'I V M IV" M
JOHN H; OKEIUjY, editor.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY ANDZCODNTY.
Til JSJUJ L L ETJ N.
Itrmlllli: IMiiHiT mi esert iK"i
OUR CHURCH F.S.
I Mltl Vt'IAN CHUROUr-KWlitofiitii street
between V:i1iIiik1iii anil' Walnut.
.MrcllliK i-U'l') Sunday :t l5 " ft"'1
ilii.hy m IkkiI s fi p. m,
Prayer meeting Wedm-Mlay cVftilii.
IMtKMItYTKRIA.N-Klfthtb Street. , .,
I'rtncliln. Nabbath at 101 a.m. anil ilp.m
I'rayc-r meetl 'if, Weilnexlay at 7 p. u.
:il.b.ith Heboid, .1 p.m. .1. M. Lannlcu, Su
perintendent. Kxv. II. Thayer, P.itor
IKHI()l)l.ST.-( or. KiKlitli anil Walnut Mi
I'rcai'lillii', Sabbath at I0j a.m.. ami 7 .m
I'rnjer meeting, Wednesday, "i p.m.
.-ahbalh t-clmol, !J. p.m. I- W. istlllwi.il,
h'lipctlnuudcut. llitv. K. U. 'Ihomi-bon,
Hl'ltUI OK Tin; KKDKKMKIt-lKpiico.
Motrin;; prayers. Habbalh 10J a.m.
I vcnlng prayen. "J p.m.
' alibatli School, U a.m.
Kiev. K. CoaN, Rcntnr.
T. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth ?t. au.l
I'ublle run Ire, Sabb.ith 8:10 .nut 10, a.m.
tjiiTF, 7 p.m.
am nth School. 2 p.m.
rvi e i-Very da), S a.m.
Kkv. P..1. O'IIallura.-j, l'riet.
I .lO-I.PH'S CHURCH. (dermali,; -ur-ner
ol Walnut and Ctun "tn-et.
II a- eury sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in-
cpptrn, "'p. m. ,
Ma- during week day?, ? o'clock a. m.
KkV. C. Huffman, Prlet.
ul KM AN UTUKllANCHtmOIJ-mii
lrel between Wa-hliiglon Attune and
alnut itrcet. . , , ,
l'rcaidiliiK Sunday mormii'' at 10 n'cloeK.
Ml ,atU ."chool at 2 o'clock p. lu.
itKV. C. DUMteCIINKU, t'ator.
ilJtNO MKN'S CHRISTIAN AJiSOCU
1 lUN'. Regular meeting second Monday
n li month at tlielr room over Rockwell
V Co' bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Praer meeting, Friday, "4 p.m. at
I.. W. Stim.m President.
MOM) MISSIONARY BAPTIST
i IU l 11. Corner Nyeaiuore and rottl
tlr.t ntrret". Preaching SabUitk at II
0 clo k a. m. awl 3 o'clock p. in.
.inday hcliool 1 o'clock p. m.
1 ue ruurrk t cotmrcti-d wltli the Ii.moi-Af-otlatloii,
by tliu First MIioiury llaji
li 1 1 liurcli id Culro.
ItKV. fOLOMON I.KII.V Hll, litir.
A FHIC AN MKXHODIST. FonrtciMitli. t.
I w hiii Walnut and C'ed ir.
' rv1cc, Habbntli, II a.m.
s S. Iiool. li p.m.
( I- meet at 3 p.m.
i.U'ONl) I'HKK WIl.I. JIM'TlaT Fir-
l e III li struct., between Walnut and Cedar.
ieni' ir IjIiIkiIIi. 1) and 'J p. III.
ItKV. N. ItlCKn, I'aitcir.
ntr.i; WIl.I. UAlTlsT iiomi: -MINION
AIIUAT1J fct-IHMM,. -Corner Walnut
Mt'l Cedar .-itr'-i'tt.
inliballi .-cIimoI. II a.m.
r llLsi' lltKK WIl.I. HAI'II-T Ill ltCll
. i irry't llarrjcks
rnce, f ibbatb tl a.m., 3 p.m. A .J p. m.
