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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
CRAWFORD IIOUSK,
CORNER .SIXTH and WA LNUT-ST.,
(Eutunre on Hiith-sl,,)
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'!; Vv,f' l f CINCINNAH, Ollil).
L II. l.ulHitk, J
IMUJ:-, I AIY .I CO. roirlrloro.
CKNTHAinioUSK. "
O..onl id.. pn.irtrtW, on HlilhHlr.i l Maiien
Washington and Commercial avenues,
CAIRO, ILLS.
nils hon.o has leen thoroughly over-hauled,
refurnished xnl renovated, and is now own for
llii" rw.ptlon or guest.. The room. are all large
ami well v-il.t.il, mi. I f unli l til re nr., Hatch
kept lilxlit nri.l day, MIW. fJAKFNEY,
J'Sdlf Proprietress.
T
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
commercial-avenue, opposite r. o,
CAIRO. ILLS.
josKrii.HArt.isi, : : : : : proprietor.
TlIK Hoi'rfP. IS NeWLV FURNISHED
Itnd iilVrs lo the. fiublic first-class s-cctnmoda-
lion. i reasonable, rat'.
Jfll.l.l.NKRK.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Coiuiuerrlal Atriuir, oiioli Klllut
at Atriuir, oiio
and liny thorn'
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
.Made to order, or Ibady-jlado.
IK full assortment of Misses' and Ladles'
Ilatt and Honnctt of the latest ttyles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
MRS.C. McGEE,
tlGUTH STREET, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
AXD COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Has Ju.t receive.! a full and splendid line of
NEW GOODS
'r's trlmmim. .ilk irlmn. .Ilk saloon, irul.
Iuro lace., moss trimmings, crocket button,
ilk and velvet buttons, pluth and trimming vl
M. hat. and bonnets, fine kid irtovea, ladle.' and
Inldrens' shoes, and a full andcouipiele stock of
klillincry and Fancy Goods,
All of winch the propone, to .ell at
THE VEIIT LOWF.sT CASH PRICES.
i.MiunA.T tickktn.
INMAN LINE.
Liverpool, New-York and I'hilodelphls
Stcanisliip Company,
ra rojiiin witn viirrn status ad samiM
oor ntxxesTi
For Carrying the Mail.
for passa"ge tickets
or ri'utiiin lkroaHiviox
il'PLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt.,
1M Broadway, New York, or to
II . II o a p 1 1
216 Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
IFOR SALE, ForH.le f FOR SALE,
t'Ott SALE, j For Hio 1 FOH SALE.
I rcr naie i
Faro from Liverpool,
Fnro from Londonderry,
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queenstown
iro CAIRO, $18.50
Baltord. Morris A Candoe, Agents.
REAL EHTATK AGENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
3AL ESTATE AGENTS
AMI
AUCTION ERS,
71 (SECOND FI.0011) OHIO LEYEB,
CAIUO, ILLS.,
iuv and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
IRNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kind.
DAH1IEBS.
J. GEO. STEINHOUSE,
iSHIONABLE BARBER,
I ier. "th-at. mmI Cctniuertiisl-aw.
Iharp lUiors,
VClean Towels and
aWBItlllfull Workmen.
IjhIIvh1 and children's hair cut and sham-
I, either at the shop or at their own homos.
r-fiontlRmenV wlilikem and hair tired in a
tide manner. Batlnlacllon guaranteed.
FOB HAI.K
K0TI0E.
la Illinois Central Rail Road Company now
I for aaia me following uoncrioeu iota in r irai
lion to the City of Cairo, via i
ItT block 20, Lot M block tl,
is w, " X7 VI,
a " ea, " at ax,
S 'I 82. " 31 " W.
Ir terma, cte apply to JAMES JOUNSON,
PROPRIETORS.
IIRLMHOLD'M.
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HELUDOLIi'K
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UKLMllOLD'a .
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IIXLMIIOLLi'h
iikluiiolih
Q-JEZfj&JPUl PILL.
CATAWIIA OIIAPII FILM.
CATAWIIA OKAFE l'll.I.C.
CATAWIIA DRAFK Flf.lJt.
CATAWIIA OP.AFK PILLS.
CATAWIIA OKA FE FILLS.
CATAWIIA DRAFK FILLS.
CATAWIIA OIIAFK FILLH.
HELMBOLD'S
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iielmdold'h
helm bold' b
iiklwiiold'h
HELMDOLD'ft
helmiiold'h
heluiiolu'h
EXTRACT
SA11SAPA11ILLA
VLUIII
FLUID
FLUII
FLUIIi
FLUID
FLUID
FLUID
EXTRACT
EXTRACT
EXTRACT
EXTRACT
PARMAFARILLA.
XAKKAFARILLA.
KARAAFAR1LLA.
ft A HHA FA HI LL A .
8AR8AFAHILLA.
KARA A FA RILL A.
