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OPFICH, BTTIiIiI3a?I3r BTTXXiXI2''ci COB. 13TH BTEBBT A. 1ST I) -VT-A-SIIIlTa-TOlT .VElSr-CrE
JOHN H. OBERLY, EDITOR:
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Itrntlliiic mnlter on rrry singe.
tJlilCIS'lt AN ( IIUUOII Kluhtrrnlh ftffft
hetwrun Valiiiu;ton and Wnlnut.
.Meeting Hi'ij emiilay ut 1(1 n. in,, ninl S
.Sunday school nt .1 p. m.
rrn)ur iiit'i'tlnx Wfilncolny c rnlnt.
I'KKHII YTKItl AN-RUtU Htroet.
rrcachliiK, nabballi at 10 n.ui. anu ,) p.m
Prayer mcctli'', Wocltieitdey at7t P. m.
Libbath Bchool, .'I p.m. .1. M. I.&imden, Su
perintendent. IIkv. II. Thaybh, Pastor
M KTII01MST. Cor. KlghUi and Walnut BU.
rrcacuint, hauium ai iu. a.m., anu , p. ui
l'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, ;i. p.m. I.. W. Htlllwell,
t-'itperlriteiidcnt. Kkv. K. I.. THOMrgON,
UlUKCH OK TUK ItKUKEMKIlHKpli'cO-
nrnlnif nriyere. Fabbath lot a.m.
r.VPiniiK prayer, it p.m.
Sabbath school, 0 a.m.
IUV. K. Coan, Rector.
ST. PATRICK'S CIlURCll-NlnUi at. aad
Public; service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 .
tuiiiTk, 7 J). in.
f abbath School. 2 p.m.
Sen Ice every day, 8 a.m.
Kkv. P. J. O'Uai.lokaI, Priest.
ner of Walnut aud Crois streit?.
Jlsn, ctery f-utiliatli at 10 o'clock a. in,
tipvrr , 3 p. lu.
Jlai dilrins week day, 8 o'clock a. in.
ItKV. 0. Mori'MAN, Priert.
Ueet detween Washington Avenue aim
Waluut street. . . . ,
1'rearblng .Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath Scbool at 2 o'clock p.m.
Kkv. O, Iiukkhciinek, rasior.
......... ..k,.- Klltll'l'l 1 U i atl,i,' 1.
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
rarli month at tlielr room over Rockwell
A Co's book tore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. at
I,. W. STILI.wkli, rreiiueni.
U1URI II. Corner Syeamorc and Forty
lllt Btreeti. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'cloi-k a. m. and :i o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
'I lie cburcti Is connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Klrt Millenary llap
tlit Church ol Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon Leonahd, Pastor.
irum i v xiiTimnivr K'..n rt . nth. tie
I I.IWIW, a,....MV.'.ua. . ,
twem Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. II a.m.
hi'ibath School, 1, p.m.
(,'Um tneeU at 3 p.m.
KCOM) KRKB Wll.l. HAiTIST'-nf-
tsenth Street., between walnut anu v-euar.
hen Icninl, bath. 1) and 3 p. m.
Kkv. N'. Kickm, Pastor.
KKK WILL HAPT19T HOMr. MISaJO.N
.SAltHATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
.Sabbath School, !i a.m.
HIST HIKE Wll.l. iwrnn milieu
birvfce, SabbKUi 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. A 74 p.m.
Kkv. Wm. Kicu.icv, Pastor.
IkST M1S3IONAKV UAI'TIST C1UJKCU.
( vdr, between Muth and Tenth SU.
rreai'liliiK Sabbath. 104 a,m. and "J p.m.
l'rayer meeting, Wednenday e tiling.
I'reaiihlng, Friday eveiiliij;. . .
Kibbatb M'hool, 14 p.m. Jolm Vlttt
aud Mary htfjiheiu. Supertnteudent.
