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Ol'I IIOI'.Mt.lIKUT riKKI'T.
The stentner Xutclic. ii"w aiioljo't
of great inturest ti the piiltllr. -pii"i'd
Hk sure to rc:td tlio iidvirtWoinunt
i ' "Crrntrst Work ..f tlif Aire," In this
A cascof sunstroke wns reported nlmitt
noon lo-dnv. Tlie vielimjii Inuoring num.
whs oonvcjci! I ft. Mary' hospital.
(iood wliplcioimt Yinci'nr. Any otin
etui make it. Sou ndvorUcincnt of" V. H.
IIMionln this p'npcr. ' itiyUMinvJiii
Tlio ltar.Ctnrk Itrndvn, president of
tlw Southern Illinois college, preached In
the Christina Church, ycstcrdity morning
Hetnombcr thu Hough nud Kendy !mt
in white nnd Itrown, at John Antrim's.
Tlioy uro nice thov iiro cool. See
thorn. ' tf.
Good Calf Hoots for two dollnrs nnJ
sovciity-flvi! cent only til 1'. Noll's, 'o.
tf, Ohio I,ercc.
Fr.Esn Kpgs nnd Yellow lluttcr ctiu nl
ways bo hud. ltend tho Advertisement
"flrentost Work of tlio Age," in this pn
Tlicro In n little child in tho vicinity
nf tho court houso that got.i regular dnlly
evening spunking. lt outcries nnd the
blows nttrnct the nttcntion of tlio cntlro
' Saratoga Ladies' Trunks the bct
inamifiictured nllstzcs nnd prices, ntJohn
Antrim'. Abo fc'nloliels nnd Traveling
Rigs of nil grades, sizes, stylus nnd
prices. ' tf.
It Is inld tho Hon. A. J. Kuyktndall
has lib cyo on n scat in tho .Statu Senate.
If "JCuyk" bad never "departed,1 he
might occupy tlint tent tho next term.
Tho Alt. Cnrmel llrgitterthy, thnt Jlr.
Itobort Hull will veto for I). .Mmm,
Esq., for Uoiigrcsi. "Well, that's ono voto
for Alunn. "Where can lie hopo to find an
other? Itli somowhut slratigo that tho nmric
of Col. JIcKcalg dec n'ot appear in any
of the lilt of novvpostmitstcrs recently con
firmed by the Sciiato.' It U nssertcd ijuito
poiitivelythat tho conflnnntlon has been
IGO.OOO-TIic array of Charter Oak
Stoves now in ncUro service In tho kitch.
cm of tho South mid "West it over one
hundred and fifty thimiand btrong, nnd do.
Ing tho work or Jthrlro that number i.r
stoves of other kinds. JyI8dwlt
Eam: ami Comkout, perfect virion, thu
oyoi preserved, natural right guarnnteiri
to thoto who use I.aznriu & .Morris' per
fected spectacles. Tuber Jfros.sole agents
for this placo. dyl-.'dA u liu.
It Is iald that Charley Arter puts In
bin tltno ut tho Crittenden Springs hunt,
log makof. "Wo wcro not informed wheth
er ho extended his search to tho surround
ing wood', or conllned it to lift boot.
J'erry I'owurs roturned to Cairo vis-
terday, n cripple from tho kick of horso
roceivodon liMeft leg. The wound Is
severe that Terry was compelled to ab.ui
.i.... i.i. f.i .
imauuii wiiu .nr. Ainr, anil re
turned home to rest.
Womrrvuder most of our local space
iu iuo oviuenco now being drawn out in
me -MUinliclmor-DoiiHiiurmnth tnitrdc
caie, now on trial. Tho ciisc excite a
groat deal of Interest, and will mot likely
corminic tho greater juirt of tho v;ek
Tho citizens of Wolf Mand township,
Mississippi county, will hold a L-rumleel...
bration and barbarcue, just for thn inn of
mo tiling, on odnesday thu 2" instant
.oiuss tlinn ono lumdred citizen
named on tho digcrcnt coinniittevs.
pi. ..... .i . . . i .
iuu jov. ui.'U IIODOUy lillii Clier'V
mough, during this hot weather, to com
mil a larceny, or strength enough to get
uji a tight, U Mated a tho reason whv our
liolico courts aroldlu and mir calabo.o
omjity. Xo addition Um been made to the
calHtwosogang slnco last Thursday.
JiiMj Jtuguer' ticket in tho Hen
dr.on land nlo, Jre,v a town Jot In tho
myinicai city at tuo mouth (Jrcon rlvur.
For the purposes of tho land ato tho h.
wa. valued at $100. .Mfko em, probably
stdl It for that sum, provided ho will tko
im pay in cats at 5Un jilece.
Sol Silver Is acting as pa.enger agent
iiju ueiupui anu si. j.ouU packet com
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...... w, i, uhooi mo lew asnKor
agonti who, like George Washington,
wiiiiio. icu a ue." ins trustworthiness
considering tho seductions that surround
mm, is inarvtlous.
For a shnvo, haircut or shampoo, or
ii you warn your uair ami whUkors dyed
to your own satisfaction, call at J. Geo.
rJtelnhoiuo's shop, corner Klghth urect
and Commercial avenue, (IVrrv Homei.
