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A Lb of my preparation! are marilorioua. A'
J. ri(xl or twenty ycara hai proicil ttUi to bo
thr vaao. .,
Hna remarkt mlc by Ilcniatnla Travrrae, f . 11.
C, H. Hnoaklnic or trione UUcaset, and Uiaoaiea
rinlnc from thn oxcoia or mercury, lit atatti
thai no remedy ta euat to tlio Extract of Harna-
iarui. uq I'uwt'ria iixiuuruiLurr more no man
any other UrUK I Mn acqnalnled with. It li. In
In the atricteat ena, ft tonic, with thla inv aluablo
attribute that It la ilnpllcablo to tloor the
vyiUmi o eunkcn. nnil yi't no Irntublo, i ren.
(ten other aubatancva pf tlio tonic elaaa unataiU
Kblcor Iniurloui. I
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MEM OF AMERICA I
Wm. It. Warnor A Co.,j
is NorthThlrJ etrcct, I'tillndtlptiUl r.. .
Eatettnetl Friciiil ( cpnxMtulate you on
haling tho bilorriet adJ nt tb autne time the
Wet Eltrctive Pill that I have ever known for tho
tiurpoaea intended. Wit. It. WAUNKIl A CO; i
U.T, HelmboJdwUlrr'fnark.mcondmion, thai
tila rjtinftftlaa are the reult nf lnmf nn.l
tady. The Fluid Exlrncta haro tieen befoto the
iuCIIC iweniy Trari.,,, nB aaie .or them In that
Inie prorea their 'valuo, All have been benefit.
UJ by them who followed . in
uiiuwu .inj . qiructien, and
I iracfluallia lid Uie exKnior
their sale,' and unnirpamed by any medicament
In the Dispensatory or trio united utalea, not
excepting singlo Herb, llpot. Plant, orHcien
itlAcfreparatton,' i . I I ' L
Plitrmaceutical I Malm all mine to lie, and hare,
sever patented n alusle one. I
To diiipel any Improstlon or prejudice) that
night exist In the mlnda ol many BKalimt my
preiratloni, from tho publicity given throiigti
advertising, jnd that I uut,nnd have been a dru.
lat rorlrwaor twenty yonrH, and more, con
slurirely to preve thla aoo letter from the lK0t
Bjaiiufatturinisclicnil.tH in the worlds T
., .- Aoveinber4,IM,
I run aoqlialnld with fMr. H. T. llelmtHjl.he
aecusied the drug ttoreoppoaite mrtideace,
and was aucccmful in cooductlDK tho lminr
where others bad not beeniqually aoberorohiin,
1 have been favorably impromod with hli cliarnc.
Jar andenterpriso. ' WILLIAM WK1HTMAN.
Vint of l'owara ,4 WiKhltnan, mnnufncturini;
Chemists', Ninth and Ilrown strectu, Philadel-
r lUBTiXDONTUElUUCSlTa. m
Tl o PiUT have thought or'otlerlng to tho affile
led tor ten years, .
Tlioy are now perfect, and I shall stake my
ttm. mniu andi fame on their ctfoctiveneii.
The inviting style in which tho pill ttseiris mndo,
the bottle, latiel, wrapper nil show with, what
cars they have been propared. After exnmlna.
.inn. no F.niliih or French preparation will ehow
neater care, and 1 nm really proud of them,
Inttead r the nauseouadookinx, careleauly
prepared Pills vended generally, and put up in
wooden boxes, and made generally, or otrfred
tij thoio hav.ng r.o experience an piiyeiciana.
drtiialtU or manuloeturors or medicines, teat
SRodjcJoe oljsred by yoticQbedlcnt orvant,
' . H. T. HELMWOIB.
CrnUl Palace Drugstore, No. tot llroadway,
rslsce Pharmacy, Ulltey uouae, uruaunay, uui
twenty.nlnth street, New York,
emple cf Pharmscy. Cont nental
deiphiai andKo. 104 South Tent
Ten tk street, M
KU BY BUUQ0J8TS KVIRTWHKWt.
MrjaorlMt faptfUlly fdr hn Cairo
HullirllM. Tru houra Ih tulvnnec ofNt.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
DETAILS 09 TIIK MA8SA(AlK.
ONK HUNDRED KILLED, .
KELSO, TO THE IRONT.
HOFFMANr PRAI8ED' AND DE
HIS LIFE THREATENED.
SEARCHING FOR THE DEAD.
ALL QUIET AT LAST.
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.
LATE RIVER NEWS.
THE LATEST MARKETS,
New-York, July 13 7 a.m. Every
thing ii quiet tb.li morning.
Tho troops blvouaccd all night, and aro
ttill under arms tomcat, thofr armories
and others in tho itrooli.
Mounted polico still patrol tbo ttroets.
