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02TIC33, TjrrX:Xr 03TrlIi3DI2SrQ-, COB. 12TH STBEET A. XT ID -WASHI1TGTOK AVHKITB
" " CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1!), 1873.
JOHN II. OBERLY, EDITOR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
THE JJU L L ETJ N.
MrndliiK iimltcr on ncrj imgr,
UiHISTJAN (J11UHC11 KlffMoculh street
between Washington and Walnut.
Meeting every bunday at 101 a. lu.. and S
Nnnday chool at a p. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evuilng.
Preaching, Habbath nt 10) a.m. anil 74 p. Ill
Prayer mectlr.p, Wednesday at 7 t. m.
-i itjbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. I.uimdeii, Su
perintendent. Hkv. II. Thayer, Pastor
MhTUODI.ST.-Cor. Eighth ami Walnut 8U.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10J a.m., anil 7 p. to
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday p.m.
Sabbath School. 3. p.m. 1.. W. Stlllwell,
Superintendent, ltisv. K. L. Thompson,
I HimCII OK THK itKDKKJUllt-IKpljto.
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
evening prayers. 7J p.m.
Sabbath nchool. W a.m.
Hkv. K. Coax, Hector.
rT. PATRICK'S CUUIICH-Nlntb St. and
Public service, Sabbath S:10 and 10) a.m.
cier, 7 p.m.
rabbath School, 3 p.m.
Service every day, S a.m.
Kiev. 1'. .). U'llALLOKAX, Priest.
T. JOSEPH'S CHUHCH.-(0eruin,j cor-
tier of Walnut and Crii'i street".
!, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a, m.
tspcrr, 'I p. ni.
Mm during week iUy, 6 o'clock a. in.
JtEV. C. Hokvmi.s, l'iict.
Ueet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday mormnt; at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath school at 2 o'clock p. in.
HON. Ilegular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A Oo'a book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday,"! p.m. at
I.. W. Stillwell. President.
sKl'OND MlShlONAUV HAl'TIST
1 HL'Hl.U. Corner Sycamore and Forty-
tlict ntreetn. Preaching Sabbath at II
o'clock a. m. anil 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church li connected with the IIIInoL
Association, by tbc l"lm Missionary Hip.
tlel Church ol Cairo.
Ukv. Solomon Leonard. 1'astnr.
AFHICAN METliODLST.-Kourtceutb, be
tween Waluut'and Cedar.
Service!, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sbath School, lj p.m.
C'Um meets at 3 p.m.
etCO.NI) FUEE WILL I1APTIST Flf-
leenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
SerTlcea sabbath. H and 3 p. m.
Hkv. N. Hicks, Pastor.
rrtKE WILL BAPTIST UOMi: MISSION
SAJIUATU SCUOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar streets.
Sabbath School, a.m.
If I Its T FKEE WILL UAJ'TIST CUUKCII
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. S p.m. &7Jp. m.
Hkv. Wm. Kellkv, l'a.tor.
HU.S7 MISSION AllV HAl'TIST CUUHCIl.
4'idar, between Ninth and Tenth SW.
ITcachiug rabbath, 10J a.m. and 7J p.m.
l'rajer mvotlnir, Vilne.dy evenlug.
reaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m. John Vanllaxler
aud Man Stciiheu,SuperluU-udi-ula.
Hkv. T. J. Siioitts, l'a-tor.
SECOND HAl'TIST CIIUHCH-Kourtecuth
Street, between Cedar and Waluuu The
only liaptlst church recoguled by the A--
Sen-Ice, Sabbath, U a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Hkv. J a cob Hhadi.kv, Kl.ltr.
IAUIO COMMANUEHY, No. IS-r-tod
Atmbly at the Afylum Masonic Mall, tlrt
and thlnl Mnndayi In each month.
0AIKO COUNCIL, No. 24.-HeguUr Couvt..
(ft a'Jon at Mawnlc Hall, Uie feeoud Iriday
each inonlh. .....
l?AUt() CHAPTKH No. 71.-Hegular Con
vocation at Masonlu Hall, on the third
Tuerday ol every month.
jAIHO xODOK, So. 'J-T, P..V A. M.-Hegu.
lar (Ximmunlcatlonn at Masonic Hall, the
icuml and fourth JIondayKofench month.
