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FLUID KXTUACT BARSAPARILLA.
FLUID EXTBACT SARSATARILLA.
FLUID KXTKATT HAK.SArARIt.LA.
FLUID EXTRACT RARSATAEILLA.
.PURIFY TIIK RUMIP.
HELMHOLD's FLUID EXTRACT 8AR8ATA
JtlLLA. Cures ll Eruptions of the Skin.
UELMHgLD's FLUID EXTRACT WARS ATA-i
Cure tlio worst fornof Rlood Diseases.
HILMBOLD's FLUID EXTRACT 8AXSAPA-
fkttrs heavily Into h CiranUtton f ttai
BeautlAe tlio Complexion.
On bottli cilal In trrnffth to tae cll03 ol
wmt'i iM wuinm io a mm 01 water wini i in
helvdold's CATAW11A orape TILLS
IIELMBOLD'fl CATAWHA OKATB PILLS
A plaant,lare and agreeable Cathartic.
HELMDOLD'R CATAWHA ORAPE PILLS
Used ftj all afieetionVwher a Purgative Medicine
nELMHOLD's CATAWnA ORAPE PILLS
ltarmles- to child, inJ taken by children.
HELMBOLD's CATAWnA ORAPE PILLS
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Ortiln Ib effect, nn j plcaitAt ta operation.
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HELUDOLD'8 CATAWBA ORAPE TILLS
Kitract llhutmrb. '
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IIELMBOLD'S yLUlD KXTUACT BCCUU
Hai acnuirnl a world-wide lame.
LL of my preparaixio ar meritorloua. A
tirlod of twentr yeara liaa proved this to be
Rea remarlo madoby lleniamla Traierie. F. It.
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Mttem to aunken, and yet to Irritable, aa ren
Jet other ioostanoci ( tho tonlo cliM pnavail.
See RKStAKKSot the GREAT CHEMISTS AND
PJLL.ME.N OK AMEIUCA I
. . Wm. 1L Warner A Co., .
V 15 North Third atreet. 1'hlladelDhla. Pa.
Bate.mad Xtlend I oongratolate you on
purpoien Inleaded. WM. It. WAHNKK t CO
II. T. UelniboUl will remark, in conclusion, thil
ion .urciiTV rill iiitit I iitc cjer iduwd lur ilia
I m a nrnfoi inoir vniiip. ah ith iMan iiAnanr.
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lhirmftcentKAl I cUtrn nil miito to U, nJ hiv
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harn been favorably l'npre"4?iy?iWich.M0
irm oi rowers a mgmniiuj, iii.uui.i:.uiiuk
cbemlili, M6l3kpjl yrewniireew. rouauiu-
all aiaan on tuna Waairs.
The Pill I hare thought or elfarlng to the atfliei
lad for ten veara.' i ri
Thy are now ' nerfeot, and I' iballr atako my
me layiiiDKvyio inwnicii intrpiiiiiaeii i laaue,
the bottle. Tabel. wrapper all ahow with what
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Inateal r me nanaeoui'iouaina;, careieiaij
wotden bozea, ana maae genvrauy-i or onereu
of lhoe haTiOS CO experience as .pnyiloian.
hs medicine offered by vour Ohertient rvant,
v . II. T. IIELMBOIjU.
VnUl Palace Drus Store. No, 591 Uroadway,
Twenty.nlnth street, Hew or. ,
mcle cf Pharmaoy, Continental Hotel, Phlla.
dirnhla! and No. 104 Bouth Tenth atreet, Phtl-
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OKN. SPINIER (AjT i"iEJlLIN.
TJHE KU-K-LUK1 INVKSTJOAT.
INCf CQUttlfflfo , tT
OKX. STINKER AT BERLIN.
AVashihotow. i.Ialv'2. LAtjrs.i rt
eelved from General Spinner, dated Iter
.lift, July lit, lay that ho was to dine with
ui.i.i.. ii. . ! ...l.l. n. tv.
chllJ and other bankori, to talk over the
new American loan.
During the yosr ending Juno 30tb, 107,
114 nauencert irrTcd'tt iho'tiort of New
Tork from foreign countrie;, of which
number 101.015 wro actual emigrant.
11 Z iff
to-day examined a witneai named Mcllude,
who teitlQed that whllo teaching a colored
county. Thero are tbreo witneuus Irom
r 11 ! - .I .U. : . I tti ...
iwriu vymroiins iu aiieuuBUcrj woo win ici
tlfy relatiro to the existence of ku-klux
in that state.
