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a aeiiiruiui ierage.
IEI.MOLUr CATAWIIA ORAI'E PILLH
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A plruaot, .Aff n l grerli!lll!ArHo.
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I In all atltctiuno htl rurKllf ledklne
li:i.MIM)LH'M CATAWIIA OKA IT. TILLS
irmttst to a child, ami take o l.r cliltilren.
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rneue Jiarucffiai nana anu cjary uuw a nr
Katlte.
KLMIIPLU 8 CATAWIIA ORAPK TILLS,
ruin In rflMI. ami pleaaantla operation.
IKLMDOWH (JATAKBA UKAfJS I'll. I.
la not it pateulril Pill.
KLMDOLD'A CATAWPA OR APE TILLf
....a i r. t. n ka Tim a unit Bin 1.1
Rxtract HlniUrli.
a.etwo Iwttloa of HKLMnoLD'S 8AMA.
I.LA ami oue lox ol 1'II.I.S worth their
t In gold.
MUtcr inrf timeni can vk ma'ie lor bo iraui
II ai acniiirfd a world-wide fame..
. of mjr preparatiiins are mcriUirloiin. A
unoil of twenty yearn hai proreil thil to lie
e. , . .
remaraa ma'ji mr iiraiaiiuu irnverae. r.n
Sneaking oftroi)iijli8ease. and dineuea
lromllin caci'ks ui inuruury. nv atawn
0 remedy Is equal to tne hxlruul. oi,bara
, ita power i eAtraorillf art, more o than
her ilinir 1 am aeiuainteil with. It K in
utriclettaenoe, a Ionic, villi tM Invalualdt
lie that it In omi'lniUo 10 n ataie of tho
1 o aunken, and rt ao tmlahle, an ren
iher auljUncva Ol, tl.e topic ,cIum unati.
' Imliriant. . . .
uK.MAliKrfoi tho liRKAT CHEMISTS AND
MEN OK AM KI11CA
iiiii. ... n.iuci n wtf
15 North Third ntreet; I'hlladelphia, Pa.
lelmlKjl.lt , ,
KteeiiJ Friend 1 cooratuUtrjrou on
the handKOineat ami at the aaioo tuna the
tr.ctue Pill (tint I hue ever known for the
en lnteni(K. W.M. It. WAItNEIt A CO
llehnhold will remark, mconclmion, that
noniea are tho result of on and careful
TheKlmil Extrwtahave been liefore the
twenty.) earn, lho'val nr,lhju In that
roveatlielr alue." All have been Ix-neftt.
them who followed my intlruclinna, and
ther Mind unentailed in the extent ot
k1- ind unanrpanied bv any medicament
olirienaatarT of tlio United btat, not
i ; nSgll llerhltoot, lIant,f pr Helen-
'naceuUcnl I claim all mine lo he, and have
talented a aimtle one ,
iDel any lmirelon or prcjudl:e that
exiit In the inlnda ot many aKalnst my
itlon, from tho publicity given thrfUBh
aiTeriod o' len yycar, and more con.
Iv to prve this we If Her rom the lareat,
tt irinK chomWa in theworht i '
oveinbcr4,IM4.
acnuaintod with Mr( II. T. HelmbolU, lie
" tho druK Kturo oppon Q my residence,
2 aucccHful In conducting the hu.lneas
Vthera itul not been equ dly o before him.
en favorably Impro.ud with hi charao.
enterJn.i WllXlAM WIHHT-AN.
f Tower-. 1 WlKliimao. mwufacluring
lata. Ninth and llrown Itrfitai Vlue
ill l'hy thopght or offering (9 Hie afflic
,.r.J"?orw perfect, ? ," "e my
noney and fame on their effcctlTeneji.
"ting atyle in whlcli the pill llaelf la made,
itle.Vbel. wrapper-al ahow with what
e ha been prepared., After-exam n.
. Knillih or French Preparation will ahow
,caro, and I am really proud of, them.
1 1 f the naineouJ-looklnK, caroleaa y
'd rills Tenaea generauj, f. i'
boxea, ana mudo gnfiiy.J'fJ?tl,ro4
'8 Imr.nit r.o experience iiiij.ioi.ii..
is or manuiactuicra of medicinca, teat
Heine ottered by vour oH5i'V!i'
' t.i.n. nm,. Rinrn. No. Ml llroailwuy,
. 1 aaiwvv " O r
fork, .. ., .
t'narmacymilseT iiouse,
1 1 I'liariiiauy, jii.i.ii.'i .. -ta;
and No. 10 Bouth'l'uUh street, Phil-
hla.
'n hy nnuooiBTs: kybrvwiiicke.
PHOPKIETORS.
THE BULLETIN.
BI TELEGRAPH
NEW-YORK.
; .ff i .
DKATH OF I'llOFESHOU JOHN
WVHAWSi 1 11
, 11KNKV. BEHOH, iTilB. F1UKM)
W II rJ IlUlSK. t
CANAL STKAMKR COMl'KTINa
nn 11 a im iiiit'i.'
WUKN THE 1NQUKST WILL
II KM IN.
Silt EDWAIt I) THORNTON HAILS
FOR Kl'KOI'K.
New-York, July '.12. Prof. .John W.
IlIKll
It thii city yciterdav of pnouuioiila.
vititeJ thn ttablet of the, city, railroad
llmyeterdy, arnl exprclwl iiU Opinion
that , the hows were overworked, under
fed and In many cmet they wero badly
tabled.
