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DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILL, WEDNESDAY JlOKXIMi, AlKIIIST 13, !!.
ItttEUMATIS.U and NLLUAMJIA have
laag cnuuiih run riot ia Ibe bumua
They Lave tormented th human family anl
di'tlwl Uio uialiinl faculty ; fmnj tnuu out of tiu-niory
tlu-y bavocorruitul thu blood, ilemorulizwt tlicji nut",
vexed tho nerviat, wrouizi-cl lliu jxjIu and racked
the brum wxib wearying i ain.
" ATitLornoKOs Is tho enemy of Itheuma-
limn and Neunlifla, rt-iaun tlic.r ilariuun, renews
tlio blixnl, cases ttic Jotntn. culnm tin. uorvuH, Booth t
tlio ruiutcleH, trivua runt ami juico to Uio troubk'J
Lralii, and eimunj dclii?liif ul nlu.i.
" Atuloimiouos" Is a new remedy, but It has
ln abuadauUy trio-1. From far and war come te.
timonlal from wcll known ix-rwmx tio had low;
been Ruirerew. It ban turned tlielr dlnr-awm out It
ban curui Uicul That Uall,-aiid tuat lHeuougb.
" ATnLoriionos" can do for you what
it lias dono for those nullerers. It can
drivo out your liheiiuiati.sm an.l Neuralgia,
and will Jo bo if you give it a fair trial.
" Anaonionoa " has by this time had such a
pood trial all over Iheuniutry that 1U truu wurk Id
iuown, and its true ciiiirucU.-r i rovet
"AniLOPiioifOS" means Prize-Hearer;"
" Victor;" " Oinqneror " ltcarriKSust tho prize a
Vk tou over the attacks of tlietw tirnlilo inalailii-H,
and CosyctuoR of tto frMitiul axon!. tkt.r vic
tim havo endiiruL Not a mere t-miniry p.-l:tf,
but a lurciunent, cuum-ln;?, and triiui.i liaiit cum
II you cannot pot Anii,oriioi:o5 of your dms
Klst, wo will wrifj it exprcsj piM. oa receipt of
rejruJar prtc-o one dollar per butt K. Wo prefer
tli it yon buy it from your dru-is.t, but if lii
hasn't It, do not 1? p. rstiixk-d 10 try soiucUiiaij
(In:, but order at once from us us directed.
ATHLOPHOROS C3., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
130 &, l'.i4 Coia'l Ave.
have a full sie! ton ilcte .u- of
I)! (ESS GOODS,
l.iiii-i, txii)N. Jtiistt r, Xo'ions, Ktc.
A heavy Mock of Body Krt!"re t, Taper
lr:ci atid I intra n
A full mix k of Oil C'!o'b, all c'.Z'.-s and p'lit-f .
All lioodn st Hottom I'rir'!
iMiciT.-s, r ( ChiH T. Xt wUn.l an 1
li. T. (fcrniiM i
Plumta Steam and Gas Fitter
Cinniiieiviil Ap, lict. Tentli ami Ele
venth Ms ,
CAIRO. : : : IL.L..
Unve We'. IV riem.il I. ft rump ri'iilido-il and
tiir up. Alvi i for th- Olebr.ivd
'T.l'CKKVK KOKCE I'lIMF
the be-t inti.p ev. r iliVetlte.!. New I"iXtUf
ltirti.be.1. to order. Oil nx'.tires n paired mid
bronz (! .
f tf JoMitiij; 1 rotn;fy i.f,. tided to. :.;''.!
its K. KMtril.
r.iiiintT a. - Mill1
(Jranil Central Store.
LIU). - - 1 1 j L
Patrick T. 3lcAlpine,
Mtulo to Orelcr.
8th Si., bet. Ul.io I.e;;e & Cottinureiiil Ave.
OAIKO. - - Hj
Repairing neatly June at short notice.
$"EV YORK STOltE.
WHOLESALE AM) HEAiL.
The kii'z'id Variety Stcch
X 'I 1 1 i: CITY.
