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CATAWIIA ORATE 1'ILLS.
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FLUID EXTRACT BAIUiAI'ARILLA.
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RILLA Cir nil Kru4Miu o(Hm kia, - - -
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JIELMIIOLU' FLUID EXTRACT HAKSAPA-'
I'.nkrs heavily Into the Citciit.lion of the
Ilt-antlfirs the Complexion.
IVfUllflTT,' TfTTTn VrTB U-P itlltlll'l.
who iimie mt')iuu in BirruKiii ui nan iciiuj ui
inciclaas added to a pint of witter equ.U Hit
ay. A delightful Uiterajo.
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HELMIIOLD'l OATAWHA UIIAVK FILLS
A pleasant, safe .ml agreeable Cathartic.
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scdln all aneetivn where Purgative Medicine
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ipcrsoue aiagntcia, o.iu auu every owier im-
HELM1I0LD S CATAWDA QRATE TILLS,
Certain in otlecl, and pleasant in operation.
HELMIIOLD'H CATAWDA QUATE TILL
I. not a patented Pill.
HELMlfOLD'S CATAWDA ORATE PILLS
ecomo!ed ol Catawba Grope June and Fluid
irchaietwn bottle, of IIKI.MnOI.D'S 8AUSA-
mi. i.. nhi mm iir hi 11 i.i unrin meir
ight in roIJ.
IIEI.MIIOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT 11UC1IU
ilu acimiroda world-Hide lame.
iictidj oi iwiuuv year luu uroveu uu 10 u
voe rotnark. mal djr llenmmln Trarerip, f. It.
rt. Bpcaklnic or thob'alfeAtcir, and dlveaie.
log from tuft oxccii" of mercury, he Mates
it no remedy la e(ual.to tlio Extract ofBar.
nlla. Its ioitI extmorditurv, more .othan
y outer uriiK i nin aciiuaiuu'ii mum. ji ir. in
the Ui'iiiwr, a vnir, witlilliltloTaluable
rihato-tlut it ii ip!lcul-Iu lota tlo ol the
item .0 nunkcn, nnJ rt no Irritable, n. ren
r oilier .Ubatance. 01 11:0 tonic ciasi tmatail-
le or Iniurloim.
RKMAItKSol thofiUIUTCUEMISTS AND
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it .1 ' " - Wro. rt.WrDr4Co.,
IS North Third atroet. I'liiladulolita. Pa.
T. Helmboldi ' .......
Esteemed Kriend I congratulate you on
vine the handome.t and at the same tune the
nt Rllectire Till that I Iutb over known for tho
l.T, Jlclmuold will.timark, in conclu.iotif Ih.l
i remedleH are the' resalt of lonR and careful
dy. Tho Fluid Extract, have been efpro the
blic twenty Tear.. The. .ale ortliein In that
le prove, their value. -All Iwo been benefit.
I by themwlit..fo!''-k,J,'n.r inieon., and
Jay they itaui linequallod Ui llio extent ol
ilr aale, and un.nrpas.ed'hr any medicament
the IJI.penaatory of the Uultud StaUa, not
eptlDK .inslp MS& Uo" l'u,-i Bolej.
Treparatlon. .,,,,.". . ,
roote. inienuou. ji. s uu,
'harniaceuucai j cianu nu iiuuu iu ik., huh nmu
;cr patented a sinRlo one.
'o dliipel any linprc.lon of prejudljo that
iht exist In tho minds ol many nalne! my
paration., from' tlio.publiclty.KlytujthrouKh
ertialna, and that rum and Iiuto Uh A'drufj.
t for a licriOU ui iwnuj iriw.( win mule bun
ta prev " ,,,ifl,i!lul,,.f.u.,t i?rT
DKCIICHU6" "1 I OWWtl'JI ,,.V4
' 'november'4, ,W4.
m anualnted with Mr. II. T. llelmbold ho
lupled the drug .wreopioua hit rwiuwe,
1 was .ucces.ful In con.luc ng (ho huninea.
sra other, had not been equally so pcfqrp him.
hemltt Ilnth and!liroro Hhlladel-
Mn" ' auewKi'ojiTnri'ifi. ',,"'
,110'riU I hayo thoiight'or offering to thrf.atBic-
dlVIt' nerfeet. and I .hall .take my,
o invitingMyie in -wiiii;" iii fiiiiwra iiiira
" bottlo.Tabel. wrapper all bw with what
oUioy haye'b'een prepared. After exnmlnn.
w, no Engllsli.or French preparation will ahow
.l i om reallv nroudof them.
istead t the'nauatypas.lopltlnjK.'tarelesslr
parod Pills tended eenerauy, ami put up in
.',i,., mi mado senorallr. or ollcrod
.those haying r.o experience a. Physician.,
'iggl.ts or manufacturers lof jaeilfoino, tost
!.tal rait'ee Drua Etore. No.'SOi Uroadvrsy,
I"'"" hi. Tf ahiia n.Aa,..in ntJ.l
nolo tt l'liarmacy. Continental HoUl, rhila
elpbla! ani o. 1M Bouth Tenth street, Phil
delphla. ,..iH.n n airfiKT. ranw tart.
