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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
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WAIKO, AUguat SW, IBIS, W.U p.m. j
IhsnnomsUr 76 dsfrcct. ,
Wlad, et, vtloclty 4 allu ps'r hour,
itiiimuu Umumturt Uit !M bourt, 8'J
Minimum tatoDarature. Uit 34 hours, (Ji
Prevailing wind lMt M bourt northeast,
fatal nusobtr of milts traveled during latt
21 lours, 04.
Kdwin Oakland. Observer.
Tu Cairo bnooting Club will pay
$1 78 par dozen for pigeons, delivered
t ibt stora of K. Smyth. Jt Co., corner
Nineteenth street and Commercial avenue.
Wastc d A furnished room with
board for two itenllsuien. Private family
preferred. References rIvu and r
4ilrd Aldrest stating terms.
61 "il," bt. Charles Hotel.
D Arter bit the lirgeit and moit
complete stock uf beiuots, saddles, bridles
and strep good lu the city which be seys
he will sell at bottntn prleet for ceth and
cash only. 8-lU-lm
UKk tor the Cairo, Arkansas and Texa
railroad, stertltig Iroui White A Ureer's
tort, corner ot Sixth ttreet aud Oblo levee,
leave at 8 a.ui.
' 4 p.m.
Arrive lu city at lOa.m
8-s tl John Mkvkkh, Agent.
Ktgular boarders at tbe Kuropean bold,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
tbe rata of 120 per month. .Vlimf
Partita wishing goodi told at auction,
will please bring tbe tame to my auction
room, No. 105 Commarclal avenue, on or
before Tburtday evening of each week,
aa 1 abt.ll tell on Friday of eacb week In-
tleed of Saturday ai heretofore.
Tbe only Deemed auctioneer in the city.
Tib Hahvevt of'IJiatu. It would
tern tbe ueual causes of Infant mortality
art not sufficient- Tbe Innocent onea are
not permitted an even battle with tbe
king of terror. At tbii bot and sultry
season, tbe restlest child, battling with tbe
enemies of bit lire tint lie In wait at every
corner bai, In addition, to encounter an
other deadly f..e Mrs. Window or
some other prisonous tyrup, administered
by the handt ot tome beartlsti nurie, tilly
mother, or Imbecile father. A bott of
Htm might be tared eacb year by giving
Dr, McCabe't Medicated lirandy, which
effectually curet Infantile complaint!
without any deleterlout reiultt. 8-20-'.iw
TO KANSAS AND COLORADO !
1njf tbe aummer aeaaon of 1873,
the aummer aeaaon of 1873, tbe
urf 1'aclfic railroad wilt fell excursion
UckeU Iron 8U Loult to Denver and return,
at very low rate ol fare, and a rare oppor
tunity la thereby otferedor lover of nature
to view the beautlea of Colorado and enjoy
tke delightful acenery and biralth-intMring
climate of the parka of tbe Kooky Moun-
K antes, with Ita broad aud fertile plaint,
la directly on the route, and iv,',,,'r.
ail Uj atker WMtra stales and Tenitortet,
la reached by the Mltaourt I'afluc railroad
asd 1U connection.
Tbe Texas connection of Uil
road la now computed. aud
paasaagert are offered a Drat clatt all-rail
rouUftosa St. Louis to Texas, either over
the Missouri. Kanaka A Tex at K. It., via Se
dan, or over tbe Atlantic A Pacific K. K.,
via VlnlU. Tor mapa, time tablea, Informa
tion aa to ratea, route, Ac. we refer our
rtaderi to 3. 11. Thompaon, Eastern Patte ti
ger Agent, Coluinbue, Uhlo, or E. A. Kord,
Ocntral PaaMDKr Agent, St l-oult,MIou-rt.
Queatioaa will be promptly and cheer-
luuy antwereu i
EMIGRATION TURNING !
CHEAP FARMS IN SOUTH-WEST MO.
