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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPR1ETO
Mtmllsssr matter ub e-verjr pesje.
CUKIST1AN CHUHCH-Klphteenlh rtrcct
ouiwcen Wo-liltiKXun and Walnut.
Meeting eurr bunday at 101 a. in,, and 8
Humlay M-bool at 3 p. tn.
Prayer tncr Ucg Wednesday evening.
I'itKailYTKIlIAN JCIihth Hlff..
Preaching, Sabbath ixt Ids H.m. and 7' p.ta
Prayer mediae-, WednenlRT at 71 p. m.
.-tahbath He hool, 3 p.m. .1. M. Lannden, Su
perintendent, Ukv. II. Tiiayek, Potior
MKTII01I3T.-Cor. Eighth an J Walnut Sbs
l'f-rrilni U.I.I.Btli .t till m ?
v"egi,e. in satis k VJ 4-.llee It IV I l
Prayer mietlnir, Wednesday. 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. atlUwf U,
ruieiimrnueuv. uir. r. l.. ijioMreo:(,
tUUKCU Of TIIE ItEOEEaB-?lco-
ornlng pray em. Banbalh 10J a.m.
I'vetilng prayers, 74 p.m.
Eabbetli achool, 9 a.m.
Ituv. K. Coin, Hecio.-
LT. PATIUCK'B CHUHCU-NlaUi SU and
V asttUglbU AWOUC.
1'U lie nenlce, Sabbath 8.ll end 10-i e.a.
tl,.cre, 7 p.m.
babnath School, S p.m.
Service every day, H a.m.
lUv. 1'. J. O'IIalloiiaw, I'rlcst.
T. J03K1'U'3 CHUIlCH.-'Gcnuau,; cor
tierut Walnut and Cron streets.
Hats, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. la.
Verptri", J p. in.
Maw duriux week devr. 8 o'clock a. tn.
UKV. C. llofKMA.V, Priest.
street between Washington Aveuue anil
Preaching dunday inormng at 10 o'clock'.
Habbatb "school at If o'clock p. tn.
iUv. C. LHJKHacu.NCK. 1'astor.
t'OUNO MEN'S ClUUaitAN AdaoUA-
TIO llegultr meeting aecond Monday
eavli inoulb at Uiclr room over Uockwell
& Co'n bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer taenllng, Friday, "t p.m. at
,L. W. 3TH.LWEU, President,
SECOND M18SIUNAHY BAPTIST
CHUHCIl. Corner Syeauiore and Port-
Ural Direct. Prcacbtug Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and J o'clock p. m.
Sunday scUool 1 o'clock p. m.
Tlie church U connected with the IllinoU
Am-ocUiIou, by the Plrsl Mlrrlonary
tit Church ot Cairo.
HkV. tiuUMU.I LEONAllb, I'artor.
&FK1CAN MKTIlUUldT.-KounecntU, be
tweeu Waluut und Cedar.
atrtlcex, sabbath, 11 a.m.
.Sa'ibaU School, li p.m.
CUu tnceU at ii p.m.
BECOND KllEE WILL. IlAl'TWT'-Kll.
weutli street., between Walnut and Cedar.
bervlcea Sabbath, li and '6 p. tn.
KjftV. ItlCKi, i'attor.
rKKK W11L UAITUI' HOMK MWSION
bAUUATU aCUuUL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar StreeU.
Sabbath rtcbool, 9 a.m.
FlllsT r'KKK VI1.L BA1TIST CUUUCU
berrfcea, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. A 7t p. m.
Uev. Wm. Kku-kv, i'iutor.
KIUST MI8SIONAKY UA1TWT CUUKCU.
Cdar, between Ninth and Tenth HU.
1'rcachlUK tiabbaUi. iut a.m. and 7) p.m.
frayer ruUiu. WUiiWay veiling.
1'reachluKt Krlday evening.
faabbath school, li p.m. John Vanliaxter
and Man' Stephtui, Superintendent.
Ukv. T. J. SuoKKt), l'ator.
SKCON'U BAPTIST CIIUHC1I Fourteenth
btree t, between Cedar and Waluut. The
only laptlat church racoguUed by the A-
Serrlcei, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 8 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Krv. .Ucob kaiji.v, fcl Jer.
CA1KO COMMA.NUEKV, NO. 13-SUted
Aerably at the A.ylum Maonlc UaU, Ural
and third Mondays In each mouth.
KAlItO COUNCIL, No.W.-KeBUlarConyo.
cation at Maaoulc UaU, the (ceoud rriday
In each month. .,
CAIHO C1LUTEK No. 71.-IteKUial Con.
vocation at Mawnlc UaU, on the third
Tuesday ol every month, ....
jAinu l'ouue, So. aw & a. "rfff:
lar kmmunlcatlon at Maaonic UaU, ue
tccoud and fourth Mond)of each month.
ALEXANUElt LOUUE, W-Mcets in Odd
Keilowa' Ha'.l, in Arter" bulldlcR. etry
Thurmlay evening at B o'clock.
Ouvernor John L. HeveriUg:
fiecrcury ol SUle-Ueore II.
