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.JOHN II. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, YASlilNGTON AVE.
ilovciiv r, John M. Palmer i
Mfiitttinnl-Ooftrnor, Jolin Dougherty
1 1 en dry of State, Edward Hummel I
A u.l tr i f BtKtf, 0. K. t.ipplncotl ,
1 1 id' Treasurer, K, N. Hate ;
rupi. I'ulillc Instruction, Newton Ilatcman.
I .inlets Lyman Trtimtull and John A. Logan.
Itepri M-ntalivp for thofjlato at Large Vacancy,
Itcpietcniatito Thirteenth District John M.
M EMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
tSetinlnrs, let llistrlct T. A. K. Holcomh, of
I uinn.andH.K. (HUon.of Uallatln.
Representative, lot Distrlrt-II. Watson Webb.
Judge I). J. Hiker, of Alexander.
I'ro-'cullng Attorney J. F. McCartney, of
I'lrcult Clerk Jno. (. Hartnan. (
Hln r.tl A. II. IrTln.
Tm. Martin, Assessor and Treasurer.
Judar P. llrosa,
AssoiiaUis-J.E. McCrlte and B. March'ldon.
Clert-Jacob (I. Lynch,
dinner John II. Oosaman.
Wjor John M. LMisdcn.
Tieuiitor J. 11. Taylor.
Oiil.tro.ltr K. A. Ilurnett
:lrr Michael Ifowley. J .
Jtiuihal Andrew Cain. '
Aturney P. U.Pope.
Vol to Magistrates P. Brosa' and II. Hhan
ChU ol Police L. II. Myers.
Vlhn Constablee John Bhethao, (day); aud
Jo.I. Vrlrrun anJ J. W. Sumner, (night.)
Mfor John M. Lansdcn,
Jt Ward-P. 0.;huh.
h'eon.l Ward C. H. Woodward.
Jilnl Ward Jno. Wood,
j.irth Ward-H. HtAata Taylor.
tty-at-Utge-W. I". Halllday and I. Ilurd.
HOAItD OF ALDERMEN.
TIAV WARO James Rtarden,
BBCJNU WARD-H. HdCunnlngham,
B. liu JtT,
Tlini) WARP Wm. BtnUton,
Patrick FltigcialJ. '
P01P.TII WARD James Carroll, .
Time of Mctting.
iri coincii. '
The City Council meet In Joint session on
Friday evening preceding the first Monday of
The Select Council meets on tho tint Wedocs
day and Thuraday, alter the second Monday lu
JKHaD Or ALIifBXIK.
ilia p.j r il.i.rinen meet on the fir.
M&nday and Tuesday In every month.
COMMITTEES Or Till: COUNCIL.
CM Afreets Messrs. Taylor, Wilder, Winter,
WikxI anl Metcalf.
Jrtiuvvr-Mesr. Cunningham, Schuh, Fitsgcr
aid, Bease and Halllday.
Claim Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
JtVtes anl Jail Mcsari. Carroll, Ituder and
Onhnwu Messrs. Scaac, Waldtr and Taylor.
J Ire Drjntimcntyittttt. Hatden,8wayne and
HaiUtt Messis. Schuh, Winter and Kiel).
1 rini Mcssrs.Woodward, Htrayno and Hudcr.
iinnnte Meaars. Ilurd, titration and alcteall.
JVinl HtaUh TtioNayor, and Messrs, Hear
den, Winter, titration and Cai roll.
Preaching, Kabhoth at 10; a. m., and Vl r, u.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 74 f. .
Vunday School, 3 r. n. J. M. Ijintden, H9(er-
tntendent. Iter. C. II. Footi, I'antrr.
MI.TIIOIUBT-Cor. KikIKIi and Walnut Stsi
I'rcachlnK, Habbath H'J a.m., and 7 r, u. '
I'raycr meeting, Weduedayv 7,',' r. x. i
fcirnday Hchoel (3 r. m. L. W. Btilarrll, Hoper.
hitctidenU Iter. F. L.Tiiomckov, I'antor,
CHUItCU OKTHK URUEBMEK-i:pUcopal)
Iornlnx prayera, Sabbath ltJ a. .
KeT. Ma.OiAM, Iteotnr.
BT. PATHICK'a CIIUKCJI-Oor. Nluth Hi, and
Tublki Serrlcr.flabhath 8 and in;; a. m.
Veapera, 3 r, n.
fundaj- School, i r. x.
Berried otcry flay1, 8 r. u, ,
llOTi P.J. O'llALtoaA. Prijal.
8 ibbaUl School, Vtx.u., BaUiath. I
Prracbing, SabUthlX a.m., and 7) J r. Ml
' Itov. f. Fbund, I'aaCor.
IIIK8I0N 8U.MMV 8CII0blr-In tho Christian
Church, Eighteenth Uttcct. Babbath Hcnool 3
J. II. Hun, Hiipcriutendent.
TOUNQ MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION-jIleg.
Ular mttlloK aecond Monday each month at tho
Prayer room of the l'reabyterian Chtirch,
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7H r, M at
tlio Prayer room of (he IVribytorlau church.
