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OliERLY & 0.,
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
STATE OFFICERS.
rvnn r, John M. Palmer
l,(r.ili untiiflovcrnor, John Dougherty
.oVi-i-uy ul fitule, EdwarJ Ilutnmtl ;
a n. I lnr f Hide, C. K. I.ipplncolt ,
i l.ili Tri nsurrr, K. N. Hates ;
ijii.i. I'uMli! Instruction, Mewton Balctnan.
CONGBES3MKN.
-(iinlr-Ljrnan Trumbull and John A. Logan,
!c.r( i nlnllfp fur the Htate lit l.are Vacancy.
Ite-irciM-ritalive Thirteenth District John M.
CVIis.
M EM HE HS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, lit District T. A. K. Holcomb, of
Union, mil B. K. Uilon,of Ualtatin.
Iteprcsctitatlte, lt District II. Watson Webb:
COUNTY OFFICE11S.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge D. J. Maker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney-J. V. JfiCertuey, of
Mfvaaec. . .
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harmao.
Hl.eriri-A. II. Irrln.
Win. Martin, Assessor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge F. Hroes.
AMOclatea-l.'K. McCrltean l H. March'ldon.
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner lolio II. (lossman.
MUNICIPAL GOVEBNMKNT. ,
tfiVor John M. Lansden.
Traamer-J. Ii. Taylor.
Gimiitro.ler K. A. llurnetl
Clerk Michaol llowlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cln.
Attorney-P. lf.ro.c.
Pjilicu Msgistratcs-F,
Uross and II. kthan.
iwv-1
Chief ot Police L. II. Mjrtri.
Police constauica nn bimumi -,uayj,
n. If V.lrnin and J. W. Buinncr. (nlittit.i
SELECT COUNCIL.
Mavor John X. Lansden,
rrrj-
First Ward-P. O.Hihiih.
tWond Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Wrd Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. Stasis Taylor.
Cily-al-Laige W. P Ilalliday nod I. Kurd.
HOARD OV ALDERMEN.
Iiwr waiiu-Jiuqm Jarueu,
Leo Kleb,
Isaac Waldcn.
1 II M A1L1 It. IIJUUHUIUKIIMll!
M. 11(1 III. , ll. lt.
K. lludir,
Henry Whiter,
James Rwsjne.
lllltl) WAI.l wm.mraiwm.
Illicit FitiK'talil.
UMim.l' w.uMiwmi
0. II. Seat,
J.lt.Meicair.
Time of Muting.
Cltt COIKCIL.
The Citv Council meets In Joint aeasion on
ir.lX.-T rot-Hll..
The Select Counell meets on the first Wednes.
I 1T-I I.- ..!.. I. ..in.l M,.n.lU I..
. V. u . I.
llt Of ALUtHMDI.
The Board of Aldermen meet on the Bra
ooday aadTneaday ia en-try snosHh.
COUUITTKEJI OF THE COUNCIL.
Oh Strutt JSTessra. Taylor, Waldcr, Winter,
ooJ and Metcalf.
M-Metn.CuDnlnifliAm,8chuh, Kitrgar-
I.Srsaeand Halllday.
Hniiu Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
lUiet mnl mi Messrs. Carroll, lluder and
'Oiltraid
VvUli Mes Schuh, Winter and Kleb.
rintvtj j-essrs.wooawarii, awayne anu imuer.
o. Winter, titration and Cm roll.
OUR CIIURCHES.
MliVTKKIAIi Elgni littree(.
'rolling, Babbath at Wi . and iyt r. u.
'rayer meeting, Wednesday at 1 r. x.
umUy School, 3 r. . J. M. Iaadea, Haper
itendent. Iter. C. II. Koori, Patter.
.TIIODlbT-Cor. Kighlh and Walnut 8ti.
reai'liing,oaouain i .,nna r. h.
rayer meellag, Wedneaday, 7X r. m.
judaySchoel $ r.M. I.. W. Slllaill, Hur-
. . ...I .... I II Mw V. I . Ti.ni.Miii. Vmalnr
ornlag prayert , Sabbath hi i. m.
renlng prayer7Ji r.
uuaiu qviiovi,
Itcv. Ha.Oiix, Rector.
PA'TniCK'8 CllUBOH-Jor. Ninth St. and
'aahlhgton Avenue.
il.llc"Srlee, Sabbath tyt and I0; a. m.
9jH'ri, u r. ...
nilftRihnAl. 2 p. u.
rrieo erery day, 8r..
Itcv. P.J. O'lULUiaix, Priiat.
bbath fkhool, m A. Sabbath,
caching, Ha bbathlO 4. and 7 r.M.
Rev, J. Pkukd, Paator.
BUNDAY SCHOOL In the Chmtlan
lurch, Eighteenth Btioct. Babbalh tkno.il 3
J. II. IUid. Superintendent.
M(l HE'S CIIBISTI A AbtKXJI ATIUM Keg.
ir meeting aeonnd Monday eack month at Ike
ayer room of the Preabytertan Church,
1 1 n.A-MAA,IK D.t.i u . I
vaij linjn iiiitiiih, riiu, I r i.,
i Prayer room of the Proibyterlan church.
u. riaioxi, rrealilent.
ICAN.M. E. Fourteenth St. between Walnut
tceqar.
vicee, oauunm,
It .1 I 11 n u
sa3, r. M.
aching, r, . Itov. Win. Jackaoo, Piutor
IND FBEE-WH.IiHAPTlST-1'ineenth St.
wean Walnut and Cedar,
Tleea Sabbath, and 3 1'. M.
iter. N. Hicn, pastor.
