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dow Screen W'K Cio'.n, Eull " p ; - ol Kili:iitf
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CHOKK BOlilNG A MT.fl.M.'n
AT.L KINDS OF AMUNITIOV
tufe lioDaired. AH K'n'b. ol h-.:f .Made.
(ioldstiiie & lioscnwator
13 G Com'l Ave.
have a full Ami complete lino of
Linei. t.oods I inters, Notions, F.tc.
A heavy stock of Body Brucii", Tapcr
trica aiid Intrtln
A full stoi-k of Oil Cloth? , ail sizes and prices.
ClDlliing& Gsnts' Furnish'g Gootis
X full and compu te stock lsclo?iunoot
at great burKnius.
CJooda nt Uottom Prioos!
EW YORK STOUE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
MSSil rairo, 111
The Regular Cairo & ruducah Daily
SStt GUS FOWLER
IIKNUV K. TAYLOH, Master.
UEOUOK JOUKs, Clerk.
leives Ptdncah forTalro dally (Sundays oxr.pt
n( a n, in,. muI Mmir.il 'lty at 1 p. m H'-firu
Tho Republican Candidate) for the
Prcsidoncy Accepts tho
Uis Attitude on Leading Public Ques
tions Fully S':t Forth in a Long
Letter of Acceptance.
Protective Tariff Against the World
Free Trade Amonjj Ourselves
Civil Sj.vice Reform, Etc,
ArorsrA, Mi:., July 1'J. Mr. lilaiuc's
letter of aeeuiitauee was made public
this morning. It Is athlressed to Hon.
Johti 11. lleijilerson, St. Louis, au'l other
members of the Notiilcaliou Committee,
auJ is quite lon, covering all the points
of the lleiiiiblicau platform. The im
portant declarations of the letter are lu
brief as follows:
In accepting the nomination for tho
Presidency, tendered me by the Repub
lican National Convention, 1 be to ex
press a deep sense of the honor which is
conferred .aud of the du'y which N im
posed. In enumerating the issues upon which
the Hcpublicat) party appeals for popular
mipport, tiie Convention lias been sitioti
larly explicit and felicitous. It has prop.
er:y (,'iveu the leadmi; position to the in
dustrial Interests of the country as af
fected by the tirifj on imports. i.ii that
piertlion the two poliueal parties are
ro'.'ically in eoiilliet. Almost the first act
of the Republicans when they came iuto
power In Ivil was the establishment of a
principle of protection to American labor
and to Ainerieau capital. The issue be
tween thet wo parties has no reference to a
speciilo law. It involve-, a principle of
wide application; and the overthrow of
the policy of the Republican party means
a la rue reduction of the waues f the
American laborer. Ic the census of lvl')
a valuation of the property in the I'nited
States ainoiitited to l I ,iji i,i .e.i,i oi '( the
re.-ultof labor and .savings of L'.VJ years.
After this time the bush,es of the coun
try was encouraged by a protective tariff,
and at the end ol twenty years the valu
ation of our property amounted to ill,
0"o,"oo,0ii0. The opponent-! of the rev
enue system can not show a parallel in
the hi-tory of civilization. Put it is
claimed tint this system produces a sur
plus, yet its purpose is I ; to reduction of
tiie public debt and coii-eoucht relief of
the burden of taxation.
)ur curryiua trade lias suffered many
discouragements since 1 .o but our for-ei-ru
commerce has prodi.'ious increased.
l. ideutiy a protective tariff has not in
ji.red our export tr le when wi
der its hiiiU' -nee we exported iu
tho last twenty-four years forty per cent,
inure than the total amount exported in
the entire previous history of American,
Any policy hostile to tiie f illest devel
opment of agriculture in the I'uiied States
must be abandoned. uroppouents have
labored to jx-Tsuade tiie farmers that they
are robbed by a protective tariff, iiut
happily the latter se; that wealth has uot
been acquired in one section at the ex
pense of another. They see that the ag
ricultural States have ma le iuorj rapid
prou're'SS than manufacturing States.
