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JOHN U. OBKKLY, EDITOR;
THE BULLET I NI ,h9 d'J rter tb trial to declar
. n '"uoccnl "Rti, and thereby
STHEET A.-0
"W-ASHINaTON-
-A.vartr
OUll OHUROHKH.
CAIRO ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. MCKMBKR 28, 1873.
CUUIUTIAM CHUUCH-F.lgbUculh street
-betweeu Washington and Walnut.
Meeting ovcry aunday nt 10 h. iu., and t
p. IB.
Bunday school at 8 p. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenlnc
I'RKBiYTJCUIAS-iaatUi Street. K
t'reachlng, Habbath at 101 e.in. nod 74 p.rn
1'rarer mestl.ir. Wailnav at 71 n i.r
flabbeth Behoof, 8 p.m. J. M. Lansdun, an
BZHUXSiy1' "v U' Tiu ybu, l'astor I
HfiT110l)lhT.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8Ih. 1
Preaehlng, Habbath at 11 a.ui., and 7 p. in
SSJ&WiSff- Wdneaday,74 p.m.'
" i . -wuuui, o. p.m. I. W. U,,WJ.I
l . . a .... I
MIXED.
A CLEAR CASH ON BOTH SIDES.
riuperlntendent.
raaior.
U1UKCU OF THK
1..
Hv. J. L. Wali.kh
pal.)
Morning prayen. Sabbath lot a.m.
fcTsnlng prayers, 7 p.m.
nabbath School, V a.m.
Washington Avenue.
FubUc aenrice, Sabbath 8:10 an.l 101 .tn.
Vespen, 7 p.m.
habbatli School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
1UV. i J. O'IiLL0lu., l'rlcst.
T. JOSKFU'8 CUy.lCU.-Ocnnu?) cor
imr of Walnut and .'nu .ir.i. "
Mass, overy Babbatb at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. to.
Ua-ia during weak davi. H n'rWir .
v. C. UorwiA. I'rien. ' JJred in
. . LUT'Il:"ANCUUKCH-13tb '"ie In tho
w.iV... ...... " inw)u Avenue and I oe low tb
UK DID KliOOT THE OLD MAN
AND HE WON'T.
Uxcinjuh, Dicember l'JA curious
caio wa on Tuesday of this week decided
oar Cincinnati. ro,uItlnK In tbe dlimiual
;?i'.","!,V,i0 WM !Hi being
and l-Untiflud , H would-lu aisasiln. Tbe
circumstance, wbich Id to tho charge
are in brief 'm follow,: On tbo night of
tbo 36th or November an old Gorman
M."-i.Jo."',h lUrme- livia lono ?h.
.... . i 111 hi ill nitttttiluirhw..! . I . ...11
e Kluaver j
r dlirnl. ti t
fie charges and tot tbe prisoner free. j
J'lLES FAVKK AND OAM II ETTA
AT THE UA.AIWK TRIAL.
A U tter, dcicnblng tbo proceedings at
tbo irianon on tbu Ultt of November,
coot. Ini tbo following : To-day M. Julu.
vr wai examined, and gavu bit cvl
donee vltb roat clearness and 'tirm-Mnri.
account of tbo Interviews whleb bu
Hit
Jiis':i.t.ANr.oi'H.
T.V.'ilAM LINK'
t.itpMHi !. Turk LJ l'LI!l.ln,,.
rUoainahi)) Uompany,
VUnniHHION BLItt'll.l.NTN.
l lll'k
wcit of Cmcinnail, waa.bot down and loft
for ded bj ,, wl)ln ,ltrule, ft
"I1U IllBlillURil na I.'. 1.1. if 1
1 bo attack whi cowardly and blood-
v,.,r.iy. oeinB made upon an old man un
f'uo'i, and una ibotbelni; Hrtd aft,r tbe
Victim wai .I,,.-., U':...
.nri-8 01 which took eflct
0 arm, one In the cbeck, and one
0 ear. Two balls 11111 remain In
rue old man, .
undjet b.illvandl likely to live for
many yu.t. to come. No motlvo lor tbe
deed i'n In. 11 1
m . - .i..ii:i nil iiarriiiim Tin. Pn...