Kkv. T. J. hiiuKKB, l'ator.
rVUNI) HAI' TIST C HUKCH-Fourteenth
irpet between t,euar aim " ",
only llaptl.t church recoguUc.l by tbu A-
S "nlre-'IVabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
UfV. JaCou IIuai-lkv, tlder.
SK0HET OH I) KH3.
COMMANUKKV, No. 13. Stated
Ai..embly at the Aymm J ao
c&lion ftv jiasuiuc "v '
In each month. .,,,, 'nl..
111(11 ITIIAl'ir.Il iU. li. --T".
vocation at ataonic iiau,
'IMesday ol every month,
XIUO LODUE. So. 337 F.& A. M.-Kcku-
lar tJinmunicauuu; "
lecoml aud fourtb Mondavaof each month.
Fellow' uau, in wi u"ii
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
dovcnior-John I., lieveridgt.
Audltorof SUte-C. K. dpplncott.
Stato Treanurer Canper uuu.
Attoniev Oeneral-Jame K. Kdnall.
Senatorj-Klchard J. Oglcby and John A.
tentative Klghtcenth Ulitrlctr-Iwcc
"'"'kMHEIIS GENKUAL ASSEMHIiY.
Keprchentatle,ln tho wit i '"";;-
John 11. Ohcriy, m. a. uuuima
,w.l. InHcpre. .,,,..,,., ,fcsfi w.r(!.
iffA'ne-l). J. lker, of Alexander.
hiK" Attorney-l'atrick U. Tope.
Clerk-K. S. Yociim.
siieriff A. U. Irvln.
Wm Jlartln-Aiaeaiwr and Treasurer.
iiScTrtw-S? E. McCrlte and 3. Marchll-
uon- . ...... n t.,M,
Clcra oacuu vi. j "v-m.
Coroner John II. Oosiiman.
MUNICH' AIi OOVEltNMENT.
Comptroller-K. U. Kallls.
Atwrnoy-ll. Wab-on Vcbb.
foUce SlagliiUates-F. Uromi and J. J.
"Ma'whal and Chterof VoXiea-Vfm. Meliale.
Street Commlanlonor-U. J. Oalllgun.
llcalth OlUccr-W. Wooteu.
l!....i.n,M iniim K.irco A. Cain narccnt.
wSitpamti. I'hllllD Helm, CUa. Mulmer
iml 1. A. Couant.
Flri-t ward-IUram HUby and J. M.
Second ward-Ucrraan Moycrs and Wood
'"STurd-JohnMcEwonand V. Kort
"fourth ward-C. F. Ncllia and M. .1.
MFmh wiinl-Jno. II. Koblnson ami Wm.
CAIRO CITY COAL
la nropiird to Buppir ouswmei itn tl
' r uurIHt of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OHUKlta left at HaHldaT Broe. Jfflce. e
ouio uvu. or at the Coal Yard I below toe
Bt. Cbarlei tiotel. will "eelye prompt atten
tion Tbe Too WowtAV" wUl bring ooal
wngtlde to lUatten any bour.r
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
f ' 1 1 A K A C T K Fl I ST I (J K'JTEIl V
TUKA.SUKKK 8FINNKH TO
A HANK CASHIKK.
DKATII OF A .MISERLY
VKIt IN J'HILA
CUANdK IX THE .MANAOKM KMT
Or TUK MJL'IrfVIMiK DAILY
(.'O.MAI KBC1 A L.
TIIKHAIil, rOKTHK UK.VKl'lT OF
TIIK I'OKTI.ANl) Sl-'KFKK-KK3
cool, c on not) iiayb.
WAiiUNuro.v, Auguit 8. (Jen. Spinner
hai lent tbu following luttur to the caihier
of a New Kngland bank ;
WAMII30TO.V, Auguit 7.
