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OFFICE, BUIiliHTIN BXriIX)I3sra-, COIR. 12TH STREET A.2TXJ -WASHINaTON AVBKUB
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
THE BULLETIN.
OUR UlIUACIIKS. '
CHRISTIAN CIIUKOII Kliflitf-eiilli street
between Washington mill Walnut. I
Meeting cvtry siiinlay it loi '" and s
v. m.
Nunday school st 3 p. tn.
Prayer ineftlmr Wednesday cvmlng.
t'Rl8BYTKttlAN Kjhlh Street.
- Ireacxtliur, Sabbath at 10 sum. b1 74 p.ra 1
Prayer meeting, Wedaesday at 7 P. m. I
labbath School, 3 p.m. J.M.Lanaden.Hu. I
uerlntendtnt. Rev. II. Tiiatmk, Tutor
MKTHOUWT-Cor. Klhth and Walnut HU
reachlnif, Habbath atlOJ j , and7 p. m
aho;ypdm!
luperlntendent, Rev. K. I.. Tiiomi bo.n,
i
Haiti
Huperlnt
raster.
niUHCll OK T1IK KKI)KEMKK-Kl'l.o-
orning prayers. Sabbath 101
Evening prayers, "J p.m.
.sabbath School, a.m.
KBY. K. Coak, Hector.
T. PATRICK'S CHUttCll-Mnlh at. anil
Wasblrigton Avenue. .
Public amice, Sabbath 8:19 and 101 a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, '2 p.m.
Service every day, M a.m. .....
Hv. P. J. O'Ualloha.4. Priest.
T. JOSKPIP8 C1IUBCI1. (tirrmaii,) cor.
or of Walnut and Cross "treetn.
Maw, every fcabbatb at 10 o clock a. ui.
Vst.r 1 n. m.
llu during we. lt days, 8 o'clock a. in.
HstV. ('. IIOFKMAX, Priest.
(.KUHA.N LUTIIKKAN CUUUCH lati;
street between Washington Avenue ami
Walnut street. . ,A . . ,
Preacbliur Sunday mornin at 10 o clock.
Sabbath School at il o'clock p.m.
1UV. U. IUKM8CltNK, Partftr.
fOUNO MEN'S OHHlbTlAN ASsoClA.
TION.-Rek-ular meeting second Monday
ach month at their room over Rockwell
A Co's book itore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J p.ui.al
i tit room. ...
L. W. 8T1U.WKIX. President.
eKCOND MISSIONARY nAI.r!?'
,UUHCH,-Gonier Syeatuore and rort)-
2mt atreete. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and a o'clock p. m.
Huuday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church U connected with Uie Illinois
Association, hf the Klrst MU-lnr- p.
ll.l Church ol Calm.
IUV. SoLOMOH LKOSAHD, Pastor.
A KM CAN MKTHODIST.-Koiirtei-ntb, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
habbath .School. 1) p.m.
Clas niecU at 3 p.m.
KCOND KKKK WILL UAPTIS'P-KII-
teenlh Street, lctweeu Walnut and Cedar.
berv1cetBabbath.il and 3 p.m.
IUV. N. HlCi, Pastor.
KKEK WII.I. BAPTIST UOMK MISSION
.1AUUAT11 SCUOOI.. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
habbath School, tt a.m. ,.,., mi
MUST KBKE WII.I. BAITIST C'lllRCll
- 'urry ' Barrack.
Sn Ices, Sabbath U a.m.. 3 p.m. 4 .1p.m.
Bt. Wm. Kkllxy, l'Mtor.
PIKS7 MI9SIONABY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth aud 'lenth SU.
ITeacbloK Sabbath, 10 a.m. and .4 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Kriday evening.
trabbath School, It p.m. John aullaxter
aud Mary' Mcpbeua, SupertntendenU.
Rstv. T. J. Smokiw, Pastor.
Stre.t, between Cedar.aod V. aluut. I he
oidy Baptlrt church reeosnlied by the As
sociation . .
hrrvlcee, Sabbath, U a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Itrv. Jacob BKAiiLxr, Klder.
SKCKKT ORDIiKS.
TUK MASON9.
