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JOHN H. OBIiRLY & CO.,
Alftti TfiMM Albr.kr. no, lA-ainicj aspvmiuij
th Alum Mmont) lull, .irin.i uiiri,n
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uk Ciui'f r.ii, No. 71 lular CotuocKllon
Mnonio HaII. on tliu lliinl 1'hvAy of rvcrr
tihit IiiMl. Nn.'i-l? K A A. M ltVimlar Com.
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loycrnor, John M. Palmer 1
.leiitenant Clavcrnor, John Dougherty i
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ii j.t Public Instruction, Newton llaleuuiii.
'nators Lymnn Trumbull and John A. Login.
(.ri.imtiilf Thirteenth District John M.
1..M HJ-.Ub u till A Jj Asar.ai ui. i .
-imlms, lit District T, A, K. llolcomb. of
r.n. ami H. Ii. dl'-son.of Glllalln.
putative. lt Dl.trict II. Watsoo Webb.
ijgc H, J, Ilaker, ul Alexander.
.ostcutiug Allorney J. t. Mil.artlioy, or
r nit Clerk Jno. J. narman.
iirritl A. H. Irvin.
.I,.F. Ilri. . .
.'. J 'i:, McCrite ami Hsreii'MOu.
t. i t t .n..ln
Irnrn.r-R II.l'ntK. i
hl.. ft! Pnlirr 1 II. Mttm. i
'olice Uonitailtf John tthfhant (Uy), nnl
, II. Vtlrrun and J. W. Humne r, (night.)
i.iTor joitn ji nucn.
ourth WrJS. SUut Tlor.
IIOAim Or ALDEKMt.V. 1
IKIl U'll'.n Win. HlrtUm.
UUTII WAItl-Ji Carroll.;
Time of Muting.
he City Council inett. In Joint omion on
day oTcnlxu: urc-ceoine the Crst.Muniiar of
riuu or AibOMU).
ne uotra 01 Aiaermcu niceiH rn iuu nrn
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COMMITTKES OF TIIK COUNCIL.
irrrj aitwrrf. iayior. iuer, tvmirr.
od and Mcto&lf.
. ht-aiu acd H&lUdAV.
!iiiNii-Muri. waoJ. Ciinninvfiatii anil iviflj.
UiC ami JadiiiSitv, Carroll, liujer nuu
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'ITS is!"! iniKHJI V9I t B ItVIMUVII.unBi itu
Tinmy Jlmr-LWoo-Jwaril, fevriiynnd lluder.
i,r,i t iftirK' iia Marnp. inn undMrw r.pr.
Wlntfr, Htratton nnd Cmroll.
'rairr int ntt WtHnaiMV nt tk v. w.
uui oluuu tt m . m w Alia ii&uau tui ou iui
rvr tnootlnu'. U itilnomlfiv. 7 tf . v .
n tenae in, nor. r. ju. ihommon. rtttior.
IIUCII Or Til K 1 E )E ME 1 (Ed UcODa )
nrnlnif lirAVdm. al.ljil)i . it .
tpii riL nravfr!. u. l t
Rov. Ma. Coan, doctor
PATRICK'S CIIUHCU-'Jor. Ninth Bl.Mid
r uniiiUKtvti nituur.
Hcv. I J. O'lULtoiuN, rriest.
IBISTIAN Eltflitocnth street.
i t.Rd UAl.l.aih lfilT w nm 71,' n w.
Kev, J. I iuiM', ravtor.
Uhurcli, EighleentliWrcie.'BllMli'Htfiiool 3
IU.SQ MEN'S CHKMTIAK ASSOCIATION-IlfK-ilnr
incetlag lecoud Monday cell month at the
rrnyfr ruw v iti.;.in
the Prnyerroomoftlio I'ronlijterlnncliurcli.
(J. rABHOit, l'roiidtnt.
'KICAN M. E, Fourteenth 6t, between Walnut
(Services, Babbath, 11 A. M,
Sunday Hchool.l r.U,
1'reaolunR, VA r.. Itrfr.'Wm. Jackson, I'astor
JCONB FREE-WIUIillAI-nBT-Flftionlh 81.
botwoen Walnut aii'l Cedar.
Bervices Babbolh, 1 and II I'. M.
IVL'L'KIT IIMJH t)......ol - i r-
nor. k. kicks, rastor.
ItEE-WII.lj BAPTIST HOME MIB.SIU.-v bUN.
DAY SCUOOIporue walnut am JCedar Bts.