CKU uuuu 11 I n 1. 1 r rnnm nu .. II ,. I . 1 1 nwn mm .rif.iiiv r.n ni. ... ..... 1 1 .
. V. Mtv. .wv;ivti'u 1 , .. wv.iii ii rAkruruinari
wi?k,ur'',Co.,mnercl1vjnu- ,jr ,ncB"ivo man, and, until afiar ibu
S 1 "tr mMUo. 11y. 7 P.". I comminion of the crime . . Z'
K.riJ,l'ro.ldeBt. I '".L' .If. . A. If,
Hi!!!!? Pun''7 pornin,. at J0 o'clock.
wnniiiwim mi 2 o'clock p.m.
IOUNO
ltv. C.
HEN'S
liuciwciiMRii, i',:or.
initio 1 IA ASSOC'IA-
iu-neguier meeuiuj aecond Monda
tbe room.
K ECO NO uWK r. ' '" pepernult';.,, .om'o rcA
CHDUCU.-OornerHyeamore and Forty- J 1 'iV, i ' n lr. -.interior tt
tb at 11 7 "" preit lurtea tbe itory tbst 1
,1 i"91- i'reecbluc Babbatb
v un . in. Mij 6 o'clock p. m,
nunaay ocnooi 1 o'clock p. m.
The church U connected with the lilloaU
AaeoelaUon, by Uie Klrat MlBrionary Htp.
tUt Church ol Cairo.
Umv. Bolomon L.oXAkD. 1 it ir.
AjriUCAX MJCTUODIBT.-Koune.Ltli, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Berrlee, Babbatb. 11 a.m.
Babbatb Bcfaool, lt p.m.
Claae maeU at 3 p.m.
IKCOND MIKK WIU, JJA1TIBT--Flf.
leeuStfeet., between Walnut and Cedar.
Serrleea Sabbath, lj and 3 p. m.
1 u. SiAie.4 uuals mission
. "fouuii, (corner
and Cedar Btraau.
Sabbath School, I a.m.
con
0
Wulnut
U..U..OU perruuea Harm..' community of
bi poaiiini; fundi lately received from
Kuropa Tbe poi.M.ion of rundi wat no
en . bo.x than wa. the it.t.ment that
people iupnoitxl be n...i.n..i .1,.... ...
. a , . -w-.---v a 11 Till. VJJ
tbn evening or tho crime. Frederick Kle.
ver, wbo llvci at N. 'jriC
I and who Iia boggage-maiter on tbe Cin.'
, w 4i.miiion ana Osyton rallwar.
, ol bli homo in tbli city, inarmed of
Tlt lkAV CK A HO X.I
lanBlnB over blm. rJtralifbtwaT, Thun.
Jay murn nr. NuvamK.P7 .f.' 1 . '
though jrra'.
o- ivtituJ Cnoilull In fff.
uau with UUmarck wua liitontd to wllb
great attention. When be rtpcalod tho
wordiln which tbo 1'iuiiian miniiter ex
prci?td bit firm opinion to M. Julo
iavre that Manhal Ilazalnu did not
conildor blrnioir bound tn obv il,u
t'ovcrnmont or tbo national drfne a
prolonged murmur cuno riom the
uijdloiicc. Immediately afttr boaring tbi
wltneu, tbo court, at ihi rti;icit of tbo
proiecutor, conduumul M. Hognlor, lo
Hnoor 100 franct, and all tho mom
beri of tbo court put an their cocked hat
wbllo tbo Duj d'Aumalo read tbo ion
toiictr. A moit uniatlonal witnen wai
tbon callod namely. M. Oambotta wbo
was dressed In a black coat and black
glovtf, and spoke sitting In an arm-chair
lariln$ over tbo red volvet
oar, noioing nit bat under bis loft arm,
and gesticulating whb bis right band.
His rich southern voice was novor tnoru
c-fffclive. Tbo picture bo gavo of tbe en
deavors inadu by Inn government to entor 1
mi" communication with Hazulno of tbo
ai wim wiiicn ttic Tours delegation pub
lished every rumor which could pos
Ibly lo construed favoratlv to tho
Slarsbal or add to tbo popular faltb In
blm and, finally of the ajonv expo
rleuced by tbt (Joveroimnt onUarning
tbe tragic rato of tbe great M.U Array,
wuu Brfi power ana painor.
