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The Cairo Bulletin, July 20.
NEWS o? the cm,
ol'lt IIOT.NHAllOt'T I'tll'KDT.
rm!!losln Xow Orleans uro s.i'in"'
with Ice tit tliolow rftto nfthroorj"''"''1'" f
n cent ror pound. 1 .'
UE rmre to rend Hm odvorllscmmnt
"Greatest Work of -'K11' J" thU
-A little-bo.v In iW 'Ity, only thnju
that for num."'
Good xrbolctoum Vinegar. Any one
can mate tfu0 "Jvorlis.munt of Vt. II.
Ilishonin 1,4,1 ,n',or' iMj'-'klntvain
LViuumlwr tho ltouj;li mid lteady ImU
l uhito mill brown, nt John Antrim's.
TJiey iiro nice they tiro cool. So
. f liOtll.
I-'iiimii Egg mid Yellow lliittor enn nl
ways bo had. Itcnd the iidvortisomijiit
"Greatest "Work of tho Age," In thin 'jm
Good Calf HjoU for tw odollnr mid
toventy-fivo cents only nl P. Jsi'iTs, No.
70 Ohio Levee.
Saratoga J.tidii-s' Trunks the best
manufactured MWtzcmml iirici'S,iit.lolui
Antrim'. Alio Satchels und Traveling
Hags of nil grndc'i sizes, styles and
Nolieixr it ftftted that two negro
womcn.Jworklng in tlio "ehiipparcP about
two miles above tho city, wero killed! yes
terday afternoon, by sunstroke. "We wero
not nolo to collect the particulars.
Mr. C. It. Woodward and family, will
leave this evening on n tour Knst, via
Canada nnd Niagara Fall. Mr. Wood
ward w ill probably bo uWiil about two
"Wo publish to-day tho call for n Dem
(emtio County Convention. Head it, re
member tho time, nnd, if you aro a Demo
crat, or think you ought to be, uttciid tho
160,000 The array of Charier Oal.
Stoves now in active crvico In thu kitch.
ens of tho South and "Wot is ovur ono
hundred nd fifty thousand strong, and do-
ng me work of Jtbricc that number or
Mores of other kinds'. Jyl8dAvlt
ihk tisnington Saloon, corner of
iiililngtoii nvcnuo and rourloentli street,
is the place to got tho best and coolest
Cincinnati Lager Leer kept in the cltv.
""What' tho nows V is a miction wo
propound forty time a day. Tho answer
Is nlways tho tamo: ""VV-o-l-l, nothing
not a tlnglo nows." In nino cases out of
lea.'tt flvo miuutoi' conversation with any
ono of tlioso forty Individuals, will devel
op u half dozen "local," richly deserving
of tho fullest itemlcal digottion.
It is reported that .Mr. Thomas l'or
ter' team was killed yesterday afternoon,
by lightning. If this report Is true, it cor
taliily designates 31 r. Porter, in tho most
unfortunate of men. The losses, troubles
nd trial that ho has endured tlm last tivo
or Ix ycaw would liavo overwhelmed al
most any other man in tho community.
When tho Armada was on her down
trip, yeiterday, sho was hallod by an ex
ulted Individual on horseback, and rounded
totoattend to his wants. As tho boat neared
tho shorothoCuptaln nskod tho "aforesaid"
if ho wanted to get nboard. "Oh, no," was
thu reply; but I'll tell you what 1 ( want.
I want a dime's worth of icu I"
.hut right then aud there flvo out of
every six stcamboatmcn would have tried
to lift that fellow on their boot too,s, but
Capt. Northern didn't. Not ho. He
mid ; "Horo's your ice, my good fellow
keop your dimu mid if, at any tlmn in
the future, you want a cool drink or to
.borrow n handful of matches, Just hail thu
Armada. Sho will accommodatu you in
that or any othur style.'
Tho evidence in tho .MUonheimer
murdor trial was concluded yesterday
For some good nnd sutlicient rcaion which
neither tho prosecution nor the spectators
wra ablo to fathom, tho tlofunso presented
only two witneMW nnd tho ovidoneo of
thwo was by no moans important. Tho
ca-e will probably go to tho Jury this oreii
im;. Why didn t our city uuthoritio. hurt v
up that arrangement for the registry of
births and deaths? A little more haxtvon
tlii-lr part would have conferred upon Char
ley Di'lay tho honor of making tho first
nntry under tho head of "blrtiis " to-wit .