R-WlLli BAPTIST HOME M1BM1UN UN.
mJrHKIIi vomer wainm itiiu vcwoi om
day School, 0 a.
T KBEE WH'I' has uar uiuihiii-vui-
P"'"!1.".'-... 1. . w T. . w .nil -,M .
Her. Wm. Klllit, Paator.
r MIH810NABY, BAIT 1ST CilOBCII-Bet.
n 1Mb and 11th atreeH, near Cedar.
i . ii-L L.. . I. 1 nly l u . nml TIT P. Mi
-.!.. urAJna.il.vnvAninip.
Vt WW. .no, . '
.LI V.I.I.. avnltlCr.
.1 n . . i ii u TitinV.nTl.vlvrAnil
tain ornuui, y .
J DieinioH w-fv
ti m a... - Tl 1 n -
lief. 14. IMWIl
BEAI. EHTATEAOBIKT.
(J. WINS3T0N & CO.,
AJj ESTATE AUliJSTS
AMU
AUCTI0NERS,
t (SKCONP FLOOB) OHIO LKVEK,
CAlltO, ILLS.,
iv and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
nil prepare Conveyance of Klnda.
IWKIETOHS.
IIM.MBOLD'11.
KK.f.MIViLn'fl
iikcmiiold'h
IIKLMnOLD'H
IIKLMIlOLIl's ,
HKLMrtOLIl'H
IIKf.MIIOf.T'r)
CATAW11A UHAI'C 1'ILI.g.
caTaVha ok'aTe i-rL'L.
CATAWI1A OKAl'K l'lLI-fl.
CATAWIIA OIIAPK PILLH.
CATAWBA UKAPK ULLM.
CATAWIIA QltAl'S 1'ILIJI.
CATAWIIA (IHAI'K PILLH.
HELMBOLD'S
HELMHOLIi H
lir.LMHOLD'a
IIELUItOLIH
iiki.miiolii'h
IIELWIIOLU'is J
HKLnnoi.n'H
llKI.UllOI.u's
EXTBACT
SAHSAPARILLA
ri.OIIJ EXTRACT KAKrlAPAItlLLA.
rLUIlJ EXTIIACT hAlWAPAIlILLA.
I'LUIII EZTUACT rtAKMAPARILLA.
, ri.UII) EXTRACT HARllAPAIlILLA.
rLUIII EXTRACT HARHAPARI LI.A.
FLU III EXTRACT H ARSAl'AHILLA.
fLUIP EXTRACT SARflArAItlLIiA.
I ,1'imirY nir. viahu.
i
ilELVtllOLIi'il FLUID EXTRACT BARSAf A
BILI.A
i Cure all Eruptions of I tie Skin.
iielwimilih fluid rxtract hakcai'a-
. i RII.LA
' Curoa tun worit form of Blood liiMra.e..
HKLUnoLD's FLUID EXTRACT HAKflAPA
I RII.LA
I'jiters heavily Into the Circulation of the
Blood.
lIELMIIOLll'H FLUID EXTRACT HARSAPi.
RILL A
Hpautlnr the Comf leilon.
UKLMUOLU'S FLUID EXTRACT '.HARSAl'X-
RILL A.
t ' '
On liottle la cuiial in atrcnuth to o.m salloo ol
ih HYriiii nr Decr,rioni an usually made: and
a wlna-e-ltva'tuldi-il to a pint of water equals lb
ce'ebraKd l.tSWJN MET Mtl.NK. Try It thli
way. A ueiinmiiii iverHxn.
IIELMnOI.Il'.H CATAWIIA ORATE PILLS
IIKLIIIIOI.II S CATAWIIA OltAI'K riLLS
A plea.anl, safe and agreeable Cathartic.
HKLMIIOLU'o CATAWnA' OXAPE PILLS
Used In all affections wheiea Purgative Medicine
is neiici.
IIELUIIOLD's CATAWIIA ORAPE PILLS
Ilarmlesa to a child, and taken by children.
HKI.MIIOLIl'B CATAWUA ORAPE PILLS
rluprredu Magnesia, Halls and every other I'ur-
gauTe.
IIKLMI10I.D H CATAWIIA ORAPE PILLH,
Certain in cried, and pleasant in operation,
IULMIIOLD's CATAWIIA ORAPK PILL
la not a patented Pill.
I
It KLM HOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPK TILLS
Arocomposed ol CaUwl Grape Julaeand Fluid
CI4IIKI ttllUUHIl.
Purchase two lottlee of HELMBOLD'S SARSA
PARI I.I. A and ouo box el PILLS-worth their
eight in gold.
Hq better investment can be made tor so amatl
a sum.
HKLMDOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCUU
Has acquired a world-wide lame.
A LL of m preparations are menlorlous. A
A period of twenty years hu proved this to be
the Case.
See remark! made by Bcmamln Traverse, t. K.
0, M. Hpeaking of those diseases, and diseases
arising from the excess of mercury, he statti
that no remedy Is equal to the Extract of Warna
parilla, its power la extraordiiarr, more no than
any other lrug I am acquainted with. It !, in
In the strictest sense, a tonic, with this invaluable
attribute that It ia applicable to a state af the
system so sunken, and vet ao irriianie, as ren
dera other aubstancea of the tonic class unavail
able or imurioiis.
Bea RKMAIIKHOI 1116 IIUI.AT ClltMlSIO AMI
PILL MEN UK AMERICA I
Wm. B. Warner A Co.,
IS North Third street. Phlladi luhia. Pa.
B.T. Helmboldi
Esteemed Friend I oongratulatv you an
having the handsomest and at the aame tune the
Moat KRectire I'll I mat I nave ever annwn ror ine
purposes intended. WM. B. WABNEB CO.