Tbo public were held spell-lound by his
alternato patbello and pissionalo elo
'luonen, and the braatblou silence which
reigned in the ball whllo be apoke was
brokin' only by tho stiilled grosn which
indorsed tbe opinion be so distinctly ei
pressed respecting lvalue's guilt.
lUH til. HH,-1 ally IMTtD ITltf
ll'JIIIMUtl
Kur tWrjm tfit Mult
FOll I'AHSAOH TlUUKTt)
o tmrnsii iaattiii
F1LV TO JOHN (1 Ar
if Hf...i, N,w.roik. mi.
II. II o up t ,
MISS A. 1'IIU.LIIS. Mks. I..T. Ukiocs
PJIILLU'S &BRIGGS,
Fashionable Millinery
AND
COUJIEItCIAL. AVENUE, 1ILTWEKN
.M.M'II AM) TENTH STS.
11. a. moms t,. o. 'I noma
, TliOMH Jt UUOTUKR,
Sutcewari to II. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HU0KER8
Mill Ilil.KS IK
wile and Inner UratMlu,
Ferelguand Domestic
-fa'. triTa -A.3r:D rtrTa
18i Cotamorclal Avenue,
OAUtO, . ILLINOlrJ.
1188
wmL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
GOODS AT PA V t n Tin r-ttnr.
- .ijuuu, rm
Wholesttln iitiil T?oin;i r,.i .
wiiuu i-iuaiBi- 111
en
H'AA Met rk . 1
W wmamvm WshW akaX V UUU
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Clotl.
Upholstery Goods, Window Similes, Dmniwk, Cornlshe
MILLEK A I'AKKKK,
0 KNKKA L COM MISSION c'u -
-- " I IIU t,UBIja
WMbrs tbe nubile tn lin lnfnrttii.it ft.r. t. . a
any la the Southeast, and that h la ,Vo i "r... . . VV.. .Vl. ."2SK.ot V00 teaitv
1 l.tl 1.1... -...I l ... . ov..
Bierr xiipif. at nHm.. iah....i... ..
ue win natiifv . .... 1.... 1.
lM-tf
J-CTT'i Baxraeka
' Berrfoea, BabbaU 11 m.m 8 p.m. A 7 p. m
Mjedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
1 7,.: zzy- ""itv lyt m. ana 71 p.m.
vening.
nUxtcr
ho fut out to prove n albl. And now the
I curicus part of tbo story comes in aad
hc-,0 inturt,ted in tbo history and cur" -ity
or cr moaro inU,l i 1
trnblo mystery. Ai soon as lufflciently
recovered to conr.ne, Harmes makoi i
plain itralgbtforwardiiatomont of th0 af
I.Mr, a statKfnant fmm .k'.i. . ..
lait Monday, and after a most rigid crosi
oxim.natiou. ho did not twerve one jot or
title. Hii itatomont is corroborated In
overy particular by that of his wife. Ho
Kleavor, whom for nlno vc.ri
nlmost intimately, came up to hi,
just as he bad come out of tbe barn and
said, .Good evening, Joe." when bo ro
'ponded "Good ovonlm- 11 rr.
...... 1 . ai-
Convo- ""'" i".n commenced talk ni?
f about the pr Ico or vegotables, (U.rmei ft
gardner, renting his small place of twenty
fRNCBAllCr.
c. ixn ug jiesV"
G EX Jill A L
INSU11ANCE AGENT
OFFICE:
UM'.
Oblo Levee, ottr .Matbui &
."HMr wcaf ever
1 l'reachltur, Friday evenlxur.
1 Sabbath School. U n m ir
and Mary Stepheni, Superlnundenti.
nmv. i, j, Suokca. 1'a.lnr
SCOND MAITCUUKCU-Fourte.nth
tStr.eL between Cedar and Walnut. Tho
jHo'c.llon,,t hUrCb by "the
enrleeisabbaUi, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
I lurv. Jacob Ilium kv
tiT-Vent iut
llpTtrnttd.Xjui,
J'int'Claa Cvmpanie
8KCRET ORDKltS.
INSURANCE!
CHrABLlNHEO 1S3H.
