ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUE, LOOM1S & CO;
Takes great pleasure la announcing that
they mo now prepared tontipply everybody
with lake lea of the very best quality, cltlirr
at their lioue or at the ftorcs. Onlwn
bould hb left nt tho olllte, So. CO Ohio
IIP. ICE. ICE.
TUOMAft RPRrtAT &- SON
Wholcnlo and Uew l,fft,c" ln
rOHB LAKE 1CK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky,
Cairo office at Union ,fc Wilson', corner
Twelfth street ana umo icvcc.
We will mn nn lco wagon throughout tho
ea!on, delivering pure ltko ho In any pMt
rf tho city at tho lowest market price, and
(.111 also lurnlah our friends outide the city
with Ire bv th rake or car load, pacKcd in
ww diiKt, for unlpmcnt to any 'i1,n":' .,
m 6 O-20-tl
At Wilcox' block, at much lcsi thati
usrual prices. -liS-O-fi-tf'
Wood Rittenliouso & Brother
Geneiial Commission Mhhciiant,
13 Ohio Levcc, Cairo.
II.AVaHH. fJJ. AYKK1-
AYKKS & CO.,
GENKH &L COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 LavKK.OiuoOilRO, Ir.iJi.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
l'reprcparcd to forward nil kinds of
Freight to all point?.
tarilUJlncM attended to promptly.
ii. A. Thorns l. v. Thorns
THOilS k BROTHEH,
Buceesotr to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BROKERS
Btaiile and Fiuicy (Irecerles,
foreign and DoractUt
184 Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO. . ILLINOIS.
And Dealer In
Lime.Ccmout, Plaster, llair, fcc.
..w. HV. a, UIHSIfVIK 111.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON.
(Successor to John II. l'him.)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COU. TENTH ST. ii OIIIOI.K Jlli,
MISSOURI STATU LOTTERY.
Lioauibd ut 8tat Authobitv ahd
Duawm IM Puulio i St. Locib.
Qrtnd Single Number Hohemo.
Clam 0, to iik Drawn March 31, 1871
6,880 Prises, Amounting to saoo.vw.
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of , WO
Tlokets 10: Ualf TlckeU, &: Cjuartu
TiokoU, 1 60.
uor ioiwimm r turuiH vj u suit,
Jr; onwu m ut uco Bma, tna all drt
ioz u nadr tb npMliion of aworocon.
The i4UUI doolDg will U puUlihed In the lit
Wl "i.d' 'nul Kheme the lul day cf ocry
uonlb during iha eac '
. "ll.ttA, hy vnx ,uonr c"s" 'lf
iMcd Uucr, dufi c, ,,,,(tM. KtndfQriUtuLr,
UUKKaV, UI.I.KI! Ac tAJ.,
CAIRO. LOCAL IfEWS.
Somebody to take from m a thousand lull
hcnd, good paper uud tlncly pnuli'd, lor
One thousand statements printed nt Till'.
Hui.t.KTlN olllce for W.M.
One thousand nolo hoadd printed nt Tit
I ni i.i. kt in olllco for 1.00; tvotliu-ninl lor
Oiinlhouinnd bll'IncM card, linn llrlctol
hoard, printed nt Tin: IIui.lutin olllco .lor
from ?'J.rfl to ? 1.00, according to i-lo.
TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1874.
OiiAncoAL furnace ut T. .1. KkutiiV.
CiiAnroAt, In any quaintlt to mil
purchator at T. J. Kkkth's. 87-ClO-lf
Call at Stuart & Oholion'a thli week j
It will pay you. 30-C-28U
Kon Salk. Low to Olomk Conbiun-
mknt.A lot of bacon, shouldorr, sides
andbumi. (It) Halliija v llito b.
STUAitT Ac Oholion are clorlng out thoir
stock of uminor goods at prices that will
needlly - ---
Tho largest aiiorlinotit ot summer
hats and caps In tho city and for less
tnouoy at D. HartinKn'H. CB-O-ia-tf
A I.i. tho day boarders in tho city can
bo accommodated nt tho Ut. Charles
hotel, with Urst-class board nt second clues
D. Artkk V Co. nrojust rccolvlnt; tho
largest and beat assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, barnesc, etc., over brought to this
The largott and best-setcctod stock
of PUKNITUKE for snlo at wholes!j
and retail by II KM It Y KICHIIUKK, Mo.
115, Commercial aronuc,oposlto Huvoiitli
itrcot. "I C-17-3m
Moricr; The moniker of tho Cairo
Casino aro requcttod to moot nt 8 o'clock
this morning, to attond the funeral of
their lato brotlior A. Kschbach.
33-0.301t It. V. JlKLZNElt. Kie v.