.SlK- Your letter of the tint wai re
Cfivol yeitorday. iiy Adama Kipreu
company thorn caino oncloied, m therein
tated, two Unitod Htalei logal tender
notei, one of the denomination of $600,
ami tko other $100. liolh thete notai are
entirely new, having never boon lolJed
and perfectly clean, bel"c without
ijiot or ipeck. Fur lorne
bad purpoie, doubtleii a fraudulent
one, v,ltha view to the railing of other
l.'nlted Statu notei of aimaller denomi
nation, to tho value of Ibeto, more than
one-tentb of each hai been icinored out
with a clean cut. Under tho old regula
tion! of the troaiury department that ex
iitod for moro than ten yean,
thce notei could baro been
redeemed for only 0-10 of their face value.
?CQ would, under the rule, have boen de
ducted for mutilation. Thete rulei, uo
fortunaioly for the government, bAve been
modified io thii penalty cannot be en
forced. You claim to have returned to
you new Unitod State notei of like de
nomination!. T'nder the government
contract of tbu United Statei tbe
charge to the government by the expren
company for their traniportation both
wayi, would be one dollar and twenty
centi For dog dayi I comider this re
que.t rtocldedly cool, Fint, you or
your client wilfully clean now notei, and
you ailc tho Kuterument no1
only t replace them with
other new, unmutllated notei,
to bn in ibeir turn, fur aught 1
know, mutilated and returned with a like
retio!t for other notei, bin to pay the ex
peuu and run the rUk of trnuiportatlon
Loth wnyt, Thli if, to my mind, piling it
on pretty itep, You not only burn with
n hot iron, but you aik the burned to pay
for heating the pokor. if you turn to the
thirty-eighth lection of tbe national bank
law, you will find that if any periou bad
treated two of your bank notei in tho way
thvie United Statci notei have beon
treatod, you could recover by action in
any court having jurisdiction, f r,0 for onih
mutilation. What 1. lauce for
the gooie it lauco for the gander.
Ought not tbo perpetratori of them mutil
atioui Ikj made to reipond in like manner
It hai been concluded that tbo note be
retained until tbe piecei that bavo been
cut oil' bo returned to thii otlico, and till
the apparent fraudulent or malicious mu
tilation f hall have been latiifsctorily ex
plained to the department.
erv rcipeciiuiiv yours,
.Signed F. E. Si'IN'.nkr,
Treasurer of the United Statei,
i.KATii or A VIISEK.
"I'll ilahelpiiu, Auguit 8. T.l'assmore
Hanbest, a lawyor of eccentric and mlsor
ly habit, died here yeiterday, leaving an
estate valued at nearly a million dollar.
Ho leiwoi a brother and two liitor. Ilii
will leaves the bulk of hi citato to chari
table, inititution, but becomes inopera
tive, having been made only a week prior
tobiidoath, wullu tiie law requires at
leait ones month.
Louie vii.i.b, August 8. Tbo daily com
mercial newipapor of this city ha pancd
under anew management. S. L. Ewing,
a woll-known nowipaper man of this city,
hai taken cencral charjo of tbo paper. It
continues Republican in politic.
Wasuinoton, Atiei'it 8. The contract
for building two new iron iloop of war.
ha beon awardod to John Hoach Son of
New York, for $20,000 each.
Rear Admiral Alnoy lia rccoived pre-
natatory orders to command a ileet In the
navy. Hear Admiral Tyler, commanding
the South 'Atlantic floet, will be rotlred
and relieved of tbo command by Rear
Tho Gorman minister bai beon oflkially
informed of the ground of tbe conclusion
of our government In the Vogt cast, and
further, that after the expiration of a cer
tain tlmo Vogt will bo discharged from
THAT BALI. I'O&TPONKll.
Lono Uiuncii, Auguit 8, The ball for
tbo boiiellt of Fortlacd lufferofs has boon
postponed till Wednesday.
Paris, August 8. Honrl Rochofort was
examined by pbyalciani yeiterday find
pronounced able to bear the fatigue of
tho voyagfl. Ho was accordingly sent on
board tbe transport Virginia, with BO
othor convicts, for New Caledonia.
London, August 8. Bark Annawaa
from New Bedford, Juno lt, for a crulio
In tbo Atlantic, capsiiM and five of her
crew drow nL Th Mtnaindor, seventeen
In numbor, er recul by a pasting ves
el and landed in I.lwpool.