HAI-'FOBD, MORIlia & L'ANDEK,
J5. P. PAKKEK,
'HucceMorto I'.trker.t Ulale,;
URALKII I.N
PAINTS AND OILS
VaruWlim, lruaIic,
WALL I'A1KR,
W 1 XsTTD O V7- x A fj w
WIKIJOW 3UADi.
a lb Mcibmio 1 illunilaaltt
AURORA OIL.
.iuobh luillinij ocd lira t a
coi
WARD & ROHKRTK,
DBALEhS I.f "WlMDOW SHA-bBB,
Waj.l Pai-jck, Paul "Wiiitz
Law, L.INJIKD Oil
ILLUMINATING OIL,
SriniTs TvnrssiTiNB, Glij
Shkllxc, Alcohol, Etc, Etit.
i'tVVAltDlNOJtllKOlJANTb
itts 1
un.Ai.KH in FLOUR, CORN
Oats, liny, olc,
AOKNTri ron FAIKOANK'5 yUil.JJ.s
Ohio Uvee. IJAIKO. ll,I.IM).-t.
(J. I). WILLIAMSON,
W1IULESALK 0R00EK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer La
BOAT 8TORE3,
AUDUBON
j ,
No. 76 Ohio Lere,
OTSpeclal attention
tuentii and tilling orders.
CAIRO, ILLS.
gtvtn to (.oaalgu-
II'X it
T. rtird
W. fitratton.
STHATTON & BIRD,
VVJiUJ.ESALE GROCERS
ASD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Asents American Powder .Company
V- r 1 ... . J
.10. unio Lerve,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAREFULLY AND PR.OPR.LY PREPARED.
Tho kcalthfulne of tliw nrt!,.U ... i..i r .....r,
ULiCK lllitim fiiiii' w 1 , , r' "-lviau iwJtu&jROUINS
unAUK H HUb IJIRLMIhd.antl all other soft bill bin!-.. j-.
Sh 7. 1 8at'MaCt .U- Hir,U not 0,,1y rclis1' i. but ?ccm to improvo i.
health, in plumairo and 11 none. Ir lu n. ... .1 . improvo la
wild state.
CAUTION AS lnlllh rsf t Vir l.ls.,1 ,.. a
more to the cheapness than to Inequality ol tbu jiiercdlcntV
i"g a binder they s.iue. to pun-lias, nunc b it An f. m. v !
country, la made
ta Hied, wo uiIvI.h
oekln lllrd Food.
with as ay
anyone kav
8IVei)art!il ami for unl
f.nie, bj
0 in bottles, ami bulV, at rrUi! ami whole-
y. i. itAYiiuna.
1. C. L'UI.
120 Commercial avouu.
MAT11USS& UUL
AMU 0E5ERAL
Oaiiio,
THE MASONS.
OilU COMMANDEitY, No.
Illinu,
A47.m.bl7 ! 100 Asylum Masonic Hall,
1 ?HVW. Moly In eaob month.
13. Huted
llrtt
I NSUR AK CE AG EjNTS PlAJfi -MiLLIiN'ER Y GOODS
JKO COUNCIL. No.'il. rtt-L'iil.r
I ,atlon at Masonic Hall, the second
a each month.
1 mu CUAI-TEII No. 71.-Kcgular
kkjiuc isau, on uie
"3 Ohio L,rti-b,
CIIV WAIIO.VAL
HANK UfclLM.fO
Con
,!-. I
'Uaavlav nf iv.n m..ik
r. UtO LODGE, . 337 F. ft A. M.-Kegu-,
r CeauaunlcaOoni t Masonic Hall, the
ed asd rouith Mondaya or each month.
TttK ODD-FELLOWd.
iXASVat LODGE, J3 MeeU In Odd
Uowi Hall, in Alter1! bulldluir. every
-1 Sureday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS,
.ivernor John L. Heveridgc.
euinanuovornor
jretary or State-Ocorge H. Harlow.
. Editor Of Hl.tf.f' V I Ir.r,t.-..
iij to Treasurer Caaper Ituu.
el' Fr!'.e,9eneral James K. Kdsall.
pj 't FubUc Xnstructlon-Nowtoa llstcmsn
EI CONOUESSMEN.
X asora uienaru J, Oglenby and John A.
resenUtive ElghUenth DUtiicthacc
i mts.