, is 1hi thu "imago of hi. papa1' a nine
pound lump of infuutllo masculinity, ami
fin every way worthy to head thu list of
Think of It I Wo havu hero a city,
kimlng a population of ten thousand
souls pretentlng all thu concomitants of
civilijatiou, except a baso ball club! Lit-
Uo burgs like PaducaliRnd Kvafiivlllelmvo ;
orgummlgus of this kind, und half a doz-
, times k v.HU the citizens aro pre.ou J
with thrilling stc of Jl0tJy C0IltcK. j
mutckes. llu c.U iltla any entertain- 1
mint of that kind? i-'s uwors- "Vol '
much,aifar aiheardfrom I
-Now is the tlmo to tceuro ,1 !
desirable rooms at tb,, Ki r',;
figures. During July, August and s..,..
temUr, a largo deduction from reguittr
rutes will bo wade. A fuw moro duy
boarders can bo accommodated at tho old
rate. The coolest and most spacious din
ing room In tho tlty. Jy7dlm
Wo hear it intimated that our lutu
follow-cltlzon, Geo. O. Eggkiton, has ac
cepted u situation on tho editorial slulf of a
how i ork paper, and will repair thithur
iwmesil.Uly to enter upon tho discharge '
of bil ditUts LgjjlvMCin is a yoiing man
of excellent culture, and ono of tho host
fellows generally in nil America. Wo
heartily wlli him both honor mid profit in
the sitrtaton ho is about to accept, or in
ftnv oilier situation In which ho may
.li(ioo to placo himself.
No Iom than n half dozen Indignant
citizens havo called our attention to tho
dangerous point in the high sidewalk, near
Episcopal church. About four
feet of tho lloorlng l gone, lonung
only nnrrow simmers for pede-trlaii
to crow upon, it i undoubtedly dan
gerous trap during tho night lime-, and
may cost suineliody a neck or n limb, and
tin-city an expensive law suit. Why
don't tlir neighbors throw a few planks
over the opening"' They could do o in
half the tlmo they iluvote. almost uury
day, toinleiiiinelalion of the city author
ing. Tho Hoard of A Wurmen hao declar
ed themselve in fiivor of renting at $25
per month, tlu unoccupied half of tho
Pilot house, the largo frame building on
Washington nvenue, two door nbovo
Tenth street, and occupying the "iiino as a
council chamber, clerk's olllco, etc. This
is it moviiiiutut In tho direction of both
economy and convenience; mid wu might
ndd comfort, at thu present council cham
ber is by all odds thu hottest holo in Cairo
outside of Hlaiikenburg'.", Klein) nnd
llees' baku ovens. Wo slinll conlldcully
look for the eoiicurretiee of tlm Select
Council in this movement.
It is tho well settled opinion of almost
every r'rcnehmnn y meet, that tho
whipping out of King William, and In fact
tho wholu of Germany, will only utl'ord
Napoleon enough c.cre!o to glvu hint an
apetito for ills breakfat. Almost every
German you meet is equally confident that
thu sun of Napoleon will go down in blood
In this conflict, mid ids dynasty be once
and foruvur overthrown. These convic
lions being honest mid well grounded,
show how onus Judgment is inllueiieed
by M'inpatliy, national pride and direction
Tho Intelligent observer, who is free from
such Influences, regard thu belligerents as
'well matched aud tho issuo as shrouded in
Wo nro frequently Interrogated as to
thu prospects of tho Cairo V incomes
railroad. Wo regret oilr Inability to give
any deflnitu Information of an ciicourng
lug character, aside from the fact that be
yond nil contingency, tho road will bo
built. The resumption of operations du
ring tho coming Kail in guaranteed. How
much sooner work will bo n-iimed we aro
unabu to t:ty. (Jen. Il ium is said to bo
in receipt of a letter from Gen. lluriisidu
which convoys tho nssuranco that, in no
event, will work bo delayed beyond tho
lit of November. If this is trim, wu can
atlord to wait, trusting to u vigorous prose
cution und early completion of tho project
tocompensatous for our mouths of wait
ing, Mispciuo and uncertainty.
TIIK TUiV.V-KII.MMI iii sim:s.
