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On and after (Sunday, . !'.. " follow
ing tiroe-UUr wHI g ' " me """' uep"-
me cf psiin;i-r trains m Oslroi
'vn..rfil)l .ln,da ll:p.m
jr-,,.filll,dlly - ruaon.m.
Eipress, daily, eicepl Sunday 3:30 p.m
Necliawreofcars fromCiiito to' 61. Louis. No
ehane afrara from Crdro lo Chicago. Klefant
Drawbar Itoom ileepinjf cara on niflht trams.
Passage checked to all' Important point.
QUldKEST ltOUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Lorn, Louisviu.1 Cincinnati, Ciii-
CAOO, NEW j'OMC, JJO.tTO.Vj
POINTS KAST AND WEST.
Paiietj.rer trains arrive at and leave Cairo ae Col.
i..,. ftt.'lu n.tn niao p.m.
D.rl.T IlilSp.m Si 13 p.m.
Doth iralos connect t CVntr.il I A with trnlnon tn
Ptna, Decatur, WoomlnKtcti, Kl Paso, I.a Salle,
JJendota, Freeport,flaltM, l'ubiique, and
JI luiuis in JIhnole,- Missouri, s
Minnesota, Aisconsin ami
Ion. And with
I.tnea running Ent and West for
Si. Louis, Hpinlirld, Louisville,
Cincinnut , lmtaa.ipolla, Columbus.
And t ChiraRO witli Mishlgati Central, Michigan
boulliern, inl Pittsburg, Fort Wayne
and Chicago llallroads tor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albanv, llmton, Philadelphia,
Viagra Falls, Erie, llutlalo,
."ew York, l-lttsbarfi, llaltlninre,
AND ALLUP01NTS. EAST.,,
For through tli-Vets ancf Information, apply to
Illinois Central Itallmad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
Ceneral Pasenser AKcnt, Chicago. . .
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. It.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1871, trams wll
run as iollowst
TRAiai ooixo KOtTlir.Aii.
Leave Virginia mo .m
" Sprinufteld - 9iO "
,. 3.00 "
.. 4:20 "
... t:17 "
ArriTt at 1'aun 1 1:1G m
TtAtlfl 001X0 HOITUWIir.
Lane Pan l;Uua,m .
" TaylorTille ..1:7 ' .,
Arrlro ataprlngfield...C;15 " .,
lave Spaiiigrlcid C:S5 "
Arrive at Virginia 8.2ft ' ..
5:35 p. m
. 4:26 "
raaixa ooi.to ioithiast.
Leave Edgewood 5:30a. m 10:10a.m.
" FJora....... 8:25 " 11:40 "
Arrive at Ubawncetown3:5.lp m 5:15 p.m
T1AIX1 001X0 fOaiMWIAT.
Leava Shawneetown J:45n.m' .........8:20p.m
" Flora 2:55 " 7:00'
Arrive at Wgewood 4.60 " . 8:20"
The 5.30 a in. train from Edgcwood, runa only
Monday, W.dnaadayaand Fndaya, and 8:45 a.m.
train from Shawneetown on Tuesdays, Thura
daya and baturdaya.
Co ipecta at Anhland with Jacksonville illvl.non
pf Chicago and Alton Itillroad, for Jackaonville,
Petersburg, MasonCity.nnd all tolntu west,
At Hprlngfijld. with Chicago nnd Alton, nnd
Tailedo, Wabash and Western Ilallroad, tnr
Uloomingtou, Chicago, and all points north.north
weit and weal.
At Pann with Ind. and Bl. I.nni. nml Itllnni.
Central Uailroad for All twlnts east, south and
,.M K'lgwood ith Chicjgo Kivlsion Illinois
AtFlora.with Ohio aid, MicslMlppi Ituilroad.
AtPhawneetoMn, with atojinboite for Cincin.
nati, Pa lucah, Cairo and Kt. Loins.
OUI.ANO SMITH, Oen'ISup't.
.biiix toojiTT.nen'l Fr'tttnnd Ticki-l Ag'i.
Cairo and Cape Girfirdeau
J. II. It.VY, .Vaster,
Will leavo Cairo for Cape filrardeatiovery Tues
day and FruLiy, at 8 o'clock, a.m.. and returning
will leave t'spe Olrardenn every YYeilneaday nnl
Uatmday Inoinlngi- at the same hour. For frelchi
and peiaage apply ou board. fseptiiir
CAIRO AND LUUISVILLE
Wee Vly Packet for Padueah. Evannville an4 Lou.
I.Vllle, tho favunU steamer,
-i j -i r i.
T. O. nVMAX.MBater.
I.eavea Cairo eVery ATUHKAV at ft o'clock p.m.
For freight or paua;e apply on board or to
JAW. I1IGUM, Au'l.
CAIhO AND I'ADUCAII
Tr.e aplendld ateaincr
Joe row ler, .Mail or.
eAe Ciro DAILY, (Sundays excepted) at 4
Q. lortrelKhtoi pa.sue ain.lj im tKiardoi
, "AS. IIHilis, AS t
CAIRO AND EVANSVIIiLK
r. H. 3IAII, I'ACKKT.
Tha la.t.rutininf, light diaujht mramer,
0U3 FOWLEH m.w...
Leavei Cairo EVERY fUNDAT and THUIWIHr
(inplaceofiteaiptr Idliwildl. ai i p.m U
. JAH. ItlflMH, Ait't.
PADUOAH AND KVANSNILLK,
(In place of the Atk.Bell-),
771 E HrLXXDID LIQ11T DKAI'CIIT ATEAUKR
LEE 1IUMEI.L, .Vnitt-r.
