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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
t' KE3B YTERI AN Eifctli fltreel.
I'ri'l'lllll. MtllllHtll HI 1JJ R.IU. SDU74 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 74 p. iu.
4abbalb Behoof, 3 p.m. J. M. Lausdrn, .u
pcrliu.mleiit. Kkv. II. TiiaykI!, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth end Walnut Bt.
Preaching, sahlialli at Ms a.m.. and 7 p. ru
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Malil.nlli Hclioo!. 8. p.m. I.. W. Htlllwoll,
suptrlntcmini. Hkv. F. L. Tikimi-kon,
CHURCH OF TUB UEIEF.Mi:it-Kpl-co-pal.)
MornltiK prayers. Sabbath 114 a.m.
Evenimr prayer'. 7 p.m.
Sabbath .-chool. P a.ui. 1
HKV. r,. ' oaji 1 itecior.
T. PATHIOK'h liU'Ktll-Mnlli .It. ami
P ulillc ct Ice, Sabbath 0:1 1 -lixl IP a.m.
Vesper, 7 p.m.
nablialh School, '2 p.m.
Mcnire every ln . n.m,
Hkv. P. .' o'Hai.i.ihu.n, Filet.
."T. JOSEPH';- t ill Ht II. ((irinirn,; or.
111 r nl W11ut and f ro street.
Jl", 11 cry .iililiutli at III o'clock n. 111.
eirs. t 11. 111.
Mil- during u t'.jk I a . n o'clock a. 111.
Kkv. t . Huffman, Prlc-t,
'iKRMAN LUTHERAN CIILRCII-l.'Mli
street between alilui;1oii Alunue ami
Preaching .Mliida) inorniiii: at 10 o'clock,
."ibbath f-chonl at 2 o'clock p.m. J
Kkv. 1 . liuMiBCUMtu, l'a-tor.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA- '
HON. Regular meeting second Monday
each mouth at their room oicr Rockwell
A: Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prairr meeting, Friday, 74 p.m. at
I.. W. fcTii.LWKLL, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
t HUH(. IL-ConicrSjiMiinore and Forty
tint MncK Preaching nabbjth at II
o'clock u. 111. ami .1 o'clock p. tu.
Slllol.iv School 1 o'clock u. 111.
Tlie church li connected with the Illlnnl
Attoclutloti, by the KlrM MIrion:irj Hap- ,
i,uiircii 01 lairo. I
ItKV. SoUMON I.KO.VAKD, VfU)T. ,
AFK1CAX MCTHODIST. Fourteenth, b
tween Walnut and Cedar. 1
Service, sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sfthbath School. 1) p.m.
Clu meetH at 1 p.m.
eKCOSl) FKKB WII.I, IIAI'TIST'-Flf- I
Veeuth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
senicet Sabbath, li und 3 p. m. .
IlEV. N. ItlUKH, l'antor.
FKKB WIIX HAPT1ST HO.MK MISSION
SAIIKATH bC'HOOL. Corner ainiu
and Cedar Street'.
Sabbath School, it .m.
FIllaT Kit KB WILL HAI'TIST CHUKCll
Srnfce, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. A .4p.ni.
ItKV. A'M. KKilKY, I'aatur.
FIKST MIS5IONAKY 1IA11IST CHUHCIL
-Cedar, betweH Ninth Hid Tenth fct.
I'reachinK Stbbalh, lu) a,m. and TJ p.m.
l'ruyer netili(t. Wedi.eiday eveulnt;.
l'reacU'iik'. Friday eveuili.,'.
Sabb.th school. H u.m. John anUaxter
ItKV. t. J. shokkh, lator.
3BCONU HAI'TIST CHUllCII Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar fcnd Walnut. The
only llapUtt church recognized by the Au
tomation. rvicea, ?auuaiu, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. anl T
Hrv. Jacob IIUAHLKV, Klder.
0A1IIO COM.MANUBKV, No. n.-Mtted
Aeuibly at tlie Anylum Manotilc Hall, tlrt
and third Motidaya lu each mouth.
JAlltO COUNCIL, No.t.-lteulirConyo.
eatlou at Manonlc Hall, the eecoud r nday
in each month.