Kepurlrd pa,relallp fr my'nlro nol
letlu. Ten hour In ndtnncp or HI.
NEW YORK. '
THK JiA'FH Tilfl)IFIbTj)lt.M.,
GKKAT IJKSTIUJUTION OF PROP
- i i ii WrXvi .1 II tt it. A J ic
'THK KVANGKLIOAli ALLIANUK.
J?ALL OF AN OVEKLOADKD
imiDOK . i -
TWO HUN DUE D PKOl'LK PRB
CIPITATKD INTO THE
(J RAN I) DUKE ALEXIS PREPAlt.
ino for his visit to
New-York, Juljr '-'C l'.cporU o( lUo
very dentructivo hall itorm which puled'
last week over portion, of Sullivan county
in tli is itato ana "Wayne and l'iko countic
In Punniylvalna, are Just corning In. In
Kulliran county, tho towntof Jlowakaltin,
Thompjon, Korrcit, Uurgcnt and Uothal
ullcrcd ieverely by tho ttorm, which w
nccoinp&nieU with terrific thunder, and
lightening and very high wjnd..
TREEi WERE BLOWN DOWN,
growing cropi cut to the catlh and two or
iDreounrn. Jtrick, ,by lighjnin
. A con.
iiucrauio amount or wheat ana ryo
uncut was totallv dettrovad. Tb nrn
.crop his been loriouily affoctod and aj the
urougnt or early lummor rendered tho
hay very light tho proipecU confronting
the farmer, of tho country, are anything
but cheering. It liovcn considered doubt
ful whether half tho stock of tho coun
try can bo wintered.
I.V WAV.VK COUNTY, l'A-,
tho torm wn very violent, thn ground in
many places being coveted from ono to
two inches deep with hall otoner.
' In Damascus county tho oaU and buck
wheat wat seriously injured. Somo fields
of corn were totally destroyed. Hail
itonti wheih wcro of an extraordinary ilzo
windows, fruit, und garden u well as
crops. U'li r co bsrn. wero
STJtUCK JIT LIOtlTNINO, , 7 '
all of them having just been flllod with
new grain and hay. Some cstlmato thoir
at from $1,500 to $2,000. Two bridge
wcro also blown down in tho northern
part of the.county.
' utKiui) uidIVo, I , i 1
Jn Suuex county, Now Jerey, tho
storm seems to havu beon very destruc
tive In tho vicinity of Aldrin hailstones
fell in iinmenio quantities, -mnd laid on the
ground several inches deep after tho storm
had ceased, making sleigh riding nosilblo
Trotn Freedom to Anderson tho hail.
st6rm made) a complcto twcop, cutting
c:n and oaU to pieces, corn being entire
ly, stripped of leaves. Fruits arid gardens
received lasting injuries, and the damage
dono to farmers Is vcrv great. Jason
Wickhara's barn, near CaWiilo, was struck
by lighting and entirely destroyed. Tho
loss is n,iw, inaepenuont or contents.
U.C0 scene ontna uac; or tho ttcrm aftor
tho storm had passed was fearful. Fences
were down, fields of grain riddled, win.
dows demolished, branches torn from the
trees, and ueuris or all kinds formed a dis
couraging sight. I , "I
io tno rarmcrf along tno rte rallwar.
north of Narrowsburg, tho storm did ercat
dnmago to proporty of all kinds.
TUE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCS.
A special cablo dispatch states that tho
A morican commission from the evangeli
cal alliance had several interviows with
1'rinco OorUchalkoff, who has treated
them with marked courtesy-and distinc
tion. Although offered sumptuous quar
ters at tho PoterhofT by tho express com
mand of tho emperor, tho members of tho
delegation continue to occupy apartments
at tho hotel, whero thoy' aro constantly
visited by distinguished christians. Thov
spoak very encouragingly of tbo prospocts
ior tno accompiisuinont oi tneir mission,
and allude to UortschalkofTs cordial ro
ception as an omen of (success. ,
Tho comraiulonors woro accordod au-
dionco with his Imperial Majesty to tako
placo somo time next week. Tho Luther
an magnates -wno are nowiri8trPeUrsi"
burg, placo strong hopes on tho influenco
ich tho commissioners will bo ablo to
exert In bohalf of ,their faith atl tho com
ing intorviow with tho Emperor Alexan
der; On the other hand.thoso intlmato
at court afilrm that tho 'Evangelical U-
lianco will bo told mat tas. statements In
regkrd to tho persecution of Lutherans in
tboJinltic provinces have 'booh evidently
grossly exaggerated, but that, tho Imperial
government will order a thorough inves
tigation to bo mado in order to demon
strate thoir assertions. American gentle
men will then bo reforired to Prince Uort
echalkoff, and finally; crushed with kind-
irom mu imporiai paicK I X,
On Monday tho Czar
of 1 InBcnhfiim,;in (Bavaria wlw.ocbo-'WftJ
rompinlng together WcrrWd',ao,y. Ills
majesty, of Kusslalpft Ingonholmt vaster
day; for, St. Petorsburgi and iwill arrive
nord to-morrow. Soon' aftor bis' return!