JAH. HlO.. Aa-'i.
-MRS. ANNA LANG,
It now receiving lautuui aorlnieut uf
Inll Millinery CJoo.ls,
Including Hata and 6hapa uf tu !.(,, M),
ItlhlierH, riowrrn nnd lHtlir.
Mrs. Laog will alio ahow customers the largest
To L found In the city.
Buucnuo xw phYmiko do.vk
RUOKU, UUDphleU, bri a.'
papers, Ut llata, uid nr
it- uriuiuic vyuu3icu lur. and pioroytlv and
sip - Illy xeeuUd.. in llw iuliet i b?tk foi,
A I" 1
MW AD ERTISEMENTS.
WILIIaViTaVmAK. XMIIIV HAVCMIISa.
IL1UMAN & IIAIENSTINB,
ENGINES AKU ARCHITECTS,
HroHs IllilMli'K. roriirr Lirieniu ntr.
ninl t'omiiifrcini mo toirn, iu.
imrr, for In lltalrinl isataullsiimenis, lor iimi,
f lono o.' Wooden Jlridtf's, Mr cnurcnes, ivouri
IIouiaiidoili.r Pulilic Jiullditit;. llutlnen and
DwIIIiik llonifj, Cottngo, etc. etc., Itirnlahtd
t unoit iioiicp. aep.Dii
MibllaheHl verjr momlnaj, Monilny
1,inl fl H..1iiili fnlli'llnttln'r'nf'i' nicdl.
' Ovttjr lunch, free to tho world, tit tho
St'. Nlcholii 'hotel thi morning, nt 10
Shrlvo'f celebrated 11 o'clock lunch
oyciten at Jorgenien i. tf
.Judgo Turner of Shawneetown, a lay
delcgnto to the conference, called on Wi
A line frco oyiter lunch will be
aprcnk at tho St. Nlcholoi hoUl laloon
tins morning, at 10 o'clook. .'
Tho city council meoU to-night. in
tilled joint icsslon. Conaldornblo bull
nosR will bo submitted to Its deliberations.
'Considerable Interest 1ms been taken
by tho publio in tbo murder caso now on
trial in the circuit court. The attornoys
arc making n big light over it,
Ofllccr Hobinson, yesterday nftornoon,
arrestod n young rascal, who Tittemptcd to
tip tho till of Leo Kleb's store-room. Tho
rascal is now in the caro and keeping of
Our friend Turnoy has retired from
tho columns of tho .Vim. He agrees with
tho "Preacher" or tho Old Testament.
"Vanity of Vanity," saith the Preacher;
" all is vanity."
A citizen of Cairo, a lojournor at Bur
llngton, Vermont, writes: "This is
land of beauty. Tho mountains and val
lor aro lovoly; but for a steady thing
giro me Cairo."
The "Odd-Fellows' Boneflcial Asso
ciation of Egypt" was organized last night
by tho election of tho following board of
trustees: Messrs. Safford, Vfoodward, Obor.
ly, Htocklletli, Konnie, Dross, Jas. S. Mor
ris, Black and Oitcrloh.
Two arrests wcro mado by tho police
yesterday. Ono of tho prisoners was lined
$00 and cost for vagrancy, and is now de
voting his time to tho honost labors de
volved by the ordinances on the chain
gang of the city.
The card of iiaunmn ic Hnucnstlnc,
civil and mechanical engineers and archi
tects, appears In our columns this morn
ing. These gentlemen are masters of their
profession, and may bo relied upon to
promptly attend to any orders for work in
their lino of business.
Mr. ThomM Nally, formerly of The
Isi'Ll.Kll.N, is in Kansas City, publishing
pneo current. His numuroui frieudi in
Cairo will bo pleased to loarn that hu it
nourishing like u green bay troo. Tom
carries his fortune in his own hands und
on always succeed whero energy und ad
dress will accomplish success.
Tho most popular shoe shop in town
is on 20th street' opposite the court house
hotel, whero "Win, Ehlers manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to.bo of tho best French calf, kin or
morocco, and which ho cuanraleos to cive
entire satisfaction. Call on him and vou
will know how it is yourself. jyCtf
Tho yellow fever has advanced upon
Csiro as far as Vickiburg. This terrible
diseaso has not, for many Years, nfllictod
tbli city , but as an ounco of prevention
is worth a pound of cum, our city authori
ties should put tho city in tho very best
minitary condition po'itlc, and should do
That Stirling democrat, Mr. Hriincr.
of Metropolis, is in the city, a luy dclcgato
to thu .Methodist Uonferenco. His fiiith
in Methodism and deu.ocrajy grown
trongoras ho grows older, and lie cannot,
f,,l- (I,,. IIC. ,.f t.t I
ii.u y, iii hi, uiiuersuinu wny any
good Methodist can bo a wandcror'in tho
tangled and dangerous howling wildur
ncss of modern Amcricaii-Mprtoniiin-Orantisin,
Peter Saup has openo J a bran now ovs-
tor sloon, 102 Commercial avenue, whero
ho Mill keep on hand constantly fresh
oysters, the largost and most delicious in
thocity.which ho wlll'sell tho by case, can
or uozen. l ho saloon has been flttod up
with tho exprosH view cf supplying
gontlcmeti and ladles with a placo where
they may enjoy a meal of these toothsome
bivalves quietly, without bolng disturbed
by the hustle and noises incidental to tho
cotnmonplaco restaurant oyster room.