CAIKO CHAl'TER No. Tl.-ltepu ar Con-
vocutlon at Muoniu Hall, on the third
Tue.day ol ever)' month,
SA1HO LOUUB, No.'ia7 F.4 A. M.-Kejru-
lar Commuiilcatlotn at Manonlc Hall, the
ecoud and fourth Mondays of each month.
A.LF.XANDBU LOUOE, t-Meeti lu Odd-
Fellow.' Hull, in Arter'a bulldluif, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oincnior John I., lleveridgo.
Secretary of Stato-Ocorge H.Harlow.
Auditor of Stute-C. B. l.lpplncott.
SUte TreaHiircr Oanpur K"". ,
Attorncv Ueiicral .lames K. Kd.iill.
Supt. Public Im-tructlon-Newtoii Hateiiiau
Seliatora-Kli hard .1. Ogle.by and Johu A.
IvcpresenUtlve Klubteenth DlMrlct-l-nce
MB.MUBKS OENKHAL ASSBMHLY.
KcprceutatheH In tho. WJth .l.fkt.
John ill. Obrrly, YlU. A. Lemma and Math-
tiMtorfoMhc With (IMrirt.-Je-'C Ware.
Jude-D. J. Maker, of Alexander.
Statu Attorney Patrick II. I'ope.
ClcrU-K. 8. Yociim.
Sheriff A. 1L lrvln.
Win. Martin Awcor and 1 reaurer.
Judge F. BroM.
Aaoclat-J. B. McCrite and P. Marelill-
Clerk Jacob n. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uoman.
Mayor lohn Wood.
Treiiiircr 11. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller B. II. FallN.
Clerk Michael llowley.
Attornev II. WatMin Webii.
Polirc Magistrate, F. llrow- and .1. .1.
" Marshal and Chief of Foil Win. MM laic.
Street Coiiinil"ioHcr I). .1. Ualllgau.
Heultli Ollleer W, Woolen,
Melilber-. Police Force A. Coin larxent,
F. Whiteamp. Phillip IUI111, Cbn. Mcliner
nnd i'-A. Coiiant.
BOAHII OK AI.Iir.HMRN.
Flint ward -Hiram lllxby and .1, M,
' second ward-Herman Mcyorb and Wood
Third wardr'lolili MoKwcn and F,
Fourth ward 0.
F. Nellis nnd
MFMH wlird-Jno. 11. Hoblnson and Wm
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
putt, BB". HMO""1'
lad the o.Ubratd UlumlsUlM
BR0V WOILDIR,, 00 iltB ft. c0M
THE I'IMIil KENT IN W.ASII INU-
TON AO A IN.
'U.M IM.ATKD KXK.M'TIVH
Hral.Vi&S TO UK IMS
P).EI OK AT
KKLLOttC'H ASSAILANT SL'lt-
THE M K PROPOLITANrs AT ST.
.M A K I I NSVI LLE HE I NO RE
I it II I. A N (J F. M YSTEHIOUSLY
lit I'KKXIOK.NT AT HOME.
W ah 11 1 sr. ton, .May 0. The prciiderit
retuniwlto tl.l. olty thlt evening, and
went iiiimwliatcly to thoeioculivo mail'
ion, whero very toon aftor hit atrlval he
wm visited by tevcral gentlemen, In
cJudini; Oen. Sherman, Secretary Kichard.
on, Attorney Oeneral Willinnii, General
Lruwell, Secretary of dtate Fiih, and
Secmtnry llobeson. The object of the
wa! lirniilv to nar thuir
rcfpects HDd welcomo the president home.
The preiWeut will rofumo the routine, ol
official buiinesi In tho executive office to
morrow, and much work of that character
Is to be diipoied ol. Tho appointments to
our diplomatic millions to .lapan and
Kuuia will probably be made before the
preiduut leaves the city on bis visit to
Connecticut. The president will attend
tho funeral serrices of the lnte Chief Jut
ties Cbaje in this city Monday afternoon.
UK IH.ANC UKeAMFKll.
Nr.w Oiilkan!.. May 9. Tho Picay
une's Xew Iberia special says Col. Ue
Ulanchut abandoned bis camp at Four
nits and myiteriously disappeared, to the
great consternation of Usdger, who has
mounted nil the men be could, and sta-
tloned detachments in different portions
of the surrounding country. Forty-flve
mounted Metropolitans are expected here
to.niubt via Franklin.
