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CAIW. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, MHO.
NEW SERIES NO. 157.
Q KOI 10 13 II. LEACH, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
S ;i" i.lni attuull'in to th'i Ihnrn'opu'lrc ( ri-ut-m
ii I. f K'lricsil ilnou' . met r.m.-uie. ul women
oilii'c: Nil 1 1 Kigali flruut, near Commercial
kViMiuit, I'mro, liln.
r II. MARFAN, M. P.,
Ilomeopithic l'hy.dihiu ninl Surgeon.
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Summer Vooil and Kiwllin
uci-l a.V.i nil nana
At Sevcuty-livc nuts per load.
16 t ri v e T r i in minus
At oue dollar jut load.
Tli' ' ".r'mmliii.'" ' roam 1 .lisv'ni:. am make
the hi-.t . iniTn'T wrxid fur ro'ikln? inrji"
r;"at-ftt rvt-r olrl :n Cim. Kor h'arlt
"r.:V iu ntlne tin-.. ihv are nre'niul ed.
i."kvv v : r uriii-r t tl.e T-nth tr-et wond vrd
ryv.Z CITY NATIONAL HANK
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M. U. C4NIKB.
I',X( hange. Coin ami United Statcg Bonds
holout am bold.
TUpn.it.ceeriTed tiid t jei.era'. I irking buatr.cai
B X Iv.
O.nnniTci.il Avciiur and Eighth Street.
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II. V.. Calrj.
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tli.' Sing Dcpuriinent. o'l'T ;lo:n ouik' n
Ri! d'iln r proiuptly 'ter:i!rd hi.
yOOUM tfe imODKKICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenno. Cor.
o vi i io - - ills
J J ALU DAY' RKOTIIKKS,
nrAi mil i!
FLOCR. U RAIN AND II AY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hitrliost Cash I'rlcp I'm Id for Wlent.
NKW YORK STOliE,
W110KI.SA1.E AND IM'TAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX T1IK Cl'l'V.
C. O. PATlKit CO.,
Or.Nini'h'nnttiMri'ott f1'Ill'f) 111
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To tii(- I 'lib; it-:
Jl.ivi.'i; ih..1 L;iijrct AsMiircd S( (irk ill Southern Illinois
wo arenow oUVrii!;; iitKiiis l.o'.'.vj' tli-'.n ran k houht tl.se
where in v-v :i; .
Each li.i.'-iit iss? (;, ! I ;!: Tiadc. and
(Joodsin.a'ivv.'ii l-v. u i tin.
LOW i'T l'nssiJjj,;-. Vl 'ICK.
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Clinicc Wliiir 'i ".i ; !: . 00
Extra 0 Mi::: i. I'1 - . I ':.;! 1 M
ivm: stu',.1-. : : -' l 0
New 1 ti'lcii .: i..' i ! : ;- 1 00
II io Colli-f ?.! . ' !'. -i.!- 1 Oil
KioCofi'i'C I i ;;i'. ' !.!', ... 1 00
Jiio CoflVc .,..!... . !:; ', 1 no
Mexican C.,i. .' "!.:. i 1 00
Java CiiflVi' clmii'i', ! i:hmiN 1 O'.i
Choicf Kaiiiis, 'iT jMnnid I'ltcnts. i; -ii . I'linn'v n-r niun! 10 ((!?.
('iiir'('nri'iuits -i iHiuicixfiir 25 c-nl. ! T. a-. . .. uu Tf a:id oO ci'lits.
l!ct (inn I'owdcr ti ii in ill-' i il l.lur ;'.' c.'!ii ui-v ji.i:i:id.
K V K it Y T II I N C.; L O Y.
I) K Y 0 0 0 1) S
At Hock Ilottoni Price's All our TM-y (iooil have been
marked down. Stock must be reduced.
CLOTH ISC DEPAUTMEST
FULL AM) C0MJ.M7I::TK.
1'aiits. T.V. ts. to H). Overcoats vdd el-cv.liere for $1.50 and
o.iiii. sold hv u for $L"J5.
Bool and Shoe Department
:MKST IX TI IK CITY.
