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OFFICE, BtTIjI.Bl'riW BTTII33I35r3-, COE. 13TH BTEBBT A.3STX3 WASHIJiraTOir A-VEJiTTTH
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OFJCITY AND CODNTI.
mMllac aaaf ter t-jr page.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH-Klijlitrenth street
between WsMnlatrton and Walnut.
Meeting every (Sunday at 10 s. in,, and 8
Sunday school at S p. u.
Prayer mertlBBvWeelacsday evening.
PUEMUYTKK1AH JBklt Street.
PrMbUtf , BaboaU. at 1M a.m. and 7) p.m
Prayer raeetlug, Wednesday at 7 P. m.
lebbath Behoof, 8 p.m. J. M. Lansden, Su
perintendent. Ilv. II. Thaybb, Pastor
M KTUODL8T. Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sts.
frescoing, Sabbath at 101 m- and 7 p. hi
Craver aaeetlBjr, Wedntday,74p.m.
Habbalk .school, S. p.m. I.. W. HUH el),
Buperlntendent. Rbv. K. I TuoMpaon,
tinracs or tj, redeem wmei.W
nrnlnr praters, fiabbaih 104 a.m.
Kvaniaa braver, it p.m.
Babbaui scnooi, v i
Rbv. K. CoaN, BetUr. '
T. PATRICK'S CUUHCH-Nlnth at. and j
I'uhlle service, Sabbath 8:14 and 101 a.m.
Vespers, -7. p.xn.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
(service every day, 8 a.m.
BBV. r. J. O'HaLLOhax, Prlsst.
T. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (German,; cor.
tier of Walnut and CroH riirtl: ,
Man, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Mate during week day, 8 o'clock a. m.
RKV. C. Hormaw, Prlett.
ntniu.u i itTiivu M r-llltllr'll I.Hh
ITT nBll II I.U.'UN.M. V..UHVH . -
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. , , ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o clock,
babbath School at 3 o'clock p.m.
Kbv. U. Dl'kmciimbu, l'n tor.
rOKSO MEV8 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting aecond Monday
each aaonth at their room over Rockwell
Co'a book (tore. Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. at
the too a,
L. W. Stillwbu. PrtfldenL
BECON'D MISSIONARY BA1TI8T
CHURCH. Corner Hy.auiore and Korty-
am streets. Preaching Habbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Hunday School 1 o'clock p. m. ....
The church In connected with the tlllnol
Association, by the Hrt Millenary Hp-
tUt Cburcb ol Cairo.
Hv. Solomon I.boahi, Pastor.
twecn Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
He'ibeth School, 1 p.m.
Class meett at 3 p.m.
SECOND KREE WILL II A PTIST' Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Bervlcei Sabbath, li and 3 p. ra.
Rbv. N. Ricks, Ptor.
rBEE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
HAUHATU fcCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. 0 a.m.
fIJWTrREK wUl BATTLST CnCRCU
Bervlcei, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A .1 p. m.
Rkv. Wm. KKLLKr, Putor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTWT CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Nwth and Tenth St.
Preaehwx Sabbath, 10, a.m. and .4 p.m.
Prayer meeUnjc. Wedaeaday evenliif .
ud Mary Steuhena, Hupetinienuenw.
BECONH BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
7,..t. h.tween Cedar end Walnut. Ihe
only Baptist church recognlied by the A-
ServlcesXabbatb, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rrv. Jacob uiudlbv, Elder.
CAWO Mali No.itRJiSur Convo.
CAIt MaoHall, tho aecond Friday
OMW cFiIpTEH NO. 71.-Begu.ar Con
vocation Masonic Hall, on the third
laiWmntunlcatlooe at Masonic Hall, the
Mcond and fourth Mondays of each month.
conu an ODU-FBlXOWB. n tA
at KXANUKK LODGE, W aieeie m uu-BW,-ta
Artir'i building, every
fturtdey evening at 8 o'clock.
GovernorJohn U Bcserldge. ,
A$8tJi uS-CTE. LWncott.
'State Twmirr--Cwpr Uatz.
Benatore-Blchard J. Oglcrby and John A.
"lEpaentatlve Eighteenth Dlstrlet-Dacc
MEMBERS OKNtRAL AH8BM1ILY.
s7Mutiea In the Wth dlstrlct.
JoW. Ob'y, Win. A. Lemma and Math-
,w J. lBeKv. . ,ii.irlrt.TeWaro.
