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joiiin h. oheuijY &,co.,
Cairo llomiAaumf, No. PI. Staled Asai-mlly
nt the A)lnin MaaonM 1111, Aral and H,irdSnU
urdava In each month.
Caiho Cvt'sril, N, 21. logular Ccnvocationat
Mnaonle Hull, tin' ars'oii'l KrtlJ' in each month.
Caibo 'iir-rr b, No. 71 'cjjutor Convocation
at Jlaaonle Hall, on tin- third Tueaday of every
C'Aiao No.iW I-. A A. M Jtf nulur Com,
rniinlcatioh nt taannlc Hall, Inn -i:oi. and
fourth Motidaja ol cacti month.
Hi.ua Ijotiur, No.CO) K, I A. M. Itegulai Com-
rnmiK'Aiinns at itaaonio nan nrai aim third
Thurada) in eaen tnonui
Air.iAMTU 1iMt. Ml. lli-eta In UM Kilkw'a
Hall, in ArUr'a IluiUlng, every Tiiuraaay, ven.
tng, at no cio jar.
(Jovern6r, Jftlin M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty i ,
t-erretary of fclnte, Edward Hummel i
Auditor of Male, C, K. LipplneMt I '
MjilTrnnTri 15. N. HIm i
Hunt. I'uUlc Inatructlon, Newton Ualctntn.
fVusdora Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan,
lt-pri-eritatlvn for the Stale at Larfi Vacancy.,
Itenri'tentativa Thirteenth Diatrlci jonn n.
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSKMRLY.
Hanaton. Jit DiatrlctT. A, K. llolcomb, of
Union, and S.K. Oils-op, of OalUlln.
llM.r, n.Ulivr. ial Inatrlt t II. Walaon Webb.
CUtClIT COUIIT, . , , ,
Jndz6 1. J. Hiker, of Alexander,
matcullnir Attorney- I. P. McCartney, of
Circuit Clerk Jno. Herman. , r
Hherirt-A. H. Irvln.
Win. Martin, Aoaior ane" lVaaarer.
Judge F. Hrosi.
Aasoela'ea-J.E. JleCriteand March'ldon.
Clerk Jacob IJ. Lvnch.
Coroner John 11. Ooman.
M U N I C 1 1 AJ a "GO V E It N M E N T."
Mayor-John M. Lsnaden.
Comptroller K. A llurnelt
Clerk Michael Hcwley.
Police Magiatratea K. Uroaa and U. Wian
CntCtol rollCT U-HrMyei.--
t'ohco ConitaUes John 8li-han, (day), and
Joa. 11. Vilrrnn nl'J.W.'finmner, (night.)
Mayor John M L&Mdin,
Klrat Ward-I'. O.Sdmh.
Sucou l Vfaid C. It. VS orwanl. , ''
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth War J-3. HUuiUTa) lor.
Cityfct-Inline- W. I'. Halliday and I). Hunl
110AHU OF ALIIEUMKN.
FI1UT WAKD-Jm Ueardtu, (
Jimo Wald ti.
THIItD WAl'.U Wrn. fatratton,
FOURTU WAItO-Jie Carroll,;
O. II. e,
Time of Meeting.
The City Conncll meeta In Joint aeaaion on.
Friday ctcnlng iirecedlng the firat Monday of
n iter rovn'U.
The Select Council meeta ou the llrat Wednea.
day and Tliuraday, niter the aecond Monday In
eoasd or AtPIEXtir.
Tho Board of Aldermen moeta cn tho Art
Monday and Tueaday in every month.
COMMITTKES oy TUK COUNCIL.
0)i S(r-Mc!ire, Taylor, Wal.ier, Winter,
Wood and Metcalf,
iramne-Meara. Cunningham, Bcliuh, Kittger
nld, eno and Halliday.
Claimi Meeara. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
lAiu owl ail-JIciart. Carroll, Under and
OrJinanta Meiira.Keoac, Walderan.lTaylor.
Ftrt Arjarmn(-Me8sr. Ileanlen, Kwayne and
Mar kttt-Mecara. Schuh, Winter and Kleb,
lUntino Mcaars.Woodward, Hwnyno and Under.
Hnmtft Meaara. llurd, htratton andMetrall.
JkKinl cf Ihalth Tho Mayor, and Meanra. Hear,
den, Winter, Btratton and OmroU.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a. m., nnd 'U r. x.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at l)i r. u.