Hand Mketi.no. Tho inmnbora of tho
silvor cornet band aro licroby tiotillcil to
moot at tho Arab cngino house, tlm
morning at 8 o'clock, sharp, for tho pur
poso of attending Echbach's funoral. Uy
ordor of tho president.
Tjik Ciituua. Old John Hobinion's
circus was well patronized yosturday, tho
great canvass being crowded, both after
noon nnd night. Tho circus is tbo host
that has visited Cairo in yen re, and do-
erved tho pulronago it receivod.
UiLWAUKKt Bki;i!. A frosh supply of
tho best .Milwaukee lagor boor has just
boen rocolred ut tho rianturs' houeo and
will bo on tap at !) o'clock this morning,
Hereafter Mr. llucfner will cot an oxtru
lunch from half-putt 0 to 11 o'clock each
day. - 2'J.0-2(i-t
Mot 1'i.KAttKD. Vienna pcoplo are not
ploaiod with tho accommodation train put
on tho Cairo and Vinconnos railroad for
thoir bonoQt. llor merchants complain
that it is drawing too much trado away
from thoro, and turning it over to Cairo
I. 0. O. P. Notice. Tbo brethron of
Aioxander Lodge I. O. O. P., aro noliflod
to moot nt their lodge room this morning
at Hi o'clock, to uttond tho funeral of
their late brothor, A. Xicbbach. Tran.
slent brethron aro cordially invited to at
tond. Uy order of the M. U.
Tuts Kvjcnino.. Tho second of tho
series of opon air concorls will
be given this overling by tho Delta
City band, at tho stand at tho cornor of
Tonth stroet and 'Washington, nvonuo
Tho next concort will take place on tho
up town stand, which will bo completed
EbCiniAcii'b Fun kua l. Tho funornl of
A.ii..nr Uaulibacn wm taKo piaoe at v
o'clock this morning, from his lato resi
dence on Seventh stroot. Tho Odd-Pel-
low,, Arab II ro company and tho Cairo
Casino will bo in attondanco. Tho
funeral train will loavo from tho foot of
Eighth utroot promptly at U o'clock.
A Siiootisu ArniAV. Dr. G. 1). Hni-
call bud n difficulty one day in tho early
par; oi lait week, at Mound's Junction,
wttti an Illinois Central railroad eoetlon
hand named Jack 1-inUly, In which tho
latter wus shot in the tlosby part of tbo
arm, near tho shoulder. Tho wound, it
is said, docs not appear to bo a vorv kerl-
0l" ono- 11 WM druuod by Dr. Morton,
who uiu noi uoem it best to cut out tho
The UoKuunuiA. The Conconli mni;
tng socloty will givo u Krand muilcl.l
concert at bchoelihall to-morrow uvomiii;
Tho exorcises will consist of vocal and In
strumental music, etc, It is to bo ho put
that tho Concordia will receive tho pat
ronago it desorves at tho hands of ou
citizens. AVbenover callod upon to do so
tho members of tho suoluty cheerfully
turn out aod render their services
free of charge, and now that thoy propose
to give an entertainment for thoir own
benoUt, it Is only fair that thoy should bo
voll patronized. Tho prlco of admission
on Ihia occasion has been fixed at fiOconts.
Still Axotiieu. Tho Mound City
Journal' of last Hturdy says ; "Tho ar
ticles of Incorporation of tho Mound
City Homestead and Loan Association,
authorised capital 1600,000, were filed in
tho circuit clork's olllco of this county fur
record yeiterday. Tho incorporator are
II. H. Ollddcn, J. N. Keece, .7. A. Dickon
on, L. K. Johnston and J. AV. Johnston.
Who they aro, or whero thoy reside, we
are unublo to say." These aro aomo of the
same men who tiled tho article of incor
poration of the "Alexander County Hank
of Cairo,'' in tho clerks otlloo u day or two
dace. It seems thoy havo go&u Into the
banking buiincis on a grand scale, and nil
It ts snpposod, for too purroso oi t pocuiai
ing in charters.
"Wamt lti To ltKsiii.v. Tho lawycri
of 1'illaskl county want Judge Kombolle
to rc'iign tho olllco of County Judge, not
on account of immorality or misconduct
but, on tho grounds of Incotn
potoncy Tho Mound City (Jour.
nal' ot Saturday gives this do.
scriptlou of the aconu that occurred In tbo
court room on Friday last:
"Judge Kombello's court adjourned
l'rlilny until the next turtn In course.
J'revious to adjournment the docket was
bleared ot civil cases, the attornlcn by
rfgreonient taking changa or venuo to the
circuit Court, costs to follow ultimata ver
diets. Iinmodialelv followinc aJloarn-
in on t, a seono transnirod that nrobahlv
was unexpected and painful to Judge
Fombollo. Ho was waited on by
a committee of the bar and others
intcreetod. and asked to roticn. The com
mlttco consisted of Geo. Alortz. Kin., Jas.