Ho disturbances ar pprndod to-day,
Tho city lost night presented iquito a
to tho usual appoarance, and stillness was
vislblo everywhere. Tbo streets, to a
great extent, wero desorlcd, and tho tow
that vroro to bo found cnjo'ng .their
looked as if ovcry ono had gono out of
town, all business houfci, which 'gaaraUy
remain open to ten o'clock, having boon
closod at an carlv hour, btaget on tho
road wero fow ana thoao wcro comparitivo
THE doweui I
did not present u much mo:o"lIvoly ap
poaranco than 11 road way.
In the vicinity of tho theatres a (ow
knots of pooplo were observed, but, with
this oictpUon, the sparso numbers on tho
.stycots Wss remarkable. The Third av
enue cart at ten o'clock at night wero not
riiioro than half filled.
This ttato of affairs may bo taken as ap
plying generally to tho wholo city.
.Gravo apprehensions existed of furthor
riots taking place daring thenight, and
all respectable and peaceably disposod citi
zens remained at home. 1
Tho stroots lri tho vicinity of the pt
lico headquarters on Mulbory strdct, how
over, wore exceptions t ut strcots in
tbo city. VTuutS of twos and throes wero
to be seen hero and there discussing tho
news as it'arrivod from timo to tlmo from
various districts, and Mulbory, itsolf, wr
a complete scene of buttlo and oxcltcmont.
r , . T J . 1. , . .1. -. ,
iiuuurtxil oi police wuupiou iuu uiock iui-
Jacopt totho central office preventing
ingress 10 an oxcopi tuuao Having a rigui
toentor.. , ,
A visit was paid to tho tr -
NISTH RKOIMKKT ABU0RYI
about 10-.80 o'clock last evening. Thercg
liacht wm iupperlngsnd lnro4jnc:s to
IUU I U H ta IUUUIV4I! llRluiutji
At 11:10 o'doct,
TWO SUOTS 1
wero fired m nulek succession from tbo
rear of tho boutos on tho south tide, west'
of Twenty-seventh ttreot, tho balls pass
ing through an open window and ihto tho
armorv lodalne. in tho cellii
lllng, Both of
ixlmijjj to tho
, Csct. llacon,
thorn passed la close proximij
heudi nf TJeuL Col. Bran. Cai
nrlvato Knowlos and the reporter.
Two shots bad been fired provlous to
those shots and had routed tho boyt who
wantod to pour a volley into tho room, but
Col. Brain succoedod In dltsttading thorn,
Tho roportor lolt at 11.30 lO'olockJ Tbo
reirtmont were swoarlnc that if tlio'flrinir
was ropoatod -ttcy-would clcsntut tho
In tne,oariy!,part W tho ovcnlng thoro
I"' ' A LAOK ctoWD.1 ' " 1 ,
ttrotvhed from Twonty-fourth to Twonty-
Elghth strMts,i una onjtho cast tido of
outpoutet which had boon.truok hi bul
lots, and whero lh,oro wcro othoroT ovi
donees of tno'dAv'ssancuinarv conflict.
x?tiaiu avurmut kb&iiik v ihii.buuiu
in tbo allov-wav leaaine to mo running
establishment at the southoast corner of
Kiguth avenue and' Twontv-flfth
n sovernl placet.
In ai rei wi.,'MsMe,od with
buldlng was l" ,
and blood tvatUMd'oa aolakdi ' anil
other wood UtM sfe4 In'tho aroa-wA.
Tl.nTTtol. Iia.... .4 .1.. !i '
w mu uvuev .. tiiu aurmoui vomer
of.Klghth avoaoo and Twenty-fifth street,
Ha uiiiunif mu uunuings which uear con
iplcous ovldenco of having boon chipnod
by mukv0t balls. "
un -iwcuty-iixth ttroot thoro was
III.OOD . ,
tpsttcrod over tht l,ascmont floor,
AtNo.2C0,was - I r ,
A BlCKKNlnu HIOHT.
In tho gutter at tho north-east corner of
Eichteonth and Kxchansw streets wero
pools of blood and a pioce of eoino part of
vtto noau oi noun' uiiu wuu uau uoon mor
tally wounded. A Urge 'crowd nigsred
looking st this until It was quite dark.
'BLOODY MASjIACMC - I
Soon after, tit) flghllBg,iJogan the newt
of tbo bloody muiacro Haw llko wlldflro
'allovor tbd'cltjr. . "
Every, boat that hod sont 'forth, a rep
resentative defender ot peico was rockod
wlth'igltation:1 t , '
Xluongt ot distracted women hurried to
tho police KtUyna and hoiplttih .eager to
know the amcs of tho killed and wound,
Whca recognltlont took j place tbo III
bernisn sympathy and grief was heart
rending to witness. Jt is simply Impoiil
ble to givo any full and cornet idea. of tho
At tho sixteenth, precinct station, in
West TwentietH" street, was
A GHASTLY HrKCTACLE.
