JOHN 11. OBERLY, EDITOR.
T f i E ;HULJ,ET N.
UrmlluK tuHtlrr uii t r,v hi'.
CilKMlAN CIUIM II - Kluhteenlh
between yVh.Mih'Icoi sml Walnut.
.Meeting ctery hunda) nt 10? k. in,, nnd M
unday prhool at 3 p. in.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening.
I'KUIIYTKKIAN Rt,Mb Street.
I'rrucliliiK, Salilmtli at 10) a.m. awl 7) p.m
I'rnyer meellair, Vcdocday at 74 ti. in.
tabbath School, 8 p.m. .1. M. Lauixlen, Su
perintendent. ItitV. II. YlU VKM, I'neUit
METHODLST.-Cur, Eighth aud Wsluut.su
Pleaching, Habbath nt 10) a.m., and 7 p. in
I'raytr meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
i alilmtli School, 3. p.m. L. V . ntlUwull,
fUpt-llnlelllleUl. Kkv. K. I.. TllOM-j,
t UUKCH OF THE ItKOKEMKlt-tEplseo-
ilornlng prayers. Sabbath 104, -'a.
-vtiilug III )!, 7) .IU.
.' nbbatb in hool, 9 a.m.
ICkv. K. Coin, Hector.
1- FATKIIK'1 CUUltCH-Nlntb St. unit
W.fIiiuirtou Ave UU.
Public trervlLe, Sabbitb :! and I "J a.m.
V oners, 7 H.IU
rivi'-e rm day. 8 .n.
Hkv. I', J. O'IIalloha,, Prfc.t.
1 JOKPll'b CKL'KCIL (Geriu.111,1 .or.
tier til Walnut ami Crow tln-el.
Mai-, 'Very Mthtiittb at ID o'clock a. m.
per, 'i p. m.
llass 'JUriiJij week dyr, 15 o'clock a. tn.
Kkv. c. Hokkma.n, l'rirt.
bLKMAN LOTilEltAN CHUKCll-lStb
lxcel between Washington Avenue ami
Preaching Muuday moram it 10 o'clock.
iaMiath School at o'clock p. ui.
itUV. C. DUtltaCII.NKIl, I'arlor.
.UING MES'd CUMnl'lAN ASSuClA
J'lON. llcgulur meeting second Mundav
each tuuutb at their room over Kockwell
A. Co a bookstore, CotnmercUl aveuae.
Weekly l'rjyer meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. at
L, W. anixWL-Li, I'resldeDt.
11LKC11. Coruer Syetmore tad f yftj.
Sri dtreeta, l'ieclilu Sul'batU at. 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. rj.
Sunday dcUool 1 o'Uo L p. 13.
Itiu cLurcb h vouuected with thr Illinois
A-roclatlou, by the 'lrst Mlrtoury 15n;i.
tl-t Church ol . lo.
KkV. 3OUM0.1 L.EOIUKU, 1'attor.
i riUCA,: llLTUUl)l&r. Kourtntb. t,ft
tvfeeu Walnut and Cedar.
9cnrlcea,abbUh, 11 a.m.
s,bath acliool, 1 p.m.
CIm BietU at it p.m.
SECOND KKK.B M II.C UWVl&l
lesntn Street , br tween Walnut mil flar.
'itrvl Sabiitili. 1) and 3 p. m.
kkv. N. Kicks, 1'a.nor.
rlHX WILL, BA1T1ST UOiLE MISSION
SAUUATU SCHOOL --'rnrr W ilntlt
and ldar Stivoti.
Sabbath School, 9 a.K.
mtsT KitKK wici. n.rii-.T nirurii
berTlcef,.'"iililiatli 11 a.m., 3 p.m. i 71 p.m.
Kkv. Wm. Kti lki, 1'Mtor.
MU i JU-SIONAltY UAl'TISTCIUJKl'll.
"Cdar, between Ninth and Tenth t.
I'retchlu fcabbnth, 10) a,m. and 71 p.iii.
hrayer ineetlm?, veduiday rvonlin.
habbath School, H p.m. '"1"' 'n,!
nud Mary fctephfU. Supfrintqinlciit'..
Itt:v. 1. .1. hiioitr.h, !'
rKi. ON I) JIAl'TIST CHUKCII J'o'iruenth
streft, bct ten Cedar snd Walnut. The
only UaptM church rocmniled l the Av
rVc, i-alibatb, 11 i.tn. 3p,in. ami . p.m.
Km. Jacob HiuDi.r.t. KMcr.
A1HO C.OM.MANDKKY, No. 18. stated
Ar.embly at the Aylum31a-onlo Hall, url
aud Uilrd Jloiiilayn In each month.
'AIKO COI.'NCll., No.'J4.-K-BUlar Coiivi,.
cation at Jlanonic Hall, the -econd I rlda
in ach mouth. .....