AI.KXANUKH LOIJOK, W4Meut- tn Odd.
Kellown' Hall, In Artcr' bulldln!;. cverj
Thurduy evening at 8 o'clock.
Uovcrnor John L. Uevcrldgc.
secretary or Stato George II. Harlow.
Auditor of SUto O. B. Llpplucott.
SUtu Trcanurer Cifpur lt- . ,,
Attorney Ouneral Jamen K. Ldvill.
Scnatorn-HUhard J. Oglerby and John A.
'''jfeprcscntatlve Eighteenth DUtrtct-l-acc
MEM1IEHS QENKHAL ASSEM11LY.
HcpresenUllvt" In the ffltlt dl-trlit.--John
H. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma aud Math
w.l. lnscori'. ,aii u ,...,
titnator mr mo oom uimro. uot n ..
D. J. liaker, of Alexander.
Stalo's Attorney-l'tttrlck 11. I'ope.
Clerk-H. S. Yocum.
Shcrlff-A. II. Irvln.
TVw. Martin Astewor and Treasurer.
Judge- F. Hross.
Aoclatea J, E. McCrltc and S. Marchll
Qon. ;ierk Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Uossman.
Mayor .John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham,
Comptroller E. H. KallU.
Attornoy 11. W auon ebb.
l'olice MaglKtrateH 1 Ilross aud .1. J.
Street ComiuUsloncr I). .1. tlalllgau.
Ilcaltli Olllcer W. Wootun.
Mombcrs l'ollco lorce A. Cain urgent,
K. Whltcainp, l'hilllp Helm, Chas. Midiner
md 1'. A. Conant.
noAUK op aliikkmkn.
Flret ward-Hiram UUby ami .1, M.
' socind ward-Uermim Moycm aud Wooil
fltttenlioue. . .,
Third ward-Jobu McKwon ami l . Korn.
mVoMth ward-C. V. NelUt and M. .1.
"nnh'wa'rd-Juo. U. Hoblnson and Win.
HAM W I L 8 O N ,
I'HOVIHIOMBI H T U,
UAiao, I LI
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
fho S.lnt Clifirlo l well and widely known
II 1 1 1 2 1 r r " tn. .cliff
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
rWXte h.snocompetior.n Cairo, and ,k, n.Ve
rurl?tLl?!nLChTMy lWlv V?'1 '",,"l :l"tuiitlal manner of brick and Ir.vn. Is
iibi ri. rt .-il'c.'B,'t,-cl'l'.ve r t-cinctit and attic, has n irontage ol l'Ofectoii tho
. -mcr' 'f ,c,i't.on !ecol,,1 yeet aJ wine lor culinary purpoc :1s In tliorotiVli t pair
! . c",n1!'",ly "01,n,'"':'ie iWt gutHs. la now doing a I m pay W "l u. no T w j K'h
i". li'8.1', "'"ta.e.I dur ng tho prc-et year by the new rallroa is now bil Z "l.i lit I nlo
Cairo, and Wlioe dciiots Wl be In e oik i.mv m ti- i,. ih ,nI... 11111
l'ajtles wlshlna toiiigagfln tho hotel lulne. Iiuvn now nil exr.-llont om.ortunltY t-
In";!!"- "Ard'!:am' lt"' rM,ll iermCaT":'. eaV'-O'
Or 0. V. COCUUAN,
44 l'erdldo Street, New Drlean-.
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
OX AND AFTER
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As I am dotcr!uii.eJ loiioic out my prisienl tutiries. soon MpoisiMe.
X. It. TO AVOri) ALL MISTAKES 11KRKAFTEK, THIS TOt.'K
WILL HE SOLD STKIt'TLV FOE CAH1.
K. 11 0 U N N IN G li A M .
Jul 5, l&i.l
C O V V E R A S
15 R U Al
C A R 11 O L A T E O I' L
P 15 R AI ANGA
C A R 1J O L. 1 C ACID VO W D E R ,
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
J' O W DEHE D CHARCOAL.
.'FOB SA.Ii33 -A.T LOV PEICE9
CORNKU WASfllNOTON AVENl'E A.N I) EU1HTH STHEET.
