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JOHN H. OBERIjY, EDITOR:
0AIR0. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
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SKUUKT OKDKKS.
I HE MASU.NS.
A..'iubly at Hie Ai-ylUUl Mkioulu Hall, UM
and third Muuday. ,lu each juouth.
AllHi Col -SCII., No.'Jl.-HiL'ularConvu.
atmn atilaioulc Hall, the meuud rlld)
.n tach month.
t AlltO CHAl'TEK M). Jl -Uetru ar Cou
iocalluu at MaOUlc Hall, ou thu thllil
I uipda) ul tivery mouth,
AIHO ifoDOK, So. W I .V A. M. -HiVil'
lar ColuuiUlllCtttloUi at Jlanolili; Hall, thu
tui fiud andlourth Moutlaya uf eafb uiuuth.
THE OUK-KIU.I.OWS.
Al.EXANUr.lt I.Ul)(lK.'4-Mi-vlalu Odd
Krltoha' Hall, in Aller'a hlllldlli,-.
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STATK OFF 10 1 J IIS.
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TM8RAPHI6.I
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
POLITICAL.
l.J ISKICAI j JlHIHIUMCANi;
TIIK
OF
OHIO DIS.SU I. VK Til HI It
OIMJANIZATION,
JOIN TIIK AU.K.V UOIIX
TV MCW I)KIAHTt
IST.S AN I)
Till: CONVKNTIO OIS0AN
I'.KIj AND A TICKKT
NO.MINATKD
Tllli IM.ATFOH.M A.S AUOl'TKIi
HV TIIK (JONVKNTION.
I'ol.l'l M'AI. OIMNION.S OK I'KO.MI.
NKNT DKilUCKA'I'.S
I'll K KK.MOUUAIS TUUKA'I'KN A
h'l'KA KJHT NoMIN ATlU.N
Tllll'.MAN AND UTII Kit lit. MO-(-HATrf
INTkUVIKWKD
i'ir,
Kl'U.,
Kir
IKK UIIIU I.IHKHal.l
Col LMHI'1, .lulv yiJ The- Liberal Ke-
piiblli an roriTUbtitm mot IM moruiui',
and adopted the r.dilnlloli adopted by
their cucu Utt tiiht, to diitjlVH their
iiratilz.U.ili aa l.lbiiral Kepublirabl, KXJ.l
unlta with thu Aileu couuty N'nw Dopaf-
tufeiili to-day. in the lor'niatiini ol anew
paaty
1IIK fKOl'Lt!) CinViMluJ
Af.'uu.Ufd at II o clock thlt morniug at
Arubrote hall, It waa called together by
IIou. J. K. CunulUKhaiii. leader of the
Allen count) movement, vho mado a
abort tpcecb eiplaiiatory ol thi tuoru-
merit, lu the courau of hit remark he
ald both prominent partiet wertiluiuch a
onditlon aa to make a now party, an ab-
aolulo UeCMdity for llio protection of the
iixiple Nelthur Ol thu partiet cau ar-
coiiipliiij ttu n to Jed reform, lino will
not Mid the other cannot help the people.
Corruption vraa rampart lu kII dupart.
mauta of tlm oreruiiioiit, and it wai
high time the people look' the maUBe
inent of their owu atlairi in their wu
handa.
Mti.N.UEvl. t. I'lull
Ol (.'iiicintiati wai choien temporary chair
man, and laid- Although n Democrat of
thu deepeat dye, be wai willing to Join
hamU with all hooeat moil toitop tteallug
HI high and low place, to atop extrava
gant grtlita ul the public lalula fehich by
rigLt waj the property of thu people. We
know of tiiuau iirc-Ht uvili and we come
hero to duvite a remujy. Let m do thlt
work carefully and well.
il'fillSlill.NT ul liiMMiriCEa
Alter appointment of the uaual Com-
mitteea .ludgo W li. I'alJlt ell ul Uinciri-
natl, wai called on, and madu a apehch
showing thd ueiealty lor a uaw party ni a
iiivaut ut reaturitig the govornuieut to Iti
former purity.
