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THE CAIRO DAILS BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1871.
TIME Will. I! OF Til K ILLINOIS central n. n.
0, and afl.rHunday, UK Ulh, IMI, the follow-,n,,T,e-tabi
will govern lliaatrhal and depatt
ii re of pastinger train at Cairo I
j.,i,f-Mall Iraln, dally lliljp.m.
Kitff, ddy 2-44 t.tn.
Eiprt, except Sunday 8.30 p.m.
Notliniieef car from Cairo 10 Ht. I.oiil. No
chanre ofnsra from Cairn lo Chicago. Klejrtnl
Ivaoirg Koon deeping car on night trams.
Ilagjrage checked to nil ImpDiUnt pvlnl.
t attention of ahlppcr I especially
cdted lo the fact tint a Fruit Exprc train will
leave Cairo dally, Ballinf ajrn expected, and will
make ihe run from thla city lo Chicago In twenty,
loo hour. JAi, JullNSON, Agent.
(UIOKKST KOU"tk"fIIOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Mr. I.OUH, Louisville, Cincinnati, Ciii-
CAOO, NEW YoilK, BOSTON,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
IU.fU(f'r trains arrive, at and leave Cairo ai fol
. DtUO p.m.
. 2i43 p.m.
ijkpakt i iit a.m i
uotn train connect at Centralta with train on ttio
Paua. Decatur, Hloomlnglcn, Kl Pao, I.a f"al!e
nennou, rreepori,ni'n,i, l'liuuque, ana
all point In illinoio, Missouri,
Minnesota, .Vitconsin and
Iowa. And with
l.lno running Kt and West for
kl. l-oul.. Hpf ngfleM, Loulvllle,
Cincinnati, In'lanapoll, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Stlehlzan Central, Michigan
uuiern, anu i-niKuurx. run uayDB
and Chicago Itallroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
.Viagra Fall, Erie, llultalo,
New York. I'ltlnhurg, lialtlmore.
AND ALL TOINTS EAST.
Fur throned ticket and Information, apply to
J 1 DOI tninu ivauroan iepoi.
W. I. JOHNHON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago
J, JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUND CITY A5D CAIRO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cait. William H. Sandusky.
I'OI'Jt TllIPS EVERY DAY
root or iiohtii teict,
At 7 a.m.
Lkavf. 31 ii. City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At 'J. 30 r.M.
At C.30 r.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
BOX FACTORY, HAWE'n I.ANDINO, KY,
MOUTH OF CACUB, MARINE WAYS,
ASH NAVY YAItT).
11TATC11 1T.K.K. mil tX) it div ure. no hum
V a, Addnn with ftamn. I.ATTA A- CO,
1 AAA no
l.llt CoimnikMlnn ti.Mi In nreiiiiuin. club
ruinlnnalfonor dicounl. A New Plan, circulira
tree, A'Mren M. J,if:i)tlte lijrn, 80 Cedar
btre.t.Nevi York. jylDn-lt
fPIIK regnUr aiinunl term of thW Law School
.L wir.n on Wedneday, October lllh, 1S7I.
I nil "uur.u, Imo tt-riiH u inonllif, ecli. fctu
dPhlKAdraill! toil.e enlorclai on examination
ty pp licatioti on or hef.ini Oitohtr 7th. Wl.
smiion fee, if) l) p. r iiiiniiin, Kor p'irtlculara
o. m:. ST"E:w.EaT,:
Acting Dean of Law l'nculty,
203 .NORTH 3rd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
WIStS AN Ik I.I U Colin.
WM. II. SUllUTTKll,
IiuHrlcr uul Wlinlemile lleiiler Ii
TOEACCO & CIGAES.
A!ent for tho lout brand uf
CUE AM AND STOCK ALK,
liupurtcd Al r Illlleriiil HhuU.
t! CAU'.O, lIiMNOlf.
tlocrrx.H inn 1 1: a atiH'ki 1 1 ni
Ilecllfyrr nml UlnileMilo Healer n
rorelu" ami liinc.lle
LI QU 0 US, W 1 X ES, ETC.
No. OllW l.V.VV.F.,
HKkevpaon hand CQniunilr a full HuoV if
Old Kentucky llouibou. II) e an, I llononiia'
, Whikkle, Kreticli Itrnndier, Holland liln,
KhlDand Onllfortua Winen. jtnUUf
I. & E. GREENAVALD.
r'lour oiid tirlkt Mill,
The. Topper" Patent CraU bar,
MAOHINEhY FOIt UKKEKAL I'Ultl'ORKS,
V. S. MUHUAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
1IA ItKMOVKIi FI10M PKUKV 1I01K
BRICK HUILDINU on SEVENTH ST
(ll'WIMTK WIS'TKKK IlI.Ot'K.f
tccurred tho late dreadful disaster at
SUten lelaml, was nn old bout, only
ued7or extra und occasional liusinctsB,
and carried u patched and worn-out
lWler!'$Kltfcd tmi uurB f ECr
vice. Our dinputelies htatc tlint " an ex-
aminttiou of tlio cylinder. v,luc!u was
North, Through ?.W)am. 2.00 p.m
" Way 2:20 p.m. 11)00 p.m.
South, Way 12.15 p.m. 11;00p,m.
" Through N. O., .Mem
phis nn I Columbus 2:3" i.-m. 4:00p.m.
Ohio liner roulc, (except
Mon.laj' ;lp.in. i..0"p.t'i.