THK NKWr.L'.S'DLA.VIl TKLKUKAMI.
New Yokk, May 9. In reference to
the recent strtement that the Newfound-
' land government possesses the right to
I claim pot?e(ion of the Newfoundland
telegraph lino next year, it is ascertained
that by K-gliUtloii three years subsequent
to tho granting of the original charter in
1S-j4, the colonial party gave permission
for tbo consolidation of the Newfoundland
company wilt the Atlantic Cable compa
ny. This action it is ascertained on high
legal authority in Knglund, overrides tho
right of purchate through arbitration.
T.0W T. MAHTIJ.SVIU.E.
New Ohi-kaN", May 9. A special
from New I term says Col. Badger still
I has full poiiuiiiou of St. Martinsville,
I and the citirun seem afraid to make an
I attack there on account of their families
j and property. lUinforcementi for the
Metropolitan, are coming up now from
below, cavalry by road and United States
troop by boat. The town
Is deserted, all store are
closed, and only two or thre mon aro to
bo scon about the streeti. The women
and children, of courso, remain. It is re
liably stated that 0n. James Longstreet,
commanding tho militia of lbs parish, de
clined to take command of the Metropoli
tan brigide unlet glvon a carto blanche
to proooed in tbo ntl'al- according to his
own discretion, and alio to be backed by
United State troopi, aol no state troopr
Mr. Charles H llily mrrendored him
self to-day and, waiving an examination,
was ont for trial before tbo flrM, district
A-SlBTA.Sr HKf'KKTAUY COWAN.
Waihi-noto, May 0. (Jon. Cowan, as
nistant iiecretary of tho interior, loft last
niclil for California, mono of thooomrais-
Moneti under act of congress patted last
sosion, providing for tho sale of surplus
and in Round vHlloy, an Indian rcsotva-
lion, ami to np,iraiu the value of settlors'
mprovemunU, and doslgnato what lands
totho north of tho proteut reservation be
reserved in lieu of n portion of tho reser
vation which is to bo sold to settlers.
New OitLKA.sf', May 0. In tho cbargo
against Rally for assault with Intent to
kill Gov. Kellogg, Mr. Rally Bled nil ro-
cngul.anco in $5,000. Mr. Rally denied
tho asfnull, but admitted tho Insult of.
fnred lo Gov. KnllocL'.
ST I 'ART
A JAR IN THK IMPERIAL FAMILY
A t.ITTLK HOW.
London, May 0,a sprclal dispatch to
tho Standard from Vionna Rlatei that
serious difforeneo has arisen botwoen Arch
uuico Ubarlea Louis, the patron and Bar
on Schwartt superintcndenl of tho ITni,
versal Exposition, in conseijuenoe of the
backwardness of rra.nitomenti. Tha em.
I peror ildlcg with n, Utonv Arch Dike
Charles lias taken umbrage and left Vlnti-
Vienna, Mi.y There Ns n wllil
paule on bourse to-Jay, caused by ttir
failure of lend 1 11 1 tlrni, which llirnw n
lijo fkinoiint of stock on tie market. Si
great w a tlin xcllemefit that Iuinen wai
lwpoilbl.', S ecalaluM have pi-tliloncd
tbo Koverninmit to iuipini trabnctluin
for SBVornl dtj, and ndont tnia.iire of,'
I.ovno.v, May !. John S iihtt Mill
'lied at Avalgnon, France. Thu intclli-
Konrflrearhcd hnr at 2 o'clock tliit after
I.OMx).y, .My it.-It U rnportwl llmt
the .Spinlih ininiitor to Uront llrltatu
madn adomabd on Kurl (5rnlll for the
proecutlnn of the lmdon Oarll't com-niilti-e,
which U Millcitlng fund to aid the
cauoof Dm Carlo. A dMpat'di frnm
I.libon my a number of Carllt took
pmu'oon the M,pamor which Milled from
tlmrpfor Liverpool to-dhy.
THK CAUSES OK THE DEATH
OF CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE
KLOCJTKNTTKI IIL'TBTO HIS .Ml'. il-
KV JIY KKVKKDY JOHNSON.
run rAt'ur.a ofciiask's ukami.