Tbe Atlantic A Pail tic Kallroad Company
oflera 1,,000 acre of laud In Central and
ooutbwett Mlaaourl, at from. 3 to 113 per
acre, on aeven year time, with tree trans
portation from .St. Loula to all purchaaer.
Climate, toil, timber, mineral wealth, echoole
cburcbee and law-abiding aocietr Invite
migrant trom all polota to tbi land of frulta
a ad flower. or particular addreaa A.
Tuck, Land Cominlaaioner, St. Loult. Mo.
TJlflUJ. LEMON, BfO.,
Hr FlewtTlRi lot tmm, Cakti k Putry,
With gret care, by a new process, we
xtract from the trut, select Fruxt and
Aromatic, eacb characteristic flavor, and
produce riaionngt oj rare ezemenee.
Ot great ttrtngth and perfect purity,
Ka nnitonou oilt. Eterii flavor at rep-
ruinttd. No deceit each bottle full
meature, JUtding one-half mora than
ethirt purporting to hold tame quantity
Uit them once, will vie no other. Tin
mott dtlicate.dtlicioutjlawrt ever made,
Bo superior to tbe cheup extracts. Ask
for Dr. Price'a Bpeclal Flavorings. Mao
ofactured only by
Drpott, CHICAGO and 8T. LOUIS
Manufacturer i of Dr. J'rtce't Cream
JOHN B. PHLLI8 k SUN,
(Suootttort to Jobs B. Phlllit,)
DKALKR8 IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AQKNTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
joa, TsMTat Street aid Ohio Livei
Tys local markot report will bt found
on the flrtt page.
Til propoaed .Joint eicurtlon f ibu
Cairo and Mound City OJd-r'ellywt bta
been postponed until tbe ruturn of tbe
tbu ttcntner Kckert.
P.iv. Dk Mason ot Clinton, Kentvcky,
will preach at tbe Cbriitlaii church on
Kigbteentb ttrett, on aundny (Augutt 31;
next, at tbe uiual bourt of tervlce, morn
log and (tverno. 8 3t 2t
A i.Ittlk ton of Mrt. UatTney't w.t
turloutly Ir.Jurod ynltjrdi.y, by beliii;
horned by a vicioui cow. It will be tome
time before tbe lad will be ablu to til
down with eaif.
Mks IUuua.n tHiit to our ultico yoltor
day tbu larott baltain apple, or blttur cu
cumber, uver lalted In tliit lectinii of
country. It It a beautiful tpvciuien,
nearly a foot in length, and of a deep or
11. J Cvsuirr, committlon inurcliatit,
No. 17, Klgbtb ttrevt, on mid alter tbe lit
of September will tell good for rath
only, lie meant huilneit in thir, and
bopet hit tr tviiii and cuiloincri will m.t
aik fur credit. 6-U0-.1t.
Wa.ntkd Two good iirlt to go with a
family to Denver. If they will hire for a
ttated time, go.l waes will bu paid thctn
end tbelr travelling cxpemet borne to
Denver. Apply to Mrs D. IIuku.
& .27-3t Seventh street.
Attkntio.v it directed to the card of
K J. CunditT In another column of The
Bulletin. Mr. CunditT hat been In
buiineit In Cairo for a number of veart,
and there it net in the citv a man more
tdely or favorably known throughout
the Suth and Welt.
Tlir. funeral of tbe lamented frank M.
Uundlity wat largely attended vottorday
evening. Tbe IliliHrnian tiro company,
of which he wai a iiiember, and the P.oui;bt
were out in force and in uniform. The
.Silver Cornet band led the procenlon, and
the wailing muilc a lament for the dead
who died to early in life fell like a thower
upon many beartt and brought to many
an eye tbe tear of torrow. The rurnaint
were latt flight takjn to Olney, llllnoia,
Jaues Smitu, a guntleman from the
country, one of the molt aitute l'.allcal
poHliclant of the county, and of courte a
vary warm friend of Mr. P. II. Pope, wat
in the city yetterday to mperintend tbe
hanging of Campbell. Mr. Smith bat
had much experience in hanging and once
believed he blmtelf would uct the principal
part In an affair ot tbe kind, but we need
tcarcely tiy be did not. Tbote who know
bim alio know bit team of boriei. Thev
are intelligent hortea and be ofteu com
munes with them. About C o'clock last
night In front of the Bulletin Ornci
u.. ..i ui. I.. coVunaUuo with the
membert of hit team.
