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! JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2,
1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER 0F:C1TY AND COUNTY
THE BULLETIN.
Itrurilnt: innllrr on rwrj pfffr
OUR CJIURCnUS.
IHRIuTIAN CHURCH-Eicrhtrenth street I
between Wa-lilii'-ilon and Walnut, r
Meeting O cry bliuday nt 101 "' and ' '
1. m.
Minilav .rliool al " ti. tu.
I'r lycr mr.i ting Wediu -day evening.
It'ltESIIYTKRIAN Einfctli htrrtt.
Preaching, Sabbath t 101 a.m. "' "1 P-m
Prayer rmetl e, Weduenlar at 71 p. m.
sabbath School..! p.m. .1. M. Lauacien, Hu
I irlntiuduiit. Its. v. 11. Thaykk, Pastor
K.I THODIST. Cor. Elghh .md Walnut St.
I'rcachlng, Sabbath at 10J ft. in., and 7 p. ui
I'ravir mcctlnif. WeiHitwl.iy.i4 P.m.
h-sbfmth tJchool, B. p.m. L. Y. StiUwel),
fiiprttntetidetit.
I'.KV. r. I..
TuoxruoN,
r(Ur.
nt itni of Tin: Ri:tF.KMrJt--'Epico.
t x
Menilnt; prayer. Sabbath JH
Kvniliig praverc, 71 p.m.
tabbatb school. I' .in.
Be v. E. Coa.v, Rector.
T. PATRICK'S CIH.'HCH-Nllilh M. awl
VV B'tiltfTt'in .MenUe.
Public nice, Sahbsth nJ 1 a.m.
t . pert, 7 ji.jn.
.' alb i no'.i .2 p.m.
.-'Mice 'vry iliv, 8 a.m.
It.v, P. J. 0'Hai.lo:a., Priet.
T li'Kl'll'S nii'lti.'ll.-'l.i-rmac,; cor
l er ol Wjbiltt and Crux
ilac, c-ttrj .'abbath at lUO'Uo. L a. in.
K,.tr, 'J p. in.
Ma. di.r!n0' week day, S o'clock 3. ni.
RkV. (.. Hori-MAN, Prict.
il.lt.MAN LUTHERAN ClIUEfJH 13 th
Trcit between (Va.hlngtou Avenue and
alutit itrcet. , , ,
Prc.nchmg Sunday mornintf at 10 o cloi-k.
f-..bbalb school al2o'c!oi.k p.m.
Rkv. c. DLT.K4CiiNr.il, Pator.
VOl MEN'ri CHRI.V'TAN AS.iOClA-
'I ION. Regular mei-iing second jionusy
HI ll lIKMltll at
month al tbetr room oer Kockwcll
.V l i' book utore, Commercial avenur.
tckly l'raj
)it tucctio, I nilay, lip.in.
he 'oom.
I.. W. Stim.welu 1'reil'Jent.
-J.ro.Nl) M1SSIONAUY HAlTIsT
ill'KCIl.Corneriyeuiuore and Forty
t! ! trtet. l'ri'aclilnjf Sbhlh at 11
A luck a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
-uniUy ccliiKil 1 o'clock p. ia.
I be churcli U connected with the llllwi
!s-rjai!on, by tbe Flm.Ml-Mouary 11 p
vi C Lurch ol i .'alro.
Hkv. solomo.- I.EOXARn, I'attor.
AFltlCAN MrriIODlST. Fourteenth, be
tvfrcii Walnut and Cedar.
ynlcc, Sabbath. 11 n.w.
-'jbato -'ebool, 1 p.m.
L inceli at A p.m.
fM'UND FBEB WII.l. ItAlTlST Fil-i-c
ulli Sirctt., liowcin Walnut and Cedar.
SLrTlcs sutbath. li and 3 p. in.
I'.kv. N. Uii:k, l'Mtor.
rilFK WD.l. UA1T1PT HOME MIdrilON
AillATU fCHOOl Corner W almit
ard Codur btrceU.
-li'i:ith School. a.m. .........
r-llivr KKEK WII.E UAlTfT CULT.CU
- urry'k lUrrcka
titrvli-w, sabbath 11 a.m.. 3p.m. ft .$p.m.
Ukv. Wm. Kuxnr, I'tor.
FIFT MISIONAItY 11AFTIST CHCIICH.
- .fd.tr, between Ninth and Tenth M.
rn-uchliig Salib-ith, 1" a.m. and 71 p.m.
l'rjer meeting, W fdiwdy cvculUt'.
rn acblni?, Friday evening.
Sablath.-ebool. 1J p.ru. .lohn anllnrter
aud Mary Steidien-, aupertut'!dent.
