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ASCALON I.ODOIJ, NO. SI.
6 Knllilol I'ythlita, mettictcry Krl
etThyi ''"' i"XM t ii.tir-ut eeti-n, in uiM
Vsefy Klluw.' n.iii t; k h.ack,
wiancvuor i omuuiKier.
AI.KXASIinil i.oihii:, NO
jMite lnU-.f txlcut On!, r i,l U.M-I 1
'K'Cwlf l"S meet every U'ursila) nliclit
"fft" lit lllllf-iilt set ell, in IlK ir lllllltlll
Coiniiieiciiil avenue, liftmen sixth Hint Sii-teiilli
Ititita JuUNll liuanMAN) N ti.
Cunto i:n(;ami.mhnt, i o. o r..imi
in (.M.l-r'elliivrV Mull unthi- llnluii't ttilnl
Pueaday In cm 17 timiilli, hi lmir-i.ut Kim.
O K SLACK, (J. I'.
A tAlllOI.OIKil;, NO. I7, A . K JtAI.M.
Nr 1I11M nyiiliir ciimiiiuiilc.itloua In .M.i
Ti miiIo Mill, Mirnvr uuiiii.iicIiI uunue
' xaud l.lxlilll atit-it, on the atcuiid uml
fuuitli .Muii. I.i)- urtiu.il IIIOIllll.
I'nrlali Silioul .
The Pariah -cho il wa o,.i'hcd on Mon
day, Jlirch 1 . Ilul pup la will bo ie
cilttd nt .1 y t mi', 111 ilm condition,
altcaly puiills'icd, Tint turtles ol I'd
fc nr Krlck Imv lircii aectireil for in-triic-tl
11 In tli I) rm m I mgii nje. I'orililt 111
cxt a ii ii! wil li tn .-. I'll l wiahlnt,'
to a inly Herman tiny, w II tonic to tho
ichuul .1 t o'c ui W p. in.
Jlltlli h OitliKiiT, Iti'clnr.
Mr. 1'. I'ltKiTalil liii-Jut received nml
!ia on naif at Ida stiles rontn 11 lur'e stork
il Liigllali itli", porter, llrm y iiramly
mil wines, and lliptors of all Uml. which
tie will ili.iMi.f or at rvaMiii.ililt' t ricea.
Fifty to rf--iit -fl f d llr pT inontli
Alffiit w.iiitel eUTyaherc. Tear'iei, la
.Iff ir nt, : (."('. No citplt .1 or out
lay rniulml. fee ml i centa lr piisti;i- on
01. lilt, 10 l. C. WliirilMAN,
tl Irvln H.tatfnn. I'nlon County, Ohio,
(in mill Si c Hit.
I mtlliild- ol lioti I- unit boarding "irllrs
will It., illl to tin Ir ihai t ie lo call upon
.Mr." t'.lemui, Xo i I'.iiirih atiift, lie
twrvn W M1I1 g on ami Cmi ni l awn
in . nml a.ivi t tin her orm- n.r dm houl
ami tin ding huuac tva-hoa liy the week
I Ur wli If paid fill I'k are iMiiini)
Pitt 7 1'. pi r ilnzi 11. Fur piece wor preen
lire a ImIIov. : .Shu 'hlrl "d c I
lar, 10c: p r d-izeli tt c; ock .V, two col
lira, re; tw. ll'liilkereliltl-, ,'ic; et Sc;
m,d a I Kdiilleiiien'a woar. "fie per
! 11. I.tdlea' i're..i, 'i' to Wi. ;
kilt l't :!; ilniVMr. (1 to lie; Mvo
I air h-ae f e; tn r Int-fi to I c. Kr la
d.c' I'IjIII elotliH- il p r doen; lor la
il liii" e nth r,H i' pr ilnzcn; done
I imptly, and promptly iltlhurol. I'.i
Sill I) t Clmrll.
(iool lm:Io room-on ilie up' rr floor t
lie S.i-lit I'tiarli' cm rip liad, wllilio.ird,
l tliv vi ry iov rate ! ?tt pr mui.tli
i wo or ttireu j$niim'n enn lie accoin
m li l li d'j le'ard. II mo on Wnl
nut lietweeoS ml) nut Mirli. Apply
al the. ftlec .1U-3--i-0t.
fieore Littti-riornerorro itfcntli and
A adiin on avvn ie. will ft. ti'Mi lie oap. r.
ii ry day to li n pitroti. a No. I lllneli, In
went iIih liour of 1011 and twelve oVi ck.
rre-li Milwaukee lieer and fraitrmt II ivalu
,-ir. to lie had at Ida I ir at all tlmot.
.Millee of lteiiionl.
S-hliht .t l.'lrlidi liavo irlnoipil their
ct.emtc I die 11 n'ld Iea'illiu 1nt.1l
li.lim.'i t ir im the lorncr of Kl litn nd
C iin 111 r 1 1 to Washington Avvimc.
Iietiveeii NI tli and Tenth .trfta. To meet
ilin nia ofihelr in ny nw mcr they
lievc ordure'l and h ni1 J'i't rcc Ived from
V. r p a la e lot ol thu tlnt at dye .tlllf,
aul are now rea l)- to attend to any nrJen
In heir liiie. :i3 9.lm.
Null) of ItellliiMll.
