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JOHN II. OBERLY k CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVIS
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CATAWI1A OUAI'n 1'ILLt.
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."ATAWIIA flllAPe PILLS.
("ATAWIIA UKAI'E 1'II.LH.
HELM 110 1.l
FLUID r.XTRACT SAUSAr AXILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT HAKaAFARlLLA.
FLUID K ITU ALT KARSAFAIIILLA.
FLUID KXTRACT SAIWArARILLA.
FLUID KXTRACT KARnAFARlLLA.
FLUID EXTRACT HARflAI'ARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT r5AK-.AFAlLI.A.
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HELMIIOLDb FLUID KXTRACT AKAPA-
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ILL MKN 1)1' AMEHIUA :
Wm. H. W arner A Co.,
15 North Third mreet, I'hlladclpfila, Pi
Eateemed Friend I congratulate tou an
ivlnt- lbtihaniUomon(nJ..lli aama tiut lh
i intended: x tVM. it.' ha uneh a co.
l.T. Helmbold will remark, in conclusion, that
I. rfmeolcs are inu icauiv i iwhr niu ujnui
udr The Fluid Kxtracta likre been before the
iiillr" twenty rears. The eale of them in that
Inn proren llieir tw h, an t" u.h.
" ,i them Mho followed mr In.tructiona. and
J, 7. .i.n.l imential eii In the extent ol
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v'ertialna-, and that I am and I have been i.lruK
tjwl lSn. --5 &VrSS; ah
inufactur lngcaenjai"(ii-'wy 1 1 1
am aenutlnled with Mr. II. T. Helmbold 1 lie
uSed the dnigitoreoppoaite mr re-ldeacej.
r. L'"r... ".! Iwab e'ou.llv ao before him
Oliwr- i.i.VI illl. hi. h.r.n.
are been lavorawj 4'iy.rtV w iiiVitu aM7
ni of Power &
M-QWi ".'Pf- rnnauei
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1 1 turn
' ho Pill 1 have thought oi.oneriog ta mp amio
; ipr (en jre ar.
1 e the hay
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I '1. no P.nalll
I'nared I'lll vended c.nefally, and putupin
I l .l.'ll-A
1 1 .rA iina nm.riil l. vnur olmd lent -eivant.
HNIOtaa wa ... - - - .
r,"-"""--'li. T. HELMBOLD.
I.atul ralace Drug Btorej No, 9t Broadway,
tee Pnarmaey. niUey lloueo, Broad Wi nd
Wenty.BlnthtUtet.Rew Yerk. , t ,
' Lt'A'thatl mv I
r.nnar-4 now wiin wnai
INDIAN DELEGATION AT
PARDONING POWER OF
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DENIAL FROM SENATOR
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S. VS. THE NASHVILLE
CHATTONOOOA It. It.
THE WHORTON POISONING
WAKiuivaToy. U.OJuly 21. A. JetUt
lias been received lioro Irnm tlie Mcnt of
Little ltaven, and other chiefs of thn In
(liandeleiMlion who recently visited Wash-
PL-ton. the last dated at the Cheyenne nnd
Arahoq agency, July Cth, Jte statci . Ah 9 y ,
arrrived homo on tho 25th of June, alt
wall, and found uverytblng quiet.
Tbe Indians were much pleased with the
account tho delcqation gavo of their treat
ment wuilo In Waihlncton ana tue other
cities which they Tiiitod.
having been mado u to the authority' fey
wntch tuo president, paraonu
THK BIOAMIbT BOWKN.
it may be replied that he did It by the au
thority giren him in the'Jd section of the
1M article of the constitution of the United
States, gives him power to grant reprieves
and pardons oxcept In eaatii 61 JmpaotcK-
Infonnation hat been received nera
from Senator Schurz, in denial of too
statement that he ha acvered hi connec
tion with the AN eitllch Post in Missouri.
still remains here, in spite of the state
ments which 'announce hit beingwith Mr.
Longfellow, tbe poet.
Ataring tue absence 01
the affairs of the British legation will be in
chargo of Hon. Francis Parkenham, first
secretary ci the legation, air Mwtra
Thornton will be absent about two weeks.