Hunday School, 3 r. h, J, M, I.amJun, Super
intendent. Kev. C. II. Foote, Pajter.
iTTUODiaT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Bts.
Preaching, Sabbath 10. a. m., and T r, x.
Prayermteting, Wednfiday, 7; r. h, t
Sunday Bchoal 3 r. m. I.. W. Btllwell, Super-
intendent. Iter. K. L.Tnoxraox, Paator.
Morning praycra, Sabbath 10) a, m.
Erenlng praycrJJ-flp, m,
Sabbkth School, Oa, m.
Rev, Mb, Coin, Rector,
8T. PATKICK'S CIIUKCII-Cor. Ninth St, and
Publlo Serrlcv, Sabbath and 10; a. h.
Veapera, 3 r, x,
Sunday School, 2 p. u,
eerrieo every day,-r.u. -
Itcv. P, J, O'IIalioihk, Priest,
CliniHTIAN Eighteenth atrcet.
Sabbath School; 0i a. m Sabbath.
Preaching, Sabbath 10 a. m ami 7)5 r. .
Kpv, J, Fcioo, Paalor.
MISSION SUNDAY S01I0()I-ln tho Clipftlaj,
Church, Eighteenth Street. Bnbbalh Sonoot 3
J, II. Her.i, Superintendent.
VODNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Heg.
utar meeting aecond Monday each tnonlh at tho
Prayer room of tho Proibytprinu Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7 i m at
tho Prayer room of tho Proibytcrlan church.
U. l'Auao.va, President..
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth SI. between Walnut
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sunday School, 1H '
Preaching, IM r. . Itov. Win. Jackson, Pastor
BECOND FllEE-WILIillAPTIST-I'ifltentl! SI.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Babbulh, Vt nnd'3 r, m.
. ltov. N. Riciu, Uo&lor,
FHEE-WIIil- BAPTIST HOME MISSION SUN.
PAY SCHOOL Corner walnut mid Codar Sts.
Sunday School, 0 a. i.
FIRST FREE WILI, RAPTIST CHURCH-Cur-
Krlc"bUthll a. ., 3 r, m. and VA r. .
Rev. Wm, KeiiKr, Paator,
FIRST MISSIONARY HAPTIST plIUKtJfl Bet
ween 10th and Uth streets neaxOcdar.
Preaching Sabbath 10J4 a. and 7 v. x.
l'rayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening. ,
Sabbath Bohool, Xft r. m. John Xui Baxter and
Mary Btepuent Superintendents,
Itty.T. J, BilgsM, Pastor; ,
Hrporlcd ruprr tally for the Catlr Bail
iuiu in ooin IM :m4dhi at Hi.
THK NEW YORK CITY All.
THORITIES AND THK '
" ' "PKOPLE.
AN ACCOUNT OK TIIEIH STEW
THE IJOUTWELL-PLEASANTO N
THE PRESIDENT ASKS PLEAS-
i.l ANTON T,Q JtliHN.
DEPUTY DOUGLAS THE
ABLE NEXT COMMIS
VOTING POPULATION OF NEW
GREELEY AND THE NEW
YORK CUSTOM HOUSE
u NEW DEPARTURE."
APPOINTMENT OF CHARLES
FRANCIS ADAMS DENIED.
Nkw Yoiik, Auguit 3. Tho Tribune
tfiyi i " I iio prornliod accounu or the
comptroller! offlco will not be diitributed
txlny for publication. Although these
accounU arc printed it Ji said thoy will
bo kent back until rifler'tho first moot lai
cal led for tho purpoio of in vestigatinc tho
alleged swindles and corruption of Tam
many. It nppears that two calls, for pub
lic rnctlai!.luiYQ been circulatoiand onn.
ii denounced by the other as fraudulent
mid designed to divide attention, and to
divide tho forces of thoso who are dfi-
)6cd to bring tho public servant to a
proper account for their stewardship in
the ma.tcr of expending tho peoples'
money. What is claimed bv tho TYilune
mid Tim') ns the trcnuino call is published
thi morning and contains arnoni; othert
of Messrs. Taylor. Marshal Kobcrti. Jno.
Jacob Astor, August Ilolmont ft1 Co..
J. fc W. Scligrann & Co., Howes Jc Macy,
Fisk & Hatch, ltobcrt WInthron Sc. Co..