A largo crowd filled tho ttreot In front of
the cxitrnnco. Tho already oxhsutt-"
od polico, ttrcamlng with perspiration
and weak with thirst and hunger, could
scarcely mako.thoir way for tho arrival of.
improvised ambulances which woro: qlj
every ttyle, and bad boeri presscd'ln,for
this dreadful duty. Baker, grocors? owi
nlbtstsoa and 'market wsgois woro uied.
add tame lit' rapid tuccctklon freighted
with dead or wounded victims.
naturally reigned ovorywhereaniVthe sad
task of bearing the hclplnt into tbo ttntlon.
if hurridly was tenderly perfdmcd.
Many of the deed nro yet unidentified,
and tho names of .tho wounded, in tomo
cstei, were given almost inarticulately and
of con no incorrectly.
The cells in. tbo basement wcro crowded
Intervening corridors wero tilled with
dead who lay in all torts of riotltlont upon
tho, cold, hard flag lionet. Tho
most roll able estimate, gives tho
number of rioters killed during tho day,
in tbo vicinity of ono hundred.
t.Uves ono hundred and" fifty sovofely
wounded aro in tho hospital,
, Wjhcn it It taken into consideration
that thnto helplessly wounded and conse
quently taken to tho hoipltnlt aro there,
thote slightly wounded slipping away and
hiding thomielvcs lost it should becemo
known that, they bad taken part in tho
riot, tomo approximate idea of tho number
of wounded may bo had. Certainly threo
uundrod it not too high tin crtimntu.
Of courte, many weri killed and wound
ed who woro mcrolv spectators and Inno
cent of having nnlmiid In tho disturb
ances. In the narrow, open tpocc, between vt
Morguo and Twenty-tlxth street,
in East river, and just imido tho
lowor UellovuQ. hotpltal gato, on Twcn-
ty-tixtu street, thoro wero iweniy-scvcn
coffins, tide by side, at twelvo o'clock Inst
night, and each coffin contained a victim
of the riot.
Another coffin, with a corpso In It, was
on tbo floor inside of tho morgue, and two
more bodies, yet uncoffinod, woro lying on
Tho morguo wat purposely kept dnrk,
became, at even that lato hour, thcro was
a. largo crowd oatslde of tho hospital wall
eagerly demanding admittance to search
for their missing friends and relative!.
Ko ono wat admitted.
Early thit morning tho lower guto of
Bellevuo hospital, on Twenty-sixth street,
will bo opened to permit tbo. public gen
erally, to view the corpses.
Tho number of wounded in Bellevuo
hotpltal at midnight, was 31, most of tho
wounds being severe. Thcro aro, 30 wound
ed at Mount Senal-hospltal. All the hospi
tals contain a number of wounded.
AFTER THE RIOT
in Twenty-eighth, street and the dismissal
of tho proccrsion, comparitivo quiet
buporintendent Kelso said all was over
Tor tho present, but yet ii was noi uecmca
prudent to dispense with a tlhglo t;fo-
Suard ; and not a man was relieved from
The polico certainly behavpd nobly
throughout tho, day.
BCrERRtTXSDEXT KEUtb. ,
oarned tho tbankt of all good clllieent by
his over-faithful, intelligent dUihorgo of
his duty. Ho was ever alert, clear-headed,
greeting tbo lllbbonmon at murdering
wretches, going hlmielf to tho front of tho
In l'rinco street, ho fully redeemed him
telr long beforo tho trn..u u ny
woro uer, ana no chler was over moro
nbly and zealously served than ho.
Tho polico hcadquartors nt 2 o'clock this
a.m. looked llko an extensive bivouac. In
tbo superintendent's offico lay tho chief
fiSICOp; in mo outer omcu were sararui
captains aslseporithQ.flobr.; intho.inspoc
' tor's offico, wero tho inspector Dilks and
a. number, of .national guards; officers' in
various attitudes wcro roundly elccpint;
yesterday mndo tlio following statement to
I bocsmo thorough'y atlstlod that, it
was necessary not only tor tho procnt but
for tho futuro, that, whatovor lawless men
thoro wasn tho pity of N.ow-York, thoy
;cpu1d m oindd to undcrsland nt onco find
finally that thcro wi t forco enough In tho
city, military and civil, to assert tho
power of tho authorities of tho law, and
prcscrvo pcaco and order and to protect
tho lives and property of pooplo. I de
termined thorotoforo to issuo a proclama
tion at onco, that processions or atsombl
egos for any lawful purpose should bo pcr-
mittcu nnu woutu no proiuciou u mu
extent of tho law, as far as tho civil and
military ipower nt imyi command would
permit. Thcro is no safety for tho citizen,
whether ho ho rich or poor, foreigner na-tlvo-born.
nrolestant or catholic, or for
bit wife and children, except in tho.raalti
tainanco of order under tho authority of
tho law at all limes, ana peopio, whatever
may bolUelr symp&thics, will bo suro to
too that it was to tholr.common interest to
sustain tho authorities In preserving order
at all hazards. This Is not a question of
to-day's precession, but Is a question which'
applies 10 nil ruiuru gaiuur-
Ings of men who choso to
assomblo for any purpose, porsooal, re
ligious or political, who throatcn to Inter
fere with the rights of persons, or, ptoocr-
ly, ol otnors who nayo rigui.iu uu to.
