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JOHN H. OBEIUjY, PROPRIETOR.
Itrnillits tnnliPi' ,n rtr-r.v page)
between wasllingigiian'i n mum.
Mcotltr i vory hundny .it ms n. n., mm s
similar "clioo! nl V. p. nt.
Prayer tw ctlng Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Sibbilti fit Mj a.m. and .1 p.rn
I'rayer mcctl 'g. Wednesday at 71 p. in.
sabbath School, :t p.m. J. M. Lanstlen, Sn
pcrintendciit. Itr.. II. Tiiayki:, Pattor
MLTHODIST.-Cor. Eighth ami Walnut Sts.
Trenching, Sabbarh t I0J a.m.. aid i p. in
l-raycr nicotine, Wednesday ,7 p.rn.
s.ibliuth School, ft. Ii.lll. L. W. Ptlllwelt,
mprtlntendnit. liBV. I . J.. I iioirsON,
CHURCH OK Till: RHDKKMl'Jt-'it.plJco-pal.)
Morning prayer-. Sabbath l'i a.m.
Evening pr trf, 7 p.m.
r'abbath School, a.m.
uk.v. i:. c'oa.v, Rector.
T. PATRIC K ClltniCll Nlutlt St. and
Public wrvlcc, 'a'bnth e:10 ami 101 a.m.
i pt, 7 p.m.
bfialh School, !! p.m.
Sen1c! every dav,o a.m. .
Rev. 1. .). O'U aij.oiu.Vi Priest.
T. JOSEPH'S CHl'HCIL 'German,) coi
ner ol Walnut and Cm tieet.
Ma-, every sabbath tit 10 o'elo 1; a. m.
V .l.tlKf. ' II. 111.
Man during week iWyc, s o'clock a. jn.
i!rv. i . Ioikman, Friot,
HERMAN LUTHERAN CHlll'-CIl-nth j
trcet bUwceit Washington Avenue and ,
Walnut street. .... , I
Vrr ir.Mii" SimJav mornm-' tit 10 o clocl;.
Sa'ibath school nt 2 o'clock p. in.
lir.v. c, Der.ictiHr.ti, PaMor.
VOFNG MEN'S CHKIrtTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular inciting rccond Monday
carli month at tliclr room over Rockwell
.fc Co'abookuore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rnjor meeting, Friday, U p.m. at
lb. room. ( 5tim."AT.IJ . President.
i-KUMI MISSIONARY P.APTIsT
tHL'RCH. Corner Sycamore ,ind 1 nrly
ilrt Mrrl. 1'rrirhUu: Mihbath at II
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. tn.
Sunday School I o'clock p. m.
ThfclmrchWronntcttil with the Iulum- I
Association, by the Flr' Mi--in.ir.v I Sap. i
tin Church ol Cairo.
1UV. Soi.omo.s l.roXAitn, rtor.
tween Walnut and Cedar. f
Services, bahbath. 11 a.m.
Jift'jDHIi fcuooi, J p.m.
(. hi mccta at y p.m.
i?j:cond riiKi: wn.i. iiAi,n.yr--ni-
tCf.nth street., hetwecti Walnut Mid l cdnr.
scnlccs abbat!i. H and p. in.
Kr.v. .'. Itici:., rator.
t'ur.Bwii.i. iivi'Tisr iiomi: -missios
HAIIBATH srilOOI.. I'nnifr Walnut
and Cedar Street.
nitaT KHKK WlU. IIAI'II-1 in I.UI j
Sabbath scuool, u n.rn
rn Ittltttl It'll t tl
p.m. .V .
Jtr.V. 1JI. nr.u.ti, iv'.. i
. . ,,. in t r f'lll'ITM
itra?,in,.H!iiii.atlL. loia.m. and . p.m.
I'rayer mcctlmr. vcflneuy i.tm.un.
rrciculiiSi fnnay cininic.
j,.mih School. 14 P.W. John aliiusn-r
-1TOND HAPTK1' CIlUKClI-l'ourtccnth
Sir ?t between feaw ...id. Walnut. '1 Ho
only llaptl't Chun h rccoirmzcd by the A-
hen "c ".Vablath, 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 1 : P-m.
! WnSt"Mllfii. A" ecSud Triday
Hi escU.month. Con-
CAIUU luw tit "-,,, third I
vocation at .nawmo v (
Tuesday ot cyerv mouth, M Uceu.
., vvaSDI'K I.OUOE,'!I-Mcet In Odil
A""UoV ' llall I.. Arttr;. bulMHiK. cvry
Thursday ovcuIhk at S o'clock.
K.,Ncrnor lohn U. l'-cvcil.".
COSOHf.s'dJIKN. , , , ,
tjcneton-KIchard ! OglC'y JUa A-
rcprV-cnlatlvo Hmhtcrnth lMrictr-Iracc
Mi'MltrRS OKNKHAl AbskMIJui.
t) J Haker or Alcxun.lcr.
statoN Attorney-Patrick II. Pope.