If any person In this week of relig
ious walk and conversation, wishes honest
religious butter, as sweet as tho roses of the
valley, he should go to tho grocory storn
of JJixby & Koehlcr, and there ho will
find such butter. This dovout Arm also
have on Land coffee that would have mado
Paul happy if he could have had such to
drink while engaged in hii good work ;
and we hnvo no doubt that, if Potor could
navu taucu mo sugar of this firm,
he would never havo proved untrue. In
Bhort their grocorios have a Chrtstianle-
boJly UmC 81111 noul1 1,0 utd ly ovcry-
Miia KHcn I). Kamos, formerly of
. " ;r , T "avlnK taUn P 1,er resMonco
l Cairo, lt.f,,,,,,, e wo t,)nt jho s
slroua of giving hm, ,,,,, ,,, vnM. .,,,
Karnes come, among , ,lh MC0,,cl
.1.- .i... . lato session of
tho Northwestern Acadcm
y of Music, she
uui nmnnt lliri mmi ..-n.i . .
I , f. " iuc.ni it ,)luno
forto practice and vocu, Instructlgn, md
the conductors of tho academy unltu in
their tostlmony to hor thorrugh knowl.
odgoofinuHi. and her capability to teach
thy sanie. Mini Eameireiidcia thohouio
nl.i.VJ AND ePL'CIFICATlONHfor nil lirnnclm
I of l it. I KiiRiin-ermu and Archlli'dnrp, mcli
7i Mars forl'minlles, Districts or Corporations,
t a t ruiiMil.tlnna fnr Kti-.itn nnd W ftter
THE; CAIRO DAILY
formorlvoocunled bv Mr.G. H. Olmsload
whero aho will bo happy to rccclvo pupils
nnd give any information if required in re
gard to terms.
Tho preachers nro bolter looking men
than tho laymen.
A boautli'nl boquot decorated tho
table of the bishop yesterday morning.
At tho opening of tho conferonco
yostorday morning tho church building
Hoy. Houts has been a member of the
conference longor than any of bis broth
ron, but l not tho older In years.
Tho Kov. Mr. Hobinson, of Ccntrulla,
preached tho conforenco sermon yester
day. It was nblo and oloquont, and was
listened to by tho conferonco with marked
The laymen held an Informal meeting
yostorday aftornoon, but transactod no
bdstness. Aftor praying nnd singing thoy
adjourned to meet to-day, when two del
egates will bo elected to tho general con
ference tIio conference is composed of pass
ably good looking mon. A fow, howovcr
aro ns homely us mud fences, "Wo havo
no hesitation in saying that if these min
isters aro as holy as thoy aro ugly their
calling and election is sure
Brother King announced In confer
onco vestcrdav mornlnc that aomo brother
by mlstako had gobbled his Batchol, con
taining valuablo papers. Ho had no doubt
tho gobbling had been dono'in Ignorance,
but ho wonted his satchol.
Bishop Scott was ecrennded last night
AVo will publish In Tun "VVkkkit
Bulletin n full report of the proceedings
of tho conference now in session in this
city. Orders for copies left nt our count
ing room will receive prompt attention.
The proceedings attending tho de
livery of tho conferonco sermon yesterday
were very interesting. The sorvicos
opened with tho hymn "Jesus Paid it
All," which was sung with a will, the en
tire congregation rolling up a volume of
music with hearty good will.
Kev. Hughoy charges us with nn at
tempt to ruin tho salo of his bugle blast
against Catholicism. We announced tho
price to bo 25 cents, which was incorrect.
It is sold for SO cents and ain't dear at that
prlco. So tho roverned gcntloman's ad
The members of tho conferenco nre
evidently well-pleased with tho hospital
ity of their entertainers and when tho
subject is broached "speak out in meeting. '
They aro very wolcomo to all we Cairo
itcB havo. Our boundless hospitality has
chickens for them all.
Nearly nil the laymen in attendance
at tho conferenco are candidates for tho
dclcgateshlp to tho general confcrence,and
considerable wiro working is going on
undor tho bush. There nro also quite a
number of preachers candidates for dele
gate, but they tire not very demonstrative
in their efforts to securo votes.
Tho Presbyterian church was well
filled yesterday afternoon by prcachcrr)
and laymen, who listened with evident in
terest to Col. Glaze's phlllipic iigainst Ca
tholicism. The colonel read his lecture.
It contained very little original matter,
but much of thu Intcmperalo language of
abuse. Ho denounced tho Popef, through
all tho lino of apostolic succession, ns ras
cals and murderers, nnd declared, with em
phasis, that no zealous Catholic could bo n
good and true citizen of tho United Statts
government. Ho concluded by informing
his uudlcnco that ho was organizing nn
niiti-Catholic league, and would boplcassd
lo instruct all who wished to join tho cru
sade In tho secret work of tho organiza
tion. Tho colonel was followed by
tho Bov. Mr. Hughcy, a good off-hand
"knock 'Im down nnd sit 'im up nguin"
talker, who said ditto to tho colonel's
abuse and demanded that the people
should arousa and meet " tho anti-Christ,
his unliolincM, tho Pope," and put him
down. Theso gentlemen aro attempting
to ro-awaken tho old know-nothing mon
ster and muy succeed, but ho will again bo
laid low by tho ballots of tho peoply.
Catholicism has its much right to flourish in
this republic us Mctliudiim.and the clinrgo
thht no Catholic is a patriotic citizen is ns
foundatlouless ns tho "bottomless pit"
aooiii which nrotiier uugiiey talus so
much. Tho Cutholic church Is not n whit
moro of u political church than, is tho
Methodist, and, oven if It were, what do
Col, Glazo and Mr. Htighey propoa'o to do
about it?' Do thoy intond to use tho
sword or opprcsslvn legislation? If they
use either thoy will sot on cxnmplo that
will-vex them, for tho tlmo may ccmo
when tho Presbyterians or tho Baptists,
who bellovo Methodism to bo a grcnt evil,
shall denounce tbo Methodist church as
dantrerous, and demand its suppression
We bellovo Col. Glazo and Kev. liugney
could be better ongaged than in striving
to brine about a condition of affairs that
may result In bloodshed and anareiiy,
Catholicism, if it is wrong doctrlno. may
bo put down by using tho weapons tf
reason; and if it cannot bo thus destroyed
it deserves to itar.d.