Indve D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
8UtS Attorney-PaUlck II. Pope.
Clerk-R. 8. Yocum.
WmriMafun-i2iMor and Treasurer.
1,11 coimvv couut.
icUua-5!' E. McCrite d S. Marcl.U-
ClerK oacou .
Croner-John H. Oosaman.
Comptroller K.H. Faiua.
Attorney-H. Wataon Webb.
VMagistraWi-F. Bros and J. J.
?tre.t'Com.llon.r-U. J. G.IHk.
USS'KHe. Force-A. Cain isnrnt,
v Twhttcamp, Phillip Helm, Chas. Mch
OABD'OV ALDKIUrtN. . .
ward-Ulram Ruby ana d. u
? ffld ward-ttirtnaB Myri and Wood
WThW ward-John McEwan and F. Kora
mfen waid-O. F. SeUli and M. J.
MFUth waVd-Jno. H. Roblnaon and Wm.
O. Moms. -
far raiaiBg the achool btilMiDg,
Slaeteenth and Walnut e. ""7nicr Wi
TOCOHTRACTORS. . . t.
propotaU will be net
if education" of the city of Cairo.
vha whole to ba nntsnea, iiaiw;1-"! i mi race omi. i - - umu voi.w.-.--. -
Tin Mcordwce with plan. nP?clflcAu befor. noon, and th. track having dried ' hai been Inttltutod ag.ln.t tb. city au
fcl.n.tt fA-VoBorfore offtoBstobolnverygood condition, U I tboritl by .ow. ot our bo.vl..t t.i.
Metday evening, July 7, ueit. at o
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
THE LAST DA V OF TIIK WAL
WORTH MURDER TRIAL.
THE JURY AFTER A SHORT
ABSENCE RKTURN TIIK
"WE FIND THE 4iiI80XKK
OUILTV OF MURDER IN
PRISONER UTTERED NOT
HENTKNCE TO .HE
New York, July 2. Inthe WalwortL
caio Diitrict Attornoy Plielpn concluded
hU argumrnt for tlio prmecution. .Mr.
O'Cooor for tie dofeoio then tnado iov
oral rouetU to tbojudgo to charge the
Jury, including one that he charge that
the facta ai proven do not ihow a deliber
ate purpote to murder; that If accused
believed doceaied to b dMtte, it mili
tate agalntt the theory of murder in
tho &rat degree ; and if tha act
wai the rrsuR of terror, it wai not mur
der in the tecond degree; that ai four
ihoti wera firJ, the prisoner wat only
comcioui of liring three, and a no proof
it given which nf the four was fatal, tie
Jury must acquit; that if he was in stato
of epileptic Insanity, ho was not respon
sible, and if be wai in a stato of terror
which overcame himi tho jury must ac
quit. Without delivering the charge tLo
court took a rccesi.
Aftur roceis, In the Walworth trial,
Judgo Davis delivered his chargo to tha
Jury, and called attention to tho new law
under which tho trial has taken place, and
wblth makes it ncu'sary that a aellberate
purpose and prnmeditutlon should exist
before a terdict of murder in
the first dsrco co'ild be giver.
Judge Davit said if the jury were satisfied
ffom ,be evidence, tbnt young Walworth
, ' ,
came to New York with tho intention to
murder his father, then tho crime was
murder in the llrst drgree. Uut if the
crimu wat commiltod in sudden manner,
in an instant, ttion it would be murdur in
the second degree. Judgo Davis contin
uing, said that the defense iniorpoted was
twu-fold, that the priionor was insane at
the timo of tho act, and secondly thai the
act wai done in selt-dei.nse. Tho
second he proceeded to comldor, and
warned the jury that there wttro no such
crimes known to the law at parricide, or
matricide or '.fratricide, howevir well the
namet might be used in common conver
sation, nor was this court to take In to
consideration the laws of ancient Greece
or Rome or China, whore special laws
were enacted for the punishment of those
who killed parents In the eyes ot the law
ibis crlrno was grenlor than tha kill
ing of a ttr anger, and therctoie the same
rules wore to bo adop'.od as in a trial
fur tbo killing of a stranger, and the prii
oner is 1011114 to the same consideration
regarding the question of justification
Ills honor charged, however, that tbojury
should not regard tbo fenn which the
prisoner entertained for the life of bis
mother, as they could not he regarded as
any Justiflcatian for his crime. They should
only regard those fears, which were per.