C. 1'irom, Preaident.
AFUICAN M. E.-Fourtccnth St. Ulween Walnut
iid Cedar, t '
B.rTlcea, Babbath, 11 a.m.
Bunday Uohool, yi r. m.
Preachlnf, T rm. r lWv. Win, Jnckaon, IViator
W5C0ND njEE-WIUniAPTiaT-Fifneiitji 81.
between Walnut and Cednr.
t frflep Sabbath, ) and 3 r. m. ,
v Hot. N. Iticm.l'antor.
TREE-WILL BAITlrtT HOME MISdIUn tu.N.
PAV SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar ifta.
Bunday School, 0 A. m.
yiB3T FBKK,WILL,4UVTIST CIlIlltCH-Cur-
rvicea, Habbath 11 a. ., 3 r. m. and 7; r. w.
Ilov, Vi, Ktntr, 1'nnUir. .
FIRST MIBSIONAItV T1APTI3T CHIIKUII-Uet-ween
Ittli and 11th attoeti, ucnr Cedar.
Prcachlni Sabbath 10J a. m., and 7; r. m.
Prayer Meotlng, Wednesday evening.
Preachlntf, Friday evening.
tUbbatli Snhool, Y, r. m. John Van Uaxter and
Mary Bteplicna SuperintendenU.
Itoy.T. J. Snouts, Pastor,
nEAii ruTxrr. auekt.
Of WINSTON & CO., 1
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AND ' ,
71 (seconp floor) ohio levee,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
rUJlNISU ABSTKAOTS OP TITLES
And prepaio Conveyances of Kinds,
II r.LM hold's
IlELtniOLU'a ' .
l'VRIFY TIIK III.OOD.
ItBLUIIOLU'rl TLUID EXTRACT 8AXSAPA
Cure all Eruption, of the Skin.
HELWBOLb'H FLUID EXTRACT BARPArA
RILLA Cure, ttio wont fonn of I Hoc I lUeana.
HELMBOLD'8 FLUID EXTRACT BAR.SAPA
RILLA PnUra heavily Into the Circulation of the
IIKLMBOLH'8 FLUID EXTRACT BARljAPA
IJeautlCea tho Cornplexloi.
UELMBOLD'fi FLUID EXTRACT ARBArA
One lotllo la eiul In atrennth to one galloa ot
Ihettyrnpa r.lhwloi un uauatly mada; and
awin.'Kiava atnieu in a imiivoi water niuh.uh
co'ebrate.1 I.IMruJN DIET 1UI.NK. Try It thli
way. A delightful beverage,
IIKLMIIOLD'H CATAWBA ORiPE PILLS
UELMBOLD'B CATAWBA ORAPK PILLS
A pl.aaant, iae and agreeaMe Cathartio.
IIKLUBOLD'b CATAWBA ORAPB PILIJI
Uaod In all allectiona where a Purgative Medicine
llRLMtlOLD'B CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS
Hnrmleafi to a child, and taken by children.
llKLMUOLD'B CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS
Hupt-rsedo Magne.Ia, Salta anl every other Pur-
IIELUIIOLDB CATAWBA ORAPK PILLP,
Certain In effect, and pleasant in operation,
IIELMBOLD'B CATAWBA OR APE PI Il
ia not a patented Pill.
HKI.linOLD'S CATAWBA ORATE TILLS
AiocomiHued ot Catawba Grope Julen and lluld
Ilirehaaetwo bottle of HELMBOLIVS 8ARSA.
I'AUILLA and oae box el 1MLL3-worth lih.lr
weight In goM.
, &o,Uitter lot e.Unent can be made tor aoamall
a aUm. 1
UELMBOLD'fi FLUID EXTRACT 11UCUU
Haa acquired a worla-wld lama.
ALL of my preparation! are meritorloqa. A
period of twenty years haa proved Ihla.to be
Bee remarks made by Benjamin Traverae, F. R.
U. H. Speaking of thoso dlteaaes, and diaeaaea
ariaing from tlin exceaa of mercury, h. atatra
that no remedy la equal to the Extract! of Harsa.
parilla. its power la extraordinary more1 ao than
any other drug 1 am acquainted with. It Ik, In
in the atricteat sense, a tonic, with this Invaluable
attribute that It is applicable to a atate of the
ayatem so sunken, and yet ao Irritable as ren
tiers other aubatancea of the Ionia class unavail
able or Injurious.
See KKMAKKHot tho fIREAT CHEMISTS AND,
PILL MEN OF AMERICA I u
Wm. IL Warner
dulatr you (
IS NortblhltUainxt. i'oliadtl
Kl,iinfui Friend I vonuratulate vou on
having the hindaorneat and 'at the aame time lha
Moat fafectivo rill that I have ever known far tho
purposes Intendod. w; k. waknkks ;o.