Juntldlm. ' '
MrsVindrtm, lf of .lohn )'n.
drom, jr., AM iu child-bcd , yesterday
monilng. It is t&U tbnt her suQering's
wero Intense. XoighborMendered all thu
kind ministrations the cccwio,, emed to
to call for.
-A note from JIaroj.olli, addre.d to
Dr. Arter, says that hopes of Capt. Worth
Ington's recovery huvo been ab.mloned.
Ills sufferings boewno w intense, that it
becamo nocessary to place him under thu
influence of opiates.
Now Is tho tlmo to sccuro tho moat
desirable rooms at tho St. Charles at low
figures. During July, August and He.
tombcr, u largo deduction from regular
ratos will bo made. A few moro day
boarders cau bo accommodated at tho old
rate. Tho coolest ami most spacious din
.- room io the ultj JyVd Im
The atmosphere to-day lias been close,
giiing ono iho sensation of breathing
through a buncli of cotton Tho .ther
moiiieter Stood at about 90 dug. In tlio
.hiulr at noon. Tho Intensity of thn sun
wa -otncwliat relieved by a 1 r. exu Hint
prevailed during the day
A hrso and dray bih'niiiu; to .Messrs.
Huhs, Loomi i: Co., were ratlier badly
smnshed up. near the Sf. Charle-. yesterday.
A train of empty freight caw wni bucked
ng:iint tho dray, threw tlie horse attached
to the nmund and Injiited biln 'pllle so
-There are two dangerous hub'- In tlio
idewalk on tlie Smith .ride of Twentieth
slnel lmtwecn Cominnruial and Poplar,
tliat tnnil involve the city In another .suit
for dainiie. Tlio expenditure of n slnglo
dollar will make the ti eedful repair. Xeg
lea may cost the city a tliiiiiand times
that stini.j -. '
Digby, cif New.Orlenn. ha lost a
little baby girl, and rilloM $I,MM for hor
recovery. Ho nppcnN to fnthers and
mothcrx to help him find his darling, bin
only daughter. Tho child wa- abducted.
by nmulattres in June last. A full de
scription of the child uud the nbiluctrcss
can be found on mir Insldo pnt;e Head itt
and keep a look out.
Tho Hibernian lire company, which,
under 1're.rident Alollale, has become one
of the most hard-working and elllcient
companies of the country, will glvo a pic
nic In the Kentucky groves, on or about
the 1.1th of August. The members will
sec to it that nil needful arrangements to
secure tho enjoyment of their patron will
bo made. They aro enlerlng Into the pro.
jeet with spirit, and express thu determin
ation to imikit it a big success.
.Messrs, C. Clous, and C. V. Davidson
of this city, contondiri for prizes In tho
Louisville tobacco fair, held last Wednes
day. Thorowero also tlilrl v-eight entrlt8
from llallard county s but initio of them
carried on" a prixe. A It Is generally ac
hnowledged that llallard can bent tli
world in Hie production of lino tobacco
this result Is quite surprising.
6n Fourteenth street, between Wash
ington Bvunuu and Walnut street, about
four feet of tho floor of tho slduwalk isu n-
tlrcly gone. l'oduUrisns passing that wnv
aro compelbid to walk a rottJn streamer,
or turn bick and take tho other side.
Can't somebody "assumo the responslbll
Ity,"nnd make thu needed ren.iirs1 If tho
calaboixo gang could bo worked, the holes
in our sidewalks might bo patched at a
xory trlfllmj expense about $3 pur dav.
- Four llltloboyi, ventured out n thu
Ohioycilurday. in u small round IkjUoiii
canoe, and wcro capsized, when near tho
middle of tho river by tho wave of the
hteamcr linker. Three of thu boy, could
swim, and sueceoded iu getting tlio fourth
on to thn sunken canoe, and held him there
until iiltanct came from the hon It
Is really surprising that there i not a life
lost among tho youngsters who lufe-t our
wharf, and venturirout upon the rlvr-r, nl
most every day. They run all kind- of
hadlcs will ll ml relief from their Mead
ache, Costlvenes", .Swimming In the lleai
(. olle, .Sour Stomach, Jtitlesness, tte etc
,ly tnklng .Simmons' Idvcr Itegulator.
J'erson. living In unhcaltv Im-alltii
may avoid nil blllou attavk by taking
.I.... Lit t ... (. .
in .-uiiimiii. nvor iteguiatitr oeea
tonally, to keep thu I.lver iu hualthv
actl.m. Itrifilhl be u-cd b nil prwili,
olil ami young. It is imt uiiplea-ant, Is
purely vegvtable compound, Is not injur
ou to thu most dolicato eonstitutlon, and
Will Keep the Liver iu healthv notion.