A dispatch from Berlin aayt chelora it
prevalent In the barrack !n that city.
A largo rice mill In St. Kphany, luburb
of London, burned. Imu 15,000,000.
Viks.va, Augugt 8,-The Vorttadt
Zaitung reports that Count Ue Cham
bourd hai accepted the thron of France
at a formal tinder of which was recently
made him by a deputation of Leglll
Wasiiinotok, Augut B. Tho follow
ing executive order ha been Iisuodr
Washikotox. Augutt 8.
The ciril-servico commUiion at it
sciiion at Waibington, which terrnlnatod
Juno I, 183, recommended certain fur
ther rules to be proscribed by the presi
dent for the irovernment of tbe clvil-er-vico
of tbe Unitod States. These ruloa a
publithod are approved, and their provl
tion will bo enforced a rapidly a
proper arrangementi can be made.
I!y Hamilton Fiih, Becrotary or Stato,
TIIK EXPOSITION ABUSES.
The full report of the ipeclal commis
sioner on the abuiei ol tbe United States
branch of tbe Vienna Exposition have
been received here. Tho conclusions aro
tbe reveno of complimentary to Oen.
Van Iluren and his confidential assistant,
fioD Mayer, and some subordinate. The
government ha received no ofllclat com
munication from Oreat Ilritain in relation
to the Manitobadilllculty, and therefore,
contrary to report, has taken no action in
tho premises. Nor has tho government
received any communication from Spain
concerning the action of tbe United State
officer tn relation to the protection of tbe
Xasiivim.k, Augusts. Five new cases
of cholera in Chattanooga. Three fatal.
.Mem nil'-, August 8. Cholera bat
again made it appearanco in tho north
eastern portion of this county.
AT TXRRA HAUTE.
Terra Uautk, Auguit 8. One fatal
case of cholora hereto-day.
XT MT. VEKKON.
OtttcrtlA-Tl, A.ul U .Mayor Daw-
ion of Mt. Vernon, Indiana, a city which
uffered greatly from cholera, formally
announcei the disappearance of the dis
ease from there, llo iayi there has not
been a caie in forty-eight hour, ilusi
ness bouios are again opon.
Wasuinoton, Auguit S. 1'robablli
ties For tbo Northweit and thence to
Minouri low barometer, loutherly winds,
high temperature, cloudy weather will pre
vail, with occasional rain. For Upper
Lakes variable southeasterly and north
erly wind, exceedingly cloudy and warm
weather to-morrow, with fulling barome
ter. From Ohio valloy to Tennenee
toutbeaiterly winds, warm and partly
cloudy weather, with local storms. For
Gulf states southerly winds, partly cloudy
weather, high temperature and local rain-
For South Atlantic statei outheasterly
winds, falling barometer, warm and gen
erally clear and warm weather. For
Lower Lakes and Middle states rising ba
rometor, lower temperature, westerly
wind, occrsional rain and generally elear
weather; For Now England northwest
winds, lower temperature and generally
Vamiixoton, August 8. Secretary
Belknap left this morning for Orauge,
New Jersey, to pend a fow days with
Gen. Marcy. He will return on Tuesday
Nkyt York, August 8. Mary Hay
King, widow of the late ex-'Jov. King of
this state, died at horresldonce nt Jamaica,
Long Island, aged 83.
DKNT AND GRANT.
Lonu Branch, August 8. Mr. Dont
having recovered, tbo president has decided
to visit Maine on Monday.
Wiir.KUNO, August 8. An old school
teacher named Bannon, wai found in the
school house at Benwood to-day, Uo has
been dead 12 day.
New York, August 8. Money mora
active, loantng a high a 5 per cent; clos
Ing at 4. Sterling dull and unchangod,
Customs receipts 305,000. Gold qulot
161 to 16J; closing 15J. Loans 2 to 6 per
cent for carrying and tlet for borrowing
ninarlncs 20.000.000. Assistant treasurer
108 000. Governments Arm with good de
State bonds dull. Jtallroad and
mlicellaneout poculatlon eihlbited moro
animation and nrmncs tuan on any prevt
ous day of the week; advanced in prices,
ranging from t wJ.