Henry C'ewcs 6c Co Georce Opdtko &
Co., V .'bora, V -mell' & Co.,
JJaniel ..o.-t.n & Co, 0 aorco V. DIunt
& Co., C nr.: & Dodge, Ji. l). Morcan &
Co Jav Cooko & Co., Morton, Illiss &
Co, John J. Cisco & Co.. Van Valkon-
burg, Hainvs & Co Uoyt, Sprague A Co.,
Low, Harryman & Co., H. H. Claflin &
Co, "W. Henry Smith, and Lord Js Tar-
,Mr. Edwi.i Hoyt, of the flria of Uoyt,
stated to a reporter vesterdav that he wn
callod upon by a person with a call and
expressed himself as anxtcus to join any
well concerted mouure, designed to bring
out tho truth in regard to the charges
against the city official?, and that bo ac
cordingly signed tho paper. Subsequent-
ly no was waned upon by another person
who desired him to sign tho paper pub-
iisncu .jcsieruay. inu uo uocunea
to do, giving as hit reason
for to doing, the fact that a much more
Inrcolv tinned call was in circulation, and
it would be bad policy to divide tho forco
of the movement by holding two meetings
under different auspices. Ho was sur
prised whon he read tho call published yet
tcrday. to find tho list of tinhturos very
different ones from that in which ho had
Joined. His suspicion being nrroused, ho
read tho Ixxiyol the documout ratucr more
llo is disposed to regard tho matter in
tho light of a fraudulent attempt to defeat
tho very purpose for which the meeting
was austentitjie caned.
THK nOUTWELI.PLKASANTON TROUBLES.
A Tribuno Washington correspondent
telegraphed last night that nothing addi.
tionai au ocourod sinco yesterday in
tho Boutwoll-l'lcatanton trouble ; but it
it known that Ocn. Fleaiantoa will 'cato
hit office in a day or two. Tho c'.ianco
would havo been mads soma days aco but
for tho fact that the committoner requited
a short dolay for reasons of hit own. -
THE l'llKSIDBNT ABKi I'LEAHAMTON TO UK-
: eioN. i ,
It is known that tho president decidod
lone aco to mako a chance in that offlco,
and that he,1 yesterday; distinctly asked for
ucn. riessanton's resignation, xno inter,
however, hat frequently asserted thai ha
would reslcD. but sinco the. president has
determined on a 'change it It thought that
ho will reconsider bis desitlon, tr lie hs
not already, dono to. , . '
AC any rate bo it tu bo displaced with
out further dolay,
Secretary Dautwoll stated to.day that
Gen, J'lensanton would retiro in n day or
two, and ir,' .
would SUCCOcd him. but whether as commif .
sioner or ftctlrig cornmiHionor ho did not
Tho friends ofDouirlai. who Inrlnda, the
most oxto'ndcd congressionul.lnflucnco over
united on ft'sinelo candidate, afn flrni in
'their belief that no wlll at onco bo appoint-
uu commiuionor upon mo retirement or
It was thought the ch'ango would bu an
nounced to-day, but' Secretary' Boutwoll
said that no announcement could be au
YOTINO POPULATION QV N 15 W" YORK CITY.
A statement of tho voting population of
Now-York City, according to tho lato cen
sus, has been prepared at tho consus office
in "Washington. Tho totrils aro as follqws :
Native voters, 77,813 ; votors of foreign
birth, 113,200. Of tho lultor C5,U7 aro
Irish; 41,762 Gormansj and 10,008 of other
nationalities. Tho total voting popula
tion of tho city is 181,007.
Tho Bteamer l'arlhla, from Liverpool,
has arrived.' i I
J 1 CONTRAOICTIOrr.' '
A corr noadni of NpvYork
: - - j
tmwrw n-mm hmht lor IM
vmwnm wrutem Atmiuihi agenf) of our
wrt IM MM informed oxprest ti) doubt
tkai tuda t tlsM&ton wm mado on Tucs-
will probably auooeed Frf rau the French
minuter orrorohzn njffalrs. Tho
' ' ' 'cor'kxencc '
of Thiers'. Von Boutt and Granvilfe. m.
terujbly on tboeatUrnuiucstlon, Iv really
to be held in relalion.lb tho Internktionnl
Arrancpicania :4r nrtrn flrrlit Ka.
twaaa AtkW ul CobdrnI to' ioin?- off'
near new urieant, navo not, as 111 lias
been rumored, been completed, but it is
lruuui, mat mo maicn win oo maaojiriu
artlelcn tlgned 'in arrow: day I.
i , .1.., f.