ItKV. WM. KfcLLKY. t'a'itur.
FIU . MlSilONAKY HAPTI.VrClll'KCII.
-l.i.d..r, bctwreu Nintli and TelUU SU.
rrcarlilug ftabballi, fl a.iu. and ! p.m.
ITi)er meeting, Wtdlie-day eveulm;.
I'rra lillii!, Friday evenllii;.
- Lbjtb sckoul. H P.m. dobn anliaxler
and Mary steplitu-, auperlntt uilrntf.
llfc.V. 1 . .1. siiwnu.ii
Kt OM llAI'l lsTCllLHCII-Fourlctulb
Mnct. between Cedar and Walnut. I lie
tl,)) Hapll'l lir-!i rei-onuled l) tile A-
Z'n ".""'Habl.alli. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p m.
llt. JiCull IIIUl'I.Ki. t.lder.
.AUK) COMMANUKKY. No. Wj-fl
.Wembly at tlie wV-yl"'" Macule llall, tint
and tblril .Monday In each moutu.
ration HI diatonic iii".. .
11 ho ruAj'lTIl No, 7t.-He1?iilar Con.
Malonlc H.il, ontbe tblrd
't ue-dayot every xnoutu,
AlltO U)D(K. NO. 'J37 F. A. M.-Kegu-lar
t.ommunlcatlons at Ma.oulo Hall, tUe
iecund and toitrUi Monday, ol eacU moutli.
Al Y' NDF.K LOUUK,'-Meet In Odd
AV Hall, In ArtcrVbuUdlug. every
I buriday evening at S o clock.
Ooemor dobn I.. Uevcridge.
i'ecret. rj of atatc-Oeonre I. Il-ilow.
Auditor of Stnte-C. K. l.lliplucott.
rftntu Troui.urcr-Capcr "". .
AiinrneV Oeliura .James K. I.dall.
bu . "l'uYuc lustnictlon-Newtou Hateman
Selialori-Hlcliald J. Ogle-by and John A.
'''ifepr'oentitlvc Klghlecnth Ul.trlct-liacc
MFMI1KKS GENKKAl. AsSKMlH..
Ke K"ut'.me, In the Will M1 t.j
lolm II. Oberly, Win. A. I.emma and Mulh-
"fciuMoiror'ihe Mill dKrict.-.lee Ware.
tniVc D. J. lUkcr, or Alexander.
Statu Attorney-l'utllck II. l'ope.
Clerk-It. r. Yocum.
Sheriil A. 11. Irvln.
Win. Martln-Ar-esfor and I rea-uror.
.Iude- r . Hrot.fi.
AiHOClalen J. 1'.
, McCrlto and H. Marclill-
Tluik-Jacob 0. I.ymdi.
( oronurIohn 11. Oosnman.
Mayol doltn Wood. j
TwWr-K. A. Ciinn ngham.
Ciimidrollor K. II. Kallln.
lli'rk Michael llowlov.
Mtornoy-ll. Wabon Webb.
r.illco Jlugb-tntcn-F. Hror-i and .1. .1.
'''Mu'ri'lialund Chief of Follcn-Wm. Mollulo.
street CunimlH.ioner-l). .1. Oalllgun.
Health OlUcur-W. Wnoton.
.' umben 1'olicc Foice-A. C'aln Miwnt,
v Whitcamp, I'hllllp Helm, 0U.. Mchner
ml 1'. A. Conant.
,n ' UOAIII. OK AU.KllMl'.N.
Flmt ward -llliam m' ' Ml
''accond ward-Herman Moyo.a and Wood
Ultt:vaid-..ol.nMcKwenaud F. Kor,
""u'rth wai'd-0. F. NclUs and M. .1.
"nnhwM.l-Jno. H. ItoWnson and Win.
(I A I HO AND lAUU(?AH
MA II, BOAT.