preparations1 aro' being Tftado'iH'Sla'vIn-1
nssoi, in uaucassiu, anu 'iiiuif in ueorgiu,
for tho czars reception. ,
, OKAND DUKE ALIXKB
isnt Oonstadt complctelyj absorbed jn
equiplng hi squadrpn for, ft. voyago, to
American. Tlio, fleet will In by fur tho
largest evcr.lcft European, .waters.. Tho
flcot will sail Wednesday, August 13th,
for NmvrYork. ' "
l'AJ.I. OK A IiniUOK.
1 Conslderablo oxcitoment was occasioned
in llobokon ;yestorday afternoon by tbo
broakiDK ol an overcrowded brldco load'
ihg 'to nne baths, - About two hundred
'jpOfspn'j Trcro'tJ'rociplUtyd lisjo. tb ifsiMt!,
Emporpr AloxandcrJprdpbsos' making 'v
toiir, through Caucassla, and will probably.
bo'ttccompanicd. by Czanavltob and, his
vnnncrnst . ahri.t irrariil 'i)iika at Vla,ll.riiil
, w.. .... . I n " - - , . H . , ... u , .
arrived from Encland. flmat
but fortunately all woro rescued. Tho
crowd were witnessing a boat race.
The Italian association In this city,
named Fraternitft Niticonnle5, havo rr
iolved to celebrato tho Italian trnity and
removal of the capital of Jttaly from Flor
rico to Koine. It was unanimously agreed
howovor, thai thero shall bo no procession
in tho streets. i;
. A, letter from Aloxandri iHgypt, states
that ox-Sceretnry Reward paed through'
that city, recently, on his way to Conslun
tinople. While in Alexandria ho was tho
guost of Khedive, find rccclpfont of oiton
tttlous attention. It is thought that ho
and hi j party will at onco sot out on their
TOBACCO rfrATISTIC., AEATII
ER REPORTS, ETC.
AT THE CAPITAL.
WAsiiuvOToar, L). C., .Inly 2".- Jecrc-
tartos Boutwcll, Delano and lie 'nap,
and Attorney General Akcrninn is now in
Uio city. Secretaries Fish' and Kobuson
and Postmastor General Creswcll are ex
pected in a day or two. . f
Tho rccords'of tbo internal revenue of-
flco aliow 8C,l"8,IK.O pounds of tobacco
und 7,3Z,005,I0U cigars upon which tax
was jjaiii uunng mu year.
According to thu census return.. HB.-
000,000, the above would give each person
,lwo ana a quarter oouuds or tobacco, and
tnirty-nvo cigars (.urjng tno year ending
Junu iOi '
NATIONAL IIAKK REPORTH.
Thero are about seventeen hundred na
tional banks,.all, of which are, directed by
law to send in reports of their dividcrAli
and earnings semiannually, and. notwith
standing that Hanks aro idrnlshod on
which to make out their statement!, fif
teen per cenL of them aro gotten up er
roneously. In many inttanc i clorl of
banks in leading cities havo transmitted
to the department statements stating that
tho net earnings at thoj dispotal of
tbeifbanfc. amounted (o thousands of dol
lars, while tbelr dividends exceed $25,000.
This is only ono example, in mt iy in
stances of s!milar;crrori;
Wasiiinoton, July 27. Tho barometer
still remains highest on the South Atlan
tic, diminishing as it proceeds towards tbo
area of low pressure clouds 'north of New
York and west of Illinois.' An area of
low pressure clouds is advancing over
Lako Superior touthcastward. Tho tern
peraturo has risen along tho Atlantic
coast and in tho Ohio v alloy, hut h
fallen on .Lakes O.itarSo, Michigan nad
Superior. Southwesterly winds prevail
from Tcnnesseo ta, Kev( England veering
to tho south and southeast along tho At
lantic coast. Fresh and brisk northerly
winds reported from Lako Michigan
npr'hwa-d and westward. Kain hm fall
en slnco Wednesday at most stations from
Now England to Missouri. Olaar weath
er provails on tho upper laker.
aro that storms of. somo' sorerity aro ad
vancing eastward toward Illinois with
brisk winds on southern liako Michigan.
