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JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.,
n elm hold's
CAT AW II A GKAI'K 1'ILLS.
C'ATAWIIA ORAl'E PILLS.
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CATAWIIA URArE I'lLLS.
CATAWIIA (IRATE I'lLLK.
A X O J X jtY XX J. XJ JU ii.
FLUID EXTRACT HARSAI'ARILLA.
KI.UID KXTKACT BAlUUrARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAl'ARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
ILUID EXTRACT SARSAl'ARILLA,
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rLUlI) EXTRACT BARS ATA RILLA.
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HELMHOLD's FLUID KXTRACT HARSAI'A-
Cure nil Eruption i of Hie Skis.
lELMUOLD'H FLUID EXTRACT HARSAPA
R1LLA Cures (lie wont form of lilood Dl.ca.c..
Kottri heavily U) the Circulation of the
f.I MllfllT. H F I .ITT II flYTILAfT MlH.ll1!
Ileautlfies the Complexion.
In. IaLIIa 1. enuul In Btrenffth In o.i. u.lln:i of
Djrut. ur l.tt.o."luilP usually inwi.l im
ine-r m auoeu 10 n inni oi wmer rumis inf
A uengntiui beverage.
HELMUOLD's CATAWIIA ORATE PILL8
HELUROLD'h CATAWIIA ORATE TILLS
A pleasant, safa and ajrrcat!a Cathartic.
HELM HOLD'S CATAWIIA ORATE I' ILLS
.1 In til alltctions a Purgative Medicine
IIELMROLIi's CATAWHA ORATE PILLS
I vinlcsi to a clilld. and Ink en lir children.
HELMIIOLD'S CATAWIIA ORAPE PILLS
erede Magnesia, Halts and uvery other Pur.
HELM1IQLD B CATAWIIA 'URAPU TILLS,
crlaln In efli-et, iinil pleasant In operation.
IIKJ.3UIUl.lJ a LAI A , 11A UllAri. 1'Ji.l.
Is not a patented Pill,
IIELlinOLD 8 CATAWIIA OHAPK 1'ILLW
'Oinjtoscu; Dl LMWluiap .ruitenjui riuiu
has two bottles of HELMIIOLD'S SAR.aA
ll.LA and one boX'ol IMLb-wVvrii tlielr
ht In sold.
better investment con bo nude tor to small
ELMUOLD 8 FLUID KA. Ill At, 4 IIUUJIU
fin. untiiriil n wnrhf.wlde fame.
,L of my preparations aro meritorious. A
period of tweuty years has proved this to
remarks mado Ijjt Ileniamln Traverse, F. II.
Hpeaklns of those Ulseaxes, and diseases
e from the excess of mercury, h state
no remedy Is eual to the Kilraot or tint
It, its power is extraordinary, more aotlisn
e strictest sense, n tonic, with tills InTtluable
mte that It is applicable to a stale of the
othcr substance, of tho tonla class untvaii.
HEMAHKHol the OREAT CUEMISTS AM)
, mcii ur akiciuua ;
Wm, K. Warner A Co.-,
IK North Third street, Philadelphia, ra.
.lefiifelTficnJ I coniirktultU' tou on
the handsomest and at the same time the
.ffrctire Pill that I liTe ever known for the
set Intended. , WM. It. WAlt.NEIl A CO.
medtes re tho result of Iouk and careful
, Tho Fluid Extrncts hare boeu before tho
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proyei their vaiuo. All hare been iei.efit
thiv ktinJ iiDeiiualledi In the exteai of
Hie. and UDurpa8cd bv any medicament
1 Dispensatory of the uniieu Elates, not
ing a single jiciu, i.uu., .,..,, ui wvicn-
.J T nlaln, nil mtnnt.i Im. anrl )illfl
Flsn) any Impression or prejudice that
exist In the mmas 01 many againsiiiny
r-.. .t.n nnVil initv nlvAii (hrniir.li
islng, and that I nm and hare been a drug,
r a period of twenty yours, and more con-
.. f (hi, iiui fftttArfrnm ihk ItrtTit.l
..tnU,l vith Mr. 11. T. llelmboldi he.
Od the uruc Biure upi'u.uo fiij rv.iucuvu,
as successful In conducting the bUslneaa
others had not bcone)utlly ao before Mm.
been ravoraoiy ""R":B?AW,y'iw"
- Tk tlTlnlilm.n tM.n,ir.Mlln'.
iilik Ilmutl utr.AT. Phillo -
4LL flTAMD ON TIIEia MKalTa, "
ill I have tnoumu 01 uiiciiuk vm iiio amiu
len years. . ... . ,
money and fanje on tpc r.eneciiveaMi,
vlllnu style in which ilip pill Itself Js mode.
