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THE DAILY. CAIRO KULLETiN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 184.
A Railroad Train Runs Into a Land
Slide With Fatal and Dis
The Locomotive Ixplodea With Terrifio
.Force, Throwing the Engineer and
Fireman Four Hundred Feet.
Six Passengers and the Colored Porter
Killed, and Many Wounded Wires
Down and Particulars Wanting.
Alliance, O., March 20. The Chicago
Limited Express over the rittsburjrji,
Fort Wayne & Chicago Koad ran into a
land-slide sixteen miles cast of this point
at five o'clock Ibis morning, throwing the
train from the track amltlown an embank
ment. The engine exploded, blowing the
engineer and fireman 400 feet. The col
ored porter was killed. Six passengers
reported killed. The wires are down. A
number are reported wounded ; none seri
ously. Engineer James Richards and
Fireman Charles Rhoads were killed.
Following Is a list of the wounded.
J. II. Mcknight, of Fort Shaw, Mont.;
J. B. VJcks. New York: hand cut.
William Fuller, Chicago; nose and face
II. J. Pong-las, Fort Yates, Dakota;
Richu-d Arter, porter: ecalp wound.
R. Brunswick : tyc and hand cut.
C, Ji. Iteistl: left leg und nose I roken.
Henry Ouudis; hack injured aud seal'
1). (;. NeweoniL, Atchison, Kas.: buck
The others, whosi' numes could not tie
teamed, were more or lens- severely
wounded, including the bruLenian and
conductor. The track was torn up lvr I'JO
Rolled Over Throe Timi,.
BYiaot'Hi;, J. T., Mureii 'Jii.A mixed
train on tin: Utica, Ithicu t Rimiru load
ran of! tin track iieurl'orrj-vilU thisiu:ni
iiig. A pusneiijrt'T ciach roIinl o t r three
times, landing upsioe clown tcainst 6 tree.
A half dozen persons were it j tired &o
Z.otxbisUj Ex.Urtici.fi and I"rtly Ex
rrMtd iy An Ex-SiUoon Keeper.
Chicago, 111., March i'0. The Suloon
K.vjr' Frottttive Association met Tuts
fihT ii'.tr&oon at No. 100 Ilandolph street.
OwiLg to the absence of the Secretary,
who was attending Alderman Foley's ob
sequies, one of the members got on his
feet and gald that as they had nothing else
to do, they might as well talk about the
burning question of the day. There had
been a meeting at the West-side Turner
Hall a few days ago, at which
nothing but "squabbling" had been
done. Mr. King was called upon to speak
by several voices, but he declined, on the
ground that he was no longer in the
liquor trade. Whereupon Mr. Spence
sprang up and insisted that Mr. King
should speak, because he was a man of
gocjd Ideas, which he ought not to keep
bottled up. Thus solicited, Mr. King,
like Feter, opened his mouth, to the fol
lowing effect : As. a private citizen, lie
was opposed to the violation of the law,
although he could not understand how
the Harper bill had been passed. If the
saloon-keepers had done their duty, such
a bill would never have become a
law. 15ut for all that, Irish--Americans
and Germans, who con
stituted the two nationalities
principally engaged in the liquor trade,
should not violate the laws of their adopt
ed country ; It was especially wrong for
aliens to do so. As matters now stood,
he was going to support the Harper law.
( He had not spoken at the last meeting,
because so many appeared to be prepared
to violate the law. lie would favor a
6500 license all round. Saloon-keepers
had no right, as a class, to violate any
law any more than had any other class.
Were he an alderman he would vote for a
$500 license. fApplause.l Their reme
dy lay in the future, when they should
elect a Legislature favorable to their in
terests. 3 Mr. Spence spoke next, saying that he
was In favor of a ?300 license all round.
Mr. August Timm, who was next called
upon, explained to Mr. King that the rea
son that the Harper bill had passed was
that the saloon-koepers had not elected
enough Democrats to the Legislature.
The Harper bill had only been passed
through the treachery of members who,
promising to vote against it, had been
bribed by money or by ollice to indorse it.
It was said that the law should be obeyed.
Why should it be obeyed and enforced
any more than others now on Hit: statute
book? he asked, lie instanced the law oil
closing saloons on Sunday as an example,
that was violated. Why should therefore
the clauses of the Harper bill be obeyed!
' Another speaker protested against' the
meeting favoring a 5j0 license. They
should stand by what they had deter,
mined upon, and not be continually chang
ing their principles. After some further
discussion the meeting adjourned.