They see that the revenue system of the
Republican party, has established the
home market, and that by that
system tiie homo tnaiket becomes
daily of grcat-T concern. The American
people enjoy with protection from foreign
competition the advantages of absolute
free trade over a larger area than any
other nation. The internal commerce of
our States and Territories is carried on
without governmental hindrance of any
kind. It does away with everything like
monopoly It is into this field that our
opponents would admit the countries of
Purope, a policy which would bo dis
astrous to the mechanics and working
men of the i'nited States. The Republi
can party lias steadily aimed to maintain
just relations between labor and capita!,
it aim to elevate and dignify labor, not
to degrade it.
I'Kack muc y.
We are at peace with tho wurld,
we seek the conquests of peace,
international troubles in North
Soutli America should be adjusted by Im
partial arbitration, not by arms. We
should gaiu the friendship of Spanish
America, that tiie market for our pro
ducts be enlarged. The elements which
separated two sections of our common
country are diminishing. This is the re
sult of time and Republican principles as
tppiied under the favorable conditions of
uuiforinlty. The South ueeds a protec
Tho character of our civil service has
beeu honorable. In a prolonged service
iu (. ongress. I never found it expedient to
recommend tho removal of a civU ollicer
except In four instances and then for uon
political reasons. The test of compara
tive merit should be adopted, not
political inlluencc, iu tho filling of olllces,
There is a religious sect strongly in
trenched in one of our Territories which
claims the right to destroy the safe
guard of social order and practice as re
ligious privileges what is classed ' as a
crime In every State. Tho claim of the
Mormons cannot be admitted.
Our Government should not cease to
urge the use of a common standard of
value for international currency, a
standard which shall enable tho United
States to bring forth sliver from its
inlues as an auxiliary to gold.
Our laws should look to tho judicious
encourage incut of actual settlers on the
Our foreign carrying trade should re
ceive Governmental encouragement.
A free ballot Is the safeguard of the re
public, aud we can maintain our heritage
only by guarding with vigilance tho
Bourccs of our power.
Fresa Comments on the Letter.
Nkw Tokk, July 19. The Ewuiixj Post
says : "Ulalne's letter of acceptance is a
collection of platitudes, drawn out to tho
utmost limit of verbosity. It has been
trimmed, planed aud sandpapered till
there is nothing to catch hold of. It la too
slippery to make an tasae upon. Ita only
Rlgutfltttitco He la tho (act that it is
DliMoofe nunpahrn speech, and tout it lu-
test fought out." Referring ti
Plaine's views on the tariff question it
says: "It Is clear that Mr. lilalno desires
to turn this campaign Into a tariff battle.
The Democratic platform is abreast with
the present condition of the country's In
dustries, both manufacturing and agri
cultural. It Is abreast with the average
opinion, if not w ith tho most enlightened
opinion of the Nation on this subject.
It only remains to add that the
President of the United States, whether
Ulaino or Cleveland has very little Influ
ence upon (he tariff question one way or
the other. He.has no vote to give upon
tariff bills, and It U notorious that Con
gress gives little heed to tiie President's
recommendations upon that class of
questions, whether they are iu favor of
higher or lower duties."
The Miil and Krri says of liiaine's
letter: It is a document that has strength,
simplicity, rhetoric, and the force of in
spiration iu the story of our. matchless
t.rowih iu material resources. The per
vading tone is cheerfully aggressive, per
fectly eowklcijt, and all inspiring to Amer
ican patriotism ai.d pride. It will be
worth more to . the campaign for its
author than the eloquence of a score of
his ablest advocates.
NO MEIITINt; AT CAMP MAUVIN.
The Beautiful Grounda to P. main
Cloned Thia Year for Want of
St. Loi;is, Mo., July lib There will
be iio camp meeting at Camp Marvin tills
year. At a meeting of the directory of
tiie association this morning, which wad
attended by Samuel Cupples, Willis Ilord,
13. N. Uurgoyue aud John P. hooker, il
was decided unanimously to concur in
the resolution adopted by the Southern
Methodist pastors last Monday, to the
effect that in view of tho inadequacy of
transportation facilities to the cam;i
grounds no religious meetings would m
held there this summer. The directors,
however, are assured that the narrow
gauge will have reached the grounds in
tune to allow meetings next summer.