Itising barometer with northerly winds
will probably contlnUo on Lakes Suporior
and Michigan. Light winds with partial
ly cloudy and warm weather will proba
bly prevail on the gulf coast on Friday.
MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD
ERS OF THE. L. S. & M. S.R.R.
.Cleveland, 'July 27. At a mooting of
tho stockholders of tbo Lako Shoro und
Michigan Southern railroad to decldo
upon tho question of issuing .tho fifteen
million dollars of tho capital 'stock hither
to unissued, was held at tho otlleo of tho
company in this city to-day. lion. II. F.
Clark, president, of tho" company, pre
sided, and Gen. E, B. Ely was .choson sec
retary. Tho result of tho voto is shown by tho
following report of the inspectors:
Wo, the undersigned inspectors, do tes
tify that at a regular meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Lako Shoro' and Michigan
Southern railroad company, hold nt tho
office of tho company in tho city of Cleve
land, in tho stato of Ohio, on tho 27th day
of 'July, 1871, called for tho purposo of vot
ingon- me-quesiioit-oi niiiuuri7.inpj-imi
issuoof tho fifteen million of dollars of
tho capital stock of tho X'nko' Shoro und
Michiean Southern railroad rcmuinin un
issued, oi which meeting nnd tliof o Jqct)
thereof, thirty aavs" noticb has been given
in ono newspaper published in each of tho
cities of Now- York, Buffalo, Erie, Clove
land and Chicago, two hundred and thirty-
eight thousand ono hundred and forty-
nlno and onc-uau suarp oi mo.cupiuu
stock'of tho 'company wcro voted upon by
tho holders thoroofin porBon or by proxy
in 'writing, -against the nlituorlzatfon of
suclr issue. Woj theref6ro, declaro that
two-thirds of thostcskholders of said com
pany, voting' at such regular mooting,
moro tbay two-thirds of all tho stock of
the company voted in favor of the author-
tzaiion or mo iia,uuu,wu oi ino enpum
of the Lake Shoro and Michigan South
ern, railroad company romainintrunissuod.
. I Signed,
E! C.'SiiELDbN, ' 1
I r , Inspectors.
GloVtUtpd, Ohio; Juy 27, 1871,
AHItESTJCD 1-OR EMBEZZLEMENT.
John Fovlo. oosimaster at Cadiz, Ohio,
was' brought to this city to-dny by United
States Marshal. George "V. Steel, at the
nttanc;, !of Fi 0. Baldwin, special
font of the post oftlco department,
charged with embezzling thn money order
fund from tho anioiint of $1000 to $1500,
Upon dxr.mlna'tion boforo United States
commissioner Whlto ho was noiu to uau
In tho suin'of $2,000. 'to answer at tho
October term of, tho Unltod Stntes Dis
i Troy, N. Tr, Juno 27. Tho Haymaker
Ol'vmnlc tramo for'the championship end
ed alio on tho seventh inning by a thun
der snowor, oacu ciuo naving scoreamree
.Another game is to bo played at Brook'
I lya o-orrow,.
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY
THE WAR WITH THE INDIANS.
SEVEN WHITE MEN" KiLLE.)
AND SIX CAPTURED.1.'
THEIR TONGUES' CUT OUT
BURNED AT THE STAKE.
WHITE MEN AND INDIANS COL
LUDING. THE INDIAN WAR.
St? Louis, July 27. Tho St, Joseph
f Mo) Onr.otti!, of a lato date, learns from
William Macktnooro tho particulars of tho
capluru.of a train boloaging to J. CVD.
B.Uekburn, n government contractor, bv
Indians, bout thirty milci from Fort Sill,
ou'3.un2Jitti, a briof account of which lift
Leon provioutly reportu
the Tr. ,
consisted of fourteen w on, with four
teen men attach I. On , o day men 'on-,,
(d, whllo tho train wi crossing n amall
stream, about two hund ( au fi..y
dashed out of tho wood 4, on bn'.h side' of
tho stream, and shot und kllli I seven of
tho party on tho spot, and wounded r .-
other, who was tomahawkod id scalp ,
snd.tuok.tbo remainder prisone.'i. Th o
wcro sveuroly bound nnd tuken away ly
thu Indians. On tho next day one of o
party attempted to escape and wn
On the following eveniii" two of tho
remalndor Jack Jones and Thomm Hoy
HUUNED AT THE STAKE
ly slow torture, their tongues being first
cut out to prevent their screaming, and
their oars cut oil". T.io cntiro band of In
FORMED A CIRCLE
around their victims nnd indulged in va
rious mwU of tormenting them. Mack
moorc, Brown nnd JaoUaon, tho rcmainine
r l i. . r i . o
jrt&uiit:rs, uuiu uruugub lurwnru unu com-
pollcd to witness tho spectacle.