CA1KO CllAITKK No. JL-Koguiar Coil-
vocation at Maonlc Hall, ou the third
1 uckday ol every month,
wAIKO l,oUOK,o.'i'J7 (.& A. JJ1.-Hiru-
lar Oommuul''llon at Manoule Uall, the
second and fourth Mondavi of each month.
ALKXANOKK LOOOK, Wl Meet- Id Odd-
KeUonV Hull, In ArterV billldln;. every
ThliniUy evenluc t oVlock.
Ooertior John L. l)uorld)r,
becreturj il state-Otoru'e II. Iliinow.
Auditor of Stute-O. K. Llpplncott.
dute Treanurcr-Ca-per Kuu.
Attornej tli-niTuI lamei- h. hdinll.
tupt.l'ulillc InstrucUou-Newton llaleinan
Seuaturj-Klchard J. Oglesby aud John A.
''lfcpretientaUe Klyhteenth Dl.Ulct leace
M KM II liKS (ILNi;U.VL ASS KM II LY.
Ki-nrcienlalle In Hit: With dlal'U-t.-,lubn
II. ibcily, Win. A. Lemma .mil Mith
ik .1. lupcore.
rimtoi lor the ruith dli-trlct. Oehe are.
Jude P. J. Hakcr, of Alexander,
bluie'n Aimrney l'lttrlck II, Pope.
Clerk-K. S. Yocum.
Shcrlit A. 11. Inlu.
Wm, Martin Aiweenor and Treacurtr.
Aitudates .f." K. MiCrite and 3. Marchll-
CltrW Jacob (1. Lyuch.
Coroner John U. Uoa.im&n.
Mayor John Wood,
Treaiiurer K. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. 11. Pullli.
Werk .Michael Huwluy.
Attoruoy 11. Watsou W'ebu.
Police Ujlrttrt 1 Urora uud J. J.
,MjrfLttl and Chlel of Police Wm. MoliAle.
Street Coiumlnilnuer 0. ,l, Uullinau,
HcultU OlUcer W. Wootetl.
Members Police Force A. Cain sur,:ect,
V, Whltcainp, Phillip Helm, CUaa. .Mebuar
nd P. A. Couuut.
UuAHl) OP AI.DKHMKN.
Find wurd -llir.iw HUby and J. M.
Hetiond vrurd Herman Meyern und Wood
Third ward Jobn McEwen and V. Kors-
P. Nellls and M. J.
Fifth ward-Joo. U. HoWnson and Wm,
NT KA HMO AIM.
'OAIHO AND FA DUMA H
frc aplandld etiuii.i
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leave Calro'UAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
oppich, BtTXiii32'X'i2r' 3tTXXiPi3rGh, coE. 3a?i?.3nET a. it
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
TIIBTKIAr, OP TliK ITALIAN
OUONIK KOH t'1111,1).
THE HOY.S ANXIOUS TO HE
A NOT II EK .SUIT I.VSTITl'TKI)
nnrTAL mckdkp. of an old
MAZi AND WOMAN POK
THE KA.Ti.KOA l KOnfJKR- f'TII.r,
TTC, ETC., KTC.
. evp uaven, July 23.At the trial of
(Sllonif!. tht! Italian, btiforc the city court
to-day, -avernl Italian- from New York
and other placej wro present. 1 h four
b..J toHiH.J that they had bun in lim
country twenty-one montht, and baeii
kept la a Croihv itrtet den in Now York,
till tby vre bruuitbt to N'pw Hrvbh
I seven weks nlra tte vfare bf.tHn .,,,1
kicked unltct ity brojj-bt lc a pro
cribed iue or money every night, and
' told by Glionle to ittnl"' ir tbey
njd not 4sru thu money , that tbey were
lo told by bitn that their parents would
be fined aci tbey be arrcstJ by th police
If ttey ran awBy, and that he bed n legal
right to bold tbem Tbey all itij tby
would be Klad to be free if the law would
Kivo tbem fro-idoin and protoct thern frera
OHonie. The contract under which the
Italian clalrai the right t hold
t'loboyi, were tranlate,i and laid before
the court, and it appear that tho Liv ler-
vice hav boon (old to him bv ih-ir pB.
recti, for four or five ye-n, at nu tverage
rata of about twoaly dollar por ye-r, and
with the provision tlmt the ptruntii ihould
have to pay for rnvlicnl iirvlnej,
and hoald forfait thu viaijm and
a fine .'f fso if tho bny should
ria fcway during tho term nf ?rvIro.