sotial. Tbo law did not make It justlflca
cation when killing wai done through
fear that tho lifo of another was in danger
Tbcv could, howevor, consider wbelQer
the fenr for bis mother's life wai in
danger, did not give fear for his own life
Judge Davit concluded his charge at
half.nast four, bavlnir occupied a llttlo
over tbroo houri in Its dollvery, wber
upon the Jury retired. Tbo prisoner was
then romoved into an adjoining room
whore Ills friendt surrounded him and
mailed the verdict. At t:'ii the Jury r
turned to court and Judge Davit wai tnt
for. On hi arrival the roil wat called
and tho jury wore asked if they had
agreed on a verdict, to which their fore
man answered : "We have. W find tha
priionor guilty of murder in tbo second
The filcnce which was prosorveJ from
the entrance of the jury remained unbrok
en for several minutes after tbo verdict,
neither tha prisoner nor bit friendi utter
ing b ilnglo word. Mr, O'Conor thon
whispered a word to Judge Davis, who an
nounctd that he would tutpend sentence
till Saturday morning at 10:30. The prii
oner waa thon taken to tbo Tomb.
i uniCAGO, duiy m ram wuicu n.
cetsltated the pottponement o tho morn
l. at lleitar nark to.dav. naaaad
WM decided to go on with the afternoon
proiwmme. Although stilt cloudy tb.
,ttind.0cB was fully .qual to that of
GEN. HOWARD WILL COURT A
THE OFFICIAL CIRCULAR OF
THE ILLINOIS RAILROAD
AND WAREHOUSE COM
AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT TO
THE PEOPLE OF ILLINOIS.
COMPELLING THE MACOUPIN
COUNTY AUTHORITIES TO
LEVY A SPE
o. o. now A 1111
WisitlNtTOV, July J. Gen. HowarJ,
roforring to the various reports concern
ing him in connoction with the late man
agement ot the Freodmen's bureau, de
clares he never mlsappliod one dollar of
public money. Tho morr.ont thero shall
be an ofllclal charge he b&U demand court
martial as the moit effoctual means of
clearing lilrnnlf of every vetlgi of un
Til AT CIRCULAR.
Si'itlsoriELU, Ills, July 2. Stato reg
ister to-day publishes aa ofBclal circular
of the railroad and warehouse commission
ers, iu wblch tho now Inw is conatruod b)
the commissioner to pormlt railroads to
makb special rales with shippers who han
dle largo quantities of freight; that the
law applies to freight coming in and going
out of the slate tha same as local freight
in the state; that where two or more
roadt owned by separate companies are
connected so ai to form ono continuous
lino, these roads are to be rated a one
continuous lino, andjthe same rale may bo
charged as if one road owned the entire
line; and that railroads under the new
law cm isiuo excursion, commutation and
thousand mile tickets. The circular is of
much importance to the poople of Illinois.
SrRisnruLP, Illinois, July 2. A mon
damus was ordered to-day by Judge
Dttvii of the United States circuit court
compelling the authorities of Macoupin
county to levy one per cent, tax to pay
o3 a judgement of $1GC,000 on account of
the new court-houso dobt.
London, July 2. ipeclal from Mad
rid says there U great alarm In th city
in conspqueuco of the menacing attitudo
of the Irreconcilable, known to be In-
trigiog for the overthrow of the present
government. Troops are concentrated at
stregi;ic points, and every preoption it
takn to promptly suppress any outbreak.
Called upon Gladstone yesterday, and in
the evening visited the chamber of peers
and the house of commons, remaining
some time in both. To-day he will take
his farewell of the queen.
Ottawa, July 'i. Tbo loiiowing ar
rangement of places in tno caouci nas
been effected : Alex. Campbell, minister
of interior; John O'Connor, postmaster
general; T. W. Gibbs, mlnistsrof inter
nal revenue; Hugh MacUonald, minister
LoSDoN, July 2. The Hank of Eng.
land forgers came up to-day lor final hear
ing. Tne examination was concluded aad
defendants committed for trial.
Tb iteamship Wisconsin takes out 730
Mormons for America.
IUkux, July 2. 'Ihe Emperor Wil
helm will depart for Em to-morrow. The
noxtday be will go to Gasteen, and it is
exnected he will visit Vienna about the
end of August.
Leave soon for his estate at Versin. He
intends to remain until laic in the
Havana, July 3. A telegram from
the authorities at Santa Clara announces
ih dlinersiner of a band of in
n.onm naar that Dl&CO. by a deiBCU-
ment of Spanish troops.
