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ILLINOIS CENTRAL It
1M HUM tsa IkoHMl noa
TO CHICAGO I
hjfcty BHlM til feortoat atotrte
TO ST. XjOTJIS ,
HO CEAlsGK OF OAKS j
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONB CHANGE Or OAHS
OM CAIRO TO
"fl0. .Ji'.Klu Smw Totk.
'Boston and all ro' t.
Bt. Paul and 1I point, north.
also the only direct rotilato
DIoominitOD, Hjirinflrild, I
3ik-Iil.n l, I Salle.
Dubnou. UlOUI CltTi
Omaha and all points Dorthwr.t,
XlMUt Drawing Boom Sloping Car
" On all Night Trains.
Sagga Checked 10 all Important point.
Tot tlckata and information, apply to I. C. K.M
4mI at alroi on board lh tran.il atearner t.
mn Colombo, and Cairo, and at n ptiuulpa
W. P.Johnson, Oan'tPaM. Au't, ChKajo.
a. Miica.il, oau'i. eup't. chlcxo.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
dlASQK OF TIME.
Pawengor trains on tho Illinois Central
chamre timn ti.d.ir. From an
p.m. tolay trains will mn ns lollows .'
Express, dally , ?i,L?M1!'
Mail, except Sunday . .40 p. m.
Kir re n, dally except Sunday.. 2:10 p.m.
J1H, ' " " ..12:W night.
On And after Sunday, May M, an exenr
alon train will bo run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlnccnnes inllroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, as lollows :
JLeare M'd City. Arrive at Cairo.
8 a.m. f:'i' a.m.
4:80 p.m. 4:Mp.m.
teave Cairo, Arrii e at M'd City.
9 a.m. a.m.
8 pjn, ." :30 p.m.
Fare for the round trip, lifty cent?.
CBAJUZ9 O. Woon, Qen'ITIcke: Ac i
RAILKOAD TlilS Z A3.LS.
UAIKO AND VlNCENNSa 3Li.tLSOAE
Train now Icsve Cairo ani KjisiiOer u
Learo Cairo. Leave MoiaJ City.
12 m. 1:45 p.m.
Cius. O. Wood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
Taini on the C. and V. .railroad will run as
-cave Cairo 7:45 a. tn.
" Mound City.. 8:10 "
r : 1 r. p. m. le.
MUViBUU,.,) liOO II. Ill,
' NorrliCity.. 2:2.1 '
" Carml 3)l "
" Mt. Carmcl.. 4:40 "
-TlteVincennea... 6:40 "
rcs, eare Vlnccnnes... 7.-00 a. m.
ML Cannel.. HJ "
" Caiml JM
' NorrliClty..lO:., '
" Eldorado.... 119
" Mound City.. 4:33 p. m. 7:00 a. in. le.
AvrrtveOalro 6:03 -jaa ur.
Connactlng at Vlncennca with the lmll
tnapolli and Vlnceuncs.Ohlo and Mlslsslppi,
and Evanarule and CrawfordsvlUo railroads;
HakuHucimiii me iouisviiie anu .ictv
Albany air line; at Carml with the St. Louis
hi Donueastern ; at rtorru Ulty tie spnng
fleld and Illinois Southeastern ; at Kldoraito
wltli the Shawneetonn branch of the St.
Louli and Southeastern; at Cairo wltii !
Mobile aad Ohio railroad transfer boat, ami
auasera for Memphis itcd ltlver, Vlcks-
i. O. Wooi, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
, Jit., Sup't.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. Sio. Sir., UBSEkVRH's Office,
Cairo, June 3,.lil3, lo-.n p.m. J
Thermometer 70 degrees.
TTI a . . .
Ttmu, jouui, veioolty miles ier
anwuira temperature last 'U hour", at
p. tn., 60 degnea.
Mlnlmtim Umperaturo, last 24 hours, at
a. m., oi aegreei.
rraTaillng wind last U liours, southeast
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
Ed wis Oakland. Observer
Who li Bowlby I
Selling off at cost at Moscovlc' ft-'J If.
The Chamber ol Commerce still in
Allkindi of linens, laces, edgings, mid
trimmings of every variety nt Hurger'c
The butckcrt will not Mrlkc. We may
Jt enjoy the luxury of beet.
Moscovica, Washington avenue, near
Tenth .treet, li teUlng orf at cost. M if.
rarttoli and a large lot ot custom made
boot and shoes are sold cheap at Hurler'.,
Xty. Mr. Thayer and family are about to
take a rommer tour to tho hills of New En
gland. li you want good goods at cost, go loMos
eovlci; Washington avenue, mar Tenth
Tl lebtulneiaofthe poltco conn )Mcr-
u7, wa wi, iaaie nnu unproutablo. No
uaicer earncaui salt.
Burger haaa complete line ot hosiery or
fell l ... ' I
luiim, wu uuracis, collars, curls, etc.. in
Kt. Fred Thomson of this city, is chair
man of thlt Sunday school distnst of mi
soli, and Geo. W. Fisher, Esq., aecretary.
Swlaa muslini, tarletons, French and Ham
burg embrolderle. at Burger's. Great bar
3u. T. Johnson's Garden Htate circus nml
trad animals, will exhibit at M.o.,,,1 n,v
I IO-01T0W (Thuradavl pvi.nl,,,. '
I' bont th ntiW t... , ... .
- wMv iitfii.acieu III Hi i
Bounty court yesterday. wa ti.a
a anu paaiago ora number of bills agaltut
BtuX Laajtut reccia a lull iin nt
u.. Huvus oj everv ili.fi.n
iWbicli will be sold cheaper than the thcii!
Tfc MpeciAKjUtention of the t.oli.,.
jMriMM U UvWed to the c.ublUbmint ol
jht. Brown, m CoBSwrclal avenue, it I.
n great fited of little suppression.