Tho rooeijt Italian Kw upon thi ubjint
wern lo laid b'foro tho ?ourt. ."ignor
Sooclii do C'r.uli, oditor of tht Kccodo
Itilla, wa, one of tbo witneM!t lor tho
.at". The -tatuto under which (illonio
lal betn indicted wsi pi.J in
1W.I, ror tbn purpow of nnllll'ylBg
the rugitiro slave lavr, but wnf novo." mod
for tbat purpoH). Tli pan.lty h rtatoi
prison from two to Uve year. Tbo court
beld that Glionlo it guilty of imprisoning
frbe parsons with iutont to ieep tbem in
a stale of servitude agalnt their will, and
required tho pr!onur to farnlh i 1.000 f ,r
hi) sppearance before tho jury in Octo
bor. rI!!ng to furnieb the bonde, he wa
ctT:imitted to the county jail. The boys
will bo taken care of ly the city ulhori
tins til! October.
MlNNKACOtl-, MlnnP'uta, July "3
Tho lollowing special was received by the
Tribune to-day "Ft. Oarry, July V2
Examination in the Gordon kidnapping
cute was at last concluded, and mot of
the villainios and persistent moukings ol
jutlct known to history woro brought
out. Tbu result, as was anticipated, H a
rnmmittnl of all prisoners. Kleteber,
Merriam, llently, Hay and Keegun.
Willis no surprise is manitts
tod, the indignation excited
among the friends of the prisoners and
thine of citir.iins herd who desired to see
simple Jiutlce done, Is very great. The
court, as per adjournment, con
vened at ten o'clock to-day to
hear thu decision of Judge Dlournay.
K VTC BToDliihLi.
Nf.w V.ikk, July 23. Suit hns been
; brought against Kate Stoddard, the oo
Jcet of which it to foreclose n mortgage on.
! one of Onodrich's houref on Dfgraw
; ttreet, UrooLlyn. King nliat Stoddard It
made a party to cover any rights fhe may
j have in the premises as widow of Charles
I Goodrich. Wheu the papers were read
and it Was explained to the prisoner that
I the object was to cut off her claim to the
property, she said she had no detire to
j got a dollar out of Goodrich's utatc, and
, sbn don't propese to claim anythiiiK. hut
sho dons wish to got certain trinket 1
I which decoa-ed gave bar, and which she
' snys arj now in his father's poiwlun. j
I TiVi) 0M) FEOI'LK MUKDEKKD.
Willi am e pout, July 23 Isabella Mc
1 Bridge, aged 70, living with her husbaud
on h farm about 7 miles from this city,
was brutally murdered last night by L
' Ing ahot through the head. Her husband,
John MoUridga, was knocked down with
! a club, and when found this afternoon,
was lying on tho Hoor woltarlng In blood,
I but living. The old pooplo Uvoil alone,
and Vioro supposed to have a large sum of
t money, Thres thoitssnd dollars was
found In tho house. No oluo to the mur
A tllUOTTHM AllAtll.
N'tw Yokk, July V3. UenJ. Hymi
tr lay shot l)r Mlllner, warden of tbo
homo for lame nnd cripplod children, the
doctor having beaten Hymt' ion, who was
n nmate. for attemot ne to flro the. Li.ii,i.
log, Pruyloui to the occurrence Uyrrn
1 bad Or Millncr arrested on charge .r
aiiatilt an.l la'.Ury, tnd the complaint
was dismissed on oxstiinatlon. Ilyinj
' ii ttrreslod and held to r-.l in S2.00'J. I
', Wound not dangerous. 1
FATAL FltAf A.
-'" July im-a ortte spo 1
, cIrI from UilIHcotbe a that yesterday
, n man named Uiicg, marshal of 0 recti -
UBld, Ohio, attempted to serve an i-Ject-mi-nt
on a man turned Jnhnton, who in
fllcled two terrible cuts r. Higs. H
alioai'aulted Dcpjty Mnrrhal Netty ilh
an at, who shot him thrmih the Kings.
It t thought both JokDtnn and Hogg
TO UK IIAMOED.
San rr.iitciaco, July '.3.-Uharlc A
liusII, iimrJcrcr of Jainc Crnty.-J'n
tunred to l- hDed Frirtny next, has
given up nil hopes of roinmutatlon of hlf
sentence, and U resigned to Lit fate. Ex
tra precaution are tsl:.n t-i prvent bl
ejnp and sulcMe.
THE K0BBKK.1 JTILI. AT t.AKQE.
Dr.a Moiwe., July 2:. Nothing rflla.
ble In r?ard to the railroad rubbers has
len receivod at this place to day. It Is
thought they have crotsod over the river
Into Illinuis. Tho tutnl amount taken by
the robbsrs from the irnln is nov; known
to be $2,337.
BTAUHED Hit amP l ATHKR.