Il.T, Uelmbold will remark, inconcluaion that
hla remodita are tho reault of long and careful
study. , Tho Fluid Extracts have been befor tha
public twenty years. The aale of them In that
1 1 mo proves their value. All have been be leflt
ltd I,t lhm who followed rav instruction. . and
to-day they stand unequalled in' the extent of
onlay mey aiaua uneiuauiu m me euepi oi
their aale. and nnaurpaaeed bv any mediculnent
In tho Dltpenaatory of the United StateK not
xcepting a ainglo Herb, Hoot, Plant, or tiieu-
1IA.1 PraiiAralinn. t
Pharmaceutical I claim all mine to be, and.havo
never patented a single one. I
To dispel any Impression nr pri-juJL'el that
might exlat in the mUajaV ot many agalnxt my
preparatlona, fron the fwbliclty given through
advertising, and that I am and Imvu been n drug,
glat for u period of twenty tears, and more. con.
eluslvtly io prara this aee fetter from the largest
manufacturing chemlats in the world t
, , , . . Aovembor 4, IM4.
.?n.,,'lDiJ Nr. UrV, U.lmboldl he
occupied the drug store opposite my roaidonce,
and waa successful In couduutlog ibe1 hurlness
where others, had not been equally ao before him.
1 have been favorably Imnreaeed with hla cliarac
t.randentorprlae, WILLIAM WIUHTMAN.
Firm of Power Wlnhtman. manufacturing
chemtla, Mulh and-llrowu atreels. I'Mladd-
AILSTAKO 0 THIIU MtaiVK. i
Thn Pill I have thought ot otreriug t'j the atllio.
lod lor ten years.
They are now verfect, anil 1 ahall stakfc my
llmu. money and'fMne pn.tbclr. ttrectaveness.
Tho inviting style m which liio pill Itself Is made,
tho bottle, label, wrapper all show with .what
nro'ther have been prepared. After exanilna.
(Ion, no English or French preparation will show
(roater care, and I am really proud of them.
Instead ef the nauseousdooklng, carelessly
picpared Pills vended generally, and put lip in
woiden boxes, and made generally, or olfvred
by those having r-o experience as phyaiciaus,
druggists .or manufacturers of medicine.,: test
Hi medicine offered by your-obedlent vervant,
.n, T. HELMBOLD.
Crystal Palace Drug Store, No. 694 Broadway.
NewTork. ... . '
Palace Pharmacy. Ciltsoy lloune, Broadway, and
Twenty.nlnth street, Now York. :
Temple cf Pharmacy. Continental Ilotel, Phila-
derohla t and No.'lM Houth Tenth strcot. Phil-
60LS BY DKUaQUTA XVEJtYWHIUU.
for tlif Cnlro
Ten liours las nilinnrc ofNt.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
THE INDIAN "WAU IN A1UZ0NA.
FIFTY INDIANS KILLEl).
OEN. CAPltON OFF FOH JAPAN.
TERRIBLE STORM AT ST. JOE, MO.
MANY PERSONS KILLED AND
LKTRCR FROM OEN. SPINNER HIS HEALTH
IMPROVING JUIKIE WRIUHT,0r CJKOUOA,
BEFORE THE KC-KLUX COMMITTKE
0 RANT OOINQ TO CALIFONIA OKNKr VI.
CAl'RON AND PARTT TOrtTART FOR JAPAN
ON MONDAY NEXT TILE C01TON Cril',
Washixoton, July ii.K a lettf re-1
coivod at tho treasury dcparlmcnt t -day
from Oen. Spinner reports h't hca t t )
gradually but certainly Improving.
THE KU'KLUX. COMMITTEE.
Judge A. R. "Wright, of Qcorgi ( who
was examined yesterday before tl.o ku
klux. cnmmlttcc, laid : "If tho pooplo of
tho south can bo made to bcliovo'tbt tho
people north will nevor rclraco their stops
on negro suffrago and will pcrpetuato
their efforts to niako black men dominate
over the white race, I would' not stand se
curity for tho people of the south If thoy
should over have a chanco to froo t'torn
solves from such a state of things ; but
there need bo no fear of further robellion.
Tho southern people bclcavo tho pres
ent state of things grows out of the excite
ment and animosities engendered by tho
war, and havo an abiding faith in the
return of roatoj, which time
will bo sure to produce, and that tho calm
sense of the country will bo exerted to
bring about a fading of pcaco and frater
nity between the people which nothing
olso will over produce, nd to which the
present management can never contribute
Dr. . treasurer of Oeorcia. in h'
statements beforo tho ku-klux committco
to-day, presented facts and figures again it
lie said tho governor had violated tho
plain letter of the law in many case;, in-
j1 aat f t ilia Israrittn r 4 Vt si r n nr slain Wnaml)
biuuiu viiu isouiiifj ui tuu nun statu kruiiuiTa
'and his efforts to conceal tho amount and
bis disposition of them.
Tho witness said ho knew nothing of tho
ku-klux except .from rumors and newspa
per reporters, nover having to his Unowl
odgo seen one. Tie thought 'tb'at lawless
ness had exhibited itsclt in somo sections
of Georgia ns It did at times in every
Aat slnd always prolably woulJ.