BundivBehoblt) A.-M. 'l
HIST Kit EE niM- IIAI'TWT CHURCH Cur
rV'a llarraoka. , , . '
horvicpH, rtabbath 11 a. m a r. x. and VA t.
ltov. Wm". Keluev, l'ustor.
HIST M18S10NAHV HAI'TIST CHUltClI-liet.
ween luth and Uth ntreets, ueart'odar.
I'reachlng Babbath ay, a. n.,and 7; i u,
I'rayer Meeting, WoJuesday evening.
I'reachlng, Friday evening.
Habbath Bnhool, 1J P. m. John Van Ilaxter Bud
Mry Biophwii Buporlotemltnta. .1 .
11 KI.lt HOLD'S
ii rut mold's
OrttAJErm pill. '
OATAWIIA ORAl'E TILU.
CATAWDA OliAI'K l'lLLH.
CATAWJIA OHAJ i: 1'ILIH,
ca'tawiia bKArK flttH', "
CATAW1IA OltAI'K 1'II.I.H.
CATAIVIIA OKAI'K 1'II.I.H.
CATAWHA OIl.M'K TILLS.
HELM IB OLD'S
ii klm hold's
S AllS AP ARILL A
HARM A I' A KILL A.
:i'CKirr the Bvoon.
HELUIIOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT 8AR3APA
RILLA Cures all Eruption, of the Skin,
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IIEI.MHOLD'a FLUID EXTRACT HARSATA
RILLA Carts the worst form of lilood bi.eues.
llELMROLD'.S FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPA-
in li a
Enters hciriljr Into thr Circulation of th
UELMliOLD's FLUID EXTRACT SARSXr;.-
Beautifies the Complexion.
HELIIUOLD'H FLUID ' EXTRACT SARSAPA'
One lottlc is iHiual In atrtocth to one trillon ol
thurruii or Docortionn a. uiiuallv maJe: and
a wine-Klaus lulled to a I'lut of water equals the
e'lraiH I.lSrtON DlEf IJHINK. Try It tlili
way. a uUKiiiiiii iTrxnfj , i
IIELMIlOLD'h CATAVllA ORAPE TILLS
II ELM HOLD'S CATAWDA OnXTX THIS
A plea.ant, vafe and agreeable Cathartic,
IIKLMUOLD'S CATAWDA OBAFX PILLS
Used In all atlcvuona where a Purj5tlte Medicine
II r.I.M HOLD'S CATAWDA ORAPE PILLS
Harmless to a child, and taken by children.
IIKLMIIOLI) S CATAWDA ORAPE FILLS
rtUerede Magnesia, Baits and every other I'ur
1IELMU0LD S CATAWIIA U&APK PILLS, I
CertMn in eltrct, and pleasant In operation,
IIELMROLD'S CATAWDA ORAPE PILL
Is not a patented Pill.
UELMII01.D S CATAWDA GRAPE FILLS
Arecompuscd ol Catawtn Clrape June and Fluid
I'urchane two bottles of HELM IIOI.U'H FA USA.
I'Altll.l.A and one box ol 1MI.I.S worth I heir
weight in gold.
!u ii-uiT intestment can be made lor to small
HELMDOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT DUCHU
Has acquired a world-wide lame,
ALL of my preparations are meritorloua. A
period of twenty years has proved this to be
Bue remarks tnadobvBenia.mln Traverse. P. II.
C. rJ. Bpeaklng of those diseases, and disesses
arising from th excess of mercury, he atatel
that no remedy Is equal to the Extract of Barsa.
parilla. its power is extraordlrary, more so than
any other druir I am acquainted with. It Ir, in
in the strictest sunbe, a tonic, with this invaluable
attribute that It is applicable, to a state of the
sjstem so sunken, and vet so irritable, as ren.
ders other substances of the tonic class unavail
able or iniurlnus.
Hoe HKMAltKBot the (illEAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEN OKAMEItICA !
Wm. R. Warner A Co..
19 North Third atreet, PhilAdelphU, T.
H.T.llelmboldt n' -
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you an
having the handsomest and at the same time the
Most Effective Pill thai I have ever known for the
purposes Intended; WM. R. WARNER A CO.