Nashville, July 2. Six deatbt from
rholera in thlt city to day. They were
cases tbat bavo been lingering for a day or
two. Seven deaths from other causes.
Weather favorable for the decroase of
TEK C1IOLBRA CASES.
Ciscj.nsati, July 2. Cbambor of com
merce will hold no session aftor to-mor
row, till Mondayi Ten death from chol
era reported to the board of health to-day.
ONE CASE RXrOBTXU,
Littli Rock, July. One case of ipori-
tl.. rholera repotted to-day. This is the
HKvruis, July 2. lllx intermontt from
. ..! si A
Columbus, inaiene, wijij a.
' payar, to enjoin
w.tar-work. bona, on the ground that
, $63,000 b.rrtofor. wld, more than Mw
l.tDuyAFoMs, Juno 1. A very wore
rain storm, with heavy tbundor and light
Ung, provallcd bore last night, doing eon
Mable damaee. The residence of Geo.
W. McLaln wat struck by lightning and
badly damaged.,. A daughter of Mr. Sic
Lain, and another young lady, were teri
ously Injured, tho latter, It i feared, fa
tally. Wheat and corn were considerably
AI.M0BT A TORV.UJ0.
Gicin&'ati, July 8. A very heavy
storm patsod over part of Preblo county,
Ohio, this morning about 8o'clock,damag
ing wheat crops. At Camdon, In that
county, it aasumed the proportion of n
tornado GO feet wide, and cams from a
southwestern direction. In west and
northwest parts of tbo village. Ijousm.
stakloi ami if, and tone wcro demol
ished. Tho Methodist parsonage is a total
wreck. Other buildings wore unroofed,
and sustained other injuries. No ono was
WAni.voTo.v, July 2. Probabilities
For Tuesday in Gulf and South Atlantio
states rising barometer, southerly winds
and generally clear wealhor. For Ohio
valley and Middle Atlantic states south
westerly winds, partly cloudy and clear
In vmthor. In Now F.ngland and New
York southeast and southwest winds,
warmor weatbor and local rains. In
Lower Lako region partly cloudy wcathor
and lighter wind backing to southeast
erly during aflornoon. In Upper Lake
region easterly winds, higher temperature,
numerous local rain, in the Northwest
southeasterly to touthwotterly wtndt,
higher temperature and ponibly light
New Orleans, July 2. Flour dull;
XXX V T&(5,7 60; family 60(3,9 60,
Corn demand good, mixed 55c; whito 60c;
Oils C056lc; ilran quiet 05(;57c; Hay
choice scarbe, prime 2223c; Pork quiet
but firm, Mes $10 "6; dry salt moat dull
houlders and clear rib scarce 7-9Jc;
Hams choice in demand U)16c, Lard
quiet, tierce 8j(2,9c; keg Ojfa'Oo; Sugar
and Molasses no movement, Whiskey dull
Louisville 91c; Cincinnati 9Cc; Coffee
JEMFn! July 2. Cotton firmer, good
lCICJc; low middling 17J18c. Flour
quiet, $3 S0fl 60. Corn steady, 65
67c. Oat 304c. Ilran $ielb.
Pork tteadv, fl7l" 25. Lard, tVerco
KT'Jc. lUcon tltf; shoulder 77c;
St. Louii, July 2 Arrived, DjBuque,
Si. Paul; Beaver, Illinots river; Johnon,
Neokuk; liulle Memphis, Memphis. De
parted, Lake Suberior, St. Paul; Johnson,
Keokuk; Grand Tower, Memphit. River
falling tlowly, but the Missouri river It
very high and still rlslnj. Very heavy
rain here for several hours this morning
and another rain is about to break over
the city. , , ...
Evaj-ss-ille, Juno 2.-Cloudy, with
ilebt showers; mery 78 to 88 River fall-
cue and Geo Roberts. Kown: Grey k1c,
Mrv Ament. Floronce Lee, Idlewlld,
eenerally with good trips. Uusinoss light
foet canal; 2 feet chulo Partly cloudy
and hot weather, liustnest ami. vr
rived; Lucy Bortram, St, Louii. Do-
parted: Bertram, Cincinnati; uiencoe,
MKurnis July ueranea: jamcs
Howard. New Orlesns; Mary tioudon,
Lotiltvlllo; Colorado, tit Louis; Common
wealth, St Louis. Rose 5 Inches.