. . 1 1 " 1 I . 1 1 alttw will, wfhnl
are now mr"M
loy have been prepared. After examlna
) English or French preparation will enow
care, u 4 w.i I .
nt f the naiiseous-lookins:.- carelessly
I boxes, and made (euemlly, or oitored
o having to experience as physicians.
ic ne oneroii uy yuuw "
II V. II SJ.HB1H1.1I.
Palaco Drug Store, No. 601 Broadway,
I'harmacy.ailscy Jlouse, uroauway, unci
orK ... .
er 1'Iiarmacy, imnunouiai iimmii, "
ia t and No. 104 South Tenth street, Dill
n nv nnrnniHTli EVIHYW1IKRE.
TH E BULLETIN.
lleirrl mpelnlly for the Cairo
lliiirillii. Ten Iium In autvisncc ofHt.
THK WAU CLAIMS OF KEN
TUgKY. HKK1), OF FLORIDA, AFTF.lt A
. i VI u I : f ' '
SAVANNAH CUSTOM HOUSE
Vahimnoto., July 20. Iteprcsentatlve
Ue:k and tho Adg't. Own. of Kentucky
had an Intcrvlow with .Secretary Itout
well to-day about Kentucky claims. The
only question in controversy ia the fact t
to wiiuiner ino troops mrnuneu ana equip
ped by that itato wcro actually muttered
Into tho service of tho United ritates.
(invernrir Heed, of Klnriilt. Is horn luuk-
1 ne after a defalcation of eight thousand
dollars In Jackionvlllu pott office The
money was taken bv tho money order
clerk. Tho poitniaitcr hat mado good the
nmouni to tuo government.
EX HON E RAT ED.
Secretary Uoutwell to-dav .oxamlaad
inbn the S.vsnnsh nmlnm hnuaa defalca
tion and fully cxhoratea Collector Hobb
irom an blame, mi deputy maae iuu
confeuion of appropriating tho rnltiini;
is expected to deliver hi opinion to Sec
retary Bout well upon the very important
question now pending before tho trentury
department. It will bo rcmombercd that
tho order of Commliiloner l'lcaianton in
structing commissioners and collectors not
to nucts or collect tax on dividends for
tho last four months of 1870. was revoked
on tho 10th of May, under tho ruling of at-
were directed to uovern themselves ac
cordingly in assessing and collooting tax
embraced within the scope of tho decision.
TVhcn this order was announced, protoits
agalnit its enforcement wero sent to the
jecrctary of tho treasury from all tho lead
ing railroad corporations and bank
ing institutions throughout the country. It
was represented that the dividends and in
terest on coupons had already been paid
without deducting tho government tax and
that it was done in obedlanco to an order
from Commissioner l'learnnton. Kow
thoy havo no way of securing tbemtolvoi
in case tho government oxacts a tax, while
thn act for which they niust bo hold liable .
is thn t of tho government official wboio au
thority they hod no right to nuottion.
Tho case presented to tho solicitor ii a
novol opyunu -upon uis decision rests; tho
suspension' or collection of tho tax; whilo
the attorney general hat construed tho act
of July 14, 180, so as to make railroad
ar.d insuranco companies liabloto tax for
tho last flvo months of tho year 1870, yit
it Is a question which may oventually
nnvo to be settled by tho courts, whether
tho government is not bound by tho acta
of its officials and collection of tax de
Washington, July 20. Tho area of
lowest baromctar, which wo 'Wednes
day, over Delaware has moved north-east
ward to tno bay oi runay, ana tuo barotco
ter has risen very generally from Illi
nois to tho gulf and to New England.
Tho pressure nas fallen somewhat this p.m.
on ino gun coast, xno lemporatur nas
fallen slightly on the middle of tho Atlan
tic coast, and from Alabama to Louisiana
and northward to Illinois. North-westerly
winds and clear or clearing wcathor pre
vails in the middle :und'oitern itatc and
westward to Mississippi. Threatening and
rainy woathcr it reported from Iowa.
Heavy rains have been reported from
Louisiana to South Carolina. ,
1 probAhilities. ' '
It it probable tho barometer will fall
somewhat with tho threatening weathor
and rain by Thursday night from Georgia
to Mississippi, and that brisk north-westerly
winds will be experienced to-night on
lake Superior and northern lake Michigan.
