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latloii o
tt CIlOKlllKor nuilocnilllK rrnwininn ii in
l.sW Puature, Iimnoa nl VIpU.ii, Dots or
VVel-s before the, Slitht, Fever and Hull l'ln
reduced
Sun h
111 the Jleail, I'eneiencT f rrppimiiuu,
yellow neaaoflho Skin and F.yoa, l'ln
III tho Hide. Hack Cheat, l.lllllH,
cli'., Hidden FlU'hna of Hint,
lliirninK n Hie Hi-ili, Con.
ntiinl liiiajtiniiiKa of
Evil, and Oieat
Depiesalon of
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which i
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beer
COPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
IHtbrt xcithout Alcohol ur Splrlli of
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twfy r.iriu,
Isdltlerent from nil others. Ii is tonpoedof
I l no purr juivvit, "t imi . -----
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reiltlllS II" living UKrui . . -
0 of tills Itinera there Ii contained much
ni.
tin
wl
of
ha
at
BClHCillUl 1IIIUH U wll M -im..-. ... n
In of oritinary mixtures. The tools, to., used
It tni" imir sro kuw" "
rlmiiilc cxlractui la thatcountrv by sclen.
H' iiicmisi, arm lorwMntMi """""IT"
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L.I nillnin,r . nl ritlir.tl. llltfre.lier.ta. tills
i LiniAinmH uu imuuuu iiij5..vm.t, ....
it ra U frt-o from the obiition urned aisilnl
I bthera. No doiie for tliiiuUnln tan I ln
iced from llieir unej.inrj caou' mu mu-
nl, and cannot under any ;iri:uinpaiicri W
ii l.ut b UncCcial elftct. tr- c
IIOOFIiAND'.S G HUMAN TON!
I. ....t. ft fhn.A tint tnrltnOl tJ
n.L.. .mi I. iAii.tn1.il fnr liif in rj
(en aoine aleoliolic atimulant l re ju lied i In
llon with the Tonic fropertlca of tlie Hl.t
.toll bottle of Iho Tonic conlaln. one Ult
ifl llitlera. coinuinea wun jiuio .... ...
UM. and tlarored In uch a minnt r that the f
-me l,lturne of the tlittera ! oKC
.rrnlnK a iircritlon lilhlr iifirccatle
Iraaant to the pi'lalc, and containing the mt
tal tirtuea of the Itinera. 'Ih J'rlce ol r .
onk, la fl er little, which many H j Jj A
T,V" nkw S 'lVirt lei? Mild SB1I-I..
..XtcU-er .Vle-: Mill. It not U.ltll.LA.
. l.nl. ain.l Kit a tTAOlI (LttlL m t .
in I tirtMfatlon hou!d contnin nt) (jtf . s
kill a cnPp winjHjiiiiu, imm w v ....v.
KILL A.
GERMAN lilTTF
IhcKkin.
oa
ftACT (.AlfAlM
IIOOI'I.AMD'N ,
Hood IHn-c.
G-Emnk.3r TOiiact akhapa-
LAND'S rOI)01UYll"cu",Uonor ,he
xTRACT fAHHAlV.
WILL CUIIK YOI'a
kiooi
)om'lcxlon.
'I liry nrv Iho Jrrntosl II ,
S ,-r- KUOH ITIiACT HAHSAPA.
Ven(?th Ui one Ralloa ol
Ifn Iho innlical world, anil will f jnl of wt,r rquaN th
anaiUK ii""' I-." -r; t IIIU.-K. rry li tun
lHKl.')rni or Ii"i.
in ft ahorter time thf
other kntiKii rtf
Mllea. W1IA ORATE TILLS
" W1IA OltATK PILLS
Th Whole Sunrome C,uttncrce.al.!e Cathartic.
IaiM-alc for theae remediia.
moro iHgulfied and rtronKfrter.VIIA URATK TILLS
lllon. (ieorse w WoonwarJ, I
liceoi the Hiirrine uouri una i'uri;aic .mcuiciuo
tpi'Dt menrtwr ol ConKroJi-.Ied.
ol", wntea :
I'hilaileUrAWIlA ORATK TILLS
Kind H norland's (rm
5MVY".i''M. and taken hr children.
li.orvouaactiouinO;, .... ,,,
I Hon. Jamea T' itagnt aia, Halla nnd ortry other I'ur
.rmo Cou jjame.
, , LM1I0LIIH OATAWJIA ORAPE TILLS,
1 conaidi
IiJrapeji'r'ln 'n e"t'c' nni' l''',,nt ln operation.
l'U!0 ' iiii mi,, r,'u it t n. m. .1.1? 1...T
la not n pntenled IMI.