Louuville, July 23. hi Washington
county, Kentucky, a lew days slnco, Dick
right, colored, stabbod his step-father,
Tom liaUiri, Intlicting a very dani-tirous
wound. Wright wai air"lwl xnrl is in
THE CoillMu i.rr.
Clevelaku, July 23 Grant tir,t.
aunt prevails among Iv erilen in ttfer
ruuee to tb coming meeting at Cleveland,
betweeu ths celebrattd horses JuJge Ful
lerton and Catnier; Fullsrton is a New
York horse, and Carmers is owned in IJos
ton. Each has hosts of friends, and in
animals both have made 2:21 farmers,
at I'roipoct Pa'k, last September,
and Fiillcrton at .Saratoga In October
,ch having deleatcd the other. II uowlng
oues iy It will bo diUIoult to name the
favorite. Goldralth .Maid, American
Girl and Lucy aro named for the raco for
all p.gc., and peculstIon it rir in relcr
eoce to the second place In tho rnc. It is
conceded by nil that the meeting has
bt... . 0i.. iii. ....i u .M of buna
ftver known in America.
lNiiU-..iiojH, July 2j. A mining,
pacins; tnd tmtllnt; rco cnues off at
Oambridge City course next Friday. Tho
track is in -plenJid condition, and a ;;nij
time Ir nr.ticipnted.
-Ei OM I'ai-'- i:ii e-
Dethoit, J.ily 23 Second day or
r..C64. First rsce for hores that have
never bcRten 2:15 , ?300 to !irt, 5200 to
!oond, 100 to third ; a oatrioi, C horses
darted. Chosnut Hilly first, (Jtiicksiivur
second, Sir Guorge thlrJ i time i:'M, 2.36,
2.37A. Id this rtco Iliily easily out-footed
Second raco for horsos thM had never
biaten 2:30; J700 for dr.: .
ors, ;H0to -eoond, S20Q to thirl and
ilOO to fourth; 13 ontrim, ten hones
itartel. The race was badly contested
and was not finished when dark oaino on.
Cojutto won ono heat, Ohio Hoy and St.
lame, each two, other horse ruled out.
The race will lie flui.bed to-morrow.
Weitbur line and good Nltendatico.
To i eoo, July 23. The annual regatta
of the Northwestern Amateur Homing at
socir.tiuii, coiQinenced hero to-day. The
first race, for plea.tire and working boats,
distance ; of a mllo and roluni, ti entries,
was won by tho Era or Toledo. Tho 1 o
end race, enior J-ored shell?, dl-tance
mil aud return, J entries, was won by
the Undines or Toledo. Time 2l iiiluute
3 1 secoude,
Fr. Watnb, Indiana, July 23 Thom
as A. Sluck, a former resident ol this city,
but for a year past agent of the Empire
Freight line at Toledo, met a severe, loss
tills moriiini!, in tho loss of his second ku
by drowning. The butly w. recovered
the Tor ok nis head knuckku on
Cincinnati, July 23. At Ashland,
j Ohio, yestoidiiy,Johii Lunghiiry, a fnruiar
I hauling hay, fell acros the tonguu of the
J wagon. His horses rati away Mid knocked
tho top ot hi skull clear off, killing him
, Thos. Fleming had his leg crushid to
i day by the cars while attempting to crow
! the trad; at the foot of Mouth Water
' street, ahead of a passenger train. Tho
, locomotive struct: the bujjpy, tbrowlug
J Flaming out ou the track. His recovery
' U doubtful.
uKUNiir.N mas hus ovrn.
! Lime Hock, July 23, A drunken
' man named Ouuane, who had goiu to
; sleep on the truck, was run over and
hilled by a train on the Memphis railroad
near Madison last night.
j Cleveland, July i3. The losi by tho
... i.tit - ,ii-,.. ...
burning oi tno uuunurj oi tries um
morning l e'tnoBted tn he No
. . -
JOHN 1' HALE.
Dovtit, New Uampihire, July 23
John HmIo's surgeons deem It advlsa-
ble to attempt to sot bit hip, and It Is con-
.Mnred doubttui it oe can recover, tie
luff'ari xtrae pain.
ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JULY
HEt'O.MME.VDATIONS OF THE
II. S. CONSUL AT MON
TE VI D KG.
HOINCS OK THE OHIO f'ON.
VENTION. MKEI'ING OF THE KKPU IM.IC N
STATE OK NT K A U COM
MIT PEE. ,
PKEPAH1NG POP. THE CANVASS
TKoOi'l. AT MO.N1EVIDKO.
