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THE DAILY CAIRO 8CJLLETIM
The Daiiv Bulletin.
FRIDAY, M AllCH 28, 1884.
CAIRO CITY IW FEED and
Commercial Av , let. 8tli & 9th Sts.
N. B. TIIISTLEWOOD, Propr.
Good Turno.iti at Reasonable Rates.
tfllorm-H boiirilod Hiul wull c-arl
TKf.KPUONK NO. W).
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Success! r to Cbas. T. Xewlnd an I
II. T. Uerould )
Plumber, Steam and Gas Filer,
Coiumt'rci.il Ave, lift. Tenth and Ele
CAIRO, j : : ILL,.
D.lve Wei! Fierce and I Ifi Pomps furnished tod
pat up. Aitent fur lliu Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'',
the best pamp ever Inntited . New Gas Fixtures
lurnitbed to order. Od fixture! repaired tod
trJob!)lng promptly attended to. 311 1
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 th St , Cairo, 111.
n-Uood Stock and Prices Reasonable. t
Hi B. BStlTII.
iGEKirr a. mm.
Grand Central Store.
W. 8TRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, M! .irl.
STIIATTOX & BIKI),
Vo. 57 Ohio LeTJc, Cairo, Tl.
Agents American Powder Co.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mntle to Order.
8ih St., bet. Ohio Leyee 4 Commercial Ave.
OA1KO. - - ILL
Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 Pa J tin fll
Commercial Avonnef vailU, m.
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
bavo received a full and complete Una
ol new fall and Winter
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy Mock of Body Bruiiols, Taper
tries and liiKraln
A full stock of Oil Clothe, all Macs and prlcci.
Clol!iing& Gents' Furnlsh'g Goods
A fnlfand complete itock la now Doing
closed out at great bargain.
Uooda a Bottom Frloesl
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A SON OF A BIG GUN
Hunts Small Gam In tho Stoor
ago of tho Oooan Stoamor
Pinds Timo While Looking After Hii
Blooded Stock to Prove Him
self a Blood,
And Lays the Foundation For a First-
class Damage Suit Is
Nkw York, March 27. The Hon. Mr
Sands, Hon of Lord Sands, of London,
was a cabin passenger on the National
Line steamer Greece, which arrived Tues
day from Loudon. lie Is handsome,
young, wealthy, and was a favorite with
ail the passengers. lie brought over a
number of trotting horses, and was
given tho freedom of the ship. No one
on board could tell where to tlnd him at
any moment, as he would wander around
the vessel, being first In his own room,
again in the saloons, or hi tho smoking-
room, or more frequently below decks,
looking after his live stock. Henry A.
Balderwlck, who, with his wife, took
passage on the steamer In the
steerage, says that Mr. Sands was
not witli the horses all the time he was
below decks, and charges him with hav
ing become acquainted with Mrs. liable
w ick early during the voyage, and accuses
his wife of having been Intimate with
Mr. Sands, which she indignantly denies.
Ualdewick, after having been registered
with his wife at Castle Garden, callec
upon Superintendent Jackson for advice.
He declares that some of the steerage pa
Bengers called his attention to the frc.
quency with which Mr. Sands visited th(
steerage to sec Mrs. Baldewick. At tlrsl
he only chatted with her, keeping a re
spectful distance, but after a few days,
Baldewick says, his wife began to go or.
deck and sit with Mr. Sands, and on out
occasion visited the latter's room late it
the evening. The husband further de
clares that he saw his wife kissed anc
hiiirged by Mr. Sands while they were
sitting on deck behind the wheel iiou.se.
Mrs. Ilaldewick is a pretty little woman,
apparently about twenty-live years old,
and has a wealth of golden hair and
bright blue eyes.
SIIK W KPT BITTEKLY
w hen charged by her husband with hav
ing accompanied Mr. Sands to his room
and declared through her tears that noth
ing criminal had occurred.
"l)o you d-ny that man kissed and
huirged you behind the pilot house?"' in
dignantly shouted Mr. Ilaldewick.
"No, I don't deny that," sobbed Mrs.
Ilaldewick. "I know Mr. Sands and he
was good to me and gave me nice things
to eat, which I couldn't get from you."
"(h, you false woman!" yelled her
husband, greatly excited, stamping his
"I've been a good husband to you and
1 was going to give yon a good home here
in America." Ilaldewick was advised to
f tie for a divorce, but he declared that he
loved his wife and would, forgive her.