The
UTEAtt PROPELLER CATIIRIN'E,
which ia tj compete for prite of one
hundred thousand dollara fcr being- the
boat canal itenmer, itartcd for IiufTalo lait
evening.
rilKONER YOU.Nd
will, next Monday, begin the invoittgaUon..
of the circumitanccs under which the vic
tin of the riot met with their deaths.
BIK EDWARD TUOKMTO.V,
liritiih minltter, lalli for Kurope to-day
CAPT. RICHARD TIN80XH
will probably supercced Cant Budding
ton ai master of tbo itcamor 'Polar. '
VASflINGTON.
AITROPRIATIONS FOR THE
NAVAL SERVICE,
THE COMING INDIAN COMMIS.
SIONER.
EXCIIASOE OF UOXD0.''
AVa&uinoton, July 22. The exchange
of !-20i for bonds of the new funded loan
hai rry nenrW-crafel.
Tho name of
col. wii. a. riiiLLim,
of Karuas, h.b!en inanttond In eon nee
tion with the office of commissioner of In
dian affairs, with such facts as would seom
to Indicate that ho will be speedily ap
pointed. He has been recommended by
the board of civil commissioners, and bis
familiarity with Indian questions
strengthens the bulief among his friend
that triu appointment will be. tendered to'
him. Tho president has oeen recently in
forming himself in regard to Col. Phil
lips' record and fitness.
ABOUT THE NAVT.
Wasiiisotox. July '12. The amount
appropriated by Congress for the nnval
service for the fiscal year ending June
30. $19,000,000. At tho close of the year
ono million eight hundred thousand dol
lars or tne above sum remained in tne
treasury unexpended, thus showir? the
actual cost of the navy for the years
1880 find 1871 to nave been about sn.'JOO-
000. This exhibits a great reduction in
tho expenditures over former year since '
the'war. 11., ninn
Wasiiintok. Jnly 22. A letter from
Fort Sill, dated tho 8tb, says that the
Keowa Indians have made enbrU to in
duce tho Cliojenncs .and Sioux to join
them in a war against the whites, but thus
far fnilcu. ilioy are at present among
tho Antelope hills on Canadian river.
RANDOLPH.
THE GOVERNOR OF LITTLE
JERSEY'S FAMOUS ORDER;
HE TELLS ALL ABOUT IT.
New. York. JiiIv 22. Gov. Randolph,
ol Nf w Jersoy, in an Intorviow, said, that
at noori of the 11th, be first read Kelso
order. Re thoucht the effect of that or
der would bo to .throw tho riotouielement.
V T .... --'J ..." I I!-.
11110 t-vvv ucraey, nuu uu imiuuuia.ni j
commenced writing his proclamation
which was flnlrhed by one o'clock p.m.
He furthor'itAtcd that, as fast as one iheot
of liii proclamation was writtcnit was
copied by his assistant .secretary. When
I had flnshed two copies I sent my secre
tary with ono copy to tho Western Union
telegraph office to bo transmitted, to the
papers In Now-Tork and Jersey' City. I
took my own cony to the Atlantic office
and Mint it to tho New-York paper by
copy'writen in abbreviation.- No one'but1
myself or secretary could reHd
it, no I had to dlctato to tho
Telegraph operator. Thoro was is storm
uu i uuauu n.iitu i'oibvoii aenuing 01 tno
Droclnmation over tho wires until half oris-.
J o'clock, and took constructive possession
of both office in Trenton and claimed that
no message should bo transmitted until the
proclamation bad boon cent, and the oDer;
tor good imturpdly jleldod to m jr Ysrie.t
Aim pruciaiimiiuii uvf mio nirva av(w;vp,
and Immediately afterward' military "or
dor wero sent to (Jen. Itunyan, o the;
quurtermastor, to too aujutunt general ana'
lotho tttff officer, othat by half past'
ihroo all nccoar'y mHllary order had
been given. Upon reaching dersejr.uny
"Wednesday morning I Viits.iuet bj Mayor
O'Tfelll. who. thotlBli in Irishman and u
pathplc; promptly leconded iny acn
BOSTON.
"MASSACHUSETTS RADICAL
STATE CONVENTION. .
BoitTOif, July 22. Tho republican 'itato
contrai comii)iiiee to-aay uociuyu vu vnu
m nAnvnnttnn fiie'in nmiilnatton of candi
dates for governor and other sUte officer
at Worcester on tno iuoi nopiemuur.
CAIRO,
UT1CA, tf. Y.
WHAT GENERAL M'QUADE
KNOW73 ABOUT IT
fAi . ' '.
he denies. t'IiE Statements
OF THE N, T?r TRIBUNE
a statemxht of yiCTfi.
UticA, N. Y, July 22-GetiMcQtlsclc,-
or uov, iiouman .star write letter to
the Ctloa Observe relative to tho choree
mado T the Naw-YorltTributle. lie
savi. (unnnalmodlv. thaL Gov. Hoffmandid.