Adjourned till '-' o clock thu at'tnruoou
AKlltKNooS SK-UION
'I'll.' I'ooplu'a conviiution rrt-atidiubled
at '.' p. ill. N.irt.ill . Towuiend ul Lu
riiinc, n uiido purumiieut chairman.
'I ho couiiiiittuit on nu'iiiuatioiin reported
the following ticket, which waa adopted
rilE TIOKKT.
I'r governor, laaao Collina of llainil
iuii, iiduiocrai , lor lieutenant lioveruor,
A. Maunder 1'iattu of Logwii, I.ll'urttl, tor
attoiuey i;uiiernl, eraihim Meynrt ol
Sturk, Literal, loi aiiproinu luJt'o, 1. II.
Kwlng of rairlleld, Democrat, D.W.I
l.ortloii ol llruvsu, Liberal; tor board ol
public works, J units Mctlulh of Allem
Democrat, for rtate treasurer, .l.ihuatkau
lloralieiian of Moutgomury, Democrat ,
tur comptroller ut truatury U 11
L liiitler ol Krauklln. Liberal
the ri.ATnmii.
The ctiliventiou thi evening adopted
the tulliittiiig plattorm with much enthuil
aim '
Heiolved, I'll at we Juclaro agalnit
lufatliltlity ot a arty; that whuu the
caucus ur convention fail to pieielit fit
candidate for Julrlce, it ii the lnli pnvt
lego, at well hi thu bounden duty, ul all
citizen to withhold their vote rum inch
cuudidutuc, and reardle uf party alii I
iatiotu to aupport thu belt mail prented
tor thu ollli'iitl ponltloli
Second, That both tliu Kepublican aud
Ueuiocrat c pitltin hnvo out-lived the It
mics in which thuy bad thuir origin, and
i ... al... I . I .
natu utii-iivea uicir uieuiinuia. and a new
urgnui.iilloii ot themrtle it deuuiido.1 in
tliu iuttuiiit of thu imbllu wnlfaro,
'1 bird, That thu Kepubllcan party hat
ing the control of both tranche of run
tiresi.ttudol" thu mocuUva dupartment, it
it doubly reiponiihlu for tbu legUlatlou
known ai the lalary grab ; for the tuuan
during of the public laud grams to private
corporations; for the release of railroad
from Jiitt obligation to the i-oveniiuent,
aud otUar uiHUlfcitatiou of corruption at
tltiveloped by the Credit Moblller, ud
other iuvealigatlotit, and that tliote mew
bert of tho Uino3rrftic party who Lave
aided or c(ulccfd In audi legation,
enuully doterve public condiiuinatlon.
Fourth, Tliat we believe that the fuo.
dameutal purpoiu of goveruweut it th
protection of ptnoni uJ property, and
Iiot tbu tuMIIn with nl h:ulitin uf j
t he buiitieti, Irulilltry or coDicIi'Dcef of
itt clti.ent, nor the aiiuii.tiun of tuili
workt by the state ur munidpal m.veju.
mailt, at may larelyalid ihould properly
l.eleltto individual entorprliu.
Fifth, That corruption itn l lurreit
tully cmiibattii.l only by the removal ur
leiiuning ol tlm tho temptation. That
wo lire in lavor ul it reduction, of thu
tunctioiii now htperleiicud by tint govern
ment, a d a comeiuent diminution of
govurrimbtit bureau and utliclalt, believ
ing at wo do, that a continually increuiliig
armyol federal are an evil, increaillig
lii.lultiifc n the country grow?.
