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THE CAIRO DAILY BttLLETift, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER2B, 1871.
I'iiIiII'I'"1 ovrry iiinmln-, .IoihIiij pi
rt .-1 -t
(Voir lUtlt of Anjlliing, ntlJ a Utile About I
("' (Jooil Mini Ihlngs.l
Paul O. fhuh sells ltntllngor's mcdl-
For conforohoo proceedings coo sec
ond page j
M. .JfcfJco rf turned lionio from
Denver yestirdny morning.
Aldormnn FHisgerald Is In St. J-oilf
find l'nl Itcllly somewhere else.
Mrs. Whltonriip, n resident ofCnlro for
tho past twenty years, died yesterday.
Judge. Bross nnd wlfo returned yci
terdsy from his visit to C:ipo Olrnrdcnu.
Joo Arnold is ono of flvo special de
tective on duty on. tho Unto fairgrounds.
Loui Jorgenfon, ono of tho Cairo
Knights, tins arrived nt homo and Inld his
Attompts to dulcet tho llcebo assas
ilm havo been dlcontinucd. Tiio rascal
covered their tracks Very' skillfully.
Wo wero somewhat prematura In ah
bouncing that Mr. Kd. A V i 1 1 c 1 1 bad ac
cepted tho position of associate cdjtor of
The negro woman who was slushed
over the head with a hatchet by her lov
ing husband is not dead yet. Tho hustiind
hits gono hence.
Cof.'TI.'Glaze propose to do som6thlng
towards annihilating Catholicism by lectu
ring against it this afternoon, nt tho Pres
Everybody In tho city, except those
who remain, will go to, tba imo fair to-.
day tnd to-morrow. Thursday nnd Fri
day nrc the big days.
The Kcv. Mr. Footo had a call from n
church in St. Louis, nnd' from orio in
Springfield, 1U. Ho is, wo aro informed,
now In Springfield, trying to mnko up his
mind whether it is his duty to leave Cairo.
John Drown was gobbled for tho Mc
Elvoy murder case jury without n coat, or
a cent, r his supper nnd was pat to vofk
"cu-ing," which tho same he should not
do while a Methodist conference Is in the
On Tuesday night, about P o'clock,
ft thief ntcred tho house of Mr. .A. Black
and stole nil tho wearing apparel of David
and Herman, nnd of Mr. Levy " who was,
lodging In' the house. Xo traco.of the
rascal could bo discovered.
Mr. Burger has rcturnpd from New
"York vi'aU & stock of dry goods, tho most
complete ever betoro brought to Cairo.
There Is nothing In the dry .iroods Une
which bo hns not got, and, as fpr.pricos. he
defies competition, and protests his ability
to sell for less money bettor goods than
man any otlier merchant in the city.
llev. Fred. Thomson labors ineessan.i
to make Ins visitors comfortnblo nnd he
succeeds. JIo is a livo man, and, withe b
is a preacher thorough)? devoted Co hi
calling, his not Junfra'nej the fact that
ho is a member of human society and that
ho must take tho woild as ho flnds it, and
lead instead of drive TuMon humanity
iiiio mo siriijiii anil narrow path.
fcsquiro blianncssy, who has almost
entirely recovered from tho ull'ucts of his
rcent severe illncs';,cpm'plulns that police
business on his uajs is nlmost "played
out." He no doiilt attributes Jils bad
luck in this regard mo-o to the partiality
of tho polled for Bross, than to tiio 'Im
proved morality of the Paducnh and Mem
phis men who furnish tu our courts so
much of their business. '
The dear old fellow of tho Sim, good'
brother JXtvls, hns'bcin "taken to (ask"
oy several muiljlors for publishing tho
Rev. D. B. .turner's communications.
This shows how envious ever, ministers
may become Here is Mr. Turn oy who
knows he can write urd doos write and
writes well, at Mr. nughoy, wlio is a
writer himself, will say, "mid nf.er him
comes several ministers, envious of his
ubilitles, and demand that his produc
tions shall bo lept buck from tho world.
Forbid tho thought) Jf Davis goes buck
OnTurneywo Leg hirn to consider our
&rniB wide open and unsious to embraco
him. Merit cannot be put down whilo
Tnu Bclleti.v stands, and Tnr. Briar.
tin will stand whilu "Cairo en
dures, and Cairo will bo in ex
istence long after Macnuloy's Xow
Ze dander has guzod on tho ruins of Lon-don-shall,
in fad, endure until Eternal
Hope, ks detcribed by Campbell, has got
done smiling over the ruins of the world
"id has made her tonh blaze st Naluro's
funeral pile, nnd both sho and her torch
havo gone out. With this assurance, Mr.
Turney may make himself casy. 'and-go
"Wo cull the attention of tho confer
nc to tho .cnndiiion of tho republican,
I'trty In this city. It is composed or two
hundred white men and four .hundred col
ore! men. The white republicans act as
tho black republicans h.d no rights
which a white republican, or anybody but
democrat, was bound to respect, and so
hey take all the ofliccs and give ibo nie
B notMng, Tl0 d tU . fc
...juuice, nnd with a full knowledge of
lA i j,1 1,18 were too far gone
f.l !" "Ji lluo darklti towork for
n th. 7 . , n ever employed
In the public service in llllnoi-.nd ,.
aidatefrc:v ;r :tc,,u-ttn-
.iT.r' : nUu coi
have the republican, brought to IZZ
miur, nnu wiu luiiy of prcjudlc.
Bgaiii.nrio -man una urotiier,' ttiid be
lievo that this rejult can bo accomplished
lily by prayer.' "Wd," 'thYreforc, hnpb Ihe
conference may Jlnd timo tq way for the
republicans of. Cairo ! ahd, slnco thov'aro
fearfully sinful, wo suggest that tho pri'yv
re ue uoui long and loud.
