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A8CALON LODGE, NO. 61.
. Knlchtfl of I'ythlas, mecti every Fri
day night (it half-pant seven, in Odd
Fellotvs' Hull. .Inn, II Mobsman,
Af.K.YANIlKIl LODOK, NO. Ml.
Independent Order or Odd-rl-lows,
mwts everr Thursday night
i imfr.tiiutHiNi, In their liall an
Commercial nvenuc, Iwtwwn sixth and Seventh
trt, T J lrnTil, N. (I,
CAIRO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. '.. inwfs
in odd-Fellows' Hall on the flrstnnd third
I'ucsda? In every month, at half-piwt seven.
.Ikq. II, ObehLY, O. I'.
a OAiuoi.oi)f)K. su.rn,..r. A a. m.
VTW Hold regular communications InMu
ionic llnll, corner Coiniiif rclal avenue
' '.mil Highlit street, on Ihr wcond and
"ourtli Monday uf ctitli month .
The undersljfned has thl il:ty sold out
lils city Ice busine" to Mcsr. lluse,
Lootnls & Co.
All bills tluo him for ice In the city,
Iroui the 1st of August, will ! collected
by Huso, LooinisA Co.
Thanking the public for the favors they
havo conferred upon hint he boj; n eon
thiiinnec for the latter linn.
The tickets Uucd by him will be re
ceived by Ilife, Looiuis A Co., for lee.
ICaiiio, III., August -J, 175. S-l-1 w
Rnutllnll or Every Irirriitloii
PHIL H. SALT'S.
To the 'lllaeii of f'nlru.
I would Inform tuy many frlcmW. that 1
am still in the auction husluesj, and ready
to attend to all rale that may oiler. My
long experience In this liuMncss need no
comment It In no experiment on my part,
aad partlea entrusting Roods to my care
need not be aft aid, as I am no "i(ulb" or
novice In tho bn.lne.i.
Special atteutlon given to real estate and
out. door pales, ai I have never iulcd uiak
log a tale. I). II a htm an, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth Mrcct and Commercial A v.
IlarX Hag stock envelop at the IIcl
I.MI.V office, $.1 20 per M.
No nittnke About It.
If you wish a good cigar go to Cowpcr
thwalt ii I'hllllpt', 120 Commercial avenue.
A I'lnr Hrllrnrf for Nnle or Knit.
Corner Ilolbrook avenue and Twenty
foutth street. Large yard nud garden (8
lot); plenty of fruit and shrubbery; ijood
table and carriage houic. .Will fell on
very cfy tcrmi. The hou'u contain' ten
roomi. J. II. 1'iiiLLir.'-.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, between
Washlupton nvenuc and Walnut 'treet.
C-l.t-tl. Apply to I)n. Smith.
Ttircc largo and very detirMile family
room, fronting on Die Ohio, at the ft.
Cbirlcs Hotel, can.be hid, with board, at
very rcaonablo ratci during the Summer
month. Abundance of pure air and per
fect vrhtlhtlon. M0-tf.
Morn Koom lor stent.
Tho lower story of the lion v occupied
by William Winter, the artist, on Sixth
street. Enquire of Win. Winter or Dr.
Parker. .Mn. .h;i.t. Davi.
l.oiil llrrbrrt link W1.MI:m:k.
lo unit firr lrr.
lmlloril ol hotel) and boarding bnues
n ill Hud it to their sdtHDtage to call upon
.Mrs. Coleman, Laundrc-.., .o 12 Fourth
street, between Washington and Commer
cial avenues Hotel and boarding-home
wahing,7.iccntperdozcn. Foi piecework
prices are as follow : Single shirt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen 80c; s ock Tic; two col
lars, Be; two handkerchiefs, Sc; vest 'JOe;
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. I.adic' dresses, 2."i to r0c;
(klrtslO to 20c; drawers 10 to l.'c; two
pair hoie 6e; two collar ft to 10c. For la
dles plainclothes i 00 per dozen; lor la
dles line clothen, 91 2.i per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delivered. I'.i
tin lo l.onln llrrhrrl'N for IMI.M:.
First-class room and board at the Ar
llngton House, at 2."i$ per month.
Tho. U. Kli.is, Proprietor.
Notice of noinoviil.