8AIUAPAK1LLA.
EXTRACT
EXTRACT
EXTRACT
l'l'KIl'Y TlIK IlXOO.
HELUIWLD'B FLUID EXTRACT BAEAATA
BILLA
Cure, all Eruption, of the Skio.
llELUHOLD'B FLUID EXTRACT BARMAFA
RILLA
Curei tlie wort form of lllood Dii.eai.eii,
HELMIIOLD'H FLUID EXTRACT BAKSAFA
RILLA 1'jiUrs heaiily InUi the Circulation of the
lllood.
HELMIIOLD'H FLUID EXTRACT SARiAFJ.
RILLA HeautlrU'. the Complexion.
uelviiiold'h fluid EXTRACT 'HARSAPA'
RILLA.
Ono lottlo fa equal In atrcngth to ouo galloa id
thoSjrup. or !.--koii n. u.ualljr made; and
a wln.-glaii. added to a pint of water equal, tht
ce'.brated LldKON HILT Dltl.NK. Try it Mill
way. A delightful beverago.
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWIIA ORAFE FILLS
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWIIA ORAFE FILLS
A pleasant, aafe and agreeable Cathartic.
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWIIA ORAFI FILLS
Ufe.1 In all affection, where a Purgative Medicine
Ik needed.
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWIIA ORAFE FILLS
Itarmlc. to a child, and taken hv children.
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWDA ORAFE FILLS
Muriel Magnesia, S.lt. and every other Fur
g-uive.
IIELMHOLD H CATAWIIA ORAFE FILLS,
Certain la etltt, and pleaiant in nitration,
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWIIA DRAPE FILL
Is not a patented Pill.
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWDA ORAFE FILLS
ArccoiniHined ot Catawba Grape Jul.eand Fluid
Extract Ithubarb.
I'urcha.e tuo liottlea of HELMBOLD'S HARSA
I'Altll.LA and oue box et PJLLH wortli their
aeigbt In gold.
Nu better invcatment can be made tor ao small
a aum.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCUU
lis. acquired a world.wid.fame.
ALL of my preparations are meritorious. A
period of twenty years haa proved this to be
the case.
Bee remarks made by Iieniaraln Traverse, F. It.
U, . (Speaking of those diseases, and dueties
arising from tlin excess of mercury, h statei
that no remedy Is equal to the Extract of Sarna
parilla. ita power ia extraordinary, more ao than
any other drug I am acquainted with. It I., in
attribute that It is applicable to a state ef the
in me aincie.i sense, a tonic, wiin ini. invaiuauie
statetn so sunken, and vet so irritable, as ren.
uers oiner suumancoa oi mo ionic class unaraii-
able or Iniurlous
Hi-o REMAHKHol the GREAT CHEMISTS AND
FILL MEN OF AMERICA :
Wm. R. Warner A Co.,
15 North Third street, Philadelphia, r.
ll.T.Helmboldi v
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you on
having the handsomest aud at the aame tune the
Most Effective Fill that I have ever known for the
purposes intended. WM. It. WARN EH A CO.
II. T. Helmbold will remark, in conclusion, that
hia remedies are the result of long and careful
study. The Fluid Extracts have been before the
Public twenty years. The sale of them In that
time proves their value. All have been benefit
led by them who followed my instructions, and
tolay they stand unequalled In the extent of
inciraale, and unsurpassed hv any medicament
In tho Dispensatory of the United rutr. not
rirPrepArMioS!4'8 Ko0t' VUuX' or Btlc"-
JSSSSAS.' ttnJ
m?.,h. L".pic.'( WlnPrclon or prejudlje that
might exist in the minds ol inanv gainsl my
preparations, from tho publicity giveS through
advertising, and that I nm and hivu bun a druir"
g st for a Period of tweniy voars, and more con.
cluslvjly to nreve this see fcttorfrom the largest
manufacturing chemists in the world t
I am acquainted with Mr. IL T?Udmllild'J4he
occupied the drug store opposito my residence
and was successful In conducting the business
where others had not been equally so before him.
I have been favorably impressed with hlscharacl
ler and enterprise. WILLIAM WIUHTm AN
Firm of Powers 4 WiBhlman, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Uroon streets, Philadel
phia ALL STAND OS TIIC1H MKSITN.
The I'll 1 1 have thought ol ottering to the fllio.
led lor ten years,
They are now perfect, and 1 shall stake my
lime, money and fame on their etfeettvene.s.
The inviting style in which tho pill Itself is made,
the bottle, label, wrapper all show with what
Jure titer have been prepared. After examina
tion, no English or French preparation will show
greater care, and I am really proud of them.
Instead f the nauseous-looking, carelessly
prepared Villa vended generally, acd put up la
wooden boxes, and made generally, or oflered
by those having to experience at physicians,
druggists or manufacturers of medicines, test
the medicine offered by your obedient servant,
H. T. HCLMB9I.B.
Crystal Palaco Drug Store, No. 604 Broadway.