A telegram was read btforo the ommit
tbe from a citizen of Macon, laying that
he bad toleraphei on tk 11th of Jnlr.
that he wai. ready to report, but reeelyed
a. telegram from the sergeant-at-amt,' till
ing mm be need not oome m mc commits
tee bad not tinio for th witneatei. The!
aergeanlat'arn., being out of town, could
not explain, and at the instance of the
democratic members, this Georgian and
several omen -were raumnixiN ey vio
graph to appear before) the committee.
SYNOPSIS OF THE CONDITION OF TBS
AVABiHXOTow.'Juljr'al. The barometer
has riren very generally since Wednes
day night from the Itocky Mountains to
the Atlantic; but least so on the Gulf
ocast, where it was quite low on Thursday
morning, la toe notbwest wuere a 'local
depression existed the tcmperaturo has
fallen, especially at stations in the eastern
and middle states. Brisk northwest
winds prevailed Tor a short time m Thurs
day morning ontbo snlddle Atlantic but
light winds and calma are now reported.
IICBi nvBkuv.1 a' v aas w ua aaj n At m
day east' of the Missiwippl, exceptine one
area of clouds in Ohio and Indiana. '
Clear weather . with lower tern-
fieraturo is .probable lor Friday on tho
akes and pleasant weather with rising
barometer will ptobablyonunue on La
Atlanllo coast and Odlf.
t . 1 . ' it .
THE GOVERNMENT NEW LOAN.
HENRY WARD BEEUHER
THE ORANGE PARADE
THE XEW LOAN.
New Yobc, July 21. The records in
ibe treasury department show that up to
yesterday sixty-seven million of the now
funded loan have been subscribed for.
This saves the government treasury in an
nual interests the sum of $070,000. Should
tereit in placing tbts'loari'an'tho market
bo will then receive a saving interest of
six hundred and seventy tbousand dol
lars annually for nine years. Therefore
the itatemenU that the government would
sustain a loss by the loan are inconsidor
ato and erroneous. ' 1 ' : 1 w
artlclo says continued threats of a rapture
between tho( northwest 'and St. l'aul
people leave but little doubt In the gene
ral mind that former harmonious relations
will be restored only when their ultiinato
object shall have been attained. The pub
lic will do well however to leave the quar
rel to bo fought between the interested
parties. New-York shares went off at 1
to 2 per cent, belter on considerable sales ;
but St. l'aul was weak on lighjjbusincst.
Thero was unusual gossip about
tho price seeking a lower range. This
stock Is looked upon bv many as a test
ldrer of the market, and It is thought that:
the courso or futuro speculation resit in a
great tncasuro on the rosult of tho meeting
next Wcdacsday. It will bo remem
bered that according to thoir
last report it was ooly by strides arithme
tical calculation that the company declared
an eight per cent, annual dividend, the
precise figures reflecting about nine per
vent ns-the n'etHarnlnga.onahQcapital.
stock of tblrty-flvp millions of dollars.
Should the result of (h next meeting be to
Increase the capital tp,fl(ty millions of dol
lars by nn additional fifteen1 millions now
lisuo, tho question of future dividends
would bo at (oast problematical 'While
these considerations. may not govern tho
contracting cliquoTn" their future actions,
yet ltought,tg.iluivDt.weigbr, yrU.i, future
Advices received hero state Sir Wmi
Logan and bis party-who left St. John's,
.univuuuu im , fHlAI ,t Iff
' OEOLOQICAL BURVBTlSfO MXl JtDITIOM, J
on the 112th Inst., were eutlrely cut off on
tbeir route by, Merer storpqn tho Utb,
which swopt away the bridges and flooded
Iba principal par W of tre gnly road tbey,
bad to.travel on. It Is prpbablf thai the"'
horses arid fcaggage .'a'acre-d" th ox
pedition lmvebcon elthoYldst'rjr badly in-
Jur.od. -tm? Pvty'r(,V9iyivAfpv
inasmuoh as, tbey were pravidea.wltK por
table eutta'Tiercba belts and'onaicaho.
Tho storin;'ai.'dpV, porislderablo'dm''
toge in and. around the towns of ..Topsail,
and Iioilywooa, oi nuwiuunuiauu, auu it
Is said'tdiWa 'cohtlnutloh o(a hH"icno
whlrh blew over the coast of Labrador
some 'weeks '.gf - 'dostroyingrfafii
fishing imacki ; twenty-threo dwelling
houses, .fourteen .iorei,, ,n4 abo3t,,thMg.
hundred thousand' doll worth of Qt4J,
nib, and'othor property. .
