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JOHN U. OBERLY, EDITOR.
Krmlloc lanller on vir.r inc,
CIUUSITAN CHUKOHElKbti-eutli streft
bttvreeu Wellington and Walnut.
.Meeting every Bundsy at 10 a. in., ami S
""untlay school at 3 p. to.
Prayer meeting Wednesday crenlnfc,
Preaching, Salibatli at 10 a.m. and 71 p.m
Prayer tneetbg, Wednesday at7i p. m.
sahfiath .School, 3 n.tn. .1. M. I.ansden, Hit-
porlntondetit. ItEV. II. Tiiayp.k, Pastor
1KTIIOI)IST.-Cor. Kighth and Walnut flu j
t ruacmiu;, naoDain at n a.m., anu i p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7J p.m.
Hahfath School, 8. M. I.. W. fitlllwell,
mi perimeiiMciu. kkv. r. i.. tiiomphom,
LllUHCil OK T1JE ltEl)KOtKK-(KpIiCO-
Morning prayers. Sabliatb 101
Kvi nlni prayers, 7 p.m.
HiMmtfi school, II a.m.
Kkv. K. Coan, Hector.
.T. PATIUCK'S CHUKCH-NIntb St. and
W alilugton A.cuilP.
Public benkc, Sabbath 9:10 and 101 a.m.
ci-iifrH. 7 n.iu.
-Vrvlce f cry lay,
, a a.m.
, 0'Mali.0KA, l'rleit.
T .lO.SKPH'S C'liLUCH.-lOennan.j tor.
Her ul Walnut and (,'rowi streets.
Mar-, ecry sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Yt.'slnti, '1 p. ci.
Jl " during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Kkv. C. IIokkman, l'rleit.
itreet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
.-jbbtU School at 2 o'clock p. m.
Kkv. U. Dl'kuhcunkh, Pactor.
VOl'NU UKS'S CHUUjTIAN AbSoCIA
TION. Kegular uieetlug second Monday
each month at their room over Kockvrell
A Co'a bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I.. W. SiiM.WEM.. President.
6IXOND JIl&slONAHY UAPTIST
( lUJKlll. Corner ayeamore and Pott-
lit -t Mtrucls. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and :i o'clock p. m.
hiiuday school I o'clock p. m.
The church la connected with tbo MlnW
Acitociatlon, by tbf Plmt Missionary Ibp-
ll-t I hurcb ot Cairo.
Kkv. koutxox Leo.vakii, Cantor.
AKK1CAN MKniODIST.-Kourteenth, be
tween Walnut and t'edsr.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
.ibbath School, 1 p.m.
Cla'i mrrU at il p.m.
rLTOND PKHK WILL UAPTIsT'-Kif-
I'liuth Street., between Walaut and Cedar.
Stirlff r-abbatb, 11 and S p. m.
Kkv. IUckh, Pastor.
r'P.KK W1I.I. HAI'TIST HOJll." MISSION
SAUI1ATII SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, H h.iu.
flltT KKLK WILL UAPTIST CHL'ltCIl
services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3p.m. it 71 p.m.
ItEV. Wm. hru.cv, Pastor.
IUST 11ISSIONAKV HAI'TIST CUUKCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth anil Tenth ts.
TreachluL' Sabbath. 101 a.m. aud 71 p.m.
1'rayer meeting, W eduesday euliu;.
1'reacblng, Friday evening.
Sabbath school, 11 p.m. John anilaiter
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
KKV. T. J. SlioKfcs, l'attor.
aKC O.VD HAI'TIST C1IUHCH Fourteenth
street, between Cedar and Waluut. The
only HaptUt church recognUed by the Av
Service., Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. ami . p.m.
ItKV. .Iacoh HlUKI.KV, Klder.
Assembly at the Ai-ylum Mai-ouic Hall, tint
aud third Moudaya In each monp.
0AIHO COl!.SClL,No.21.-Kegidar Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second 1 riday
In each month. .....
UAlllO CUA1TEH No. 71.-llegular Con
vocation at Maionio HaU, on the third
Tueaday ol every month,
UAlllO l'oDUE, So. 237 f . 4 A. M.-ltegu.
lar Communication! at Maaonlc llall, Die
nacond and fourth Mondays of each month.