Andormau, Kio.., and Mr. Dan llogan,
and runrcsonied a mooting hold in tho
morning at Crnndall it Iiincgar's oilier;
which meetini; conslntod of tho com
mitten named and Z. 11. Watkini, J. II.
Crandall. Lewis Hmlth, II. (1. Carter,
John Mncgar, It. L. Ulon and T. 0. Ken
nedy. Mortr. was sbalrman of tho tuoetlng
Tho sentiment was unanimous In favor of
nililne tho resignation of Judge iom
belle, and Judge Smith, Davidgo ana
rid coon wero vouehoit tor by persons pros
. . , , . . i. . ..... n . .
om ns uoing lavurnuiu w tuu ibiiiu.
chargo was mado reflecting upon
morality or Integrity of Judgo Komhollo
but hi. retlgnat.on t.?rt,. rn
ceircd tho commltteo aolocled to watt on
him kindly, and informed them bo would
resign on recolpt of iv potition signed by
two-llftlis of tho voters of tho county.
What further will further will bo done ln
the r alter has not yet developed.
I). AI'.tru & Co. aro Just receiving the
1'trgcH and best unortcd stock of saddle?,
bridles, barnois, etc., uvor brought to this
Dit. Schunck'h 1'ULMOSIU SYRU1', oKA
M'kkd Tonic, and Manduakk I'ill.
Tlicne mcdi'-Ines havo undoubtedly per
formed moru cures of Consumption than
any othor romody known to tho Amori-
can public. They nro compounded of
vogetahbt ingrodient, and contain noth
ing which can bo Injurious to tho human
couriitution. Other romcdies edvortUod
as euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which Is u somowhat danger
ous drug is all casw, and if taken freely
by coniomptlvi) palionts, it must do great
injury, for i't tendency is to conflno tho
Liurbid mal'or in tho systom, which, of
coursn, mutt ninko n euro Impossible,
ciieiick' I'tilnionic Syrup Is warranted
not to contain a ptrticln of opium: It is
composed of powerful but harmloss herbs,
which art on tho lungs, liver, stomach,
and blood, nnd thus correct all morbid
secrotions, and cxpol nil tho diseased mat
tur from tho body. Thcao aro tho only
inoatiB by which consumption can ho
curod, and aSchenck's l'ulmonic Syrup,
SenJWoed Tonic, and Mandrako Pills aro
tho only inwlicinca which opornto in this
way, it is obvious thoy aro tho only gen-
ulno euro for Pulmonary Consumption
Each bottlo of this invaluahlo modicino is
accompanied by full directions. Dr.
Scbenck is professionally at his principal
omco, cornor sixth anu Arch streets
Philadelphia, every Monday, whoro all
letters for advico must bo addressed.
ITALIAN NIGHT CllLK
PI USX ANNINEKSAKY OP
On tho evening cf July 1st, at John
School's hall, to commonco at 8 o'clock,
Admlsion Gontlomon, CO conts; ladles
Tho programmo will consist of spocchos
in English and German ; singing und
dancing. All kinds of refreshments in
Everybody is cordially invited.
Tickots can bo had at P. 0. Hchuh's
drug storo and Schlosingor's gallery.
You aro heroby notified to aisomblo at
tho onglno houso this morning, 30lh Inst
at 8 o'clock, to attond tho funoral of our
lato brother, Anthony Eichhach. By
ordor of tho company.
Wood Kitteniiouhe, Socy. P. 1.
A GKEAT SACKIFIOE.
Twelve yards gronadlno for $1 and
many other goods at similar pricoa to bo
bad ut Diiniol Hartmnu'. OH-CllM!
Ten pounds of brown eugnr for $1 j
poundu host colioo sugar at $1, ! pounds
f cholco huttor at $1; baking powdor '15c
por lb i Imperial toa at $1 ; 3j lbs cotTeo
fl.at Wilcox's JUock. 107 iM-lm,
On and alter tills date all persons urn
nollUud not to gtvu or 6011 intoxicating
n ,uor. u my husbanu, riiornau Sullivan
and not to harbor him under ponalty of
tholaw. El.I.KN SULLIVAN.
Cairo, 111., Juuujn, 1871. 'il-CSB-Ot
MOT 1 1' IS.
All pdrsuns wliuto liquor licenso ox
rims on July 1st, next, are hereby notified
that their bondit must bo exscutod and
Clod In my olllco on or before llio lit day
of July, ns thoro will bo a special meeting
of tho city council on that or tho ensuln
day for the approval of said bonds.
Will II. Hawkiwh, City Clerk.