Iron Mountain It. II 'ii.10a.in. 11:10 p.m.
lls. IPver route, Tuesday
ami Frt.In Wsip.m, 7.00p.m.
Thebic tlc.o.o l-lnliil A fnnU
I't, lll . Thitrada) A KM-
,.,y ; (him p.m. 7:00it.m,
Mayliel.l, llandtd.e ii id
lovelinc, Ky mwa.m. s.wp.m.
orn i: nouns,
General I . -1 wry 7iWiii.ni.
(rfuii.l i) e in u a.m.)
Money Ord nlcpn-itmcnt 8.00 n.m. 0.00
ltogiter " " " N.isi a.m. o.Oti p.m.
Mulie) Uiiler and
Register department not
Cairo .0oiM4Mir.Kt, No, X Staled Assemlily
at tho A'jlum Maoni) liall, first au.l tlntiIBa:-
tirdav Inench month.
CAinu (Vhncii., No. Kegular Convocatlonat
Mnroulc Hall, the aecond I'rlday In each month.
Cairo Cuti'ira, No. 71. tegular. Convocation
at Mn-onlc JIall, on tho third Tuesday of it cry
ilitaii lxnir. No. 237 K. A A. M Kemitar Com.
munlcation at Maonlc Hall, the cond and
rniirih Mntulnv ot flaeil month.
I)rl.TA lAUn'r., Kn.tta K. A. M. Kegular Com
munication at Jlaonio llaii art auu tniru
Thurday in each month
ALr.iAVura lnor, 221. Meet In Odd Fellow'
1111, in Artrr'a lluildlng, every Thursday even.
ing, ai bo cio.'k.
l'nlill!irl ovrr.v marnliifr, Jlondny ox,
Crimlnnli quiet nnd sobor.
2ilr. 0. V. Lyon 1 tonipornrily sojourn
ing nt Clmrloston, Mo.
-Guttvft jolly nnd Honln primes nt Jor-
Mnj. Aldcn of tho 1'ulaskl Patriot, was
n tho city yesterdny.
Liebig's cclcbrntcd oxtrnct of mcnt nt
Clerk Howloy returned from hisplent-
ure trip North, yesterdny.
Qcnuino walnut nnd mushroom ketch
ups, tit Jorgensen's, jy2Ctf
An operntio concert will bo giron nt
SchccVs Hall, to-morrow night, by talent
Jack Winter nt tho now Dclmonlco,
prends a turkey lunch nt 10 this morning.
Do not forgot it.
Tho best fruit jurs in tho world for
salo nt Parsons, Davis & Co., on Tenth
Tho pupils of tho Oerrnnn Lutheran
school will picnic on the 28th Inst., nt tho
Imported London bifcuiU lit Jorgt
Mr. Cnrl Tliomus hits tnken tho sub
ngency of tlio llowo sewing mnchine, but
paints on, ns over.
TIioTrimblc?,of Put1 cnh,aro cxpoctcd
to piny tho Pastime, of Mound City, nt
tho latter plnrc, nn Mnnilny.
Hross has tho llfo almost worrlod out
of liim by traveling pnupora who insitt
thuthu inusttnko euro of them.
Yellow, trimmed with green, was the
favorite toilet nt tho trnrden yesterday.
Mwlnmo Domorcst should miiko n noto of
Wo guarnnteo tho glnss toji jars as tho
best. Parsons, Davis ii Co.
Tho Thalia Assoclallon nottod $160
from their recent peacu celebration at1
Scheol's ball, and uro correspondingly hap-
Onu thousand fruit jars, chcapor than
evur, forsnlo by Parsons, Davis & Co.
lion. H. W. Webb has resumed the
pmctlcu ol law, ami flings his shinglo to
the brcc :o from his old olUco, in llross'
Tliu old, roliablo (troovo ring fruit
Jars only $1.60 a dozen und sealing wax,
for salo by Parsons, Davis &, Co.
-The baby found by Chief Myers somo
tituu "o, was taken from tho ntylum last
night, by n mulatto woman, who claimed
to le its mamma.
Mr. Friend will preach Ht tho Chris
tian church to-morrow. In tho morning
on tho subject of " Miiii'r works do follow
him :" at night, on "Traiisllguratloii."
Don't forirct the stile at auction, at 10
. , Saturday, AuBMf6Ui, of tho very
Ucsirnblo property, tcoungo aim ioij
corner Tenth nnd Wuliiut Urcets. lit
m. V.hlon, at his .hop on 20th street
is still manufacturing every vnrlety of
boot nnd shoos from gcnulno French calf
(lie ucs no other kind) which ho sell
rctdy mud a or mudu to order at prices
that defy competition. Jy2tf.
Tho crowd on our columns prevent us
from giving our usual synopsis of tho
Council proceedings last night. Tho pro,
ceedtni:. will appear in full to-morrow
Chinn, queenswarc, cutlery, lamps.
glasswnro of all kinds, fruit jars, silvor
plain! ware, best quality und roduced
prices at Parsons, Davis ii Co's., Nos,
nd 7, Tenth street. jy25J2w
Another of tho pocullur features of
Stovall's madnefs is, wo aro informed
getting down on " all fours" , and rushing
around his quarters after the most approv
ud dog fushlou.
Peto Anthony, John 1'. Newman, G
W. Hell and Clias. Walker were nrrcstcj
by Moyors und Arnold yesterday for not
wearing tho proper badge of hotel ru.
l itiedby llross $5 mid costs each.