Bob," nid he Bob it une of bit hor-
let; "wlua! I want to talk to you.
Stall 1 go baaiu.ui- ui t at drunk at 1 can
gef The bone didn't reply , but Jamet
didn't go l-QOie. He tayt the calabooie
it a d d bkrd place to ldge in. Hit team
at midnight atked for lodging! at Carle't
ttable, and lotb tbe hortut unite In laying
they were aver treated better in tbeir
Tu eke oon. to have been a tligbt mil
undemanding between Mr. J. J. Bird
tbe color od police magittratu of tbii city,
and hit hicullency tloy. John L. Bever
Uge. Mr Bird, on latt Wedoetday, went
In tearcb of tbu governor to obtain a few
dayt longer leate of life for Campbell,
Who vat hung yetterday lie did not
Bud the governor lu SpringUeld aud went
in tearcb of bim tu .loliet, which place be
reached Tburtday. Yetterday morning
we rtnolvea a telegram from Mr. Bird,
dated at Dwigbt, 'J9lh Inst, it wat tent
from the Dwigbt office at twenty-one
uiUutea pattb o'clock a. m , and read at
To John U. Oberly.
Campbeil'a teutence reinltod for thirty
dayt. J. J. Bind.
Tbii dltpatch wat received here at Uf.
teen minutet patt i a.m. At twanty
minutet pail 9, Sheriff Irvin received a
telegram from the governor, dated at
Springfield, the 29th intt, It wat teut
from the Springfield office at twenty-throe
minutet after H o clock, two minutet after
Bird's telegram bad been teut trom
Dwigbt, and wai at followt:
To A. II. Irvin, theriff.
I decline to interfere in tbo cats of Wil
liam Campbell. John Li. Be.vKRttK,
The following brochure wat auggetted
by tbefamout Winttou-Uomant Imbrgolio.
All about bow Sbep. ceated to be actuary
for the Mutual Life Iuturanco company,
the whya and the whoreforet, with aundry
other particular! of interest too numerous
to mention, which will be found embalmed
N'USEItY HIIYMKS Poll CHILDREN'S)
hlNO A hOSO OF SIM'V.
.Sing a hjiw ol sixty
Million dollira atoied,
Six and thlity trutteea
All inu board.
When the board wan opened
llo v they Voted "Yes!"
In support uuanimoiilH
01 the wotthy Pren!
Pres. wat in hit office
Counting o'er tbo mouey,
Vice wa with an agent
Looking bland and auuuy !
Waa auditing h's woc,
Along came Ilnanlmoua
And nipped off hit none.
Khep waa an actuary,
Shep, wis a sport,
Khep, came to mv house
To audit a report.
I went to Shen's. bome,
Shep. was on hit yacht,
Shep. was beaten In the raee,
Audit he would not,
Shep, waa growling at his luck,
In bin little bed,
Down came thu board and put
A Uautardon bis head.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1873.
Those of our cltizent who are Inter
eited In tbo improvement of tbo park are
rcquetted to meet at the council chamber,
at 4 o'clock p in., Monday next, to deviio
wayi and meant to improve it.