The wcll-knowTi barber shop, corner
Kighth and Commercial, presided ov:r by
tho popular artist, George Stcinhouie, has
removed one door north on Commercial, in
.ho Graud Ucutrul Hotel. The new shop Is-
,arge and commodious, and those wishing
for anything artistic In tho way of fashion
ible hair cutting, smooth knaves, etc., will
Jo well to call at the Grand Central llarbcr
At the Bulletin bindery 18 nitnibcre,
bound In two volumes, full llt mor
roceo; cost $11 ; for ealo at $10.
tiY-XX Woodstock envelopes nt tho
Uullutin office. S3 00 per M.
TUe I'nlou Ilcncvofent Aaiurlution.
The union Uenevolent Aksochtlon wishes
to inform tho public that it was orgau!zed
September lltb, 1871, and begs pardon for
coding out at such a late date; but ow
ing to the hard times wo have been de
layed. We are now happy to anuouueo,
that we have been succcbsful no far, and
ready t any timo for tho acceptance of
members or petitions for the sumo. Time
of mectlog, Friday bofore the tecond Sat
urday in each month. Hall ou Filth street,
between Commercial and Washington av
enue?. II. Tugole, I'rosldent,
V. Adams, Vice-President.
L. W. IlAKnit, Secretary.
It I I'nelenH
to attempt to cleanse n stream while the
fountain Is impure. Dyspepsia, complaints
of the liver and kidneys, eruptions of the
skin, scroluia, headaches, and U dlscasci
arlslug Irom tuyuire blood, are at once
moved by Dr. Walker California Vine
gar Bitters, the great and Infallible purtner
of the blood, and renovator of the system,
It has never been known to fall, provided
the patient bad not delayed using It until
the vitality of Ills ryuteui was too rur gu.
TI'KSDAY, AUOUST 10, 1875.
I.nrnl H'enther Report.
CAII'.0,;iLL.,.Sllglll ', K'i.
Tim. Ham. I Tub. Wind. Vt.. Wr-wnan
7a.tn, rw.it'."' ( 71 ('aim. (' Clinr.
II ' rtn.oili 7 k. 'Ir.
?.im. 'ja.t'wil sp k, t Kalr.
TIIOMAH JONES, Sorst. H. ., U. 3. A.
RillriMil nml Mrniabont Kxriinilon.
I rom the lllnrrlsuurir Chronicle wu
learn that nrraiijfnmcnts are lelii"; made
for an excursion from that plaoi over tho
Cairo A Vlnconne.i railroad to Cairo, and
by steamer to Columbia, Ky., to take
plaeo iKitwecii thU date mid the 10th day
The l.alei Arrltnl.
Jlr. and Mr. Ucorgu K. I.ouusborry,if
thUclty, rejoleo In the presence of n
youthful vUltornt thelrhousu, whows sur
name is l.ouiubcrry, Cliristlnu name as
yet unknown. It can never bo a Master
Maon, being n girl, but the parent are
Immensely pleased with It for that very
Mond.iy, August Otli, le'75, Willlum
Charle.-, uprvd 7 mouths and IS day?, ton
of Frank and Phoebe Kllcr. Funeral
from residence on Cedar, between Eighth
and Ninth streets, Tuesday, August 10th,
at 12:.T0 p.m. Friends and ncqitalntfliicvs
Wood nnil Conl
Wood, $1 per cord 50 cents off lor
caMi. llig Muddy coal by the car load $3
per ton. All goods delivered.
C W. Wiieixuk & Co.
Omen and Vaud. Tenth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington avt-uue-.
Circuit Clerk Vocumhas been confined
to ids bed by an attack of bilious-Intermittent
fever, since Saturday evening,
but Is now, we are pleased to say, Im
proving rapidly, and will probably be
able to bcut In n few days, when he in
tends to take a few weeks ret at Dixon
Springs In Pope county.
Jacob Suttar, who for two weeks past
has been Hiiffering from the wounds re
ceived at the hands of Johu Hutchinson,
dlwl on Sunday afternoon. Ills remains
were taken to Murphy.-boro over the
Cairo & St. Louis road yesterday morn
ing, where they will lx interred. Suttar
leaves a young wife and a little child to
mourn his untimely death.
'nlro Youth on n Lector To nr.
Charles Walters and Charles Carpenter,
two well-known and intelligent young
gentlemen of this city, left on Sunday
night for Mllbtirn, Kentucky, where
they gave n lecture aud concert lx:tor
the iooplc ol that village last night, the
tormer Mellveriug ttie lecture, nml the
latter having thu inuslcnl part of tho en
tertainment under his control.