Auditor of SUto C. t. Llpplm
aute lreurer Cx-per iluu.
DLIU T li LM.I1
Kcnatow-UlcUatd J. Ogltftby and John A.
l'0.!'in, iMi,t..iili nintrtek lance
MEM11EU3 GENEHAL AS3EMULY.
..rtrr?: air. in the wth dhrrict.-
Joht. 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math-
einntor tor iuu uumvj;
Judce D. J. Uaker, of Alexander,
butc'a Attorney-l'atrick U. i'ope.
Hiiuriir A. U. lrvlu.
Wm. Martlu-AraetBor and Treasurer.
B. McCrtU and 8. M.rchU-
on. . . ... , ,.
Clerk Jcou u;
Coroner-Johu U. Uannun.
Mavor John Wood.
Comptroller L.U. rullU.
Attoruey-ll. Watwn WcW,.
l0Uc"lg'te-, Uro and J. J.
lUlrd. . .... . , iinii.,u'm.McHclo.
rmmMoK J- Guillen.
lleultU OlUccr-W. Woolen.
Mum "era rolico Torce-A. Cain HMvcnt,
t Wh Itcttittp, I'M lip Holm, Ch. Meaner
i II t l-JllKltlT
Klrt wurd-Ulrain HUby nd J. M
second ward-Herman Meyers and Wood
fll"hlrdwurd-JohnMcEweuar.d K. Kor.
afjer.. ...m. ,.i m. .1.
K-i'irth ward u, i'.
1lLl?Ml!,l);.V,!tno. (I. lloblnson und Wm.
OAIRC i AND PADUGAH
Th'j i plead til iwndft
Uiok Fowlib, Captain
Ueavoi Cairo DAILY, (BundayoKceptcd) rt
1 r l.a M . r u v Atr't.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin
I'UUUKKDISOS IN TIIK CASE
Ol' u OK DON AT FOJtT
I'AHTfUUJiAKS OK THK
JtKST OF TIIU LOUD.
TWO KOIIREH?? HCNO UF UNTIL
1 111 l ISA 11 LK SAFETY OF TIIE
ouuiu UHHU MUKDKI'.KI'..
UURDEROU.S MoniU McCUACK.
COUNTY, KEN fUOK Y.
toiiu ooauo.f .
Sr. Paul, tJis huso ta, July le. Tdlo-
graphic communicatloti vMh Fort Grry,
wnicu nai oyen Intorruptod by recent
itornit, bai again boon opened, enu brings
a Mport of the opening proceeding In the
Gordon cao. The prlioners were ;ach
ernlttd to make statement.
MB. fLKTCHEH'a 3TATKMEJI7.
Ho corroborated the story m told bv
Mr. il'jrrlatu, acd denied that La was ac
cessory to tfco arrt of Gordon. Hp be
lieved Lochncn at.d McN.lr's lecal opin
ion, that ull proceeditii wro correct; ha
took no actlun that thuuld criminate hlrn;
hu wui tmuly aiked for advlrc
, r. " "
ting u team and tbo whereabout of Gor
don; he bad abundant titno and opportu
nity to ieaTu before, If la tad wished to,
but did not know bo had done anjthlca
violating the law.
CAlTAtX HAY'S STATEMENT.
He said ho hod boen requested by Mayor
lirackf tt to gtt n man to go to Fort Gar
ry and arrest Gordon met Druckett,
Kobcrts and others; In tbo evening they
Kve me tbo papers for tbo arrest, and as
serted that they gave rno full power to ar
rest Gordon whoreovor I could find him;
I bsllitvod UracLutl my official aupurlor;
ho nave tn letters to Kttuon, Ilurbank,
Bently and the consul, together with a
letter of instructions, and $200 for ex
penses; Itoberts told mo I must be carelul
In arresting Gordon, as ba Trent wild, and
would shoot me if he got a chance; Hub
erts laid lie had sent, to Toronto tbo
papers which he gave me, but Gordon had
drawn a. rovolver andgotawav; tbo p.
per was addressed to tbo consul and con
tained tho legal opinion wbtcb w) given
by Mr. Taylor ; in case Gordon should
be token from mo, Koberts told me to gut
an officer to arrest him at Fort Gtrryif
neceiaury, so Gordon could not givn tae
tho slip; uveryono eoeemod to think 1 bad
legal authority to taku liiiu ; 1 never
was promuod any rwnrd fur
the nrrcpt. or knew of any
eing oflured; I bad no under
standing about tho compensation ,
look the orders of Mayor Urackelt ns a
matter of duty; I requestod Kogan to go
with me, making no agreement for com
pensation; arrived here Ju.y 2 and enl
search of Fletcher, Datitly and liur-
bank; ehowod tbo leturs and Kgal
pinion of Lochner; ascertained Gor.
