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ILLINOIS CBTRAiTr R
Bit til Miortt Hnate
TO ST- LOUIS
HO OnANQK OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLT ONE OHANGK OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
CtaelBBill, J-tlaaapjU. Toledo.
Detroit. Cleteland, ?l;er
BeJUnore, '.Philadelphia, New Yoik.
Boton and all pomti eeil.
Mllwantle. JaneiTllle, Madison.
UOroMt, Bt. Paul and all potaU north.
Tbi U ala the only direct route to
scalar, Bloomlngton, RpiingolJ,
Peoria. Ualaoy, KeoXuk,
Burtiutosi Bock (aland, La Halle.
MaodoU, Uiaon, Preeport,
Btleuu Dubuque, Hioua Olty,
Omaha and. all point norinwen,
Elegant Drawing Room Sleoplng Car
On all Night Train.
Bfgtg Cheeked to all Important point.
Far ticket and information, arp'J 10 ""
depot at alro; on board tne tnnut ateemer be
twee Oolntabu and Cairo, and at tne prlnclw
railroad tleketofflcea throughout the eouth.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l Paa. A t. ChlcafO.
A. Mireana, Oen'l. Bup'l. Chicago.
J.JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
rastngr train on the Illinois Central
nature time to-day. From ana niter 2:10
). a. to-day train will run a follows :
Exprea. dally ....3:10 a. m.
Kail, txcept Sunday . . . .1 :00 p. m.
Kxprets, dally except Sunday.. 2:10 p.m.
Mall, " " " ..12:00 night.
On and after Sunday, May 25, an oxcur
ton train will bo run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vincenncs railroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, a lollows :
Leave MM City. Arrive at Cairo.
t a.ra. 8;.2r a.m.
4:30 p.. 4iMp.ni.
Leave Cairo. Arrive at M'd City.
9 a.m. 0:30 a.m.
i p.m. 0:30 p.m.
Faro for the round trip, tlfty cents.
Chakum O. Woou, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
AIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. It.
On and alter Monday, Juno U, 1S73, trains
will run dally, except Monday, between
rcenfield'a landing and Slkttton, Scott
eeunty, Missouri, a follows :
Leave Greenfield' 10:00 a.m. and r::t0 p.m.
Arrive " U.-50 " " f:10 "
cnariciton JO.so " c.io "
Slkcstou 7.10 p.m. 0-0 tf
CAIRO AND VLNOKNNES RAILROAD
Train now leave Calre and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound City.
7:45 a.m. 7:1 a.m.
12 a. 1:45 p.m.
0:16 p.m. 0:40
Cilas. O. Wood, Gon'l Ticket Ag't.
wAIRO AND VINCENNKS RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February 3, 1873,
nlntou the C. and Y. railroad will run a
.eTe Cairo 8:30 a. m,
" Mound City.. 8:10
" Eldorado.... 1:33 ji. m.
' NorrlaClty.. 2:23 "
" Carml 3:01 "
" Mt. Cannel.. 4:40 "
Tlve Yiuceune... E:i0 "
cress. ..eave Vlncennes... 7:00 a. in,
" Mt Cunncl.. B:22
" Carml 0:55 "
' Eldorado.... 11:00 "
Mound City.. 40)3 p. m,
Vrtlve Cairo BHW "
fl:lf p. in. le,
5:4(1 " ur,
7:00 a. m. lc.
7') " nr.
Connecting ai viuceunc wim tuo iiiui
and Evanaville and Crawfordavlllo railroad;
it Mt. Cannel with tho Loutaillo und New
Albany air line; at Carml with the St. Louis
ad Boutheabtern ; atNorrlaClty the Sprlug
Odd and Illinois Southeastern ; at KUuraJo
with the Shawneotowu branch of the M.
V . 1 DH,it.....nnt . ... . ! . V. i. m.
UUWI BUU DUUUiCW,U .IV KinHW 11IIU III.
Mobile and Ohio railroad truuifvr bout, and
(teamen for Memphis, lied I'.lvcr, ViukH-
burg and New Orleans.
Ciias. O. Wood, Gcu'l Ticket Ag't
JX0. Lut, JR., Sup'L
LOCAL WEATUE RREl'ORT.
U. 6. Bio. Sxb., OneEkviR's OrriOK, (
uaimo, June 21, id i J, 10:11 p.m.)
iThennomeUr 74 degrees.
Wind, eoutheast, velocity 4 mile per
Maximum temperature last 24 bourn, at
4 p. ta., B8 degree.
Minimum temperature, lut 21 hours, at
a.m., 71 degree.
Prevailing wind last 21 hours, southeast.
Total number of mile wind travelUd, labt
24 hour, 107.
Total rainfall, list 54 hours, .03.
Edwin Oakland, observer.