GOODS SOLI) ViLllYGiiO;?;!
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Ninetocnlhi'troit Pa it' iM
CommercinlAvutino ' ull,'
FLOUR, OR A IN AND HA j
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlifb8t Cosh Piicp Pal.t for Wheal.
HORRIBLE, IF TRUE,
And if Falso, Damnable! Tho TaK
of Cannibalism by tho
A Revolting Sto of tho Shocking,' Dis
coveries Mado ly Schley in the
Uauip of tho Sufferers.
The Death of the Dead Made to Cjn
tribute to the Life of the
Ni:v Yoiui, Auii-it The Timfs lhs
nioruiui; prlvts the following : Writtcu
docuiueuts now in the possession of the
.Navy Department ud t to the record i.
ini-erable sullV'riiit; already iiublisheil iu
counectiou with the lireely expedition, i
shocking stories of inhutii'Uiity and can-
Uihalism. All the facts have been iu tin;
lossession Seeretary Chandler lor thr,:e
week-, but have been closely "uarded.
For the s-ake of humanity the authoriti. s
are eiideavorin to keep the natter
hushed, but the faus will undoubtedly
come out. It will be i (.-member-cmJ
that In (.'oinuiander Schley's first dis
paleh to Secretary Chandler concerning
tiie lindin of the fin-fly r:'rty he said :
"1 would earnestly hii'cst that the
bodies now on board be placed iu metalic
cases here for safer and tetter transpor
tation hi a sea way. This appears to me
Imperative." As Mr. (.'handier was in
West l'oiut the dispatch was answered by
Hear Admiral Nichols. II ; said: "l.'se
your own discretion about the care and
transportation of the bodies." Sec
retary Chandler afterward teir'u'rapLed:
'Treparc thvin according to your judg
ment." iiiin.Ntj mi: iioi;i;oi:.
It took some (lays to prepare tho iron
caskets, which were all ooited and ri
ited. It was remarked at the time by
experienced ollieers that this would have
hard. y been necessary for tin- pn-scn atiou
of the fio.eti Uxlie.s. They could stife.y
have been brought on in wooden collins.
The design w:ts obviously to prevent
friends of the dead bi-iu ''iveu an op
portunity to look ;.t their reniaius. Kven
the sailors on the relief shij.s, with the
exception of a few whoassited in remov
ing the bodi-s, wti':; not uliowed to see
them. When C'oinniander Sch ey met
Secretary Chandle r and General lla.-u at
rortsmouth, on the arrival of t'.n .-liij.s
from St. Johns' ho was much itated
and called tho eiitltuieu into the cabin.
I'ndoubtedly he then communicated to
them ttle facts.
HiliiinK L l:loi:i.
The sua-r.ims and i.riat'ton of the
men in their canvas hut during the bitter
w. nter of 1S have not hail been told.
It has been published tnat after the g-imo
gave out in February they lived on seal
skins, lichens arid shrimps. As a matter
of lact, they were kept alive on human
ll.-sli. When the reseuin.' party di.-covered
the sunivors one of tin iu, a German,
was wild in his delirium. "Oh,"
he shrieked, the sailors took hold of him,
'Don't let tln-in shoot me as they did
poor Henry, mut I bo killed and eaten
us po ir Henry was? Don't let tltem do
it! Don't Don't:-' The sailors were
h -rrdled and reported the words to Com
mander Schley. Alter a brief investi;a
tion hi; felt satisiied that some of the:
men w ho perished had been stripped ol
tli i r ilesh to keep their survivals com
kx vmimni; I hi: i!niPii:s.
He instructed two or three gentlemen,
nmons whom was Dr. Ames, the Suria-ou
ot the liear, to make a carclul exainiuatioL
and put their conclusions iu writins.
This was done and the reports are now hi
the department, (ireely was adverse tc
havlim the bodies of the dead disturbed,
lie thought it wise, as they had been buried
so loiiir, to let them remain in theU
.'raves. Sculcy did not asree with him
The bodies were dug from the graves.