Tbe suit of the
U.VITKD TATF-t TH. THK WASimtLE AND
IW3. In the circuit court of tbe United
Slates, he been compromised. The rail
road company pays mo united state one
million dollars in bonds of the company,
bearlnrrfotir per cent; interest, ana rurr-
ninc from twentv to forty years. ,
Tbo atneunt in tho controversy, wa
about Sl.7iO.000. and wa tho amount
clairmy "by tho government for rollinr
stock and material irntirovomonU, which
the road received during and at tbe close
of the rebellion.
Judce llallard, who has been acting as
chairman of the
, f KU-KLUX lNVK?TlaATINa COMMITTEK,
left here for hu.uomo in ermont on rn-
committee it to discontinue its ex
aminations in a few days, and tako recess
till the full committee meet again, which
will boon tbo Zd 01 September.
Wahhinctox, July 2. The barometer
ha been quite high during Sunday and
tho (Central area it movinr eastward over
Pentit'jivanl. 4 A amaltjareav of loir' ptets
ure continue east of tbe Gulf.
Tbe barometer is teadily falling in the
Mississippi valley. Tbe westward tern-
.peraturo remain low, etpocially in Vir
ginia and Florida. Northwesterly wind
Dave prevailed; .P VDO. 1 aom Auaniic
coast nnd now extend westward to tbe
Mississippi. Clear and pleasant weather
has been very generally reported irom mo
lake and Mississippi valley to the
Atlantic;' Cleat and threatening weather
m advancing ever lowa ana Arkansas.
Pleasant weather will probably con
tinue on tho lower lakes and Atlantic
coast. Threatening weather with rain
will probably advanco into Illinois this
morninc and extend into Michigan and to
Tonno'iee during the day.
WAiiiciTO!r:,'Jtllr 24. The' report of
Hie department of agriculture Just pub
lished, mow mat mo potato crop win uu a
fullaverago; hay crop hort, and apples
about three-fourth of, a good yield.
THK KU-KLUX COUMITTKK.
J. II. Cbristv. of Athens. Oa., was ex
amined to-day by the ku-klux committee,
and testilled in tubstanco that he knew of
no ku-klux in his district or any portion
ofthetatc. ; ij niilO. t't .
In answer to tho inquiry whother no
,A Cmilltlnt nf ItnowlnL- anvthinc about
iu "Conircs -fromthat dlrtrictr nd-
utually attended thq,court, ln4tho western
counties, a well as in portions of mo
northern countie. Inirespqnsata Bn in
terrogatory, ho statod that he believed
ho wa personal)- acquainted t,w'tu, ho.
pooplo gonorally. No more crime 'wr
committed now than" before the war In
his section of tho tate. He admit-
tw4 vuvru uati'in-n lumo'TIOiatioiia-Ji'iaw
bv d scillsed men for the nurnoio of nun.
. , . . , ---. r--r. .- a.
ifliiinir mon aiiu woman r.ir livinc- in mini
torv nnd fornication.
Ho statod alto that itwa tho ohntorkl
opinion In thocommuntty opeoplq;
iook vne law 111 wieir uwu uanus oecauso
, Another mine wnicn cavo riso to man v
oxi;eratlons Jn regard tq;thg ip-clld kuv
mon for tho
1. an Jict of .mischievous' young
ho purrV5 id 1 Tn'e
a wrappod ItiemiolTif In sheet
andtcared guporttitipus negro,, 9me; of
whom believed they were, the ghost of
dcieMed;confedorte soldier. , .
Tho'io negroes, had disguised ,tienneivos,
and i - ' '
lln Clark county, and there had been but
lit l6ild,bOUtltM..I WVUM llltllT .
tnn.niA,1 iA nl.Ira aa wltUn TY1 Wli fa liBfl
a r tl 1 . ar ..-.. . .
He expressed the oplnlon.tiitt Aiptticu-"
ardson had not been attackod On'psllUcal
grounds, and that no negroes had been ln-
.'et,i but some had probibly'bedn preventod
l.UCKOI." , I
great many outrages in other parts ot
state, he replied that when in AVashington
he could hear a great many storios of that
kind that were greatly magnified for po
litical effects; that thero was less violence
in Georgia than in tho Now England
utatea. Now-York, or any where else.
a put up Jon.