Clcrk-K. ? Yoetiui.
CIHCUIT ( lll'ljl.
V."-..- ' ; II Irvln
Xfm . Mnrtin-Awefor m.I'I reasnrer,
.lude- P. llfff;
. MoCritc mid S. Marehll-
"ci'ork-Jacob (1. Lynch.
(ioroucr-Jolin it. uoniaii.
Mayor John Wood.
t'omntro lor k. 11. l-uui".
Attornev-U. Watson Webb.
Police iMasWratc-l Pro's and J. J.
I IcaU h Oiilcer-W, Wootcn.
Mrm on. PollRO Foire A. C
i i. a I 'mi:iul
Klnt ward-Item Hlsby nn. J. M.
l'Snd ward-lU'rnian Meyf rn and Wood
lllThlXard-JoUuMei:wcnand K. )Cor.
'"fourth wd-C l Nel ' JI' ''
UvX wa'td-Jno. H. ItoWnwii and Win.
ai.i ..iimn im i' i",,f. uom f
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
TrnMioormicii Mt;itiui! mvh
TIIM .MI'HDKU OOM.MITTHI) liY
A ITItKliV ACCIDKNTAI, AIKHT.
WITH TIH2 ONLY WOMAN WHO
II KK A EST AND IIKIt CON-
rnss-ioN or iikk oj-ii.t
nn; Mriu)i:iti:i) man .ikw
lil.KV AND I'OUKKT-HOOK
roi'ND in ii
m:n stkuogli: roi: i.in:
a r.s. jia usual jiininKRitn in
CDNI'RS.SIOK 01 A jIUUDKlt COM
MI'lTlM) A YKAK AGO.
TUT. (.OOUKP II Ml lTEUT nvtLTKh.
.Ni.w York, July 11. In tho trunk of
Kito Stoddard, In her former boarding
place in Uroohlyn, vroro found tho watch
and chain, rinRt, locket and pocket-look
of tho murdered man. Tho pocket-look
contained -ix dollnM, tho preclto mm not
known to liavo beon in It at tho timo of as-
. . .... r .. - I U.I I .. n .
charged, was alio found in tho trunk.
,....., . .... I-...C. ii-..! ...
HUTU I! I.O UUUU. mi ll .iwuuai'i, mr
nhnrles Ooodrlcn. anil it u und-rtofl 'no
hwi mnd n full cnfc5on.
New York, .luno 1'.. Tin; doath of
Cnarlo ( Sued rich U no longer n mystery.
Ho was shot by Minnie Wulthnin, alisJ
Kate Ptinldard, on the night of thellJtcf
March. Sho wai nrroucl on Tuesday
; l&tt, and yeaterday the mudo a t" ill confci
I tion of be": guilt t tho police authr,rHio
1 IIC KA..II
l'..r tho murderer has been unremitting.
Not only has Ilrook'yn been searched, but
iow Y'orl:, Philadelphia, lialtimorc,
Vahingtuti and n countloes number of
fmll place! The primary o'.jeci of tho
Till'. WOMAN blOMJAHli,
Hut jo little wa known about har person
ally, that at tho oommoncomcnt thorn wr.s
next to nothing to work on.
Obtninod represented Kato m :i pleasant
luokinR blonde of " ), mod-sratoly full Taco,
sparkling eyoi, lij;ht complciicn, and
buoyant manner, while Kato Stoddard as
!i-retod, was thill,
Hut ono person who know hor psi
lively could i'o found, Miss Mary Ilundly,
but for moiotban six weeks after tho mur
der tho person was laid up in a flW: hod.
HIE mbetiso iir ciiaxu:.
Kato Stoddard was met by Mi.-s lliuidly
last Tuesday, as Miia llandly was noin to
.Se.v York, and Knto Stoddard was com
in(j from tlioro, when their mcHini; by ac
ci lent took place.
,s scon as fho met hur, Mils llandly j jrown wa, convicted upon hi own volun
30Knir.edar.il followed her till shiunet a Confotion of guilt. Ho lately pro-
. roopgnir.eour.a iouovu t -
,,0ijce oJIicor, whom sho induced to makn
h e. u hecame of tho first Import-
nnco to learn whoro sho had cotno from.
ThlB she docllnod to reveal. Ilrooklyn
was searched for a house ivliciion n womaiv
had boon uiiMlug ?inco Tuesday morning.
This ro.uitcd in thv di'covory '.hut in a
botito in" Iliclt "COt, between Joy and
I!rldgi,sni;h a woman had boon mining.
TUT. 10UNTP Al. KATK.
Tim woman who kept that homo wai
tnkon to tho station-houiio, and tndontU'd
Katn ns hur bavilor, and hud been ill ing
tlioro sine? April.
nn: fiti)Ui:i:i) man's jkw ei.ua.