Illinois Central IC.ui.uoah Co.,
Caiuo, Juno t!C, 167
Excursion tickets for tbo fourth of July
will bo sold from Cairo to any othor
station ami return nt one and ono-flfth
faro. Wo will commonco the sale of tho
tickots on Friday, July 3, and dtscontlnuo
on tho doparturu ol tho ovening train on
tho Ith. Tickets good to return till tho
(lib, inclusive. Jamks Johnhon, Agonl,
D, Aktkh Ai Co. aro just recoiviug tho
largest and best aborted stock of euddles,
bridle, harness, etc., over brought to tills
THE MURDER OF ESCHBACK.
A COLU-HLOODK DANI)
OF THK DESl'KHA DO
Sunday last was a day of unusual ox
citumcnt and commotion in Cnlro, and
such scones as occurred during that day
and night wor never boforo witnessed In
tho city, und Is to be sincerely hoped
never will bo i -In.
Two men, b L good citizens and highly
citoomod by tt Irnoighbors, wero buttled
Into eternity v.thout warning or adnto
nltion. Two linos wero mado doiolato,
two wives inao widows, and in tho ono
caie one, nndl in tho othor four littlu
childron nro relbsd of u futhor's care nnd
MUlUIBIl'ol AMDY K..C1IIIACK.
Tho murdor it Andy Kichb.iek, which
occurred nt abjuthalf-past sovon In tho
ovoning, was ot.v of tho most deliberate
and rol'l UlooJei liiiit nu unuinit in
this part of lira stale, and naturally
enough croHtcd intense uxcltomont
among his frfoni and acquaintances.
Mr. Kschbacr. htd boon to Villa ltidgo
ATTESD THU FU.SEIIAL
of Herman lllan'a child, and whon tho
train roturned t) the city, wont directly
from tho train w his brbor shop, whero
hocommonecd t put things to rights and
clean up so that he would bo ready for
work when ho wint to tbo shop on Mon
day morning, khortly oftcr, probably
not moro than Lvo minutes after Mr,
Eschhack openid bis shop doors,
Dill Guplon, a steamboat pilot, nnd a man
N0T0UI0U8LY HAD CUAniCTEU,
cnterod tho shop. Just what occurred
aftor Gupton went into tho shop is not
known, but ho had been thoro but a vory
fow minutes whon pcoplo who woro In
tho vicinity of tho shop hoard
TWO KHOTS KIIIID,
and a moment after saw Gupton backing
out of tho shop door, and just na he
teppod outtido ho was seen to flro tho
thirl time, tho ball striking tho
glass In tho door, which KichlacI: wastry
ing to c'oso. Thon pushing the door open
Gupton flro 1 tho fourth shot, pointing his
pistol Into tho shop. In n fow so:ondr
KtiaillACH CAME OUT
of tl.o shop, and said to some men near by,
"There is tho man who shot mo I Catch
him I catch him I" Mr. Al, Uoightman,
bartndor at Lane's saloon, camo out of
tho saloon just ns tho lust shot was fired,
and seeing what was going on, ran up to
Gupton and attomptcd to tako tho pistol
from him. Gupton resisted, and Height
man und he had a tinsel, in
bich Uoightman siiccocdoi in j
getting tho revolver. lly this
Umo quite a crowd bad gathorcd about the
cornor, and Ollkor John llogan coming
up, took Gupton in chargo and took him
to tho city jail. Aftor Ischbackcamoout
of tho houeo, ho
WALKED DOWN THE SIDEWALK
as far as Ohrli. Anthsre meat shop, eov-
oral timoe saying, "Ticro is tho man who
shot mo 1 Catch bin. I catch him!" Ho
thon returnod to tho shop and lay down.
A numbor of his frlonds gathered around
him, and seeing that l o was badly hurt,
sent for Dr. "Vardnr, who arrlvod ln
a fow mlnutos, and at onco administered
to tho wounded man's wantt, but ho died
in half an hour nftorvards.
As soon as Kschback was doad, Coroner
Gossman summoned a jury and pro,
coodod to hold nn inquest, and Dri
Wardner and Parkowero callod to mako
tho post mortom examination.
Tho following witnesies woro sworn
and examlnod :
Josoph Saurj, Jas. J, Lano, Henry
Lattnor, Albert Uoightisan, Kobt. Lory.
