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DAILY CAIRO ' BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILL.,- THURSDAY MORNING, OCl'OBBK 0, 188k
IN THE PASTRY
YanllU,lNon,Oraate, ate., favor Cakca,
Creaaw.Pudillnn, Ac... delicately aad oat.
rally ita the fruit from which they are made.
FOR STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR TIIEY STAND ALONE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, ill. st. Louis, Mo.
tir.Crlci's Cream Baking Powdir
Dr. Price's Ltipulin Yeast Gems,
Beat Dry flop Y.a.t.
3FOXJ BALE 13Y GS60CEX5S.
WE MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY.
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Bole Ajjent foi the Celebrated
alto carries the !rgeit and belt lelected itock oi
vcr brought to the elty. Prlcci ranging from the
loveit iur . cbtap tove np to the cloaert ogarM
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Bullduri' Hardware, tod a complete assortment of
Tinware, Granlteware, Eartbeaw&re and a general
line ofUouie Rurnl.htn.' Good, Limp., Fixture,
etc. Call andxmln . beloru purchasing.
Corner l'itb and Commercial Arena., Cairo, 111.
Telephone Ho. lit.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Succeascr to Chas. T. Newland and
Plumbet, fa and Gas Fit
Commercial Ave , bet. feutli and Ele
CAIRO : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pompi furnished and
pot up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"'
be best pomp ever Invented. New Gas Filiates
orntshed to order. Old fixtures repaired and
I3(r Jobbing promptly attended to 319-tl
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Miucral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have a mil and complete Hn of
Unci; Goods, Dusters, Notions,, Etc,
A he avy itock ol Body Brustule, Taper
tries aud inurnln
A full itock ot Oil Cloths, til slsos and prlcci.
All UoikIm nt Bottom Prloead
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLKHA.LE AND RETAIL.
The LarKMt Variety Stock
IN TH1C CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
XT-pirn TfttiTrarvfT)U nn
A PERFIDIOUS FRIEND,
Clayton E. Newbold, a New York
Broker, Requites Oonfldenoo
Being Introduced to the Wife of His
Friend, He Flays a Double Game
For Her Undoing.
The Deserted Husband's Strategy All
Parties Missing And the Mys
New York, October 8. Mr. an t Mrs.
Stratford 1. Davidson were married In
tola city tweuty years ago, and about a
year ago, Davidson took homo to dinner
tu their apart tnunls Intho Vienna Flats at
813 West Twenty-third strt et, a dashing
geutleinan, f jrty years old, Mr. Clayton
K Newbold, a member ot the New York
Milling Stock aud National Petroleum
Exchange. The wlfo and new acquaint
aoce scornod mutually pleased with one
another and Mr. Davidson sal 1 tbat they
should become lrlends. Mr. Newbold
wa always cordially received, especially
and Davidson and he both being brokers
and members ot the Union Club wero
Intimate and were regarded by their ac
quaintances as Inseparable friends.
Snie time ago Davidson lost a large
amount ol mouey when Newbold proved
himself a friend in need and they becanio
partners. While Ncwboid did bus ncss
on the Door of the Exchange his partner
was at the Union Ciub, aud lu the
evening they met at the club bouse and
compared notes. Newbold continued to
make frequent visits to his partner's
borne, aud be and Mrs. Davidson became
Very intimate. A lew weeks ago, h w
ever, Davidson ascertained th it during
bis abst-nce from the city bis partner and
his wife went o t riding together, and
on some occasions it was said they re
mained away for days at a lime. Last
Thursday Mrs. Davidson
KISSKD HKIt HLSIUXD (i(IOI)-IIYK,
saying that she was about to visit friends
In Knijlewood, N. J. The day fo. lowing
her husband ascertained that she bud
not reached that place, but was enjoying
herseif In another resort la company
with a gentleman of Newbold's descrip
tion. Ills discovery was communlc ited
to them, and it was followed by
Newbold's appearance on the lloor of
the Exchange on .Saturday lat. Ho
did not visit the Union Club, but in
the afternoon left the cltv and be has nolf
since been seen. On Monday evening
Mrs. Davidson alighted ftom a cab in
trout ot her former residence. She rang
the bell a dozen times but no one an
swered. She then went to the rear of
the flit occupied by Dr. W. Cleveland
and his family and Induced a servant to
open the door, when she entered the hall
way and burned to her apartments on
the ft st noor. There she fonnd
TUK DOORS LOCKED,
and her colored servant politely Informed
her tbat her husband bad given orders
tbat neither, his wife nor any person
should be admitted to hi rooms, lie
bad further commanded that the furni
ture should be placed in readiness for
removal, and had given notice that the
apartments were to be let.