The MOtt boautlAil percales, jtconeu and
tar white dren troodi ever broiu-ht n
'bit mrfcet, can be bought lor exec cdliifiv
The enterprising merchant of Washington
avenue, Mr. Mocovlci, will until the 20th
Inst., dispose or his largo Mock of good",
notions, etc., at cot. Call on Mm lr ) "
want bargains, 0-l-tf
The Hough and Heady. lire company, nt
Iho lucctlng on .Monday night, appointed
Herman Meyers, II. Levy and Sackberger n
committee to solicit from the member" of
tho company contributions In the Weldon
Mocovlcsis selling ott at cost. '"-- H
Hurcer haTHift received and opened a
J large Hock of damasks, napkins, toweling",
etc., etc., all or which will be sold cheaper
1 than they can be bought anywhere cbr In
I ton ii.
New stock nml new stiles ol wallpaper
paint. oll, window glass, etc., etc., at II. F.
Meigs' new store, Washington aonuc aud
Klcvcnth Mrcct. Call nml sco the latest
' styles In wall paper before purchasing rlc
Mr. J.M. Mocovlcsis closing out his en
tire slock of goods at cot. Tlio goods
must be sold, as .Mr. Moscovlcs cxprcs.es n
determination to have his shelves clear and
ready for his successor on the 20th or .lime,
Mr. Win. .Mcllane, editor ol the .Metropo
lis 'Times,' a sprightly paper, was In the
city yesterday, and dropped In upon Tin:
llULLKTlN. A i Mae grow" older he be
comes better lookln
He U uownhmM n I
, comely as we are
Attention Is called to tho medical card nf
lr, llrltniii, buiiit'opathlsl 'physician. Tho
. rfi.,,', .,
i moved into a new iiotiic. would we were
I a doctor, If houses like his grow out of pills
roorllttle dog, get a little taggyon ele
you will bo shot, or our name Is not John.
ThN l tho commencement of n pathetic
canine nurery sone now being set to music
by Mr. Jack Winter, the celebrated com-pOM-r
of tin popular tune: "Now I lay nip
down to sleep.'
I The work of rrtioatlug the city pro
gresses satisfactorily. '1 he mayor ami po
j llco lorcc hesitate no longer. They ran le
niency as far a they could, aud now are I
allowing citirens who do not aat nuisances
' to make their statu meat In explanation ot '
thir OfjVcct to the folk oScers.
A lienor c: etUit n rif cjtl&ed t.y ttl
n;it TriiT iv: -tr wre wanted at
X:rsii CfcT. Tit lt!!- j5 tit Harrivjii
fxxt J 'is t y;or BOIt insanity.
B: g Atitz-Mbt lacctoiuj' js j,
ri-t "t- S- 5- rreatiw tutd to ay, ,
there are two thinjs the Lord teu cannot
predict the fnmre course of the Mississippi
river and theverdlctola petit Jurj-.
We would suggest that some reron .loc
Arnold it e best available man .lmnl.1 1...
3PPo'leJ the city authorities to board I
every steamer arriving at thi port, and a'
certain whether any cholera is on her. And
presently all boats coming Irom below should
be quarantined. Energy without iu-a
great deal ol work without much dl-plnv-each
Is needed at thU time.
Mr. A.J. Aldcn has retired lrom the Gol
j conda 'Herald'. He will remove to thl s city
j and loan a partnership with his brother, a't
No. 100 Ohio levee. Mr. Alden is a gentle
I man of untiring energy and a good uewspa-
per man. That he has acted unwl-ely iu
i abandoning the business we will not day'. It
I not the most pleasant bu.lneta In the
world by along shot, aud commUslon mcr-
clmulbm may be an Improvement upan It.
AIm: how deeply palnlul Is all pav-
mcnt,"Iti what every boy said or should
havo oatd on Monday, collecting day. W
would rather bo :i dog without a
tag aud meet Mcllalc in the
morning than face a dun when we bavn't
h" " luumrj iu jaj iiiiii. nu now can a
poor but houcst jirlnter b expected to iiao
money enough to pay all bills Tilling due.
Would that w o were Modoc Jack or On.
There are only two white, protcMant. En-1
gltsh speaking mlnUtcrs lu Cuiro-holding
regular altuatlons-ltevf. Thayer, l'reshy-
terlan, and Tbomon, Methodist. Win
dou't the people who arc sending ml-.Ion-
uries to iircunland'.s lev mniininin. ..n.i
ludla's coral Mraud, ulve this eltv mu.
slonary twirl or two? Wo ourxelvc are
waiting patiently to be saved. Our wile av
sures us that n little savin- would do u- no
barm at all; but then j.e In prejudiced.
One hundred and twenty-four dogh were
regincrcd up to noon yesterday. The Hr-t
was "Hover," u black hutter, medium size,
owned by A. Cells; the last, "Jack," a
small, black dog with yellow legs, owned
by Andrew Williams. .There nru seven
"Jacks" and live "Fldo." Tho greatest
number of dogs registered by one man Is
three, by Ike Walder "Joe," "John" and
aiSJT-1 a.. 1
-naiscr. i nc nuuor.s ;iave two dogs with
German names, "Hans" and "Vaciip."
A new and bcautifu assortment sir jrrcna
dines are now lor .sale at Hurgtr's. fall and
Ida Wlnsor, who was tl cause of the dlf.
llculty between HarrlTOn and Swoboda,
which resulted In the death or tho latter,
was married on Monday by tho Itev. Mr.
Thayer to a man by the name of Mehner, ol
thin city. This woman, who seems to pos
sesathe ability to fascinate men of a certain
class, H decidedly homely, u really ugly wo
man. She has neither personal nor mental
qualities to recommend her to any person,
and yet she has occasioned the death or one
man by violence, pnt the neck ol another
Intojeopnrdy, and iiillcted matrimony on an
other, A now hotel has been opened In tho largo
house located on the comer ol Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as Drowu's hotel, and proprietorcd
by Mr . Ilrown, whose reputation as a hotel
keeper Is well-known In this city. Tho
homo has been thoroughly renovated and
reruroisticd, and Is iu every way llrst-class. ,
'I'lin ,..1,1,... . -li .... . I
..v. u.u on unlet iiiruisiieii with
the bent the fceason affords, and tho charges
liberal, being only jo per day. Mr.