I li in.il tfam"
. . ' rJ'.." "ntedl
... ... . . .1
l,eav.yit w.? i.i,v.ii" " 'i .i
in For nelKhtopaHagH apnly on boat
Ja, MallokYi ak i.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
DA 111 NO
r 1 1 1 ; aui:.
A TKAIN HOB BHD ON TI1K
KOUIC I.SI.ANO UAILKOAO
M UN DA V NKJUT
HAND OK - iMA.SKKD Mi:N
TKAU-ri'TIIE HAILS AND
AWAIT TI1H AHlMVAIi
01' Tilt: TRAIN
TIIK KOUUKfiS TAKIi I'OSSKS
ilON OF TIIK liAUUACK
TIIK KN'filNK W'HKCKK D AND
A SF.UONU I.I KL'TKN'AN'T CO OUT.
MAKTIAI.UD AND DISMlSMKD
A C(. I). IM.(IODKI) .MI ltDEl: COM
MITTKD INSAJ.T I. A K V.
(.'AIM. VOC.T TO II B HKAURKVlT.il
if in: (iainh ma i.iukrty
nit: miLiinAi Hot-UKitr.
Dttt .Mui.VK", July- Ti.A tl.oU!nJ
conjoctures are current her in regard to
tin) purlin who robbuJ tliu train uu l!i
Rook Itlotnl railroad !ml night. The
molt probabbi one li that the robbery wai
committed by punoui living near where
the robbery toot plafe. Tho valise in
vihnh tlitty carried oil the money taken
from the &pre cnuipHiiv' nfrt wi tounil
flvo mllm louth ol the train to
day. Vigilant partn-f ro 'runring
mulhweitern Iowa, kii.I it l i
coniidentially bolievod the roblxiri will bo
caught ir thnv rauiain withiu the tlale.
A telegram received here late to-night
ay a they eroded the Uurliugt' u and .Mn
toiiri railroad lait night at iiiiduigbt.
onuucT"K' tics nvios y.
Win A Smith, conductor 'f the ill
fated train, teilided nt the coroner in-
uet on the body of John Rad'urty, the
eiiginoer who w killed, that the
train wai wrecked lno and a hair or
tbreo tnilei weit oi AJair tation,
C'K or 700 (eet east of Turkey creuk
bridge; ''I was in the smoking-car. near
thu front end; from tbe noise 1 thought
the engine waa in a ditch ; ten or
twelve cars piled upon it; I wa thrown
undor the uatin front ot me, don't re
member which Ue of the cir 1 got out;
I went forward to ieo who was hurt; tbe
lint person I met was one of the uiaiked
mti near the baggage car door, who
pji filed a
KfvOI.VBP. IS KACll HASP
Toward me, and told me to get buck, firing
at the eanie time; I backed down at far at
the sleeping-car before I was sure I was
out ol his way; thore I met ),nui Foley,
llreman, and he tald
'UILLV, JACU la KILLED'
Tlio pasonger wero in a bub bub;
women were crying ; 1 told tho paisen
gers I thought tho masked mon were try
iug to rob the haggago, and tried to bor.
row a revolver, but failed , 1 could Hen
one man Irom whore I was, and saw
auother passing up and down on the op
poslte sido of the train j think lie was
riHIMO at mk also ;
.Some of the passenger aked mo to get In
the train as these men wore firing at mo,
and I would be tho causoof lonio of them
being killed ; I went in a car still trying to
get a revolver, urging tho pumengers to
keep quiet, as thuno men wore robbing the
baggage car, 1 wunt out of tho ladies' car
up to tho bank nnd thence to tho englno.
TWO HALLS I'ACISKD
Through my clothing while I was on the
bank ; them shots came from tho south
ideof the train didn't see a man on the
north sidoj didn't soe or bear anything
more of the maskel men ; afier the passeu
goH had got quiet I wont forward to In
vestigato at the forward and of the smok'
lug cur; found a
Itfitt-Pt-A TIC HAD 1IBBS IIUoKCV FH0M
Tim rati on the nortli eido, disconnecting
tho rail at both ends; a rope and strap
wore lied Into the holon ol the dlscon
neutcd rail Ht west end, and thu robbers
ptsfod undor tho south rail acroai the
ditch, and up onto tliu batik ; a piece o
ropo wa aleu found on tho bank, which
eomoil to Imve been broken from the
IT WAI A NBW ISOI'K,
Thofi.oof a common bed. cord j the west
end id the loose rail when 1 saw It, was
onlv n few inches from tho aotilh rail; th
hind trucks of tho smoking-car wore till
on the track i wo Tero running 18 or
inlloH nil hour."