Skw York, May n. Dr. Ferry savj
tbo flrstcause of Judge cv.,0'g (catij wa,
the rupture of ono of tho corobra. .fiore.
a violent rmh or moou burrowing, as
were, through the lfturo and substance
of tho brain, and paralysis of tho left sido
followed. During the last twolvo hours
of his life thcro was no evidence of vi
tality, except laborod breath
ing. Dr. Ferry raid from
all by could leiun Vhnte was
quietly sleeping whon tho blood vessel
burst, and (loading the brain, the patient
bad sligh. convuliioni during tho dav,
but thoy gradually grow more feeblo.
Dr. Mctcalf said tho brain was torrlbly
bruited by the bursting of tbo blood ve.
tel. The Immodlate causo of death was
compression of thu brain. Dr. Clark af
ter describing the judge 1 condition whon
be first saw him, alter tbo attack, nid bo
suffered no pain, and died oasy.
HONOR TO HIS MEMORY.
Baltimore, May '.). Tho bench and
bar of this city held a mooting t D-d ay, In
respect to tbo memory of Chief Justice
Chase. Iteverdy Johnson paid an elo
quent tribute to tho cbaractor and public
services of the deceased, as tho worthy
and honored succossor ol John Marshall
and Roger R, Taney. During hli speech,
Mr. Johnson rovlowed the opinions of tho
cblof Justice In snmo of tho most impor
tant cases decided by the supreme court.
Appropriate resolutions wore adopted
which will benpread upon the records of
the courts of tho city, and forwardod to
the family of the deceased.
L'HE MUSICAL FESTIVAL
CINCINNATI A GRAND
CHICAGO MA KIN l'KEr A RA
TIONS i-Olt uiturti
THE MUSICAL VEKTIVAI..
Cincinnati, May !. Yesterday In one
sante was the great day of the musical fes-
val, Inasmuch as tho interest was con-
Cdntratod upon two tilings, the choral
nging of tha public schools and the ad
mirable rendering of tho ninth symphony,
culminating In a spontaneous and splen
did oration to Thoodore Thomas. Rut in
tho number of attractions, tho onthusi-
am and attendance to-day has oxcolled
any preceding day. About flvo
tbouand persons attcnr'ol the
matinoo, wbilo in the houso to-night
000 persons are gathered, cac. with
pparently increasing Interest in tho
great musical evont. At n ocioca to.
Ight tho houso boing Ullod, the executive
committee declined to soil furlbor tickets,
and closed tho doors against 1,000 porsons
who sought entrance. The afternoon
was given up largoly to orchcsttal music,
intorspcrsed with solos and diots from
Miss Curcy and Messrs. Ridolphson,
Varley nnd Whitney.
(IIIANU CONCERT IN CHICiCO.
Chicago, -Moy 0. Tho Qrsl weuk In
luno has bocn Hied upon for a serlos of
grand Jubllno concerts in tho treat 'pass
oigor house of the Mlchlgai Southorn
railway, whloh accommodates (0,000 per
sons. Gilmore will lead a monitor orchei-
tr. All tho railroads centring horo havo
givon oxcursion rates. The conctrt is to
tako place Juneo nnd , and Iri tin ovon-
Ing of tholattor uaya grand jubilee ball
at the Pacific hotel will vloso the foslivi
ties OKN. CANIlY'f IIEUALVh.
Wasiiisuton, May 'J. Gen. Sherman
rocolved tho following dispatch last night:
Portland, Obkoon, May 8.
Gen.Shorman, Wushington City:
Mrs.Canby Is vory feoblo and basnot
jet left hor room, Sbo leavos on tho noxt
steamer for San Franeiseo, with Capt.
Hawkins and Gon. Cunby'i retnrlns. Tho
remains will bo Interred at Indianapolis.
Mrs. Canby 111 then go with Capt. Haw
kins to Detroit.
Signed, 1 R.Saxton
1 Deputy QuTtrmastr Gensjrtl.
COR. 12TH STBBT
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. S AT Ml) A V.
TWO, JVH'UDKUKIiiH . MSAIMI'
AN OI l'K.'lUDUIMNO
Til Kf If TRIAL.
I'll I.SON Hit KNDK A VOIMNG
TO8TAKVB IILMSKLK TO
HT(iKK Nor TO It K UKtiKN
I U'l'I.K STKAMNOOX THK .MK..
IOAN I KUNTIKH.