Brown boIIcIu and deserves ,haro of tho
Woolen Ib a diligent health ofliccr, but be
docs not possess the sclcutlllc kuowledgo
necessary at this time. Cholera results as
often from Impure water us lrom impure air,
and It Is ol the utmost Importance that the
water used In tho city should be pure.
Some persons one or two or more of the
physicians ortho city, should bo railed lu to
the assistance ortho board or health and the
health ofliccr. Tho physicians know what
should bo done and know how It can be
done. It is their business to know; ami we
have no doubt that, If our, prumluent phy
slclans should be consulted by tho city au.
thorltlea constituted au advisory health
board much could be done to aecuro Cairo
lrom tho terrors of tho epidemic now pre
vailing In New Orleans and developing In
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1873
.Mr. .1. M. Moskovics, Uo enterprising
dealer In dry goods, v.islilStu" am,,!
between Ninth nml Tenth streets, oilers his
huge nn.l vnrlcil Mock of goods at c0!t
prices. Illsstorals full of''0 choicest nl
dry goods of c err vni It ty nml miallty, "'' J
the prices ftt Which he l dl''";J
are astonishingly lou. fl" "l,n"
The undersigned vtl.'lif I" Intnrm Hip
Inhabitants of Calm nml vicinity, Hint he I
still engaged In the manufacture of matrn"c,
pillow, and bolsters of every dl-crlptlon,
Springs on all kind of mnttracs renovated
and rcillled. UphoMcrlng nml varnishing
done, also c.irpcts laid and window hhadc.
hung. Old sobs and chair recaled, and
spring mattrasses repaired. Cuhlons fur
church .pews made to order. Abo I keep
constantly on baud mattracs to 111 all
sizes of bcdMeads or lounge". Order- lor
hotels and boarding hoii"C promplly filled,
liv c;uung at u. i . vt iiiiiock v .-on,
of Tenth hlicct and ahlngton avenue.
Orden for work left there to be done wll)
I be promptly nttvmlcd to. Also nt my shop
I opMIte the slaughter honsn mi tho ills-
l"lppl levee. Work done with neatness
! anddl-patch. J. W. Hicks
j ii-1-Ct .Mlllppl lev cc. Cairo lll.
The Hcv. ilr. Sleeper has been In the city
i several days endeavoring to settle tin at I ill
' culty In Itev. Mr. Miorcs' church. The
i Caldwcllltes on Monday night, held meet-
"'K ev. Mr. Caldwell' houe, and by
I I'-uiuuuii ;iiiuiui il'ii ..ii. r'li'i i.ri iu ( .111 iij.-
uu.Mr. liorp", ami prpsent to him the op
portunity to snrrpmler I lie church
building, ".o that we" to use
the langu.it'0 nl tho revilntlon
"may not be driven to diagreeablo and ex
pensive resort to law about II." Mr. Sleeper
wa requested to Interview Mr. Shore", and
have present at tho conversation one or two
of Mr. Shores friend". Mr. Sleeper called
npon us yetcrday, n one ol Mr. Shores'
stnndbys, and relucted our company to the
paonage of that illustrious colored divine ;
but our business was so pressing, wu bad to
forego the pleasure. Mr. SatJord, Mr.
I chores' other particular lriend, being abkent
! from the city, Mr. sk'cpcr went nlone.
j What the result of th Interview wa we
have not learued.
C. A- V. UAlLllOAD-CHANCii: OF TIMi:.
On and after June 4, and until fiuthcr.
notice. cxprc train northea-t will leave
Calroat : a.m. Chan O, Woon.
- 4t (Un'ITicket Ae't
A cabinet orsau, a good a new, and ol
rir-t-cUM maniilacture will be old low ami
on ea-y tenni by applying to
Mr. M. .1. IIewev.
(-'or. Washington Ave. and Fourteenth ,t.
or "le benetlt of the widow of Alexander
Thompson, who was shot on the nlirlii r
i'he festlvnl will be held at the
corner of Eleventh street and Washlnzton
avenue, commencing this evening. All be
nevolent peron are earnestly requeued to
attend aud aid in a good cause.
10,000 DOLI.AS WOHTII.
John Antrim, the chief among Cairo cloth
ing men, hi Ju.-t received an invoice of
hat" to the amount of ten thousand dollars.
All of the latc-t, newest and "nobble.-t"
styles straw, felt, beaver, etc.. etc., to
which he Invites the attention or all who
wear bat. His stock ot ready made cloth
ing Is not excelled outside ol New York city.
It 1 worth a day's tracl to sec bis good'.
Illinois Central I! wi.isoai,
ABKXl's okkick, June. it;:i.
p mih commence telling tlie Ciiic.igo
jubilee excursion tickets on Tuesday, June
for tho 2:10 p.m. train, and will discon
tinue the alc of them niter the departure
ol the midnight train ol Thurday June 5.
rassengcrs by the I. C. railroad, arrive In
Chicago rromi to 0 hour? lu aihamc of any
other route from Cairo. , ,
ws-tf JAiiKn Johnson, Agent.
. NEW l'HOTOCiltAl'U GALLEIIY.
Mr. J. Schlesliigcr,the celebrated photog
rapher of this city, has removed from his
old stand to bis splendid hew gallery on
Eighth street, north side, between Commer
cial and Washington avenue. This new gal
lery far surpasses anything or tho kind that
has heretorore been seen In Cairo. HI
titted up In the best stj le, with the Intention
of doing nothing but perfect work. The
ladles' drawing room isbeautilully furnished,
i aud tho operating room has a i-kj light iin-surpa-scd
by any In the West.