dun was ct McKay's ; secured a team
to co tboro; when I first took
Gordon I told him 1 had papors for bis
rrost and he was tay prisunur; bu tried
to break from rno and culled assiituuco ; a
man came at us wiiuacbufr; Hi.t'gan dmw
bis revolvor and told him to stand back ; I
ururr uo revolver tit uny tlnio ozcopt
when tiring nt it mark with Iieuscn and
Keegan ; did not have a rifio at tho time
of arrest; showed Gordon tho papers, and
told hia it was copy of a bond at Nuw
York ; I feared a roicuu and bad no tlmo
toexplaiu; neve: told him I arrested bim
In tbo queen's namo; only useJ noccssary
voilence In tba arrest, Fletcher was col
present, tnd did not glvu any o.'durs ; was
not under his direction at anytime; 1 sup
posed it was all right, or 1 need not have
allowed myself lu bu arretted; Gordon
wanted me to go from tbo pruvtuco after
our arrcal, and uttered me 60 sovureignt if
1 would go; this was after Mr. Uradley,
Ihecuilutu officer, bad left; be wanted me
gel tbo money which was stolen trom
him; I said to bim J would go to Fort
Gurry w.th him, and thought uiy papers
would bold him inure."
This Biatuuivut clotej tba examination.
The arguments tnuy follow lo-morrow,
when Uuti. E. M. Wilson will probably
ue uuuru euowiug itio common law right
ot a bail to tU Hurrender of his princi
pal. Ureal exviiuiuuiii pruvnlls in regard
to the mutton of tho attorney general for
an attavbiueut upun (lulled dtaius Consul
Taylor for alleged contempt of court.
Attorneys for the consul appear at
overy session. The judge has nut inti
mated his decision on tba motion to at
tach. It is gouerally thought the attor
ney general intendud the whole thing for
buueome, but lie explicitly slates he lias
requested the Canadian auiboritiei to ap
ply to tho Washington authorities for
Taylors removal. It teems evident
Clark blundered In his Insult to the con-
ml on Saturday, wbon liio card was pub
A BTBANOLtD COKVUISIOH.
Milwaukee, July 18 A Greon Day
jj. j ... mj
ipoolal o lbs MUrf uk SwUmF layi
the two men wbo rolbud Uicklnton & Co
I and other?, at Hew London, were caught
at Sbawana last nigLt. A vipilanco com
mlttooof CO citizms took them from tho
shorlff, to tbo netrett tret, put n noosu
round tlielr neckt, and bung them till
tboy confessed wbero ;he goods and money
IHCjCEST OU CHBH. CBMSTlAN.
80CTU Ukxd, Indiina, July 18. Tho
coroner's Jury bare held tbelr Inquest
throe days over tho murder of
tbe Hano, Chris. Christian, and
thoir vordlct charts the crime
upon John Duffiuld, who tumped tho city
oa WednosJay, nod is cow probably safe
In another stato. Tbo elate of Indiana
makes no provision to follow and arrtt
criminals, to that bo fill not likely ba an.
A W'CBACKIH C0USTV MOD.
LUleviLLC, July 18. A band of dis
guised men vl.lted the bouse of Daniel
Galbreitb, a wealthy larmer of McCrackon
ounty, Kentucky, a few nights since, and
demanded admittance. Being refused
they sit Cro to tbe bouse and furred Mr.
Galbrlatb and bis brother outside, when
tbe outlaws Crcd on them, severely wound-
ng Galbreltb. Daniel Oalbralth llred at
tb5 parly, It Is thought, killing one man.
ho reason Is asslunod for the attack.
:ENATOR OAMEHON'S HATRED
OF SPEAKLU BLAINE.
DECISIONS OF THE ATTORNEY
CAMERON VEKSUf BLAINE.
WAfUiNOTo.v, July 17. Senator Cats-
eron of Pennsylvania has declared himself,
in a conversation with a leading politician
of that state In favor of Gen. Grant for a
third term. Cameron's great anxiety
seems to be to defeat Speaker Blalno for
tbe presidency. Ho Is against Blaine, bo
causo, ho aiierts be is a free-trader, al
though bom and raited in Pennsylvania
But that Is not tbe strongest objection of
the Pennsylvania senator to iitalne. Cam
eron never forgrts an Injury. He suys
Blaine forfeited all claims to
his support whan liu appoints! Mr.
Dtwes of Massachusetts chairman of the
comm!tio of ways and means. Dawes, it
will bo reniHmbered, was tho gentleman
who Introduced tbo resolution of censure
upon Gen. Cameron as secretary of war,
calling upon President Lincoln to rrmovp
him. For the last ten years Cimcrnn has
been laborinc to htv that resolution ex
punged from the records of the house of
representatives, but In rain. He asserts
thai if he lici he will carry Pennsylvania
against Blaino on this account.
WAsni.voToy, July 18. The attornoy
general has decided that no particular
form for tbo presentation of a bona Odu
claiin, to tbo commissioner of internal rev
enue for refunding tax us illegally as
sessed, is necessary to provent tbe elalule
of limitation ruutilng agalnat it, but that
the presentation of a claim to a commis
sioner of internal revenue is not a presen
tation to a commissioner within the moan
ing of tbo statute.
Tbe attorney general decides that the
prrsent commissioner of internal revenue
has no ribt to open fur readjudlcatlon a
claim for taxes Illegally assessed, adjusted
and teltlod by ono of his predecessors, be
cause in his opinion such predecessor
orred in Judgement, there being new evi
dence or facts in the case.
