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OBBRLY & CO.,
ttnvtrnur, John M. Palmer
Ufiitumiii-fiovenior, John Dougherty;
ri-cietry of Htato, K.1 vnxl Hummel ;
And. tor of yiulf, 0. E. I.lpplncottj
Hale Treasurer, K.N. Dates!
Siipt. Public Instruction, Newton Dlcmn.
fns,tor l.yrnan Trumbull and John A. Login,
llrpri'seniallve for (ho State at Larfe YV.anoy,
lleprrseniallvo Thirteenth District John M.
MEMBERS GENERAL A88EMHLY.
Senators, 1st Mstrlct T. A. E. Ilolcomb, of
Union, ari'l 8, II. (Jltton, o( (Jsllatln.
Ueprescntatlve, lit Distrlct-11. Watson Webb:
Judge I), J. Maker, of Alexander!
Prosecuting Attorney J. , JUCatuer, of
.Circuit Crk Jim- H. lUtmm, .,..,-.-
Hhenfl-A. II. Irfln. .
Wm. Martin, Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge P. Dross.
Associates J.'.E.McCrlte and H. Mareh'ldon.
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II, Gossman.
Mayor John M. Lvisden. , ,
Comptroller K. A. Hnrnett
Cltrk Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrmr CalD.
Attorney P. II. Pop.
Police Magistral V. Dross and II. Hhan.
nessy, . ' , r
Chletol Police L. II. Myers.
Police Constables John Hheehan, (day), and
Jo. II. Velrrnn and J. W. Sumner, (night.)
Hrst Ward-P. O.Sihuh.
JWond Ward-C. It. Worxiwanl.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. HUaU Taylor.
Cilyat-Larf e W. P. Halllday and U. Hurd.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
rilWr WAHD Jam Rearden,
to Kleb, . -
SECOND WAHU U. H.tCunningham,
THIRD WARD Wm. fiiratton,
FOURTH WAHD-Janm Carroll.;
Ti'M of Metting.
The City Council mecta In Joint session on
Friday evening preceding Ihe flrat Monday of
TheSelect Council meet on the Brit Wednes
day and Thursday, alter the accond Monday lu
koiCD or iiDtaxx.
The Board of Aldermen meets on the lira
Monday and Tuesday In evtry month.
COMMITTEES OF TI1E COUNCIL.
On fltrsrt Messrs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
Wood and Melcalf.
Wiuyi-Messrs. Cunningham, Scbuh, PiUger
aid, Seaae and Ualtiday.
Uaunt Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
ntUt and Jail Messrs. Carroll, Under and
OnWineu Messrs. S-, Walder and Taylor.
firt Dtpartmtnt Messrs. flatden,Swayne and
Jaricrs Mersts. Schub, Winler and Kleb,
Tintiaj Messrs, Wood ward, 6wayne and Iluder.
Mnane Messrs. Hurd, fjlratton andMeUalf,
Buanl lltaUh The Mayor, and Moan, Rear,
den, Winter, Hlralton and Cai roll.
Preaching, Sabbath at loj-j x. and " r. x.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at r. u.
Kunday ikhool, 3 r. n, J. M. Lantden, Huper-
Intendent. IUt. C. II. Footx, Pasltr.
METU01)18T-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Sabbath 10. n.,and 7 r. a.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7,'r. u.
bunday School r.s, I.. W. Bill well, Huper-
intendent, IteT.F. L.Tiioiirsnx, Pastor.
CIIDRCIi OF THE REDEEMER EplKOpal)
Morai prayer, Bbbath 10H a. x.
Erening prayer??K r. .
Sabbath School, 9 a. .
Rer. Ma. Cux, Rector,
HT. PATRICK'S CHURCH-'Jor. Ninth Hi. and
Public Serflee, Sabbath 8X and 10K a.
Vespers, 3 r. n.
Sunday School, 2 r. .
Strrico crery day, Sr..
Rev. P.J. O'IUllobix, Priest.
CHRISTIAN Eighteenth street.
Sabbath School) 0J a. u Babbath.
Preachlnj, Sabbath 10$ a. and 7J r. .
Iter, J. Faiivn, Pastor,
uugins HtTNDAY SCHOOL In the Christian
ri,rrh F.lshleenth Street. Babbath Scnool 3
J. D. Run, Superintendent.
fOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS80C'IATI0N-Rf g
ular meeting second Monday each month at ll.e
Pr.v.r room of tlio Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J r. at
tho Prayer room oi tno rresuyreriancnurcn.
' U. PaatoKS. President.
AFRICAN M. E.-Fourteeoth St. between Walnut
Services, Sabbath, It a. m.
Sunday School, IK r. x.
Pr.hlti0. 7l p. u. Rov. Win. Jutksnn. IVMtnr
BECOND FREE-WILL RAPT1ST Klfleenth Bt.
between Walnut and ueuar.
Services Sabbath, XA and 3 r. M.