A uit est KU. A woll-known cltlzon t
tills citv was n day, or two sincc.beforo one
of our city magistrates lor being UrunK
and disorderly. Ho was fined the usunl
amount $9 CO, After tho trial was over
ho might havo been heard soliloquizing,
tbusly : " Now, this is tho second tlmo
havo Ceon up before maglstrato for tho
satno ofl'enso. I might havo known it
if, I had gone to Alba's in tho first placo
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, doll
clous shaves that Alba is known to givo
to every ono who patronizes him, this
would not havo happened." Therefore,
roadcr, tako warning and always go to
Alba's harbor 6hop, Commercial avenue,
between BoYonth and Eighth streets, tf
Fiiehii Oystkiui. I am now receiving
dally, thecolobratod 0. S.Maltby's H. and
M. brund of frcsli oysters, which are unri
vallod. und for salo by the can or caso on
.,.- ... . .
mo most rcuBonaoio tonus, try mom, ui
ways wurrantuu noon aim tresl
.r -VAT.. 1
Oillici'i waibing crystal nukes wash
BULLETIN, PRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1871.
REPOllT OF HECOND DAY'S PHO
Conferenco mot yesterday morning nt
the appointed hour, and prayer mooting
of ono hour w.u conducted by Buv. 0. J
Tho Bishop then look tho chair nnd
called upon J. 11, Corrington to conduct
tho religious sorvlccs.
Thosocretnry cnlled tho roll and the
minutes of Wednesday's sossion were road
ltcvercnds James Mitohol, of Virginia
conferenco; A. D. Boll, of tho East Gonc
sco conferonco; L. B. Donnis; Joseph
Massor; Dr. Crooy, editor of tho Central
Christian Adcocatc, woro introduced to
THE THinD QUESTION
was taken up Who aro udmlttcd into full
David Caughlln, K. M. Gwinn, J. A.
Bainl, A. E. Harmon, Elijah Baugh, Geo.
AV. Glabc, Isaac 8. Armstrong, nnd Geo.
W. Fnrmor wcro colled forward. Tho
Bishop then proposed tho usual disciplin
arian questions and mado remarks to the
Tho commlttco reported on tho follow
ing probationers, their characters woro
pniscd and thoy ndmlttod into full con
nection and elected to doncon's ordors,viz:
Bobort M. Gwinn, who reported mis
sionary money collected, SCO j:
Jnmcs A. Bnlrd, who reported mission
ary money, $17 ;
Georgo W. Former, who reported inis-
alonary money, $C2.
Knthan E. Harmon, who reported mis
sionary money, $10;
Elijah Baugh, who reported missionary
Isaac S. Armstrong, who reported mis
sionary money, $2.70 ;
Gaorgo W. Geabo, who reported mis
sionary money, $3.20.
David Caughton, who reported 1.! mis
sionary money, was admitted to lull con
nection, but wns not elected to deacon's
Jas W. Cecil, who reported $11.00 mis
sionary monoy, wns taken up and his case
THE TIlAVELINU CONNECTION.
Tho following woro re-ndmittcd to tho
traveling connection :
Marcus L. King, from Mt. Erie Circuit
J. L. Johnson, from Mt. Vernon (Ct.)
Quarterly Conference ;
Jno. D. Boll, formerly u member of
East Goncsco Conforcnco;
A. L. Downey, from DeSoto Circuit
After n short recess tho conferenco as
sembled to .hear the conferenco sermon by
A. Kobinson, of Centrnliit, after which
tho bishop administered the sucrament of
the Lord's Supper.
ELECTION OK DELEGATES!.
Voted Unit election of the delegates to
tho general conforcnco bo fixed for this
morning at 10 o'clock.
J'ov. Casscdy, of St. Louis Conference,
Notices were given and conference nd-
We havo just received a largo stock
of heating stoves for cither coal or
wood or both, suitable for office, halls par
lors or dinin; rooms. H'c wilt duplicate
any Cincinnati, Ecansvillc or St. Louis
retail price list for either cooking or heat
inj stoves. Orders by mail will rcceivo
our prompt attention.
Beekwaut, Ortu & Co.,
No. 130 Commorciul avenue.
Harry Wnlkcr informs his friends and
tho publio generally, through tho columns
of The Bulletin, that ho has fitted up n
first-class restaurant in tho .front basement
of tho St. Nicholas hotcl,on Commorciul av
onuo. Game, fish, oysters, and every lux
ury of tho season will bo sorved to guests.
Tho best of wines nnd liquors will bo al
ways on hand, nnd tho finest cigars wait
ing to bo puffed awuy into fragrant smoko.
Menls will bo furnished nt uil hours, nnd
guests will receive polito and constntit at
tention. Harry is determined to mnko his
restaurant u success and n popular resort
for tlio leisure hour. lw
Illinois Ci ntsal Hailroad Co., 1
Agl.'B Otilco, Cilro, Bept. 20, 7l. J
To persons wishing to attend tho St.
Louis fair, to bo held at St. Louis from Oc
tober 2d to Octobor 7, wo will sell oxcur
eion tickets to St. Louis and return for
Salo of tickets will commonco Octobor
1st and discontinue Octobor Oth. Tickets
good until Octobor 10 (incluslvo.) lo
porsons going with stock or articles lor
exhibition wo will issue tickots on nnd af
ter Septembor 27th.