11. T. Ueluibold will remark, in conclusion, that
his remedies are the result ofloagiand careful
study. The Fluid Extracts have been before the
public twenty years. The rale of thtin in that
1 1 dm proves their value. All have been benefit,
ted by them who followed my instructions, and
to-day tbey atan4 unequalled In the extent of
their sale, and unsurpassed bv any medicament
In the Dispensatory of the United fetal, not
excepting a alnglo Herb, Boot. Plant, or Htleu
lino Preparation.
Pharmaceutical I claim all mine to be, and have
never patented a single one.
To dispel any Impression or prejudljo that
might exist in the minda ol many against my
preparations, from yM publicity given, through
advertlstag, and that I am and hav been a drug,
u at for a nor od of twemv v,im
cluslvely iojireve this seo fetter from the largest
. ...... -r.t . ?J!JVr
occupied the drdg atora opposite my residence.
and was successful In conducting the business
where others had not been equally o before him.
I havo been favorably Impressed with Ms eharaa.
ler and enterprise. WILLIAM WIUUTMAN
Firm of Powera A Wlghtmau, manuractiriag
chemists, Ninth and Brown atreeta. Philadel
phia ill staxd on tuna mans.
Tlio Pill I have thought ol ottering to Ike afflio.
led lor ten year. .....
They ara now perfect, and I shall stake my
lime, money ami iiune ouueir vnvQuveaeas.
The inviting style in which the pill Itself ia made,
tha bottle, label, wrapper all ahow with what
lare they have been prepared. After eiamlua
Hon, no English or French preparation will ahow
greater care, and I am really proud of them.
Instead f tha nauseous-looking, carelessly
prepared Pills vended generally, and put up In
wooden boiee, and made generally, or offered
by those having to experience aa physicians,
druggists or manufacturers of medicines, test
lha medicine offered by your obedient totyast, '
II. T. UKLMBeLB.
Crystal Palace Drug Store, No. 6M Broadway,
New York;
Palace Pnarmacy.Ollaey House, Broadway, and
Twfnty.ninth street, New York.
Temple cf Pharmacy. Continental Hotel, Phila
delphia and No, 164 Houth Tenth slreol, PWI
adelplila. BOLD ST DRUOQInTB KVXHYWIIKBS.
I BaaPiBfilwIalV Km aaaH
THE BULLETIN, i
BY TELEGRAPH
r1v4 exsseflnlly for tl lro
RallellB. Trn Mount In iMlvnHtr oTNt.
LmI itprra.
WASHINGTON.
REI'OIITS
FKOM TIIK
COUNTRY.
INDIAN
FEED OH FIGHT THE RED-
SKINS.
QEN.s1LEA8AN10aS' AND THE
N.Y.C.
Wasiiikotok, July IB. Tho lupply of
boor itaiupi it now equal to (bo demnnJ,
Mid tho commissioner of iritornal revenuo
furnliliei them to all applicants.
TIIK INDIANS.
Capt. Bernard report from Cauip liid
well, Northern CaliforniA, that he tent
Lieut. Kylo and party of men to Fall
river and II Ig Valley to invettigiito tho re
port of apprehended dangar from In
diana in tboso locaiitici. Capt. Dcrnitrd
tlao.aUto that tho Indians say that their
agent will givo them nothing,
and they aro forced to hunt
for roola and atarre. If this bo truo, when
the icaaon Ii over tbey may steal stock to
live on.
.Gen. Ord, in forwarding Captain Ilor
nard'a communications, saji: "llaurn.
that the PahuUpi Unvo nearly all left tho
Indian reservation at Pyramid LaVo.
They havo taken to the mountains north
near and In Oregon and on tha l'ltt rivorj
to 'hunt for roots and obtain food. Thcio
valleys aro all mora or'lcas occupied by
settlors and rnnchemen. If tho Indians
in their hubfrer should, a they are likely
to do, kill. stock and cattle, tbo ranclicmen
will probably rotaliato by shootine; sorno
stray aad perhaps' innocent Indian, and
in this way lead us into difficulties. I
think if tho Department of Novndn is
powerless to give food to starving Indian,
military commanders should bo .nuthor
ixod to i'sue-, order to tend
food in limited quantities, which will bo
leu expensive than having' to fisht thym.
Every precaution will be taken to pre
vent difficulty, but starving Indians can't
bo reasoned with.
rLKAHASTOJT AMI yrTT. C. " "
It is generally, understood hero that
Commissioner lneasariton' will adhero to
his forroor decision in tho New York Cen
tral scrip divldond case, and ord or 'imme
diately tho collection of the total umount
of tax levied on tho rond.
LETTER FROM GEN. PLKASAXT0.V
Commissioner l'lcasanton has written a
letter to Asscrsor Gordan, at Brooklyn, in
which ho expresses his deep sympathy with
the family of Clinton Gtlburt who was
killed whilo discharging his duty; and
concludes his letter as follows: "It may
not bo improper to. inform your wholo
furcethat in viow of tho growing perals
of tho civil scrvico it is my intention to
recommend to congress, through proper
channel, that pensions should hereafter bo
granted to tlioso disabled and to tho fnmi
les of thoo slain in tho internal rovenue
servlco who merit tho tamo eonsideration
as sailors and soldtors maimed or killed
on the battlclleld.
NEW YORK.
THE
PRESIDENT
ABOUT.
GADDING
DULLNESS IN THE
MARKET.
.STOCK
THE PRESIDENT AND FAMILY.
New York, July 18. President Grant
and family, Gen. Porter and wife and Gen.
Inealls visited Fort Hamilton yesterday.