Wasiunoiiiv, July 23 The United
States comul at Montevideo, In view of
the civil war la Cntre Hios, recommends
that t e Unitod States steamer Wap prt
ceeds to tho ports of Prara and Paraguay,
for tlm protection of persona and prop
erty of Ameiirnn citizens. Tho following
is the report from thu coiiiinander of tho
Wap, datt-1 off Montevideo, dutm U,
addressed to Admiral Tuylor, coiiimaiid
Ing naval force at South Atlaiitlo "talion :
'The revolution in Entre Klos still contin
ue!. Tho reported capture of Parara
early In tho in.iith prove to have
hem false. It Is ld in
this morning's papets tliat
Jordon m oniero.l all malei in Entrc.
Rios betvoen 15 and 70 to be enrolled,
and states tho-e who do not report ate to
he conthcatfld. The journals estimate
18,000 meu to be ir. irms on ono side or
the other It Is ajvTted from Argentine
source that Jordomtes receive encoure.
nnr.t nnd assistance from Hrasil. Tho
only thin, that teems to effect foreigner
is the published proclamation of Jtudurt.
that he will shoot any foreigners captured
lighting againrt him It appears nlso
that 80mo of bis meu boarded a Dutch
batk and took from her two iron (aimon-
rat, O.NITITLTIO.f At, ''ON VKH 110.1.
In the constitutional convention to-lay
tho report of thu committee on apportion
ment prcxented a report. It provl les
that an apportionment of tho ftntti ball
be made nvery ton yeart after 1571, by di
vidicg tbu whole population by the bum
bsr 105, the quo'.Liul belnt the ratio ol
tepreiont-atoti Tor tbo houso of reprosen
tativti. Every coftnty h.ll H entitled
to one representative; orery cour.ty eon
talninj one rnti j nd n half shall be en
titled to two ropro'cnLitivu'; ovnrv coun
ty containing tbre ratios shall bo
entitled to three representative, and so on.
the stato is divided into tun euatorial dis
tricts, any county forming n part of a sen
atorial dintriet having acquired a popula
tion eQUnl to t-nth of the whole popula
tion ot tbo stale shell be separated from
the other with which it bn been j.iinod,
and made a epirslu dir'.rlct. No change
ol this apportionment ihnll be mvlo till
Ft. Watsk, July 23. Kldunta of tho
southwestern part of tho city, somo time
since, in ordur to ecnpu taie, applied to
thu count v commissioners to be sot off as
tbo separate town of r-oiith Wayne. The
petition was rulused and the common
council proceeded to I.icorporntu .South
Wuyno as a part of tho city, greatly to
tbu chagrin of South W'ayners, who ap
pealed tho Cio to tht: eircuit court. Thu
cae Was tried on a change of venue be
foru Judge Slack of Huatlngtoti, and con
cluded to-Jay. Ihe Judga resuivcs hi.
ducision until the :iith instant.
KEI'l Ul.lt A.N'i CON Sf 1.1 1 SO.
ColVMRCk, Ohio, July '.'3. The He
publicmi State Central ccliimittee met
here for consultation to-day. A majority
only of the congressional districts are rep
reiioiited. Letters were read from Con
gressmen 'Monro-,, (iurfluld, San fur d and
others, proimeiug to tal.ii pull in the cam
RAILWAY t'KI.KIIRAI ION.
Milwaukkk, ,1'ily 23 Several hun
dred Green Uay excurMoiiists liave ar
rived to celebrate thu opening of the .Mil
waukee and Northern railway to that
point. Thu Koyal Sixon band will enter
tain theui at Cellulitis park this evening, h
giving a grand concert, ttt-snlod by thu
Milwaukee Musical nociely.
THE COS I KXCIlAMJh'.
Piri iKUiiu, July ti. A meeting of the
coal exchange w as held in this city to-day,
Tho report of the couiiiilttu on Miinonga
hula Lridgfl was received nud adopted
A comiilllreo of three was appointed to
employ couusul and proceed to Inslirute
legal proceeding' against tho Mauo'iga
htila Bridge company. The chairman
of tho committee "ii water gauges
gauges, ctu, reported progress, and v.ero
nuthtiiued to estublUh works at Oil ('ity,
JSIol'gaulOVMi nnd Gretuibbnro. Thu fol
lowing re- Julioii wm passed uiiani
Ho'olV'ti, That thu owner or owner of
each coal initio lie ready at any time to
meet miners employed at their respective
works; thutuo regard 7i. pounds to the
bushel; one and a halt
acreen, ! "". ,,M0 bv
fltofeot long, at four cent per bnsbul, as
the standard measurement proles for coal.
Thu Mining Exchange then adjourned.
Coal minors now ou a strike in this vl
clnlty, held a convention to-day, and af.
ter n long dlu-unioti agreed on a icalo of
pricuc In which they domaud pay fur nut
coaltnlnod. Muoy. ol the iron mills ,nd
3d w.ai-iiibra-'roisr A. V23
factories will ,j compeltod to upoiid tin
ios Hrraiigcmoiils.lur co.tl caa be obtained'
THE lllt.HT KIM) 01 HKILTII OIT1CCR..