James Johnson, Agent.
Tho family grocory atoro of Blxby &
Koehlor ia being patronized largely by peo
plo who llko fine groceries. Thoir location'
nn the north sido ol J-.iKiitn street, be
tween Commercial and Washington uy
enues, is a central one, nnd thoir stock has
been solectcd with discrimination, thorc
foro this now candidate for public patron
age moots exactly the wants of tho poo
pfe. Messrs. Koohlor & Blxby propose to
keep up thoir reputation by always selling
tho best of till sorts oi groceries to uieir
patronri nnd tho public, knowing that peo
ple generally nro nwaro of tho fact thut
really good nrtlclos ol any ninu nro ui
ways tho chcapost In tho end. tf
dcslrablo front room to
ront with board, suitable. for two persons,
Also a fow alnclo gentlemen can bo nccom
moduted with board. Apply on Eighteenth
street, Commercial avctiuo nnd J'oplnr fc
Go to Jorgcnsen's for Imported Dun
oranzo marmalade, the celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
cUolca Gtnowo figi. tf
SUIIM1TTEI) TO THE M. E. CONFEnENCt:
NOW IN SESSION IN THIS CITY,
Ktlilor Cairo llullctin,
Sevcrul thuvloglcal innulrles having
boon propounded through TAc CWo Pa
per, and, ns this, no doubt, is n tm-st pro
pitious opportunity for nnxlaus Imnilrern.
during thu presence of so many learned
theologians In our city, will you lmvo tho
Kindness to publish tho following Intoito-
gutorlcs in your next Issues
1st. If God is n spirit (sco John c. 1
V. 24), n spirit not being of flesh nnd bone,
(sco Luko 21, 39), how did Ho oxhiblt a
portion of his body to tho man, Moses?
m. jiiis uou over boeii seen by man 7
In Collossnins (c. I. v. 16) God is said to
be invisible. In Exodua (e 33, v 20) Ood
declares "no mnn enn aco Mo nnd live."
Notwithstanding this positive declaration
It is recorded in Exodus (c. 33, v. 11) that
God apnko to Moses, faco to foco, as man
spoakcth to his friend; nnd, in tho aamo
book (c. IM, v. I' nnd 10), Mosos, Anron,
Nndal, Allhu, und seventy others, saw
3d. God bolng n spirit and having cre
ated us nftor his own likeness nnd in his
own imago (sco Ocn. 1 c. 27 v.) how is it
thnt wo are encumbered with n pcrlslinblo
body of flesh and bono?
1th. Is God chnngoblo and repentant?
In Numbors (c. 23, v. 19,) nnd in Malachi
c. 3, v. C) wo rend, " Ho changes not; nor
is Ho tho son of mnn that Ho should re
pent.'' But in Goncsls (c. 0, v. 0) Ho "re
pented" and "grlovcd soro at heart." In
Jeremiah (c. IB, v. 0) Ho ropontcd " Ho
is weary of repenting."
Cth. Is God omniscient? If so did He
not know thnt tnun would cat the forbid-
don fruit beforo Ho created him?
Gth. Did Christ como into tho world to
savo sinners ? If so, why nro nono but tho
elect saved? nnd why did Ho apeak to
tho peoplo in parable, "lest seeing they
should sec, nnd hearing they should un
derstand, repent nnd their sins should bo
forgiven thorn ?"
Inlhohopoof receiving " mornl light'
we respectfully submit these soveral inter
The hotels use Gilleta extiucts nnd
Beautiful biscuits follow Glllct'a bak
ing powder. at-13
Go to Dr. McGatiley for Kattinger's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure the chills
Those French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular with connolseur are sold by Jor-
Five rooms over tho city
Enqulro of Jacob G.
Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Bock oys
"A good mnn leuveth nn inheritance.'
Insure your life in tho " Life Associa
tion of America." scntdlw
Cheapest and Best. Mr?. Whit-
comb's Syruy for children is sold by drug
gists for 25 cents n bottle, und is un admir
able preparation for infantile disorders.
Wanted At tho Delmonico Hotel one
hundred weekly boarders. Fivo meals
ench day, prico JO per week.
aug29tf Wm. Winter.
Mahiuaok Guide. Interesting work
numorous engravings, 221 pages. Price
CO cunts. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis.
Mo. Sec Advertisement. tf
Just Received. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commorciul avenue
and Poplar street, has just received nnd in
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
Sleepino Booms for Bent. Ten
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
At City National Bank.
For Sale on Exchanoe for Cairo
Property. I hnvo One Hundred and
Sixty acrc3 of first-class unimproved
lnnd in Johnson county, which I will soil
on reasonable terms, or exchange for Cairo
city property. P. II. Pope.
The best medicine for chills and fever
is Dr. Rattlnger'H fever drops. The best
mcdicino for biliousness, costiveness nnd
impurity of tho blood is Dr. Rattingcr's
vcgctablo Liver Pills.
New Meat -Market. Nick Willioms
will open his new meat market this morn
ing nt tho corner of Poplar and Twentieth
streets, whero ho will keop constantly on
hand till kinds of meat nnd tho very best
in tho mnrkot. Ho will not permit any
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, and enrnoitly invites
tho public to givo him u call nt his now
The Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Eighth
stioct, is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Beor, Liquors of every
description, nnd aU kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
tho very best, nnd guests find in attend
nnco polito und accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread every day nt 10
o'clock a.m. uual7tf.