HKLMHOLD'H CATAWIIA ORATE TILLS
Arocomi.odcd ol Catnwlui Ornne Juito and Fluid
I Kxtract HhuUrh.
I'urrhatotMo trtitle. of IIKI.MllOI.li'H fi.Ut-A-TAKII.I.A
nml on ii box ol l'H.LS- worth their
wt'luht In gold.
.No better Invotrncnt ran be made lor to urn all
hklmiiold's fluid kxtract iiuciiu
Una acquired n world-wide lame.
A I.I. of my preparation aro meritorious. A
period of twenty yours Imi proved thia to be
Hid cuae.
rifo remarks mado by lleninmln Travcrie, F. It.
U. H. fpeaklne of those diaeaap), and diteaacs
nrlalnft from the exceaa of mercury, he atatti
that no remedy Is equal to the Kxtract of 8araa
jiarilla. its power is rxtraordlLarv. moro aothan
any other iltui? 1 am aonialuto.1 with. It If, lit
in llifl ftrictitperji, a Ionic, with thla invaluable
Bttributo that it is npplicablo to n state of the
Hjatem ao sunken, mm vet ao Irritable, as ren
tiers other aubUinces ot the Ionic clasa unavail-
able or Iniurloua.
tu HooKKMAHKHot tho flREAT CUEMI3TS AND
Tl UU M KN OK AM ElUCA :
Win. P. Warner 4 Co.,
IS North Third street, 1'hlladelpliln, Pa.
U.T.IIelmboldi
Eateemed Friend I congratulate you on
'i linvlne the handaomeat nnd at tlio same tune the
II. Jloit Ktfectivo Till that 1 have ever known for the
nn. purpoaes Intended, WM, It. WAItNKll 4 CO.
Iiai II. T. llelmbold w ill remark, in conclusion, that
lis remedies am the result of lonir and careful
ludy Tim Fluid Extracts have bct'ii before the
public twenty rears. The snln of them In that
tlmo proves their valuo. All havo been benetlt.
tod by them who followed my lumructiona, and
to-day they ataud liamualUU in the extent ot
-Jhelr sale, and unsurpassed bv any medicament
i 3r)n tho Dispunaatnry of the UnlUuI HUten, not
excepting n alnglo Ilcib, Hoot, Plant, or Bclen
lllol'reparalion. ...,.. , ,,
I'liariunccuiicni i cuum an nuuu iu u., iinu jittvu
"."rnver patentea n sluiile ono.
To dispel any liupiosslon or prejudice that
' ,i;tit exist in' the minds ol many against my
n paratlons, from tho publicity kIvcii through
Vertlaiiilf. nnd that I am and have been a drug.
, 11 lit for a period or twenty years, and more con.
1'llls tolvely to rrve thla aeu letter from tho largest
'i fcet ouibiifscturlnB chemists in tho world I
fcloinail iiovembor 4,154.
. Virircipim acquainted with Mr. II. T. llelmbold; he
Miollo Jpled tho drug store opnoiilo my realdence,
Cluneal was bib i. " ... ....r......
I T ' .. T il...u t,i,.l ,,nl l,nnn nnultv un tinftlrn Ii nl.
1'ir , acs ill STAND OX TUtlB Mr.RITS,
Vnr alL
10 tlOll 111 e I 111 I IIHVf IllUIIIII "I UIIVIIU VJ IIIU DII.IU
in cor ten ..... .
extrutliey are now perfect, nnd 1 shall stake my
... innn.v ami fama on thf.tr fHtlvnniiai.
1 the lio invitlDgatylo in which tho pillltsolf is made,
J tho bottle, label, wrapper all show with what
saro ther liave lecu preiiarcd, After oxamlna.
' tlon. no Knglish or French preparation will show
creator care, and I nut really ptotid of them.
Instead ( tho uatiseousdooklng, carelessly
prepared Pills vended generally, nnd put up in
wooden boxes, and made generally, or otlerod
by those hnv.ng r.o experienco as physicians,
ilrinrirlats or mitnulacliirors of mcdiomca, test
C' tllo i.ltvo been favorably Impressed with hla charao
"'Uoni. id enterprise ' wil.MAM W1G11TMAN.
3lrom all of Powers Wlahtman, manufacturing
. .ii thatnnlaU, Ninth nnd llrown streets. Philadel-
I llm mcdlclno ottered by vour obedient seivant,
II. T. HKI.MIOLI.
CrstalPalaco Drug Ktore, No. 09 1 Uroadway,
Faloco Pharmacy. Gilsey House, Ilrondnny, and
Tweniy.nlnlli street, New Yoik.
Ti.mnlAVr l'harmacv. (!ont nenlnl Hole). I'llilft-
delphlJi and No. iul Boutli Tenth street, I'lill-
aueipiiia.