CA1IIO COMMANUEKY, No. --SU ed
Aaaembly at the A. lum Masonic t llM, tlrst
and third Mondays In each month.
CAIUOCOUNCIL, No.U4.-eBUUr Conjn
taUonat Maaonlc llaU, the second brid.)
CAIHOCHAITER No. JWr Con-
Vocation at Maaonlc Hall, ou the third
'I'ueiday ol every month,
"A1B0 T LODGE, No. !W7 K.& A. M.-Regjt-'
lar CommunlcaUoM alMMonlc UaU. the
Lecond and fourth Monday, of each month.
TUB OUU-FKLLOW S.
AIJCXAKDEB I.OIJO E, 224 MeeU In Odd-
itoT' Bui f in Artir'a building, every
Tuurtday evening at S o'clock.
STATE 0FF;CEB8.
Oovernor John I.. Bcvcrldge.
Lleutenant-Oovernor
SecreUry of aute-Ocorve H. Harlow.
Auditor of SUte-C. K. l.liiplncott.
Sute TreasUrer-Oa-per But.,
Attoruev Ociicral-nlamei Iv, hd&ll.
hupU PubUc lMTOn-Newton Uateman
CtJN'OREsSMEN.
gepatont-Rliliard J. Otfle-by and John A.
U?epr'eienUUve ElghUenth UUtrlct-Isacc
;imenti.
MEMBERS OENEBAL AS9EMIH.Y.
Repreentatlci In the &0tb cll.trlct.r
Jobn ill. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma aud Math-
' aVtorlforCthe &0tb dl.trlct.-Je.ne Ware.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIHCUIT COUHT.
Judge-D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
State'. Attorney-Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk-R. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin A.scBsor and Treasurer.
COUNI I cuunii
iSlwcUtei"'. McCrlte aud S. MarcbU-
'ton .
Clerk-Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Cowman.
MUNICIPAL OOVEBNMKNT.
Mayor John Wood.
rreaaurer-B. A. Cunn nham.
Comptroller E. H. K1H.
Clerk-Michael Howley.
Attorney-H. Wawon Webb.
p5lceMlatrtea-K. Bro and .1. J.
BlMarahl and Chief of Poltce-Wm. Mcllale.
Btreel Coinmliloner-l. J. OalllKau.
Health Offlcer-W. Woolen,
li.mberi Police Force A. Cain mrent,
F.wBcwnpi Phillip Helm, Cbu,. Meimer
' ,i u A Cnnaut.
i BOAKD Of ALPFRMKN.
Klrst ward-Hiram BUby and J. M.
Phillips. .. Mvnr unit Worn!
tteconu waru j
WTb&dwMd-JohnMcKwenand K. Kors-
"fell waxd-O. K. Nellls and M. J.
Mrmu'wa'rd-Jno. II. Robinson aud Wm.
H, Mom.
VARKKR ULAKE,
lifilltS II
WALL PArKK. rAxxvicj,
rsslty. iussatsi.,w,,n,
w 1 3sr 13 o "W 3-LA.aa.
WINDOW iUABM,
tad th. eel.Uat4 lUuialaalle
AURORA OIL.
7 ssWQUl iV.(
OitM . . . UMw"
fELEiAPHIB"
MISCELLANEOUS.
jm:i:cii ku tilton howk.v
TIIH T1IKKK I'fOI'.S KitAI'MS
MSK TO KXl'I.AIN
. 'J'lIKV A HH It HSTOHKl) TO KAC
OTIIKHS COXFIDKNTK,
I 1.0 VK A SI) lilv
AC II
Sl'KCT.
OKO. K. TRAIN WII.I. SU K I'OU
KAI.SK lMI'UIrjONMEN I.
I.AUT OA V OK THE AtiKK't'f.Tt'HK
CONOKKSd.
Til K PKOIIAHII.ITIRH OK A
NATCH K. HACK
I.KK-
HKrUK.V
OK THK KI'IXOOTK! IN
NKW ) MHK.
ETC.,
KTO,
ETC.
Tilt RKAHO.N rK IIKKCIIEKK 3II.KNCI.