4poy ttrt Kpt l Ifctorforod.wUli, and, un-
uer an circuinsiuurua ku umuim,,
thoy mutt and tlmll bo protected by tbo
civil and military authorities. In the as
tortion and txtaintainanco of thoir princV
Eles. raon of all partlot and of all croods,
avo an equal i n tores t. Tho attompt to
mako the itsuo to-day ono of rollglnn ant)
politics it wtpkoid,,mschlqyflus and ma.
Iletouii'k'nd every good cltlzon, whatoror
may bo his crcod or hit politics, Is bound
to tuttain the authorltlot In their deioi
minatlon to prctorvo order ar.d vlndlSab
the law. v
locked ur. .
Tho majority of tho Sixty-ninth !
mont woro locked up In thoir armry ttl'
day. A tmall detachment that w4 san'
outbohavod very badly and aflili'tfa w'ttl
the riotors. At toon us this h hocomo
known, the doort of tho Br'01"? wre
locked and barred. , ,
, I r ' Idiun't'wkoV.. . ,
A. majority of tho crov ""woa
the proccttlcn ovldor'J' "
how manv had 1)0,1 kl'lod an'
&Ty'l Tr'ty-forth itroot
of, u it. .uiKf4i t,ioy. WOulli
bavo ttopped the" fttonWon rtitt.ore.
As facts weroloPOd.
' aii it d w a vtnu
fQ3 a.aSV S. SW1
soemcdtOBoUoVory ono present
GAIRO;; ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY
newt rang through tbo city In ndvsnco of
tho march of tbo military, for tho pooplo,
by this tlmo, seemed to forget tho Orange
men who wcro squeezed into a small com
pais, and talkod about a fight bet ween tho
mob nnd military.
Woro to completely protcted by tho pro
clamation of Oav. lloffann nnd tho fenr
lcsncss of the olvil and military nuthorltiot
on duty and executing tho govoror't will,
that not n man of thorn was Injured.
NkwtYouk July 13. Two companies
of tho (JQtli wero tent loit night tognurd
tho posloillcc, ono to tho custom liousef and
fno ttlio sub-trcatury.
ThVt'rcasury alto had Its utual guards
During tho day
HANKERS AMD BROKERS
wero supplied by tho telegraph wlro run-:
ning to Brooklyn street with tbo earliest
newt and Information.
at 2:30 o'clock
ino3t of tho bankors commenced
to donoslto tin boxes contninin their se
curities In stock oxchangonndjbnnk valu
All builncst on tho street vm suspended
and nt close of business thoro was scarcely
enough in tbo board to cttublish quotations.
Tho movomont for' securing valuables
was made immediately after tho report
Was heard thai mob was moving down
town un tho polico hcadquartors.
EXAMI.TATIQX Of RIOTERS.
New-York. July 13. An immense
Crowd assembled at Jolforson' market this
morning to attend tho trial of prisoners ar
rested yesterday at riotcri. Justice Shai.d
leV presided and disposed uf tho folllowini:
cases:' I'utrick llogun Cniiilttud for
trial. John Ilondricks, Thomns O'Neill
and 1'rnncls Kcct, commlttetd for partlc
patlng In tho riot.
A largo number of persons will bo nr
ralngcdthis p.m., on tho ckargo, of being
concerned In tho riot.
VIEWINQ THE DEAD.
New-York, July 13. At tho morgue,
this morning, tho coroner allowed tho peo
ple to pais around tho bodies of tiioso
IcIIIod In the riot yesterday, to too if thoy
ould identify any of tho dead.
About Tulo peopio must hnvo passed
around before 1U o cio.v., wi as oll0 Sncc.
tator ditcovorcd amontr tho dcid ono Oc
I to thorn a loving parent, or husband, or
tun BiiriL-Ki rum iuu air anu picrceu ino
hearts of tho other lookori-pn, who wcro
moro fortunalo in having rib ono among
that long row of upturned faces whoso loss
thoy should mourn.
Occasionally, a poor, sorrow-stricken wifo
would.throw herself on tho coffin In which
wcro tho remains of her dead husband and
cry and moan as it hor hoart would break.