Him beou befnro tJio Ajnericnn pulillo
QWll TIIIIU'Y yoaw. Tt hn never
yet tiUca to yivo porii'ct oatlsf.ic'iiHi, ntnl
Las justly Locn styled tho pmace for all
nxtcmul Younda, CuU, llurna, B wolllngs,
Umiiw, llnilKa, (to., iVo., for Man and
Ttmi. family should to a alub day
r f sUal
a the leading and
Care of Ticknor O., ST. LOT IS.
O C XL L O K A L U Al
I M E ,
N A T E O F V 0 T A S 11,
v.'it'iout tlilj Liniment. Tho money Txh
fuuilui unli'M llio I 'tjJcirnt U ua rejiro-
souteil. Ho euro nnJ rot tho ueuuha
SI1..TCAX JIUSTANU LTNIMUNT.
Bold by all DrufijUts and Country Htores,1
at 250., 60o. and jk.t Bottlv, lttw
stylo, also of bottle. f ' 1
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
DETAILS OK Tin: C1IIUACO
AND ALTON RAILWAY
A YOUN6 TiAUY 1MIOM TKXAS
WLNS HIGH 1'UAlSi-:, I-OH
HEJi ATTUNTIOX TO
THE WO I X DEI).
1IAJ. SMITH AXDMK. EJ-EfHV
HIE IX CHICAGO OF
Til EI It WOUNDS.
THK V A WASSETT INVESTIOA
a m i5.mth1s .man i'oi.'ni) dead
with his face eaten
A WAV HY l'.AT.S
y&H Til K KVILHOAI) WKUK.
Sl-msarc'-f'. August 18. 1'ai.engon
bo 111-fated train and who
camo down last ni''11 r'om ohIcsB" tMv
that until the arrival "f rMtt Ual" 1,1
obarg of Superintend -M,,Mullln.
ovrytblng thai wa dona to rtlca!0 from
tL wroclc'anJ alieviato Die )ruritJi'1
of th.i Koald'id victim', had to be u ''S'i S
uiiinjured pasieuger. Tho conduc Ci
thny tay.Ieft tho wrock beforo a jingle por-
on wai oxtricated.and went to Lenient
to telegraph to tho ;perlntnil-nt, whilu
the piuongor" carriotl tbu
Wof .SUED AND llYI'l
From tho w reck, and with jiieh Rpplimcej
ai they had, mlnittered to llitlr vinf.
tearing up tbo pillow cucn fromtho s.evp-ing-curs
for bandaso, and iiuprovidi g
bed for tbem. Two phyiiclanB camo
from Letnontsoon after tho collision oc
curred, but it li ald thoy brought nothing
in tho way ol medicine or iu.trumcnts
with tbem. and wore, ttii-roforu. or llltlo
Daughter or the editor or a Houston,
Tcves, paper, who was with her fathur on
tho train, i ipokcn uf in tho bigbcit
torim of praiio for noblo atluntioua to tho
wounded, whofo condition was to horriblo
ai to cause tho stouteH heart to grow sick
uml full. Whon tho reliof train from Chi
cagourrivod it brought ovorything neces
tary for tho comfort of tho poor vlctiim,
foveral uf whom, however, had by tbU
I. .IN li IthLIKF I.N DEATH.
.Some of tho pa.'ungert etato it was 2. SO
k.iii. baforo tho rolief train arrived, and
ono gontlrraan assorted it wm 3 a. in Tho
greatest intoroit is felt boro in tho condi
tion of Ala). Smith and Mr. Flcuory, wbo
woro old citizens of this city, and this en
tire public lharu in tho griof of tho faini
llf.4 of Capt. Littlo ami young Divulbllrj.
MA.I. SHI Til AM) Mil M.KUnV DEAD.
Ciiicaoo, August 1 ilaj. .1. "W.
Smith and Mr. J. W. Floury ofSprlnKllold,
Illlnoii, victims of tho Chicago and Alton
railroad casualty, diod this morning at tho
Wet side ltriggi House.
INQUElTOX THK VICTIMi.
Ciiii:aoo, August 13 Coroner Ste
phens has commenced Inquest on thu vic
tims of tho disaster at Lomont. Tbo
agent at that placo testiQod ho strongly
proleslod againt the freight train passing
forward, and notiflod the train dispatcher
nt H'.oouiingtoQ that a slaughter was im
pending. Tbo number of deaths from tho
accident has roncbed IK Tho managers
of tho road havo causod tbo arrest of .1 no.