MIs's.E'lieu tf, Eames, formerly, of,
Kalamaoc, .lihyjiig'takcn up her residence
In Calr;lnfcrws tti public that she Isde
slrous of4r.IW,Instruction In yCcl and
instrumenul music anhMu French. Miss
EasiN comes among us with excellent re.
junohdutions. During tl.e laic i session of
the Northwestern Academy oi Jiusic, sno
win nuimwf tl.n molt prollclent In plnrio
fotlo practice and vocal Instruction, nnd
ilm onn.lnrtors of tho nciuloiny unlto In
tholr testimony to her tfioroiigli knowl
edge of muelo nnd her capability to teach
tho same. -Miss Karnes rcsldos in tho houso
formerly occupied by Mr.G. II. Olmstcnd
whero sho will bo hnppv to rccoivo pujills
nnd givo any informnllon ifrerjulred in re
gard to terms. i
Wo reproduce, from tho Sun of yes-
tcrdnv evening, in complinnco with tho
request of Mr. Turnoy, his'rpi1y'lo, "Ku
Bcblus,, who drowsed him down, or up, or
something llko Hint, so to speak, in Tiik
Dui.i.ims) offcyc3tqr(layf " Mr. Turnoy
seems lojmvo nbout his character c'onsld
ernblo "posltivo electricity by which soft
namo presiding elder In Uio conference
yestcrdnj- designated lho'dlsp6sltlort f n
brothqr'to get Into n'musson the slight
est provocation. Ho probably carries
nbout on his shoulder an Imaginary chip
whicli ho is spoiling to' havo somebody
knock .off) nnd wears an imnginnry long
tailed coat, on tbo"ta1l of which ho dnr.es
tho unlvorso to tread nnd tako thn dread
ful consequences. His boclt in ''Tho Sab
bath of tho Scriptures" Is to him as tho
applo of his precious cyo, and when"Euso
bius" intimated that that book wasn't exact
ly the greatest book of tho age, but foll bc
low "XXXX lamily" in grade, and. was
only "low-priced ordinary" Turner. foil nil
to picccs,nnu ioj,nn now remains, in a dis
jointed condition, scattered nbout tho city
promiscuously. Wo have no harsh words
for Mr. Turney. "Wo would not havo
even if wo did not "wish to live n true
Christian ; nnd "mothlnks" wo had bettor
dismiss tho gentleman with tho ndvico to
go and writo no more, fur tho newspapers,
This wo do in compllanco with our duty
as a great religious journalist delegated by
dulf-nppointmcnt to look after tho faithful
who lrtckho ability, to, take caro'of- themr
selves. 1 1 " '
About the Conference, lm Dullness and Mem
, Bshop Scott will pryadi on Sunday
Blsphop 8cott is tho gu'e's't of Mr.
. D. Wlflamson.
Rev. Mr, Eaton preached an excel
lent sermon last night nt the Presbyterian'
The.rcport of tho proceedings ot the
Methodist Episcopal Conference, yester
day, is; published on tho second, pago of
Yesterday afternoon a lot of dolegntos
arrived from some place nbovo' Alton
probably from near tho north polo. They
looked liko hyperboreans thawing.
The gentlemen having In charge tho
Methodist church building should either
hent vhe room in which the conference
moets.wlth flro or furnish ovcrconts to the
members nnd spectators.
A statistical meeting of tho confer
enco was held ycsteiday nftornoon, with
liev. Mr. Corriugton in tho chair. The
business transacted was not of any partic
ular interest to tho public,
Tho prew wee, the .Vn snys, left out
initio cold by. Abo conferenco vcslerday
morning. -Tho intention wa to teach tho
Sim how lo keep cool, but iho flory little
luminary could not appreciate tho lesson
. The doldgales'to Hit Southern Illinois
Electoral Conference of Laymen whicli
Is n Jong nnmo wil meet to-ino;row
morning at 10 o'clock In the J eobvtcrian
chur,ch, to elect two Jay dolegiUes to tho
Genernl Conforcnco of the M. E, church,
to bo held nest May, ia.Brooklyn, Now.
Kcv. T. Hitchcock, of Ciccinnnti, told
tho eonforsnce that win member shnnlil
pray until ho had pa'd hijdobls. Sovi
of our debtors have not' prnved fori
prayed for sev
eral year?, becat-sc, wo presume, they wish
to pay their debis boforu they indulgo in
divotlo.is. It U our sinecro desiro that
they may speedily remove tho impedi
ment that stands between them and their"
right to pay.
Tho Hot. G. W. tlughoy is on hand
with n buglo blast ngulnst Calholioism in
tho shape of n pamphlet o( one hundred
nnd sisty-fivo pages, which ho is soiling
for the low prico of twentv-3vo conLa.
This blast was fi'Ht blown from the
Methodist pu'pit of ibHcUy, and Is both
loud and musical., )n) .of iiie tnoinbors
told Hughcy yeslo uny that it was well
enough to strike ati Uiil'.'oWcism, but lo
over bo rash And'gu for the i Camjibollites,
hecausa, ntld ho, " tha tno'io you at
tack thorn iho mole pcs'.iiorous tliuy
For tho first timu in iho Southorn
Illinois conferencu of tho M. E. church,
the lay delegation takes its place In tho
annual meeting, now In convention in
this city. At tho genernl conference of-
luqciuiicu, iioiu in lyiiicago vnroo year"
ago, it was icsolred Hhnt thcrd should be
delegations of lay members meet with all
tho conferences of the yenr 1871. These
lay fdelogu'tiuns are empowered to 'solid
two delogates from each yearly conference
to'tho, goneral coneronco which -mcots
uiurjr iuiir jcuib.