New York-, July Ti At H p.m. 2M)
policemen under command of Inspector
Willing, nis'-mbled at ('hanihor street
'taiion, and proceedt-l thence to Wash
ington market, when tho Insp"clor.'posteiI
them around the triicttir-). Th
kooii a'tr joincl by Profu'tor Chandler
mil Mr. 'Sjinltb of the hmlth hoard, the
sanitary superintehilent, ami a tltunher of
beulth inspector, snil about ISO carpenters
in charge of a foreman. The work at
pulling down the booths and Minds erected
beyond tho line of the idewnll. Wns at
once begun, aliil e-irrie 1 out to the very
letter. Sheds a far a Oteniiwioli treot
were 1 ) Vol 1 0.1 t the ground, butchers and
other occupant showed le-iilinc to the
officers of the law, hut contented them
selves with illls for datiiittfi!. The pUiv
wilt bo disinlected in the morning
AT (A KM I ANII I'lllNCEroM.
Evanivi! i.r., .Inlv 21. Two deaths
from cholera reported by tho Journal x
piK-hl, t Carmi, Illinois, The disease
U chronicled at suiciding near Princeton
by the Journal ( oorrenpomleiit.
AT Mr. VKHSON.
The Jouriial'i ill. Vernon reporter says
Hint tho paiii,. U over at that place- Two
death, were reported tn-dny, but no new
cae. Stores are lining opened and busi
ness tc turned, nnd a mure cheerful Mute
of itll'nira prevails.
A r WH KELt Ml.
WnBKI.f-O, .Inly 2H. A limn untiled
Charles Itronks died lliin itlteriiuun of
cholera. W. H. ili,n, an old re-ldeiit
of this city, i i very low with ilo- bhmim
AT I.A ORANOK, KEK1VCKY.
Oi.icuv.sai I, July 23. La Orange.Ken
tucky, has had 13 deaths from cholera
within th-ee liny-!.
UiKcr.srvATi, .liitj 33. Only one. death
from cholera rnported nt the hf.tih uitlce
II KMl All il. I nl'AI.S
Barcelona. July 23 Thu rmiair.i of
Gifti. Cabroriiet?., who was klllod in an en
gageuient near Hiiioll, le,teu tlm Ru.
in i to
lit ilM-l !
puMtu-tni and Carlistt, will bt bruuo,hl
this City . The I'nrllsU vlalai that
effectiv) force in Spain numbers 311,010
men. They hato difom barked a large
guintfty of nrmt ind aimniitlon from
K'n'Jrinil at Kejillto.
Pu:i, July 2;:. The Curluts have
made a formal demand on France, for
recognition of their right a belligerent-;
The French government hai refined, aud
declares that il will retm-.in perfectly neu
tral. In accordance with this policy it
has forblden Spanish Hupublicnui from
sending forces to Purceda, by Why of port
Vendre, a French town on the Mediterra
nean. t luMIc.vr Mall.
Vienna, July 23. Tho emperor of
Austria will go to St. Petersburg in the
autumn. The visit is regarded by the
pre as of deep politlml slgniilcan :e.
WAtll.iaio.s, July 2a. Probabililie
On Thursday, for Eastern Gulf aud South
Atlantic coasts easterly winds, veering to
the south, with partly cloudy weather aud
occasional local eturiiin For Middle nud
Eastern States and Lower Litkoi south
westerly wiuds, and partly cloudy and
clear weather. Por tint Northwest aud
Upper Lakes rising barometer, westerly
winds and Increasing cloudiness. For
Ohio Valley oiithua.terly ami toiithwest
erly wind, higher lemprtraluie and pn
hlv local idoi'lim.
Si Louts, July 22. Arnved, Johnson,
Keokuk , Jtism. Illinois river; Ironsides,
Pittsburg , Julia, Vickslmrg , Alice, Mis
sourl river. John tiiltiiore. Ciiirti ,
.Mitchel, St Paul, Bertram, Cincinnati ,
Joe Flemiiii', Cairo. Departed, Johnson,
Keokuk: llisiiiuick, New Orleans , Grand
Tower, Memphis, dosio, Peoria . Lewis,
Missouri river, Du lliuju, Giluiorn aud
barges, Pittsburg Itivor falling, clear
LoutHVli.i.K, July 2H llivor rising
very slowly, itcant 7 loel canal; fi feet In
dlnn chute. Hot; mercury at I p m 81".