'lewrn through him, on Monday, July' 10,
that Mayor Hall Intended to suppress tno
'Orangp parado. Tho only grain of truth,"
says gsnarai.-" itulit mas 01 laisenooa
Is tho fact that Gov. Iloffra&n was in New-
York on Monday fdr'a short lino. 1 ac-
1 com m pled tho governor from Newport
and reached iN'ew-York City by tho steam
er ""Providence" on Monday morning
tho 10th Inst. Tho
O0VKRN0H HAD AN E.NOAOKMEXT
at Albany which ho.muil.fuIfHl,and to this,
end was dcsirlouidoC'Xaklug 'lhd H H.rn.
train on the Hudson Ilivcr railroad. He
telegraphed from Now Port for 11 carriage
to bo fn waiting to convey him to tho rail
road (tation nssoon as the Lost nrrlved nt
Ncw-YflrW. . . ' ..!'"
The boat, ns uitml on .Mondny morning,
was about nn hour late. A soon ai the
boat, retched the dock we went nthore and
to the carriage in TUin and entered,
intending to reich the 6' o'clock train if
possible.
A it wus quitlonabln whether tho
train could bo reached tn time, tho govern
or decided to take breakfast in New-York,
ana take tno uu train nt 1U o clock Tor
Albany. Wo,
' T&WEKT TO THE CLA RENDEN UOTEI.
where the coverno'r rcmjtncd. nr.d I was
driven to the Gilsey House, directing tho
coaenman 10 return at 10 o clock to take
the Governor to tho railroad.
I did not aeetbo Governor acain until
theafternoon of his return from Albanv.
Tho next nleht we wew'-cbnverstnK on
onr way W tho Clarenden about tbe pro
oied. ,
ORANUE PROCES3IO.V.
Whitpver wonle mir aa7 now. after iht
affair, jt believe there were few who anti
cipated a serious riot until Monday morn
ing, when tho people learned that tho
Archbishop of Now York found sufficient
cause of alarm to induce him to warn his
flock not to molest the Orangemen. Kven
then the public supposed bis admonition
and th6so of bi priests would prove ef
fective' in restraining violence, the people
generally forgetting that rioters and ruf-
nana are not nauiiuai cnurco-gocrs. 1
say thii becauce I did, not myself appre
ciate the danger. I told tho governor
that I did not belelve that a few fanatic
would bavo-Influence enough with their
countrymen to induco them to molest the
process) on.
About 11 o'clock I went to the office of
Superintendent Kelso, but he was
CLTrAITEH WITH THE COMMIfMONKR.
Ho shortly catuo in and said that
serious disturbances were threatened
from a collision between tho
Irishmen and Orangemen, who wore de
termined to parado lomo day. I asked
him what means had been taken to keep
down trie disturbances. He said that
THE POLICE AND MILITARY
wero both prepared. Ho said however
that he was not ut liberty to'communicato
any particular tome, that Gen. Shalcr
had charge of tho matter,
I then called, upon r
'UKNiMlALth
who said that a propor military forco had
been provided, lo preserve peace,' but that
ordors would not be issued until noon' next
day, Tuesday. I told him that I wanted
to telegraph to the governor, and he told
mo to
8IK MAYOR lALL, V
About 3 o'clock 1 went to tho mayor's
office which was closed. I made inquiries
of various official in order to find if bo
wa in tbe vicinity. Nono knew where
tho mayor could lo found.
I left, intending to return to my hotel,
and communicated to the governor whdt
I had learned from Superintendent Kelso
and General Shaler, when I chanced to
meet an acquaintance, Mr. W. H. Davis,
who, upon learning that 1 was desirous of
seeing tho mayor, paid he win acquainted
with ono of tho messengers who could
probably tell 1110 whera I could find )i!m.
1 returned with Mr. Davis, and with the
aid or one of tho city hall officials,
FOUND THE MAYOR,"
and conversed with him a short timn about
tbe procession. He substantiated what'
had been said by Kelso, that tho proper
precaution had been taken to keep tho
peace. 1 leu the mayor, at a:w p.m. and
telographod to Gov Hoffman that I
thought everything was right, but would
write. I wroto to him, giving in detail
everything that I had learned lrotn tho
mavor. superintendent of nolico and Gun.
Shalcr. Tho Trlbuno nsks if Gov. Hoff
man did not communicate with Mayor
Hall through me. and then go to Albany
Tho governor' went 'to- A.bany at 10;U0
a.m. I saw Mayor Hall at 3;30 p.m., tho
samo day. X am ready to answer any other
reasonabo-questiorrthat-the-Tribuneniav
ask. Signed J a it eh McQuapk.,'.
LOUISVILLE,
1
THE KU-KiiUX'-IN KEN'rUCKY
;i
01 ,
RAIIjROAD' INTELLIGENCE.
IyHiisviLLic. Julv 22. O: W. Lylo, of
tbe Estell iron work at tho tlrao ot tho al
leged 'i i . J
KU-KLUX UUTHAUSB
wore committed, wa Interviewed by a
Courier-Journal reporter to-day. He said
the reported organization undoubtedly ex
isted andj outrages woro committed, but
tho affair 'was entirely Iccaland without
political. basil whatever.- It' was entirely a
question of labor. Tho iron 'company had
reuueeu tne wages 01 mo miner iroiu $i.ou
id $1.25 per-day,--and the miners struck,
yhn, the company procured ficgrpj labor
ers to take their places. Tho miners then
bandea unorusciTos togejnor in their own
interest and trouble' commenced. Tho
band, was composed of men of both politi
cal parses ana soiaiers 01 001 11 armies,
and tho difficulties wero -purely labor
riots: . 1 L
A,dUpatcU recolve , horo from S.- W.