ItKV. T. J. MIOIIK, I'a'tor.
tt. ONI) llAI'THTCHUItCll-Fourtccntb
ftr-et. b tnven Cedar and Walnut. I be
out llaptlft church rtsconlzpu by the A-
roviatlon. . .
Sr.-.i- cs, s'.Wa'.h, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. ami . p.m.
ltVV. .UCOH HlUPLKY, Elder.
SECRET ORDER?.
TI1K MASONS.
uuo
CO.M.MANDEIIY, No.
111. Stated
.ViBbly at tbe Aeyium iiawinic nu,
and third Monday In each tnoniii.
.1A1 () ( ()UN( 11., No.at.-Uei'Ular Conru
raMon t Mawnlc Hall, the fecond rriday
JinS cJlAFTEU No. 71.-Itcular Con
Vocation at Ma.onIc Hall, on tho third
Tiiewlay ol every mouth,
JAIUO IIOUUB, So. -Ol Vk A. M.-Hejru-lar
(k)inmunlcatloli at Maonlc Hall, the
second and fourth Mondaya of each mouth.
THE ODD-FKI.l.OWS. , nn
Al.EX.VN'DEll LODOE, 231-Ment in Odd
Fellow.' HaU, lu Artcr'. building, every
Tbuiniay cveulnx at B o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
OoNcnior-JobnE. UevcrldKe.
l.lcutcuiiiiMtovenior
rriitan of Stnto Ueorga H. Harlovr.
Audi m -of Utttte-0. E. W'tawtt.
Statu 'rreaanrer-Cajper
Aiiornev Gencnd--Jame. lv. J-.u.au.
um." 'ubUc litruclIon-NewMii ltateman
CONUHK-isJlEN.
Spiiat-I'icbard .1. Uglcby and John A.
"'Ife'prWntattve Flhtecnth Dlrtrict-Iwc
.'Imnijntf.
M EMU KliS OKNKKAE ASjjEMIII.Y.
liipre-entatlxei In tho f-Oth dWr Irt
lolm II. Oberly, Wm. A. I.cmun and .Math-
' iiuatir fartlie Wtludlstrlct.- .Ico Ware.
COUNTY OKFlCKlls.
ciitcuiT coimr.
ind"i D. J. Halter, of Alexander.
'ital?v Attorney-l'atrlcU 11. I 'ope.
clerk-lt. fl. Yoeuui.
beriir A. H. Irvln.
Win. Jlartln-Ae.or and.'I rcaturer.
COU.NTV COL'UT.
tthwIlT'fi. McCrlte and 9. MarchlL
"c'l'erk Jacob G. Eynch.
Coroner John U. Gorman.
MUN1C1FAI. GOVEHNMKNT.
Mayor John Wood.
TreaMircr-U. A. C'unn inzbara.
Comptrollur-E.H.I-ams
Clerk-Michael Howler.
Ait orney-H. Wat-mi Wfbli.
tt'ollt" MaKltrate-F. -Bro.- and J. .1.
11 Ma'r-baland 'Ihlcl or I'otlcc-Wra.McHale.
itrTet CoumilMlonur-D. J. Glllgn.
llcalih Oilleer W. W ooten.
Member" 'olli'M Force A. Cain wrecnt,
Whltcan.p, I'hllip Htdin, Chin. Mrtiner
And 1'. A. Conant.
noAiin or Ai.DF.nMFN,
Flrt w.ird-Hlnm Hlxby and J. M.
' SecoiVd ward-Herman Moyeri and AVood
'ThlrdTurd-JolMiMcIVonand F. Kors-
ii-nnl (I.
r, NclIU and M. J.
Vhili wanl-Jno. II. Uoblnson and AVm.
II. MorrU.
TO COSTHACTOBS.
Pealed nroi.oh.ili will bo recoivcu or me
'board of e.liuatlon" ol the cny ' "
f.,r fii. iii. th.i ...lino IIIHIUIOKl
NlneteeiitTi and Walnut btrecU, uinl ;PultJ'1K New York Lunatic iisylum testittod as to
:',,;ltvh;!lfo,iuoil 'v, sn ..-.u
etc.. In aei-or-lanco with phna and spccinni- 0pion that tho facts attending the action
l!,Tm ol young Walworth did notlndlcato.pl-
Monday ovunlng, July 7, next, nt p o ciook eptic Insanity. Dr. Kdllogg of the llud
lA ...on State asylum nnd Dr. Olymer testified
for the lalthfurpeirorinanco of Mntwoi.
O-'.-S-lw
Sto'y Board Education,
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
CRIME.
AX YITAIROl' IIOXORIX EOT
f.SfAXA. TUB EDITOR OF TUB PICA.