"l!ut, I'll have satisfaction from the Hon
orable Mr. Sands," he said. "He took
my wife from me, the llend. I'll sue him
for damages and get the in, too. I've got
plenty of witnesses. He was always with
her from a few days after leaving port.
He's the son of a lord and has 817,000 a
year to live on, and h- coaxed my wife
away from nie. I shall bring suit against
him as soon as I tlnd out where he In
tends to locate."
Mr. Sands denies the charges against
him, but refuses to speak on the matter
in any way. His friends declare that both
Mr. and Mrs. Baldewick are engaged In a
blackmailing scheme to extort money
from Mr. Sands. The officers and crew
of the steamer do not remember observ
ing any unbecoming conduct between the
couple, nor do they remember having
seen them together. Baldewick's friends
in the steerage positively declare that Mr.
Sands frequently visited the steerage to
see Mrs. Baldewick, and that on line days
tho two would promenade the deck to
gether or retire to some remote corner,
where they would remain for hours.
Among tho stock which Mr. Sands
brings to this country is the English race
horse Charavers, the property of his
father. The animal has a brilliant record
in England and is expected to achieve
some victories on the turf iu this country.
The famous English jockey, Edward Gif
ford, and the English trainer, Edward
Day, have charge of the racers.
A MODKItV C INDERELLA.
The Merchant-Prince Who Sought a Foot
His Mansion Would Fit.
Milwaikkk, Wis., March 27. Society
is all torn up over the marriage last night
of S. P. Burt, Vice-President of the
North Chicago Rolling Mill, one of the
wealthiest and most promiueut men of
this city, to Lizzie Thompson, who until
a few weeks since was a servant in his
family. Ten months ago. Mrs. Burt died.
Her husband began paying attentions to
Lizzie Thompson and there was no end of
scandalous gossip. Last night they were
quietly married and started ou a bridal
tour. Burt came here from Boston a few
years ago. He Is worth $500,000. He
has been very prominent In society here,
and his bride will take possession of an
elegant residence just completed atacost
A FOOLISH NUKSE.
Adda a Sting Which May Prove Fatal
to Riley's Half-Doaen Bullets.
St. Louis, Mo., March 27. "I will
warrant that the woman will live at least
nine days longer," said Mrs. Gantz, Mrs.
Kiley's nurse this morning. "She is
sleeping now. You can look iu upon her,
but don't for the world disturb her."
Following the direction of tho nurso the
reporter stepped to the door of the cham
ber. Mrs. Riley was sleeplug. Ilor
wasted face was toward the door and ono
hand lay outside the coverlet. Tho arm
was bared. So thin and shrunken was
the hand and arm that the blue veins
Boomed Itke swollen cords. She was
asleep, but such a sleep fitful and fever
ish, broken by strange starts and pitiful
A 8LEKP OP AGONY.
'Has sho been conscious to-day,
"Yes, she awakened this morning and
was quito conscious. For the first tlma
he asked about her husband and"-
Tho nurso began weeping aud It was
some time before she would go on with
her story. By patient questioning It was
brought out and was Iu substance this:
The patient awoke a little after nino and
asked: "Where Is Mr. Miry?" Tho
nurse, thinking she meant William Riley,
her husband's brother, replied: "Wil
liam was here last evening and went
away. I will send for him If you want to
'No, nojnothlm. My husband, George.
I tell you lam pretty weak. I don't think
I am going to last very long. I want to
see my husband and have him here. Where
"Don't you know where your husband
is?" The patient tried to raise her head
from the pillow. She grasped the hands
of her nurse.
"No ! No I Where Is lie? Tell me, have
they taken hlinaway? Why don't he come
and see me?"
" IIP. IS IK.U."
" Who killed him?" she cried. "What
was he killed for?"
" He killed himself," replied the nurse.
Mrs. Kiiey fell back upon the pillow in
a faint. She recovered in a few moments,
however, but said nothing more and soon
fell Into a fitful sleep.
If she recovers the doctors will consid
er it almost a miracle, and yet her present
strength astonishes them. She may live
on several weeks.
A SALOON I SI'S MISTAKE.
He Should Have Stuck to His Old Weap
on, the Bottle.