? .EMBElta GENKHAJ. AJjSEMULY.
"1 resenuuves In tho &oth dltrlet
n 11. uouny, win. a. l-emma and Math-
1
Inscore.
tor for tbe 60th dlstrlct.-Jesao Ware
COUNTY OFFXCE11S.
1 cmcurr coukt.
r;e D. J. Ilaker, of Alozandor.
' Attorney Patrick U. I'opc.
k-H. S. Yocum. '
IsT A. IL Irvln.
, Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
,yor Jobu 1. Hely.
I COUSTY COUHT.
js-'F, Bross.
latita J. K. MpOr4t an.l u M....1.11
...j . ... ,u.imi.
. .1 l T..A. n t -
I ' . . . I .V
nV 'ier John U. GossmaB.
UojluNlOlPAL GOVTCKNMKNT.
Bd,!'-JohnWood.
0 ii'irsr u. a. cuanlns-ham.
wller K. II. Falll.7
ust
T
ud
nd
l-Mlchael Howlov.
tey H. Watson Webb.
Magistrates F. Uross and J. J.
1
JandChlcforPollcB Mi.ii.i.
u suuiia.iuiior 11, j, UHinean.
Cain sargont,
C'bns. Mehnui
(WLeri Folleo Force A. Ca
. . a. 'I' 11 ... 1 .. '
-jv::
.ji'n
Hi
t
BOARD OV ALDBRMKN.
iaru uiram uixoy and
J. M.
Herman Meyers ud Wood
ohu McEwen and F. Kors.
ward-C. F. NeUls and M. J.
(ird Jno. II. Uoblnson
i
and Wm.
acres from Kloavsr's brother), finally
DKIfTINO 15T0 CAMILV A ITAIH.
and discussing circumstances and events
which It would seem absolutely Impoisi
tie ror any man but Frederick Kleavor to
bo familiar with.' Harmo's wifocame out,
and she. too. narticinmtri in ii,., 1
sation. y or a wtjole half hour Uie parties
were togother, when Kleaver said that be
K"'"K iu spenu inankiglving with
his mother, who lived but littlo way
rrom Harms s homo, and so ,ti
Harmej and his wife went into the hcuse.'
and had only sat down to supper whon
a tiistul iiint ii n....i If .
boon after Ijsrmes went out lo invtt.
.. ,BU wim norno he
had been but a few moments before con
versing, and whom ho knew to be Krod
Kloavor, camo towards him, ,nd, without
rY. 5? W.0' fl.rs.ed U,on him- wi,h
result and in the manner mentioned
abovo. Mr. Harmcs camo out, KTn ,
... u.uuu.w,,rtlT wretch fled,
leaving the old nun '
WKLrCRIMO IK IIS BLOOD.
Neighbors camo running in, physicians
wcro summoned and a visi,nce p.rtr
started in pursuit, or in search of the pe"
petrntorof tho crlmo. ti. .... .1. .v....
tl, .,-...,!. . 7"" uoui
.... u, a irumess one, but tho
wifo told of hariOAlm. Krn.l ifi-.'.L
I . n - .v ..iii.igriniKe
tlio attack, Bnd men woro then dispatched
tuSlnclnna. KI'V: w..PfoSnd
v naming HIS re8t I T
when ,f " . 'n
m Vi 0 ,chrK were mad. known to
....... un uiuimg me wire or Harmes
nau given tallied exactly with the ftnnnnr. I
was accomplished. Ha wai n
to bo overwhelmed with ...i.i. .
and fright, and after the visit to Dlhl, as
. vf ii . urgau
C0LL1CTI.VQ ntS W1TKIISIS
to prove his albl. Hi, ttep-brother, a
medical undent in thu city, swears to . be..
nS wlthFrod in hi. o-J'hoii. see
Georgo .tre.t, at 0 o'clock i th, evening,
tho time the crime wai committed. A
,..-.u,...iU,u(Kiln mucity, a Mr. Ad
UAIKO, ILIJS.
r
Vbe oldest established Agency in Southern
iiiiuuu, representing over
SGo.OOO.OUO 00 !
it. i.th?cbtlt Insurance Capital
United States.
ritK.SH KAI.L HTVI.r.1.