If you aro In tho town-killing business,
and want to becomo an expert, ub-orye
tho following rules mid regulation : If
you havo houes fur runt, ask ti rental that
nobody can pay. If anybody talks about
puttingup u foundry, mill or any kind of
a manufacturing establishment, make it
your business to go to him, nnd tell him
that ho will break up tit il ; that Mr. Go
cny tried on that kudu gamu once, and
failed eodistiklrously tluU ho lluully com
mitted suicide. If anybody talks about In
vesting money in town property, tell him
that ho in "throwing his money nwayj"
that tho town U "1:0110 up, ' mid that no
body can taud thu ta.es. if anybody
contemplates tho opening of
a mercantile establishment, inuro him
that thu biHincM of tho town Is "monopo
lized, mid that ho is very foolish to
hazard u dollar In such u direction. Pro-
iiouiicu every public improvement that i
undertaken, a cheat ami u humbug, and
nscrlbu tho interna thai public fpirltod
citizen may maiiilesl theruin, to sullish,
mercenary motives, or to a iioslro to '71111
thu town" so as to put moiioy in their own
pocket. evnr patronir.u home in.titu
lloiis nail imliutritw. .Never! liny nil
your clothing, boots and shoes, dry-good,
etc., in tho largu cities and uilvl'u vour
nuigliliors to do thu sumu thing.
Do not, unUer any cireiimitaneos, patron
izu your own tailors and shoemakers.
And If tlm oditor, who work, in mid out of
season, fr tlio advancement uf the mate
rial, moral ami Intellectual, inieri-t of
tho community, thinks that hu ha a claim
uin your puliuiiaKu in tho lino ofndver
lising und job work, ju.i show him that
you don't reogiilEo hi. claim, by in-iUny
your hand bills und lu.tice,; ,y sending
abroad fur your Job work, mid swearing
cry vehemently Unit xoii saved money
thereby, whither you did so or did not'l
A careful observance of these- ruhs will
kill tho most sjirlghtly town in
tho country In twoor three years. It may
occur that in following them, you will rx-
clto tlio contempt of every decent, riglit
tliliiklng man in tho community but l'o
ahead. Tho busluoi. of ,ueh men uill
languish; thu energies and induslrles of
towa w lljo outi u( ( u iiniJU
lion you will bu amply uvenired.
'':r,i",:M:l'M0 M:vi:mmi m:t.
, U' Jvt A, ' lCV".' ,,,n l,?ut,,,'rM lr"1'-
um" ",,u fuafcpcarmii reauer, anuouiices
n entertain monl in the Atheiieum oil 1'ri
i ay ovoning noxt, to bu followed by a
Mutinoc Saturday afternoon.
I Tho entertainment in which Carlotta,
one of tho most charming vccalisU and
wniiuodii-Hni.oftholy, will ntsUt will
sconsl.tof comedy, pathutio and farcical
presentations, singing ud tragedy.
Accepting M deserving of credit tho
iv.muuny oj tilu ow Orleans 7W..
. , 4 .fltO I
oiempuis AtalantU and other leading i
Southern papers, wo must concede to Mr
Kti-von. ami Carl ittn n,yr0 il,.,. IiTa, ',
talent In the roles in which they appear.
In fact, their entertainments aro declared
to bo of tho highest dramatic order, and
omlncntly deserving of tho most liberal
patronage. TiokctH, 60 cents. Seo ad-Acrtlsement.
l'all of a
About half-past 0 o'clock, last night, tlio
residents of the Fourth ward wero startled
by what almost ovorybody corroctly con
eclvod to bo tho noisoof a falling building.
Men, women aud children rushed to tho
street, and, by a crowd that had gathered
at tho corner of Washington nvenuo and
Eighteenth streot, wero enabled to locate
thu tccno of disinter.
two-story framo building, adjoining
tho brick on tho cornur, had fallen from
thu blocks that formed Its support, u dis
tance of six or olght foot, to tho ground,
cau-ing a crashing noiso that was heard
nil over tho city. Immediately succeeding
tho crash, tho outcries of children wore
heard, creating, for tho moment, tho im
pression that our city had boon visited witli
a din-tor, tho counterpart of that occa
sioned by tho fall of tho Egyptian block.
I ortuuatuly, howuvor, tho building did not
go to pieces. Tho occupants, Mrs.Clutior
and hop threo children, wero removed, by
moans of n ladder, from tho second story
window in perfect safety, having sulfered
nothing moro serious than u terrible
Tliubullding is badly damaged, and now
llus wrenched out of shape, und so brokou
and smashed up, as to render Its repair
quite out of tho questions. In Its descent it
crushed, down about fifty feet of .Mr. Wal
ters' sido fence, nnd injured to some extent
his ahrubbery. Tho kitchen portion of
tiie building went all to pieces.