Rev. N. Ricks. Pastor
KREE.WILL UAPFIST HOME MIS8IO.N tUN.
DAT SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Hl
QnniUvRhnAl. 0 . If.
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CUURCH-Cur-
afervlct. Bablxthll a. 3 r. M. and 1 r. at.
Rer. Wti. Kkixiv, Pastor.
FlRfcT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Bet
ween 10th and 11th atreeti, near Cedar.
Preachlm Sabballi lO'i A. n.,and 7K r. m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
i.,.Mnt Prlrfar erenlnir.
Fabbath Behool, IK r. M, John Van Baxter and
Mary Stephens Superintendent!.
Iter. T. J. 8uoan, Pastor,
BEAIi E8TATE AGENT.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (8KC0ND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
l)uv and Sell Real Estate,
TTJRNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
1 Aftl (itpweConTejutceaof Kiado.
' - i iin.nrnor.iV'
CATAWBA (IKAl'K 1'ILLK.
CATAWBA onArr. TtVt.fi.
I'ATAWIIA URAI'K rll.ljt.
CATAWBA OIlAl'E P1LLH.
catawba oiurr. pilui.
CATAWBA OltAI'E 1'ILIJ".
CATAWBA O RAVE lILl.t).
FLUID EXTRACT HARMAI'ARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT hARftATAHILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT HAIUtAPABILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT ARSAPABI LLA.
FLUID EXTRACT H ARB A PAR! LLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAI'ARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT WARflAI'ARILLA.
PL'KirY THE BMW.
IIELMBOLD FLUID EXTRACT HARSAFA
Cures all Eruptions of the Sk n.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT HARKAPA-
Cures tile worst form of Illood Diseases.
II ELM BOLD ft FLUID EXTRACT BAKUPA-
Enters heavily Into the Circulation of lie
IleautlCta Ihe Com Irxlon.
UELMIIOLDh FLUID EXTRACT HAKSAPA-
One bottle la nnnal in trenirth1 tn o.is- nalloa ol
theSympa or IwIbs im u.uallr rw ji I o4
awlna-Ktaaa aild.d to a pint of Malar qufla tbi
e'ebratwl LuiCJ.N DIKT DltlAK. Try It till I
way. A delightful beverage.
IIELMROLD' CATAWBA GRAPE TILLS
IIELMIIOI.D'H CATAWBA ORAPE FILLS
A pleasant, safe and agreeable Cathartic,
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA OIUFJC FILLS
Used In all affections where a Purgative Medicine
llELMBOLD'n CATAWBA ORAPE PILLS
Harmless to a child, and taken by children.
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPE PILLS
tfueredu Magnesia, Silts and every other Pur-
IIELMIIOLD S CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS,
Certain In etlect, and pleasant In operation.
helm hold's catawba orape pill
Is not a patented Fill.
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPE riLLH
ArecomjMised ol Catawba Grap June and Fluid
Purchase two bottle of HELMBOLD'S SARSA
PAK1LI.A and oue box ol I' ILLS worth their
weight In gold.
!u belief investment can oe maue lor ao smau
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU
Has acnuired a world.wldefame.
ALL of my preparation are meritorious. A
period of twenty rears has proved this to b
See remarks made by Benjamin Traverse, t. R.
C. 8. Sneaking? of those diseases, and diseases
arising irom tun excess or mercury, ne states
mat no remedy is equal 10 tue luziraci oi carsa
parilia, Hi power Is extraorultarr, more so mau
any other drug I am acquainted with. It in, in
in me strictest senso, a ionic, wnniiua mTaiuanir
attribute that it Is applicable to a stale of the
system so sunken, and vet so Irritable, as ren
ders other subiitance of the tonlo class unavail-
able or Iniurlous
jle or Inmrloiis.
SeuKKMAItKHof the fiREAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEN OF AMERICA t
Wm. R. Warner A Co.,
IS North Third street. Philadelphia. Pa.
II. T. Hclmbold I
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you on
fiaring tho handsomest and at the same lima the
Most Effectire Pill that I have ever known for th
purposes Intended. WM. WAliriKU cu.
II. T, Hclmbold will remark, In conclusion, that
hia remedies are tho result of long and careful
atudv. The Fluid KxtractBhav been before the
lUblie twenty years. Tlio sale or tnem in tnai
Im nroves their value. All have been benefit.
ted by thero who followed my instructions, and
lo-dav they stand unequalled In the extent ol
their sal, and unsurpassed be any mndicamenl
In the Dispensatory of the United Hates, not
rnnntlni. L hln.ln llarli IfAnf IHTt n. KiUm.
liflo i'reriaratlonn ' " ' T. t
Pharmaceutical I claim all mine to be, and huve
iioier pautnteu a single one.
to dispel anv impression nr prejudice that
might exist In the minds ol many against in
preparations, from the publicity given through
advertising, and that I am and have been a tiros:
gist ror a period of twenty years, and more con
clusively to pr.ve this aee fetter from the largest
.........IK .... nig i-iivuiiMB in me wonm
I am acnua ntml with Mr ti -r u.i.i 'i.i .
jNovcmhor 4. 1K..4.
occupied the drug store opnosito jny reMdence,
snd was successful in conducting (he huslneaa
where others had not beninally ao before him.