SHOO FLY t DON'T I10DDER ME I
6et one of SUndlnger'eily exterminator,
t DXEItWAUT, Oltlll it: Co,
Hegular boarder at the European hotel,
Uaxry wauter proprietor, receive board ut
Uie rate of 20 per month. 6-iO-tf
On Division street, between Twentieth
and Twenty-first streets, a two-btory hoube,
tlx room and summer kitchen. Apply at
Central hotel, or to 0. 1. Lyon, next door
to premlei 0-10 tf
Mr. U. I. Horn wishes to inform her
atrons and the ladle of tho city generally,
that the has removed her drvss-rnaklug
rooms, No. 131 to No. 105, next door to thu
Atheneum, up etalr. U-s-lm
Fine wh'.to : alnglo and double X amber
tingle and double X Canary, best ipiallty ol
maullla, blue letter, etc., etc. 60,000 for
ale, printed at $3 60 to 0 60 per thousand,
at the Hullxtin Ofi ice.
A cabinet organ, a good as new, and ol
Untt-clas manufacture will be sold low und
on easy term by applying to
Mrs. M. J. Dkwky,
Cor. Waiihlngton Ave. and Fourteenth St.
FOR KALE. .
Valuable real estate consisting of threo
lota fronting on Fifteenth btrcet between
W ft d Cedar ; large frame houie nearly
new, two rtorle, throe room on each floor,
otiteMUM, etc. For further part Iculamtn.
sjttlMjrt the prtmbts, MR. C. Skrhian,
Central Vowt. Be:tdry In uie. 0-22-01
The placo.to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper than any oilier place In tlio city Is
No. 2, Seventh street. Trylujl. AnLE.
Tho Dolta Fire company will celobrato
tho gloriout Fourth at St. Mary's park.
Tbli company Ii young, but full Of life nml
vigor, and upon It tho light of tho ptibllo
countonanco should tblno.
New stock and new tt)los ol wallpaper
paint, oils, window glasi, etc., etc, at H. F.
Mclgs new store, Washington avenuo and
Kleventh street. Call and see tho Mot
tlylos In wall paper before purchasing else
Rev. J. 6. Oroen, spocial agent of
Green City Colony, Colorado, It in thli
city and will remain until Monday even
ing. Ho ofler special Inducements to ox
cunionliti. Call at Urlstol and Htllwell's.
The next regular communication
alro loduo No 237, A. F. and A.
M., will ba hold (to-morrow) Monday
evening, at "J o'clock. Every momber is
requeitod to bo present. isltlng broth
er cordially invited to attend.
11. F. 11I.AKE, Secretary.
Hack i lor the Cairo, Arkauiaii and lexa
railroad, ttartlns from White fc (lrccr
atore, corner ol Sixth elrrct and Ohio levee
run as follows:
Leave at . 811.111
Arrive liicltv ;it 10 a.m.
C-S tf John Mkvkrs, Agent
Cont'al Veast. Ten cents por 12 cakos.
Will koep one month. C-'J2-Ct
John C. Ecluliburg has at hU old stand n
great arlcty ol tho choicest brands of
cigar. Lovers of the weed hhould try bis
clear Havana, which nro undoubtedly the
bct cigars In this inarlct. No one who ban
tried them ever call for anything cl-e, for
all good judges of cigar prououueo them
tho blmon-puro Havana of a tupcrlor (pial
Ity. Ten cents a piece, or $7 60 per UK).
Stand on Eighth street, near Ohio levee.
A new hotel has been opened In the largo
hoii'o located on tho comer of Sccntb
street and Washington avenue. It will bu
known as Rrown's hotel, anil proprletorcd
by Mr. llrown, whoso reputation ns a hotel
keeper is well-known In this city. Tho
house has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and is in every way tlrt-cUss.
Tho tables nro at nil tunes funiMied with
the best tho season alTtml, and the charges
liberal, being only $1 60 per day. Mr.
llrown solicits and dceru-s a l-harc of tho
public patronage. .Vlltl
This is to llilorm the people of Cairo that
licv, 0. Lliicrseliiier, jiastor of tho German
Liitheru church of this city, has opened a
M'hool wherein both tho German and Kug
llsh languages will bo taught, If thero are
thoso among our American bom cltlens
who wish to have their children learu to
read, write and speak the German lauguage,
they now have an oppoitunlty to grutlly
that wish. Rev. Duerschucr Is u thoroiiih
German und Knglisb scholar, and will spun;
uoetlort to mako tho buhool of which he Is
principal a success.
sly order of the Uoxuiiot' Diukcioiim.