Yesterday morning about ten o'clock,
three cars on the narrow gauge railroad,
loaned with wood, while bclnif taken
down the Incline, broke- Ioopc from tlie
engine, ran down the track across Wash
ington avenue, and collided with the en
gine attached to thu 10:15 pas?enger train
standing on the track, aud somewhat
damaged her pilot. Iteyond this, no
other damage was done to either the en
gine or cars
The Hon. D. T. I.lnegar left Cairo
yeatcrday afternoon for Chicago, where
ho will remain during the greater part of
.Mr. ltojenwatcr, of the firm of
tJoldateln & Koenwatcr of this city, who
leit Cairo some six weeks ago with n
very severe attack of rheumatism, lias re
turned iu company with his wife to his
home, entirely cured of his ailment.
'I hut laohe-Dpinnrrnt Dtipntcli
A prominent gentleman of La Salle,
Illinois, who has a ou-In-law, daughter
and grandchild residing in this city, nf
tcr reading the UlobeDemocrat's Cairo
dispatch in regard to the perilous condi
tion of this city caused by high water,
wrote Immediately to his son-in-law:
'I fee by the Globc-Dtmocrai that Cairo
is about to bo swept away. Send II
and II homo without uuncccssry de
lay, as wc arc very uneasy as to their
safety." The parents of tho lady were
Immediately set at rest about the matter.
A party of young folks, numbering
nbout eight couple, weixs invited to the
residence of Mr. C. 1$. Woodward ou Fri
day evening, for the purpose of enjoying
for thu last time, for awhile at least, the
society of MUs Laura Uichlsou, of
Cobdcn, who has?, for the past ten days
l)cen visiting trleuds iu thU city. A very
pleasant timo is said lo have been expe
rienced by all who were preoent, aud the
friends ol the young lady wero loth to
part with so Jovial and aecomplUhcd a
The city ratberti.
The city fathtrn will meet iu sol
ium! conclave at thu council chamber
this evening, wheu anotlicr"stlrTing up"
is looked for. Ills Honor, thu mayor,
since tho-last convention of tho alder-
men, having been deleatcd In his pur
pose to behead those two sorely nlllicted
Individuals, Officers Whltcamp aud
Schuster, has been busily engaged In
hunting up evidence of tho actions of tho
two unfortuiirttcH. and tnklmr affidavits
In l'Pffard to the unine. Hu lina. w nrn
informed by one who knows whereof ho
a,,b. !,.,!. ....1 ..!.,
oivun9, uuuiiucu milieu utiueueu iium
ma iiiuurciii, iiiiriii's iimi is "iiiiiinu to
tho point" and wlU make tho very ears of
the two officers wrln. Things will bo
uvciy, nnu uie mayor ami everybody else
oonuectcd with tho city government will , K.jyrno?J1M no Umo to at
i., .t. i.,noB., r ifTt .... .. palter. He vnmu to bo re.
A. large meeting of citizens was held
at 4udgc Bross' office last night, and a
Citizens' Association was organized, by
the election ol the following ofllocrs : Dr.
W. n. Smltii, PreMdenf, P. W. Barclay,
Vice President ; John Q. Harman, Secre
tary and T. B. Elll, Treaurer. Wc
will publish a lull report of the proceed
ings of the meeting to-morrow morning.
.1. Wngley Hill will leave Cairo to-day
lor dncksonvllln and other places, with a
large number of line oil paintings, execu
ted by the well known Cairo artist, J. 11.
Kohcrt?. The paintings nro all land
scapes, nnd are very beautiful and llncly
gotten up. Mr. Roberts' reputation as
an artist Is ton well established for its to
attempt (o eulogize him in the least, nnd
those who arc lucky enough to purchase
any ol the pictures (as Mr. Hill's ptu
po in going to Jacksonville is that ol
making sale of them) cannot fall to make
a good bargain.
A social game of bao ball was played
oifSunday nUernoon between the De
'llance nine of this city and the Chicago
Central club, composed of a number of
young men, residents of Chicago, who
are iu Cairo employed In repainting nnd
repairing the property ol the Illinois
Central railroad company. The former
club l made up of a number of the up
town boys, who are all more or less on
the ball play. The game resulted in a
victory for the Deliaiice club, who cored
20 to the Chicago's 22.