Jones diri quick, but Haywnrd lin
gored for half, an hour in tho greatest of
On tho night of July 9th, after a heavy
storm, tho Indians having. indulged freely
in whisky, Jdackmore, Brown-end Jack
son looscnod their thongs and escaped,
and after travelling two miles, separated
for safety, each starting for Fort Kiloy,
Ksn which, place thoy all rcacbt 1 safely,
but very much exhausted. 3Iackraoro
says nooxly one-fourth of the party of
COMPOSED OT WHITE MEN,
and many of tho Indians tbenuelvcs spoko
Among them was a ma nnamcd Stanly,
from Eastern Texas, who said lie had
KIILLEI) T1URTE2N MEN
and intended to kill tlvo times us many
more. The whiter dressed like tho In
dians and wcro
. i FULLY AS nARll.l;0lk
and sc nid to enjoy tho tcrriblo torturo
of Jon . and llay ward with as much : it
as tho Indians. This band of Indii is I .id
TWO WHITE WOMEN
captive i with them Mrs. Bowman, aged
35 years and Miss Emma Boyle, tuout"l8,
both captured ,in Texas. " Thoy woro
treated tolerably well. Tho Cheynnes
wcro Jewell mounted and well armed,
and wcro a part of tho same band who
fought tho 7th cavalry on tho 27th ult., at
THE SUNDAY LAW QUESTION.
PROPOLED UNION DEPOT,
TENNESSEE PRESS ASSOCIA.
Ciscinnat' July 27. Tho Evnngolical
ministers of this city held a lnrgo meeting
this afternoon, whlcn was also attended by
a number of prominent lavmco, to tako
action against tho proposeu repeal of tho
Sunday laws. A conimlttoo, consisting of
representatives or nearly an. tno Evan
gelical churchos In the city, was appolnt
1 1 to draw up resolutions nnd report.horo-
a.tcr. It was uoictiuibcii w noiu a muss
meeting nt Piko's opera.
uso next Mou-
i'horo has been consido
bio talk 1h dy
in depot he u.
In railroad olrch i of a l?
and though two Is no
ninonc tho ruprcsentaih
icert of action
or tuu various
rondj, thero aro somu high railroad otli-
cinls who curnoctly support it. Tho
board of trudo to-day uppoiufed n coin-
mlttco to consult, with railroad men nnd
offer nid to tho fullost pructir I extant
Tho board of trade also appoint 1 n com
mittoo to preparo i proper welcome fn
tlio Tonncjsoo Press Association oxnee'
hero on tho 13th proximo.
xnero was a very ncavy rain oi snort
duration nt 8 o'clock to nlcht. '
SALE OF THE JEFFERSON-
VILLE AND INDIAN
APOLIS R. R.
LouihViLLE, July 27 Tho leaso for 99
yours of ,tho,-Jon"ursonyio,' Alndison and
Indianapolis railroad to tha Pennsylvania
CintraUiavjng-fuUon through, tho o'lllcers
and diroqlors of, tho JoU'ereouvillo rnilroud
havo boon negotiating for tho sal? of their
ruuu ior mu'jK in mo. uuio river priugo.
It is undorst d that urrsngoujenU aro so
fur completed that tho road .will pass into
tho hands of tho Ponnsylyonla Central cor
poration at an early day.
CONVENTION OF AGRICULTUR
THE TENNESSEE STATE FAIR.
Nakhvillk, July S7.T-A meoting of
dologate from agricultural societies oiu
bruclna eyory section of tho Unltod States,
Will tako placo iu thit city on tho i)d ol
nexi uctODcr, tuo oDjoct - being to organ
ize an, agrlouHural congross.
Tha Tonnessoo' etnlQ fiIr comtacnccs
tho Bfuno Oay.
TJ1E FAMINE IN PERSIA,
COMPELLED TO GUARD THE
DUEL ARREST OF COMMUN
London, July -7. Inlhchou'cof com
mons, this evening, Gladstone handed to
the spoakcrri royal message, trlng that
provision bo' madofor Prifico Arthur. On
tho speaker apprising Mr. Gladstone that
tho message was addrowod to tho houso of
lords, thero was much deriiiyo laughter
from tho oppoalto' bdnchei.