II, T. llelmbold will remark, in conclusion, that
Ills remedies are the result of long ad careful
study. The Fluid Extracts have been before the
ubllc .twenty years. Thf sale orcnira in that
Imn nroves their talud.L All'have'bejen benefit.
tod by them who followed my instructions, and
ttvdiv trior stand uneaualled in the extent ot
their etle, and unsurpassed hr any medicameni
in the Dispensatory-of the Uuiteil e)tata, net
excepting n alnglo Herb, Root, Plant, or Bclcn
t-iiarmaceuticai I claim all mine to be, and have
never natented n ninnia nna
To dispel any ImprewtDB c prejudice that
might exist in the minds ol many against my
nrenarat ons. from tli m,i,iiii. ..!. . I.
advertising, ami that I nm and have been a drug,
gist for a jierlod pf twenty yeaniand more con.
clusively to preve this see fetter from the largest
innniiiaciiiniiK ciiemisie in ine world t c "
I am aeoualnted with' W.'iWt.W',!??4!..
i . VV . Z " " " s IIA4UVr(U A II O
occupied the drug storo opposite my reMdeaoe;
nnd was successful In conducting the husines.
where others hd not been equally so before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with his charao.
ler and enterprise. WILLIAM W10HTMAN.
f irm oi rowers wisiamaal.mauufacturins
chemists, Ninth and Drown streets. Pnlladcl
phin, . k
UL STAND ON THEIR UiaiTS.
Tho Pill 1 have thought of offering to the alflio
leil lor ten years.,
Thev aru now1 nerfect. nnd 1 'shall sUWn mv
time, money nnd fame on their . effectiveness.
i no lnvuingsiyio in which urn pin nseu is mane,
tho bottle, label, wrapperall show with what
inre they havo beeu prepared. After exanilna.
lion, no English or French preparation will show
renter care, nnd I nm really proud of, them.
Instead of the nauseous-looking, carelessly
prepared Pills vended generally, nnd put up In
wooden boxes, and made generally, or ollerod
by those having r.0 experiepce.au physicians.
ilriitfL'lstH or nmnulacturera of medicines, test
the tnedlutne otl'ered by vour oliedlent nervaat,
II. V. HKLHllOIiU.
Crystal Palaco Drug Store, No. 601 Broadway,
Paliico Pharmacy, (illsey House, ltrondwny, and
'Twenty-ninth Ktreot,iftew York., 'j
Temple tf Pharmacy,iUontliiental Hotel, Phila
delnhlni and No. llH Houtli Tenth atred( Phll-i
ii adelphla. , j , i
B0LD(1 JynyUQJBTB' ZYXKTVTUXRK. :
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HaMrte cpttUlljr ror tlieCnlni mil.
Irtln. Ten hour In ndvitnce or Ntl
I.ouIn pnpera. '
THE M'OAltiyiAHN ULAIMS.-
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TIIK KENTUCKY WAK CLA' Mi
NOT TO HE PAID.
u l I II.
FRIENDLY INDIANS. ' I
Waxiii.voto.v, Aurjust 2. Tlio ku-klux
lub-cotnmltlco l still vngogl in tho oxJ
rmlnatlon of witnesses. Nothing "of
kp?oial inter )t lit Ueou olioited. Ono
cian of wltnr-sri testify to tho ircvnloncd
of ncaco and order nnd tho ubsenco oi
Jtujklux. organizations jn .certain, eouth,pni
locaiitict, wnuo anouior cinss temiiy in nn
oppoiite direction. Lt Ji ttated tlint tho
sub-committo will lo ecnt 7n October to
invosttcato tho facts connected with al
leged ku-klux, tbroo, liundr'd of whom!
were indicted at n recent term of-thoj
United State Circuit Court at;Oxford,
TUB M'OABREAUN CLAIM, ,
Tho Secretary of tho Interior hus de
cided in effect that n pntcnt has nertri
been iuued to M'Uarrcabn for ;tho 1'n
moche Grande quicksilver mine, in this,
that .the application of tho New Idria Co)
fur a patent for four.hundrd nnd eighty,
acres u defective and should not bo grunt
ed, that it exceeded tho amount that could
.bo gr-inted under tho actof 18C0. which
limitid the grant to any ntsocintlon of
penom to not more than three thousand
The Indian agent at Fort Larainio tele
graphs, July 30, that tho Siouis In that
part were ncrer more friendly to tho
whites or better satlifled"with the net of
THE KENTUCKY WAR CLAIM P.
Secretary Uoutwell decides that ho has
no' authority to pny tho Kentucky war
claim, lately introduced.
THE BUFFINBE11G Kit
TOWLEU'S PKKPAHATION FOR
THE CO-WLEXION USED
THE POISONING CASE.
Coluudus, August 1. Tho tacts In our
report yesterday fii regard to tho nllccod
pouoniDg cajo at London, Madison county,
notwithstanding the contradiction form
Kow York, aro substuntially correct.