NewYork.
Palace Pharmacy. Glitter House, Broadway, tad
Tweaty-nlnth etreet, Hew York.
Temple cf Pharmacy, Continental HoUl, Phlla.
delpblat and No. IM Bouth Tentk street, Phll-
4lphU.
BOLD BY DMJtiaiSTS XYXKYWIIKRK.
CAIRO,
fPTTT? TTTT T "IT FT! TAX
J. JXXj JU LJUrJXXl.
BY TELEGRAPH
HenorlMl mpcrlnlly for tho Cnlru
Iliiirpiln. Ten hour in Adtiiuer oTHt.
IjOuIm sprrs.
THE RIOT.
BURIAL OP ONE OP THE DEAD.
MAYOR HALL OPPOSED TO OR
ANGE PARADE IN 1870.
TOTAL NUMBER "OP KILLED
FIPTY:SIX.'
THE CITY FREE PROM
ORDERS.
DIS.
THE TROOPS JUSTIFIED
FIRING ON THE MOB.
IN
TV V W YnnP .Till? IA Tah iAtnr.4Mt(nd
of police, 45 men each, will nttcntl
THE FUNERAL OF II. C. FADE,
tticlr late comrade, to-morrow.
MALI. IX 1870.
It appears by tlio publication of a letter
that, under dato of August 4, 1870, Major
Halt, sent a letter to Supt. Jourdan, ad
vising tbo suppression of the Orange pa
rado ot tbat period, and taking substan
tially tbo ground on which order 67 was
bated.
IDEXTIFlr.Il.
All of tbo bodies at tbo Murgao except
ono wero identified.
THE TOTAL NUMUER OF KILLED
thin far reported is 'J. 6 additional ones
baing occurred tinco Tburiday night.
QUIET.
Never during tbo last twenty yean has
New York: been moro freo fram diiordcn
of all kinds than during tho last two days.
The terrible events of last Wednesday
have taught tho mob a lotscrl tbat does not
seem likely to be soon forgotten.
Tho circumstances and incidents of tho
riot continuo to bo tho absorbing subject of
convocation, and many
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
of interest are given below.
Tho resolution pased by Cant. Joseph
II. 1'cttv nnd the thirteenth nreeinr!t nolirn
forco
DENOUNCISO THE 84TH F.EOIMENT
for having fired without orders, meet
with universal condemnation throughout
tbo department.
It it tho opinion of every officer of tho
rank with whom tho reporter has convers
ed, tbat tbo tiring of tho military could
havo been avoided but a fow moments
longer.
the Mon
wore pressing on the police and military,
and every moment missiles wero coming
faster and faster from tho house tops and
tho mob in tho streets. Tbst the soldiers
refrained from firing ns they did (peaks
well for their discipline and coolness.
Inspectors Walling and Jameson nnd
captains CatTery, llurdcr and others who
wero ongaged, aro unanimous in asserting
that tho military would havo becil com
pelled to open tiro within a very few mo
ments, and hada general volley been tired
tho loss of lifo would havo been very
inucu greater.
President Smith and tho other commis
sioners aro
INDIGNANT
at tho conduct of Captain Petty, and
charges havo been preferred against Ser
geant Wm. Quinn, roundsman, uud Joe
Fall', who signod tho resolutions.
discharged,
New York, July 15. Some of tho riot
ers havo boon discharged from custody and
othors havo boon roleascd on bail in sums
ranging from 5500 to $2,000.
two deaths to-day.
W. M'Orath and Wm. Lathimore, well
known merchants of Iirooklvn died to
day. Moro deaths aro hourly expected, 0
Ul it'U nuUUUCU J ' ' ' - UUIIUTUU UUSflllUl
being beyond nil hopo of recovery, oho of
t IT H. .1."' .
uvui is i. iijui, cuu ui tue popular
actress.
THE DEAD OF THE NINTH.
Wyatt and Page, who wero killod in tho
riot, will rest Id tbo samo gravo, and ono
monumont abovo.thoni, with tho account
of their death in behalf of law nnd order.
Tho bodies will bo laid out in tho full dress
uniform of tho Ninth regiment, in mag
nificent rotowood coffins, furnished by
thoso officers of tho Ninth who aro con
nected with the grand opera house.
VARIOUS ITEMS.
DEATH OF TAD LINCOLN AT
CHICAGO.
LAKE MICHIGAN RUNNING TO
WARDS CAIRO.
TWO AMATEUR FISHERMEN
DROWNED.
DEATH OF AN INSANE WOMAN.
THE MEARD LYNCHING CASE.