"I shall go to a hotel," said Mrs.
Davidson, excitedly. "I did not elope,
and any one who -ays so lies. I had
reason to visit friends, and when this is
investigated every one will find that I
speak the truth."
Mrs. Davidson hastened to her carriage,
whispered a word to the driver, stepped
luslde, and was driven toward the cast
side. No attempt was made to follow the
cab, but it Is said that It left Mrs. David
A GENTLEMAN' COMPANION
at the entrance ot a well-known Sixth
avenue hotel. The clerk at the desk de
nied positively yesterday that any per
sons bearing the descrlp ion of the wife
nd ber companion wero guests there.
Nothing has been seen of Mrs. Davidson
since, nor has Newbold appeared in his
usual haunts. Davidson, to , has been
absent from his home for two dars, an
cannot be found. It was said to-day that
Newbold bad been married within a year
to a very attractive young lady, and that
they resided at No. G8 West Twelfth
street. Inquiry there resulted In a posi
tive denial that any one of that name had
ever boarded there. It is said that all
that rcmalus of Davidson's wealth is lu
his wife's name.
TnK CIl'HEK SOLVED.
An Important Arrest at An Opportune
Toi'kka, Kas., October 8. Somo days
ago a mau named Weber was arrested on.
suspicion of being a burglar, and on his
person was found a quanll y of burglars'
tools and a bank book containing au In
genious cipher written in German. The
cipher has been solved and a good deal of
the writing translated. It gives a num
ber of routes in Kansas, Including the
population of towns and locations of cer
tain stores with minute Instructions as to
bow to enter them and the best means td
be used to opeu the sates, cash drawers,
etc. Tho uunuis ot several Topeka linns'
sro mentioned, and October 4th was tho
day tlxe'd fori ho raid, lu which Weber
was to bo assisted by his entire gang, lid
was arrested ou that day.
A Heavy Burglary.
Bukkalo, N. Y., Octobor 8. A New
comb special to tho Evening Telegram
from l'orry, says i There was aj-ald by
burglars here last night. Noble & Sons'
coal oftlco, Tomllusou's mill, Sweet's
market aud Tallmuge's wagon-shop were
entered. At Noblo & Sons' the burglars
secured (21,000 in Arkansas levee bonds,
923,000 in mortgages aud 975 lu cah.
At Toinllnson'B 4150 lu cash was se
cured, The tools used to opon the safe
were taken from Talmage's shop. Thd
burglars woro evidently professionals as
It was a neat Job. It Is thought tho burg,
lary was done by four. men. Telegrams'
have been sent out In every direction,
and all officers are on tho alert. A re.
ward of Q250 Is offered for their cap
turo. TOKN BX TIUKU9.
Horrible Experience of An Employe oi
, , Forapaugh's Olrcus.
ing the ventilator In a cage this mornlug,
bad his hand selzod by a tiger. While
trylug to releaso himself bo was solzod by
two tigers, aud dragged Inside the cage.
The animals were dually beaten off with
iron bars, after Clark's arms and legs bad
been horribly cruncbed an mutilated.
Want to Corns Back.
Louisvillk, Ky , October 8. Jacob
Smyser of this city returned from a visit
to Canada la ft night, where he saw the
Buchanans of the Newcomb-Buchauan
Company, lie talked with them at Wind
sor, and they expressed a desire to return
toLoulsvillo and help straighten out ma1;
ters If they would be allowed to go free.'