Jai. Casslday, John V?,. Corn", John
llocan, Thomas Coyno.tA. flotto, Jno,
Joyce and John MoNullj
The following is thetubutanco of tho
Mr. Uolto t of titled :
was sitting on
ol my saloon ;
tho Sixth stroot fronll
heard a shot in door of I
hop; turned towards
which tho sound ol the
ichbuok s harbor
ho plnco from
shooting came ;
saw Etchback run to th
left bohlnd tbo
door that don't opon: pinion, tho maa
thoy havo in jail, shot Urn ugaln, stand
ing within two stops o! Inn ; Ptchbaclc
then rnn back througi lit shop, and
as ho parsed the ' llrst chair
Gupton ehot him again ; hen Gupton
was standing outsldo rl?H against tho
dnnr, but w UoUIng ln0 tho harbor
shop; thon I saw Joyco con out of Lat
nnr' door, Latnor after hlti mid Esch
hack following Lattnor; llden't know
wuutuor uscubacic camo out if Lattnor
or his own shop i when EiclAnck cot out
l... m-t I 4 t i k.. " .
no turn, (luuiwin; i, uuiion : "Ilioro is tho
man who shot mr, catch him, tch him;"
thon Gupton was potiing tho
pistol towards Joyce, Latli0r and
Eschhack, trying to cockth0 ro
volrer ; Eschhack went down far as
Chris Anthor's hutchor shop.l baylnu
"Uatch him j catch him ; thoro u Bio man
who shot me;" saw Helgh.ma cAno out
of Uno's saloon about tho imo Jfichback
was crying: "Catch him," md cuagbt tho
invuivur, biiu I'uiiuu ii liroillU j aW UUp-
ton fall and Uolghtjiiin besldo
him; Sauer got in about
tho samo tlmo; aid thoir
wai wrostling i a big crowd o: peoplo got
around and llogan took Uupleaoll'tojall.
Mr.Caiiiday toitlflcil Wai totting in
frcnt of Lano's saloon this oveniog ; was
loeking down the stroot towards Ksch
bock's harbor shop ; heard two shots ln the
hep; i man backed out of tho shop Just
aftor tho shots woro flrod -, iuit as bo got
outside tho door ho stood up against the
inmo ot tho uoor anu urou
another shot Into tho shop; think
Etchback was trvlne to shut tho door Suit
befcra tho third shot was II rod ; I think so
localise I saw tho door como to aftor tho
man hd backod out; faw Gupton shove
the door open and shoot into tho harbor
hop; taw him then stop back from tho
door two or turoo stops, witu tuo revolver
in bis hand cocked.
JolinMoNulty tostilled : Uelpod take
Gupton from tbo city 111 to
tho counlv lall; tm
to know of mo how Eschba;k
was getting along; wixntodlo know If I
thought ho would dio; I told him ho
(Eschhack) would bo all right In few
days; ho said : "I wish tho O dd fel
low wouldn't dlo, because I wouldn't lixe
my mother lo know anything about tho
scrapo;" I asked htm how it camo
that Andy and him got Into n futs ; ho
aid he was tilting In Andy's shop funning
himself with his hat; said Andy caught
hold of him and commonced shoving him
out of tbo shop; said Andy klckol him ;
then ho taid ho shot him ; ho romatked
to me, "You know G d
d d well I wouldn't allow a man to kick
mo if I had anything to defend mvtolf
with ;" kopt remarking, "I with ho wou'd
get all right;1' was acquainted with Gup
ton two or threo years ; ho is n pilot.
Henry Lattuer tostlllcd: 1 saw Wm.
Gupton como out of Lano's mloon nnd go
Into the harbor shop whoro Etchback was,
who ha I Just come from the funoral; I
hoard a tioito In tho thop as If thoro wat
scuflling; I hoard throo shot!.
Albert Uoightman tcUIIIcd 1 ap
proached Win. Gupton, who was pointing
a pistol at Joyce, and caught tho revolver
with my right hoivl in tho center; I trlod
to bend bis arm back and throw the muz
zle up but could lint do so; ho then turned
on mo with tho plttol and poinlel it at
mo, wuon i pia:od my other hiinu or the
rovolvor, and threw tho cylinder out into
my hand; I then caught tho muz
zlo of tho rovolvor In ray loft hand; I
put my right foot botweou hit knoes end
tripped him and ho fell and 1 with him;
Andy was standing nt tho door when my
attnnllnn was attracted to Gurtiiwf
poito to mo, ijiiK i. ",imi uy that
man,' meaning Guntun. The cyl
inder was hot and 'melt of powdor and
smoke as it camo Into my hand, at if ro
cently ditcharged, 1 examined tbo cy.'.n-
dor niter uupton was arretted, nnu ttiot i
was three chambers omnlv. I hoard them
Itobort Lory tcttllloJ : Had Jutt loft
Korsnieyor' Hero on Sixth; had got near
Hartman's store; hoard ono shot: whon
1 got near U.h crofting of the Vincennot
track I hsard another c hot at if in Etch
back a shop ; Gupton, after I heard (ncond
hot, wm standing at door of shop with a
revolver in his hand, pointing it at two or
threo men ou Bldewalk; got cloto to him ;
Al. Uoightman and Saurs had Guplon
down on sidewalk; in tho meantime John
rtogan enmo ; (aw Hogan havo frame of
rovolvcr In his hanil, nnd lielghlman nau
cylinder in h't ; saw Eschhack nt front
door; ho (aid to ma: "I'm (hot. I cuoit
I'll dio; that man, shot me," pointing to
uuptsn; Know uupton; ho is a pilot.