Hov. UJL T- ToIJo . niormeatho con-
forcncQ yesterday that ho was' p6sScsscd
of u boun'.iful supply of " positive clcc
tricity," and was of the opinion that If
1'resldini? Elder Sears had sonio of his
"positive electricity,'' 'anii ho had' sonio
of boars, ncgallvo di.to they would both
bo bettor men. By positiyo.electriclty.V
Mr. Tollcwho seems to hav,o Jtakcn Par
son iironiow for a model, means tho
disposition to havo. his own way or flcht.
and by "negativo electricity,'' ofcourso
"o means tho disposition to vlold
Allium a tight, from whicli construction
Mriw ti1Q irt.rollC(, ti,ttt aw is u man
VI l"ineC( i01B 8u(rorlf)g nnd t)ow t0
r.. I,", Wl bo t ls-tho most
'vt ' 01 Lttr dosmelj but it'i,
innnmnl ilr.i.trui-.l ... .t ' ij "
"" v """"ui comproiiilslng
fvivn i.uMiiiiuiipiaco ttUUlty. uxt
w uiu ini, air. xfioiiuj.wo mark tba tLuv
rti Tin. .
iWr. xurnor ior nunim lie h. .i,...
- 1 .iMf 1 IIV
critical sagacity which enables some men
to nnd beauties nnd defacls other men
Cannot sco with a mlcrcscopo. Wo havo
no doubt that olther of tho gentlemen
named could And a cambric nccdlo in a
hny-mow full ol hay nt night, before
ffo All which Particular Notlco Is Called, for
Shrivo's eclobratcd 11 o'clock lunch
oyestors at Jorgcnscn s. tf
4A. meeting of tho mombors of the Odd
Fellows' Bcnovolent Association of Egypt
will be hold this evening, nt tho lodgo
reom, Immediately after tho closing of tho
stated meeting of tho lodge.
Tho Kov. Mr. Shercs desires us to re
turn lhanks, in a vory especial manner, to
Judgo Bross for his liberality In present
ing to tho First Baptist church (colored) a
fine sofa of the valuo of f 30.
The most popular shoe shop In town
Is on 20th street opposite the court house
hdtel, whcroWm. Ehlers manufactures
boots nnd shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of .the bestj Fronch calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guanralecs to give
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it is yourself. JyCtf
Mr. F. itose has removed his tailoring
establishment to jis new store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. He keeps on hand a
splendid assortment ef pieco goods which
ho will make up for his customers in a
mannor warranted to suit. lie employs
only the best workmen, and gives his
.personal attention to the business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasonable
Call and sco him. augSlrn
The Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 2G and 28 Eighth
street, is a .favorite place of resort with all
lovers of eiss' Heor, Liiqtiors or every
description, and aU kinds of foreign and
homo AMncs. io ordinary .liquors are
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
the. very best, nnd guests find in nttend
anco polite and accomodating' waiters. A
freo lunch, is spread every day at 10
o'clock a.m. aualTtf.
Tho, family grocery store of Bixby &
Koe hlcr is boing patronized largely by peo
plo who like fino groceries. Their location'
on tho north sido of Eighth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington av
enues, is a central one, and their stock has
been selected with discrimination, there
fore this new candlduto for public patron
ngo meets exactly tho wants of tho peo
ple. Messrs. Koohlcr & Bixby prnposo to
keep up their reputation by always selling
the best of all sorts of groceries to their
patrons and the public, knowing that pco
plo generally aro aware of tho fact that
ray,good articles of nny kind aro al
ways tho cheapest in the end. tf
EUSEBIUS VS. D, D, TUItWY. "
"J. 11. T." STRIKES EACK AT "z'' AKD
1IRINGS AN OCKAN OF BLOOD.
From the Hun of Yesterday Evening
A correspondent of Tiik Bulletin has
seen tit to make nn unprovoked and "back-actian-spanking"
attack on mo; but ns ho
docs not discover his own stupidity,
(which all his renders do.) ho had better
sot his poor wits to work to invent a low
pressure, rotary bnck-uclion (whatever
that is) spanking machine,, for pactical
application to himself. In the judgment
of many respectable persons, ho needs it
nioro than anybody else in CVro. life
attacks on my book on tho Sabbath
question, I shall not stoji'to notice, us ha
has nover seen a pago of tho work, and,
as my production has been favorably
noticed by such mc.i as Jtev. J. Van
Clove, 1). D.,.ltoy. O. W. Hughcy, A. 31.,
A. B. Pennimnn, 31. D., nnd a number of
other gentlemen of worth and merit, tho
nttack of Eusebiu9,by tho reac't!on of popu
lar sentiment, will .doubtless, help in tho
salo of my book oh tho Stbbntli of tho
Sacred Scriptures. I have no harsh
terms to apply to anybody, ns 1 wish to
Jive it truo Christian ; nnd molhlnks there
was moro than sutllciont cause for all that
I said about tho "doggerel"' ' denominated
"The ltoll Cull," ns tho writer virtually
outdo 'Methodist preachers u butt far gen
eral ridicule. '
D. B. Tuiiney.
Hurry Wulkcr informs his friends nnd
tho public generally, through tho columns
of The Bulletin, that ho has fitted up a
first-class restaurant in thofront basement
of tho St. Nicholas liolol.on Commercial nr-
cnuo. (aniea fish, oysters, and every lux
ury of the season will bo served to guests.
Tho best of wine's nhd liqxors will bo nl-
ways on hand, and tho finest cigars wail
ini; to bo puffed away into fracriint smoko.