Georgo Buchanan says he can takechargo
of the affairs, settle thorn, and have 1500,
An Ooaan Baca.
New YoitK, October 8. The steamer
Oregon of the Cunard Line, and Ameri
can, of the National Line, sailed for
Liverpool at the same hour this morn
ing. There have been so'jio heavy bets
made on the resut. Tho farmer's fast
est east-bound record is six days, eleven
hours aud nU.ie mluuics, tho latter's six
days, fourteen hours and eighteen min
utes. Killed by a Locomotive.
NoiiTit Adams, Mass., October 8.
Georgo Hall and hi sister Aggie, wbllo
crossing tho railroad track lu a carriage,
were killed by a Boston, iloosac Tunnel
& Westeru train at eight o'clock last
it ask uall lmuvmKs.
f core ot Games Plays i on Tuesday,
Cleveland, O. Providences, 9; Cleve
Pittsburgh, Pa. Cincinnati, 8; AUo
Phlladelpiia, Pa. Athletics, 8; In
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore.', C; Louis
vllles, 4. Light innings; game cat ed on
account of darkness.
Detroit, Mich. Dctrolts, 5; New
New York St. LouW, 0; Metropoli
tans, 0. Niuj innlugs; game called on
account ot darkness.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Toledo, 4; Brook
lyns, 4. Eight lnuinin; g me called on
account of darkness.
Buffalo, N. Y.-ProvUenccs, 7; But
Cincinnati, O., October 8. At the
Latonia races yesterday there was a f iir
attendance, the weather Hue aud track
dusty, but fast.
Tirst Race Seven and one-half fur
longs: Aleck Ameut, tlrst; Pericles,
secoud; Ferg Kyle, third. Time, 1:36
3-4.' Mutual paid 871.
Second Race, first dlvblon Five fur
longs: Trasseau, lirst; lieu. Thompson,
second; Whisperine, third. Time, 1:03
1-4 Mmuals paid $40.80.
S-cond Hice, second division Five
furlongs: lia-i .Ira, first; Strickland, sec
ond; Nora M., third. Time, 1:03. Ma
tuals paid $73 00.
Third liace Tobacco stakes; one
mile and aquarter: .Biuette, that; Bor
eas, secoud; Malaria, third. Time, 2:15.
Mutuals paid $7.20.
Fourth Rico Handicap; one aud
three-eighth miles: Saunterer, first;
Loftin. secoud; Vlrgla llearne, third.
Time, 2:25. Mutuals pal l 8100.70.
Filth Race Handicap hurdle; one and
one-half miles, over six hurdles : Guy,
(list; King Dutchman, second; P. Line,
third. Time, 2:51 1-2. Mutuals paid
Jercma Park Raosi.
New York, October 8. Fine weather
aud a good track attracted a la ge crowd
to Jerorao Park yesterday. There were
six excellent races, nearly all tho finishes
of which wero very close.
First Race All ages; three fourths of
a mile: Jim Rcnwlck, first; Strathspey,
secoud; Lady Loud, third. Time,
Second Race Two-year-olds; three
fourths of a mile: Miss Daly, first;
Coral, second; Frauk Mullens, third.
Time, 1:20 1-2.
Third Race Handicap for all ages;
one mile: Roy S. Clnkei first; Himalaya,
second; Shenandoah, third. Time,
Fourth Race Handicap for all ages;
one and one-half miles: Royal Arch,
first; General Monroe, second; Duplex,
third. Time, 2:41.
Fifth Race Three-year-olds and up
wards; ouo and one-fourth miles: Biue
Bell, first; Tolu, second; Joe Mitchell,
third. Time, 2:15.
Sixth Race Steeple chuso over tho
short course: Charlemagne, first; Dis
turbance, second; Echo, third. Time,
Ovircoms With Nervous Prostration.
New York, October 8. Mine. Janlsch
was suddenly overcome with nervous
prostration last evening, and fell in a
swoon upon the stage of tho New York
Theatre, at tho close of tho third act,
just as she had ilulshed the letter see no
in the play of "Louisa." The curtain
hud to be rung down and a physician,
Dr. Pope, was hastily buuimoned. Ho
pronounced hor attack one of extreme
exhaustion fr m arduous and protracted
physical aud mental exertion. Tho most
strenuous efforts to restore Janlsch to a
condition that would allow her to finish
tho p rformauce proved unavailing, and
tho management of tho house wero com
pelled to dismiss tho audionce.