Hur trunk was searched nnd in it was
diicovared thu property of Goodrich, in
cluding a watch and chain, a linger ring, n
peal and n poouot-book with tony uui
Inrs In bills, boliovct to bo tho Identical
money taken from tho murdered man.
lu addition to tho?a articles :i revolver
win found In tho trunk, three chamber
of which woro Wdud and thrco empty.
Thero wore tlioro bullets found in Good
rich's head. Knto coufcjsses tnat tho re
volver found in her trunk was the weapon i
with which Mm killed Goodrich. I'.vory
iirtlelo of property taken by har front tho
promises the seems to havo arefully ffc
Tiir.i-TUir,(ii.x ron un:.
i Sinco tho tragedy sho h.n h:id a terribl"
ftruglo for life, working at turns M ow-
itii' girl to maito inouey enough to b
Mw bread. At other timoi sho wns enmrallf
to eoll her rlotlioi for miUnanee, l;t ouri.'
Iv onoitgh wlillo she hm thus at tli-
orco of starvation sho kept tho Jotrolry
and money of hir victim lying nntotwJiod
In her trunk'.
SIiO had two trunk, both of which wero
taken posneision of. In or.o of them was
found an immcnto pelsar;u of Utters from
hor lather nnd mutlier. Theso lottors
ihovr that Iter homo Ii at Middlonnronub,
Mn'saeliuiMts; and her real nimo.
Arc carafully nnd kindly wrillcn. showing
tho old pooplo to l)o (nil of soliaitmlo for
the moral welfuro of thoir danirhlfr.
There ! riothlnr; at all to justify lh
uppoltion that thoy knew ot tho crime.
I u addition to theio letters from her parents,
two.vraro faund fwm (iodrioh, rnnbioc
nrrangoooti'.s to meet her. Tho lotter
will bo road at tho iniuert to-morrow.
TIIK WOMAN"'' "TATK.MKXT.
The followins; Is tho statemtntof two
woman hetsolf, to tho police: Sho hail
ben living with Charllo, as sho called the
deoessod, and wa grettly attached to him :
he wnntl to east her off, hut sho loved
him so much that sho could not leave him ;
' she on '.ranted on her know-, that he would
! allow her to remain, hut he was firm, and
in hot brutal, in hit trmtment of hor, and
tho Thurxiay before the l'ridny on which
tho bodv wis found, was tho
day llsod for her to leuvo him,
he thteatenict; her with all sorts of things
irslia dared to trouble hiui. bho remained
in the houM in Dograw streo', all tho pro
vions evening, and in tho morning when
Goodrich ?ot upshn oain bogged him
not to cast hor off. lie wi angry nnd in
n hurry and refused her requests r to
hotr her at ill; lio than went into tho
basement in front of tho house, and pro
oecilod to liht the ll<i'aore heator
located there. The murdere-s say siio
loved him so well that she could not leave
him. When she saw him ilotorr.iir.cil to
discard hor. sho worked horsolf up to mur
der him. She bad one of his rovoh ers in
her pocket, not the ono which tho detec
tives found lying at tho Iujuso beside the
corpse, and whilo Ooodrich was stooping
don "a one hai.J an I knoo
in tho act of lighting tho
heater, tho drew tho pltl and
extending hor hand toward him caM:
"Charley ' ' ho looked up nnd he shot hlni
three funis; theso wcro tho Intel wounds
which tho post mnrtiM examination di-
olu.-.l. Afir lm oommUloil tho deed on
Thursday morning, .alio waited all that
dav and night in tho liouso watching it
On l'riday morning ho had occasion to
go to Now York, and early that mornwK
sbotwashod tho fneo of tho murdered
man with u t""el which sho
afterwards wrung, nnd which also
was f.mad damp by tho po
lice. She it was who flod tho rorpso
as it wa when found, nnl after dmng thi'
flio went over to Now York after some-
thing, nnd was nuout to return in m
houe3n that Friday ovoning; she camo
over on tho Fulton ferry, nnd cro aho had
nut her foot on tho 'treet sho hoard tho
nowsbovs crying out : "lixtrn, murder of
Chnrlej'Ooodrich!" Sho bought a paper
r.nd returned to New York, and the rot is
v. s. m.vi:'-hau. Mrr.i-r.nr.P.
In .lorjoy City this afternoon about i
o'clock, John Stophenson, doputy United
States marshal, was stabbod and killod by
I,. Mitland, llussian sailor. The lattor
was arrested by Stevenson a a deserter
from a llusslan brig. As tho oilleer was
pasting tho corner of Hudson nnd Grand
streets, tho prisoner drow a sheath knifo
nnd plunged it int. tho ofViror breast,
causing dcatli in n fow minutos. No then
made nn attempt to cut his own throat,
but was only partially successful, beforo
loing arrested and disarmed.
New York, July 11. Jim Urown, m
gro, who murdorcd Mcsdamcs Do.ior and
Jonoi. two old women residing in Nonso
monk county, last .Tune, was hangod to
day in tho nourt-houso yard nt Suflolls, in
tho presenco of 4,000 or r.jiuu people,
tary conrnon or gum. no iai.
