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' Fluid Extract
A Specific Remedy For All
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
For Dihl'.lty. Los of Memory. Indisposition to
Exertion or B'natM, Shortness of Breath.
Ttcii.'i.id wi'.b Thought of Disease. Dlxnts cf
Vid' L, PUn la tic Back. Cb.':. ud He.vl. Kai!i of
Bleed '.o the Head. I'u'.c Countenance ondDry Skia.
If tlietc svmptin:s are. allowed to go on. very
frequently Epileptic fit and Coiitu&p'.inu follow.
When lb constitution become affected ii require
IL" o: il of an Invigorating medicine to strengthen
u J tone cp the system, which
I'OES IN EVERY CASE.
A HELMBOLD'S BUCHU
By any remedy known. It Is prescribed lytic
most eminent pbylclai. all over tic world, la.
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
Iliodafhe. Palo In the shoulder. ConcS, Dizzi
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symptoms, are the offspring of Dyspepsia.
: Invigorates the Stomach,
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hi i iTTiTinritif. jiTifi imrtflriitii. mv n:. nnn v lw in
the whole system,
f. A single trial will be student to convti.ee the
, , most hesitating ol its valuable remedial qnumic.
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CONTIMTD KI'.OM FOrHTH PA0.
such throat as Callic Johnson had sworn
to. luit v.:t:kl have hcanl it, had it ken
C!at:t'?a V.'illiarr.s heard Newman en!l
Gl'js "a d d black 8 of a b . and tell
h':n he'd nr.ih him ?r.d that if he didn't
b..kout ht'd murder him!
Vi'jn. II. G.tTEcr, a!ir;s Shanar, gave unim
f'ltict ttstiac-Bv. oil of which was exclud
ed froa f'em the jury, except the state
ment that, r.hj-sically, Newman was the
more roweiful man.
Cha-ley G!a;s was then put upon the
stuwl, and detailed a chapter of very seri
ous prievascesto which Newman had sub-
jvcted him. Newman had estranged the
auctions cf his woman: took her away in
the night time, despite his remocstances.
Had knocked him down and beat him with
a louncre slat h 1 o-n house. On Friday
bef' re the mrrder. Newman came into the
houfte. toek Ih'tgs frcm Glass' room into
the little rc-m where P.uih made up a bed
for him. He then asked Newmnn if he 'n
trnded to convert liis house into a brothel?
He said '-yes, ami you shan"t stay here any
more." ' He tf ok my bottle i f whisky out
of my pocket, and with a man from down
town (Iriick it. in my prfsecce. He thej
to'.d a bey to go up stairs atid tell my wo
man Ruthy to siz' him a half dollar. He
went up stairs tiinselt f n s cn returned
with the half dollar, of my nu ney that he
had obtained frvtn Ruth. I had a liule
b vx with i in it. Het'.re cut both my
pockets hue ' -2 L r it. Took it. opened it,
and handed it back. I don't know how
much he took out. Upon another cccaM n
he ordered Ruth to gt t bun his supper. I
remonstrated. He demanded to know
what I had to s.iy. and threatened to
smother me in my own blood. Saturday
moiri'-.ar he f.;albc J me, tip stains, and sa'.d
he wottll throw me out ot the window pnd
break my G d neck. R'.;'y went ;t
to Ellen McKetr.ey's, ca ked supper for
him, did up a shitt l r him and said they
were going down town a ball together.
I sai I to Ruthy. "no yi u must not go to
the ball; you belong to the church." 1
heard no oti.tr threats from Newman than
thi-e related. On Sunday (the day of the
murder) I went to the d.or cf Ellen Mc-Kerni-y's
tvem. Newman rnd Ruthy were
thi re. Nc-wmrn sr:d, "crme Rj'hy, lie
down en the bed; don't l e alr.'.id." She
looked at me and hughid. I md net,
speak to Nevn;..n. Ellen and Ruthy
shortly rwr-'-ds went up to the gallery,
I left the house first. I returned anil went
up l-.to M:s. McF.ui'Un's room. I'said to
Mrs. L F "i..n't you kr.ow that man ain't
done right, a t.iiki:j cf pawsicg his stcht
el n gt Rrhy to lie dowa with him
right bef re my eyes;" She said "no. he
ain't ; I don't know whiit sort of a way sis
ter Ruthy is a doing and her just baptized
and carrying on in that terrible bad way."'
I then wail; ; d on in end picked up the axe.
Mrs. McF. s;.id: "Gl..;3what r.re you going
to clow.;h theaxe.' I said "I am going
to make that nigger leave my house. . lie's
in there hucinng at me.' She said, "don t
you want si m'ihirg to eat i" I said "no.