Tb,o numtyc of llvef alrt.nily.Mcertatned
as lost.is nlriety-tbree. aod: many mora are
Sfcl'Rcnitra'vom Bta OKLT CHILD:
A poor Italian, namod Retro (JardelU,
oI.Ttov. N. Y.arilvM In'lhikcity. a few
been stolen or ontlced away by a vllllan
named OiocomoMuitane,'an organ-grinder.
She disappeared on the 29th of April
in company with Militant, from Troy, and
sines then no trace can be found of her.
The child is threo feet nine Inches blgb,
lender form, dark complexion; with brown
balr arid dark eyes. She can apeak very
littlo EaglUb. It is feared that the poor
child has met with foul, piay, or been left
With , ono of the keepers' of infamous.
hWmlrf His city. '
The Sun says that Na'Wct.'on the Hack
easock Erie R. It, has been during latt
y " kiwi
1 1 ii -n si
between the .Erie employers, . Thero aro
a large numboil'of Irlih'and German la
borers', arid to guard against national dis
putes, tlio company stationed the Germans
at one point and the Irish at another; but
the men met In tho Tillage after labor
hours and entered Into a deadly contest.
On Saturday, the men having been, paid,
they repaired to tho saloons In tho village
A pumber of Gormans wcro'at 10 o'clock,
in tho 'evening sipping lager in Jacob
Gross' ttfbbfl,'when a ri umber of Irishmen
urdcjrMhe InfJocnce of liquor and bent
on nmchleT enCerod", and' picked a'
quarrel and eventually, drove tho Ger
mans out. Their violence was such that
Mr. Grots and fais .family were .obliged to
flee for their lives. The Irishmen having
thus cleared tho saloon, drank nil tho
liquor: b'rbkoithojglassja'nd cM6 wire, nbd
On too following Tuesday morning,
while Ryan and O'Dunnoll, I rials laborer;,
wfcre goitg' to work, tbey were met bv
several Germans. and terribly beaten with
club., Kyaa may ' not survive ljU inju-
The'Iriih laborers at a'raeeting held tho
same afternoon, resolved to attack Gross'
laloon, tbsheodquarteft'of Germnas. Arm
id with clubs and stones they appeared
late in the evening at the .door of the, sa
loon and demanded admission. This be
ng denied, they stormed the place with
stones and, dam aged It considerably. Thu
Germans had, however, got wind of tho.ln
tended assault and armed, themselves
with shot guns, and discharged
volley afW.Tolley.lnto tho cipsrd .of air
lattanU from tho' windows. After 'a
while others armed wilu clubs madrf a
isjly on them fom ,below." The riolen
beat, a hasty retreat leaving tbreo of their
number wounded; Patrick McMnhon
was shot' in several places. Ilia wounds
though painful are not necesiarily fatal.
SHOT IsT 3C PLACES
and his recovery, if doubtful. Martin
Gob egan. was 'shot two or throe times and.
Severely clubbed. How many .of those'
Who ran were hurt cannot be ascertained.
IfBW-Yoa, July 21. The scientiao
expedition to liraxil headed by Prof. Cbw.
Heath, of ..Carnell university, Is to sail
from Mew. York next .Monday on the,
steamer Merrimac, bound to Pnra and'
The steamships ScotU and CAtnlria left
this port and have arrived out.
MACE AND CORBCUN. .
llaco fnvltes' Joe Corburn to meet Iilm
at the office of a sporting paper next Mon
day so" thoy may come to somo under
standing for the futuro meeting.
Mail advices received here to date of the
7th inst., report' that Gen. Cavalda bad
been shot after an orderhod been received
from Madrid that he had been pardoned
and sent to this country.
ANOTHER VICTIM OF THE RIOT.
Charles A. Kallenback, anotber .victim
of the riot died last night. .
from Ceylon, arrived yestorday on the
bark Nemlsh. k (
An earthquake was felt yesterday at
,Leedivllle,kl)uchei county, Ni Y.
Some Orango lodge have nearly doubled
membership since: the .riot. The tamo
may bo said of tho Hibernian and anti
Orange societies which are growing rapid
ly In consequence of, the recent excite
A new philanthropic Institution, bear
ing the name of tho "Helping Hand of
Brooklyn," hsi been organised under tho
lawi oftho itato of Jjew- York, and yes
terday its certificate of cnoorporutioh was
Among its specific objects; aro, tirsti to
instruct women in various useful pursuits
of female laboiyto'givb'tbem 'employment
to tar as possible, and when necessary,
caro for their children when they go out
to do days tabor.