Upon thuir arrival at tho Fort a saluto of
twenty-one guns was urea. Alter in
specting tho fort and tho surroundings
tbey participated in a grand ball and
banquet given in their honor. Tho visit
ors returned to .Sandy Hook in tho steamer
Henry Smith, on board of which wero
Gen. Vogcs, Col. Hamilton and all tho
army officers stationed in the harbor for
tifications and tho band of Fort Abraham.
unonthal, a notorious .Now lork thief,
was arrested in Jersey City lato last ovon
Ing by detcctivo Nugent. Ho had in his
possession a quantity of stolen cloth and
a noto for $181. Ho is hold far examina
tion. Tho trial of J. V. V. Duckhout for tho
murder of Alfred lUndall of Sleepy Hol
ly is continued at tho Court Houso, whito
Plain.
Ycstordny whon Calob Horton,
S. C. Morton, Noah llrlggs, .Stephen 3IJ
Loggitt, J. Campbell. S. Sidney, Wm. II.
Sherwood and Geo. Hurt wero callod by
tbo prosecution and gavo rebutting testi
mony. All woro neighbors of the prison
er, and whom thoy had known for poriods
varying from flvo to twenty years. Thoy
considorcd him a shrewd man in nil his
business transactions, and at nil times his
conduct had been sano and porfectly ra
tional. Ror. S. 31. Vn Duzcn tost'
Hod that be bad a biicf Intorview with
tbo prisoner in jail in tho month ot Fcbrn;
aay, 1870, and on this occasion Buckhout's
conversation and conduct wero in all ro
spects perfectly rational.
The Tribuno's financial artlclo says that
the Lako Shoro is apparently king of tho
market at present. All speculations hang
for tho timo being on a movomont in this
specialty, which in turn desconds upon tho
scrip dividend to bo declared on the '-27th
iuttant.
Thcro Is markod absenco of familiar
facos on tho street, tho principal oporators
and speculators being outof town for their
summer's vacation, which accounts for tho
lack of spirit.
iTho weather is cool and pleasant, and
the sanitary condition of tho city Is re
markably good.
Yesterday the ttoek market was moro
active as compared with tho extreme dull
ness of last week, but the amount of busi
ness is far from being important, oxcopt in
few instances whoro changes which woro
genorally for tho bettor, woro howovcr
slight. Tho Brio attracted most attention
la too forenoon, as alter auvancing to -nj,
was abanuonou ror mo mew-zone uonirui
which was qulto favorably Influenced by
Washington telegrams, stating that Com
lUitsionor l'loasanton has boon sustained
by tho president in his views of tbo
action to bo taken in reference
to ' tho enforcement and col
lection of tho tax and scrip dividends
of ,807. Ono telegram says snoclflcally,
tbatCaleb Cuiblng, attornoy In New-York
Central surlpt divldond caso, was notlflod
this sun. that tbo wuolo subject bud been
CAIRO,' ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, JULY
referred bnck to Coinmlwioncr Pleasanton
for finnl adjustment, Tho commissioner
has ben instructed to consider the caso
tho snmo ns if no appeal had boon taken lo
.Secretary BoutwelJ. Thif, doubtless,
means that General l'lcasanton Is to pro
ceed in his proposed plnn of Jnvcttlgnliit
tho nets of tlio company for tho purpoio i
ascorlatning how much of tlio scrip diva
dends represents tlio earnings of tho ro.i .
since tlio revenue law wont into opcinlion
At least tho news had tlio elicit of udvnn
cing tho stock lo DC, and scrip to 01 J.
Tho gold room was induced to be'levo
Hint tho flll'ront to Secretary Uouiwoll
conveyod In this action of the president
would occus'ion his rcslgnotlon of tho sec
retaryship. Other shnros, supposed to bo
moro or loss undor tho pntronngo of tho
Vnnderbllt party, woro sympathetically
strong. In tlio mcanllmo tho recent de
cline in tho mortgago bonds of tho Union
Pacific railroad began to bo felt in tho
shores of tho company, tho prico
of which wont down to 28.
Pittsburgh underwent n spasmodic riso lo
1 20J '""i Pocillc Mail lost some of its lato
Ilrmncii. KUowlicro the market present
ed 'little of interest and is fluctuating and
unimportant.
A telegram says that on Thursday night
last a largo body of disgu'cd men went
to the Alubanu and Chattanooga railroad
yard, in Chattanooga, Tonn., captured
and locked up tho watchman in tho round
house and then entirely disabled nil tho
engines in it bv rcinov'n parts of tho
machinery whlcfi can only be ropluccd by
lending to shops in tlio oust. No cluo to
tho perpetrato-s has yet been obtained.
No trains loft tho city on Friday. .Super
Intcndcntg J. C. Stanton was in this city
at tho tune, endeavoring lo procuro
funds to pay the employees.
TIIK IIKOOKLXN HOARD OF 1IKALTII
to-dny authorized tho buiilth otHcors to
iiolutu at their own rctidciico persons af
flicted with tmall-pox, if possible, in
stead of transferring them to the hospital.
Tho health officers wero alsocmpowercd
to place a slcn nnnouncitic emnll-pox on
tbo building whero tucli-paiicnt ma
known to reside.
Jno. Allen and M. Comb', brakesmen
on tho Citmdcn and Amboy railroad, woro
arrested to-day on a clmrgo of stealing
from tho bnggugu curs on that road. Keys
fitting tho cars wero found in their posses
sion. A largo amount of properly disap
peared during transmission on this road.
Higham and Wylic, members ol tho
Mutual base ball club wero arrested yes
terday on a charge of assulting members
of tho Haymaker club, of Troy last week,
and held to answer before Jullgo Walsh.