Jtadamo Cnlderon do la Huron i was a
)aasengor on tho J'arthio. which arrived
loro to-doy from Kuropc.
Tlio Toronto Lacrossoclub urrivod hero
OIIKKI.EY AND THE CCWOM IIOUMK "NEW
At a mcetlni! of tho L'nlo ItcDublican
uoncrai uomraiuce to-niglil, a resolution
vras offered by Horaco GreeIo5, and adopt
ed, condemning tho attempt of the stato
central committeo to disorganize tho par
ty, and the constraint put upon their tub
prdi nates, ,by tho dispensing -pf a federal
pntronago in our city, and virtually con
polling them to join in the cu .om "homo
" new departure."
AMIOSJMKHTS Or LAKD ,yAnKAJ.Ts.
Commissioner Gcneial Drummond, of
the land office, hat addressed a letter to
registers and receivers, saying: "Invlow
of the statements that havo reached this
offlca to the eflr -t that assignments are
irequenuy oDtatncd from parties cntitl J
to military bounties and land warran ,
blank as to dato ; in fact, prior to tho isstt
ing of tho warrants: and it havine been
represented that tins prnclico is used to
ino aoirimantoi sucn claimants in induc
ing thorn to repose their rights to dpstgn
ing men for a merely nominal sum; it is
deeoiqd. best to return lo tho original way
of fovorning tho assignments of warrants.
Assignments should bo mado in wholo or
in part upon the back of tho warrant as
signed. .Should it bo found nocossary in
any ceso to writo tho en tiro assignment on
seporate paper, which can only occur!whcn
tho prior assignment has ontirely filled t'ie
blank space, it must bo attached so ,os 'o
show, unmistakeably, that tbo warrant as
signed was in the hands of tho party mak
ing tho assignment. In such cases tho
signature of the fsigneo must bo mrde in
tho presence of tho officer bctoro whom it
is acknowledged who must certify, as in
tho form hcrcaft .- shown, that tho same
was mado in h' presence and that tho
warrant was in .ho possession.. of- tho as
slgnor at that tlmo. It Is not intended,
however, that thcstfreMilations ahnll nnnlv
to cases whero warrants havo heretofore
been approved and which may not havo
DEATH FROM CRUEL TREAT
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
KU-KLUX IN KEN
TUCKY. EMANCIPATION CELEBRATION
DEATH OF THE "OLDEST
. . HABITANT.
Louisville, Auguat 3. Tho coroner
held an inaucst on the bodv of Mrs. (Jrns.
sc, wifo ot Dr. Gros-re, wbqdted.last hight
It appears that Mrs. Grosso had been
beaten and otherwise badly treated by her
husband for some time, which caused her
to givo premature birth to n child a week
L,ast nitht a noiglibor entered tho house
and found Grosso protending to bo in n fit,
and his wife
DEAD IN DEI).
She was romoved to a'bench, when Grosso
took possession of tho body.
Shortly after, during tho absence of tho
neighbor,' ho disappeared, Tbo police aro
In toaroh for him.'
Tho oorOn'crVjury'roturncd n vordlct:
Mrs. Qrosso came' to her death from ill
treatment from her husband during her
confinement. , . ( . ,
Mrs.'Groase Is-said to be from Chicago,
where her mother now resided..
A 'tiro decurred early this'morninc on
Eighth .street, which destroyod Bcvcni
buildings, inciuuing i nomas aicckiio s
belt factory, J, Haro't block and tacklo
factory, McDonourh'a boarding bouso nnd
John Simms' lurabor yard. 1 .Jho amount
of tho loss has not been asccrtninoJ, Tho
Mr. llaro loses fully $25,000.
AFTER TUB KU-KLUX. '
Tho doputy United Slates marshal, John!