Second. To offer temporary relief in
caics of urgent want'or give any other aid
that may properly bo given.
Third. To establish'induslrial schools
for teaching those who can't go to other
schools, and also evening schools.
TRIED FOn PARTICIPATION IN TIIK RIOT,
PatroJmafl rtrick.Lo8an of v,2?'"
precinct was tried 1o-da5' ooforo I'reaidont
Smith and Commissioners Uarr and Ma
nlorro for improper conduct and; insubor
dination on the day of the riot. Sergeant
Carpenter testified that Tat. Logan refused
toattackitho ridtorsj saying, that he was
an Irishman and Roman catholic, and folt
that his conscience would not allow him
to attack his fellow countrymen.
Iq.dofenso Logan denied that .there .was
either a crowd or riot and brought' half
a dozen witnesses in.: The case was referr
ed to the board, when he got up and
made" a rambling speech 'abouPbcihg
Catholic and his roliglon being assai red.
'The conimissiojora thereupon dlsmiisod
him from 'tho fofco and took his shield,
wreath and buttons from him.
FORTXl DKLEOATED .
from different Roman Uatholio tompor
jance societies, representing, it Is said, 00,
(000 votors held a meeting in St. Columbus
mn,!on (tbo mit lido of 25thltrect,ito.
akection to Innusnco the commissioners
i to rotaln Logan on the forco.
HENRY' WARD BEECH EK
IsayTlnThTChflitlah Unfon orihli week!
If the Orange societies would parade
!nxfweok, ,wl,h a banner leis, or one in
scription rdbbed but, they should not do it
on an implied promise that if protected for
once tbey wore then to do it no moro.
Thov ouuht to raovo throueh tho streets
lof NewtYQrk until nobody tblnki of mo
lesting inemv rvnentnat time arrives it
will be a matter of no publlo.iropo.rtanco
whether this annual procession Is kept up
r not. Rut as lone as a do wses hin
tonguo against au Orango procession.
or a bewildered magistrals forgets his
duty towards them; the public good rc
qulros their1 continuation, .If. the Orango
men of NowrYork ,wait till, next, year to
march through the streets of the city, they
will betray a, sacred duty. I)y accident
they have become tho representatives of
the principles which lies at fbo foundiitlon
of modern civilization. They do not now
represent, fact in, history but a,Mving prin
ciple. It Is not the battle of tka Beyne In
Irelsnd, ,but It it a question of liberty In
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JULY
Paris, July 21. Tho contcit for tho
municipsl elections appointed for next
week grows more sovoro and exciting. Le
Monde, the ultra Catholic, demands that
tho government support tho pope in
bit temporal rights,
J -The Prussian troops recelvedoordcrs
from Berlin to evacuate tho' cities of
Amiens and Rouoh, and the departments
of the Sommo, Lower Soino and Euro,
BATIK OF PRANCE.
f The bullion In the bank of Franco In
created 11,300,000 since last week.
London, July 21, In the houso of
commons this' morning Cafdwoll, Secret
ary'f'm,'irorHrK;Mald on tho table tho
Queen's warrant abolishing the system
oftho pnrchase of army commitsiont.
CO.MrERE.VUK OP EUROPEAN1 rOWF.RH.
A Conference of all tlie Europoan pow
ers will, It Is reported, tbortly be held for
tho purpose of agreeing upon n uniform
Jyllem of itriport dutlc.
THE CIIOLKKA IX PERSIA.
Dispatchiw from the east roprosunt that
tho cholera prevails to an alarming ex
tant In Pemia, and tho ravages caused by
the doieaao aro dreadful.
Madrid, July 20. Marshal Serano has
been entrusted by tbe king with tho for-,
ination of a now ministry and has al
ready designated the following tninistors :
Minister of Foreign Affaire, tlannan;
Justice, Gomez; Minister of Marine,
Admiral Malcnmpo; Minister of .Finance
Tho CortcE has adjourned nmtd tho pro
teals of the minority.
,A, DENIAL FROM JEPF. DAVIS,
THE STORY A RADICAL -FALSE.
Mempuim, July 21. Tho following wjll
appear In to-morrow't Avalanche:
- Mempiiim, July 21, 1S71.