I have been favorably, impressed with hia charac
ter and enterprise. WILLIAM W1U11TM AN.
Kirm ot rowers yvigiuroao, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth nnd Drown streets. Pntladel-
ILL STAND OX TIIV.1M MtattS.
The Pill I have thought or ottering t? the afflio
ted tor ten Years.
They are now perfect, and I shall stake niy
lime, money and fame on their elfectlTeness.
The inviting style in whion llie pill llseir Is made,
the bottle, label, wrapper all show with what
-;are they have been pre wed. Aftr examlna
tlonino English or Prpnchpreparation'will show
oreater care, anu I am reiuy pruuii oi wm,
IiwIaaJ r thA nniiHnnus.Iaokinir. careleaslv
prepared fills vended generally, and put up In
wooden boxes, and mudo uenerally, or offered
by those hav.nn to expeH""8 as physicians,
druggists or nianulnclurers of medicines, test
tne meaiciue onereu vj vour "
II. T. llELMBOLP.
Crystal Palaco .Drug Store,. Mo. Mi Wroadway,
Tajace Pnarmacy. CllUey HOuss.'iBroftdway, and
VaAnlw.nlnlh MtrAAl. KAW Vnfk.
Temple ef Pharmacy, Continental UoUL PhlU.
delphla; and Mo. W South TenU street, PhU
BOLD I1Y DSUOQISTS XYXATrVEXJUt,
Mtirrlnllir for tho fnlrrs
IltiiTrlln. Trii hours 1st euirnnrr nfNt.
IO II I a inprra.
Wabiiinoto.v, July 19. Oon. Eaton,
commissioner of education, has collected
from all Available sources a list of tho
name of colleges and collegiate Institu
tion i in tho United State. The total
number of names embodied in this Hit Is
4 GO, of which, 300 appear to bo names of
couogci, m roman csinonc icnooit, m
college! for femnlci and 829 inititutci or
schools for males,
In 1870 tho number of English spooking
persons In tho United States wcro 30,900,
000: in 1871 that number had Increased to
37,700,000. This officer has nlso prepared
chronological table of tho universities of
Kurope which ihowi that tho tint univer
sity established In Europe) was founded at
Bologna, Italy, In 1118. Other European
eountrlo founded tbiir 11 rat universities
at tho following times:
. Franco, 1190; England, 1201; Spain,
UWj Portugal, 1201; Austria, 1348;
Switzerland, 1308; Germany, 1380; Scot
land, U10; Belgium, 1420; Sweden, 1477;
Denmark, 1429; Poland, 1670;' Holland,
1175; Ireland, 1C93; Hungary, 1C35;
Huiiia, 173G; Norway,, 1811; Ureece 1823.
The number of uhivcrsitfos founded in
Kurope in each century vrero as follows:
In the 12th century, 2; 18th century, 11 ;
14th century, 15; yAh century, 23; 10th
century, 19; 17th century, ; 18th centu
ry, 13; 19th century, 21.
Gen. Eaton it preparing an outline sys
tem of education in tho United States tor
the Japaneso minister.
The poitmaster at Jacksonville, Florida,
who is a son of Gov. Itccd of that state,
, having become a
to the postofflce ddpartmcnt in tho sum of
about f 17,000, a special agent was sent to
investigate tho matter with directions to
arret Kecd unless herefundedtbo amount.
In consequence of tomo other operation
the amount due the department proper
it reduced to about $9,000, A letter
received from (ho agent states that tho,
friends of J Iced will probably mako the
amount good. Tbo department will how
ever at once remove need from office.
Tho motion for a new trial of Dr. Sher
man, abortionist, convicted for man
slaughter in causing the death of Henriet
ta Hidden, has bcon overruled by tho
criminal ccurt. He will bo sentenced to
F. A. McCarty.uefaulUncsurpcrintcnd-
nt of tho postotfice department, died lust
night, bcvcrai any ago one or his chil
xno war aepanmeni nai addressed a
letter to tho commanding general of the
department of tho Missouri stating that
the president directs that so far as tho re
sources of his departmeut will admit, as
sistance shall be given in provisions, trans
portation anu military protection to in
cent Colyer, tho Indian commissioner, in
endeavoring to collect tbo Indians of Now
Mexico and Arizona upon n reservation.
A similar, letter has been addressed (o
tho commanding" general of tho depart
ment of. Arizona and copies iurntsncd to
the commanding generals of the military
divisions of the Missouri and Pacific and
to the commissory general of subsistence.
Augustus Shell, H. F. Clark nnd S. F.