Central Yoast at
Ilrlstol & Slllwoir.
ju. j. uiuKt oi me sjioe bioro nas jusi i
reccheil his second block of summer times I
slippers this season, and Is now opening
e of goods which for atylo and Mork-
manshlp cannot be excelled in tho southern
pal t of the state. As heretofore, ho makes
It a speciality always to keep on band the
lale.U styles of ladles', misses' und children's
shoes und hllppors of llrob-kl's renowned
custom work, Which ho sells at pi lees rang
ing much lower than eastern work can bo
purchased clc where, as thero Is no jobbers
between htm and the manufacturers. His
stock of geutb' und youths' congress gaiters,
buckle bhoei, Prince Albert!", Kdwards and
Alexis, an entirely new style, Is very large
and arled, and will Milt tho most fastid
ious. Ho would particularly request the
gentlemen to Inspect his hue of slmes be
fore they desire to purchase or havo madr
elsewhere. 0-17 61
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
a wo nouses aim mrce lots on the corner
of ftjtttfnttt and Walnut streets. The houses
uro as good us new, having been thoroughly
repaired this last sprint,'. Will bu sold at a
bargain. J-.uqiiire ou Uie premises, or at
125 Commercial avenue. G-ll-2
Mr. Anna Lang on Eighth btrcet, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a etock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. Sho has one hundred
and tlfty dlUereut btylesof hats and bonnets,
beside u largo assortment ol ribbons. How-
rs and notions of nil sorts, all ol which wll
bo sold at the lowest prices
A neat cottage tuitable for a family of
four or live porious. Tho house contain
five rooms, with good cittern and all noc.
enary out-house attached. For further
Information apply to T. O'Oau.ahan.
turner fifteenth street and Commer
cial avenue. 6-22-3t
FURNITURE FUR SALE AND ROUS!
J U llr.M.
1 will sell at private sale tho following de
scribed goods), to-wit: Ono seven octave
piano (James Vou's make), 2 line marble top
bureaus, 1 marble top wasb stand, 2 lino
bedsteads. 1 lino wardrobe, 1 bathtub, 1 con
llneiitalscir-lcedliig boating fctovc. 1 cotton
matrebs, .tmatresses, 1 marble top centre
table, 1) heatlnu: Moves, 14 yards of llrubsels
carpet, 21 yurds tliree-pll carpet, 20 yard
two-pll carpet, 6 coal oil lamps, 2 castors
t washtubs, 1 settee, 1 easy-chair, 2 sew in
midlines iwhuoler x Wilson make), !
yards tag-carpet, and hoise to lent lo
goodtenaut. L. H. Myrrh.
HOT WE ATI i Kit IS COM
JIVG KEEP COOL.
Refrigerators at from $18 to
$50. Ice chests at $11, $K:
$15, $17, $20, etc. Ueorcool
ers at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ieo cream free.
ers, wire cloth for winjlow
screens, bath and foot tubs
charcoal furnaces, charcoal bv
the bushel, barrel, etc., at
Beerwakt, Orth & Co's.,
130 Commercial Ave.
A hoit of Dr. Austin' friends callod
upon blur yetterday ta bid him a ad
adieu. There waa walling if not gnashing
of teeth. Ono gentloman a crocor on
Washington avenue, bolow ninth treet
r-entlotnon of a poutlo turn of mind,
lthough fat, (vrodo not rafur to lllr
y) burst Into rhynio as ha wrung thu
Good byo, Austlu,
Are you golug away '
Won't you como again,
Hweot-hoart, say 7
The rhymo is horrible, but tho iutenso
emotion of tho grocer is utliclent eicuso
for hit lad pootry. A gotitloinan of much
weight a dealer in drugJ, and not doing
business on Washington avenuo or tho
oveo In tlio agony of toparation becatno
intensely liberal so potent is the pownr of
friondshipl and presented A. M. with a
box of sugar-coated pllli. The last seen of
McKwon after tho fond adieu, bo was
seated upon n pile of lath, llko
Marlui on tho ruins of Romo
wo bslievo Mariu was tho man who cnt
on thoso ruins and was, llko Niobe, all
tear, llerore ho molted away, and ran
a limpid stream, down Commercial nvo
nue, ho wa beard to swear ho would nuvor
too tho doctpe's llko again. Tho tcpara
tlon acted upon HchUtlngor like a bad at'
tack of tho cholera. Korsmoyer'i parting
from his friend was calm' It ended, llko
all his oxccllunt cigars in smoko, and
"Good byo, avteet heart;
AVhen you're gono away,
AVrito me n letter, lovo,
Write mo a dozen, lovo,
When you'ro far away. '
ST. JOIIN'H DAY 1'IC.N'K'
TUESDAY, JUNE ill, 1673.
Thoro will bo givon undor tho auspIc'M
of the Masonic fraternity, St. John" dy,
A HAS K El I'lC.Vlf,
At tho romantic irrnunds near Tunnel
Hill on tho Cairo and Vinconnu railroad.