.Siith, That grant of mLnlJib in laud
or money, and of enpecial privileges uf nt
umptioiu tiMiatioiiai banhi and uther great
monled corporation, and all fitutlnn ut
UioLupoliet at thu elpeniH uf the whole
people, aru unjuit and opjireialvi
.Seventh, That thu pracltco ul elei.ting
itock holder, and otlicvr uf national baiikt
to teat in oongre, where by thu ureal
gaim, conlinuud irredeemable paper
money I tecurcl to thole inttitiitlon by
the votet uf Interested parties, I a na
tional icaiidal which deserves the con
demnation uf uvry ojI citizen, and
utifbt to In pritvented by propper legisla
tion. Eighth, That wu ilillat Upon a atl lot oh
tervancu by thu general govoriiment, uf
thu constitutional limitations uf it power,
and we demand liouu government in all
local otll' ut
Ninth, We imlieve the government
'bould be trantacted upou the namu prin
ciple that regulate the butitiuii ol private
Indltidual, and believe, therefore, that
the appointment of a aiiburdinate uth'cer
ihould depend mi ;ttolr tialificatiunt and
their tenure, tbould depend on their Ut
hess, nod in thi respect a return to the
practice uf the early day of thu republic
i highly desirable and necessary
Tenth, That duties on Import, ai long
at such duties aru Uecettary, should be
Unpolled for purpose uf revenue only, aud
not fur the purpose of benntliing or en
riching private Individuals or companies,
or favoring particular branches of indus
try at the expense of the whole people,
Eleventh, That it It the duty of the
govornuieut to repeal all lawt that favor
capital to thn prejudice of labor.
m'kecii or iiok. tiiomas Evma.
lu response to an invitation from the
convention, Hon. Tom K.wing made a
horl tpeoch. I u the course of hit remarks
e laid that experience bad demonstrated
that no matter how d'uanVcted Heuubli-
cam may bo In their own rimki, Tow or
none can be recruited to the Democracy
In lfeu.i a movement wai ttarted
lojkiog tothe organization of a uuw party
1 he Kepublicam weut into that, but on
learning that it would retain the
Democratic name they went back on it.
Anytime from lbOC to 1871, we could
have overthrown the Kepubllcan party,
but fur thu prejudice of Kepublic&Di to
the riamo of Democracy. Wo were forced
in
tin- last campaign to conclude
that no Democrat, nt tuch,
could he nominated who would be elected,
and to we surrendered to the Liberalt, and
Ut thoui carry tho colon. All these
events have forcod me, though molt re
luctantly, to the conclusion that thu Dem
ocratic party It powerless and inotl'ective
a an ally, and nut a n't Instrument uf re
form iu American politic. Molt Demo
crat! have not come to thlt con
clusion, the) still preserve tti name
and they cherish it with almott
ruligioua tenor The associations of a lifo
lime, and thu memories of in triumphs.
Uriuly endear it to thorn, and they will
abandon it at no man t dictation. look
at itt history, nud then tell me if you won
der that life long Democrats cling to it '
Let us lu the campaign act together Thu
nominations aiu most excellent, and the
Democracy can fullv subscribe
to your plattorm. It placet thu
calling from tbu Domoirotic party
tolely ou the grouud of iuullicieiicy, aud
it no reason why uii tbu'slitb ol August
thu Democratic couveiitliin cannot endorse
yout picket. Democrat, Itepubllcani,
workiugmeu, Liberal, all of yuu com
bined. We are irreaiitaiiie, I, el us go
Into the light shoulder to shoulder, Mid
win victory When the victory it wou
the iiuestlou must be luttled whether ur
not the Democratic party shall bo pre
served, or a now party enter the fluid tor
the purification of our government and
the preservation uf our free Institutions,
UON. I UK I), IIAbHAUHKCK
Uf lliui'iunati made h vigoroui und alt'ec
live speech lu favor ol thu platform and
the tukut. Tho conventiou then ad
journed. The uutiru proceeding! of the
convention wore utceediugly harmonious,
TUliUUAH IN TKUVlltWKl).