IIo could not say how far it had been
political, but concluded It was such In some
sections, and men, both whito and black,
wcronow making uso of disguises for pri
vatocain and porional revencc. IIo rc-
gardod. it as a wonder that tho pcoplo
aro at peaceable as tho aro with stici; cor
ruptions and terrible plundering rt lias
been in that state.
Over three hundred pardons havo boen
granted by tho governor; a largo partlon
of them for murder, and in somo 'cases
they wore, pardoned beforo trial.
There is no sush thing as general il'
turbanco and never 1ms been. .
Many negroes and whites aro Ind'ctcd,
and this hri caused dY.urb.inco in somo
ir inaividual accounts aro true, tharo
is a torriblc condition of affrirs in the
neigborhoods. lie thought, however,
that tho pictures wero-ovcrdrawnras they
havo been proved to bo in most cases and
in somo'ontiroiy falsi. Injured and inter
ested parties wero apt to civo lartrc ac
counts, nnd with Unprin'clpalcd men) this
was a cnoap ana convenient way oi uiau
inp political capital.
Ho 1'iought tho stato courts were 'sufll
cient to restrain lawlessness if tho govern-1
or would ccaso his wholcsalo pardoning.
IIo said tho rights of tho negroes aro safer
in tho hands of intelligent white jjirors
than colored juron. '
It is laid to-day that tho prcsidcnti will
not roturnjto Washington till aftor lilt vis
it to California, unless something of im
portanco should rcquiro him hore. jit Is
also stated that, ho may not go to Cincin
nati. OEN. CAPR0N AND PARTY
will leavo Washington on .Monday for Ja
pan by way of San Francisco.
,71,1 , THE COTTON CROP- '
Tho July returns do" not materially
change tho cotton crop prospocts reported
Sevoro rain storms have eontinuod to ob
struct cultivation and check the growth
in tho states upon tuo gun coast.
IX MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA AND LOUISIANA
tho average is tower in condition than at
tho dato of tho last report.
THE aXOROIA AND TEXAS
avorages remain, unchanged and an; Im
provement is indicated in South Carolina
Tennessoe and Arkansas, whllo no esti
mates can at this early dato bo mado.
This information leads to tho following
conclusion, with.tho reduction of 14 ppr
;conl:i IU tho avorpgocontitiutnco tf tho
present relatively low condition and tho
season is as long as that of 1870 Micro
should bo gathorcd a crop of 3,200,000
bales or olout as largo as that of 1SC0;
with a season of avcrago length 2JOO,000;
with early frost and very unfavorably sea
son for packing 2,700,000 balos.
"Tho prevalonco of insects with other 1m
prdvldontlal circumstances would probably
reduco tho crop to 2,608,000 bales.
This is prcsontod as a fair stutomcpt of
tho rango and probabilities and Is unln
fltionccd.by clamorous upcculators'in cot
It is now bolleved that Cochlz, tho great1
Apaoho war chief, who has refuted several
Invitations to visit Washington, will bo
hero beforo many weeks, though at what
preciso time is not statod. (
Tho authorities seem anxious that this
notorious Indian warrior shall havo an
opportunity to stst (his grjovanccs in por
Dn to tho ofilcials horo.
Washington, July 11. Tho baromo-
tor has rlson somowlmt at tho racilla
and Kooky Mountain .'stations and still
moro so from Ohio to Missouri and north
Ustrd. 'Tho aroa of tho lowest proisuro
bu wovod from JUko Uurca cn'.wiud
extending its Inllucnco southward to Vir
ginia. Falling batomctsr has to-dny pre
vailed In tho Mlddlo nnd Eastern Stales
with fresh winds from tho South nnd East.
Southwesterly winds conl'nucd from
North Carolina to Mlssisjlppl and threat
ening wtatho- has prevailed this afternoon
on tho coast in tho samo region. Heavy
local rains fell during tho nlsht In Kansas
and Nobraska and lighter ruins foil on tho
Partially cloudy and clearing weather
has prevailed during tho day north of tho
Ohio nnd Missouri region.
Tho barometer will probably riso on tho
lakoswlth cloar weather from Michigan
to Kentucky and eastward. Tho area of
lowest baromotcr will probably movo cast
ward to tho bay of Funday by Saturday
morning; fresh woUorly winds fur Satur
day on tho Atlantic coast nnd lakes; par
tially cloudy weather with southcasto-ly
winds will probably prevail In the south
ern states; dangerous winds not anticipat
ed; storms merely local not considered.
TUT. RIOT MORE DEATHS SKARCHINU
KOR TIIK WOUNDED DESTRUCTIVE P1RE.
New York. July 11. A largo number
of people contlnno to congregate nt the en
trance to llellevun hospital ougcr to' gain
tnlclligenco n to the number of additional
deaths and tho condition of tho wounded
Two additional deaths occurred Inst
Thcro stuw rcmnint but
at Bcllcvuo llosmtK. tho bodies of the
othors having boon I tUen away by friends
A lamo crowd itlao cnthcrod nt ill.
Sinai and Contro street hospitals.