John r. Bailer was appointed gaugor
for tbo Uigbtn Illinois district.
Leaves to-night for Capo May where bo
Hill spend next week.
ItCr OVEK AND KILLKD.
WAanuoTuK, July IS Yesterday the
driver of a city horse car, when about to
cross First .street, noticel a locomotive
bearing down upon him; ho immediately
whipped up bis horses and cleared tho
track, but unu of bis passengers,- Mrs,
Lincoln with a child In her arms, letpod
from the car and fell, and tbe child was
run over and killed.
FKEAK3 or A riHC EXTIKOUlSll '.H.
Soma depot watchmen wero being exer
cised in the u-eof the lire extinguishers,
which ihey hud strapped on thoir backs.
One mn failed to open tho ventilator on
his machine, which soon made ohh, rip
ping from top to bottom, ahaking tho
mnu considerably and breaking bis
shoulder blado. Tho man aud machine
wore removed for repairs.
Louisvillb, July 18. A German fam
ily ol sewn pers ns In this city, ate a
supper of smoked herring last night, and
goon aflorall exulblted symptoms ol poI
ion. U was thought at Urst ull would die,
but to-day nil are considered out or dan
g.,r. The fish will bo eiatnlnod by n
Han FkancIsco, July 18. Tho rocent
attacks of L.Iuut. Babcoclt on tho Tonte
Apaches produced a good effect. Two
hundred wvage have surrendered at the
reservation. Cbbt Cbllten Pau says be
( iMurg,al fore cf Mlito icouti a; Vrd,
nAn l:rnoK Iiaa m r1u nn
Croott has made
ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, JULY
HE I.S CRUSHING
HE IS AMUSED AT THE PRAISE
Or 'J HE i'RO T ES T A N Ts'.
A MILITARY DKILLKD POLICE
FOKCK FOB sew YOUK.
SUIT BKOUOUT AGAINST
OWNEU OF A BAKU
Nbw Yokk, July IB. A correspo'hdent
of tho 'World', under date of Berlin, June
20, makes public a most retnarkabtu cm
versatlon wub Prince Blsmarcl:, in which
tbe prince alter giving expression to hit
weariness of spirit is made to sny : "Tim
truth is, there are not half adoznn men In
Germanyon oursldc 1 moat who clearly
comprehend tbe real meaning of the con
flict in which Wo are engaged and In
which, notwithstanding oursuteess so far,
now believe we shall be Leatvn. Tbe oa
pvrpr dot not understand It, and If he
did, he would change sides in s moment
Toe crown prince, perhaps, do uuder-
taod, but be will put hlmsulf on tbe other
Ide, if, ledesd, be U not already there.
The Asht ia
TU. EJII'im: AOAIKST THE CEUKCU.
It is the light of lheiM, enii't;o. mon
archy or republic against God ; aai in tbi.
tight the state will get tbo Worst of li.
unlets It succeeds in destroying tbo Idea of
Gud and placing itself in UU p ace. Men
ay they must hve something to worship;
well, then, 1st them worship tie state,
but let it bo all In all. Ll
It take the place of tbo family a: wll a
well as the dolly 1st it bo the dsitv. In
two generations ii wo bai tho fleli wholly
to ourselves we could soon
OBLITERATE THH IDEA Or OOD,
And of Imaginary rigct besiuwed oa
men by Him aa their creator, that tubstl
lute of tbe stato in Hit place would Ui
effected, and the stalo, as in pagtn Homo,
be all In all."
AJniUTlO.VS TROU 1IELISF 12. OOD.
Th correspondent in giving In his own
language tho apirL of the continued con
versation with Bismarck, aart the seminal
idenot tha wholo was that tba aspirations
for liberty grew out of the belief in
God; that it wuld be impossible to make a
perfectly subscrrient people out of men
imbued with tbe dogmas df Christianity.
I'bat while tbo forms cf Christianity
were aliko fallacious, ho cared to War
against none but that of tho Roman
Catholic church, for tbo reason that it
alone was formidable. Ue laid
MOTillNO HAS AMUSED HIM 11UK&
Than "tbo praise which I have received
from tho Protectant Christians of Eng
land and America. I have -wished to
crush Homo that I might crnih Christian
ity. Tbey prtlte rao for services in tbe
cause of what tboy call reformed Chris
tianity. THE PROTESTANTS 1)0 NOT UNDERSTAND.
If anything could console roe for the
cbargln which I forseo I am to endure for
some tlmo to cotno, It would bo to witness
the amazement of thuse good friends of
mine whu tbey understand the truth, but
understand it tbey never will.
MILITARY DRILLED 1'OLtCS.