I ain't got no Lean to eat anything.
They've took my tilings p id want my
house." She said. " 'taint right. It I was
you, Mr. Glass. I'd make him go." I left
the room, came light to the door and said,
"Carter, you gtt up and go right out of
here.'! When I t.?l 1 him that, he was lying
on his left side with his face on the edge
ot the bed. IIer.se up and said, "yon
black of a b leave yourself I" When
he said tint he started to get up. Whether
ho got la th feet cn the floor or not I can't
say. 1 then hit him quick, and when I
saw the bleed fly, I cried "oh !" I started
to hit him jca'3, and was scared, and
dropped the axe and fn.
knuckles pro;iud'ng Ironi
Ho had brass
preluding l roni l is pockets, and
when he told me to get out of my own
house, and cursed me, he put his hands to
his pockots to draw the knuckles. I was
afraid of him ; he was a better man than I
am, and I was afraid he would take advan
tage of me.
Coroner Fitzgerald gave rebuttal testi
mony to the effect that Glass mnde i voluu
tary statement to tho Coroner's jury, In
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JULY
which be made do allusion to braes knuckles,
or to an attempt of deceased to attack him.
Ho said, after beincf cautioned not to com
mit himself, that deceased was ia tho act
of getting off tho bed; that he ordered him
out of the house, that he made no reply;
that then defendant struck deceased with
the oxo twice. He further said that ho
was afraid of Newman, that if they got
into a fight he, the defendant, would get
tho worst cf it.
And with Mr.F's testimony the attorneys
announced the evidence closed. The hear
ing of Glass during his examination be
trayed great mental excitement. He is en
tirely unlettered, and feeling that his life
hung suspended upon but a brittle thread,
it is not a matter of surprise that ho be
trayed great trepidation and excitement.
About ten o'clock State's Attorney Mul
key commenced his opening argument for
the people. He occupied the time ot the
court until noon. After dinner Harmon II.
Black, Esq. argued the case for the prison
er, Mulkey made the closing speech, and
at 5 o'clock the jury was charged by the
court, and, inchargeof an officer, retired to
consider of its verdict. '
The jury after an absence of two hours,
returned into court about 7 :30 p. m., aDd
the foreman handed to the clerk the ver
dict, which read: "We, tho jury, find tho
defendant, Charles Glass, guilty of murder,
as charged, and tlx his punishment at
And so, unless there is an active and
successful inKrferonce in his favor, Charles
Glass will socn p3y the penalty of his
great crime, upon the gallows.
Blcnminirton has 3,911 children of
Mattoon people have subscribed 115.000
to sink a cod shaft, which is to be 465 feet
Col. Robert Ingersoll has sold his '.'5.-
000 residence in Peoria; we suppose, there
fore, be will shake the dust cf Illinois citi
zenship from his feet.
The supervisors of Maccn county have
ordered an election to be held on the propo
sition to fund $200,000 of bonded indebted
ness, now drawing 8 per cent, interest, for
other bonds bearing a lower rate.
Since the organization of Macon county
more than fifty murders have been commit
ted therein, and the most severe sentence
inflicted cn ucy murderer, was fourteen
years in the penitentiary.
The leg of Mrs. H. A. Doty, a well know n
lady of liloomington, was broken by the
contraction of muscles resulting from in
flamatvry rheumatism. The case is con
sidered very remarkable by al the physic
ians. Milton (Pike county) Beacon: Allen
Landess reports 78 bushels and 32 pounds
golden amber wluat raised from 100 rods
of land. This gnes a yield of 05 budiels
from an acre. Fielding Hanks reports
1.200 bushels i f Theat raised on his farm
from 49 acres, making an average of 25
bushels per acre. It" was threshed in two
days by Norton Foreman, with a common
Geo. W. Fay. of Waukegan. shot himself
on Monday. He was formerly connected
with the Fidelity Savings lank of Chicago,
the State Savings and other banking insti
tutions of that city, Yhile in' Chicago, a
physician prescribed whiskey for dyspepsia
with which Fay was sulTering. and he grew
too fond of the bottle. He leaves a wife, a
grown-up daughter and a large circle of
friends both in Waukegan and in Chicago
to mourn his less.
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the soldier. All entitled should apply at oure.
Thousands who are now drawlnf pensions are en-,
titled to an lnereas. Soldier aud wlduw of Iho
nt imu. btiiI Mexican war. entitled to pensions.
Fee In al) case only t0.00 Sid two juwp for
pew law blank and" iMtroetlou to NAT. WARD
FITZOKRALD, V, a). Claim Attor
ttorxwy, Bos IJi
Wanhlngton, D. C.
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