Mr. Schlcslngcr hopes l Is ninny ii icnds, who
have herctotorc given to him their patron
aye, will continue tlidlr favors To them
and the public generally be extends an in
vitation to visit his room", whether desiring
work dono nt pre-cnt or not, satMlud that
tho appearance of bis gallery, the many con
leniences lie has procured Indued, all the
latc-t Improvements in his. art aud tho skill
oran operator or great merit, lately of Lon
don, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will command
their patronage when they snail need work
SOIILESINGKK'S NEW OAl.LKJtY.
Wu yesterday paid a visit to Schleslng
et's new photograph gallery on Eighth
street. Tho proprietor has gone to greut
oxponse to At up a suite ol rooms for the
purposo ol giving the people of Cairo an
easily accosslble and pleasmt place to go
to whon they want to get lifu-liko pictures
orthemsolvo", at as small cost as they CHn
bo procured anywhoro In tho Ve't. A
visit to Schlosingor will convlnco overy
ono that ho has succeeded. The
stairs leading to tho second story
or Louis Horbort's now build
ing on Eighth street aro low and broad
and can lie ascendod with nlmot as much
oaso as walking on the lovel paiement
an item of no small moment to persons
who know the labor of gottlng up one or
two pair of steep and narrow stair.
Tho reception room is handsomely fur
nished and decorated with many lino en
gravings, ell paintings, etc. Mr. Kchlos
Ingor has in this room a largo assortment
of line cases for ambrotypos, and it now
and vory desirable stylo ot Irarues for
photographs. Leading out of tho rocop.
Hon room is a small room with all tho
convonlenclos for washing, re-arrangement
of hair, dress, etc.
No othor gallery In tho city, probably,
has as complnto an hrrangemont for tho
adjustment of the light as that now to bo
seon in Mr. Schleslnger's now gallery.
Immediately under tho skylight aru a sue
cession of frainos covered with sky-bluu
cloth which by a pulley can bo drawn to
lot in n flood of light or turn it down to
any oxtont doilred. 31 r. Hclilesingor will
shortly havo ono ivholo tide of tho room
palntod to represent landscapo sconory,
in ordor to form a beautiful back-ground
for stamllng pictures, of children, etc
ANOTHUU SHOOTING SCUAP
OM. IIOV SHOOTS ANOTIIEII.
Yeslcnlay about noon n negro obtained u
warrant lor tho nrret ol certain parties
who had nsaultcd him on Mondcy night,
aud placed It In tho hands of Olllccr Woolen
to be executed. Tho olllccr accompanied
by the complaining party was going up Com
mercial nvcnue,aml while passing the bagnio
of Mr. ilrown, near tho northeast cor
crol Twclllh street, the negro said ho re
cognized bi asallants In the front room.
Woolen left the negro to
guard the front door while he
made nn attack In Iho rear. The negro
taking a position In tho door soon hrcamc
Involved In a controversy with the mistress
of the house. While the wordy altercation
was going on a pistol was fired at 1dm from
aback loom. The ball missed thcmaik at
which It w as aimed, and struck a boy named
Hilly Moore who was Mamllng In front of
the boue with his b.i.k to tho door.
Luckily the lorcc or the ball w.is spent, and
It only Imllcleda flesh wound near tho
rltrlit siioulder blade. - The boy
rrlghtehed, ran to tho cornel, crying;
"llcuben (a son of Mrs. Ilrown shot me."
Mr. (i. I'. Lyon led the boy to his home and
examined the wound, satisfying himself
that It was not dangcroit". Woolen, when
lie got Into the bouse, loiiml all the Inmate"
exccedlngl) innocent. Neither bad tl red
the pistol nor heard a pl-tolhnt. Not satis
tied with till" denial be arrested a couple ol
the boys John ami Joe and cnnllucd them
in tno calnbu-su, ltcubcn, who was eharged
by the wounded boy, with having tired thu
shot, has not yet been arrested. The prison
ers will be examined bclove '.qilii'p I II a 1
Tho Seldon Irwin Combination were
greeted wi'.h n good house nn their return
last evening, and .Mr. and Mrs. Selden
Irwin recoivcil a most friendly welcome
from the fashlonnblo nudiencc. Tho bill
presented was I.oveU's suldlmo play of
"Love's Sacritlco' the plot of which ap
peared in our issue of yesterday. Tho
Matthow Elmore or Mr. Irwin was finely
conceived and admirably sustained,
and wo must say is ono of tho ,bet or his
many round of characters ; Margaret by
.Mm. Irwin, was femonlno gcntloncsi
worked upon by item iieos"lty, sublimed
by duty and ntlcction. In her rola
tions of daughter iho was all that wa"
lovely, and tho sympathies of all went
with her In hor meditated "sacrifice. ' Her
many admirers accord hor much praise for
the very faithful rendition. Harry I'sln
forth who appeared for two nights during
the last ongag'sment of tho Irwin combi
nation in this city and loft such a favora
ble improision here, appeared as Jean
l'.tiiP, and was happy, humorous, and ell'ect
ive. Mr. Frank Weston, a young and
hanJsome fellow found a congenial part
in St. l.o. Frank G. Cotter at tho vil
lain La Font, was as ho should bo, antm
ing such characters, true to tho text, and
a jewel of a wretch, iliss Marie Louise
as tho dashing young Hermenio was ex
cellent and not only captivated the meek
St. Lo but other young men in th audi
torium. Miss l'&ker made a pretty Eugono
do Lormo and acted with spirit. Mr. W.
A. l'aul at tho sombro Eriar Dominie wa
very good. AVo congratulate Mr. Irwin
on having eo excellent a company and
hope that tho citizens will give him the
support ho so justly deserves. This oven
ing will bo presented the comedy of -Miriam's
Crime, and Cousin .loo's A'lslt.