Beforo and since my arrival in Mem
phis to-day, my attention has been called,
to slandorous articles, in certain radical
papers, which attack my privalo character
In connection with that of a lady, who, it
is stAtcd,, wa travelling under my charge.
It is deemed duo to myself, at well as to
my friends, to state, unequivocally and
without delay, that tho story in whole and
iji all it cssontial parts, is unmistakably
tbe instigation of malice, and is heroby
pronounced utterly false.
Signed JEi'FEBbON Davis.
AN IMPORTANT LAW CASE.
CASE OF TILLER VS. THE COM
m at. a.f v aj auu twu us I.
Tiller vs. Charles Shephrd, manager of the'
Kt Tj-KTfttl .Till 1 TfsA rxC A A
uroaa street commercial agency, was be
foro tho circuit cour yesteiday. Tho
hoaring being on motion oftho defondant
to dissolve tho Injunction granted n few
days ago enjoining tho circulation of the
July number of the Broad street commer
cial reports, on tho ground of false and
inlurlous rating of plaintiff. Sevoral
witnesses testified to tho solveuccy of Mr.
Tiller and his business qualifications, in
tegrity, etc., also that he U doing a Ixrjro
and prosperous business.
W. B. King, formcly an emplboe of
tho Broad street agency, tostilled as io the
mode of transacting tho business of the
MINISTER WASHRURNE WILL
NOT VISIT HIS HOME
A JEWELER ACCIDENTIA'
Chicaoo, July 21. A jowoller at Men
da, Iowu, uocidently, shot himself dead cn
Wednesday whilo hunting.
Tho Galena Oa:ctte of List evening says
a letter has been received in that city from
HON., K. II. WAiillHURNV,
Minister to Franco, which indicates
beyond question that ho will no t como
homo this year.- lie isruffering fr om tho
ague and is about to visit Carletda for tho
benefit of bis health.
TUH PRESIDENT HULL AT HIS ''COTTAOK
BY THE SEA,"
Lono Branch, July 21. The president
is still nt hit cottage, receiving no visitors.
Wednesday next tho leading republicans
of Now-York will bo hero, and tho presi
dent will hear,them on affairs concerning
NEW BRWSWICK, N. J.
DEATH OF A PROMINENT
'ft'iw Brunswick, JuTy 21. Rev. Dr.
Joieph F. Berg, Proffettor in tho theolog
ical lemmlnary in this city, author and
writer for tho periodical prei, died in this
city last evening.
THE HORSE DISEASE MAKES
Portland, Mk.. July 21, Tlio horso
disease has made Its appearance in this
THE DEMOORAOY ELECTED,
Sah EitANciico., July 21. Tho Demo
cracy hitherto divided into four factions
agreed upon terms to unite for the elec
cloii of Mr. Higby.
THE ANNUAL TOBACCO FAIR.
A LARGE BOARD OF BUYERS
LvANivii.tE, July 21. Tho annual to
bacco fair closed last evening and was In
every respect a grand succeic
Twenty Ato' hundred dollars in gold
promlums were offuted for the" different'
Tho fair brought together ft IsrgoTium
bcr of competitors for pri.ei In addition to
the regular board.
Thero' were additional represcntntitei
from Cincinnati. Puducah, St. Louir, Hal
timbre, Now York, Henderson, Louisville,
Shawneclown, Hoplrinivllle, Olnrkivillo
and icvcrnl other place, causing the bid
ding to bo very spirited and atYull prices,
The two hhds. entered for account of a
planter In Mallard county wore not admit
ted bv tho board' on account of tomn In
formality. During tho talo of prizo and
classed tobaccos they wero oftercd and
fought by J. II. IJyrnoj, of Evansville, at
$102 and $1)0 per ono hundred pounds.
Some choico soleclion of bright louf
and cutters wero taken nt fancv nriccs
somo as high as fltftotW). Tho taleJ,
howevor, avcrago abovo former quota
tions, and at tho close may bo laid to
range ss ioiiowi : i-ugt, go.&u to ti.TU;
common to fair low leaf, $7.00 to $6.80 ;
medium bright leaf, 3U.0U to 11.00; com
mon to medium cutten, $12.00 to $10.00.
Tho tobacco to bo shipped will go to
Louisville, Cincinnati, Now Orlcam, iow
Yorknnd Baltimoro-princtpiilly A largo
quantity of the shippers arid factory dried
leaf go directly to Liverpool and London.