CitiCAQO, July 15. Thos. Lincoln, uni
versally known at
"TAD" LINCOLN,
youngest son or tbo lato President Lin
coln, died at tho Clifton houso In this city
t 7 o'clock thi morning. His deseaso
was dropsoy of tho heart. His 18th birth
slay occurred in May, Ho was taken 111
in a tow uayt attor returning irom r.u-
ropo During nit uincis nu inotner nas
been a most constant attendant. Thcro
has always existed tbo warmest affection
betwoon tho two, and Mrs. Lincoln is al
most completely prostrated by her afflic
tion. TUB DEEPENING OF ILLINOIS AND MICH
IGAN CANAL
at the Summit It completed. aTbo coffor
data at Bridgeport was cut away at two
..I-IaaI. .1.1 .i ft n n i r.n T li A m .la.n r- F
uvivur turn ni(oiuuuii) -w.u Tiakv.a v.
Lake Michigan and Chicago rlvor aro now
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY
flowing in tho direction of tho Illinois riv
er to tho Mississippi.
Tho event wit announced bv n lively
peal from tho city ball bell. '
Tito work of (Ivepotiiiig tliu cunul litis
been in progress llvo yrnrs, arid Inn cost
tho city of Chicago $:J,000,()0ll.
It litis been enrried through us it (unita
ry tnuitsttrc, nnd is expected to relieve tho
Chicago river of ils nlinojl uiiumitiritbla
illtliliios.
AT DENVER, COLORADO,
yesturdny, J. Kstabrook, of Denver, und
Samuel Cupn, of St. Louis, wbili; llahing
In tho town lake, woro drowned by tho
capsizing of their bout.
MRS. MUIIDOCK,
wifo of T. II. Murdock, editor of tho El
Dorado, Kunsas, Times, who cut tho throat
of her children nnd then her own, during
n temporary lit of Insanity, died front tho
cilects of her wound on Sunday Inst. L'p
to a few hours previous to Jicrileaih it was
euppoH'd ilio would recover.
THE CORONER'S JURY
who havo been sitting upon tho enfo of
Moard, who tortured his child to death nt
AVutscka, Illinois, and wushung by a mob
uflerwardB, hove rendered a verdict that
tho cause of his death was in accordance
with tho fuels given at the time, nnd charg
ing certain persons t heroin mi mod us being
responsible lor his tnking oil".
They havo sent tho testimony to Gover
nor Palmar with tho recommendation that
the persons therein named bo ttrrestcd and
tried for this otronsc.
It is reported that citl.ons of Orango
and other places whence, came tho mob
which did tho work, will resist tiny ut
tcmptto arrest tho men minted.
F0REIGNKEWS.
THE OLD WORLD IN A NUTSHELL.
M-'IIENCK M'EAKS ANOTHER PIECE.
London, July 15. Minister Schenck nt
tended, last evening, tho onnuul banquet
of tho merchant tailors of London and re
sponded to a toast in honor of tbo United
States.
Ho said the treaty of Washington hud
been verv rr.tich rrltipl1 In Vn,.i.i..i n
well as in his own country, but both sides
wero content to accept it is a wiso termin
ation of what hod seemed likely to be nn
endless difficulty.
Mr Schenck nlludcd to tho kind manner
in which ho had been received by all
classes of society in England, und ex
pressed tho belief that thu present bra of
good feeling between tho two nntlons
would bo a lasting one. Ho concluded
with the declaration (lint nn ..llinr.n
- " ' ..(....ivw
tween tho United States und England
nuutu uu irrcsisiauic.
TERRIBLE FIRE.
LONTiOV. .Till.- ir. Ti:1..,. r
- i .j -w. .turn
Rcza announco that a tcrriblo ilro Is rag-
!"b ""!"" mo suipptng at mat port, ful
ly 30 barks havo burned, half of which
wero loaded with hemp ahd corn. Tho
American bark, Hollis, is among tho num
ber said to have been destroyed. Tho la
test dispatches say tuo ilro Is under con
trol. THE EXPLOSION AT VERSAILLES.
Paris, July 15. It is impossible vet to
obtain tho details of the disaster nt" Ver
sailles. Kxplosions continue. It is yet
dangerous to approach tho sccno of confu
sion nnd cnlamity. Tho accident occurred
frora unlouding powder from carts in cloo
proximity to machinery used in tho pre
paration of projectiles. " It is now thought
the loss of life is comparatively small.
Pari, July 15. In the assembly to
day Gov't, announced that proceedings had
been commenced in tho courts nirIi.t
tho purchasers of rms tn tho United
SMius for malfeasance in ofllco. Arch
bishop Guibcrt of Tours has been appoltod
successor to Monseigncur D.irbov as Arch
bishop of Paris.
Tho duko of Chartrcs has asked leavo to
servo with tho French troops in Algeria.
Tho committeo of tho assembly upon re
organization has adopted tho Drinciplo of
tho compulsory service Tho national
guards will,thercfore,bo dissolved through
out the counlrv.