-Mr. and Mrs. Irwin and tho Inlniitnblo
Ksinforth appearing in both piece"
JIA kIuson'S tJu A I..
EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES
FOK THE DKFEN.SK.
TIIK TESTIMONY" ALL IN THE
CO NS Eh A IIC, U K TH K CASK.
Tho fifth day of the llarriion murder
trial has passed and tho end ha not come
Tho greater part of tho day yesterday
was exhausted in tho examination of wit
nesses for tho defense, and it was not un
til lute In tho afternoon that tho argument
of the merits of tho caso was commenced
S. 1'. Wheeler, Esq., opened tho argu.
ment for the pcoplo in speech of n llttlo
over an hour s duration. Ho was followod
by M. M. Wilson, Esq., ol Cincinnati, for
tho defense, who spoke three-fourth of an
hour. At tho conclusion of Mr. "Wilson's
argument, Judgo Smith, eounty attorney
for l'ulaski county, addressed the jury in
a short speech, after which court adjourned
until H.; o'clock this morning.
Harrison is evidontly ihuch disap
pointed at tho failure of .Major iilackhurn
to bo present and assist In Ills defense
During tho entirn day yesterday he spoke
to hardly any ono except his attorneys
and ono or two Intimate personal friends,
lludoos not seem to feel at all at easo; and
at tjmos, ho would tap his foot on tbo lloor
in a nervous find impatient mannor. At
othor times ho was noticed to sit with his
eyes fixed upon eoino ono object for full
half nn hour at a time, as if in deep
thought. And, indeed, hu may woll fool
that his caso is a hopoloss one, for if not
found guilty and sontenced to bo hanged,
ho it suro to ho scut to tho penitentiary
for a long numbor of years.
. r.VIDKNCK FOR DKFKNCB.
Court assomblcd at nine o'clock,
Witnesses for tbo dofenso Harry Walk
er, Tnos. J. l'arkor, Mr, Honry "Wintor.
Henry "Winter testified I am ac
quainted with Harrison ; know Swoboda
daring his life; havo known Harrison in
tbo neighborhood or thirtoen years : I on-
gaged him in Cincinnati in tho summor of
1801, and ho has been in my omploy, off
and on, over Binco; first acted as dining-
room boy for me until I sold out to my
brother; ho returned to my employ about
throo yoars ago, and was engagod as bar
tender in my saloon, tho Delmonlco, cor
ner Seventh stroot and Commercial nvo
uuo,, ho also had an Interest In tho bull
fioss. l remember tho occurronco of tho
doath of Swoboda j Harrison was tending
I'M at the Dolmonlco saloon at the tlmo;
never noticed that ho drank much
until atom Christmas, 1871 1 after
the "lection ho was
tick, from what 1 supposed to bo the ex
citement of tho election and strong drink j
election was In the latter part of Fohuraryj
noticed his conduct whon he was taken
down alck; would speak to him about
something noeded about tho saloon, and
when I would como In again would find It
wodld not be done; there was a kind ol
forgftfulnoss about hlmj also notlcod
about hi meals ; some times ho did not go
to his meals; used to talk to him about
drinking and ho denleJ that he drank ; 1
kept a watch of him and saw that ho was
drinking continually, although ho would
dony It ,o was nervous, lrom drinking
and eating and running about at nights;
ho was In the habit of laying down in thu
afternoons, and would not be
thcro but a fow mintitos until
ho would bo ilmvn mtaln when asked
about it ho would say hu could not sloop,
it was not long aftor I noticed his conduct
till ho wns takondowni Id "lf called
trio down to their room, and when I got
there ho was In bod; asked him what was
tho matter with him; he said nothing; I
told him there must bo somothlng or be
would not act so; he said thoy were after
him; I asked him who was Hller him ; ho
said thoy woro and "d d it he wouldn't
give it to them ," 1 called Dr. Smith to
attend him ; the doctor called sis or eight
times; 1 found him onco In tho street
with nothing on but an undershirt; it was
on bovonth street little above tho block ;
generally along about day light theso
spoils came on him; one day
nothing would satisfy him but that
1 must go and get .Mr. Walker
for him i ho said they wero trying to kill
him; I called and got Walkor; ho did not
stato who it was that was aftor him ;
tllP'O pll wnra a iviillniiil thlnij.o long
as ho was under tho Doctor's bands; ho
whs forgetful and would forgot things ; ho
appoarcd wild; previous to tho election ho
was in good health; when ho got up he
i.'ommoncod drinking again . when be got
well 1 did not consider blmsnfa; ho would
not do buines properly, and had to put a
man over him ; called in parties tn talk
about him with referenco to what 1 should
do with him ; when ho got up after being
sick, l,o would go otl' to sleep, and
would como back In an
instant, and If askod about it would sav
tlint ho did not feel well and could not
sloop ; ho boardod with mo, and when I
was nt homo 1 waited on him the same as
tho rest; noticed that ho did not eat, and
when aked about it ho would say "ncvor
mind; I will be all right in a day or two;"
and would promise to stop drinking and
bo steady ; I saw him tho day bofore the
shooting and ho appeared about as usual;
tho day bofore the shooting, about lunch
tlmo, I went into tho saloon and found
.Swoboda and him iu thero drinking;
spoke to him about his promise to stop
drinking, whon he said he and Joo were
having a little round ; that night ho did
not como home; think that was tho tint
night bo had been away all night ; some
times Mr. l'arkor was on watch, or the
negro porter, and sometimes would
go on myself he would come
and get some money and go out onetime
ho camo Into tbo saloon without hat nr
nock-lie; said to him bo was a nice look
ing fellow and told liiin to go back and
get lomo sleep; this was the same day of
tho occurrence: did not sco him till I
I heard of tho shooting' at tho time I heard
or thu shooting I was standing on the steps
talking to my wlfo about him, some ono
went by and said Joo Swoloda is shot ; 1
went down and met Mr. Cain and Ham
Irvin with Harrison; Harrison was look
ing wild, tired and good; I could not toll
if he was drinking; there was too much
excitement nbout us: ho said ho wanted
mo to let him havo ten dollars and go his
: bail; "1 will give it back lo you In the
morning, Iiosuld; air. Cain ana ilr. lr
vin were both there; I know that Harri
son and Swoboda were personal friends
anu wero nigutiy togetnor; we used to do
rnu'-h business at night, and I
used to go for him more at
night and always found them to
gether; Swoboda was a groat deal tho
largor man ; should think thf re was 2.1 o
30 pounds ditleronco in tho men ; Swobo'
da was the tailor of tho two.