W. W. Tiiohntox
J. 11. OlIKHLV,
PKIUilTKUL ACCIDKN 1' AT VILLA
ONE MAN RILLED, TWO FA
TALLY A N D T WO SEVEP.E L Y
By tbe caving in of an embankment at
tbe lllluoii Cectral cut, near Villa Kldge,
yetterday, five men, employe! if the Illi
noia Central, were one killed, two fatally
and two teriouily injured Tbo namei ot
tbe wounded men are-fatally injured
Pat'ick Burke and Patrick Boylej
teverely Injured Prank Drum and Jnuiet
O'Coniiell. There it suppoied to be on
man ttlll covered lu tbe embankment, but
wbr.t bit name it we were unable to learn
Mr. Edward Cody, foreman ol tbe
gang of men, wai taken ilck yetterday
morning and compelled to quit work, and
it It tuppoted the men dug too far under
the bank, and a vuttiitie caved in
ilThe meu worn all brought to tbii city and
placed in St. Mary't botpital, excepting
Drum, who li a married man and wai ta
ken to bit own homo. Dr. II. Wardner
wat in attendance on the wounded man.
Jut received at Khler't, Twentieth
ttreet, between Wathlngton avonue and
Poplar ttreel, tbe flneit Krencb calf, pat
ent leather anil Moroocm for gcntl'tmeii'i
wear. A perfect fit and latitfactioti al
lured. Any persont in need of bootl and
thoet thould call ou Khler't, examino hit
ttock of leathert and leave their ordert.
I'rxtovKD. Dr. Dunning bat removed
hit roiideni'D temporarily to thu fncond
cottage east of Scbel'B tall, on Ninth
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FROM NEW YOHK
New Yohk, Auguil John Deery,
tbe billiard expert, it it reported, wat thot
Tueiday evening by a fellow billiardiit.
It teemi Deery railed for tbe payment of
a tmall debt, which wat refuted, lligh
wordt entued, and John buvinit ttruck hit
debtor, at attonUded by 3 ahott, one of
which took effect lu bit arm.
PoL'oiiaaaenir, Au-uiV au. TU4 ,c.c
ond Atlantic expret train on tbe iludtou
River railroad ran into tbe tint tbii morn
ine near Peektvllle. Tbe track"
ttructed and three pertout reported in
TU E NATHAN UL'KbKK.
New Yokk, Auguit -"J. Thu following
facti in reference to Jobu Irvine:, now In
California, who cl&imi to have beon con
nected in the Nathan murder, are obtained
from the chief uf police of Uoboken : Tbe
chief ttatut that on July 'iO, 1370, be ar
retted Irving and Chai. Ourr at 3" Ford in
ttreet, on tbe charge of attempted bur
glary at tbe pawn iloru of Simp
ton ic Co., New York, where tbu
burglart bad dug through the wallt
and hud only one courte of bricks to re
move to gt si the Jewelry vault. They
were alio tuppotud to have robbed the
dry goods ttore of Louder & Co., of lu:ut
which were found in Carr't potietiiou,
aud for which rubbery he li now in Sing
S n g, Irving Wat admitted bail in S .1,000
in tbe drat named burglary, and
forfited bit luruties. A few montht
aflerwardt Irving and fur or five others
committed a burglary lit Brooklyn, when
ho wat thut itnd capture! by a night
watclimuii, but eacapud from Jail by cut
ting through a partition, and lowering
hitniulf to tbu ground. Tie murder uf
Nathan at commit tod on the night of
July 2'J, 1870, and Irving, at will bo teen
above, wua arretted tbu day follow iiii; in
Uoboken, on another charge.
Tbe police authorities of tbii city gay il
it not likuly that they will make any ef
fort to gut poaiessionof Irving, lelf-m-cuted
murderer of Nathan, at it it not
curtain hecould bo convicted of any crime,
and they do not with to Incur a thoutand
dollara' usalest expenio. Eight weoka
ago the chluf of police of Sun Francisco
telegraphed be had Irving in custody, and
later Iriving himtelf infor.ned Capt. Kon
nedy in a letter, that he would como Im
mediately without the formality of a roij.
uititlon, but the police will do nothing.
They tay Irving had not tho courage to
commit u murder, and add that thoy be
lieve ho makoa confettlon that bo may get
free patiago to New York, where hit wife
and children are living.
THE HODMAN BWt.NDI.K.
