull and unchanged, now
J, $1.20 to 1.2j.
CORN Dull and unchanged at 6Cc.
HA RLE Y Unchanged.
EGOS Dull, luwcrat 12c.
HUTTER Dullnnd unchanged; choice,
?V (II -I).
-Dull nnd unchanged nt 9Jo
ruv.v ar.cn i'ulr Uemnnd; lowor nt
Sr-WIO to 1.G0 : ntmlltv rroo.1 mni put iLriwit'a
T. a - 1 1 i i - .
earner imin usual.
If ' . " "
LARD Full nrlcos asked, but nn dn.
ninnd nt 101c.
IH'LIC .MEATS Dull and m.mimi f
asking rates, GJc, 7j to 8 fur shoulduH.
ii.i..u.-m uniy small jobbing domniid.
WHISKY Dull and tincliaiii'eJ : !llo
-N i:v-YoitK, July 12.
FLOUR Dull nnd declined. Suner-
lino Sr.,30. Coinmun to irood oxtrn $5.50
fJi5.U0. OckxI to choleo ?t,0."fn(1.35.
iiri.ii. ... .... -
u ii no western o.jayu.Bo.
WlllSlvl I'lrtu vil.l'.ij.
WHE.VT-Dull. declined. SnrliiL' No.
2,,$l. 1.01.13. Red nnd iimbor $1.10 1. 50.
CORN Wcetern mixed 71rt?72. Cood
to choice 72.
COFFKK Firm. RIo 1315il,
SUGAR Firm. Fair to good running
Livkiipooi., July 12.
COTTON Middllnir; unlaiids.Oi . Or-
leans, im ; sates i.iiuu.
II. A. II A N N O N,
Wholfrialo and Itelull
N E VS Ad ENT,
Shkkt Music, Pictuuk Fiiamks, Mould
No. 12G, Commercial
tir Bteamera auntdleil with ofHco atatlonerv.
&nUdatly papers atampod to order day aail night,
TOIIN It. OllKUI.Y L CO 'S Uook Blndarv. in
tl tho lliriMma Building, ia prepared to furatsh
all kind of blank booka to Ihf publla ami, do all
RIUU. ii. wmiaiiifA
Ji'lWST JNATlUiVAL BANK
IIOIII'.KT W. MILI.KR, Vlccrrcohlont;
C. N. HUdllES, Cashier.
lt,.J5,9l.,ANf5K' ,coini Unk not"" "nil Unlte.I
O Hlali- nrcurlllcs lKitiht and oM.
Inlorost Allnwnl on Time DcMMll)i.
riinrlrrnl Mnrcli 31, 1869.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO,
A. B. HAFFORD. Praiilont;
H. H. TAYI.OIt, Vlce-Preiiilcnt;
W, IIYrtLOl', Hecrotary ami Treasurer.
P. V. Ilnrnv,
l' u LO. Ban ii,
W. P. IlmiDir,
K. M. Hr'Kri.r.Tii.
It. M. Ccvmnuiuw,
J. M. PlIILLIM.
Dcpo-I In or nny Amount Uttlrnl from
Ten OiitN I'pwnrttit.
INTKKR4T paid on .lcpolts at tho rat ot six
percent. pr annum, March Island tviitcm
lvr Int. Interest not withdrawn ii added Imiiic
.1 lately to thn principal of tho deposits, thereby
Kivii.K I hem compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO THAT XO ONI tUt CAN CaAVt IT.
Onen everr hUnlneia dav from 0 a.m. tn a n.m
and Saturday cventna lor HAVING DEPOdlTa
only, from 6 to 8 o'cloo
,W. HTSLOP, Treasurer.
rPTTT? nTrrv at a rnTrvAT a t
A. AAA Ull A A1VJ.AVJ.1XJ
W. P. HAL1.1PAY, President;
A. II. HAKKOUD, Cashier;
WALTER 1IY3LOP, Assistant Cashier,
Htaat Tatlob, kokbt n. CrxmxauAtr.