I'O-inc'u, Tull Stuck i:tiot---MU;m:r:ii-. :!! .I..V) Vull I.iui' of Calf
P.imiH Mil I Slide-. StO!.M lioM.solllyi.iMI. AfffllH f.V I'.tV.l !J. Ill 0 II A Co" ClH-
tout I.ud 'c-i iin.l iLildrcn'sSlii;!'.. 'Every air wainuiU'iI.
Y tlio Millio;)-. Kail I
I'll ESI I O VST EI IS UIX'KIVKI) DAILY P.Y LXPRESS.
0 Jv llor.'f in t!:o ("A .Selling lciiiiin Claud's Ann;i Dniiid.
FULL LINE OE CHOICE LKUUS AND WINES Foil
CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY CANDIES IX CAIRO.
Only lloibf h lliiu-l iTiu li Mixed Candy at jvr iionml.
SUs-l,I GJ IT n v xure.T.
We will on tlic cvotiiiig' of the 2 .'Id ami LMlli iit. Mulit onr llousp v i(li Kim
ninu dels ol'Oas, limkiiiy: tin1 Mure a lu-rlVct Miii-!iylit. Jiuyjour (foods wlicic
you can save money, at
ISTUAV YORK STOJUi
RUSTOX I UTTER IN ft roUXDlWDIKS FOR FAMILY USE.
FULL SUPPLY OF
ts f. a
. : --r-
inc tilTi of all k:v-U.
A IRC) CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iSU STATES.
Ori muUfliT Mnndn.v. .liliii'Ttli, nml niilll liirlhiT
iidtli'i' uiri'irrjlHiiit wiilimikr irlji. hk fi'lloiMi:
t.K.WRIt I.R AVRM l.tAVlH
Pn.i Koiirih n Mli-miurl I.nud'K. Kutitucky l.tl'n.
K:im h. in.
:i i. m.
8:W it in,
l ft. m.
II n. m.
8 p ni.
D;00 p. in.
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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CiiicAoo, Deci'iiiln r 2s, 10 a.m.
ri k Jnniiury, it .1 iV.i;M:iy nml Fil)Mi
(jirii January, .'i7iuc; M-iy, -J.1 t:c.
Onti -J:in! i ry, i'.dij.
WImj At February, f!-' Vc; J.itiu try,
CiiifAoo, DiT'-ni'irt-r S-". 12:00 v.
Pork Jur.unry, 12 47).: F..-'.ni:iry.
C'.iin -J:ini n-y ai;d M.sy, -I! 7.,c.
OnV-i-tVliruvy, JJO'je: M iy, :!!;;.
Wl:":i' - Jaiiwtry, iM! : Frl.Tirny,
CiiK'f;y, Di.'ccmbcr 2S, 1 v. m.
P)rk-I)f(:nlnT, $10 TV, 11 0'); Jiiiii
arr, i12 81; February, ijil 2 :,:,-).
Lurd DcccijiIkt, Janu.iry,
:iO4.S 40; Fi binary, 50(ii)
Wheat January, ijl 01 'J; February,
Cum- iX'etinber, iJ0,;c; J miliary, IJii'c;
Oats- Di.tcmber, 21 c; January, 0c;
hlvEiii-ooi., iJeceiiibcr, 28, 2 :00 I-. m.
Wlieat winter, 9s G'ivi9-i KM; spring,
8s G llis Oil; California uvcraire, -10s;
C.ilifoniia club, fis 8d,10a ij.l .
Crn new 5s 51.
A DOCTOR'S DOINGS.
Ur. G'.-o. II. Leacli, yesteril ay unpearud
bet'iire Sijuirt! O.-bcrn in answer to a sum
mons, cliar'in him with
diiurlerly conduct. The summons was
sworu out by a w liite nun nntned Kcneris
Li.wiby who, toLjetlier with bis witness,
Frank Wright, were in the court room
awiiitir.n' the arrival of tin; doctor, when
that gentleman put in his itppcanucc.
Mr. Lizenly testiiied that on December
G:li, be had called at the ef.iee of Dr.
Leach aad desired to have li'g arm get,
which was broken. He had informed flic
Doctor, at the time, that he was out of
money, but woul.1 pay him for
bis services ut as early a day as possible.