MUltDER RAPE CONSPrRlNtr
Nashvillk, July 21. In McMInn
county n few days ago, Hczekinh Jackson
shot and mortally wounded Allen Detli
crldge, who had been summoned by tho
officers to arrest him. Jackson escaped.
Dclbcridge died next day.
Gen. Weaver was woylayed tand shot
in Franklin county on cdncsday. Ho
had juit been released from jail on bond.
Ho was' charged with the murder of a man
New-York July 21. T. Pickorell was
arrested in this city yesterday by detect
ive Tully. Ho was charged of conspiring
to defraud tbo Wilmington, Charlotte
Rutbford railroad compucy, and was last
evening given into tho custody of detect
ive CD. Walls, who will take liim to North
Carolina for trial.
Memi'IU. July 20. J. Ira Reed, who
was urrestcu by Bowers nnd Levi Smally
in Salsbury yesterday for tho murder of
SVtn. Garrett, in that place, In June, was
brought hero to-day, to bo tried in Au
gust under tho enforcement net.
Almicrn, N. Y., July 21. Robert Uuf
fum, who murdered M. Sevcruns nt New
burgb, X. Y,,'last winter committed tui
cldo Thursday in his cell at tho statu asy
lum for insarlu criminals in this city
Milwauka, Wis., July 21. Tho Wal
worth county sheriff passed through hero
lust night with Phillip Evchardt, who was
indicted for rape and tho murder of Anno
iiutt at omirori a year since, and fled to
Gormany, but recently returned and was
arrested at Schnectady, N. Y.
suicide or col. henrv barney.
Detroit, July 21. About 11 o'clock
this morning Col. Henry Bnrnoa, li "
aiui ngenc niid rormcrly postmaster of tins
city, aoa at an carllor period editor and
proprietor of tho Detroit Tribuno, was
found dead about two miles below this
citj under circumstancos that indicate
death from his own hand.
is favor or oivKN rou COMMISSIONER.
Louisville, July 21. Thoro is a strong
feeling among republicans hero in favor
or tlio appointmont of Col. W.J. Givens,
deputy coiiims.sioner, ut commissioner of
Internal rovonun in caso of tlio resigna
tion of Ploiisanton, which privato advices
says is iminiiiout.
HUDSON, K. y.
KIRK COTTON mill destroyed.
Hudson, N. Y July 21. Tho cotton
mill belonging to Alcxundor Abott, nt
Vnlletti, was destoyed by Ilro to-ilay with
its contonts, Los.', $00,000. Insured
for $311,000. Tho origin of tlio flro til -known.
Cleveland, July 21. A gamo of base
bull to-day betweecn tho Kckfords of
New-York tin I Forest Cityt of Clovuland
reiiiltod in tlio dufeat of tlio I'ornior and u
neon.1 of 8 to 2.
LAND FOR TIIK LANDLESS :
HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS
ONLY $1.26 I'KIt ,cnii
FOR. .ACTUAL SKTTLERS,
" . i '
tsxr. TimVius or Tiir.
LEAVENWORTH, 'LAWRENCE AND QAI.YKt
'TON'lt. It. LINK
I Fnim Lawrence mi Kansas City and visil the eel
i ' ebruted IUuk country,
The Garden Spot ok Kansas,
The undeislxned, prcpriolors of Iho IUii.i sihI
Wkckly lli'LLsriv, luivo ul rveeltud an assnrl
inentnl Ihe latest stiles of Jjli I'rinlliiL' i)fr,
mid huvu now ouonftho iimstcoiiipleto JiibotlW'cs
in the Hon Hi ami West. They Hatter thrmseliut
that they possess (iicllilies fur turmu out
promptly, in tho Iwst style nl the Art. all work
entrusted to them, from tho smallest card or
l.hol lo.tha uiaintnoth oostor. and at n:l3s
which Uavo with our btisineas men no goad ex
mse for aendiou their woik to Sit. Louis. Olnclu
natl orChlcao. JNO. 11. OBKIU.Y A CO
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AYE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
irrwt t?1 Orleans, July 21
double $0.00 ; troblo $1.75(j,VT.oo.
CORN Firm, mixed 7" ; whltn 70(7080.
BEANS Firm at $1.0051.05.
RACON In good demand nt 30lc.
LARD Fair File
WHISKEY Firm at 92J(3$1.65
Chicago July 21, 1871.
FLOUR Dull and unchanged.
WHEAT Dull and lowor at S112J
fpr July, 1171 sollor August.