AI.KX.VNUKH 1.01)0 E, Wt-MecH In Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Artcr'a buililliifi. every
Thunday eTenlng at 3 o'clock.
Oovernor .lohn I.. Hcvtllilge.
secicury of Stato-Oeorgo 11. Hallow.
Audlu.rof State-C. E. Llpplucott.
SWtu TrouHUrer-Ca;per Hutz.
Attorney (lenural Janies K. tdsall.
Supt. l'ubllc Inatnjictlou-Newton Uateman
ScnatorB-Hichard J. Oglejby and John A.
''iTcprcscntatlvo Eighteenth Dlstrlctr-Uacc
MFJIHEHS UENEHAIj AS3KMULY.
ltcnrc?entativei' In tin- 60th dlstrlct.
Johii II. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
tw .1. Inscorc.
htuiitor for the 50th dltrlct. .lefie are.
Judge 1. J. Hfker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney l'utricl; H. I'ope.
Cleik It. S. Yocum.
SherllT-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Amen-or and Treasurer.
Judge- K. Hros'J.
Associates J, E. McCrite and S. Marcbll
inu. Clerk .lacob (1. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Uobrtnan.
MUM ICIl'A I. Tio VKKNM EN T.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer U. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. Fallis.
Clerk Michael Ilowley.
Attorney II. Vaton Webb.
Police Muirlstrate F. Ilross and
Marshal and Chief of Tollce Wui.Mcllalu.
Hlruet Commissioner 1). J. Uulligan.
lleulth Olllcer W. Wooten.
Members I'ollco Forco A. Cain aargent,
F. Whltcauip, l'hbllp Helm, Clias. Muliuer
and I'. A. Conunt.
IIOAUO OK AI.nRHMK.V.
First ward -Hiram ltlxby und J. M.
1 Second ward Ucrman Meycre and Wood
Third ward .lohu MclCwen and F. honu
Fourth ward C.
Filth ward Jno.
F. Nellls aud M. J.
II, Koblnson and Wm.
CAIRO ANi) PADUUAH
Tin' lUaiHd (umer
Dick Fowl, Captain '
... ..... .u....i..iiii.h hi
i.fsves Cairo uaini, iouuu.j .vv,..v.., .
JICE, 33 U
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
DKLBGATION OF SOUTH CAJM).
MXBANS IXTBUV1HW AT
lil A MS.
AM) UHOK I'tJI'.THKK I'JMWKCU.
TION OK TilK KU.Ki.UX 1M
Til 111 It STATB TO B I) IS
Waihisotox, July 'Jl. A delogttion
of prominent .South Carolineans headed by
Hon. 1). W. I'orer, (5en. J. II. Kenbaw
and I. M. Sinn bad an Interview with At
torney Oen. Williams this morning, and
urged that further proeecutlon of the
klu.klax ollenders in South Carolina be
diicontinuod, ui that organization wai
broken and a cenatlon would have a con
cllalory effect on all claiici In that lec
tion. That tboio convicted and now
erving out termi or entcnco b
pardoned. The attorney general
in reply tald the Inttructloni already bad
been I,ued to nop projccutionn agalr.it
ku-ktux oil'endert, excejit In very aggra
vated ca(c, and loino of tboJy coniicled
bad alroidy beeu pard.'iiel. It wai tbo
policy of the t)reident to pardon all
keeping the moit aggravated caien, how
over, till tbo Init.
A general order wa i-itiod lo-di.y by
tbo lecretary of war prohibiting diiburs
ing olliccri from Inulng vouct'en, which
shall act a due-bllli against
tbo I'nltod States for unpaid
accounts. Tbo only exception under tbo
fongoing, will be tbo hruanco of certified
statements of personal services, and wuges
due in cno of an employee discnargud and
not paid at tlrm- of licbarge, for want of
Tbo postmaster genornl to-day inued
an ordor authorizing employment by the
poit-om'ce at Chicago of twentv ndditlorihl
letter carriers, servlco to commence the
first of August; comu.iatIon SvS'lu jier
Sa.v rnA.vcijco, July 'Jl. The Demo
cratic convention nominated Janies il
McDonald, mayor, vice-president of the
l'acllic bank. The Tax-payer.' Independent
convention will probably nominate A!
vord for rn-elcction, if bo will accept.