MKI.BK IN A MUIIDER TRIAL.
IIai.timukk, May !. On tho night of
Jximnry 'J Lit, .Mr. Mary Ann Lamp-l-y
w mnrilor,'d in thin city, ami her
house robbed of siveral liutidred dollars.
during the alfoncoof bur liuband. Somo
tlmn after Johua Nicholson, who mrrrled
a granddaughter of Mr. Lsmpley, anl
Thin. Wliallen, Alius Ilultnhan, wero nr
roted charged wltii the nr.irder, and In
dictod. Tho case was remove! to tho cir
cuit court of Anne Arundel, and tho trial
bgan at Annapolis Wednesday lint, and
the evidence for the statu and defence wns
concluded yeterdty afternoon. Duing
tlie trial, IK-puty Marshal Kruy and Chlol
Detective Friono of this city testified ro
lativo to a confession of the murder mado
by tho prisoners. A spesial to the
American from Annapolis this morning
save, when thu cull of W ballon whs cn-
'd It wa found bo uau
workel - ouiii ici. He
was brought to court with Nicholson,
nnd tbd trial proceeding, the stale attor
ney making his closing argument, when
Iloilahan sprang from the box, and rushing
at Deputy Marshall Frey, struck him vio
lently over tho head with it heavy piece
of iron wrapped In a stocking. Nichol
son sprang out of tlin box and
rushed toward Frey, whon a me
lee onsucd. The scene was fearful
and exciting. Detectives Porter and
Shaffer rushed to the rescue ol Marshal
Frey, to, protect him from the attack, and
capture the two criminal. Hollohan was
struck on tho bead nnd badly cut, the
blood streaming over bis face. Marshal
Froy, although badly injured, was able to
assist in -ubduing the prisoners, both of
whom wcro soon overcome and hnnd-
ouffrtd. Afior lL oxctlemuul aubtljud llio
trial of the case was yirocwdcd with and
given to tho jury nt ono o'clock, who soon
returned with a verdict of guilty of mur
dir in the tirst degree.
cattle ste.v I.MI
Umnv.s-sx ILI.K, Texas, May Yester
day morning a party of about 20 men,
armed with Vincllester rihV", drove a
large lot of stolen cattle ncroi the Rio
Grande into Mexico, 15 miles bolow this
citv. While tho animals were fording
tbo rivor, a farmor near by, went to seo
j what was going on, when ono of tbo
I thieves levelled bis gun at him, ordering
I him back to his home. A messengor was
dispatched to Fort Drown, and a party of
cavalry started in pursuit, reaching tho
crossing an hour after tho last of tho cat
tle bad crossed Into Mexico. Tho cavalry
in this instance uroi every effort to over
take the thieve, but without success.
WANT!" TO aTAltVK.
Mokritown, N. Y., May 11. Luslgne,
the murderer, refusos to take food nnd if
trying to starve himsolf to doath before
Tho judgo of tho supremo court, general
torm, who denied Stokes' motion for a now
trial, will not resontonco him pending tlie
decision to the court of appeals, to which
his ca.n has been taken.
STEAMER WM. CO WEN III' RN ED 1
NEAR GRAND TOWER.
(Special DNpalchto tlie Bulletin
8TKAM 1IOAT Ill'Nnil.
Grand Tower, May 9. Tho steamer
William Cowen wns discovered to to on
flrons she was noaring this port to-day.
Hor lmrgos wero cut loose, and thereby
saved. A small stoitmer, tho Little Jim,
towed hor bull over to tho Island, where it
is still burning. No lives wore lost.
Wammnoton, M'y '. Probabilities
For Gulf states northerly and northwest-
1 I . In.,..,. I.i..,..n. ..I
er.y .,., ...... ""r"'""- " ,
woathor and rain, tor South Atlantic
states partly ciouuy weatiier, wmi posu-
bly rain, outhwetorly to nortliwcsterly
winds and increasing pressure. For tho
Northwost and thence to Kansis, Mis
souri and Tcnnosseo northwesterly winds,
lowor tomporaturo, pirlly cloudy and
cloarlng westhor. For tlin Ohio valley
and northwe?tward to Upper Lukes gen
erally cloudy weather, occasional rain,
olearinganJ colder to-morrow, with north
westorly windr. For Lower Lakes and
Middle statos, lower pressure, oceisiotial
rain and cloudy weather soul h and wust
of Pennsylvania. For Canada and Now
England tailing barometor, eusterly and.
southerly winds, cloudy and rainy weather
New York, May u.Flnunclal art.ilr- dull(
Mouey easy nt 3('i7 per emit; eloping with
free offera at 8tl Storlliij- sleady, xji
for sixty days, and U'iJ " fcljftit. Iold
quiet and ateady at 173 17i wo,,
t 11, the dosing rt ' 1,1 :"57 l'r
A-STP WA3HINOTON AVm3sTTTE
MAY 10,' 1873.