A Hundred Thouaand-Dollar Blaze.
Toko.vio, ont., July PJ. The village
of Alli-ton was visited yesterday by a
large fire which has destroyed the largest
factory iu the place. The flames worn
seen issuing from the windows of Knight
i: Wiisou's foundry, au'i an alarm wu.1
sounded. Owing to insuflicieut appli
ances for extinguishing tiie tire, tho
flames rapidly spread until the whole fac
tory was destroyed. Then tiie flames at
tacked the fine brick block iu front aud
entirely gutted it, aud but for a turn in
the wind there would have beeu a re
petition of the Port Perry disaster. Iu
all there were eight .-tores besides thi
foumy destroyed. The loss is estimated
at s,o00 for the fouudry linn. The other
heaviest loss was to the ll rild, which
lost two presses and some stock. Total
loss about SluO.OoQ.
The Maccaroui's Join the Strike.
Ni.i.rtuNvu.i.K, o., July la. Tho Ital
ians whocaine'here aud took the places of
striking miners at Longstreths, forty
three iu nuinber.descrted the mine yester
day morning and went to Carbea Jlill,
where they held a jollification. .Several
special constables and one Italian were
immediately dispatched to Drooks' Snake
Hollow mine to "endeavor to induce the
Italians there to leave work also. They
took the Italian to talk to their country
men, and the coustables to see that the
guards did not interfere. All those that
left Longsireth's mine were furnished
passes to return to Chicago and wili leave
tins morning. They refused, to work lor
less than -S-' per day. Miners think this
insures the success of the strike.
A Prompt Rjsponse.
Nkw oki.kans, La., July 10. The
State Hoard of Health ou Thursday ap
plied to Surgeon-General Hamilton of
the Marine Hospital Servic asking that
a revenue cutter be sent to cruise off the
n.outh of the Mississippi to prevent ves
sels from ports where the cholera prevails
from entering the river. It received in
response a telegram from the Surgeon
General announcing that the request had
beeu granted, aud that by direction of tho
Secretary of tho Treasury arrangements
would be liui'lo to patrol the entire Gulf
l ONsl b PIATT'S ltKIlLAY t.ME.NT.
A Boat Capsizes Drowning One of His
Sona-The Other Will Die.
Coiik, Ii;ki.ani, July Kb A boat in
which two sous of Uuited States Consul
Piatt were sailing at Cjueenstowu yester
day capsized, aud one w as drowned. The
other was rescued, but It is thought can
not live. Great sympathy is felt for Mr.
Piatt and family. The body of the dead
boy was Immediately brought back to
Cork. The other son was taken to thu
Si". Pons, Mo., July It). In an Inter
view with a relative of Mr. Piatt's iuthia
city it is learned that tho poet had three
sons aud one daughter, The boys were
L'ood swimmers, having beeu reared on
the Ohio River, overlooking which, at
North licnd, is tho resldeuee of their
father. It is not known, of course, which
of the sons was drowueel. tine of tbetu
is a mere child.
The Saratoga Kacea.
Sauatogv, X. Y., July It). To-day waj
opening day of tho annual race mooting
of the Saratoga Association. There wan
a goud atteuelancc at the track aud tho
betting was epiite lively. Tho weather
was lino and tho tlrstjace, for a purse ol
100 for all ages, .?1U0 to second, dis
tance live furlongs, was wou by lien
wick; Saunterer second. Time, 1:02 1-2.
Mutuals paid $13. Second race, for Trav
el's stakes, three year olds, distance one
mile three quarters was wou by Ratap
lan; lilast, second; Tacoma, third.
Time, 3:07 1-2.
