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JOHN II. OBERLY, EDITOR.
THE BULLETIN.
tUttdluic lUNttrr oil rj Iingc.
OUH 011UKUI1K3.
CHRISTIAN CIlUHCH-Klghtocnlh street
between Washington aud Walnut.
Meeting ecty Hllllil;iy ut 10) K. in,, Mint S
P. in.
-Suiiiiny school nt ;t p. in.
I'ruycr invetlng Wednesday evening,
i'KKSllYTKKIAN Kahili Street.
1'rcachlng, Sabbath ut 104 tt.w. aud 7) p.lu
rraycr meeiirg, weuueiUiT at it p. ui.
Ssbbath School, 3 .tn. J. M. Lansden, Su
perintendent. Itisv. U. Tiuykii, Pastor
MKTHODIST.-Cor. Kfghthand Walnut St.
Preaching, Sabbath at lot " "d 7 I'. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School. II. n.ui. I.. W. HUllwoH.
Htlperintcndcnl. Itisv. F. L. Thomihon,
iuwr.
iuoiich or tuk itKnUOHat-(Ki'i;-
Morning prayer, Sabbath 101 a.m.
Kvrnlng prayers, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
Hkv. K. Coin, Kni tor.
iT. PATItlCK'S CIWllCII-Nlulli HI. aul
Washington Avenue.
I'ulilli'. service, Sabbath H:10 and 11 a.m.
V opera, 7 p.m.
Kabbuth School, 2 p. ill.
Service uvery day, 8 a.m.
Hev. 1'. .1. O'Hai.loIU, l'riet.
'T. JOSKPH'S ClllJKCH.-(Ocruiau,) cur
tier of Walnut and Cross streets
Jlass, uvery Sabbath at lit o'clock a. in.
Vespciu, 'i p, in.
Alass during week day, H o'clock a. m.
UKV. C. llOXI'MAN, 1'rlt.Ht.
OttltMAN I.UTlIEItANClIUHClt-lJItli
. sireet between Washington Ayviiuii and
Waluul struct.
Pleaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p.m.
Hkv. o. Dur.iiHCiiNuii, 1'aator.
VUUNU MEN'S CllltlSTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting aocnnd Monday
each month ut their room over Uockwoll
Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weely Prayer meeting Friday, 71 p.tn.nt
IUU 1UUIII
1.. W. Stii.lwiix, President.
MIH910NAUY IIAITIST
MtX'OND
(JllUltCll. Comer Sveaiuorn and Knitv.
rirut HtrcetD. l'rracldlut Malilmlh at 11
rrracniut; naiiimiu at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. 111.
The church UcouueuttMl with the IIII110U
tiTach oiyCal'ro.KlrSl MMumt ,ta-
Kiev. Solomon Lkonahu, l'astor.
AKH1CAN ilETUODIST. Kourteenlh, bo
tweru Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibath School, U p.m.
Claai meets at U p.m.
KECONI) FKEE WIU. HAl'ITST'-Klf.
teenlh Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. ui.
Ilicv. N. Kicks, Pastor.
NtER WILL BAPTIST UOMK MISSION
SABUATU bCUOUl.. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Stroeta.
ITUtST KHEE Wll.li UAPTIHT CllUltOU
Sabliath School, 0 a.ra
TraViSES 11 a.m.. 3 ,,.m. .1 7 n. m.
ltV. WM. Kkllky, l'antor.
MUST MISSIONAUY BAPTIST CUUItCU.
- Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth his.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a,m. and 71 p.ut.
Prayer lneetinir. wedneiday evcuLui;.
PreachlUK, Friday eveulng.
Sabbath School, 1 4 p.m. John VanBaxter
aud Mary Stenhcna.SuperlntcndeuU.
Kiev. T. 3. SUOKK8, Pastor.
tiKCONU BAI'TIST CUUltCU-Foiirteciith
Street, between ceuar ami walnut, 'iue Oristlanltv ami l,rnti,.,ri 1.,.. . " u .
only Uaptl.t church rccognled by tho Ah- y""iy "d brntheriy lovo." Hu rn
toclatlou. turned thank.i totlio wardon hii.1 doputle
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m
urv. JAcuu DiiiuLKi, cmer,
SKORET OBOBK8.
rilK MASONS.
CA1HO COMMANDKKY, No. 13. Stated
tSSTS'
CAIltO COUNCIL, No. '.!. llegular Convo-
lS'tttioS?le,taU,th",,COna,ri'l'y
CAUIO CUAi'TEK No. 71. llemilar Con-
Tue-day ol BKBthT '
JAiltO I'OUQK, No. S37 F.& A. M. Ueeii-
lar comnmuicauona aiaiaonic uau, uie 1
ALEXANDER LODGE. 224 Meets In Odd- I
STATE OFFICERS.
(.iovernor John L. llevcrldfjn.
Meutcuant-Uovenior
Secretary of State Ucor(jo II. Harlow.