T 10 well known Imrlicr ahop, rorncr
KnhtlmndC miner, lal, pre Id. dov r fy
the popula rtlt, ( ore st-lnh"Ue. ha
re nm. d one tl or north on onuni-re al. In
the O and 0 n ral Hotel. Tho new 'hop I
1 1 K' Hi) I eoinm illmii, hiiiI tlnc w niiii
fur any hln artl'tic 11 the way orroihl n
Mi luur cil'tlnt', 'iioolh ahavc, rt . will
do well 1 1 call at thu tiratid t'etilial llarber
imp. "I ;i-i;!-if
The old aland on S th street, hctweeii
Cimtn r iaiav hub an ' Ohi l.e ee, la id
w . a v uly lo d ii'i k ml of w.iik In th
til.ii-k'iiiit i Ini . in kln; m I repdrlnj; Win;-nii-i
Kiile-ml Driia. K-jn cl 1 :i' t -1 it Ion
ghe'i i" lior- -li'i-llU. I .nake my own
Mi 0 ; I .-an m ike iImii h avy or Unlit,
In ta y 111 de lie. Iir j'nli all know that the
Home m .do ahoea- are the lie-t. ' u I roitii.
and am ail e to g ve you ail'laetlon.
T i t-1 1 -1 111 1 iu:i. II. 11 111:1 .
I'lnnii ami Oricmi Tiiiilmr.
M . M. Kit 1 nu iea run 114 to -:iy til it he ta
ready or eel o rd t..r I'l no m d Or
Can tiililiiL', nml le. 1 rlll' tmia eal I .all 11
mu t-. Old. ra may he i .t at tho eoiiie. 01
i hlrte. llth Hlld Wain' t s'leet-. or I. ...
110 (10 1, and will leceive prompt a.t nt.oii
81- - I5-3iii.
Wlieiici'Tlilt (irenl Coiiiiniitlon
the ciuniry ihrnuii. ainon ihu Aleeh lie
111 t-r monger!.? Theyatuil fiati 111 an
tnuovat on on their prWilcn or m ikin
drtl' ka iU nt the ale' A onipu II r ha
1011U Into the lli I with wliieh iliey minnt
conlen I. I. .1 W.tLliKll'rt UAI.IF0lt.MA
Viv o tu niTTKltS, tint undilod eaetii'e
of tdo nioat cflleai lou t Ke'ah'e tonic and
ulter.tiv ninth w- rd, U ilrvln,' all the
h lllli .ru noiru'iia n Kin: Ale 1 ol ti the
w 1. Tnore In 11 1 dl-eao, Internal or c'
tern il, In whUii It la not ben Ikiatly ndmln
lalerod. 3-17-d ,t w-JW.
Tho nhova saloon, eortier of niglith street
and Commercial nvenuo, 1 flxed
K od hty'e airy and eomlortahlo.
Mind iy moraine; you w II Hud aproad a No. 1
ll.11 ('.hand a of Milwaukee Ingor. I
liccr, which ea 't ho hrut, and tlieio U tint
any i h 1 nj-fi . Id hied ti 0 II ir you will Uml
t:io I. t kind f Liquor, and CiL'iirs, mid
my dcalro h to givu otory onu ol my euato
merit who p.dronlzo mo, Hatlifactlon.
Otll round I Kliut). lloniKi.N.,
liny your l'h ld aim Uaulen Seed nt Now
Ymk Store. Tlui ithy ami Clover Seed, On
ion Suit', Karl; IloaB Seed I'otatoci, Oats,
Sweet Corn, Il11n3url.u1 fifed, Uus-ott To
tatni h, I'cas hy thu (pmtt, Hod Top, Cost
imU teel iio, pinw Ilurneis .(ll
Ilnea and (iilct guavantou'l low,
&-J-18-lQt. CUAi, 0. VAUun i CO.
TfJESDAV,MARjn 23, 1875.
Ktilloii Sl!N licne miiiounco .IOIIN fl.
I'll 1 1, I.I 4 mi h i.iii.llil.i.e fr .Ma) unit i ulro, ut
tlie enatiliiK liiinil.:linl election.
January II, IDT.'i. MA.tr ClTlikM
For City Clerk.
EniTOtt Hulletin. i li'i iinnounce me ai it
cinill.iall' lnl I lie ulllce i.t Cl.y Clerk, ul II. e tu
lllllig muiiitliial eiCilluii.
1 W.U rUKNCII AXI.KY.
I.ontl Weather Iteporl.
Caiiu), III. , March 5- U'S.
Tiur. I Hah I Tim. I Wish I Vnu I Miaiium
Tiu. I Wish t Vnu I '
M l T"l7 1'
1!. I .A, 1 ? I
3 ' 3iii I
Iliilir.ill .01 Inilikt.
'1 HUM .lONLS. SfrKt. S -S..U. S. A.
Mr. K. M. Wntt of New Vork city,
wlioac iTpulntloii ni 11 reader Is well
know ii In Kentucky, Indi um uml por
tlou ol' lllliml'', will read lo-ul;lil In the
I'rcli'lerliiii eliurcii. Mr. Walt lia r
oived tTTt! uio-t laNORilde tudlccj ly the
prc't In lliccitlesln wiilcli alio ll.'H ll
pi'iiriil, uml li:i nhv.'iVH ilmw 11 lare nml
npprrciallvi; niiiliiMict"!. We tw Mow
tin- pniriiiniiif which Mr. Wait will
follow'. 1'nmi 1111 exuliaue we nia'.c the
lollowlii'exlractlii regard to .Mr. W.ui'x
".Mra. K. M WHtt.nf New York city.
read mi Monday evening In the I'n-liy-terian
liiurcii, to an itpprvcinttvemidicmr.
Her ai'ieellmia wen- er.v tine, ami ncr
ri'inlerlnir id them aliowci her io-e..(tl
ol I'liK'iitloinirv talent - ul rule cliuracter.
Mr. Watt ha M'iit t.ever.d ycari In the
-tiidy (d'oi-.iHiry under ll'e din'otlini of
the iiiot eminent profe-on'. wliocndiir-u
lierut 11 very iieuuiiiiii mitt i'ioiiieiit
reader, and p"se!ii"; nil the (iiiilitle.'i
tio requidti' to np'iirili Im.
lore the pilblie. She I hl'h
Iv iiiticattil nml aceomiili-heil.
ami her I'.ic'iiinl lI'Mtreamiiewiiat Iuelhieil
to I'liileiliipoliit.iiiiil very luiuiNoine when
die U atnmllu ereii, and reading, the
miiiI ol the wmnaii iiiomitlii into her
lili'iMla ahc read-."