Meals will buifurriishcd at alt hours, and
guests will receive pollto and constant at
tention. Harry is determined to mnko his
restaurant a success and a popular resort
for tho leisuro hour. lw
Wo havo just received a large stock
of heating stoves for either 'coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dVninc rooms. H'e will duplicate
any Cmcifirtaii, EratuvilU or AY. Louis
retail price lit for either cooking or heat
ing stoves. Orders by mail 'will reccivo
our prompt attention.
Heehwaut, Orth& Co,
No. 130 Commercial avonue.
Arrested. A well-known citizen of
this city was n day. or two slnce.bcforo. ono
of our city magistrates lor being drunk
and disorderly. Ho was fined tho usual
amount 59 60. Aftor tho trial was over
ho might havo beon heard soliloquizing,
thusly : " Now, this is the second tV'O I
have boon up beforo n magistrato for tho
samo offenso. I might havo known it
if I had'gone to Alba's in tho first placo
aiid,gotone of those smooth, clean, doll-
clous shaves that Alba is known to g(vo
to every onu who patronizes him, this
would not havo happened." Therefore,
reader, tuko warning nnd always go to
Alba's barber shop, .Commercial avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth streets, tf
WANTED A good cook, or a woman to
do genoraljhoiso work. Xr.ijujre at the St.
ruciioiu uoiei, uomuiorcisi avenue,
Ha'iirt Walker, Proprietor,
1 cfe.?'1 J' n?kfr pruM ni J. V, Me-
man nJ'.roSi,,,.n", nllorn I'' ! Hat
man, olerk A. II. irvln, shcrlfl.
thial or jno. m'klvoy Fon the mukdeii
or jno. vr. riticK rnocEKDiNos y.s-
TKnUAY TIIK EVIDENCE.
This casa was called on Monday, nnd
tho time until Tuesday night spent in
getting n jUry,as follrws:
H. iT. Johnson,
W. r, Mooro,
J. S. Leo,
H. B. Klnnonr.
Fred. C. Fulton,
S. S. Fo3ler,
P. H. Conant,
Tho Stnto's Attornov. Mr. McCnrlnnw.
assisted by D. T. .Inogar, Esq., nppcars
for thopcoplo W.u. J. Allen, Esq., for
The first witness called was Jofforson
Miller, whoso cvldcnco did not nmount to
much. Ho was cross-examined by Judgo
Allen, ns follows.
q. Do you know what McElvoy had In
his hand did ho havo anything?
A. I don't think ho had, but ho might
q, Do you know tho slzo or weight of
A. It weighs ten or cloven ounces.
Tom Brown weighed it ; saw some ono
pick it up; I saw it weighed.
TESTIMONY OF JOHN 1I0DQES WITNESS
FOIl THE I'EOl'I.E.
Q. If you snw Mr. McElvoy having
any troublo in your house, what was it?
A. McElvoy wanted to hnvo n little
fuss; I didn't pay much attention; enn't
describo nny particular trouble. Tho day
of tho trouble I think was Halurd'iy ; had
been tiylng to get them out of tho house;
when ready to Icnvo, McElvoy camo
lorn drink; ho picked up tho class and
left: didn't statonnv reason: never touch
ed the bottlo ; took tho glass nnd went to
whero tiio crowd was concrccntcd. some
sixty or seventy feet from tho houso back
near tho slnble; didn't notico nnvthini:
nbout him ; tho glau wis brought to mo on
u. Describo to mo jury what kind of n
glass it was.
A. it was a Heavy bar glass, with a
thick bottom; it wouldn't hold much it
was most all bottom.
Q. What kind of n weight did ho try
A. Ho got an ounco weight; at the
lime ho got the weight thoy woro fussing
around generally; don't know what was
said; don't think any ono was trying lo
hnvo n fuss with him ; it was n pretty gen
eral sort of a fuss till round; all wcro
Cross examined by Judge Allen :
Didn't sco what was dono with tho glass
outsldo tho houso; it was brought tome in
tho morning; saw tho party go otT in tho
evening; Thomas .Brown .had a toy to my
house; don't know whether ho opened the
houso that evening after I left, but it is my
impression thai ho did not.
STATEMENT OF JOHN" CLARK WITNESS
FOR THE I'EOI'LE.
Knew dofnndaut; knew John Prico for
fifteen years ; bis business was ono kind
and another : ho was helping Mr. McEl
voy and working for him; was in tho town
of Thebes at tlmo of difficulty; did not
hear him make any statement in particu
lar about Mr. Prico; heard him mako a
threat three or four weeks beforo; said
"Wcss Price was slicking his bill into his
business and soma of Ihesa times he would
como up missing;" I tied up Prices' wound;
ho wus bleeding frcoly; wound was bound
up with n handkerchief; it wtis on his
foiehcad, but ho uecniod to bo bleeding
freely trom the nose; can't toll what kind
of n wound it wus ; I went homo with
him; ho said ho felt very bad and wnntcd
to get home to his fiimily; I went with
him lo the wagon ; ho said ho felt weak
and 1 wet my liundkcrchlcf and put it on
his forehead: it was near dark when we
got homo; it is btwccn 2 and 3 miles
Irom Thebes to where wo took him; did
not see him after that; don't know that
ho received any injuries nffr the time ho
left tho lower grocery ti.. ho got homo;
I would have known it if any injury had
Cross examined by Judgo Allen.