Kvot ythlng in the city is very quut to
day DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
A three-storv brick buildlns on Newark
avenue, Jcrssy City, occupied byTorhuna
Brcs,, housc-furnishiug storo nnd in tho
upper portion as u tenement ho uso, was
destroyed by Are c:irly this morning, nnd
1 V'tmilics lost nil their furniture.
Total loss $50,000.
New-York, July 14. A World special
Paris, July it. -The magazines nt fort
Vlnccnncs exploded to-day, ..!.;,,. ft
fearful loss of life.
THE CARRY1NO COMPANIES.
Tho carrying companies havo increased
their capacity by tho addition of now cars
sotliat tho unity rccoipts of coal nra now
Rovcnuo officers, assisted by United
States marines, made a raid upon Illicit
distillers at Brooklyn early this a.m. A
fight ensued, during which Clinton Gil
bert, United States gauger, was shot nnd
it ii feared, mortally wounded.
Last evening several hundred Gorman
immigrantsdeparted in special trains from
Jersey City depot to sock new homes in
There is, very little additional to say in
regard to tho lato riot, and woro it not for
tho wounded in tho hospital and tho dilapidated-condition
of storo windows at tho
locality where tho disturbances took place,
wo should havo little evidence of tho
scenes through which tho city has passed.
Tho funerals of tho lato Sergeant Wyatt
and II. C. Page, will takcplace on Sundav
from Calvary church, Fourth avenue, nml
Twenty eighth street. Tho roinalnt aro
to bo Interred in tho plat of tho regiment
nt Woodlawn cjmetcry.
The cntlro rccimcnt Is to parrdo In full
dress, whito pants, band and drum. Tho
corps members aro requested to ussomblo
at tho armory at I p.m. that day. Other
rcglment3 aro expected to join in the pro
cession. Tho Express says: "Two things may
possibly rovivo riotou3 proceedings on
Sunday. On "iatday will tako placo tho
funerals oi two members oi tuo vtn toh
.i, e.n t wieir no;t ot Uutv : nnd
utsotho funerals of somo seven or eight of
A lodge of Hibernians, In full rcgulla,
tnrnm! out to-dav to burv one of their
number who was "killed on Flghth avenue.
Crowds of noonlo cathorod on thoisldc
walks to witness this significant nojieant.
Ono of tho dead men, upon whose shirt
was tho name of J. -Mullen, claimed liv
frionds this morning, resided nt No. "53
West Sixteenth street, no una just icil
tho houso and was proceeding up town on
business when no was snoi.
Cbas. II. Ptillt. aired J2 years, was in
stantly killf I on Wednusdny while look
ing at tuo procossion. ao waa ongugou 10
Miss Ida Johnson, nnd waa to havo been
married In two ytccks. Sha has becumo a
Six moro wouiidci died to-day at tho
dtflcrent hospltalu, making 10 victims In
a'jrnnv reporters for tho daily journals
on Wci'ncadny'wc.ra sworn lnis spccialjio
licemcn, and marchod in tho procossion in
twoplattoons. immediately in front of tho
Oraiigomcn. Eauh carrfod a club, and
uiliaii tlin troons returned II ro unoii tho
mob,' tho 'reportors not only maintained
their prnund In soilo of bullets wbUtlint;
about tholr head, but did good scrvlco in
ropoolling attacks on tnoir uiinKs.
Hecordcr llaekott. in tho court of gen
ral sessions, to-dny liberated F. Koil. ono
of tho rioters, on $1,000 dollars bail.
SEVERE riOHT WITH. INDIANS AT TONTO
CREEKj ARIZONA til TY-SIX KILLED.
Chicaoo, July 1 1. A letter iVom Pros-
cott, Arizona, of Juno 21th, gives the fol
lowing particulars ot tuo slaughter ot ou
Apacho Indians nt it point nrtr Tonto
Crock, In tho territory. It will bo roincin
bored that, tho causa of tho slaughter was
tho.kllllng of Bower's & Co.'s border and
tho capturo of tho hord by tho Apaches.
Tho Indians had no sooner
obtained possession of tho herd
than a niQsscngor was despatched to convoy
tho news of tho outrago to tho pcoplo of
Proscott. Upon tho receipt ot tuo news n
party or 11 pltlzons started in pursuit of
them. Arrlvini? nt Anua Trio tliov woro
joined .by n.pucty of.C citizens from that
vauoy nnu tno wnoto lorco oi iu muu
started oil tho tralliof' tho siivagoi. Aftor
rocoodlng 35 miles thoy mot Commander
lout. Charles Morton with n portion of
troops of tho third cuvalry which
was liUowiso in pursuit of thu Indium.
Thoro tho forces blondcd themselves Into
ono command, under Lieutenant .Morton,
'and tho jotirnoy was at once renewed with
i wan vigor, nnu niter iravciiuq;
thrco miles to tho Vordo, tho command
wq'nt into camp at a lute hour in tho oven-
On tho morning of tho 8th, thoy again
took up tho trail, which thoy followod for
the diaUnco of twonty milee, and at ono
o'clock ' id tho aftomoon camo upon a
rtlnchord which thoy quickly surrounded,
of, -tho Inmates, Fooling satisfied that
thoro wero a largo numbor of Indiana In
tho neighborhood, and dotormlncd that
thoy should not havo tho loast posslblotlmo
to prcparo for hattlo or to o fleet a rotroat, the
tho command moved quickly forward In
search of another ranehoro. This thoy
discovered on tho following dnv after
crossing tho dlvldo between tho Vordo f.nd
Tonto creeks. A ficht nt onco ensuod In
which twenty-thrco Indians woro killed.