The following private dispatch from
Yorkville, South Carolina, dated July 24,
ha been received in Wabington : "The
sub-committee on outhern outrage hare
arrived hero. YoUrdy oVtnlng at the
supper tablo at the hotel, Hon. J. K.
Htevenion, of tbe committee, and Hon. A.
J. Wallace, representative of tki district,
were assaulted a they took their aeaU, by
Mai. Ja'me Barry, a prominent cUIkoti,
and a pltehetjraUiWMUWf a oyt
tem. Wallice drew a revolver, but Maj.
Jiarry was surrounded by friend and Ion
tbo hotel. '
At 9 o'clock tho committee wa iero
naded by a negro band and a crowd col
lected. A tho band wa retiring an affray took
place In which one negro was shot, receiv
Ing three wound. No arrests have been
Supervisor Marker report to tho inter
nal revenue oicce mat in mo
FIRST WISCONSIN IiIHTKT
erery tax ataetcd upon the annual .list for
Ibil. amounting to fi'i.0W lias been oic-
THK WHARTON POIHl.MNO CAK.
One of our citsr.cn has received a letter
from Mr. J. O. Wharton, itcr-ln-lw f
Airs. it. 1. Wbarton, now in jail in uaiti-
ino'o on a charge ot poisoning Uen. Ketch-
um, and tno attempted polionlug ot ..
Vannerr.'in wbicli tbe sarcMy dear hus
band died. I did not know tho reason of
his death: but after mr child 1 funeral, on
ly a week after, I wat taken suddenly ill,
ana at one uai 1 waw mougni o uu ut
incr. iltold tho doctor 1 wa poisoned thn"
dy I waa taken lick, and thai I tuspected
tbo had poisoned my husband and child.
1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1. 1
1 voiq inj uroiner siuau ui mj iiuj vmnu .
famllv when It occurred, nearly four year
ago. I waa taken from her house. I
never bad but one opinion' arid that wns
that the poisoned them. I barely escaped
with ray life. Mr. H. "Wharton owed my
husband iu.iOp. wWch we, witbMifBciilty,
got afUr4idath. ' .
o CHICAGO: - "
ZEIGEMMEYER TO HE SEN
EXCURSION ON THE CHICAGO
. .. 1 RIVER.
STABBING AFFRAY AT DYERS
THE NEW GRAIN INSPECTOR
AND THE BOARD OF TRADE.
" Ciucaoo, July 24. Zelienmi jtr, the
murderer of Gumbleton, had a hearing
before tbo Criminal Court this morning,
on application of his counsel for' a new
trial. After his counsel had been heard
Judco Booth overruled tho motion for
now trial and Zeigcnmeycr will bs. sen
tenced in accordance with tho verdict of
tbo Jury on Thursday.
To-morrow tho achievement 01 drain
ing the' Chicago river through tho Illi
nois and Michigan canal
WILL UK CKLKI1RATKD
by an excursion in the canal boats to
Lockport. Ono thousad guests have been
invited j Including Governor Palmer and
other leading, miui. .
i t' "ThE .ClltCA'ao CLUB.
have parchaed uf-Potter Palmerthe IntO"
residence.of Heory 'arDU,n 00 Michigan
avenuo1" for tnb clutr. Tho price' paid was
At Dyertville, Iowa, on Sunday night,
two young, men named ptagnor. and liag;
ley got" Into Uidificaltyjwbeir the latter
stabbed tbe former in. (tlungf inflicting
serious wounds. 4
Tho fotolutiqns offered K U10 ,., 4
HOARD OF TKADK
1 Saturday, in relation to the'neW grain
spector were 'called up in that body to
tv, and on motion of J; J. Richards wore
tabled UU. further .notice. ,
MILITIA BEING ORGAN
UIZED. i 'Vi '
RADICAL PROGRAMME' TO CAR
THE COLORED BAPTIST
THE WAlt iN -AltrNSAS,
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tiiu irf r iti l
Little Hock, July 24. Tho militia it
being brgahlzcd throughout tho state for
that it i part of tho programme to car
ry the election, .iaoj
Two boys, one whito and the other color
ed, Oro 0 ) i ' ) () Ji r
' ' DROWN KD
fw day ago whilo bathing.