Farchild of Now York, wore In Washing
ton to-dar. and in coutultation with .both
tho secretary of the treasury and the com
missioner or internal revenue, concerning
tho payment of tax decided to bo due from
tho New-York Central railroad,
STNorsis or the past 21 hours.
Wasuwoton, D. C., July 19. Tho ba
rometer has risen slightly in New Eng
land, bat is again falling. It has fallen
considerably in tho mludlo and southern
states; it has risen In tho extreme north
west, and has remained quito low from
Illinois southward to tho gulf. Tuesday
Aiiornoon and miunigni reports iiavo not
yet been received from tho Mississippi
vaiioyand gun stations.
Rainv and thrcatoninir weather Monday
night which was west of tho Blue Hidgu,
has now extended to the Atlantic coast
from Delawaro bay southward. Threaten-'
ing weather with rain has also continued
in northern Now England and is now re
ported in Minnesota and Missouri.
Tho weather will probably clear away
on Wednesday on the lakes. Cloudy und
rainy weather is probablo for tbo Atlantic
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.
THE lRISONER SENTENCED TO
White I'LAixs.JNKW-YonK, July
Tho Jury in tho Buckhurt trial
remaining out all night camo into court
at 10 o'clock this a.m. and rendered a ver
dict of guilty of murdor in tho first degree,
wun rocommenaaiton to mercy. Alter
some deliberation' the court sentenced tho
prisoner to bo hanged on Friday, Septem
ber 1, 1871. , '
TOUACCO FAIR LARO.E AMOUNT II r TO-
IIACCO AMD OOOD ATTENDANCE.
Evamsvillt, Ikd., July 19. Tho at
tondanco at tho tobacco fair in this city to
day was very large. Tho sales will not bo
less than one thousand hogsheads, tho
competitors for premiums being threo
hundrol hogsheads. Huyersfrom all parts
and tho aalos nro more than tripplo thoso
of the last anniversary sales.
Henry Richard;, a promlnjnt citizen,
died this morning.
MEXICAN SOLDIERS' OKQ ANIMATION.
Boston, July lO.Tho survivors of tho
Mass. Tegimonts which served In tho Mex
ican war, met to-day and formed tin or
jtnlsatlon to bo known at tho association
of Hasiacfeuaettt Volunteers who served
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY
TIIK NEW YORK TIMES CHANG
PARDON OF DR. DLAISDKLL
JOE CORURN AFTER JIM MACE.
TIIK KKI E KAII.WAY MUHDLK.
Nr.w York, July 19. In tbo caso of the
Erie Kailway ngnlnst Heath & ltnphocl,
Judgo lllntcblord rendored rt decision on
tho Hth Inst, that Jny Gould must placo
$30,000 worth of iliares of registered stock
In the hands of a receiver, but ho declined
tn na Imlemont tinon tho nucstion of
tho validity of stock In tho new suit cf
Heath & Kaplisel ngalnst tho brie. To
test this point the caso came up yesterday
for argument ns nn injunction was asked
for by Heath and others to restrain
tfio Eriu rotn registering futther stock
on account. There was tomo littlo techni
cality in tho servlco of tho pntHirs. Tho
nrgumunt was io!tponed until this morn
ing. Henry Fduden, who lived 'with his
brothur" Conrad, ut 43 Carrol street,
Brooklyn, Conruds wife being tho oc
casion of n quarrel between tho brother',
was found Irut tvcnlntr- by tho polico
(uttering from tho etlect of n dose of paris
- I t. 1 1 I : . I .1
green, unu it wua iuuiiiwu uinb ins uiuuivi b
wifo hud committed suicida by taking a
dose of tho snnio pclson. Henry is in a
Tho particulars of the nuuir havo not yet
Tho shares in the Now York Times at
tached to tho
representing" about one' third o' llio
property wero yesterday purchased by K.
11. Morgon, of Auxonin, Cayuga county.
Mr. Morgan was an original stock
holder nnd hns been for some timo pad
one of the managing partners of the
paper. In conjunction with Ueorge
Jones, niiother of the original jiropriutorj.
Theso gentlemen now hold eighty-two out
of one hundred shares of stock in their
own hands. Tho prico paid in ready
monoy for tho shares in question wus
f 37u,O00 down.
At tho time of Kaymond's death shares
had never sold for mora than .fCOOO euch.
Morgan has now paid upwards of J 1 1,000
each for thirty-four of them.
According to a London correspondent
visits town every duy, and generally
strolls ulong the sunny side of llond
street or haunts bow windows of club
houses. Ho is very popular with tho
working classes who cheer him. Ho is
getting very fat.
THE EMPEROR ASH EMPRESS OP 1IRAZ1L
are industriously doing London like
other visitors and work hard at it.
THE KUTUP.E EMPEROU AND EMPRESS OP
wero snubbed by Queen Victoria on tbo
occasion of their recent visit to Emrlnnd.