IJVKI.Y TIME AT THE TISIAI.
A"' I'Ol'.T (5AKKY YES
T Eli DA Y.
FROM TORT OAHKV.
MISNEapolis, July 21. Tbo following
is a special to the Tribu no to-day: Kurt
Garry, July 54. In the conrt-room to
day the point of law is being argued on
the question of bail. Mr. I'.oyal, council
for tho defenje, crowdrd Attorney Gen
oral Clark too close, find the latter made
a disgraceful exhibition of bis discomfiture,
and turning suddenly from his desk, ho
threw & !pit ball in Koysl's face, with the
"YOU AHU A DIM'V rUITV. '
Tho attorney gonoral wus mado to re
tract tho insult immediately Hftorwards.
The friends of tho prisoner bavo bopos for
a favorable decision, although it is a mat
tor of spoculutlon. Clark and bis
minions aro leaving nothing undono
which can possibly deepen tbo Indignities
heapod on the Americans, All strangers
aro watched with suspicions, Tho pas
sions of the people nre appealod to in
every manner. Probabilities of an inva
sion from Minnesota are common street
talk. The following bulletin was circula
ted on the streets last night: "liight or
wrong, can tho law bo enforced ?
To-day application for bull
was inndo for the kidnnpport,
Mr Cornish urged upon thd court that
granting ball was only putting a price
upon the crimo of kidnapping. Tbo ar
gument Iihs solved that tbo presiding
judgo, MoIConzlo, was driven homo by
Wilson of Minneapolis. This may mean
nothing, but wo shall eeo that Canadians
will bo on tho alert fur the result. "Und
save tbo queen,''
Clark's Insult to tho American contul
has boon forwarded to the British minis
ter nt Washington, tlitizoni here gener
ally sustain Taylor, and censuro Clark,
while those who daru, brand him a villain
of tbo worst type.
A.V IMPORTANT DECISION.
JIatamokan, July IN. Via New Or
leans, July 21. The federal district court
bore has pronounced an important decis
ion favorable to importei of merchandise
In n foreign country, in denying the right
of tho government to colic jt a duty f one
half cont por pound or on gouds imported
Into Zuno Libra. This deeUion is based on
I the provision of tho uew tarltl, and was I
made on the protest of Mntamnras mer
chants against the exactions of this duly
by custom olllclalt who had persisted in
collecting it, although the lormer tarltl, l
u ruler which It was Imnosoil. hail lumn ra
peaieu, Aueoneuioi me uecision will be
to extend the privilege under the Zeno
XiXiE'riXT STTIXiDIlTa-, COB. 12TH 8TBBBT A. 1ST
Jilbra, ainf U appllculd throillinul tlio
I'Atnit MA II,.
New Yomk, July H, At a nwetini; of
the directors of the l'aclflc Mall company
to-day, logal advice was taken as to the
rights of tbo company, to liue bonds. It
was tho opinion of the council that under
their charter and tbe revised statute, the
1 cornpiny has full power to If mo bonds for
completing contracts for building steam-
I erj, ota, or foruher contracts that might I
be necessary lmreaflcr to bo takon to raise
muiiuj lor currunioxponsoi, ana rresnient
Urtdbary was appointed a special com
mittee nj to iiiiiutint of bondi, and mode
of issunlng t hem. to report to a fuluro
Ni:w Yohk, July 'Jl. The work of -io-mulisbing
objectlonablo booths at Wnsb.
ington tnnrkot was completed to-day by
ono hundred and fifty laborers, protected
by double that number of policemen.