W eather ciouoy ana noi.
Little Rock, July 2.-River falling,
3 feet 8 Inches by g age, Arrived, rort
Gibson. St Louis; Weather clear and hot.
Mercury 89 decreet.
V.. IVI, , r .InW 2. Tho river it via-
Inc slowlv; six and a-half foet on Her-
enoals. No arrivals or departures.
VlCKSItCRO, Julv 2. iown, .vi.
Wolfe, Bismark. Henry t-lo ana none
ihr.i.nnrL (Mnir and warm.
uivpivviTr. ju t s. niTer i i
Tl. July 2.-River 7 1
rising. Departed, Chi
Inhni n,l rliinir. UODaNed, uusruiur,
New OniEA, July 2. amVn
Derjarted. Paulino Carroll, at. i.ouu.-
Clear and hot. ......
PlTTSBORO, July 2. in. Jionongauoi.
and Alleghany riven aro bom rising
City atlostal "!.
ipecial altsotioa paid to order Irom i
boat nliht or na
at immium ADrw,iWA
wood niTrBsaou.. & bro
18 OHIO LBV KB,
S. I). AYBftS.
K. J. AYBR
AYKRS 4 CO.,
p L o tr B
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ho. 79 Ohio Lvm, Uaibo, Itu.
Our Home Advort&ora.'
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
iaJ Af salt or
Onto RIVBR AMI) KA9AWUA
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
MILLER A. PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUB, COHN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SOALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
COFFEY. PACE k CO.,
r o at w a b is i af a
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, Cbmest, Plaster, Iliin, Etc.
No Ohio Levr. '
SjBTI will sell In car load lots at uunulac
Hirer' prices, adding ITelKht. 4-2-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
Literal AdTanceroaul made
apon Oonflf nmnU.
Are preparsd to receive, store and lorward
fielabls to all point and buy and
all on eommlsiion,
BVBdsIbm atUaded to prnmpUvi
JOHN li. PHLLIS & SON,
(BueoftMori to John II. PhlllU.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS.
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TINTH-BT. and OHIO LKVB
0. M. ALDEN A- CO.,
FLOUR AND COMMISSION
Vo. 136 Oaio Levee,
CARBOLATE OF LIME,
PERMANGANATE OF POTASH,
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHIH STRlif
ZSTO. 74: OHIO Xjlsi-VBHl
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
The Saint Charles Is w c-U and widely known a the leading and
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN" ILLINOIS
And In all the appointments of n flrst-ctass house, hu no competiorin Cairo, aad no supe
rior In tbo Hato outside of Chicago.
Tne .siint c'lnrcs f built lu the most solid and substantial manner ef brick an Ires, U
four.torles In liellit, e.velmlvo of basement and attic, ha a frontage of ! fees .) the
Ohio rher, leel on Sevund trrt and a wing lor nillnary purposes : la thorough repair
and will roinfiirtabl v nccouuuodatc '.'00 KUestH. Is now doing a One paying business, which
will be larvelv fiicr.Wu during the preset year by the new rallroao new kelog built Isto
Cairo, and iio.o depots will be In close proximity to the house.
r.irllen wlslilntrto eiiaffo In the hotel business have now an excellent opportunity to
pureln-c the entire property. orone-thinJluter.it with management eflhe baslBesfeylB
clitdiii furniture and good will, omrry reasonable terms, at low figures, and easy pay
ments Address: . ' .
Or G. W. COCHRAN,
41 Pel dido Street, New Orleans.
Dlarrhora, DrMBtrry, Cholrra Merbus, lam
uirr rompUlat, Flux. Chlldreo's Trcth
lu, and the Orcat PreTcsUv ef
MACrUIBE'S BSNNE PLAWT.
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Industrial Exposition !
THE LEADING INDUSTRIAL
FAIR OI1 -A-IMrHHaXCA.
The fourth exhibition will open Wednes
day, Septembers, and continue until Satur
day! October , 1878. Ooods received from
Auguit 4, to 30. Exhibitors should make
UUO cdliio aprUcstlon lor inacc. 7-M16,
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FOR PAS3AQK TICKBTC
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VPPLY TO JOHN O. DALB,
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large stock is kept constantlf on"'haad at
f Corner of Twenty-second street I
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M. D.OUNTEK, .
CHOICE STEAM-DRIED CORN MEAL
In lots to suit (he trade.
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