Crocs-examination by Judge Allen
I nover noticed that tho prisoner drauk
much until Christmas and New Year
1871 ; tho sickness spoken of was directly
after tho election; Dr. Smith attended
him; do not remember of Dr. Smith at
tending at any time before that; Docto
attended lum three, rour, livo or sii days
may bo a mora or less number of days : .
thought tbo Doctor camo oftener than he
did ; Harrison has a wifo and ono child
ho boarded with my private family; af-
tor his sickness be got up and attended to
business off and on ; our business relations
were kept up until alter Swoboda was
killed ; lust I saw of Harrison was in tbo
saloon about lour or Qvo o'clock tho day
the shooting occurred ; don't think ho was
on watch; Mr. 1'arker was on watch; It
Is my opinion mat ne was not on watch
that day; I don't think ho was on watch
on the afternoon boforo the shooting ; I
think Mr. l'arkor was on watch; when
be said ho was going to go on watch I told
him ho was not in a condition to do so,
that he had better go to bed ; I might have
soon him in the saloon after supper boforo
inoenooiing; no was not connneu to nis
bed more than a week; can't tell when
this occurrence took place; it wa some
timo In April; ne was not in the saloon
much, but was thero when he wanted to
be; think l'arkor was in the saloon pretty
much all the mouth of March;
bo was thorn up to tho time ot tho shoot
ing of Swoboda; did not see Harrison
drink any on tbo day of tho difficulty,
Harry Walker testified 1 live in Cairo:
have been thore ten years; I know Harri
son; 1 knew Swoboda in his llfotimo; I
romembor hearing of tho death of Swobo
ba; did not see it; 1 saw Harrison fre
quently boforo tho murder; he was stay
ing hi tno JJuimonied at tno tlmo; inoro
Is only ono bouse between my homo and
llm Delmonlco; 1 was called up to the
house onco to see Harrison; Mr. "Wintor
camo aftor me to go up and soe Harrison ;
1 wont up and saw that ho wns sick; be
said ho had cnliod on mo to help him ; that
sorno Indies bad caned to sco him, and as
an old friend of his, I ought to come and
help him out; after ho came out of his room
tie came to my saloon and talked to mo
uhout tho samo thing ; talked about a stair
way between iny saloon and his bulldlnr-;
1 told him thorn was nothing of it and that
nesnouid go no me and go to bod; saw him
a fowdays alter that: saw him in the aftor.
noon aftor tho snooting; ha was standing
in iruuv oi nis KHioon, wiiu a crowd ot man;
Mr. l'arkor was standlnt? his watch: liar.
risnn had Just como down stairs and said to
mo that be was going on watch ; wo ad
vised him to no to bed : ho said he was all
right; 1 did notseo him on tho night of
wiu occurrence, l was at homo In, Pod; al
tor the occurrence I got up but did not see
Thomas J. l'arkor testified 1 rosido in
this county now; with the exception of
three or four years 1 havo rosidud in this
county sinco C8; I have known Harrison
six or seven yoars ; think the first placo I
know him wns at the Metropolitan on the
luveo; I kuew Swoboda probably a yoar
beforo tho occurrence; 1 was with Mr.
AVinter Just previous to tho killing; was
working for winter in Harrlson'i place;
Harrison was drinking at tho timo so
much that I thought ho was incapable ol
nttendim? to business: was In Cairo 'at the
time of tbo city election ; was acquainted
with Harrison at tho ti mu: did not think
him canable of attending to business nt
the time of the election ; he wu very ner
vous ; ho was easily frightened and excl
ted I was In the homo most of th time;
I would tell hint we neodod cigar and
other things and he wonld come back
Without them; on the evening of tho
occurrence I sent him after cigars three
times and be came back without thorn; 1
made a proposition to him on the evening
of tbo occurrence that if he would go and
sleep six hours I would buy him a suit of
ciomes; this was either on the day of the
occurrence or the day boforo ; he was
nervous and flighty, and I noticed the ex
pression of hit eyes, they were different
Irom when ho Was in good hoalth j saw
Swoboda with Harrison in Winter's saloon
on tho evening of the shooting; it wns
probably between eight and nine o'clock ;,
thoy wero sitting on tho bench talking;
they had a drink; thoy got a bottle of
cock-tails ; at first 1 refused to give It to
them, because I thought thoy bad enough;
ino uay oi . mo occurrence Har
rison was not nn duty. I spoke
to him several times bofore thu oc
currence about bis condition; he said he
could not sleep or eat; I mot.Swobodaand
Harrison together several times probably
half a dozen timet bofore the occurronco
tugetheratthoialoon; they appeared to bo
good friends- I don't know how Harrison
got the pistol ; I put it behind a box, be
hind tlin bar, and did not miss It until I
wont in tho next morning.
Cross-examined by Judge Alton I was
tn Cairo at the spring election j I went to
stay with Winters sometime In March ; 1
don't remember how hag 1 staid with him
aftor the occurrence pr. ibly six or seven
days:l wvsthetc probably four weeks be
fore tne occurrence; did not know that
Harrison had an interest in tbo bar only
heard it; did not know it or my own
knowledge; 1 asked him to get cigars; Mr.