The Ohio Slutcsman of this morning
gites somo additional particulars. It says
a man named Thompson, of Madison coun
ty, a relativo of Iluulnbargcr, was in this
city on Monday, consulting with his legal
advisers and was advised to procuro tho
necessary papers and proceed at onco to
New York and procuro tho arrest. Instead
of this, howetor, ho expressed a. determi
nation to return to Madison county and
consult bis friends. Nothing has been
beard from him since.
In this connection wo should say instead
of a requisition having been ready, that
tho dosumonts were readyj If Thomp
son telegraphed to Now York and reced
ed an answer that tho arrest hnd been
mado tho fact is not known to his attor
neys. Parties in this city who should bo
fully posted know nothing of the nri-'U
having boon. .made. It Is, however, .11
known that a slstor ot -Mrs. Calburn
bought' a ticket' for New YorWon Mon
day morning at tho Columbus depot, nnd
sho probably was not hwaro of tho fact,
that enquiring eyes woro cn6t over her
shoulder at tho timo of tho purchase
Tho storv, so far as regards tho exhuma
tion of .Buffinburgor's body nnd tho re
port of Dr. AVarmloy that poison had
been found in tho stomach nnd liver is be
yond disputo in this comumnity. Tho
thoory of tho prosocttting 'party is that
Fowlers prcparatin,,ueed for the complex
ion oi laalos, was tho articlo'used to lako
tho lifo of tho sjod husband. It romnins
to. bo demonstrated Jn ft legal investiga
tion whether tho wifo administered Uiu
poison, n)wnyi ro.yidcd if tho action of
tho prosqcutlng parties 'has notrcsultod
iu.tho escape of tho accused.
" LITTLE ROGK. ''
ANOID NEGROi PLAYING-KU-KLUX.
A CHUItCn CbNGltEGATION
TIIE OUICOT COUNTY MATTER
ii i i i it.
''LiWlVco'ck, XugUBt 2. On Sundhy
tho congregation. at, ,C9lored, church in
Jefferson county wer'o startled by un old
colored man who dressed hlmsolt in tho
OAltll of ku-klux
and ontered tho building In tho midstof tho
services. Every person in tho houso ms,do
a rush, for tho door and took to tho woods,
as tho old man cntored drussod In his pe
culiar garb, leaving' tho preacher who
continued to exhort.
The old nogro advanced toward tho
preacher, 'giving' him a sduiid" cubing and
tuon left tho houso.
Un tho next dsv ho wus arrested and
flnedil&O. fori disturbing the worshipers
and $26 for cursing tho preacher bosidct
costs and a lecture on his misconduct.
THE CHICOT COUNTY MATTER!)
hvo Leon settled by Kaglan'd withdraw
lag his claims, to tho probatu and county
jUdgoihip, and tho govoinor has. rccom
xjaUaluuod Maon. ' t
S, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1871.
MORE About the late; ex
i plosion. .. i ,i
H jBAiri'RKN DING SCENE IN, A
NEW-YORK HOSPITAL. "
REGIMENTS COURT MAHTIAL
ING Members who fail-
ED TO PARADE ON THE .
JOE COBURN SHOT BY A GAM
Kw-yoi'.K, August 2. At about lmlf
nsstr.lwo -o'clock this mornlrir the ni'"nlUt.
Joo Colurn, became engaged in n dispute
wlth'n gambler bv the nttmo of 'GcKMo-
Oloud. In Mall's saloon. So. 311 Uoworv
iirccv'wnicn soon canio- to blows, wncn
'McCloud 'drew a pistol which wnV sefzed
b' Coburn and in tho itrt'jlo the pistol
wont oh", tho ball striking Coburn in tho
temple. Tho wound prov 1 to 1oi scalp
Tho police was attracted by the oxolo
sion, arretted them both and lock 3d t.icin
In the tenth precinct station, where Co
burn's wound was drciwed,
A man. named John Clark, who wm
passing In the street nt tho time of tho af
fray, received tho bullet from MoCtoud'i
pistol, which glanced from 'Cohurn's head,
wounding him in'the tli ",h. The ball wn
THE WJMT FIELD tlliiA&TKlt.
Sir. J. II. Vtindorbilt, president of the
Klatrn Island railroad cetnpany, stated that
tlio compkny hud thrco boats, and that he
Considered tho AVoittleld tho butt. Sho
was built in 1BGU. Her engine was built
by Allen & Co., und wns,- though tho old
.est. the best, because ihe was made whon
better iron could be had. . llosaid ho pre-
lerrou, colored cuginet:r, itoiesc i to an the
rest. Tho Wcstfleld was to have bcon in
dock that day. but for nothing about the
boiler, and only for cleaning tho llues.