Two polkomc.11 urn dumanded for tl
nopea 01 oiiu. . , ,
iriena, btcuiiso ISuiWr i accented 11s t
lopreseniutivu 01 di.h.imikiy. No mult
, ? rLKr",1"1
no Is unprincipled mid curruvt. ntid thm
conclusion uUWls nil oorrui.i uV.i ,, ,,.
elided ini'ii to be his fi ton J. Hu t, ,ir.
1 1 1 ... .1.1. ..1 .
Wlllll liU milV Ul 1110 WdtW1.011sld1.lv tl
I. Ho t,
rounded bv this elms. As 11 iiilih ,
(!ini'refE bo confesses that ho i tho unr.
ncy of claim nu;uiimt the Government
When Mimncliiuutta electa such a Hum
Governor hhe will offend the moral Hjiimi I u nufOrnor 01 Ohio lovce, CftltO. (Jtf
lowest prices. Ho ii determined to bo
nd undersold, and challenges compari
son of tho quality of his 300ds with nny
houso In tho city. lf
Tho hog question Is to bo tho issuo in
tha licit municipal canvass. At least so
say n coiijdo of gontlomon, nolthcr of
whom own n 05, who nro nt present ngl
tntlng tho question, II may not bo Im
proper to remark thnt tho same gentle
men wero candidates in opposition to tho
citizens' ticket Inst snrlnc. and command
ed, wo bollovo, n few votes each.
Tho most popular shoo shop In town
is on 20th stroct opposite tho court houso
hotel, where Wm. Ehlora manufactures
boots and shoes for his cuslomors, warrant
ed to bo of tho host Fronch calf, -kip or
morocco, and which ho guanraleos lo givo
cntiro satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how It is yoursolf. Jy2Ctf
In reply to nn inquiry made by Judge
llross, tho president of tho itnto reform
school, nt Pontine, say that boys can bo
sent to that Institution only by tho circuit
court, nfter trinl by Jury and conviction of
Ignornnco and idleness. Thcro nro soveral
boys in Cairo sadly In wnnt of rcformn
tlon, nnd tho judgo wroto for Information
ns to tho action necossnry to bo takon to
sond them to tho stato school.
A prominent officer of tho county ro
coivod, yostcrday, from Dr. C. T. Wilbur,
superintendent of tho "Institution for tho
education of tho feeble-minded," at Jack
sonville, a circular informing him of tho
regulations of tho institution nnd the char
actor of persons admitted. Tho admission,
tho officer was informed, Is fro. Tho cir
cular concluded by extending an invita
tion lo "como up."
During tho Eckort excursion, night
beforo last, n cotiplo of young men, whoso
conduct was oflensivo to tho excursionists;
wero ordered below from tho cabin by Mr.
Pcto Saup. Shortly afterward, Mr. S.,
having occasion to go down stairs, was at
tacked by one of tho parties, and threat
ened with shooting. During tho row
which tollowod tho pistol was discharged,
the ball entering tho leg of Master Her
bort Goldsmith, just below tho knoe-jolnt'
Tho wound infliclod ii painful but not si-
William Alba's barbor si op is grow
ing in public favor ovory day. It is neat
ly fitted up, nnd can boast of tho most
skillful workmen in tho city. The pro
prietor has had many years' oxporienco in
his business nnd is rocognizod usonoof the
most oxpert slinvors in Southorn Illinois,
whilo young Alba is u master in his pro
fession. Citizens nnd strangors who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tho latest stylo should
patronize Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial nvenuo next door to Htnnon's nows
A steamboat agent was taken beforo
Bross yesterday, by Myers and Arnold, for
wearing his badgo on that part of tho
body, upon which, according to Ignatius
Donnelly, of Iown, tho Wnshburno family
enmo into tho world, brnnded ready made
olTlco-holders. To wear nny othor sort of
a badge, covered by ono's coat tall, is no
ollunsc, nnd cannot bo maintained, wo in
sist, without u violation of the Bill of
Itights. lint, ns our municipal codo ex
pressly enys thai every agent or runner of
steamboats shall wear his badgo upon tho
up pel of his coat, ot- in a conspicuous
position on his lint, tho agent was forced
to pay eleven dollars and forty cents for
Our colored beaux nnd belief turnod
out cn iname yesterday to attond tho pic
nic nt Flora Garden, given in honor of
the anniversary of tho day of tbeir freo
dom. Mr. Gladnoy, a very rcspcctablo
colored young man, opened the festivities
of tho day by a speech, of which tho proud
bird of our country need not, in tho
least, bo ashamed. Mr. O. sailed around
in Koman history as if ho know and loved
old Komultts sinco tho lattor'6 boyhood.
Lntor in tho day Mr. Jackson tested his
oratorical powers on the subject of freedom
and tho duties of tho nowly enfranchised
citizen. His remarks elicited applause,
nnd it would havo donoMrs. Stanton's
hcurt good to havo witnessed tho enthusi
asm of the colored sisters whilo listening
to his speech. Tho garden was thronged,
and tho day was hot; nnd nil tho sweet
perfumes of Africa wero there. Two
thousand of Afric's sunny sons nnd dnugh
tois, swoltorlng and dnncing, in tho spaco
of half a block, und tho thermometer at
ninety-eight. Think of it I
Notick. Nolico is horoby given that
tho trustees of tho Christiau church of
Cairo havo forbidden tho uso of the house
of worship of said church to tho ltov.