Intense excitement prevailed until the
causo ot the lady's mishap becama gener
ally understood, wh u expressions of
synr ulhy wete heard on every side as the
people qu ctly dispersed, many ladles bo
lng in tears.
Mine. Janlsch wa conveyed as soon as
pract cable to tho Victoria Hotel, but
was not entirely out ot her nervous con
vulsions whon she arrived there. It ca i;
not bo statod at this writing what effect
this sudden prostration will have upon
her engagement, and tho doctors expresa
serious doubts of her ability to resume
playing at once.
Want Down With a Brldffs.
Mauysvim.k, Mo., Octobor 8. A
bridge on the Wabash, St. LouW & 1'acl-j
flc Railroad near here, weut down with
an engine und six freight cars last night
Into the stream, which was swollen with)
tho lato rains. Engineer Cornt-li was
hurled with th enuUi ami klllnd. ;,Tha
An Open Letter From General It.
A. Algor to Rev. Henry
Paokad Humanity at Maasillon, Oliio
Blaine's Eight-Mile Trip in a Oar
riago and What He Saw.
Mr. Tilden's Answer What the Coun
try Needs and How to
An Op in Lnter Fi om B. A. Alger ta
Henry Ward B teoher.
Detroit, Mich., October 7. Tho fol
lowing open letter from General R. A.
Alger, of this city, to Henry Ward
Bcccher, was made public last night.
Detroit, Mich., October 7, 1884.
Jkv. Iknrij H'trdlhecher, lirooklyn:
Mv Dear Sir: The newspapers of to
day publish your letter of yesterday's
date, directed to me, concerning the Joy
Blaine Llttio Itock bonds affair, and pos
sibly, In due course f mail, I mav re
ceive the oi Uloul letter from you. How
ever, I hasten to reply through the sumo
medium which brought your letter to my
1 beg to luforin you that where Mr. Joy
Is known, he is not considered to bo
the guileless Individual who can be mis
led by a cablegram from any person, nor
is be a man to allow the character of an
other to be uujustly tur,.isbed when it is
lu his power to do justice. .My cable to
Mr Joy was Intended to call his atten
tion to the Little R ck bond affair, a mat
ter which he doubtless understands thor
ough y, aud I believe bis reply, clean cut
as It Is, was intended to refute tho whole
1 had a conversation with Mr. Joy somo
years ago concerning tlio utter, and
before his nominating speech of Mr.
BlaiUd lu b0, and although I cannot
givey u the full dct ills of tho conversa
tion, the- Impression le.'t upon my mind
was that he, tit the time tin; proposition
was made to ill m by some thi d parties
to take certain bonds lu Washington,
supposed the proposition came iroin Mr.
Blaiu", but subscqu ntly becamo con
vinced that the parlies themselves were
tho ones who were trying to 'sell the
bonds and that ho had done Mr. Blaine
an injustice. Doubtless ha I ho remem
bered mentioning the matter to you he
would have given a further expl n ation
of it h d opportunity been given hi in.
This lmpresioa was so strong In my
miud that when I saw ycur communica
tion concerning the uffiir, I at once
cabled Mr. J y aud received tho reply I
expected, and have no doubt be intended
to ful y and thoroughly refute every
charge against Mr. B.aiuo in connection
with the affair.
Mr. Joy Is uot the m in to b .at around
the bnsh and say things he does not
mean, nor to shirk any responsibility,
and tnoso who know him know that ho
deals in no uncertain isnmge in wbatc
fiver he has to say, and that he never
dodges an issue. H seems to me incred
ible that any business man should be
lieve Mr. lilalue so weak as to
st-ud such a, proposition to
another business man as was
alleged in this matter and thus
allow himself to bo subjected to ruin,
even though ho had no moral objections
to making such a criminal proposition as
is reported to have been made In this
charge. If I believed blm so weak I
would not support him tor the Presiden
cy, though ho might be as pure as St.