A numbor of othor wltncstos wore e''
nmlncd, but their tettlmony was only a re,
potition of that given aboo.
Tho evldenco having all bon heard,
and Dn, Wurdnor and Parkor having
concluded tho pott mortem examination,
tho jury returnod tho following verdict
We, tho undorMgnod juror, sworn to
inquire Into tho death of Anthony Etch
back, on oath, do find that he cumo to lilt
death from threo shots llrod from it pittol
in tho hand of William Gupton, and that
the shooting was dono without provocation
Tho verdict waa signed hy all tho
Drg. Wardner and Parker suhmlttod
their report of tho post mortora examin
atlon but wo failod to get n copy of tho
hilolbo pott mortom examination
was boing mado a largo crowd gathord
about the Iront doors of tbo harbor shop.
und tho lynching of tho murdoror wn
frcoly ditcueecd, and it was ovidnnt that
a ctorm was browing, ami unlets slops
wero promptly takon lo check It,
flUI'TON 8 NECK WOULD 8TKETCII.
Shorlll' Irvla know this fact, and, al
though doing it quiotly, was ac
live in making preparations to meet
any omorgency that might arite. When
tho pott mortem was ovor nnd the doc
tors had mado thoir roporl, tho verdict of
tho coroner's jury was mado up and tbo
jury dismltsod. Thon tho crowd began
to scatter, but not for tho purpote of go.
Ing to their homes. Knots of men wore
gathorod on ovory street corner, at all tho
public homes, and more otpecially about
tho tiro ongino houtot. Thoir very actions
told that thoro was somothing more than
usual on tbo tapis that thore was mis
chief ahead. A llttlo aftor elovon o'clock
THE FII1E 11ELLH RANO.
This was tho signal, and n ruth was
made for tho engine houses. The engine
wero quickly on tho etroots, and all goiug
In tho direction of tho court houto. At
tho court house tbo engines woro halted;
and iu ton minutes from tho timo tho
bolls first rang, not less than four hundred
men had congregated ln tho street and on
tho sidewalk In front of tho court houto.
Tho purpoto of tho mob was
no longer a secret. Tho object was to
and cries of "hang tho murdoror!"
"bring out the murderer I" "break open
tbo jail!" and a hundred othor liko excla
mations woro freoly indulged in, and tho
crowd began to gthor about tho gato
leading into tho court house yard.
AT THE OATE.
Tho gato was guarded by four or lire
men Judgo D.J. llakor, M. II: Uarroll,
John II. Ohorly, Conttablo John McMul-
ty nnd tavern! of tho police ofllcors
lining ILara. JuJya Ilkkor, (0ing
that tho crowd wero advancing,
nnd that tho time for action hnl
come, commanded In tbo niinio
of tho pooplo of tho slat that tho mob
dispone; and admonlihod thorn to desist
from an act that would bring dltgraco
upon thomtolves and tho city. Mr. Oberly
and Mr. Harrall also ndmonlsucd tho
crowd to disports and go to thoir hornet;
not to carry out their designs nnd thereby
bring ditgrace nnd roproach upon tho
namo of the city. Hut tho louder thoy
talked the moro boisterous tho crowd bo
came, und criot of
"llRM KUIIir, TOOK BWOBOIl A I '
and "Komonibor poor Uriback I" ' J uttlco
Is played out I" "llring out tho mur
doror 1" oto,, wore hoard on all sidoa. Tho
crowd samoclokor to the gato, and U bej-an
to look ns thouch thoy would acoom
pllth thoir purpoto und break Into tho
About this time Mayor Wood ami a
number of other persons arrived nt the
eceno, and took up thoir position ot the
gato, thut strengthening tho forco then,
aud tho mob wat held back. Thus met
tor continuod for at least an hour, saro
the crowd on tho eidowulks became m
bolitoruui, and begau to reason tho matter
ovor among themselves. Judge Piker
called upon tho captains of tho toveril flro
coMpnnles to call their companies together
and roturn to their ongino houtet. The
ordor was compiled with and tho mob coon
aftor was broken up and everything be
came quiet about tbo court house.