John Frlund for preaching in.
S. It. Hay,
Geo. M. Alden,
Notice, Mr. Hochnedel is proparcd to
pity nt onco all claims aguinst him, and do
sires those who aro indebted to him to
como up nnd settle iiugl-lw.
M AititiAOK Guiijk. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
60 cunts. Addross Dr. Hutts' Dispensary,
-luiiu r.imu oiruut, 01.
Mo. See Advertisement.
J. J. Thomas has fitted up the rooms
lately occupied by W. 0. Worthington,on
Commercial nvenuo, whero he is doing n
good business. Go nnd sco him nnd givo
him n trial. Ho is prepared to do nil
kinds of work In tho photogrnph line, and
docs it well.
For Sale. At n bnrgnin, n Davis' sew
ing machine. Has never been used ; is
entirely now ; nlso, n now $80 Wilcox &
Gibbs, slnglo thread, loop-ttltch, sewing
machine Enqutro nt the
I'illl.l.ir Uauuh is mastor of his trado,
nnd wnrrnnts nil of his work to bo of tho
very tint matorlnl nnd manufacture; guar
antees n comploto fit nnd enliro satisfac
tion, isnot confined to nuylparticulur stylo,
1,111 "irtkos every vnrioty of bool
, n 1 f . m .
rom tho "vlest cowhido to
I .'runch culf und morocco, llu
1.1 ...... 1 1 iit
but makes every vnrioty of boots und shoes
,,r. I . runch culf nnd morocco. Ho also koepi
..r I 1 lurito stock on huud. of hUoxnn manufi'X'
I ibr. mm unv onu durout of rmrchutinc
(mi cuitom work cheap should call oft
uinitt his shop on Eighth Ht., south (Ide,
A COLD-BLOODED iMURDEItEIl,
THE BTOIIY OF THE MUKDKIl OF n. L1ND
BAY 1IY IIAVH VICTOIt THK rillSONKIl'H
VEHSION OF IT.
A.taoug'u tho murdor of Dr. Lindsay.
nt Illoomllold, Mo., occured nearly two
years ago, no ocourato history of it has
over been publlshod, nnd probably would
nover havo boen, but for tho vigilance of
Shorlfl Irvln and his deputies in finally
capturing tho murderer, who, sinco its
committal hits resided in Pulaski county,
Ills., whero ho hi 1 successively deflod nnd
eluded tho officers of justice.
DAVID VICTOR, THE MURDERER,
Is is the son of Dr. Victor lately of Pul -kl
county. Tho doctor is woll known
throughout southorn Illinois, and is now,
or was under indictmont .in this circuit
for tho alleged poisoning of his wife. Da
vid, like his father and two brothers, is
strictly tompcratc, novor swoan, nnd es
chews all tho vices common to weak hu
manity; but, is described by thoso who
know him boat, to bo ns dangorous n
villian "as evor scuttled ship or
cut a throat." Whilo living, during tho
spring of 1809, at Dloomflold, in Stoddard
county, Mo., about ono hundrod miles
west of Cairo, he says ho got into a trif
ling difficulty with a Dr. Lindsay, nbout a
dozen of eggs. It was ovonlng nnd both
woro unarmed. "I proposed to him,"
said Victor, "to postpone, tho quarrel un
til olght o'clock noxt morning, nnd
BIIOOT IT OUT,
To this proposition ho ngrocd. About six
o'clock next morning I got up, armed my
self and went out to moot him. Lcforo I
had walkod n block I camo up with him,
and flrod two shots nt him, neither of
which took offoct. Ho beggod mo to stop
firing nnd givo him a show, rominding
mo of the sgreemont wo had 111 ado. He
askod mo to just lot him load his pistol
nnd ho would fight mo nny way I wishod.
agrcod and ho stepped behind a
tree to load his pistol. While
thcro my brothor Abe, now dcai',
camo up and said, 'Go and kick or shoot
that s n-of-a-b h out from bohind that
THEN I WENT 'OR UIU,
And put four balls into him. I put the
last In behind his car, nnd settled him. I
then mountod my horse nnd went over to
Pulnski county, in Illinois, whero I have
been over since, nnd whoro I dared any
ono to nrrcst me. This is his story ns
told to Sheriff Irvln, while making tho
trip with that officer from Cairo to
Illooinflold, on Tuesday and Wednesday
last. On tho 27th of March of this year,
theGovortior of Missouri
ISSUED A PROCLAMATION,
offering a reward of throe hundred dol
lars for Victor's arrest. A requisition
for him was sent to tho Sheriff of Pulaski
county, who rcfusod to havo nnything to
do with the mattor, on tho ground that ho
know the "Victors," nnd didn't enro
nbout giving up tho ghost to secure n Mis
souri murderer. Tho requisition was
then given to ShorifT Irvin, who, since
that time, lias boon persistent in his ef
forts to arrest him. Ho sent ex-Sheriff
Moyors once; John Hogan throe, times,
and Morso soveral times, besides going ns
often himself, but without aurrnn. I.nt
woek Doputy Sheriff Morso
WENT TO ULI.IN AT MIDNIOIIT,
nnd concealed himsolf near Vic
tor's houso until daylight. While
thero, Victor cmergod from tho houso,
shot-gun in hand, and wont to tho stabio
for tho purpose of feeding his stock.