New Yokk, May 30. Tho cuitodian of
the cnnvenatit entered Into April 1
lSJI, by Henry Ward lloccliur, Theodore
Tilton and Monry C. liowoti, makes that
inttrutnetit public this turii(ir, ai.lgtiirii;
a a riaion tberefnrtt tbe fact that Ilonen
baiof late repeatedly declnred that ha bad
never disavowed the charges againil Mr.
lieecher, but that lie yet Insisted upon
their truth. Tbn diiavownl to which
Il nttacbud the signatures ol the
above named parties oMnt tbut'
" WK TIIHCE MEN '
Earnestly Jeilrin to remove all causes of
ilienseexisling between us, real or fancied)
and to make Christian reparation for Injur
let done or supposed to be done, and to
ellace tlit) disturbed past, and to provide
concord, good will and love for Ike future,
do declare and covenant. Henry iloweui
tlien disavows all charges and Imputations
attributud to him m mde by him againtt
i!eecher,and declares without reserve that
bo knows nothing which should prevent
him from extending to lluechur his
iuut cordial friendship, conSdencu and
Ol KIM IAS FELLOWSHIP,
Regretting sincerely that ho ever made
any imputations, charges orinuendocs un
favorable to tbo cblistian character of
tlccclici mi. jirtuulsing ..... j. ll.w r.
lure to refer to Ilium by word or deed.
THKOlmllc TILTON
Avows he will never again repeat by
word ot mouth or otherwise any ot the
allegations, imputations orinuendoes con
tained in his letter to liowen, in which
the latter is cited as the author. Said al
legutlons, Imputations and inuendoes are
against the moral and Christian character
of Ileechur.
Mil 1IKICHKK,
On his part, puts tbe past for.
ever out of sight and memory,
and says, "I deeply recret the causes of
suspicion, jetlou.y and estrangement
which have come between us and it Is joy to
ir.e to have my old regard for
HENRY C. HOWIN
And Theodore Tilton restored, and happi
ness to mo to resume tbo old relations of
love, rospect and reliance to each and
both of them. If I have said anything
injurious to the reputation ofoitheror have
detracted from their standing and fame as
Christian gentlemen and members ot
my church, I revoke it all and heartily
covenant to rcloln and reinstate them to
the extent of my power. '
The custodian of tliu covenant says
"The public can understand tho brave si
lence which the groat preacher has kept
under a protracted storm of slander. IIo
had covenanted to bury the past and to
maintain
PEACE AND UROrilEIUlOOK,
And tbo document is given to the world
to estop and convict the princiaal client!
ers against truth, publlo dencency and the
1 I . . r - k.nnl.llnn " I I
rights of a reputation." j
Tilt AimlCtM.Tt'RAI. COKUKE!.
lNi)iANAPOLts,May 30. In the Nation
al Acrloiltural congress in tho p. m. ses-
Ion, tho dolo nnl upon the i
port the committee on miscellaneous sub-
lects, in regard to resolutions touching tho
eight-hour law passed ly tue congress oi
tbo United States. Quite ft variety of
views were expressed, the result being no
detlnlte action by the congress, 'ine ques-
tlonof transportation was discussed at
: l..iti dm iranaral idea tire-I
considerable length, the general Idea pre
vailing that the rates of transportation
ARB KXHORIIITANT,
And relief should bo found through some
chanmil. Tho question was, how Is it to
bo obtained? A malority of the conven
lion appear decidedly opposed to b'ing
lug about any antagonism with railroad
corporations or thocounrty,bul preferring
ti harmonize the Interests of the pro
ducer and carrier.
po MO LOOT.
The rubject of pomology was brought
up, and delegates wero appointed from tliu
several atatos to attend a meeting of the
American Pomologlcal society, to bo held
In the city of Boston
The commutes on railway systems, by
Its chairman, Gen. Jackson of Tennessee,
reported eerlos of resolutions,
which
were adopted unanimously, and embody
tno equitable viuws of almost tho entire
body, and.avlucu a. conclllMory dlsposi
tion on tho part or the convention,
Till HTAN11INU COMMITTIkiS
Appointed for this meeting continue for
tb currant year.
Th election of olUciri for the ensuing
CAIRO,
year resulted in selections with the great
est unanimity nd good feeling. Vice
presidents for all the states represented
were solecled, and provision was also
mad for tho publication and distribution
of a large number of the reports, and the
proceedings of the meeting, andOen. Sol.