--.Mr. .Steven, late of the' St. Churl
theatre, New Orleans, mid more recently
of tho Vieksburg opora house, is in the
city, stopping i the St. Chnrle. .Mr,
fctevens is a Shake-penrlan rentier of comid
v.hwik uuie, uiuioiigii ipiiiuii young man
Thu Southern pre speak of his achieve
ments in that lino In terms of thu inhM
ouiogy. Hhoulil ho meet proper encour
agumcnt, he will glvo our citizens a read
log, tiurlng lie stay, ami with thu n-sin
mice of his wife, who is . aid to be a charm
lug vot all.t, pro-ont a itumberof thu mo,t
thrilling scenes depicted bythoi:reat traui
author, in his .Macbeth, Othello, Itlehard
lll.uto. Should ho conclude to lvi an
cnierialiiiiu.nt thu fact will bo mentioned
In thoo columns (o.nifirro .
xit .Mi i.unKS' itiii;:i i.
iuo loting l.aillcs' Athoimum of Jaek
onville. In this ytnto, U an educational In
smutioii establishtri on prlneiplos in con-
lonaiioo witli tlio spirit of lh dvanc..tl
age. ll ii, it name imllcatos. e.velu.
ivoiy tor y.aing Indies.
A t'istitiifft it.xt .i t
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inoim ii lopuuiic pntronni-.. is this; that
mo jtrogrt MOl tlio pupil luuuiivrcelitloiH
.,,i-N uiuiiiory reientlvu and habits
studious, riinll not bo arr..,ii..l .... 1 1...1
Mnjj hinged with the slov mtlu ,,r ,ilr,
uuu nmmupitl pupil. (In tho'othcr lmlui
I.-Sji i. si
tho pupil that learns tlowly U not liurrleti
lorwi.nl, ami thus given a ,uper
lleial eiliicatlim. I,v lu.t....
pclled to kcop ltnco with a class-iimto wii
learns rapidly, hvery pupil is advanced
only us her thoroughness and proficiency
may warrant. Furthermore, the branch..
taught 111 tlio Atliont!Uiii aru o numerous
that thu "bent" or natural talent of thu
pupil may, Iu all cases, if desirable, bocul.
uvaitxj. 'ijjo narenl nmv ti.
branches of learning ho doslres his daui'h-
I Mt tit . . l
.v. .v. i"iiiuu; anu 11 snupius a iuccessful
examination, the fact will bujiroofof her
Tho Institution otlors extraordinary In
ducomenu to thoso who desire a thorough
musical education, and Is, l fcWt(
w hero our daughters may become really,
and not apparently, educated. See advertisement
THE MISENHEIMER TRIAL.
r( tliiiny or she lVllntiici.
SiKli lny, July lNlli.
UVIIlENCK KOH TIIK l'nOHKCUTlON.
Testimony of Win. S. Ilanncrs I llvo
at Dongohij know defendant nnd know
deceased ; I was at a gathering nt Gump'u
nnd defendant nnd decoascd woro theroj
it was dark when 1 gotthcroj took part in
the danco; I saw defendant nnd deceased
there; I hoard somo difllculty between
them about dancing; tho rulo of dancing
was for Germans and Americans to danco
every other tlmo; at tlmo of difficulty u
Gorman danco wa about closed and tlio
Americans were making up sets for 11 co
tillion ; I snw that defendant said some
thing to deceased that deceased did not
like very well; defendant xvanted him to
stop dancing, and got mad because he
wouldn't stop; I hoard deceased any' that
ho would not danco at all; defendant
wanted to light; deceased said ho wanted
no fuss; defendant throw his coat back on
his arms j ducoasud did not vralU : Copo
land und my&elf walked 6ut to the road:
when we got to. tho fence defendant had
pulled otl liln coat nnd put It on tho fence;
1 heard defendant tell doceasotl that he
better go homo or get homo or he would
whip him or words of thnt kind ; no one
w;ns with me but CopoJnnd ; ho is now iu
Kansas; deceased was about 30 yards out
side fence when remark was made; I was
nearest to defendant when ho mado the re
mark; nfter dofendant crossed fence ho
went townrd decensod ; I snwjhim pick up
n club threo or four feet long; I did notoo
what ho did with it ; I could not seo thirty
yurds ; 1 heardsomu nolso ; somu parties
went out to whoro they were; I next saw
decased on Monday, I think ; I said no
thing to him; there xvas a wound on oiiu
sldo of tho head; there was a dent in his
head; 1 did not seo hiscorpso; 1 remained
at the danco until about 10 o'clock; diffi
culty occurred about 0 or 10 o'clock on tho
'.Mill of April, 18(50.
CKOMS KXAMl.VKIi IIY JUW1K AI.LKS.
I was engaged in dancing that cvonlng;
I heard difficulty bctwoen defendant and
decsnsed 5 beer was for enlejat dance ; I did
not seodcccasstl leave the house; heard de
fendant say to deceased that ho'd bet
ter go homo ; nevor had tho stick
in iiiv hand; do not know what kind of
woodltwn.; deceased was about thirty
yards from defendant, when -ho nicked ui
the stick; deceased stopped ; Clemens,
Ilenton, Ilotlinnn, Cullv nnJ others I think
woro right behind defendant ; 1 heard thu
lick: Isawno mow of dofendant nrdecem.
lick; Isawno mow of dofendant ordeccas
ed that evening; I would bu liablo to be
mistaken as to tho sizooftho stick three
steps in tho dark.
TKXTIMONT Or mXSK MCLA.S'K.
1 Vcsidc at Ullen ; I lived at Dongola In
tho spring 1870; clerkod for defendant's
father; I was nt the danco at (Jump's; de
fendant vii there ; I remonibcr a difll
culty between dofendant and deccasodi
J llr't heard It between dancing hall and
houio; I heard defendant say that hu wan.
tetl to light; 1 saw deceased somu tlmo
after ho was reported to bo struck, going
townrd home from Gump's ; no onu was
with him ; I again snw decoascd
between Gump's nnd Dongola nltoiit
two-thirds of the way from Gumps' : Dr.