Morso followed carelessly and was not
discovered by Victor until within a few
yards of him. Victor instantly pulled
and cocked a Derringer, but tho officer
was too quick for him, and rdorod him
to "throw up hi handj or stand tho con
sequences." Ho dropped tho Derringer
remarking that ho was a "littlo too slow"
that timo. Ho had in his pockett two
Derringers, in his boots two rovolveri,
nnd standing by his sido n shot-gun. Ho
was brought to Cairo, and escorted to
Dloomflold, as beforo mentioned, by
Sheriff Irvin and his doputy, Mr. Morso.
On the routo to Lloomfield, Dr. Victor,
tho father of David, was met, disarmed nnd
forced to rldo in the conveyance with tho
prisoner. Further along, Goorgo, his
brother, wns nlso met, and tho same tac
tics wero applied to him. Tho Sheriff
handcuffed Dave, nnd then shackled him
to himself. The authorities nt Dloom
flold wero gratified nt his arrost, whilo
many of tlio people nssorted that Victor
would not havo to wait for trial, so in
tenso was tho fcoling against him.
Hei.iaiii.e and Safe. Dr. Henry
Root nnd Plant Pills aro mild nnd plcnse
ant in their opcrution, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Jleing on
tlroly vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diot or business. Tlioy
arouse tho livor and sccrctivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off diseaso wlthj
out exhausting or debilitating tho systora
Try thorn and you will bo satlsflod
Prico25 cents a box. Sold by druggjsts
and dealers in medicine, ovcrywh'oro
Propnrod by tho Grafton Modiclno Co., St
Louis, Mo. myOdm
For Sale or Kent. Tho Hotel Oarni,
situated on Commercial nvenuo between
Sovonth nnd Eighth strcots, Cnlro, Ills
Failing heath of tho owner requires him to
mnko this change. Tlio houso Is doing
paying business, is largo nnd commodious,
built of brick and well arranged. For par
ticulars, address Henry Harris, Cniro,'Ills.,
or apply on tuo promisos. jy20w2.
Sr. N 1CHOLAS. Day boardors can so
euro good accommodations attho St. Nich'
olas (formerly the St. James) at $4 per
week. Tlio nouso is at tho corner of Ohio
lovco und Eighth street, n central location
und Is propriotorod by Hnnv Wnlkor.
who is nllvo to the wants of his patrons,
l'nrtlos doslring boardlnt; and lodr-l ni p.nn
loam torms on inquiry nttlio otllce.
We would call tho attention of our
country frlonds who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J, Thomas, who has
a vory pleasant gallery on Commercial
nvonuo for tholr accommodation, and (s
really the best artist wo havo had In Cairo
for ft long timo, tf
THE WAR OP THE CHRISTIANS.
the gushing mr. friend, rAr -on or
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, RIDES A Hlolt
HORSE EXPELS MR. 8. It. HAY AND
1IRINOS CHARGES AGAINST Mil. OKOROE
Wo publish olsowhoro on this pago tlio
nnnouncemont of Kev. Mr. Friend, that
"jo will proach in tho Christian church to
morrow, wo nlso publish n card from
tho trusloes forbidding him tho uso of tho
church. Our readers will, thoroforo, ob
icrvo thnt a slight misunderstanding ex
ists botween the trustoei and tholr ought-to-bo
beloved pastor. And the Hullktin,
iiko tho faithful newsgatliorcr it is, has
colloctcd tho following facts rolnting lo
TO BEOIN AT THK BEGINNING,
which is Mr. Friend. This gentleman is
young, and it is no reflection on him to
stato that in appearance nnd (stylo ho is
best described by tho word gushing.
Ladies would call ,hlm handsome, and
malo members of bis congregation call
him, to speak in common parlance,
t' cheeky," nlthough, with tho latter opin
ion, wo disclaim any sympathy. Of bis
ability wo nre not ablo to speak, for cir
cumstances havo donled ui tho ploasuro of
over listoning to him.
hut to the now.
This gcntlomnn, six months ngo or
thereabout, camo to Cairo In tho
capacity of an Evangelist, or
ono who is sent out by tho
head of tho Christian Church, to preach
tho gospol of tho Itedcomor. Ho assum
ed membership In tho church, so tho
trustocs stato, without invitation or solici
tation, and immediately nftorward usurp
ed the pulpit, in the face of a written pro
test, signed ty tho trustcos. Evor since
thoro havo been wrangling and jar
ring in tho Tomplo of Him
who preached only Lovo and
Peace At all efforts of tho trustees
to oust him to forco him Into a "new de
parture" ho simply smiled, and exhorted
thorn, scripturally, it is to bo presumed,
to go their way and not bothor him.
if wo may be permitted to use tho ex
pression about so holy a subjoc' wont on
from bad to worso until the Christiani
woro, figuratively speaking, threatened
"DEVIL TO rAY."