Iho La Fritnco announces that u frank
anu eincoro explanation has been ex
changed with Italiun Gov't, on tho suhject
of tho occupation of Itomoos tho capitol of
T...1.. .....1 .... -.t.-
imj uuu siuius oi I nu pope.
ON HIS WINDING WAV.
Fh.vnkfort-on-tiik-Main, July lo.
Tho Princo Imperial, Frcdorick William,
of Gormanv, has arrived In Frankfort.
Ho will proceed from tlionco to Munich to
witness tho triumphal entry of tho Bavar
ians into that city.
TOBACCO MONOPOLY CONTINUED.
-Madrid, July lo Tho Cortex has ap
proved, without discussion, tho amend
ment bill, providing for tho continuation
of tho tobacco monopoly in tho hands of
tho government.
premature.
Rome, July 15. Tho announcement of
tho arrival of tho Russian Minister in
Romo a fow days sinco was prem itttru.
Tho mombors of tho Legation took up
their quarters hero on tho 1 Hit inst. Thu
ambassador camo yesterday.
STORMY DEBATE IN THE KFANIHH CORTEX.
New York, July 11. A dispatch from
London sayt thoro was a stormy debato
on Cuba in tho Spanish Cortcz on July
10th, on tho motion to censuro tho govern
ment. Savago speeches on both sides
woro indulged in. Torriblo oxcitcmont
provuiled. Thu govornmunt was itfruid to
fuco a vote, and explained its conduct on
tho ground that it could not oxtcitd to tho
provinces tho laws mndo sinco tho revolu
tion, nor abolish slavery until insurrection
was supprossod. Tho govornmcnt rc-
nunstod tho wlthdrnwnl f il. ...il.,..
This was consonted to, but tho resolution
was prcsonieu again by another mombor
ot tho opposition. Tho debate lasted all
nlditancl rosultnd In n n,,n- l ,..,,..
a ----- ... .. viiuini wviiciii-
ronco in tho nccossity of crushing tho
uioiiii tvnuu luiimvuii, proposition
was mndo to sund tlilrlv (I i rill ft ml innti In
- 'j iiu'ttgunu iiiutt w
Cuba.
THE CROWN FI.INCE.
Munich, July 15 Thg Prussian crown
princo, Frederick William. 1ms urrlvml in
this city from England. Ho was received
by King Louis and staff tit tho railroad de
pot and escorted to tho royal paliico by a
largo forco ot Bavarian troops. Tho peo
ple turned out In groat numbers and en
thusiastically wolcomod "Our Fritz."
SAN FRANCISCO.
HTIIIKKRS STRUCK.
San Francisco, July 11. It Is roportod
that the strikers of tho Amador Company
having succumbed tttu troops will bo
withdrawn.
10, 1871.
'OLD KAINTUCK."
AN
EMiM:LKR BROUGHT TO
TAW.
FROM A HOUSE TOP INTO THE
GRAVE.
JEFF. DAVIS TAKES THE VERY
OLD DEPARTURE.
IS IT A CRUEL HOAX?
AN EMBEZZLER.
Louisville, Kv July 15. L. Lob-
stein was brought boforo tho city court
till! a.m., on chargo of cmbozzlmg- two
thousand dollurt from tho Continental llfo
insuranco company. Tho examination
was waived and Lolstoin wits hold in live
thousand dollars ball to appear beforo tho
circuit court.
S. Sturgeon, n brick-layer, fell from
n housetop yesterday to tho'ground, n dis
tanco of forty feet, breaking it leg In four
places, and receiving internal injuries,
from which lie died this morning.
OH I JEFF.
Tho story published in tho dolly Com
mercial tills a.m., that Ex-Prosident Jef
ferson Davis was recently exposed in crim
inal connection with u Memphis lady
whilo traveling In a sleeping cur, excited
considerable comment to-day. Tho im
pression prevails in many quarters that
tho Commercial has been hoaxed by ovil
mindtd persons.
THE FIRE KINO.
CONFLAGRATION AT
LAC.
FOX nu
THE
FLAMES AT
WINONA.
WORK IX
Fun I)u Lac, Wis., July 15. Ilonistor's
warehouse, tho Lako Ilo'ttso nnd twentv
other buildings woro burned to-day.
Several ilremen moro or less injured, and
ono child supposed to be burned to detth.
Loss $80,000.
Winona, Minn., Juiv 15. A fire this
ovening burned Col. AVilliam Richard's
stable. From thenco spreading to tho
levco it destroyed two barges, four ware
houses nnd ono store. Tho lo?ors wero
Hicbardson, 1). Vongordor, J. Perkins,
J. Coman, D. Boner aud Wheeler, Owons
and Toyster and Alto Froozt. Tho total
ios is is,wo. Tlio uutlding3 wero
small.
ARKANSAS."
RADICAL DESPERADOS RAISE
' A ROW.
FATAL AFFRAY AT
VILLE.