Auditor of HUte-C. E. Llpplncolt.
Stato Treiwurer Casper ltuU.
Ai..r....v lli.ntiilnl!tninti K. Kilsull.
HupLPulille Instruction Newton Uateuiau
CONOltESSMKN.
Sualora ltlchaiil .1. Oglefcby ami John A
t.ogan.
lSepretentatlve Eighteenth Dlatrlct Isacc
Element.
MJCMUEltS UFINEHAL AS3EMIII.Y.
Kcpi'caeutiitiveH In the Wtli district.
John II. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and .tlath
am J. liworo.
uutor for tho TiOth district. Jenio Warn,
COUNTY OKFICEHS.
' OIKOUIT COUKT.
ludKO 1). J. Baker, of Alexander.
Statu' Attorney Patrick II. I'opo.
Clerk-It. 8. Yocuui.
Mherltt A. 11. Irvlu.
Vw. Martin Amobjw and Trouiiurer,
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge- F. Bros.
Associates,!. E. McCrlte and U. Marchll
ion. .
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. tioasmau.
MUNICIPAL GOVKUN.MKNT.
Mayor .lohn Wood.
Tteaaurer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. VallU.
Clerk Michael Howler.
Attorney 11. Wilson wodk.
Attorney II. Wuton Webb
1'oUco Magistrate F. Brni and
.1. .1.
lllrd.
Marthal and Chief or l'olloe Win. Mellale.
Stroet Commissioner I). J. Oulllgiu,
Health OtUcer W. Wooten.
MumberH Police Force A. Cain ssreent.
r
Whltcamp, Phillip Helm, Clu. Mehner
ml P. A. Conant.
tud
1I0AHD OF ALOKHMRNi
Kirat ward-Ulram Itlxby uiid
J. M.
runups.
Second ward Herman Meyers aud Wood
Klttenhouae.
Third ward John McEwen and F. Knr.
meycr.
Fourth ward-C. F. Nellls and M. J.
UcQauley.
Fifth ward Jno. H. Itobluaou aud Win.
II. Morris.
-
SJOAi,.
CAIRO CITY COAL
U ffftTti impiilr autlair il 1 11
' anaiur or
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
UIUJUU UA'ai IlabbUv llroa. ofllee.
oaio
MKlts Coal Yawueiow tua
Nt. Ukartoe
(oalva uroawt atten-
tloa. Tae
iohtaui" will bring ootl
BafstoaM
at any nout.r
Ma
II'
Reported Expressly for tlio Bulletin
CRIME.
HANGING OK 110M.OI1AN AN I
NlfJIIOLPON AT HAI.TI-
MO II 10.
IHK
y hacj i mark a shout
Hl'KKUIf IIKFOKK HlilNU
SWUNfl Ot'l;
8TATHMKNT OK AN ITALIAN
HOY WHO WAS nitOtHJHT
OVUIt I'OU A AIHHI.
CIAN.
A fid Til KK MllltDKIC jMY.STIJKY TO
SlIliVK.
DID WJOY.ALl'KEI) MUKDEK II Ell
IIIISHANI) IN KKN
TUCKY ?
V
KTU., KTO.,
KTU.
A DOUllt.K CXKRUTlOH.
IUltimoki:, Augvat 1. Nliliolion and
ll'dlolian, tlio nmrderor of Mrs. Latiiplvy
were ImnR ut I0:iij tlilj morning. '
IIOI.LOItAN AMI NIL'IKlI.kO.V.
luiiiitiillately niter breaUrmt, prayer
meeting wm held In NiulmNuu' cell, in
wliloli both prlnonur. tlielr uplrltual udvl-
or. mid i f,,w
i.i.ii . a 1 .1
, " -'Url,lau Anccintloii w.iru present.
Sovarnl liyuini Mroro biiiii- alter which
Nlcl.ohoi. led in prayer. Thu hym.i,
"Hnih: ok audi''
Wa then mn(;. At &X, they i.nt.iriHl the
dilctor room, where an hour va pureed
In privutu davotlonal exorulio. Ad'
dremos wi-ro iiiadu by both prii.morn, who
were quite calm and couipon-d, and who
oiprr-neod tlioir
CONFIDENCE IN I.IIHI.1T.
Sucrauient wa then administered, and
tho prisoner asceuded tho itup of tlio
P'tlorm with a OMdy tread, both mill.
..",n ""V?? " tU M ' '
iu tvauu Said JIol a ban .In.Ir.l 1..
fow remark. Xho lattor stepped forward
BDd .aid.
UOLLAUAK',1 UEUAKKH.
'Ukntlbukn anu UtoTUKiw I ac
knowledge Ibatmywatouco It luat, and I
am willing to glvo up my lifo for tho crinio
1 have committed. Thero h nothln!' IILo
and mid, "I dio In ralth."
Nicholson's wkkcu.