Ilulllnburg, tho froight engineer, and
olHcors hero havo boon sent to Jollot for
Kdward Jlean, tho conductor.
Wamii.voton, August IP. Thu Wa
wassett steamboat Investigation wa ra
mined this morning. Tho testimony whi
to tho effijct that no particular person or
otllcor of tho ship was engaged in control
ing thu lifo boats, possession having been
taken by tbo pasisengurs in such Inrgu
numbers as to render tbem uiolcis. The
otllcors engaged on tho foro part or tho
boat woro actlvoly omployod in trying to
save tho boat and passengers, but thuy
were unablo to pass aft owinu to dnno
volumes ol smoke and llumo.
Additional ti'ltlmony taken to-day at
tho investigation into tho I'auin nf tbo
WnMakfietl disaster, showed that Nash
thu engineer, had taken charge of tho bar
during tho temporary absouco of tho bar
koupur, and hud beou serving out liquor.
A samploof thu oil used on tli boat win
taken tor uiipiictlou.
Detroit, August 18. A lire it llatt'o
Uioek this afternoon destroyed tho win
dow shado factory of T. W. Caw i: Co ,
togotbor with sevor! womlen buildings
owned by M. .1. Gregory, and n row of
shod bidouging to X. Shepard. Lots
$20,000; no Insurancu.
AlKMfiiis, August U. Frank Carrol,
fted 50, im found doad in bi room ovur
121 Main. street, last night. Ho bad died
front an epileptic fit, aud bis body had lain
whoro ho fell for two days, and tho rat
bad eaten off a portion of bis fco.
S C D HEX DISAl'l' E A U A NO E
N. Y. 1 1 EH A LD COH-HESl'ONDENT.
l-'KAHS THAT HE HAS HE EN
For LEV DEALT WITH.
A KANSAS .MAX MEIIDEHS HIS
AND TWO CHI L.
l'ATAL AFFIIAV AT SALT
KF.NTWOltY MAN UOT
TIIKOFOU THK HEAUT.
id UK OF A COX VICT IN
I ' R S StiYLVASl A .IAIL.
MAN KICKKI) TO OKATIl
keaiis ok roni. l'l.A v.
Lot Iivili.k, August 18. A man named
Lard, said to be travelling correspondent
of tbo Now York Herald, has disappeared
since Tuosday last, and foars of foul play
aro entortaind. Lord loft Shelbyville,
Kentucky, that day for tho purposs of
visiting Eminence fair. Tho borso ho wa
riding was found the noxt day near Shol
byvile, rldeilcsi. Lord loft his trunk and
otbor iitticlo at Shilbyvillo. and no possi
ble causo cm bs ansignod for his disap
pearance. Hn bad confldcreaWn mony
on hit person.
Ol'TRAOKOlS MI K11KK,
Fr.Scoxr, Kansas, August 16. A spo
cial to tbo Monitor from Pwinn spring,
Linn county, says a horrible murder was
perpetrated nrar that placa last night,
v. nun named Kollor killed bis wife, her
t and his two chlldroo, piled their
mjjoc tho tljor, covorou them up
And then sot nro to the heap,
krrestod this morning end
tullr nf lvtfblni Mm
then was, tronb ltcnpntu.
AIJCIETCn , . ,
S.lt Lake Cn v, H
aU-ray this morning ll.)r.J,W,n -Maj.'a,
a rough character, better V cn on 11)8
1'aciUii ccait us "Hlg lieu," nhot l,r"b
ably mortally WHundod D. W s.'iTni,
ktouu.kMiMir, thu bull from bit ro 'v,'r
passed through tho latter Maynara u
under urresl. It is alleged he U lived as a
nil tnfnrrnwr TherO li milch
feeling over the ovent, as (Jranr 1. oulet
and peaceful citizen. .Mure trouble Is ex
poctod. A llfllr.IlKr. AT I.AIKIK.