Her Majesty refused to take them in at
her palaces and they wero obliged to lodge
with common ambassador.
THE EXTRAORDINARY PHENOMENA
produced by Home, the American me
dium now in London is being
madti it careful examination by
l'rotressor Crooks, an eminent cliemitt, Dr.
Hucuins, an equally eminent nstronomer.
and Mr. Sergeant Cox, of tho English bar.
The results ol their examination is yet in
complete. The result of tho examination
is being recorded in London scientific
Tho investigators are satisfied of tho
scientific importance of tho subject, l'rotl".
Crooks and Sergeant Cox, both, seem to bo
convinced of tho existence of it nerve at
mosphere ot virious intensity, developing
tho human structuro. Dr. Jugglns has
not yet been nblo to satisfy his mini.', and
wants to make further experiments.
Tho London Spectator laments over tho
decadence of tho
in Great ISritain. It says : "There is in
this country but one great political insti
tution left alive, and that is apparently
endeavoring to commit suicide by
asphyxia. Tho throno ns n political
power is dead ; tbo lords arj dying, and if
tho nouso or commons loses tno respect ol
tho countrythero will bo nothing left."
PARDON OF DR. 1ILAISDELL,
Dr. Alvah Hlaisdol), a woll-kown distil
ler, was convicted somo timo ugo by tho
United States district court of defrauding
tho government by means of illicit distil
lation. Tho doctor was at ono timo pres
ident of a society organized to protect tho
government from whisky frauds. Soon
after ho was co.ivicted his friomls made
strenuous clfortt to sceuro his pardon nnd
havo at last succeeded. TlilY morning
Marshall Sharpo received from President
Grant n pardon for tho doctor ami ho will
bo set at liberty to-day.
A letter from London says Tharlow
Vocd was not as well on tho bth as when
he left Now-York. Ho expressed his in
tention of returning in a few days it his
health did not improvo.
Sergeant Quinn nnd Patrolman Falk, wero
tried to-day for publishing resolutions re
flecting upon tho 81th rogfincnt. They ac
knowledged their orror and throw them
selves upon tho mercy of tho commission
ers, who, in viow ot their good conduct
during tho riot, dismissed tho complaint,
excopt as to Quinn who was lined ono
day's pay for telling a falsehood in the
TUE ARMY OP THE JAMES MiUlETY.
Tho army of tho James society to-day
elected tho . following olllcors: Presi
dent, Hrcvot Moj. Gen. Joschp lilmwloy,
of Conn, j Vice Presidents, JJrovet Mj.
Gon. Charles K. Graham, N. Y., Hrcvot
Msi. Gon. Adelbort Amos. Miss., Urevet
line. Gen. U. l. Jiann, ins., urevet uon.
E. w. Kcssolborc: Hccording Soc'y. Ma).
John H. Howell j Treasurer Hrovot Hrig.
Ocn. Charles A Carlott, N. Y. Cliaplain,
Jtov. 1. xayior.
C01ICRN AFTER MACE.
Joo Coburn says ho is anxious to moot
Macu in tho ring, ami if Maco will In
creaso tho stako to $10,000 ha will i.cconi
modato him by going to Now Orleans.
MORE VIOTIMS OP THE ItJOT.
Edwin Stanton, ued 18, und Pctor Mc
Catl'ray died yestordoy from wounds re
ceived during tho riot on Wednesday.
Somo Irish, non havo hbiicd circulars
calling nn Indignation meeting this ovon
ing to protest against Oovernor Ilofl'man
issuing his proclamation.
A meetii g of Eastern manufacturera
was hold hero yesterday, tlio main ob
ject of whUh was to compMo arrnngc-
meiils for n convent on to bu noia in
Philadelphia on thu Cthof Stptjmber lo 1 tliiin umlJlm McUeehan, lndictud for tlio
organlzo u national bar-irou aBsociatlon. murder of Myors to Prublo county ; I.
Tua delegates to tho mooting roprcsontod Shooly to Montgomery. Jack Garner re
alty million dollars capiUl. 1 mains In Hutler.
Parih, July 10. The indictment upon
whicli ltochcfort is to bo tried, contains
tho following four counts I First, for tho
provocation' to hatred among citizens; sec
ond, tho incltemoLt to civil war and pil
lage: third, publication of false news nnd
spurious dispatches, knowing them to bo
false, consequently counterfeiting public
and private writings j fourth, complicity
in murdor by instigating tho nrrest nnd
execution of hostages.
Tho friends of tho ox-minister of nation
al dofenso deny tho reports that havo been
put out regarding his prostration nod
weakness. They assert that he is In no
way cast down; but, it mutt bo admitted,
his position, with such n list of charges
and tho members of a court-martlul for Ills
judges,, is a sufficiently serious one.