Nicholion next ndvnnced mid said :
'My puulhtnent ii Jupt. and I warn you
..11 ....1.... .1.. 1 , . . . ..
B"'"i 'o lovo 111 inonoy nuu ovil
companion. X commit my de-.r wlfo and
Pou children to ,.,0 hand, of u merci-
nil Ood." At tho conclusion of thoso ro-
""krk,' UMa navanced and
"I rorgiyo my enomle., and liopo
wej iorg e tao." Miebohon responded 1
And 1 " return the ame."
adjuhtinq tuk nooskh.
The men then took tlioir place on tho
platform, Nicholson on the went or l..r.
unuriu ivanu iuuu BUJIIIieui (no
tho nootdH 011 their nocka, and tho prison
er took leave or their spiritual adviser
and after ten minutes ipout in prayor
TUB DROP FKM.
And tbe oxecutlon wa accompllnbod.
llollohan' body oxhibitod cunvulslonf,
but Nichalson died without n itrugclo,
TIIK ITALIAN HOY question.
A warrant wat issued to-day for tho ar
rost of Carcone, but he toemt to havo loft
tlio city. Ono or tho boy, ilxleon years
of gn, says In hit statement, made under
oath, to the Italian conntol, ho wat by pri
vate contract betwoon III fathor and Car
cono, given to tho lattor for llveyear, to
perform unilor blm, the profession of a mu
sician, with remuneration or Qlty dollar
In gold, atond of(term, bindiug himself to
use kind treatment, and to instruct tho boy
in imutc The boy started rrora
Italy under the guidance ot Oaroone
nd arrived nt Now York two month
ago, where Carcono, instead of teaching
tho hoy to play the harp compelled him
from tho Urat day to go about the street
a a boot-black, Instructing him under
threat not to tell anyone but that ho wa
llviug in Now York with hi own 'other.
"When tho boy doe not bring
ulllcient money to satisfy him, tho boy
U treated with slap and punch. At
ono time Carcone caught him by the nock.
ancJ preMlng him with hi lliigorai though
he mentto itranislu lilm. Ho.wa. )i,l
to await tho action of tho grand jury.
(.OMR BTAKTLINO HKYCLATIONN.
Louisvillk, August l.-Somo two
months since Dr.Airrod.acitb.en of Mer
cer county, Kentucky, was murdored in
hi house by a nogro, Tho negro fled to
Pennsylvania whore he wu' nrro.ted a
few day ago and broiiKht back
to Kontucky. The oountrv
at Hirrodtburg, Pnnviinla.
the following In regard, to the murder:
" Wo aro (nrornjed by.cIUzen of Duncan
vllle, near .which the wurder occurred,
that startling reiulU In'pubife opinion havo
been produced in ItiatT.vloinlty; jMey
Alfred, 'wife of th(( " .''.rriurdorea taL
rei ontly received 4 la4tr (tftf
tho murderer while hidings n' t6.
sylvauia - b!l(;ontvjiiWoioB
to her as beUg j In tome ay,lmpUti44,(
the crime, -Wej arlBfdr4 ' 'itimt!
slit m to tb"vc.ip it mvHr
nUfBlPH
CAIRO.
Whnn It i remembered that tho negro
Minor lied tlio tamo hour ho coinmltto
tho doed, and that ho rotiiuiunlcated t
tho wlfo olho murdored man Irom th
place of Ills refuge, tho conclusion It woll
nigh irrotiftablu that alio mutt have
known that Miller Intended to slay he
huiband, (dsn why would be dare"wrlte
hern letter ixist. marked nt llarrodsburg
and how avoid Jliu conrliiilon that tlio let
tor was written hy tlio shiiio period tu
whom tho wrote. u hope almoit agalmt
bopnthat Mr. Alfred, who It aybilii:; mid
nauilsoiuo woman, will bo ablo to clear u
llilt hvrrllilo my.tury.
CASUALTIES.
A llllllHllll.r lllCATIt.
Louisville, August 1. In Union
roiinty, hentup;y, a fow ilay ince. n no
gro eighteen years old wat thrown from a
mu1o, and becoming cututigied In the bar.
nuts, was dragged by the frightened alii
mat nearly a mile, when ho wat rescued
hvory thread of clothing and long stripe
t llotli wore found to bo torn from hi
body, and ho lived but a few mimitoi.
TiTt'M'IM.K, Pennsylvania, August 1
1 his morning at 0:1)0 the northwest bound
freight train collided with tho southward
oil train. Two braknuioti UHined Borland
and Iljiiuor, uml an uuknown hoy, were
killed by the coliUlon, and afterwards
turned, together with llftemi cars or nil
which liiiuiodiately ignited. An oni'inoer
11 ad it thigh broken.
KAI'AI.I.Y INJUIIKtl.