New YohK. July 18. Tuucorumlttee of
police commissioners having recommended
tba formation of a brigade of .00 police,
armod and drilled as a military body, to
ba cul edoultn case of oraergoncy in aid of
civil powers; CommUsioner Duryxn has
certified to the Mayor thut 800 broach
loading rlHus, ICO infantry swords and at
tendant equipment will be nocossury t
enable the po Ice mortt effectually to pro
tect prlvato and public property of tba
city, and tho mayor bits signed u requisi
tion on Oov. Lis for the-e stores. This
military police Is Intended to preclude tbe
necessity of calling out tbe militia in cat. i
too serious lor tbo ordinary police fcrco.
a en cvsiiiNo'a doo wuit.
"WashinotoN, July 17 In tbo police
court lo-dny Goa. Caleb Cushlng obtain d
a Judgment against one Kelly, Fernando
Wood's coachman, for keeping a vicious
and troublesome dog. Cushlng made the
point that tbe dog was a nuisance, keeping
him awake at uignt and otherwise int-r-ferlng
with bis business. Kelly was n
quested to pay S'ii, and to giYo bonds that
hu would eltbiir kill or rumjve the dog.
AT MOUNT VEllNUN, INDIANA,
Kvanbyille, July 18. Advice from
-Mt Vernon, report that the cholera Is be
lieved to be abating at thut place. It has
almost depopulated the town, all people
who could gut away having left. Banks
nnd business houses aro all closed, and the
town suems without population, llusln,
pine tar, etc., bavo been burnt la tbe
stroots, and In every bouso disinfectants
have boon placid. People wbo cannot
leave are removing to healthier parts of
the city. Families are In warehouses,
tores, etc. Every person In tho placo
has had cholera symptoms. In some
large families only two members are left.
Thore teems to be no apparent cause for
the ravage of tho npldotnic. The city U
clean ono and Is one of tba cunosi
Pi betntea JtvansvllU wd Cairo.
W asiiinoton, July 18. ProbaMltlies-
On Saturday, for Gulf Stales rising ba
romet-jr, southwesterly to northoasterly
winds, genorally clear weather except on
Immediate coasts. For South Atlantic
States westerly winds, rising barometer
and generally cloar weator. For Middle
States rising baromoter, wostorly winds
somewhat clear acd partly cloudy For
tbe Northeast easterly winds, veering to
southterIy and southwesterly, with
clouds and rain. For the Lake region and
Ohio Valley and tho Northwest norlhurly
winus utiii clearing or cloar weather.
TIIE BOAT KAUE.
SreitiortELP, Massachusetts, July 13
The official doclsioa of the referee gives
the following as the pqsitlon of loading
boats in tbe university race yesterday;
Yales first, Wesleyau second, Harvard
third. Tho order ol arrivals of other
outs will be declared hernafter. Tho
Williams, however, Is decided last In tho
race. 1 be champion flig, awarded by
blunder to tbe Harvards, has been given
to thfl Yale crew.
Hlaaatat rll of the flv-r
Per at bours ending 3 p. ra., July 19, 1873
(Jontl leuce, . .
K-irt Ueutou .
J-niitti City .
St. Joseph. ...
rit. faul ....
Wuriaiv . . . ,
Oboorver Sltfual Service, U. 3. A.
Sr. Louis. July 18. Arrived- J..hn.
son, Keokuk; City of Vicksburg, Vicki
burtr; Jo.ie, 1'eoriBj FoarJoss, Piittburir;
Weaver, Illinois riven Northwestern. St
faul; Mary Alice. Now Orleans. De
parted: Johnson, Keokuk; Belle Mem
phis, Mempbl; Phil Sher.dan, Cincinnati;
IK'nVer, Illinois river; DeKussy, Missouri
river. Ittver falllni;. Weather clear and
Evansville, July 18. Cloudv noarlv
all day with a Unu ram and somo wind
this evening. Klver fallen 10 inches.
Morcury lrom 8Uto'J33. i-ortlist. Ui:
Fuyette, George K.iborta, Qiiickslep.
Uown: Uharmer, Mary Amnt. Ilose
Uslo, aud E. N. Miller. Business vorv
SiiP.EVEi'oar, July 18. Clouilv cool
and snowury; tbermometor 81. Itivor fell
inches. Arrived: .'Mrainiilo. Jetliirfon.
Departed: Seminole, New Orleans; Ldy
Lee, St Louis; Iluntsvillo, SefTtrsoc.
MESIFU1!. Julv 18 A if ni 1 ruin full
this atternoon; ciuudy this livening, aM
pieasiint. itivor declining. Departed:
11 O l aeirer utid Caliital CltV. St Lou s:
J D Parkor, Cincinnati.
Nashville, July 18. Arrived: Eddy
ville, Cairo. Departed: Kddyvillx, Cairo,
Hivur falling with 2 feet 0 iuches on tl.n
shoals A heavv rain fell to-day and pros
pects are more bright.
Cincinnati, July 18. Uivnr 11 foet
and falling, Arrived: Nashville, Mem
phis. Departed: Ahdea, Wheeling.
Weather lair and cooler.
Li TLB Kock July 18. Woatbor clear
thutnumeter H2 decrees. Hivur fallitii'
three feet six inches. Arrived : Fort
New Orleans. July 18 No arrivals
or departures. Weather clear thermome
ST. Louis. July 18.
Fionr inactive and unchanged.