Most of the blankets contained nothing
but heaps of white bones, many of them
picked clean. The remains could b
identliled only by marks on tho blankets.
Sch.ey discovered that many of the seven
teen men said to have perished from
starvation had been eaten. It was the
last resort. Death stared the hungry
men in the face, but their hop: of lift
would hold out lor even a few weeks.
nii'Si: w iiu kscapkii mi: knifi:.
The only men who escaped the knife
were three or four w ho died of scurvy.
The amputated limbs of men who after
ward perished were cajjefly devoured.
Ch.is. 1J. Henry's death was'j-articularly
tragic. He was a young (ierman, with
out relatives in this country, atid joined
Company 1', Filth Cavalry, iu Cincin
nati. His friends tried to disuado
him from going, but his spirit of adven
ture was aroused by tales ol Arctic t x'
ploits, and hi determined to go. Driven
to despair by hunger Henry tried to steal
a little more than his share of ratious.
He was found out and shot. In the olll
cial report the death Is set down as hav
ing occurred June C. When the body
was found his bauds and face, though
shrunken were intact, but nearly every
where else the skin had been stripped and
tho llesh picked from the bones.
lllvUlT AND I.lXliS I'ATKX.
F.vcn his heart and lungs were eaten.
Onuribwas shattered by a bail, and to
another fragments of lead" were attached.
A bullet hole was in the sin. The body
was In this condition when it was In
terred in Cypress Hill Cemetery last
Saturday. The letter his Irieiut .Mr.
Hubert, S. Oberlelder, ol Sidney, Neb.,
is daily looking lor will probably nevet
come to light. The survivors were loth
to talk of the horrible experience they
had passed through, but after promises of
secrecy tli ir evid. .ice was taken lu writ
ing. Greely said he wished the men had
been rescued by the army Instead of the
navy. Ol course it was Impossible to
keep the actual state of affairs from the
crew, but absolute silence was imposed
upon them. Tho ollieers were not al
lowed to talk of what had occurred li:
lit MAX FLUSH l-()i: IIAIT.
One man who openly spoko lu tho
mess room about the Inhumanity ol
using fragments of human llesh as bait
for shrimps was severely reprimanded.
Not a Word ol the facts was given to
anybody until Schley mado his report.
A reporter iuestione I a few oll'io rs ou
the relief ships at tho navy yard last
evening. Some of them asserted flatly
that too bodies were not mutilated when
found mid scouted cannibalism. Cithers
admitted that tho bodies were shocking
to look upon, but attributed it to the
storm and Ice. Tho remains' were
wrapped Iu clothes as soon as possible,
mid some of the party did not seo them
at all. Schley declined to havo anything
to say about the bodies, more that In his
"Hi I you see Henry's body?" he was
"I did cot."
Of what did he die?"
"Starvation or scurvy, I believe."
SI- li i.i: Y XU.N-CI ).M Mil I A I..
"I)o you know whether he was shot?"
"I am not prepared to answer that
question," said the Commander, hur
riediy, "and, furthermore, I positively
decline to be interviewed When an of
lleiai inquiry is luide into the details of
the trip, I shall say what I have to say, if
anvthing, and not before."
Without another word the commander
hurried below. The members of tho
crew were more communicative, but con
flicting in their statements. Kuough
was said, however, to confirm somo of
the tig y stories alloat. At least a dozen
admitted that Henry was shot for steal
ing food, and cue man gave the name of
the survivor, who w -as compelled to shoot
him. This, however, could not be verl
lied. All but a few of the sailors ou the
liear h id forfeited their liberty and were
not adowed to gi ashore. Some of
them complained of tho treatment on the
COAL MINKliN IN A NEW KOI.K.
Thoy Sot up aa Missionaries and Preach
the Gospel of Smko.
I'll i.siamui, Fa., August 12. phe
nomenal expedition started for the Mo
nonanghela upper pools yesterday morn
ing, to use moral suasion upon the coal
miners and Induce them to desert the
mines until the standard price is paid.