Masons, their friends and families aro
courteously invited to participate, but no
porton will bo pormltted to attend union
ho has first procured a ticket from
a Mason. A special train will leave
Seventh street, stopping at Twelfth, Four
teenth, Eighteenth, Twentloth and Thirty-fourth
itreotr, at 8 o'clock a.m. Train
will return, leaving Tunnoll Hill at 6 p.
m. Tho Delta Silver Cornet band has
boon engaged. A baggage car in chargo
of competent stewards will convey bas
kets. All articles should bu properly
marked with lining in full. Fair fur tho
round trip, ono dollar. Tickets can bo
had on application to tho undersigned
uiombore of committee, viz:
.1. 0. Sl'IILKSsINdKIl,
Latin Joi (ik.nmk.v,
1'. G. Sciiuu,
E. C. Uiiu,
tl-16-td H. Ui.xiiy.
ITEMS IN UR1EF.
Yostcrdav was a vory pleasant day.
.Secure tickets to-morrow for the JJf
picnic on Tuosday.
II. Moynrs, Ohio love
co, has splondid
cigar and toothsome tobacco.
Tho t'aducah 'Tobacco l'lant fays
Davis of tho 'Sun,' is as handsome as a
lagnolio and smells as sweetly.
Tho Egyptian basoball club was organ
ized on Friday ovenlng with l'utor Saup,
reildont; D. J. Foley, secretary and J.
1. llroderick, Held captain.
J J. llird, Esq,, colored polico inugis-
trato, has gono to St. Louis. He went on
the curs actually traveled in n tint-class
carl "What will l'ottor say?
William Winter continues to do a driv-
business taking pictures. His eloirant
rooms, on Sixth street, between Cummer-
lal mid Washington avenues, are evi
dently crowded with patrons
At Scheel't Garden
Monday, June 23, 1873.
Rev. 11. II. Thayer will deliver n dls-
course thli morning upon the following;
Lessons from tho Lllios." In the even
ing "Tho Dovll't Testimony to tho Di
vinity of Christ."
St. John's Day
Tho Gorman school picnic at Suheol't
garden to-morrow, must not bo forgotten
The children will enloy thomselves at all
kinds of games, nnd children of largor
growth should enjoy tho fuu. Tho admit
tanco feu is only 26 cents.
Wo stated in a momcmt of enthusiasm
that our city council was composed en
tirely of Christians, (moaning thereby
religious men), but wu were mittakon.
W o call to mind two of thu members who
aro slnnort turriblo sinners.
Thu 'Sun' has tho cholera searo, but
Cairo contlnuos in thu tamo good health.
Our neighbor wishet tho city authorities
to buy copperat nnd dltinfoct thu railroad
trip, and to hlro a doctor for each word.
The druggist won't bell copperas fur scrip,
and tho doctors wont consont tu bu
Tho Rev. J. 0. (irocno of tho Southern
Illinolt conference, will preach at tho
Methodist church this, morning, at 10
o clock, autijoct; "Thu Covenant of
Salvation." And again in thu overling at
B o clock, bubject: "The Object of
Christian Life." Sabbath school in thu
aftornonn at :i o'cloak.
AVo stated yesterday that cortaln an
gels were evidently on tho riuht side of
Shoret in hit battle with the Sleeperitet.
Ibis knowledge mado ut faol confident of
tho triumph of our vonerablu friend, but
yesterday weloarneJ thatlawyer Mulkov
had been retained by tho Slboperitot, ami
now wo tremble for Thomas Jell'erson's
afety. Angel may bo good thlngt n (i
den of Hon or a tlery furnace, but Mulkey
i a bottor tnmg ueioro a court. There
foro wo tremblo for Shoroi. Ho iiiiui
buckle ou tho armor of determination unj
go into tho row with a vim,
BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1873
Hon, John Gladnoy, colored, the gar-
go hauler of tho city, ha been dumping
garbage out of his cart within the cor.
poratlon, much to tho discomfort of tho
good citizens within tho localities mado
olsome bv the irarbltlier laziness.
Oillcer Wooten, nftor hesitating for tevoral
ay, bolntr prcsuadod to energy by tho
perauaslvo MoIIale, rushed frantically to
llros and had John arrested.
Mr, F. K. Watermelor, an experioncod
munlo loachor from Oormany, ha located
n Cairo and 'desires to glvo lesson on tbo
liano, organ or mclodeon. He will nlso
nttund to all order to tuno piano. Or
der may ba left at lludor's Jowulry ttore,
corner of Washington avenuo and Eighth
meet. Mr. Watermelur rofurt to II. M ey
es and F.l.M. Stocklleth, who know him
to bo an oxperiouccd musician nud a good
toachorof instrumental music. r,-'Jl-2t
Col. William Sandusky, who ha been
honoring Memphis with hit pretence for
sometime, has rotumod to Cipro. Tho
cholera frightened him from tho Mull City
to tho only healthy city In tho union.