Vit. I'l."iriniri.:i7,ni"i,i,i, Trvniury dl"
, biir. iiiciifr-).rKKi. 'lotilp.ivmcHUol.May
Inlcrt'Mlo .late V.,!m,m. ClIMom receipt.
to-day i:w,onu. (Inviirnmcntt dull; cIosIok
i llriui II Nunnrjunrcd that ball a million vvua
r.ilccinoi at II14
trcnoiry under call of
late lioml dull.
W mid Fnlloflhr lllvir
Kor'Jl hour ending .'I p. m., May p, is;,).
Above i Changes?"
' IIIW .
vvnlcr. Illjc. Fall.
M. I'anl ... ,
El aim Wo ..
I'.iieliport.. . .
ft. LouN ....
New Orleau ,
Marietta ., .
DAVID W. HARNETT.
Uhperver Big. er. U. S. A,
Lot'iM-it.j.K, May f.Uir,r r,,
rapidly will, IU '.,ot In the cannl, and
wj reot In tho Indian chute and 80 fuel
under bridge, ample wntur underdraw.
Weather pleasant. Ruslnnss dull. Ar
rivod: Etna and barges Trenton; J W
Means and barges, St Louis; Rover l'otno
roy, and John Deppald, Evansvllle; Oak
land nnd Tom Kcos No 2. Pittsburg. Do
partrd: Etna. Ironton, Rover, St Louis
criiiinm, i insuurg
pnis; t earless. Cairo- Ulv..r r!.i.i
ly, wenthcr showerv and warm,
r.i anm-ille; May 9.Rained from 8
Clurmer, Tarnscon, .Mary Anient, City of
Augustn, Tlorenco Lee; nenornlly with
rair to cood trips. Busines null.
Memphis, May !l.R(vor rose 2 inches.
Dipnrted: .las Howard, Now Orleans; '
Kckort bolow: G C AVolffo and Canltol I
f"l... c. t : . . t , t 1... .. I
ck, uuuie, jienn uennnu J .ill l u Alps,
New Orleans: J E Rnnkln. Arltun.n.
'i.Y,"r:.Al,,'n "'own, Cairo; Sultan, Louts-
VtTTsnuno, M.iy 9. Kalnlngthis after
noon and tho rivor about M.ationary with
8 feet 10 inches in tho channel. Kim
Clark arrived. Granite
for Portsmouth. Mossengornnd Kxchaniro
nrpuuu, iiuinens auij,
Nasiinillk, May V River 10 feet on
shoals nnd falling. Arrived. Edilyvillo.
from Upper Cumborlnnd. with 217 hogs
beads of tobacco; Ada Hullionn, C!ro
Departed; Ada Hellman, Cairo.
VirKsnuiKi. Down. Kllgour. Smoky
City with barge and Kntle. Up IE. E.
Lee, Iron .Mountain nnd bar.
clear and pleasant, rlvor failing.
Cincinnati, Mny 9. Kiver 10 feet nnd
rising. Arrived Minneola, Wheeling.
Dcpartod Emperor, Marietta; Andes
Whcoling. Weather slioworv and nleas.
New Orleans, Mnv 9 Arrived: II
C Y aege r, St Louis. Departed: Knlloirg
and barges nnd Commonwealth, St Louis.