MRS. M . JA0KS0K,
(Formorly Mrs. S wanders,)
announces tint ho hai just ononed a hr
aaportment ol tbe ' ' r
Commission M
K II C HANTS
ol tbo NEWEST,
IIA.fUfl
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
I liMlrud
OITY
na)' at, mas.
osricB or
NATIONAL BANK. OAIRf)
orricans :
A. IS. 8AFFOUD, lrosldenf
U VkoXjldeutj
U. UxSLOl', Seorotar and Treasurer
MOST FASHION A BLI.
Lawks Iukmshino Gooi.s, Notiomx
Collaks, U.vDKn.sLitvs;s, Kurrs,
A.nd goods lound in millinery stores all
;.,r.,, ,icKson rcsi.eetrul v
ask-, a continuation of tbo pataonage wblcu
ha been so llbdally bestsowed u ion l"r by
thu ladies ol pair and thu vlslmtv. 7
C. W. WHEICLKR7
DKAI.BRB IN
HAY AND WESTHV Pvimiinii
. . . HVIMILi
OHIO I.KVBE.
JOHN 11. 1'liLLIS & HON,
iSaouMiors to John U. Plillll.,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
74 OHIO IsEVEE, - SIGN OF THE GOLDEN UON
AND
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGIITII STUKKT.
(sio.v ov Tin: citv.ST.vi. .mohthr,)
O ssti !, Illinois.
i mm nur nam!
Ulnrrhira, DystnWr, Chalr i
incr J omplalnl, Hut, Chlldrei
M arhn.
. f 1. 1 1 .1 .
Inc. and me (Irral I'rtrcBllve IS
Asiatic th.Ura. "
MERCHANT
TAILORING
HACTOIBE'S BENN2 PLANT.
. V. ""MlJ ".fOSirtJ u ll V.'i iu,!LV;iitW
wai.L 11 1. bi..i..i ti-. f 1 mH.iaiai. aw
furkli&eil .oliiBt.rti. h. r.i
-nr
ural.tti .oloLUrllr kj Cl
: - - nii.i. .r ik. . . . c . .
FOHWAKDINO MBBOUAKTrJ
JACOU LEHNINO,
e. I uxai Lxfratr.
"".sr
I (tDs r;i
j lUNuet. tti
Dialer in
Cu.j. UituB.a
1"ACI. 0. Bcuiu,
H. P. lUiuui,
aisaoroaj 1
C ti. IJlkCLii,
P. II. bibcaiLita,
It It. UcaaiaaBia,
a. I'HILUM
upnuuqt sus Atuossnii,es. i
A peretot. per anaum, March 1st and ttDtm.
dataly lolhe principal orthe deposits. Ikerab.
sIWok them eompound Intern!. F ' ,,r,tlT
WAJD WOUIH AND OniLDABN MAT
DBP08IT alOKIY
VSAV SO C I LSI 0A IS1W IT.
.pi"."7' huslnsi- day from S a.m. to 8 r.m
.-.,.To;iSfk!or BAVIN0
"0', W. HTHI.OP. Tre.s nr.r.
IHE CITY NATIONAL
"WOOD A. 7 ID
OFFICE AXD
Icnth .Street, between Washington
Lomuierelalauimes,
COAL
VARl) :
nud
13 A.UTK:.
OIIK BlalDIlfU.
lATBONIZK
iLETIN BINDERY,
JVWn IT TT 17 T a
, . rT inw us BU SiOUiS,
l0'M .
ctpEIi AND BLANK. BOOK
0VLl AN nfAOTIIRK W
o 1 iOOUS of erery description done
avor P1 UPftoh. ' All kinds of
bt"!j at short notice. Bibles, Music.
runj.,nd l'ertoaieals bound neat ami
rfeoJJ possible iatec
I... .I.Al. II.....I. . V . .
.i, awvii a. nivuiui. I'OUavlS
(cket Boki,Eavelopi,cto., marff.
u-st.
Uerly. mads oath at tho proliminary' trial
on Monday ait that ha v...i t.-I. '
in. his stor,at tbe corner of 6th and Mound
im " lh" "8I',.nfJ of November 56,
Kl.avn11. f ,Sh equalnUnc.s cC
Klsavor s sworn ii.,ilil..u
"V'l'tl. b.tw..' the" hour." of
4.30 o clock and 0, and evena.lsteai T,
thny saw and snoka with - V,..i..ii. 1??. -.'
vor, and saw him on Fifth st. in the sity!