Williams win with mu; lio was walking
slowly; wo were coming up behind him;
bo sat down as soouMis wo saw him; l ex
iimiued bis head, fefound a largo lump
on the back of htBd, behind his car;
1 tin not think t jJK to him; Dr. AVil
liams examined JfflpRTd; tho Doctor asked
him to got up, una he did so; we paied
thu ilacu whero ho laid ; I ntit saw him
on a bridge, about sixty ynnls from his
homo j wo saw no porson on thu strcut, af.
ter wo left Gump's ; wu saw John itentou
on tho llridge, when wo got to thu brldgo;
deceased was about onu hundred feet bo.
hind 11. ; hu hud not been out of uurslght;
Dr. Williams had conversation with lien
ton 011 thu britluu: ho left: 1 do not knows
whero hu went tut ho turned to thu lift!
this wa about seveuly yards do not recollect over one-tenth of what
from lluntous houso ; tho deceased I was said; 1 cannot say that 10 or 5(1 persons
walked liko a man who was weak were around thcru ; 'l think ubout 'Jii per
I think that decoascd was under tho cfleot ons woro there; when I got thoru I saw
of drink ; could see It in his yeneral npiic .r- Cully wltji a stick In his hand ; no ono was
aneejlsiiw him on Monday in bed; ho j very near deceased; did nut seo llunton
acted as if MiH'urliiL' from nain: 1 mnl,ir. there: wo found deceased north nt tit..
stood that he was iuseiiilblu 011 Alondnv; I
. h. w'.m j . . v 1.... 1.1.1. 1
saw Dr Williams examine, his heiul.
1 was working with I.uwl, Miienholmer
at thu tlmo of thu difficulty; the relations
of defendant and dcsoa.cd wero frloiidlv
tip to tlio time of difficulty; I was in th'u
passagu K-twoon tho houso and platform
when difficulty took place; 1 le.'t the danco
about 11 o'clock; I saw deceased pa. tho
house about fifteen minutes after the difll
culty ; I havo frequently seen him drink
beer; I did not mm llunton after tho alter
cation until wo saw him on the bridgu;
I'otcr lloll'maii evidunce. I llvo at
Dongola, I know Abraham .Ml.eiiholmor.
Jr.; I knew Joseph Dammnrmiith; I
knuw deceased for It! years; he worked for
me for threo years nt coopering; I wn
present at Gump's iu April IW.i.at a party;
my folks went with mo; deceased worked
for 1110 on that day ; tho gathering was a
anc"! I ditl not danco ; deceased did
daitcu; defendant was theru; I noticed dc
tcr.dunt there when deceased was duuciii.';
ho was dnnolng to music; decoated and
partner wero waltzing; defendant wantud
deceased to stop dancing for to dance a
cotillion; deceased said to him to comu
along and dnnco, but defendant said hu
did not want to dmico a polkn, that he
wanted to dniicu 11 cotillion; .1. ..1
left tho floor and said that hu would not be
in his way any moro: deceased led i... i
luauorm, 1 no not know what reply i().
luiiuiiiu iiiatio wiicu iiuceaseii u ii 1,,. 1
danco ns much as ho pleased,
defcndniit camo out to tho counter and mid '
that hu would knock his polkn out of hi,
head; deceased rcnlled. I will
fuss und will go homo; dofendant replied
that ho could stay for all that ho cared;
Dr. Humes askedfdefendant In il,. .. ..1.,..
of beer and keun iniiet: defendant
to drink and asked to bn it oi., .1. 1 .. .
had Just as llof bo with a swarm of boos is '
wuu Mien men ; 1 Heard or saw nothing
mora; deceasod started for homo. t,nui!
1 heard him sav wns that ). u,.,.1.1 ....
liumu and havo no fuss; ho started in dl-
rectioil Of DotlL'olfl! I nnr 1.1... 1..
thu street; defundaiit looked over thocrowd
did not sen doceased and threw back his
coat and started ; John Clemens m.il iw
Haines wero around dofetul
stnrted; 1 nlso started after defendant and
said that something might l wrong, but
Clemens said that deceased had Konolioino.
in a minutu or two I l,,.r,i .i. . 1
thought it was a littlo pistol; I went up
tlio road whorudefniiilimt n.,.i ,i,...,..,,i '
it was about ono hundred and twonty-fivo
or ono hundred and ilftv v.i. ....... .