Tho fall of the building i.i ascribed to an
insullleiuiit foundation. 1.1 ko ninny other
buildings in tho city, it was perched up
on unbraced blocks, fomo of them not more
than I by I Inches. Had it fallen during
tho day time It is altogether probable that
two orthrcu livos would have boon lost, as
children might havo been seen playing tin
dor it at mi v hour of tho day.
Mr. Wool folk, of Alton, is tho owner of
tho property. As it 1ms not proven a very
profitable investment to him, ho will
scarcely attempt to repair tho present do'
lapidated structurc.Mir to replace It with
n new one. Tlio contents of tho building
THE ISSUE JOINED.
A 'latch (Jnnic of llair-llall I'miUnf
CAino, lit., July in, sv.'.i,
Se'y Muiiml City II. II. Cluli, Mound City, III.;
l)KAiiSnt:--I am instructed by tho "Del
ta Hn'o Hall Club," of this city, to luvllu
your club to play n match gamu of baso
ball on your ground, nl such tlmo as you
may designate. ltcspoctfullv,
M. J. HOW LEY,
See'y "Doha" H. 11. Club.
Mound City, Illinois, July III, IsTU.
M.J. HoKlsy.WrereUry "D. l.n lnc lUIICIiib,"
Dear Sir: l havu thu honor of Inform
ing you of tlio receipt and ncceptatico of
thu clmlleiigutrom your club to tho Mound
City llu-o Hall Club, to play u match gamu
on your grounds; nnd tit our last meeting,
tho tlmu set was thuod of August, at thrco
o'clock p.m. Hoping tho same will bu
I remain, very truly, your,
THUS. .1. SMITH,
Secretary M. C. I. II. C.
A tJL'IKT KIUIIT.
Two well known cltizons of Cairo met
on tho corner of Commercial nvenuo mid
Eighth street, about olght o'clock this
morning, ami without exchanging a single
word, commenced punching each other's
head. They pushed, choked and belab:red
each other during mi Interval of about a
onomlnutoand n half, and then ivacd
hostilities quite as qulotly u they Inau
gurated them. Without oiloring a word
of explanation caili belligerent pursued
his own way, leaving tho spectators in
perfect Ignorance as to tho hostile mooting
Well, those aro war times; and if cltizons
"chug" ono another u littlo moro than
usual, tho fact mibt ho ascribed to desire
upon tho part of tho belligerents to placo
themselves, a lit France, on a war footing.
t I'l.Ktst.Vr l.NII rillTMIMIKsOUT,
II you have n leisuro hour and want to
employ It pleaantly drop in on Henry
l.attner, second door below tho post of
fiie. Ho lias largu airy rooms, splendid
bagatellu mid phlgoon holo tables, and tho
'oole-t and best lager beer, imported and
domestic wines and liquors to Ik) found In
the city of Cairo. A spacious room, re
tired and well ventilated, supplied with
chairs mid tables, is at tho survicu of visit-
ors, mid Henry himself is nearly always
on hand to mvu uvorybodv a welcome.
Drop In on him, and ecu it all we lmvu
said, ami moro too, Is not true. lw
I'U HIT JA1IN.
Parsons. Davis iV Co., at, Nos. 6 it 1
Tenth street, havu received tholr second
largo stock of I'rult .lar for tho summer
trade, which thoy aro ottering at much
lower figures tlmn last year n figures.
tiood Glass Jars at $1 50perdoz.; Ma-
-', oit.r, .VII PlIIIUI. Itfc V I 'Ul I4U.. ,
tamo with porcelain lined caps, :iprrdoz.
no mm uAniuuiii in iiiu
tf QUKENSWARE HOUSE.
A ITTIOK NAM! OV IIOI SEIIOLII
I will oiler for sale, on Thursday, July
i!l, 1HV0, at UJ o'clock a.m., nt tho rosldenco
ot'fMr. O'Neal, No. 2D, on Fourth stroot,
a largu .'issortmuut of parlor, bod-room and
kitchen furniture, cousitting of toftw,
chairs, nu'rrors, carjiot, bedsteads, mat.
tifsse, pilhiws, stoves, bureaus, cooking
utensils, knit '0 and forks, etc, etc. Salo
It, VI. Oil', Alii) V. I.ltv. IVIAR, V
piwltivo and ithout reserve.
DKJIOCKATIC COU.m COSVK.UIO.V.