Threatening woathcr with light rain will
probably extend eastward to lake Michigan
on Friday. Partially cloudy a'nd pleatant'
weaklier, probably, lor lower lakes anu
Uhlo valley and oaitward to the Atlan
LINCOLN MONUMENT ASSOCIA
TION. . ,
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
NEEDED TO COMPLETE
CiiidAao, July 20. Adispatcii rocoivod
hero from Springfield, 111.,, iy t t
THE LINCOLN MONUMENT ASSOCIATION
had a meeting to ascertain tliblr flimnciul
condition. It was .found thoy. iJOUlday,
for tho monument, as" It Is", tho bronzo
stntuto of Lincoln, anil for tbo grading of
tho grounds. This will leavo tho four
groups of statuary h,qy contemplated In,
tho original design unprovided for. Tlio
purpose of tho association has been 'to
build just no far as thoy could pay. Thev
havo dqno so and are now 'out of debt.
Tho croups of statuary will cost fifty
thnnsand dollars, ftnd wlll bo iinuitht lr"hn
money can bo raised., i , n , ,
WOMEN T0. 3E ADMITTED TO
THE WESTLEYAN UNI-
, VARSITY, ,
Hartford, ''Jttly' 20.--AI a biitlnoss
meeting of tho alumni of thb
at Mlddlotown yostorday, resolutions were
pntsed'.doolaring thattfioro is nothing in
mo cuaracior oi wio, uinvuin, mi in
cludes ladles from prlvllogos.'Rnd bopo
thoy will avail ihomtolvoi of tho opp'ortu-
nit?" , "S.
One young lady contotnplftted seeking
admission this year,
1. I. . 1, . . ..n.MAM will V.
admitted to privilege Itvjbo fnituUOD.
THE UNJUST JUSTICE SHAN
DLER. New-York, July 20. A lady calling
herself Mrs. Ilortenso 'Watson, alleged to
bo tho wlfo of Judge 'Watton, of Califor
nia, was prosecuted to-day by Coleman
Macy, proprietor of the Coleman liouac,
for a hotol.blll, Her council produced 1 t
ter to prove that tho was tho wlfo of
Judgo Watson, and laid that tho did not
intend to defraud, but that the waa disap
pointed in remittances from California.
Jutlico Shandlcr tent licr to the peni
tentiary for two months. Sho twoonod
when romoved to prison,
i New-York, July 20. At a meeting of
OtDIOK LOYAL l.KAOUE
of Orangemen. last .evening, resolutions
were adopted thanking Gov. Hoffman, the
military and the police for the protection
afforded them on the 12th.
At an indignation
MEETING OF THE IRIHI-AMEHICAN
hold last night, Stephen J. Mcary, in a
speech, laid: "How can .we avongo tho
blood of tho men which hat bcon thud 7
How are wo to sccuro proper protection
in this country for tn'on of our own rkco?
Shall Orangemen and know-nothings rulo
this city 7 Noverl nivorf said tho
speaker, "shall tho tcon,i of "Wednesday
last bo permitted again." When ho saw
the dead on Wednesday hit blood curdled
in his tout, and he prayed to Ud that lie
wbuld live too too tho dny when tho act
would bo avenged. Cheers. It was
hard to seo armed ruffians shooting down
-innocent men and women for the crime of
looking upon fodlih Ornngcmen. Wo
men had been mado widows and children
orphans for tho caprlco of ono innn, in
'Albany, who came to New York, ,to ro
voko the humane order of tho mayor.
A voice: Hang him on tho lamp post.
Meary No I No I
My friends, I pledge myself that every
drop of blood shed that day shall bo legal
ly avenged if there bo law in New York :
nover again shall tuoh oefltirrimceabe 'per
mitted in New Yolk ; never again "shall
organized ruffians bo allowed to Insult
Irish citixtni. '
We haro foo,ghfto lphold tho Constitu
tion of tho United Stales (cheers) and the
Legislature must prohibit tuch proccttiont
It Jcnnnot do leis thin the Engliib House of
Commons which prohibits Orango pro
cessions in Ireland. When was an
Orangoman found fighting tho .battlos of
the, Union. Hibernians and Catholics
havo kopt aloof from tho parade
that day. If thoy had not done so thore
would bo, a different story to tell. If the
law doct not vindlcoto itsolf, then I may
say something elso to yoa at another time.
Gov. Hoffman should nover rccolvo the
votes of Irishmen. Never! no, never I
TENNIE C. CLAFLIN
publicly announces hersolf a candidate for
congress from tho eighth district.