((jMeil lQ b.lV0 oxpsrienco t rollgious con-
j ver.loIl nn,i ,,tMed much of hi' timo in
version and ptssed much of hi' timo
Jiur.i'tn w ii.l i'i
Pini.ADKi.i-iiiA, July 11. .lames I!.
Ilolfordallas George' Mita Alfrod, (col
ored i, employed for the past three weeks
at Doyloston, was arrostod thorolnEt overl
ing on information given by a colored
man, whom ho mado a confidant, as tho
murdororor Dr. G.T, Alfrod of Kldorad",
Kentucky, on tho 27th of lr.it May.
pmn or ins wound-.
New York, July 11. Michael Korwin,
keeper of a saloon at 331 r.ast Thirty-soe-ond
Hreot, died to-day from stab wounds
inflletod on tho 17th of Juno by John
Mo.Manus. Korwin hud rotujou to ceil
liquor to McManus.
SHOT IN TIIK linV.AST.
Cisi'liiNATi, .Inly 11. Advices from
PikesvlUe, Ohio, say Jack P.ecd it young
man, was sin t f vleo In tho breast, In n
that placo last ovoninir. but
does not toll tho naino of his as-nllaiil,
tail what bccitmo ot nun.
Iu iiMONP, July It. Gno. Hull, negro,
was found murlercd near Chitokntucl:,
Nonsoinonk, co mty, yoilerdnv. Ho hud
noon shot Dvo timo. No duo to tho per
petrator A a win i. i ii 1. 1 t t- .
Julv 11. -William Lvnch.
who. fatally ehoUohn McKonnada
Vodneiday, U hold to avr.lt tlio rc-nlt
d Win Inquo'
GAIIIO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, JULY
FROM THE WRECK. OF
CITY OF WASIIINO.
THE COMPANY SKNDlNfS
STATEMENT OF OAIT.
MPS IN REUATtD TO
THE Tin: whom: nr.spoNsuui.iTY
hAII) TO HAD COMPA3Si,S.
TP.uninhr. acoidunt in
MINK NEAK ST. LOI'IS.
ron: mi:n instantly icii.i.ki).
KTC, KTO., HTC.
tub mincKnn tr.mi:ii'a pamknokiii.
II am i'av, July 11. All thn cabin pas
sengers and ahiit throe hundrM steerage
passengorsof tho wrecked steamer City of
Wa'hington, arrIvol on tho steamer Mas
tarr from Port Leber at t p.m. to-day.
Thoy were nil lran-frrod to tho stonmor
Falmouth for Portland, which ?aiied nt
i in; vtttiir.
fIiM-A, July 11. Tho iteorne pas-
songer of tlio wrecked etonmshtp City ol
Washington aro very cheerful under the.
circumstances, nnd saouiod to tako their
mlifortimo In -rood Ilftrl- The passengers
who romainod bohind to on by rail. Kov-
oral belong In Now England. Cupt. Phil
lip', and liii ofliccrs and crow, remain at
tho wrock until all tho steerage passengers
aro sont up here. Tho Mastrirr goes bsck
to Port Lclar for tho remainder of tho
steorngo passengers. They will he for
warded by rail to thoir places of destina
tion. Tho position of tho "learner is much
the tamo as previously reported
a r.ouna sua.
Tho ii was very rough yostcidny in
tho vicinity of tho wrock. A heavy swoll
from tho southward in tho morning
causod tho soa to broak with great forco
nnd violence across tho bar whero tho ves
sel lay. This i atiod her to lift and surgo
so much that nt : o'clak sho partod aback
tho forward wheel-homo, and alter tho
part, immediately loll over ovor and sunk
In 1 1 feet of wator, cirrylcg ono man
wUi It, who clung to a amall part that re
mained nbovo water, nnd was roseued with
I IC llRCAKEn
Modo a clear sweop. ovor tho oft pari of
tho wreck, which romainod upright. All
spars went overboard with n crah when
tho ship partod, coept the mUxcn mast,
which is still standing, "no of tho boats
in which tho ofliccrs and crew wero escap
ing from tho wreck, wa3 pwampod by the
luavy sea, but tho occupants wsro rescued
by a boat from thoStarr. Cap'.. Sheridan
has arrivod with bis divers and began op.
orations for saving tho cargo.
i AIT. I IIIU.II S' -TATKMHNT.
ll.M.ir.iv, Julv 11. Tho only state
ment Cipt. Phillips ha mado was to Cr.pt.
Dane, in effect, that he could only account
for the accident by tho rompasjes twjing
out of order, as bo had not obtainod nn
observation that bo could roly up'n during
tho wholo voyage, and thcroforo could
not corre-t doviution and local attraction.
He saw nothing to indicate a chango in tho
water till tho ship nruci;. lio thought
wiien thn 'ter.mcr first toinhed ground
that sho was on tho south part of Goorgo'a
shoals. lie lowered Ids boat and wont on
shoro to nscortaiu tho exact pavilion, anil
If ho could land tho passengors. Pilot
wero then procured who aided tho olliccra
nnd orew in landing thn paiongon, which
work was speedily nnd ntceessfully ac
complished. a mink linr.noii.