Various attempts have beeu made, but so
far have been futile. So a grand persua
sive assault was determined upon
and a circular was issued
calling upon the strikers to
meet at the six-mile ferry. Several
miners gathered on the steamer Humbert,
and the boat proceeded up the .stream.
Fach man carried provisions to last sev
eral days. Tin; Humbert's missionaries
will be dropped off at various points and
set up tents. By association with the
miners and using arguments they hope to
Induce the men to quit. The lirst stop
wid be at Woods' Hun mines. The ex
pedition is under the care of Fresident
nil: jin.NVKK tp.iiscm:.
It is Absorbed by tan Republican iu.
the Interest of Senator Hill
Di:vvi:it, Coi.., August 12. The Den
ver Tri'"t,(?. has beeu absorbed by the
J:-jit.(i,::tn, and tho Tril-tiiu-li'-publk'iii
wai issued this morning by tho Jpulili
ni n l'ublishing Company, w hich has in
creased its capital stock to Sl'O" ,OoO. C.
F. K. Hayward, managing editor of the
'('i'cm lor over a ytar, has charge
ot tho new paper. Charley (deed, who
gave up the advertising depart
ment of the Sauta Fe Koad lour
months ago to ed t the Tribuur, will re
turn to the road probably, as it is not be-
j litved that J. C. Henry, late owner of the
; Tritne, will care to dabble further In
journalism, alter losing the money ho
has. This new.-pa per deal places the
most powerful Hepublican Newspapers of
the state in the hands of Senat.ir Hill
and Henry and Kd Woicott, who
owned the J ii(llioin. The new
paper will support Hill lor
re-election and one of the Wol
cotts for Governor, against lidl Ilamill
and ex-Senator Tabor, who will probably
form a combination with Chaffee, and
try to obtain the LK-uvcr.Wo-, Democratic,
as their organ. Tlie change is the be
ginning of the bitterest political light
Colorado has had since it became a
Ui iCA, X. Y., August 12. It was eleven
o'clock w hen the Workinguu-n's Conven
tion was called t- order this morning.
The committee ou permanent organization
reported for chairman John K. McLlee, of
I'tiea. First Vice-President, Joseph
Di-lehanty, of Cohoes; second Vice-President,
L. J. Greenwood, of Rochester;
Secretaries, W. II. Mollitt, of Auburn,
and John Phillips, of Brooklyn; Treas
urer, John Coughlin, of Albany; Senzeant-at-urms,
T. D. Shuter (colored;, ol I'tiea.
Considerable discussion was had over
t!ie name of McGee for President. Tho
I'tiea delegates with two or three excep
tions were iu favor of Geo. Ula r, but tit
length the ollieers were elected as recom
mended. The Committee on Keso.utious
made a report which was adopted.
The Wild Mai of the Woods.
I.Di isvii.u:, Kv., August 12. The peo
ple of Oldham County are much excited
over the antics of a wild man who is
roaming about through the woods. Ho
lirst made his appearance about sixteen
miles from this city a couple of weeks
ago, and since that time he has beeu
frightening tho women in farm
houses lu the county. The fellow is
mad as a March hare, and his mania
seems to be of violent kind. He thinks
tho telephono Is sending him all over the
country and that it ordered him to kill
and burn, lie has made efforts to tiro
several barns tuul farm houses. The
man Is described as being about fllty
years old, pale, well-dressed, and ema
ciated by exposure and hunger. He says
his name Is John .MeGuire. The fanners
are all excited and fear somo trouble will
result from his being allowed to run at
, A Civil Service Failure.
Ai'uit.x, X. V., August 12. The keeper
lu a lunatic asylum for Insane criminals
named Hall last night assisted an inmate
named l'it.patrick, originally sentenced
from Xew York to Sing Slug prison, to
escape. Xo traco ol them has been
found. Fitzpatrlck's lunacy Is of a homi
cidal nature, and he Is u dangerous man
to bo at large. The escape seems to have
been put up by Fitzpatrlck's friends, as
Hall, who was n new keeper appointed
solely under the civil service rules was
personally unknown and uurecoiumcndcd
to Superintendent McDonald.