Whuat briek with gooj demand and
prices etrot.g On iiihiIiuiu nnd belter
radeof laiuplo lots No. 3, red, .U.5u
iileiiiuin, l 3 (S)l 3.; No.1,' ft 3tJ; old No,
8, tl &&.
Com, a fraction easier, 27; mixed, 'Jggj
381:. Cash sellers are gelling 38c.
O.its, slow; buyers favor i!7e. aud mixed
3-jC4!3.'i July. J2u.
ltyu No. i, tjhs at elevator.
P.iik nut much doing; standard mess
old at $10 CO.
Dry salt meats dull r.nd nominal.
li icl ii quint ami unchanged; Khnuldem
; clear ribSJc; cleartldes 0'IOc; or
ter lot fur aclio'i lilgher.
Lard quiet, uncbani-ed.
Whiskey steady at Uoc.
Cuttlu steady, druij kikiJ to chnlcn na
tive steers $4 6000 DO; fni Texan 14 6o
1 7o; fat native cow tt t"4 10,
Hogs firm at $4 20 I 70.
New Ohluanm, Juiv 18 Flour dull
good to choice treble, id 6J7 f; family
Cirn erarco acd firm, No 1 mixed, D7
'i8e; whlto. mlddleir.g, 73c; whlto 75c.
Oats dull, S4 23,
Bran dull, 7o7Cc.
Hay dull, p iuie Jjii; choico searco $27
Pork dull, 17.
Dry salt meats scarce; Minitldors 8jr;
bacon dull, DtO'int; haini 16lti'.
Lard dull, tlerco 8'c; Iten 10,
Supnr molattos an movement.
WhUtey firm, Louisiana 9k, Cincin
Coffee quirt, I820a.
Bulling 27; tintii I premium; cold tfif.
Cotton tales l,onog.'(l ordinary tHl
10; middling l7Jlfc)18c j middling
A1CW V(SUI 1BJV.
BTATIO.V3. Water Itl-e. Kail.
Ohicaqo, July IP. -Flour quiet nnd un
changed. When excited and higher, but Irregu
ar and unsettled; closing J cents below
Ihebest prices of the day; No 3 spring
vld,"!i 28' "io -Put; closed at l 21;
No I told at i a8l28Jc; No ? It 10.
Corn In fair dnmand an t advanced; No
2mlxid 362c;37JcAultutt. --
Oats In Mr demand and advanced; No
Hye firm; No 2 60c.
roric quiet and weak; sold at flfi 20 July
Lard dull and a shads lower: S OrTAlO
Bulk mcaLi stparlr- nhnnlrW. 71-
bcrland middles BiJo.
Racnti atoady ai,d uhchanged; 00 tales
Whlskny steady, 00c.
Miuruis, July 18 Cotton. coed L-radps
pmvD auu urra, goou to ordinary iojc;
i uimiuui roceips ibu; tulumoots
105; stcr.lc 10,600.
f lour dull.
Corn meal dul and drooplrg. 35.
Cum scarco nnd firm, 'nr whitn fl?r?r.fi..
ynllnw dull and lower, 678c. '
' 'eaay, i.i(i)iic.
Hay, sales, 2n.2'.3.
Brun srarcH. firm.
Haron he'd firm but dtmnd light.
M'H.iiMers 8J-; side Iuj10jc.
Pork and lard dull.
KATE FIELD AT WINDSOR.
SOME UA.TTL.INU GUdSIF ABOUT
QUEKN VtCTOKl i Ad A LUNCU
FltNL-lUE LOVE- LOHH
L .Xls, EiC.
Loudou Correipoudeuce New York Trl-
Wbat w ropubheu. uea is the polish
acqui ud oy assooiatiou with tue "ruling
ouiiiei ol the eartu,' reeling this
leav Want, 1 accupud tb. JUVilatloa
Willi MiBCrl.l. All lliai, 1 UaU luaru IQe
hull Lad u.d area liliu to uie, 1 can cou-
ilve oi no sitaiur pleat .re lt.au sntiiig
be-iUe UlUi il lUe Inula auU receiving tnu
Loi'teni. ul hi. plto, tnron lvi..ijr up
auu uown tbe t u vi in:,: skirt ot one ut
Wurib'i tuilUnCUiate dieisos, It WOUM
Ud io ille B.luIaOliuU to know that tu hla
native juni! at Tuhcr.u (prououi d
l ra wh) .no 511BU eaia alouu aurruuudod
by Uii it.-..,,,, tti favorite among wtiom
lauds behind bit uuble bach, and Wbeii
uu node apuetltj is auueasuU the noble
tlugera plaster the favorite's tnnutb. wub
tbe Oobie leavings. Tuis L what uted to
be bvture the invasion ol England bv tha
Persian hordes. .o one can prophesy
the tuture, for even a abah is lufiueucwl
by western civilization. Hit table-mau-tiers
am unjer oiug a chango that mutt
read Tubamn io lis centre. Ue Is KlvitiK
u V u t tmuorial flm-nra. anl tt-
I lorlltig to a uiiiubiualluu ut tora. auOi aooon.