London, July .27. A despatch from tho
cast, suys tho accounts frdm Persia aro in
no way oxagcratcd, In addition to, the
famine, tha cholera, tynhys fovcr and tho
plaguo nro making torrlblo ravages. Tho
reports of cannibalism nro confirmed. Tho
governor of Pblorozo was compelled to
place a guard nt each of tho comutario-i to
prevent tho unfortunato and starving
pcoplo' from dlsontcrinc tho bodies of the
ilc.id for tiso as food.
Tbo attaches oftho British ombnitu' and
tolographcrs havo nil lied tho country.
Rome, July 27. Tho pope, in reply to
an address ot tho ltomnn academy, remon
strating ag&Inst doctrines which aro an
tagonistic to tho spirit of modern timet,
declaims any intontion on tho part of tho
papacy to lay claim to inhorcut power to
dispossess sovereigns, or to nssumo direc
tion over tho worldly uffulrs of nations.
In ancient times, says his honncss, chris
tian nations rovorcd tho poponnn arbitra
tor between sovereigns and tho peoplo in
cuscs of disagreement, and great terv.eo
had been rendered by papacy by prevent
ing war and healing up divisions atno g
tho nations of tho world.
I'ARif", July 27. A duel has been fought
between Sen or Delnuci and ('ol. 3Ilddlc
ton, tho latter an Enuliihruan, who hud
wniuti letters to tho press Insulting Unr
rlbnldlans. '.Mlddluton nns 'nuunded.
Fresh arrests of Communists wcro niado
Constantinplf, J uly 2C A largo forco
of Turkish troops havo gono to Albania
port, fearing a rising thero in connection
with tho Monto Ncgrihs.
ALASKA SEAL ISLAND
THE MINERS' STRIKE.
San Francico. Julv 27. Tho Buck
oyu 9haft, in ono of tho Atnodon county
mines, was set on tiro by tho miners' loaguo
men, und oxtensivo damage is anticipated.
Tno Keystono mine, on Sutler crock,
sunendod work for tho wail of water.
'iho strikers nro threatening vengennco
oi tho ownors and officers, and moro
ttouoio is loareu.
Ills cstimaled.that tho trovcrnmont in
cotno from AIas.ca Seal Island duty will
bo greatly curtailed from tho fnct that no
ftcul nu is being saved.
Tho contract binds tho lesecs to pay tho
government 62 conU per gallon for oil
taken, but dont bind them to tako any oil,
nnd as oil is wortii only 37 j cunts in Sun
Francisco, tho carcasses aro LuJk iKmvuu
to rot fior tho pelt is stripped oil".
GOV. OGLESBY DECLINES BE
ING A CANDIDATE.
FJGENMYER, THE MURDERER,
DAMAGE BV THE STORM.
Oiiicaoo, July 27. Zcigonmycr wns
tcntoncod to tho ponitontiary to-dny, from
tha 1st of January to tho 1st of June, each
year, to bo spent in solitary confinement.
Tho hailstorm yostordny afternoon did
moro dnmago than was1 ol first calculated,
It I now flcured that tho vnluoof tho win
dow gli'ts brokon was nt least $8,000.
Gov. Oclesby, in a lottor published to
day, peromptariiy declines- being u umdi
date for tho republican nomination of
cotigressiimti-al-largo In Illinois this full.
THE FIRST BALE OF NEW COT
APPOINTED, U. S. MARSHAL.
THE FIRST It ALE Ol' COTTON.
New Orleans, July 27. Tho ilrst balo
of new cotton from Texas was received
por steam ship Austin to'-'day, und weig
nearly 000 pounds. It was rnised on
Guadop river and shipped by A. Gain
musf. nnd consigned to Frank & Daniels
of this city.
recently romoved by tho city council, hai
bociuppoiuted deputy; United Stales mar
shal LITTLE ROCK.
A ROW IN THE RADICAL CAMP.
OPPOSITION TO CLAYTON.
Little Rock, July 27. James lirooks,
lender of tho faction of tho republican par
ty opposed to Clayton, nindo a speech 011
Wednesday to u crowd of negroes, nonr
this city, in which ho wus particularly se
vero on tho Clayton party, charging tliotn
with muny wrongs and outrngos
against tho people, nnd advised tha ne
groes to vow tor noncjt won.
(alto u war hai been going on for somo
timo between tho Clayton, and Brooks fao
tbnu.ln this county for tlibnogrostrongth,
The latter lias hud it all hh own wity so
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
LOCIvRORT, N. Y.
LocKronT, N. Y., July 27. Tho suto
teachers' convention to-day elected J. II.
House, principal of tho stato normal
school, nrcsldc it for tho ensuing year, and
Prof. Jns. Cruckahank, of Brooklyn, and
II. R. Sunfurd, of Frcdonia, secretaries,
und adjourned to meet nt Saratog' July
A grand excursion to tho Niagara falls
takes placo to-morrow.