New Yoiik, August 2'J. The oxcito
ment regarding tbe deficit in tho Brook
lyn city securities continues. Rodman
wat nut arretted latt li'ght, anil it was
atatod at a lato hour this afternoon that
he whs to ho arrotted at once
Tbe Eagle aayt editorially thnt Rod
man hat, for throe yoart, beon known
defallor. The public funds, as alleged,
were kept in churgo with public monoy.
and to that time bit first apparent de
falcation waa covnrad up. Every nmn
is anxious to narrow thu guilt heru at
much aa poatible, but it it not poniblo to
concentrate it upon Rodman an 1 give
other men who have been close'y
conneetod with him, credit for Intelli
gence of tbe moanett order. It it
rumored that a worthless check for $40,
000 or $50,009, well known in Wall atreet
a; the Van Ssun check, hat found Ita way
iuto tbe vaults of tbe Brooklyn Trust
company, and hat hitherto been accounted
as good at gald.
The measure to be taken by the corpora
tion couniel, It to act In conjunction with
the mayor and nut with city Tremurer
Cortland. Sprauu It to he lucceeded
traltjhtway by the appointment of n man
to bu city tretiurer, It being underituod
.Sprague does not detlru to retain the posi
tion. Some prominent olllcialt are of the
opinion that the arreit of Rodman will
lead to startling diicloHirers.
RAlLHOAll Ul! ISTKR.
1'EKKKtLt., August 3!) An accident
on the Hudson River rallroal near Mont
gomery, resulted in wounding S passen
gers belonging to New York, and William
Hildreth, I'nglueer ot the second Atlantic
otprest. The accident resultud from fail
uro to send a tligmati bick from the first
to thuieconl train. Th.i former had
stopped to tbove a detichu 1 freight out ot
CAlf.xE Of THE AlClllKN'T
The fjllowlng wat the cause of the ac
cident: Thu Atlantic cxprust left AI
bany at 1U u Ml ; another mpruli left at
l-.:!o p.m. They left P.pughktepslo at 4 Hi
and 3:10 respectively, being only twenty
tiiiliutel between them. At the first
rojudud the curve it (topped to pick up a
freight car and cubojte at which time uo
flagman wat tent bark to
warn tho tecond express, which
came sweeping around the curve at a tre
mendous rate, anil dniheil into the first
train. All tbo pattengors agreu in laying
tbu railroad company did everything to
tuppruit the particulars of thu accident.
An Adam! express car was totally
smashed, and a pntsehgur car telescoped
Into a palaco car to completly
its to look like one car. One lady wai
badly burl about thu boiy ar.d partially
icalded ; one gentleman had hit right arm
near the elbow completely broktn oil', and
several other passengers we'e badlv
FROM" ST. LOUIS.
I N N V f T I O AT I O N I E M A N 1 1 K 1) .
St. Louis, August i!!l. For tone days
past a portion of thu city prcs hat beon
making cbarget of violation of tbo law,
olllctal oppression, direliction of duty, etc.,
againt Chief of Police MoDonougl, and
lematiding that tho board of police
commissioners shall mako a thorough In
vcstlgation into bis conduct. Tho most
prominent charge it thai tnmn nlghti ai;n
he ordered the arrest of a woman nimei!
Carnlvan, wife of a hack driver,
for using vulgar and obscone language,
from the window in her house, and di
rected tbn sergeant In charge of tbe sta
tlon where the was takon, not to accept
bail. Mrt. Carnivun wat arbitrary tnd
wat kept st
tiik roe n covins
all night aud released without any chsrgo
being made against ber. Tho case
came up on Wednesday, and Mrs. Carnl
van wat acquitted. This afternoon and
to-night the board of police commission
ers ha lpri In orot erlon itivwctlgnllng
the chiefs action in tho allair,
but nothing has trantDircd
other than leveral witnesses
for ilr. Carnivan were examined, and
vUUr will huva n .nnortll ri It Y I"
fur evidence. It it understood the hoard
have variou charge sgalrnt the chief,
and they will give hit orh':ial action close
scrutiny. It is expected to bo several
days engaged in the inatlir.