Third Race Sweepstakes, for four-year-olds
aud upward; distance, ouo mile:
Pearl Jennings canto In first; Navarro,
sceuMid; Gauo, third. Time, 1:45. Mu
tuals paid $().
Fourth Race. Purse, SHOO; handicap
sweepstakes, over fractional coursoNo. 1,
about two miles and a quarter. Won by
Post Guard, with Riensea sccoud. Time,
5:20. Mutuals paid $770.
Oreely Perfectly Well, Bat Weak.
NuwiiUHYroKT, Mash., July 19.
Lieutenant Grecly telographs this morn,
ing to his brother John A. Greely, of thil
city, from St. John's, V. ., that b will
be In New York Qboat Augnat 1t, frBu
ahull annnrl til Imtnt vf ommua fta W.icii.
biirmort. Savs he is iHrtvrtv tveir hnt
LIFE UNDER THE POLE.
Another Account of tho Finding
of tho Strandod Arctic
rhrilling Picture -of Their Awful Suffering-How
the Brave Men Employed
the Dreary, Hopeless Hoars.
Self - Abnegation of Commissiary
Ssrgeant Brainard Vital
Nkw YoitK, July pt.-Tho Times'
special correspondent at St. Johns, N. P.,
says : '( m the -d of June we fouud all
that remained of tho expedition iucom.
maud of LieutenautGrcely. The Dear had
steamed nearly up to the ieo, and people
could bo seen running about ou shore.
Some one was seeu on tho ice signaling
with Hags, your correpsoudent ran for
ward and took the message as follows:
'Send Doctor with stretchers and Harlow
with photograph machine; seven alive.'
iloats were lowered and a party of olli
cers and men started for the shore. It
seemed a long pull. We finally reached the
ice loot and hurried to the scene of misery.
A few steps fMin the lauding we met
a black face with hurried staring eyes
wrapped in a clean blanket that con
trasted strangely with the til thy clothes
that covered the body of one of the sur
vivors. It was l'redericks, who was
strong enough to walk to the boats.
It was a miserable bight, but
cheerful compared with the one
that met our traze a few steps
luithtr on. A slight incline to the left
aud the busy relief parties came in view.
Passing a small lire on which pots of milk
were warming, we came to tho toot uu
eler which lay four of the poor fellows.
Two lay outside-, one with his face
swollen so that be could hardly show by
his eyes the wild excitement that filled
his being. The other was muttering in a
voice that could scarcely be heard in the
howling of the gale his hungry appeal for
Pushing aside the flaps of the tent we
saw a sight the like of which we trust
never to see again. Crowdeel together
in the little teut that was left standing,
lay Greely and three of his men in sleep
ing bags, their faces black with dirt.
Their hoilow cheeks and their gleaming
eyes made a picture that we will never
forget aud told a story that has
few rivals in the history of miserable
sufferings. The short glance revealed
four men with the baud of death laid up
on them; one, indeed, was gasping his
last feeble breath, while food aud stimu
lants were forced between his teeth. The
fate of the other two was a question of a
very few hours. The tralo was killing
them iu their weak and exhausted condi
tion. To move against such a wind was
an impossibility. Au abled bodied man
bent io it at times; so there they lay
waiting for death, unable to cook the
pitiful ration of tanned oil seal-skins and
lichens that they called their meal.
"Jtir glance was a short one; work was
to be done and ail turned to it with
hearts and hands. The poor sufferers
were w rapped in blankets, fed w ith warm
milk, beef tea, aud crackers aud carried
to the boats.
A photograph was taken ed tiie camp
despite the lime, (11 p. in.) and the
Tho living having beeu provided for,
our next sad duty lay with tho dead.
These were pileel ou the dory and covered
aud we steamed back to Payer harbor.
The uext day the Hear ' revisited the
camps and collected every scrap aud
relic appertaining to it, when, our work
being completed, we turned homeward.
Lieutenant JJreeh, in . conversation
said : "All during our retreat from Fort
Conger fuel had been very precious.