Tho captain says all tho policomcn have
been frightened out of .Memphis by the
prevailing disease. Tho nppoaranco of
tho diseaso in this city, if it would frighten
out of tho town soino of tho policomcn,
would bo balled well, would not bo an
THE CITY FA'l'IIEHS.
MEETING OF THE COUNCIL YHS-
THE "FRESH L'lSH" ORDINANCE,
AFTER HEINO AMENDED,
At tho call of tho mayor tho member
of the city council mot in special teflon,
yostorday nfternoon at tho council cham
Tho clerk called tho roll, all members
oxcept Aldeiiann Ncllls answering to
Mayor Wood stated that ho had called
tho meetlug for the purpose of acting on
tha ordinance regulating the alu, lu the
city, of cortaln vegetable', and instructed
tho clerk to read the ordinance.
Alderman McEweli: ,Mr. Mayor,
move tho ordinance bo acted upon by tcc
Alderman Rittuiihouso thought thu
dork should read tho ordinance through.
Thu mayor said a motion to that ell'ect
was not nocesiary. The clerk would read
Thu clerk lluishod the reading.
Alderman .Morris from tho ordinance
committee said Judgo IJroes had handed
him a substitute for tho present (action
threo and four of tho ordinance, at horeto-
fore published, and moved that thoau sec-
lions be stricken out and the substitute) In -
corporalod in their stead.
Th metion wa put and carried.
The ordinance was further amended 1.
striking out thu word "fresh ' befor
u t i
word "llsh" and inserting in lieu there .
the word "unsound;" and by striking out
0 word "o, ' after which it was
1 op ted.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE 01 TV MARSH AI..
The mayor stated that undor thu ordi
nances thu marshal or other city olllcurt
woro empowered, when they found auy
nuisances that required moru than their
own otl'orta to remove, to employ such
help as may bo required to rctuovo and
abate tho same, uud it would bo the right
and duty of tho ceuncll to pay portons
10 umployod y the marshal or policemen
rcasonablo compensation for tboir tlmo
and labor. In view of this ho had given
the marshal and policvuon instructions
Tho following resolution was adopted :
Resolvod by tbo city council that tho
board of health aro hereby authorized and
instructed to purchr-o such disinfectants,
as thty iu their judgment may deem nec
essary for tho purposo of abating nui
sances mat exist in tno streois anu uve-
nuoa of tho city, and uso the money in thu
spacinl hospital fund for that purpose.
WANT ANOTHER OPTICER.
Alderman Morris introduced a resolu
tion authorizing tho mayor to appoint an
officer whoso duty it should bo to visit
daily all tho places In tho city where vege
tables uro told and tuo that
unsound vegetables aro not sold.
Tho mayor laid ho had thought to tug-
gest toUho council the propriety of taking
one of tho present night polico off and put
ting bim on duty in the day time to atsitt
the health oillcer and marshal in searching
out and abating tho nuiiancet.
It was understood by tho council, though
no motion to mat ciiect was made, that
tho mayor's suggestion should be adopted.
Alderman Morris withdrow his resolu
tion to appoint another oillcer.
TOO MUCH 0ARI1AUK,
The city comptroller's Jreportod that
John Gladney, who ha the contract for
runlng tho garbage from tho city, could
not under tho present (vrranegment fulfil
his contract that ono toam could not do
tho work. Tbo report ulto staled that
Gladney would run two team for tho nozt
two month for $160 por month.
Alderman .Meyers movod that tlio,comp-
trollerbo Instructed tomukoacontractwith
Gladney to do tho scavenger hauling
with two teams, for $50 per month. Thu
motion was adopted.
Aldorman Morrl mado a motion that
tho committoe on markets bo iustructod to
huvo tho platform and fenoo about tho
city eculca repaired anil put into shape.
A resolution was passed asking tho phy.
sicians of the city to meet with the couu
cil at the council chamber, at 4 o'clock to
morrow (Monday), to consult with refer
once to sanitary rnattor.
From property owner on 17th street and
botweon Commercial av, aud Ohio leva,
stating that the lidewalk on that strett
are in good ropalr, and asking that thoy
bo left at they are for tho present, wat re
ceived and referred to the atreot commit
tee. Tho council tuon adjourned
THE "GREAT HAl'TIST l'REAOH
ER" IS DEPOSED FROM
EIGHT CHARGES AGAINST THE
SILLY SLEEl'EKS SLYNESS.
On last Thursday morning there at
scmblcd in the colored Methodist church
of this city, about a do7orf preacher
sulf-style .I to for tho trial of Rov. T. .1.
Shores, on a lot of charges prcsonted by
Lor;nn Slecpor and a fow of the dlscon-
touted momber, and threo or four tore.
heads, who wore at ono time member of
Mr. Shores' church, but who woro ex-'
polled for such offenses as gutting drunk,
stealing, otc. Thu assembly styled itself .
a council of minister of tho RaptUt
church, aud as sueli undortook to oxnul
Mr. Shore from tho ministry, nnd asked
. . i
him to turrender hi credentials.