Meredith of Indiana, and Mr. Green,
st-crotary of the congretr, were charged
with tho duty of such publication and dis
tribution. Gen. W. II. "Jackson of Tennessee was
chocn president, Charles W. Green re
elected secretary, rind James Pool of In
diana, treasurer.
Atlanta, Georgia, was selected as the
place for the next meeting of tho congreM,
to bo held on the eoond Wednesday of
Ma)-, 1874.
LET. NATCHEZ..
New OnLEAMf, May 30. Having beon
repeatedly askod for Information relative
to the Leu and .NalcLuz rnco, a reporter
thisa.ru. waited on Capt. John Janney,
the agent of Capt, Lenthers of tbe Natch
ez., and asked lor lome information
relative to it.
Capt. .lannev "No, sir, the race will
positively not take place at present.
That is, the Natchez cannot run to .St.
ouls with the present stage of wator,
now only eight feet. When doing her
best ttm must have at least fifteen feet un-
er linr. besides at this season the
river is so fogL'y that on
er trip, lie lost 8 hours, nnd in a race
lie could not atloril to lose that many
seconds. So you see sho will not run at
present. .She is in port, and will go up to
ackson street this afternoon, and lie
thore. '
Reporter' "Well, captain, do you think
the Natchez will run anv time this sea-
on "'
Capt. Janney: "I do not know, but
Capt. Leathers is satistled he can beat tbe
Lee's time, and will run If an opportunity
Is otlered, and tbero is plenty of water
through. This may not be for some time,"
I'KEMIYTEHIAN AflfcEMIILY.
Philadelphia, May 30. At tho Pres
byterian general assembly to-day, stand
ing committees were announced by the
moderator, and tho credentials received of
Rev. .Ino. K. Kadle, I.I.O., professor of
biblical literature and theology, to the
I'nited Presbyterian church, and Rev.
Hunry Calderwood, I.LD., professor (
moral philosophy in the university at
Kdinburg. as delegates from the United
Presbyterian Synod of Scotland.
iKHKI'UKsMIILK UEOHUE CK4MC18.
New Yokk, May 30. George Francis
Train, it is said, will sue the city for falsa
imiiritnninitnt. claiming i 100,000 damages.
EPIZOOTIC AOAIN.
All increase is reportmi in tho number
of horse? sl"k in the Cony Island car sta
bles at Brooklyn, and the disease is said to
be spreading to the other stables where a
large number of horses are kept.
Philadelphia, May, 30. A
rasa of
on the
epizootic was observed this a. in
ferry boat coming from Camden.
DECORATION.
THE DAY GENERALLY Ol)
EKVED THROUGHOUT
THE SOUTH AND
WEST.
New Op.lsa.ns, May 30.-The Hradish
Johnson made trips to and from tbe city,
couveylng many visitors, and especially
many ladies, to the burying ground.
There woro two bands in attendance, the
19th Infantry and Hell's Custom-house
band. A largo portion of the officers and
troops attended. At 12 o'clock there was
tired a salute. One of the guards of tho Me
tropolitan militia, while working piece No.
1, was severly injured by the premature
dischargo of the gun. Surgical attendance
was immediately sent for, on arrival at
12 o'clock, of tbo boat.
Tho unknown graves were decorated by
the Grand Army of the Republic. Tho
assembly was then called together by tbo
19th Infantry band, when a prayer was of
fered by Rev. K. T. Brooks
T M n Tilknl il..llvr.,l (In. xrstinn
" tha remBln(,er , lh9 ,vc,
woro decorated, and the ceremonies
closed.
Louisville, May 3. Tho ceremony
of decorating tha graves of dead soldiers,
was largely attended at Cavo IIlll cametry
to-day, and was accompanied by rnuslo,
prayers, orations in Uerman ana r.nguso,
and other appropriate excorcises. Decora
tion day was slmllary observed in New
Albany, Indiana.
Toledo, May 30. Tito coremony of
, d performed
. .
aftornoon, by various military and civil
societies, and citizens generally. Appro
priato addresses woro delivered by Gener
nl James II. Stoamau, and A. II. McVey
Business was suspended during the after
noon.