BOLD DRUGGISTS EVEKYWUKKJi
II
PROPRIETORS.
THE BULLETIN.
i::ilr(tl oaprrUllx for the C'stlro Bul
letin. Ten lioum In sMl-nne of Nl.
liOliU niirN.
WASHINGTON.
KU-KLUX CUMMITTBK
HKI'UllT.
TIIK
HOW TIIK MAN AND BHOT1IEK
IS AMJSKD AT TIIK SOUTH.
GEN. PHIL. SHERIDAN ON THE
INDIAN QUESTION.
WARiiiyoToy, July 2D. Tho mb ku
klux committee, coniliting of Senator
Scott nnd roprcient&ttvei Stevenson and
Van Trump, vlilud Waihlngton to-dav,
returning (rom a sojourn of four week in
vnrloui parti of South Carolina whoro
thoy liavo boen investigating ku-klui out
races on tho spots whero they occurred.
They flnt t 111 ted tho capital, Columbia,
whoro moro than ono hundred rcfugoei
who had Hod from Tlolcnco In various
counties had como. After examining tho
wltnencs Tor two days tho commllleo ue
tormined to go to tho scenes of the
ultcgod ylolcnco and wont to Spat tan
burp. They expected to remain thoro
three or four days but stayed eleven.
Wncn word got out through Spartans
burg countv, the whites and negroes, vic
tim) of violence, catne In scores every day
from all dircctfoni. Murder and cruel
whippings by tbo ku-klux bandt had to
territiod(thcm thatjin many neighborhood!
nearly every negro man and wnito repub
lican man had slept in tho woods every
night for months. They showod scared
backs, gun-shot wounds, maimed ears and
other proofs of violcnco they had suffered.
In Limestone, Sprfng township, 118 cases
of whipping wero proved.
Tho committoe awako every morning
to find in tho yard by the hotel a new
crowd of victims of tho ku-klux. After
being whipped the victims were of toncora
manded, under pain of death, to publish a
card renouncing tho republican party.
In File, South Carolina, a domocrattc
paper hud published forty-two such cards.
At Unionvillo tho committoe' remained
two days, nnd not an uvowod white repub
lican was found in tho place, though a
member of tho committee was privately
assured by a few that they would avow
thomsclvc! If protected. Tho last election
was carried by a republican majority, but
tho republican county officers rcceivod ku
klux notices and all resigned or fled.
Tho policy thero hnd been moro to
wards murder and less towards whipping.
Tho killing of ten negroes, taken from
jail by several hundred ku-ktux, acting
under a military organization, was inves
tigated. A prominent lawyer of tho place, Mr.
Shard, a democrat, on cross examination
startled tho committeo by slating that ho
believed almost ovory young may in tho
county belonged to iho Hu-klux, and be
lieved a thousand ku-klux wero witbia a
day's march of tho village.
A negro Mothodcst preacher, namod
Louis Thompson, who had appointed Juno
lltb, at Gftihen Hill church, Union coun
ty, as a day for worship, rcceivod a notico
form tho ku-klux in tho usual form, not to
preach. IIo preached, notwithstanding, to
a very few, most of tho congregation lleo
ing when thoy saw tho notice. In tho
evening, a clan of twenty mounted ku
klux camo nnd tied and whipped him.
Thoy led him off several inilos, dragging
him part of tho way, whipped him to
death, nnd inutllatod him iu u way that
cannot with propriety bo described.
They throw him into Tiger river, leav
ing notico forbidding any ono from bury
Inc him. Ilefore tho committoe returnod,
Sonator Scott sont Thompson's brother,
now a rcfugeo from Columbia, to Union
county with aloltor to insuro,him a strong
guardof cavalry to go and bury tho body,
which was reported to bo still lying, half
decomposed, on tho water's edgo.
Two moro days woro spent in examin
ing witnesses ia Columbia.
Un returning from Spartansburg one
day was occupiod in hearing tho state
ments and gcnoral views cf
QE.V. WADE HAMPTON
und Gen. Uutler, tbo democratic candidato
for govomor last fall.
Tho committee visited Yorkville, whoro
thoy found tho community In almost uttor
social and political demoralisation. Tho
civil authorities bting a useless farco and
mockery. Col. Morrill, in command of a
small forco stationed tbore, and an offlcor
of high character and great energy, laid
before tho commltteo OS cases of outrages
which ho had investigated. Somo of them
was most horrible, ft was found impos
sible for tho comraittoo to examine moro
than a small part of tho cases of whippod,
maimed or torror stricken wretches who
liadllockod in upn hearing of their com
ing. When tho commltteo adjournad tbo
building in which thoy had sat was filled
Tho stairs, hall and porches were lined
with thoso waiting.