The market find tbo neighborhood were
OI'KMNG OF TUB SARATOGA
Sauatooa, July 'Jl. Fine weather
good track and a large attendance charac
terize the opening to-day of the Saratog
racing association. Tho first race for the
Traverse UUi., one and three-quarters
miles, for three year olds, created in
tense oxcitemont. There were seventy
ninu nominations, of which tbe
following started : Merldac, Count
D Orsay, Springbok, Tom Howling, Fel
lowcraft, McCormick, Waverly, and Free
Lance. Just previous to the rase pools
were sold, Howling $30(), Springbok f 270,
Count D'Orsay 1130, Merodac SI0, field
$'10; great ditllculty was experienced in
eil'ecticg a start. Count D'Or? ay did not
get away when the Hag fell, and 'was out
cf tbe race from tho .trt. T
Howling won; Springbok ran lap
ping him for a greater part of
the race, but threw his rider at the fur
long pole, on the homo strstch j time 3.0rjj.
After tho race a claim of foul ridlne; was
made against Tom Uowllng's Jockey, It
being asserted tbat he rode over Spring
bok cutting bis left foro leg. Tbo Judges
after n prolonged consultation, decided
agalnit the appeal, and gave the race to
Howling, with Waverly second, Merndac
third, and injuries to Springbok.
Tbo second race was for sweepitake, all
ages, 50 entrance, with $600 added,
ono milo and a quarter. Joe
Daniel", Wizard and Stratchen-
Dktroit, July LM--Notwitbslanding the
extreme beat to-day there was a large at
tendance at tho Ilamback park races
Tne unfinisbed C:"0 races of yosterday In
which live beats wero trottod, was An
ished this forenoon, Cozetto winning the
raco in two strait heats J Ohio Hoy, sec
ond ; St. James, third ; timo 2'.10 and" 3:31 J.
Tfco chief raco of to-day was
for lior?os that nover have beaten 2:'2i
$750 to first, 300 to sncond, $200 to third,
$100 to lourth. Six entries, Fred. Hooper,
Mollle Morris, Janette, Pilot, Temple, Lit.
tlo Jimmy, and Ueti. Sherman. Fred
Hooper was distanced in the first beat.
Darkness prevented the finish of the race,
which will bo finished to-morrow.
Sr. I.nui, July 21. Threo steamboat
hands named Otto Uilbart, I'etor LaTour,
and Win. Able, who had been drinking
heavily, got Into nti altercation about 15
cents, on the levee, at tbo foot of Chateau
avenue this aftornoun, when Able made
an assault on LaTour, who with Hilbert,
left, and started up tbe leveo. As they
wero returning, Ablo threw rocks at them
hitting LaTour behind tbo left car, Inllict
ing n sevuro wound, and
again on tbe foot. Hilbert picked
up a piece of granite weighing about'feur
pounds, burled It nt Ablo, struck him full
in tbe forehead, knocking him insensible.
Ablo was conveyed to tho bospltal, wboro
he now lies in a critical condition. Ilil
bort and La Tour were arrestod and
1'llII.AUKl.i'illA, July til A dispatch
to tho Evening Telograpb from West
chester says it now nppoars from tbo evi
dence obtained that Udderzook left Haiti
more with $1,500, and was to meet Goss,
alias Wilson, in Philadelphia, and give
him the money, and see him on board a
steamer in port, but rather than part with
tbe bonds ho took Gois to the country and
murdered him, pocketing tbe money and
returning to Haltimore,
AllUlTTKH TO HI AI..
New York, July 'Jl. -Michaol Hullty
indicted with two others for the murder of
Jacob Young on tho seventeenth of Maroh
17th last, bus been admitted to bail, it
being shown that ho didn't Inflict a fatal
Little Kuck, July 21. It, Morriman,
a defaulting postolllce clerk at Conway,
in Fatickuer county, was arrested and
tried bore to day, and bound c ver t ap-
at tbe next term of court,
Nav Haven, July 'JL The four Itul
ian children have boen placed in tbo Mate
reform school till the trial of Ulloniu in
ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JULY
KXTKNSIVE F1HK AT SID
THIRTEEN FAMILIES MADE
HOMKLBSS BY A FIKKAT
SYLVAN I A.