.Mr-. Wult' yotiti (laughter. I.11I11.
will mid 10 ilie .itlrnt'llon of the enter
tainment by alnjihi at!cral Mint', to
which 'lie will piny an aeeouipaulinetit
on the -Millar. AiliiiWslon cent'.
A a tiiriip 11a, the (lienpeat.
Al the N ' llarne.a aiul saddle Hhop
No 111 1 otntnt ni I Aci lie. ( id Auction
II lite) ) on .an hilt ah ) 1.11 want, Iroin
liic lltftien own to a hmie atrip, a
elii Hp a-at at y n'licr piiii'. Nnnen w ol
irol f to m. Ixniisor ny oti.er pliee for
if iod in our Hue. Call aid C-IH.
I0-,V.S 'Jw. 1.. I). A K I.N A CO.
PUCCNIX HAIR DRESSING SA100N.
Iltluola C'eiilral ttnilrontl.
lbT.'i. : (loot) roit Tin: vkaii : lsT..
Itnllroiiil InH to lileni;o unit ttetiirii.
The holder ol tlila p t,i it . nt'tlc ' to one
tlral-. l.i puaaa'R to ' ti 1:1 and ru 111 11 on
hniac aek O' on lojt, pr..ldiiitf lie eta Ll
hair cm hy K. T 11 oleild Kl-'iith atr et, ho
iweeti Cnuiiiiereial 11 1 Washington ve"
nuet. Tli'ket oil. e at K. l'ht oljuld't t.arlicr
hip, Cairo ,1 lllnol-. l;-3 i, tf.
WADE AND ROBERTS.
Their I'.xiiiuliiiitiiiii mill Ven11ltl.1l.
The followhi'' U the evidence In the
cat' brought hy the people of the Mate of
Illinois aaint .lames .. Wade and John
H. HoherK charged with the murder of
John Drlaiiy :
John l"oter, the flritwitiie-af.'Xamlneil
on the side of thcproecutloii, wmsworu,
aniltoalllliMlas lollow-s; Have been ac
quainted with the defendants about three
years ; I was iiotualnted with the de
ceased ; knew him about twelve year? ;
the deceased w.is at John S. UllcV thu
iuot of January, IS"), who relde about
one half 111 ! In) 11 my house; the last
time I i.'iw li m, alive, w.is thu last of Jan
uary or tho lira' of February ; I live about
tlireo mil. s be ow O ose liaud and six
teen uille above, Cairo; he had been al
Cairo to look lorajoh; never .-aw lit 1 11 at
W.ide'a ; a lo brought the body 01 the
deceased to my hoil-e ubout the llr-t ol
February ; iiioiu 1-Kllis and wile were
wilh Wa h; wueii lie wa brought (here,
nml I wa out al work. It was near .sun
down when 1 llrat raw them, or
11 llttlj beliire or idler aim.
down ; I have had conversation with boih
the dii'cud.iuls. -Mr. Unbent cauie dint 11
ami (old MU' that John Deluny w.it dead.
I allied bun what wa-i the mailer wan
him, and he aald that lie had mmuu kind
of choking 111 Hit! throat ; that it wii it he
told me hu died with. He told mu about
hU coming over to Mr. Wade's thu day
that he died; that Mr. W.iuVii wife told
him that John 1). wa In thu room very
sick, llu raid she went to thu room dour
uml haw (hat hu w.i chokimr and could
not speak to him. llu said hu then went
to the door and called .Mr. Wadu where
hu wa out at work ; and that hu then
went back to thu room iiaiu and spnku
to him (l)iiimy) and as'tetl him how he
felt and ho wild hu felt very badly, or
somuthhig to that nmomit. He said that
hu then commenced choking again, and
died, and that thosu weru thu hut words
J Ddaiiy ppuku. Hu told mu that Im had
come, up to get me to get some lumber to
make, a collln for him. I told him .Mr.
DiLiiiy was uotli.ug to mo, but that I
had some plank there that hu could havu
to muku a box I'or him. Hu said hu had
no way of getting thu plank down, nml I
told til it. If hu would siuy till morning,
hu could have my wagon to taku ihu
plank down. It was a very cold night.
Hu stayed all night and next morning he
took my wagon and onu ol
my hore$ ami took thu plank
down. IIu was riding onu of Wndu's
horses and hu put It in with my horse; ho
got ready to start, nml said to mu to havu
tho grave dug and lot Delaiiy'a step
mother aud other of his folks know
about It, mid 1 told him 1 would; he said
they would Ik) up thu next morning as
awn as I hey could get up with the corpse,
I told him Ilm'. If they had no lining or
covering for I lie collln, to 001110 up and I
would go lo Alherlon'M store and get If,
hu then went oil. This was all thu con
versation I had with I1I111 concerning thu
death of Delany. I faw thu torpsulhat
same evening, but did not see .Mr. Hub
ert; when the corpse got there, wo took
It lulo thu house; Mr. Hills came there
ami asked 1111; If lhc corpo could stay
then) all nlirlii: ! 1 i him 11 could; (hey
cauiu up to II ... j uml wu took Ihu
coipsuout ol thu wagon aud Into the
hou-e; Wadu was dilvutg thu team, anil
Kills and wife were hi it separate wagon.
Alter the corp-u was taken hi thu house,
Mr. Kills' wilu (sister of Helauy) wauled
lo sec the corpse; Mr. Wadu said "(helid
Is nailed on with uail,aiid It will be 11
hard malter to get it oil';" 1 said to him
"that N a small mutter; 1 have a ciibtl
lien; and uanjilit cut the nails;" I got thu
chisel mid handed it to Mr. Kills, and lie
opened Ihu box. When hu opened ihu
box I was In the samu room, but not near
thu box. and dUcovend that his f.icu
looked red, and nothing looked natural
except from hl forehead up; that looked
like llesh; Wadu said blood was running
out ol his mouth, and he put a wet rag
over It to keep thu blood from
ritniilug out and soiling Ids clothes. Af
ter siiptN'r 1 had a conversation with Mr.