CLOUD JT WHEILINQ.
Wiiisilino. Auirust 8. Cloud, tka
Philadelphia oanman, pasted tbit city for
New Orleans at 3:30 this allornoou.
POTOMAC RIVER STEAM Kit
LOSS OF LIFE.
OVKH FORTY PASSKNGKltS
KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN
DUO WIS ED.
THE I'AHSKNGEKS BECOME PANIC
STRICKEN AND JUMP OVEH
OAI'TAIH UNABLE TO I'UE
A POTOMAC HTKAM ER HURNE .
"Washington, I). O, Auguit 8. Tho
steamer Wawaisett, of Washington, with
a large number ol passengers, was burned
oir Acijua cruk this evening. Report
says 60 to 76 porsons aro lost, l'nrticulars
are expected soon.
Fkederickhuiio, August S TheWa
wassett, running on tho Potomac between
Washington and Currotnan, took tire
about noon to-day, at Chatulong,
and was destroyed. Sho had
about ISO passengers, and from
40 TO 50 LIVES ARK LOST.
Six bodies found up to 2 p.m., 3 whlto
ladies, ono child and two cobrod children.
Mil Virginia Warburg of Olymont, Mil
Bettie Saunders and a child from Curri-
niHD, are among tbe dead. Tho others
bavo not boen recognised. Geo. W. Cook
of Warsaw, Virginia, is missing. Capt.
Wood did not leave the boat till forced
by the flaraii. The flro ws diicovered in
the engine room.
A I'ASSENOER INIKHVIEWED.
Washington, August 8. A reporter
of the associated press at midnight bad
an interview with Doc Kennedy, bar
keeper of tho Wawasult, who is the only
ono from tho steamer that reached Wash
ington to-night. Ho came up to this city
on tbe steamer Express, with an excursion
party from Sing point. Tho latter vossol
SIGHTED THE WRECK
At 4 p n., and pbkod up Kcnnody, who
had been tent out in a small boat to como
to Washington. The passengers and crew
of the Wawassott wero at that tltnu all
cared for at Blewart'a wharf, near tho
scene of the disastor. Kennedy states tho
Wawasiett left bore at C n. m. to-day, on
her regular trip to Couuver, wliii
117 KKOUTERED 1ASSKN0 EHS,
And quito a largo cargo of freight for
river landings. Just before roaching
Chatterton's landing, on tho Virginia side
of the Potomac, about flvo miles bolow
Acqua creek, and after tho whistle of tho
boat bad been blown ns a signal of ap
proach to tho landing, the steamer at the
time being about a third of a mile from
FIRE WAS DISCOVERED
In tho bold. IIoio was attached immedi
ately, but before tbe men could reach it,
tbe ilames becamo gonoral, as tho flro bad
been burning for somo time. Tho lire
bad been smouldering, It is supposed, for
some hours, and upon opening tho hatches
With great fury from the hold,coinpletoly
baffling all attompts to subdue it. In an
WILDEST CONFUSION PREVAILED
On the vessel, and the passengers became
panic stricken with fear, very few having
presence of mind to talie care of tbom
solves. Tho steamer was without a second'
delay beaded for tho shore on tho Virginia
side, and in a fow minutoi
Two hundred yards from the irginla
shore. At this timo tbo tlamos had spread
with tearful rapidity, and in tho oxclto
ment MANY JUMPED OVER110ARD.
Several jumpod Into tho water beforo tho
steamer struck bottom, faao was pro
vided with but two small boats, and in tho
FRENZY OK THE MOMENT
One of theso was thrown overboard and
lost. Tbe othor tho uncontrolod worn try
ing to launch.