At a convention of Ihu
CATHOLIC TEMPERANCE KOCIETY
to-nlght, a resolution censuring tho milita
ry for firing, on tho 12th Instant, wnt, vot
John Jlaylan, In a letter,
that Gen. McQuado was sont by Governor
Hoffman (o leo Mayor Hall on tho Mon
day morning before the riot ; or that ho
saw tho mayor at all that morning. This
information Mr. Ilaylan says ho has from
Gen. -McQuado himself. Mr. Ilaylan : ad
mits that Gen. McQuado told him to write
to Gov. Hoffman a long letter on Monday
night, and advise him to como to Now
York at he anticipated trouble. He says
at that time" '(Monday night), ho had no
knowledgo of Hjirs jiroclamatioa. siu-
f lending tlTo Orange parade; conscquont
y ho did not write anything of tho kind
Ill 'I J . II
SEVERAL SHOCKS OF EARTH
QUAKE. REPORTS flKOM. BOSTON, POT
LAND A'D ELSEWHER.E
Boston, July 20. A suvoro -shock of
earthquake was folt in Boston this a. m,
Saco, Ma, July 20. The cities of Saco
an- Beddford.woro pretty well shaken-up
by anoarthquako at ono o'clor.k;this morn
ing. Tho peoploi genorary were awak
onod and alarmed, but no particular dam
age was dono. r
Brunswick, Me., Juh- 20. A Sovoro
shock of eartbquoko was felt horo at ono
o'clock this morning. P rsons that wcro
awake at that hour say it wot, tho most
TioloittbockfjTcr oxpj'rioncodjin that lo
Portland, Me., July 20. A distinct
thock of earthquake, lasting throo or flyo
seconds, was felt In this city at ton o'clock
this morning. - Persons in tho stroets fell
to the cround and trembled with fear.
'Buzzing noises wore board in the air. The
shock patted from the north to tho south
Portsmouth, N. IL, Julv 20. A sevoro
so:k of earthquake' was felt horo about
one, o'clock; this .morning. 1 Windows nnd
crockery 'rattled, beds shook. Tho plaster,
ing in the jail fell from tho ceilings, and
tho night ,workmen-in ono of the breweries
ran nut very much frightened, ,
p tCoNCORD, N.' H.J July 20. A heavy
shock of earthquako was folt .horo at ono
o'clock1 this morning, acco'mpnriicd by a
doop,- , hoavy rumbling noise. It
paiiou from tho north to tho south. The
shock was to sovoro that church bolts wero
caused to ring. Koports from different
parts of tho stato indicato that tho
fiuako wos vory gonoral.
JUNKETINO GRANT REfURNS
TO HIS COTTAGE BY
LoNd Branch, July 20. Presldont
Grant returned from Potighkpopito this
afrnbon, wboro ho witnessed the exhibi
tion drill of the Forty-iovcnth regiment,
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 21,
A RAILROAD TRICK EXPOSED.
MONUMENT TO THE MEMORY
OF VALLANDIOHAM- t
ARRESTED .FOR ATTEMPTING
TO RAPE THIIKH Jill
. - -r n
Cis'ciNNA.Ni. July i0. About thrco
moths ngo n rnllrond company wo organ
IzcdTorc, known its the Kentucky nnd
Orcnt Kcustcrn. with Colonol S. W, Mor
ton, of Now-York,- its president, A. J.
Hodges, vlcu president, nnd, betides these,
as' directors Gorf. Preomont nnd Gen.
Banks', bf 'Ma, Judge Cutter, of Marietta,
J. M. Duke, of Maysvill?, and James T.
Brady, of Pittsburg. This was ostensibly
to construct u ruilroad fnom Cincinnati to
Gitlcttsburg, Ky., under tho charter
grunted by tho Kentucky legUln'.uro last
year. This then did not attract mucli at
tention, it now appears that it was but
it small purl of tho purpose. That tho
real plan wos to build another railioad to
New-York city, through Kentucky nnd
ncrot Wist Virginia to Point of llocks;
Vn., thciico by tbo road now constructing
(l,r,,u.,l, V..I.L- l.w..l:.. 1,. f.. .!,
eastern tcrmltmi. It is stated tiint thol
company tins purcluiscd tho franchise und
property of the Maysvlllo ur.d Big Sandy
railioad which is to bucomo n pnrt of tho
Those interested claim" 'till will bo by
measurement 121 miles shorter mule from
Cincinnati to New-York, than by tho
MONUMJiNT TO MR. VALLANDIOII AM.
A movement is uctivoly progresjlng nt
Dayton to erect a monument to tho mem
ory of Valhindlgham.
"David Evans, a carpenter on tho
steamer Gonernl Buell, was arrested to
day charged with committing or attempt
ing to commit u rape on thrco little girls,
ngud from ten Jlo thirteen yeun. The girls
Identified him to-duy after tho nrrcst.
Tho statement of tho girls Is must revolt
ing. They say ho lured them into n lum
ber yard whoro ho violated thu person of
the oldest whilo ho held the other two by
their drecscs to prevent their escape,
and then threatened to kill thorn if thoy
revoalcd anything. Tho act was dono
throo weeks ago and only enmo to light by
the mothor of the violated girl discover
ing tbo lacerated parts of tho child.