"Wvatt, broiicbt in four prisonors to-daV,
frora tho vicinity of tho lato "alleged ku-
klux outraao, ti ,ttoiio county. Among
them was Capt. Bfucoj who is said to bo
by a witness who gavo state's ovidonco re
garding thoku-klux' organlzatib'nt-cap-tain
of ono branch engaged in tho out
M'U..n,l...i .k.,nJ llli .ul.lTMlini.
a whito woman in Powell county, adjoin
ing ustolle, wore also brought In. 'iho
will hove an examination beforo thp Un,
ted States committlonon to-morrow,
of tho negroes la tbo Uritish "West Indies
will bo colobrated to-morrow by tho color
ed population of Now Albany, TnO,, by
a procession, pjcnlc, orations, (U.
diod in Now Albany, Ind.,thls.ovcning. in
tho 84th yoar of hhr ngo. Sho Was bno of
the pioneers. of that placo, having lived
thoro sinco tho year 1800. Sho was tho
first whito, woman married, in what is
known at Clark's grant, and probably
bore thoiWtt whito child born In this, to.
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1871.
' "Ht , ' ' " '
, st. louis.
fBROPvEItTY. OF THE LRON MOUN
TAlN'R. R. TO HE SOLD. .
St. Ijujs, August 3. Tho personrtl
properly of iho Iron Mountain railroad
was siczed bv tho countv collector. Ic-
Ouiro, for non payment of taxes, ' Tho
l'.rPP?lty le?ed eoniist of thirteen loeo
motivoa. wo ineson-'er nnd dno boggiigo
car, and will. o eolt. on Tuesday. Autnut
17th. to Vat' v the djmnncl
i " -
A similar'action in re ntion In Vhh "Ml.t.
ourl nntl 1'aclllc road is delated till tho r.
turn, to Iho'dicyof 1'reslJcdt JJro)vn.
A MUUUEItOtfi ATTACK.
Tho itopul lican 1ms n lottnr f rnrn Pnv-
night of Ju 28th, some unknown person
Went to tho OU'O of Judeo (julhrnlth nnd
fired Sevelul shots into his lir-ilrnnm win.
dow, filling tho bed on which he was sleep
ing with buckshot, nono of which, howev
er, took effect on tho Judge.
It is supposed tho nffalr trruw nut of tlm
fact that the deputy sheriff had been com
mitted to jail by Judge Oalbrnith for con
tempt of court in refusing to produco cer
tain books of tho county, in order to ef
fectively enable a thorough cxnniinatlou
into tho affairs of tho county, which tho
court had ordered,
. . . Til K DKAII
of Mrs. Lorcnig, ind her ehild,ivo
old, wcro found just outside of tht
of Lavlgne, Knnsns, on Julv 29th.
it appears tho child had been vi y sick
and tho mother hadbeco nodernrigi from
nnxioty and cure, In wn'ching it.
On tho morniUL' named sho look tlm
child and left tbo house, and somo hours
niiur wr xounu in woods skirtlnc tho
I .3 1. 1. . .1 . , .....
wwn. aua nnu cuoaKeu iho cinid oy cram
mine rags down iU throat and killed her.
sea by tying a rag so tightlv nro id he
own ncc ns to stranglq iicr.
' ' ! -rri'J
Cincinnati. AucustS. Tho offiVn'ri'nf
tho Cincinnati. Hamilton. Da vton. uml
Indianapolis Junction railroads have,
with tho concurrence of their anvemi
and respective boards, concluded a con-
tract, w.Vjb, when ratified bv tho stock
holders, w 1 givo tho 0. II. & U. comploto
vouiiu, n iiiu ro:iu. nineiv miles In
length to ho Indiunap jlls Junction. Tho
equipments of tho road aro estimated nt
aoo,OW. It U incumbered by tho flrat
mortgago for $1,200,00 ; by the second lor
iw,w uy uto xmru'vet. u-io issued for
S00,O0O. It has about $1,000,000 fioatln"
dobt nnd has issuod over S..O0O.O(in nm
ferred stock. Tho ' ontract provides that
mo junction ror tnait tr.instcr to the C
ji. x ij, (i absolute owners,
n majority or its common
ItOCk. and 5505.000 of nrnforrml cl.
thus giving tho 0., H. and D. road control"
oi tuo organization nnd its property, nnd
cnamiug it io operato tuo Junction road
in connection with their own. Tho U, H.
anu u. road advances its notes for 5500,
000, payable in equal yearly installments ;
the last falling duo in flvo years, and bear
ing 7 per cent, interest us a loan ; with
which assistance tho Junction company
will retiro and extinguish their cctlro
floating debt beforo tho contract takes ef
fect. This loan Is .to bo pnld, principal
and interest, from tho road's net earnings.