Wade about the death of Uelany; hu said
the day bclore lie tiled, hu was complain
ing of being chilly; they were at work
and he tried togethlin logo to Ihu hou-e;
I think hu said hu did go to tin; hou-e, to
the best of my recollection) won't he cer
tain; I know hu said that alter he (Wade)
went hi hi llieevcnhig.Mr.Delaiiy w a-cut-tlui;
stove wood, and hu told him togolu
the holt ut of the (.'old. and hu made
him go in the hou-e; hu said Ihat night
Mr. Oelany did not eat any supi r. but
sat ui and talked until lx-d lime; hu salJ
he was complaining of his throat
being sore; Mr. Wadu said be made a
gargle of something (don't recollect what
It was) ami tried to gel him to gar-el hi
throat with it; he ald he gave him a
do-t; of pills sometime tint night, don't
recoil 1 'i what time he a.'iid It wa-; next
morning, sometime, hu said Oelany
wa groaning terribly ami that
hu got up and 111. tile a lire;
he "aid Mr. I'el.uiy got up then mid came
In to the lire; that he (Wad -) u-ked him If
he wanted a doctor or wanted him to go
alter bl' step-mother: he said no that be
did not think he waa that bad oil'. Wadu
aid hu went out that morning to hU
work and did not come In until Mr. Rob
erts called him to mine to thu hou-e. llu
said when became to thu house. Mr. Ue
lany wa gel ting up out of ImsI aud putting
on his breeches, and coining in theslttlug
room where the family wa-, sat down In
nu arm chair by the lire; that hu picked
up the cup thaltbegorgel was made in lor
him thu night before, like as If he was
going to gorgle bis throat, but bclore
he got any of it In hl mouth. Wade said,
he saw he was dying and tell back In the
chair, aud he caught him in his arms and
he died there In the chair and hi his aniH.
Thi wa about thu amount of the con
versation concerning his death; I under
ton 1 liolx rts to sav that Delany died in
the lied; be did not -ay that he died in the
bed, hut that was what 1 concluded In nn
what hu said; he did not say what room
he (l.) was In. This took place in Alex
ander county and State ot Illinois. After
I), was buried, I had a conversation with
Wade; I was at Mr. llnn-ackcr's about
two weeks after I), was buried. Mr.
Wade came to Mr. H.'s while I was
there; he said he wanted to -peak to mu
anil Mr. II. about something Mr. Mul
eahv h id told h.ur, he said that Mr. Mul
ed!-had told him that It was reported
that be had killed Delany or that he (l)e-1
lany) was murdered; I told hhn that that
was thu report which I had heard loo,
aud that I wa- going, .he Sunday before,
to tell him aliout it, but that 1 wa-unwell
and could Hot go; that 1 thought
If hu wa- innocent ol It, hu ought to
know It and havu a chance to clear him
self of II; hu took me oil' to one
side aud we had a conversation
about il and hu aked me wiiat I
thought he ought to do about It;
I told him that If it was a ea-e of mine.
I would go and have him lakeii up aud
examined by a doet-r. He said that It
would eost I1I111 something In have a doc
tor t examine lilui aud he did not like to
pay nut anything fur nothing. lie said
that he knew in rea-ou how the thing
started; Ihat hu had some enemies down
there who were trying to break til 111 up;
that he kin-w the ruisou that they had
Marted the report. I (old hhn that If
there weiu enemies enough down there
lo iart that report, there were enough to
come belore the grand Jury I fere at the
next term of court ami 11 tu I a bill against
hhn; that It would be cheaper for hhn to
pay a doctor to examine him than to pay
a lawyer here to gut rid of an Indict
ment. Then hu asked me If I would go
with hhn to help taku him 1 told him
I would. Then hu said, "I will bu at
your house, soon in thu morning' and for
mu to stay there until he came. Hu said
I will go and get I.awreucu and wu will
go and take him up. llu went oil and
that was the last I saw him until the day
we arrested him. 1 won't bu positive
wh o It was that spoku of It; hut it was
said that Uelauy had it watch that be
longed to his father In his I lie time that
hu wanted buried with hhn.
Next morning Wadu and I were in tho
kitchen went III to get somu walor, and
Mrs. Kills camu hi aud asked Mr. Wadu
for thu watch, and Mr. H'mlo pulled thu
watch out of his pocket aud gavu It to
her and said hu had "liked to havu tor
gotten It." I was talking with Mr. Wadu
alter hu was arrested; alter hu had been
brought across thu schute; Mr. Irvlu ut
hhn (Wade) 011 Irviu'smaruaud put him !
in my charge. I aud John Gates weru
wilh Him, Uatcs riding along behind us,
and Wade said "If 1 havu to stiller for this
thing, It w ill bu just to shield sonio other
person." It was between thu 1st and
10th of February, near thu first, and on
Thursday evening 1 think that Roberts
camu to my hoiiso.
Cross-oxamluod : Ho galdhowai In?
nocont ol tho chnrge, but that If ho had
to sutler for It, it would hu to shield some
Foster reddled From Wade's house to
mlnu It's somu six or seven miles; to thu
graveyard us much us three miles. The
roads wero frozen and rough.