Met at 0 o'clock Thursday morning. It !
was coinnotad of tho followlm. n,m0ll
person: Rov. George McComrnon, Villa
Ridgo; Logan Sleeper, Missouri; Robert
Caldwell, Simon Manball, and lllackville
Sbelton, Cairo; llavorly Graysou, Carbon
dalo; II. F. Smith, Metropolis, and James
C. Graves, Missouri.
Logan Sleeper, McComrnon and Graves
aro white men, while all the other aro at
black as the aco of spades.
Rev. -McComrnon was chosen moderator,
and Logan Sleopor tecrotnry.
"When tho organization had been com
pleted, Logan Kloeper read tho following
message to Rov. Shores, informing him of
what waa about to tako placo, and asking
bim to appear with bis witnesses aud de
Euisk SuoiiKs Tbo councilor minis
ter gathered now at tho Methodist
ohurch on your account send you this
message in the fear of God.
We hoard you mislead your pooplo last,
night by making them to apprehend from
us (Omuthing like violence to-day bkod
shed or murder from us.
Uut soino of us novor saw you can't
wish you r ly hnrm.
W.i K.lr i'iiii til wirnn Hml Itrin.r rnuf
1 friend and defend yourself against i-
ou charges. W o commend your atten
tion to Romans, fourt nth chapter ami
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by that eolemu consideration having refer
once to the judgement seat of Christ.
Will you come 1 Wo pause for a reply.
Wo tend two brethren with this incs
sagu Thursday morning, Juno i'Jth, 1873.
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Cairo, Ills., Juno liith, ls73.
Wo, tbo deacons and trustee of tho
First Missionary Ilaptlst church, this day,
J iu tbo yoar of our Lord, A. D. 1S73. When
wo want a council to settle business in our
1 h"rch wo will send for them. As thero
J(,lire C(mnci( RnJ M t)l ;, done out of
our cburch and buildlne; must bo n iol-
I tlon of ilaptlst rulus and thu IjJflk.ol our
country to which nil such t-scfWRsuiutt
account. .lousy knnimls, ucacou.
J'eter Aiiamh, Trustee.
Tho council hardly knew what to do
when this note was received. Shores did
not propose to pay any attention tothcm,
and thoy woro down iu tne mouth.
Finally Sleeper caino to tho conclusion
that thero must bo a trial anyhow, and
accordingly introduced the following
1. Wo think proper to present this
general chargo flrtt:
That T. J. Shores it a docoiver, in that
he possesses not tbo character and quail
tieiof a truo minister of the. gosple, as
marked out In tho now tostamont scrip
tures. That his gonoral deportmont and
everyday behavior degrades tho ministry
oontinually; that he is destltuto of piety
and thu fear of God of ovon the common
2. Ho is guilty of adultery. Accord
ing to strict new testament law, ho Is
living In adultery now.
3. Ho has a general charactor for dis
honesty. Many breaches of trust and
schemes of tricky flnanceoring can bo
proven upon him,
4. In Uiblo language wo charge that
he has "Lorded over God's horitago." Ho
has abusod and oppressed tho church ; his
motive, his manner and hi policy havo
proved to bo only lelf-agrandiziug, often
directly contrary to gospel law ; and al
ways carelei of the will of tho majority
and of the true ordor of Raptist ehurches.
C, He it a notorious tlanduror and vili
tier of tho brethren nnd inters and ininit
ten. C, Ho is a daring, unscrupulous and ha
7. T.J. Shores i n man of foul tonguo,
rowdylsh in behavior; a regular drinker
of boor and other strong drink and guilty
of occasional drunkenness.
5. And last we chargo T. ,1. Shores
with being guilty of porjury; of gwoarlug
falsely on two occasions or more.
Tbo charges wero taken up separately
and patted upon, There woro plenty of
witnessus to testify to tha mutters and
thing stated in the charge. Aud indeed
it loomed as if there were poriont pretont
who would havo toitilled to anything
that was necesary to convict Shorot. It
was plain to ovoryono not piejudlcod that
the council was organized to convict
Shores, and if ho had ho taken a thousand
wltnessos and gono boforo tho councij, it
would havu been all tho tamo. Ho wai
to be deposed. That' what tho council
Thotocond, third, fourth, Ufth and tlxth
charges having been patted upon and
voted "sustained" at the meeting of the
council on Thursday, tho tlrtt.ievonth and
oighth chargos were yot to bo consldorod
yctorday. Tho council, after severe pre
liminary proceeding took up tho
Which declares that Rev. T. J.Shoros Is n
"deccivor;" that ho "posscssei nono of tho
qualities of tho truo Minlttor;" that his
everyday deportment degrade tho minis
try; that heit dostltuto of purity, and the
fear of God of even tbo oommonett jjrado."