Cincinnii, July 'J4. An Enquirer's
special from Sidney, Ohio, eays a terrible
fire ocvured in tbat place to-night, des
troying 'W. W. r.oblnsou's resldenco,
Uogors A Murray's confectionary; Fry
x Co it., dry goxls store damasd
Loss (10,000. The heaviest
losors aro J. H. Fry & Co,
dry goods merchants. Five other parties
lose from $1,000 to $3,000 each. A rumor
prevailod that tbo house was sot on flro by
coal oil, by one of the losers by the tire,
J. II. Fry, who has been arretted and tbe
trlaf set for Monday,
I'ottsville, Pennsylvania, JulyiM.
A fire In Mount Carmel last night, com
mencing In George Partlcr's building, de
stroyed fifteen buildings in tho same
squaro, comprising tbe business portion of
the place. The buildings were all wood.
Only ono building in tbe square was
saved. Loss $40,000; insurance princi
pally in homo companies. Tblrtceu fam
ilies were made homeless.
Cuicaoo, July 'JL A fire last night
destroyed a cooper-shop of Geo. Schmidt's,
No. 2C3 and 2C5 West Kenzio street, with
a quantity ot stock and tools. Loss about
$4,000. Insured for $1,500, with tbo
Franklin of Indianapolis. Several ad
joining dwellings wero damaged. Total
amount about 110,000, Partially covered
Loi uviLLE, July 114. Second tloor of
tbe old Methodist church, on Market
street, being converted Into a store, fell In
this afternoon, carrying with it G work
men, to the lower tloor. Singularly all
escaped with only slight bruises.
died or ins lMJUP.il.
Cincinnati, July 24 Marshall Hoggs
of Greenfield, Ohio, who was mercilessly
cut with an axo In endeavoring to serve a
writ of ejectment, Is reported dead from
hla injuries to-day.
St. I.ocis, July 21, 11:30 p. m. Tho
lard reflnlne establishment, 9'1S North
Main street, was damaged by tire to-nlgbt
to tbe extent of $0,000 j fully Insured In
St. Petkriiiuro, July 'J4. A dispatch
from Khiva says the decree Issued to the
kahn, on the 24th of June, abolishing
slavery throughout his dominion, provides
that all persons held in bondage shall be
made citizens, or returned to tholr native
M Aim lu, July 24. A collision between
the Inhabitants of Valencia anil tbe troops
In tbat city, is apprehended. Desertions
from tbe troops thors continue.
London, July 'Jl. Baron Wolvorton
died thi morning.
LouiaviLLH, July 24, Cholora seems
cntiroly diisappeared from interior Ken
tucky towns recently atl'ected, and no
Cincinnati, July 'Jl Not a single
death from cholora roported to-day, the
second day cholera has missed since it set
In. Weather clear and quite hot.
AT MT. VERNON.
Evansvillk, July 24. The Journal's
special correspondent reports 7 deaths at
Sit. Vomon to-day.
For Friday for Eastern Gulf states south
erly winds, with cloudy weather and rain
For South Atlantic states southerly winds'
cloudy weather and possibly local rains.
For Middle and Kastorn states westerly
winds, increased cloudiness, somowhat
highor temperature, and possibly locnl
storms on Middle Atlantic const. For
lako region falling barometer, southenst
and southwest winds, higher temperature
and numerous local storms. For Ohio
valley southwost winds, cloudy and
threatening weather. For the Northwest
southwest to northwost winds, cloudy or
partly cloudy weather.
IN DIAN AFFAIRS.
TO HAVE A IIIO TALK.
Wahiiiniiton, July 21. Tho special
Indian commissioners to remove tho
Kickapons from Mexico to tbo United
States, had a council on the 0th Inst., with
all tbe principal chiefs oi tho different
tribes there. The hoad chief dosired to
go to Kansas to consult with the Kansas
portion of tbe tribo, In selection of their
reservation, Three or four of thorn w II
be taken to Washington to have a talk ,
St. Louia, July 24.-Peter U, Camden,
oe of the oldest and prominent citizens
13 WA3H:ilTa-TON- A.VD333snj33
dlodat his residence at Jennings Station,
some fourteen miles from this city. Mr.
Camden was formerly a verv active and
' Influential man, and was mayor nt this
city in 1840.
Montreal, July 24, The director of
the North Colonization railway have ac
cepted the tender of D. McDonald and II.