Henry llun-acker sworn: I tun ac
quainted with the parties ; hnu known
them four years; thudecca'cd the same;
havu had a conversation at my place with
.Mr. Wade ; don't know the day ot the
mouth ; I told him ir I were him I would
get Dr. Law ranee ami have hhn (the
D.ictor) taku Delany up and examine
him ; Wadu promised him hu would at
tend to that ; hu told Foster to bu at
home, he would bu there early next
morning; hu went with Foster lo Un
gate; don't know what they s.ilil;was
at Foster's hotiso the night the corpe
was brought Iheru by Wade; while be
was there we got to talking ; he told me
the particulars of his death. Delany was
taken slek with a sore throat; was taken
sick hi the evening ; Wade told Delany
to go to the hou-e itntl hu would come
there hlm-cir directly; 1 under-tood hhn
to say Delany w ent to the hou-e anil took
sick and was sick all night; hu made him
a gargle; hu said hu wa better next
morning, and he went out to work with
out hhn. Hitherto came over In the
morning to Wade's houe aud asked
Wade's wife how the folks were; she said
all weru well except John Delany and he
.was pretlv sick; Huberts looked at him
aud became alarmed and went out aud
called him (Wade) from his work; be
(Wade) went Into the bout-, aud Just a
he went into the lion-e Delany was get
ting up; he put mi hU pants and sat down
hi 11 chair before the lire and 1 cached alter
a gargle be had made him to gargle hi
throat with; he aw John struggling anil
eatiglit hhn hi Ids arms, -mil Delany died
in his arms and in the chair: that was all
in Ihaleouver-alion; was.it Foster's lioue
when they set up with the corp-e.
Kliz.i Ann Porter sworn : Was at
Wade's late In the evening with my
brother; he (Mr. Delany) seemed to be
well aud hearty ; heard of his death next
day ; don't know thu day or mouth ; wa
lale In the evening; looked well ao com
mon ; had never seen hhn before to know
(.'ross-exanihiallon: Dr. A told us
of hi- death ; had never seen him Ixiore:
Wade was at the bou-e; there when De
lany catne in ; Wadu wits there giving my
I.e.ttulcr Wright sworn: I was thrro
the two evenings before; the young man
(D.) wa well and hearty; the llr-t even-
lug I went after a broad ax; thu second
for tobacco; hu wa. well the first evening
I went there, alo the second; he was well
and hearty when I was there; deviled
with him n tew minutes there; I asked
hhn? "How was he llxed;" he said: "A
well as u-ual;" his hand- weru cold; he
felt pretty chilly; it wa a cool day; he
(I).) was cutting cord wood when 1 went
there; that wa the llrst evening; he catne
In with h! a.v the second evening from
w here he was cutting; l cannot tell where
It was; I heard bu wa dead a short while
after; I did not believe It; I think It wus
Cross-examined He was cutting cord
wood on thu lli t evening; do not know
what he said to D.; I was there fifteen or
twenty minutes before ho catne there; be
was not in thu hoii-u when 1 wa there; 1
may be mltukcu about him being In the
hou-e; 1 have lived there since I have bei n
In the army, except when I wa In that
skirmish with the cattle; I went lo
thu Statu'." prison aud served my time
Dr. Lawrence sworn : I assisted In ex
amining the body of the deceased 011 last
Saturday, in company with Drs. Sullivan
aud Davis; I am a doctor; have practked
near nineteen years; ill practice; we
found a contused wound upon thu hit
side of the head, and one upon the right
posterior to thu right; did not measure
the wound on the left; the wound was
two inches and a half in diameter as near
as I could Judge; the wound 011 the right
was, a-near as 1 can tell, near the same
a- he onu on llu; lci'l;:ilter examining llie
head, we examined the heart, throat,
stomach, Ac; we then examined lhc
brain; it wits hluuchtd aud bloodless, Ibis
is owing to a failure of the heart lo send
blood to the brain; nil other parts were hi
a healthy condition, except the spleen;
hi-death was caused by concu-slou ot
the brain, in my opinion; I can't state
po-llively; to the best ot my knowledge.
there would certainly be some violence lo
atse concussion of the brain; from the
character of thu w.iinul- I cannot slate
that violence would hu necessary to eati-c
such wiuiid; they were cau-ed by some
blunt iustriiiiijut: there was 110 break in
Cross-examined : Hu wa in a wood
en collln ; nothing wa under hi head
thu wounds could havu been produced by
bringing hhn over a rough road; I think
hauling him overt) rough road ten imio
would produce such bruises as the-u; thu
skull was not JracUiivd ; thu scalp was
not broken ; If a person was struck upon
the head with a blunt instrument, thu el
feels will bu upon the oppo'situ sidu of thu
brain ; there was no blood upon thu brain
at all ; a person dying ot heart dUcu-c
thu brain fteiiuently presents a bloodlc-i
condition ; these wounds were not of such
u nature as to cause death.
Iie-dlrect: Thu wounds wcro In my
opinion produced befuru death, for these
rea-ons: from thu torcu ot ttie Heart send
lug the blood through thu arteries Into the
can arv system ; uruigmg nun over
the roail spoken of would bo likely
produce wounds upon thu hack of his
head. Thu dlll'i'ieuce between a wound
made before deal li and onu madu after
would lie, hi 0110 made befuru the blood
would bo forced Into thu blood-vessels; af
ter death, unless tho blood Is coagulated,
It will remain theru after death. If a
wound Is made after death there would
bu no swelling and effusion.
Ur. Sullivan sworn (direct): I have
practloid since April, 1872. 1 nsslated In
thu post mortem examination. I found
two contused wounds ; one was posterior
of thu Kit side that was thu greater.
The other was near the llrst; thoro was
no wound on the right. The body np-1
pen red us though somu one hit hhn in thu
pit ot thu stomach, and hu tell and bit his
head on thu Iloor. Thu reaon for think
ing that hu was hit In thu stomach Is be
cause of the black and blue from thu ni-
plu down. If hu had fallen
upon a Held it would havu
caused a lacerated wound. Thu wounds
may havu been canted hy a blunt Instru
ment, hut not sulllclcut to cause death.