Mkmimiis, Tksw., August 12. Tho va
rious lines composing the new railroad
from Memphis to Xew Orleans consol
ldated yesterday under tho namo of tho
Louisville, Xew Orleans & Texas Rail
road. There now remains but ono gap
of tweuly miles. Tho ollieers arc H. T.
Wilson, Prosldcnti J. M. Kdwards, Vlco
l'reslcleut; C. 11. Kosher, Secretary T.'
II, Davis, Treasurer.
t Moots in Jofforaon City To Ap
point Presidential Eloc
tors. Au-1 to Nomiaato a State Ticket -Opening
Sc-;:es cf th-5 Day's Session
EJ Butl-.-r Causes a Tumult.
TV.-: New Central Committee Appointed
and Lists of New Electors
Ju-n.nsos Ciiv, Mu., August 12.
At lutUu Chairman O'Day called the Con
vention to order and read the call of
ihe State Committee. He then con
gratulated the party ou its harmonious
in ! prosperous condition, lu State and
Natlui. He said the present Democratic
Lommittee fouu.l the . par.y lu
this Mate defeated iu live or sir
Congressional Districts, and he
wis proud to surrender the trust Im
posed on that committee with tho record
of a solid Democratic delegatbn lu Con
gress. .Applause. I There are two
hopes possessed by Republicans In the
state and Xatiou. First, that the Demo
crats ol the State aud Xatiou will mako
mistakes iu their nominatl us, but the
speaker thought that whoever was
nominated this day, no matter what
to.VMXlION- Willi ill K WAK,
would bo ahuudantly Indorsed at the
pol.s. The second Hepublican hope was
to defeat Cleveland by an imaginary dis
affection of what is known as the Irish
vote. "As a native of that noble land,
:h --rishiug all its traditions hallowed by
the blood of persecution," said O'Day,
"I think I can speak for the Irishmen in
this state, and I declare that they will
: ist a soiid vote for (irover Cleveland."
llli: IKMI'nnvltY UI.UKMA.V.
Mr. O'Day then introduced Gideon F.
Uothwell, of Randolph County, who
made a lengthy speech. Before assum
ing the position as temporary chairman
of the Convention, he reviewed the his
history of governments and parties in
eloqm nt language. In concluding his
speech Rothweli paid a glowing compli
ment to the State Central Committee,
md promised a larger majority than ever
(or the nominees of the Convention.
Temporary ollieers were next called
for, and Clerk Single assumed the stand
with his aids, on motion of V. 11.
I'helps the roll of Congressional districts
was called lor committeeeon credentials,
permanent organization, platform and
order of business, electors aud State
THE KlOUlll lilSlllK T.
The fust turbulent demonstration oc
curred when Billy Baggott endeavored to
addrcs; the Chair. He was greeted with
hoots, hisses and rattling of spittoot.s.
The Jlighth District delegates then began
to present their boitlcd-up bitterness. Kd
Butler struggled for recognition and was
even introduced by Baggott, but failed,
o' Fallon displayed considerable bun-L-ouibe
in demanding that thu Kighth
District be represented ou the Commit
tee on Credentials. Wlsby, of Webster,
moved that the E ghtli Distr.ct be per
mitted to present its representatives ou
the committee, Its S:ate committeeman
and (dector alter the credentials ol the
committee were reported. Adopted.
Tf Hill I.K.N CK lSltoKK KIT
afresh when Gaicnnie moved to approve
the reports of the names of committee
men except the Kighth. Kd Butler ar
raigned t ho Convention lor unfairness,
but was hissed. Ryan urged that nobody
had a right to speak for the K.glith Dis
trict, i.atsiiaw said the man iroin the
F.ighth District who held credentials
should be temporarily seated. o'Fallon,
Butler and McGarty discussed the ques
tion. In the midst of excitement the
Convention adjourned till two o'clock.
Tha N.'W Committee.