In tho United States district court at
Brooklyn to-day, tho steamer Cleopatra
baving'been declared forfeited to tho gov
ernment for a violation of the rcvunuo
law, tho act consisting in tho smuggling of
$400 worth of cigars by tho employes on
board tho steamer. Tho judgo recom
mended action to bo taken by tho attorney
general against tho parties directly
concerned in tho violation of law, us
this decision only atl'ects tho owners of tbo
steamer.
No lives wero lost by tbo capsizing of
tho yacht, Jessie, last Sunday. Tho crow
woro rescued by a pagsing schooner, and
tho yacht was picked up and left at Fort
Hamilton by tho steamer City of Mexico.
FRoTaiioAGO.
.MEETING OF IRISH CATHOLICS
AT CHICAGO.
a son-in-law killed rv his
fathi:r-in-law.
A MURDER AND THE VEN
GEANCE OF JUDGE LYNCH.
A 'RIG
LIE ABOUT
COUNTY.
PULASKI
Chipaoo, July 18. A meeting of Irish
Catholics was held last evening at tho law
olllco of B. J. O'Lcary, for tbo purpose of
giving expression to tiicir reoiings in re
lation to tho recent riot in Now-York.
After seTOtalinflammfttory speeches, tho
meeting adjourned sitio dio without taking
any action upon tho question.
On Saturday evening, last, ut Fall Itlv
er, La Sollo county, 111., Thomas Stanloy,
an old citizen, shot and killed his son-in
law, Joseph A. Allon, in tho hall of his
house, under tho impression that ho was a
burglar who intonded to rob him of an
amount of money which ho had received
on that day at Cottonwood. Kansas.
On tho Mh Inst.. Wm. Chill, a boy herd
er, wns shot dead by a Moxican herder in
his cmplov. Tlio Moxican then mounted
a licet iiorscand made for Texas. Ho was
pursued by two of tho cowbers, who over
took him over 50 miles south of Albino,
and shot him bead.
Dinlel Hush, a negro residing in Amer
ica, Ills., who was supposed to bo guilty of
stealing pork, was visited by SherilTStoltz
of Fuliiskt county, nccompiinlcd ty n party
of young men, nnd shot him dead upon
his refusal to deliver himself up. Tlinro
is not a word of truth in this report. The
sheriff of 1'ulaskl county is named Ken
nedy. Hugh Mackoy, aged 10 cur, and Die
bald Gradt, aged 8 years, residing at ono
and thrco Lisle stroot
IllHAl'I'tAlttll
from their homes yesterday afternoon, and
th's morning their dead bodies were
found floating In tlio river at Twenty
second street. How tbey cuino in tho
water is not known.
Hawloy Hubich was
KILLED
last cvonlng In Pctor Wolfs stono quarry
by tlio falling of a heavy stono from tho
grapplings of tho derrick,
nKN, UKLKNAP,
Secretary of War, was In this city lo-dy.
LOUISVILLE-
MYSTKRIOUSPIHAPPKARANCKOPOr.S.SKna
WICK UASK 1IAI.L CI.U1I MATTERS.
Louisvillb, July 18. Considerablo
anxiety is felt concerning tlio mystorious
disappearance of Gen. T. I). Sedgwick, of
Now Albany, Ind., who left his homo last
Monday morning and has not sinco beon
heard from.
Tho Lono Star baso bull club, of New
Orlouns, left to-day on thu Gen, Lltllo for
Cincinnati on u northern tour.
LITTLE IIQIJK,
H UN ST RO K K PI It E- It 1 V K It-W K AT 1 1 K It, Kit'.
LiTTLK Rock, July 18. A fatal caso of
sun stroko occurred hero to-day.
A lire broke out on tho comer of Main
and Third streets thlaa.ni., destroying a
Iramo building occupied as a grocery storo
by Touby & llro,and J. Jumpuor, dealer
In notions, Loss about (B,Q00.
River still falling.
J, 1871.
ST. LOUIS-
TIIK MKARD LYNCHING CASE.
GOV. PALMER AFTER THE
LYNCHERS.
HE WILL USE THE WHOLE
l'OWER OF THE STATE
TO ARREST THEM.
SIXTY DKSERTKRS FROM THE
U. S. ARMY,
SUIT KOIt DAMAOF..".
St. Louim, July 18. A suit was enter
cd In tho United States court yostordav by
T. W. Pierce, of Boston, vs. the old "firm
of Kuiicll Morgois & Waddoll, govern
ment transportation contractors. Somo
years ago the firm becamo indebted to
Pierce for forty thousand dollars, for
which drafts on Jno. B. Floyd, then sec
retary of war, wero given. Thoso drafts
wero never paid, and nlalntill' now nU
for tho original sum, with interest added,
amounting to thirty thousand dollars.
-rrivato iniormatiinstalci that somo
MXTY SOLDI I'.r.S DEHGRTKI)
from Fort Hodges, Kansas, only eight of
whom havo been captured.
TUB MKARD LY.VCIIIXU CASE.
A dispatch from Springfield says Gov.
Palmer, on receiving information of tho
lynching of Martin McarJ, who whipped
and burned his ion to death, at "Watsekn,
III., a short tlmo since, called upon tho
sheriff of Iroquois county for nn official
statement ot tho facts. To-day he re
ceived an account from that officer with
tho flndintr of tho coroner's innuest with
tho names of tho lynchers. Tho sheriff
states that it will bo difficult to urrest any
Arii.n I.... . ...-in i .i . , i. , ...r
IUU Itiuu, UUb I1U IS Willing lO UO II1S UUIV.
The governor replied that to cnablo him
to do so ho would assist him with tho
wliolo power of tho state if necessary.