I examined thu heart, and found It void
ol blood ; I think it wa cau-ed hy a hit
In the stomach; the brain was blanched,
with no blood in it.
Cross-examined: Wounds on the
head did not produce death.
Thomas Kills sworn : I don't know
anything about it, except that a darkey
came to my house and told me Delany
was dead, and said Wadu had sent hhn;
met Wadu going to Foster'; it was some
time In February; don't recollect the day
of the month; he told mu hu wu taken
-lok the night belore and wa up next
morning, and wauled to go to work, and
he (Wade) aked hhn II hu wanted a doc
tor, or his stciHiiothcr, thu widow De
latiy;heasked blm If ht'shoiild not semi lor
Iiit; hu said not; hu didn't think he wa
sick or anything; hu had a little sore
throat; Wadu said he then went to his
work, and Huberts cimu over and seeing
that he (Delany) was sick, called him
(Wade); he (Wade) came hi and lie saw
Ihat he was choking III a chair by thu
lire; lie took hold of him, and he died in
n few moments. This conversation took
place before we got to Foster's. The same
thing was repented over at Foster's. Mr.
Wade told me that hu (Delany) requested
Id watch to hu hurled with him; and he
had put It with hhn; this was a we went
up to Foster's; t he collln was opened that
night; Huusacker and wife, myselfand
wife. Foster and Ills wife, and Mr Wade
were pre-ent; I think my wife spoke of
oieiihig the collln; she Is a slter of the
deccacd; the collln wa jti-t opened and
the corpse looked ut that night; myself
md II. Hunaeker opened thu collln; I
think the collln wa nailed; we cut the
nail"; no remarks were madu when the
olllu was opened; I think Wade said not
to 0en the collln, as It would he a bad
lit, or something of flint kind; he
poko to somu one ot u, I do not know
who; we opened the collln that night; we
looked at the collln next morning; the
next day my wife looked at the corp-e.
and ald she did not see the watch on it.
and she nked me to go to Wade anil a-k
him about thu watch; I told her I would
not do It. to let it go; she stepped to thu
door aud asked Mr. Wade If lie had put
the watch mi him; hu said not; hut he
had brought It along with hhn; I put thu
watch in Ids pocket; I got it from my
wife; she got It Irom Wade; Wadu said he
had brought thu watch along, so if re
quested by his friends to put It with him,
hu could do It.
Cross-examination : Tho watch wns
worth about two dollars aud a half 1
think; the body when at Foster's was
not swelled; I am coroner; went to hold
an lufpiest over thu body of decea-ed;
hi tuce was covered with something
white ; thu body was otherwise sound
thu cotlln was madu of rough boards; 1
saw the wounds on deceased's head;!
.-aw the wounds; they were slightly
wolleii aud lull ot black blood ; I can't
ay where the wounds wen; don't know
whether there were any on thu hack of
his head or not ; I have disinterred bodies
before that; I took up llrees; 1 took hhn
up In summer; he (Delany) appeared to
have been buried about six weeks.
-Monrou Stacy examined : Wade told
me that he died, or the breath had not
quite left him us hu got hhn 011 thu bed ;
that lie was sitting hi an arm chair near
thu liru ; thu conversation was at his own
This closed the evidence lor tho prose
Kvinuxct: ron defense.
A. W. Simons sworn : .fm acquainted
with defendants; with Huberts since he
was a small hoy ; been acquainted with
Wadu six or seten years ; thuday Delany
died Huberts catne to me between 1 and
2 o'clock in the day, and told inehe want
ed to borrow a saddle; that he wanted to
go up the country. I said, w here are you
to Uoo-e Island !1 He said no. I
want to borrow a -addle to go to John
Davis' lo see if ho would make a collln
for John Delany ; he said John died about
11 o'clock ; that ho wanted logo to Davis'
lo get a collln made anil go on up and see
his (DelaiH's, friends. 1 .-aid Is any one
at Wndu's with their folk-? IIu said no.
I said, 1 suppose there will hi.-, lie said, 1
don't know. I said, I will go down alter
awhile, myself and wile, lie said, I wish
you would. About dark my wife and
myself went down there to sit upawhlle;
neither ol u.- were very well, and did not
feel like sitting up long; wo lounil body
laid out in back room very cleanly and
dec 'idly, with a sheet over It in the u-ual
form ; we staid llieru till a iittiu alter 11
o'clock ; my wife complained of smell ol
the bodv ; thu night was very cold ; large
lire in tliu room, to keep Ids family warm;
body smellcd very bad.
Mrs. Wadu sworn: Am sister ot uob-
crt s, and wileol Mr. i tide; K."aiuu there
about half an hour betoru hu died, mid
1 asked hhn to tlx thu tire and told him
that 1). was very sick, mid to stop in and
see htm; ho did, and remarked that hu
believed he was dying; he asked 1110 then
where -Mr. W. was; I told hint hu was
about titty yards from thu house; he step
ped to the door and called him; nr. .
camu In as soon as ho could get there;
Mr.D. was then getting up to go In to thu
lire, aud they assisted him In going in;
hu sat down in a largo arm chalraud took
somu throat wash that Mr. W. had llxed
for him, and undertook to wash Ids throat;
seeing that hu was too far gone, hu set It
down, ami hu expired almost instantly
H. went over to my mother's (tils home)
and got a negro mini to help lay hlin out
It Is about 200 yards from our homo to
my mother's; he died nt between 11 aud
Cross-examined:! hired n negro
woman to wash tho clothes, Cally Crof-
ten; very little stain on bed clothes;
there w as no blood on tho bed clothes
He-direct: .John U. had been com
plaining ever elnoc ho hurt btcn thcro
not seriously until very recently. The
stains were bloody froth, and were over
his noe and on tho sheet that lay over
1 I in aud had run down thu sldu of ids
I.ottls Jonea sworn : Know nothing
nbotit the death of Delany; It. camu over
for mu to help lay him out; t went and
assisted him and laid him out; saw no
bruises on him.