Judgo Van Trump usually called two or
thrcoof tho most prominent ltwyors who
each occupied sovoral hour in sotting
forth a democratic view of affairs, giving
their opinions on tho relations of tho two
races In efficiency nnd corruption, tho
stnto govornmont, and tho feeling of tho
whito peoplo towards tbo gonoral govern
ment. Thoy all said they had heard of
ku-klux but hnd never scon ono. Thoy
gonornlly said that tho negro soomed to
regard thorn as a sort of vigilanco com
mitrec. a regular local nnllm. Thav
did not consider them under goneral or
ganization, but simply to repross outbreaks.
Judgo, Van Trump subjected all tho
witnosscs culled by tho majority to tho
most searching cross-examination.
TIIK INDIANS.
In forwarding to tho headquarters of
tho army n letter from Llout. Davidson,
of tho Tonth United States cavalry, ox
prossing fear of a war botweon tho Choy
onnes aim Kiowa?, Gen, Shorldan endorses
it ns follows ;
"Much of what you hear may bo sot
down as Indlnn talk. It is well known on
tho plains that tho Kiowas aro tho most
cownrdly and, at tho samo tlmo, tho most
noiiy and troublosomo of all tho tribes. I
do'not anticlpato nny hostility from them,
nor do I think thoy can . got any sympathy
from any othor Indian trlbos. If agents
will only hold stiflly to tho policy, that
when nn Indian commits a crime ha must
bo punishod, tho Indian question will soon
pass into a thing of tho past."
"WABnwoTOif, July 20, 1 o'clock pja.
(fotto
CAIRO,
The barometer has rizen sinco Friday on
the Pacific coast and west of IllinoU. An
area low barometer In tho Inttor region
has apparently extended northward, and
tho prcsiuro has fallen decidedly on lnko
superior. The barometer has risen on tho.
coast of Toxas but has fallen on the coast
ofFlorada, and northward. An area of
high barometer is central ovor Ohio nnd
Mfnnosotn. Tho temperature has fallen
from Malno to Now Jersey, and has risen
from luko Krio to Illinois and northward.
Llgt easterly winds, with clouds anil rain
continue on immediate coast. Clouds nnd
rain is again reported from South Caro
lina to Louisnna, Local ruins liar a fallen
on tho middle Atlantic coast and from
Tcnncssoo to Minnesota. Conditions nro
favorablo for local storms to-night from
lako Suporior southward to Kentucky.
"Warm weather will probably provall on
Sunday, and threatening weather probably
contlnuo oast of Louisana and extend with
local storms to Vcrginla. Local storms
aro alto propablo for Sunday throughout
New England.
NEW YORK.
THE PRESIDENT DETERMINED
TO REMOVE GEN. PLEAS
ANTON CANADA AND THE! WASIIIXf
TON TREATY.
IN FAVOR OF ANNEXATION
TO THE UNITED STATES.
THE PRESIDENT NOT GOING
TO CALIFORNIA.
INDIAN COMMISSIONERSHIP
TENDERED P. II. BLUNNOT
ARRESTED FOR CRUELTY ON
THE HIGH SEA.
STEAMSHIP ARRIVALS
New York, July 'J9. Tho steamship
Henry Chauncoy arrived from Aspinwali.
Canada is in a ferment over the pro
posed KATiriCATION OF TUB WASHINGTON TREA
TY by the dominion.
Tho anti-ministerial pross opposes tho
treaty vehemently, and Sir John McDon
ald is soundly abused, and yet, according
to special or ovidently well Informed cor
respondents, tho indications aro favorablo
for tho prompt ratification of tho treaty.
Some or tho Nova Scotia and Now Bruns
wick papers talk strongly in favor of an
nexation to tbo United Mates. Sir John
Giobo is of tho opinion that two repre
sentatives from Now Brunswick in tho
Sonato nt "Washington would bo of far
moro importanco to the United States
than the members wo bavo at Ottawa.
WON'T GO TO CALIFORNIA.
A special Washington dispatch says it
now transpires that tho California trip
which newspapers have so long adver
tised that tho Prcsidont is about to make,
is not to bo at all. 'Whatever intention
in regard thereto ho may havo had is now
abandoncdyor V.hls year at least. It is
possiblo that Jlr. Grant and part of tbo
family may mako tho trip when thoy
loavo Long Branch.
GEN. PLEASANTON'TO HE REMOVED.
A Times special says tho speculations as
to tho removal of Commissioner Plcasan
ton will bo sot at rest,, as his removal has
been determined upon by tho prcsidont.
As soon ns certain other matters are con
cluded tho chango will be made.