Mewing ot the Gencral convention In
tt. Louis To-Day.
St. Lons, Mo., March 20. The visit
ing insurance men, who are In conven
tIonfLdcil,were entertained last
evening by a pkaWlll T Uon at the
residence of Mr MarUu Collins, 3517
Fine street. Ihis morning, nt ten
O'clock, the members of the l i,JU ,,.,
again in the parlor of the hotel. The
meeting is held with closed u,ors
and the proceedings ure kept a
profound secret. This is a ml..
mways followed by the Uuion
In their meetings. As a member said, this
was a meeting merely for the purpo-e of
discussing the general interests of the in
surance business and of deciding upon a
general plan of policy to be followed by
the companies. It is like a lodge meeting
In which we discuss our business from
our standpoint, and, as a matter of course,
It would be unadvisablc to make the pro
ceedings public. The people seem to re
gard us as plotters conspiring against the
peace and rulet of the country, simply be-
nusc we do our talking In private, as any
similar organization would do.
Mr. Martin Collins, of this cllv, who
was met by a reporter as he was going to
the meeting, said: "1 want to correct an
impression which seems to have been
given the public that this meeting has
been called for the purpose of legislating
against St. Louis. On behalf of my fel
low insurance men who are here I want to
say that they and the Union have nothing
against St. Louis and are most friendly
to It. We do not legislate against any
one place, but for all. Whatever wo do
in that way will be general In its nature,
and will upplv to all cities. Ills a purely
business matter. When we consider
rates, we do so
Jl SI AS A MA jl'KACTl'KKU
does, on the basis of profit ;tuat Is, what
rates can we give and save the companies
from loss. I want it distinctly understood
that there is no hostility whatever to St.
Louis or St. Louis interests among the
members of the I'nlon, and that she will
be treated as all other cities are treat
ed." "Will there be any special action with
regard to St. Louis rates?"
"1 cannot say positively what will be
done; nolliing'has as yet been done and
I think it probable that nothing will be
done, though there may be a discussion
concerning St. Louis business as well as
other Insurance business."
Mr. Harding, of Springfield, Mass., who
was standing near, said that he had not
even given the subject any consideration,
although it was known that St. Louis had
been unfortunate in losses by fire, and of
course the risks were considered bad in
proportion.but as to there being any inten
tion to discriminate against St. Louis,
that was all bosh.
Washington, 1). C, March 20.
Colonel George l'.liss, of New York, was
heard by the Springer committee this
mornins. He said it was represented
that Mr. John A. Walsh was able to
testify as to the payments of money made
to L'rady. F.ut I could not help regarding
Walsh as a co-conspirator, and stated
that I was unwilling to go on unless
Wilsh u. made one of the parties to be
Indicted. 1 did not want to rest the
menu of the case at the mercy of one
witness, who was evidently guilty of con
spiracy and liable to slip away at any time.
Walsh vias called upon as a witness soon
after ihe cciifereuce. A statement was
read to Lira drawn by Gibson. It was
iiiUudei to be the basis of Walsh's testi
mony. Walsh said he couldn't so swear.
Wit lies told Walsh he should be Indicted
with the others on the Frescott & Santa
IV load, involving General lirady. The
failure was succeeded with preliminaries
-in the l'ulice Court. Witness attributed
the opinions rendered by Colonel Cook to
Witness said he considered the lirady
case a very weak one. Dorsey's case was
exceptionally strong. Gibson was not lo
cally entitled to pay; was not an attorney,
although about twenty years ago he was
admitted to the bar. He don't regard
Cook as entitled to pay, the indictment
he drew up being faulty and worthless.
1'OISON El CANDY CASE.
Eaton's Brother Taking Depositions in
Mexico, Mo., March 20. George S.
Eaton's brother, an attorney, is in Car
rollton to-day taking depositions in the
celebrated Murphy-Eaton poisoned candy
case in Fort Worth, Texas. He will, it is
said, be here for the same purpose1 to
night. Eaton has decided to settle the
controversy in the courlsof Texas. Miss
Fannie Murphy was formerly a well
known resident of this city.
"JMtKKNsi' J1 TCJIMAX."
Returned to the Prison Where He Had
Spent Fifty Years of His Life, to Die.
Fiiii.ADKi.vniA, Fa., March 20. Charles
Langheimer, widely known as "Dickens'
Dutchman," died recently, and his death
was made known to-day. He died in the
Penitentiary, and was quietly burled in
potter's field, after serving fifty of his
seventy-live years of life in a convict's
cell. He was not a prisoner at the time
of his death, but was allowed to return
and die in prison, which lie looked upon
as his home.