Tho mothor of a boy of soventcen, who
was shot as ho was returning from school,
camo to sco his dead body, having Icarnod
from friends that ho was at tho morgue. It
was, however, coffined nnd tho lid nailed
down, ready for removal. Tho officials
told her kindly that tho would have to
wait till it was brought homo. At
that sho broko out Into a wild complaint,
and, in accents broken by emotion, cried
out: "Oh I won't you let mo sco my boy
who never did any harm to nnybody. IX
let mo sco him; let mo sco him; doctor,
Ocar, givo mo ono look. What hull I do
at all, at all? I was 24 years in England
and this did not happen." Sho thus went
on in a sort of crazed manner, evidently
almost driven from her senses by tho blow
which deprived her or her son.
Mnnv nhcp hnnrt.rontMnr fnnii1nta.,vO
..j 0 .... .
' Four died at the hospital this! morning.
Tho city has been quiet this morning,
and tho polico apprehend no further dis
turbance. Tho riot yestcrdoy Is tho
chief toi-ic or. conversation,
and tho conduct of tho polico and military
Is highly praised by all respectable pooplo.
Vhilo tho killing of somo innocent peonla.
by tho Amur." s..wps ts particularly
vgrcitcd, no blamo is attached to the lat
ter on account of tho occurrence. From tho
natura of tho caso It wr', perhaps, un
avoidable. COMMENCEMENT OF THE DI.AU0.UTE11.
Tho 81th regiment had orders to llro be
foro a ploeo was d'seharged. Ono who
saw tho wholo affair stated, that Captain
Douglas was knockod down with a brick.
wnon no rccovereu no was nutnniiy
heard to givo tho order to lho which re
sulted in sucli tcrriblo slaughter.
Tho men had been hit nnd stoned along
tho routo withont onco retaliating till tho
command was given. Thon, and only
then, our informant affirms, did tho troops
Immediately after, tho Cth rcglnont
also received similar directions, ana tho
fusilado bcpr,in' Our informant positively
assorted, tint this statcmonl watt correct
in over particular, nnd wholly cxhonor
atcs tlo men from tho charge of opening
llro ori their own account.
hoi kman's likk THREATENED.
Tho action of Gov. Hoffman In Issuine
hi proclamation continues to bo bitterly do
apuncod among tho riotors. Bouio assert
inat no win novor itvo to tw itnqihur
Orangemen t procession.
NO POLICEMEN KILLED.
No policemen woro killed. Tlio report
that ono wm abot' dead is innnrrect. Somo
woro wounded and brought to tho hospital
and aro now being nttcndod by tho sur
geons of tio loreo. .AH aro In it lair way
of recovery. 4
EXCITEMENT AND FALSE 11UM6RS.
Tho city has boon In a stato of great ox
citomont all day,' hnd rumors ot, furthor
rioting havo boon plentiful, The rumors,
nowevor, proved to bo luiso.
'LOAFERS IN sqUADS.
Smalls gangt of men havo boon congre
gated, on tnotrcots an uay, apparoniiy
without any dofinlto purpose.
Around tho liquor stores on the Kast
sldo.gangs of men congregated this morn
ing as coon ns tho. doors wero oponod.
TJtoy loudly pohdomned tho action of tho
trpops In firing on tho mob. and oxpresscd
groat sympathy for their killed and wound
Several doatlia have bcon addod to thoso
already roportod. h Three mon dlcdto-dsy
in tho-Mt. Wnal hospital and anothdr in
An prangoinan who livod on Twenty
ninth ttroot, near Eighth avonuo, Is1 also
It wot oxpoctcd that sovornl sull'orors In
tho Bollvuo ( hospital would dlo beforo
night. About 20 per cont of the woundod
..A DIAH0L10AL MURDKlt.
, Tho following It a correct account of tho
killing of a woman nnd a little girl, sup
posod to hnvo bcon Mrs. York and hor
daughter, at gjvon by on oyc-wltnost;
"WlK.ro I wat standing, looking at tho
procession nnd crowd, tluro was a groat
deal of uxsllomont. Directly I taw a wo
man waving hor handkerchief to tho
Orangdmon, and I thought tho was yory
Imprudent or had more' courago than wo
men oenorally1 hayo. Just atthatmoment,i
whllo sho was fx tho act .61" waging her
bandkorcnlef again, n bufly rufflan step
ped up to her, and, placing tho muzsto ot
his pistol to her ear, fired and sho foil dead.
11$ thon turned around and, deliberately
cocking hit pistol, flrod a bullet Into tho
little girl. Sho fell. 1 think tho llttlo
girl must' have been twelvo or thirteen
yoars of ugo."
coroner's' . iury
A Jnry WMompannolod nnd viewed all
tho bodies but no Inquest will bo held till
tho end of tho weok or beginning of next.
FLAG AT HALF-MAST.