Mr. Archreft, raorher of several chil
dren, residing at Warren, who tried a
cotiplo of weelcs ago to
with an ax, cut her throat tho other day.
She is not expected to live.
rOLORKD UAITIST HTATE CONVKNTION.
hay Ij decided thit they havo no right to
tfy me iter, wniie,' colored lumeran
proacner. tho matter will probably bo
TIIV WAR IN ARKANSAS.
Borlous trouble are reported in Chicot
county again, growing out of a disputed
Judgeship. Mason, colored, claims to bo
iriilrh" elected countv Judire. ltailand.
'white, was apposed &(j-upfircoed him,
but tho former refuses to surrender the of-
Jce. It i roported tht on tbe 11th, Ma
n marched 400 negroes Into town and
GEN. PLEASANTON AND THE
ADMIRAL JOHN KOOKItH
BURNINO OF THE FRENCH
r SCHOONER "NELLIE."
ROIHiEUY OF A RANK .MESSEN
GER. ETC., ETC., ETC.
New-York, July 21. A AVashington
dispatch to the Times enys : It Is exceed
ingly probable tho change to long looked
for-in the internul revenue office will be
come mi accomplished fact within a few
dnyf, by tho removal of Gen. PleHsauton.
There aru no Indication at present :u to
who will JUccoed tho present coinnil-slon-er,
nnd It Is thought the position may be
held open for sotno tlmo with Deputy
Commissioner Douyla?" a.s acting commii-
unc. ot tuq unioriunaio results oi mo
ti'untloti of affairs between tho internul
revcauo dtlico nnd truutUry, lnw been tho
resignation of Cuesly, chief of tho revenuo
At a meeting of tho French ection of
INTKRNATIONAI, WORKINOM F.S' ASSOCIA
of this city, was held vestordav, lliu sub
ject of tbo recent not boing Uicusud.
Uitizens" (julllatel and ilbruyeru argued
in favor of permitting all sects and parties
to parade in tho street J whilo other citi
zens mado speeches in opposition. Finally
resolution were pasted recommending
tha suppression of all procession, except
those which commemorate nurolv Ameri
can national events, and censurinc the au
thorities lor ttieir courso previous to tue
A meeting of tho Irish confederation
was held yestorday and voted to hava a
lecturo at Cooper' institute, by Thomas
Clarke Luby, instead of a mast meetiug m
had.been proposed. One of speaker", in
tho course of hi remarks, laid: In this
country tho Irish were constantly craving
for excitement, and unless you culled
meetings continually and make inllamma
tory speeches, you could not control them.
Two persons wounded in
THK LATK RIOT
remain at Ml. Sinai hospital.
Tbo following is a translation ot a letter
' THE COKKANS
to Hear Admiral John ISogers, commitnil
inc the Asiatic Kiuadran:
"In tho year a mini of your nation,
whose name was Feibger, camu hern and
communicated nnd wont away. Why
cannot you do tho same.
In tho vcur 1805 sainu neonlo cnlluil
French came here, and we refer vod to
tbem for what happened.
This pooplo and kingdom huvii lived in
tho enjoyment of their own c vilizatiori
for four thousand years and we want no
Wo trouble no other nation. Why
should they trouble u.
' Our country is in the furthest east,
yours in tho furthest west. For what pur
poso do you como so many thousand
miles across the en?
Is it to inquire about tho vessel des
Tho General Sherman came hero and
hermcn committed piracy and murder, and
thoy were punished with dertth.
liO'you want o'ur land'?' That cannot
Do you want intercourse with ua ? That
" THK rjKNERAL anKRniAN CLUB."
of tho' Irlh confederation yesterday
adopted a series of resolutions character
izing ,'tho Bring by tho militia on tbo mob
on the 12th, as tho foulest blot on the
civllization or tho nineteenth century.
Tho total loss by tho
BVRNI'0 OF THE FRENCH K'HOO.NKK
off the battery, last night, Is ono hundred
and twe'ntv-llvo thousand dollar. Tho
cause of itho flro was tho lack of proper
Tho sorvieo of commemoration over
tho engineers, Gcorgo II. Hill and Frank
Kornon, killed in tho recent accident on
tho Newark & haw lork railroad was
uttended by two hundred and tlfty engin
eer at Nowark yestorday.