It finally came to a head. Mr. Friend
would stand It no longer, and brought
charges against Brother Hay for lying, to
use our informant's language. He charged
that 13 roth er Hay had agreed, at a meet
ing of tho church, to submit to his pastor
ship, which would include, of course, nny
action the roverend gontleman might see
flttotako; and that after luch an agree
ment, ho attempted to incito the congre
gation to rebellion against him. This was
tho milk in tho cocoanut, and upon it trial
w had nt the Christian church last night.
hrother uay pleaded
that tho rovorend gentleman had tnlscon
struod both the terms of tho agreement
and bis action. That ho agreed simoly to
accept him, after tho gentlemen had forced
himsolf upon them, and maintained his
right to express at any and all times tho
propriety of n change in tho pastorship of
tho church of whlc.Mie, was a trustno. Thla
gored Mr. Friond. Ho saw the points
were well taken, and refused to submit tho
charges to a voto of those present,
maintaining thnt eldors alone had the right
to voto, nnd he being the only cldor,
GENTEELY EXPELLED MR. UAY
from tho church. Performing this with
tho quiet nir ofa man utod to wlold author
ity, he turnod on Mr. Alden, and pro
forod charges, the character of which
wo did not learn, against that gontleman.
Then thoro were squalls religious furore
we mean. The trustees got red hot and
Informed him they would publish the card
spoken of above. He simply smiled, and
remarked "we shall seo." -
TUB KET8 OF THE CHUFCU WERE THIN
from Mr. Carpenter, father .of the sexton
of the church, and that gontleman, being
friendly to Friend, pontely rerusoato give
thorn up. And thus the matter stands.
Yes, Verily, but It is sad.
East India preiorvcs at Jorgensen's.
Shrlver's oyster ketchup nt Jorgcn-
Gcnulno Spanish olives at Jorgen-
Imported ghorklns, chow-chow, picca-
lilio nnd onions, nt Jorgonson's.
Anchiovis, in pickle, oil or salt, at
Mason's improvodTruit jars with glass
tops, sold by Parsons, Davis & Co.
Go to rations, Davis & Co's friut-Jar
omporium, NoS. 5 arid 7, Tenth plrcot.
jy25d2W! , '' A
Notice. From AuguiMst.untlljurtbor
nntlco. tho faro per transit steamer Illinois,
plying between Cairo and Columbus will
bens follows: Ono way.tfi.GO; round trip,
12 00. "W. A. Lowth,
Tim cheapest place to buy your boots
nndi shoos Is attho Boston Shoe Store, 140
Elmott & Haythorn.-
New rnoTooiupu Gallery. Wo nt-
tlcothatMr. J.J. Thomas has flttod up
tho rooms lately occupiod by W. G.Worth
Ington in. very goostylo.jana. ns nn artist.
is doing excdlldftt work that should 'entltlo
him to a fair sharo of patronago.
Good pasture at reasonablo rates, for
horses and cattlo, at John Atelier's, noar
Greenfield's Landing, Mo. For particu
lars onqulro at;Elliott & Hnythorn's, 140
Commercial Avenuo. A3 lw
Wf-iss Deer. Chnrloy Schonomoyor,
nt tho Egyptinn snloon,,ls in constant re
colpt of a full supply of tho purest nnd
frostiest Wolss Iloor a uoverago u. lor a
lord; oxhlllarltlng without Intoxicating,
cool nnd delicious Just tho dtlnk to fight
the doodnys with, llosides Wolss Iloor,
whloh ho innkes n spocialty, ho has also
on hand nn oxcollont stock of wines, 11 '
rjutrs and cigars. Call on hint.
Slcamor Atlantic, NewOrloans.
JJ Floronco Leo, Evansvlllc.
Doxlor. Now Orleans.
, Allco, St. Louis.
James Flsk, Jr., Pnducuh.
ltubleon, 8t. Lo'i.ls.
" John Jvylo, St. Louis.
" Tom Jasper. St. Louis
" Tobo Hurt. Hickman.
" Tonf Ilees6, Now Orleans.
I City ofPokin, Tcnneisco ltivor
Steamor Atlantic, St. Louis.
" Floronco Leo, EvansvllJe.
" Doxter, St. Louis.
" A, Iu.l?et C"P Girardeau.
" Minnie, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jamos Fisk, Jr.. Paducnh.
" ltubleon; New Orleans.
" City of Cairo, Vicksburg.
" City of Pokin, St. Louis.
1I0ATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Steamer John Kyle, Now Orleans.
uity or Alton, Isow Orleans.
James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
Hollo Memphis, Memphis.
Julia, St. Louis.
Arkansas llellr, Evansvlllc.
Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
Tho dcclino in tho river hcru is steady
and Is now lower thnn it hits been at any
time this scnsaii, and from nil indications
thero will be less water between hero nnd
Loulsvillo than has boon for soveral sea
sons. AH tho Ohio river boats aro Imvlng
trouble nnd no sooner do tlioy get off of
ono bar than they aro on unolhor. Tho
Mississippi is still falling and is so low
thnt nenrly every boat coming out hus to
set her spars several times.
Tho Florcnco Leo brought out a good
trip oonsisting of CJ doz chain, ICO sacks
on?, 11 coops of poultry nnd 2 boxes eggs
for Memphis nnd Now Orleans; 139 bbls
apples, 31 casks mcnt, 343 bags oats, 2
hhds tobacco, 461 bbls Hour nnd several
small lots of freight for Cairo.
The Dexter ..nd n big up-stream trip nnd
was drawing all tho water thero was In
Tho Mohawk turns nil her freight over
to tho Mary Alico and returns to St. Louis.
The Fisk had an excursion of school
children, which she took to Columbus.
The Tom Jasper brought out COO tons
for tho John Kyle. Sho was drawing G
feet 3 Inches. Sho was aground 12 hours
at Dog-tooth. It is not known yet wheth
er she will return to St. Louis or load
Tho John Kylo came out with 850 tons,
and will lcavo hero with all she can carry
on tho water. She was aground about B
hours at Dog-tooth.