VIWU KILLS .ft 'DUE
COOLEY IX A
DUE!.
COXSIDERARF.E EXCITE" EXT
JN THE JCRESCKXT
cm'.'
i
OTO.VOjrs Sl'EIXMI I.N THE WAI.
WOi: I'll TKIA I. CO .MM KNCEU.
MKIUCAI. TESTIMONY ON THE
fcFFECrrSOF El'IMll'SY .
A HItOTHF.lt AND SISTER FOUND
DEAD IN TIIK1B BOoM-sl'l'-1'O-sED
SL'IOIDK
ETC
ETC.,
ETi.
OKMTLKMEX OT tlONull.
lir.w Oui.hhh, .July 1. l'be Timn
ipocial from Montgomery ttati 'n, lli't.
lolppl, via Day St. Eouii', July 1, sayi
1 In the
Itl.ctt and Cooley duel, Judgo
CooUy wai Killed at tbe aecond Cre. The
pnrtlo. arrived at tbli place on the' tamo
train at 10 o'clock thlt mornini; Mr.
Khc.lt wai arcoispatiol by Mtir.
('narlet liliomtn and Dr. Brnni, end
Judi;j Cvley v.'i attended lv Col. Geo
WlCarterand M. McBae'o'ph
TUB WKAI"JK
Were dcubIcbarrelod rhol-guci, ono bar
rul loaded with a nii.lo ball ; dt'tanco 40
yardi. Tbo ground was promptly (elected,
dlttance meaiured, and tbo parties placed
in petition. At tbe fir it thn'. Hbelt'i
hot rangod liigh, nd Coolej'f to the
right. Co-oley delivered the ro firit. At
fecond fire both Crod limullaneoui'y,
and
CO0LKT ) ELL
Morta'.y wounded cy a ihot entering hii
left vie, and pmilng tpparnat'.y through
hit boart. He etpirod in C minute vrilh
out apparent .uflerincj, or.ly spoaking tto
word to Dr. Ilklllday
I am ;noT inr.ocaii Titr. nut astT
Tbe jentlemi-n engaged in the ediir n
clianccl the uual civ.li'i'in fK?r tbe lec
ond fir.-, ara tcprate-! w:th eipre,
lions of u.'itual ref ioct an 1 conjidarnti"!..'1
ICKiehll PlklKl'J.ili.
Nr.w Okla.s, Julv 1. Tb ever.lnj
Horald hni the following: Fo' nvernl
dnyi pait th' ennimntiity ha been much
eicited by tho iipprcbrndod Juel between
Col. B. H. ltbQtt, )rn editor of the
Picayune, and ci-J-idgo Cooler, loading
coumnl in tbe ; of Ilawkiiu vs. tho
I'irayuno. Tho f.ct-. "f the oontrovery
will lo hereafter elicited we prciumo, in
full. Sutlieo it for tho prcmnt to itate
that on last Friday Col. Bbett eont a
chatlnnge V- J.iJsc Co-ley, v,ii;..-h v.u
accepted by bim.
Tit L MCKTIN-C,
Uoweror, to ,bo postponed until Tues
day, on account of Cooley'i er.gaementt
to arguo tho rule for a new trial beforo
Judgo Hawkiui. During tbo eouni of tho
arxumont JuJgo Cooler, in opposing a
motion for u contiiiU'incp, rcinirked that
if tho caie went over till Wednesday
II r. UlOUT NOT HE AI.IV K.
To argue, and o it has turned out. To
day tho partioi left on tho Mobile train at
8 a.m., arriving nt Montgo-nory station,
whero tho duel occurred. It is a wild
looking place, no residence noarer than ;
of a mllo. In the case of Hawkins vi.
tho Picayune, ol which Col. Bh-itt in' edi
tor, in' h!i iCoo!oy') spooch for
the prosecution, Judgo Cooley
UAiie kbi'leltionn
Fpon that piper which called for an odi
torial in its next Usuo, pronouncing Hum
false. Cooley then udJrood a communi
cation to tho editor, calling for an expla
nation, v,hicb not being accorded ho fol
lowed it up in a public card, assailing Col
I'.hitt. A challenge jronptly followed
and thn rciult is now bofof our readeri
Judgo YVm. J. Couley win born in Point
Coup-ie, nnd wai the son of Judgo Thos.
J. Cooloy,
nr. war r.wi xrev
And graduated the fame year and at tho
4aine timo a Oor. Y'orhrei graduated in
law. Ho w ti nubsequently nppoinle(1 P'r
iU Judga of Point Coupee. Cooley hav
ln selected Nuw Orleans ai his place of
residence, was nominated by tho
DamocraU e their candldato for
for judgiblp of tbo Sixth district court of
tho city, to which position ho was elected
Mid maintained till thn roccnt election,
when he declined ubmltting his nauo be
foro the convention. At tho time of hit
ciiiath, Judgo Cooley was about A7 years
old. J udgo Cooley was a widower, having
married si Miss PlantirslgTC, who died
ubout four years ago. His only child is
now about ton or twelvo ycarJ old."