Scott, general passeneer agont 'of tho New
-mi '-r. 1 ..!,. 1 n.n..f wnon.n ..,ti.
UnvnUI, UHVK.UII Mill. UIV II UIIUIII .III.-
road company, say that tho brldgo at
Manchaco, AlsT., has 'been reconstructed
and tho'road repaired, and that train will
run through to tho depot lu New Orleans
on Monday, tho '24th Inst.
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO AS A CATTLE MARK
1 ET.
REDUCTION OF FAIR ON THE
MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. R.
SHOOTING AFFRAY
" SONVILLE
AT JACK
E.
.,Cil!CA0u. July 22. Knterprlscs arc on
foot Irfthls city of an extensive character,
by capltalistswlth reference to securing
tire imrricnco
CATTLE TRADE
ofTcxlti.
It Is'iho Intention of tho movers In this
enterprise, that Chicago shall remain as it
half been for many ycar, the great cattle
market of the north-west.
Chicago has been remarkably cool and
comfortable during tho pit week ther
mometer ranging from 70 to 75.
Till! MirniOAN f'ENTRAI. RAILROAD
announces that on and after Monday the
Atlantic cxprc. train leaves (bis city at
fiMijp.fn., and will go via tho new nir lino
routo frrfm Nllcs to Jackson. This re
duces the distance about 17 miles.
At Jacksonville, III., last night ut 12
o'clock, two Irifhmcn named AVitham and
O'Urien went to 11 houso of ill-fame kept
by Georgia Poller and commenced throw-
ing bricks at her window. Mr. Poller
aroso and
DlHCIIAROr.D A DKRRI.NOKIt PIBTOL
through the window Tho ball entered
vtiihama slut- inuicliitgn. wound which
will prove fatal. ' Mrs. 1'otU.r was arrest
ed and admitted to bail of Sl.uOO.
FIRKS. -
EXPLOSION AND CON FL AGRA
" TION 'AT WASHINGTON.
OVER A MILLION DOLLARS
'LOSS.
"SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION"
THE INCENDIARY.
SMOKE AND FLAMES AT CIN
CINNATI. AT WASHINGTON.
Washinoton, D.C., July 22. At three
o'clock this morning an explosion occurred
in tho small magazine nt Washington ar
cnal which is used in the preparation of
rockets, lights and shells for signal corps.
The explosion was distinctly heard In tho
northern part of tho citv. and it was al
most Immediately followed by nn alarm of
lire, it caused a serions cfinlbigratinn, in
volving tho destruction of at leat
11,000,000 WORTH OP OOVEBNMKNT Plinp.
EKTY.
Tho llauici communicated to a frame
building near by and wero carried tlienco
to what is known nsstoro houso No. -', and
which was stored with all kinds of cavalry
and artillery equipment, which are a to
tal lost. In this building, too, wm
THE MODEL ISOOM OR MUSEUM
In which woro storod all kinds of models,
etc., of foreign arms and equipment and
which is n serious loss to tho government
fromjthc intrinsic value of tho ai tides de
stroyed. Thero Is
NOT MUCU POWDEK
reported stored in tho magazine where the
oxploaion occurred, as tho arsenal makes
no pyrotechxlc or explosive articles ex
except for signal corps upon special or
der. A sergeant was at work in the mag
azine, and when ho left thing teemed to
bq in good order. I. Is supposed that tho
explosion was the result of
HPOXTAXV.OIM COMI1USTION.
Tho lire! also communicated to ,
ANOTHER ADJACENT I1UILDINO,
in which saddle-trees nnd other equip
ments were stored. A largo quantity of
iron in this building can bo mado availa
ble in futuro building?.
AT CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, July 22. A flro originated
in tho cellar of Curing & Co.' commission
house, on Front street, last night. It
spread to tho remainder of tho building,
damaging tho structure to tho 'amount of
about four thoumnd dollars. Tho princi
pal loss was i the cellar where three hun
dred barrels Of rt-d oil,, worth ton thousand
dollar, were htcrod, Tho building was
covered in the Kquimblo Insurance com
pany. Tho oil was also Insured. The to
tal low H about lil'tecii thousand dollars
RAILROADS.
COLLISION ON THE MORRIS
. AND ESSEX RAILROAD.
STREET RAILROAD EMBROG
LIO IN CINCINNATI.
COLLUSION.
New York, July 22. Tho Morris and
Essex railroad company sustained a loss
of forty thousand dollars by a colliislou
with a coal and froight train near Morris
town, N.ow Jersoy lust night.
HTHK.ET RAILROAD EMHHC0LI0.
Cincinnati, July 23. Tho rivalry be
tween tho John street railway line and
routo No. 0 with reforenco to tho western
extension resulted last night in tho form
er putting on three hundred workmen,
ana under cover of darkness building the
road from tho llrighton House to Ernst
street station a distnnco of lia)f a mile.
Tho cars will run.
W- LOUIS.
THE STKAMER OLIVE BRANCH
SUNK.
St, Louis, July 22. Tim steamor Olivn
Uranch liouco for, Now Orleans nuik at
6 o'clock title morning ten mile bolow
Grand Tower, between )itra and Cairo.
She lies straight but deep in tho water.
It is feared ,shu cunnot, bo rawed. Tho
insurance valuation is J.hirty-uvun thou
sand livo hundred dollars, Shu U in
sured fir twenty-Ujfo thousand In Cincin
nati, wnoftiing and muuurgn otiioo.