LEAVENWORTH.
THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE
V. S. A: P. R. R.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE AP.
I'ROACHINO STATE FA IK.
LKAVKN'WOKTII. Iv-i illlll- 17 Tllf. fillv
council last night granted tho right of way
through the city to tho
OIIICAUO, SOUTHWESTERN AND l'ACIEIU
RAILROAD.
provided that tho machine nnd repair
tlmm of I li n nninnami lift 1innlii.l .i.lltiln
iw,'4 w. . 1. VI .1 I'll I .J 1 11 IUVUHU -I l.llll.
tho corporate limits of tho city. Tho
. . ., 1.. .1
Tho conncll appointed a committeo of
three, with tho mayor as chairman, to go
to Chicago and st SI cssre. Stray and Wln
bton. Tho following
RESOLUTION
was unnniinouslypnsscd by the city coun
cil: ljE-t)LVED, That in tho completion of
mo unicngo anu ouinwestcrn r.iiiroau to
Leavenworth, wo recognize a road that is
to bo of incstimablo benefit to our city ;
and wo pledge them our friendship and
hearty co-oporation in their efforts to givo
us increased railroad facilities. Our pco-
lilo henrtilv pnilrirsn ihn noiin AriliArnnn.
Cil. and they aro united and determined to
-.11 I !.i . t, 1 . ,
uiu un jt-guiuiHio rnnroRu enterprises.
Kxtonsivo preparations ore in progress
throughout tho stato in thn Iniowi oiuhv
njijiro.'l.ii; iCntisas stuto fair.
FORBlGNr
PROPOSED MONUM EST
SHAKESPEARE.
TO
TERRIBLE RIOT IN VIENNA
FEARFUL EXPLOSION ON
BOARD A GREEK MAN
OF WAR.
ENGLAND.
London, July 18. Tho Oazotto an
nounces that tho queen has mado tho om
poror ol Brazil a "Knight of tho Garter."
A meeting was held last ovonlng to
consider tlio question of erecting a monu
ment to William Slinkcspcaro upon tl;a
Thames embankment. Hcpworth Dixon,
who is tlio moving spirit in tlio matter,
mado an eloquent speech In favor of the
project. The meeting was very enthu
siastic, and such promises of material old
wero given that tho monument will cor
tuinly'bu erected.
A report has )ut been roeoived from
Vienna representing that a tcrriblo riot
oecuried thcro on Sunduy. Tho Socialists
attacked tho Ultra-tut itanes and many
people wero Injured. Tho polico wero
powerless and the military woro obliged
to suppress tho mob.
Advices from Athens announce a tor
ribledlfiistcron board a Greek niun-of-wur.
Tho magazine of tho stcamor Kunomia
explndeil on tho Ord inst. in tho Grecian
Aiciiipoiiigo. I'oriv ot tno crow wuro
killed and nearly all tho rest moro or less
injured, whilo tho vessel itself
was nlmost entiroiy destroyed.
Quito a serious riot has occurred ut
Greenwich. Ono " Pook,'1 who has Just
been acquitted In n murder
trial, was upon his rcloaso from
Imprisonment, set upon by a crowd of peo
ple oxcited over what tfiey regarded as n
mockery of justlco. Tho crowd soon
swelled to grcnt proportions, and Pook was
mobbed by fully four thousand persons.
A number of fights thon ensued between
the friends nnd rolativcs of tho prisoner
and tho mob. Tho town was socn in such
a statu of uproar that tho frlghtonod shop
keepers closod thoir sloros and buslnoss
was entiroiy susponded. This condition
of affairs lusted for nn hour or two, till the
constabulary finally succeeded In restoring
ponce and quiet without tho assistanco of
thu military.
A telegram rccolvod at Lloyd's an
nounces that n tcrrlllo typhoon vlsitid
lliago, Japan. Seven steamers woro driv
en ushoro. Tha plnco was inundated and
suffered considerable injury. Tho Jupim
sable expedition Is safu.
FltANCK.
Parik, July 18. Tho Sulut cities tho
example of tho United States, utter thu
wur of tbo robclllon. lo justify tho In
croused taxation in Franco.
Veksaillkh, July 18. Tho minister of
finance, Ponayor Quortlor, announced to
tho uBwmbly that lio desired to retain tho
present Impoit duty of twonly per cent. on
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
cotton. ThoMsombly will unquestionably
ngrco to the rcqui f tho minister.
1 ho municipal eleciUni on tho 2Clh
Inslnnt will probably remit U, fttvor of tho
gcnerol government.
Soma of tho Journals report that Vrcsl
dent Thiers nnd M. Gambcttu aro negoti
ating for tlio establishment ol a moderate
republic.
SPAIN.
Madrid, July 18. Marshal Sorano has
proposed to tho king a decrco outlawing
members of tho international society in
Kpain, and recommends n rigorous policy
on all questions of public order. Minister
Zoorrlll, on tho contrary, favors a liberal
tlfltlftl Aft ihn Itlmf rritiiliti-f tvn In ttift nrn.
scrvation of tho Political r t?ht nnd tha
public peace.
CUBA.
Havana, July 18. Dr. Hnlle, of Ha-
Vallrt. fl llelltlsL has honti Imnplmnml fni- a-
coiving prohibited Journals.
PEORIA.
distillerV association in kemki.v.
PEinttA, July 18. Tho cxccutl vu com-
lliittco of tho distillers' association Is In
session here, aC tho Poor in Houso. All
tlio livo 1111503 or ow-York, Ohio, Illi
nois, Missouri, Wisconsin nnd Iowa havo
joined tho association. Tlio httlnnco of
tlio states aro. woll represented. Tlio as-
sdciatluti is undoubtedly n success.
i i. i i
CINCINNATI.
excursion train Thrown prom the
track a villainous act.