John 11. Davis sworn for people: H.
came up (to my mother-in-law's ) tliecven
Ingalterthe morning thu young man
died, 011 his way up to Foster's to get
him to make a collln; It. said Ik; hud come
from Cairo thu night iK'fore; that Wade
was out attending to something about
lewling; when he called hhn to
the hou-e to sec Delany.
Cross-examined : H. catne between
3 and 5 o'clock; it Is a little ou-r one mile
from Wade's to where Hubert- camu to
ni"; my hearing Is not thu best Just tol
Thomas Clark (colored) sworji : llae
known W. and H. four years; knew D.
about one year; I helped put D.lu collln;
It. came utter me ut Crottcii's to help put
him in collln; saw 110 wound on Delany;
everything natural; saw nothing wrong
Willi the body, except he bled u little ut
the no.-e; frothy blood.
Cross-examined : Wa not looking for
bruises; was notexjieethig any.
The testimony of Wudo and Huberts
was not taken down, but their statement
corresponded with those of Foster, Hun
-acker, Kill and others In every substan
tial particular; 11 lid the prisoners were al
-Joe KoLokcr Is now fa full entitrol ot
he Washington lukeiy, ami listing l.'aru-
ni the tvai.ti) of tliu public, la prepared I
aui ply oil call a l demands fur French loaf,
llo-lou, Drown mid (iraiiaui bread, a in I
v. rylhiui; else orillimrily found In first-
ciaa-htk ry, lie mallltaitla a fll I alock ol
eonlertlolli-riva, aud enll. an well at all)
otticr duitlrr In the city, till all orders In
t'mt line. Cakes h.mfd, ifo-ted or orna
mented ou short notice. Hciu lattcnilon
kIv-:ii 10 tho orjur of wedding or iilvnii'
i'artlei. !l 12-tf.
Illearlilni; unit Trlinmlnur.
Mr. 5 in William-rui wl he- to announce
to t li c pub!!.', aiul her old 1 alrons tli 1 1 the
1 prepared to bleach, press and shape hats
In tho cry l.itct style, at the low price ol
7i cents each. Her pcr-oual attention will
he liven to trimming hats and bonnet.
rrico A") to W cent Ui-sldi'iico on Wah-
'ngii n uu'iiuc. between I'ighth and Ninth
-tret-. Any young lady desiring to learn
the business may apply to iih.
- &-0t. Mr.s. Sam Willi amsok.
A I'oaltlve Cure I'or Itlieiitimtlain
for sale ut the drug store ol M.J. UctJaulcy,
between VA lite-nth and Nineteenth streets
in Cutnmcrcial at cnuc. .1 IS
Tito. Horse Vt'airoii I'ur Snlr.
A nett wagmi lor sale at 11 bargain. Ap
ply nt tuc Ui'i.t.r.n.t cottLtlng-room. tf.
Sp'cndld line of -"prim; l'rltil", now open
Also lull line i f l.idies' ami Oenl's ali.ie.
at Uatcrn price, bo h at wliulcitl ami
retail at Nkw Yokk stork.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
loppy Keller Tor Young .Men from tin
rDt-cti of Krrnra nml Aliupca In aurly Ills .Man
hood restored. l!iiieilliiiruta to Marrliis'e re
111. mil. New uirtliml nf tit-aluit'iit New and
ri'iuarkablu miiailit'a. Uooknatnl circular aent
free, in srati-d entcluiwg. AiMrrsd, H0W AKI1
AS-OClAiiO.,ill).V .Ninth atreil. liilluiil
plila, I'a , an Institution hat bit; a IiIkIi rt'i.ula
tlnti fur houonible cumluct ami iimlVuluiul
Purl I. lal.
Steamer City of Vlok-burjr. St. Louis.
" Great HfpubUc, St. Louis.
" Andy Baiiin, Cincinnati.
" Cherokee. Cincinnati.
" St. Jo-eph, St. Louis.
" Chas. W. Mead. Pittsburg.
' Peytona and tow, Xew Orleans.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Joe Kinney, Vicksburg.
" Hickory, Mound City.
Kanawha and barges, Ohio.
" Arlington, .Memphis.
" Capitol City, Vicksburg.
Steamer City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
" Great Hepublle, New Orleans.
" Andy Itaiim, Memphis.
" Cherokee, Xew Orleans.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Chas. W. Mead, St. Louis.
" Peytona and tow, Louisville.
" Grand Tower, St. Loul.
" Joe Kinney, St. Louis.
" Hickory, Si. Louis.
" Arlington,' Cincinnati.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" John X. .Mneouib, bt. Louis.
mvr.n. nrsixnss and wiiatiiki..
Thu river has commenced to decline
here, anil In tho twenty-fours ending ut !1
p. in. yesterday thu tall was onu Inch.
The Ml-slslppl continues falling at St.
I.oul. with nine feet of water In the
channel below to this city.
Bu!ness on thu levee was actlvo yes
terday, and all of thu boats added here.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Win l)Ki'AiiriicsT, Hutu lUrour,
March '.'i, iS75.
LOW WATSII. c"AIr,E'
FT IK. ri. IH.
u ti 0
a a -v 1
17 4 0 -3
8 7 U 0
THE MASOX tt HAMLIN
WINNKK9 of thrre hlKhmt racdds and di
ploma of honor, at Vienna, 1873, and
Paris, lsiI7. now offer tht Hurst aaaortiniiit ol
the beat cabinet orirana lu ttiat worlJ, Includliif
new lie wilh recent linirotreiueut not only
i'hisltt!y forcuah, as formerly, uutalao o
new nliina of eay imymeuta, the most ravuruvl
etrr ottered Ors'an rented with prl'llr ut
imrtiuise, to almost any part of tli country,
i'lrat pa ment W or upward
tlhi. (ruled latalouueii aud circulary. wltniuu
uaillculart, scut fret on reuaieat. -d4re
KAJOH UAMHX OROA2T CO.,
CAino, III., Monday F.vknwo.1
March 2Jnd, 1876.