Aftur tho payment of tho flnt and
second mortgago oonds, tho entiro issue of
tho third mortgago bonds is to pass into
tho hands of tho C. II. & 1). company a
collateral security. Tho coupons on
$600,000 of tho second mnrtgngo bonds, up
to and including September 1st, 1874, aro
lo bo cancelled so that until Maach 1st,
1875, no payments on account of interest
on bonds will hava to bo mado bevond
598,000 yearly, Tho C. II . & 1). company
in no way nisumc3 any liability of tho
Junction road, or giirrnntees tho paymont
o; any ot im oujig.v ons, principal or in
terest. This nrrongjment consum nnted gives
another continuous lino from Cincinnati
OFF FOR NKW YORK.
Two hundred porsons loft horo to-night
over tho Erio (or New York to tnko
part in the Turner' mooting. Many of
thorn wcro om Lou'svilli?. Fivo hun
dred tickets nave been sold hero for tho
ROW IN THE RADICAL HOUSE
HOLD. DESPERADO SHOT.
New Orleans, August 3. It is be
lieved that tho convention, which mnots
ihoroon the 'Jib; Inst.: will. bp govotn by
wiu most outer icciing, o- tiio urea i be
tween tho lenders and partisans if tho
Dunn and 'Warmouth fixations trowj nioro
hostilo as tho event approaches, lloth
parties contomplato vlo'onco and fraud.
Tho bolting of ono of tho factions is con
l'olioeinun Umisot, of tho seventh pro
clnct; whllo -walking his boit at 2 o dock,
this morning, wn' shot and probably fa
tally wounded by two men, supposed to bo
burglars. No arron was mado.
Arthur Gunrino. n wnll.knnwn dnsnanito
cliaructer of this city, whilo cro'ttlng a dis-
luiuauiu in inu criminal court, was or
dorcd out by.thejudgo. Whilo being re
moved ho was shot by tho chief doputy
shorlflVJamos JXJIouston, who iinmodi
atoly surrendered and was jailod, , In 1808
Guerlno killed a colored man in the French
streot mrrkn; nnd in 1800 killed a spoclitl
ELECTION OF A DEMOCRATIC
Ciiahlesto.v, S. 0., August 3, Tho
oleetion of Gen, Wagucr, as mayor, on tlio
whito citUoiis' tlckot is now conceded by
a majority of nbout 000.
London, Augusts. Tlio Uritish chargo
do ulluirs at Lohraii, telegraphs to tho
lu.uiuii uiuuu viai mo latnino in l'orsia is
over out that provisions are still at nn ex
It nppoars to-day that tho result of the
last night on tho Metropolitan under
ground railroad, was nt first irrenllv exnir.
goratod. Only throo porsons wcro injured,
w..v VMWJ UUW B1II7I11IV.
took iho lint prizo at the Cowcs rozeltn.
l'AIUS Augiut.1 Tlio agitation in the
continue, but tho numerous chief of in
lurgcnts of IiOtlf havo given In (heir sub
tn'asion to the authorities.
Florence, August a. Tho Uritish iron
clad frigate, Warrior, nnd an American
frig.tto aro ashoro near Leghorn.
WILMINGTON, N. 0.
THE VOTE ON THE CONSTITU
CONVENTION CALLED BY A
'Wilmington, August 3. Election re
turns recoiv I up to It! o'clock t nicht
indicuto that tho" convention is call' I by a
At Raleigh tho convention gained over
300 votes on tho lrst election. Tho Star
estimate.' that the convention is called by
r. aa i . .. -
Tho voto in this city on tho convention
gives a majority against it of 973, n con
servative gain of 21.
Halifax county polled a largo vote, with
but littlo cbnngo from last year.
WHIPPLE AND THE
Little Rock, Ark., Au-ust 3. Col.
Whipple, tho suspended United State
judge, who recently returned from "Wash
ington, autnori7.es tho contradiction of tho
statement that ho has been summoned be
foro tho ku-klux committee. Ho had no
idea, till his roturn, that his testimony was
deslied by tho committeo. Ho hns writ
ten to tho committeo to inform them of
hi readiness to appear boforo them at any
tlmo. Gen. Catterson, tho suspended Uni
ted States marshal, who is now in tho oust,
would promptly respond to a similar
MURDER AT BHAIDWOOD, ILL
Ciuc.ujo, August 3. On Tuesday even
ing, at Rraidwood in this slnto n young
inuii about thirty years of n?o was mur
dered by a mnn named Miko Sullivan.