Hamilton, Ohio, August I. -John
Ounaughton,an ouiployou of tlio Clucinati
iimiinon ami Dayton railroad was fatally
iijiirou ni tiiomialo tin aftornoou. bv
falling Irom tho liroad.gungo expres,
which arrivot in Oiiiciuiiull at IliIH) n.m.
No ono observed tlio accident nt tho timo.
Although ho wat noun iinnu tlio train at
it loft Locklnnd, ho wa dltcovetud ubout
hour and n half afterwards. Ivlnc
esldotho traek with hi skull frai tured.
though thoro worn scarcely any other
marks ol Injuries. He wa brought to
Hamilton upon a following lrln i.t.,1
lied at 1 0: 1 p.m., having remained un-
conscloui from the timo of tho accident.
Ho was about 3,7 yoart old, and loaves a
wlfo and two childred, ho has sovnral
brothers ruilroad liuployoes,
COI.I.IeloNS.;
IMuuflKKCi-aiK, August I. The froight
train bound south on tho Hudton Itivar
railroad, in attcmntliii! to croai in ih
llilr.l trnk botw.oi, Tut ry to wn .nna lrv-
ington, ran oil' tho traek just a tho north
bound .Saratoga train which left New
York at a a.m., cwno aloji.j , ,Tlw ongina
of tho froight train struck tho bggago
car and wrockod and dlsablod ovory car In
tlio train. A hrakeman on tho freight
train wa fatally wounded, Valburgh,
baggageman of th Saratoga train, was
badly hurt, alio Mr. Warren and wlfo of
Now York, Both will recover.
FOREIGN.
1!C,000 I'KK ANNUM INtTtBAHB.
I.ONitoN, August 1. Tho bill granting
25,00D pounds per nunum to tho duko of
Kdinburg on tho occasion of his marriago,
enmo up to-day for a third roiidlug. Blr
Churlos Dilko made a long speech against
tho grant. (Iladstono replied with bltlor
neit, characterizing tho persistant oppo
sition to tho bill a Indocont, as mulish.
Iho mombor Trom Birmingham protested
against tho epithet indecent, and Glad
slouo withdrew tho oUBaivn nr.
prestion. Tho Nowgato mombor askod
ir tho marriago would ho solemnised ac
cording to tho form of tho church of Jing-
lanu, anu uiausiono roso and absolutely
declined to answor tlio ipiostlon, and tho
member from Ulatgow movod to amend.
providlug that In tho ovontof tho Duko or
Edinburgh tucceoding to tbo grand duchv
of Saxe-Cohurg the unnulty shall coaie.
After further debate tho amendment was
withdrawn, and tho bill passed.
TICII1IOIINC.
Lonjjon, August l.-Wl'ho trial of tho
Tichborno claimant ha been further ad
journed till Tuesday, In consequence or
tho (Boost of a Juror. Koarly, leading
counsel Tor tho dorouse, will commence
his address on tho resumption of the trial
aud will piobably occupy four hours lln
hhing.
KVAUUATINO.
Pakis, August 1. Nancy and lleirort
wero evacuated yesterday by tho (Jorman
troops, who burned all good which could
not ho carried oh".- Tho Inhabitants in
both clllc renmluod iu their houses whil.i
tlio OeriuanH wern leaving.
IIIOWKLL,
London, August 1, Tho trial olUarry
Austin Bldwoll and lilt accomplice for '
fraud on tho Bank or England, vill take
placo on tbo 18th intt. It la rumored the
accused will plead guilty.
THE CHOLERA.
at i'oi-lak iii.urr, MIBBOUUI.
St. Louia, August l.Tbo Kvohfng
Dispatch learnt from a gentleman Just ar
rived from Poplar Blurt, Boiler county,
Missouri, that cholera has raged there
violently. Thirty' death had occurred
out itf a total popuhttlort of loas thari B00
Tbe mortality wa large'ly connndd to
railroad hands, but several woll-kuorau
.citizen had died. Tho dlseaio ha now
noarly abated,
ATCOLUUUUH, OUjo. 1
OoLUMUtta, August 1. There ha been
no cholera Iu this city for nearly a week1
until this afternoon, when a convict died
'at the penitentiary or this disenio.
AT ISVANaVIMIC, '
v..iu.i'ti I A t.....lt!.ktm
reported from choora,ampBg rolling iH
.taods. Two cise that will probably ter
'mtnate in ueaioi n . 1 ,34.
ILUNOAlrURbAY, AUGUST g, 1873.
MISCELLANEOUS.
JUJMORS OF A-'OonU DISIHIV.
P.IIY IN AhAKKA.
MORE INDIAN OUTRANKS ON
THE TEXAS FRONTIER.
BKVKKAIiNKW YORK BANKS TO
UK PltOHKCUTKl) KOIt UK
KII.SAIi TO PAY OEKTAIN
1NTKKKS1VS,
HOIl()KKN,.BAVINtm HANK ,') (IM
PENDS PAYMENT.