A mass mooting of tlio Democracy of
Alexander county, is hereby culled at tho
courthouse, In Cairo, on Saturday tho 30th
July lust., nt onoo'clock p.m., for thu pur
poso of soloctliig delegates, to represent
said county, In tho Congressional and Sen
atorial Convontlon to bo held at Metropo
lis, ills., on Thursday, -ltli August noxt.
Chairman Dem. Co. Ceil. Com.
A TRIBUTK TW THLIll .HK.HUltT.
Ono, Albert H. Christian, a resident of
this county, recently "shullled oil' this
mortal coll," leaving cll'ectsfor which there
wero no iciral cla inaiits. The administra
tor of tlio estato recently submitted to
tho Probato court, the following uninuo
and poetical report.
huld administrator would renort thai
no claims navo over ueeu allowed ni?a nsl
said estate, that tho said Albert II. Chris.
tianuiea leaving no known heir nt law or
icgai roprcsontativc mat tlio graves
wherein rcposu tho ashes of thu dead, Al
bert, and of his only brother, William II.,
inroUKit wiiom ho Inlioriteil tho sa d
monov. und of his father. Samuel 1,. Chris-
nan, wuo uovisea tlio samo to said Wil
lloti'i remain unprotecled and unmarked
oy stono or monument notning to per
putuato tho momory or mark tho retting
placo of father nnd sons, the last of alt the
Ciritfiiin who lived and died atfd left to
other times, money for tlio cullers of the
county : but not a cent to protect their
own hallowed dust or to proclaim to other
Christians, in ti Christian laud, the spot
whore thesu Christians sleep, except
ny permission oi tms Honorable court.
Oli milium wrcti'liclncx I Ho weak Isinm,
Si Ignurnnt ami l.llml, that lll not (tod,
Moiai'tlms." withhold In merry what we ask,
Wo should l.o rilinnl ly our own lioniic.t."
Said administrator, in consideration of thu
promises, nnd in order that these threo
"Christians" may not, while funds that
wero tietrs romalns, sink into their graves
' unknelled, uncodified and unknown."
would respectfully ask of this honorable
court that ho bu permitted, r.s apart of tlio
uuritu expenses ami expenses ot adminis
tration, to invest thu said sum of inoncv
now in Ids hands, in unclosing the said
graves ami in erecting over tiiciu a suita
bio marble slab, "sacred to tho momory'
of these men, that
"What mo lure seen our was shall see
Rcnintiitsof lliliiitstnnt have passed nun)
FrKmcnti of stone retire;' liycrpaturi'iorel.iy ,'
and alt to tho graves of said Samuel's wife
and daughter, and that this causo may bu
continued until said administrator can
roako a final report of his lie' ion in the
Hut If this honorable court shall not. in
its wisdom, irrant what seems so meet and
propor to said administrator, viz: that thu
runus of tlio ucail, Wien unclaiinrd bv
Justlco, nnd uncalled for by tho living,
siiouiu ihi appropriate)! towards giving
honorable sepulcher to Its owner; then,
aim in mat case, said miministrator ri
spcctfully asks that this bo approved n his
such administrator, upon his paying into
tho county treasury tho said sum now in
his hands, nnd filing with tlio clerk of this
court tlio trer ntrer .s receipt therefor.
"JYt I liox rcli joo.
Ileal once the Inn- to lour nillli-.nl y.
To do ureal rJutit. no a little uroiiir."
and givo tho money tothoitoiaiiii not tho
Adm'tr of Albort II. Christian, dee'd.
(For ll.eli.iio lliilletiii.1
.Vjijniliiuu I lis thy KUldlii)(ily.tJr set,
Or has the Harming Lmcon llylit KoaeilOHii
Tli.it rose lor thee, uhrn he, thy sire, uho
Tlioe iitlioiis, sunk itiivt t-. ulthuiil a
Korei er m ard, s rej. tho clear, Due HIiIdh
Hut Its kUlit Mutes am not lor theu nor
Thy falryoniii-U.y, . )tt, should tic- rar,
Tlm ilouds tl.nt ystlier round Ins ralher's
Kef this is not the mimicry of Miir
That hutijj around hit curtained rr.elle-oe I ;
id though llis.e Links niitritul ..., lino
No iirU- rtllsl-rs (jroH for thru or thine.
Here, sons of toil, wore Kirltndi en lliclr
An J Ke to liU-rly their hotini;'' daej
llnl Hhcn o.preloei'M foot the lne..rri
'Twill crliil-MiwIlliadeejier, dirker hue
A liaiiisless HTie, Uiir.ith the Itowinit llhlne
Thi$, and Mil J-, Is for thee und thine !