Logan Sleopor wanted to road orao
thing from The Hum.kti.i-, an editorial
'bat appwed lu that ihut on Sunday tho
i5lh, ttating he and Caldwell bad Waguid
together for the purposo of procuring a
oft place for tho latter. Falling In their
effort to oust Shore tbey had tried their
batterle upon Rov. ObarUi Moore of
Metropolis and were attempting to get
him out of hit churoh. This, Sleeporald,
wa a tpeolmon of what might bo called
properly blgh-pretsure malignity. All this
I put forth with the usual tloiialih and
bluster of a well-practiced and .habitual
liar. It was kept back from the pretonta
tlon on yetterday of Its kindred produc
tion lause it is a most precious mortal:
, "It is tho good wine that ought to como at
I tbo last or tho feast. It It a kind of "c)
I sheaf j" it is the tuper-hl-folulln clln.ax.
It mutt surely bnlittlo amazingly every
' future effort at defamation."
1 After getting this load oil' hit mind tho
muo-eyou, uiriy-snirio.i old
humbug teemed Mleived, and lubttdod.
Mackville Sholton desired to glvo his
experience with Shores. In 1BC8 he went
to preach In Shores' church. He look hi
' text from "whardallible (peaks bout John
de llaptlbt being in prison, and ho tont
two runn-or' 10 lu wuo f0 UC5
pcopiu. snores got up ngnt nouinu mm
in 1,10 PulP'li John knov'd all
"bout da,n P0ol,1e' JoUD 5ot no ncvii ,cnd'
In' to Jetut to And out 'bout 'em," and af.
tor that tlmo Sholton had no more use for
Sleeper requested the moderator to keep
them to the point tlmo was precious;
brethren should speak to tho point.
Houstonsaid bo had beon in Southern
Illinois a good many years, but he did not
know n respectable Uaptlst preacher in
tho whole southern part of lh state that
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pil. onurus uuiu irieu w g:fc n ituum iij
Cape Glardoau. Ills wife asked him what
would he do with his charge in this city
Tbo old man said he would "leave
those devilish niggers" to got along the
best they could; they might take care of
Kav. Robert Culdwoll said he thought
those who hr.J bean here lunger should do
most of thu talking. He think to yet,
Since ho had known Shores ho had known
i too much of him. He asked Caldwell t
preach lurb!mbut bu declined. lu a few
days after ho went about and reported
that I bad been gulltv of burning
my house In Owensboro. Neit I tawblm
, standing in thu door of hi church thoutlng
; that be bad ten thousand dollars to Ugh
I the rebels. He told two of bis inembert
to shoot the llrst man that attempted
come into hit house. Shores mutt
bo leader in overvtbini; and
of everybody or bo would tight everything
and everybody, Wheniiver
strantrer came along Shores
would atk him if he "over heard ofT. J
.Shores, the great baptist minister of Cairo?
The strangor would probably ay no.
Had then Shores would want to know
where "lu the namo of the Lord he bait
lived that ho had uut heard of Shore."
One tranger might say be wat with
llradley, when Shores would look at bim
In astouithmunt, and ask, "Who it this
man llradley ' 1 never heard of him.'
Or ho might say he wat with Caldwell,
when Shores' reply would bs, "Caldwell!
let mo too, 1 think I hnve heard that
amn. Oh, yes: He is the man who
burned his house at Owonsborn, Kentucky.
That's all 1 know of bim I guest he's a
A voto on tbo tint charge was then
j takon and declared sustained.
I THE SIC0.ND CIIAKOE
, Was then taken up. It declaros that T. J
' Shores Ita man of foul tonguo, rowdylsh bo
. bavlor, and occasional drunkenness.
A woman by tho name of Harry said sho
had lived where the could taeShorct going
to and from Scheel't hall. He had gono
I thero at much at twenty times a day. She
had teen him to full of boar that he could
I hardly walk. Whon Shoret mot heron
I the ttreot ho called bar a "big thing on
I ico" and tuch name.
, Mrs- Wisdom said tho taw Shores at
hit bouto once, and ho was very angry;
aho asked him what was tbo matter, and
he laid "look here. I had a wholo keg of
beer and that woman (hi wife) has drank
it all." He wont Into the kitchen and
wa going to put his wife out of the house.
Sho interfered and told bim if ho did not
stop she would report him ; then he let
Rev. Houston said ho had a talk with a
mar. in this city who kept a grocery storo.
The man told him that Shores bought hi
grocorie at his place, but that his biggest
bill was for whiskey.
Logan Sleeper: Now brother modera
tor, theio things and tuch like, and more
of them could bo had. Such thing in a
Christian minister I Ho I hoi hoi 0, ho
A vote was takon and tho chargo aus
tained. TUB EKIUTII ClIAItoe
Was then taken up. It charges Mr.