HC.ITT WltlTC, W. P. IlAtLIDAT,
(Ico. I). Whluiiio(, HTtriitN lltau,
A. U. SirrunD.
Kxchnngc, Coin nuU I'tiltctt HUtca
Boiitl nought nnd tsoltl.
DEPOSITS received, and a general Ijankina;
OllDINANCE NO. 114.
An Urdlnance authorltins star of execution In
Ho I t ordatnod by tho City Council of the city of
Hr.CTION 1. That It ahall Im Ihn ilntv nfihn nllnn
MaRlatrutea of the city of Cairo whenever tho
City Attorney of 'mill city may eo direct to allow
a stay of execution for anytime not exceeding
t ordinance of said city, ami the City Attorney I
direct such May whenever ho may thlnlt tho In
tarentof thoci.y reiviitea audi atay of execution.
Provided, any person In whoso favor atay of eie-
tuuuu in mm wiiu nunii mi rounu wunm mo limit
of tho city of Cairo after the timo of auch atav ol
execution han elapsed shall ba dealt with as If no
such atay of execution had been grantod.
Approved June-id, 1871.
AtU-nt, JOll.NM.MNSDEN, Mayor.
M.J. Howtr.v, City Cleric. Vnd'lii
OltDINANOK NO. 116.
An ordinance to amend ordlnanco No. 9.
Ho in ordained by Iho City Council of Iho city of
UrcTioN 1. That ordinance No.), approved Anrl
pth, 1M7, bo and tho aamn is hereby amended
by nddlrijr snr tho word), "or any newer, trough,
ur uiiii'r iriinfr uaou tor tno uralaae ot alopsor
water," In Iho eleventh and twelfth line from
tho top of aectlon 1 of aald ardlnnnci), Iho wordii,
"or any soap factory, anyplace, buildina; ores
labllstiuieut used forthealeaminiror renderlnir
a'Ot laril. tallOW. filt. nllnl nr ilenit inlmit. n, -nu
"ostaliliahmeiit used for tho tcamim; or rend er
"IriK of nny other aubstaucea, which in belnjj ao
"rendered ulintl came the buaineaa thereof tn U
ciieuaivo io uie puinia or any pottlon tticrtof or
injurious to thu publla health.
Af proven Jiuio-.-ii, isii.
JOHN M. I.ANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest, M.. I, Howlky, City Clerk. Jc3odlUt
OUNINANCE NO. 117.
An Ordlnanco to regulate the dullei of Ike Chief
of Polico and Police Constables.
Holt ordained by the City Council of tho City of
StcvioNl. That tho Chief of Police ahall acta
dar policeman, and sha'i have Kencral charge ot
tho Police lorce of tne city, (excepting- tho City
Marshal,) and, undr the general direction of Iho
Mayor, rdiall siiprlntend and control tho onera
tlonnol the neteriil polico comtahlea while on
duty. Iho oilier pelico consUNog now author
ised hy ordiiunco shall do duly as night watch
men- , ....
tire. 2. All ordinance.) or parta of ordinances
iuciiiitlici herewith uro hereby repealed:
JOHN M.tAlNSDEN, Mayor.
Approved, Juno Hh, IWl,
Alie.t t l. J. l!o lit, Cit) Cl'k.
HOUSE MOVKll AND BUXLDElt
la prepared to do all kind of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
repairing) or xYatHY siwokimox
on' tiii atoat atAsoaam nana.
OUDERfl left at tho raaldeBce ot Mr. Keaaedy.
on Center atrtot, uaxl door to th bow acltsol
bona, or addreaaad to the cart of P. O. Bos tM
or a nuuouB osace, sin itceiva fmf i
OOKB, ptunphlau, brlata, eilajosnm. new a
I Batter. (AX; llat. aad inn tuUIa of aaaaat.
alvo printing iiontractod ftwvavaut ttMaayt
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