ETC.,
KTO.,
KTO.
UOI.ll lllH'OYKUKII,
Wasiiiniiton, August 1 .Tlio com
mliiloner of tho general land ullicn Is In
receipt or Information that valuabla de
posits ofgold have been dlsooverod by
army oUloer (tatloned In Alaska. Tho
ecrotary or war under act authorising
nlm to purchase land In Tela for altos
for forts and military posts, haa appointed
a board ofollloori to doteriiitu tho location
of tho laud". Tho board will meet iu
tali Autonlo about tho loth.
ON TllaC rilONTIRII
Naw Youk, August l.A leltor from
Fort Black, Teta. say forays of Indiana
aro Increasing to an alarming uttenl, and
scarcely a day passes hut tbo body of soma
solatud frontiersman is found. .Stock and
honci aro frojueiitly run oil' from teeming
ly tocuro tottlomoiitt, Tho letter tay
thoso thing happen, notwithstanding tho
cavalry am scouring tho country,
HKI'UHX TO PAY.
Ntw 01tK, August 1. Tho Broadway
ational bank, tho Tenth national bank
aud tho Tradesmen's bank, having re
futed to comply with tho demand of
.'haoiborlin for paymouti of interest ac
crued 011 city doposits, Ohamborlio no
titled his rounsol to bogin suit for the
recovery of all interest now duo by them.
INJUNCTION IlKNIKI).
Nw Yoiik, Aug. I. Judge Pratt in tho
mpronio court has Uoniod tho application
for injunction mads on behalf or .Stephen
A. Alden.to restrain hit recently divorced
ifo from recovering (00,000 in bond.
Which Aldan alleno ho .Wat forced, to aur.
render while under arrttt and to ho treed
from thepoinpanlonahlp'or tho shorlir of.
iteor.
JfTBAUkaa ituirny. '
Nkw Yonic, Auguatl. Latothl after
noon tho aherlll' seized two steamers of tho
Paclllc Mall lino, in the suit begun in
tho-city, to rocovor $120,000 doliuiiont
taxeti.
BUSI'KNMXll pavhknt.
Tho llobitkon Having bunk suspended
paymont this ufternoon, under pressure of
two days' run. Tho defalcation of Klein,
absconding cashier, is disoovorod to bo
55,000.
POLITICAL.
TO MBKT IN CINCINNATI.
OoLUtinua, August 1 Tho constitu
tional convention thi afternoon by a yoto
of Al to 40, adoptod tbo resolution for ad
journment of the couvoution from August
H to December 'I, to mtet in Cincinnati.
MANSACIIUMKTTH I.lllCRALM.
Boston, August 1. Some tncmbors of
tbe Liberal Republican state central com
mitteo mot to-day and appolntod a com
mittee to consider tho political situation
In Massachusetts and tho country goner
ally, and report to a futuro meeting.
CIVIL RtOIITN.
Little Rock, August 1. Oapt. L. 11,
Brown, conductor on tho Cairo and Fulton
railroad, was arrested this ovonlng, charged
with violating the civil rights bill, in re
fusing to admit sumo colored people to a
certain car on hi train. , Tho trial comes
on" lu.inorow.
SPORTING.
THE CLEVELAND HACEK.
Cluyelanii, Augiut 1 The third day
of the race wa a. grand success. Tho
weather was beautiful, aud tbe track in
excellont condition. A crowd of 20,000
poop)') was in attendance, and U wa tbe
universal remark that tor tiircoiiful racing
Cleveland took the palm in tho West, and
eveu Saratoga and Long Branch cannot
turn out a bigger or more orderly crowd.
The tlrst race was for horses that havo
nevor beaton ; purse $5,000, $:i,00o to
tlrst, to aocond, (750 to third; eleven
entries aud U started. Hotspur, John W,
Oonloy and .1,0, Brown being withdrawn
on account or lameness, Netlla. was a
favorite in the poo It, and won In 3 straight
heats, in beautiful style, Tho summary
wa:
Nettie 1, 1. 1.
Mohawk, Jr.,-', i, X
Crown Prince 0, 1), ..
Hod Cloud 3, 4, 4,
Derby 4, 6, 5,
Chicago 0. C,.
Major Allen 7, 8, 7.
lieu Klager 8, 7, 8.
Time .jlHl, 2;g4j and 2j.ti.
RAILROADS.
K, ANP K. IUILROAI1.
, Tt. Louis, August . -Several gentle
men Interested in tho Keokuk and Kanta
City railroad met hereto-day and closed ft
contract for 8,000 toot of Iron from Dan.
.vni, reMtvivania. mint, urauiag m
antlM. and ibe. entire rid'fu
aMifttla. and the entire roW'fimai
spsap'laied by the first of January, 187li.