Paul himself. When Mr. Joy returns
from Europe I bopo you will seizj tho
first opportunity to have an inter
view with blm, and if you find
you are doing ' Mr. Blaine an in
justice, as I thoroughly believe you arc,
that you will as publicly apologize to tho
American peoplo for tho wrong you bavo
done him and the Republican party as
you have been active in trying to ruin
both. Mr. Joy is uot tho man to have
accepted the great trust bo did in 1880,
when he presented the name of Mr. Blaluo
to the Chicago Convcutiou for tho
nomination as President, had ho bo leved
him guilty of any unfair dealing or of
prostituting bis high oillue for gain."
Signed R. A. Alger.
Massillo.v, O., October 8. This Is the
biggest political field day ever known In
tho history of Stark County. At ten
o'clock tho streets coutalnel a dense
mass of people, and tho half had not yet
arrived. The Akron delegation alone
contained four thousand poisons. Long
traius bavo arrived every few minutes
during tho morning. Nearly every busi
ness block and residence is decorated.
Tho streets are impassable aud hundreds
will be unable to ilud lodging. Upwards
of one buudred thousaud peoplo already
throng the streets.
Tho parado should have started at
eleven o'clock, but tho crushing mass of
humanity iu the street prevented move
ment on the purt of the procession.
Blaine arrived this morning.
Tho town Is too small by half to ac
commodate the enormous crowd. Tho
procession moved shortly beforo noou.
The Blulno party reviewed tho parado
from tbo grand stand. Tbero were over
10,000 men In line. Portraits ot Lincoln,
Grant and Garfield were displayed. Ou
t ie parado cioslug, a heavy ruin swept
over the town, aud thousands were
unablo to secure shelter.
Bin n3 at Maasillon.
Massii.i.on, O., October 8. Bluliw
slept well lat night, aud arose this morn
ing at ulno o'clock relroshed. A carriage
with four whlto horses conveyed him
from Cautou to Masslllou, eight miles,
making an enjoyable trip. Mr. Blaine
preferred this mode of travollng, rather
than by rail, the drlvo affording an agreo
Masslllou Is thronged with people,
Spec al traius from towns and cities
within a adlus ot 100 miles arrive hour
ly, brluglng largo delegations. The town
is beautifully decorated.
New York, Octo or 8. Sir John A.
MacDouald, Premier ot Canada, said last
night Canadians are watching the Amer
ican election campaign with groai Inter
est, Th.y bad f und the protective tarlfl
so proUia lo themselves that they ware
surprised that free trade should evon bi
mentioned In tho Uulted States. Five
t f aini,pfif1 thn f"rlff, ilv"" '""',
' A Vary Dlleate Matter.
New York, October 8. Minister Mor
ton, who was Invited to call on President
Arthur yesterday, was asked It be had
been offered tho Secretaryship ot tbo
Treasury, and If ho wou 1 accept tho
position If tendered hlin. "That Is a
delicate matter," lie suld, "and I would
prefer to say nothing about It."
Logan Ea Bouce for Philadelphia.
Wasiiinotov. D. C October 8. Gen
eral Logan, escorted by a delegation of
the Republican Club ot Philadelphia, left
at 8:20 a. ra. via tho Baltimore & Poto
ln ic, en route for Philadelphia, where ho
wut oo icnaer. a a grand reception.
Passed Assistant burceou 8. A. Brown
has resigned from the Navy.
They Feel Thulr Weakness.
Brooklyn, N. Y., October 8. A But
ler meeting ut Go d aud High street last
night was broken up by a mob of roughs,
who stoned and rotten-egged the speak.
They Fail to Tempt the Beolplents From
Their Alleglano ).
Jkkkehson City, Mo, October 8.