A TKKUIDI.E SCENIC,
I'uiiengora on tho train report that th
at ! scene was terrible, and haOle. description
or Whou I
r i. .,.,. .11 wr. thru,
downward, som entirely oil' thir U
Then came a recoil and Immediately after ('. .
they heard the llrifig, hut did not suppose
It came from the wreck. Many of tbe
jUMprii mow TUK CAR,
And started to go forward, and were or
iloredhack by the rollers, who continued
firing, and enforced t eir command by
terrible oaths. Rack they went with a
rush. In the cars they found women and
children half crazed with fright and Im
ploring the men to protect them, and ex
claiming MV OOtl t all ALL HI K1LLKU.
The stout'eit heart quall.d and felt they
were at the mercy of desperadoes. Alto
gether it was a sceno unprecedented In
the history of railroading la this country,
as never before has such a reckless and
daring robbery been carried out, All the
Western towtii are. . ,,
IN A fEVth or EXCITEMENT.
All tbo farmer for miles and miles
around are tearing their harvest Colds
and visiting the scene. The engine and i
bApgage car retrmln as they were tat
night. Tbo former was badly wrecked.
The superintendent estimates the loss
sustained by the company at about 4;5,O00.
Washington, July 22. 3e:ond Lieut.
Frank M Gallagher of the Second Infan
try, recently tried before a general court
martial at Columbia, South Carolina, for
killing John C. McKlaney, a discharged
soldier, at Spartensburi;, on the second of
may last, has been dismissed from the
servic, and tbe sentence approved by the
president. The civil authorities will take
cognizance, of the murder, the army trial
being on charge of conduct unbecoming
an otlii-er and gentleman only.
Little Rock, July n. Mollle Whlv.
ney, a woman of the town from St. Louis,
iteaf and dumb, attempted to commit sui
cide yesterday by taking an nterdose of
morphine. Medical aid was rendered, and
rhu was laved. he jumped In tbo river
this evcnine with the same oblnct, but
w retcuM before being drowned.
Halt Lakk, July 2L Jerry Sullivan
'hot and mortally wounded Henry M.
(larvey this evening. Oarvey lived ten
minute. There hud been a brief per
sonal encounter between the parties on ac
count of a mining difficulty when tbey
were separated. Sullivan returned to tt.e
aloori, opened the door and shot Oarvey
in the back. It Is univurially coutiJutid
a cold-blooded murder. SulllVarV was ar
retted. Oarvey Is well-known hero.
kATE aTotlDAKli'x KATnKR AIIKIVKD.
Nkw York, July 22, The father of
I.i.ie King, alias Kate .Stoddard, arrived
in Uroolflyn to-day, and visited bis daugh
ter at the Rsymond treot Jail. He re
mained three bnuri with her in her cell.
He had nut seen her before fur iix year,
and said she was very much changed. A
Brooklyn paper puhlWbe" a lengthy In
t'TView with Kate hut nothing new de
Ho-tov, July 22. Wm. C. Dilkitu was
arre-ted to-day on charge of setting Are
to the premise at No. 8 Providence street,
last night, and held In f.yiOO bail for trial.
He is claimed to havejhad between $5,000
and 0,000 worth of goods In tbe place, but
examination shows only about. unp-lelith
Ths roport in ft morning journal, that
P.wjcoe, tbe alleged accomplice in ths
murder of Goodrich, In Urooklyn, wa
yesterday arrested in this city, is denied
by the chief of police of Urooklyn, who
also denied that Lucetta Myers was sent
for last evening on-business connected
ith the case. , .