23, 1871.
FOREIGN,
PRUSSIA.
IlKiiLiN, July 22,-Tho North German
Gazette lo-!ny announce that tho German
troops aru now evacuating tho French de
partment", Kurc, Soinmoand Seine, and
will return nt onco to Germany.
FltANCK.
TRIAL OP COMMUNISTS.
Vkr.oaii.liw, July 22. Tho communists
tonvicieo oy mo military comnitMion at
-Marsaille.1 havo bocti sentenced lo various
terms ol impri onment. Count DnChnm-
oouru is passing tho summer m Helguim,
at Now Ostend.
In the assembly to-dy thoro was a. very
cavueu ueuatc upon tno subject ot the pe
tition of tho bishops 111 referenco totlio
TKMPORALPOWERS III THE lUI'K.
Thiers, who was chief pcakcr, declared
uncquivicully that ho wliilo would not In
any way compromiio tho policy of tho gov
ernment, ho would do hi belt toiccuro tho
popo' independence.
Gambcttn followed in a pccch approv
ing the scntlmonlo of Thiers und sunuorl-
ed the motion. Tho netition was then n.
ferred (0 tho minister of foreign affair.
HARRISLTRO, PA.
BIG HAUL OF BONDS BY
THIEVES.
BHAitrUriiiORO, July 22. Ona hundred
uud fifty thousand dollar in bonds Wem
stolen from a man in 11 sleeping car at tho
depot In this city. All havo been recov
ered. Tho satchel containing tho bonds
wus uiKcn irom a ooy in the street. Tho
boy nscaped. Tho mnn from whom tho
bonds woro stolen belongs to tho firm of
Geo. Opdyko fc Co., of New -York.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
ST. LOUIS.
Sr. Lours .Inly 22.
FLOUR 10 (.. l.lo higher on supers
and extras.
WII K AT Hull and ca'icr. No. 1 red
$1.13.
CORN - Dull. .Hulk yollow on track
4Gc.
OATS Lower at 37fJ7,38ctulk on track
11A RI.KY Nothing doing.
RYE No sales.
WHISKY Quiet nt OOc.
PORK-Dull nt 15.
UAUOIf Orders filled at previous quo
tations. CHICAGO.
Ciiic.voo, Julv 22, 1871.
PROVISIONS-Dull.
PORK Sales at t 1.371.
MEATS Nominally unchanged,
WHISKY Strong; sales nt 02c.
NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, Julv 22.
FLOUR-Firm. Super $5; 'XKtC:
XXX $0.757.00
CORN (Juict at CCf...C"c.
HRAN Dull 51 00. '
PORK Dull nt $15.76.
11ACON Quiet at llOl'Jl, and 02.
LARD Keg lHlljc.
SUGi R Uuncfiangod.
MOLASSES Unchanged.
COFFEE Unchanged.
WHISKY-Uncbangcd.
CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, July 22.
FLOUR Dull and unchanged; neiv
family, fC.25f2,G.-lO.
AV1IEAT Dull nnd rtrlrm ilrnnnlnr. .
now red, il.l81.20.
COHN Very dull at trio.
OATS Dull ut -045c for now.
RYE Steady at 70(fr7So fur new.
COTTON Unchanged.
WHISKY Active; tales of 1,100 bblr.
at 02c.
MESS PORK Dull; prices nominal at
SU.ri(KM,10.00, both pricos asked.
LAlfD Dull and hold at lOJc. '
HULK MEATS In fair demand at
$5.60C.87, but pow held nt JcJc high
er. BACON In fair deman'd at 0, 8 and
8jc; now held 4c higher.
HAMS Sugar-cured at loire.
HUTTER "Steady at 10l!0c.
EGGS Steady at 12c.
CHEESE-Dull utOJc.
TOLEDO.
Toledo, Julv 22.
FLOUR Dull.
WHEAT !( 2c lower; No. 1 whilo
AlichiciLU 51.24: ntnbnr iln il.m Vi. I
rod i'.21 No, 2dol,18; No. a do $1.10;
rejected do S1.00; No. 1 amber Illinois
$1.2(1; No. 2 whlto Wabash $1.32l.ri3.
iun.-iiuei; mgii mixed ot osjc;
low do 5'ic; whito CJc.
f)ATSOiiInt! Nn. 1 i9fr,aln. V.i '
50c; Michigan GCc; rejected 42c"
LAKE FREIGHTS Firm ; vciseh
scarce: to lliill'alo; fiJigOc to Oswego.
UL'FFALO.
HiTVKAi.o, July 22, 1871.
FLOUR Dull.
AVIIKAT S11111II lining nf nmv vlitl .
Ohio at $1.40; No. 2 Wilwatikeo club nt
S1.2G.
CORN Sales of Nc. 2 at hie ; car lots
at n7(ii'.fcH! ; ""ales of western nt (inc.
I' ltfiltiit irs Very linn.
DETROIT.
Detroit, July 22.
Will-" A T ),,!,.! Ilrm nnrlv .lull
NAu- iixtra S1.32f;r,l.:M: No. 1 white $17
(.ijX'X; ainbir red $1.211.22 ; old, nomi-
BUI hi kfjtiiu iva ;ii it 1 1 yiuiri't
CORN "Dull at Cu01c.
OATS Light. Sales 00.
NEW-YORK.
New-York. July 22.
STOCKS Dull and steady.
GOLD Heavy at 111(112.