Mr. F. Rose has removed his tailoring
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial nvenuo. He koops on hand u
splendid assortment of piece goods which
ho will make up for his customers in a
mannor wwrrantod to suit. He employs
only the best workmen, and gives his
personal attention to the business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Call and too lilm. aug31m
PuiLLir IIauiih U imi.-ler of liU trade
nnd warrants all of his work to be of tho
very best material mid muiiufacturo; guar
antees a complete lit and entire satisfac
tion, Is not confined to any'particular style,
but makes ovory variety of boots und shoes
from tho heaviest cowhldo to tho finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
u lurgo stock on bund, of his own manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should cull on
liim at his shop on Eighth St.. south ldo,
near corner of Ohio levee, Culrc. Rf
t .Indite David .1. linker, presiding: .1, 1. M"
mV, 7' .!'ro.,c?!,,lnR attorney 1 J to. J Hur-
...... v.. . n n. ji. irvni, aiioriti, i
trial of jno. m'elvoy for the murder
r jno. w. piiiui:- pitofr.KDiNe.H v-1
1KIIDAV THE liriDENCK.
MARTIN FninLK-.wTi-NKS roll 'HIE PEO
PLE, . ?'; 'V1'"0, ' rl1" Frbllo: wna pros
eitit tho tlmo ol the .dime... ,u Thebes i
business was hauling lumW w th tw.
teams, I drove ono ana Orinrlui MeKiill
tho other; can't any positively whuthortho
tlmo of year was March or April; think
tho day of the difficulty wns Saturday,
first I sow of any troublo, ono culled tlio
other up to got his money back ; It wns In
n grocery atoro nnd saloon ; thoy had been
playing curds; this person (don't reniem
ber his namo) and Joo Kinsman! Joo
Kinsman nnd whole crowd took a drink ;
Joo had won $15.00 und wanted to treat
tho crowd; somo thrco or four drinks
passed between them; John got pretty full
and got pretty hot; directly the weights
woro missing from tho counter, nnd wcro
found in John's pockot; wo took them out ;
West Price win on my wagon; heard tho
gloss crack, and J'rlco said, 1 nm killed;
Joo Kinsman, Henry Henderson and ono
other man went homo with mo; Prico
with mo hi my wagon ; ho complained of
feeling sort ol sick; wo drovo on as fast as
our mules would walk ; tho wagon got un
coupled nnd wo all got off; Prico said ho
was too sick to rido any moro; Henderson
und Jvlnsmnn led him, with ono other
man ; I boarded at that time with Wust
Prico; when wo got homo helped put
Price to bed und then unhitched tho inule;
nil I heard him say was that he win vurv
slckjuo ono with him after ha got home;!
staid there tho biggest portion of thu tlmo
till ho died ; my team went to Thebes
twlco for tho doctor; he died Tuesday
morning; no ono'Jnju'od him up to tho
tlmo of Ills death ; Dr. Renfrew was there;
went for nnotlior doctor, but ho wouidu t
como; there wuro two doctors tlioro at the
tlmo of his death.
Cross examination by Judi;o Allen.
Haven't talked with any of tho witneiics
or any ono else but tho ntlorney; suid
nothing nbout what the other witnessos
said ; John nnd 1 nover had any quarrel ; I
never said unvthlng but that I was
ublo to jiay for his coat; 1 did not hear
coat crack, but am ablo to puv for it;
John hud u knife in his hnnd , it looked
like u dirk; this was twenty minutes be
fore tho glass was thrown ; nm sure ho
had tho knife thon. I had started home,
and Prico was on tho wugon ; I wns not
looking at McElvoy when ho threw tho
glass; my face was towards tho cast, and
my back towards tho river; my team was
moving when tho glafs wns thrown; Prlco
wns tho only ono in tho wagon, vus about
iu tho centre ; his faco wns towards the
west ; I saw .McElvoy run ; ho ran south
and jumped it ditch; the hit didn't knte'e
Price oil tho wagon; Joe Kinsman and
Henderson were present; couldn t say
whether Miller was there did not aco
him. Ho (Prico) eat In the wagon; ho
said, "I am killed." McElvoy did not
como up; hu had it six footer that did
come up, und say ho " wouldn't havo hit
him for $1,000, " nnd told Prlco to go to
tho drug store nnd ho would pay for It ;
I didn't keep count of tho drinks'l took ;
after I takoa fow, nover keep count; my
mind Is cldur when thuro is anything of
Importance going on; don't recollect
when there is anything to pay; 1 had n
knife; never bad a knife in my hnnd
when I was quarrelling with John ; the
wagon was going when glass wa.s thrown ,
drovo about onc hundrod yards, and tied
mules nt corner, by Pools store; don't
know Jumcs L. Harris by name; might
know him, but don't know -, Prico never
got off tin wagon till I got him oil'; I
drovo thu mules; had two mules; mo
Joo Kinsmun, Henderson nnd unother
mail can't recall ills name were all Unit
was on my wugon; .McFulls' wagon uont
first; dldntfoo nuytliing of his wnon;
Jeff. -Miller wasn't on my wagon; didn't
toe him; Prico dld't rido" all the way; ho
got oil' between Millers nnd Wilson's
place; had gone two nnd three-quarter
miles; hu didn't complain; heard him
grunt; Kinsman hnd bis arm broke;
Clark wasn't on tho wagon;
know him, ho lives at Thebes;
urn suro John Clark wns on thu wgon; left
Price at his own house; did not complain
much only grunted right smart; left him
at his house about 7 o'clock; his wife was
in-lho house; did not pay any attention lo
whether any ono else was in the house , I
did not sco the glu's strike him; heard it
crack ; never saw tho glass,
Cross oxatninod by State's Attorney :
Didn't pay much attention to who was
in tho wngon or about it; tho. broken arm
and this other affair took up my attention ;
don't know who tho tall six-footer was,
Unit spoke for .John McElvoy; J hud West
Prlco nround tho waist taking him to drug
store: never saw McElvoy niter I iaw him
then; tho dottor nnd druggist together
tied up his head; tho doctor was u red
headed fellow -Dr. Gibbs 1 think; head
was tied up under tho doctor's suporintoii
denco; know tho doctor when I eo him.