Mew-York, July 13. Tho ilsg on the
grand opera houto flics at half-mast In res
pect to tho memory or tho members of tho
'Jth rcglmont who wero killed In lho riot.
Tho bodies of two unrccogiilzod soldiers
remained nt tho morguo this evening.
MuitDEit uy a nor.
A Notvnrklad, while riding on top of.nn
omnibus yesterday, disploycd and orango
hnndkorchlof.' A shot from n pistol. struck
him. Ho fell from tho stago deed.
New-York', Jujy 13. Tho Atlantic, of
Urooklyn, and Haymakers, of Troy, played
a gamo of bnto ball at tho captalino
grounds yesterday. Tho Trojans won n'
scoro of 10 to 4.
THF. COLORED qUKoTIUN CONVENTION
FOR ECXIIANOK OF l'OSTAL ORDERS WITH
Wamiinoton, July 13. Somctlmo ngo
tho polico court unod a restaurant keeper
$o0 and costs for refuting to tell refresh
ments to a person on account of hit color.
An appeal wat taken to n higher court,
which nits dismissed tho appeal and af
firmed tho Judgmonl of tho court below,
tuus deciding mat no distinction can bo
mado on account of color.
The postmaster general to-dav received
from the office, at London, formal articles
of tho convention negotiated by Doctor
McDonald, of tho postoffico department,
for tho exchange of postal money or
ders betweon tho United States and Great
Britain. Tho convention has boon duly
oxecuted by tho united kingdom, and now
awaits execution by tho postmaster gene
ral, with tho advico and consent of tho
Tho interchango of postal money orders
is to commenco on tho first of Octobor.
Tho limit of einglo monoy ordors is to bo
fifty dollars or ton pounds sterling. Other
details will bo officially given to tho public
in duo time.
Washington, July 13. Tlio baromotor
1ms rlson slightly at tho Pacific and Kocky
mountain stations: partially cloudy
weather with local winds, tho prcssuro of
tcmperaturo has generally increased cast
of tho Bocy mountain?, with a tendency to
diminish on tho lower lakes this afternoon ;
lho lowest pressure, which was "Wednes
day afternoon, In tho north-west Is now
control over Lnko Huron; tomperaturo has
fallen north nnd west of Wisconsin and
has fallen in tho mlddlo states and tbo
Atlnntlcjcoust , north-westorly winds havo
generally prevailed during tho day, but
easterly winds havo set in this afternoon
on mlddlo and cast Atlantic coasts ; rain
fell last nic-ht in south Carolina and Ten
nessco, and cloudy or threatening weather
lis bow reported irom -Ulchlijan south
.wAdj partially cloudy weather has else-
wtioro very generally provatiou.
It is probablo that partially cloudy
nd,clor,woalher will vory generally pro
vnil on Friday oast of tho Mississippi riv
er;, no serious uisiuruanco is apprehended
for tho lakos, Atlantic and gulf coasts.
TUP. RADICALS l'ltEFARINQ FOR THE CAN
VASSLIST OF f l'KAKERS.
Coi.umiius. O., July 12. Tho republi
can", In Ohio, open their canvass on tho
ovoning of August 2 1th.
Eleven meetings will bo hold in differ
ent parts of lho stato.
Gen. Noyc3 and James Monrco will
speak In Columbus.
' ST. LOUIS.
NEVl.RE STORM ONE MAN KILLED AND
.Sr. Louih, July 13. A sovoro wind
storm passed over part of tho city about 11
o'clock toil ay, blowing oil shuttor, signs,
BKyiiKiiw, prostrating troos, etc. A por-
nun ui oiouunru a siauics, corner xwontv
oigiu street ami unuiKiin nventio, was
blown down, and Charles Gitty was killed
i i. .... . . - . .
mm ins orotnor lYiiiiani uangorotisiy in
HAITIST CONVENTION A FROl'OSED UNI
Louisville. ICy.. Julv 13. A rnnrnn-
lion of tho baptists of Ketuacky is In session" I
in mis city to-ony. ino convention de
cided to raise tliroo hundred thousand dol.
lars to locate n southern bastlst university
in eoino lavoninio part ot iventtiCKy, pro
vided tlio baptists in other stntos would
raise two hundred thousand dollars more.
J-ltKMIUMS FOR COTTON THE 1IEST DALE
IN THE COUNTRY.
Cincinnati, July 13, Tho mnnngors of
mu imiunirm e.ipoiinuii uavo determined
on special nromium for tho host' row of
cotton trotn tno states or Alabama, Goorgia,
Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, Tonncsica
and :Mississippl, ench statq competing
...... iwvu iii uuuittuii tu tno cranu pro-
ntlii... 1... . i. . . ..
I uuuruu uy vuo exposition lor the
uusi ouiu iii vuo wnoio country,
itiu cnambor orcommorco havo already
rulsod two thousand dollars as a cash pre
mium to exhibitors from tho respective
iur una apueiiiiity.