At this placo thrcd of tho captured
horses woro dlscovorod ono was ro-cap-tured
and and two ki'.bi by tho Indians
when thoy found th it thoy wero about to
fall Into tlio hands of tho command.
From this placo thoy followed the prin
cipal trail for thrco inilos when they dis
covered threo Indians In tho ilistance,
mounted on two horses. Two of theso
wero shot dead, tho third wounded nnd
both tho horses captured.
Tho supply of provisions being by this
tlmo well nigh exhausted, and thodistanco
irom camp McDowell to tho neatest mili
tary post boing upwards of fifty miles, It
wet decided to abandon tho pursuit and
return to tho fort.
Titcy accordingly took up their homo
word journey, arriving at fort McDowell
n tho morning of tho 12th.
BISHOP WHITEHOUSB AND REV. MR. CHE
Bishop Whltohouto has given official
notlco to tho officers of Christ church, Rev.
Mr. Choney'f, of his Intention to hold
opiscopul visitation to that parish on Sun
day, August 13, at tho usual hnur of Morn
L. II. Shepherd, who shot and killed his
brothor-in-law. William Blai , at Lcland,
111., last Saturday, w illo tho latter nnd his
brother wero "cleaning him out, ' after a
two days' examination ucforo the coroner's
inquest, was discharged on tho ground of
John Hisc, an old and woll-lnown ci'.I
zon of Ottawa. 111.. commKUl sr'cido latt
Monday by throw'ng himself 'row tho
bridge into I jo Illinois rive at t'tat place.
.No reason known rorlhcacc.
TEIIEUILE HURRICANE MANY KILLED
AND WOUNDF D.
a tcrriblo burricano v ted St. Joe,
Jlo., last ni'Mll.
Houses wero blown down nud unroofed
in ovorv part of tho city.
Four or flvo persons wero killed by
lightning and fulling timber, and many
moro or less seriously wounded. Tho loss
of proporty c.tnnotfull beforo f 200,000.
THE LONDON TIMES ON THE r Y-TORK
London, Julv M, T 3 It mnkos
tho Nuw-York riot tlM t t f.-'ia nrticlo
upon tlit condition o. ati' 'rs n Irolnrnl,
which includes m fo' ow; If J . Ifrli
feuds nru luipluc.tblo in Atne , ns thoy
aro in irc.anil, tho most nguln.irv
Irish tuny atk t'icmiolves who.her Irish
nature is not more rcspousiblo for troubles
in Ireland than in'iruie.
London, Huly H.- Tho steamship
Darinn from Now-Yo k, Juno 2'Jth, nr-
Pap' July 14. It U oflk'ally nn
nounc. 1 that lb )
COMMl 1ST ) I
hold nt Virsaill' wi.l i
bo tried tosM
Thocoramunlstscontlnuo their cditorii 's
in tho journals, which aro mo rely devot 1
to tho unnroachine: municipal olections.
It scutni to bo probablo that n very
largo wow o: voters wn rcirr n irom
exercising ' io njht of suffrage.
THE CORTES AM) THE HANK OK PARIS.
Madrid, Julv II. Tho corteslnst nltrht
adopted that elauso of tlio budget relative
to tho treaty with tho bank of Paris for
rnh:ng of tho French loan.
Provision nro madn for il JJJ.l -
dun oi tnc cant; tor thoannualmcnt to t'10
ciiAnoe or ouAor. onthr oiiio and
Cincinnati, 14. Thocbango of gauge
fijtn 0 feet to 4 feet 8J Inches on tho
Lonisvillo branch of tho Ohio nnd Missis
sippi railroad will bo mado next Bunday.
On tho following Sundfty it is expected
that tho cntiro road will bo chnged be
tween Cincinnati and St. Louis so that tlio
cars will run on tho now guago tho follow
ing day. Tlio road will bo divldod into
sections of ono milo each, which will
bo pliiced in chargo of n squad of men.
Tho officers of tlio road stato that thoro is
no foundation for tho reports coming from
Lottisvillo, that icgotcations aro ponding
for tho transfer of tho road to tho Now
dpatii hiom sunstroke.
Evansville, July 11. Tho first fatal
caso ofsunstroko occurred horo to-day. A
nwlM named vnicntinu uuiennorgor, only
two weeks in tho country, died from it i ef
HOT, AND Slil.L I'EAHXO ARM CUT OVA
Pittsiiuro, Pa , July 1 1 To.thy is tho
hnttostof tho sor on. Tho thermometer
stands 105 In tho shado at 2 p.m.
John jicuiuskv, a work-nani nt ilc
Cluro's saw mill, foil on a circular saw, cut
ting his arm so badly that his surgoon
wm compeiitA to amputato it.