Memphis, May 30, Tbe gravos of sol.
dlors at tbo National cemetery worodecora-
ted to-Jay by the pall-boaror's colored so
rioty. Short addresses were made by Rev
Mr. Ilaldwin and otheas.
WEATHER REPORT.
WAeiimoToN, May 30. Probabilities
Kor the Northwest and Upper Lakes and
tbonco to Lower and Ohio and Missouri
valleys northwesterly and southwesterly
winds, n su Dressuru, ri.iuc temperature.
partly cloudy and occasional rin. For
ttie liOwer vyyvt wuiu TMimy
.....i.aaatnrl v winds, risinir haroina.ni.
c0U(i, weather and raiu. Kor tbe Middle
sides nortueasieriy anu souineasieriy
winds, rising tiaromevor, ciouuy woatner
and rain. Kor New England and Canada
DotthwesUriy and northerly winds, cool
...i eloudv weather and occasional rain
Cautionary signals ordered for Cap May
nd Norwia.
ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1873.
CASUALTIES.
UOSTO.N VISITED BY ANOTHER
CO N !' I. AO H AT 1 0 .
HEAVY LOSSES TO MANY MER
CHANTS. WARRHOUSK FULL. OK GRAIN
BPRNKD IN INDIANA.
ETC ,
ETC. i
KTO.
Anorititn nosTO.N rtne.
Boston, MaV 30, OAS a.m. A tire
broke out ft little after 8 this morning,
and Is now raging on both sides of Wash
ington street, near Bay of Charleston and
Essex streets. The Globe theatre is de
stroyed. Northwest wind prevail'.
LATER DISPATCH.
Nr.w York, May 30. A dispatch from
Boston says the Are is spreading fast, and
there is no sign of being checked as yet.
TUB VICTIM'S
Among the tlrms and ioviduals burnt
outou Essex street are Hen, S. Howe iV
Co.. boots and shoes, loss $11,060 ; Insur
ance $9,000. K. Hawby, furulsblngj'ood,
loss $l7u,000; fully Insured. Atberton,
boots and shoes, loss $60,000 ; insurance
f 30,000. Geo. E. Turner, boots and shoes,
loss $11,000. Cbauncey Hall, and .School,
Cushing Si Todd, loss $10,0000, insurance
130,000. J. W. Pitcher, Boston Globe;
no Insurance. Ninth regiment headquar
ters, loss slight. I.eland, Wheelock Sc Co ,
furnishing goods, loss $100,000 j insurance
150,000. John B. Regan, boots and shoos,
loss $76,000; Insurance $3,000. On Wash
ington street, T. C. Pszott and Son, furri
ers, loss $00,000 j Insurance unknown.
Pilot book store, same building, occupying
three chambers arid containing valuable
books and articles used In Catholic church,
loss about $40,000
Tho lire is now fully under control, and
no further damage is looked for.
WAREHOUSE PURSED.
Evassville, May SO, The ware
house of P. Hill, at Carlisle, Indiana,
was burned last night, with 16,000 bu-heM
of wheat. Loss fil,000: insured for
$11,000.
New Oklkan.i, May 30. Tho steamer
City of Memphis, which had been on st
bar at the mouth of the river about a
month, got oS' a few days ago, and went
to sea, but finding her propeller damaged,
relumed to the city for repairs. Her
largo cargo ot bulk corn was returned to
the elevator tn amblo lh .tanner to en
tor lite dook. TUa corn .m found tn per
fect order throughout. It had ben on
board 20 days.
FOREIGN.
THE COLUMN VENDO.M E TO HE
REBUILT.
TA X RKSISTKR3 THREATEN EI)
IN SPAIN.
ETC ,
ETC.,
K i'C.
t-RANCK.
Vkiisailles, May 30. The assombly
this afternoon voted to rebuild tbe Column
Vendome, aud adjourned until the &th of
June.
SPAIN
Mahkik, May M. The cortes will
meet to-morrow.
Tho tax.payejs of Rubi, In Catalonia,
have refused to pay the exactions levied
on tbern, and are putting fortifications in
a state of defense. The authorities have
takon energetic measures to compel pay
ment, and threaten to expel all who re
fuse Irom their houses, and wall up the
doors and windows.