Mr. Prico did not go to Iho doctor's tho
evening ho recoived tho wound; I did nil
the dressing thcro was dono I just tied
up tho wound ; my best recollection is
there was no ono went with us but we
three, John Price, Fridlo and myself;
don't think it more than thrco miles ; did
not have a fight with York or any man ;
York overtock mo nnd wanted to fight;
ho n'.tackcd me first, und McElvov came
up behind and knocked me down; havo
nothing ngninst mm; lind no uilliculty
with Yo.k; don't recollect whother I saw
Price and McElvoy together after McEl
voy had Uii'cutoncu 1'rico ; I have been
living in this county for 16 years, except
ing me time I was in tho war: after 1
passed the mill a young man ovortook me,
andsald, "You siruck mo." 1 told him 1
hadn't had a word of difficulty with n man
that day; McElvoy stepped up behind mo
and struck ma with something, don't know
what ; more is a scar mere now ; nobodv
was with mo; I wus going from John
Price's ; 1 left Prico nt homo and had gono
on; .nchivoy lived closo to me; the blow
received disabled mu for four weeks:
I was up to John Prico's noxt morning.
STATEMENT Of JAU. L. H AIIUIS WITNNE.V)
FOR THE I'EOl'I.E.
1 wus passlnir nlonc tho road whon
Prico got hurt; know McElvoy; heard
him sav "I didn't hit tho man 1 aimed lo,
but I don't givo n damn who I hit;" don't
know who elso was thoro; heard McElvoy
sHvlhnt; don't know who ho said itlo;
I know Pilcc.
Cross examined by Judgo Allen,
It was nearer tho grocery than uny oth-
or house ; think Iho grocery was open ;
don't know whether uny one was round:
couldn't toll who ha was talking to; Fii-
aio unu it ico woro inoro; l'rico was set
ting on tho wngon nnd was closer to him
than I was, didn't seo him aftor ho was
hit; I walked on; P-ico was still sotting
on tho wngon ; that is my distinct recol
lection ; l' t'Idla was with him.
STATEMENT OF MONROE STONE WITNESS
FOR THE l'EOPLE.
My business In 1870 was saw-milling;
had charge of Iho engines und sometimes
had cliargo of sawing nnd measuring
boards ; knew John Prico; went to Thobes
with him nnd seven or eight others, among
thorn John W. Prico, Fridle, McElvoj
Henderson, ar.u l don't know tho nam nf
'tho balance of them; wo wont toThobosin
the atlornoon, on mo unity road; it was
early spring-time in April; saw McElvoy
and somo others with him; thoy wero
playing enrds nt a table ; watched them a
few minutes; I loft thorn thoro; wont to
tho giocory; Prico's condition wus sober;
went lo Pool's grocery again ; wont in
Olln's grocery; McElvoy camo in and
asked tho prU'o of ono of thosu knivos, in
show caso heavy pocketknife, blade thrco
or four inches long; Hinsmnn said It
would do; nothing said to bring out such
n remark ; 1 was on my way then out of
town ; Price did not rldo on tho wagon I
was on, last tlmo saw Prico wns standing
by wagon ; did not seo any of tho diffi
culty that occurrod in saloon; Inst tlmo I
saw Prico wns between live und six ; next
time was aftor candlo-light, nt my door;
imw no difference In him; only had his
head tied up; sano onu culled him away;
he did not como in ; his Iioubo is just
norms tho strnot from minu , tho next tlmo
l suw him was at twelve o'clock at night,
nilellrlou man in bod; didn't know his
li lends; said once, If it hadn't been for
Charllo McFnll I wouldn't havo boen
killed: Ihoso woro tho last words ho said;
McFall forbid him riding in his wngon ;
don't know nny difficulty botweon Prico
and McFnll; staid with him from about
clovon Friday night till Tuesday morning
following nt four o'clock, when bo died;
staid with lilm most of tho tlmo; his con
dition wns dolirious; didn't tnlk nny; I
novor examined tho wound in his bond till
after ho was doud ; two physicians called ;
Dr. Lynch began to treat him with incdl
clno ; if ho had his reason ho ti'-vur
showed it aftor 1 first saw him Friday
night,- never bled nny of any account;
don't think ho bled any ; did not know if
thoro wns anything the matter with him ;
ft post mortum examination wns hold , Drs.
Glbbs und Itcnfrnw; inquest wns held
Cross examination, by Jujgo Allen.
I snw McElvoy playing cards, saw him
buyaknlfo; had bought ono from somo
porson: got homo low minutes beforo
dark; lived thrco miles from Thebes;
aftorwards Prico was at my door; about
80 cents ; saw no dlffercnco In him that
night, only that his head was tied up;
teemed natural ; a fctnnlo person camo
and hnstonod him away from my houso ;
only supposo it was his wlfo from the
volco; didn't sco; was busy sotting n
broken arm; heard him say, oh, It It
hadn't been for Charllo McFull I wouldn't
havo been killed; P-ico nnd McFall
scorned togot nlong woll enough; did not
know of any difficulty betwoen them till
aftor Prico's death ; twelve months ufter
his death Mrs. Prico und McFnll went off
together: saw Dr. Lynch there from.Com
morco; ho is a son-in-law of McPhoctcrs;
ho loft medic! no for Prico to tako; saw
him there but enco; saw Kanfrau thcro
Monday evening; deceased was hard to
keen in bed; wus not rational ; bo wasn't
in his senses nny of tho time; did not
call McElvoy's namo In my proaonco; did
not see Mcl'ttll again that night; was
standing by when tho post mortuin exam
ination wns mndo; snw tho gash in his
bend; saw a hole in his head ; nn Inden
tation in his forehead ; don't know whether
tho skull was broken or not; am no sur-
fcon; know of no difficulty between Mc
'all and Prico; know of no intimacy bc
tweon McFnll nnd Mrs. Price till a year
aftor tho death of Prico; ut tho tlmo of
tho death of Prico McFall had a wife.