CLAKKS-
Little Rock, July 15. Quito a serious
auray occurrou in independence county on
tho fourth. Three brothers, named Ver
non, noted desncradoo. at Sulnhcr Itook
inieriurcu during tlio celebration and,
tired into n crowd of about ono thousand
porsons, seriously wounding tho deputy
sheriff and creating general consternation.
Two of tho party wero arrested. All
three aro radical desperadoes who lmt'
kept tho noig Moriuun tn a continual up
roar. A man named McGinnU was killed nt
Clarksville on Monday night by a man
named Jones. Cards wero tho cause of
tho trouble.
CHICAGO.
7.EIOINMEVEK SENTENCED TO THE PENI
TENTIARY FOR LIFE MURDER IN NE
BRASKA RESULT OF TlIK NAVAL BAT
TLE IN MINNESOTA.
Chicago, July 15. Tho trial of Alfred
iaiginmyer, for tho murder of M. W.
uuiiibJcion, in December, was concluded
last night with a verdict of guilty in ac
cordance with tho Indictment, and ilxlng
his punishment at imprisonment fur lifo
in tho stato ponitcntlnrv. His
mado ft motion for a now trial.
At n placo somo eight miles cast of Fitir
bury, Nebraska, on tlio 1th instant, two
men named Walters and Paschnil woro
murdorcd by somo person unknown. At
ten o'clock they passed through Fairbury
in a wiiiion. Just ttftor Icavintr tho vil-
lago a young mun on horseback was scon
to rido up by tho sldo of the wagon, get
in, and hitch his liorso to tlio tail of tho
wagon. This young man has not boon
teen or heard ot sinco tho murdorcd men
woro found Ho is supposed to bo the
murderer. It seems thov had encamncd
for tlio night, and thoy woro evidently en
gaged in getting grass for their horses
when they wero shot, haeli mon had bu
let holes through tliuir heads, entering
from behind. Thcro was a terrible stato
of excitemci.t after tho murder was discov
ered, untl if tlio murderer Is caught ho will
no tried ana executed uccordlng to tho
Lynch code.
Tho Winona, Minn., lltuublkan save, us
a scquol to tho grand naval fight oil tho
west Wisconsin railroad bridgo, at Hud-
sou, oetwoen tuo lumiiormen and tho rail
road company, tho latter woro by tho
rormor captured. Tito arts of diplomacy
woro finally employed, and rosultcd in u
compromise, wheroby tlio railroad mon
tigroed to leavo ample spaco between thu
piers for tho passago of rafts, and tho lum
borinon agreed to not intorfcro ngtiln with
iuu uriugc.
TIIATLOAN.
IT FHOVES TO BE A FAILURE SECRETARY
BOUTWEI.I. DISCOURAGED.
New York. Julv 15. Imnortant ad-
vices Iiavo boon received from Washington
on tho subject of tlio loan. According to
theso Htatomonts Sccrotarv llotitwoll lias
ordered tho Bunk Noto Company to sus
pend prliitinu' now bonds becauso a suffi
cient supply to meet ony probublo sub
scription in tho Immediate future is already
printed.
Ho says that, in view of tho limited sub
scriptions that aro tiiakinur, ho deemed it
oxpodlont to red lieu advertising expenses
ns much as possihlo and at tho samo timo
have It properly udvorlltcu. lucroforo
ho telegraphed to tho ndvortislng agent to
suspond all advertising of Uie loan during
duly mi iurtiier orders, no lurtlior
slates that ho lias received a lottor from
Judgo Richardson, aud that tho judge doot
notgivoany Indications of bis mission In
Kuropa being successful. Subscriptions
to tho new loan to-day woro $6,000.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AYE.
TUP, TOTHBH.
INTERESTING NEWS AND I M-.MCTIONS.
Washington, July 15. Tlio tn!l 0f
low barometer, which was on Thursday
night nortli of Lako Ontario, lias moved
eastward and is now beyond our stations.
Tlio prossuro has continued lower than its
normal siuto In tho rniddlo and eastern
states, nnd is sensibly stationery In tho In
terior of tho country. Rainy and cloudy
weather wns reported this o'vening from
Alnbumaand Virginia, but lias now en
tirely cleared nwav. Thrcitntitntf wnnth.
or has provuiled at soveral stations in tho
middio states nnd on tho cast Atlantic coast,
but is now succeeded by clear weather.
Clear weather has provalied from Lako
Ontario westward to tho -Missouri rlvor
since yesterday.
PROBABILITIES.
Tho barometer will.nrohnhlv rinrt tn tl.n
middio nnd eastern states, with light
winds nnd pleasant weather. Pnrtinlli-
cloudy and clear weather i3 probablv for
mo auuiucrn nnu gun states, railing
barometer, with incrcaso of cloudlnoM. fs
for tho urttior lakes
Storm
merely local, aro not considered.
THE INDIANS.
TWO CHIEFS SHOT DEAD FEARS OF A
GENERAL OUTBREAK ON THE TE.YAN
FRONTIER.