At corr etpondeiit of the associ
ated pre t thU place I
held an Intel view with .Senator
Ttiurnmu this uvoning to ascertain hit
position in relation to tho Now Departure
uit inaugurated iu Ohio, Thu inimtor In
formed me that statement uindu in the
Liberal lUpublicau caucus lust night by
Col Lowe of Dayton, that Thuruian was
at heart taTurable.to thlt movement, vyhi
entirely erroneoui. The fact of thu mat
ter I at 1'ollowi : In a conversation be
twuen these gouts Senator Thurmau
laid that tho charge bo often
made In the Cincinnati Commercial and
Valksblatt, tbitt it wai hit active oppotl
tlon that caused the Democracy to reject
the movement, wai uufounded; that ha
had not written a tingle letter ou the auh
Ject and that opposition of Democracy
wai their unbiassed feeling. From this
ItaUwent Col. Lowe) drew tn erroueoui
conclusion that Thurwan wai not at heart
oppuiu 1 to thu convontton tf tu-d. Ho
alwayt considers! thit movement as a
i;rat mliUl.e, and while lie would bavu
been glad to see all the oltimonti ol oppo
sition to the administration consolidated,
Iiii does not huliovu that a disposition of
the Democratic party I nuccessary or ad
visable. In view of the proceedings of
the convention tu-day, the Democrats
sat that .there li hut one i:oursu
loll lor them to pursue, Hint
the Auguit colitonlioli will
nominate a Democratic ticket, ami make
a morn vigorous ll;ht than the party bus
iiidi for many years.
Interview bad with other prominent
Democrat ol Oiilu, all Indicate that the
nominees ol to-day convention can hope
fir nothing Iroiu the Democratic leader?,
and that the tilth of August convuiitioii
will ignore this ticket and nominate a full
ticket of thuir own.
Ailll.SOToV, July !). Seteral treas
ury otlicials who went to London ioiiio
weeks ago with hondi for the syndicate,
retimed this morning with n large num
ber of cancelled bond- tent to tho truat
ury by the eyndicate.
.Since the II rat of June the largest
amount of business ever done since the
organization of the posl-otlicu department,
in the tninufacturu and shipment uf
stamps, stamped envelopes, wrapper,
etc, took place, Tbu increase is attrib
uted to the abolition of the franking
privilege. Over a million postal curds
weru shipped .Monday from the factory to
postmasters through tho country.
K HI' I'll 1. 10 AN 0ONVKXTI0K IN VIKOIMA.
Lt.wrilHUKd, July 30 Tim state I'.e
publican convention ii in aestion in liwl-
combe Hall, with closed doors, but at the
weather it very warm and the window
cannot be closed, reporter aru tnkiiic
notes. Thn convention Is choosing tem
porary om'cer (leu. McWlckham of
Itlchinoud, has been elected temporary
ebalrmati,
CANIllUATE WITUllKAW.
Lymcuiiuko, Virginia, July IIU. Maj
McMahou hat withdrawn hi the Republi
can candidate for thu nomination lor gov
ernor, leaving Col. I'.. 11. Hughes with no
oppoiition.
TIIK .KtV hTATK.
Jackson, July 30, Thu convention re
assembled at nine o'clock this morning,
Hon. Kennett Kaynor ot .Mississippi, In
the chair, Thu resolution tillered by Tom
lin ot Tennessee on yesterday, providing
for the appointment of a central uiecutivu
committee of Ave member! from each state,
to jireteut the iiuestlou iu iti molt favora
ble bearing, In Uiulr lesjincUTu aeeltona
wai adopted,
CASUALTIES.
KIllS IX SKW VOIIK.
New YoKk, July 30. A lire wus di-
covored in the fifth story of govern
ment bonded warehouse on Greenwich
trect, about half-past ten to-night, Tho
streams from tho steam lire engine wuro
ineffectual, und the tiro spread rapidly
along and through the upper stories, tome
two hundred feet on Greenwich
itreet. The building extendi through
lomo V!0u feet to Church itreet. Two ad
ditional alarm! wore sent out for engines
from up town, The tlamei continue to in
crease, and at this hour, 11 30 p. iu.,tliu uu
tiru roof, which is n Mansard ou Green
wich itreet side of the building,
on tuo two upper idiine-i. hits
been burned, A liakurr adjolnim;
wat also burned. Several tenement
homes Were lu imminent dancer. The
tlreman have ovlneutly now obtained con
trol of the lire, and wilt undoubtedly keep
it confined lu the government store boiifes
The building is tilled with valuable goods.