A I. n an v, August la. Xo cluo to tho
wboreabuuts of the murdornr Lowonstcin
has yet been secured. Mrs. AVcston in
slsts tho report of her complicity with
him aro false, and proonts cvidonco of
her innocenco. She oxcltoi much sympa
thy as sho Bays last Monday she impeded
ho had murdered or robbed her husband,
ns Lowonstcin returned with
plenty of tuonoy and two pistols,
and ehfl went to Urookly station-house to
try to havo him arrested for tho robbing of
W(.tnn but failed, and that sho want
to l'hiladolpbia and for two days walked
tbo itreots in a rain storm with hr babo
In her arms looking for her husband.
Both Mri. Wei ton and Mrs, Lawonstoln
wero sent to a hotel whi'rn they will bo
boarded for tbo present.
the nkoko mor at (iue.v.uu,
Memi'HIs, Tennessee, August 18.
Tbo threatened riot at Grenada, Missis
sippi, on Saturday evening, caused by a
drunken negro, onded in tho oegrocs, who
attouded a convention for tbo nttomptod
roleaso of tbo obstreperous leader, scat
tering for their homes on bearing that
armed bodios of men wero coming from
KICKED 10 IlEAHI.
Xew Yokk, August 18. John Mc
Laughlin, keopcr of a soda-water foun
tain at Staten Island furry, and John
Lyons, flroman of a Liverpool steamor,
fought this morning In a liquor saloon nt
.'13 Washington street, and McLaughlin
was kicked to death. Lyons escaped.
BIIOT TlIllOL'rilt THE UEAUT.
KVAK8VU.I.K,' August 18. An outrage,
out assassination nt Hendeson, Kontucky,
o?curd last night at half-past eight. Ed
ward Gtllnlian was sitting on the stops of
tho l'rosbyturian church, whon an mr
kuowu person shot him dead, the ball
passing directly through his heart. Xo
traces uf tho murdoror,
NOT YET CAl'OHT.
Tho partios who burned tho nogro, Dan
Calhoun, to doath lu Dyor county recent
ly, havo not been arrested. Two of them
loft thu country, mid Vaugn, tho remain
ing one, will surrundur himself, It Is taid.
Dayton, August 18, Jno, Foistur, who
was shot Friday aftornoon by Thos.
Smith, still lingers, but can't recover.
Smith was roaloasod on $10,00).
Bt'iciuE or a coavtor,
1'Hii.ADKi.ruiA, Augut 18. IVrry
llas,cunvictod of the murder nf Oher
durf two years ago, committed sulcido in
tb'i county Jail at Sun bury.
Indian vi'DLis, August 18. Articles of
nsolldatlon of the Michigan railroad j
mpany and the Penlusular railroad com. I
puny were died
with the secretary of
A NEW rl.AN'ET.
Detroit, August 18. I'rof. Watson of
Ann Arbor observatory, tolegraphs to the
Trlbuno as follows "On July 29 I ob
served a star of tho twelfth magnitude,
which on Saturday night last was missing
from the place whoro it then was, but a
littlo to the west 1 taw a star of the ele
ment magnitude, which proves to be a
new planet, and at presedt I supposo It
to bo that soen on July 29. It Is situated
on tho right of Aaccncion 23 hours 3
minute declination 2 dogress 38 minutes,
south, and Is moving slowly to the west,'
I'lTTSiiUKo, August 18. Tho sovonth
annual reunion of the tba army of tho
Cumberland will bo held in l'lUtburg on
the 17th and 13th of September. The
local executive rommittoe has been at
work for some time perfecting arrange
ments, and thorn is overy promise tbo af
fair will bo ono of the largest and most
interesting ever bold. The ivttatloii pro
parod for tno occasion will bo sent to all
membors of the army whose nsiuos and
addross can be obtained, but of course It
will bo understood that avry soldier of
tho army la invited, and will bo welcome.