St. Louis, July 4. Arriv d Rob Roy
andO. S. Morrill, Keokuk; Doxter, New
Orleans , Julia Vicksburg.
Dopartcd Marblu City, Memphis; At
lantic aud barges, Now O 'leans; Lako
Superior, St. Paul; Rob Roy, K- ikuk. "
Thorivor is uboul stationary ; woathor
cloudy and very warm,
Liouisvillk, duly lj. Ttio rivor sta
tionary with 20 inches In tho schuto; 41
inches In the canul.
Tho weather clour and ho'
Busltit is very dull.
Arrived Boil Voinon, New ' 'leans;
Minnesota, Momphis; Adx llilnia , Cairo.
Dorartod Boll Vernon and 5 ncola,
OiNciNVATi, July 1.'. li ver 7 feet nnd
0 inchoaj rising.
Arrived Bu'.inudn, Evn-i s n; K.
Wcathor hot with tlircstononlng ra(n.
Nashville, Ju y I I. Rlvor falling
TO'y slowly, 21 im lies on llarpcth shottu.
Woathor fair and hot,
Memphis, July II. R.i'ny; mercury
00; river falling slowly.
Avrivod--Al'on, Aratisas; Grand
Tower, St. Loul.
Departed Bill Rowl.tnd, llcl tlvor;
1W a.Ixkwwl and lloH lt U'.
NK.dF.il AND WBirE PADtCAI. KU-KLUX
Liiti.k p.ock, Ark., July 14. A few
l,ay BKi a -nan entered tlio town of Ilus
solvlllc, Popo tMintv, nnd fired soveral
sholi. contrary to lrr,rdinnnco forbiding
shooting Insido tho city limits. Tho mar
shal attempted to arrost him, ,ut ho ro
slslod. got on his horso and left town.
Tho marshal summoned a posso nnd start- j
rd in pursuit. Ovor'..ikln him, ho drew 1
two pistols, nnd fired ono shot nt tho mar
shal, grazing h I haul, whon thn pose
fired and killed him. Tho marshal and
party gavo thcrasolvn up. Thoy wero
trlcu nnd acquitted,
A fow days a':or n lot of niggers and
whito radicals csmo to town, swearing
thoy would kill tho marshal and nil con
cerned In tho affair, nnd woro only pre
vented by prompt action on .tho part of
tho sheriff, who finally succoi Jon in re
Chicaoo, July 11.
FLOUR Dull; cood, 'cholco to oxtrn
L'UllN Steady and a fair demand: 62 c
cash ; 52c July; 51JG2c August; reject
ed 50 If.
, OATS Steady nt 47c cash ; fuluro ac-
llvoat 42 jc; Ju y 35c; August and Sep
Jti p. uun nnu ncavy at oc cpiii ; omc
HAKiihi Dull ana lower; raics at
"Cc for August.
PORK $14.25, ono-lmlf in August;
LARD 101c cash.
Cincinnati, July II 1871.
WHISKY In domand 01c.
PROVISION Easier but fVV.
BACON In domnnd to cover contracts
and for futuro delivery, C?c; shoulders
8J to 8Jc.
MESS PORK Is dull and not saleable
at belter than $ 11 50,
JiiXititliola JIM no unlet; pr mo
steam summer made," namely 9ic.
MEATS Bulk sold at ujc7lrW7Jc
Sri Louis Jul' M.
FLOUR Dull, unchnng' .
WHEAT Dt" easier; s: nplo lots No.
2 red, $1 20.
I ORN Pirmi ollow in elevator.
OATS Stcodv, G3(S5lr. new; 08020.
RYE Dull. 02o on I rack.
WHISKY Steady at 92c.
PORK Unchnngcd, $15 C015 70.
LARD Small sales. KegatlOJc.
(JHOCKItlKS AND DltV (JOODN.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Haa Just received a heny stoeic of Hoots and
oiioi'x, Hosiery nnu iuiioiif,
FOR SALE FOJt CASH VERY CHEAP
Ho also hai a line stool: of Kamlly Clrecenea ot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER-CIAL-AV.,
II. E. GOODYEAR
la now cfloringtho
GllOYElt AND JiAKEU,
FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING
' SEWING MACHINES.
With nrivileaoofnavini; In lunnthlv Installment.
without interest, and Willi choice letwccii tho
u rover omi linker sliiiltlo or atlcth machine,
atictlioa alikn un bolliHlUea.
1'ersonx wishing to buy n lln.i-cl.im sewing
niacniiio iori, Willi iiemmrr, tiller, braider aud
quitter, giiniioaiidlhumb-acrow, oil nan. Untie ol
oil, sorewdriver, twelve extra needhw, fourlMili.
uiun iiu'i extra neeuio piaie, siiouiu givuuenu
year a call.
Cull end seo aamplea of uork, nt
No. 1SG Wnshingtoiwivoiiuc,
Nearly opposlto the Uiilletln ofllce,
IlirrWEI'.N ELEVENTH AND TWEI.KTH-STS.