Little Rook. Wenthnr elcnr and
cool. Rlvor falling with nino feet nine
inches. .Arrived, John Howard, New Or
leans. MARKET REPORT,
New York, Mny P. Flour lets activo
llrmor; superflno wester $5 C5ti 30;
common to gaod So ri();)7 10; gooa to
choice S" VtQijH S3; wIimo wheat extra
H aCoTMO h(l. Whl.l.-,.f I,!,.l,,.r ., a;,.:
JJJe. Wheat lirmer; spring scarco and
wanted nnd held above buyers views; Noll '
spring $1 btyl 3b; , Milwoukoo '
1 0901 7U, amber western $2 tC. Rye
quiet and flrme; western !l7c$l. Hurler
dull and unchanged. Corn less activo utd
scarcely so firm; 'new mixed western flSJ(rj
09c; new mixed western J.liio
il5(7,Cflc. Oats linn ami modirato
business; common to prime new .nixed
westorn fn5llc; whito rnTfitlc, Mack
495jc. Coll'ee linn; Rio l"c Sngtr
linn; rutlning 7:jSlc Molasses m'oro
activo. Pork lower; now mcslS; primti
prime mess $17 251S Beef steady and
unchanged- Cut meals l.eacjy. Sugnr
evron nams ic siiouiuers .c. Aless mots
moderate, riquest long western clkarUJc,
Lard steady; western tteain Ulc; kolll ,
CniiMfio, Nay II. Flour fair; spring '
extra 5 llu5 75. Wheat steady; No 2 1
spring St 2s J; seller .May $1 28,; JuJo '
il 28JI .".. Corn in good demand;
4 Iju seller .Iiiiic; ;i'Ji! cash. Oats in fair i
deiimud: regulir i)2)(ii"i2i'; strictly frohh
a0.W. Ryiidull; No 2 C'.iJ70c. JUrley
dull and nominal, 7S(,8:te, nccordini; to 1
I ication. Fork unsullied, $10 .'l",Cillil 6(1;
losod lirm nt Hi 9017; seller May liilo.
., ,.. 1.1.. . r-.
Lard quiet; caddy llll2o cash; 8 Biife
8 87 si.llor May; 6 05 nl.or Jinn.. Hkuis
in piciiiu iikj)i uc; ury salted meats in
falrdemiiml and a slia,lu easier, at (ll(iij; j
looso short ribs middles frjtfi jo casli; 8)0
May; (.hurt clear quiet at 8I(iiVJc; boxed 0
higher. Bseon slioulileia 7Je; clear rib
sides lOJc; moss bunl ODJn.
St. Lui'im, May .1. Flour uiiclunzcd.
Wheat dull nnd loworxm sample lots; No
2 soft sprlngSl 27; stnctlv luimo $1 32;
, lioico l?l 3S(W)l U7; No :i red fall ?l 00.
Corn highui, itaW;irIo cash; eer Juno
IOJ0UO. Oats liighur, No 1 aStfiMHc
cash; sullor Mny and Juuu 'Ma;t"n. 1
Barley sternly. Rye Heady but slow,
ilRJolUo. Pork very dull, men $1-(1H .'5 '
I) S moat quint; ehuiildurs VJfJc; olenr i
rlbOjc; clour sides OJa. IIhcoii dull nnd
irregular, shoulders scarco 8"; clour rib
10c; clear sides loj-; uonntry clear sides j
looso Ju. Lard dull, country 7Jn?,8o 1
Whiskey scarce and hlisher Kilo, Cattle'
Hrmea and In lintler demand, supply light, '
beeves $l(nj'j "&; infjrior and cominnti
$'.'3, Hogs lower.
Motrin. May 9 Cotton dull; goid
orainsry lljtylfic; low inidling 1 ic; re
celpts 12 00; shipments ft I V rooelptt for
the week 68 fift: shipments 5 35 sales 0 0f0
stock ii 735. Flour dull at 3$10o,
Keokiik-','ksiirN.H-v Arrived. Johnson,
Mountaineer, .Mlsour rlvor: St .ii,. ni'
1 ts . ' . -
...o., riomming, l.,!ui0 city; Alton,
New Orleans; Hendorson, Wlnonn; Mln
,?l,0."I.',le,n,)o',arto,l ! neon, Keo
kuk! Hello LaCrosso. St Pnnl- UilJ r
.ln. r 1 V 'y Hm,,!erJ wln,'y 1 dav;
siens of clearing 01J this vonlnK; mcrcun
0 to 70. River risen 3 foot. Up; Kiltie
Heglor, Quickstep. Fnyoete, J D Parker.
itu Hirii. linWfT linns-
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Corn scarce and firmer at VJQCOc Oats
carcoand firm at 45c. Hay mixed 1C
l&c Corn meal scarco at 26c. Pork dull
nd drooping at ltJ& Lard dull and
drooping at loc. Bacon dull but un
changed; shoulders 8jcj sides 10l3jc.