HASONIC OIIANU I.onnn IV himiiis.
Ottawa, July 13. Tho mnsonlo grnnd
kmjju ui uunaun is in session noro. xno
grnnu mastor, Stovons, dolivorod tho in
mini address. A discussion Is going on
wivh roicronco to ncKnowicUgiiig tho tine
boo grnnd lodgq.
EDITOItS ON AN EATINu T0UI1.
MoNTitEAL. Julv 13 Tho Now-Enrr-
hind press association roceived tho hospi-
iniiuos irom the mayor on tno part or tlio
cornorntlon, Tlio ilre brlgndo pnrnlcd In
thoirhonor. Cxivoyuncot woro provided
to points of intorcst ut tho eastern part of
NEVW 6v THE NEW-YOltK RIOT (JHEAT. EX
SQuihcy, July 12. The Catholio element
In Qulncy U very larco. Tho oxoltemnnt
on tho recolut of.the New York news was
Intonto., Thoro woro ml dtsmonttratlonB of
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION THE IIIHLE
IN THH PCltOOL.
WtNcnisTER, July 13. In tho oduca
tlonal Jconvontlon this morning, "Walter
Alcott was elected president of tho nswei
ntton for tho ontuing year. Hon. John
Minor, of tho Virginia university, deliv
ered an address on tho subject of having
Biblo oxorcisos in schools, taking very
ttrong groundt in favor of Biblo exor
cises. SAN FRANCISCO.
THECROWINO HENS ON TH5 TACrriCCOAST.
Han Frvncikco, July 13. Mn. Stanton
spoke onco to a largo house, producing n
favorable impression. Miss Anthony
tpoko Inst evening on tho power of tho
ballot. Tho pros? gonernlly speak of hor
ns n failure. Her remarks on tho Fair
enso wero reeoived with a storm of hisses,
inducing her to chango tho subject.
Cincinnati, July 13. Biver 0 foot and
3 inches fallon 7 Inches.
Only rogular packets arrived andjdc
Showery this afternoon.
MemfhiI", July 13. Cloudy; morcury 88.
Arrived Fort Gibson, Arknntas. De
parted .Julia and City Chestor, St. Louis.
Louisville, July 13. Itivcr risen 3
Arrived Arcosv nnd barco. Now Or
leans. Departed Argosy and barges,
St. Louis, July 13. ltlvcr fallen 10
Inches, 5 foot 7 Inches In the channol.
"Weather thowory; thermomotcr 83.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
FLOUB Dull, lower for now: low
supor. winter $3.00 ; oxtra 31.G0 ; XX $5
"H'ifKAT Firm nnd sfotr; No. 'J rod
COHK Yollow higher, otltor grades un
changed ; mixed In bulk on track 50to5'J ;
whltoCGtooT; mixed, oncked Clto02-
OATS Dull nnd unsettled nt I852
for now and old on tr: :k respectively.
BYE Dull and drooping nt ClrtjCC.
POUIC Quiet nt $15.75 on ordors.
BACON Steady; fair o-dcr trado:
low jobbing 10tol0 for retlnt 1; sidos 8J
to'J, seller September: clt-tr sedos sold for
H on spot.
CHEESE Unchm 3c
CutCAOO, July 13.
FLOUH-Dull; no demand.
WHEAT Heavy and lower at 1.18J
1.18J cash or July ; SI. 13 sollor July
COUN Stoadv at C2Jc cash or July.
OATS S toady at 401c cosh: SOlmSCl
BYE Dull and lower nt 61c cosh.
BABLEY Dull nnd lower; talcs for
August, 77 Jc.
l'O It 1C Easier atS13.25 toller year.
BUTTElt Quiet, choice, 17 to 18c.
EOGS-13 to 13Jc.
New Orleans, July 13.
FLOUB Nono In market.
HAY Nono on landing." Sales from
warohouso of prlmo at J2'J ; choleo S32.
FOBK Firmor; mess SlC.'-'CflCOO.
BACON Firmor; tales at 7Jc; others un
changed. Xow Vori.eit u.chnngo .00J.
Cincinnati, July 13, 1871.
WHEAT Shado lilirhor: now Nn. l
COKN Dull and unsettled; sales ot C5
COTTON-Dull and prices nomlnnl.
WHISICY-Slcady at 01c.
VLOVISIONS-Dull and drooping;
best prices nominal and unchanged.
New-York, July 13.
WiihAT- Dull nnd lower; clorod at
COBN Quiot and weak nt 7Unt72.
OATS Strong at 651.
LABD Quiot and unchnngod.