N. C. Burcb, the newly nominated candi
date for Secretary of State by tho Macon'
City Republican Couveution, treats the'
whole matter in tho light Jf a joke. Ho
says he has no Ide i that thero was a half
dozen men In attendance at the Conven
tion, and he is a strong advocate ot the
fusion movement and takes no stock la
either Mr. Beach or his convention. '
Ex-Oav.'rnor Tilden Anawars the Spec
ial Committee of tbo National
New York, October 8. After sev
eral weeks of delay occasioned by his
feeble co ndition aud the constant
and pressing demands of private af
fairs upon his time and attent on, ex
Governor Samuel J. Tilden has fouud an
opportunity to answer tho communica
tion ot the sp clal committee of tho
National Democratic Convention. Ills
reply was as follows s
Gukystonk, Octobor 8.
Mr. CUalnivm awl Genllmnen of the Committee:
I tliunk you for the kind tvrmtt in which you.
1 1 live (MiniliHinii aloil resolutions uonoorniiHT
me tiilohiecl by tlm lute NhUomhI Puinoerutio
Convention. I hIiiu'o your conviction Unit
retorni iu tin1 ii.lm n:HUiulnu of the K'dorid
(iovernim.'iit, wtiion is our imtut Na
tional want, tiinl Is indeed cHentlnl to
the res oriiliou unit iinwrvntion 01' th Gov
ernment itself, ran only bo iicliieved tlirouuli
tlie m.'cnpy of tho llema riiilu pnrty und by
instudnnr its repre-ontiitlvcH in tho chief
inHMT'Htiauy of t ho I nite i ! t lies. Tho noblo
liiHorie.il tm.litl ns of lint iJumoomiic party;
the principles In wliicii it was cdoeiitea, and
to wliieh il has over been lu the main faith
ful; its freedom from corrupt lntluonoeiv
which grow up in prolonueJ ponse union of
I ower, and the naturo of ttio eloinonW which'
constii iii4) it, all contribute to iiualify it for
RKI'l llLICAM CrUttAOTWtrHTlCS,
The opposite cbflraotortstlos and oondlUona
which iittHi li to thu Republican party make If
hopele-8 to expect Unit that party will he able
to (five better irovttrmiient than the UeboHiuir
system of abuses, willed, durinir its ascend
ency has Infected oflioiul and iiollUoal life in
The Democratic party bad Its orfjrln in the
efforts of tho moru advanced patriots of tho
devolution to resist porversioii of our Oovern
in 'lit from tho Ideal conlomplutod by tho
people. Ainonif It.s conspioiiou founders are
llenj. Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, Kami.
Adams und J no. Hancock, of MiisHachuscus,
Ceo. Clinton and Kolx-rt lt.Mv'lnstine, of New
York, und (ieorvo Wyth and James Madison,,
of Virginia. Kroin thu election of Mr. JofforJ
son i.s President In WW for sixty years tho
Democratic puny diivctod our National poli
cy. It extended thn boundaries of tho It)
public nnd laid the foundation of nil our Na
lioniil frrontnu"R, whllu It piAsurvod the limi
tation Imposed by the constitution and main
tained tho hlmploand pure system of douios
in the other hand tho Republican party has
always been dnminutH by tho principles
which favor legislation for thobunohtof par
tlciilur classes at tho eiponso of tho body of
tin people. It baa become deeply tainti-d
With the abuses which uutunilly urow updur
linr ioiitf possession of unchecked powvr. eJ
pcclally in a period of civil wnr and fain
llmiiico. Tbo putrlotlo and virtuous elements
in it are now unable to emancipate. It from tho
swav of selllsh Interests which subordinate
public duty to personal (rrecd. Tho most
hopeful of the best citizens It contains do
tpalr of Its amendment exoopt through its
temporary expulsion from power,
it hits been boiistintrly asserted by a modern
Mii.-sachusetts statesman, struKidlnir to rec
oncile himself and his followers to its Pnwt
dentiul candidate, that tho Kepublleiui party
contains a disproportionate share of the
wealth, the culture and the tntolliirotieo of the
country? The unprincipled (i nil ton, whim
taunted by James II, with his penwMiul'
wuiit of couscienon, answered: "That is
true, but I lieluutr to a purty that
lias a Ki-cut deal of conscience."