The Doctor bad expressed bis w illingrieiis
to set the arm and wait
a reasoniibli; length of time for bis pay, and
upon this agreement the arm was set, and
Mr. Lizeuby d-parted in peace, which, how
ever, lie was not permitted to enj iy to any
v ry al.irmin,' extent, tor 'he Doctor with
maace af.irethou.'ht called upon him and
robbed him thereof by demanding
the mo:i"v--not once but repeatedly.
The last time the D etor railed for the
money he had demanded his pay or the
bandage which held the arm in position,
but by promising that he (Lizeiiby) would
call ut the Doctor's otliec on Sunday the
Doctor left the house. On Sunday Lizeiiby
called at the ollice, but found no one there
and resolved to call the next day which he
did. Upon entering,' the olli , accom
panied by Frank Wright, thy doctor
locked the door and pocketed the key, and
then stepped into an adjourning room for
a pis ol. lie returned lo the ro.om nith
the itol in bis hand and laying it on the
table be-ddo him, demanded the pay for
bis services or the splints from his patient's
arms, but upon finding that he could 'et
neither, unlocked the door Mid permitted
his ri.Mtors to depart without inolotation.
The court found the doctor guilty of the
charge, but he took an appeal to the circuit
In order to obtain the Doctor's side of the
r-tory we called upon him yesterday evening.
Hi.' said it was Hue that he had repeatedly
callel upon his patient tor the money, but
only when the money was promised. He
had not invited Lizenby to his nflice, but
bad told him to send the upliuts, w hich he
bad placed about the arm, or the money,
and when Lizenby, in company with Frank
Wright, called at his nflice on Monday lust,
he refolved to be prepared for them and
not let them "'et the drop" on him. He
therefore procured bin Smith and Wesson
and kept it in readim ss. It was his inten
tion to tfet out a writ ot repleviu for the
Juil.uiii;' from what our northern exchange
say, the good people, living noitli of Cairo,
have no prejudice against the nero and
they accord him all tlm rights of u citizens.
They claim, with a jrrenl deal of compla
cency, thfit lliey inu too civilized to harbor
race prejudices, and they seem to feel that
it is their duty to lecture all others for
their refusal to admit the nero to a
peilect social and political cpiality. It
doesn't seem to occur to them thai, p: rlnps,
the reason why they are conscious o! little
ot no prejudice iiiraini-t iieirrocs is that tli y
are seldom brought in contact with them.
II negroes were nr. numerous in tbo north
us they are in Cairo or tho south, there
would then be an oppoitunity of discover
ing what 1 1 iu real sentiment of tliu northern
people are. Wu havu no doubt they arc
sincere in thinking they are without pre
judice, but their sincerity in liko the virtue
of those who have never Ixyn exposed to
temptation. If the ut roi:s were in the
minority in any r.oithern state and insisted,
us thee do in he south, on occupying posi
tions for which, ,n account of their isnor
fitiee, they are wholly unfitted, we are con
fident th'it there would be a much more
bitter prejudice avainst them than there is
anywhere in the south. In some of the
iioitlein ytitcs there are many Ihou
s I'i'i.i of negroes. In New 'fork it w es
tim ited that at the last eh'Ction th"y c.ist
thirty thoiis ind votes. Ve do no', how
ever, hear of any ot t ! in 'iIIiiil; oliieul po-
Jsitiobill tile e.fi;da!Ure, t'j vn couneils,
sehoo! Ihi.'ii.is or anyuhi'i''! ilse. Intact,
hey iireiven no poliiieal or y.icial recoir-
n. ii n w;i'.:c v,r. llieyirive iiotiiiic; UKe
the finn.h r ot" privileges in the north that
they h ive le-low lids city. Only u tew
weeks hl,'o a riot wan tbreatei.ed in t!ie city
of I'ittsbnr becau-e of an attempt to in
troduce colored children in ore of the
white public schools of the city. Lat Fri
day, in the town of Richmond, Fid., a little
pirl was turned out of one of the public
schools because she hail negro blood in lier
veins. Her skin was as white as that of
any girl in the school, but the school board
refused to allow her to remain, although
that was the only school where the German
language, which she wished to learn, was
taught. Hero are two late instances of
northern prejudice against the negro.