OKOCUIII1M AND DllV UDN.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS ANI CAW, ETO.,
uns jmt rryeited lionvy iitock or Itoota nnd
Jitvio, iiusirtjr luui iUllUllfl,
FOB SALE FOB CASH YEBY CHEAP
Ho also has aline slock of Family Urocerlca ot
C'iHN EB SIXTH-ST. AND C03IMEB-
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (SECOND i'LOOIt) OIIIQ LBV KB,
liny and Sell Heal Estate,
FUBNISH AI1STBACTS OF TITlTES
And prepare Conveyances of Kinda,
The undaralirnad. iirAtir(ifAra nf iim Ti.,t. .nil
WatKLv HvLLtTiN, haw Juat received an aatort
meutot the latest alylea or Job Printing types;
i 7i! S i on i me most complete job omctt.
ittu c.uuii tt vat. a ey nailer lueroaaivea
tliat they poisesa racllitlea for turnins aut
rrrtmi.l 1 a wi .1.1. 9 i v. - ... -if
entruttoiito them, from the amallatl card or
isuvi vu mo mammoiii po,ier, ana at prteta
which Uavo with our buafneas men no so&d Mb
cuao tor annning llwlr woik tost. Loul: Clntla-
pan ur vmvagu, jpiv. a. VUBtUil K tW
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL; lIDfin, Prealdont
noltF.rtT W. MILLKH, Vlce-Prraldent j
0. N.IIUalIE8, C9lilrr.
COLLECTIONS PBOMI'TT.Y 'MADE.
TXCIUaviF., coin, Unk noUa and Unllad
JjJ Htal.'s aocurltloii bought and sold.
I ii lore t A I lowest on Time DepoII.
Chartercw Marcti 81, 1M9.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A, II. SAFFORD, PrMldcntt
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-rrendont;
W. IIYHLOl', tkcrctary and Treasurer.
1". W, IUrclay, Citil. DAMaiitt,
V. M.fjfocKrLttn, I'ail 0. Hciiuii,
It. M. CexMNOiiAM, W. 1', IUu.iDir,
J. M. Piuttiri,
DniMMllN of nny Anonat Hretl vl front
Tra Cents Unwnrdit.
JNTF.KE3T paid on doponlU at tlio rat" of air
percent, per annum, March lat and Hptcm.
r Interest not withdrawn U bided immo
dlatcljr to the principal or tho depoiita, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MAnnrm women and children may
I DEfOSIT MONEY
SO THAT NO OXS IUI CAN CHAW IT.
Open every bujlnots day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Saturday evening lor HAVING UEI'OdlTS
only, rrom o to 8 o clock.
W. HT8LOT, Trosauror.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. V. 1IAL1.IDAY, rrcaldent;
A. ILBAFFORD, Ciuhlcr;
WALTER IIYBLOP, Assistant Cashier,
BtaataTatlob, KoitnT n. Ct'MiisauAM,
tOTT WlllTS, W. 1'. llAILIDAT,
(id). 1). Williamson, Btirms Uiuu,
KxelinnKc, Cola and United State
Ilond Uonght nnd sold.
DEPOSITS received, nnd a general banking
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDElt
la preparod to do all kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE BAISING
REPAIUINQ OF EVXRY BE8CBIPTI0K
ON TU1 MOST AS0N1SII TISMS.
OltDERS lort at tho realdonco ot Mr. Keouody,
on Center tdrcut, next door to tho new achool
houiic, or adrirexaed to tho care of P. O. Box 410
pr t e llullotln otaco, will receivo prompt atln
ALLEN, 3IULKEY & 1VHEELE11,
CpUNSELOBS AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
John II. ilnlkey,
Hamuel P. Wheeler,
ml ml I y bualnoaa.
OFFICE ItOOMH 7 AND 6 WINTER'S BLOCK.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSBLOBS AT LAW,
, William H.OreM, 1
William II (lilbert, J- CAII1U, ILLINOIS.
Miles r,r,ilbrt, J
OB-.Si.vlnt attention Kiven to Admiralty .i
OFFICE-OHIO LEVEE, ROOS 7 AND 8 OVEH
CITY NATIONAL DAK It.
NEW T,YPE FOUNDRY
AND ' 11
ST, LOUIS BRANCH
Cor. Chestnut and Second Bra
ST. LOUIS, MO. ' 1
Hook. nuwtiiaDer and
pe oreTery tyl,
iiiada ar the caltbrated
peculiar to the Boaton Type Kouadry, bTwa rule,
leads, metal rumlture,l)Uck aM colored mka,
cpmpotttlon, galley t, ley bruahea. mltenoi ma-
EiiB, r anv vaiuiNMn, tlo., etc., kttt
. , JAMSW A, HT. JOHN. Uaa&Mr.
BtultBrsgcfcef the Boatoa Type . fMagi,
1 " 1 ' I -TIT
W jlieontractd in, mTtSmyntfrnM
r'efily executod, in tho Bullttia Iw. Veitl
tw.paper .' 1 mdlg etlaMttlTti5?r