CALVIN ADAMS WlT.VEM l'ORTHE PEOPLE.
Live in Alexnnder Co.,nenr Thebes, 111.;
recollect something about n dilllculty
that occurred it year ago last spring
in Thebes; was passing when I taw
o glass thrown at Prico; saw McElvoy
como out of Hodges' groco'y; ho walked
up prutty closo to thu crowd nnd throw n
L'lnss : he said after tho uluss was thrown
that it was thrown at Fridlo; was sorry if
ho hud killed Prlco; I Knew 1'rlcc; didn t
know Fridlo ; -McElvoy got pretty closo
and threw tho gluts pretty hard ; buw tho
glass und wont nnd picked up tlio glass
after they wcro gone; it was n bar glass
with a thick bottom.
Cross examination by Judgo Allen.
Wus rniscd in Aluxumler county, 4J
miles from Thebes; this is my llret iipiioar
nnco in court; never snw n grand jury;
this dilllculty occurred on Satuiduy uvon
ing ; saw tho glass thrown ; Prlco was
standing near tho wagori ; don't suppose
ho was ovor ton feet from -McElvoy ; didn't
know uny of tho crowd but Price; know
McElvoy; It was tho second time I had
scon him ; saw a man they told mo was
Fridlo; wagon was standing whun tho
glass was thrown ; after it was thrown,
heard McElvoy say ho was sorry ho hurt
Prlco, nnd if ho hud hit Fridlo ho would
bo glad of It; bellovo Prlco
was standing; ull hud been
standing a low minutes; didn't see
him to go for tlio doctor ; all went together
beforo 1 Blurted ; 1 wont down tho street
n pleco und laid tho glass down in tho
Cross-examined by attorney.
McElvoy said if ho hnd hit Frldel
ho would havo been glad of it. That is
tho best of my recollection.
HENRY HENDERSON, WITNESS FOR TUB
My name Is Henry Henderson ; nm
slightly ncqunlnted wlt'h McElvoy; saw
McElvoy throw tho glius; think it wai at
Fridel; throw in the direction of Fridol,
Price wns on the wagon near tho front end
nnd was in the sumo range with Fridlo;
tho glass hit Price ; it hit him in the head;
on tlio forehead between the eyes ; tho cut
place was not thoro boforo tho glass was
thrown; noticed in u short tinio; wont
for n doctor nnd curried him homo ; fever il
went homo with hini.tn Mol'heetors'board
Ing house; soparatod from Prlco near his
house; don't recollect whothor I wont to
tho houso or not ; Prlco complained some,
don't recollect what tho complaints woro:
only said ho fult too tick
to ride; complained u little
nil tho why; taw him bleeding from tho
nose; bib head wns tlud up.
Cross-eiAiulucd by Judge Allen.
I wont homo with him ; wo walked j
oi mo wny; no was ablo to walk; iliu
give him any usslstanco; nm not f 1
whether 1 wont to tho door; I saw 1
next day j did not sco him any moro t
tiliiht: tlinro was tu l'ilng unn.iUrnl
slrntiiioln his nppcuruiice -. Prlco wins
ting under wim.ti, Milivoy was
nt feel back 1mm tho wngon ; wndii
fiiuple'l I'" hfiiil Ixleon f.iot liimbi r, ch
know that his f'teo was towards McElv.
Ki -wiiii fudng .MiElvnvt I was cl
by ! th" ti'iio Mi I-. voy thrw; Fn
was atiigif-ring nround ; wagon was stn
lug till when glass wns thrown, inn e
of it ; saw Prlco get nil tho wagon af
ho was hit; ho got off alone ; don't kfi
who started with him to tho drug-sto
McElvoy started off, I think ahi
of him. Vndle. Jeff. Mlllor. Kl'
mnn nnd Prlco rodo togoth
think Mr. Clark rodo aomo; don't rc
loci whether Clark rode all the way
nn. ainns witness for the prop.
My nnmo Is Gibbs; ray full name U
Judgo Allen objected lo witness tee
fylng, tho namo of witness not bolng '
scribed on tho Indictment. The na
on tho indictment wns "Dock Gibbs."
"T " ' -" 'vii io VlVU'e HO Ui
1 nm soinolitni'a pnlluil TWlnr m
times " Gibbs " nnd nt othor times "Doc
Tho State's Attornoy objected to Jut
Allen questioning tho right of Dr. Oil
us it witness.
Judgo Allen's objection wns ovorrti
nml tho witness examined.