Others, no doubt, could easily bo mention
ed. Before the northern people assume the
role of teacbers of the people of the south
thev ought to be certain that they are pre
pared to fill that position. As far as the
negro is concerned, it is clear that the
northern people are no more tolerant and
no freer from prejudice than the southern
Piov. lr. Hooper Crews.
Dr.Crews wasone of the olde-t Methodists
in the country and li id for nearly fifty
years devoted his time and energies to
work in the P.ock Iliver conference, and in
the vicinity of Chicago. He was bom
April 17, 107, in Harrcn county, Ken'ucky,
near the town or Glasgow, and conseqiif ntly
at the time ( I his decease was more than 73
years old. His father died when he was
quite young, and he was surrounded by all
lh"se elements thnt led to corruption and
perdition. His mother was piou?, and be
lieved in bell, an l determined that her boy
should not go then. He, however, was in
fluenced by his surroundings, and was
growing up in worldiness, when in bis 17th
year he attended n camp-meetin?, held at
Level Woods, H ud:n cointy, in his native
state, by the famous Linds-y, uud was there
con, -cried .
TI! E IDKA f F l'ltKACni.NO
then entered his mind, but it seemed
absurd. Two years afterward he heard
Presiding Elder George Taylor preach
from the text, "Go work to-day in my
vineyard." The sermon seemed aimed at
him, and after it the rider said to him:
"Very young friend. I dedicate that sermon
to you." lie was surprised and distressed,
but shortly afterward he spoke to his
mother about the matter, and found, to Ins
surprise, that she had hern thinking of the
same thing, mid she told him to go nnd
preach. A license to exhort wasyiven him
without bis application, und one day an
elder railed up m him to supply a vacancy
in the 1' iwling Green circuit, lie was 21
years old when he accepted the position.
In 1S2!) be joined
TUT. KKNTITKY rONFI'.HKNCK,
and was appointed to the Salt Piver cir-
l i , r... t. t..
i:mi, i:rir ui; 1 1 i.i'ii in." i mi iit.j jr.u:,, in
18l!l he was srnt to the Greensbury circuit,
and preached in that circuit for two years.
In 18H:i lie was stationed at Kussclvillc, and
in 1 S:J 1, after having been appointed by
llishnp Soule to Cythiaun, Ivy., Hishop
Huberts transferred him to the Illinoiscon
ference, in order to send him to Galena.
The Illinois confeieuce then included Illi
nois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota, It
hud at that time, forty six preachers. The
districts and circuits were then very large.
The appointments of Gclena embraced the
mining districts as far north as Platteville,
Iowa. The transfer was made on the con
dition that Mr. Crews should
00 BACK TO KE.NTlTKV
after a year. But in ISUI Bishop Huberts'
urgency overcame his decision to return to
his native state, and he staid iu Illinois,
and was sent to Springfield, and during tho
same year was married to Miss Mary F.
Smith, of Htisselville, Ivy. Tho people
were at that time wild with spccuUtion,
and in May, 19:17, he found that, the full
membership of his church had' diminished
by forty during his pastorate, lie was
qu'te overcome by this discovery, and after
much silent prayer be preached
A VOWKKKl'i. flilt MUX
on, "What shall it profit a man if he gain
the whole world and loso his own soul."
Mis sermon produced such an impression
that an altar service lasting until midnight
was held and forty persons, all men, were
Converted at that meeting. In 18:f7 he was
appointed presiding elder of the Danville
district, and served tho churches Iu that
J relation for three yearn. Iu 140 ho was
transferred to the Hi ck Hiver district nnd
was Htalioned ut the Clark afreet church of
Chicago, where ho preached two years.
In 1842 he was appointed presiding elder
of the Chicago district, laboring thus for
i wo years. In 1S4V he was appoint
ed presiding elder ot the Mount
Morris district, remaining in that office tor
four years. In 1818 ho was again mod
the presiding elder of the Chictigo district
for one year. In 1841) ho was Appointed
agent of the Hock Hiver seminary, which
oiiiee he filled for three, years. In 1812 hn
was stationed in Galena for twa years. In
1SV1 l.e was pgiiiu appointed to Clark
Street church, Chicago, during two years.