GOVERNMENT llONDS-Steadv.
MONEY Easy.
MILWAUKEE.
Milwaukee, July 22.
FLOUR Dull. XX $0.25.
WHEAT Firm ut $1.09, No. 2
rt'IlSflTUIlK.
B. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
QUEENSWARK,
HOUSIS FURNISHING GOODS,
DAIl FIXTURES,
GLASSWARE,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAlltO. ILLINOIS.
LULLETJN BUllDim, WASHINGTON AYE.
''. INSURANCE.
"i N T E i I EST-1 ' A Y f X ( J" P i , .V N .
A new ami novel jfte'n of I.ile In.ttrance io
eenllr InlriKlucfil hvlhn
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
OK NT. Mtfl.H.
Ily thii system, Llle Insnrnncoil 'fumlaheil aI
little e.t ns tiy the unl plnn, and Iho f ol.
ley not let receltn nn annuil lnter el sereu
per tent, upon all Dm money pal J by himtuth'
O'.nii'.Miyt his anrihat premutini lhu earn'nt
htm a. much in n gofrnmrnt liond.
'I he )lan IwJ Ufn ihornuichly rrltiet.nl anil
fully bi'lurseil ly the mot eminent aetiisrliv
and skillful 111 illiAimuohn In lli Inn'l imleei.
it hn nnt yet heen the Mihiect f unMvoraU
nirntifln In any rr.jirel.iblo m'tnt-r.
Oltli of the Omfauy,
noutiiwi.-t corner ioukth avimIi.ivk,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR R. RAERETT, 1'tcsldcnl.
Henj., Willi Alia, Secretary.
tnr.
Missouri 3&xrrrTrj. x.
Kanka hixh In (no li-t el ounil, thrifty VVYxlerr
t.ifu Onij'anir".
It hsainplpcnpital-l'13,oii0,
It 1A nh.l liin.n tttati .nnittfl. In..,., i!li.
Illliliillvl In .Kldllio.i tn ttia eamlnl.
ltlili 0110 Jiim.lro'l thouiand cliill,ir ilenn.ite
wuii imj niaieor tiioun n a prrpetu'ii tun
nnteft to It. noliev hot, l.r.
Ittiateiinibllfrl fully with the new aw7it fne
mnie, wmiinnre qiiim n j cxiunni? ninl more nil
lvenfori'til than tlin.iiof K.i.lurn Htn...
It. Invein lt funiN in the Wet, aniiins
,.,,,ia iiiiiu .i.Miiiiiy ar. rcMNT.i.
lis mnn;einint 11 viyoruua, ktllfil I .mil pro
ueat.
lt annual nwoino fiom Iho interest alone i
nlraady more than aiiRietent tu iiy It. loe.
II lsiie nolleieaiiiQn the orrlinari Ufa atulcii
iIowiiifnt.l.ii).,nl tho !iino rnte ni other rlr.i-
ciaareoinp.intei.
The policy huMer refelre nil Iho irorlu limn.
nnalillrlileniJr.
The alock ImMen. on reeeiro only ten er
eent. of (nteret on their npitnli hv the tcrm 4
the charier.
Theannnnl illvlilemN to policv hohlen nio !
rr.irty greater ihnn many oh! K T'li-rn Companler
hive ei or Ix'eriahle to pay.
Thebtnteof, IIIiiioIk pai'J I.1.1 w-ar aiiout loi.l
tiilllion iloltar lor Life in.iirnnri'
WhV lenil .0 llltlilh mnrirv mil tit II Slfiln.
away In New York nn I New I.'nKlamt for an niticJf
that may he t,ri,ncrtl nist tin riw.111 v iuriiiorn
at holm'
Wllllll .1 l.V,
aprJCuaAlf Auenla ill Culrn.
Mr.niCAi..
DR. RICH.VU'S
GOLDEN REMED1 ES.
Use theo only, and nve lime, he.ilth and
money. $l,ii(i ri nrd lor any cum-of ili.eme, In
any claioMhteh they Inil 10 cure.
DR. RICHAU S DOLDEN 1IALSAM,
Nc. 1 and J, are ,hBre;i(e.t nller.uive.i known,
int. iticn.r-i.oi,i'KN r.i.isiu ii'amol'k
la the irrfale.t tunic and strrrwetit In Iho moj.
cal lim.
IHt. I1U"11M"S(1'I.1)KN AVriliOTr.
iii the only relialilc t ill r'ttia.
Theo reinedten are not advertised to euro all
complalnti. nnd U'ncllt none ; hut arc (,'nainntced
foerlectn radical and "peedd ctuu mall en.fa for
which they am recommended, when nil 1 Iher
treatment nni tailed. 1 cm ol tliotiund yearly
recover hy ihelr n. wlm Iiim lo.t nil Iioiik. and
hecn pronoimced aa ineiuaMohy tlie ln -1 of our
iiii-uiirni inriiiiy.
DJt. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ItALSA.M
No. I, cures Ulcer, ulcerated ore lliro.il anil
mouth, xire eyp, ctitaoeuiK ir!i;iii. tp;ier
eolor.d Molrhe. morrnrtn ol Iho c.ilp, M'rolul i,
eic. It l tlio Kreilenl renevator. alterative nnd
Mood purifier known, rennvea nil mercury from
ih BVMtein, nnd leave the Mood pure nnd
healthy.
UK. ItlOIIAC'S RUI.DKN IIAI.SAM.