CRIME.
OLD MAN MURDERED"
I1IS MONEY.
N
A WIFE-BKATER BEATS HIS WIr'E
TO UKATll.
tlUBPKREU.
Cleveland, Ohio, May 30.-Stevon
Sawyer, aged sixty, living near liuiievue,
O., left home last Monday for hlmore, u.,
havlnc $000 on his person. Not returning
at the appointed time, search was made,
and to-day bis daad bjdy was found in a
mill-pond, onsvbalf mile from Hollovua
the money and his wallet gone. It is sup
pose! he was murdered for his money.
a wife-heater.
Nr.w Voiis, May 30. During a quarrel
last night between John Burns aud bis
wife in Brooklyn tha latter was severely
beaten. She died soon afterwards, and hnr
husband was arrosted.
makket'report.
Sr. Lotm, May 30. Uemp, dull ; un
changed. Klour, dull ; business chiefly iu
supplying ordors. Wheat, dull; unsteady;
No. 8, ted fall, $1.4B1.60i No. J, 160
1G5, Corn, steady; No. 2, rulieo, 381(5)
3D0.; elevator ielling August, 43J434o.
Oats dull; deollnlng;, No. 2, mixed, 33,0.
Barley, dull; unchanged. Rye, J73to
in bulk. Meats, dull; nominal; bacon,
nulet; should.r.7io; clear ribs, 9 Jo; clear
sides 9lo; lobblnsj and order lots clear
d,.lli
unchanged. Pork, uncbanjed ; 17J17jc;
Whisk v lowor; 89c per gall, for round
16.20 medium; choice, $3,00 to $4 a 5;
stockers and winter Toiaus, $4,3505.25.
Hogs, quiet. nr. Klmir r!ll
Corn Briittr, yellow and white No. 6$7i
Oat. quiet, m. " dU p5Qrk Vr.T
taler, prime $51" choice Pork dull,
nominal, J17 50. Knion dull, nominal
71(3,01(100. Hams, 1314. Lard dull,
tierces $991 i Keg $10I'J. Sugar f,.ir
demand to fully fair, $H prlmo 9!'.
Molassos none offering. Whlskny dull,
ordinary western 82c; Loulsana Vic; Cin
cinnati 96c. Cofloo quiot, 17120c.
Memphis, May 30 Cotton dull but
unchanged; good ordinary 18c; middling
17c; receipt 05; shinmonts 280. Flour
dull and drooping $1 60010 25. Corn
meal dull $2 05. Corn dull and drooping,
6C67c. Oats dull, and holders anxlons
to sell at 6I(n,4t.. Hay quiet, $20(5)24.
Bacon dullanddrooplng, 7j7!(n,!l(?,'.lc.
Lard dull and nominal; no sales, llcss
pork rotalling fie.
RIVER NEWS.
HIM aasad sTrII ( the Biter
Kor!4 hotirs ending a p. m., May 30, 1S73.
Above
I loVf I
water.'
"Changes.
STATIONS,
Rise. 21I.
Brownsville
Hriinswlck.. .
Cairo
Cincinnati....
Conllueiice .
DaM'iiport.. .
KvunsWIIf...
Port lleiilnn
Fori Mullli
Krerport ....
Ilernmnn ...
.leffeion City .
ICunsns City.. .
Keokuk
Leavenworth
Lexington .
Little Rock.
LoulsWIIc ...
Marietta ,. .
Memphis. . .,
NasliWIle
New CuneMi .
New Orleans
Oil City. .. .
Omaha
I t
; i
IS
11 f.
n :j .-:
is r. .
10 ! I
0 7
10 01
11 ti ,1 5
7 y
n a I
A) & 1 7
IT, (I
U 7,
2 :.
"il
It 10 I I
A-: 4 ;i
4 a,
0 7j' U
H !'
10 " ,
U 0 1
14 0
,10 7, 'A
l" '!! '
Paducah .. ,
P ttsburir. ..
PhtUinouth .,
Shruwport ...
lo'vpn . .
1.0111s . .