To-morrow the Panic club of Mound
City, who defeated the Comets ot Cairo
Inn struggle some three weeks ago, at
thu former place, will visit Cairo for tho
purpoie of playing the Comets the second
game ol the Kcries, aud the latter boys
are sanguine as all Cairo base ball clubs
are before they enter the contest of mio
I beg leave thus publicly to return
to the citizens of Cairo aud Hickman,
Uy., my heartfelt thanks for their dis
interested kindness manifested In their
endeavors to recover the body of my
good aud affectionate daughter, Eliza
bethdrowned iu the Mississippi river
on the Ulst ult. I desire particularly, iu
this connection, to mention the names ot
Miles W. Parker and A. H. Irvin of
Cairo; 11. It. Dolman, Itobert Dolman,
Joseph Sligler and Peter George, Coro
ner, of Hickman. Although I had offered
a suitable reward for the recover of the
body, these gentleman declined receiving
any compensation for their noble eflorts
In my behalf ; all I can say to them is:
"God bless you,'' aud hoping that you
may never meet with the dire bereave
ment with which I have been alllicted,
I am your friend, J. Q. Stancili..
ui:o, Ills., August 10th, 1875.
Hlckmau Courier please copy.
Henderson Downing and Tom Easley,
a couple of fishermen, whlin on their
way to Mound City in a skiff on Sunday
morning, discovered the body of a negro
woman near what U known as ''Goose
rond." They brought the hotly to
Cairo. Coroner Goman was notified,
and a jury was summoned, who returned
a verdict to the effect tliat the deceased
came to her death by drowning, or by
other means unknown to the jury. The
hotly wn that of n young colored
woman, aged probably 21 or 22 years.
She was dressed In a blue striped dress
and black over-fkirt with red spots, and
had around her neck a string of common
white glass bead, and nlso In her ears a
pair of common imitation coral ear-rings.
There was nothing else on her person by
which she could be Identilicd. There
was a cut over her left eye, caused cither
by a blunt Instrument or by coming In
contact with the drill since the body has
been in the water. The wouud was
probed aud was found to bo only skin
deep and not sufficient to cause her death.
The body, irom Its appearance, had not
been In the water above three or four
days. It Is thought that It could
not have come from a greater distance
than Caledonia or that neighborhood.
A Myatery Cleared Pp.
On Friday about one o'clock, a negro
woman named Ellen Wadklns for some
time past a chambermaid at the Delmon
Ico hotel, but who, on Friday morning,
was discharged by Mr. Harry Walker,
proprietor of the. house, he having de
tected her Iu stealing towels, handker
chiefs, etc., from the rooms of boarders-
went to the livery stable of Mr. Perry
Powers, und asked for a horse aud sad
dle. Upon beiug asked where she wished
to go, she replied, "to her mother's, eight
inues in tnu country." The horse was
given her, and tho woman started out of
the stable, saying sho would return the
next (Saturday) ntternoon; but up to this
time nothing has been seen or heard ot
her. When the horse was given the wo
man, Mr. Powers was not acquainted
with her transactions ut the Delmonlco,
but after learning them, and hearing
that Mr. Walker bad told her that she
need not attempt to work for any family
iu this city, us he would expose her
wherever she went, tho owner of tho
horse has come lo the conclusion that she
made an effort to rldo to Mound City,
and whilo crossing the pond near tho
trestle work of tho Cairo & Vliicenucs
railroad, both hone aud rider were
drowned. Ho says that thu description
given liiui ot the Heater found on Sunday
answers precisely mat ot the woman
Wndklne, und that it whs her body oyer
which Coroner Gossman held tho inuncst
Cairo 4c Vlnl
kisa the slate.
rleuna Yeoman. 1
inaao close col
UO vemor IW8 DCCU appealed
u inu uovernor iiirna n
ft11 fie offlocw to do their
pr wiiiinsr they mav be.
RUI Klu, the Wr4err at Charlea
(at, Mm., le a May .
Itill King, the negro who murdered
Sam Grace, and who was Indicted nt the
April term of the Mississippi county
(Mlisouri) Circuit Court, tried nt an ad
journed term In the month of June
following, convicted of murder In the
first degree, nnd sentenced lo be hung on
the 13th of this mouth, has been given a
stay of execution of Judgment, nnd, it is
probable, will be granted a new trial.
King's attorney, G. X. Hatcher, Iwlug
iu possession of know ledge In regard to
the employing of counsel to prosecute
King, tho summoning of the Jury, and
other matters pertaining to the trial,
prepared a bill of exceptions and pre
sented them to the Hon. W. P. Napton,
one of the Judges of the Supreme Court
of the State of Missouri, who, after nu
examination ol the record, deemed It ex
pedient to take the opinion of the Su
preme Court upon the case, and therefore
awarded a stay of execution until such
opinion could be obtained.
Tho Supreme Court of Missouri docs
not meet till January, and King's lease
of life Is therefore lengthened until that
time at least.