There was never enough for more than
cooking purposes so that all during tho
long hitter cold days we had no sourco
of warmth except our clothes aud sleep
ing bags. As a matter of ecouomy, cook
ing was done only twice a day. Light
was obtained from an Psuuimaux latnn
with a single wick dipped iu seal
oil. Only ouo man could read at a time
by it. Turns would be taken at reading
aloud. All our literature wan read and
re-read. The only news received of the
outside world was obtained from scraps
of paper from a box of lemons lauded by
the Proteus. We dried these carefully
so they could be read over aud over again.
Every Sunday I served a quarter of a
lemon to each person. Dread aud meat
rations were issued daily; all other
stores were issued on Thursdays, on
Sundays the rations were increased a
little. A favorite amusement was to
make out a bill of faro of what we would
like wheu relief came. A series of lec
tures was begun aud other intellectual
amusements. Two hours a day could bo
Tilled iu by lecturing ou various subjects.
Wheu the lecture was over, a general dis
cussion would be entered into. Rice,
the photographer, would devote au
olher hour, either iu telling stories
or else would draw from his
general Information, of which he
had a great deal. Tho most
trying position of any member of tho
party was occupied by Sergeant Drainard
while Issuing rations, lie found himself
exposed to ilio temptation of partaking
more ttiau his share of supplies; but ho
never abused tho conllelence reposed in
him. Iueleed, ho must have used less
luod than that allotted, as the supplies)
turned out two per cent, more than the
iiHst sanguine ef the party had dared to
anticipate, lu this way the dreary weeks
and mouths dragged slow ly aud hopeless
Tkoy, N. Y., July 19. In North Adaini
last night, while Johu John Miller waJ
walking the street with a disreputable!
woman, ho was mysteriously and dau
gerously stabbed. Asked who stabbed
him, ho replied : "If you arrest Paul Her
bert, you w ill get the right man." Her
bert was arrested and pleads "not guilty."
lie Is held to await tho result of Miller's
To Keep Out the Cholera.
Washington, I). C, July 19.-AS a
precaution against tho introduction ol
germs of cholera the Cabinet haa decided
to prohibit for ninety days tho Importa
tion of tags from foroign countries.
Certain changes are to be inadW In tho
ButforiM of petty naval ofBoers and taj
Btta. a Txmta w co newer wo mtuer win
I bjfpjtutoti ia a tr
A. S. Solomon, Vice-President, of the
American Red Cross Association have
been appointed by President Arthur as
delegates to represent tho United States
at the Geneva Conference of the Interna
tional Association, to bo held Scptembci
A PI1TV-ACRE FIUR.
The Village of Cedar Springs Alm06t
GiiAXD Raiius, Mini , July ltb Some
burning stumps yesterday afternoon set
tire to Johnson & Link's lumber-yard in
the village of Cedar Spriugs. A high
wiud was blowing and little water to be
had. Soon the mill, one million feet of
lumber and the Grand Rapids and Indi
ana depot were destroyed. A call for aid
was ejuickly responded to by the Grand
Rapids engines, but the scarcity of water
prevented effective work and before the
tire was chocked by a change in the wind
aid of tho business portion lu the towu
.except four buildings, was destroyed,
with two-thirds of the residences. The
territory burned is about fifty acres in
area, and as many persons are homeless,
a relief committee has been formed and a
large number slept last night lu the
churches, school-houses and stores. To
tal loss about $150,000.
TWO .MCKPEKKKS KMX L'TKD.
The Miserable Wretches are Bound to
Crosses and Shot to Death.
Moxtkkky, Mux., July 10. Two mur
derers were shot in this city yesterday.
They were fastened to two crosses set up
iu au open square near the Jail, with their
arms extending ou the cross bars of tho
crosses. In front of them were drawn
up a platoon of soldiers at a distance of
fourteen feet, and behinu tiie so.diers a
reserve squad, to tire in tho event tliat the?
first volley was uot fatal. After the llrst
volley the reserve soldiers were ordered
to approach within a few paces of the
already .mortally wounded wretches and
fired balls Into their hearts at sucli close
range, that the shirts of the eloomeet men
were set ou lire. Over 5,000 people w it
nessed the execution.