Shore with perjury. After some unim
portant discussion It was declared ius
Rov. U. F. Smith was called upon to
give eomo account of one Itav. Mooro of
Metropolis. Ho did not know much about
Mooro; Mooro came to Metropoll about
ono year ago ; ho stayed a whllo and finally
got charge of the church. Ho toon got
the member to quarrelling and wa voted
out of tho ministry ; he induced a (mail
portien of tho church to secede and has
atarted a church of his own. His church
i not recognized as a ohurch by any of tho
associations. Ho married in Metropolis,
but it is taid ha has a wifo or two in this
city, but he could not say much on that
Rev. Houston gave hit experience with
this man Mooro, Hi church was not
rocognl.od as a church.
Caldwell taid ho was rredibl informod
that Moore had two wive lu this city.
And wa not u minister of the gospel in
tho Ilaptlst church. Shore had ordained
him a minister on last Sunday, but the
council refused to recognize the ordina
Logan Sleeper otl'ured the following
resolution which wero unanimously
Rtsolved. That It bo now oipretted and
writtin plainly aud emphatically that m
the united and ektrieit Judgement of this
council tho forgoing charge against T. J
Shore, are all anu amguiany auiiamed
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by abundant anuoverwueiuiiug muuiony
Resolved, That in the opinion of this
council, the Firt Missionary ilaptlst
Church of Cairo has not been faithful tu
hor high behest, and may be held censur
able by tho sister churches and the good
people of Cairo for io long neglecting to
rebuke, rettraiu or dlsmltsher lato pastor,
fur conduct so harmful to hlmsoll'aud tu
dlgracerul to religion. At the same tlmo
we would rejoice with them aud thank
God for thus "strengthening the things
that remain," and thu final escape of the
llro that bat not consumed hor.
Resolved. That this couucil do now In
lLo fear of God, and by virtue of author
Ity invested In us by the law of the gos
pel, under the direction of the church, tin
now in ouieiai rorm and for tuDicleut
caused i poti T. J. Shores from the gospel
ministry, hoping and praying that all
his evil doing! lu that calling, nud every
other way from this tlmu cease, and that
Lu may receive from tit the kindly and
faithful apostolic admonition. (Act b.
) "Repent, therefore, of thl tbv
wickedness, and pray God, If perhaps the
thought of thine heart be forgiven thee,'
uesoiviu, mat till council recom
mend to thu church the exercise of faith
ful discipline, and- that unlet there be
Immediate repentance and amondment of
life T. J. Shores bo excluded from her fel
Resolved, That tho record ol tho nro-
coedlngt of this council bo given up to
tne cliurcn, and we recommend that they
uo pumiineu in any manner lliev may
Resolved, That the council rocommond
to the mercy and the tendorest contiiera
tlon of the church all thoso erring brethron
and sitter who have been led astray by
the Into pastor, at the aatno time thev
may Ignore nd discountenance a thev
ought all ol'Jclal act of the late pastor,
since his dismissal from tho pastorate, and
especially the farce of an ordination we
near of having been gone through with on
Resolved, That a votoof thank bo given
the brethren lor their kind hospitality and
to our Methodist friends for tho use kof
their house of worship.
A resolution thanking Tin Duli.ktim
for having a reporter prusont wa adopted.
The council having Mulshed tho busi-
nott Tor which it wa called together,
after tinging a hymn and prayer bv
brother .lames C. Grave, adjourned.
Abbutt, Arena Rami, Mary '.'
llryant, I. C iiackwith, barab
Hall, Millie llird, Althea
llrown, Hiram Hell, Winters
Herd, Tampa Davit, Ada
Davit, Hell Fisher, Addle 2
Gilbert, Harris Groen, Louisa
Grealhoutu, Fiuiilo Harrin, Cordelia
Hugh, Sarah Harrison, Rebecca
Irvsin, Maria Lawreuco, Julia
McCarty, Mrt Mulliuix, S L
Morris, Addio Moore, Nellie
Mahonuy, Maggie S Mack, Miss
Moloney, Mary Robinsen, Hirri.tt ti
like, S E ' Spragu, Adda
Smith, Ann Sargent, Llbble
Sottlernire, Maggie Stlttt. S
Testier, Mlnniu W abler, Alice
Woodin, l.ucretia Welt, Jane
Ilibb, Robt S
Hoyle, H E
Crew, V A
Davis, James S
Gallaway, J 11
llubar, Ja A
Martin, J F
McClusky, Cbas K
Fattridgn L A
lticherson, A J
Smiley, James If
Weavor, C H
"Welch, ' Jefferion '
Kaarot, G W
Ohio, N D
Hlno, G AV
Johnston, A 11
Leonard, S IS
0ment, Chal W
l'hiUipp, J A
Riley, (L A
Shepherd, J M
.oinle, John C
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