10
st. Paul
vlcktburg
Warsaw
Kim i.n Oakland,
Obtrvvrr, Signal Venice, I. . A
Mt. Lomi. May 30. Arrived: "Wah-
ington ; Emilie, tow-boat with barge, and
Alice Groy; Missouri River. Gen. An
derson, and Grafton, lower Mississippi;
st. Johns, Illinois river; Minnosota and
Clinton, St. Paul; Johnson, Keokuk;
Colorado with barce. Qulncv. Departed :
Johnson, Keokuk; Addle Johnson, Gale
na; Dolphin, lower Mississippi; North
western, St. Paul; Hollo Memphis, Men-
phis; wbolo Illinois rivor Calling slowly.
Cold.
Mkmphis, May 30.- Weather clear and
hut. River rising slowly. Arrived:
U'sal Tender. White river: Utah, Arkan-
ssi river. Departed last nicht: Robert
Mitchell and It E I.ee, Now Orleans;
Sklllenger, Red river; Mary Poo and City
ot Vlcktburg, St l.ou'u; J E Rankin,
Pine Blutr.
KvANavil.LI, May 30. Tho weather is
clear and hut, mercury 08 to 82. River
fallen 10 indices. Port list. Down : Mary
Houston; Jeo. Roberts; Charmer; Mary
Anient; Tnrmcon. Up: Thompson Dean;
Quickstop, goneral good trips, Doan light
business Improving,
Pitthiiuro, May 30. Rlvor Is falling
slowly, 3 feet 6 inches in tho channel.
Weather cloudy and cool. Arrived: Mai
lie Ragon, 'Wheeling. Departed: Granite
Stato, Portsmouth; Ragon, Wheeling. The
towboat Storm, with tti aid of acanne, is
raiting the sunken hull ot thoisteamor
Wilson.
Louisvn.i.K, May 30. River fell 7 feut,
with S feet 10 inches in tho chute.
Weather partially cloudy but pleasant.
Business dull. Arrived: Mary Davago,
Pittsburg; Raven and bargos, St Louis.
The Davage and Hover are expected to
leave St Louis for Ashland to-night.
Cincinnati, May 30. River lfi foot and
C inches, and falling. Arrived: Exchango,
Pittsburg. Departed : Lawrence, Nash
ville ; Andes. Wheeling; Phil Sheridan,
St. Louis. Tho weather is fair and quite
cool.
Nashville, May 30. River falling. 8
feet in the channel. Ilargo on Harpeth
shoals. Arrived: Ada Hitman, Cairo; El
la Hughes, Upper Cumberland.
Nw Orlka.nh, May 30. No arrivals.
Departed: John II. Mnude, Louisvlllo;
John Kyle, St. Louis. Weather cloudy
and warm
VicKhtiuito, May 30. Donw! John
Howard, Katio and O B Church. Up; 11
S Turner. Clear, warm and rainy.
Koekuk, May SO. River 12 foot and
rising. The weather is clear and warm.
A T II E N E U M .
S E L D El-Till WIN
COMBINATION.
Klvc nights only, commencing
TTESDAY EVENING, JUNE
LOVE'S SACHIFICE."
Ailliilsslnu as usual.
Resmed seats 75 cents.
&.'J9 3t.
WAbHINOTON HALL,
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 111!!.
BALI
-iir run
CA1HO CASINO.
On Mouday evening next, June
or the Cairo Casino, Will lie held ut Schcels
u.tv,ii,,ii Hall, purner Ninth and Cedill'
8treet. Exery arruiigemont looking to the
fn, . i.i.liivmi'tit ui' those who wl.-tti
to attend litis been made, und neither pulns
111 lu Hiiuiod to maku the oc
casion one of tho.rao.t pleasant of the eaon.
The null will bu opened with mu.lu by
.1... iliIi.i I'llv Iih.sm liillltl.
Ak'enerul Imitation in extended to all to
"'improper characters need not apply for
admission, tor they will not be admitted.
Ticket, will be sold at the door at $1 per
couplf. By order of
John Koeiii.f.h,
W. T. BEKHWAIir,
Ciiah. Wkhkk,
Couimlttee of Arrangements.
DENNISON'S PATENT
kill 1 KIM Nil TAtitf.