Arrived. Hlmi Wing, Kentucky river;
Grey Ilountl and barges, Cairo; J 1) Par
ker, MomphU Departed: Blue Wing,
Kentucky river; .1 I) Parker, Cincinnati'
Memimii", July 23. Weather clear
ar.d pleasant, ltlver falling rapidly Ar
rived last night Lawrence, Cincinnati;
Clarksvtllo, Arkansas river. Departed:
Hello Sereveport, lied river; Jennie How
ell, Cincinnati; Mary Houston, Louisville
Lioness and hargtu, Ohio river
EvanbVII.LK, July 23. Weather clear
and warm; mercury 70 to 84, Hlver
risen rt Inches Op Fayette, Hubert
and Beltin Stewart. Down i Mary
Arnent, Orey Eagle and Idlewlld, all with
Cincinnati, July 23. River K feeet
in the channel. Arrived, Phil Sheridan,
St T.nut, Departed, Cliarmor, Evans
villa. Clear and warm.
Namivili.k, July 2, 20 Inches on the
shoals, river falllnt-slowly and no arrivals
or departures. Woather fair and pleas
ant, Little Hock, July 23. -Hivnr contin.
ties to fall, 3 feet In channel. Weather
clear and warm, mercury S7.
Nr.w Gki.kanh, July '23, No arrival.
Deputed; Commonwealth, St Louis.
Weather rdnndv: inerourn 89,
ViCKBnniin. July 23. No boats up or
down. Weather closr and warm. Itlvur
VlTioMCao, July 28. Itivor 4 foil 2 In
cliei In the channel aud falling.
1ST XT 33
..w.o, ,n 4o, rmur urm; lor
Ugber Krados suiter iU.ixt my ; ir is 7.
'It l.ULlK. .Inlv I.',ir ll-.M. tm
vVbent Ortn and uiiehauied; sales all
tuiples, No .1 n-i f o,., j,,.. M
Corn flriner, No -i mixed 339c rath;
OjIs slow nml unchanged, No 2 314
3Jshi 27J August, 27?fu.29e .SepttMu-
Kye quiet, No 2 fto.VM
Pork i.nchangedal HO Co for mess.
Dry salt meat nominal; shoulders 7J
?C, clear rib BlotlSL-. elear .ill,. Hi
bams Ul151 ' J '
l.artl dull; winter strain S(ii sle.
Coffee Urm; lilo 22f"A24-lf.
Sutrar unchaiii-tnl; Loiii-iana Mjruuliije;
Plaiitatinn molaxe unchaiigiil nt 7t(Vii
Whis dull at Olio.
Cattle good demand and steady j mmli
nu -o cnoice ?o imuo; s t-1 cOWs
iiiiintrs 91 it'ot;-; iiiiaaj. fuf.i1! ,o.
Hoga lower at jl 2i I In.
Nkh York, July 2 f Flour duil and
heavy, common to Koj
tocLoIcnfii t.V;o v Lit
J7 207018 JO.
Whiskey Urm, !Uc
Wheat heavy, No ;i choice spring M 110;
Iowa spring il 4t,M II; No 2 'lile-ieo
il 51 40.
Corn heavy, moderate demand, steamer
mixed ol(V,r,c-, lailrond tTOjJ'.lc, white
Oats heavy nml lower, new wetern
mixed !2oV 12 Ac; whito wv-telii liife.le ;
.Molasael dull and unchanged
Pork ftriu, new mess .I7J.
Cot meal nulet, smoked 1m nu lift!!
ibaverage l.-.Je; middles quiet ai.l llrm
Lard llrmer, westeru slu.tiii CjOifl.
. VtW; t?,,'JJzKy!L
treble ?C 00(0,7 oO, fain It J8 !m.t,1 oil.
Corn .carTe; m'.M f.in teib.w t.n, -
ijay scarce; prime $24,
Or; salt ..'eatV.carCe: shoulder, ale
Uaonn in active demand and tlrniu",
- b, j3"ttc, uains iujte;ioc.
Litrrt dull; reflued tierce S?C5.'e: keu
bugnrdull; fully fair 9le.
.Molasses, no movement.
Whiskey active and higher Louiiwna
USe; Ciilflnnatl $1.
Cotl'ee quiet, lS20c.
MEHflns. July 23. Gotten quiet and
unchanged; n'ih to otdtUHry lOit; low
tmouiin, I8f, rnooipv utpniuii o-c,
Flour good demand, to.
Corn meal dull and depressed. &.
Corn steady, So(J07c.
Oats quiet and weak, 43c
ILsy market bsre.
tirau quiet, fin.
Lard aud bacon quiet and unchanged.
Pork dull and nominal.
STE A MHO AT HUTCH E R
!Ur Matlouisl.Hisolt ulltllu-i.
s.Wiel4 atlrtiliua pant tnur.lera trntii steitm
huau nUtii or iUt
1 118. M cO E E,
On KlKltltitrftt, hftwreu CoimuercltJ u. WnL
MlttU'li Atrdll-", In slllT rtCIVIfC
NEW MII.lalNEUY HOODS
I.A T KMT efitinn ANII MniMKR ,rvi.ra.