And thuf, through tho efforts of a fow
determined mon thn object of a mob
was balked, nnd tbo city savod tho dlt
graco and thnmo of having it go abroad
that wo wero compelled lo tako tho law In
our own hands In ordor lo tecuro Juitlo,
Gupton undoubtedly Is a very
bad man, and mutt bo punished for
tho crime ho hat commiltod, but tt
would bo Jutt ns criminal for n mob to
tako hltn from tho oill:ors and hang
him, as II was for him to kill Ktehback.
Let tho law tnko Its courie, and no ono
will havo ronton to complain that juitico
hat not boon dono. This It our advico
lot tho law tnko itt course)
aid tho o III con in tlm ditchargo
or thoir dull,", nnd when hit trial
comet up mnko it a point to too that tho
wilnettcs aro all on hand. Thlt dono, and
no ono will havo cauto for complaint.
Gupton will bo punlthod, nnd that through
tho law, nnd not by mob vloleneo. Lot
tho law do tho work. Do not brako it,
but holp tnforco It.
It hat boon (aid that the (Domon of tho
city aro In a meaturoto blnmo tnr rllind
mo mob together. This is wrong. Tho
flremuti nro in no way responsible for it,
and it wat not a flremens' nil'tlr.
MiovNiNo or joii.v kknnkiI'v.
Kjmo timo early in tho afternoon John
Konnody, an Irlahmnn and a good chi
ton, was drownod ln tho Ohio river, near
Htewn's coal fleet, Konnody had divott
cd bluett of bis clothing for tho purpoto
ot takhis a blth, and deconded Into tho
water. ?otnu IIlon wno wero noar by
noticed Ua'. he had hardly gut out into
deep watii b'f.rfi went down, and
failing to con.e up in time, lolieved
tuoro wat something wroec, nnd went
toward bin, but befuro reaching th
placo whoro they, had lait teen him
no uitapptHrod ana did not com? up
again. Piks poles woro procurd and a
tcarch for tho body commenced. After
twenty mlnstes hunting tbo body was re
covered and taken out of tho water. Ken
ntdy was about twonty-eight years of ago
and an hontit, hard working man. He
leaves a nift and four small children, who
wen entirely dopendant on their father's
labor for a living. Kennedy t remains
wero hurried yettorday.
Caiho, Illinois, )
Monday Eve'ng, .Juno IH7I. j
Tho market rulct dull In all its depart
menlt. Wita tho exception of white corn
prices on Icaling article hold firm and
unchanged. Yhi( is owing altogether to
lack of supplies from scarcity of rocoiptr
as tho demand it very Pght in ovory
Whlto corn is plenty and In llttlo do,
mind: prices rule lower than last wook
Mixed and yollow aro steady and prices
UaU aro unchanged nnd in little de
mend, very fow coming iu.
hggs aro plenty and dull at lowor
ino weather is vtry hot and dry, but
to-day closes rloudj with everything in
dlcating nn approaching storm.
Tho rivers nro tutting low but thero I
still u good stagt of wator to all point
C'jj Our friends tbould bear iu mind
that tho prices hero given aro uiually for
sales from tirtt hands in round lots. I
uiung orders tnd for broken lots it i
ncccnary to caargo an ndvonco over
theto figures, "j
Stocks are larjo and the domtnd light.
Prices aro woak md unsteady, with a ton-
doncytoa still further dcollno. Sailors
aro willing to miko conccstlons to eirect
rouni transactions. Wo noto (ales of COO
harrnli various gradot, -1 00 to 7 00; 100
barrels various grader, -t to to 7 CO: loo
barrels yariuu grades, 1 00 to 7 CO; 300
barrels various tradoi, S 00 .to 8 00.
Salet by city mills voro 100 barro!s white
wheat family, 8 60 ICO barrels XXXX
rod, 8 000; 100 ba-rols XXX rod, 7 00.
Dull i nothing ft all doing. Orders aro
very light and tr.tntactions nro conilnod
to (ales for flllity tho fow that como in,
and for tho 1 id and retail trado, Wo
noto tales of CO aloj of mixed, dollvored,
li 00; to bales choice timothy, delivered,
Whlto corn is dill and lower. Thoro is
tome enquiry for iiixod and yollow and
prices romain llr:u and unohnnged. Salos
woro 2 cars whlto in bulk on trACk, 07; 2
cars whlto in sacks delivered, 7C; 2
whlto In sacks dollvornd, ?I a cm wn tu
in iiuik un irncK, oi; u car mixodln sacks
deliveroJ, 7J; I car fallow In sacks doliv
Tho market U uuchangod. Thoro it
vory littlo doing but tho supply U smalj
and prices hold tlrm. Silos woro 1 car
mlxod in bulk on track, t7e; 2 cars mixed
In sacks dollvored, 63.
tluiot and dull. Thoro I vory littlo
ollorlng and vory llttlo onquiry. Prices
nro nominally unchnngeu. naioa waro
mo lacks del 17 60; 1 car load in sacks
del 10 00.