VM!,X, May 8.-Flour dull,
AXX 1 258 25, family $910. Corn
oasinrj mixed 55c; white 660. Oats nulet
atl2J(SI3c. Bran 72 Je. Hay quiet and
firm; prime $2.12C; cholco $28. Fork
Sd lowor nt I8; dry salt meats Hrm
oacon dun at Bj8 j10110
Hams dull at Iljc. Lard; aetlVod tierce
ojo; aog iujo. sugar dull
l?:MT 7lC'IBic Tllolasas; rectified Oflo.
liiskoy dull at 8i3c. Coffee quiol at
uuaiujc. mernng i7j, sight 27!.
ilum gold 17. Cotton quiet.
FOR BALK,-ForB.ujiroR HALU
rOR SALKjKjsJuiuOK 8ALB
Pare from Liverpool,
Fare from Lonocndirht
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from Qokmbtoww
TO OAIKO, 4 8 30
ViObrd, Morris A Candte Aftnu.
Urerpeol Wssr.Toik and Philadelphia
moia ooatascr witb chitid statu aib ibitui
For Oarryi ast in Mall
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rrarnia iromrio
APFLT TO JOHN 0.3 CALK, Aqt
l "roadway, NewYork, erlo
Wxhlnnow AT.nus Cairn. Illinois.
WINEN aud LliiUUHS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
onto l 1 v 1 is
OA I ho. ILtlKOIS.
also, krp eonsUatly on hand a most 00m
t'Ul stock of
OOTCrl A.VD lltSB WnlCIIM
Fort, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba "Win
R. .Smyth Co. ore also nueiib. lorfpen
eer. Jlehnv ,fc Co.'a l'lltsbnix iilc.ofivlifch a
large nock is kept constantly on hand ni
their ivholeHale More.
WILLIAM ,1. Al.LKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OIHccover Flr-t National bank.
ATTOKNEV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
umce over KIM National bank. a-IMin
ORKEN & GILBERT,
William II. (iron, 1
1 Willum 11 Hillf-ti. y
I Mtlen F. Ulltierl, J
s-Hwoi. ntUnlion xlfen la Ailmlralty soJ
OrriOK OHIO LEVEE, ROOUB 7 AND H OYXB
CITY NATIONAL HAVE.
WHITE COLLAR PLANINU M ILL
s. WA l.l l'.BS), ProirIltr,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH; SUINQLKS, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, RLIND3
Kiirnlnhrd on fbortest notlo.
Commercial avonue, between Tenth and
YELLOW PINK FLOORING
For at loiv llgtlivs. Also,
I IT CH LCTMBBE
FENCING OR SHEETING
Sold 1 cry cheap by
6.9 2w. Caiho Box amp liAeKiT C.
FORWARDING ad OOMMISilON
DEALERS IN FIOUB,-
ABd AaMtt ol
OHIO SUTM AMD KAJIAWBA
SALT 003Wt g A.3STTHS1.-
70 Ohio Lrvrh,
COFFEY. PACE & CO.,
A H D
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PROOOOH
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALER8 IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc., . .
AGENTS roB FAIRBANKS SOALS
Ohio Levee. OAIKO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer iu
Limk,Cement, Plaster, Haih. Hra,
W 1 r .
2T1 w'ill sell In car load lots at manufae
Hirers' price, adding n eiht. l-3-u
7. M. PHILLIPS k CO., .
(flaeecssor to K. B. Utadriesui Oo.l
Forwarding and Commisiioo
sjts Liberal AdTaneameult made akgssV
sSsssk upon OomlgnmBQU. m
Aro vrrparad to iKim, ator aad tonrard
Rafsihla to all points aad buj aad
II ea oommlssloa, '
essTBuslnsss attended to prosnrUr;
PE T E R C U H L,
FLOUR MERC HA NT
Ro. n OHIO LKTKK.
8. D. Aykk.
K. J. Ara
AYERS & CO.,
OENERAL COMMISSION MIAOHAHTI
No. 78 Obio Litbjs, OAIM, Itu.