No 2, curea mercurial nlleclion, rheiunntum In
all ila (onus, and fe'ivoi immedmte relief In all
C.1.01.
I'll. ltlCll.r.4 OOI.UKN ANTIDOTE,
A mdlcal euro for all urinirv ileraiigementi.
Trice, Sl ;er lioltle.
I)K. HlCHAirS OOMIEN KI.lXlll D'AMUl'lt,
ridicnl c.ura for nervous or ccnernl ilehilltv. In
old or young, Importing energy lih wonderful
eiircv.
Price ?5 per hotile, or two for !'.
On rwelpt ot price, these remedies w ill bo ship
ped to any pltce. Prompt intention p.ud to all
enrreaponr f ids. None renume without the n.une
of 'Hit IIIC'IIAU'SIIOI.DK.S ltlMr:LIK.S, II. 11.
Iticimiiii, nolo proprietor," blow it In li"t of
bottle.
Circular cent. Trade auiiDllcd a. a literal dis
co int.
Address, Dr. I). II. Itich.ird, ! Varlck-it., N.V.
OSfSend tllOll.'V liV Pitir.. nnt-p m.Iu
ihruiiK'h your lruicl-t, and you will meet wlih
lel.ilaiv
11 a it 111: its.
J. GEO. SrEINHOUSB,
FASJirONABLE JiARBER,
for. Slli-sl. mill 'iiiiiii'rcliil.iiv.
Ssj-Stmrp ItaMre,
wtf'Cleaii Tftwid uud
0 dkillfnll Wcikmen.
Ut l.inheh' and children's hiur rut and Hhani
pooed, i'IIIht :it the Hhup or nt their own hmues.
Bariient einenV hl.kerx and hilr ihed in a
ufeiitilh intiiih-r. -!itifM'iion tfimrnnlceil.
TAX IMTIUMI ASEK'.S NOTICE,
To M. M Hnwllue! 'You mo heri.liv iu,IIHp,I.
that at a ante of rea chIiiIo mado liv the hheriit nf
Alexander county, at the. iloorol eomt Ii hix', 111
the lOMnnf Calm, Alexander roiimy, IIIiiiuih, 011
on ihn '.'Till day of June, A. II. Ikto, f Viiilon
purchaseil tho lulloimi di'Miilied real enlale,
Hiluatn in anid euuntv. tor Iho linos. In en II niui
eostn duo lliereon, 101 Ihn lour A. !. IhTo, to-wit-I'raetional
N, 'j. ee'. 1, T. 17.-, It. I V , ii.tnl
in 1110 nnmo 01 m. .m. uiwiiuks, and tnat said ('.
Winston h.ia as.ljjued nil Ida rights iimler said
purchnie to the undersigned, nud I hut tho limit
allowed ly law lor lliu rudupluui ol and reul
ealale will expire on tlie 'J7!h day ol .fuiio. A. i.
Wi.. WM.i. UAI.I.IIlaY.
Cairo, Juno M, liiTI. iji.llt
DISSOLUTION.
Tho Ilrm of Ullntt. Hnvlhoin A Co.. I ,li,,U.
cd hy mutual uuusriit, Mr. Otis Hidden of Cm
elnnall, relirlr.K. The huiuss will be continued
0r Mil. hi n iisyiuorn. 'l imy assume all liabill
He and collect all money duo the llrui.
IIKNIIV KI.MIIIT.
HSUAIt ll.VTIIll(.,
OTIS IIIHIIII.V.
lu conseuuencu of the atovo ehanu'e. alui 10
make room lor a l.irg stock ol fall guous, we
win inaiauii gouus uowu ti cost pncea tor ine
nct thlrtydr;. Klil.llHT IIaYI'HOUN.
i.airo, -uiy r.i, iii. j).ikiuv
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
The l'oity-Thlrd Annual Heasion of Ihe
ST. XiOTJIS
TJIsTI "V" St, S ITY,
Will tpcucullQUtUy 8ojt. tlhi '71
'I . . . ( tt I ..a 1 1 ..a I s a t 1 1 .. .
in i ait'i uhij iiituiiuiivjii ui ivurniug in UW
w tt IntvitiK WemMtitbliHht'UiiilH, Ttn-counr
nf Mimllt'tt titlrti itinrv tumlllv f,r Aniiiiirlmt -
Ihnroliiili f'luuaiflAl I . .it 1 si ura 1 a I .l ...... I
ii5H vimsiwii nuu t.intiiiictutni vuiiuauuii
CMn.bKiiuH oontamiDc lnttructtoiii io tit rents
nml Mil pfcrtleuUra, will Ujtnltmaiiclllrttoa to
JUv, fi. lUMUNTEllKCK.8. J,
i,. .1 1 u . 1.. r .
1 in 1 rui. 131. Louis uaiversuy,
5' t
BASKS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or c A 1 it or
I'ANir.I. Iinif. I'realJenti
ltOlir.UT W. MII.LKR,-Viee.lVider.li:
c n. iiitoiina, ca.hi.rr. . r.r. ...
B
COLLECTIONS .PROMPTLYjJMADK.
E.Xni.VMli:, coin hsnk note and United
St.ite securitle bought and sold.
lnliTi'il AIIowimI 011 TIuiii IleM.lla.
ENTEJ?PRJSE SAVINGS
riuirlercil Mitrrli 111. ISUU.
orru t is
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO.