Kvans reside.! hero nnd hns an estimable
family, and his friends aro greatly .ur
prised nt tho rovclution. Evans says ho
knows nothing about it, but whether ho
will bo nblo to exonerate himself from tho
terrible chargo will doubtless soon appear.
ARRESTED FOR KU-KLUXING
LAW-SUIT FOR THE OWNER
SHIP OF A PATENT
BREACH OF PROM TSE CASE
ONLY A HALF MILLION
Xouisville, July 2Q. Deputy Mar
thai Wyatt to-day brought in from Estill
county, and lodged in jail here, nino men,
charged with complicity in tho recent ku
klttx affairs in that county. Lust Satur
day night four men
the house of Ucubcn nnd Martha Mason
(colored) six miles from Shclbyvillo.
Ucubcn escaped but tho men entorcd nnd
whlppod Martlia severely and left orders
for both to leavo tbo neighborhood im
mediately. On Tuesday night several
raon went, to tho am'o ho'uso and' en
deavored to set it on tiro but Heuben shot
at them nnd drovo them off.
John Myors, Lewis Washbunio nnd
r. . --if .-j'i-.-.l.
,W m, jvopiinger wcro urrcsieu jor iuu ui
fento, examined boforo tho magistrate nnd
discharged. To-day they wero brought
beforo U. S. Commissioner Beatty, of this
city, and held to bail in tho sum of 1500
each to answer to tho clmrgo, beforo tho
'Tho excursion party of tho eastern agri
cultural editors arrived hero Inst night and
left this morning fur tho Mammoth Cave,
where they will ronialn till Monday.
Thore orosovnnteen In tho party.
Tlicro is considerable talk hero of 11
IIIIKACH OK PROMISE SUIT
for it half million, threatened to bo brought
shorllyngainst-nprominont- nnd woalthy
business man, of this cjty by, ft, lady widely
known as'bho'or tho gayest belles of
UNITED STATES'CIIIOUIT COURT.
Tho United States circuit court, Judge
Ballard presiding hnsjboon occupied fur n,
month with rin important pntent eiife,
which was a suit brought by .1. JJ. uatn
right against John II. Brand' lor Infringe
ment on Gathright's patent known m tho
CALL-FOR A. CONSERVATIVE
RicjiMONi), July 20. Tho conservative
Stato executive committee have decided to
call a .convention on tho, ilOth of August
for tho reorganization of tho party.
11A8E 'HALt;. " ' ''
Fort Wav.sk, Indiana, July; 30,
Tho gamo botw'oon tho Athletics of
Philadelphia, and , KcckongiiiP, of this
city, was wpn' by tho forraonclub. Scorn
of tho Keckongliis 0, 0, 2, 0, 0, fi, 0, 0, 0,
Total 7. Atlilclhips-rri, 3. 8, O, 0. O, 6, !,
4. Total 25. Hunk Kookonlgns 0, Ath
lotlcs 10. W. L. Laiuimi of tho latter
club acted ns umpire.
THK LAST 01" 1812.
, Portland, Mo., July 20. J. P. Boyd
died to-day, aged bO "years. Ilo whs tho
last surviving mombor of tho class of
'18l!s of Bodoln coIIpko. In early life ho
was a lawyer and in later years cashier of
CaVo iratiETTnirfforwurdj President of
tho Canal Bank.
RED CLOUD ON THE WAR PATH.
TRIAL OF A MURDERER;
THREE WOMEN ON THE JURY'
SALARIES OF STATE OFFICERS;
Omaha, July 20. At n special election
hold to-day, bonds In tho nmoimt of ono
hundred thousand dollars for tho comple
tion of tho high school wcro voted almost
THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
In session at Lincoln, have fixed tho mlarv
of tho governor at $f.000; secretary of
mm anu nuunur ai i,ow; treasurer nt
?2,fi00; nnd tho attorney general nt $2,600.
As tho salary of tho governor hns hcroto
foro been but $1,000 per annum, and oth
or stato officers in proportion, this in
crease is suppoicd to bo an Inducement to
Tho last accounts from Fort Fillmore
nnd his party is making ready for tho wnr
path, and that he lias itlrondy got out hit
small stealing parties bringing in stock.
Tho trial of Nourse, tho man who killed
three of his companions is underprogress.
SEVEN MEN AND THREE MARRIED WOMEN
compoto tho jury. Tho husbands and
children of tho lady jurors mado an In
ellcctunl effort to get tho lady jurors re
leased from cmtodv during tho night of
tho 17th Inst.