Ji-'.riT.nsiiN- City, Mo., August 12.
The new Central Committee is as lol
First District, Dr. Shields, of Marion.
Second District. J. T. McClanahau, of
Third District J. M. R ley, of Clin
ton. Fourth District, J L. Carlack, of
Fifth lMstrict, Dr. M. Muuiford, of
Sixth District, John S. Flliot, ol
Seventh District, J. W. Booth, of Frank
lin. Kighth District, K. A. Xoonan, ol St.
Ninth District, R. D. Lancaster, of St.
Tenth District, no election.
Lleveiith District, S. T. Harrison, of
Twoiltu District, D. P. Stratton, of
Thirteenth District, John O'Day, of
Fourteenth DUtrict, Thomas I). Fer
guson, of Butler.
It w ill be noticed that only live ol the
tild committee are te-elected.
Ji:kit.i:son City, Mo., August 12.
The electors are as follows:
First District, .las Kllison.
Second District, G. F. Hothwcll.
Third District, A W. Kelsoe.
Fourth D strict, Thos. II. Parrlsh.
Filth District, John N. Southern.
Sixth District, K. C. More.
Seventh District, Nat. C. Drydcn.
Kighth District, John I. Martin.
Ninth District, Geo. W. Allen.
Tenth District, John I-'. o'Fallon.
Klevi-nth District, K. A. Seay.
Twi' Ith District, D. A. Dearman.
Thirteenth District, O. II. Travers.
Fourteenth District, Joseph J. Russell.
How to Secure Temperance,.
Sauatoua, X. Y., August 12. Political
prohibition was tho subject under dis
cussion at a meeting of one hundred
mlulsters hero to-day. Rev. Dr. S. T.
Spear, although a strong prohibitionist,
declared his Intention of voting for
B.ulno and not lor St. John, for tho
reason that tho judgment of practical
voters lias been ulthorto over
whelmingly against a prohibition
party. Tno gruat body of temporanco
advocates aro opposed, ho thinks, to pro-
hlbitiou as a distinct Issue, and tho strict
prohibitionists aro so few in number,
compared with tho whole mass ot voters,
that by acting as a separato party they
are simply anudiUat'mg their own. power.
Dr. Spear called attention to tho lact
that tho liquor Interest have never set
up an Independent ticket ol Prestdi n
tial candidates who would support tho
Ireo use of rum, but lias allied Itself with i
one of the existing parties, aud through
that alliance sought to secure favorable
legislation. In Maine, Iowa and Kansas,
he contended the recent success of pro
hibition was won by the friends of tem
perance voting with the Republican party.
Absolute prohibition did not furnish
a basis broad enough lor the perpetua
tion of a party, which could ever gain
control ol State or Federal Government.
Dr. Spear therefore argued in favor of
an alliance w ith the party that most en
courages temperance, and that party Is
led by James G. Blaiuo. This deduction
seemed to be well received by tho doc
tor's brother ministers.
HASH HA I.I. HKKVITIKS.
Score of Oames Played on Mondxy,
Chicago, 11!. Uuff.ilos, il; Chlcagos, ti.
Game caded on account of darkness.
lame was given to Buffalo bv I'mpirc
Decker over a dispute in lirst half in
Brooklyn, X. V. Brooklyn., 2; Ath-
Providence, R. I. Providences, ;i;
Bostons, 1 .
Baltimore, Md. Baltimoies, 10; Al-
Columbus, o. Columbus, 11; Indian-
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphias, s;
Xi-w Yorks, li.
Xew York Metropolitans, 1; Virgin
Detroit, Mich. Cleveland, S; Do-
Boston, Mass. National Unions, j;
Boston Unions, 3.
The weather to-day is clear and warm,
aud tho track lu tine condition. There Is
a good attendance.
First Race Kentucky stakes, two-
year-olds, three-quarters mile: Won by
Llzzlo Dwyer; llait, second; Radh.i,
third. Time, 1:17 1-2. Mutuals paid f?;i.