Of the lll-tated steamer, and his assistants,
aro said to have used evory ofl'ort to con
trol tbe passsongori, but without Avail, anil
but for their
DISOIIEPIENCE or ORDERS,
Many wbo wero lost would bavo boen
avcd. Tho vessel was woll providod with
life-presorvers, but in the panic it looms
nono of tho puiiongers secured thorn, itnd
this fact also addod to tho
lamf.ntahle loss op life.
Over 40 passengers wore drowned.
A FEROCIOCH DOG.
Bridgeport, Connecticut, August H.
While Officers Jonnlr.gs and Hoarty woro
conversing last evening, a dog owned by
tho latter attacked Jennings, Tho animal
was bcaton off, whri he jumped at his
atchlni: him by tho neck and
chock, andinfltctlng fearful, und probably
- fatal wounds
Littls Rock, Auguit 8.-R. D. Wil
sob ol New Orleans, wa accidentally
hot and killed at Hot Spring yostorday.
Boston. Aueust 8.-The old dlrtfllory
buiiriin,. in 1'rlnco streot burned this
morning. Los $05,000; Insurance f 55,000
6,000 in America of Pittiburg.
AN OUTRAUEOUH JOKE l'EU
PET RATED BY THREE
NUMB KOUS MAIL KOI1BEKIKS ON
TIIK KOOKY MOUNTAINS.
.MIDNIGHT INTRUDER SHOT BY
Memphis, August 8. Last Monday a
negro named Dan Calboon, who had been
digging a well near Brighton station, on
tbe Paducab railroad, laid down to sleep,
and while (looping was discovered by
three men, who, thinking to have somo
fun, as thoy aftorwards stated, pourod a
bottle of terpentine on Calhoon'a clothes
and set them on fire. Calboon awaking
and Unding himsolf enveloped In tlamcs,
ran shrieking for help, and beforo
caught was so badly burned he
dlod tbo next day. Tho negroes in the
neighborhood of Covington heard of tbe
horriblo story, and In vain attempted to
bavo a warrant issued for tbo arrest of tbo
porpctrntors of tho crimo, who becoming
alnrraod, Hod. Tbo tiegroos armed thorn
selvos, and scoured tho wooJs in search of
them, and becoming onraged, threatened
othor citizens, but wore quioted by Sheriff
Locke, who promised to mako overy ollort
for their capture, and believing thoy had
como to this city, ho came horo, and with
the polico is searching the city.
ROCKY MOTNTAIN P.OIIIIEIl!-.
Wasiiinoton, August 8. Special
Agent Wickizer of tho po6t-otllco depart
ment report from Salt Lake, July 31,
that highway robbery on mail route in
tboKocky mountains Is becoming frequent.
On tbe 'Jth init. robbers attacked a mail
coach near Pleasant valley, and took
$9,000 in trcaiuro from Wells, Fargo &
Co.' i exprcis, but did not molest tho mail.
Tbe robbers havo beon arroitod. A
few days later, on Snako rivor, a coach
was Ured into and the driver mortally
wouuded. Tbo poor follow had the norve
and presence of mind to put tho whip to
his horses, by which all was saved exctpt
his life. Ue expired on roaching tho first
station. On tbo 2lth',a coach on tho Helton
and Ilolso route, near Snako river, was at
tacked by robbers, and tho vtarougta mull
pouches from Boise to Kllton were taken,
and also Wollt, Furao .t Co.'t troasuro
l.nr Ajront Wickizer says bad mon como
to tho initios with tbo expectation of mak
ing suddon fortunes, and being disappoint
ed becomo reckless aud desperate high
waymen. AN INTRUDRU SHOT.
Louisville, Kentucky, August IS. Tho
wife of Cassius Claxon, living iu Henry
county, Kontucky, was wakened u fow
nights ago by a man named Payne, at
tempting to got in tho window. Mrs.
Claxon soizod n pistol and shot Payne
through tho hoad, indicting n fatal wound.
Mrs. Claxon whs tried and honorably ac
quitted. ATTEMPT AT ASSASSINATION.
New Orleans, August 8. Oilicer Wm.