The uiune of busb Lull at La Cross, Sat
urday afternoon, between Knickerbocker
1 -. Li l..t . ..1 ....
ami, jiuuiiuuaii eiuus lor mil cimuipiiui
shlp.of tho United Stales, was wori by thu
Tho Mutal buso' ball club of this uitv
started on, 'a tour west last night to bo ab
sent until August Mb.
A portion of tho now tunnel overSeventy
and SoVnty-flrI. Btrccl8 caved In yester
day evening, burying tho track and se
riously Injuring two children. The track
wm obstructed tor some tlmo but I now
' BANK I2-r,RN(IKK IU) 111) F.I).
A messem?; of the bank of New-York
was knocked dowp on the corner of Broad
way and Warren street, Saturday after
noon aVi o'clock, smd robbed of 10,000 in
governriiont1 bonds. Tho thieves escaped,
visltod tho Brooklvn riavv va-J to-duy
and iutpectod tho steamer Congress. Ho
ubscquently returned to Long Branh.
11 . ' i
JAIL DELIYER"T SEyEN PRIS
QuiNCV, III , July 24, A mun namud
Harvey Larkman. a nntivu of Pennsylva
nia, and employed on tho T. W. tmd W.
R. II., was drowned it) tho river whilo tuk
ing a sail this mornlnc, and three other
men in some bout made u narrow .csonpo,
Tbo, body wa recovered
A JAIL I)t.lVKHY
occurred at Cliillicotho, Missouri, on Fri
day nlclit and soven peri
SMALL PONJtAGINtV AT PORTO
l'.Milh, July '2 1. Tho municipal elec
tions in tho city yostc.'da'y reultcd in the j
choice of ix for tho ronicrvntivos and fo?-ty-ninc
for tho moderate republican. Tho
vote cast was very jmall.
The journals nro discouraged at tho
npnthv shown bv the citizens of Paris.
Their absence from voting has reached un
precedented figures. Tho Louvro Na
tional warns tho pooplo that u nation
which takes no interest in lis own affair. f
condemned to ruin.
Versailles, July 21. It N reported
that Favro persists in his resignation be
came n pctltlcn'of the Bishop, urging tho
government to 6tipport the temporal
powor of the popo has been roferrud to tho
ministry of Foreign affairs.
the civil ht.
London, July 24. In the hooso of
commons, Geo. Dixon, member from Bir
mingham, wished to know if any reduction
in tho civil list was possible. Mr. Glad-
stoi.o replied that ho considered that thn
question aroso from a misapprehension of
the character of tho list, wbicli ho stud
was n solemn compact ninue between tno
sovereign and tho people.
THKfltlNCr. of walk
goes on Monday to' Dublin with I'rinco
Arthur, Duko of Cambridge, Princes
Jjouic and llio .Marquis of J.orne.
St. Tiiouah, July 21. Tho small-pox is
raging ut Porto Placo.
Port Au Prince, Hayti, July 8, via
Havnta. Tho old currency bus been
called in and u new i;uo substituted. Tho
project of tho government to effect u loan
whercbv it ml'-lit be enabled to redeem the
currency and substitute speeio hns been re
Venezuela, July 8. Tho country U in
a quiet condition, except Barcelona, where
thuro has boon hard tlghling nenr F.spcr-
Rome, Julv2l. The reports to tho ef
fect that thu departure of tho pope from
Koine H near at band, are still denied
Madrid, July 21. -Mar.hul Sernrio hav
ing lulled, benor Artziiia is now trying to
lorm a new ministry.
ACCIDENT ON THE LOl'IS
VILLE AND NASHVILLE
BRAKEMAN KILLED AND
THROWN FR6M THE TRACK.
Louisville, July 23. Yesterday tho
north bound freight train on tbe 1miIs
ville and Nashville railroad ran of the
track. near Glasgow Junction. Tbo acci
dent was caused, by a broken rail. Eight
cars ran down a twenty foot embankment
and wero completely wrecked.
John Noonan, u brakeman, was crushed
to death., lie was from bandusky.