Ibo ktilfe still lays in wail fur him. He
is becoming conscious of deficiencies, at
was apuarant tbe other day, when
enlini- in the aiieen's Dresence.
Iii .tjalKhip J vvry.touti of fruit, and on
'in uuvatiun lull to aoruunng cnernes.
vv oat to do with lue stones was an unan
swerable conundrum. At tint he put
ihcoi Into his wiuo-i:tasQs. but. after Ull.
ing them up, became ashamed of the ever
incrensintr quantity, and. to make matters
better, threw all upon the waxed floor.
Victoria presorted ber royal countenance.
The remainder of the lookers-on "tittered."
"I don't object to tho shah's visit, said the
princess of Wales, when first Informed
of hit coming. "It will be very amusing."
one wat quite rigut, nut on tun whole,
wouldn't rt monkey trom tho "Zoo" be
Wo scrambled Into a saloon carriage
nnd procured seats, which wm betlur for
tune than befel a uoblu lord wbo sat upon
n table until it suddenly bruku down,
when bo precipitately retreated, leuvtug
bis coat and umbrella to pay the damagat.
our companions wore Very 'swell" aud
talked of nothing but shah "I wish to see
tbo red tall of hl Arab horse," says one:
" horte with a red tail mutt be an odd
ono, you know" "Uu's better looking
man i us peeled," remarae l another. "On
smials are generally very at. and ke
la uot as greasy at tu -si ot luum
The speaker was btr.elf quite fat
but did uot aeooui to realise
that criticisms, like curses, corao homo to
roost, 'uuaiiullu uraciuua in li s man
uor. He rualiy boWaquito prullily,' "id
a tniru. ilea not uxactly a tool, ox
ulaimed a tourib "itnaliy I" murmured a
filth, aud t on nil toll to discussing their
acquaintances with as much freedom as
Ihougu Ibey were lu their own drawing
roouir, noiwiitialiiidlng that there were
lour distinct parties ill Ihe carriage. It
is the peculiarity ot the tsnglith I have
uncuuiuurvd in parlies nuver tu realilixe
the exitteiiue of pursuut with whom they
are unacquainted coiisnquuutiy ibeauiouiit
if information 1 I'requ fitly obtain con
cerning niy friends aud acquaintances is
a m n h r s)
Ah, It wa. u prouy sight I On turaa
Ides a L'hrmiuniy greed Una closuly
mown, large enuuii to deploy 7,000 trucks,
ntUgud in by ueaUillui ulius, uu lUu
louuh aide, Uiuuira uuturiod, pavt.luUs
ivuifioiwng With jally-dresscd wumon,
draa lop.liuuVy Wliu U,ngiaud'a ariiiuc
iuy, ..Ulcera IU vtl'active Uniforms, eaUU
luring up aud down, uVoiybddy laluing
uUoui tbn shah and Woiiduring how tnuou
li.liger the snow wouid bnposipouvd. "U
asks a great mUj queslloiit," said oue,
"add bales UlUslU ' Vo ull hUnW what tie
who iiatu not music in his soul is fit lur,uiid
ovuuusout this haired, I suppose, he Uaa
Uuvu bulllid into altutidlbg operas and
concerts, ll must hive delig led . am,
Faurv,aud lue o.uer arlitis ol Covuut Uar
deu, to aing tu alUati who wuuid Uot lis.en
lulhum, who paid no atteotiou whatever
to luu stage uulll tUe appuaralicu of the
bnllul, when Lis lorgnette becamu glued to
lilt eyes. ''I'uut of course" said a
Spaniard. "All men, espojially shahs, un
derstand the lai guage ol legs."
"A I'eraian'a bvavcu Is quickly mide;
'Tin lull dark e) va nil 1 luwuiuit","
Slngttlo ballad; but really, Judging by
luahs, J rhould say that "Tne Black
CruoK" would the beau Ideal oi a rer
aian's paradise. "He's really quite amus
ing," observed a lady. "At SintJ'ord Uou.e
ball he wondered why tbe nobility danced.
'Why do you wish tu makotbo effort?' bu
asked, ' Why do you not order your ter
i tuts to dance lor you?' " "He's a brute,"
quietly remarked one Englishman, "He's
a .lemt," chimed In another, "A dirty
blarkcuard," echoed third, ''A line pig
sty hu'llmakoof Buckingham palace with
h - filthy retinuu. Fancy whataconJitlon
tne kiielien will be In I'1 A fearful bu
has made its appoaranco in our bouse,
which ia about half a mil from Bucking
ham ptlftce, and 1 flrtaly belltre it came
OF CITY AND'I )UNTY.
from Por.-la. Wo call i t the ihah-bu I
and it is mv Drivata onlnl on ikaS Z.
tire Island will be overrun with ,...... I
Insects iraportrd with Nasi W-dn..NoU.I
ug wouid ii.auce me to oc cupr cluokiM I
bata palace alter tke Perth i sstVaaiua, ahd
the will now have a gcod Hcttee for sUr
ing at Balmoral. ' '
"Ue'a nothing but a nlggsir," tstldafrM
born Britoa, ud at this cut trutoMU
tounded, cacnoa reeounded , tmd the royai
cortege appeared upon sJle Held. First
came mounud odeera tm tUndeat its ifia
royal livery of red; than followed f yaliy
in carriage and on tKirtoa. 1 hj wra
received with cheers,' and paa-ai uown
the Qeld to Inspect tha inxtp- drawn u-sl
whut wou'd have bean a, hollow aquara
had thero been wore aides to It.