I nm n physician; nm n grnduato
Until Mndlfiil f',llnn.n r.h...... I..
tiriipl moil iinrn lMr.H irnntv .l.l.n
. : . o i . i
J'rlco, examiiiod his wound ( Dr. Renfr
was nrusui.t. u iiihuu uu eiaininni
together; had no instruments to rank'
thorough examination; did not oxami
the bruin; wo mcroly oxnmincd tho ext
mil portion of thu skull, and tho locati
of tho wound between theovesor furchc
tho fracture npponrcd to havo been p
duccd by n blow from some blunt insl
....... . 1. I l...llr .L.i .1. . i i
his death ; did not sco any othor cause I
his death; did not attend to him duri
his sickness; can't toll what day of i
wcck it was; j. urcsieu his wounds on -
day ho was hurt; tho wound wo dres
wns the aamo ono wo inspected uttho v
mortem examination; wound was a lit
wound ; tho instrument must hnvecorm
obliauo direction and wounded the in
towards the right ; ho was bleeding set
uross examineu by juutio Alien:
Havo not bad much experience In s'
gcry; saw .nr. rnco una dressed I
wound; ho walked In mytfftco; Fri
was with him; no ono else: the cut v
uiuui ml iuuii in ii;iiiiij,uij iiuu uowil , u
thu nrobo and found nofracturn: u-mh
. . I i . :.. i . l. .. i i
the wound; after his death hold post m,
tern examination with Dr. Renfrnw; l'ri
was n largo mati,about -15 years old I shot
think; didn't appear to be n very tc
man ; hud n slight acquaintance wi.h hit
tho wound wns a clean fracture, about
Inr-h In Inm.tti.
Hero followed a discussion on tho am
omy of tho head, after which tcitimiu
for the defenso was heard. J
MR. PERRY- WITNESS FOR THE DETEN
Jl V 1.1 lib IJUIIIV V) IIIIVV till'
irnin I neni- ; uvea iihto since uo; i;n'
where McPhee'.ci'a mills is; nm acquaint)
wi.h John Clark; heard of tho dlfliculf
. ... . . ,r,t-ll
wnero i rice got struck ; was not in incr
ll.nl iliir! anw llin uni'on driven hv Krid
:.. .: . Y- i. .. "..! t.r.. .i.i
pass my iiouiu nun uvuiiuil; . .luuu vii.
was not on ti.o wagon when it parsed n
house; I saw Clark u fuw minutes afti
wards ; he was drunk ; ork wns with hi
OIlAT HANEY WITNESS FOR DEFENDA.v
J llvo four miles cast of Thebes ; ha
lived there thrco years: was not prce
when Price got hurt; heard of it Sundt
morning; wns somowhnl n-qtmliitcd wi'
John Trice; saw him nt his homo lie
MtPhucter'a mill on Sunday tnornint
s.-tl'l ho did not feel mil''
!io appeared to be liimseK; il was nbo.
ten o clock Sunday morning ; Jacob Lig
nnd Mrs. Price wcro tlioro : Prlco was i
tho bed when I first went In; he got u
Cross-oxamlnod by.Sta'os Attornoy
pain, oiiiv in iiiu iiupi-
I went in mono ami 6taiu about t
minutes; Price said tho glass was throw
at Fridlo and hit nun.
At 11.15 court adjourned to meet n
,t ' ri r i fi m l s-"jiirv uh rnnnii. wiiti
. j it . .1tJ t.
.Til i Its-a A 1 If, ti nt.it ii ml htntfil thnt (lift ill
tonco noma Hero roit iiioir cfiic.
Tun New HiLboK. Smith & Brink
ll.UU., X. V... ...... . ....
-r. " " ' o
mi....... ct.nAi orn sni.tnrr i n i i. iw
Under-Feed Shultlo Sewing Machine, th
host nml chenncst machine in tho wori'J
Jl is seiu Jiu cncaper muii uny uiner mi
chine. Some of the many advantage
claimed for it aro us follows :
1st. It is as durable, well finished, one
First-class .Machines; but sells for soint
.1.1 !.'. 1in,..,nttii. ntid Tallin. If Is tin
3d. That it is the simplest shuttle ma.
chlno made. ;
III. It l.n. Inn u.A,,.Li. l.n.1. I
5th. It has no grooved cams, tall joints,
compound cranks, or cog wheels.
lit ii ii 1 3 nn nsnnii in n iipiap ranrrn sir
won:, wiiuotii ciiaiigc, man uny oiuor ma
Notice. Chris. Anthes has opened his
new incut mnrkot in l'uui bciniirs oiu drug,
storo, two doors below tho post officii
on Commercial avenue, nnd invites all liU
uciiutiliitnnccs to a trial of his cut meats. (
Ifeef, pork, veal, mutton, sausage, &c, &c.
Also corned beef, pork and bacon. Hill
shop Is kept in tho best of stylo, and his
customers served with neatnoss and dis-i
patch, i ho proprietor, Mr. Anthes, him- (
self attouds to tho shop, and his custom-
nra ninv filwiivs fiil nsfitirpd nf fiitr nml
honorable treatment. ii( wewht. nnd tho
right change bach, whether thoy sond thoir
children, or servants or attend market
Kkliaiilk and Safe. Dr. Honry Root
and Plant Pills nro mild nnd pleasant in
thoir operation, yot throrough, producing
no nausoa or griping. Being entirely
vegotuuic, nicy cun oo lUKcn witnout ro-
hausling or debilitating tuo system.
Il 1 ...Ill 1... ...!.l! ...1 li-f.
...... la i. I.i.v I . n I 1 . .1 .KI.I. 1 1
"r . '. bb""
oih ill mcuicinoovery wnero. 0;""'
tho (trafion .Medlclno company, Sty
EsriiAY Notice $10 Rewak
cd from tho subscriber, on tho 3
last, u largo roan cow. She v
nbout 1,100 ptiiinds nt tho ti
missed. Tlioro nro no spec!
hor excopt that her bag
1 will pay ten dollars n
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UUII VI II1U IIUUVU Uef.Lf. n . . . .
, " . jjlper" Patent Grate liar,
BUWjl .Ml IIIU IU UUI ljW
Polilurstreutii. Cairo. KMSIlU. PUKPOSKS,
fieplOtf NATI, OHIO.