Washinoton, Aug. 1-Probah(lltlot
I'orlbe Northwest and and Upper Lako
region and theneo to Missouri and Ohio
valloy, rising baromotej, northwest ond
oiithwotl winds, partly cloudy weather
and local rains, clearing away Saturday,
hor Lower Lako region, thonco to Upper
Ohio valley, temporarily cooler and oloar.
Ing weithor, followed hv cloudlne and
occasional local ormi. For Kastorn OuR
and South Atlantic state railing baroni.
tor, lilaher teinperaturn. south
cloudy weather and occasion rains In foa
mor. In Middle state i.mthwMt and
northwest winds, partly cloudy weather
with local storms. For New England ris
ing baroinotor, slightly coolor and cloudy
weather with occasional rains. Ho porta
aro missing from fatther Northwest aud
uouinwesi,
MARKET REPORT.
Sr. Lotus. Auruit t. I.'loot- .lull .,..i
weak, coticoa ion iluiiianded liy hiiyor.
especially for now.
Wheat dull, No a red fall 51 411 -.levator;
sample Iota aelllng No !1 M U.fftl lift,
(all 3.(S1 411.
Corn alow, lulled 3St):i'c cash) -17iO-August,
' JU
! alow and uiichangod No 'i lulled
:tOG;VUo t atb; 27 September.
Barley, tlrst lot ol now spring receive. I
sold at Uui! sacked.
Byo higher at Coo.
Pork tteady at tic. f,0.
Dry suit meals no talus of round loose
lots, Small tales Hacked ahuuldura HI,-
clear rib Vc. bacon atrong; ahouldura hif,)
H,o; clear rib lojc; clear l(ijf,il Is.
iiamt u jijioji-.
Lard nnchaiiKiHt. .
Whisky higher; tilfiyj'-'o.
vatiiu lairiy active; i'.hki hi cliulco na
tive steer $1 M(an; uholcii cows alul
bolter s:i G0(i; rst Tut an and Indian
3 7Dfv4 f.0.
Hogs, tW) 10; bulk aaloa l V0(,i)l ill.
Mkmi'UIh, Aug, I.-Cotton In goud do.
demand; ordinary llljc; low middling
Flour dull and nominal.
Corn meal drooping $i US..
Yellow corn icaroo and llrut. fiito. while
COc
Oat quiet and weak, 40l'.!
Hay, no supply; gooit wanlod.
Bran llrmur. tr, f.0.
Bacon dull, Uj, lUjfllc.
j.aru nun out unchanged.
Pork dull and drooping, 17 '-'5(,i)l7 r.0.
CltlCAiiii, Auir, I. Flour uulnt and un
changed.
W Ileal, No sprluir Was held nil by tho
corner to $1 40 till 1 p in, at which hour
all outstanding trade for. Inly were can
celled, and prion dropped In $1 IU, lellor
August sieauy, ji hj,
Corn in lair ilomaiid ami ndvannoil; No
2 mixed -Mi bill, apolor Augutt; HMJcHup
lemhcr. Oalt iulttl,aiut wnau, N 'AVOa, at 'liti,
jvuaju.t. .
Kve uulot and woak.
Barley disVI and nomlnnl.fiir spot, steady
' tor nopiamoar, o -t laii nisn, sepiamnar
tir i . I.. i. .. .. 1 - .1 ........ i ..... u.i.
Pork steady, $10j, spot August, '10 30
oeinomuer.
Lard quiet and unchanged, 7n, cash.
Bulk meat steady, sales, loose shoulders
7Jo.
Bacon quiet aud unchanged, mi sales.
New Oklkann. August 1. -Flour dull:
XXX 0 W)07 00; family H(y.l 75.
Corn scarce; yellow liiixnd HOc; wlilto
mixed 73c.
Oat dull ut 4'J(75i:ia.
Bran dull, 80H'jc
Hay dull, prlino (2'J; i holco
Pork dull, SIC 70.
Dry salt shoulder scarcu at !o: bacon
llrmor, U, lUll,c-
llami lb(i)iuj.
Lard dull, cholcq acarco; tlor:o HijUc;
keg 10l0lc
Sugar and mola ses no mnvomont.
Wlilsky supply light; Louisiana '!.
Cori'eo 1B22.
RIVER NEWS.
Htae and mil r tlt' Hlvrra
For 'it hours ending:) p.m., August 1, 1B73
Above
low
water.
j "Changes.
HTATION8,
Blse.l Falh
?TPI?IF
Boouvlllo.. ..
BruuswleW...
Calm
Cincinnati...
.......
Confluence
Davenport '...'..,,
LS,.....lll..
Fort Beuton.!!, !!,"!!
Hermaun ,,,,
Jefferson C tv .
Kanaus City
Keokuk,
LaCrosao , ,. .
Leavenworth
Lexington.. ,
Little Hock...' ...
Loultvillu
Marietta .. ,,t,.
Memphis. ,
Morgantown
Nashtlllo
NewUeueva
New (meant
Oil City,
Omaha
I'aducah ..