Rival Interests Accelerate a Railroad
Minneapolis, Minn., March 20. The
Evening JouewiVs llrainerd special says:
"A meeting of the prominent business
men of Urainerd was held last night to
project a railroad from Brainerd to Mllle
Lacs Lake. The plan is to co-operate
with the enterprise of the State road
from Leech Lake to Mille Lacs via
Brainerd, now building, using the same
right of way from here to the Lake, and
if possible, joining with the St. Paul,
Brainerd & Grand Forks system. The
movement Is hastened by the discovery
that a St. Louis syndicate, uuder the
management of B. Gratz Brown, has
secured a right of way for the same pur
pose." Closed Their Business.
HAitTFOitD, Conn., March 20. The
linn of Piitnuni, Earlc & Company,
bankers and brokers, owing to the alleged
defalcation of William G. Morgan, has
been dissolved and their business here
discontinued. A hearing of Morgan's
case has been delayed on account of his
An Enterprising Eascal.
Waksaw, Mo., March 20. Thomas
Gillolly was tried before Mayor Smith for
indecently exposing his person to a little
girl, .lead guilty and was lined. Imme
diately afterward he robbed a saloon of
120 and escaped.
Pound Dead in His Bed.
Rock Isi.ano, lix., March 10. Ex-Al-derman
Barber of this city was found
dead in his bed this morning In Wilton,
Iowa. His remains will arrive here this
evening for burial.
Santa Fk, N. M.. March 20. A Hllls-
boro special saysi Thomas Emmet, a
miner, committed suicide last night by
shoot inir; cause, drink, lie was an
Lnglishman, and came hero a year ago
from M. Eonls.
Bird Pleads Ouilly.
IiKi.i.KVii.i.K, I March 20. S. C.
Bird, the notorious robber, plead guilty
to the charge of conspiracy to rob and
murder, and was sentenced to three
months imprisonment. Tho lightest sen
tencc under the law on eonvletlou Is
three J cars.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
To-night Ticavitt's Minstreii at the
A man with fits attracted some atten
tion ou Ohio levee yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lerucn, of Dixon
Springs, are in tho city visiting the faiuly
of Mr. Burnett.
Pure white Leghorn eggs, 13 for oue
dollar. E. A. Huunett.
A company of gypsies cams up on tne
steamer Ci'y af Cairo yesterday. Like the
birds of the uir they are following tho sea
gods. Oo early this morning and secure your
Beats for the Minstrels to-night.
A negress named Kate Fisher died
yesterday. Probably no ono regrets her
death more than Justice Robinson, for site
WA3 one of his best, cash customers.
Lot misses kid shoes, slightly Boiled,
worth $2.50 per pair, will soil for 75c.
2t IIaythoun & Sloo
Tho water is again creeping slowly
from the rising river along the gutters of
the principal thoroughfares of Paducah.
Boat builders are more numerous and busy
than ever; milkmen arc also happy.
The best combination of talent ever
seen in Cairo, Leavitt's Gigantic Minstrels
Mr. II. C. DePew expects to leave
again to-day for Arizona and Southern
California, where he expects to remain un
til summer tairly sets in here. Ilia family
will remain here for a while, but will prob
ably remove to Chicago in a few weeks.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Kiee. tf
Mr. Win. Butler Duncan, wife and
daughter, Mr, A. T. Stevens, of New Or
leans, and Mr. Alminic Pjet, of England,
were guests at Tho Ilalliduy yesterday, as
was also Mr. Q. Jordan, of Mobile, Gen
eral Manager of the Mobile & Olnolliil
road. Full standard prints 5c per yard, at
2t Haythorn & Sloo's.
A flour barrel full of wheat was found
in the house of Louis Meadows, one of the
negroes upder arrest for stealing grain
from Wabash cars. Meadows says the wheat
was "sweepings" from the warehouses but
the appearance of tho wheat gives Meadows
the he, point blank.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. GiUstino & Roscnwater
Constable Shcohan yesterday arrested
a white man named Joseph Nesbit, on the
steamer Ohio, upon the charge of forging
the name of E. P. Irvin to a draft of some
kind for $2,000 and drawing the money
upon it. Both men were from Arkansas.
Irvin had tracked Nesbit here and the ofli
ccr turned the prisoner over to him.