Mm uc M
euro, July i, i;o.
THE MISENHeImER TRIAL.
Ttsllniuiiy of Hie 'Witnesses.
Hlilh llay, .Inly lUlli. I
iiviiiKsi'K ion Tin: Di:ri:xoi:. I
.Samuel Poor testified! I livo at Don
gola ; know defendant mid knew dccciticd ,
whs at (Jump's at a diuico in tho .Spring of I
18C'.lj it was at tho tlmo tho dlllleulty oc
currwl bitwitn defendant nnd deceased; i
saw deceased and defendant there ; first ,
saw them at tlio daueo, on tliu lloor; did '
not hear what was satd by defendant und
dcceii'ed; saw thoy worn talking; raw i
John llentou and John Clemens there; '
had a conversation with prisoner sometime I
during thudoneo; saw John Clemens ami i
Joim Jienton togethor that night; heard
John Clemens say to defendant, "thorn hu
goes, ' and lluuton said to defemlaut, "hi),
low him up mid knock hull out of him, mid
wo will seo you out;" deceased
had gono then about ten or fifteen feet ;
saw no moro of deceased in tlio houni that
evening; this Was about 10 or 11 o'clock;
do not recollect seeing Itentou mid Clem
ens back thoro again; heard of dltUculty
outside tho house; tlio conversation be
tween Clemens, Ilenton and defemlaut
lastod about half an hour, or it might not
bo over 1 5 minutes ; it might havo been
ono or two o'clock before 1 left for homo;
knew deceased about two years; deceased
and dofondant wore friendly up to thu
ovening of tho difficulty; am not relatod
to cither of tho parties.
CROSS EXAMINED IIV ALUUHII1T.
I wont out to danco; first saw deceased
In tho crowd; do not know when 1 spoko
to him; did not hear any of tho alterca
tion; first 1 saw of dec scd was dancing
on tho floor botwoon tho couples formed
for cotillion; defendant was on tho floor;
cannot say who tho others wore.
Testimony of Dayid Y. Oliver. I resldo
at Dongola; I know deceased and know
defendant; I know John Clemens ;1 was
at Gump's night of danco ;1 had a. conversa
tion with John Clemens at my saloon at
Dongolan short Mini' ago; ho .aid Mml if
Abraham Miscnholincr fdcft'n father)
would pay him what ho owed him, nnd a
suit of clothes and llfly dollars t.mt ho
would go away.
CROSS K.VAMI.VIIU 111' M'CAIiTJfT.Y.
This conversation took placo threo or
four weeks before last term of court;
Clemens did nut say how much Misen-
lieimcrowed him ; l"did not commence the I '
conversation ; ho called mo to tho door nntl
told mo this; I nm not rcla'.ol to Mlsen-
lieimer; x only saw him onco that day;
l nm noi say to uiomcns that it ho went
away .Mlseiihelmor would pay him what
iiuowcunim a sun oi clothes ami llltv .
lolllirs: I Cnllliot tell who Was ill till)
saloon at tlio llmo Clemens said this to mo;
I do not think tho futher of Clomons was ,
thtro at the timo of this conversation; I
Unnw ol his coining to court; I cannot tell
tuo day oi mo wecK ; u was In tho morning-,
i uiu not meet lam on
tho Hour; saw Cougleton there. Tho
witness further reiterated, in substance.
what ho sworo In in chief.
S. P. heeler was nlacod tinoti the
stand, and testified to tho correctness
of the ovidunce taken down by him before
.luuge I'rnwiorii in relation totno caso.
I lie summing up of the case was opened
-.. Albriulil. who snoko for over two
hours, reviewing tlm evidence- clo-ely and
presenting thu law hearing upon tlio cao.
As wu go to press Judge Mulkoy is
speaking. Judgu Allen will close thu emu
lor Uiu ilelcnco to-morrow
lowed by tho .State's attornuy
Il.ia Able, Cuiuioliii; A llaki r, l'.idili'.ili,
ColliiT. 1'itts, Mdlircy do
rhainimin, I'm AriuiuU, do
Kat. riitn.iin.d.. Muiy llouitmi, I,..ini;
llclIrM Louis, rl I .mi; IJiiit It'lfii, Ktp-isli
llelle M. III). In., Mi in p;
Imii Alile, I'oliiinl.iis, A Maker, I'adiictih;
Mary Houston, N 1 1; f in.iijn, do
I'l.irroll, do inl.ircy, do
hellumt, do Colhor.Ht I.ouls;
llslloM I.onls, Meinpi Chiiiiiiiloii.dii
ljiliekstei, Ctiinsi; llelle M lilphl-, d
Alleghmii llelle, Iii r I i; itii l'utniitn, do
The weatlier has experienced about pro
ci"ely tlio rniuu chnngo during the past 21
hours us during tho previous til. A light
storm in the afternoon, cooling tlio ntniw
phcro to n doliclous extent a pleasant
night a clenr, sultry morning tiro the
counterparts of thu samo portions of tho
previous day, mid wo would not bu sur
prised to sec tho samo pri'grammo repented.