loss, from thu housoi tlmrn ii ,. (.....,
nioiiiiu mo iiouso; tnodofondant and do
ceased wero outside ot fenco; whon I got
to the fence, I saw a coai lying thero:
mi k ot to placo of difficulty, Isaw de
im lying mi his face; I faw Cullv
there, und had 11 stick in his hand ; 1 saw
John Olcmciu thorc, doing nothing but
standing around; thorn woro several
nround; I saw defendant there, walking
around ; I said to defcndniit "what huvo
.Vou dono?" Ho replied, "1 bau not
dono anything; it is all right now I am
satisfied;" 1 went to deceased, to rnl'fl
him up; I got undor ono arm, and John
Vlcinens under the othor, and raised him
up; I told him not to bo so foolish, mid get
lip: ho roplled, "Oh I lloll'inan, I am
killed ;' it was said in a low voice; ho said
this to rani myself ami Charle v (leoi'gu led
him otl'; I do not know whether Charley
George helped us raiso him or not j when
Clemens let goof him Gcorgo took hi place;
wo brought him back to Gump's housoi
wo dragged him to tho fence ; wo held him
up nnd drgged him along ; hu could not
bear his own wait; my wife, myself and
some others got him over the funce; after
wo cot him over the fence ho walked to
tho houso without any help ; I stood by the
fenco and talked to tlio boys about the mat
tirildpnot know where defendant was
then ; I saw 'no moro of dofendant that
night f the last 1 saw of deceased was when
walking from fenco to house; dioavd
said nothing- nfter wo got him up ; I re
mained at tho dnnco until 1 or 'J o clock ;
I looked for him iu about two or threo
minutes, but did not find him; deceased
wns sober when ho left tho party to go
homo; 1 saw him drink two or threo glases
of beer thatovculng; 1 saw him taku noth
ing but beer ; 1 next saw deceased .Monday
about Cor "o'clock at his home iu bed; h'o
looked bad ; ho did not open his eyes any
more nnd did not talk
I saw him after that ten or
fifteen times; 1 would say a quarter of an
hour nnd (ometlmo longer; I went for
Dr. Ilnmes; hu got thcri early in the
morning (Suudnyj; 1 was present when
thu l)r. camo; Dammcrmuth died Tuesday
iiorulugatT o'clock; 1 was present; hu
got no bettor from the tlmo I first saw liim
until bodied; 1 did nothing with my feet
when I went out to place of difficulty ux
cept to kick deceased's leg a little to get
him up; I had on a pair ot slippers,
.t'nosn r.x.iMiNKii nr jrnni; ai.i.kn.
1 did not daifco ; I got the clippers, I had
011 from my wifu; f llvo about three
quarters of u ml lo from Gumps; 1 walked
out there ; It was not muddy ; thu fact that
T have Ldcn charged with klckingiloceed
is not reason why I swear that 1 woro
' V,HN,r1l worV wm V . "ccu""."
1 J,n,io"i tl,B roai1 'ruin Oongoln to Gumps
I ft common good road . deceased was not
Jru,ll t'"' uvei.ing of dance; I did not 'eo
sllppors; I woro them for my own account-
li 1 111 drink with anybody c.xcctitmvsclf.
I cannot statu positively how many limit,
ho drank during thu evening; Dr. Hau
liers drank with deceased and myself once;
I had drank four or five time up to tho
time of difficulty; It takes -10 or Mlglancs
to mako mo drunk; I do not know how
many brrrcls woro drank that night; I
was sober; tho deceased was fond of beer;
I was woll acquainted with deceased;
whon under tho inrluonceof beer he noted
funnv; I do not recollect seeing deceased
sick, tut havo seen him under tho influence
of drink; soon as I heard tho crack, I
went out at onco; I was then standing with
Dr. Ilnnncrs at tho counter; when 1 got
thoro I found Cully, Clemens and Miseu
helmerand many others; deceased was
lying 011 his face; I saw no onu having hold
of him. I whs tlio first person who took
hold of him; 1 do not know as Clemens;
told mu not to kick him; 1 am curtain tbut
words passed between (lefendent and my
self at placo of difficulty when
I got the'ro; I spoke, etc. to
defendant before I took hold of deceased ;
I do not know as Clemens was nrvrcnt
when I spoku to defendant; I got hold of
deceased first; 1 do not know ns any con
versation too i pluco between Clemens anil
defendant when wo wero raising deceased
up; I did.not hear Clemen say, "Abo you
huvo done the work for Joo.1' I did 'not
licardelendaiit say, "I tin not care if 1 did
1 will go for iiiiiro of the d 11 Dutch:
' a cood deal was said around tlicro and 1
I houso; 1 wa friendly with deceased; never
1. ....11...1 ...1.1. i.t.r.. .11.1 . .-ii. I.
. I wi 1 vi 1 1 11 suii mini oiu iiuv siriKU llllil
i with a chair; I do not remember his Imv
lug his head tied up about two weeks be
fore tho difficulty happened ,
deceased worked at my shop, nnd itl-o at
times 011 my farm: I nuvor struck decerned
not in my homo or shop; I wont to thn
uoiiio in lour or nvo minutes ulii.r de
ceased left tho fence; I was examined be
fore Judge Crawford, In this ca'e, In tho
month of August ; I said that thero wero
threo or four men standing, a-ound de
ceased; I did not swear theru that 1 went
out to whero deceased was in compaiiv
wltli John Clemens , 1 did not swear theru
that 1 took decean d to tho houo! I did
not swenr there that my wifu huljicd n,.
carry him to thu house, ami that hu could
not simiik; I nm positive I did not; the
stick 1 saw In Cully s hand was about two
and adialf or threo feet long; Cully throw
It away; I saw him throw It; hu threw it
away, I believe, boforo wu begun to raise
deceased up; the stick was as largo as my
ntxlji'i.ll K AT I, I VI.