The heavy rains of tho latter part of
last week interfered considerably with
thu movement of grain and hay; tills,
combined with light receipts, makes our
report of sales rather meagre.
Thu weather was raw nnd cold yester
day, but after u light fall of snow last
night, It cleared warm und pleasant, and
to-day has been bahnly und springlike.
In most respects, the market Is un
changed. Flour shows a decided Im
provement In feeling all round, nnd wo
notu a large Increase In the Tolumc of or-
(1 rsfor thu last day or two. In bar the dc-
111 md i itcndy und. supply fair; prices hold
firm and unchanged. Oatsurultif.ilrsu-a
ply, and holders tlrmnt an advance. The
market Is almost bare of corn, owing to
the light receipts occasioned by that dlni
ciilty usually experienced at this season
of thu year by farmers In moving grain.
lb' refer to bad weather, and worse coun
muter and eggs aro overstocked and
dull, with ilticttiattng prices.
Chickens, apples and potatoes are
scarce, aud In good demand.
at-Our lrlends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sale Irom tlrst hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
eary to charge an advance over these
The feeling hi all grades show great
Improvement, and wu note an increase In
the demand all round. Stocks are light and
prices firm and unchanged, Sales were
J00 barrel $t 50yi;o00 barrels $4 Vi
' 75; :!00 barrels XXX spring $4 75; 300
barrel XXX spring $3 (30; 500 barrels
U rsi.-) 50; COO barrels $1 UXgt) 50; 400
barrel $l(53 50.
The market Is steady and firm. Rc
celpts arc light; supply fair and the de
mand good. Wu uotu sales of 1 car
choice timothy delivered $22; 5 cars
holce inhed delivered $21; 2 cars mixed
delivered $20; I car choice timothy deliv
ered $22; 1 car prairie delivered $17; 4
ars choice mixed delivered 32021.
Transactions arc limited by lack of
upplics. Receipts are light, the demand
steady aud market bare. Prices arc reg
ular and unchanged. Sales were 2 cars
Xo. 2 mixed in sacks delivered, 75c; 3 curs
No. 2 mixed in bulk nn track, 09c; 1 car
No.2whltelnbulkon track, 71c; CcarsNo.
2 mixed in sacks dcllv red, 75c; 2 cars
Xo. 2 white In sacRs delivered, 77c.
The demand has Increased and tho
market is steady and firm nt an advance.
Receipt lire light. Wo note sales of 4
cars Xo. 2 mixed In bulk on track. COc; 10
cars Xo. 2 mixed In bulk on track, 00c; 5
cars Xo. 2 mixed In sacks delivered, C3c.
The market Is (pilet und easy. Stock
are heavy and demand light. Sales were
100 barrels kiln dried $3 00; 300 barrels
steam dried delivered $3 Co.
Dull; there Is no demand at any price.
Oflerhu's at $22 to-day found no buyers.
Receipts nrc largo and stocks very
heavy too heavy for tho demand. Prices
are quoted unchanged but weak Sales
went 200 pounds choice Northern packed
25c; 10O0 pounds choice Xorthern packed
2.I0; 30 tubs choice Xorthern packed
25c; 20 tubs choice Xorthern packed 20c;
11 tubs choice Xorthern packed ISc.
Tho news from Chicago has knocked
the bottom out of the egg market. Prices
are not quotable to-day havu dropped
from 20c on Saturday to weak 10c to-day.
Sale were 1000 dozen, sold on Saturday,
20o; 500 down, sold to-day, lC18c; 500
dozen, sold to-day, 10c.
The demand for chickens has been so
lively that no tronblu was experienced in
obtaining high rates for all that weru of
fered. Oll'erings were all taken, leaving
the market bare ami prices still. Sales
weru 3 coop choice mixed $3 60; 5 coops
choice hens $3 5003 73; 200 choice mixed
The cold weather of Saturday occa
sioned somu demand for dre-ed turkeys,
aud 400 pound sold at 12Jc; this was tho
extent of supplies.
Choice sell readily at $3 253 50. Com
mon vnrictie Ibid a fair demand at $2 50
(u'l. The supply Is very limited. Side
w ere 10 barrels choice 3 253 50: 10 bar
rels choice Hen Davis $3 50; 50 barrels
common $2 6033.
ORAXUES AXD LEMONS.
The market is fairly supplied and de
mand moderate. Sales 10 boxes oranges
$5; 10 boxes lemons $7 50; 15 boxes or
Tho market is steady und firm nt $3
jier barrel. The demand Is fair and very
tew oll'erhig. Sales weru 50 barrels peach
blows at $3; 20 barrels sweet potatoes, $3;
23 barrels pink eyes, $3.
Thcro is a fair supply or all kinds of
cut meats In market. The demand Is con
llucd to small order lots. There Is no
mess pork in market and very llttlo in
quiry. Sales weru 600 pounds sugar
cured bacon hams In bulk, 13c; 600 pounds
dried salt shoulders In bulk, 7c; 10 tierces
Corrected Dally by E. SI. Stearns. omralMl
merchant, becrtury t tn -Uo Board (
Flour, according to grade......
lni, lllixtn, aararu..
Corn, white, aced..
1 lata, raiieu
Driui. tier ton ..
Me.il, atruiu dried .....................
flutter, ciiulc Northern roll .-
ltutter, cholc Southern Illinois
):''. per doieu.............
(.mcieiia, it iiuteu......,
lurkeya, ir doien.. .........
Aonl-a. cIhjIc. tr barrel
Apiac, comtnuu, per barrel..--
loUtoM, per turret -
Oai0M fit bMTtf ..... ....a"""..t