Kliza Klcssner, who died last night, was
doing well till u number of thoughtless
friends, who had gained access to her bed
side, informed her of tho' death of her
husband. Upon hearing tho startling
news, sho gnvo a scream, raised herself in
bed nnd foil back dead I
DEATH 0I-A.V ARTIST.
Win. Henry Thwait, n well-known art
ist of Elizabeth, N. Y., died Sunday.
COURT MARTIALINO THEIR MEMIIERS.
Sovcral regiments of nntional guards
nro caurt martialing their members who
failed to parade with their commands on
the 12th of July. Tho Seventh has fined
its delinquents $25 to M) each.
Tho Karl and tbo Countess sailed for
of New Orleans, was agreed upon, lo-dny,
as final stake-holder in tho Muce-Uoburn
THE UOFFINDARQEUPOlsONINO CAfE.
T!fo friends' and relative ot tho widow
of Mr. Uolllnbarger, in Madison county,
Ohio, accused ot poisoning her Imsbuml,
stato that if thero is any truth In tho re
port of arsenic being found in tho ex
liuinod remains, it has bcon placed there
by his relatives, after his death, in order
to injure her. Thoy also all ego that sev
eral circumstances point to a deep laid con
spiracy to sccuro tho property of tho de
ceased) by this and other fraudulent
BY TOO MUCH CHLO
ROFORM. Louisville, August '2. L: t night
Mrs. Iliscoo, tho wifo of n grci -ry mer
chant on Market street, died under cir
cumstances which render death probably
accidental suicide. Sho was ill nnd had
been taking chloroform. Her husband
gnvo her a small dose and went out. Dur
ing his nbsenco tho saturated her hand
kerchief with tho fluid and placod it over
her'faco. Ho found her lying apparent
ly asleep on his return, and did not dis
turb. her for somo time, when at last ho
approached her and felt hor pulso sho was
coM. lioitig alarmed ho summoned as
sistant immediately but sho was quito
dead, all cllorts falling to restoro her to
GEN. SHERMAN INSPECTS THE
TROOPS AT MADISON
. Watkbtown, i August ,2. Gen. uShor
man roaehed thiu city Inst ovoning from
Ogdensburg. Ho spent ' o night at Sack
ct Harbor, nnd insncc d tho troops at
Madison barracks this morning. Ho re
turned to this city at noun, and leaves this
evening for Oswego. He declined a re
ception, HUDSON, N. Y.
AN" ABSCONDING SHAKER.
t-i r " t , '
Hudson, Yl, August U. K. Cha.e,
a prominent Shaker, who in former years
had chargo of tho' tho business ot that
hranqh of tho New Lebanon Shakers
' knowti ai tho Hrickoarod family, ab
sconded last Saturday night and is sup
posed to bo a defaulter to tho amount of
Irom S1G.000 to 20.U0O. It is belioved ho
is in Springfield, Mass.
CONCORD, IN. Ii.
RUN INTO BY AN EXPltKsS
THREE PERSONS KILLED.
i Concord, N. II., August 2. Dr. Georgo
Hoko and wifo, Mr. Cltavlus Tilton and
Miss 'Witlcott, nil of Uoaton, wliilu taking
u pleasuro tlflVfl ycstorilay in diaries
town, N. H., whoro thoy boaidnl, woro run
into by tm oxpros train mi tlio Voriiiont
Cimtral railroad, and tha threu first In
stantly killed. .NjisH,"Walcot'test'apcd with
j sovury bruises.
SIR WALTER SCOTT SENTEX-NARY.
MEETING OF EMPERORS WIL
LIAM, OF GERMANY, AND
FRANCIS Jtf JOSEPH, OF
DONALD DALERYMPLE TO VIS
OP AND DUKE CONSTANTINK.
London, August 2. Tho Grand Dtiko
Constantino, grand admiral of tho Prus
sian navy, arrived at Woolvsick, yester
day, on board tho ' Cigar ship" nnd paid it
visit to the hrienal.
who was a fow days ago transfercd from
tho Austrian to tho Prussian mission, has
been created n harpnot by tho (uccn.
Tho nniKiintmnnt inf M r. T. V "WnA.
as the successor to Sir Kuthcrford Alcock,
ns Urituh minister to China is published
in last night's Gazette.
a urand banquet
will bo given in London on tho ICth Inst,
tocolebrato the cetitcnnnry of Sir Walter
Scott. Hepworth Dixon will preside, and
ins niiucipnicu mat tour nunureu oi tno
must dUtlnfllulirvl nnnnln In flront ttrlt.
ain and America will bo present.