Don't forget the Gigantic Minstrels to
night. Budcr has sold many reserved
seats, but has a few more left.
Louis Adams, the Fifth ward colored
Republican politician, was placed under a
bond of $200 by Magistrate Comings yester
day, to answer tho charge of stealing corn
from cars on the Wabash track Wednesday.
He gave the band and is at large. This
little affair will probably not bo permitted
to disqualify him as tho custodian of "ham"
for judicious distribution among the "chat
ties" in tho comiug campaign.
20 doz. corsets, worth $1.25, will Bell
for COc. IIaytuoun & Suio. 2t
Activity upon the streets has already
commenced. A large force of men and
teams did some splendid work on Ohio
levee above Tenth street Monday, clearing
off the soft mud and rubbish that had ac
cumulated upon the graveled bed, leaving
the street clean and solid. The gravel for
Ohio levee street will now soon arrive, and
as the Illinois Central proceeds to raise its
tracks up to the new grade, the city will
raise the street. The sidewalk destroyed
by fire, id front of the lota upon which
"Catfish row" stood, will probably also be
soon rebuilt. The levee will have a much
improved appearance when all this shall
have been done and the several fine houses
already under way shall have been finished.
Bankrup't stock of furniture for sale
cheap at No. 101 Commercial avenue, near
6th street, up stairs. tf
A white man named Simms raised
Ned down town early yesterday morning,
lie furnished the motive power, whisky
the disposition and a pistol served as an
instrument of beth. He staggered along
Commercial avenue, made a raide on W. E.
Gholson's dry goods store, driving tho
clerk, who was just "opening up," out of
the house. Satisfied witli his achievement
here lie went down the avenue flourishing
his pistol which he discharged as he pass
ed McNulty's store, tho ball crashing
through a window and shattering a globe
on a lamp insido. At the corner of Sixth
and Ohio levco he was captured by Con
stable Sheuhan. He will be brought out
for trial to-day.
The side-splitting, roaring entertain
ment given to-night at the Opera House,
will amply repay tho time spent. Get
tickets at Buder's early to-day.
The attention of our readers is di
rected to ,tlie advertisement of Mr. C. W.
Henderson, which appears in another
column. By carefully studying tho wants
of his customers, keeping up with all the
improvements h his line, handling tho
standard goods, and by correct business
principles, such as is shown by all success'
ful busineps men, Ilondurson lns built up
a safe, large and profitable trade. He car
ries a large stock of hardware, hollow
ware, cutlery and tools and builders' hard
ware of all kinds. He is also solo agent,
and hag been for years, tor the celebrated
Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges stoves
that have taken the lead, and will hold it,
in cocking and heating stoves. IIu sticks
to his old Btand, corner 12ih a'ld Commer
cial, and will always answer tho ring of
telephone No. 12.
Oue of the mighty problem wrestled
with on Monday by the Methodist Confer
ence of Baltimore Wis Sabbath observance.
A report was presented condemning "the
carrying ami distribution of the mails, the
running of cars, either by bteam or horses,
publishing, buying or " reading "Becular
newspapers, and all oilier inl'ractrons nf
God's holy time." An aninuttd debate
was at once started by the reading of tho
report, iu the course of which the presiding
bishop mildly informed the conference
that ho rodtj on street car on Sunday
"when necessary." Nevertheless tho re
port wag adopted iu toto. If any good is
to ipring from the acfn n of conferences of
this kind, they should promptly blot from
their proceedings the adoption of this silly
report. Tho religious fashions of in day
are fortunately not what they wer wln-n
the Mayflower gr iundod on the buech at
Plymouth R ick.