WAI. WORTH.
New Y'ohk, July I. In tho YValworlh
trial to-day after recess, Dr. Parsons of the
gjnjlUrly.
Dr. J. P. Gray of tyt Utlca aVylW U(.
( tifiod ai to tbo nature of epilepsy, mil I
iM acts lommltteJ by the prisoner aid!.'. '
j closed by ilnose, showj b! etso to lu -
on of iiurVnl ppjp'r. llli opiHioti v.-ai
In tod on the truth of tbe fact 'tatqd
i Thi cvlilancc wai cIoi.mI, and O'Conor ;
! commenced thU mornlog bli p"ch for
I tlio Jcfens, coMiimliig tho Kit of the day
I JUKI) piaii, I
llivrntnUK, July 1. DavIJ I lad;-j
locw, ai;ed rofty, n.J bit ilitcr, who r -ldcl
near till city, wero foonJ dead In
i ibo tanie room. The formr r wai poiioncd
, ar.J tho latter ?rai lian-riu t ) a bad p-.'t,
, a iippa)l mtkld''.
SPORTING.
COODSI'ORT AND 1'AST TIME
AT THE OIIK'AGO RACES.
.1 A M E5 (lOr.DON I5ENXKTT OFI'UUS
A KIVK THOUSAND U iU.Ml
I'VA'.K FOB A TWO.MII.i:
I'OOT.KACK.
ni' i.o jtver..
Ciih ti, .!;. 1. 'Ihti afteriuoii'j I
nt Dext'tr pirk dio a inucb larger
atl'-ndance than tltMe in tho morn'm. ,
nritwithttanding rain began falling ttWjut
I p in., and continued ileadilr till about i
i. Thp atiipbitiif aire wt rrmfortnlily .
R!ioil, and tho grand tand wa t,rm.i by I
evrI cirp o( U'IIm Tbc flrit rar for
a trotting purm of S2,'j0, lor bornu
which hud noer boaUn 'J:10, SI, 000 to j
flrit, lt.00 to teeond, 300 to third. '
and JJ0." to fourth. Thorn Wore nine on- i
tries and five started: Clementine, Al
ien, Hattio Fawcett, Chester and Gentle
man Joe. The rco was cm by Albert,
timo 2:35, 2:10 nd 2:11. The Jecond
rac for tbo trj'.tlnjj p'ir.o 51,000 for
hores that have never beaten 2:2.1; i'J,090
to first, 51,000 to ior.d, ?C 0 to tMrd,
iOOto fourth Six turt-d uut of eight I
entrtes. YY'on by Frel Hoopr la 2 ICJ.
2.:...'J-2; and 2:2".
rm:r. ron a voot-bace.
Net Tour., July 1. Jai. Gordon Eon
nott proposes to offer a piece plate, raluo
?5,000, as a prize f-r a two-mile foot-race
at Springtlold, Mr.siacbusetls, on tho 17th
ins.., open to under graductos of any col
lecoor uuiversity in the United States.
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FOREIGN.
t Mixirn'To.
Havana, July 1. The Tribune pub
llsho a mar.ifrato of the Fderal Repub
licans of Cuba, urging a union of all par
tie.', and calling on thej fnmrgenti, In the
name of tbo captain general and the ro
public, to lay down their arms aeJtcmJoy
the benefits of a republican gororllnumt.
Tbe Bep'ibh'-.ans l.aro appoints 1 a com
mittce to go to Madrid acd represent-
t Lr it. nAi-.,.hmatit aaflil rsi1.
in-in oe.or-, Kv.n.M..,aM. '. f
The politiiil governor has resigned, .and
wi'l return to Spain.
A M'LtT ASTint'ATKP.
Pari, July 1. M. Dufuare, late minis,
tor of the Interior, will introduce a mo
tion in the assomby to-morrow, for tbe
immediate consideration of tho constitu
tional Mils propoied by Prosident Theirs
before his resignation. It is anticipated
that tho Bight will split on this queition.
C'U-TL'n.D 11V THE CIlIMCSlt.
Caultta, July 1.--Tho. Chinese have
capturod Momota, a capital town of Her
man, northeast of Ava. Tbe place was
carried by tin afianlt, and there was groat
tUtighterof its dofenders and inhabitants.
TitArKLt.r.ii wAtisKn.