This morning near Cavo City on tho
mo road u freight car beoamo un
coupled from tbo train and ran into its
roar throwing tho cars off tho traek and
injuring several ears and thocngiiio of tho
L0 LIS VILLE.
ARRESTED FOR HORSE STEAL
ING. DHATH OF A SOMNAMBI'lilST.
Loi'i-. villi:, July 24. Goo. M. Mouls,
a tic-Hive from Bellfontainc, Ohio, where
he WH'j uiiiUir mid indictment for liure
tlealing, whs n'rrejded here to-day, mill
will liu held to iiwall a requisition Irom
Til E SUMNAMIIl'I.IHT IlltOWN.
who wtilkod out of the third stcry win-
doy of tho Globe Hotel, iptlorduy inorn-
uit, died lust nlglit Irom Iih. in
juries, lle.enmo to this city about a year
ago where it is said no una oeeu a school
lonelier. - '
MEMORIAL TO CONGRESS.
Memphis, Ju)y 2tv Thu Chuiuben of
Commervu to-duy adopted u memorial to
Congreiis, praying that tho tux collected
on cotton during and utter tho war bo
rafundod and that' u copy of tliif bu sent
to all chnmbeu'of commerce in, the coun
try. : ,
AN AGE REPOTER DROWNED.
Phi'ladklfhia, July 24. Wm. Stcne,
n ropoiter of tho Ago was drowned yester
day, i '
Clbvkland, 0( July 21. Tho AthloU
lisot PhlladelnhiH, detuuted the bore.t
Cincinnati July 21. .lame Maldox,
claimed to havo been poisoned by John
.Mcthcringham, was found on mo pave
nont in how Port, Ky., Inst night in ndy
Mcthcringham and Mrs. Currall, whoro
Maddox boarded, wcro arrested.
Tho doctors who mado
exnmlnntion, think tho man died form
pelson. Tho verdict ot tho coroner's lury
Is suspended pending upon chemical an
alyif. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Orleans, 2 1.
TLOU 11 Scarce for high gradoi.
Superfine l. m; .V.V$u; x.a 6(i'i.
WHEAT Mixed 720; whito 78e..
OATS-Qulet (it C3f.Cc.
HAY Scarce at W!80J.
H 11 AX Quiet nt Jl.
POIMC Dull i offering $15.75.
BACON Scarce ; firmer at"c: rib !
rTtafa; sides 10c.
LAUD-Flrin. Keg Hllllo.
SUGAU In good demand. Com
mon 0$; prima to choico 12'12.
WHlSkY-Slock light. ' US 105.
COFFEE Dull at 13J015J.
t ' St. Louit, July 21.
FLOUR Fair Inquiry; prices un
changed. WII HAT Snnnlo Ifn2e lower.
CORN Dull: mixed" in' bulk on track
OATS More doing; Cil.. in bulk
BAULKY Dull at 60c.
WHISKY -Stcadv nt O.lo.
PORK Lower; Sl4.f.015.00.
BACON Jobbing and order lots at 7c;
olo.ir rib 8lc; clear Uc.
Cine oo, July 21.
PROVISIONS Dull and nominslly
PORK 14.12 seller August.
WHISK Y Firm and salalilont 'J2c ; of
ferings liglit. ' I
Cincinnati, July 24.
FLOUR Very dull; now family, SO
CORN Dull at 5465c.
OATS Dull Ht 40(Sil4c.
HYE Dull at 707:!c.
BARLEY (iuict ut 800 for 'nil.
COTTON Quiet nnd unchanged.
WHISKY Active at U2o.
MESS PORK Dull ut $14.00; no lie
mnnd. LARD -Dull nt 10lc : no sales.
UUi.lv MEATS-lluld ut.-i-t, liGiic;
BACON Held ut , 877,a c, with
sal-i; shoulders nt tho Qitotutbn , sides
nyt saleable at better, 8K8Sc; nigar
cured hams, lololc,
HOGS Active at $1.75(5.00.
BEEF Dull at 2 to 5c gro-s.
BUTTER Steady at IC20 for thn
EGGS Steady ut 12c.
JJkthiot", tuy, "4.