Hrf-nn,,1M?1 lo,,, fr0B''" "Cine of tbo
"....w. wimess cou d bi produced
wbo could testify against an Prou,lc,u
iurnoAciiAni,E obaraotih
whioh Kloavor had always sustained.
b " not
v M6,., u i mi wimisses: further-
more somo of them wra not of pur-
-"'er. , 100, claims to
u iimnnos, so mat a purpose to in.
juro him cannot be said to h .1
UilHO,
CAPITAL,
11.1.1RUIR
100,000
Mu.l.irTn.rll,l'Iy. of, l'lurg and Big
.Muddy coal c..intamly on hand. StovJ
jood rawed to order. Vlrders ror tea ot
"'"' ioIi-'I at tbe otbeo on n?u
tsre et. Terms. eah on deUvcry.
Cairo Rox and Basket Co.
Dealers In
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
llAItls ASSD SOFT.
Keep couslantly on bairn
I'LOOWNH AND HlDINO, ALSO LATH.
nlr HollrittHi.
Wll.t. AND YARD CORNKft THIUTY-roUIVTU
SrKXKT AND OHIO LUVSl.
OA I HQ, . 1 1. LIN 0 1 H
DEALERM IN HAY IM.lt 1V nii-s Tke largest line of cloth snd piece goods
.aiiniva i MAI, UOHIS, OATH, I or the finest quality, and greatest v.Vrlely
ever brought to this aiarket. These goods
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac,
AGJENTS FOK LAFLIN AND HAND GUARANTEE GOOD FITS
...... unu vur An 1 ,nd ,nttr, ,Itl(.etl0B lu eTCry re t
We alse keep a Mil and complete stock-o
I.Va. Tkmtii riraavr amd Oni.. Lnvae OENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
uiao.ius. READY MADE CLOTHING.
n ,17iui5 " inr5,llou.3,ailUK.l, ,to
v. Uliuwji. I I t
GKNEHAL COMMISSION MKKCHANT
I
miJi.11 aiiMri .r.rrwl.r.
Tus. tuis S iiasoaw M4
ohn Q. llsmiaa.
. h. 1'l.rupp
ad dealer ti
JOHN tj. HARM AN A (.'()
LiM,o-s1MT,rI.ATisHA,a.E,a haElAXj ESTATE
80 t
W( f. HAU.UJAT, rresldestj
HKMRY h. HALLIDAT, Viee-Praslds.,
A.B.eUFFORD,Oa.hlsr
WALTiR HTftliOr, Aselsttn Cashier-
One-witness swore to seeln
wiiutn apnoaranco enrrainnn, .
with icie.,-. .wTi.icr.i
i,;r.. ;:-.L,."",,, uF Bu y near
man
exactly
tho house on the afternoon priccdine tbe
shooting .d yet could not declare ih.
taactsasi
Oao. 1). Wiiaiastjos, STirnn Brno '
A. B. Sirroao,
r-ssssaTss, Coin nasi Vutua ai ,
smaa Bobt ausd Bold.
"yagsSrA'r' t"""rl Uakln.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OV OAIM,
ue
man to b Kl
R. W, . MiLijut, I'reitdent,
r,-.:1!?1 Vice-President.
Cha. CDNMiMonAM, Cashier,
eavar. All Vi. ...n
taken foe !, ..... " .1 V" , ':""ony
, - uu ior 1110 usiense was
cIor- .twInlUforwRrd and convlnclnr.
and ol the listener at an ultor lis fir
ojnolmion. Tbe luttics before whom the
preliminary examination took Dlaeo. bow!
Idl.vVr'ni: .!S! Li?. 'f 30OTIONB PBOICITLY MADB.
a i1. "-sv eiuisUlUllilF OH IDS)
part of tho old man and wife, or somathi, .
ujaiery mrmer tnvettleat 00 HV"""". enla, bank notes asd t).n
JtlOU hlmsair "' seorfebooht and aoM.
eiwrewi aiiosscU n Tliuti poell.
whoso mysterv Turtbar
would only decpon, took It upon blmi.lf I
B. F. BLAKE,
(.Successor to H. T.Gerouhi,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Gas asd Stkam Vtvx Fivrios.