Those nut dextroyod by tho
lire are undoubtedly mined
by water. TbH loss will he great. Thu
heavy brick wall only preventing M lire
working through to Thames street, which
is tilled with tenement houses, crowded
with Irith people.
SPORTING.
Ul.ht ELAND IIAUEH
Ci.a't KI.ANH, July 30. The lecond day
f the meeting ol the Cleveland club
opened with a clear iky and cool weather.
Fully lU.Ojil people were lu attendance,
and great Interest wat luaulfestud,
Fool lolling wat active. The 111 ui race for
hortet that had never trotted better than
2 J1, for a pursuof tl rat hone J3,-
300, fl.UTfi to tocond, S3'J.1 to third ; tbroo
entries, vl. : JuJgu Fullertou, ('amort
and Joiiu M. Conlny, formerly llcppo.
Fullerton was the favorite at illl) to ?'.'o
Inlhelluld. Coiiluy wat distanced in the
the first licat, Fulertou wiuning by a
length and a half, Cantors seoend Iu
the third boat. Fulertou inhibited
mugnitlcont trotting; ou the llr t turn lie
broke up badly, to that on the homo
itrutch ho wat fully hslf a dozen leligtht
behind Camort at thu iiuartor pole, Iftiw
evor lie lapped Camera und entering the
homestretch pasted him, winning the heat
and race. Summing -
Judge Fullerton, I, 1, I
(.'auiur. a, 'I,
John il . Co'iley, distanced.
Time '."WJ, 2-25!J, and arS.'.J.
- .
FOREIGN.
MUX U'O.
AUtamukah, July :10. -Lute advlco
from tho city uf Mexico Hate a proper!
tlon will ho made by tho Mexican gov
rnnient to congres, which will moot in
Heptamher, to modify the law In regard
to Zeonla Libra, restoring free importa
tloa of unrchaudiie under It to the porti of
MatainorsiandNuiivaLovardiaud requir
ing friuitiur towii8awbii:li have heretofore
mijnycd tlio privilege of free Importation',
to rccuivd tuch goods as uuy be consumed
at these places, through Mutninornt and
Nueva l.ovardutu prevent thn accumula
llou ot largo ipihtitiliet uf free good!
at many ditl'ereiit ports ou tho frontier,
from whence thoy nro smilgi;led into thn
interior of Mexico or the I 'lilted Utates
"I'tlN
MaiiIiiii, July :M, -A lull was intro
duced into thu cortes authorizing the pros
ecution of deputies who rebel ag'tiust the
metaurus adopted by that body.
THE CROPS.
Mn.wAi i. r.K, July ill), -Crop reports
from fiO points along lint line uf the Mil
waukee and. St. 1'aul I'.atlroad company
in Wisconsin, stiy the prospect! for whoat
and other finall grains were never hotter.
and wheat will give 21) bushels to thu aero,
and of excellent uualilv. Harvest hat
commenced. Sixteen points in .MinnoioU
also give flattering accounts of the coming
hurvest. Seme points yield 30 bushels to
the acre A lew places ill Northern luwa
report a good yield equal to last year,
with fair a Inrvct. Tho crops lu thu
Noilhwct will make a handsome show
ing. -
CRIME.
a I'KISonkii sum-.
I.OLiMVll.l.t:, July 3D, A negro named
Hiram .Miilur, charged with rape w.ts
hot and killed in Marion county, Ken
lucky, a lew day it since. Several ollicers
went out to arret him, and llntling him
iu n Held, ordered him to urcmpiny them.