W'ltKAT Fair demand and Saturday's
price fully sustained at $l.U2 j Trodwcll,
$1.32; No. 1 whito, S1.27; amber, 1.20;
old wheat l2o lower.
CUKN Steady; uoosoiiorj o'.'c ouycr.
OATS State, 6900.
Buffalo, July 21.
WAEAT Heavy; sales of 5,000 bu. at
$1.2'J; new red Ohio $1.27; No. 1 dull.
CORN (iuict; sulci of 55,000 bu. No. 2
westorn at 67c, pnrt to arrive.
OATS Lower ; sales of western at 58e.
RYE Lower; sales at SOe.
Milwaukee, Wi.. July 21.
WHEAT Stead v at St.10 for No. 2.
J. G EO. STEINHOUSE,
FA SI ri ONABLE 1?A RHEK,
Cor. Stli-tt. mill S'oiumorriiil-iiv.
, iMl'Clran Towel and
lti)"l.n,ln ' 1111,1 elilldreii'ii liair 'Ut and itlinm-
pooed, either at tho aliup or nt their nun liomes.
Utrni'iitleiuen't wluakern aad hair ilud in "
I'U tilllVi' mnniier. W itllellon miaraiiteeil.
"TAX PrUCIIASIIR'S NOTICE,
To M M llnwliiiftrl You aru heieby nolltieil,
that at a -ale of rea1 estate made by the -herill of
Alexander county, at Um iloorol coutt Imuae, In
tlio luunof Cairo, Alexander count), llllnoia.ou
on tho 27th tn "f .lime, A. 1. 170, C. Wiiittnn
liniuliaaed tlio fololuit deMtlbed real ciUlc,
ailuatn In a aid county, tor tlio tavi't. In ere II ami
eo-ts iluo lliereoii, lor thojear A. I. I""", Ih-wU-Fractional
.N. ! j ee. l.T. 17 s1, II, I H ., nw-fW
In ihe nanio of M. M. Itinllngs, and that naid I .
Wlnaion has a.luil all hi" imlil- nuiler alil
purcliano to the iinderaiuned, and Ihat thollnio
allowed by law lor thn re.leption ol mid leal
eatato lll expire on tlio J7Ui day ol Jinie. A. t'.
1H7J M. P. IIAI.IilH 1 1 .
Cairo. June ad. Hill. l)"JMO
Tlio firm of Elliott, llaythoiu A Co., Is duaolv
i d by mutual consent, Mr. Otis Hidden of Um.
cinnatl, relirini;. The bulnrs Hill bo continueil
lir Elliott A Hay thorn. They iuume nil 1 1 n . 1 1 -ties
and cvlleut allluoney duo tho linn.
1 IlKNItV EI.IiUMT,
in cousenneiice of tlii nlovo ermine, and to
make room tor a lartJi mivk ot fall Koona, we
ulll mark all ko1" down o cost p; i;ea lor tlio
uextthlrtydn-. EM.IllIT HA V fllUHN.
Cairo, July 1i,1S7I.-J)20.II- '
B. S. HARR.ELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
ROUS FURNISHING GOODS,
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
or '., ito.
DAMr.t. liril'l); i,relfifnlf' '
UOur.KT w. MIM.KR, A'fcerrelilent i
c. N. IIlinitKH, Ca.liler. .
COLLECTIONS JPItOM PTLYfM AD K.
EXCIIANUK, eoin. bank nolo- an I I'mlcd
!jtat' ..ecuritie- lioiijlil and -old.
Iiilcrcxt AllniX'il on Tiinc llrpnsltn.
KNTK R PR rS E S A VINGS
( linrloroil Jliirrli ni, 19ft.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
' n ri. t j
A. H. StKFORt), l'reldenti
S. .. TAYI.OIt, Vier-Pretlilent;
W. IIY-'LOl', Beretnrv ami Treasurer.
P. W. lUnci.i,
I'. M. STix hrir.Tii,
I'm. O. fciurii.
1!. M. t'lMMXll.W,
W. P. Huiinn,
J. II. PnuiirT.
Ilriills r any Aniniint Itrrrleil from
' Toil Oeitti 1'puiirtls.