London, July I. The British consul
warns travellers to Egypt to avoid the
route via Tenice, as all steamers from
that pott are imarrantined on account of
cholera.
MISCELLANEOUS.
.NOT J-AIP.
Nkw Y'ork, July 1. Tb coupons of
first mortgage bonds, of the Uniou Pacific
railroad, wore not paid to-day, owitig to a
notice from tbo troasurorto postpone such
payment until th-3rd Instant. Tbo post
ponement is by advice ot tbo counsel of
tho company, tho government attorneys
baring suod out an injunction agalnit
certain bonds said to bo owned by persons
connected with the Crodit Mobiler.
HIE VUNKRAI..
Cincin-xau, July 1. Tbero was a very
large attendance al thu funeral of J.sso
Grant, at the M. K church, Covington,
Kentucky, to-day. A large number uo
companion tho corpse to tho grave at
Ppring Grorocemetory. Kor. Ohadwlcl:
proachod tho sormon. Gen. Grant, Or
vlllo Grant, and Mrs. Kramer wore tho
children of deceasod, present.
CASUALTIES.
KAILIIOAD wreci:. (
lUbTiuor.B, July 1. By tho breaking '
of a coupling, fivo pauenger coaches of
the through train from Washington to
Vow York, last ovonlng, wore thrown '
from tho track In this city, badly wreck-
lng the coaches, and senousiy injuring a
number of passengors. Dr. Groen of tho
rnWi States army rvss taiton trom a
coach Insensible.
THE CHOLERA.
SIX CUOLEIU DKATUS.
NA.nviLLi, July l.-Tho cnoiera
-v,i
. . .it. siIt Prnm
deatnt in v.y . -j -
I ih.r dlsiases sren. WeatUor farorable.
I No mi cum wpoittd. .
. iMh,-....,.. t ..am.a,m......,w...- A.it.iLVAryftt-c..... . U, , i i as isjMMtiil 1 '1 ii iiiiji 1 ' ' ' " lal-isa -ta . 18 ilii ' dt I -jfifly'-tmm -"iV'ii is' C -..AtitiiiiBi
POLITICAL.
I'KOCLAMATIOX FROM Till',
I'llESIDENT OX THE
TREATY OF WASH-IKOTOXt
A
Till: TKKATY NOW IN FULL
KHATION.
or-
f. re., t.tc, etc.
A IT.0CI.AMATIOV.
WAiiilsriToM, July I, Prostdent Gtatit
has iiiuc'l a proclamation announcing
' that he has recolred official notification
that tbo British and dominion parlia
ment bavo adopted tho necessary lotlsla
Hun preliminary tohwf. portions of thn
treaty of YVashlnglon pertaining to fish
eries, and to relations latweon the 1'nl
tc1 Statn and dnrn'tiiun going Into ofier .
and that coiiicuenttr ti ny aro ii full op-e-aticin,
a r .i i-1 a x r nr s :n i. td w u r. w n
AVill loave to-nlcht f.r Mtiwhuiett-
II will cper.il a moiitb.
1.VI ) latklt
Private "'Tetry to th pr.iJerit. !is r
turned from Karopo.
A privat" dipt h rrcelvd at WaI.-
lr.gton,anti" ince thai a duel mi fi.ugl.t
tt ly ?t. l.ouis, Misisipi, Oil m.irnltig.
between It, It. llhct', Jr., . f tho New Or
leans Plcay ine, r.r.d er-.Iudge YVin. H
Cily, In which Coo Icy was killed at tbo
ceooi.d lire.
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WEATHER. REPORT.
W'A'UivrTO.v, July 1 Probabilities
For Now Knjand riling tprnpernturc"
and wcitcrly winds, partly cloudy and
clearing weather. For tho Middlo atalus
and lower lake region, wind ibiftin to
ioutb.tt and northoast, incraiing cloud
nest with o"raional rain and rising torn
rerature For south Atlantic and Oulf
Mates foutherly winds with riling torn
peraturo, and numerous locnl ralos;
Fc.r Cppsr l.akus Incraasini; northwost
winds, cloudy and threatening weather,
followed by we.tcrly winci and clearing
wettber. F r Ohio valley outhcasterly
to so'jthwcitorly winds, rising tempera
ture. Viiih clouds and rain.
river'news.
Ula 1 roll or tho Nli.ri
For 21 hour- cndln; 3 p.m., July 1, 1P73
Aloc"
Chanircs.
STtTIOV"!.
water.'! BUc.
Fall.
i.
lioniivlllo
Hrumwlek
Cairo
Cincinnati.;..,;,
Confluence
Davenport
Eian-Wllc
Fort iteiiton . .
llernnnn
.lellcT-oii City .. .