In the center of tbepaiWIIIons wert coa
gregated tha royal spvcVtort, Vioria'
opetr carriage, dr. wo by timj white boraca,
bolng most conspicuous, -rUlattr advance
wat tho shah, mounted a a, dirty, wbita
Arab steed, not roach bisw th
looking, in tpito ut his pin.lt UIJ. slivar
stirrups and wonderful hul'ttera. lit..
discouraged hack. But this is m way Arab
uorses have. Appearances ar diceiilul.
What tl.ay don't know about, gSttltug over
the tcround lu the snortSMl tac ot Utile la
nut worth knowing. Still,' '.the' sh.b
was tba tootl insisTiiifleaat
sn.n on the ground. Us is thio,
not tall, sharp-vis.ged and antl-isaibetic.
There was noihlbs; stribu.gsdMsut Ivm. U
Were a black coal." Dialled rou'ud. thsi watsti
and aiitihniu m.ir. LorrlA 'Uau' a itiatUl
coat la nut conceivable vXoeiiV one that Is
gathered. Uu tue breast ut tais ungraceiul
garment wero f aW'l d latooud abated eu.
uraida, turroutidcd wtta pearlt.'looliing at
uisianca ttae a aisootfneeiea cntcasr-Oora
and ou the tmperUl head was surb a cap
aa tba French soldiers wiar la uairas
unilunn, saving that the color was biM:k.ia
stuad of red. On the imperial note rested
a pair of gold spectacles that Would slip
duwn, and, iu coQ-equence, seVned to ab
sorb most of the imperial attention.
Whether the shah enjoyed tha ravuiW or
not I cannot say Alt 1 ksuff la lhal Lsj
looked at tbe pavllltuas 'quite sm
uu. -has ha looked at. the troope; aod tura
ru uia burse s back on tha review whs.
evor a favorable opportunity, occurred.
Once or twice tba prince of Walts rod la
hie side and talked a few moments; seve
ral tiiuxs the duas of Cambridgo anuretl
into conversation with him, ana rewardad
with a Persian sabre presented U bim by
tbe sbah before tha beginning, of tho
sham fight, bit highness s-eroed to be lot
mensely tickled and handed it over to tha
queen, who examined It closely, wbtla
Nater-rd-deen stared on Immovable, a
if he regulated creation, and
the creatures about bim wartj
children, to be endured, and ticeasiaBally
encouraged. Tne supreme moment ar.
rived when donn urown ana me q-ieaae
looiman got oil tne royal nox ana pro
ducea a small luaeaeon aaacaa.
Brown Is a ewtdy, (ray-balrM Dcotefc
man, wbo might pass for a respectable
father of a respectable family. . Tha foot
man was resplendent in red.but otherwise)
resembled tha rest of 'ois noble breed.
Wbo was-sba rt for 7 It .was small.
It certainly would not "go round " What
was In it 7 First came a bottle of stout
This was poured out into one glass and
banded to her majesty. Than came eetna
sandwiches. Those were placed oa one
plate and handed to her majaetr. Bow
could I tee 7 By the finest field-glass that
my two eyes ever looked through. "What
are tbey doing? asked one ot my neigh
bors. "Madame," I answered, "your
majesty la drinking stout and eeilnsr ad.
wlcuos." "Xou don't say so. -Well, ant)
does eat Immensely I" It may by repub
lican prejudice, but really u i a tee
English I'd have been ashamed of my
queen. To tit In a carriage ana en en
drink by herselt, with shahs, royally,
lords, commons and people around, with
lunch not long gone before' and dinner
not far distant, struck me a decidedly
vulgar. If the shah had then and thrre
invoked bis imperial coffee-pot and
hookah, tbe picture would have
been complete. But no, he
turned and irazod impassively, and
if be thought queer things
ho kept them In bim'elf. So, too, did the
Ctarowllz, a tall, fair Russian, wbo kpl
his horse in the back ground and seemed
a model of unobtrusivenasa which amus
ed roe irnraonselv considering tbe relative
poeitlont of Kutiia and Persia, and bow tbe
shah it nothing more nor less thee Herna
Keuter't paid man. Nevermind; Russia
doesn't care. And apropos, do yoa
know why the Duke Alexis was sent to
America and ie still kept travelling all
ovar the world-' Because he wat absurd
enough tn tall In live with a chrt-aing
yountr woman belnw him in station, e
caufthe was yot mnro absurd to marry
her, hwauan hf father haeatns very mu:h
enragfiil at this outrage, and beoauso the
parental erd-r wnt rurth In separate tne
pair, In tbo hope of killing love by sepa
ration. FHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTGI ER
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