The murder at the time it was com
mitted, created much excitement In
Charleston, the circumstances being
about as follows :
The deceased, Samuel Grace, became
Intimate with the wife of King, and pre
vailed upon her to leave King and take
up her home m ith him, which she did.
This led to a quarrel between the two
men, which ended In King's stabbing
Grace and killing him Instantly.
King made an effort to escape, but was
captured and tried with the above re
sults. Many citizen) of Mississippi county
think and express their belief that
thu Judgment of tho Circuit Court
Is just, while others arc of the
opposite opinion and express their wish
to sec the prhoncr more gently dealt
V c vlsted Charleston on Saturday for
tho purpose of learning what wc could
In regard to the prisoner's case, and
were shown through the Mississippi
county jail, a small but strongly
built structure, by Deputy Sheriff G. C.
Itaudal, who is a clever and courteous
gcntleuiau, as well as a mot efflelent
King's cell was pointed out to us, the
bars thrown back and the prisoner told
to come out. He was, it is said, before
the stay of execution was procured for
him, sullen and obstinate and spent
much of his time in seeming deep
thought- On Saturday, however, he
seemed In tlte best of spirits and con
versed freely about his chances for a new
trial, etc., aud expressed his belief that
another trial would set matters straight
When asked Ids age, he replied that he
did not kuow just how old he was; that
ho was born In Alabama, but that was
about all lie knov about himself. He is
a man about iivu r,t ,.ieVen Inches high.
vi sniiwr uut niry twiHi, mild counte
nance, and wo would suppose, ubout2"
or 28 years of age. He says his character
has heretofore been good-, that he U not
in the habit of quarreling, and, tbat lie is
not given to drink, never having been
under the influence of liquor hut once In
N hat his fate will be remains to le
seen, though many eein to be of the
opinion that his chances are good for
long term ot Imprli-onniont, if nothing
more, provided he is given a new trial.
Delmonlco: C. B. S.Jones, Chatta
nooga; James Irwin, Canton, Miss.: W
J. Howard, Kentucky; Joseph Donchuc,
cw uneans;!5pcneer u. Taylor, Illinois;
E. S. nonius, Canton, 111.
Grand Central : John Porter. St.
Louis; J. Mathcy, Evansville; C. Gard
ner, Commerce, Mo.; G. A. Baum, Ul
lin, 111.; W. M. Bun, Fillmore, Ky.; Da
vid Schoneld, Evansville; Gcorgo O.
Planters' : Charles Ropert nud
lady, Memphis; Frank Mack, St. Louis ;
M. F. Johnson, Jackson, Tenu.; Hermau
Levy, St. Louis; James Long, Paducah;
S. Martlndale, Xashvllle, Tcnn.; Thomas
W. Waguer, Red Bud; J. M. Brown, Pa
ducah; John Tclnser, St. Louis; James
Jaques, St. Louis; William Clepham,
-St. Charles :-E. Walker, Baltimore ;
It. S. Wakeiield, H. S. Hook, Ballard
county, Kentucky; T. G. Sharp and wife;
und T. E. Sharp, Macon. Missouri ; R.
Biekford, Lockport.N. Y.; E. C. Howes,
St. Louis; W. A. Frank, New Albany,
Iudiana ; George T. Hardy, Vicksburg ;
W. M. Callaway, Pittsburg; C. A. Smith,
Milwaukee; Samuel Brown and
family, Greenville, Mississippi ;
Wm. A. Keyser, Tennessee; Mrs. Mc
Knlght, Macon, Miss. ; C. 1J. Wurrcn,
Xcw Orleans; F. 8. Carter, Mound City ;
F. M. Hamilton, Chicago ; K. S. Stcarne.
Cincinnati ; Samuel Mann, New York;
V. B.Pettis, city; S.H. Woodwurd, St.
Louis ; G. W. Miller, Vicksburg; D. J.
Brown, Philadelphia; J. Raum, Gol
condu ; L. Thorns and Granville F. Fos
Look to Ysur Block.
Parties living or owning stock lu the
suburbs of the city are under the im
pression tbat the wine can ruu at largo
without interfering with tho rights of
others. This is a mistake, and I hereby
givo notice to all persona owning stock,
that from and after this date,
If their stock is found run
ning at largo within the corporate
limits of the city of Cnlro, they will bo
prosecuted under tho ordinances. This
dcr does not apply to cows, but par-
ties owning them must havo duo regard
for the rights of others, or they will bo
made amenable to Uio law. The time
has uot yet expired for taxing and muz
zllng dogs, and tho ordinance In relation
thereto will lo enforced.