AN ILLICIT ST1LI.
n Brooklyn, of large capacity, was ele-
strovod bv the revenue oHleers this morn
New Yor.K, July 2i It Is reported
the deputy sheriff received an order to ar
rest Carl Vogt, issued in the upreme
court, in anticipation of hi release, with
view to recover the property itolen at
tho time of the murder he i alleged to
avo committed In Belgium.
Wabiuqton, Jaly a2. A private letter
received here by a government ufilcer,
from a prominent American In Mexico,
states that tbe Mexican covornmont ha
no deilro to nssumo an aggressive position
toward the United States on account of
McKenzIe's raid ovor the Rio Grande,
and it Is not feared that any uttorts of re
taliation or diplomatic complication will
be tbe result. Tbe truth I the Mexicans
are doallng with that question very ten
derly, and tbo punishment inflicted upon
the treacherous tuieve engaged in tbo
dopredatlons on tbo RloOrando, ia not re
garded to much or an ononce against mo
International law a somo would havi It
SKNATOK MOHTON A nil fARH.
Lkavunwortii, Juiyi'L Seuator Mor
ton and party wore entertained by Gen,
Pope and taff at beoauquaner to-uay
l 3 o'clock Ihls afternoon. Senator Ruby
and Repreentatlvo Allen ot texa spoke
here to-day, to a gang oi coioreu maonM
from all the western tata, demanding
trom the Republican party the passage of
civil right' law, on the failure of which
they threaten to support those who will
Wasui.oton, July 2'J. Frank A Cona
ha been appointed gauger Tor tbe district
of Colorado, and Slla Ksed turveyor gen.
oral of Wyoming territory.
- -1 -
run drooki,yn-trust cum.
NEW YORK EXCURSIONISTS
ON AN ISXTENDKl) WEST
" TiHS TIM'.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT IN RE
GARD TO THE INDKRTEDi
NESH OF TIIE.DI.S.
TRICT OK CO-
' ' DUMRIA." '
POSTPONEMENT OF THE'bKKCH-ER-BO
W EN-Tt LT'ON' aOA.
new york boa hi)
New York, July 22. The excitement
over tbe defalcation of Mill, and.the aus
pension of tbe Brooklyn Trust company,
1 subsiding. Depositor have been as
sured they will not tote anything, and a
majority have resigned ibemaehe to the
situation. Ill undtratood tbe director
have estimated tbe Iom at S'.".'G,000.
The capital and surplus were
SCri5,000. Th loss will thereforo he oni?
third of the capital, and surplus, an ad
vance, therefore, of iJ3 par cent-on each
sbare of stock by the tlockbolders, will
enable them to square up. It I said the
depositors will be paid, in the course of
10 or t. days, It I expected torn of tho
loan will ba realized by that time. A
meeting of the director is expected to
night. Th request made by receiver
Chaiincy, that depositors deliver up tbelr
book, wan respouded to to-day to a very
ME ECU EK-HoWEN-TlLTON .
The statement that there will be no in
vestigation by the deacon and trustees of
Plymouth cburrh, relative to the llowen
Tilton scandal, U untrue. The trial Is
postponed on account of Beecher and
number of tbe committee. The full
charge Qled against Howen and Tilton
wilt b fully ItiVMllKftltHt. The tesilou
will probably be held with closed doors,
Corporation Counselor Smith has de
cided that tt Watbiogtoo . markaU atajl
having been declared n nuisance by the
board of health, it is lawful to remove
them, and the duty of every department
of the city government to aid in their de
struction. Removal hnt accordingly be
gun. LYADI.NCl TUE HEALTH I.EOULATlU.i.
The New York rendering company
now evade uiaudates of the board of
health by moving their stench boat Into
the middle of the Hudson river between
11 a.m., aru) 0 p.m. Tbey say thU com
plies with thelaW, and defy tbe board of
health to interfere, with them.
OFFICI IL STATEMENT.
WasuinotoN, July '."J. Exaggerated
statements having been made as to tbe
debt of the District of Columbia, the act
ing comptroller to-day furnished the gov
ernor with an official statement, In which
be said the funded and' bonded debt of the
District of Columbia including those of
the late corporations, ainount to t9,U30,8'Jl.