The City'of Cairo arrived on time, with
a fair trip. She adds considerable here.
She reports no boats aground.
The ltubleon was well loaded.
The City of Pekin had n good trip for
St. Louis, and discharged hero 10 stoves,
25 bbl. hoading for Gallighcr, and 4,800
feet of lumber for Walters. Sho was
drawing 4 foct and grounded on the
Chain.. Keports 8 feet In Hig Hand.
Thn Tom Koo has a tow of empty
barges. Sho lost a bargo loaded with rail
road iron at New Orlenns. Itwas sunkby
swolls. If sho call t;et it bargo hero sho
will load for Now Orleans.
Wo havo not had n boat from Louls
villo sinco tho 24th of July.
Tho Ada Hoilrnan is having n hard
time. She has bocn ngrouad on nearly
every bar In the river, and at last ac
counts had not reached Evansvlllc.
Sboo Fly bar above Holcna bids fair to
be tho worst crossing In tho river. Tho
water now spreads from bnnk to bank nnd
looks bad. Load soundings report 8 J foct
as tho depth there.
Prime Emorson. the boat builder, has
(fatontod nn Improved steam canal boat
and expects to bo awarded tho 2s ow lork
Stato premium of ono hundred thousand
dollars. Its peculiar ndvaritago is that it
makes'no waves mid docs not disturb the
, Tho funeral of tho lalo mato, James
Fitzgerald, look place in rittsburg day
beforo ypstorday. Tho' deceased was in
tha 68th year of his ngo when he diod, nnd
wns universally respected nod esteemed
for his many mnnly traits of chnrnctor.
Professionally ho wai, recognized ns ono
of the best mates navigating our walors
Tho Evansvlllc, Paducah ,& Tonnessoo
Klvor Packot company linvo sold the
steamer Snm Orr to tho Uunnelton coni
company for. $4.D0.,
Capt. Goo. D'aiooro'dled rathor sud
denly at Pittsburg on Tuesday of dropsy
of the chost.
Thero is a great demand for light drnft
teamara abovo St. Louis umiauozcnoi
them could do ii good business.
Boat rowlnc has become qulto a favor
ito amusomcntpmoug ouryowsg pooplo and
Is of frequent occurrence.- YV o nccop.eu
n Invitation y torday.,an.d,!!ud u splen
did timo, although ono of tho party in
silted on throwing wator on us.
Thomas Encllsb. oncinoor of tho stearao
Tom Jaspor, diod nt this port last ovonlng,
nf .nwtlnn of tho stomach. Ho was
taken: sick last Wednesday. He was
sinirlo man arid nbout thirty yoars of ngo
ill. rnma ns will 00 lorwarueu 10 in
.... . i.f
friends in Pittsburg.
Kindlino. GOO " glass boxos " for salo
at 5 cents each. W. W. Thornton,
I Importod London . Club and Wor-
CttOS.ersniro suuco, av ourjjuuoo.t .
IkvoiUs of new goods just recelvod at
tha'Boston Shoe Store
Elliott & Haythorn.
t v... mnnufaoturo of
nuNK uuv kuu
stylos overy dayELU0TT & IUytiiorv.
CANS I CANS 1 1 OANSIII
Five hundrotl dozon No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS at the mew-york BTOitF, nt $1.00
per dozen. Largost wholesale and retail
swale in tho city,
i. Greeley & Patisr.
Wllvw IVin Vnnrirtna lint-ft lionn OVO
taxed nnd si eon disturbed IIELMliom
11 ...... . . I . vr.nM.ln-. Tl nrtr. I It i fit I
n.lmn n- mnrmilnn vnf II iriivnrnl Inn IT
vr " "-1 i j - u f
torior economy of tho human system. I
is administered for illscnics of the blnilile,
kiilnoys, wcaknos', fomulo Irrcgulnrltlu
finillgUry, lUlU UUUipilllUlB IIIUIUUIUHI
the urinary organs of either sex. (
AVhen the constitution has been uinloi
mined, nnd llfo renderod miserable, by Hi
errors ol youth, nnd thoso distressing dr
ensos which cllect mo uinuuer, muiicy
iiid gonltitl organs, Hklmiiold'h Huchu
tho only reliable curative agent that tn
bo admlulstercd. In removing organi
weakness, strnngury, gravel, dropsy, an
femule Irregularities, It Is almost cinlnonti
Look to Your Cihi.drkn. Diarrhei
Dysentery, nnd Summer Complaints uri
cured by Mrs. AVhltcoiub's Syrup, wide
is sold for 25 cents n bottle See ndvci
lloyc rnor, John M. Palmer i
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty)
Keeielaryof Htntc, Kdward Itllininel ;
Auditor of Htate, 0. I.. I.ipplncolt i
Hlato Treasurer, V.. N. Ilataa ;
Hupt. Public Instruction, Newton Ilateman.
Kemdora I.yman Trumbull and John A. Logan
ltepreenlatlvo for theHtnte at l.arie Vacancy
Itepreaentativc Thirteenth Diitrlct John M
Senator, 1st I)lstrlct-T. A. K. Holcomb,
Union, and B. K. OlUon.of Gallatin.
ltepreaentatlve, 1st Dlttrirt-H. Wnt.on Webb
Judgo 1). J. llaker, of Ateiander.
Prosecuting Attorney I. r Jtccarlney, o
Circuit Clerk Jno. (J. Harman.