Hr-iiitt lull line of
Vd02TJriU'Vhl ate H.A.'X'a
ITriiioait.,1 au.l uulriiioiiti,
Kitr.Miii h.owkhm, KiiiiioNe, tiiisimimih
if nil klD'l.. I.u'rn, "10., flc.
Mr. Mi'lle has Al-o is liiit aaiurtrueiit n
NWK TI.'.H, O'tl.lMBis. UNIlK.hHLI.KVKI,
Kt'r KH, HArtll Ivl, KA."SM
Auil all ulhtir atlielua tlsnalljr I mill, I In a
FIKST-CLASS MILLINEKY STOKK
Mrs. McGce. in addition to her rtlock of
Fancy and Milliner) Good, ha- a line and
Complete a-mirtmcut of Cincinnati Cu-toui
made LutllcH' ami Mb-ne' ShoeH and Chil
tlrulin' Boot-, Black and Hi Color. Tlir-e
ureaekuowlcdged to be the liue-t and bc-t
ever In thu market, uud thin N the oul)
holle the ellv that makeathem a -pcclalt)'
NEW LI VERY STAHLK
HKTWEKN WASH N AVKNUK ANU WAI..1U1
Dr. II. K. ril't Inforio. ia publie tli.t ,r
L 1 V K R V .V T A H L H
ou Hit. uurUlo! aele ef To u III street a nam
Ilia HUblna Hill lie (IllUlalie.l with llelie lull trt
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
aud thu public may he accoiiiiuod.itcil at al
hour-, of the day and night with ifu teams
tut the lo A eat terni".
Dr. Field" akt a hare ot public piUoiiaKe
uud will endeavor to iiiclit It by lair di ulln
and strict attention to bu'
'P I 1 L I 1
Q a O 0 S R . IS,
V K O V 1 6 1 O ti SJ KTO.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
c.. ........ a ll i . ..
oUMMEIl Attention to thm
' tradc "ng a large aelec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste do valen-
eiennis, plain striped and 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 ; Tereales in hand-
. , .V. . 1 1
Burnt- ijuures aim uesiorns: em.
f broidereis in large assort-
! meiiLi : white trimininca in
large iissortments ; linen suit-
rmur nun anu I n t i i
'..ii .i-.; gothi nigs in all shades ; linen darn
wi,et extra a3(S( hamisomc nattorns :
have in atoro a vory complete,
huge and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods vory cheap.
P. S. l'lease call, no trou
ble to show jr,oods. 6-28 tf
You can buy six
i and one-half lbs. Durant'
A Cofteo Sugar for One Dol-
i lftr ; ScVC'Il lbs. iV(3W OrleaUl
j Qugar fQr 0ne Dollar; Beit
three aud one-half Uba. Prime
' Coffee, One Dollar; Beat
r ; i m rv TVll A
1 Lmperiul lea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun-
powder Tea, One Dollar antf
i Seventy-five Cents perpouod ;
l OUHg HyflOH and VOlOIlg TM,
QllO Dollar per pOUnd, and 6T-
erything proportionately cheap
at Hi ham Bixbt.
E. I). MATHUM.. 1 0 OHt
MATHUBS & UHL
JAY ANJ) WE8TEKN PRODUOh!
JOHN B. FJ1LLIS k SON,
iHuooas.ur. lo John I). thlUua)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,,
dm. TENTH -ST. amu OHIO Lit VK
OKNKHAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, Oeuk.it, Plabteb, Haik, Ktc.
-tjo Olslts Levvc.
J3TI will aell In car load lot at miaul a
Hirers' price, aildluK freight. VJ-tl
W1MKJS ADD tJtiOOHa.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
VVUOI.KSALK GKOOEHU, I
OHIO I. MVMI
(IAINII, I 1. L, I U I .
Also, v-. c&D.laulljr ud tiatiU a tuusl tau
elate took of
nmTOII AMI) lKiau WIllnHlKS
(i I N H,
Port, MaJeria, Sherry and Oatawba WUiM
It. Smith Si Co. aie alo s;;elit lorHpeu
t er, McKay Al.o.'a Pitts burg ale, ofwhlcL
large slock In kept constantly ou hand al
WHITE C'OLLAIil'LANINU MILL
s v -ii.TKNN. frsaiarUlor.
in. Ill la
' HARD and SOP! LUMBER
i A.I 11
, LATH, SHINGLES, OKDAK POSTd
UOORS, SASH, BLINDS
ok i) khs s0l101tkd.
hiunlalio.l on aleirlesl notio.
Commeit'iitl avouuo, between Tenth aid
SAMUEL F. WIIEKLKB,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over First National bank, S-IUn.
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