Uoth woro minors In the diamond mine.
DESTRUCTION OF A LUMBER
WAREHOUSE BY FIRE.
Uohtox, August a. Tho flro in cast
Ijoston last night resulted In tho destruc
tion of tho lumber wnrohouo owned and
occupied by John Vf. J. Rail. Tho loss is
ostlniatod ot $25,000. Tho insuranco is
$10,000. Tho Lyman school houso was
unmaged about 5.000, but it is insured.
HORATIO WARD DONA
Rath, Me., August 3. Charles lMvon
port arrived homo this uvenltirr with Sly..
oOo in railroad and othor bonds, being tho
portion allotted to tho orphan's homo of
this city undor tho will of tho Into Horatio
COMMISSIO.-S AXIS I'OUtVAllllLVO,
W. Btratton. T. Hlrd.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Succesaora toSlru'.ton, Hudson A Clark.)
COM MISSION M HROIIA N TS,
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois.
taf-Agents of American Powder Co,, nnd man.
faetutcra uKonts for eoltonyarn. J)7iltf
.101IN 1). PIIILLIS,
(Siiccensor to Parker & Phllli,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran,
Colt. TENT1I-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
H kw Orleans, August 3. ;
?M'?nu-Sc.ftt,oi XXX. S7.00a7.50.
cuit.-N hasicr-mWod, 70os wfilto, 71
-Limited demand; now, "G("7)!i7c.
-Higher and dull at $35.
il RAN Advanced lo $1.15.
PORK Dull: S15.00n-kod t
-Dull nt 7jc; rib, OJ-sj tV ,
SUGAR Quiet, with n full sunniv . 1
a fair demand at 12c.
WHISKY Q lict at 92cQ$1.02j.
CniCAOO, August 3.
FLOUR Dull nnd nominally unclinng.
WHEAT Active, irregular, unscltlc I,
but hlclior and firmer. Closed nt Si.oa
for cash or 99a99j se'ler Augur.
CORN Steady at 131c for cash ; -IL'Ja
1,1 toller Auci .: Ani seller SenlomW
rejected, tic bid.
OA is Hrmcr. Closed stead v at :iO-.t
301 for cash or seller September.
RYE Firm at 53c cash.
BARLEY Stronc and hlcher. 031a
C4c seller September.
PROVISIONS Dull and heavv.
WHISK a Dull and nominalU-lower
St. Louis. August 3.
WHEAT Steady. No. 3 rod in elevo-
tyUi. i' inner, in lulk mixed,
OATS Low at S2a33c
FORK Nominal at SI Jjobbing
UACON Easior for jobbing nnd ordor
FLOUR IO.1IC0 lower.
AVHEAT Irregular. No. 2 nominul nt
CORN Steady at C5a 051c.
OATS Dull and lowqr. Old 53aG0j
FORK Strong nt SI3.S7L
LARD Dull at lOlalOJc"
Cincinnati, August 3.
FLOUR L.wcr, family $o.30a$5.50.
WHEAT Lower, red $1.08aS1.10.
CORN Dull at 51a52.
OATS 30a 10, lalte-rato for white.
RYE Firmor, fal at 05n07.
COTTON Dull . d prices nominal,
mlddlln s 191.
Will. KEY Dec", nod to 92.
MESb FORK Dull and lowor, city
sold nt $12.05.
LARD Dull and nominal at 12.
HULK MEATS Dull nt 4aCl, No
UACON Easier, salt of shouldors to
como out of smoke C, c'i r ribs and clear
sides 7n8. Thcro is onsiderablo pres
suro to sell all urticl in tlio provion
11UTTE11 Unchanged at 17n22.
CHEESE Deelinod to 9a9J.
EGGS Scarco and firm at 13.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEES I3ST XiIIkOTE
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner I'.lnlilh St reel ami Ohio Lev I
No. 80 OJiio Levee,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
II . M. II U L EN,
G ROCER and CONFECTION
No. 13-t Coimnerciiil-ave.,
MILLER Si PARKER,
FORWARDING M EROHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, J lay, etc.