St. Lori, July 11. A ti rribio noci-
dont occurred r.t 10 o'clock this morning
at tho Firo cl.iv mines of Parker, P.ussoll
,V Co , about flvu mihis from this city, by
which tlireo minur vera killod and sov
cral wounded. Ono hundred men worked
In the mine at n lepth of lfo font. At
tho hour mentioned tho minors who woro
working in oncof tho lateral MiafUattho
iKittoiu of tho mine, hoard a singular
nul'e, and thinking another lateral passsgo
was falling In, they rushed toward thu
vertical shaft to escape, but had priicoedod
only a low yard when an Immense pieoo
of shto two Tea thlel; and tlftecn
vards long and tun yard wido foil, crush
ing and Instantly killing Jame Hunn, A
Judy, Thomas Piatt and Ned Kendall,
tho "latter tho superintendent of tho mine.
Several others wero badly injured, b it tho
names woro not bp curtained. Judy was
quito a youn? man, nnd has parents living
near Clairmonl, 111".
i vrr. .i.u k i 'ini.M
Four K i.amatii, July lu. Vm Yioka, j
C'al,, Julv 11. Thu mlllta-y commission
for tho. ttial of tho Modoc concludo.l lu
hibM yoiterday. Tho ovldonco for tho
is ol n partisan cimiHc-.er,
luavingno doubt "f tho guilt ol tno pru-
onu. No lluU c5l,u la t,", "ll,ul4 01
thoo who listened t" tho tllai, but thu
comniMon will find them guilty on
nhar-o- for which thoy wcro tried. Tlio
soldiers nr.il citlen- of tho placo nppoarod
t tako a lively intere-t in tho trial. Tho
r.1'0 '!0 nttuiilli-, nnu
.nc - .
, cmd f "IV vi-iioio up t.lu
on ..on for . Uco. t Vr ,
of den, reporter for t f Xllr.?"
this ir--tm, 1 r .
DECISION OF THE ATTORNEY
OENElUh IN RliOAP.D
MOliE TUOIJIilE IN POPE
THOOPS P.niNU OHDKP.ni) TO TIIP,
okki.i.y, hehai.d cop.iiuspon d
AitoiiNnv fiENJsr.Ai. nnciMo!.
Wariiinoton, July 11. L'pon the
quo.'tlon mado by Mr. Orton, prosldont of
tho Western Union Telegraph company,
the attorney general has decided that upon
linot o( telograph operating tiudor act of
July 21, 1S6C, officers and agonls of diilwr
ont dop'irtments ol tho government may
lulegrnpn each other upon official business
of rale fixed by tho postmastor general.
Tho attorney general has docidod tnat
tbo fifteen per cent. incroa;o of compeniia
tion of vmployoes of tho (ennlo and house
of representatives, as provided for by act
of March 3, ln, applies only to thoso
employed during tho Torty-socond con
crosf, and does not apply to persons
whoso employment In that capacity com.
raonrjd aftor tho 4th of March, 1ST :.
Tnoors Kor. tiii: west,
Wamiini.to.v, July 11. The superin
tendent of tho mounted recruiting sorvico
has been ordcrod to forward loO recruits
to Omaha from Now York, for tho Second
cavalry, another detachment of WO from
St. I.oni- depot to lo forwarded to l'ort
Union, New Mexico, lor tbo Eighth cav
airy, and n detachmont of 100 from tho
fame depot to Fort llay, for tho Sitlh
I'ul'l. I .lt,NT, AKkA.N-A.-.
I.i i tli; Horn, July 11. Heports woro
rocoivod by tho govornor to-day if troublo
in Pope county, caused by thu unwar
r.intod intorfcronco of somo militia oflicors
witli an cloclicn contest, mo governor
Immediately mutorod out every militli
i.tlleor in tlio county.
the i:Kf fTi' i.
To-day appointed Wm. A. Craw lord of
Slino, a brigadier goncral ot tho militia,
lie was farmnrly a CuuCAotata ,tanal.
The governor to-day I sued a prcr larna'
tion nnlerimr now roc strat Otis n tho
..... --"O .1
oiinticof an Uuren nnu Howard
Nkw York, July 11. -A Herald spe
cial says O'keliy arrived at .Madrid and
obtained his liberty nndor gt:aintei-o1'llie
London, July IV Thero U i-,mi(V-blooxcileinontin
P.elfast hi conscquenco
of nppreheiuioui of dislurbanees to-morrow
during tho parado of Orangomon
Tho authorltic havo mado sxlonivn pro
paratlons for tho maintaincnci of onbir,
an.i resolved to n't vigorously t prevent
a ro-cnartmontof tho reenes of last July
Ono thousand special polieemon havobnin
sworn in, and additional troopt have been
sent to tho city. Placards aro po'to l up
thU morning t-iguod by Wm. Jolinnton,
momhor ot parliament from Holfntt, dep.
rerating Orango iomon'tration.