DONALD DALERYMPLE. ESU..
former., a surgeon nnd physician but now
& mnml...r nf tiarli'imnnt fn lt rTi will nf.
tor the session of parliament, visit 'tho
unucu oiaios tor mo purposo ol rnaKlng
a study of tha American course of treat
ment for tho reformation of inebriates.
A despatch from Spain, says thnt four
hiju lubviuauuuui suiiciy uavu ar
rived in that city, nnd aro amply provid
cd with funds.
Vienna. August 2. It is nrobablo tlu1
T 1 1 ' I H ' ... ...
cnijicror liiiam, ot ucrmany, anu i- ran
cis Joseph, of Austria, will s'oon meet at
Uerne. Aucust 2, Som! armed com
munists havo violated tho Jura frontier of
Switzerland. Tho bwiss government has
addressed a protest to tho Cabinet at
Constantinople, Augiut 3. The
Porto has despatched two thousand troons
against tho insurgents in Alhinn.
Paris, Aticust 2. It is rumored that
Dorcir.usot is to bo appointed Minister of
M. ItOUX CONDEMNED.
M. Roux, ono of the leaders of tho
abortivo communist insurrection in Mar
seilles has been condemned.
FRENCH PRl-iONERS IN GERMANY.
Tho only Frenclt prisoners now remain
ing in "fGermnny. nro four oflicers
and eight hundred privates in tho hos
pitals, nnd ten officers nnd seventy privates
imprisoned for offenses.
GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF ODD
Uoston, August 2. Tho grand cneamp
ont of Odd Fellows held thoir annua!
mcctini! to-Jny. Tlio JI. AV. L-rnnd icrlbo
reported, at tho present time, 20 subordin
ate encampments in tho stato with aincm-
uursuiii ui 3,uuu, uaviug uuuu iiiureiiscu
during the past year by fivo cncampmeiits
uuu over iuu luumuun;.
FOUND DEAD IN THE RIVER.
Teurk IIaute, Ind., Ausust 2. Ed
ward Johns, market master ot this city,
was lounu ueau in mo river this morning,
having, it is supposed, committed suicide.
Causes intemperance, domestic troublo
nuu limine ai Uillicultv. Un lnnvp? ,i w In
nnu nvo cuimron without moans lor their
A... , , . . . T . . .. .
THIRTY PERSONS POISONED
BY EATING CORN
Philadelphia, August 2. Thirty per
sons, after eating corn starch pudding nt
the Alhiimbra hotel, Atlantic, N. J., nt
dinner yesterday, showed signs nf having
been poisoned. No deaths urn reported.
V, ... t,..t ll-. ,,, It. ,1...
col m str 'h by a discharged domestic.
troy; n. y.
A NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
Troy, August 2. Tho Masons of Troy
to-day Inld tho cornor-stono of tho new ma
sonic templo with appropriate ceremonies.
Delegations were present from all lodges
in tho vicinity.
George, Ilalgcoek officiated as grand
muster nt tho ceremonies,
ConitY, August 2, The control of tho
Union and Tltusvillu railroad was trans
ferred to tho Oil Crock and Alloghiny
railroad by Joasu for 00 years. The oill
cors of tho latter named road took
formal possession this morning.
C ENT R A L IIOUS H,
Villa KilK. Illliiol i.
TIMOTHY COYIj, Vropriutor.
In nnu of the best nnd llnest mlooii In the ciuni.
ty aid Ih' supplied vwtli tho bett wiw, lnutii
and lugei Iwpr. Th piiiprliiifl'iuviU a piuruiuiitu
promisluu 'o tienltlu'iu hti iittruiiH vulhtnd (u
uivii them tho i"t In tho nhnp which U the best
lit Vltl i Uldf.e. h'iail'
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASltGfON 'AVE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
, New Orleans, August 2.
CORN In moderate demand. Mixed
i0cj whito "Oa77c.
OATS Dull nnd lower. Now 55aC8;
II AY Scarco at $33.00.
PORK Dull at Slo.
HACON Dull at 7Ja9JaO.
LAUD Dull. Keg 1 ljc.
"WHISK Y-(luIct nt 02jca$1.02J.
St. Loup, August 2, 1671.