MARKETS DY TELEGRAPH.
Cnic.voo, July 27.'
PORK Heavy : sales 13.75, August.
WHISKY Quiet at 92c.
St. Louis, July 27, 1871.
FLOUR In fair demand for low grades
WHEAT Fi m. No. .1 red fall at
51.15: No 2. do at $1.23.
CORN Dull, bulk mixed on track af
BYE Quiet at 57(558 for prime.
Whiskey Higher at 94.
OATS Dull, bulk mixed on track 30.
PORK Dull at 1U, small order lots at
BACON Only Jobbing and; irdcr trude;
shoulders 7, clear rib 8, clear 9.
New Orleans, July 27.
FLOUR Scarcely so high; grades su
perfine, St.'o; XX, $0 to 0.50; XXX,
?U.7S to 7.00.
CORN Quiet; mixed, 72 ; whlto 78.
OATS Do, Co to CC.
BACON Quiet nnd firm ; shoulders
7 o 7?; rib, Uj ; sides, 10.
COFFKK-Stcady at U to 10.
WHISKY Quiet at 93 to $105.
Cincinnati, July 27, lh71.
FLOUR Dull family S3.73rt.00.
'WHEAT Dull, red $1.1C1.18.
CORN Quiet ut 07.
OATS Dull ut 39 43.
RYE Dull ut OC08.
COTTON Quiet nt20f20J.
WHISKEY In good ucmund at 93.
-MESS PORK Dull.
HAMS Best city offered at 14. No
buyers at tho closo of tuo market.
BULK MEATS sal ,, Shoulders CJ,
BACON Quio' unchnnged In ovcry
respect. Not muc.i done.
LARD Dull.nt 10.
BEEF Cnttlo dull but unchanged.
EGGS 20, steady.
CANDLES 17 nnd firm.
Detroit, July -7.
WHEAT Lower, nnd with fair dc
mandjoxtrr $1.40; No. 1, S1.2U1.30
trcadwcll, $1.29; amber, $1.22.
CORN Lower: mixed. o81fo39c.
OATS Lower; new mixed, 48i49c;
Milwaukee, July 27, i7J-
WHEAT Steady ut SI. 12 for No. 2.
SAVE TWENTY PER CUNT
ity buying your
'FURNITURE' FACTOR V,
Villiliiglii-iiv., Srixr rosliuil llouso,
" CAIRO. II.LINOIH. "
Mcssru. Illi'lilininirJilicr dfKlio l. Inform thn
oitic.ns of Ci.ru lliAt they nri- iniuuricliiriiitf nil
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
A, id fiavo nmv on band mid for nalc, at
WIioIcmiIc mill Itrtiill,
all kind, and will continue to Ucep at t heir
BALKS nOOMS, IN TIU'.IH NEW HUILI'IN'-i
livery Ulscnpllon of cheap niul contlviurnlliire,
WMarblo Topped Uttreaus,
, "dldi'bonrJH, Waalmtamls.
42tt'arilrobc, riof.t Chalrsi
S.or Jltl MutraiAea,
3I.ouuycn,eto ( etc.,
Wluoh they will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PKR CENT. LOWER
Than they can ba I ounlit .roin auy other deal'tr In
.1... i...... ll.A,,, n null n.,,1 aAMulV VntlV-
FIRST iVATIONAL 13AK
nANinii iiunn, rrcf.icnt!
ItOHurtT W. .MILLKlt, Vico-PrfsMcnt J
C. .V. llUOIIfa, Cashier.' ' ' 11
COLLECTION'S ll'ROMPTLYj MADE.
Ijl.NCIIANOn, coin, bank nolo and United
J fettles securities bought and soM.
Inlrresl Allowoil on Time Driiimtt.
( linrlcrr.1 March .11, 1S0I).
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO.
A. II. SAFFfinp, rrsl.lont j
H. t. TAYI.OIt, Vlce-Prisiilenf,
W. lIVslLor, Hccret.iry and Treasurer.
P. W. lliarwr,
K. M. STofKrutn,
H. JI. CfKMVlllAM,
W. 1. HALUDif,
J. M. rnaur?.
Ilrpos 1 1 . or niiy A 111 o 11 n Horol veil frons
It'll 1 Vss ls l'inr(N. - ,
1 . . : 1
INTKItrrr paid on deposiU at tha raUot six
I'orcent. per annum, Maicli In and t-optom.
Iht lnli'ri"t not withdrawn Is Tided Imme
dlntoly to thn principal of tho deposit', thereby
Rtvinif (licni compound inlrt,
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
so Til it wove rim cv oniw it,
Onon CTorr business day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m..
and Saturday orcnlna tor HAVING DEPOSITS
only, fnim 4 to o'clock.
niuutr w. HTSLOf, Trouurer.