Pittsburg
Plattsnionth.!..;;
Shrevenoit
St. Joseph ,
St. I MM
St. Paul
Vickabitrg
Warsaw ,
Yankton
10 2!
Edwin Uaiclanu,
Observer Signal Service, tl.H. A.
LotllHVII.LE. AUk'Uat 1 River about aia.
tiuhary. with 4 feat 0 Inches In the canal
and '2 feet ti Inches In Indian chuto, Ar
alvec, Camolia, Morophia; Haven and
barge ofialt and Kanawha and barge ol'
alt, Pomoroy; Mary Ann, with a tow of
empty barge, New Orloant. Departed,
Camslia. Cincinnati; Haven and Kaua-
wna wiin au, yalro; Mary Ann, Plttt
burg. The O. II Ohuroh cleared for New
Orleans this eveuiiiic Sho lost 24 tin lira
aground in the canal. The Mlttlstlpni
Valley Transportation company barga No
f.0 ha Jutt boon romuletad. Tha fliirn i
a llghtor,. This barge will carry 1,700
"!
KVANCVILE, AUKUSt 1 Cloar. hot and
mercury 80' to 00. "Wind from tbo north
twest The river ha fallen 8 Incliee in
ba last U hour. Arrived, guickstep,
Cairot R A Daggo, Cincinnati, Down.
Dharsaer, Ciucjnnatl; Mary Anient,
O rand view: Rose HI te, Louisville; Jtob
arte,, ;Uehdsron; Southern, Kattport.
nusinaaf auii.
H,0,N".4"l r?'!,r W 8
ery and warm,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AlfD Mtimi.
St. Louts, August I, Arrived) A I lea.
Missouri rlvon Dolphin. Lower Mist It-
slppi; Johnson, Kovkukj DoSmet, Ft Ben.
ton; Oa'hltal City. Vlcktburg. Departed!
Alex Hwlfl, Clnolnnatl: St Luke, Missouri
river; Do o Moinphl, Memphis; LakeSu.
parlor, Keokuk. Falling. Cloudy and
vv ft rin
Bhhevewijt, Augutt l.-Falr and'
pleasant, 8 het B Incites In the channel.
Arrived, Horenca, Now Orloant; Lotus,
No3,.Ieirrton. Departed, llelln Hhreve-
Sort,BlLoiilt j UhU Taylor and Lotus
jo 3, Now Orleans.
.i Mi'5fn'",l .A,,'5,"l. 1 m'0T flllnit
stoadllr. Ralnlni-Tiard all day. Arrived .
Hollo Vernon. Cincinnati. Departed: last
"',. Uolorado, Vlcktburg; llilt ovenlng:
Julia, 8t. Louis.
Nashville, Augutt l,-Kla lltiuhe
UnpsM tonlr.hC Itlver d.oU.iIng Z
Inohee on shoal; heavy rain, here to-day.
Weather clear and pleasant. '
Vicmburr. August IDown, Katie.
river faffing ' 0,0,ltll Wlr,l "nd
New Uhleans, August I. Nt. arrivals
or doparturs. Main; mercuy 87".
IMllL. HOWARD,
STEAMIiOAT HUTCIIKR
ttlty aatlnsaMlUatnla HnllilliiB,
SJV'.iUI altaulioa l. tnni U,. tllM .,,
noala nlulil nr.l.t
DANIEL IsAMI'KRT,
PASHIONBliE HARDER
K'lUHTII ST., Mr. f.'oM. ,t U'iHII., '
CAIItO, 1 1.14.
WARD HOHKRTH,
IF I IsT T Tj Q
Drai.Kiis in Winiiow Siiaiies,
Wall Pai-eii, Piiuk White
Leah, Linhkxu On,
ILLUM1NATI MO 01 L,
Sl-IIIITN TUNfKNTINK, Ol.llK
Shellac, Alcokoi,, Etc., Kto.
Waahlugtoii avenue ami Eleventh atieat,
Oattui, . lt.t.im.i
VANILLA, LEMON, ETO
Tor Flavoring foe Crean, Ctkn 4V Pattry.
With great care, by a new dtoccm. we
Xtract from tho Irui. select Kruitt and
Aromatlcs, each churactcristlo flavor, and
produce Flavoring! of rare exetllenct.
vj gnat iirenam ana ptrrttt purity.
No podonout oil. Ecery flavor a$ rtp
renntttl. Ifo dteeittneh batiu tuU
tntaiur, holding ont-half more than
otitri purporting to hold lamt quantity,
lias A . d.,.-- ..ft . . . . ... Mr.
mott dtUealt.deliciout flavor tvtrmudt.
du Bupcrior to tuo tiictip cxtracta. Ask
for Dr, Prico'a Bpcclul Flavorluga. Man
ufactund ouly by
BmiBoiPRIOC.