Miller ttarted with them, when a gun in
the bunds of one uf the party was dis
charged, the contents entering Miller's
body, ciiuting death iu an hour. The
otlicer claims the gun wts discharged ac
cideutly, and has given himself up for
trial
. . -
WEATHER REPORT.
Waxiiinut.iS, July 30. I'obaliilltle"
Ou Thursday In Uulf aud .South Atlantic
states south and southwest wind und
Humorous local rains. For Middle states
northerly winds, veering iu tome tedious
to southerly, somewhat higher tempera
ture, arid partly cloudy weather. For
New Knglaud iiortliwosteily wIuJs, clear
and partly clear weather. For Ohio and
Missouri tallejiand 1 pper l.aket falUnf
baroraotor, tiOieat to ixitxtiwuat winds,
partly cloudy weather and numerous lo
cal rains.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE IUIOHK 1SI.AM. t I.A..IAI.K.
All the New England governori and
o her woll known citizens, together with
the mllttnry organization of thlt city,
Connecticut, Massachusetts, und New
llauipahirp, are joining in thu KhoJo Ul-
aud clambrake to-day, at Kocky I'oint.
(Jen. Ambro'e Iturnside marcbod tho
mllitery to the feast.
MARKET REPORT.
Sr Louim, July 30 Flour unchanged,
supertlue HtV.I ; extra ilJf.06J; XX
to 7$C ; XXX Gj(u7J ; lamilv i74
(0Sj i fancy tJtO. ' 4
Wheat euiiicr" Muall lot of Mitsouti
prlrij?, about No 'J, at $1 ii,',; No 3
red tall SI tiofjjiM 47 , No 2 .1 Io(wiH 4 , ,
sample lolt,
Com inactive, No 2 mlir.i .lliffV.IO.'.
Oati mure actlvo.und lilgher, No3 aije.
ulevator 3Ic.(.i35c ; mick '-'7 jo. August.
Kye bettor demand, No " 0 Ic (nt! e.
Fork unchanged, f-lilJfS'li'.
D S meat utcited, hlglier with talon at
country points on private turms; loose
clear side horo ?'Ji; hacon ttitl'iind hlghor
fortidcHi nbouldort $SJ; oluar sides 0s
(TTjlOi epot; feller August Sltij
Lard quint aud unchangu t."
Cotl'eo firm '-!Jj(2)2Jc rlo
Hugar unchanged, Loiiismia b(,( u,
.Molasses dull. '
Whiskey ttoady and llrm !Hc.
Cattlu firm and barely active, medium
to choice hooves :i Tfifjeo Oil; choice win
terod Indian and Texan?! y.(.iM 70
Hogt ?I1 10.
('uir.tuo, July 30. Flour tleady.
Wheat tixciled and higher fur No 11
spring, cash or July, which told up to,
aud closed at 5?1 31; toller August firm,
il l3j(o;l II, No I uoiulnitl; No 3 ouaier,
If I 01.
Corn In fair demand end advanced; No
II mixed .lAJfjiaOei .'SOo rolllitr; 3Hj fresh
and spot dujc Augutt.
Oatt dull and a shade lower; No 2 Jtijc
cash; 2.''Jc Augut.
Kyo linn; No 2 fCJe.
Ilarluy dull and uucliauged.
l'rovistuiit quiet and unchanged.
Fork steady; f 15 IjO spot or Augutt
Lard quiet; 7c spot; tummer 7J(ul7jc.
Hulk meat lu fair demand hiiJ ad
vanced. .Shuilldor 75e. Short rib mid
dle Ho. lUcon quiet aud iinchangod, no
tales.
Whiskey llrm at 03jc-
SI km en is July 811. -Cotton llrm; good
to oriiliiiiry Itljcj low inidtlling la'c; re
celpts UK; thipiuenti '.'30.
Flour dull, unchanged,
Com meal dull ami drooping at i'l tiO
QV.
oaltuuii nmi drooping, -iic
ilrau llrm, SIT..
Hacon llrmur.
Shoulder tijo.