Tho river continues falling, but so sluwly
as to buhardly perceptible, nnd is not more
than threo feet above ordinary low-water
mark, although it is probably coven feet
nbovu tho lowest ever known.
Thu decline continues In thuiipper .Mi".
isippl and riven of tho Northwest.
Tho Ohio is rl'Ing again, from local
rains nt Pittburg, with three fuel water In
tho channel. It is falling slowly at Lou
isville with four foot ten Inches in thocan
nl, und only four feet over Portland
Tho Cumberland Is falling with four
feet scant on Hnrpcth .Shoals.
Ilusincss lioru continues good.
Thu Carroll and Kellogg got oil" hut
night, having filled out bore with about
Toll tons in tho aggregate.
Tho Quickstep brought 1S2 ks wheat
for Pulton V Sons, HO bbls Hour for .S.
;yro', Cairo, and ."0 tons assorted weight
There Is now no delay in forwarding
freight promptly from this jmlnt, nor In-
deed has thero been any blockade of Im
portuned tills season.
The Kate Putnam di.churgid here ICO
tons for reshlpmont .South, and the Collier
discharged nbout l."!(i tons for the samo
Tho Champion discharged 700 bbl po
tatoes and a lurgo lot of mattresses for
New Orlcaii. Thu otatocs went for
wurd promptly on tho Paulino Carroll.
Tho .Molllo Ablo is duo heru for N. O.
and tho Nutchea for N. O. to-morrow
Tho (Juiek.top is tlio regular packet lato
to.nlght form. I.ouls.
Tho City ofKvansvlllo loaves for Kvons
vilio this ovciiing. '
Tho Padtieau packets lu.-ivo dally at .!
Tile ie. Iiraf. H lUllleril
s-r uii nnd I't tic.il rt uli i,
JOHN i. STEVENS
Annti 1 1'' Hie. cliarinln.m'iiiiio lu-niio and W
WillKile oneiif their select and instruetHo em
lerlllllllllellls, eoiislatni) n rollled), t'lltllili,
h'liree, siihkhii; mid Tragedy.
l or imrlieiiUrs sie irojuiiiiiie.
Admission lo Mutineo 'J i A I'm
No extra elmri;e or reserved weim,
Plaster Paris Plasterers' Hair
Iiliiiu iii llnlk, nl was m tin liautl
COnSt, & OHIO LEVEE
i:. t;. uiii.
UUI I II I IIOOlUI I ITICI jlCL lid
lil'i Ohio l,evcc,t'AIlD, IhUNOI.S.
H.eeiid ntlenlloii Kiien to the purrhnse nnd "file ot
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
,ef County National IUn, l)on, III.-, Win. I'hl,
lusnn, 111) City Natluiiat Hank, Cairo, Illinois;
,Mnth'H, liolsr" A Co., Coiniiilsslou Merrli'ints,
ChieiiKO, III IIMdMlti A lmie, t'"ii. Merelimts,
Clin niti). 111. i How, Moran A (t, Chieui;o. III.
1 ozzio Hjevkh
Order Nollrltil, 11 ml l'ruiilill- anil
(Sllerrss.-.r h) Klli, Qrirn A V ) 1
nd (ieni r.d
I., J A)er.
., ...And iienersl .,
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
rjim: i im: siik-viii:i:i
. .n".iti:fii:i.Ait csiuo am pai i til
II J .N'OltTlintlt ,(ir.lll K WIMJAM-i Ok
Win y rrKuUily n nlj ie, luirinir Iato etery
div "i.n lay i're'tc I I ilf.es.t j o'cIik k p.tn.
i 'Aim i.m is n is 'i ie.Hn
le-Hlieel slesllier, lis-
Iiik i) u r"-r ui t rue
mircr. And ffl i'jhl.