On tho yeth ult., ut Homo, tho Pope
held rt consistory to which llio had called
tho bishop of Zono, tn Htintrnry; of
Oporto, in Portugal, anil of St. Jngo, in
Cnpo Uevcrds, nndho afterwards publish
ed the nominations made since last month
in tho briof of tho Patriarch of Lisbon,
and of tho bishops of Hrngansa nnd Mu-
randn, in Portugal, nnd ot tho bishops of
Mezo and Elens, in partibus. Ho then ad
dressed tho Sacred Collcgo in Latin, in
which ho announced his decision In theso
Wo arc, my very dear brothers, in tho
lands of divtno Providence. Wo havo
nothing to expect from human aid, for
mnn has nbandoned us. Why should wo
dissemble It is better I should tell you
that kipgs and governments, forgetting
their promises, lcavo us to our fate. They
havo aaurossca us anu sent us warmest
congratulations on tho day of our jubilee,
but they nro fnr from taking any stops In
support of thclr mcssnges. Wo can hopo
for no help from any government or king.
Victor Emanuel will bo hero In n few
days and will bo nttended by ministers of
cutholis states. Wo have dono all that
was in our power but our efforts havo
failed. All is lost. You will
tell me, perhaps, that wo havo s'.ill hopo
in Franco: but France can do nothing.
Sho is going through a frightful crisis
which may be succeeded by others yet
more dtcudful. I repeat it, nil is lost, nnd
only .a miracle can save us. Turn then to
tho Almighty and seek this interposition
Tho inhabitants of Mutz have sent a pe
tition to Thiers, risking for tho pnrdon of
The Journoldo' Paris attacks vigorously
tho circular of tho prefect of tho Seine
which deprives occupants of furnished
lodgings of tho right to voto If they hove
not inhabited tho promises continually for
Tho Parisian press havo put forward a
partial list of candidates for the municipal
election?, which seoms to bo satisfactory to
Honkel announces himself to bo a can
didate for tho first vacancy In the assem
bly. 'it is roported that Washburnc, the Am
erican minister, has assured tho French
covcrnmont that persons convicted ot
criminal acts in Paris against the national
government during tho reign of tho
Communo will not bopctmltted to resido
in tho United States.
(JAM 11 ETTA.
Gambettn was beforo tho committee of
investigation apointed by the assembly to
eiiquiro into tho doings of tho govern
ment in record to tho national defense.
His testimony to-dav was principally with
regard to tho raising of troops during his
London, July 19. Tho Standard Hays
that Gladstono will abolish tho system of
purchases by nrmy commissioners.
Several members of the rovnl family
havo visltml XanWoow.
is decreasing in London.
of England, wifo of Prince Christian of
Schelswlg llolstive, is about to visit tho
continent to seek relief from affections of
QuEENtyrowN, July 19. Arrived, S. S.
Alcpho, from Hoston, and City of Lomcr
ick from New-York.
Londonderry, July 19. Arrived S. S.
Australia from Ncw-lork, and Saint Pat-
crick , lrom ('uebec.
Soutiiamiton, July 19. Arrived S. S,
Horlin, from llaltimorc, and Wcscr nnd
New-York, from New-York.
The Hague, July 19. Tho
II U llC!
chnmbcr of parliumcnt of Nethorln
bv a voto of 11 to 15 postponed, Indefi
nitely, tho further consideration of tho
treaty for cession of Now Guinea to Eng
(5 UK AT STUKM
! TRAIN THROWN FROM
KNdlNKKR K1LLK1) AND 12 TO
lo l'KRSONS WOUNDED.
Memphis, July 111. Tho storm last
night surpassed in fury anything wit
nessed horo lor years. Toiegrapn wires
north nro nil prostrated, trees uprooted,
and vast damngo dono to crops. Thu
ninht express train on llio Memphis nnd
Charleston railroad and henco to Chtttn
noogu, ran through tho trestlo which had
been washed uwuy by tlio Hood, near
Grand Junction, killing the engineer and
wounding 12 or 16 persons. 1'urtlior par
ticulars anxiously looked for.
VAN RORERTti MURDER CASE.
In tho Von Roberts murdor case, tho
jury, tills evening, returned a verdict of
IIOKV OPCAPT. 1ILOKUKTT POUND
1 OK YKNUK ail.VNTKIl IN TIIK
I (ilNTIVVATI. Julv ID. Tlio
dipt. Rlodgctt, Into of thoeteamorCHrllsli',
whicdi Inn Ficon II l.iiillL' since miiluiuht of
I Monday, was found in tho rivur horo this
1 A,fpecial to the Tliiies-Chronlcal, from
Hamilton, Ohio, says Judgu (lllnioro
Liranted a chaiiuii of venuo to Dun Mo-
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
.veo.ro killed iiy a pastry cook
killed ,r ATTKMITI.VO TO COLLECT
CincAno, July 19. m Denver, Col., on
Saturday night, John Hill, a pn5try cook,
In llroadwoll, shot and Instantly killed n
negro named E. Williams in Allen's sa
loon. Tho assassination seems to havo
been without cause.