All unhealthy system Is generally pro
duced by an unhealthy stomach, and thu
latter Is a turu Indication of poor indi
gestion. Whon digestion Is bad every pat
ot tho entire systum must necessarily suf
fiT. llflll tint fulfill tUi.lt si 1 id.. ..it., s
digestion is tho parunt of a tnousum! In-
dottoribablo mUerli all i-yiiiptoms of
worse disorders yet tooomo. Tho prumoni
tury indications of that terror of our
raeu Dyspepsia uvery onuknow. Now
why sutler tho penalties of delay whun bv
thu iisoof .Mlshlur'i. Herb Hltti'rsjiiut onl'v
Immediatu relief but to.Itivu and iernin.
nent euro can bo realized. This celebrated
Household lleiiiedy Is an ltifalllbloreme.lv
u hu uisuusvs 111111111; troni a iiisorucrcd
stomach and will cradlcatu them. Ho
reasonable with yonrhelf consult vour
own InteresU throw away your pharma
copia prescriptions and taku a couro of
MishUr's Horb Hitters. Sold by all drug,
gists and doalers. Dr. S. Ji. Hnrtninn ;
Co., Tropriotors, Lancastor, l'a.
Can the coarso, gritty tooth powders and
tooth-destroying chemical fluids
And a placo on thu toilets' of senslblo
pooplu ? Tho fragrant and preservative
"So.odont" has superseded thorn all.
"Spalding's Gluo" mends furniture, toys,
crockery and all ornamental work.
..ti -ii- . ...1.1.... . .
A I'I,K1SI.M AMI I'lU'I'I.AU IIKSOUT.
If you have a leisure hour and want to
employ it pleasantly drop In on Henry
Lattucr, second door below thu post of.
"ce. Ho has large airy rooms, splendid
bagatollu and pidgeon hole tables, nnd tho
coolest nnd best lager beer, imported nud
domestlo wines ami liquors to bo found In
thu city of Cairo, A spacious roo.n, ru
tlrcdaud well ventilated, supplied with
chairs and tables, Is ut the service of visit
or., and Henry himself is nearly always
on hand to givo uvcrybody a welcome.
Drop iu on him, nnd see If nil we havo
said, and inure too, Is not true. Iw
Parsons, Davis V Co., m, Xos. o A: 7
Tenth street, have received their second
large stock of Fruit Jars for thu summer
trade, which they aro offering at much
lower llgurcs than last year's figures.
Good Glas Jars at fl CO per dux.; Ma
son Jars, self sealers, nt 71 per do..;
ami! with porcelain lined caps, f3 pur dor..
Call mid examine at the
tf (H'KKNSWARK II01SK.
1 hist or nit: m:isoi
Kl-iiigen, Seller, and llluo l.iik
Witters, and all the other variety of
waters from the celebrated springs of GerJ
many mid America, on drnft and for salo
by the glass gallon or barrel at tho drug
store of II T. W'hilnkor, No. inn Commer
cial avenue, Cair 1 Ills. npll Jtf
mi: ki.nti:k.tii ami;mimi..t.
After ten years of experience, nnd fifteen
chniigo in tho Ingredients. I'lialoii hat tho
ilensuri! of niiiiouncingthat his Vitalla, of
Salvation for the hair. Is a nerfecl article,
spnbleof infallibly restoring gray hair to
i." 1'iiinaiv Luiur, huh willllius Illliurc,
Sold by nil druggit) and fancy go.!
Fresh. healtliySweirilsh hceches receiv
ed regularly from thu importers in New
York. Applied and old, wholesale or re
tail, by l". TIIKOIIOhD,
JyO-lni Sixth st, near Ohio bivee,
City warrant, No. 7,253, for thirty dol
lar, Issued to Jnmes .Meuhnii, was lost on
Saturday night, soinewlmro iu tho citv
The finder vs 111 bo suitably rewarded by ri
mming It to .Mr. .Mcehan. The jcriji was
was dated Jnlv 1 1. IH70.
niiiTconii'N sjiiri' rou
.Many sleepless rnghuof painful watch
Ings to tho anxious mothor might bo avoid
ml by 11. ing this Invaluable preparation.
iiood 1 ottmi Sock, only 'j cents per
pair or si I!.', cents iter dor.., at l Nell's
No. 7! Ohio l.uvce.
I'm Able. Coliiiutii.; a Kil.tr, iwiu.l,,
.MH.i,iiii,(',u'iiiniti Annul 1, ii,,
lily l..tlisille,:n Mill.nv, do
l;lkwi., lMliM,in.. Si ftti...
ick.lmrt, f."iii-il.., m Jo.jpii,
( jlynf Allon. Wk.VM: Alljl,ny ll..,.,
Allunilc, .S.U.. 1-411) llon.
.ShIcIiit. It. ptil.li...
iirnnd'lMHrr, Mmii K l!.,lnii.ui,
l'.oilr.Nii. i.MiiHinn. K.iirJ'lsv.
A'fn'i ''"""i II M slit. .-.
I' tlfllt, ,,n,
I'tnAl.lr.luliiiiilm,; a lUkcr. I'..,(. .1.
lt.UMiiillim, .Mini; M ihr.-v .1.,
J J"M'.lt, Aruis-l... f.
f if roll, N. o
Tito wcathercontlnues nearly clear, with
tho thermometer from 83 to ffj deg. A
pleasant breezu prevails through tho day,
but utmost cea.es nt night; leaving the
nights almost n uncomfortably warm as
during tho day.