Little Hock, Auk., March 27. John
Fuller, the keeper of a low drinking sa
loon at Arkansas City, was arrested here
on the arrival of tho Valley train last
night, charged with murder, by beating
to deatli a section boss known as " Old
Dan," who bad gone Into his dive and
demanded ten dollars, which he claimed
to have deposited there. After the brutal
murder was committed Fuller gathered
some money together and made his es
cape on the Valley train, but was fortu
nately captured. He is a desperate char
acter, with a record of lawless, blood
thirsty deeds, having killed a man In Ar
kansas City less than two years ago.
The Jesse Hoyt Will Case.
Nkw Yoiik, March 27. In the contest
over the will of the late Jesse Hoyt to-day
Cornelius Van Santevoord was cross-ex
aminedby.Mr. Conkling. Witness was
never approached in regard to the certifi
cate of the death of Mr. Hoyt or about
what his malady was. He knew about
his malady in a general way; that he had
died of starvation. On the day after tho
funeral witness went to the residence of
Mrs. Hoyt w ith Samuel N. Hoyt, and read
to her the provisions of the will, giving
her 1,230,000. When witness told Mrs.
Hoyt what was provided for her she said
that was a much larger provision than
6he expected, and she did not want too
much. Witness then went to the Wind
sor Hotel, w here Miss Hoyt was stopping.
He did not take Miss Hoyt near the win
dow and look scrutinlzingly in her face,
or say in that connection, "You are no
more crazy than any other member of the
family." She said she would go back
w 1th Dr. Hall and his wife to the asylum,
as she had promised to do.
BENEATH THE WAVE.
The Capsizing of a Rowboat Near Cla
Cuitiox, Pa., March 27. Yesterday
afternoon live men started from Boyd's
Eddy in a small rowboat with a large
circular saw, to take it to Parker for
shipment. When passing over the Big
Falls, near the mouth of the Clarion
Hiver, the boat capsized, and Hamilton
Walker, William Watson aud David Fair
were drowned. The others escaped by
clinging to the boat. Walker leaves a
wife aud seven children. Watson and
Fair were single men.
A Move in the Right Direction Make
the Corrupters .of Youth Move On.
Alb.vxy, N. Y., March 27. In the Sen
ate to-day Mr. Gilbert introduced a bill
prohibiting the sale or exhibition of Inde
cent publications devoted to criminal and
police news and criminal deeds tending
to corrupt the morals of the youth. The
offense is made a misdemeanor. .V peti
tion was presented from the New York
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children in favor of the bill and in favor
of prohibiting the sale of dime uovels.
Burned in His Own Barn.
Decatur, III., March 27. A well
known farmer, named Edmund Holley,
died yesterday morning from the effects
of Injuries received Tuesday evening In a
fire at his place west of Decatur. The
barn caught fire, and before Holley could
jump out of the hay loft many portions
of his body were burned to a crisp. He
had been smoking. He died in great
Deadly Baking Powder.
Santa Fe, N. M., March 27. A Cloride
dispatch says : Five Mexican teamsters
ate bread iu which arsenic was used under
the impression that it was baking-powder.
The poison was kept in tho corral of a
butcher, who kept it for the purpose of
tanning, and a cook in the teamster's
camp didn't know the difference. One of
the victims is dead and others are likely
Beecher as a Delegate.
New York, March 27. A movement is
making In Brooklyn to send Henry Ward
Beecher to the Chicago Republican Con
vention. The objection urged is that he
is a red-hot Free-trader and for Arthur,
and the politicians fear he will make
speeches iu the Convention for the cause
Augustus Schell Dead.
New York, March 27. Augustus Schell
died at 3:33 this morning. At his bed
side were his wife and brother and oth
er members of his household. His death
was caused from Brlght's disease, com
plicated by other disorders, lie was bom
. Strike Threatened.
Portllaxd, Mk., March 27. A general
reduction of six to ten per cent, in the
wages of Grand Tr unk employes Is an
nounced to-day. Tho men say they will
strike on both divisions.
A Defaulter Arrested.
New Yokk, March 27. Henry S,
Church, the defaulting Chamberlain of
Troy, who left Troy February 4, with a
deficiency in his accounts of $77,000, was
arrested hero last night and taken to
Troy this morning.
DIGNA'S COWARDLY LEGS.
rhoy Got tho Botter of His Val
liant Heart and Run
Away With It.
General Graham Pinds tho Eebela in
Their Laat Ditch, and Belabors
Them Soundly There.