FLOUR Lower grades scarce and In
steady demand, other grades dull and un
changed. WII WAT Opened dull nnd closed 3c.
lower, Inspected No. 1 $1.03, No. 3 $1.10,
No.2S1.2J bysnmple, No 3 sold $1.0?
CORN Dull, lower and unsettled, mix
ed 10c, Zio. 2 whito mixed l.'c, bulk mlx
od 4S40, yellow 47-i8, whito 52.Vj for
OATS Opened quito firm, clear, dull,
and lower, No. 2 mixed 50c, bulk 37'.5b
RYE Dull nnd unchangod.
PORK Dull nnd henvv. $1 4.000 11.25.
irTK M K A 'IN Vrt- .in,. ,tn
shouMorsCJ, rib8J9. "
liAitii uuu ana nominal.
COFFEE Activo and firm at 1G1
191 for rio.
SUGAR Firm' at ll(a)121 for good to
choice, Louisiana and l'o to Rico 11(S
-MOLASSES Dull and unchanged.
IllGinS'INES F' . at 04.
Oiikmuo, August 2, 1871.
FLOUR Dull, weak nnd scarcely any
CORN Active, excited and irregular.
No. 2 selllnL' lou-nrut .111 r-mli .1111 .nib,-
iiugusi, uui iuo decline wus recovered be
fore tho closo of tlio market nnd closed
firm nt42,cnsh C,ty seller August.
Rejected 40; low 11()12. In open board
iii tho afternoon the market wns excited
and prices advanced steadily to the close
withj,ellcr August firm at 43.
OATS Activo ; No. 2 selling nt 2730c
cash ; closing steady nt 28f3)20con change,
and 3030lcopon board in tho afternoon ;
rpjectcdsoll at 2o(r?20c.
i!YE Ouiet nnd mister itiufl nt MCh
51 Jo; 51c bid for Aug.
2, 04C.')C cash ; G0(,01e seller Sept.
luiuiiii &iii-.iJ -Activo but prices
weak j sales at S2.753.25.
n.u v iji. iuiei ai j.ii)iii,j.iu.
"WHISKY-Qulet at 02e.
Hoard anil Tuition, per annum $220 00
HELLMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE
IVU-UUUTID 111 II, 11,11. I'HIVCR ARTIIl'C,
lloinl and Tiiitin, per annum i!0 00
Prsldent-Tho Very H. V. I. Hcllmuth, P. I'.,
Dean of Huron.
For particulars, apply to Major Evans, London
Having recently added nil
tho fonts of the latest style,
of card and circular typo
to our already full and
complete nssoitment, wit
take pleasure In announc
ing to our readers that wo
do nil kinds of Job work,
In tho mostnrllstio style,
nnd gii.irnnU'o satisfaction.
MRS. M. SWANDEH,
DEALER IK MILLIXERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coiiiiiiercliil Avt'iiui', opposite I'.lllu
anil lluj thorn-
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' AVEAR
Jlaile to order, or Iti'udy-Mnde.
A full iifsortmeiit of Misses' nnd Ladies
Hats and lionnuts of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
Kimmi KiiiEirr, hktwkkn wahiiinotox
AND CO.Mli:i!CIAl, AVENUES,
llux ju.t received a full nm! splendid lino of
Dre.ii triniiiiiiig', ilk gimps, sill; g.iloon, gui
pure luces, innsH trimmings, rroeket buttons,
sill; and velel buttons, plu.li nnd tnimiiing vel
vet, huls iiinl bnnai'ts, line l;u! ul'es, ladles' mid
children.' shoes, iiml n lull nnd complete stock ot
Anilinory ami I'Viicy Goods,
All of which sho proposes to Bell at
TIIK VERY LOWEST t'AHH PRICES.
TlioiindcrslKUisI, proprietors of tho Dm and
Vuki. IkLLCTis, havu Just received an assort
ment in the latest styles of Job Prlnllns types,
1 and have now on" of the inostcumplete jonamces
111 the Smith und West, Thoy Halter thcmselve
thxt tlti-v possess t.ieilitUs fur turninK out
promptly, in thu best stjle o the Art, all work
entrusted to Ihem, from ihe smallest card or
hbel to tho miiniiioth poster, and nt prices
' vililoh Itave Willi our busmen men no nood ex
eiirii fur seinliuii I lit' I r wuU to ti. Louis. Clnclu-
I mil or Chicago, JNU. II. OlIEltLYJt CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BAKK
or oaiiio. '
rANIi:ii JltniU, President ;:
nonniiT w. MILLKK, Vfce-rrcslJent ;
. N. HUOHES, Cashier.