CORN Dull, heavy nnd lower nt 49
401'cnsh for July, 48l8f for August re
jected a( 48(n IH.
OATS-T-nctlvo but easier, Sales at fl
48 cash, according (o tlio location, 34
34 seller August.
RYE Firmer nt C959j cash.
BARLKY Dull ami lowor, sales for
PROVISIONS Inaticvo nnd nominal
Cincinnati, July 20.
PLOUR Higher but tho market Is
unsettled, family ?C.29C.r0 for new,
WHEAT In fair dcttand but lower,
new red $1.18.
CORN Dull at 0t65 for new.
OATS Dull at 40 to 45.
RYE Quiet at 70 to 72c.
BARLEY Unchanged, fall 80 to 90c.
COTTON In good demand. 201 to
201 for middlings.
WHISKEY In fair demand at 02c.
MESS PORK Dull and prices nomin
al. LARD Dull at lolc.
Toledo, July 21,
WHEAT 1 to2o lower; amber Mich
igan, $1.20 to 1.214; No. 1 red. $1.22: No
CQKX Dull and a shade lower ; high
mixed, SGc ; low do, 55 jc ; white, 04.
OATS Dull und lc lower; No. 1, CO;
LAKE FREIGHTS Unchanged.
New-York, July 21.
WHEAT Dull and lower, nominally
$1.30 to 1.38
CORN Quiit nnd weak at COJc.
OATS Du atGltoC'.'e.
PORK Du ut $14.50 to 14.C2J.
LARD Quiet at lljc.
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE,
ToM.M Rnwlincsi Vou aro hen-by notlOcil.
Ihnt al n ne of rea' estate tnado by thn nherltl of
Alexander tminly, at th iloor of court limine, tn
tho town of Cairo, Alexander counly, Illinois, on
on the nth day of June, A. 1. 1870, c. Wlnmon
purchased tho follnlne described real estate.
MlUHtp in .unl county, tor tho taxe. Inierrtt nnd
ro.l dun UiiTfou, for tho j our A. D. 1870, to-wit
i raciion.M !j e-. I, T. w s, ii, i v assesaeil
In tho n.nue ut M. M. HiullnKK, and that said C.
Vln'ton has nl?n, all hi riglits under nald
purchano to thn undersigned, nnd lliat the tlmo
allowed by law lur th redentlnn ol said real
estate will expire on the -Tih day of Junn, A. D.
lOi- Jl. 1'. llALiUll'M.
Cairo. June 3d. 1871. lyaMU
Tho Ann of Elliott, Haythotn A Co., is dm.olr
ed bv mutual consent. Mr. Oil Hidden of Cn
clnnatl, retlrloK. The buiinna will be continued
uy Elliott & Jinyuiorn. iney luiumt ail llaljill
lies auu coueci an money uiio iiio nrm.
In consequence of the atoro change, and to
make room lor a larga stock ol fall pooaa, we
Hill uuirkall cooda down o co9t prjc'ei for tha
nextthlrlv.fr"... . -'' rrx llAitlfOrtN.
cuini, 'Illy III, 1571. JyVOdlw
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tho Forty -Third Annual Session oftho
Will open on Monday Sept. -1th, '71
This la tho qnly Institution ofLearnidg in the
wt, having lenestablishi"l In W:i, Thn courto
of slndlen otlera utcry facility for acquiriiiR a
thorough CUjiicul and Commercial eilucation,
Catiilogiiei'l-ontiilning lustriicilons to narenta
ami ful uirlciilars, will bu sent on apdllcatlon to
Hr.v S. Id bTUNTIUlEOK, H. J,
President, tt. IJUis University,
. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN PURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
11. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLKSALE GROCERS, j
V A I 11 0 . 1 1. 1. I M I H .
Also, keep romdmtly on hand a most com
plete stock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
7 1 N H ,
Port, Mndorla, Sherry nnd Ciitnwbn Wines
K8MYTH A CO. sell exclusliely forcah,lo
. which fact thor Invito tho esp.vUI alien
lion uf close bargain buyers.
Special attention yiren to Filling Orders.
Cor. Nlli-tl. nmt C'ouiiitercUI-nv.
t BO'Clcwi Towels and
aW,Ladlt'' and children' hair cut and sham
pooed, either al the shop or at their own homes,
WOntleinen'(i whiskers and hair dyed In a
cUulltk: mauutr. Ballstartioii guarantetM.
t nt.- p , ' i
DAMRI. iltmn, Pre.ldcDt M' '.