A ROVAL MATCH.
London. July IL A marriagi hua
finally been arranged botwoon tho duko of
Edinburgh, and tho Grand Jiuohoss
Maria Aloxandownu, only daughter of tho
ouiperor of ltussla. Tho settlement took
placo at 1 1 o'clock to-nlcht. Tho duke
forcgoc tho right of tuccossion to tha
duchy of Siixo-Coburg, which fact in
volvos nn important political consMera
tion. TIIK Ml lit.
Viknsa, July 11.-In fonse'iuunio of
reports of tha provnloneo of cholera In Vi
enna having reaehoil tho shah of Persia,
it is probablo ho will return to Tohcran
without visiting tlio Exposition.
I OllI OORIiON.
Mn.w.u kee, July 11. A Mirinn.ipli
spi.eiul says proceedings lu thu (iordon
oaso nt Fl. Garry dovoiop facts which
materially chango tho complexion of af
flr. U has beon all along understood
that tho Amorlcan partiiii wuro arretted
by Manitoba ollleers, on tho tho Hrit'uh
soil, but tlio ovldonco provei that tho r
lost waa madu south of tho lino loc.ited by
tho now boundary survey It la expected
I that tho friondi of tho prisoner v;ill at
oncu apply to tho American authorise' I
nnd demand their rolnaso of tho Manitoba
MTK i a i. xow t.
New York, July 11. -Tlie chairman of
tho Sti'dt Uxchango thU morning Issued
iho following iMlie'i to uii'inborn of tlio
board: Norton, Hli's A. Cn. havo boen en
joined Jrom ti.iii'f rnrg I'nlou I'aclilc
eteok In the name of poriuin rocontly
publlshod us bondhoUloie, and suoli l"e
i nt good dullvcry to purchasers.
WAtilliNi.toN. July U.-Probabllitioi-Saturdny
for Guif .tales mutherly wind,
1 h ., Kir lilll Mr UI
blfhor teiiiiMiratiiro. inernaiing iiuuume..
- ,.r , ho South Allan-
t,c slates northerly winds with local rains.
. For Middle and I'l-ru Matet northerly
winds, partly clear and cloudy weather.
I'or lako rogion nnd Ohio nlloy winds
generally Voaring to corthoa:torly nnd
'outheastorly, v.'ilh risinr; temperature
Tor Upper Lakos nnd Northvrc't falling
bnromctor, southeasterly winds, Increa'lng
possibly to brisk nad high, with chudy
weather nnd numerous local wins, nnd so
NAStivtr.i.i:, July 11. Fivo doatlu in
tho city to-day from all eausea, all of
whom wero colored. No cholern cases re
ported in tho city.
Tour deaths In Chattanooga to-day.
None from cholera.
QMKMriiif, Jury' U. Hutu interments
to-diiy from nil disoapes nnd nono from
illxt an I I'll 1 1 ol Hie IIUitn
For 21 houiM endinu .1 p.m., July 11, l!73
water. 1 JtUo. Jalk.
. ;sii 2 i
liooiivlllo ... . .
Kurt liuntoii. . .
.Intrcrson City ..
Kan-ai City '. . . .
Leavenworth . .
Louisville .. .
New Geneva.. .
P.iducah . . .
shrcveport . . .
St. .loM'ph. . .
10 7' 7
. . ..i
. . . 2.i
Ub-ervcr Sleiial Service, I). S. A.
Cin. f-NATi, July 11. Hivor falling,
Departed, Anito, Wheeling; Junlcatu,
Pittsburg : Phil Shoridan, St Louis ; ccnI
boats with coal arrived, half number pi's
Ing down: Coal City, Sam Miller, Yetorn
No 2. Panther, .lames lllucl:in"i uion,
UUiwcU I'.rov.'ii, l.auo V.rio Nn J, itipsy,
l iner. t tiir 1'lav. lorn Kceso, iseny
tjpuar, l.ua, .lame, uiinioro, .loun retry,
'""'i "'""'l . r ,..,
1 . 1 - i. ,n,.nu .1
Weather fair and
LoriswtM', July 11 Hiver falling
with " feot l Inches canal, 0 foct I inchm
ohute. Weateer clear anil warm. Hiisl
ncij dull. Arrived Diamond, Samp
son, Pre I Wilion, Pittiburir: Sam l!.'t.-rt,
Pomoroy. Departed Dirm..n 1. Pitts
burg; Koberts, St. Loui'
Sr. Loi rV, July It. Arrived- Johnson
Keokuk: Julia, Yick'burg; Lako Suporor,
st Paul; "John" S't Paul. Dopartod :
Johnson, Keokuk; Clinton, St Paul; Hollo
Momphis, Momplii; Lucy Horttam, Cin
cinnati! P.Ivor stnti'innn Wontbor ia
clear and very cool.