The president has formally tendered tho
appointment of
C0MMInSIONR OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
to Felix It. Blunnot, Esq., of Pittsburg,
P. Mr. Blunnot is one of tho present
board of Indian commissioners, and if ho
accents, bis annointmont will nrevent tho
rocurronco of any such condition of cir
cumstances as mat undor wnicn lion. Tar
tar resigned.
ARRESTD FOR CRUELTY ON THE HIGH
SEA.
Capt August Pcschler, of tho Gorman
ship Kurupa, has been arrested and will bo
examined beforo tho United States com
missioner for cruel and inhuman treat
ment of stecrsgo pnssengcrs brought over
in his vessol on last voyage. Two of tho
passengers died of starvation.
ST. LOlllS.
KILLED BY AN EXPLOSION.
THE
NORTH MISSOURI R. R.
TAX QUESTION.
St. Louis, July 20. Arrangements
have been mado botwoon tho counsel of
the North Missouri railroad and tho coun
sel of the county collector, by which tho
company agrees to .pay a part of its tax
bills, and is to submit tho romalndor for n
spoody decision by tbo supremo court. In
view of this arrangomont, Collector Mn
guiro has withdrawn tho advertisement
of tbo sulo of the rolling stock of tho road,
and tho sale will not tako placo.
XILLED BY AN EXTLOSI0N.
Somo days ago, whilo three men wore
charging a blast on tho Arkansas branch
of the Iron Mountain railroad, tho powder
Sreraaturely exploded, and Thomas
ughos was instantly killed and tho other
two workman Eovoroly injured,
LONG BRANCH.
THE PRESIDENT TO REMAIN
AT; HIS " COTTAGE JRY
TIIE SEA."
TIIK
TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
ABANDONED.
Lono Branch, N. Y., July 29. Prcsi
dont Grant and family will romnln horo
at Ills cottage tho romalndor of tho season,
and will, on loavlng hole, proceed to
"Washington.
The presidont has abandoned his trip to
tbo west and California, bo having boon
advised by Gonorals Phil. Shorldan, Sher
man, and many othors, that it is too lato In
the season for a satisfactory visit, and his
visit has been postponed till tho spring of
1872.
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY,
FOREIGN.
MORE ABOUT TIIK FAMINE
IN PERSIA.
THE FRENCH COMMUNISTS.
THEY ARE TO IMMIGRATE TO
ARIZONA.
FUTURE KING OF FRANCE.
PRINCE OF WALKS PREPARING
FOR HIS JOURNEY.
ENGLAND.
TUIKCK OF WALES.
London, July 20, Tho preparations for
tbo journoy ol tho Princo of AVales nro
completed nnd nro on u scalo of mngnlfi
conco rArcly equalled.
REVIEW.
A review of troops will bo held by tho
Princo on Friday night. Tho Lord May
or of Dublin gives a grand ball in honor
of tho Princo for which ho has issued
two thousand invitations.
Tho WoH India mail steamer Togusa,
from Aspinwali, arrived nt Plymouth
yesterday.
A letter from Malta fays tho United
steamer Itichmond .left thero on tho 18th
TIIK FUTURE KINO OF FRANCE.
A lettor is published from Count Do
Paris in which ho cxprcisos tho belief tbnt
Count Do Chnmband is tho future king of
Franco.
Tho
ItlWIO.VATION
of Sir Huthcrford Alcock, British Am
bassador to China, has been received and
accented by tho Government, llo is suc
ceed by Mr. L. F. Wade, first sccrctay of
uiu legation.
Special cable dispatches add but littlo to
mo iniormation receive of tlio dreadful
FAMINE IN TERMA.
Tho drought last year in tho central
and southern provinces and tho consequent
partial failure of crops has caused great
destitution and misery nil winter.
TAXES INCREASED.
At tho samo tirno taxes were grently in
creased on tho people nt Lariston, which
brought on thejlamine, causing largo num
bers of peoplo to lcavo their homos, and
consequently decrease tho tnves tojtho
govornmont. The now governor prom
ised to rniso not onlv tho usual um lmi
still more, and this oppression drovo tho
rest of tho country peoplo from their
homes nnd thronged tho cities, which pay
no taxes.
THE FAILURE OF THE CROPS
In Lariston was rendered moro disastrous
because tho other provinces which mostlv
raiso opium, cotton and silk, depended
on it for their grain. Tho results in lp&-
nnn, lczed, Kerman and bhlna?:, wero ter
rible. By tho end of winter nnd before
the now crops camo in, tlio
CITIF.S WERE CROWDED.
Yecd raises opium. Tho peoplo could
buy no grain and they n'.d grapes nnd
ruuu. in rvnunassnn mo peoplo
fcOLD TUEIlt CHILDREN
to tho Turcomans to save thoir live, nnd
in other provinces peoplo
ATK THEIR CHILDREN,
having colon all their domestic nnimals
and oven rormin. In Ispahan men wero
caught
DIGGING UP COT.TSES
to food their starving families and tho pes
tilenco ln consequence committed fear
ful ravages. Ono hnlf of Porsla is said
to bo depopulated.