At 0:30 court adjourned.
DR. J. WHITE.
AO A I. SAT THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL IN
CAIRO FOR A FEW WEEKS.
Dr. White lias advantages and exten
sive prasllco which large cities North
and South afford, nearly 40 years, which
warrant him in promising a cure, ofien'
of even thoso long despaired of. His prac
tice has been attended with a success
equalled by fow physicians, and no special
ist in the United States, in tho euro of
Khoumatics, Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis,
Laryncliytls, Asthma and diseases of tho
Throat, Lungs, Heart, Liver, Spine, St'om
ache, Bowels, Costivoncss, Dyspepsia
Scrofula, King's Evil, Whito Swelling,
all Sores, Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancers, Piles,
Fistula, in all Ihcir most aggravated stages,
Mcrcural and Hereditary taint, all radical
impurities of the blood, Jaundice, Discaso
of tho Eyes, Brain, Ooitcr (Big Neck)
Diseases of tho Kidnoys, Gravel, DIabctIr,
Dropsical Disease, all Fcmalo Ailments,
Weakness, Wasting nnd Nervous Affec
tions, Sick Hcadnchc, Depression of spir
its, Hypochondria, Hysterics, Fits or
Spasms etc. No suficrcr need fear for ono
moment tlut Dr. Whito will givo unduo
cncourngemcnl of euro for vtoncti! His
remedies nro known for their oxlruo'dina
ry vir;ucs, Jn all Iho Siaios bordering on
tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers, from
Pittsburg to Now Orleans. His letters
aud testimonials, free to all, had from cit
izens and officials of tho highest character
of theso Slates, will satisfy any sufftrrJ"or
their friends. Dr. J. White, may be con
sulted nt tho Commercial Hotel, for n fow
A Sad Stort. To thoso members of
tho conference now in session who feci in
clined to go off" to fur counterics and
preach tho gospel, wo would suggest u
pnuso, so that thoy may como to n full
appreciation of tho dangers that lio in tho
missionary's pathway. Among tho horri
ble cannibals no chickens roam expectant
of mastication by good arid truo minis tors,
but cannibalisli pcoplo do roam with teeth
that water for a mouthful of missionary.
Our duty us a groat religious journal re
quires us to givo tills warning, which may
bo impressed by tho following sad story
that has drawn tears to eyes all unused
to tho molting mood:
Amnng a enva; clan
Of ciinnllmlii-li people
A tniaalonnry man
Hot uji Ills muilert Mccrile.
Ami tlirierath "lay he would
l'iirup hla noble UImus ;
II tiM litem tu bo kqiI,
And bado diem lotn their neighbors,
Th enunlbalf, with nrln,
iv far to Ihciieii ho treated ;
They croxed llielrlawny slmix,
Ami on their liami were vateil.
And yet titer wcro notion!
That iiiUalonnry'H l.tliorx
Hn tniiKht them to hln coxt
TIib way (o love their nclRhliora.
1'or ono day, wher. at ptayer,
Tiioau cannibal they met him,
They caiiKht him tmawnrra
Thoy killed him nnd they ale him I
'I hey said (hey found him good
Ho'd practice.! what lm taught them
And now tuey tinderntood
Tho goodness ho had brought them.
And when they filled each nmw,
They UI, while thev deplored him,
"Thev loved him live and raw i
Hut roasted thoy ndoreil him I"
Fresh Oysters. I am now receiving
dally, tho celebrated 0. S. Maltby's II. and
M. brand of fresh oysters, which aro unri
valled, und for salo by tho can or caso on
tho most reasonnblo tonus, try them, al
ways warranted good and fresh.
tf Wm. Winter.
Lecture. Col. H. Glazo, formerly n
mombor of tho Southern Illinois Confor
cnco, now of St. Louis, will doliver a lcc
turo on "Catholicism, " in tho Presbyter
ian church, on Thursdoy afternoon, ut
half-past 2 o'clock.
For Kent. Flvo rooms over tho city
council chambor. Enqulro of Jacob G
Oysters. Louis Ilorbort hns nlwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Bock oys
"A good man leuveth an inhorltanco.'
Insuro your lifo in tho " Llfo Associa
tion of America." soptdlw
Go to Dr. McGattluy for ltattinger's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro tho chills.
The hotels uso Giliets extracts nnd
UiMiKT'a washing crystal makes wash
Ing easy. ag 13
Arrivals at the Principal Jiolelsycs'.erday.
rlio following woro tho nrrlvnls nt tlo
b Charlos hotol : S. F. McClay, Pnto
i into; Fred. Fulton, John Brown, H.
Bheu rtn , S. Williamson, P. Connanl, J.
n. Jo,ln'. Thomas Moran John
Ibrlon, Wm. D. Moore, S. S. Poster, John
Itubl, I Illy Bleaker, Capt. Kd. Gray, Will.
H. Coustor, 0. Sharp, steamer Legal Ten
der ; Mrs. Chamborlal.i, MI..T. Chamber
lain, Miss L. Chamberlain, Cincinnati' S.
L. Casoy, Casey vllle, Ky.; J. 0. Gill, Dor
chester, III., Wm, Gill, same; 11. Glar.c,
St. Louis ; T. W. Phillips, Litchfield, 111.;
8.3). Phillips, samo; J. A. Lockwood,
East St. Louis; W. A. Trozlcr, samo;
B. N. Bond, Grand Towor, 111.; A. Mct
culf, Edwnrdsvlllo, 111.; Bobl. Brashlcr,
Now York ; W. Dollalt, St. Louis, James
E. Ferguson, Mt. Vornon, III.; (J.T. Pace,
Tho following woro tho arrivals nt the
Dolmonlco hotel, Wm. Winter, proprie
tor, for tho twenty-four liours ending at
12 o'clock p.m., September 27th: Murray
Phillips, Now Madrid, Mo.; S. 8. Blco,
Colllnsville, Ills.; G. W. Evans. Odin.