The District of Columbia and late corpor
ations have no floating debt; tbe current
revenue being sufficient to meet all cur
rent expentts. Tbe linking fund, revenue
are more than lufllclent to meet the cur
rent interest, and retire tho annual pro
portion of outstanding bond. Tbe
ainount authorized by tbejatt lesriilativo
assembly will not Increase tbe debt beyond
the amount as limited by act of cogress.
St. Louii, July 2i Tbe New York
excuriion party which left tGat city a few
day ngo ipent part of yeaterday here in
viewing tight Tn. and around tbit city
and left late lait night for Texas via Mil
sourl Pacific and Missouri, Kama and
Toxas railroad.' On their return from
"'exa thoy.-wjll go to Emporia, Kanaat;
thence over the Arkansas, Texa and Santa
Fo road up tho Arkania valley. They
will then return to Topeka p.nd then go to
Denver; thence to Colorado Spring and
trip to Middle park and other parte of tbe
. i i - ,
Bayonnk, July 22. New received
here through Oarllat concerning the in
u'rrectlon at Cartbagena, throw addi.
tional light oi) tbe defectivenM of tho
Spanish tquadron In, that port, which was
made the tubjoct of a governmont decree,
and a vote In tho corto yesterday. Tho
Insurgent ul'ter gaining control of the city
aolzcd Castela Del Oauonoz, a strong
fort on the west tide or tho harbor let
than a thouaiid yard from tut entrance
which It command. ThUgavolbera con.
trol of two lower baturlea on tbt iUow; at
lhaH VToutb .-'.oL " hr'
borf' Tliuy boWl tbe' red
flag of tba Communis over fotlij and
uininonedtbe'Hu,,ron 'yn8 lo
to aurrander. Tbelr orawi wera In lym.
Jjathy tfltb'tba Inturganti, and tb.,vei.
el tall into their bandi without -opposition.
Thi cbt'ef command- of .tur Muad.
ron li.oow.latriu'tid to Poaa., who lad tb.
iMuntotlon ln tha R-fMWi fa
y'WpW.' P Uorunna o,wa 05W"
-; i . i 'w ."."
The .vessel thus taken by
Insurgent are the Vlctorlai
ironclad, !M gun; Nutnancla, Ironclad,
35 gun; Tetnan, ironclad, 40 gun Al
manza, screw frigate, 48 gum, and the
Stanurs, Tornando, Elcalallco, Ferrolona
and Brasco Garoy, not ctaislfiedi The
four vessel tlrtt named are among tho
finest In tho Spanish navy
Maurid, July 22. 1 1 it reported that
tb8 Iberian regiment which the govern,
ment dispatched to Cartbagona, to aid In
quelling the out break there, las mutinied
and joined the Insurgents In a body. At
Victoria there are 7,000 of republican
troop In a complete state of demoraliza
tion and disorganization. Several of the
municipal officers have been
murdered by toldter. The
republican- troop at Ulragune
surrendered to tbe Carliat on condition
tbat their live be (pared. In ipito of tbe
terms of surrender, the Carllst (hot a
number of them after they had delivered
up their arms. Don Atphonzo has tent to
the Spanish government a formal proposi
tion for arrangements for the exchange of
Till II EaT.
London, July 22, orening. The extra
ordinary heat continue without abate
ment. THE CHOLERA.
Cincinnati, July 22. One death I re
ported from cholera to-day, of a colored
man at Good Samaritan hospital, which I
the tlfth case at that Institution within a
week. The weather. has benqulte cool
The health ottkr to-day reported several
dangerous cholora morbus cans, from eat
ing smoked Qih. The health board forbid
tbe nle of such fish.
KvANtviLLE, July 'J2. The Journal'
rorrespondent from Princeton reports
cholei to that neighborhood. Throe or
four mile- eav or tbat place on Indian
creek ten persona have dUJ ilrice last
Friday. Reports were current that the
dileaae had broken out at Carmt and Mt
Cirmel, Illinois, but the Journal' ad
vices show thetn to be unfouned
AT MT. VERNON.