1IUKNKU TO DEATH.
Mrs. Louise Korf hmeyer, living at
1,230 Spruce ttreet, was to badly burned
by the explosion of coal oil yetterday that
she died to-Jay. An infant in the urma ol
tbe womun when thu uxplosion occurred,
wat alto terribly burned and has since
Mrt. Mary Swjoney attempted to kin
dle a Uru to-day with coal oil, mid was
literally roasted from head to foot. bo
died in two hours.
THE IKON TIIAlllt.
London, August 2'.l. The Timet has an
editorial, the burthen of which is that one
of tho finest markets Kngland ever pot-
tested it being cloed to her, and hor disas
ters iu.thit direction are not ended. The
United States is 'competing successfully
for tho control of tho iron trade in Can
ada, South America and the West Indies,
That countrv contested for immense ad
vantages, but bus ben ton Kngland in spite
of the-oi. England cannot iitford to be
idle, and sleep away her tlmo and waste
bur money whllo competing with thrifty,
aiivo and intelligent nations, Tho Timos
thinks much of thu blamo should fall on
striken and trades unions.
WAR IN THE Kl.lt I'LANIH.
Lonhon, August Lain advices
from tho Fiji island! are to tho cll'ect that
a rebellion has broken out, and that tho
rebels havo murdered a number of white
A telegram from Liverpool announces
thu loss of tho ship J, K. Lemon, nnd a
portion of her crow.
Washington, August l'robabiltict
-Foi Northwest and Uppor Lakes pres
sure will ducreaiu siignuy, with ini;ii
tomporaturu, light southeasterly to smith-
wustorly winds, and clear or partly cloudy
weathor. For Now Kngland, northern
portion of Middle States and Lower Lako
rogion falling proisuro, tllghtly rising
timporntiiro, light southeasterly winilt
and partly cloudy weather, r rum Mid
dle Atlantio count south westward over
South Atlantic nnd Kattorn dull" etates
continued high barometer, light variable
winds and light rain. For Ohio valley
and Tonnesseo slight cloudiness, with
soiithuttsterly and tuutherly winds, high
temperature on Saturday.
JOHN K. IIA1.K,
Do v Kit, Now Hampshire, August J9.
Jno. P. Halo It rapidly linking, He It
now sightless and voiceless.
A NEW IIHllKIK I'HOJtCT.
PiTTMiirwi, Aug. 29. The bridge com-
mltue of the city council of Plttiburg
held u meeting last evening, and exam
ined a profile and drawing of a proposed
hiw bridge to be constructed from the
point to Carton in South side. The com
mittee recommend the construction of a
bridge, tbe bed to bo SO feet above low
water mark. It will be 000 feet In length,
while the Union bridge, to be constructed
from thu same landing at tbe point to Al
leghany, is to be 40 feet abovu low water
in thu Alleghany.
v n omo iT6in7 ti .
t'tUEUEftU AND WORKUM.
Cincinnati, Auguit Frleberg and
Wurkiim, who were recently expelled
from fiom tbu chamber of commerce for
contempt of itt authorities, hav. mado ap
plication to tbo conrts for a writ of man
damus, requiring the board to rettoru
them tu thu privileges ol meiiiberthlp on
the ground that tbe board neglected to
take any action on tho charge! preferred
agtlntt tlivin, but proceeded lu the ah.
setico of Friebori: and Workum.
and without notice to theui
etulutlont of expultlon.
Kkiv:, Pa, Aug. t!!i. Judge .Umis F.
Wycheof Vancouvor, Washington Ter
ritory, ilit'd of consumption on thu Luku
Shore train this afternoon, Just as it
reached the depot here. Ho waa travel
ing from Jackson, Mississippi, whither
he had gone for his health, to Danville,
New York, hoping to secure benefit from
tho water euro establishment there. He
wat accompanied by hit titter, Mrt.
Thomas, who telegraphed hit family at
Vancouvor of the event.