Winter was not In and 1 supposed bt
might go and get them; bo was in the
saloon probably half an hour nn the af
ternoen before the shooting; be was not
attending bar; I don't think he could
have done so nnd 1 have not known It; 1
was thero as an accommodation to Mr.
Winter; if Harrison had InMsted on going
behind tbo bar to sell liquor I should have
gono to Mr. Winter and protested against
It; he was running around and I saw him
lake his regular drinkt; .Swoboda and Har
rison wero in there together; I don't know
which one took the cock-tails; they wero
botb under the Influence of liquor; did
not notlco anything only Harri
son's dross; lc eamu without a hat
and went back and got
a hat or cap, Harrison might have gone
behind the bar, but 1 did not sea him ; 1
don't know who got the pistol from be
hind tho bar; whether Harrison got tho
pistol or soino one elu I can't tell; can't
tell when Harrison first began to drink;
auout mo lime of me election l noticed
his drinking so much; never saw a dlf.
llculty betweon him and a man iu tho sa
loon , never knew 1.1m to have trouble
with any one; I don't recollect havlne a
conversation with Irvin on the evening
ot me occurrence , 1 know
Mr. Irvin; do not recollect saying there
was anything me matter witti Harrison;
there was considerable excitement and did
not have any conversation that I can re
collect with Irvin at to Harrison's con
ditlon of mind.
rranic .Murray ipiiiuihi i reide in
Cairo ; have lived there a little over four
years; 1 was acquainted with Harrison
and Swoboda ; havo known Harrison
about one and a half vears ; knew Swobo
da ever since 1 bad been there; I did not
seo tho occurrence; I know of i-Harrison s
drinking for about two weeks before the
shooting; saw him every day, or every
other day during that tirffe; 1 noticed he
was vory much '-rattled" that be was on a
hard spree; saw him In front or Uie saloon,
and going towards dates' saloon without
a bat or anvthing on his head; Swoboda
was with him; thov wer drunk, of
Cross-examined bv Judge Allen I
saw them together on the evening before
the shooting ; they went by Gates', and I
was sitting on a barrel , they said to me,
"wnv uon i you come on and tiave some
fun;'' they woro not to say drunk, but
were urmuing; .aw juiiy on the street,
and saw htm in tbo saloon ; I did not see
him very often ; don't think I saw htm at
tending oar me same night of the shoot
ing; some bar-tenders, when attending
10 uusiness, go witnoui nais on, and others
Charles Alter tcitiOed 1 knew Harri
son and Swoboda; I can't say how long
but every since they camo to Cairo ; 1 was
intimately acquainted with Harrison a
short time beforo tho shooting; my placo
of business is about 100 or I2&fect from
whero Harrison did business; I saw him
every day beforo the shooting; I frequen
tly shunnod tho saloon on account of his
drinking, and easily being excited; I can't
recollect now long ueiore mis occurrence 1
would pass by this saloon and go to another;
i saw mm in ino saioon irequently, but
don't know if ho stood watch ; I recollect
Mr. l'arkor being in the saloon; and spoke
lo nun several iimos aooui liiliy.
Cross-examined by Judge Allen I fre
quently shunned the saloon on account of
Jiilly's drinking so much.
jua vunsor iaa .viennor is my name
now; I remember of Swoboda's death; I
bad known Harrison and Swoboda about
six months; 1 saw Harrison all
day Tuesday and "Wednesday of that
week; 1 saw bwoboda onco during that
woek ; Swoboda and Harrison came to my
room on the night of tho occurrence to
gether; both of them had been drinking
when they came in Joe said bo was going
to stay all night with mo; Billy asked me
If 1 was going to stay with Joo; I said
yes; Hilly said we could all threo stay to
getnor; 1 ioiu ,loe wnat limy said and ho
replied: "Doos Hilly Harrison tako me
for a sardino;" Hilly again asked me If I
was going to stay with Joe; I saidves:
then be struck mn in the face; Joe said ho
was a s n oi a b n if lie staid in the
bouse witti a man who would do that and
went out to tbo haloon; llillv laid down
on the hod and said -'you know I was in
tun wben 1 struck vou: 1 have tun
drinking so muuh that 1 am nearly crazy."
joecnmoin again wun nis nanu in tils
of the steps I mot Grace; then I hoard the
pistol shot; I was half running and lisslf
walking whon 1 left the room.
Joseph WIloy teit'Ood llh
Joseph Wiley te.fdcd-1 live in Cairo;
I have been living there off and on for 5
or C years: was slichtly acquainted with
rtwoooaa; x was noi in sairo ai mo time
of tbo shooting; was In St. Louis for
about a year ncioro me muruor; nad not rrnn".i T ,. L ,ue consiructlftn o
seon Harrison during that time. f''ewa'.0L,'10..'ollowlpg described side.
..v.u .. - v.o.
,lin rtofonrn rnatiul tlio r
Ctsr jTsillosssa k Balldlosi,
sv Spaetat attastion paid to orders from nun
toata nicns or aar
boat a Tories"!'
OHI. Liv oa,0, lu,
SI'ECIAL NOTICE TO CHICAGO E.V
CUH310NI8T8. Hy reference to the tlmo cards of the
different Hues to Chicago, persons can sat
Isly themselves that by the Cairo and Vlu-
cenncs railroad and connections, they will
arrive there one hour and twenty-seven
minutes In advance of any other route. The
Cairo and Vlncenncs railroad line reaches
Chlcngo at J:.'J0 a.m., ami other routes at
7:.Y7 a.m. Excursionists by the Cairo and
VlncenncH road can remain in Chicago until
the evening ol the 10th, while by the other
routes they must leave there "on or before
tho 8th." Note the difference.
(M-'lt Ciias. O. Woot,
Gen'l Ticket Agent.