The Journal' Mt. Vernon reporter
states that there are only about l,r00 poo.
pie in the place, and tbe surrounding
towns are lull of Mt. Vnriion ultitaii who
liav flail from the city, lbs board ot
health have requested all persons not to
visit tho former place for the present
UlilCAno.July 22. A meellot: of tie
board of boaltb was held this afternoon.
The report or tbe sanitary superintendent
was received, showing the death for the
past weik to have been A'JS, an Increase
of 107 over the previous week Eleven
deaths were trom cholera morbus, the lat
ter among recently arrived emigrants.
AT L01MMANA, M1SSH0URI.
St. Loi'is, July 22. Further advices
from Louisiana, Missouri, say the cholera
has abated hero, hut some tJfty person al
together have died with it since It Urt
broke out, Including tome of the moM
IN PRAIRIEV1LLE AND TROY
The icourge raged featfully, the town be
ing almost depopulated, either by disease
or peoplu Hoeing from tbelr homes. Out
of one family of nine persons in the
former place, all of whom were well last
Friday, only two remain to bury tbelr
dead. Tbe disease also prevail
AT OTHER TOWN'S
Near by. Rusinen I almost tuspendad,
and tbe most of those who are able are
Hoeing from tho Infected place.
Atlantic City, N. J., July 22. Ru.
dolph Kittener and Joseph Uusch, mem
ber of the Philadelphia church excursion
party, were drowned to-day while bath,
ing. "Wm. Boyntnn, an expert swimmer,
retcued a third member of the party.
MEMPUIf, July 22. A dock patienger
named John Henry felt overboard from
the City of Helena at Island No. 62 last
night, and drowned.- He came aboard at
AN KNOINEOVF Till TRACK.
Littlk Rook, July 22. The engino and
tender of-a passenger train on the Mem
phis and Little Rock railroad Just start
Ing out, ran on" the track and overturned
down an eiilbarikmenlto-nlght. No body
HEATH or A rOHUER.
Naw York, July 22. Benjamin Rath
burn whote forgeries in till ttata mad
him to notorlout 'M years ago, died In tbit
city yesterday aged. 82.
Lono Branch, July 22. Secretary
Ricbardtou loft fur Washington to-night,
after dining with tbo president.
HON. JOHN 1'. UAH.
Dovkr, New Hampshire, July 22
Hon. John P. Halo fell tb.li afternoon and
broku hit hip bono.
Washinoton, July 22, On Wednesday
for South Atlantic) and Eatteru (lull
coatts eattorly wind, cloudy weather and
local rain. For tbe Interior of tbo
Southern States, Ohio Valley and louth
arn (portion of Middle State loutharly
wind, tomewbat blgbar tewperaturt and
partly cloudy weathr. For Now York
aud New Eogland w,t.fly "da, genr.
ally clear or hazy weather. For th Laka
region and th Nortbwttt southwesterly
winds, and Increasing cloudtnes with
local storms In Iowa and Minnesota, and
possibly in Missouri.
Cuicaoo, July 22. Flour steady.
Wheat weak, quiet and lower; No 1
spring fl 29; No 2 ft Is cash; tl 19
Corn steadier, doting shade enter; No
2 37c; regular 37 Jc, fresh onpot3l:ttc
Oat quiet and weak; No 2 381a cash;
Rye Arm; No 2 D7o cash; 553 Aueutt.
Barley, No2 fallU&70 caih.
Pork rlrm, $16 on spot; f 16 40 Auguit;
$16 30 bid August.
Lard held 8Jc; satos summer 7jc.
Bulk meat active and advanced; for
(hort rib middle, wtth sale loose, So.
Shoulder nominal 8Jc Bacon quiet; no
Whisky fair demand and advanced, 01c.
Nbmpiiis, July 22. Colton firm; good
ordinary ltijc; low middling 1 8 1 c: receipt
162; shipments 670; stock 0,440.
Flour in good demand; family $73 60.