M' f A M IIO AT KWAMl'EII.
Sllio:vK.poitT, August 29. Tho steamer
Ituutsvllle, with IBU head of cattle,
awarnpod below here Tueday night. Tho
cause of the accident is similar tu the ac
cident of the Ruby. None of tbe cruw
MoNTrr.MEK, Vermont, August 29
Joseph Daniels, n mill operative, thot
Carrie Denman this morning, wbilu in the
work-room, and then killed himself.
Hlaa ntiil Full or Ilu- Klvrre
For it hours endlugap.m., Auguit 2, 1S71!
Hermann ... .
Jellerxou City . .
liuiKu City ...
Loiliivllle .. .
Mnrgautovtu . .
New Orh-ani .
Yankton .. ..
Oberver Signal Service, U.S. A.
Loimi.vii.uk, August 2'J.- ltlviir has
changed but little lu the last 'J I hours.
.Marks showing 6 feet .1 inches in canul,
and :i feet ' inches in chutu. Weather
cool and cloudy. Arrived: Oen. Lytlu,
Cincinnati' Oruy Kaglo, Hunderaon; San
dy, Troy; Wild Duck and barges, St,
Louit; Arlington, Cincinnati; Liberty No.
4, Pomeroyj Jno. S llransford, Cairo.
Departed: (Icn. Lytlo, Cincinnati; drey
Eagle, Henderson; Handy, Troy; Wild
Duck and bargos, Pittburg.
St. Louis, August 28. Arrived: lielu
mi, VickHburg; John Kyle, Now Orleans;
Lady Leo, Shruvoport; F.llinlt, Memphis;
Johnton, Keokuk; Kinney, .Missouri
river. Departed; Johnton, Kuokuk;
Hello Memphis. Falling Weathurcluar
and pleasant; li feet to Cairo. Thu chan
nel It not cutting out us fast as Ilia water
M km I'll is. Aug. 'J9. Thu weather clear
and hot. River declining slowly. De
parted Into hut night: Capital City,
Vickkburg; Lawrunco, Cincinnati,
PiTThUuuo, Aug. 'I'.). lllvur about on a
stand with I feet 8 inches in thu channel.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Kvansvii.i.k, August 2!). Partly clear
and mild. Itiver fallen 2 inches; Up:
llupidan No (loo. Huberts, Quickstep,
Down: .Mary Amuiit, Charmer, Tarascon,
Nkw Ohi.icans, August tit). No arriv
ills or departures. Sultry.
SuiiKVKrouT, August 'J, Fair and very
hot. Itiver full t Inches, Arlv'edi Hello
of Shreveport, St. Louis, No depar
tures. VicKsnuiui. Auguit V.9 Down; lloo
nnd barges, Katiu, Up: 11. C. Yaeger.
Warm mid clour, Klvor falling,
Pirrbiiuiiu, August 23. Hlvar 4 foot 8
inches and rising. Uraiiltu Statu leaves
Nakiiviixk, August 'JD. KWcr ttatlori
ary with 24 Inches on thu shoals. Woath.
ur clear and cooler.
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
ON AND AFTER
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
At I am determined to close out my pretent business as soon atpotsible.
N. H.TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES HKHKAFTKR, THIS STOCK
WILL HKSUltl) STKKJTI.V KOIt CASH.
July 5, 18711.
COl'P E R A S
U R O M
0 A R B O L A T E OF LIM E
PERMANGANATE OF POTASH,
CHLORIDE OF LIME
POWDER E D CHARCOAL
I'O H 3A.-Z.JU A.T X.O-W PRICKS
(JOHNKU WASHINGTON AVKNUK AND KIGHTU STREET.
NO. 7-i- OHIO T-jIisVBJZS
St. Louis, August 'J'J. Flour quiet anil
a gooil iluiiianU lor A A.
Wheat, dull; spring dull; No. 1 fall
i I 0.1; No. 4 red$l W; No :t $1 301 III';
No'.' il Vj, but generally held H fid.