1NTKKKST paid on depolt at tho rteol six
percent, per annum, .March 1st and Septem
ber lt. Inleret not withdrawn li addeil Imme
diately to Hie principal of the deponlla, thereby
gitintf them compound (ntere.t.
MARItir.Ii WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
o til r .c ir.ci patw it.
Oiicn erery bininem day from 9 a.m. to 3 ii.m..
and Saturday evening lor H.VVINO DEPOSITS
only, from 4 to 8 o'clock.
aiiJL'ii luuiauur, iieiaiarr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
. I'. IIAL1.1HAY, Prcaidont;
11. HAFFOllO, Giihler;
WAI.TKK HYSI.op, AilantCahier.
."till TaIOU, ltOtlHT H. Cl'.NMXOIMU,
Scott Wiurr, VV. P. H uiiuiv,
rim. It. YiiiMis, Srrriirv Ilian,
A. II. ?nrni.
r.xcliniiKP, Colli unit ViilteU Nintca
IIoikI IIoiikUI anil Kold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general bauklng
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It.
On and nfior Monday, April -Ith, leTl, train wil
run sit iollowa :
tbiin aoiso .lutruruT.
Leave Virginia nibia.m..,
" riprinstield 'J'.'.H " .,
" Taylorvillo 10:5.! " ,
Arrive at I'ana 11:10 m. .
i 12:3o p.m.
,. 3.00 "
,. I:2tl "
... 4:17 "
TRAINS OOIXO XOaTUWUT.
Leavo Pana 4:iin,ni ,
V Tuylorville ..I:IT "
Arrlvo at tiprlnKllelil...C;l "
I.earo piimlie!d .ti:2S "
Arrlie at Virginia ;2A "
Tium uoivd irarriik'Aar,
Leaiu Kdcnood S.SI a.m. 10:10 a,m.
" Flora :2i " - 11:10
Arrive at blmneIovrnJ;lp ni 6:13 p.tn
TRl.S UOIKil aonTlllVKST.
I.earo t-hawnectown....5:IJ a.ni ... 6:J0p.m
" Flora. 2:5.1 " 7;U0 "
Arrive at Ednwood WU, 8:20 "
Tho0::w n.m. Iraln from IMl-cwooiI, run only
Moinlnya, WtdneailayHnrul Fridaya, and 5;l1a.in.
train from ShanneetoHn on Tuesdaya, Tliurs
itava anil haturilay-.
ConlHL'Is at Anlit.md Willi Jack-onvllle dlvlalon
f Chleaao and Alton llillroad. for Jtck-ocvllle.
l'eterabiirt;, Mnon City, nnd all nolnta weat.
At rpnns"i'i. wun 1.111110 ami Alton, ana
uledo. Waba.h and Wculorn llailroad. tor
lllooinlnKtf n.tlilcao.iinil nUplnlii nortli.uortli-
en ami wen.
At I'ann 11 all Ind, and Si. I.oula, and Illinois
Central Itailroad lor all points t-iut, aouili and
aoillheaiit. . .
At i;d2twood w th Chlcaxo tlirlalon Illinois
At Flora, with Dili') aid M.asl-iippi Kailroad.
AtSliawneuln-ii. with atcamboais for Clncln.
nil, Idilcali.Cnlrnaiiiisi. 1.011m.
Oltl.AM) 831IT1I, Oon'IBup'L
Jmis FoiiatTT, llen'l
Fr'st and Tiokot An'!.
I.ivrrpool, Nuw-York and Philadelphia
Steamship, , CQiup any , ,
vndku roMnicT itii VMirin statm AaDtaiTiiu
l'or'Cnrryini- the Mails,
VOlt VASSaITe TICKETS '
ou rwiTiita iNroauiTiox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
U) Broadway, New York) or to
210 Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illiquid.
FOR SALE, '
E,y For Sap (FOR SALE,
iCfl S'ALE.J K9aiUF6R BALE.
L.J For Hale, I
Varo from Liverpool,
Faro from, LofDCXDEHHr,
Faro frptn Glahiov,
Fare from Qukenstown
I "IVI.&11 tt'ltrl At Vl tlofl Tint tlMM AT
SOLD BY PRUuaiBrs r,viin-na' I iivn ivm v