4Ii(IME .) ANUt.K VALVU,
LEAD l'H'E AND TUMI'S
OUANDILIERS,
"I'BNDAN'JS,
UKA0KET3,
QLOBKS, ETC.
too city or iurroundlug countrr.
HKOB xltAlCK.
18a OOKMMBOIAL AVIiJf ijTf. t
, ISTI will sell In ear load lots, at
lurera' pilues, adding Ircliht,
-AM-
inaiiuti
4-9-tr
J. M. PIIILLIl'H,
Forwarding and (rujii8i'on
MKR0HANT.
ae
H UAtr.BOAT FstOFaiJiTtm
OOLLIOTOIM
CONVWYAJfCRI,
NOTAl'.US ri) L
j ".."."w.."'" srsciric f . . ,,
i. i.ituku utiunu r .iioa.1. aa u
1 liPOll WILL
prepared la forward all Kla U ol Irelrtii-.
to aU points.
Huslnsss attended to prouiptly.
N. 11. Thistlcwo-,.1. V. J. Thlslewoed
THISTLE WOOD X LU,
cr.vsrMAl e
n -
vyUMMJSSloy AI K H CKANTi j
DRii.rua i.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 78 OIMO LKVEB.
L'aiiio, . Illinois.
If
A4 Iskktl Afvhtfiwt' th 1 Hi.
1 sa-sl llsie-li-kl III. s .. ,.
mmt iiuiiiaikDi biiii Jllia-tllll 1 Iflllliil.l s
nrala !r, fbirt m, ami eHU s.tN
l Jt" " ? ! ! e U. Ui.l., "t,w, SMt MSla
r...r '"'"r aiKai.ti.a ar . aiVaaS.aI!l?l2;
Mau.l. trtr .r.fiiua ( is. Lii'its7.V. aa!
lTf
I. . ... ( i:"l".i?;- L.l.... r.la. la tia I
', ',"".'.""" ".. lrr... IIihM.., arte Bti n
' "-uaiu., IMltilfl, aiUrf.n... ..I J.laB.a.. 1 .
i ll,lai..lr.dr,il.il.!Mw,piMV.,rirariiLI
OH Sana, an .5
.ii.ni:KK.
W II 1TE COLLAR FLA NINO Jl ILL
ei:.a. 1WL...L.
I.U...J r lu ....
ceml rr elrcelsr to J, at C, SSASiriSiaL
Si'aar ef Olive and Becoud sta. j iZSTJi
T. N. KIMRROUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
COI1NRB or
Tesslh; street nud naaklaloa. Avesine.
XsTAIl kinds of Jobbing work done on
short notice, and in muu ni . i ..... ...
.ini-u ... i,.. ;i. " i-
rrAI.rr.ni, r-r.irleiM,
fsia.i-
LLAKI.ANU SOFT LDMiiltL'.
AMI.
LATH. rJHlNOLKS. C'BIIAK I'OS'IV
D00R8, 8ABH, IILINHK
K It,
0LHHH SOLIOITUD
St a AM BO AT Lumu
Parulsbsil on sburtett notu
Ooumarcial aronuo, Utwcen Tenth sal
Slovouth ttroots
OjI?,Oi TIiliXHOTO
PLANTE1VS UOUS15
onto i,r.v
Itulwuen Fourth ami Sixth HtreiU.
JOHN (JOOKEL, . Pnorajwait.
This house h.Mlng recently undermine
borough rcp r., ami addition mor. tbM
, twenty goo.l .ledaud well lurn sftJrooaS
, lmlng been a. bled to It, is uw Snpmrf
hnn,.;.,.! ,. ,7. 7." i r."'! " ae
... I.i ..i.l . eioie is ai
reu L-i
pllc.l with the
sertcd up In
i icrms reasonable
nll..lnil
i.f.. .... :. r.,:-'i,u.-
..... .... ,.,ai aaerus,
the went ar.rjroTait ...
A share ot patranasrsi
ll.iair
A- J. ROE, M. 1).
vV,c,e"v,)' Thorns .t llro'.. grorerr store
Ml III"

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