A murder was perpetrated a fow days
sinco near Hreckcnbridgc, Caldwoll,
county, Mo., under tho following circum
stances: E. O. Havens, a druggist of that place,
had a bill against it man named Paddock,
who lived somo two miles from town nnd
started for tho purposo of collecting it,
accompanied by a man named Hoy, who
went for tho purposo of showing
Havens tho way. On nenring Paddock's
house, l'.av stopped in tho Lino near tho
home, whllo Havens rodoun to tho house,
and, calling for his debtor, Paddock camo
out. and aftor n few moment's conversation
said ho would go In nnd got tho monoy.
Ho camo out again nlmost immediately
with n gun which ho at onco raised and
discharged in tho direction whero l'ny
was standing, shooting him through tho
heart. Paddock at onco escaped, taking
his family with him, but was captured tho
following morning. Paddock says that
in discharging the gun ho merely meant
to scaro Havens and tnni no una no Knowl
edge of Hay's prcsonco.
AN INSUllANCK AGENT SHOT.
AnUKSTOt" THE ASSASSIN.
Pittsmuru. Julv 19. S. M. Lovoridce,
a former agent of tho Mutual Life Insur
ance Company, was shot in his oiuce nt
noon to-day, by M. K. Henry, of L'ticu,
Michizan. who arrived hero vcstcrdi.y.
Tho parties married relatives, and tho
difficulty grew out of n suit which had
boon brought by Mr. Lovcridgo to reoovcr
monoy lrom Henry.
Henri- cnno tu tho ollico uhd uskoJ Mr.
Lovoriifgo if ho was ready to muko recon
ciliation which Mr. Lovcridgo declined,
when Henry deliberately shot him in tho
side, thu ball lodging in tbo lungs. Tho
wound is thought to bo fatal. Henry at
tempted to shoot nffiiin, but was overpow
ered, arrested nnd lodged in jail.
KILDEI) IIY THE CARS KOUSH WITH
1IIH THROAT CUT THE (lUAhSHOP
PERS. . . . w: f . . 1 tn 11. .1.1
OT. 1AUI., .1111111., .1111 iraim
"Wright was killed by the cars last night
at tho Northern l'uciuo rnuroou junction
An unknown man employed on tho
farm of Caspar Orhlln, near St. Paul, was
WITH Ills THROAT CUT,
a probablo suicide.
are reported destroying tho crops on tho
THEFT DETECTION SUICIDE.
Aldan v. N. Y.. July 19. Joseph Hojr.
born, a clork for Tiilinghart 6: Co., being
detected to-day in appponriating nis em
ployer's money, attemptod to shoot himself,
but tbo ball lodged In n largo pocKet-booK.
Ho then throw himself from n window into
tlio street and was picked up scnsclcs. Ho
will probnnlydlc. Ho has hitherto borno
a good reputation'
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Orleans, July 19, 1871.
F LOUR Scarce ; supcrUnu S l.7oo.00:
XX$5.105.75; XXX f0.000.'J5.
CORN Unchangd; 718Uc.
OATS Dull at 07Qi,USC.
HAY-Primo $30; choico $32.
PORK Dull ; mess held at $15.75.
RACON Dull at75'J:Jc.
HAMS Sugar cured U(u15c; choico
LARD tiuict; ticrco 10J10JCj keg
SUGAR flood to common 101c.
MOLASSES Nothing doing. "
WHISKY "Western rectified 90c
Sr. Louis, July 10.
FLOUR Firm and unchanged.
WHEAT Firm by Inspection. No. 1
red, full, S10710S; No'iS$M5: No. 2
$120. Ry sample No. 3 $112115: No. 1!
CORN Dull and lower. Mixod-l'J
r0c bulked mixed 57oric; yollow 68
69 : whlto 02 to (i:ic.
OATS Dull. Now mixed 10 to 41c;
bulk now mixed and whito 48 to 60c in
RYE Rotter at 60 to 68c for prime.
PORK Dull and unchanged. Uulk
meats dull sales i loose, clear rib, to arrive
roported $7.2u delivered horo.
HACON Dull and lower on shoulders
and sides. Shoulders 7 to 7 Jc ; cleur rib
8Jto8Jci clear sides 9c.
LARD Nominul j lOo choico kottlo.
COFFEE Firm j J to Jc higher, 10J to
19c; skimmings to choico llio round
higer for small lots; Sugar, no Louisiana
in tlrst hands; Porto Rico 11J to 12 Jo ; re
fined sugars steady and firm j Plantation
moluses 00 for choico by quantities, small
lots hingcr; sugar homo 10 to -18c; High
wines higher, 00c.
M llOI.USAI.t: C'llOl'KltH.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
J AVHOLESALE GltOOEUS,
A'(i, keep cou-liiuly on hand n most coin
plettt stock ot
M'liTCll ANU HUSH WHISKIES
-CI I N B,
Port, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
I) 8MVTH A CO. sell oxcluslvoly for cash, to
XV. vmlcli tact iney invito tnu especial alien'
tiou of close baralu buyers.