Ills.; AVIIlls 0. ltoynolds, Mt. Enterprise.
Texas ; S. II. Poor, Dongoln, Ills.; Geoigo
Washington, Now York ; L.M. Bennett,
Memphis, Tenn.; Cins. Baldwin, Bland
vllle, Ky.; T. Booth. Mound Citv. Til. .
J.S. Tomllnfon, Woodville, Ky.;' H. 0.
dounson, uinndvillo. Kv.s Thomn.NnHl,.
Samuel B. Col,, Blandvlllo, Ky.; Uo. F.
jiursnau, uiandvillo, Ky. ; C. T. Bucon,
McCrnckcn county, Ky.; L. Lewis nnd
lady, Louisville, Ky.; . 11. Llndsley.
Tispllun, Ills.; B. N. Bond, Grand Towor,
ins.; A. . Molcair, Kdwnrdsville, Ills.;
Miss Louis Brlgsby, Greenville, Ky. ; J.
A.Broloskl, Missouri; II. Obcidoir, Mis
souri; Oswall Irving, L C. H. It.; -'. De
Bolt, St. Louis, Mo. G. A. Dc Bann,
Ullln, Ills.; Mrs. Volkcr nnd son, Ills.;
E. W. Mnslerscn, Cincinnati, O.; Ed.
Wilson, FairvIowLead Mines, Ills.; H. B.
HIll.Blchvlow, Ills.; J. J. Bllz.tatd, Dud
loy vllle, Ills.; J. A. Hampton, Illinois ;
S. A. Noise, Newport, III.: Wm. Murnhv.
Bay City; O. 8. Itidgoon, Md. City; Joe
Oottonham, Evansvillc; Jno. Corcoran,
Erlar's Point, 'Mississippi.
Ill.nOK ClITtAL KlH.SiC.,
Ak.' Olllee, Cairo, hept. , H.
Ho persons wishing to attend tho St.
Loulsifalr, to bo held at St. Louis from Oc
tober 2d to October 7, wo will tell excur
sion tickets to St. Louis nnd return for
Sale of tickets will commence, October
1st and discontinue October Cth. Tickols
good until October 10 (inclusive.) To
persons going with stock or articles for
exhibition we will istuo tickets on and af
ter September 27th.
James Johnson, Agent.
Notice. Chris. Anthes has opened his
new meat market in PnulSchuh's old drug
store, two doors below the post office
on Commercial avenue, anil invites all his
acquaintances ton triulof. his cut meats.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, A'c, Ac.
Also corned beef, pork nnd bucon. Hit
shop is kept in thu bust of style, and his
customers served with neatness and dis
patch. The proprietor, Mr. A nthes, him
self attends to the shop, and his custom
ers may always foci assured of fair nnd
honorable treatment, full tccight, and Iho
right change lack, whether thor send tlioir
children, or servants or attend market
PitiLLir IUunil is master of Ills trade,
and warrants all of his work to be of tlia
very best material and manufacture ; guar
antees a complete fit and entire satisfac
tion, Is not confined to nny'particular style,
but makes overy variety of boots and shoes
from the lieavicst cowhido to tho finest
French calf und morocco. Ho also keeps
a largo stock on hand,o hisomi manufac
lure, and nny ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Ohio levee, Culro. dtf
Eon Sale or Exchanoe for Cairo
Property. I have One Hundred and
Sixty acres of first-clnss unimproved
land In Johnson county, which I will sell
on reasonable terms, or exchange for Cairo
city propcrtv. P. H. Poi-E.
' Sleei'INO Booms For. Bent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National lUnk.
Just Beceived. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street betweon Commercial uvoniic
and Poplar 6treet, has just received anil in
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows nnd
Mariuaok Guide! Interesting' work
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
CO conts. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo, Sco Advertisement. tf
Wanted At tho Dolmonlco Hotel one
hundred wcokly boarders. Flvo meals
each day, prico $0 per week.
aug20tf W. Winter.
Cheapest and Best. Mrs. Whlt
comb's Syruy for children is sold by drug
gists for 'J5 conts n bottlo, and is an ndmir
ablo preparation for Infantilo disorders.
Those French Cherries, In syrup, so
popular with coinoiseur are sold by Jor
Go to Jorgensen's for Importod Dun
dee orange marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, la quarts, nnd
choice Genoeso figs. "
The best mcdiolno for chills and fever
is Dr. Battlngor's fovor drops. The best
medicine for biliousness, costlvcncss nnd
Impurity of tho blood is Dr. ltattinger's
vogotublo Liver Pills.
liit. Hacie'b Catarrh Bemedv. $&00
roword for an Inctirnblo case. Sold by
Druggist or by mail, CO conts. Pumphlot
frooi Address It. V. Pierce, 31, D., Buf
falo, N. Y. C83.
Boahdimq "houses uso Glllot's. B13
Steamer, Argonaut, St. Louis.
" H.M.Bhrovo, St. Louis.
I Mil Ml T.ul.
J. M. Kldlninr n,1.n T.I
" Columbia, Memphis,
.Ins. Flsk, Jr., Paducnh.
. i j j 1 1 1 jiuiiisuuii, j'.vansvn
it, i: unit, si. i.ouii.
Steamer, Glencoe, Now Orleans.
I Arirn.iiult. St. LouU.
" II. M. Shrovo, Vlcksbure
,1 T , T 1 .1
1UU, lUW vnunii.