Cloventy.flvo to two hundred dolbiraper innntli
(3 cveivlier,mal and (enisle, to lutnxliice the
uvnulno Improved Coininon Sense Painilyrieuing
Machino. This iimchlr.o will Rtltch, hem, fell,
tuck, bind, build, cord, quilt utid embruldor In a
most superior manner. Pricti only $15, Kully
WHirnntoil for live veara. We will ,ay 1 1,000 for
any machine that will sew a stronger, more bcaua
tlfulor inorv elastio kuuii llianonrs. It iiiaLeatho
"Klastlc Lockstitch." Kvery second alitchcan
bo cut, and still thu cloth cannot l pulled apart
without tearing it. Wo pay agents 87,1 to 9iCi per
month and expenses, or a uoniiiilsaum from winch
twice that amount can bo mado, Por circular
ajd terms, apply to or adilrrs-i,
U. llOWKltSA CO.,
IMHprucoBticet, Philadelphia, Pa,
L'Aurinx. Do not bo Imposed upon by other
patties palming oil worthless cast iron machines
under tho samu name or otlieruise. Dura Is tho
only genuine and really practical rheup machine
7.0 GOLD LOAN.
JAYCDOKI! AOO. aro no selling at pa- the
I-'irst .Mortiisgo LhikI (Iraut Ciild llouds of the
Northern l'ueiuo Hallioad Company laiing sev
en and three tenths pur cent, gold Interest and sc.
cured by first and only mortgage on tlio entire
road and equipments and on mniclhan
22,000 ACRES OF LAND
to every milo uftraolf, or Wi Acte of Land to
oachdl.uOO Hind. Tho;e Is no iithur security m
the market moro safe or so profitable.
The hleheat current price will bo paid, for U.B.
P1VK TWKNTIKS, and all other marketable, ve.
cutitiea tei-eived in exohangu. Pamphlets, maps
ami full Information furnished on application.
LUNT, 1'llESTON & KEAN,
licncral Agents for Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota
and Northern Indiana.
TUE CITY NATIONAL DANK
FIUST NATIONAL HANK
I diiwU -UaieOjIlusoIS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or c.i i no.
DANIEL HUlin, President;
HOUKRT W. MILLER, Vice-President;
C.N. lli;0IIE9, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PKOM ITLYJM ADE.
EXCIIAKGR, coin, bank note and United
Htaten securities lught and aold.
Intermt AlloweU on Time Depoalta.
Churl c rsl Mnrch SI, ISO.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. n.HAFVOnD, President;
H. S. TAT 1.1 IK. Vlcn-Presiilenl;
W. IIYSLOl', Uccrcury and Treasurer.
P. W. HsncLAT,
11. M. CVNMNQIUM,
W. P. llALtlDAV,
J. M. Piiitun,
nepoalta of nnr Amount Received f rota
Ten Ceiitn Upnnrtl.
INTKUK-iT paid on dennsita at tho rateol alx
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st, Interest not withdrawn li addel imine.
dlately to the principal of tho deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO THAT XO OHM USI CAM SOAW IT,
Open every business day from 9 a.m. tn 3 p.m.,
f and tfaturdar
on v. from 0 to 8 o clock
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIPAY, President;
A. II. HAPFOIU), Cashier;
WALTER UYdLOP, Assistant Cashier.
8mn Tavloi, Ho but B. CmxisattiM,
Hcotr Wmtr, W. P. Hallidat,
(Ir.o. 1). Wiuiamsox, Btipiiix biaD,
Kxrliange, Coirs ami United HtMc
Ilond Hon ght nud Hold.
DEPOSITS recelvod, and a central Unking
HOUSE MOVEIl AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do all kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
REPAIRINO OP EVERY DISCBIPTIOX
OX Till MOST aiASOSAILK TlaMS.
OUDKIM left at tho resldenco ot Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next door to tho new school
house, or addressod to the care of 1'. O. Box tia
or t e llulletiu ollico, will receive prompt atten
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEELElt,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
John II. Mulkoy,
AB'I'artlcular, attention paid to river and ad
Ot'KICK ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER'S BLOCK,
GHEEN & GILBEHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William If. flreen,
William U UilUrt
)rSeclsl attention given to Admiralty and
-OHIO LEVEE, R0OMB.7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
NEW TYPE FOUiSDHY
ST. LOUIS BRANCH
UOSTON TYPE FOUNDRY,
Cob. Chestnut and Second Siu.
.ST. LOUIS, MO.
Hook, newspaper and lob typo of avery style,
made of tha celebrated Hard and Tough Metal
peculiar to the UoalonTipo foundry, bra, rule,
leads, metal furntture.tilack and colored inka
cases, Btands, coiopoiitton atltaa, preasea, toller
composition, gallaya, ley Vmahea, mlUriag ma'
chlaea, paper and card cutters, a la., etc., kspl
coastantly onhwhl. Addraas or.l.a
JAMU A. r. JOHN, MaMstar,
fit. Louis Urancaof It Meaiost Typsj S'iuisdy.
W. Louie,. SJMnii