Tho tnarkui l dull and unchanged.
Tho domand is vory small nnd pricos nro
woak. Bale woro 300 bbls S. D, d'
3 10; 100 bbls h. D. dol .'! 115; 100 bbl K.
i I), dol J 35.
Ohouo is scarco ond tno demand l
good. All that comot in llndfl roady salo
at quotations, iloooipts fall short of tho
demand. 'Ie woro 1000 ,b chok'1 aa
21c; 20 pall cholco Southorn Illinois 20
0 25c; 1" huckots cholco northern 22c;
1,500 iha choice northern 2!Je.
ltecoipts havo Increased and tho do.
jnand fallon ofl'. l'rlcoi tond downward
and stocks are large. Wo noto ealos as
follows! COO dozen 12)c; 'IM
to 13c; t boxes shipper's cour
Tho demand continues g
old hens and good young cl
young ones toll at 2 00; t4-
RO. ltneilnU fall short, an til
was!baro to-day. Saloi wero '
, , .
and young, a Co to 3 25; it
J VUy 4U,U wUJ" )IH
25!i 75. M
Small fruits, borrics, etc, aro i
domnnd. Thoro has bcon tomo J
lor rlpu applet, but tho nuthni
city havo docldod that they ', '
nd no moro mutt bo sold I
Salos of othor fruits woro "A
borrics, ! 00; 10 crates black!
3 00; 10 boxes lemons, 1
els gotieberrloi, 1 CO01 '
Chorrlof.2 '10 to 2 85.
Potatoes and onions have bi
plenty nnd tho market It dui
no thlpplng domnnd, and tho local Ir.A
is suppllud from country wagont. '
nolo tales of 2T bbls now potatoes C
10 bbls unions G 00.
This branch of tbu market Is dull '.
round. Prlcot hold firm but the dema;
I siiikII Hl wru 3 catkt tugnrcur
ennvatted hams 13e; 3,030 lbs clear i.q
10ej 2,000 lbs houldri 71.; 3,01)0 f
plain hams 1 2c.
STRATTON &. BlruV"--
Agents American I'owdcr Ueuipany, f
&? o:tio xi:y:f. c-t n:o.
MILLER. &. PaKkERT
l'LOUK, COHN, OATS, 1IA, e
Ajfent fur I'nirlmnk'H Jv-aln. '
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, IL
PARKER &. AXLEY.
Commission lerchants. '
C'onier of --'li lrnt and WaOi-n r v,
N.1J. TtitkUinobd. P. J. TJl-llcw -
THISTLEWOOD & 30. V
Flour, Corn, OaLj, Hay ue.
No. (HIIO I.KVhH,
CAIRO. ILLIIJC S -
UOKI'KY, HA11HISON & L'O,,'
(Succtswrs toD. llurd& Son.)
KI.OL'U, 1)11 AIM A.Vl HAT.
No C3 Ohio Levuo, OAIKO, ILLS
WKW YOHK HTOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOHST VABHTV VOK ! TUB CIT
GOODS SOLD VEKYOLOBB.
(Torurr of KfuctMUttt R(rtia Coat
C. O. PATUCIt;
EGYPTIAN BAND. (
ThMUho only PriiMslonat "11 raw .(
Htiin il.ttid" In southern llllnol. uud 1
now ready and pnpurcd to turnUh mur
in any numbers lor
EnWmio, Leader, (i. C. IIoden, H
All communlciition Kboiihl be auurc
to tin. Si'ori'lfiri'. I ',tllM!r !ltOT. Ot .M
corner Twilii" " "' hittWJ
FINE 3L1LLINEKY G00
:i'Ui:.SH SPHIKtJ (KlODH
M 11 S . M . J A 0 K S 0 H
(formerly Mn. Swander,'
Announcos that bho has just; rfenod g
assortment ot tho
Mllllimry ilitudtoltolouml n thoct
Sho will kcop Jh hand .
Hath, Hosnkth, Flowkks, Kls,
DiiKssTniMMiNoa qy ALL Kin,
i.,im ii0PvaiiiN(j Goods, Ncjju
."A'Si UNDKHbl.KhVKH, ituiTK '
A.,i all good found In millinery fctorea
ot which will bo ilisposod ot at tho l(.bt
cahh pricos. .Mr, Jackson reupcctiy
askitn continuation of tho patuonago w.f,
Ims boon o lllit'ially bOBtcoweil upon ho,v
tho ladle ot Calm nnd tho vicinity.
Cuici ull kiniU o! pains. Koreale by
FINN AND METZ
?o1q agents lor Alexander, Pub'-kl, Uiilon
tnd Muuo coimtltf.
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