Corn, No 'J mixed excited and higher
with roles at 4(i)4Cji'; Septum bur 4'j
lijc; Uclobor 4U:
Oatt highur; No - oash in Septem
Kyo tlrm; ClflMiac.
Pork quiet and unchangod.
Dry tall meat nominal, Uacon dull
and heavy. Shoulders Ujc. Clear rib lUc
t'luar 10J. Clear, teller, September, 10 Jc.
Whiskp scarce; Wlo.
Mkmi'iiis, August ''.i Cotton; highor
grades scurce and Urin, i;ood ordinary ICt
(j)1Cc; low middling ISc; middling lc;
receipts 1K; shipmuiitH Cr,0; stock 4,0 lu.
Flour quiet; medium $0 &Ufi,S.
Corn meal; nouo oll'ering,
Corn linn ioc.
Datt ipilut aud unchanged.
Hay good, scarce and Ilr in t'.'.!'2Ci.
Kran ilull llfi.
Pojk dull and ilrooninir f 17 GO.
Nkw Oiu.ka.ns, AugiKt '.!'.'. Flour dull;
tilpertlno J I 76; A 5j -. Jft -JWo)6 wi;
X.X i' -5(n0 7&; choicu intra 7m;
gamily 8 hOlO.
Corn supply fair, demand light; white
itraii dull, 8."c.
Hayqiilol; prime 2.1c; choice '.'Ho.
Pork dull; old ?ll 75, new I7 70.
Drlod tail shoulders tcarco, !lc Ha
con dllll,ilj(o)llj(illjo. Hams I4jc.
Lard quiet; liurco .fiC'.'c; keg 10.
Sugar and niolusses, no movimient.
Whiskey highur; Louisiana $1 02; Cin
clnnati $1 0(i.
Ccll'uu steady; ordinary 'JIJc; falr2IJc
'J2c; good 'J'jjc; priuiu i!2l(..,'J2ju.
(J UN BUA h V 110 I) UCK
A N I)
COM MISSION MERCHANT
No. 17 Kioiitii Sr.,
OAIKO AND 1ADU(-:A1I
SI All. Sill AT.
Ttlf HlOilll tfIII"l
Dick Fowukk, Captain
Leaves Cairo DA IL V, (Sunday oxcoitod) at
I ii.iu For freight opasnaxe apply on boat or
to .Iax. Mai.i.ohy, Ag't,
Fine whlto ; single and double X amber
sluglo and double X Canary, best quality ot
manllla, blue letter, etc., etc. 60,000 for
ale, printed at $1 Wtoll M per thoussud,
at the 1IUM.KTIN OKKICK.
O CH LORALUM
sjuatMssMtsuis sisiis rumwAmsilMU
MJJiLKR Jk PARKER,
URN ERA It COMMISSION
KtJK W A KD1NU MstKOHANTd,
DEALERH IN KLOUR, COBW
OalB, Hay, etc.,
AtlKNTrJ fob KAIKBANtt'8 SCALKS
Oblo Lsveu, CAlhO. ILLINOIS.
I). A vans.
(IKNKKAIi COMMISSION MKKOHiNTS
No. 7rl Ohio Lkvkk, Uaiho, liLa.
t'OFFHV, IIAHHISON & CO.,
(Siicceiiior4 to l. Hunt A Hou.)
SI.OIU SJKtlN A .Ml II AT.
No I5:t Oblo Levee, OAIKO, ILU
lK T Kll U U H L,
No. Ml OHIO I.KVBK.
W.M. II. WALKKR CO.,
(Late Walker .t Harry,)
GKNKRAIs COMMISSION MEKCHANTS
foii sai.k or
CoiiNTiir, Wkstkkn and No&Tuaax
Not. 4ft and 47 North Water Ktreft,
attention given to conauro-
Vltr Mllisstil ttaatt MtHMIaur
Mt.b.uil atUatioa mii tuat4ia rioa il
b.i alabt or Jti