Wasiiinuton, Auguit 13. Capt, Ches
bolm reports killing three Indians and
capturing tho horses stolon July 13, In
Now Moxico. Corporal Iillllngi was
killed. Indian Agent Thomas reports
from Tulemesla, Xi-w Mexico, tMth ult.i
that on demanding from tho Apaches tho
notorious thiof and murderer cbiof
Sancba, they reluod giving him up,
Tbey took their arms saying thy
were ready to fight rathor than allow the
arrest of Sancbas by tbo agont. The
next day a threatening demonstration oc
curred. Major Price and ft few soldiers
wont to the reservation, but tbo Indians
still acted lu a hostile manner, declining
to give up Sancbas, and nllur hold
ing a short council with l'rlco ar
ranged for another tho noxt ''ay. Tnat
day, bowover, tboy broke up their
camp, took their womon and children
and wont to tho mountain.. Three In
dians wero arrcstod by Price and hold at
hostages for Sancha. (Jen. Popo notities
the department thul troops aro in read!
nt to reinforce Prico if ho nocds them.
Dr Tbo "nM rt'lu"lCll lric,s 10 folio"
to tba reservation
tu Uko aUui to pro
WAsUl.voroN, August 18. Pfohabili
ties For J'ew England northoasterly to
southerly winds, falling baromotcr, rising
tcmporatiiro and areas of rain. For Mid
dle states and Lower Lakes light rains,
followod by rising tomporature and cloar
Ing weather. For South Atlantic state
rising tomporaturo, with areas of rain to
night. For (Julf states continued warm
and partly cloudy weather. For Lower
Ohio nud Central Missouri valley light
winds, partly cloudy or cloar weather.
ForUppur Lake region and Upper Mis
sissippl valloy, light to f rosh eouthorly and
easterly winds, high tuinperaturoixnd gen
erally cloar weather. From Lowor Mich
igan northward threatening weather.
AUSTIN HIUWELL? TRIAL
Loni.o.v, August 18. Austin Bidwoll
aud his confodoraloa in the Dank of Eng.
land forgery case wero arraigned to-day.
Tho counsel for defendants mado au un
successful attompt to secure an adjourn
ment, and the Jury was sworn and tbo caso
formally opened by tho provocating attor
I'anavu, August 18. United Statos
stoamur llunco which left Mozatlln June
14. has not boen hoard from.
OPENING or Till' CAMI'AION.
Cincinnati, August 18. Soniitor Mor
ton will opon tho campaign in Dayton on
Monday noxt for thu Republicans.
Pom land, .Maine, Aucust 18. Tho
prusident passed through hero to-day en
hi way to North Conway.
. - .
St. Louis, August 18 Flour quiot and
Wheal lower; No. 3 rod fall told down
to $1 aol 15, and was bot prlco bid; lor
olovator No. fow samplo lots; selected
No. a sold 31 451 48.
Corn actlvoand unchanged; No. '1 mind
3yl0c spot; 40c seller August.
Uarloy in domand fur good to choice
No. 3 spring UOc.
Hyo in butter demand and lilghcr' N.
Pork unchanged, $10 75I7.
Dry salt meats firm; no ales llanoo
firm; shoulders Ujojllc; clear rib lOJo;
clear I0jllc; hams 14jIOic.
Whiskey advanced, 01c.
Cattlo dull; natlvi .' CO-, butchers
i3 7Cla75; wintered Texan 3(ujl 80,
Hogs tlrm, fi 30 I OS.
M Kill! II is, Annual IS. Cotton tlrm:
i ordinary 11c; good to ordinarn lfei low
I ...t.i.m.... i"t... xrr.i .it, .j. . ......
middllug 1 7 Jc; Mi
com meal dull
iiuuiiiii; ioc receiim
and drooplitir J'.' 70
Corn dull and drooping 28QOO,
Oats quiot and weak 42c.
Hay dull, $1S25.
Bran hoavy $10 60.
liacon Irro. Shoulders tJc. Sides 1M
Pork and lard dull and nominal;
New Orleans, August 18, Flour arm;
XXX 77 60; famllr 10.
Corn rkeelpts literal; yellow 07c; waiu
Oats In fair demand, 44c.
Pork scaroe and Arm; 917 (or old; 91
D S shouldors jr; baaon scare an
Arm; 10c for shoulders; sides llfuj)lic;
Lard scarce; tlerco 8j9c; keg lid.
Whiskey firm; Louisiana 99c; Cla
CiHeo firm, 20Q22Jo.