THE COMMUNISTS PRISONERS.
A Paris special says tho French govern
ment hns given qualified nssctit to tho
scheme for tho immigration of tho Com
munist prisoners to
ARIZONA.
It divides tho prisoners into thrco
classes. First, tho violent prisonors nnd
thoso guilty of crimo who aro sontencod to
hard labor lor life.
Second, tho dangerous porsons, who nro
to bo sent to tho pcnnl colony.
JTo tho third n general nmnesty is grant
ed on condition of their voluntary Imml.
gration. Tho Inst faro permitted to;go to
Arizona, mo rroncn government giving
them transportation, agricultural and min
ing tools, tents, arms nnd subslstcne cfor
six months.
MEXICO.
A spccinl dispatch from tho city of Mex
ico, dated 18th of July, snys tho United
Slates consul states that notwithstanding
tho strong editorials of tho Siglo, Dias y
Nuno and others, no revolution is expect
od. Junroz's cstimntod majority of dep
uties and electors is decreasing, und tho
ejection of a president will probably pass
Into congress. Both pnrlics express con
fidence in tho result should such bo tlio
esse Tho nfl'uirs in Puobalo nro in stutud
quo.
Vargas is horo on a vistlt. Tho revo
lutionist, .Tunoniz, and his troops wero do
fented in Guconcoa.
CUBA.
Havana, July 20. Sub Marino tele
graph cahlo has been successfully extonded
to St. Vincents.
IIFiftyor moro persons aro on trial in
Aiaruncquo, lor compiicly In tlio recent
insurrection on tho island.
A steamer has sailed from Dcinoru.
British Guamnra, for Now-York. Should
her trip bo successful n monthly lino of
steamers will bo established between tlio
two ports.
CINCINNATI.
NO LAW AGAINST SUNDAY
FREE CONCERTS.
ASSIGNMENT.
flVPIWlTr .Tnl.T DO nltnrr .fml.rA
"Wilson of tho Polico court, in thocrso of
tho proprietors of boor gardons, who havo
uuvi. iv.iiik uuuuiiv vuiii'uns, I.!IU. ii-
conso, decidod to-t'-iy that no llconso could
i... i i i- , r. - , .
uu icquiruu lor giving truo concerts on
nny day of tho wook.
ADOLPll.VOOll A CO,
comin'sslon morclmnts, mado nn assign
ment to-d 'y for tho benefit of their credit
ors. THE REPUBLICAN' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
to-duy determined on holding tho coun
ty convention on Soptomhor 7.
Ill) II UK If
ontored the rosidenco Jof Lutlior P. Gay.
Medina county, Ohio, to-day tit noon, nnd
after seizing Ills' hired hand Colling by
iiamo and tying him, blow opon tho eafo,
taking tlicrefroln ftvo thousand dollars in
government bonds und ono thousand dol
lars In cash.
30 1871.
CHICAGO.
A REMARKABLE LAWSUIT.
A STONE VALUED AT EIGHT
HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS.
DEATH OF M II". T. TODD.
Chicago,. July 20. Mrs. Abraham Lin
coln has received Information of tho death
of her niece, Mrs. llobort S. Todd, of
Purb, Ky., who wns married only n fow
montim ago.
REMARKAIILF. LAW 1UIT.
A suit was commenced in tho Morgan
county (111.) Circuit Court. July 27th,
involving nearly a million dollars. If tho
allegations of tlio bill Aro correct, Bcbcccn
y.' vnll nnd olo von others nro the plnln-
tifls, nnd Klttv Flynn nnd sixteen others
aro tho defendant. Tho bill alleges that
on n dny too rcmoto to bo
mentioned with cortnlnty, but nbout
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AUO
one "William P.oo, of tho stale of Virginia,
becamo possessed, by discovery, of n cer
tnln gem, strango nnd remarkablo for Its
hnrdncis nnd brilliancy. It was ovnl in
form, and about 1 inches in diameter nnd
J J inches tho other way, and of great val
ue, to-wit:
EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Tho hilt further alleges that tho said
stono is now in tho possession of Thomas
M. Carson, of Jacksonville, 111. Tho
plaintiff pray that tho defendants bo re
quired to produce tho stonu in court, and
nlso that n receiver bo appoint! tl to sell
tho stone and distribute thu prctlcds to
the heirs.
BASE BALL.
AT PHILADELPHIA AND ELSE
WHERE.