THE CITY" NATIONAL)
W. I. MALI. IDA V, Trcsldent;
A. II. HAPKOltl), Cashier;- t
WALTER HYdLOP, Assistant Cashicr.l
SriATi Talob, kobkut II. Cvnsixciux,
feOUTT Wltltt, W. V. llALtlDAT,
CiCO. I). WlLLIAMMS, HTtl'lItS 111 ID,
A. 11. HATioau.
i:xclimiKO, Cola nnd I'nltPU Htdtcj
llonil Iluuglit nud SoM.
DRPOSlTd received, nnd a general banking
BETHESDA MINERAL SPRING
OP WAUKESUA WISCONSIN.
Tins water la tho ackcowlodned euro of tho In
tractaMa nnd lncuiablu iliiuaso known iu liriilit'a
diaeaao and diabetes,
llrinht's disease Is fatal tothoUIdney.tho body
wastes away, destroys lllu by starvation ot tho
DiaDctC9 commences with fro-iuent desires to
pasM water, great th'rsl, constipation, loss ol
strength and uesh.
Astonishinj; cures of dropsy hare been effected,
liricL-dnst deposit, intlamation of tho neck of thu
bladiter, alkali, and gouty snelhnKS. For tho
liver it lsursurra.4.ed. It will allay all 1 n Ha mi
don ol tho kidney and urinary organs In twenty
four hoiirn, Rlvlni Immediate relfef; Uo. ascar
let fever it prevents tho kidney from congealing,
and removes all traces of nlbunienoria. It will
Kivo relief In all caes of Mori fever.
EDtVAKD HUNUAB, El.,
(leneral Ajrent nt thn Spring, Waukesha, Wis.
llfixler, if you are atllhilud with any ot tnoiore
KoIiik dlseasex, writo to the undersigned. Hid
a Ivd-ii villi cost younothluui he can by chomlcal
nil.ilysla iassens himsolf ut h clear knowledge of
any uidividualcjuo 110 matter ol how lone eiaod
Imj. Ills woiiderful discovery ll.illi.-.d.i Mineral
Water is n nositivo remedy for the forranm
nllmenK. it has never failed o do what hocTalms
Ior It wheio ever lined., This water ban tha un,..
good etlect at Iho remotest part qf tbo country,
tliat it list at the tiDrini-s : it nnvor Iosaa n
eal of its medicinal qualities by package or trans-
purbiiiou. virecuous now 10 use tno water anu
circular will neeomp.iny enck paokago ordered.
AUiirens, IUUUAIU1 1JUI1UAU,
3:l lVnnsvlvniil.l-nv.. WaHhinvfrin Ii n
Or Edward I', lluiibir, General Manager at Uie
Springs, Wiukesha, Wis.
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
The Kurty-TMnl Annual aoiori of tho I
S 1". LOUIS.
xnsri -v E s itt;'
Will open on Monday-Kept. 41(1, 'Tr k
Tills I tha only Institution nf Hearnldg in tho..
west, having ionestaijniieiiii in-.-y, Tuocourso
of studies idlsnt every f-M-'HUy of ciulrlij a
thoratigh uassleoi ani ""mmcraiai cuucaiOD.
Ciitolouea coutuli'-ui; .instruction , to narantaa
and rill lurtlculars. will -bo sunt on spdllratlon to '
' Aiv. B..aLbIUKTilECK;8.IJii. 1-
rroshicnt, Ht. LouU'Uniytrally,, ,
ht. r.oi;nxvo T " '
DISSOLUTjON. '7 V f 't
Tho tUm Of Elllolf. Havthom i Ca3in Idanl.'1
cd by luutiialpouseut, &r.'Oti(..Uliltjl'f Ci.'
inuiatl, retiring. The business will be continued
uy 1.111UU x iiayiuorn. 'iney assume all llabill. ,
ties and collect all money duo the firm.
In (nni.nn.npn tf ll,d . 1-v nln.. ...
mako room lor a Urg stock ol fall goons, w M
will mark all gaqX down to coat prices Ior Ut
Hxt thirty ilrjs. Kf.HOTTi IIAVTHOltN,
' DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
Tbo partnorthln heretoloro existing, tatweea
t'.Utuiilmonli nnd UiSeifke, undertheHrmtetma
ut btalilman A Bielke, Is this dsy dissolved by
multiM opnaent. The tmslnora will bo contlnaed
nt Ui old standby MSleflce, who Is u,Uieud
o setllii all Iht aocounts of tho Ut firm.
H 31 KM I.
A WATi'nVTir A ir -r T
v n -"'" " . f M,.
pUTSICI AW, Shifton hi Accouheur, formeriy '
eTeno,itH inUUt aad Mintli itfww yr