St. Louis, July IS. Tho Fort Smith,
Ark., F.ra. of July 3d, learns from Depu
ty unucu states -Manuals .McLomoro
and llacr, that Salanta nnd Hip; Tail, tho
Kcowa chiefs who wero captured at Fort
tlill when General Sherman was thcro and
sent to Austin, Toxas. attemntcd to es
capo from prison and actually released
themselves from tlio" shackles bv gnawing
tho flesh from their hands ami feet, but
wero uiscovcreu anu snot uead.
.Manuals .Mcl.emoro and liner renort
that tho peoplo of tho Texas frontier aro
crv uneasy lest thcro should bo a general
outbreak of tho rcscrvo Indians on tlio
settlements to tuho vengeance Air tho
ucntli of these chiefs.
IIASEjlALL.
GAMES AT FORT WAYNE, ll()TO.V AND NEW
ORLEANS.
Fort Aayne Ink, July 1 5. To-day
tlio Kekongins defeated tho Kckfords of
Brooklyn by tho followingscorcs:
KckonL'ias l. a. 0. (. I. I. 0. n. 0;
lotnl IL
Eckfords 0, 0, ', 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 3 ; total 5.
The umpire of Kckoniiias. Lonon. could
not play on account of a soro hand.
Boston, July 15. Tho exhibition
of baso-ball which occurred to-day between
uio uaymaKcrs and iioston ntno'rcsulled
in tho defeat of tho latter by n scoro of 10
to 10. Geo. Wright and McVov did not
play.
New Orleans. July 15. Tlio Lono
Star base-ball club loft this evening via.
Jackson Railroad on n western tour to plav
in -lusiiviiiu next -vionuay.
THE HOWES l'AUUON.
which the same grant would risk to
explain criticisms robbed of their
FORCE.
Washington, July 15. As somo jour
nals havo subjected tho expressions in
which President Grant announced tho
pardon of Bowen to severe criticism,
it is but fair to stato that tho conv ol
tuu puiuuii lurnmicu to 1110 press, upon
which theso comments havo been based,
contained n material error. Tho corrupt
. 1 r. r.i.- .i -
official cop.v Iimj . hraio : "And,
wnorens, it is represented that ho was in
nocent of any intentional violation of tho
law," tlio word " intentional" win omit
ted in tlio pardon as published in thn
newspapers. Its restoration will 1 a
found to deprive hostile criticisms of
nearly nil their forco.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
TlIK war)
MED BY Till 1
action of the lkoislatuuk
DEIIT OF towns to be assum
state.
Concord, N. H., July 15. Tho house,
last ovcnint', passed tlio bill authorizin
tho stato treasurer to issuo bonds nssumlntr
tlio war expenditures of towns by tlio state:
nxeuon mo uitsisot ijiiotantid timo ol serv
ice, as provided by tho legisiaturo of 1870,
ino amount of bonds issuoil nmlir tl.u
act win amount to nearly two million do!
HITS.
l'lllLADELl'JIIA.
A MILITARY THIEF.
Philadelphia. July 15. Senoant Hrv
an, in cliargo of FortDolawaro, was lo-duy,
at noon, beforo United Status Commission
er Diddoll, charged with feloniously re
moving a number of copper cans, which
woro tho property of tho government. Ho
was held in ball cf $2,500.
I.AWVEHH.
ALLEN, MULKKY ,v WHEELER,
ATTORNEYS
ASH
COUNSELORS
AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
jonn it. jiuiKey
Snmtlel P. Wheel
U-r.J
CAlllO, ILLINOIS.
O tJ-J'uriii-nlar atli iitloii pnid to rlter nnd ad-
miruity iiiiMiiieii,
OFFICE ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER'S BLOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
.IM
COUNSELORS
William II. Green, ")
WilliHin B Gilbert,
Miles I'. Gilbert, J
AT LAW,
UAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
B-rfpeolnl attention given to Admiralty
KleAinboiit biialucHs,
and
OFFICE-
-OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
IMI.NTKH.
CARL Ii. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do ult kinds of plain and orna
mental PAINTING,
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
BIUN WRITZlta, ETC.,
At figures which defy all competlon, and in the
highest stylo if the painter's art.
BlIOl IN TUBTKBUY UOU8E,
COHNKH QV C0UUEHCIAI.
AYINUR
AND
TCKU1TH HTR1
a.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, July 15.
FLOUR Firm :
family, mado from old
wheat, SO.COQO.TSj
now 20c less,
nnd drooping; new
i if; ax Dim
si.JOf.M'jr..
COUN-DhII nt55c.
, "ATS-Vcry a till ; old 50G5c; now
I0(jpl5.
RYE Unchanged.
V?;VUimi for middling.
WIIISRY-Steady at 91c.