Uliorin-A. II. Irvin.
Win. Martin, Axestor and Tieuurer.
Judgo P. Ilro,
A90clale-J.;K. McCrite and H. Marchlldon.
Clerk Jacob O. I.vnch.
Coroner John II. Ooaaman.
Mayor John M. Lnden.
Treasurer J. 11. Taylor.
Ojmptroller K. A. Hurnett,
larhal Andrew (Jain.
Atlnrn.r I Ir.lMr.n 1
Police Magistrate K. Pros and II. Hhan-,
Chief ot Police I- II. Myer.
Police Constable John Hhehan, (day), and!
Jo. II. Velrrun and J. W. Sumner, (night.)
Mayor John M. I.ansJcn,
Kirl Wrd-P. O.Sehuh.
becond vfard C. It. Vioodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward fi. Htaata Taylor.
City-at-Uige-W. P. Halllday and I). Hard.
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
HWr WAHI-Jame Rearden,
KCJ NDWAltD It. II.Cuiinlnghi.i,
THIItl) WAltD-Wm. titration,
KOlIItTH WAP.U-Jaine Carroll.;
(1. It. f-ae,
Time of Meeting.
The City Council meet tn joint session on
rldar ercniDU iirecojing tho fint Monday of
The Belect Council meet on tho first Vednes
lay and Thursday, alter tho econd Monday in
kAAnn or iiiniius,
l'he Hoard of Aldermen meet on tho firs I
Monday and Tuesday In evtry month.
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL. I
(M Strftt Mesr. Taylor, Walder, Winter, I
Wood and Metcalf.
Drant t Mesi. Cunningham, tiuhuh, Fitiger-
aid, Heaie and Halllday.
CTrtims Mesr. wood, Cunningham and hlcb.
lUice orwl oil Mcsir. Carroll, Uuder and
OrdiiwnM Mer. Scae, Walder and Taylor.
Fire Dtrtmtnt Messrs. Hearden, Swayne and ,
.VnrltMeii.8chiih, Winter atld Kleb, '
ftntma Messr. Htird, Htratton and Mettall.
Board uf Jlcallh The Mayor, and Messr. Bear.
den, Winter, filratton and Cai roll.
OUR CIIUKCHES. )
Preiuihlng, Hablnth at 10 a! m., and V, r. m.
l'rayor meeting, Wednesday at 7S
Sunday School, 3 r. it. J. M. I.annlen, Hupcr
mtendent. Iter. C. II. poor, Paster.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Highth and Walnut Ht.
Preaching, Sabbath Wt a.m., and 7 r. a.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7,'Jr. m.
Sunday School p r. m. I.. W. Stllwell, Beper.
mtendent. Itcv. F. I.-Tiiohmox, Pastor.
CIIUIICH OF THK. ltI5I)EEMEIt-(KplK0pl)
Morning prayers, Habbath Wt a. m.
Evening praycr7K!' m.
SabbMh School, a. .
ltcv. Mr. Coax, Rector
ST. PATItlCK'S CHUHCH-Cor. Ninth Kl.saa
Public Service, Sabbath BH anil 10J a. m.
VrsperD, 3r. m.
Sunday School, 2 r. .
Service ovary day, 8 r. h.
Kor. P.J. O'lULlOSiV, I'llCSi;
CHHiaTIAN Klghteenlh Btreet.
Sabbath Schooh K a, m Sabbath.
Preaching, Sabbath 10J a. a., and 7Krt.
Hov, J. FmrsP, Pastor.
MISSION HUNIIAV HCHOOIi-In the cnnstian
Church, Eighteenth Street. Habbath school J
'' J. H.IUid, Superintendent,
if . i . v n v v a n 1 1 n I ht I A N A BHOCIATION Reg
ular incctlng ocond Monday each month at the
Prayer room of tho Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7H r. M.j at
Iho Prayer room of tho Presbyterian church.
O. Parom, X'resldent.
AFIHCAN M. E.-Fourteenth St. between Wslaut.
Services, Bibbath, 11 a. m.
Sunday Bohool, IK r.M.
p"eachmg,'7K r. w. Ilov. Wrnl; JMlOtr PsitOI
SECOND FltEIWILLHAI'llST-Hfteenth Bt,
botwoen Walnut and Cedar.
Service Babbath, lJ4and3r.nl.
Kev. N. nicss, Pastor.
FREE-WILL IIAPTI8T HOME MISSION 8UN-
PAY SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Btf.
Sunday School, o a. h,
FIRST KltEE WILL IIAPTIST CUUBClI-ur-
ry'a Barracks. , ,
Service, Habbath 11 a. ., 3 r. x. and 75 r.
Hoy. Wm. KtLLr, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAPTIST CliyilCU-Bct'
wocn Will and Ilth streets, near Cedar.
Preachlns Bablialh 10 a.m., and 7f r. x.
Prayer Meeting, Wodnesday ovening.
Prcachlngi Friday ovening.
Babbath Bohool, 1J-S r. . John Van Baxter and
Mary Stophon Superintendents.
Boy.T. J. Suoats, Pastor,
BOOKS, pain phi eta, krvcls, catalogue, news
papers, tax list, and every variety of eiten
aivo printing 'contrapted for, mid promytlyand
(ueodily oxeoulod, in the IJullotln hook, Job;
sad newspaper binding establishment.
Wowo u4i,tjws.tbt tho iron liadleou
lot mankind, to iqo