Ev anh IU.K, July 1 1 Weather cloudy
sinco noon, now cloar an 1 warm; mercury
t'.j to ?0; rive.r rlson 30 Inches. Down:
Marv Houston, Charmer, Tarascon, Mary
mont. I n: Pavette. P.obort', Hollo
Vernon and ( J ilcksteiv, business flr.
.vitvn i.K. July 11 No nrriV'ils ; de
palled, Ada Hollman, Evansvllln; Ella
Hughes, Cairo; river fulling with 5 feet
scant on tho ehuuh. Weather ha.y nnd
YtcKsnaT.o. July 11 Duvn, Glencoo,
.Inn1o Howoll, Crescent City. Up, Uh
marck, James Howard. Weather clear
and warm. Hivor falling.
-Mkmi-iim. Julv It Hivor ri ing slow-
ly; weitlftir cloar nnd warm, Arrivod:
Oity of Angustn, Whito river. Dopartod:
City of Ilnlenn, St Louis.
New ().m.ENS Julv 11. Arrived,
Richmond and H. U. Ye.iser, St Louie
No departuro'. River railing an.i mer
SlliitEVKPORT, July U. Clear and
vcrvhot; Thermometer HI. Itivor fell o
inches. Departed, Lot-is Nn :. No arrl-
Liiti.i: lto. it, July ll-CUidy and
warm. Thnrmoinotor s- River contin
ues to rii.o by guairo with s fent.
PirTHniiio, July 11. Mi.nongahuhi
falling; foct 11 inches in tho channol.
No arrivals or departure.,.
Nh Yoi;i...luly II. Flmirjlrmur I'm
ihipplng gniiles, super $. I'Jfn '), u mi
nion to gooil JO 10(.i) 10; good t i holci
jO lfr'7 "Jr.; white ivhent, etm, J7 I ')(
Wheat hlgliur, moderato Mipply, No i,
Chicngo, spring fl Ol'-.l B"; mlwl Chi
Ryo dull, Wiwturn; 7r,i, stdleM nt .sc.
Corn, source and llrmor, fair demand,
ctcntnod mlxiwl fif-fTViSf; canal, 6?0lr;
yellow wustern, Olc.
Oat, Iwh actho and iiii.'hiingnd, now
western mixcl, OSigHGc; white, iWi M.v
Colleo, quiot anil uleauy.
Pork, lower, nuw 'iiusr, lHlal'
lluof steady, mu U0le; extra, ' '
'"Cut moan, qu el and firm; ham;' Mi'
s tr- shouldem OfiOtie; mlddloJ 'Uiul.
long clear He; hoavy do
l.ard unlet, v.eiti.rn tonm
ft I.l01. ,
Sr. Lot-is duly tl.-Flour inact.vo
nuu UOW......K ... n . . , .
...... 1,1.. 1
ton closing unsettled ;ibliao sackod.
Ryo anil nariey iioiiib
Pork In domaiid Hid Itlllo olloriiig: nip-s
ini)rysaUmoi.U itilT; saloi loose. Clear
rib bQ spot. Shoulders at Galoua ic,
bacon houldcrs .rco and In demand,
,; s-o I I SI 30i do No l OIJ; now nrtored unfa when required by abjttacli.
I imt mostly danii). , ply to
iviiiTiml Levee sis.. Cairo, 1
Mriiniif itllll llllil ll t S 1 ' - inlil IU I'll irJUlCVUt "M1 "iswim -
I'nrn 1 rin: :io a inuvu .iuiiuiu.t, "
. 7 ,.' -xnkud No 2 whlto mixeil, Olio. .nine
. . x- .1 ,i,....i "nmnii. 11 ova. -- - rrrrrv
blither; cloar rib firm: ihoulddtrt Rl2at,
cush; fcSoptembar clear rib: SspUmbe!
tuu uienr,- unajiuc cain,
Lard dull, winter 8c.
Whisky stead v. 69c.
Caitlo quiet; good to choice 4(JgSJc, los
llosrsnulct. IfWI 33.
New 0p.lea.s6, July tl Flour dull
XXX family $3 609 60.
Corn carce; mlxod C6c; yollow C3c
white, scarce, 07c.
Oats, ilrnier, 41013c.
Hay, firm; prlmo $202J.
Pork, firmer; hold at $17 CO.
Dry salt meats, scarce; shoulders 6c
bacon, scarco, lt10JlOc; bams lt(S
Lard, firm; tierca 8 7G; keg $10.
Sugar and molisso', no moYement.
"Whlikey, firm; Evinsvillo 01c; Louli
lie PO; Cincinnati 5Cc.
MEMl-llli, July U. Cotton bold flrn
but demand light; low middling 18c; n
ceipis j,iuir, suipmcnit suu.
Flour steady; suporllno?! M,
Corn lirrn; no sales,
Oats Arm, mlOc.
Hay llrm. $21.
Corn meal higher, $'2 JJ.
Pork and lard quiot and unchanged
Itacon firm and unchanged.