P OVlS10NS-(Mlct and unchanged
in all respects nnd but llttlo doing ; '00
tierces now summer mado lard at $010:
wintor mad.', kettle, offered nt 101.
BUTTER-Unchangcd. 1
CHEKSE-Unchangcd.
EGGS 12c.
MILWAUKEE.
Milwukee, July 15.
FLOUR-Unolmngcd.
WHEAT Lower nt $l.l5jl.iq.
NEW YOHK.
New York, July 10.
FLOUR Dull.
WHEAT Dull and lower: No'JSI.10.
CORN Wonk,at717U.
OATS Dull at C3c. "
FORK Dull, $1U0CM,.7G.
LARD ljuict at 10J.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, July 15.
PROVISIONS-Pork inactive; 11.121,
sollor August.
LARD 101 sollor Aucust.
WIIISKY-Stcady atOlc.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 15.
FLOUR In good order demand.
WHEAT Choico grades firm ; No. 2
in elevator $1.25.
CORN Quiet 50c for mixed on track:
52.rj3 for yellow.
OATS Slow ; now, tracked 53; old 18.
PORK Quiet at f 15.5015.75.
BACON Scared and firmer for order
lots; shoulders clour rib 0; cioar 01.
LARD Refined keg sold at 11.
NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, July 15.
CORN Drooping; mixed 73; yellow
75c; white 78(,?70e.
OATS Quiet ntC8 70c.
BRAN 105. All othors unchanged.
HANKS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or caiuo.
DANIEL llt'ltn, President ;
KOHKRT W. MILLER, ViccPre.Ident;
C. N. UUliJIEtl, Caihler.
COLLECTIONS PRO MPTLYjJMADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, limk nol.M and United
Htati-s seetiritie botiglit and Kold.
InlorcHl Alloiivil on Tlni DepoxltN.
ENTEKPIUSE SAVINGS
I'bnrlercit Mareli 31, 1S60.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO,
urrictm:
a. ii. MAri-tiKii, i'r..i.l.nt;
H. S. TAYI.dlt, Vice-President!
V. HY.-JI.OP, Hoereliiry nnd Treasurer.
A. ll.KAFFOun, Pri'sldent;
I'. W.
K,'
illCI.AV,
IK'KTLKTH.
Citu. Ciitaiir.R,
O.Hctiiit.
U. M. CiVMMiiim.
W. P. lUiLipir,
J. M. PiitLLtni,
IiinIIn ail' liny Anioiiiit Itri'lvcUfroiu
Ti'ii SViiln t'lmtmlN.
INTEUK4T paid on ilcpota at tho ratoet six
, percent, per annum, Mnuh Ut and Septem
ber let. Interest not itlnlrani N abided imme
"lately to the prnielil of tho detioslts, thereby
giving Ihem compound luterot.
MARRIKI) WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
so Tiiir so list sua civ usaw ir.
Open every business dav from a n.ni. fit .1 ii.m.
Anil HatllfifrtV ovnnim fur M l VI Kti ruMiuii'd
only, front to s o'eiwlc. ,,"-J
""-" W. IIYHLOP.Treisiirer.
THU CITY NATIONAL
CAIUO II.I.I.NOIK. '
CAPITAL,
SI 00,000
(ii ncra j
W. P. 1IAI.1.IDAV, President I t
A. II, HAFl'tlltD, ('H.hieri ' ,
WALTER JIVHLOP, Asllant Cashier,1
lllBUTOUSi
SriT TaUds,
S.urT Winrr.
KOBF.RT It, Cl'NXIXaUAM,
W. P. llAlllUAV,
(ii... D. Wiihammiv, Sreniss litan.
A. II, Haiioku,
i:vliiiiig;o, Coin mill I'nltfHl NlntcN
IIoimI llituislit una Nwlit.
DKl'OSITtJ reoelvod, nnd a general Unking
business done.
WANTED, AGENTS.
Ciovcnty.flve to two hundred dolUrs per month
O cveiywhero.malo and female, to introduce the
..num. iiuiTutuu uiiiiuoncenso ramuy sowing
Machine. Tn michlto will atltch, hem, fell,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, quilt and embroider In i
most superior manner. Price only. $15. Fully
warranted tor tire Years. WewlII pay tft.ooo for
any machine that will sew a stronger, more beau
tiful or moro elastic seam than oars. It makes ttw
'uiuiiu uuwihikh," every second stitcncaa
bo cut, and still the cloth cannot be pulled apart
without tearing It. We pay agents 7S to tteu r
uiumiiaau expenses, or a commission Irom whuh
twice that amount can be made, for circulars
ju triu, appiy to or auaress.
u.mjHMn.U),,
tasBprucobtreet, PhlUdelpbla.'P.
Cautiok. Do not be Imposed noon' brother
part ita palmlnn ort worthless cut Irca machint
under the aame name or others Ise. Our Is tha
only genu hie aaa teallj practical (licauiuactiliiS

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