...nil. in. hate bet'li used
Iwlthlnthe past ten years, wllliout
kowplalut of loss by tug bceo.n lug
aacUedT All ftxpre " ,,m..
everywlieie.
n-'.'l-dlm
TAPO
OFFICIAL PAPER
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WIIOI.KSAI.K.AND BETA It,
DHUGGf S T S ,
."tTO.
CHEMICALS.
SB sESrrJsWfsl
hmcticmMUiiitebsHI C
1 lft-tf - ---5
Ss.:.srsrtO.
IL Iwon liof.irn tho American puhlio
OVEIi TIIIIITY y.ur. It ban nuvir
yet failed to t'ivc por.Vct nati.f.ii:lion, aud
Las justly Isvu iitylul tho p.iuacca for all
fxti-nial Woumls,'L!uU,lunn, .Swi lliugH,
Bpralus Ilrulscs, See., Aa, for Mun mid
lkxmt. I.'.i i'-iu.ly should bu u niuIo day
StTKAnilUATN.
OA HO AND PADUCAH
HAIL BOAT.
The silenilM lfmer
JAS. FISE,
Dick Fowlek, Captain
Leave. Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
n.m Kor frclKUi opassttKuaiPi'i) u u
, Jah. Mallohv, Ag't.
to
tf
l, UMiir.it.
Will T H CO 1. 1 .A It PLAN I NO -MII.Ij
N. Vt I.TIIKf. IToprSclnr.
DSiitaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, B1I1NOLES, OEDAIt POSTS
DOOMS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumbkh,
Kiirnlsb.J on shortest notice.
Commercial avonue, between Tenth and
r.iuveiuu siruu.s
CAIEO. I,IIsX3iTOia.
T.l .
H. f. j It Y A N T ,
lrlrllur
WALNUT -jyCILLS
Near Twet.ty.txtli Street,
OHIO Lkykk, j CAIRO, ILLS
aii vimlt oi Lumber. 0.V. Poplar, Cy
pro.!,NvalnutVe!"",aelho.vd In any lrt
of the city free of charge.
t3TPatronaSe ollclld, and "taction
iruarautced. ' " 1
& TO 2l)
ir day. Agt'tiUOvantctll All clasps ot
work In l'"l". oflther sex. youiiK or oh ,
male mo to money at work for us lu their
pare ouients, or all the time, than at any
lli UK cIm). Particulars tree. Address
1 O. STINSO.N A CO., Portland Maine.
y.i:ivv.ly
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
74i OHIO Xj32U"VJTB1
Hetail and Prescript's,
Corner Washington Ave.
and Eighth street.
CHEST PROTECTOHSl
Of chanwW and rabbit ikixi
for weak lungs.
At HARCLAY BK03.
CHLORATE
KOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and tolst
11 Y HAHOLAY UllOfl
HORSE AND
CATTLE MEDICINES
And Ol.lnrectants lorSUbleSi
At HARULAY BROS.
FINE CIGARS,
HONEY NEK,"
"YOUNO AMERICA,!
And " I'til vers 8tandnri1.J
At DAJjOLAY BIUW.
without this Liniment. Tho money fof
fiuidctl tinlrse tho Liniment is as ropn3
Sln(..il. It., .nm n.nl ..of V nAn..fH .'
...... .. . .....v . . .
MEXICAN JIUSTANO LTIdENTJ
Sold by all DrutririsUand Country Storo 'J
nt 2.1c, 50c. und 1.00 per Uottlo, ' Notisvj
stylo, eUe of bottle. ' i
BOAT HT9B1
SAM WILSON,
D a ali a
BOAT STOBB8
OHOOIHTIB.
PUOV1HIONBJ ITU.)
Mo. 110
Oni LlTH OATM, IU."
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTOHBB
tntr saiioBtvi Bsuasi UdiasTs
a.8f cUl attsntioa paid to orders from stsassl
bo.ta nliltitnrd.T
IHAGAH'S
s.,lSHjt Sj
Magnolia Babnj
. 9 I
It ts Purelj Visjtabi, and lJg"J
. ..1. .. 1 AriAM am wlSSI SaS
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and fell at onos. It ttosa a
Aptxarauce causaa oy am.
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