SIX THOUSAND WOMEN AND
I CHILDREN KILLED IN SUP
PRESSING THE COM
MUNE. SEATS IN THE FRENCH AS
SEMBLY. HOW THE REPUBLIC GAGS
PA RE PA ROSA SAILS FOR
ANTICIPATED RIOT AT DUB
Pakip, July 20. Tho Germans havo
evacuated tho town of Khu Eilo for tho
purpose of allowing invalids to visit their
The French budgoU for 1871 havo bcon
reduced 124,000 Jtrancs. Tbo ;appropri
atlons for tho war department nro unalter
ed. Explosions contlnuo in tho powder
LK DUO ROLLINS
announces himself as a candidato for tho
first vacancy In tbo assembly.
A meeting will bo hold at Hydo Park,
London, on Sunday next, tho anniyorsary
of tho great reform demonstration of
lCI, which was broken up by tho polico
after n llcrco conflict in which palings
wero broken down nnd much unmago
done. Mnny persons wcro Injured.
Madnrnosollo Parepa Bosn will tail for
New York in tho Scotia on Saturday. ,
Dublin, July 20. Tho election for a
member of Parliament for tho county
Monaghan resulted In tho election of
Charles II. Leslie, tho consorvativo and
fanners rcnrcscntalivo of tho county. Tho
voting still continues, but enough is I
known to justify tho foregoing statement. J
A mob of thrco thousand strong entered
Monaghan this morning. Disturbances
of a serious naturo nro threatened nnd tho
keepers of public houses havo been order
ed to close their establishments. Troops
havo boon hastily dispatched to quoll the
IF THEV DON'T.
Versailles, July 20. In tho assembly
to-dav llniiii'tta inovod 11 resolution that
tho doputics who do not tako their scan
within a specified tima shouldbo consider
ed to hnvo resigned.
VIVE LA REPBULIC.
Paris, July 20. Gon. Lodmyrault pro
hihlts nloctioniil meetings in Paris.
B. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avonuo
7-30 GOLD LOAN.
JAV nXIKK A CO. are now Bu'.llnR at par the
Firm MurlKaKn Land (Irani (Inld llnndu of tho
Norlhrru PhcIoo ltallroad Coinjiany bearing sev
en and three tciitlu percent. uold IntercHt nmtHC"
cured by 11 rut ami only inortgnKo on tho entire
road and equipments and on more than
22.0Q0 ACRES OF LAND
to every mile .of track, or 600 Acrea of Land to
each f 1,iO0 llnid. Tlioieli 110 other aocurily ill
Urn niurket more unto or ao iiriilltuble.
The liiehest current price will bo paid for U.S.
I'lVllTWKNTllM, anil all other marketable ae
.mritlra received In exohaiiKe. Pamphlet, map
and full iufurinaliou furnished 011 application.
LUNT, PRESTON & KEAN,
(eneral Akenta for llllnoln, Wbennaln, MinncHota
and Kurtlitrn Indiana,'
T 1 1 1-: CITY NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Ciiicaoo, July 20, 1871.
FLOUK Dull and irregular; good to
choice spring extra $5.25(T?,."6.
WHEAT Unsettled but firmer; closed
at $l.ll1.13j July; 1.081.08p AuR.
COHN Firmer and fair demand; M)o
caih; Ci0 toller July; IOjcl9J seller
OATS Quiet und firm at 3la August;
It YE Firm ; No. 2 r.SJc cash.
BAULEI Dull and oaslcr at 73c Sep
tember. NEW ORLEANS.
Mew Orleans, July 20.
FLOUR In demand; superfine $l.7fl
to 6.00; treble, $0 00 to 7.00.
UUlt.N in good demand; whilo boo.
OATS Firm nt 07 to C80.
POBK Dull and offered nt $15.75.
BACON Dull nt 75c: rib. 9Je: tides.
ivMi LAUD Steady nt Uj tolljc.
SUGAR In fhlrdcmand; fair at 10?c:
WHISK Y Quiet at 02jo to $1.00. All
St. Louis, July 20.
FLOUR Firm with fair demand.
WHEAT Firm but slow; No. a red
fall, $1.27 In elevator.
CORN Dull ; 10 to 17 bulk mixed on
OATS Dull at 10 to tic bulk mixed
WHISKY Qulot at 03c.
PORK Dull nt 515 to 15.25, jobbing
and order lots.
BACON On orders, shoulders, 7c;
clear rib. 83c: clear, 91.
LAUD Quiet; choico in small way,
10 to lOJc.
New York, July 20.
FLOUR dull to-dav.
WHEAT firm anil quiet atS1.30140.
CORN qulot and weak nt C!)Jc.
OATS aro less active at C303j.
PORK quiet at SI 1.02J! 1.75.
LARD dull at 11c.