Hjifeinl atttntion yhtn ta Filling Orictrs.
FIHST 2f ATIOXAOaNK
DAMi:L IlUIin, President;
HOllKItT W. MILLER, Vice-President I
C. N. IIUlllIES, Cashier.
EXCIIANnK, coin, bank note and United
Statos securities boup,ht and sold.
InlrrcM Allowed on Time Deposit.
Clinrterotl .Wnrrli 31, 1H09.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO.
A. TI. SAKFOUtl. President:
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
W. II VflLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. W. Ilmn.AT,
V. M. 8i.H-k.nrTn.
It. M. Ci'xsivmiM,
W. P. lULllDiT.
J. 51. riiiLur.
OrpoxltN of nny Amount rtorrUcd front
Trn I'entt I'linnnN.
1NTKHKST paid on deposits si the raleot six
percent, pernnniim, .Mnreh 1st snd Pptem
twr Nt. Interest not wlthdrnnn N added iinme
dlstHjr to the principal or the deposits, thereby
giving Ihem compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
St) THAT mt CMS MX CHAW lr.
CUT UUSIUCSA U.I) ITUIH J ll.tTl Id t p.lll.,
anil aturdajr erntnj lor SAVINO DEPOSITS
only, from 6 to a o'clock.
TJIE CITY NATIONAL
4' A I HO ILLINOIS.
W. P. HALLIPAV, President;
A. It.HAFKORO, Citshler!
WALTER HVSLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Staats Tavwu, hosibt H. CvKMSturtur,
Scott Wimr, W. P. HitiiDir,
C.to. I). S'lUtIMIOS, STtrutu IllUD,
A. II. S.irroaD.
KxelimiRC, Coin nnd I'liltcd NtatCH
Iloutl IloiiKht and Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prep.ircd lo supply customers with the best
PITTSBURG km ILLINOIS
OKIIRIM left nt IIMIIday Ilros. olllco, 70 OHIO
LKVKB, or nt tho Conl Yrd bolow tho tit.
intirn'4 noici, win nceiro iiromnt
TUB Till) MONTAUK'1 ill Lr
side steamerH nt nny dour.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
is prt'pnred to do all klndtiof plalnandorna
KALSOM1NINO, PAPER HANGING
SI ON WRITING, ETC.,
At figures u Inch defy all competlOD, and in the
highest sljlotrthe painter's art.
SHOP IN tiie"Tkry HOUSE,
COKNKlt OP COMMKItCIAL AY1SNUJ! AND
JB hereby ri en that detault having been made
for nioro ilum sixty days in the payment or a
portion of llie amount secured to be paid by a
ctTtmii moriK'Ku exocuied by William 11. tfcliut
icrlu f siniii'l Miiata Taylor and Edwin Pnrsons,
dilutees or tha Cairo City Propoily, dated Slay
lmh, A. 1. ISiU, ami recorded In tho Itecorder'a
oitU't', mand for AUxanderconnty, In tho atateot
Illinois, in book "1"' or deeds. Mine SI. eta., wa.
the understated, said trustees, will on KriilsT,
tho'JUt day or July, Instant, A. O. 171, at 10
o'clook In tlio torenoon of that day, under and by
vlrtuti ot tha power or sale contained In said
mortgage, sell, at publlo auction, to the highest
uiuuer, ior caso, at tno omco uiuiumx ot saia
trustees, corner of Washington avenue and lsth
Hireei, in llio cny oi miro, in Aiexnjer county
and stile of Illinois, all the right, title and inter-
eat ot sum William It. Miuuer or nis assigns, in
and to lots numleredone, I, two,;.: tnree, J, rour,
4, live, ft, six, u, seven, 7. eight, s, nine, 'J, ten, lo,
eleven, fl, twelve, it, thlttcen, 13, fourieen, It,
nfteen, IS, sixteen, lii.oeventecn, 17, eighteen, is,
nineteen, PJ, twenty, iW, twenty-one, 41, twenty
i.vo, -ti, ieui)-ihree, ii, twenty-four, JS, twenty,
five, twentv-slx, is, twentT-aevcn, 27, twenty
eight, at, twenty-nine, 'a, thlrtr.ao, thirty-one,
at thlrt-two, VI. thlrly-three, il thirty tour, 31,
thltty-flvo. 'A thirty-tlx, M, tliltty.seven, 17,
tnirty-eight, 'M, thirty-nine, 3a, and lortyto to tha
block fllty-aeven, 67, in the Aral addition to the
said city uf Cairo, accordld to the recorded plat
thareof, with the appurtenances, to satisfy tha
I VurP4e " ot Zrfflfa
1 Trustees ot tho Cairo City Property
1 mJC?dl0, IU. Jul StU, 1971.