58 Ohio Lkvke, CAIRO, ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to V, II. Hendrlcka A Co.,)
Of2p:j'''1,,'ral Advances mado llpon-w
y3i Conalgninonla. 3W
Are prepared to receive, atoro and orwnrd
freighta to all polntaand buy and
sell on commission,
MTUiisIueiis attended to piomplly.
m.Mrr, nurtD, prc.i.icnt:
llOIHUtT W. MILLKK, Vlco-l'reslJentj
C..V. IHJdllES, Cashier.
EM.In.S.'!5:.H,lnl ,m,,k nnU" nnJ United
Statoj secnnilea iiought and aold.
liiU rost Alloweq Tlmn nepoMU. v
I'lmrlrrril .Unroll M, ISCff.
CITY IXATIONAL RANK, CAIRC?.
A. rt.HWFonD. rrealitcnti
W. lntfLOl', Secretary and Treasurer.
P. V. mitn.AV, Cilia. Cid.MlltB,
F. JI.HiochrLr.nl, I'aii. O. Sciaii,
It. M. Cl-SMMJIUM, W. I'. llAltlDAr,
J. M, Pintltr.
Deposits of nny Auiniiiit Itrrelvcl from
Ton onls 1'iiit urls.
INTEKKJT paid on ilepoaila at the ratool six
Jierccnt. per annum, ilnrch HI and Septem
ber 1st, Jntnreatnol witlidrawn H added iinine
djately to tho principal of tho ilcpoalta, thereby
glvlnir them compound interest.
married women and children jrAY
ao that .no o'tr. rirr. ca.v draw it.
Open otory hiiafneaa inrfrom 9 a.m. In a n.m..
and tfatunlnT erenmu ior HAVINO DRPn-ttTs
only, from C to 8 o'clock.
aii'-nti w. 11TSL01", Treaaurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY, Prealdent;
A. II. 8AFKOHD, Cashier; ,
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cihier.
OCO. I). WlLtlAMSOV,
IMDCIIT U. ClMXGIIAM,
W. V. HALllHAr,
llxclinngo, Coin nnd VuIIcaI NtatcHl
Ilouil llotiKlit nnd Sold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, lteop constantly on hand a moat com
plete atnek of
SCOTCU AND IU1SU VI!iKlE3
G 1 N 8 1
Port, Mnderia, Sherry and Catawba Winea
SMYTH .t CO. aell exeluslrely for eash.lo
uluch fact thev mvltu tho oDocial atten
tion of close bargim buyer.
Special attention given to Filling Orders',
IIOOTM A.VU NUOE8.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
lletueoti Washington Avenu? and Poplar Street,
Hoots and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine. Workvien Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOF SKIRT FACTORY
aotr. Antcv roit
ROOTS AND SHOES
ConitiioroLiI Avoiuio, Curlier of Eight!
I'ARTKJULAll ATrKNTIO.V PAID TO ALL OR
DERS VOll IIOOl'SKIKTS AND SHOES,
Whercaa. WltlUm ininau.n.i .......
.... , ,.,.w.ttt B as it a as, u mil IWBUIUllt lllirlCO
liia wife, did on the aid day of June, A. I), IMX)
uxeeuta their certain mortcauo or dUlni i,.,.!
to tanam N.Haynletoaeciirecortaln notes thare
iu mentioned, which deed of trust was duly ka!
know edged and recorded lnbook"l)"paie33:i
'tl imn'iu' ai0'0" 0lUi:.0 -of Alexander coun
IX'.LI AV i'rcr?14S' J ault been ma.le
In the payment of ald notes. Now, Uiorcfori).
In accordance with tho v-oviatons of aal.l deed
and by Wrtuo of the powers therein eouulned, I
w'J ' ? .''i" 1,10 lsl JV o' Ptember, A. 1).
1H71, at thu front door ofe court Mum or Al
exander county, SUtaot llllnola.afJ o'clock of
nald day proceed to sell the following decrlbd
pcoperty. situate, lying llthetitvof CKlro, lo-wlt!
It numbered aeventeen (17), eighteen (U),
aliietaen tun lnblcknfty.lour (61), ( Is tp. aim,
was cawed to be platted and recordedby Meaara,
Taylor and ttl, lh lame. Ulug Jrtbd In
aald deed ol trust, for cull in hamf to the higheal
bidder, and mil UMUta to the pufehaw or pur.
. , KHZAIIETU C. 1IAV1K,
. .v Administratrix fsr lahamN. Hrnle,
, Jttly 'MU. 1JIU yWtd.
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