1 t
in ru rs t
A. "ll. SAKI'ORIi, I'residenti
f. H.TAYI.OIt, Vice-President;
V.. IIY-'l.til. Hucrctary nnd Treasurer.
ninrcTonf :
P. W. IUrclo, Cius.nmonra,
I. M.,rockrLi:tii. Pi i.(. riirn.
lt. M. fl'WIVOIMM, v. J", IIUUBIT
J. it, rmuies. 1 . ,
! ' ' 1
DeiiiKltKir any .liiiiuni t Korel t rl from
Ten 'puis I'liminls.
JNTEKKT paid on deposit at tho raleot six
. porcont. per annum, March Island j-eptem-oer
Nl. Interest not withdrawn I addod imme
diately to-tho pnncipil of (he doposlU, thertby
K-Vln tlicm compouud Interest.
MARIIIil) WOMEN- A.VI) cillLDRKS- MAY
DBl'OMT MO.VEV
s, Tit IT " uvr rist r uraw it,
OiM'ii every bumc 1l.1v from 9 a.m. In 3 n.m!.
and Kilurday eremnx liir HAV1.VI UEPOdlTS
only, from 8 tn o'clock.
au-.nii w. lira LOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIKO IM.IXOIN.
CAPITAL,
sino.ooo
it
orrirvL 1
W. P. UAl.UU.VY, President;
A. 11. 8APFOKP, Cashier;
WAl.TKh 11Y-I.OP, Assistant Cashier.; .
lilucrTOEs:
StutsTavlob, HontRT If. Cinms.-.iux,
.-.1.TT H'llJTr, w. P. HUMDtr,
(i. O. ir.ntMsux, Str.rnr Hian,
A. II. 8u loan.
KxrliitiiKO, i 11 nml I'lillesl Slnlcn
noiul ItoiiRht nml Hold.
D
KPOHITS rfoclvod. and a jjcuornl Uuking
hllS I II t it itnnm
ItAILKOAUn.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1N7I, trains wit
ruu a loliows 1
NOUTIIKUN DtVIStOX.
TRillS OOINIJ SUCTI1IXST.
, . ' Mail. Express
Leave Virginia ii:l'l.in lli.aa r p.m.
" Hiiringlleld 'J-.'.H " 3.0H "
" Taylorvillt' .lihW " I:M "
Arrive at 1'aui 11: til m. ........... 4:17 "
TUXIXiaOIHO NOUTIlWrjlT. '
, . Kxpres Mall.
I.eaB Pans I.uoa.m J:15o.m.
" T)Inrnlle IN7 " i.W "
Arrlro at.-iprlnglleld...(i;13 " .'...6.111 "
Iav .Spsiiigtlcld -Cil " fl.pi n
Arrive a( Virginia .aiS.1 " J..,S-'lS "
SOUTIIKIIN BITIKIO.V.
T1IAINS IIOIMI (DVTIICtar.
I.'ao Kdgumiod 4:30 n.m 10:10 .in.
" llora.... 8:i1 hho
Arme at MinwneetonuX'S.'lp m 8:1$ p,m
tbsi.ns (10 1 no aonrinrrsT.
I.eae HhaHiieelonn 1.1 11.111 g JOn m
" Klorj '.':M " 7 u)
Arrie nt Kdgi'wood 1:60 " S:J0 "
The,ri:'.W n.m, train from IMgcwood, runs only
Mondays, W.dnesilaysnnd Krniaya, and BilSa.m.
train fiom bliuneeiown on Tuesdaya. Thurs
days and r-nturdnvs.
Coiimct ut AahUnit with Jaeksoiivlllo dilision
if Uhleaguand Ahon Hillrnsd, for J ickaor.ville.
Petersburg, Mason City, a nd all noluia west.
At Hprlngficld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, wibh and Western Itnilroad, lor
Uloomlnglui.l'hlcAgo.nndallisiints north, north
west mm went,
At i'liim with Ind. and Bi. I.ouls, nnd Illinois.
Central Itailrond lor nil points cat, south and
aoutheoht,
At IMgewooil with Chicago Uivision Illinois
Central lUllrcmd.
At Hum, with Ohio aid Mississippi Itnilroad.
AtSlmwncetnsn, wun ateanilHiais for Cinclu-
nun, i .i'iucnii, iMirn ami bi. i.ouu.
Oltla.S'li, SMITH. Oen'IRup't.
', Uen'l Kr'gt nnd Ticket Ag't. ;
Jiiiis FlMJITT.
IMMinilANT TIUKKTN.
I.VMAX LINK."
I.lterul, .Vey.Yrk and Phibdelphla
Steamship Coinpnnyy - ...
I M'l'll instant WITH t'MTrD STXTM XXD SSITlVu
IIOr.USil.NT ,
Km lurrying the Mails,
VOR VAHS-VG"E TICKETS
OR ri'HTHa mOHMATIO -' ''
APPLY TO JOHN U. DALE, Aot.,
l.'O llroa.lway. New York, or lo ,,,
II . II 11 1 I ,
16 Washliiglon Avttiue, Cairo. Illinois '
IMM Kill ANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, Kor?alo ( FOR SALE.
iFrrealel ,!(,
FOR SALE.) fSfgSSl FOR BALE.
Furo from Livkkpooi
Faro from Lo vocoder r y,
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Quisbntowx
TO OAIRO, ! : 1 f r ' Hh'ib

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