Sldci lOJQluJc-
Nsw Oki.eans, July JiO. Flour dull,
XXX JC 70 j I'mnily in 'Jn
Com scarce, white mixed 70o.
Cat easier, tljfo I'J.
Hraudull, HOo.
Hay dull, prime choice f 27
Fork dvll, $07.
No dry alt slioulilcrs, llacou icarco,
good demand ftll).
llitmi$lfil$i;.
Drd diill.tiorco taj. kfK IIOW
$101. Sugar and uiolastoH, nothing doing
Whlikey llrm, Louitiaua HDe., Cincin
nati t 00.
Cofleodulll?28(?V.,0.
RIVER NEWS.
Sr Lot 1.4. July 30. Arrived, Johnson,
Keokuk j Kinney, Missouri river, Coal
Hill, Onlo alt er j Clinton, St Faul. Do
patted, Johnson, Keokuk; (llencoe and
11. f.. l.u), New Orleans: Uato City, Dav
enport, Grand Tower, Memphis; Fannie
i.uwis, .iiiiaouri river; -tiinnnesoia, m
J'aul. ltivor falling with very heavy
rain this afternoon and prospects uf more
to-night. Warm.
Lnmt 1 li e, July to, ltivor falling; 4
fool 11 Inches canal; 'i feet 11 Inches chute,
Arrived li I tie Wing, Kentucky . river;
Lawrence, Memphis; () I! Church, Cincin
nati, Departed: llluo Wing, Kentucky
river; Lawrence, Cincinnati, C II Church,
Now Orleans.
KvANhv11.i t:, July 30 -Clear llll throe
o'clock thi afternoon now cloudy with
nigiit of rain and wind ; mercury "0 to HO;
river lallon llmhCs. Vy, Huberts, Corn
elia. Mary Ann ami Itari's. Down. Urev
Eagle, Mary Anient, Idlewild. Itutilieis
nun.
Nashville, July .10, Departed, John
. nransiord lor Cairo, river declined ten
inches since last report; 31 inches on
shoals, raining, cool ami pleasant.
Siiukvki'okt, July .10- Heavy showori
all day. Kivor full one Inch. Arrived:
Maria Lnuie, Now Orleans, Depnrtod
TeiHi", Nuw Orleans,
New Oki.kan.h, July 30. -Arrived", Ueo
and qarge, St Louis, Departed, A. S.
Turner, Cincinnati. Kalniug and pleat
ant.
Cincinnaii, July 30. ltivor a foot C
Inches and falling. Departed: Charmer,
Kvantvillo. Weather fair and warm.
MtMl'lttM, July 30. ltivor falling stead
ily, departed Nick Longworth for Cincin
nati, Capital City, tor St. I-ouis.
Little 1!ock, July 30 Cloudy and
raining all day. ltivor ou a stand still;
0 Inches by gauge.
Vii'Ksiiutto, July 30 No boat tin or
down. Cloudy an 1 pleasant. Kivor fall-
ing.
FllTMit Ki), July 30 Kiver t leet 4
inches and stationary.
run.. HOWAltD,
ST HA M BOAT BUT Oil ER
I'tcy Natliiial.Uaak Hall.llaa.
K.H).iiitl attuMioD i.aai.l tu or.lera triun tleatu
r.iai nlnht ot .la
t's.ti.nispsiiM tn:it:iiAN in.
II ALL! DAY iiKOTJIKRS
GKNKRAL AGKNTS
FOIIWAHDINU a titi (JOMiMIHSIOIi
Tl I! It 1 II t ! TP1,
DKALERS IN FI)UR;
il. 1 il'ttll CI
Ollln KlVBlt .Slit I KANAWHA
b a xrv 00 r-r p-ij-iq i: Eia.
70 Ohio Lsvbb,
Caiho. Ili.ihoih,
KST.t II,INII I'll lit) t
J. O. MATIIKWfc'ON,
COALM IS3ION MERCHANT
And Agent for
ll.tyitli AND DllHONT FotVlltR Co.,
AlI'miSTA, OA.