Iana Cll
Kokuk
l..tCro
Lcaveiiuorlh .. -.
fee S:
7 -if
10
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...llN
..III
4!'
fii'
i!
i:
8!
lil'lllltOII-
Utile Itork.
.,mllllo...
Maricltn
Mcmpbl-
Jluiirantottn.,
Na-hllle
New Orlean
NewGcuoii.i., Oil City
Omaha
Padurab ....
I'lmbur-:. ...
l'lattiiuouth .
.Shreeport ..
?t. .lorcisls . . .
5t. Illllfl .
St. Paul
Vlckiburg . ,
Warvew
Yankton .. .
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Eiiwin Oahi.ani'.
Oberuer, Siitial nerMco, V. s. A.
Sr. LoL't", July 1 Arrived, Great Bo
public, New Orleans; Lal:o Supurior, sit
Paul; Bob BoyLookuk; City of Helena,
Vicksbuvg. Diparted, W D Smith, New
lWton; Julia Vicksburg; Hob Boy, Km.
kuk; ('inton, St Puui; Fannio I.hwU,
Missouri river. Bivor falling flowly;
Ileivy ruin this morning, and cloudy and
very sultry since.
Eouisvillk, July I.- River .t.-itionirr:
I feet 2 inches canul; 2 leet 2 inchos cl ute.
Weather cloudy and warm. No builnefs;
no nrrlvuls and departurei" except local
packets. Lucy Bertram from St Louis to
Cincinnati expected to pas up to-night.
Giencoe leavos lor New Orleans with a
good trip.
.Kvan.svii.lk, July 1. Clear in port;
mercury 73 to Ss; river rien S inehe-i
from Groan river. Dawn, Phil Sheridan.
F P Grncey, Hello Y'ornon, 'l'aracnu,
Mary Anient, CJuickstep. Up, Idic-wild.
Fityetto, Robert, l.ee, Chas Iloli;mn, all
with good trips, business trips.
Sn'iEVm-onr, July 1 'Wenthor cloir
and very h-H, river fcjl f inches. Ar
rived: ijouthwf-torn, Jell'erson, E II Dnr
ben, New Orloans. Dupartud: E II Dur
bco, Jellerson.
t'iNi.'i.vN'ATi, July 1. Hirer " fectOand
rls'ng Arnve-I : Charmer. Evantvlllc.;
Billv Cillins, Vicksburg Departed ! It
B Hudson, YVhoeling; Exchanje, Pitts
burg. Woallter olerrand pleasant.
New Omr.iS", July 1. Arrived: C
B Chur.h, Cliiuinnati. Depnrted: Uio
and brg', St Louis. AVeathfr cleir;
morcury f 9.
I'lTisni't'O, Ju'y I. Monongahbla four
feet Uoirchos and rising slowly; good
j.rojpe:ts f"r 0 to 7 feel water.
Nasiivimk, July I. Slight rise In.
l ivef to-day; 0 feot largo on shoals. No
mrlvali1 or departure?,
Vkt.iioi:i.; Julv 1 Down: Ilonry
Tuto. Up: Cltyot Y'ick.burg. Weather
clear and warm.
Little Bock, July 1. wealbor olcsr
ami warm JUvor falling with ieet vy
' gliUge
MARKET REPORT.
i
St Lotus July l;-Flour moro Inquiry,
. a fur inou sound ermli-s
no Impnmment in prleV beat oflSrings
are small, nt no"l?hn?",,l1 ,l?.U"ii.
tlon.; No area ia iw,"-"
at 11 25; N 3 $1 15 Curn unchanged,
No 8 mixed 35o' caih; sollor
.Iniv IMSll'Ac: August iJ7c; uib ami
;.u-y "r -,7- .,,,,,,"
lower iii v.-... - ; j 11 'lj',,
tnd htf duU nQ unCo.ngw. iui. nun
lRitTJ.lB': dritd suit moat nomical; Bacon
I tra.r, houldtn Tsjcj 0 " 3o W W
c; loo'e country clear sides "'(TOa, .Su-gar-curwl
hams llf.r 15c; Lard dull, coun
trrOJe: Whlikay ateady 83c; Ca'.tl.
t nchangedj hay rocolpti light, lulk sales
Sir-el lu.
Nr.w Out lAVfJfcjy I. Bran lower
C'&GTc. Hay MP at WGfll. Pork
dull, 16 Jr. Bacon urmer, "icVvjc; hams
13rA)oc; othors unchanged, stock Krk
18fi5; lard 270 kegs, bacon 1M7
cask?; tiuii t,S30 tierce; dry .1 .It mei ts
trjual to2 to tasks; sterling 20; sight ;
.premium gold l ij, cotton rUit, cood to
ordinary l.',c, low mljl llje, middling
lo'c.