W. M. WiLLUMK,
8-7-31 City Marshal.
Caiho, III., Monday Evknino,
AtotTST 9, 187G.
The- weather for a few days past tin
been clear, und delightfully cool nnd
pleasant for this seaon of the year. To
day has been exceptionally pleaaut. A
few clouds appeared In tho sky In the
afternoon, but soon cleared away, aud
the day closed clear and pleasant.
Both rivers nro falling steadily at this
point, and if there had been any danger
at all to Cairo from high, water; during
this seaon of floods, or even to the sur
rouudlug country, it would all Im over
Tho market Is, lu most cascs,'t a stand
still; In some for lack of supplies' to till
orders, and In others for lack ol order
to fill. There Is nothing nt all doing In
hay. A few cars of ncV on'ts have come
In, but no sales havo lccn made. There
is some Inquiry lor old oats at high rates,
but none iu market. White and mixed
corn Is wanted, and none coming in.
City mills havo been compelled to shut
down for want of grain. Meal Is a little
scarce, but the market rules quiet and un
changed. The market Is bare of tlour.
Receipts fall lar short ol the demand,
nnd prices are steady ami firm. Butter
Is steady and scarce. No eggs are
coming in. Prices are going up. Other
branches noted below.
J9Our friends should bear iu nihid
that the prices here glveu arc usually for
alcs from first hands in round lots. Iu
tilling orders and fur broken lots It Is nec
essary to eliargo an ndvuuee over these
Receipts arc all taken ou arrival, leav
ing the market bare. Prices arc steady
and tlrm, and transactions would be large
if supplies could be obtained. Wo note
sales of WJO barrels $. 00(7 73 ; 200 bar
rels city $7 00 ; 100 barrels $5 7503 75
200 barrels $i 25; 100 barrels $5 25
7 50; 100 barrels on orders $5 508 00,
There is no demand at all; none comes
lu and none wanted. Wu arc unable to
There is some demand for white for
milling purposes, nlso for mixed to 1111
orders, but there Is none iu market
Prices have a tendency to advance. We
note sales 200 sacks mixed delivered 77c;
1 car white in packs delivered 93c.
There Is a small demand for old oats
nnd none In market. A few cars of the
new crop hvac been received but Und no
buyers at any price. e note sales of
200 sacks old crop ou order 73c; 1 ear in
sacks delivered first hands C5c.
The market is unchanged as to price
Jteccipts nave lallcn off nnd stocks arc
reduced. City meal sells readily as fast
as manufactured. Wo note sales of 150
barrels city sream dried S3 05 ; 400 bar
rels country steam dried $3 50 ; 300 bar
rcls city steam dried $3 GQ(3p 05.
There Js very Httlo offering and but :i
small demand. Prices arc tlrm at $17
IS in car load lots. We note sales ot 1
car in sack delivered $18.
Very little renly choico butter finds Its
way to this market. All that arrives
finds ready sale nt outside quotations.
e note sales of 15 tubs choice Northern
23c; 10 tubs ehotce Southern 22c; 5
raW common 20c; 100 pounds choice
fresh Southern llUnotn 23c ; txwuuU
choice Southern Illinois 20c ; 300 pounds
choice Northern 2Jc; 100 pound extra
choice Northern 25c.
There Is a steady demand for fro-di
eggs and no receipts. All that came in
to-day wero taken at 12Jc. Wc note sales
ol 200 dozen fresh 121c; 100 dozen fresh
The market is easier all round aud bet
ter supplied. Choice old hens find ready
sale, but young chickens are neglected.
Wo noto sales of 2 coops hens, $3 50 ; 30
dozen young, &22 50 ; 0 coops old hens,
$3 60 ; 5 coops young, $1 502 50 ;
coops young, S2 252 00 ; 2 coops old
hens, $3 50.
There is a good demand for pcar nnd
peaches at quotations Apples arc over
stocked aud not wanted at any price.
The demand for lemons Is smal owing to
their high price. Wu note sales ot 30
boxes pears, $1 ; 30 boxes tomatoes, 30c ;
30 boxes peaches, 75c ; 20 boxes apples,
30c ; 5 boxes lemons, $10U ; 25 boxes
There is no change to note lu provis
ions. Hams and shoulders are plenty
and thill. Clear sides And ready sale.
Wo note sales of 1000 pounds choice clear
sides lOJo; 1200 pounds clear sides 12c;
50 barrels mess pork $21.