Cincinnati, July 20.
WHEAT - Steady; now red $1.22($l .24 .
CORN Dull at 51055c.
OATS Dull; now43715c; old nom
inal. RYE Dull ; 73075.
BARLEY Nominal at 8000o.
WHISKY Firm nt 02c.
PORK Dull and prices nominal. It
va offerod at $11.50.
LARD Dull at 101.
Toledo, Ohio, July 20.
WHEAT 1 to 2o better; amber
Michigan 1.22J; rso. red, Sl.23; .No. 2
red, $1.21 J; No. 3 whito Wnbash, S1.23.
CORN Qulot and low; mixed 65 to 50c;
OATS lc better; No. 1, Glc, nnd
LAKE FREIGHTS Unchanged.
Milwaukee, July 20.
WHEAT Firm nt $1.03.
Detroit, July 20. Wheat unsettled,
extra $1.30, No 1 whito $1.25, now do
s.itno prico, now red sold at $1,180110
Binco. offered. Corn CO0O1, old oats on
tho spot 5'J0CO, for now, seller 10 days1
Bvfkalo, July 20. Flour, wheat and
oats inactive, nominally iin.tgoa.
Corn n Jo j 3000 bushols, western on tho
spot nnd to arrive 68. Freights unchang
ed. lti:.VL. KSTATK AtlKXT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (second floor) ohio lev ee,
Buy and Skll Rk.vi. Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kind.. I
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepaied to do all Mnda of plain and orna
KAI.SOM1N1NG, PAPER HANGING
HIC1N WRITINU, KTO ,,
At tlgii res which defy nil cnmprtlon, and in the
Inglii'st ftvlocf U10 putnter'a art.
SHOP III THE"TERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMKltl'IAI. AVENUE AND
IB hereby given that do-ault having been maile
for more than sixty diya In thu payment of it
portion of the amount urcururt lo be paid by a
certain mortgage executed by William II. Hchtit
terto tatniielM.iJta Taylor and Edwin Parsons,
trustee of the I ami City Propo ly, dated May
Hull, A, I). I1'-'1, and rrconlrd In lliu Iteconler'a
nttlce, luand lor Alexander county, in tho alateot
Illinois, In lHiOk"P" of ilevda, paga ill, elu,, wu,
the underlgiiod, aaul trudees, will on rrulay,
the Slat day of July, in.tant, A, i. 1II, at lu
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under ami by
vlrtuo of the pner of aale contained In raid
mortgage, sell, at ptit.lio miction, to the highest
bidder, lor eash, at thn dhoo biill.ling of .aid
trusteos, corner of Washington avenue and !Mli
street, In thu city iifl'n'm, In Alextnder county
anil stale of Illinois, all the right, tltlo and inter,
eat of said William II, shutter or Ilia assigns, in
and to lots numbered one, l,to,;j three, a, (our,
I, lite. 0, alx, 11, seven, 7. eight, K, nlno.li, ten, lu,
eleven, II, litelve, 1-', lliliteeii, U, fourieen, II,
rlfleeu, 15, sixteen, Dl.sevoateen, 17, eighteen, Is,
nineteen, I'J, tvtetity, tciily-oiie, 'Jl, livenlv-
two, -, IHeiii-iuiei:, iwum,-iuur, -i, ir
live, W, twelitt-slx, to, twentt.suven, L'7, Ixenly.
eight, M, twenty-nini', '.".1, thlrty.w'n, lhirl)-oii',
ai thlrD-two, !u. thlny-tliree, .11 llurty four, . I,
thltty-tlie. as, tliirly-aix, :w, tlilrly-.even, J7,
Itilrty-eight.ai, thlrty-nlii",:e,and forty I'Mo tho
block nltyseveu, S7, in the first addition Jo the
said city of Cairo, aocordld (otho recorded plat
vitii,iiU ditiinrfMMiiiia.N. to satiaiv tho
piirpo.eanndcondltlou of said Mortgage,
' 1 H. hTAATS TAYI.OU.
Trailers of thu Cairo Cuv Property
Haled. Cairo. III.. July Mb. lull. It'.'td
Thn undersigned, proprietors of tho lUtn and
Wuxu Hi iLsris, have Just received an a.sort
iiu'titoi Ihu latest styles of Job Printing types,
und have now one of tho most complete Job others
in tl.u South and West. Thev Halter themselves
ib.t thev tioa.es laulllticH for turning out
promptly, in the best sttlo ot thu Art, all work
entrusted to them, from tho smallest card or
label to the mammoth poster, and at price
uhW'Ulrnvn wiih cur business men no uood ex-
rum for sending their woik to St. Units, Clncln-
.....1 . - i.t.,-.... IVVk tf itllL'lll V L rlt
nan "r untcniu, i,.vr, ... ....... w v..