Second Race Grand prize of Saratoga,
handicap sweepstakes for all agesj on-,)
and three-fourth miles: Won by General
Monroe; Lucky 1!., second; Referee,
third. Time, o-O'J. Mutuals, S'.t.uu.
Brighton Beach Haces.
Xew Yoiik, August 12. Yesterday was
the fortieth day of the racing season at
Brighton Beach. There wero seven
events ou tho programme, ail of which
were well filled.
First Race For maiden three-year-olds
and upwards, the furlongs-. G. 15., first;
Jeff llarringtou, second; Dot, third.
Tune, 1 :0j.
Second Race Maiden three-year-old t
and upwards, live lurlongs-. Dell Gar
land, lirst; Florence J., second; Forlorn,
third. Time, 1 .-oj 3-4.
Third Race Selling allowances, ono
mile: Unknown, first; Tony Foster, sec
ond; Frank Kuuyaii, third. Time,
1:4 3 :'.-.
Fourth Race Handicap for all ages,
one and one-eighth miles : Hickory Jim,
lirst; Carley li , second; Arsenic, third.
Time, 1 :37 1-2.
Filth Race AH ages, one aud otic-quar-ter
miles: Jim Carlisle, lirst; Treasurer,
second; Bouncer, third. Time, 2:1 1 1-2.
Sixth Race For beaten horses: throe
quarters mile: Charley Kpps, tirst; Que
bec, second; Laura G., third. Time,
1 :1M 1-2.
Seventh Race Handicap, one and one
half miles over six hurdles: Charley
Kpps, first; Correct, second. Others did
not finish. Time, 3:00 1-2.
Ciik'ai.o, I i.i.., August 12. The races
at the Driving Park were well attended
yesterday. The weather was tine and tho
First Race One and one-eighth miles,
for all ages: Bonnie Australian won;
Ballar I, second; Thadv, third. Time,
Second Race one mlic: La Belle X.
won; Cetitervllle, second ; Idle Pat, third.
Time, 1 :13 1-2.
Third Race Three-quarters of a mile,
for maids, three-year-olds: llelianthus
won; Tony Pastor, second; llarpoou,
third. Time, 1:17.
Fourth Race Five-eighths mile, for
two-year-old non-winners: K litor won;
Maggie M., second; Tantrum, third.
Filth Race Half-mile, for all ages:
Bluebird won; Dudley Oaks, second;
Lucy Walter, third. Time, 4:b
Fast Tima on a Tricyole.
Boston', Mass., August 12. Tho sec
ond annual tricycle race of tho Boston
Bicycle Club was held this morning over
the course between South Natick and
Boston. K. P. Buruhatn, of the Newton
club, made the seventeen miles iu ono
hour, fourteen minutes and forty sec
onds, beating the record. Burnham re
ceived a gold medal as winner ol the raco
and a gold record medal for the beating
of the time 1:27-43 -made by Mr. Stall
in tho race of last year.
A Maniuo Shoots Himsalf.
Foitn.ANP, Our.., August 12 . Jas.
Hawkins, an old resident ol tho town of
Ilwaco, lu Washington Territory, had
been acting strangely some time, and was
believed to bo demented. Sunday ho be
came very violent and attempted to mur
der tho family, which consists of his wife
and six small children. They lied to the
woods near tho house hotly pursued by
thu lurious maniac. All managed to es
cape aud hide In tho dense brush. Haw
kins abandoned tho pursuit and returned
to the house. NVIghbors, hearing the re
port of a cuu, broko open tho door and
found ilaw:klns lying dead on tho lloor,
with a bullet through his brain.
Horrible Pistol Practice.
Swnz City, Ind , August 13. Georgo
Rankin was yesterday showing his broth
er James, s x years old, how to handle u
self-cocking revolver, when the weapon
wont off, tho bullet entering tho head ol
tho llttlo boy just below tho eye, caus
lug Instant death. Filled with horror at
tho calamity attending bis carelessness,
George turned tho mur.le ol tho weapon
to his own breast, and fired. The ball
entered his heart, and ho dropped dead.
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