Philadelphia, July 20. About two
thousand persons witnessed tho gamo of
bno ball between tho Athletics, of this
city, and tho Olympics, of "Washington,
Both clubs failed' to scoro until tho fourth
inning", when tho former by good bat
ing ossistcd by poor handling of tho ball
scored ten. Iho Olympics scored ono in
tho fourth inning when tho gnmo wns
called on account" nf tho roin which hnd
been fulling for somo time.
New York, July 29. Tho Stars dc
fentcd tho Atlantics to-day by a scoro of
10 to 0.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW OBLEANS.
New Orleans, July 29, 1871.
FI.OUB Scarce, supors Sj.SO, XX.
$G.uO. XXX 57.00750.
CO UN Quiet, yellow 737-, whito
ti8.
OATS-Stcadv.
HAY- -Firm "nt 32.
1'OKK Dull nnd lower, at $15.00
Slo.25.
BACON Flat, sides 910, ribs 9J
yj, snouiucrs (f g.
LAUD Inactive; tierces, 10 Jc.
SUGAB Nothlnu' doing.
MOLASSES Nothing doing.
COFFEE Nothing doing.
"W1IISICV Nothing doing.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, July 20.
FLOUlt Dull und unchanged; low
gtndcs nt fair doninnd.
"WHEAT Heavy nnd lower; S1.08J,
cash or July; $1.05j1.03J, August.
CORN Lower und fairly active; 45
cash; -I411 17, August; rc-jeclod tl.
OATS Active but lower; 32J cash;
32J, August.
HYE Lower and fuir demand; olJ
643 cash.
BAULEY Heavy and lower nnd fair
demand; 02fjr,C3 cash.
PKOVISIONS-Heavy.
POBIv $13.2513.37!S cash.
LAUD Dull ntOicasli.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 29.
FLOUlt Dull, at yosterdny's decline.
"WHEAT Dull.
OATS Dull and lower; 3233 In bulk
on truck.
BVE-Diill ot G753 sacked
v ji i a iv l stonily ntyi.
POltK Nominal at $11.00.
BACON Only small ordor trade i.t
previous prices.
DETBOIT.
Detroit, July 29.
"WHEAT 2 I lower, with domand
for extra nt $1.33l.:il; No. 1 while,
11.21(21.22; No. 2, 1.141.18.
NE"W YORK.
New York, July 29, 1871.
FLOUlt Stcndy, prices unchanged.
"WHEAT Stondv nnd fairly uctivo.
$1.32S1.38 for spring alloat, $1.101. 17
iur winter ticu uuu uniucr western.
CORN Active but lower, 01 JG0 for
common mixed,
OATS Stcndy at 02C3 for western.
POKlv Heavy nt $13.00 for now.
31 ESS MEATS Hon vy, hoof stcndy.
LAUD Heavy iitOlg'lOl.
BUFFALO."
Buffalo, July 29.
FLOUlt Dull.
WHEAT Lower; sales of 43,000 bu.
of now red winter at SI. 23.
CORN Dull and lower nt tho close;
sales of 20,000 bu. No. 2 westorn nt,55
Clio.
OATS Dull,
RYE Ottered nt 70c.
FREIGHTS lOJo for corn to Now
York. iMMii.v mo('i:itii:N.
LOUIS .1 ORG ENS EN,
Dealer In nil kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCBBIBS.
l'liriitcr'N Yaril mill Nliiiillntr
without charge.
Cor, Washingtou'iir. ami Tweutioth-tit.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
jiwdtr
PHYSICIANS'
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. 1).
Ii KSJIDENOE-No. 21 Thirteenth streit, be.
i tvu'cii Washington avenuo and Walnut street.
I'IIich VJ Commercial avenue, up trix.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
T EfliriENCK-corner Ninth and Walnut sis,
lXiOihrti coiner blilh street and Ohlu lovtc.
UtUvv hours fioinO a.m. U Vim,,aud'J p.m.
BULLETIN BUILDjik,,
(JU.HJim.1ION AVD FOttWAUDISU.
W.Htrai'ton. " T. Hirii"
STRATTON & BIRD,
(3ucccsors to titration, Hudson A Clark.)
WHOLESALE GHOCERS,
ANIl
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
67 Ohio Lcvcc, Cairo, Illinois.
t9-Agent of American Powder Co., and man.
f.tclurera agenla for cotton yarn. Jy'dtf
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(f ucccasor to Patker & Philli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMI
FORWA RDING M KRCHANT,
AND
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. asd OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, IM
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
AND
DEALERS XHT HIIMIE
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Ap
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner i:iglilli SI reel unit Ohio I.nrc
CAIRO, ILL.
PETER CUIIL
txcnivr.
FLOUR MERCHANT
AID
, MILLERS' AGENT.