Correclul Dally by K. M. Stearns, commission
imitliant, Six-Mary ol' tbc Culru llounl ol
Hour, according to gradi..
Corn, mlxitl, uieU
Corn, white, sucked
II run, per ton
Meal, elrara drieil
Ilutter, choice NorUiern
llutter, choice Southern 111...
Chickens, per dozen
Turkeys, per dozen
Applea, choice, ier barrel...
Potatoes, per barrel
OubnK, per barrel -
T Ice Consumer.
The undersigned being convinced that
thu present low price of ico entails a loss
upon tho dealers, hereby agree that on
and after Sunday, August 1st, tho price
ol ico shall be as follows: For 60 pounds
and upwards nt 75 per 100 ; less than
r0 pounds at any ono time, at thu rate of
$1 per 100 pounds.
HfSE, LoOMIri & Co.,
7-!KMf John Spuoat.
A full lis of import u, Koy West and
COWMRTHWAIT ii rHltUlft.
atollf M-a-riMEy Kn-mt Her.
bar I'm. c
Steamer Jim FIk, Paducah.
" Ark. Belle, Evansville.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Stc. Genevieve, St. LouN.
" Vint Shlnklc, Memphis.
To.biiat Jno. Gllmore, St. Louis.
" Greyhound, St. Francis river.
Propeller Alf. Stevens, Obion river.
Manner Jim Fl.sk, Paducah.
Ark. Belle, Evanvlllc.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vicksburg.
" Vint Sllhlkle. Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Bee and Irargc, New Orlcnn.
Grand Lake No. 2, St. l.onl.
" Gen. Anderson. St. LouN.
Jno. Gllmore, St. Louis.
Propi-lkr All. Stevens. S l.uU.
Riven and wr.ATimt.
The river last evening was 41 Icet
10 4-5 Inches on the gauge, having fallen
2 2-5 Inches during the previous IS hours.
The signal office report gives the condi
tion ot the rivers elsewhere at 3 p. m.
yesterday. Unless heavy rains shontd
set lu above, the river will be low enough
to suit any one In a week or two. Ilu.
The Cherokee is due from Cincinnati
for New Orleans.
The Bee had two barges deeply la
den for New Orleans. She received fully
jOO tons here.
5 Wc understand that the Wabash river
was still rising yesterday morning, and
our railroad communication with Vln-
ccnues is still Interrupted.
1 he exceedingly heavy drift, inter
spersed with green corn, grain, Ac. con
tinues to lloat out or the Ohio. Valua
ble cedar logs, iojts and rails lloatcd by
j cstcrday and day lelorc.
The rapid fall of the Mississippi has
caused Captain Dugan to hope that
he will soon be able to raise the A.
J. Baker, sunk at Thebes, and the Eck
crt will no doubt go to her to-morrow or
tiext day. Capt. Dugan Is rapidly re
covering from his bilious nttack, and is
now able to be out
"Wah IJsi'AiiTMexT. IJivr.e itaroiir,
Angut 1). 1S73.
CTATI0X.S. LOW WATER. "'"el!.
FT. I.V. IT. j l.V.
Cuiru - II it Z T
l'lttuburi; 7 n 2 (i
Cincinnati 41 u lo
LoultTlllc i; t ..) to
Xu'hTillc l.l A l
tit. Ixmi '.'1 c 1 r.
Hoys' and Men's llats at bair the usual
price, at O. IIaythorn A Co's.
The partnership between L. I). Thouis
and II. A. Thorns is this day disolved,
II. A. Thorns retiring and L. 1. Thorns
continuing the huslnc".
L. 1. Tiioms,
11. A. Tiioms.
Caiko, Augitit 2, IS7.. 8-5-.t
jasar-XX Amber unit H'liIIe m stock-
on vclopc at the Bulletin oftlre, printed,
S.1 50 and SJ 00 per M.
To Ihe Trndc.
W barrels A Sugar.
40 barrels Urowu Sugar.
Q barrels De CaMro and t'lounarl.'trn
;) usg CoiTce.
IN DIIY (loons.
200 plecCH of .Muslin, price 0 to 10c.
the itbmt' goods will bo sold at the
lowest poii-lblc price.
Alo, 10 liOL'rlieailf ot Uacon aud Shonl
dcrajti.it in, audio tubs of F.xtra Choice
Northern iitilter, for retail trade,
C. O. I'ATIKK ii CO.
l't'ioDs wautlng first-lass Shoes for
small price, should rail on
O. IlAYTIIOKN CO.
A sih cr plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sew
lng Machine, hard (piano) tluish, valued at
& Will be cold at $20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
A So. 9 WilMit Shuttle Se vlng Machine
valued at T5. Will be sold at $15 discount
and ordered direct freni the factory.