Osman's Heavenly Allies, Abhorring a
Coward, Desert Him to the Tender
Mercy of His Enemies.
moxa's white feather.
London, March 27. The Suaklm
forces under General Graham commenced
to advance on the rebel position at
Tamauieb at five this morning. They
met no eeriotis opposition until 7:80 w hen
a brisk fire was opened up on the Brit
ish troops by the rebels, who were
strongly Intrenched behind newly erected
stone works. The cavalry and mounted
Infantry were ordered to charge on tho
rebels. With the aid of a few shells, sent
over into the rebel camp the mounted force
succeeding iu dispersing the rebels, who
quickly lied, much to tho surprise of the
British, who expected a stubborn resist
ance. Tho British burned the village, destroy
ing the surrounding works.
General Graham will probably return
to Suaklm to-night as It is thought this
latest route of the forces under Osman
Dignawill dispel the delusion of theShieks
as to Digna's receiving divine aid, and
virtually ends the campaign in tills sec
tion of the Soudan. No casualties are
reported among the British troops.
Cairo, March 27. Colonel Kitchner
and Major Kundel started from Cairo to
co-operate w ith Captain Chermside in ne
gotiating for opening the road to Berber.
Telegraphic communication between Ber
ber and Shendy has been restored.
VNOTIIEU PLAN TO ROD THE Gl'ILLIBLE.
London, March 27. In an interview
with an ageut of the United Press, Mr.
Parnell said he thought that 11 the
House of Lords rejected the franchise
bill the dissolution of Parliament would
certainly follow, Tho bill was not re
ceiving the support of Gladstone, and it
was expected that even in the Commons,
when the bill came to be considered by
the committee, the Government would be
practically dependent upon the Irish vote
to carry the measure through. Should
the dissolution occur, he had no doubt as
to the result, as the recent elections show
the Irish people are united in supporting
his (l'arueU's) policy.
At the last general election ever1 seat
then won and since contested had result
ed In another victory for the National
party aud increased their majorities. In
addition to that we carrried four seats
from the Liberal party. The justice of
pur cause, the elevation of our fellow
ountrymeu, would win In a case of geu
e'rul election and enable us to return from
thirty to fifty more Parnell members, and
this, in addition to onr present force,
would be strong enough to carry to a
triumphant conclusion the principles we
are now endeavoring to maintain.
To meet the expenses contingent upon
a general election a plan will shortly be
broached for raising a fund to provide for
exigencies of the party and also for tho
payment of certain sums of money to tho
poorer members, enabling them to sus
tain themselves in a manner befitting
members of Parliament. Probably 10,
000 would be suiilcleut to meet all wants.
From the generous support received from
our brethren at home aud abroad, I have
no doubt this sum can be easily raised.
Paris, March 27. Fourteen members
of the new Commttee on Ways and Means
iu the Chamber of Deputies are opposed to
the Cabinet; seven favor it and the other
eleven are undecided. The Government
finds it very difficult to secure the neces
sary funds to continue the war in Tou
quin and Madagascar.
Paris, March 27. The delegates of the
Farisan artisans who visited the Boston
Exhibition, and other delegates from
workingmen have resolved that tho
French labor societies are morally bound
to assist the striking cigar-makers of New
A DYNAMITE BOMBSHELL.
Leifsic, March 27. The police have
discovered a dynamite bombshell In a
densely crowded building. There is no
clew as to who placed it there.
one noo DID IT.
Berlin, March 27. It is officially stat
ed that last year at Ermslcben, a small
town of Prussian Saxony, 403 persons be
came seriously ill aud sixty-six died from
trichinosis. The disease was caused by
eating raw pork, which all came from one
md the same hog.
A DEATH STROKE.
Berlin, March 27. A fatal affray is re
ported from Geisen. A Captain and a
Lieutenant of tho army were playing a
friendly game of cards when a dispute
irose and tho hot-headed Lieutenant be
:ame furious, whisked out his saber and
gave the Captain a death stroke.
Berlin, March 27. Tho Deutscht
Titgeklatt says: "At Bismarck's dinner
In the honor of the Emperor's birthday,
Bismarck greeted Minister Sargent with
r courteous bow, but shook hands with
411 other dlplomates."
LUXCH ON THE ALERT.