Tho river ha fallen thieo iiuhes ,nco
Tlie Missis. ipp !, still falling 'tondily at
.St. Louis, ami thu upper rivers aro becom'
ingquitu low. Thero is about six feet sev
en inchw. in the channel buiweeii Cairo
and St. Louis, nnd ton feot bulow Cairo.
Tho Ohio Is falling ut 1'itUhurg with
three and 11 half foot water. It is falling
stsmdily ut Louisville with four and a half
feci in tho ( iiiiul.
Tin- Cumberland is rising uguin with
live feet water on Harpeth shoxls.
Ibhliie.s hern continues fair.
The Ilulbj St. Louis received hero ii.'iO
ks whoat, 200 pKKs codar churns and
buckets, ID hlids tobacco, and 20 tons sun.
drlu. for.St. Louis.
Tho Knto Kobiusou brou-ht '.'OH bbls
flour for AyorsiV:Co,
I lie t ify of hv.msvilli. nud Idlewild
had fair trips for rothijimeiit South.
Tin- (ireat Kepubllo is hum, receiving
joo ioiis for tlie houth, ami leave this
cvuiting for Now Orleans,
Tho Natchez is making a regular bus!,
ne.s trip this tlmu, landing wherever
hailed, or whom she has business, mid
comu hero from New Orleans In threo
days fourteen hour anda-half. Thu usual
tlmo of tho Leo 011 her regular trips, Ulvo
times in iicccision,)was threo day twenty,
two hour.. Which boat did tho most way
business wo do not know, as tho Nateher.
left no record of business. Thu Leo possN
blymado between forty and fifty landings,
according to her clerk.
Tho Idlewild Icavos this afternoon ut
3 o'clock, or on arrival of tho train.
Thu l'aducah packets leave about tho
The Henry Ames is duo from St. Louis
Tho Alleghany Hello sunk a bargo la
den with iron oro at Devil's Island, and
tamo hero yesturday tu procure pumps
und 11 lighter to assist in raising It, as it is
not entirely covered with water She
1 clurned before noon yesterday. (
I L ViV." 1 m.1 " " JV '!''''' va, .... n-.e.
4.r l-Uy, itlslniri AUoiw, m ...i.
hi AseorJ..M,iir.lj; .S.tchci.
Iint.-r, Mlmsineett.un, Vit 1. k.l, t.
I IV Ksanatllli.. Ksin. i',,i ..
Tlie lllootl In Hummer.
The Mood deteriorate In lint neither l'f"f1'1'
i.srs.!rnllon deprives Iter partttf Its Hour IsliUuS
Kiel lxwiiicinu properties. C.sjiiftiisiiUy. In
fumiisf r Hiss Hcsli imx,' In oino ilijstie. lis lltni;
noss.the iniinvlfH lack llielr iisilnl cliitllKlly ami
vlor, nnd Iho wclJlit of thn hmly dlinltiisltc".
Tlmsn hi n clear Inillu.ttloas lh.it the onllnsry sup
ply tif the llrti'sustuinlm; principle ntlurdcd i
thn rnotl wee:il, is lint suttlelent to meet the
iiilreinnitsof thu 1.) nil 111 tueUr a hl(li teinpetif
lure. Thrrn is mmllier reison lor till;, limltles
I he illK-nt Inllticne or the beat, vim llioliissor
nppcllleiiliilllie Hi'nUi!ii!t:? til the illjjcsllln ot
its which It tieeiisinii. Umti tfi-s.0 Irciliinlnii
i:f b HliiiU'iiiMin liiTluormt is evidently li"!'""'.
ml Hie lit-sl nud sul it Is lli.sUllr.i'Kfloliiiieh
Hitters. TltlsnUinlnil.le vexslnhle Innlf and nlu r
hIIvp, nets Uvcibl.ly tipnn Iho sysleitt In soveinl
h). II lliereises llm iippetUOAiid f.t.'llltstesili
Kcsllon. Iliertjy linllninjj th slnnuch to toeslve
11111I en.vMo It to nsslmllste u due amtmnt ofnoiii
l.lmifiit. II ill. o I0M1.4 II, n r,l.sl.il .wn lit' ot
L'.nsnml loin . Upir ,ti opemtloa Ihr yiorrf 1
V. 1.'... 1... .I. ir,,llll
01 s-iiiiH:issii,ri. i'i:i'ii..ni.',i n ..,,,.
thn purrs, Is inelr,l, Hie lml rtisiii" tefm-he'l
ullij lllflltnrille.1, and Ihu spirits elllllrnli.,l, I lit)
ilisppt(e,thsi bilious, tho iicfTtls mid drljIlltMM
WMiirly nvcl ho told thai It is pwlselv Hi" r-lilti-nlsnt
snd rnrretllTB Ihey oiielti m ll( t lm
'Ksoti. Thoiisnd of tlmin kno Ihr Iw l l.y
experirnce. othln; In the phnimroeio. (nr
mil ef III will supply Its pli lessl of all the
Irsshytoent imslruins vslileli numr tiii-eriipulniis
di'sli rs would I iiUI, for' tint henrlll 01 their
null pm'kcls, lo pedJIu III its stl'U'l.