Cincinnati, July 18. Thoenclno of nn
excursion train was thrown from tho track
of tho Kentucky Central railroad, near
Falmouth, last night, by two cross tics laid
on mo irucK oy somo viiil.tns. Tlio on
glno was nearly destroyed by lire.
THE IUVER.
Cincinnati, July ;i8. Bivcr eight
icei nino niciics.
A rrivnil Pnlnctinn I'hupninii t.'i-.,nii
vlllo; Dave, No. 2, Ky. Bivcr.
Dopartcd Edlnburg, (Jray, Now Or
lcuns; Dave, No. 'J, Ky. Ulvor.
Arrived Laurie, Komiwhn. Business
good. Weather showery.
St. Louis, July 18. Arrived S. S.
Morrill, Bob Boy, Keokuk, Grand Tower,
Memphis; Alice, Kansas. Citv, City of
VIcksburg, Vlcksburg.
Departed Bob Bov. Keokuk, Belle,
St. Louis -Vlcksburg, Iluntsville, Peoria j
W. J. Lewis, Kansas Citv, Lako Superior,
St. Paul. Tho river is" falling slowly.
YorV heaW rain storm frnm fnilr lilt
seven o'clock this morning.
km rn is, ,iuiy in. uiear. Jtorcury
ninety-five, ltiver decllninrr.
Departed Natchez. St. I.ouU-. .Tulln.
Vicksburg. Four fatal cases of sunstroko
vcsterUav : six to-dnv.
j.ouii.yii.i.E, July 18. Biver risen two
iiienes, rising siowiy; twonty-iwo Indies
over tho chute, ltutnnil nil ninrnini.
cloudj. Pleasant to-night.
Arrived hddyvillo nrrlvcd from Cairo,
C.irnelta is receivinc fnr I'nlrn. .lnmn
Howard it Co. will launch a now boat to
morrow for tho Galveston and Houston
navigation.
New Orleans, July 18. Arrived
A. S. Turner, Louisville ; James Howard
St. Louis.
Dopartcd Biehmond, Mary Alice, and
uiucr, oi. j.uuis; onanuon, i.ouisvilio
ViCKsiiuito, July 18. Down W. S
Pike, C p.m. Weather warm and clear.
Bivcr falling.
MARKETm'TELEGlLU'lL
siiiw OJtLEANS.
NewOrleanv. Juh 18. 1871.
COIIN Firmorj mixed at 717Uc, vol
w "L'c; whito mixed 7778c: wliito 80c.
OATS Dull at CC08c.
low
iiiia inm anu lower nt si.oo.
POBK Dull and lowor: mess offerine
at $15.75. b
BACON Dull and oisler at "50jo
unil'Jjc; all others unchanged.
COTTON Dull and entirely nominal -,
sales of -1,000 of good ordinary ut 101
17c; low middling at I0(tl0jc; receipts
1,677; exports Havro 3,411, Boston '228;
stock 07,321.
SAINT LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 18.
FLOUB Firm; somo grades a slmdo
higher.
WHKAT Activo nnd firm; No. Sired
fall, 1.16j No. 2 rod fall, SI. 23.
COBN Dull; mixed wliito in bulk on
i raca, ouc.
OATS C0C2o bulk on track.
It YK Quiet; 0!i58c in elevator.
WHISKY Steady at l2c.
PBOVISIONS-Olllv lobblm? ami nr.
dor Undo; shoulders 7J(7Jc : clear rMm
f'JGO'c.
DP'TUUIT.
Detroit, July 18, 1871.
WHEAT Old demoralized and almost
unsaleable; tho only salo being ono car
of umher at $1.21; extra oH'ercd at Sl.112
with s-1.31 bid; now extra $1.30 bid. s.:)5
asked; now amber $1.23 bid, $1.21 asked.
t'OKS-io. 1 mixed at Clc.
OATS Up and atronu: 09c bid for
rso. i.
IVlIOI.KSAI.i: CUOCKItH.
It. SMYT1L & CO.,
v
j AVHOLKSALE GBOOKBS,
Oil 10 I. E V E E ,
11 A 1 It SI . I 1. 1. I S O 1 H .
Also, keep eonslinlly nn lutiul n mod coin-
JiU'lH HtlHU of
LIQUOES.
HCOTl'll AND IlllSIl WHISKIES
-fl I N H,
Port, Mudoriii, Sherry and Catawba AVlncs
R SMYTH A CO. sell xpiislvcly for eusli.to
, which frtc't tlit'Y invito tlio espi-elal atlen.
tiun of eloio buriuiii Imycra.
S;ici'dJ attention ijivtn to Filling Orders
PKIKI'alfU.
1HU0MATI0 ork urintinir in inanr and
j and iirii-d colors at nn iuinresslon, on tlio
celclirated clirotnatlo iire ilono at tlio llullctla
lob nrlutlnic ntllce. This Is tlio most remarkable
nreat ovr mvtiiuu. nn ii licriorma ia one uay
lli work, In colored priiitlntt, of ton ordinary
iiriie, iiivit-iiy roiiuciiiiuH cosi ui mai ciiarao1
i-r ui wora voi wy low rtio.
HANKS.
FIRST IVATIOjS'AL BANK
or c'Aiitoi
I'ANII'.t. iruitP, Presldonl;, litmll .,
UOIIKUT W. M I LLEH,' V'ice-PrMTuent V
U. S. IIUOHI-a, cashier. .1T, ft1
i '
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY jJMADE.