Terry of tbo mounted polico, was arrested
to-day, clmrgod with attempting to assas
sinate District Attornoy McKay last
night, in Carrollton. Terry snapped his
pistol twico at McKay and fled.
N ew York, August 8. Tho coroner's
jury in tho case of Gargan, who was found
murdered ut the cornor of Green and
Spring streots, rendered a verdict that bo
was Killed by Jorry Fuller and Cbas. Co
bourn. The latter was committed to tbo
Tombs. Tho polico aro in eearch of tbo
St. Louis, August 8. Flour
Whoat, fall active and Arm, on better
grades, sales all samples No 4 red $1 1'J
l 17; No 3 $1 2601 30; No 2 $1 0Q.
Corn heavy and drooping, No 2 mixed
117 l(aJ3c spot; uajQi)3aj August.
Uatsduu lowor ana weak .Mo - 270i)'J8c
spot; 27J28jc August.
Kyo slow 140 2 u 0(o)0 lc.
Pork unchangod Sltlj; D S meat nrm;
sales loose shouTdors on track Kansas City
73c, saiatito hero, ihouldor Bac; clear rib
!i; clear OJc; butchers higher; bacon lirm
and not much doing; shoulders UJc; clear
rib 10c; cioar lujQllc.
liard uncuancod, small lots rcllnod sell
Whiskey uuu uic lor round Jots.
Cattle quiot,good to choice native steors
6 GO; butchers stock $3 "Ofoll 85: cows
and boilers $2 104.
nogs in domand and hlghor VI 'J5-
70; bulk sales f 1 -104 &u,
Memphis, Auirust 8. Cotton miiet:
Kood to ordluary ICjc; low middling I8J0.
i.ucoipis itv, siupmeni tuv.
Plour, medium, $C8.
Corn acarco and tlrm at UlGIc.
Oats scarco and Arm; hold Tic.
Hay dull ?1024,
Bron scarce, 116.
Pork hold 17 jo.
Lard, no saloi.
ilulk meats lirm.
Shoulder 82c, side
kw Ohleans, Aiisust 8. Flour, stock
small in choice; new scarco and In demand;
tieblofO 507 60; fiunlly Srj'j 60.
Corn scarce; mixed G'JCDc; white do
7Dc; white 77c.
Oats quiet, 41 3c.
Bran quiet, 808'2c.
Hay dull, primo $22; cboico 2620.
rork tcarce ana nrm, tn ou.
Dry salt moat scarce; shoulders !c;
con scarco and domand active, j 1
Lard qaTet, 888c.
Sugar and molasses, uo movement.
Hlae sail Full or tho Klvera
For'il hours ending 3 p.m., August 0,
New. Orleans y
St. Paul f,
Observer Shjual Service, U. S. A.
St Lof I", August 8. Arrivod, John
son, Keokuk; Kinnoy, Mifsourl river;
Wild Duck, Pittiburg; Raven, Ohio
rivor; Josle, Peoria; Colorado, Vicks
Doparted, Yeagor and Mary Allco, New
Orleans ; Belle Memphis, Memphis ; John
son, Keokuk; Bakor,0.uincy. Kivor fall
ing fast. Clear and warm.
Memphis, August 8. Arrived- J D
Parker, Kanawha No 2 and barges, Ohio
river. Departed last night: Julia, Vicks
burg; Bismarck, St Louis, To-day: City
of Vlckiburg, St. Louis; Henry Amos,
New Orloans. Clear and warm. River
Kvansville, August 8 Cloudy and
hot; mereury 75 to ba. Rivor risen 1 foot.
Up: Quickstop, Geo Roberts, Silverthorn.
Down: Liberty with barirei. Charmer.
Tarascon, with good trips. Business very
Louisville, August 8. River station
ary; 6J foot in canal, 3 feat in pas down
falls. Arrivod: J. S. Bronsford, Cairo.