yOU.VO liADIIlS' ATIIIIV-
Ilvi ellent In over) ilrpirllneal, the V ft, ATll .
oilis est itordlnary fs'JIhtl.'S in Ml'.H end
( irclretilur scttine fortlt Its gtielrd courses fur tlir
pisn. Uikho Kiel Htnjir.(. Address,
Nuiictliilriiilciit, V. I.. ATll.,
I'. o. Ilos r.n, Jwk'ontille, III
Tlirtwofliirv framo dwelllne aid M
I'liililni; to Jan. Jliifllsh. sltii'e;l In
j. i,n Villi, ultrrt. U'tHeeli wdllUt
atrcitiin lJtrlrontriiiir,( irn, III The house
cuuu.iis H'Xfi t'sll,
Tliroo Iini'Ko Ilooinsi
mi .u Ii ll "ir a Kond l r k erlmr under II iel
k hrKclsrrii on ihr premises. For futlln-r yft
1 111 ir apply to ... .
Li'r!n.rH.neii(lifl. ni Uastiliuton vr.
r . Ill nftis, Ja y 1 , W JylMInt
I k S
A FARM OF 100 ACRES
V iMi.p lit n w tit f II r I aj'tiMtc rJJsns.
I .1 th lltmu-slra'l l.iws rnsl.l u and In;
sine 1 nt! inv pet" jb In m urr our I. jadiid
s,.c lifarin'm;! ifrr, hln,T,s. in-jiilhs
U f..ir lrtm riotnr, n. in Ihr tlelmil Mi l must
proluct vr p'jrtJt'Q f the litis! West If you
f nit rlt- etn.jjtMion sni I Fifty tents for
Ihssvnrk. Voll still nver tevtfH III
iHCls(,rs U K. II, Ilrndrifjis t Co 1
"VSTtLsEtirf - Boat
i.iiiiiitw. .tnvA.vriM n.ns: o.v sex.
to tr esie, slutr Slid ferstd
freinlils ill p ml", nd Ml)
met s. n (ni''.m-
ue - n
uni sattrieled lowilh prvui) tness
SO, It. IMIIM.I.S,
.ti i TarkerS 1'init
An I llealrr u
Moiir, .Meal. Hay, Corn, OulM
Cor. 10th St.&s Ohio Levee
vai no, irxiMMN.
hA.MIII, lll'IIIS, S'rHltleiili
ItOlir.ItT W. MII.I.KK, Vlrr.'re..i
S. IICdlll'.M, Castile r.
Collections Promptly Made
;('li.'inui, Coin, Ilnnk Nsiloss
nun united NlaltH N iirl
lis' Ilouulil mill
Interest Allowed oil Tlmo Deposit.
BOOTS & SHOES,
T AND SHOE MAKER
lU'tut cii WuMhlngtoii Av & Poplar St
llootMauil NliuNMailsi(oUrlar. I'lntt
LASSWAltK nml HOUSE FIIUVsSII
185 and 1B7 COMMERCIAL AVENU
umaiitkb oak stoves.
ffiti:n you kijv a
IT IS ECONOMY TO
Get The Best
llm e llee 11 .Sold In I lie l,rrn Vears
.Not tun. hits fulled to yir..
I'hny nrr tin v rsally nekniinlril.-d t , 1. 11,,.
BEST COOKING STOVE MADE
.snd whrtert r knovrn Ihey
lOltr.VIIOHMITV IX IIAkiXIl,
For Erinioiii) In the Uhp of Fuel,
For Durulillll) und CoiiTciilciuf,
Ktu Their I'l-rfcrt Adaptation
Wants or Western People I
HuA fur prk list, to
KXCELSIOB: MAN-NFACTriUM! CO.,
mu a- mi
!t . .Main Ntrcrl,
LOW, SOHKD BAYDOSr.
33arolay XI i o sas
mil HAUK AT
lat'lieiiiicr suil licltfr SIskm
SHtnifor till iit feacrpl VTaah.
intr fioiiiti) tor s irnninir win
slot wltliiiitt Mtr, Sliit, j
Sill S'loltm, floiin, Tablra, utiil
nil vvuoiivvortc. iiiiik, Karstt-
en nml SilasnHHr. nd for
Utltrral Mouse Iritnlltir 1'nr-
rir -uiiamiipj nnitis, unniiri.
Slrass, SSIeel, Iron, nnd all .felalllr
Wares. Kemovrs, na tiy Maa;lr, Nlaltss
anil Itusl, Icavla; a lirllllnut iirlarr,
s-lial to .Nevs.
For Sale I.) IIAJtl'I.AV ithOS
P IECE8--FREE FROM
3B All OIjAYH'
Vor X3stbt . WT o
It, Jaf It tlOta 0
tli.o wAtor, at
Thin l siol tntsniiiff surd wsi-
UiVsprlnfs, sit 8alog, M.tsr
sl "ins lo be Kail as 11 ssrsjl... I
parkTlnir bright, frous lb
Blue Lick Water
BLUE LICK SPRINGS
KRNTVCKYs-Fresh lot "imt
rcMivcd"ks;it os Ice, ami Q r