;-!i-3ui
COFFKY, FA(3H & CO.,
I' O H W A It l I N li
A N II
(JOMMISSION MERCHANTS.
liEALKKt IN
II A V,
(JOHN,
OATS,
iMKAL,
FLOUK AND COUNTKY FUODUCK
UA1KO, ILLINOIS
3-1211
Our Homo Advertiser.
MlrK'RLLANESIl'tl.
MKJIIS, HHOWN & CO,,
HAG MANUFACTURERS
AuiNTi II 011 e Cotton MiLLd
NO. i( Ohio Levee, Calm, I!!.
I-U-2UI.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TKNTH 8TKEKT,
uirwcati wahu'm atindb aud walnui
Dr. II. r. rul.la Informa In put.llu that ht ha
oieo4 a
It 1 VERT STABLE
on tl.e nortl.wttt aide of TenUi atrtel a nam
alios a.
Ilia rsuLle if ill tie Minithtit with aaaa but Iti
BEST HOBSBS
AND GOOD VKUIOLKS.
and the public may he accommodated at al
liuuris ol the day and night with tafe teams
uii the lowest terms.
Ut. Field asks a thare of public patronage
aud will endeavor to merit It by fair dealin
and strict attention to bllal
FAKKUK ft BLAKK,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS
ftsitr. HaaaUie, UsaaaUaa,
WINDOW HHADla.
laJ Hie ealaiirated lllomlnatla
A-ORA OIL.
ntiwnn i.uiuinu vwk vi4b m www
MlftOIAIxlV.,
Oaiko - - iLMMOia,
WARD & KOBRRTS,
Deai.khh in Window Shades,
Wall Faper, Vurb Wuits
Lead, Linseeu Uii.
II.I.U-MINATIMG OIL,
Sl'IRtTS TUBPEMTINB, Ut-UE
1 SiittLt-Af, Alcohol, Etc., Kto.
WatUlugtnn avenue and Eleventh street,
Cairo, - . . Illimoi
Caiko Box anj Basket Co.
Dealers In
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAUD AIM) NO FT.
Keep constantly on hand
Fl.OOHINll ANDSlMNd, also Latu
rtlra ollrllaxl.
llll.l. AND YARD CORKER THIRTY-FOUR!' at
BTKEKT AMU OUIO I.1TEE.
CAIKO,
ILLINOIS. 7 30 t
CAHIs PKTERS,
BLACKSMITH
'r.i:ievnnlti nail Papists- MM.,
Informa the public that ho naaeugaed the
services of a Klrat-olat Wagon makerand
also a First-class Horse tboer and. la read f
to manufacture and opair all kind of wurk
In Uila trade with npalr aud dtipatcb,
U-a-3ui.
VOlilllNMVoN AlTlirOMWAailiTiltT
e, n WATuuea.. 1 a out.
AlATHUSSA DHL
i''0K'WATi'DI.-I-l'O
A Nil UKNKaa&L,
C O M M I 9 3 I ON M K H 0 HANTS
llKALKItri t.W
JAY AND WKdTKHN PRODUCE
uiiiu ucvitie.
JOHN B. PI1LL1B & BON,
(rJuooMiore to Jobs 11. fhlllft,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
tan
FOKWAKDINO MK HUH ANTS
AMD
DMALKRa IN HAY, CORN, OAT8,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac.,
Cm. TKNTH -ST. akii OHIO tJCVK
(IAIMO, ILL.
C. CLOSK,
1
nvK vu 1 r i'niuiQirM uynfHiNT
And dealer tu
LiukCeuimt, Flateb, Uair. Kto
No Obit !.,
tJ 1 win tell lu car load lot at manuiae
tuicra' prices, adding freight. 4-2-tl
DANIEL LAMPKKT,
FASHIONBLE BARBER
KiauTU St., Bt. Com. A Waul.
CAUO.LUA

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