11 Columbia, St. Louis.
" Jas.Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
T.m.nl Tnnrlar. fit T.ni,ta
" John Lumsdcn, Evansvl
Ji. r. wait, .Memphis.
II II M T..nn. V.. n-l-
m. u, ,,-i. iiui, viri
Ttin ni.trt t. . .1- 1 .
our Inst roport has fallen thrco
...lit. nr. i i .
nuu mtuuii inuiios on nacon roc
T...tt..m . 1. - nt.!- i. ..mi i . .
jiuuibvkiu tuu iruiu ii iimi ucciinin
M ift.la.tlllit t. .t,..J ...f--l I
In An Vnl ...111 n. t.. II .L
pie of other sticams nnd brg'n
nnvnp dlantmntffitA.t tf lli. ..
ii, ,.:.. .ii,. ..t. .i.
. . .i . . 'i' i. . . i .
Tho 11. M. Shrovo arrived early
placo of the Vlcksburg, pnekots.
ceivod considerable freight nnd
with n fair trip.
Tho Arconaut hrnni'ht nut.
Ilm 'r. ...... .l.' 1. .1.. r
- h.m i'ui.i . uuu iciuiiia lu u
with u bftrao of lumber in tow.
way out. ouu auuuu Bovcrai torn
Tim IvnllArvrv M, tiM l tit
I... a a I. f. i ...
her tow of baiges.
Tho Columbia, from Mcmnblf.
ThoJarnci Flsk. Jr.. brought
fair trip of frciirhtAiid Dasscniror.
rrt t i tn i i
or ni. uiuis. Mr. nnwnr. rinr
DCiio Jicrnpnis, mci iicr Here ana
A t'l T t- C 1. . ...tl t 1
w sji jjvjiiia. uuu mis. iiA ii iii inn
ti . 11 yr ...I.I- .1 t ..
...tit. tlltl- t
mi a 1 . iJe
ueau. one wus boiu vo Jiauame
t - ,it.i i
u y cutiiu iiivuua bum uiu aius. sutuu u
barguin atier tier nrrtval in tbo c
.1 .! f . I !.
IUU AJBMUl V4II1 JUiUatlll 4S) UULUU IUI
John Jonci, who hai been clerk
Illinois ilnco ho has been built,
i x.t . l.f .. . it .
LWUIIkU VUU 1(1 bUU J Vi Ike At. UU
..I..1 ! it. T i1 TI II A .
ftirninr In Hnhrrt Vnnl. fi
.i . v l Ti'tnr . .
nn iininipr .iat. ininiiiv u as r
tIUo for ncgligcnco and inattontio
dtiMM ta in us lor. una ior Ullintr
tiiv wiiii liiNi nif'LKiiift ritri'i vimi ru
. S . -.T.I . . . tt t I
... . ... ....... ... --
and property intruileu lo Ins caro.
Liio now law inn m lws tirat ic
master of n iteam vctscl, and
taken hi a samplo of what may
tiisM in ttn iiorcni'L in insir n
The John I.umsden arrived at
Tistit laii nonninf in i n rx iiniim
CI nnnnimH cnvnrn I hmin
plIoU reported but thirty inches
Miin nnu inn inruesi nassencer in
cludinc 35 ininlitcrs, who, came
... . . t t
nbhuiii. n.ii tuu....u .... ...
uct. ono was ueiaineu uy nuviug
UJJ W 4IIJjlfc. - " 1 -
1UUI HHU i liuio v
get out of tho river had to trim
Tho Gloncoo departed for Xew
til. Sdrt rnAti.rtn arm
of her cnrt;o licro.
i :ni.iiMiiiiH. nun
IbUS UVJ vjvisvs" -
UIU IllllllliVa ' ..-r..-
f i i i.. ii. winin nn vnr. nil
no other rcsidenco therein than
asylum havo legal right to roto
uuil ui mu vu"M' .
Is situated, slnco tho passago of
congress January 21, 1871.
....it it,., tnwnah n in WI11C11 1110
mi - t. ..Ill ilnnlinint nn(l II
. i . I i. ia.o .lion imir i
1'uriinnu uar. n .
uumiiiu wii v ' ' . ..
river mmi iui ij ji
donee In tins city mm .
Tuir Vr.w "Wilson. Smith J:
timcnp rnrnnr Luuiuietvi
r .in i nvaiiiii
Kiclith strcot, are soiling wm
Unuor-rocu oiiuinu ot"ii, --
I 1 maolllna In tho
. . ... f....i unpni
it 18 SOIU 4U CIIUIIJIUI ww "f
cuino. oouio ui nw i.w.v
pin I, ii ml for It aro as follows i
181. X 19 113 uuirtuiu, ..v.
costs as much to manufacture ai
Flrst-class Machines j but sells for
2d. For homming and felling it
. -! !.. ol.Mtllf.
3U. Tlllll It IS 1110 iiiiju "
4tli. It has less woarlng parts.
i it I
DWJ, XV ln nugruuvuu ,n ---- i
compound crnnka, or cog wheels.
fit. ti i. .iua-.i m a iitriinr run
vuiit nivuvun viiiinv w
Xkw Mkat Mahkbt. NMck Will
will onon Ills new mcai maruui. vim ,
. A 1. ( .
.. . . . .
lllS ut V..u vw... -
streets, whore lio will keep constant!
hand ull kinds of ,mont and tho very
In tho mnrkot. Ho will not pormit
butcher in tho city to excel lilni,
Knows HIS uusincss, mm eiirnuaiiy in
tho public to givo him n call at his
llKAUTiruil biscuit! follow Glllet'e
ing powder. gl8