Loxno.v, March 27. At a lunch on
ooard tho Alert, Earl Northbrook, First
Lord of tho Admiralty, proposod a toast
to President Arthur. A majority of tho
naval attaches of the various embassies
and the wholo American legation were
Toronto, March 27. A deputation ol
ladles from tho Ontario Womans' Chris
tian Temperance Uulon waited on the
Minister of Education with a petition
with over 4,000 signatures praying for tho
Introduction of temperance text books In
the schools. From the reply of tho
Minister tho ladles hope tho request will
soon be granted.
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The'Rev. J?E. SrW, of NewY5rk, la
one of the most widely-known aad highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. Berle itn : "Ira lmrri tht it i 4 ant
I owe to tlwe mlrtl with Rhemnatlnm or Neuril
Ida, to Ray tint rwueily liu been discovered tht u,
liulne.1 a marveluu tuccew. ilf ton wu rruaUy
mulcted with Klieuraatlmii, and utTered aonevarely
tliat, al U1004, be wan obllKd to have morphine iu.
Jilted iuto his arm to fret relief. While In thia eon.
ilitiou be diacovvreil a remedy wbicli effected imme
diate relief, and a iienuanoutcure. He baa aincefur
tiiHhvt it to many other with the name rweult I have
alHO fiirnlnhed it to a nunitier of perHona iulferluif
with IUieuinatlnin,and UiereaiUt ban been immedlata
relief, and a permanent curn, AmonKOtbere, Itravait
to Rev. Wm. P. Corbit, paetor of UieUeorKe St. M. E.
Churt-h, New Hven,Coun.,whowaiieufferinf frreatly
with UiU torril)le iliHeane. I will (five you hl own
words a written to my noil, winhinif him to publlnb.
the fact for the beuulll of oUiere ufferlng with the
W hat Dir. Corbit Hayai
uxt o . " New Haven. July iM. ISM.
"Mr. Soartca! Dear Hir:-I wlnh to nay ( rtlie ben
e of all who are lufrertaft with Inflammatory Kheu.
iiiatlion, that your uiedlcine la Infallible. I Buffered
for two mouth the mont exoniclaUng torture ; lont
86 poundu of fleel,, anil wan not out of my hoiwe for
a month 1 I heard of your remedy, and wae almost
Inntantly relieved by it If there in a diiecitlc for di
esut of any kind, yours moetoertaiuly ia for Iuflaiu.
luutory Illieumatimu iu itH aeverent form.
" Yonni iiuwt AwicrtfiUly, Wm. P. Connrr.
' Pastor Ueore BUiLE. CUuruh, New Haven, Coun.'
Such is ATHLornoRoa a thorough and
efficient cure for the worst cases of llhcu
matism and Neuralgia.
If yon cannot get ATnLorrtonos of yonr drn(nrlnt,
we will aend It eipreM paid, on receipt of regular
prioo-ono dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy
It from your dnuwint, but If he baiin't It, do not bo
persuaded to try something else, but order at oncti
from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
miimiimittim n. m.n..............,f
TeQ the children to cut out and tave the comlo
silhouette pictures as they appear from Issue to
iBsue. They will bo pleased with the collection.
This space is owned by
Of course we mean the famous animal appearing
on the latiel of every genuine package of Black
well's Bull Durham Bmoking Tobacco. Every
dealer keeps this, Uie bat Smoking Tobacco made.
None guuuino without trade-mark of tho Bull.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 101 Commercial Ave.
Solo Asent lor tho Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES,
Manufacturer anil Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
and rocket Cutlery, best In tho market. Roger
Bros.1 Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons, Granite
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware, White Monntaln
Freezers, Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothe
Wringers, Crown Fluter-. Step Ladders, Garden
imim-uji-uiB, uuiuen niur uu ntovea oeti in mo
world, Lamps of every description. Elain Oil,
Carpi t Sweepers, F. ather Dusters, Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth. Kllll nnnlt nl Viahinj
The ahovo it rock bottom prices.
Corner I 'th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 14.
Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of (urnical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14th etreet, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In attoudnuce.
)R. W. C. JCCELYN,
OmCg-Klghta Street, near Comn err lal Arenod
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Oracm-No. 136 Commercial Avena. between
KKhtn and Ninth Street
H. E. INCE,
-Manufacturer and Dealer tn
Oth Street, between Coial Are. tmd Lcvoe.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ail xmns or axtkitiox.
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