Such reasonors foriret that tho sumo olalm
has been made In all aires und countries by
the defenders of nil wrongs airalnst now re
forms. It win allowed by thu torlesof the.
American revolution luralnst tho patriots of.
Unit day; It was repented uirainHt Jofforson.
and afterward airuinst Jackson. It Is alleged
by I ho Conservatives auralnst those who In
I'.nuland are now endeavoring to enlarge the
All history showed that reform In Govern
ment must not be from those who sit serenely
on the social mountain tops, cyolnir tho
ticnctlts of tho ' existing order of things.
Kven l ho divlnn author of our religion'
found his followers not among complacent
1'liarlsees, but among lowly-iuludod Usher
men. The Republican party Is largely made up of
thoso wlio llvo by their wlU and who aspire to
advantage over Ihorestof mankind, similar
to which their dally live uro devoted to se
curing lu private business.
Tho Deiuocratlu party consists largely of
those who live by tho workof their hands, und
whose political action Is governed by their
sentiments or imagination.
It results that the Itcmocratlo more readily
than the Republican party can bo moulded to
the support of reform measures which Involve
n Buoi illco of selllsh interests. The Indis
pensable necessity of our times is a chnngo
of administration In tho groat executive
olllces of the country. This In my Judg
ment cnn only ho uucnmpllshod by the elec
tion of I ho lioiuoemtlo candidates for Presi
dent and Vlou-i'iosli out.
iHlgnedl Hami:ki, J. Tll.PK.
To It. ll. Henrv, Chairman, II. II. Hmiilley and
others ot' the Hpeolal C'ommlttoo of tho
Democratic National Convention.
HAVAUE KNIUIIT EHItANTRY.
One of Buffalo Bill's Irjuns Proves Him
WiiKKUNfl.W. Va., October 8.An ex.
citing and laughable scene not down on tho
bills, was enacted here last night. Jsrrett
& Palmer's Uucle Tom's Cabin Company
was enacting the time worn play at
Charley Sh y's Theatre, among the audi
ence being atl of Buffalo Bill's "Wild
West" conglomeration of Indians,
squaws, grousers, cowboys, eto. At one
of the realistic episodes ot the play a bin
brave, mistaking thu action for reality,
sprang up, rushed down the als o, and,
drawing a scalping kulfe, leapti on the
Htage aud was about to attack Simon
Legroo, when Dr. Carver and ano her
white member of thj company, who
gnspod the situation, sstoed the' red-
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity',
treDgta sod wholvsomeneis. More economical
than orulusry kind, and cannot he sold in com
putltion with the moltltade of low test, short
weight, slum o phoupbste powder". Sold only
In cam. ROYAL BAKING i'OWDFR CO.,
10ft Wall Street, New York.
W. 6. CAEY,
always on band.
Hoarse in readi
ness when called
No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
J-f E. I1STOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in '
8'.h Strcci , between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKB BORING A 8PFX'IALTY
ALf. KINDS OP A MUNITION.
-'- UrxilrH.I n Ktnrldot KoT" Md.
u u. smith. isbbbt a. surra
Grand Central Store.
DEALS US IN
OiMKO. - ILL
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., hot. Ohio Levee fc Commercial Ave.
Repairing- neatly done at short notice.
PALLIDA Y BROTHKIW.
DKALKHS IN .
FLOUR, GRAIN AND ilk
t'ropnwtore. , (
Egyptian Mooring Mil Is
rllffbegt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Mrs Emily Jtowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
Kwxt Aloxndr Co. 3ik, WthBt
liroood Stock and Prices ReaioaabU. Jg
CAIUO STAR , LAUNDRY.
I would Mnpi'ctfiilly anninneotothtclttasasef
Cairo that I bv i piiod and ant earrrlot pm a
trtclM Usnchy In lb rtr of Winter'i Ulook,
oa8fwtith trat, where I am prepared tv 4 all .
kludi of work In my lln in a tnpilor aad wotk-
nt-n-Mn al vln. riafvlnil e mDititlwD .uS L miuib.
abU A(iiro. All woik guana' Md, and prompt
ia. - a
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