John 0. ltarman. Chw. Thrupr
JOHNQ. HAHMAN &CO.,
. . ... . m - a rf- Tnhi
CONVEY AN OKK8
l.rilt Cr. til SU MS. nu a u m
OlTrr tor sale at low figures and eaty term,
tho following real estate :
No 1 An elegant cottago. corner TwelrtJ
ami Locust HrecM, Is 27 and 28, b 1, third d
Lot nboyo grade, ft lota !",;,,
iuijivil im uTj .i'u(i. uiuck; "those loturui
through tbo block from fifteenth to Six
tcenlli strecte, and tho best rc.-ldenco prop
e.riv In the cltv adloinlni: property hlifhr
Improved. , ,
.No 2 Lot.s3 mid I. b 15, city, Washlngto
aioutic, between Thirteenth nnd Fourtetnt
Hlicft-1, west side. Good two-story bulldln
on each lot.
No a Also, vacant lot 5 anil 0, adjolain
tho above. Lot 1 1, b S3, cltj
nn Sixth street. south slili
between Commercial ana niniOKton avt
iuk'S will be sola m tracts to suit purcnase:
very low and oaeasy terms.
No t Lots 7 ami t, b.iS. corner ot Fou
tceiith mid Poplar streeta, front on 1'opli
ntroct, WLit nlitc, opposite po)t-offlce blocl
No & spleudld business bullJlmr, ret
denou In i-econit utory, 0 rooms, hall ill
trout and rear -lalrway. water on both floor
In number one condition; situated on norti
west corner ot Commercial avenue ac
Twullth street. A great bargain If so
No 0-I.ots 1, 7 and 9, b 22. city,
(?(nnnier..ijl iivuiiuc. betvuen tourth ar
Filth streets, Lots 20 ana 21, b 23, city, S
Waiditugtou avenue, between Hltu iu
Sixth streets. Terms cany, price low.
No 7 Lot H, In b IS, on Nineteen
street, between Commercial aieuuo al
I'onlar street a great bargain. Lot 2.', b t
1, .i,l on Waslilnirtoll avenue.
No S Two vers deslrablo buslnc houi
and two lots, on sixth street between Co
.,,r.,i,i ,i, i u':ihimrton avenues, will
solil at tcrim to pay purchaser runtttl or
per cent cn investment.
No U.sx lotH lu b , 1st ad. Hi
irroiiiid. j200c:ich on e:ny payments.
No 10 Lots 1 and 2, In b 6 liurth corner
Tenth and Levee streets. Host bulne lo
tion In the city terms eay. Lots21. 22 s
2:t lu h 1!, ht ad., south corner ol Twentli
and Poplarhtrrets. AUo tlireo lots in col.
hou-e block, fronting on Poplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence
nortkcuH comer of W alnut ana Ml
etiuetj, with two lots cry Ueslmblo pr
trJ?o 12 LoH IS and !!, I 70 nouth Hide,
1 Twoiity-flwt -ireci, oiiposlto "Convj
I Rloeli ,s very de-lrablo lor residence p
lO (WiV Will 11,1, l U 1 W.I UIIIIUI
rji fiiire-iimler cultivation; home-and b
Komi orchard, bearlug tree-; running wi
through fai m abovo overilow. tine ijuai
mile Hum i-tallou and depot nl Cairo A
l.uuls rallroail. will uu eoni on eayiu
fur J12ircr acre. , , ,,
Noll Ten ot the choicest Ion, In hi
:7, lut addltlou, above trade, beautiful r
deuce location, will bo rold at u great I
guiti. Wu call particular uucuiiou iu
oronertv as It will bu eold very low.
' i i vh niANCK rou i.nvestmknt.
hi addition to tlie foregoing we offer
:ile. or lcao. a larun miaim-r ui yacapi i
... ..i.i . ....... ..t ,,it, i.iiv. iiniiirHeinie
111 lllliuieiii. i'i " "
1 biMncs- mid rexideuce property. j
In uiilmproieiJ unus, o uim ,
.,, i'..r..- In Alexander and. I'uL
iom.., at prices iwmy-fl
lcracre, un.. t, ,.j
,,. nii'ina-cn in it v.i.i." -
, , "1" " . '-.u u..t , Alexander ainU
f'?r " ",.' 7r ih hale of w
.i.'iMiis. win no I'Oiu cij iu".
mis hilbltH, Willi a vcrj
...nn.... ivin in it ic.Y jx.i. mvvw.
"".';.'.. .. ..M.liietivn lami. Wo
pas and ileiriptlou of all land, otl,
lor aiu uim "in t .""7,1
purchasers the pr-yorly. ' '
Mil. v.. . - ' , 1
. ........ ,,.,1 uiiimlv ot nure Nitrous (
iv,r thn tviinlem extraction of tet
tuo ibi-utal Rooms ot Dr. Pouglw. iuc
10 lr A. 3U AUfH", t.iiii'i
1,' IX 11 MILAN