UOllEBT W. Mff.I.EB, VIce.PreMdent ;
i 4i i -tin
EXCIIANflE, coin, bank note, and Call
states (ccuritles bouglit ar,d sold.
Inlcrcit Atlonol on Tlmo Ienolu.
Clinrlfrrtl .tin roll 31, 1180.
CITY NATIONAL BAN.K, CAIRO.
A. II. SAPFORT), President
M. S. TAYLOR, Vlca.I'residenti
W. IIYSLOI', tSecrelarv and Treasurer.
P. W. IlAaCLAT, Cuas. fiLMiir,
K. M. BTlKKniTIt, Pll-L O. SCUlll,
11. M, CixMxoiiix, W. r. Uau-idat,
J. M. TUILLIM.
llpiioillo of nny Amount ltrrclvr.1 rroni
XNTKKEST paid on depo'.lls at the rateol six
percent, per annum, Much Island Septem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added Imme
dlately to tho princlpil of tho deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest
MARRIED WOMEN AND Cl"llLDRENMAY
DEPOSIT MONEY .
P- THAT 10 O KUK C4.V CBAW IT.
Onun Itr.rtr lillcln... il.v fmnx n a m 1. M
anil Saturday eyening lor BAVI.NQ DEPOlfrl
only, from 6 to a o'clock.
auivw tv. HYSLOl', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W, I. HALLWAY. President;
A, H.8AFFOI1D, Cashier:
WALTEK 11Y9LOP, Assistant Cashier.
Htsats TAtioa, kokut H. Comsouav,
SroiT W'HITt, W. P. IIaiusav,
Geo. D. Williamson, Httrut. uikd,
Excliisugc. Colu and I'siltctl Ntatci
' Boat! Ilouajlil nnd Nolil.
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th. 1171, train wil
run louowa i
TaAits Qotaa sociutAsr.
Leave Virginia ti:to a.m 12i36 p.m.
" Hpringtleld 9 w " a.oij
" Taylorilllt'.......Ki'.S. ' 4:ial '
Arrive at 1'aua 11:10 m 5;17
TEAIUS O0IKO SOSTI1WUT.
Leave Pana S:uoa,m .3:34 o.m.
" Taylorville 1:17 " 4:lW "
Arrive at !jprlnKflcld,..6;l3 " 6M "
Leavo8psingtield 6:M " 6;10 "
Arrive at Virginia 8.25 " .,....l;15 "
TSAiaa ooixa sovthxast. i
Leavo Edgcwood o:30a.m - 10:10 a.m.
" Flora 6:1 " 11:10 "
Arrive at bhawneetown3:Alp in ... Sill p.m
ibai.v. ooin aoariiwisT.
Leave Bhawneetown 6:13 jum JilOn.m
" Flora. 2.S3 ' 7.i)'
Arrive at Edgewood 1:60 .........l:20 "
The fl-ao a.m. iraln from Edgewood, run only
Mondays, W.dnesdayaand Frulaya, and 6:13 a.m.
train from Sliawneetown on Tuesdays. Thura.
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Railroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, a lid all points west.
At Hprlnitneld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor
muoiniugiiu, vnicago, uuu an pointa nortii,nortn
west ami west.
AlTana with Ind. and Si. Louis, and Illinois
Central ItAllruad lor all points cut, soul h and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Al Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtShawneeto'ii, with steamboats for Cincin
nati, Paduciih, Cairo and St. Louis.
OH LA N l SM ITII, Oen'l 8u p't.
Join FooJitT.Oen'l Fr'gt and Tickel Ag't.
IHMIU1IA.VT TIl KETH.
Liverpool, New-York and Philadelphia
I'MiAK lUM.in WITU t'XnXD STAIU ASD SSlIIIU
For Carrjrinit tho Mail.
FOR PASSA"GE TICKETS
OK rlSTIIta txrORMATION
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.,
lffl Uroadway, New'York, or to
itlO Washington Avenue, Cairo1, Illinois.
FOR SALE, ) For ( FOR SALE,
FOP. SALE.J ForBaielFOR BALE.
Fare fwm LvvKRrooiV,v
Faro from Londonderry,
Faro from Glaboow, .j
Faro from Queenistown
TO CAIRO, ; t t t :.i i : $18:3 0
Bafloid.Morria Jt C.ndfe,Agrnls.
a beautiful ckiaMyaart oi age, who bad. I
I ' 'l .v'tK.V ya ri i'vv
bold bv xmuaoisTa sykrywubkx.
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