MKMpnin, July 1, Colton Inactive;
trooii ordinary lCc; low middllni; 171r.
Corn slealy, Oo(.i)fiCc. Oats steady, 3'J(fc '
10a Flour dull; Bran dull; Corn meal
i'i Cj; l'o-k steady; hard dull unit in
active; Baon firm; sides ti'c;
1873 ' lf-73.
PoL'lfTH OF JYlW.
GRAND CELEBRATION.
PARADE AND PICNIC I
Hibernian Firs Company
.vo. i or nuto, i i.i.s
Cordially lnitr. fie pnbllc qcnctally to loin
them in celebrating that plorious clay. A
ersnd tuny U uxpoctc-il and all neccary
nrranu'"intnU, looSlns; to the coiiil'ort nn-l
injoyuivlit o( the portleipints, Isat breu
pcrfectcil. The celtT-ratlon of the day will
commence with a
GRAND PARADE
Headed by tbe
DELTA CITY CORNRT liND
In which the whole fire department ha
been Invited to tiarllcliutp. After the Pa
rade those deilroiib of attending the picnic,
wuicn win uc neiu in me
GROVES OF KEXTirCKY
Opposite the city, will find the new, power
tin imil commodluiw rcrryboat
'TUBEF. STATES'
At thelandins nrenarert totuketbcin acrot,
l'arenth c:an tako tliclr children nn-i tael
IKjrlectly aloln doing vq, a tbo Islsrts rattle
guirdit bt tlio new lorry tnaWc-c it fimply
Imp fstlble lor an ncdilent to happen. Die
boat is new, Kile anil reliable.
a mi: DAiNciXfi floor
Forty ieet In width by fifty In lenfilh will be
law on the ground, "no awiiiiat, o that
tho-o desliini,' to trlji tho "lbhi fantastic"
camlo ii to their hearts content.
Prof. I'iM'iiberK'ii celebrated "trlns band
will turnih tho iiiu.le for the occa-ion.
Ncceary refie.bment? will be on the
ground-. In abuiidatico. Come ecryboly
and enjov tbe holiday in good old picnic
ttIu. The dn'i feetivltica will end with n
G-JlSnD -BA.LL
AT
SCHKKIij IlALIi AND ( YHDEX
Fare, rouud trip on boat UvU
cMiildrcu with parent" free.
AdmU-lon to ball, gclillciiic-n, i sih. ..'--J cti
T. M. I.OVKTT, I
IIkniiii Stoui, iCoiiiiinilee.
0-20 td Y. II Simm-u, I
Fourth of July !
Git AND EXCURSION
UP THE OHIO RIVER
On tbo
ificent Steamer
T.F.ECKERT
The m itiager-j havo tlie plea-urn or an
noiinelug that all urrangemi-iitH have been
pcrrected lor Ihn grandest excm-doii eer
liuligurateil In alio, and It Is expected
hit In nil ft. nmmlnlini nt. comtiirl-c and
i'oneiilt-in cs, It lllccllp' any il prevlmn
ear-..
TIMSS 1AIII.K. I
Tim Eckcrt will lease oily wharr nt
o'clock a.m , touching nt the itolm depot;
l.e.io .Mound Cltv at !) o'elook a.m.
" (.'aleilonia "at 10 " "
" Metropolis at 12 " in.
Arrive ut l'ailueuli ut h'M n.lll.
Ili'tiinilng will l:ie l'aitv.eitli poiticly
al I p.m. . i
Arrive at Cairo at S:30 p.m. not later.
Tho cabin or till" excellent -learner was
bi-llt with poel,cl rorerenco totheacccuntno-d-itlon
or
EXCI'RSIOX VAl'TIES
And havliiL' vnrv blch railing on her ctianl"
and ilecli, eh'lilicn an- perlcctly cafe on her.
lltr commander
CAPT. 11 W. Dl'GAN,
To?clber with his plli:lent orJlccio aiul crow,
arepartieiiliily -ollcitoii- torihn Mifety ot
ml who may i-iiinutthomselscatii their cam.
Cmiipctcnt and trusty porter, will bo in at
tendance to take chargo of all baskets mid
parcel.
Arrangement luvo been mado for t-crv-lug
regular
DINNER AND SUPPER
On board the steamor, alao
ICECREAM, LEMONADE,
CONFIXTIONEHIES,
S-ODA WATER,
PLBlll'-Y-
FBl'lTS, ETC
00? SEATS
VOK ALL WHO COJIE.
rre for lh Hound Trip,
"7" -".-.,, naIadolll..41
i' roiin.niro,ouiui vivj
Kiom Metropolis. ;'.'Vi,.ifn,le.