Abbott, contractors, for 4,220,500 exclu
sive of oxtra work, rating nt $23,750 per
nill, Incluslv is of l.ridgos and equipments-
OlllCAOo, July 23. Flour steady.
Wheat excited and unsettled: No
spring ?I 2C, closing at $1 2IJ cash;
- " ii -i august; ,m i nominal:
No 3 $1 08,
Corn In fair demand at lower rates; No
"ou 'JJ.c Pui; Uit$30iO August;
Oats In fair demand and advancing; No
2 2fe spot, 2t5Jc August.
Kye steady No 2 6758c.
Harley dull, for spot lower for future,
No 2 rail September 8081c.
Pork, salts August $10jlrJ,
Lard dull and Tower, 8c asked; 7c bid.
Hulk meats fair demand and ilv
sales SR8; loose generally held at 9c;
shoulders quoted at 7je; bacon quiet no
Whiikey scarce and firm, sales new 91 :
Mkui-his. July 21 Cotton firm, irood
ordinary 16jc; low middling I8c; receipts
370 bales; shlpmpnts 285 balei; stocW9710.
t lour nrmer S7(u)iJ.
Corn dull and drooping ZZQCAc.
Oats quiet 4243e.
Hran quiet Sis.
Corn moal firmer $3.
Pork dull and nominal.
Lard dull and nominal.
Itacon quiet; shoulders Hi; sides 10 1
10'c. New Orleans, July 21. D S meats
scarce; shoulders SJc.
Hacon firm, tJ, 10'(3U0:c; othorc un
Cotton quiet; sties 1,500; repeat yester
N'rw Yohk, July 24. Flour $510;
lower or shipping grade log, 5 49; su
per wostern $5 l5Q,C 3U; common to good
.K western $6 3S(if. 20; good to choice
$7 MiQH !10; white wheat wostern X clos
Whisky armor, u.jo;c.
Wheat opened a shade firmer, closes
dull; No 3 jl 31; No 8 spring $1 351 3t5;
luwa spring fl s&a - -Milwau
kee $1 051 60,
l.ye oulel tirm uuyers western sc sel
Corn a shada Uriu.r. r.'.!&Vtn; ilaamod
mixed oRfuSS, sail 5SMc; yellow -western
Oats quiet nnd heavy, 42Hla white
Cotleo strong; Hlo lHJ20o.
Pork firmer, new mcss?17 2.WPJ7 371.
clear $1? 50 July and August.
Ileef dull ana unchanged.
Cut meats quiet and unchanged.
St. Louis, July 21. Flour unchanged.
Wheat unchanged; sales, all sample,
No .1 red fall $1 20 I 23; No 2 $1 Do
1 40: no spring ofl'erlng.
Corn higher, No 2 mixed !i0l0c; in
Oats dull, closing lower anu urmeiuoui
No 2 3l(231.'c; in elevator :M!lrc and
Pork firm, 51 oil.
Dry salt moat nominal; bacon firm;
shoulders 85(3,S2c: clear rib 10c; seller
Lard dull anu unnnnngou; rr.nneu to io.
Whiskoy highor, 01c.
Cattle in good demand, steady and un
changed. RIVER NEWS.
SM rtad mil or
For 21 hour, ending' 3 p
in., July 21, IS".".
lliinuvllle. . ..
Continence. . . .
Fort lleiilon. .
Kansas Clt) . .
I.exliiKtnli. . .
Little Hock. .
Luiilsvllle . .
MiirKuntown . .
I'aducab . ..
Observer Slt'iial Service, U. H. A.
Louiivili.b, duly 24. KWer falllnj;, C
trot 10 inolirs canal. 1'asieddown Indian
chute: .Mary Miller, loading for New Or
leans; 'Will leavo Saturday at t p in.
Weather hot; mercury ranging from 84
to i2- Arrived, Uhariner, Cincinnati.
Departed: Charmer, F.vansville.