Louiaviu.ic. August 13. Hirer U
tlonary 4 feet in caual and 2 feet In chute,
will bo rising to-day. The Bod man whea
last heard from was still around at Rltlag
Sun bar with Champion along side of her
helping her get ,ovr. Lawrence yester
day forenoon struck a hidden obstruction
near Lawrenceborg, knocking a hole In
her larboard knuckle about ten lnchis
square. Sho hipped about
18 Inches of water damaainar
the greater portion of the freight In the
hold. Sho nnterud protest here, and aflat
stopping the leak sbe left for Memphis
with the bulk ot her cargo on two bargee.
Tbo bulk of her cargo on deck wal way
freight. one dam aged. Weather clear
and pleasant; mercury not abere li.
Arrived ; Lawrence, Cincinnati; Jobn 8.
Hrantford, Nashville; Charmer, Kvana
vllle; Keystone and barges, Cairo. Dai
parted: Lawrence, Memphis; Charmer,
Evansvlllo; Keystone, Cairo.
St I.otm, Auguat 18. Arrived : Ron
V.oy, Keokuk; Helena, Vicksburij; Katltt
Kountr., Missouri river; Fanniu Lewis,
Cambridge, Departed : Chwur, Mem
phis; Kob Hoy, Keokuk; Piaso, Qulncj
Channel to Cairo is improving by cutting
out. Weather clear and warm. Rivr
Kvanpville, August Id. Clear ill
pleasant. Klver fallen 3 Inches; 6 .'ert la
Caiao. Down: Kvansvllle, Bastrop,
Mary Amont, A'kemas Belle, SilvtrthornJ
Up: ulcxstep, .Morning) Star, uuslnost
MEiiniiB, August IS. Klver about sta
tionary. Weather clear and hot: De
parted: Carrie V. Kount2, Now Orleans;
Julia, Vicksburg; Belle Memphis, St.
Nashville, August 18. Bu.Willo ar
rived lat night and doparted o-lay (or
Cairo. Twonty-nlnc Inches on shoals.
Weather clear and ploasant.
New Orleans, August 18. Arrl?j
John Kyle, St. Loul; Future City and
bargos.St. Louis. No departures, Weathor
cloudy and warm.
ViCKsnunn, August 18. Down: Mary
Allco, Nick Longworth. Up: Paallnis
Carroll. "Wimlhor clear andwam,nd
Uir.HMATt, August 18. teat
and ilalnic. rilved: ty Miller, Saw
Orleans; It. R. Hadson, YheelIng.
J'TTailURO. Vugusi 18 TjWftM -
ternoon 7 fcec cuu iieavy rain all
Vliy Raiiuttal .ataak BaUlw
Hpcla) atl.Dtmo paid lo or Jars nroso lie
boats ntKht or iUt
CAIRO CITY COAL
la preiiar.J to nupplr omwaa.j wild n
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKIW loft at Ualllday Bros, offlot.
....... . .1... . 1 1 K..l.
8t. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tbo Trjo "Montack" will bring ooaj
(onK'Ide to aUiamera at any nour.r
Tn .rl.adld alr
Diok Fow lib, CapUln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
1 p.m For freight opaaaai(o apply on boat or
M . LI.OHT ATt-
II oil t t ),
J.W IIHUs .MAN,
Physician, nurk'eou and acoouoher. OBce,
TwelftU street, boiweeu alnut and Cedar
A. J. ROK, M. D
OiUieoier Thoun Hni.'s (jrocery tort.
No. 131 Coninierclai avonue, corucr Eighth
.trcet. Kesldenco corner WaluOt and
Tn elity-Urst strceU.
DR. JJ. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practloe ot bl profewiot.
with especial reference to the. elevric
treatment ol dlseanet In all the new ana im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female oomplalnta a a.ry
will be lu attendance.
Ottlce, 128 Commercial avenue, up 'turn.
Lymm lllodtfott, defendant, (enotllfd
that on July 21, 1873, Mary M. Blodgett,
complainant, tiled her bill In chaacrr.
In tho Alexander county circuit court, Ub
of Illinois, for divorce, and that said Mail la
now pending In said court. That thereupon
a aumiuout was Issued out of the clerk'
officii ol a!d eourt against von, returnable
ou the fourth Tuesday In July, 1871, ta
term ot ald court, then to be boldsn at last
court-bouso In Cairo, in aald county a4
atato. Dated July iilat, tm
Ukubui aV. TOiTCIaiObrk.
Samuel 1'. Wheeler.