Corn meal dull and drooping at Uuc.
Corn In good demand; white CCu7c:
Oats in good demand at 43c.
Hay icarce and tlrru at lt:i.
Bran teady at $10.
Bacon quiet and unchanged.
Lard dull and nominal.
Phrk dull and unchanged.
New Orleans, July 22 Oat firm,
Bran tcarco, tQ.
Hay, choice scarce; prlino 934.
Sugar quiet; fair to good ti4:.
Whiskey nrmer, 93QJBc.
Rain check buslnes.
Cotton very dull; tale 300.
EvA.saviLLE, July 22. Gtear and
pleataut. Mercugo 04 to S4. r.lver la
tionary. Down II. S. Turner, Midnight,
Mary Atnent tbit afternoon, Cornelia,
Quickstep. Florence Lee, Koteblte. Op,
ldlewlld, Kddyvllle, J. D. Parker, Fay
ette, Robert. Uuslnes light.
Sr. Louu, July 22.-Arrived: Grand
Tawea, Mempel; Rob Roy, I.ookuk; Du
buke, St Vavil. Departed: Capital City,
Vlcktburg; Anita, Jefferwn City; Rob
Roy, Keokuk; Lake Superior, St Paul.
River falling. Weather clear and warm.
Cincinnati, July 22. River 18 feet
and rltini;. Departed: R R Hudson,
Whoeling. Weathor clear and warmer.
The Big Sandy and Potneroy Packet com
pany took poMotilon of their big wbatf
1A1tUV1s, July , niYvr muuiK
Uy, Vatbet eas.ut. A.TtixV. City
of Helena, rrom Vckburg. Departed;
lul ntirriL' fslancon. St Loul.
VicKSBUiio, July 22. Down: Henry
Tate. Henry Ame. Lady Lee, Colorado.
WMtW cloudy and warm. River ral-
Nashville, July 22. Thtrty-one Inch
e (cant on Harpeth shoal. No arrival
or departures. Weather hazy and pleat
ant. New Orleans, July 22. Arrivad, Nick
Longworth from Cincinnati. No depar
ture. River raiting. Mercury AS.
PlTT-SUURO, July 22. Mouongahela 6
feat and falling tteadlly.
tHf Natloual. ! BultaisiB.
aa-Hpcelal attention tyai J lo er.Ur Irom ira
tuaU DiKlil or '!
HEM IS, HROWN & CO.,
A hunts Home Cotton Miiia
NO. M Ohio I. eve. Cairo, Ills.
WAO -i MAN U FACTOR
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
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j. r. WAHHI.IC
NEW YORK STOttE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L Attl) EST VARIETY IT0UK IN TUR OITT
GOODS SOLD VKRYOLOSK.
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OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
UiNT'L.Orrici, 172 WAaBiBoroaST.
Tnl Gnnu Lira lnraxaBca Coaapmy
guarantee not ouly Paid-up Pollolaa but
also a Value lu Cash on the Nou-farfaltura
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U. KNOBKLiJDOBF, - . - Uaorataxy
JOHN W. PRUUa.
Agtnt for Cairo aud vicinity.
HECTION NO. 47.
Association ror promoting Ufa Inturanoa
aud Hick Relief by weakly due and mutual
cooperation In object ol public beaaflt.
The UU Inaurance PoUoie wlil be lMUd
by the Teutonla Life Iniuranca CoBtpaay.
JOHN W. PJtrjKSS, Ao'T.
Summer Attention to th
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valen
ciennis, plain striped aud fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari
eties and patterns ; Nansooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Tercalea in hand
some figures and designs; em
broidereis in large assort
ments ; white trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in store a very complete,
large and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
P. S. Ploase call, no trou
ble to show goods. 6-28 tf
CAIRO CITY GOAL
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PITTSBURG AND ILL1N01?
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obiouvbb. or at Ua CaalTard baiow
' OijJu UotaL wtU raaatva pratift atatv
UosTTUa TDtpMOBTAVB' wtllTrtil aaai
loaa1d W itaaaart at aar aouf.r
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