ItT'!ANf,F" ,c"' ,"'t t"les and United
lU States securities bought and sold.
Inti r. st .tllnuiMl on TI1110 rp.ls.
t'linrtvrctl .tlnrcli 31, 1 sot',
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO.
urrrctut ' , .'
.S.S. TAYI.tMt, Vice-President;
W. llidLUP, Secretary and Tr
P. V. Hmcnv, Cms. Oahoihii,
I . M. HrtKran r.rn, I'm. (). H, nni,
11. M.Ct'SkLNUHtM, W. P. HaluiUt,
J. M. PlUtLlrSa
Deposits ol'iuiyAiimiiiit ItoreU csl Trom
Tt'ii S fiits I'piiurds,
INTKKIIST paid on deposits at tho r.ito! six
percent, per annum, March Island Suptem-h-r
lt. Interest not withdrawn Is added linnie
d lately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO TIMT NOOSE CUKatlS Ml US' IT.
Ojien every business iUy from !.m. to3 p.m.,
and Saturday eveninu for HAVI.Mj DKI'OSITa
only, from 0 to s o'clock.
nu-ntf W. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
" TJIE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, ; (J $100 00
. W. P. 1IAL1.1 DAY, President;
A. II. 8AFKOHD, Cashier;
WALTKIt HY.--LOP, A-sisUnt Cashier.l
i-rT Tuun, itoorar II. Ci'nvisuiiam,
Soorr WinrK, W. P. II.ilud.u,
Ci 1:0. 1). Willi immiv, ijtLruKN lliuf,
A. II. HirrouD.
i:cliniiKP, Colli nnil .United States
lloinl lloiiKlit unil Sold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM PERKY HOUSE
LtRICK HUILDING on SEVENTH ST.
OPPOSITE WINTER'S BLOCK,
EK has Rroatly Improved his stock, and h8
now on hand all kinds of
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To tho loMest livuiR llguri's, and ho invites the
patronugu of tho public.
lti:AL LNTATL AtlEN'T.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LXYKE,
Buy and Skll Real Estate,
FURNISH ADSTRACTS OF TITLES
A' I prepare Conveyances oflKindsi
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
The Forty-Third Annual Hessian of t)ie
TJTI "V E S X T IT,
Will iiienoti.MondaySept.4th, "JI
This lit tho only Institution ofLearnidg iulhu
west, having wen established in IS'-J. Thocourso
of studies ullurs every facility for ncuultlpg a
thorouijli 1'i.issieol and Conimcrolal education.
Cal.ilomies coubilnlu inatructlona to. uarents
and fid particulars, "ill "'O sent on apdlrfatlon to
!iv. S, II..',TU."sTUllli:CK,B.,J
Piesldeut, Ht. Louts Unlvorsli
PUBLITO NOTICE. '
Vhere.u, Viliam U. Hurkeaad Kwaoiut'Iliirko
his wife, did 011 the li.'d day or June, A. 1). Isai,
uxivuta their eartalaii'orlKi i-(J.te e trast
to Isliiim N Hnynlu to secure curtain notca tbero
lu mentioned, which deed o(,ttUat,naa duty ac
knowledged and recorded In book "D" panics Wl
iin.l:Ut la tho rnuonlers otBte of Alexander ooui
ty, Illinois. And whero.is, default has been ma i
1 mo p.ymtmi 0: aaiu r r.u',r, tnuru.ole,
nreonla.icu with It 11 n ivl.imw nf .A
and by vlr to Of the pow, rs tl-erelo aiulalnd,1 1
win, 01 i riuay, UHl ll usv 01 aeptemtief, A.I.
Isll.n. the , out door of the court house of At
cxtndcr, cottu -.SUteol Illlno'j', at U o'clock ef
so I day proe d sell the Wowing described
lr petty, situate lying In tl city of Cwlro, to-wit:
lds numbered seven! 'an (17), elghleen (U),
11 1 nvt 1 till) ,,iblock rtfty-tout the aauio
was caused U b idatted ld recorded by Messrs,
Taylor and Davis, the same being described In
Hi'd deed ot trust, for cash in haniito the highest
bidder, and will execute to the nurthusr er pur
chaser n deed for the same.
ELIZAUBT1I C. UAY7JIE,
Administratrix for Isham N. Havnle,
July liltb. 1W1, JjJ0-lJ.
C. W. DUNN1NG,M. D. ,
TjKMlDK.NCI-l-cornorNinlh' and Walnut -I
VjOIIicu comer isixth strwi itftd W""
Ollkcc hours front i a. 111, to II m., an