Mkmi'UIh, .'lily 24. Weather warm
aud showery, lllver falling steadily. De
parted: II K Turner, New Orleans; Ilenry
Ames and City of Chester, Ht Louis; liab
bago and barges, Grand Tower, Lawrence,
Cincinnati, duly 21. Ulvor U feet 0
Inches and falling. Arrived: Andes,
Wheeling; Mollle Kbort, Pittsburg. De
parted: Mollle Ebert, St. Louis. Hull of
ono of South American boats launched to
day. Kvansvillk, .Inly 21. Weathnr clear
and warm; mercury 71 to 2, Kiver
rison 10 Inches. Down; Vazoo, Dottle
Gilbert. Mornlnir Star.
Nasuvillk, July 24. Twenty-nlne
inches on shoals, slight rain, afternoon
prospects are favorable for more. No ar-
rivals since iasi report.
Nkw Orlkans, July 2L Arrived
Pauline Carroll, St. Louis. Departed
Commonwealth, St. Louis. Weather
nlny; mercury 89.
Nii;k8buro, July 21. Down ; Hello
Shreveport; Up: City of V'icksburg.
Weather cloudy and pleasant. Klver
PiT-rsHuito, July 21. Rlverl three feet
sivjn inches and falling.
Little KooK,July'J4. Weather cloudy
and rainy, mercury 88. ltlver continues
to decline, 'J feet 10 Inches by cutge. Ar
rived Fort Gibson below.
Cltjr stilossstl. Basils BalliUa
aSkHroial attention paid UoMr from Mean
bai alsM or dir
FOUWAHDINO and COMMISSION
SI Kit 1 II A N Tft,
DEALERS IN FIOUK;
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OUIO HIVHR AMI" KANAWHA
9AIT CO fwTfA-Tsrxsns.
7(1 Ohio Lkveh,
MUiLKll & I'AHKElt,
DEALKltS IN FLO UK, (JOHN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS iob FAIKUANK'H SCALES
Ohio Levee, CA1HO. I1XLNOIH.
COFFEY, PACK & CO.,
r U H W A II II I N u
-A N D
COMMISSION MEIiOH ANTS-
FLOUH AND COUNTKY PKODIJOK
.1. O. .MATUKWSON,
And Agent for
IIaz.mi A Nil Dupont Powiikh Co,,
S. D. A vend.
K. .1, Avail
AYKKS & CO.,
OKNKKAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Livkk, Caiho, Ills.
OF CITY AND C0TINTV
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fcarler4 von SI, Itf
OITY NATIONAL BANK. OAI
A. B. 3AFFORD. Pmldent;
H. 8. TAYLOR. VIP..jV....
H. IIYHLOP, Secretary and freatn
II. 11. OnanaaaiM,
il. P. Riliii
Blas) of ass,
TTKKE8T paid on deposits at the ratoet.
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Mr lit. Intitrat nnl wll
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H-iiuK iu.io cum round nurut.
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onl;, from to I o olook.
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THE CITY NATIONAL
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HENRY L. HALL1DAT, Vlo.FTsllai
A. H.BAFFORD, Ouhi.t;
WAUTStn HTBLOP, Assl.ttn OaiHlsr-
Haaar L. Uhuvaj,
Uio. Il, WiLllsmoa,
w. r. uuuur,
Baoaaac. tola aad Valtsat -atatsw
Boada Bstacht susa avla.
DEPOSIT reealTSHl, aad a Rsasral
IV I H ST NATIflNAL KAN
K. W. MlI.LXR, President.
J. M. 1'iin.upiS, Vice-President.
Chad. Cunningham, Cashier.
u.ji.iiKLri iiiNM fmi m rrr.Y maii
EXOIIANOE, ooin, bank aotss aad
States securities bought aod sold.
lalsrsal AIIowmI oa Time BeasMtl
1115 MIS, BROWN & CO.,
Agents Homk Cotton Mu.l
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo.
Su.mmfju Attention to thi
trade. Havim? a large seleo
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valen
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vai i.
eties and patterns ; Nanaooka
patterns ; linon lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; eni
broidorois in larue assort
ments ; white trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
it. i i
nave in store a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
P. S. Pleaso call, no trou
ble to show goods. 6-28 tf
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durants
A Cotteo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Beat
three and one-half libs. Prims
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Beit
Imperial Tea, One Dollar aad
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy five Centa per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
t Hiram Bixar,