HSII'rliS I. if Irf Mi k...
nie ali :i ut l'.i-lnnll mill He) i.intrlsDd
nil I '( l ie I l.T I'M kfls Slid Hie New Or'- Slis
and HU rsiiroid. 1'nr ttrto-uUr.. ri t I . I r on
bsi l.erl.. .11. .1. Ill I'll I. KV,
ti Aiisnt hi t s.ro.
yi!H' TOW IIO.1T.
'J'lit' New Timv nnd Joli limit
Jr. . COULTlUi, -Master,
.rr ir. I at ail times toil.) rll kmd.i I tow.
luu und -Id tic on tlio most rrnsoiialix ternn
lltad.U.iiti-(s ut C.iito, Illinois,
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
I. prtiared to
.Mniiiirucliiri lllaiik Hooks und ilo till
kinds of Hook JMudluir und Itulliiif,
73 OHIO LEVEE.
YUVSO IiADirS' ATIIII.V
l.x- Mleiit in every del' irtmenl, tli" V I. ATII ,
oilers f'lr-.rrilln.'irv lilies Hi .Mt'SlI Seili
fori r- til ir srtlintt forlli ltKradedeourses fur tlu-
i i.iiio, ih.iii ana nnixini;. .inure,
Siiicrliitruilciilt V. I.. ATII.,
I'. I). Ilox ifii, Jiwksoimlle, III,
Would reelfully Inform llu- rltliens of dim
iind. inity, lli.it tie U now jirejuui'd tofuraisli
l'lill IvUiU uii.l SiieeiMcaticiw for l'uLlle llulld-
lugs, 1'rilMle Itesldeiiees.aiid Undoes uf all kinds.
clveu to till) preparation ot
U. S. Patent Office
And ulso for all kinds of Mill Manufacturing nnd
laisliieerinit uork. ratliiiriin Kiinranteeu, ur
drrs resnt'etfully solicited
jiui;u iso, it inurii
fciQN TIIE MOVK."
H. (VI. HULEN
A N I)
Has Uemoied to Ills Old Stand
U Commercial Avenue
Where, lie solid Is a conlmuanco of nalronago of
nl former cuito invrsiftiwell as lhal of (iNinan
new ones as may u ait prlmoKroccru's, prousious'
ele., romarkably cbcap lor vasb.
'J'crriH: Hlrlclly raali, for wlilch ho Will Mil.
owvr Muu lliclOUVM. Ji'711
CHARTER OAK STOVES.
YOU IIUV A
IT IS ECONOMY TO
Get The Best
Hiivii lin n Sold In tin- I.nsl Tim Vrnrs
Not ono l.as full) d loj! e
I'luy me uiiMrrFully neknolid-s. Um
BEST COOKING STOVE MADE
And wlieiercr known tliey
I'UK I'MI OUMITV IN HAKIM;,
I'or Kroimiii)' in tlu; Um- of 1'iit'l.
I'or Diinililllly ami Coin on If llt'C)
nd Thi'lr I'crfi'ft Aduittitloii
Wants of Weslern People I
Semi for price list) lo
UXlKLSIOIt; MANNr'ACTl'lim. .,
Ol-J sV till S. Millli Nlrtrl.
j HI) t.laxly Nt. 1111 1 s
LOW, SOK AKD HAVDOK,
Tin: iim omi:ti:k : t
f'OIl SAI.K AT
ft 2 '
('liraiirr and litllrr Ihan
Snnpfur allusn (rxcrpl tenali.
Inn t'lnllirs lor Irnnlnir Will,
loirs nlilioiil air. I'm I III.
fill ( lollis. I'lunri. Tallin, ami
nil Wood work. Slilno, r.arllf
rii mid SlIashMnrs. anil fur
(itnrral llonsr S'lrnnliiK I'ur.
I nr s-anaiiiiiK- Itllis- H. lllistltri,
llrais, Merl, Iron. Mint all Mrlalllt
Wsrri. Hcmoirs) h liy Maiclr, hiatus
ami Hint. UnvliiK a brilllatil mrrurr,
-itnl to rw,
For Salo hy IlAltCI.AY ItltOS
SIEC ES -- FREE FROM
dnnsor of JociIuk
t. ash it float oa
tlio watoi, At
This Is not maiiiilat'iiirril li
ter, uut:.comrs dlrcat from
tlieHiirluga. at Naratoga, Ntw
El vlnutobc liadaalt mirsl.i.
siiarklliiK ami lirlKlit. from the
Blue Lick Water
BLUE LICK SPRINGS
vrKTI)(KVl'rflH lot Juit
rroclvcdkfpt on lec, and for