In be, was stationed at the First
chutch of the Hockford district. In 1SC0.
he was appointed to Jolict. Iu 18G2
whih: in this charge he was elected chap
lain of the 100th regiment, and served in
that capacity until 18GIJ. His health fail
ing then, he was
oiii.iokh to umos,
and that year was made presiding elder of
the Juliet district during two years. In
1801 he was for the third time appointed
presiding elder of the Chicago district,
serving four years. In 18(11) hn wan station
ed at Indiana avenue foroncyear. In 1S70
he was appointed to Embuny church of
Fieeport, serving three years. In 1873 lift .
was appointed to IiaUvia, serving three
charges for three years. In 1870 ho toil
sent to the First chuich of Hockford; in
1877 to tho Centennial church of Hockford ;
in 1878 he was appointed to Oregon, w here
ho was, at the time of hia death, a.-r?i.ig
bis third yearly the unanimous request of
the official board. Dr. Crews has
ALWAYS STOOD II Kill
in the esteem of his brethren of the minis
try iu the Methodist church. On tour oc
casions he was honored by the votes of his
conference as delegate to the general con-
icrencti in icm, la iu, ims ami 13.V). I lie
degree of ilivinity was conferred upon him
by the Northwestern university in 16G:).
Dr. Crews leaves three children, Mis.
Barclay, of Cairo; Mrs. Miller, of Denver,
Col., and ('apt. Hooper Crews, of the Uuited
TUK Kl XICIIAI,
was head on Prnlay last and was very large
Besides a largo delegation from Chicago,
there was a special car from Hockford that
brought somo thirty-live of bis friends from
that city, who came to weeo with the be
reaved family, and to pay their last respect.
to the departed. Tho church was incut . 4
oeauuniiiy ami appropriately uccorattM,
and iu every seat the mourners sat, for iu
all probability thero was not one present
who had not a personal acquaintance willi
the sainted dead, and all that knew him
loyed him. On the platform and in the
congregation there must have been thirty or
forty preachers of his own and other de
nominations. The Hcv. II. L. Martin con
ducted the services.
The choir opened by rendering in a most
touching manner the hymn begining:
"Kadu. futlo, curly earthly Joy
Ji'hu Is mine."
After which tho first Scripture lesson
was read by Dr. Moore, presiding elder of
the Frceport district. This was followed
by an appropriate hymn; and then tho
congregation was led in prayer by tho ?y.
William A. Spencer, pastor of tho Cen
tennial church, Hockford, of which chutch
Dr. Crews was pastor before going ti
Oregon. Another hymn, and Dr. Hatfield,
of Chicago, delivered an adJiess from Acts,
xi., 1, 24: "For he was a good man, nnd
full ot tho Holy Ghost and of faith; and
much p.jop'm was added unto tho Lord."
Though these words were origiually
sunken of Barnabas, everv one at once rn.
cognized their fitness ns applied to tho
venerable man whoso remains lay in tho
beautiful casket before the chancel. Good- .
iiess was the preeminent quality that dis
tinguished Brother Crews, as he was fundi-,
iarly called; and by tho power of a sub
lime faith and tho Holy Ghost, ho had.
wrought a great work iu planting churches
in this ami adjoining states. Dr. Hatfield's
remarks were well chosen and fitly spoken.
Sriusii brings the blossoms. Autumn
brings tho fruit and also colds, etc,, for
which nothing superior to Dr. Bull's Cougli
Syrup has ever been offered to tho public.
It always cures. Prieo 21 cents.
Titos. Jamk.s, Darlington, England, says:
The "Only Lung Pad'' is being thoroughly
tried here. One lady has already received
great benellt, who has sullercd for years,
from Bronchitis and Asthma, and con
gestion of right lung. See Adv.
Iu lie-Gonoral Public.
10 cents versus Indigestion nnd Dyspepi
Why linger in the miseries of Indigestion
and Dyspepsia when theto Is an almost in
fallible cure to be found in Spring Blossom.
Trial size 10 cents; regular size 50 cents.
A Little Li'tiniiiisr.
A liltle learning is a dangerous thing,
particularly when dabbling in medicines;
far belter to tec a well tried and established
remedy like Dr. TIioiiims' Eclcctric Oil, en
dorsed' by everybody who has tried it la
cases of " rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
bruises, cuts, boms, and all the ills that n
American sovereign is subject tn. Trie,
50 cents; trial mo 10 ccuts. Bold by Paul