EXCIIAk'OK, coin, liank noUn anJ Uaitod
Hlalfii srcurilifa bouglit and sol.l.
Intrrpsit Alloncd oil Tlmo IIpmmI(m.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Imrlrrnl Mnrrli 31, 18011.
orricx
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. It. HAKKORD, rrcslilont;
S. M. TAYLOR, Vlcc-rrcsidcnt;
W. IIYHLOP, Soerclnrv .in.l Treasurer.
mnrcTons:
P. W. IlAHrHY, Ciias. DAtiniita,
K. M. HriM-arLxtil. I'aii. O. tkiilll.
It. M. Ut-NMMIIIAM, W. 1'. HAtLIDAt,
J. JI. rinuirs.
IlopoNlls of nny Ainnimt Rorclvcsirrom
Ton I'putN Vp-anrOM.
i.NTKHKST paM on ilepn.lls at tho ratnol six
par cent. ;er annum, M.ircli 1st ami &ptom.
r Int. Interest not wilhilr.iwn Is o1 ilnt Imme
diately to tlio innoial of Hie ileposits, thereby
Klvinn t tic m coiiijioihkI intercut.
.VI.WUUXD M-O.WJC.V .l.VH CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT .MONEY
SO THAT NO I'M EUt CAN 11BAW IT.
Oiien every bu.slneia ilnv from 0 n.m. to 3 n.m..
ami li.itiirilay venin lor 8AVINU DEPoaiTU
only, from 6 (o 8 o'clock.
nn.-uii w. nvsi.oi', Troasurcr.
THE CLTY NATIONAL
CAIIIO I I.I.INOIN.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
V. P. IIALLIDAV, President ;
A. II. aAFI'OltO, CaMilcr;
WAI.TKR UYSI.OP, Aaalnlant Cashier,
diuectobs:
Stats Ti.or, uocrnr II. Ci'sntGUAK,
Scott Wiurr, W. P. II tiLiiur,
Gio. I. WiULiAMnnv, 8Tr.ru em Bum,
A. II. 8.rroBH.
UxrluuiKP, t'olu ami I'ullcsl Nlatcd
IIoikI Iluutrlit mid NoIU.
DHPOSIT8 recolvcJ, nnd a ceneral Unking
bimincs-s ilone.
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is proiareit to sillily customers with the best
HHillty of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OltllKItS left nt Ilalll.lny llros. olllco, 70 OHIO
I.MV--K. nr nt (tin f-.il V--. I L.ii ik .
. . ' " - - -. -- ....... .-in it.uii 1 11 u HI,
Charles Hotel, will r.velvo iirmnpt attention.
THKTIIO " MONT-AUK1 (till Lrlmjcoal a!onK
sidn steamers nt any hour. ocutr
l'AINTEll.
UAllli L. THOMAS,
Is pre-mred to do all kinds of plain and orna
nivutal PAINTING-,
KALSOMININO, PAPER HANGING
8 ION WRITINO, ETC.,
At IIbu rca which defy alt couietion, and in the.
hij-liesi stylo if trio iater's art.
SHOP IN TIIK PERKY HOUSE,
CORNER OK COMMERCIAL AVENUK ANU
EIQUTII hTREKT.
1.K4JAI,.
A'OTIOK.
H licreh given that dolault havinK It-en mado
fur more Until sixty days in tlio payment of a
riiiiii of tho amount secured to be naid li a
itluii uiortirairo execiiitvl liv William II. Hhnu
cr to Hamiiel btnata Taylor and Edwin Parsons,
ru.lees of tho I'airo City Vropoity, dated Slay
mil. A. I). 18iO. and recorded in thu I!-nr,lr'
oihce, in and lor Alexandereonnty, in tho atatoot
Illinois, in book "P" of deeds, pane CI, elo we,
Ilia iimi-irip.miii puiu KUJK'H, Will un rriUBV,
tho 31st dav of July, instant, A. I). 1S7I, at lo
u ciw'K iii uiu lurcnoon or inai uny, unner ana ny
virtue of tho power of sale contained ia said
morinuge, sell, at publiu auction, to tlio liighest
iiiiiuer, lor caan, iu mo omco uuuuia)- oi sain
trustees, corner of Washington avenue and lsth
sireei, ininocny oi iwro, in Aioxnoer couniy
and aula of Illinois, all the rllit, title and inter
est of said William II. blunter or his assigns, in
ami to lots numi-oreu one, i, iwo, ;j inree, a, lour,
4, five. 0, six, , seven, 7, eight, , nine, tt, ten, 10,
eleven, It, twelve, 1 J, thirUeeu, 11, fourteen. It,
Illicen, sixvucn, iu,sevtaict.-Q, ai, eiauvvvn, is,
nineteen, IV, twenty, 'JO, twenty-one, it, twenty
two, -J, twenty-three, a, twenty-four, , twenty.'
tlve, 'a, twenty-six, 'M, twenty-seven, S7. twsnly-
einill,s, iwemy-nine, o, uuny.ju, luiriy-one,
31 thirty-two. il. thirty-three, il thirty four, at,
thltty-nve, sA, thirty-six, 30, ihlrty-seveo, 37,
iniriy-eignii, iuir.y-am, sou iuii. w nm
bloCK nuy-aevan, oi, in nu lira auuuiua .u iu
aaia cny oi tiviru, ncwtum w .no recuiit-M.
thaieol, with the anpurtenanais, to satisfy tha
purpoaea aodcoudltloa of .aid Mortyj
EUVIN PARMOSS,
Trustees ot thn(alro Citv IrTwPslv
lmd,Culro,lll.,4ultttli,Ml. j-!fi

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