It i commonly understood among
leading Republicans here that Governor
Hamilton's chances for nomination to the
Governorship by tho State Convention are
very slender. It is a well settled fact now,
that themissioi of Barton, Roberts and
others here during the past several week,
waitotest the strength of Hamilton and
Olesby among the Afiican party chatties
here, and the Ust was not entirely sitisfac
tory to them, for they were Hamilton emis
saries, and Hamilton doesn't go down well
in this and several other counties in the
district. Thero are several causes for
Hamilton's unpopularity, chief among tbem
is that he has turned the crank of the party
machine too recklessly; he has not shown
the same care and good judgment in work
ing the oil thing that.liis immediate prede
cessor displayed. Iu his bungling manipu
lation of the machine he has several times
permitted the crank to fly around and
strike local leaders in the head, causing
them to swear eloquently and reolve to
"shake" him. That is to Bay, he hai se
lected some men as his assistants in run
ning tho machine, who haven't seme
enough to keep out of animated loc con
tests and who thereby make enemies, not
for themselves still, but also for him of
whose cause they aro the known cham
pions. Hamilton has feeble strength
outside of the "machine," office-holders by
the grace ot "John M. Hamilton, Governor,
and don't you forget it," as the Springfield
Register would say; and this, his only
strong and effective weapon if used as judi
ciously as Cullom used it, proves to be aa a
sharp instrument in the hands of an infant
On the other hand, Oglesby's strength is
with the soldier element, with whom he is
just as popular as Logan is or ever was, and
with whom Hamilton is almist a political
nonsntity by comparison with "Swearing
Dick." Well-informed gentlemen predict
that if Oglesby will closo the fierce war he
has waged against Logn ever since the
latter beat him in the contest for secator
ship, and will agree to bs laid on the guber
natorial shelf, forever out of the way of the
swarthy Senator, then he can have the
nomination for Governor merely for the
asking, and the support of the G. A, R. al
most to a man. Thus, while there is said
to be very little prospect of Hamilton's
nomination, there is a condition attached to
that of Oglesby, which will try the man
hood of that old warrior severely snd hu
miliate him deeply if complied with. We
shall watch the contest with increasing ln
interest. COUNCIL MEETING.
The city council met in special session
Present, Aldermen Blake, Hughs, Lancas
ter, McIIale, Smith, Swobo ia and Stout.
His Honor tho Mayor being absent,
Alderman Blake was called to the chair.
Tho Street Committee's report, recom
mending that bids of P. Fitzgerald, John
Hogan and I. N.Smith for street filling un
der ordinance 127 be accepted and that
Mayor be authorized tu have work done on
New levee and have trees planted in Park,
was adopted after considerable discusion.
Petition of citizens, for construction of
crossings over Mississippi lovee at gas liouso
and slaughter houses, was granted, and
Street Committee ordered to havo same
Petition of citizens for crossing over
Commercial avenue opposite residence of
H. C. Di Pew, was referred to Street Com
mittee, with instructions te have crossing
Petition of P. J. Th'iBtlewood for per
mission to build frame building on block
37 was granted.
Clerk was ordered to advertise election
on 15th of April, ot one alderman in each
ward; places of voting were designated in
each ward and judges and clerks nominated.
Pending decision of resolution to have
two plank walk laid on Twenty-eighth
street, between Poplar and Sycamore
streets, council adjourned.
Byron never utterol truer words than
when he said, "Physicians mend or end
us." But while doctors disagree, all th?
world has agreed that thero is no remedy
equal to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EAMES, -:- TO,
Bitd Cages, fyith Tubs, Water
Agfnt for Adams & Westlako Oil. Gasoline ami Gas Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, lie.., Etc.
97 k V, St, -
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass Window Shades Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECHLTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, PAHiO, ill.
Telephone No 103
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soiMsy that a throc-yciir-ohl child run lrmv
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SPUING IS COMING
rekds! n:iiDs!! si:i;d-!!1
We now have in sti ck full line nf tfHrJr-n
and field scuds ot nil kinds, both by thu
pound or papers.
Golden wax buns.
White corn-hill bcvtns.
German wax beun.s.
Extra early pens.
Early corn sied.
&c., ice, &c.
New York earlvrose potato g"cd.
Yellow and red sweet pjttl si d.
Y'ellow and red onion setts.
Black mixed seed oats.
Plows and plow harness.
Farmei9 and gardeners ill save money
by buyihjj their seed from us.
Clover, tiaiot'iy and blue-ri.-s seed on
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i, hoice Cream Cheese.
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W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
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Legal Blanks Kept Sov Snle
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Special Warranty Deeds,
Heal E-tate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
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agreeably unlike the Mtik perfume f nn
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those refined circles where personal come
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tono of sociuty are held in deserved esteem.
Besides arresting the decay of neglected or
abused teeth, and removing tartar and
other impurities which causes them to be
come dim and lustreless it purifies the
breath and remedies canker in mouth.
Around the Heart.
The last and most dangerous form of
Rheumatism is that which attacks the
lisart. Heretofore there has been little
hope for a patient when the disease reached
this stage. But Mrs. W. Wellman, of
Kingsville, Ohio, writes as follows: "I re
ceived tho bottle of Athlophoros all right.
Have received moro benefit from it than
from any other medicino I ever used. It
relieved mo from all pain around my heart
tho first day, and I went to bed and sleep
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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