TWO WKJHTM IXT,
.MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNI fl& 10
Til B DlftTlNUUfDBD VOCALUT
Has the honor to announce
TWO UNIQl'K VOCAL HKCITALS
Colliding or selections from classical, op
ratlc. ora tori, bravura and ballad music.
All of which will be sung, prt
faced by a spoken prelude, by '
These concerts In which Madame
llrlnkcrhotr has been winning new
laurels on her trip this season, are au
entirely new thing, and the Invention of the
FAIR CANTATMOE HERSELF
Dress Circle . . ,,f
Keseried Heats 1 on
1'rlvatc Dozes,.,, 0 on
tarComnlete change each night. Ticket
may be had at D. llartman's store.
Doors open past 7 o'clock. Concert to
commence at o'clock, sharp.
K. LEWIS, Business Manager.
(ilcAN'l) FAIH AND FESTIVAL
HALL AND GARDEN
liy the ladles of the
ST. JOSEPH GERMAN CATHOLIC
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 17J.
Evervhody l Invited and expected to be
CPtiRT ! llit condition of it. City Nalioul
ink of Cairo. .1 Calio. la the tin. cf lllinot.
cbitof buiineit Artl 25,l;j.
lo.nt and discoimli
1 "", Oi
U. S. bond. ti secure ctrcul.
U. S. bond, do hand.......
Oll.cr next,, band, and won
Sift - ..........
IXw from redeeming and re-
ene agent... ,.....flC.9 VI
Due from other national bank, 7,7&,?
i me nom aiaie uajis.. ana
lllbUiii haute .-.
Other real estate...... . .. ,
Taitt paid . . ... ..
Oath item, .
MlHt or national bank,.-... ......
fractional currency. jnj
n ckeli -.
Pfecle, coin....... ,
Lial twirl notel
Capital tV. paid In. ........
urlii, liin.l.,...H. ,
1 ntereit ............
1 to f, t and low
V;V STW 21
Due laiute tanU and UnVrrt.
I nf IIIT.u... ,-... w - r I ,...,.. ..
1. W. I IIAI.LIIIAV. wini t.1 IK niM v..
llonal Bank ol Cairo, do tolrranly .wear that lh,
abore tutrtnciit I, true to the bett of nr kaowUdr.
W. P HALLWAY, l'rtiUl..!
Pulacrlbed and twoin to before me fhli 'Jil div tA
li. II. CAMJKE, Notary Public
II. H. CUNNINGHAM,-)
fi. I). WILLIAMSON, l IHrecton.
II. L. MALI. IDA V. j
FOHIY-SECOND report of the condition of the
Klnt National IL.nU of (lilm llllnal. ut th.
of buiinesi April S3, 1S7X
l.oast and diuounti .
Overdraft,... .. ..
U. b. Bond, to if cure circulation
lr. H. bond! and iccurliic. on
Other itocki, bond, and man
Due from reoWfnrex and re
Due from other national bank,u.
I hit from basks and banker.....
Furniture and fiiturei
Caah item., Includloz revenue
Premium, i.aid ,
Cah on hand In Currency.... 2VA 78
com h...... sol 37
Kxchanee. Inlerait. nrafit aul inu'
, seeo so
U 18.300 40
Sute of Illinois, Alexander county, u.
I. Charlr fninnlnirham. ra.Y.: f .v.. ac
tional Hank of Cairo, do tolemnlv lwnr thu ih, .h-
.talemerl It tme to the heit of my knowledge and be
CHAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cajhler.
Pubicrlbed and tworn tn y,r. ,!. t.i....
Correc-A,,,,,!'1 "N".-y PUbUc.
HOBT. W. MILLERS
J.M. 1'IIII.LIPS, 'J.
W. 11. MUKICIS, J
Sealed propo.als will be received at the
It V clerk's ofllpn until a i..i. 7 !"
Thursday, the 12th day of jJnX RTiba'
ML,f'n.f. ierial.,, oV dolnt the
avenue to tho sidewalk uow exlsUne on the
f,i1,U,r'i,"Ile,orv'n"t ancT on the
sting on the
and nn th
northerly side nl
bin nl iuh rrrik...-.,.. -V -
from a ir..e drawn rr.i KATXUk
crly from li''Vo the '.aster y WhlZ
street. ' ' 'u
eu proposals will also be received
t7'0"'fSr ,uf WJK tho materials, or dolm;
l; .T w' "t MVV Miuiu ui IUCIO. viz .
uiiiuo casierir mil nrw.hm -
l.'niir,i. 1. V.,V. Sr..,u ,,i 'njin
...... . n"""'1 anrouHiiu iireei; on tne
westerly side of Walnut atreotfrom' Fourth
:.li:Ll,0.'tVomtSJ.Jrf?ot BOM ol Seventh
; VrZl V" " TJ" i?" MlUentn
s ainni street. nn i..r. -i.i..
w ',t!' 6.,roet from Washington avenue to
" ; ou we norm aiue or J weirth
- iv, iiuiii n ainiir airAur rn a nnint im en
eastwardly from Cedar street ; on the south.
hi; oiuoui i wcntT.seventn siraei. ana nn
ih nniu oi i tveniy-eiKntu atreei irom
Commercial avenue to I'oplar street ion the
nuutu mup oi jruteentu sireoi uutu waiutit
11. ,.V. I ., .., ' , Ipbi,,,,.... 7.
aireei to west -l-weniy-em"" ""jrei,
Kaid nrnnnaala ahall be directed to thu rlio
. 1. L.,,..'... .l..hAV.H.M.,l O W
mu council ai me un
All nronosals ihall be made In accordant
with the provisiona,quirnenti aud ipec.
uSffS a01 .War whlchordln,.n:S?vJ!
on nlo In my ofllec, subject to exaininuou
The city "counc reimi the right to re.
Ject any or aJI Wds. U. J, Howijiy
CAUto,IlI.,May0,lwi?. V1tjr vWk,