UciHita, CIIIUAUU sod RT. IX1U13
Uinufarlurtrsof Dr. Price' Cream
Making Powder,
You can buv six
and ono-lmlf lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sucar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now 'Orleana
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
uireo ana ono-lmlf libs. Prime
Rio Coffee. Ono Dollar : Beat
Imperial Tea. Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sovonty-flvo Conta per pound ;
Young Hyaon and Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hiram Bixbv.
.!?AJ!I.,SA'lrM,
CAIRO AND PADUUAlV
AlaV BOAT.
The aladld staaaiti
Diok Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday aioe.
at
Id.ui KorrrelirhtoDBMaireauiilrou
oat or
to
IA. jaaiMtna, ak i,
tract i. NMTit'itn,
OBSIaW
Bappt reUef far young men Irom the ef
fectJi of .error and abuse la early Hie.
Maubood restored. IsapedlwenU to mar
riage removed. New wetaoda ol treatuisut.
Nw and rerkabU reioadi. 'Ikioka and t
olroulart sent lree,Alnealed eiivelopea.'T;
Addrate, Hewaiil Asaeelattou, No. S4ail
Nlnttatreet,. fiiphla. Pal-aa Iim2S
UontaYUgahrJi reeuuuoa terhonwelV'
v"""a SMSnsaa MjleaVtW ! - if? i
rWdAwaS.
Our Hom3 Adrewtlaws.
OMXilrMHNa.
HEM IS, II MOWN ft (X).,
HAG MANUFACTURERS
Aornto Homi Cotton Matt
NO, 80 Ohio Uvea, Cairo, III.
l-a.7m.
NEW UVERY STABLE
TENTH BTKKstr,
liaTWEBN WASU'N AVIMDM AM1 WAI.atMl
llr. II, r. rial.la Infoma tea pukllo that ha ha
t. I V K k r a x A B t, K
on Ida norllinnt .i.ln of T.alh alra.l aa aa
at)?..
Ilia HUbl.a will bo ruiDlabatl with nsa but th
BEST HOBSBB
AND GOOD VKUIOLKB.
and the public, ma v be aowimmodated at a).
hour of tho day and night with safe taenia
.III IIV IUTT.Hl WLUll.
.Dr. Klelda aaki a share of nubile patron air
5 il "nu,,,Tor " sneni it ry lair dealln
' ...iu. Riwauuu to llllBf
Cairo Rox and Baskkt Co,
Heater iu
MJMIIER OF ALL KINDS
iiakh anb aturr.
Keep constantly on baud
Kl.lilllllNd ANl HlUINll,.A!.HO I,ATH.
Wrtlara llellea.
HI I.I. ANII YAHI1 COBNEE TUIRTr-S'OtlHTM
MTHEET ANII OHIO LBTEE.
CAIHO, . ILLINOIS. 7-30 If
HOOTfS AND NHUBR).
'(fttt't.ttttStlt'HISt'taSSilltiMastf'ltMtA'ttrvtttitttila,.
SAVE MONEY
And buy jour
'hi OQTa BHOXa
or
It. JONK8,
iter. TaMaSSa Ms-act sMtal f ttaitterala Ar
1 am now prepared to manulaoture al
spring sty les, auoh M patent leather, raorroro.
buck and caHndtln boot Hlmna uiih hnv
toes, uork and piliBpaolea, Scotch bottoms
and bevel edge or aiiy other atyle you wish
I Bin mIo niamifiu-lilrtnir .i, .,,. i,.iiiu
of ladies' shoaa. 11 v iminriai .mi ....
msiishllt aro Warrant,,, I in tm nf h i-..
am detormlued to not fan iimlui,i r... .h.
same quality ol good.
itepainug uouo-uoauy and on short
"otlco ' u Jam.
1.UMMRK.
WHITK C'OLLAKPlJLNlNa MILL
N WALTIU, rrvsiriaiar.
aaAiaala
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AMD
LATH, BOINOLIb CIDAB fOttTS
D0OR8, HAJlIi, JILIMW
ORDERS BOLIOrriO.
STllMBOAT LCMIII,
ruraltbed en etwrtaartmeuaa.
Commercial avenue. atw-Vee th aad
aioTmta rtreaM
OAIEO: lallaXKTOia.
Summer Attention to the
trade. Having a large, selec
tion of handaomd white goods
vory cheap, Batiste de valen
cioiinis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; SwisaVg, plain
striped and flgtired ; Victoria
lawns, plain tripd and fig
ured; Marseille in great vari.
eties and patterns ; Nansook's
patterns; linen lawns, white
and figured Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em
broiderois in large assort
ments ; white trimmings in
largo assortments ; linen suit
ings in all sliados ; linen dam
asks, Iiandsome patterns ;
havo in store a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
C. Hanky.
P. S. Please call, no trou-
ltln tft uVinw anm , tXSSt tt
iid'i kj rivnv iifnmmnm
P t '
if tit,

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