FIRST iVATIOIN'AL BANK
DANIin, mutP, Prealdent;
UOIIKKT W. MILLER, Vice-President 1
C. N. HUflllKH, Cashier.1
EXt.'IIANUi:, coin, tank not, and United
.State, recurllica buuatil and told,
Inti-rcU Allotted on Time Depotlt.
'hurlrrrl .Mureh .11, 1H09.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. II. SAKI'ORI). rrealdentl
H. S. TAYI.OU. Vlce-l'rc.ident :
W. IIYSLOr, Hccrotnrv and Treasurer.
P. W. ntRrt.tr. Citn. muatiiR,
V. M. Hrcickrtrru, I'api. O. Hchvii,
It. M. CfNMMllltM, W. P. Hallidat.
J. 31. rillLtlM.
DcpotllN or iiuy Amount Itocclt cdfroiu
Ten SVtilN I'liunnln.
I.NTKIIK3T paid on deposits at the ratoot alx
percent, per annum. Mnreli lttaml Septem.
Iwr lit. Interest not withdrawn Is added imme
diately to the principal of tho depoalU, (hereby
Riving them compound Interest.
' MAURI ED WOMEN AND CHILDREN jrAY
s tuat o o.k cur. can draw it.
Open every bu.lnen day from 9 a.m. to .1 p.m.,
nnd Saturday evcntn lur HAVINH DEPOdlTa
only, from twil o'clock.
nii-.tif W. HTSLOP, Troasurcr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IfiLLIDAY, President;
A. U. 8AFKOKD, &uhlcr;
WALTER llVrfLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Stiatj Tav los, ItontttT II. Ccsxt!((inAaT,
Scon Whit, W. P. Hallidiv,
Geo. I). Vt'iLUAMfOV, arii-at.x Bnu),
A, U. S.trronp.
KxcIinnBP, Coin mid fulled Mllltcs
lliuitl lloucltt ! Mold.
EPOSIT3 received, and a scneral banking
mi. men none.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It.
On and after Monday, April 2tth, 1871, trains w II
ruu ai follows i
Tail. Q01S.I1 SOCTIIKAIT,
Leave Virginia i'.;ta.m 2:iS p.m.
" Biiringtlcld - 0-.3) " 3.00 "
" Taylorvlllo lo:W 4:1M "
Arrivo at Pana Uili) in 6:17 "
Leavo Pana 4.oon.m JMii.m.
" Taiorville 1:17 " Iil "
Arrive at Sprlngneld...0;l5 " 0:00 '
Leavo SpuiiKlleld " " kW "
Arrivo at Virginia S.W " ...8;15 "
tbai.is aoixii soiTHEAsr.
Leave Kdgewood firJOa.m 10:10 a.m.
" Flora SM " ..... w 11:40 "
Arrivo at t;hawuectowna:a.Tp.n S:13 p.m
tbains uoiMi auariiwcsr.
Leave Khawnectown 5: 13 a. in S:lOp.m
' Flora a.M " 7:00"
Arrive at Edgcwood 1:50 ' 8:20"
TlirtA:30 irjtln from Educwood. runa onlv
Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, and SMS a.m.
train from Sliawneetown on Tueidars. Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
or Chicago and Alton Ktllroad, tor Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, and nil points west.
At Hpritiglleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash anil Western Kallroad, lor
Hloomington, Chicago, nnd all points north, north
wet and west.
Atl'aim with lnd. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Central Kallroad for nil points eot, south and
At r.di:ewood Willi Chicago Division Illinois
Central llailroad. .. , ,
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mls.lulppi lt-ulroad.
AtShawneetoiin, with steamlioais for (.main
nail, P.idueah, Cairo an.l SI. Innn. -
OltLANU SMITH. Gcn'ISap't.
Jons Foojitt, Clcn'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag t.
I JIM Kill AM TICIir.TN.
Liverpool, New-York nnd Philadelphia
l-MJIU IV.VTUtlT WITH VMTCU T VTM AXO SalTUU
For CtrryiOit the Mails.
FOR PASS.VGE TICKETS
ou rvuTimi isvoumation .
APPLY TO JOUN G. DALE, A0T.,
IM llroadway, New York, or.lo
II . II o u p t ,
210 Washington Avenue. Cairo. Illinois.
FOR SALE, I Kor Sale t FOR SALE,
FOR SALEjrWelFOIt BALE.'"
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Lon dqhpkhrt, yvj
Faro from Olaboow,!,
Faro from Qukksbtown .
TO CAIRO, ; : 4 8: S 0
Hatlord.Muria A Cu)de, ARn'.