Children under 15 years of 83" " price
j "
M g
DISINFECTANTS : 1
C 0 P J' I', HAS
i II 0
C A 11 JJ Q L A T E OF L
V I) It M A N G A
0A1U10LIC ACID
C JI LO RIDE OE LIME
V 0 Y J)
FOR SATjT! A.T X.OW
AT- -
BARiGLAY 'BBOTHBRS,
ID TJ G-GISTSi ,
"COHXEII AVASHIXGTOX AVENUE A XI) EIGHTH STREET.
AN1-
2TO. 7-1 OHIO X)HiVBJB
1-liMf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
CAIRO i
niiiiBillMlI
it
The iinl Cbarlct.U well .e vteic'y tnov.ii
LARGEST HOTEL IN
Ami In ah Iho annolntnients of h tlr-t-cla's
rlor In llm tato otitlde of Chlcaifo.
Tho Saint Charle-jl- built In the mo.t solid and fiibidantial manner ef lrick ut irou, li
four-toiie In hclshr, cxclunho of hauinent and attic, has a Irontage of ll) lett an the
iihlo ilrr, 12"i leel on Second trect audit wing for euliinry purposes ; Isln thooullrpK
ami will rotufortabl) .-crcomiiioil.itn 2C-0 giiet-. Is now doing a tine paying business, whlu
will bo larirels lner(aeil during the prr-ct year by the new railroads now kelog built lata
Cairo, and w'hoxi ilepot-i will bo In clo-.u proximity to thu house.
Pi rt e whhlng to engage In the hotel biisfnee. have now an' excellent opportunity t j
iHin lu-o the entire nroiiertv, or one-thlril lnterct with nianirement of the buslnta., In
cluding furniture, iiud gi-od will, on cry rea.onablo term, at low liuren, and eay pay--mcnta.
Address: ,
OrG. W. COCHIIAX,
II Pcnlldo Street, New Orleims.
Jl , l--n I fi II -o Aiu I an rmbllo
Cvl; " ' ,' ' 1 1 1 uivcr
: ' -i . "vi j -,ih pa ii ic'iuii, and
I.i in '.-toit 'r! J tho panaeoa for all
ex .'V 1 V'"juri'lM,('uk),T!uni', Hwelllng,
Sjiranii. iinilic, An &a, for M'an and
J.-t. No i.m.ly ihould bo a slun-lg ilay
Magnolia BaM
a rETi ArrucATioNd iukb a
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Ij lnr.1; Tagottbls, ana It operation la Man
aad felt at ouce. II doaa awr wills lb I'hubed
Apparano uusad by Ileal, rilltfuf. aal ticil
meot, ileal! and raaovea all DloWOM an nmpl-.
diiptldna dark aad tuialtbtly ipota. Urlvwir
Tan, FrtckUa. and BaobwD. and br lu nU Imt
powatrol uulaeao tnaaUe Uw tadad ctutk 1U
TOUTITUI, BLOOM AJTO IXADTT,
Bold trr tB DrriU a&d Fucr to. VSQ
RMtkti,llnIiik.
M 0 C II L 0 R A L U
T S K ,
N AT E OF l'O T A3
POWDER
E It E D CHARCOA ti:4
ILLINOIS. .
Mil:
in the leadlu; ud
SOUTHERN ILUNOIS
hou - .c, ha no compotior tu Cairo, aad u sapo
JEWETT WIIiCOZ:,
Caro of Tlcknor Co., ST. LOUI, ij
wjiuom iuiu A.mim'-nr. ic money
fundr.1 unltis tho .lntment it na reprv
K'jISl' ". BJlr...:AaA - tke srenniia
...-11 L iVI. f t . ... W
AlUbXAUtt LmQIEKT'-
IHUIUnaifT TIOBBT
IN MAN LINK
Ltr.r:ool .Naw-Tuca bd rMIadal'kia
Stoaiimhip Company,
roi roiTtiet ii vaiTBB iiAtaa a aaiTisa
oiiisanri
fur Carrymf t Uatla
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o fcris titcassAVUS-
VPPLY TO JOHN O. DA.L1, IsrV
IS Hrnadwaf, ll.rerk, aria
PARKER 4 DLAKK,
1IIUUII
WALL TAPER. PAINTf,
pssr. VstsassUs. Ua If ,
WUTDOW IliNS.
14 tha aalebnsa Ula
AURORA OIL.
Baoat-'LviLDiro oof , iirsj-r. ecir
MM0Uar4T.J
Oai? Itiaw.
Sold by all DrupriaU und Country BtoratJ
at 20, COc. and 1.00 pcrJPotUvpUiio
atylo, Uo of lxjttlc. &cg' ' i

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