11. S. Turner and Belio Yornou will pass
New Orleans, August 8. Arrived1
R E Lee, St. Louis. Departed: John F
Tolle, St. Louis. Weather cloudy; mer
Fittsiiuro, August 8. Rivor continuos
to fall slowly, with 4 feet 6 Inchos in
channol. Cloudy and hot with prospoct
Little Rock, Auguit 8. Clear, hot
anu mormomulur bO
River fallen 2 feet
8 inchos by guage.
Weather fair and
uoi. iuver tailing.
CUMHISMIOSI A1I fOBWAMOIKU
I. D. UATSUBfl.,
1 O UIIL
MATH USS & UHL'
Commissi on Merc h ants
iAY AND WESTEHN PRODUOK
JOHN B. PULL1S & SON,
(Huoomdom to John U. Ptilllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Cou. Tenth Stkket and Ohio Levkr,
QENEKAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer lu
LiueCimxnt, Plastkr, Uaih, Ktc.
No Ohio Iire,
will nell In car load lob) at manulao
tururs' prlcos, adding freight. 4-2-
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Succes-ors to D. Uunl & Son, 1
ri.OI B UltAI.N AM) HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovco, C Al R0, 1 LLS.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H WAI.TKHN, rrorlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAU POSTS
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS
rurnlsbcd on ihoiteot notio.
Commercial avenue, betwoon Tenth aad
stations. water. Itlne.l Fall.
Our Homo Advertiser.
Oltjr tlosskllBsuak tMltsg.
peelal atUnlioa pall.to ordart from
boau Bliiht or dav
Tba ipUadld sUuBtr
Dick Fow lib, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
I p.m For freight opaiMe apply on boat or
to J A. Malloht, Atft.
On Eighth HtrMt,1 bMim Comment! and Wash 1
nKton Avnu( U dally rolvla(
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATMT 8PRINO AMD 8UUM1B iTTLB.
tsesidta a full Una of
BoasrisrmTB fie hats
Trtmmd and untnmmed,!
FRENCH FLOWEBS. RIBBONS, THIMHINOS
of all kinds. Lot, ate., o.
Mr. MoOm haa also a lar( BMortmeat o
Puicy ArtfolM, iuoh an
I And all othar artielM usually taoad In a
i-iuaT.0LAS3 MILLINERY STORK
Mm. McQtiit, In addition to her stock ot
fancy and Millinery Uooda. hu ftn mnd
Complete aaaortment of Cincinnati Custoo
made Ladles' and MUaee' Shoes and Chil
dren"' liuou, Illack and in Colon. These
arciioknowlodKod to be the flnest and best
ever tn tbe market, and tof it ttte only
boime tbe cltv that make them a specialty
UEMIS, UROVW & CO.,
Agents Home Cotton Mills
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ui.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HBTW BIN WASU'N AV1NUB AND WALWUI
Dr. H, r, ruld Inform tu publlo that h h
It I VERT STABLE
on Itie norlhwMl side of Tenth slreei a aaa
Uls UUblee will be furnished with nene but tb
AND, GOOD VEHICLES,
and tho public may be accommodated at al-
noun 01 uie uay ana nigui wiui caie uauu
ou tbe lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
und will endeavor to merit it by fair dealluf
aud strict attention to bual'
Kiouth St., Bt. Com. A Waikl,
WAUu. MAN U FACTOR i
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
00UNIR 32D-STBKIT AND OHIO Lll
uir J. r. (Iahblb
I.yman lllodnett, de fondant. Isnotlfled
that on July 21. 1873, Mary M. Bledgett,
coinplaln.iiU, rtllod ber bill In chancery,
iu the Alexander county circuit court, tube
of Illinois, for divorce, and that said lult U
now pending in said court. That thereupon
a summons was Issued out of the clerfc'i
oincoot aald court against you, returnable)
ou the fourth Tuesday In July, 173, to
term ot said court, then to be bolden at the
court-house In Cairo, in said county ana
state. Dated July 'Jlst, 1873.
Hbubbn a. YOCCM, Clerk.
Samuel P, Wheeler, ..,.