15 ASK UAI.L ltltEYlTItN.
Score of Games Played on Friday,
Baltimore, Md. Daltiinorcs, 11;
Kansas Citys, 0.
New York Metropolitans, 12; Athlet
St. Paul, Minn. Grand Rapids, y; St.
Omaha, Neb. Union Pacifies, 7;
St. Louis, o.
Indianapolis, Ind. Toledos, I; In
Louisville, Ky. Ciucinnatis, C; Louis
Providence, R. I. Providences, 5; New
Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheuys, 4; Wash
Cleveland, O. Cleveland?, 11; De
Puffaio, N. Y. lluffalos, 12; Chica
0.uiucy, 111. Day Citys, 13; tjuincys,
Still water, Minn. Fort Waynes, 11;
.Minneapolis, .Minn. -Minneapolis, 11;
Torre Haute, ;!.
Peoria, III. Peorias, 9 ; Mtiskegons, 7.
Belknap Burned Almost a Total Wreck.
IIiii.kxa, Moxr., July P.t. Relknap,
the famous entropot to the Cour d'Alene
mines was burned last evening, (inly
live houses aud the depot building arc
left. The tire started iu au unused house.
A high wind made the llames spread last.
There was no lire department iu the
lowu. Hardly any goods were saved.
The loss is estimated at over 8100,000.
There are no other details. Six elays ago
Pelkuap had 2,000 people.
jian(.i(j ii()i:K-i iiii:vi.
Thirteen Elevutod Within Three Weeka
llni KXA, Mom., July PJ. Five horse
thieves, whose uanies are unknown, were
hanged near Rocky Point, on tiie Missouri
River, on Monday, by a band of cow
boys, organized for the purpose of clear
ing out the thieves Infesting that section.
Thirty-two stolen horses were recovered.
This makes a total of thirteen horse
thieves hanged and shot iu the Judith and
.Muscle Shell section within tho past
A dispatch from Fort Denton says the
Canadian Creek Indians have stolen one
hunelred horses from settlers ou the Low
err Teton River and are making north
with them. Tho settlers are iu pursuit.
Chivalric Treatment of a Woman.
Atlanta, Ga., July 10. lu Gilmer
County the wife of Dow Grace has been
killed by a mob w ho put out her eyes,
pierced the body witlt a sharpened pole
and hung the lifeless and mutilated form
to a tree. It Is thought to have been the
work of revenue reformers, but there are
no clues to the perpetrators.
NO lltX'KlVKi: Yl'.T.
Harrison's Bank Drained of tho Last
Dollar No Securities.
Iniuaxai'Cu.is, Ixr., July 10. The re
ceivership of Harrison's bank goes beg
ging, Claypool and Spann having de
cllneel to serve. Tho Court placed tho
Sheriff lu possession, and later Judge
R. N. Lamb was asked to act as
receiver. Thero is not a dollar of
money left lu tho bank, aud the value
aud amouut of accounts receivable is
unknowu. Tho bank will hardly pay
live cents ou tho dollar. Many largo de
positors are preferred. John C. S. Har
rison, as Receiver of the Indiana Hank
ing Company, is custodian of 7ti,0tK),
all of which Is alleged to be missing.
The boudsmeu having compelled Har
rison to secure them with real estate,
but little security is left for ordinary
depositors. Much indignation Is ex
pressed. Oolui to'the Bar.
AteusTA, Me., July 19. Mr. Blaino
leaves to-day for Par Harbor to-day to
remain indefinitely. Mrs. LSiuluc, F.in
mons Dlalno and William filter Phelps
are already there. Tho rest of the fam
ily will follow.
Fatal Shooting by a Saloon-Keeper.
FtiiLADKLruiA, Pa., July 19. John 8.
Strtton, who was shot in the head by Johu
J . Songster, in tho lattxr's saloon Wed
benflay morning of last w"k, fllcd from
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