No. SO Ohio Lcvcc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
jyl dtf
II. M. 1IULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEECHANT,
No. 134 Comnicrcial-avc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER it PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMI
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMI
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Lkvke, CAIRO, ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Succours In i:. 11. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding anil Commission
MERCHANTS
A.MJ
"WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS
CAIKO, ILL.
tV32s,Id'ral Advance mado upniiSC2ltV
jV2i Consignment". t2Z?t
Are prepared to recclvo, atoro and orwnrd
fritlfihts to all points and buy mid
sell on commission,
aWlluslneai nllendcd to promptly.
WOOD RITTEN1IOUSE,
(HucceMor ol Ayera A Co.)
FLOUR
AMI
Gcnoral Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
i..vwyi:iih.
ALLEN, MULKEY k WHEELER,
ATTORNEYS
wo
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
VilllnmJ.AIIeii, )
ohn H. Mulkey, ) CAUtO, H.UNOIS.
amuel P.WIieiler.J
JOUIl II
Samuel
ittTPsrtlcular attention n.ild to river ami .i.
mlr.ilty imsiiiess.
OFFIlTi ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER'S 11LOCK.
GREEN k GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (Ireen, "l
jyillitm II liilbert, OAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
Miles !', (illbrt, J
ClTripeclal attention kItcu to Admiralty aud
OFFICFi OHIO LF,VEX,HOOMH 7 AND 8 OYER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
II.VNK8.
FIRST NATIONALTCAlNiv
OF CAIKO,
IlANinr, ilUKD.'Presldenl i
HOlimtT W. Mir.I.KK, Vico.Pre.ildfnf,
O..N. II VOUKH, Cashier.
COLLECTIONSJH'ROMPTLY- MADE.
EXCIUNGK, coin. Mnk noles nnd United
Slalea securittfs bought and sold.
InliTOH Alloucil on TIiup HrpoltH.
ENTERPRISE SAyiNGS,
hurlcroil Jtliti-ch 31, 1809.
orrtci: ii
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
orricrKS!
A. H. SAFFOHD. President!
H. 3. TAYI.OU, Vice-President;
W. lliMLUP, Hceretarv and Tit
Treasurer.
utctcToaa:
P. W. lUuetAT, CiiAa.Ouioutn,
K M.HTo..Mimt, putt. n. Scitin,
H. M. CcNMvnnw, w. P. ll tniBAr,
J. M. Putiiira.
nciotlN or any Amount ItPccUcdfs-oiu
Tors Con Is Cpniinls.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
ao riur .so or. tuc ca ch tw it,
Open every business day from 9 a.m. to 3 r.m.,
and Saturday evening lor HAVING DEPOSITS
only, from 8 to s o'clock.
au-utf W. HYSI.OP, Treasurer.
rprriTs rumv VAmrnvAT
(1AIBO ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100 00
W. P. HAI.1.IPAY, President;
A. II. aAPFORP, Caihlcr;
WALTER IIVSLOP, Assistant Cashier.?
DIUECTOBS!
Sta it Tivioa, Knnrar II. CrxxixoUAX,
fn'OTT WlltIK, W. P. llALLItlAT,
(Iru. D. Wiluahmin, HrmixN Uiiin,
A. U. BArroxu,
i:xcliniti;o, Colts nml I'nlloil Slates
II0111I llthiKlit uuil S0I1I.
DEPOSITS recolved, and a sencral banking
business done.
L'lt.MIUK.
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
Dy buying your
EICHHOFF BKOS.,
FURNITURE FACTORY,
WiifltliiKloii-nv., Aciir Coat nm Ilouao,
Cairo, Illinois!'
1 1 (o A 11 ..
' ( 1, a ' it
Mer. r.lohhotTnrDihcrs dtslro to Inform Dm
eititeos of Ui.ro that they are mauufacturinc all
kinds of , n
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hnsn now ou hand' and for sale, at
.' it; 1 '
Wholotuile nnl Iiefnll,
nil hlndi, and will coritlntio . to keep at their
SALES nOOMH, IN TIIEIU 'NEW BUILDINO,
Kvery dlscriptlon of cheap and costly lurnliurei
i.STEKMT paid on depnalu at tho raleot six
percent, per annum, March Inland Septem
ber 1I. Interest not withdrawn Ii adde. imme
diately to tho priuclpil of tho deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
na-Carvcd lled.teads,
Wf Matblo Tojiped Ilureaui,
rdldeboards, Waabttandsj
TWarilrolios, Bofa Chairs,
fjj.8ofui and Matraiacs,
i)-Iiingcs,eU:., tu.,
Which they will KuarauUa to ad I
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
1
Thau they can Ui bought from asj.other dealer 1
tho oily, iiivd them a call oVl satisfy your.
femes, jyeutv

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