A 990 Itcmlngtoa Sowing Machine 130
on" for ca.li. Suitablo for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good term, u Howe
Sewing MacUluo. May be seen at the Com
pany's office, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial. FOR SAI.K.
"I'lcluresmio America" 13 num'jevs
bound in 'i voluinus, full gilt Morocco ;
A style "K," "Clotujh, Warren Ai Co.V
l'arlor Organ, viifht from Iho factory at Dc
trolt. Lht price, 300. Will lie sold for
A new two-homo llumMo wsyou.
For am' of the above articles, apply at
tho Bulletin otUce. L. A. humnbit.
We will close out a lot of Gentlemen's
Cloth Shoes, at very low tlguret.
O. llAYTHOBN Co,
A cottage, Nn.UD Tenth street, between
Washington and Walnut. Apply to Chas,
I.a ne. 8-7-tf
Obitacles to Marriage. ,
Happy relief for youn men from tbc ef
fects of errors and abuses lu early life,
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method ot treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books
and circulars scot Irce, In scaled envelop!.
AddrtSi. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 41
N. Ninth Rtrcctt'Fhlladtlplila, Pa, aai-atl.
tutlon haviog a high rtputatloB for honor
at It conduct and Houonu tUU.
MEAT BARGAINS !
, MEAT lAMAHISi
is 1 am barraittj to death rrea ttatf-
sell mycntlr. stock of clothing at anirn
manse sarrlDce. ,K vValdek,
.lMf. Comer Hlxil, aaJ ohlo Lf VM
PI fBNER at Louis Herbert's,
Now is your timo to secure barg,, t
"'t IIaytiiors Co'h.
Evanivllle, Cairo and Memphla
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducab, Shawneetowu, Evans
ville, Loaiarill. Cincinnati
una Bit way lanainffi.
T!ic unrivalled lile-wlifl frnVr
I. tl. KoWLrn
Km it, Tiiojia"
W IU Imvp Kvanivllllf for t'ulro every MONUAV
Luw Culm evpry IUKjSOA anil miDAY.at
n 'i'CIOCK l. III.
Tlic cli'Kniit sldc-wlicel steamer
ItrM tlrktar a.. . .
win irnveKvninvUlo tor Cnlro every irrs.
ly anil HtlDAY nt t o'rl "k L
W i"!,V?.Tf-C?1r ?v.''ry. w Kt)N E!i 11 ''t S.VT
tltl)A nt o'clock p. m
Tlic flcpHiit el'lc-whccl stennier
mat. Willi am j
Leaves Kvnntvlllu for Cairo t err WEDNES
DAY nml SATUlt ADY at S i.. m.
leaves Cnlro every THL'llsDAY ami SUNDAY
Kacli lioat makes close connection nt Clru
with nrt-:lns steamers for St. LonW, Jttm
iiliiiunil New Orleans, ami nt Kraniivllle uitli
tlic K. A; C. It. It for nil points North and Kast,
ami with tlic liiihlllc Mali steamer for nil
points on the Upper Ohio, Klvlnit through rr
eelnti on freights anil pM'ngera to all mn
I'or further Infumutlon apply to
SOI.. MLVKIt, Vaseenger Axmt.
IIAI.MDAY llltOS., .,.
Or to tl, .1. GUAMMKIt,
Suitcrintenileut ami Gvnerat Freight Agent,
10-3-'.i)-ly . Evansville ImlUua.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ant llcLill Dealers In
Foreign and Domeatio
WI2VK8 OF Alils KMT1N,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSltr. 5-MYTlt ft CO. havo constanUy
a liirge stock of the beat goods lii the mar
ket, ami give especial attention to Ihe nholsaala
rancli of the business.
Tho Undersigned Having Oivon
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ioe
At prices that will Compare Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Devote his atten
tion Entirely to his
Corner XliKtitZx fltreat,
WK. WETZEX.. Pronriator.
ATlttJ.S'rY watch kept night and day for
train and vleamboats.
The bet of accommodations for traBsieflt
guests at Two Dollars ver dav. 3-18-tf
Prioes to suit the Times.
in nniaoAi a wiariiAsi ntir ma sTYkk
Mrs. O. MoLSAN,
OO atWTEffT AT, AJID
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KldUlovas, Uosisry, Worstatti.
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