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D A ELY '
CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTORER 11, 1881.
IN THE PASTRY
AHE T7SE3D. -
TaalHa, Lemon, OruDKC iK.JnerCakM,
t""".rudllnB.,Ae.,ii. ftrllrulrly and nut.
rally ita the fruit from which they arc made.
FOR STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY fcTAXD ALONE.
MIMMD ir TNI
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, Ilk st. Louis, Mo.
Dr.Prlci's Guam Baking Powder
Dr. Trice's Lupulin Yeast Gems,
Beat Dry Hop TeaiU
rOB BATiT! DY OX&OC2ERO.
WE MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY.
v;. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrate
also carries the largest and beat f elected alockol
tret brought to the city. Prlcea ranging from the
losesi ior a chaap itove opto the cluiet figures
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Bnllderi' Hardwire, tod ft complete u.ortmeot of
Tinware, Oranlteware, Bartheuware and ft general
lint of Uonae KurntahlnK Uooda, Larapa, Ktxturea,
etc. Call aud examine before purcbalt)R.
Corner litb and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
Goldstine & Rosenwater
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have's full and complete line of
Linen uoods, Duster!!, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock ot Body Bruaaeia, Taper
triet and Ingrain
A full flock of Oil Clo'ba, all alsee and prlcea.
All Ooodai nt Bottom Price!
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chm T. Newland anil
Plumbet, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
OAlltO. : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift l'umpa furnished and
put up. Agent for tho Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
he beat rump over Invented. New Gaa Fixture!
urnlahed to ordor, Old fixtures repaired and
Urjobbliig promptly nttended to 319-tI
Manufacturer and Dealer In
CHAMPAIGN CIDER. '
Sheboygan Mineral sprinju Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND, v
Milwankeo Beer in keys and battles, a
Manufactory Corner 4tli & Com'l
JyfEW YORK. STOKK,
WnoLKBALK AND UKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THM CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,'
Oor.Nlpeteanth street 1 Pnln 111
WOULDN'T HAVE IT.
A Nomination Procured By Bribery
Promptly Doclined By the
The Bribetaker Expallod and His Flaoa
Filled By a Substitute, Amid a
Socne of Wild Confusion.
'If Money Has Bjen Used to Corrupt
Delegates, It Was By My. Enemies,
Not My Friends."
Batavia, N. Y., October 10. There
was a iceno In the Republican Congres
sional Couventlou burs yesterday alter
noon. The V onilng and Genesee dele
gations bud been voting (or Watson and
the Orleans aud Livingstons delegations
for Wadsworth, giving each delegation
thirty-two. Just before tho 394th ballot,
Lucius YV.Stratton, a member of the
Wyoming delegation, came in and took a
scat beside x -Lieutenant-Governor
Hasklns, who ha! been casting bis vote
tor him. When Stra' ton's name was
ca'Ied he voted for Jan. W. Wadswortb,
giving the necessary one
to nominate. The storm then
to brew, and when the
man announced that Wadswortb was tho
choice of tho convention, It bur.t out
with great fury. Hisklua arose and
openly charged Stratton with selling bis
vote for 9300. He said Stratton bad told
him and oth r members of the Wyoming
delegation thut be bad beeu offered that
sum for his vote. Kutnors of corrupt in
fluence have been circulating for two
days, and half a dozen delegates too It the
fl xir together and told ot the approaches
that bad be -n madrf by bribers. The
greatest excitement ensued, and a recess
was ordered, during which the yoming
delegation expelled. Stratton, and when
the Convention assembled tbW evening
Wadswortb appeared and declined tho
Domination, declaring that if money wis
u-ed it was by his euemles, not by bis
f rends. Another ballot was taken aud
rexulted lu a lie vote. Strattou's name
v as 0t ailed, aud be arose and pro
tested against the action of the conven
tion, but I be Chair hel i thut the delegates
bud right of hubstit tlon. The Wads
woith meu fl a ly weut over to John L.
Sawyer, or Orleans, who was nominated
on the 570th ballot.
THE I'-MOX l.KAUL'K CLUH.
The Vote on the Adoption of the Blaine
Nkw York, October !0. The Time
says, regarding the meeting of thj Union
league Club last nlgut: "No comments
were offered on the decision of the Cualr,
and without further delay the question
of adopting the report was put to a viva
voce vote. Tbo yeas we e given with
vigor and cntbus asm and the nays were
equally determined and scarcely less
souoroos. It was a generally accepted
fact that the supiorters of the report
were in the majority and tho correctness
of the chairman's declslou that it
was adopted was not questioned.
Oplnloi.s varloi as to the relatlvo
strength of the majority and the
minority. Members ot the club who en
deavored to judge tbo meeting without
bias estimated that between thirty aud
forty per cent of the MO voters were op
posed to the report. The most sanguine
supporters of the report claimed that
more than tbree-fourths of the members
voted for its adoption. Tho Herald a d
(Sun say that about 100 members vo ed
against the adoption of the report aud
resolutions, and from other sources it is
learned that about fifty voices responded
to a call for cheers for Cleveland and
Henry Weird Biecher Mai.
New York, Octoboi 10. Itov. Henry
Ward Belcher authorl.es thu publication
of the following letter!
IlltooKr.VN. N. Y October 0. ISM.
To (rmirnU H. A. AUl'f. ltrtU, .WicA.:
Dkar Hm: 1 havo Ju-t received your letter
of October kin cxbortlna; me publicly to rv
trtiot my Htalnment, an 1 haw, In mv wal for
tho Democratic noinliioo ana party, aprend
thorn before tho whole ooimtry. When tho
he ui of ill In canvuHs li passed, you will think
thut audi lamruatro border too itour iiKin In
milt to tin HtlH'r Jnt orwlce.
1 lu-sr you to unilomtund that I hiivo nothing
to do wlih tbo tntth orothcrwUeof Mr. Joy's
stiitt-nvntMo mo rvapectlnir Mr. limine. The
only (jnostlon K did Mr. Joy ninke 1h. ai
FtutotiicntM? Tbe transactlona between him
and Mr. ltlalim, through an lnuiriuodiiiry,
may all be mythical: or tho liiteruicdiury may
w an Impostor, or Mr. Itlalnc's fwlliiKH miiy
no vor have boon hrt. by any such rtqmiis.
Mr. Joy muy nover have boon alux-kod at Mr.
lihtlnu a InipuU'datiswrr.und Mr. Jov'sarlleH
ft'HInir beliiir pruotlctvl upon hv this tutor
medlury, ho inny hiivo exprtnod htmsulf too
wverely abotit Sir. Ill Kino. Ltt Mr. Joy and
Mr. Hlaine sottlo tbatlHitwoon thnmsolves. .1
luivo uothinjr to do with all thut "Did Mr.
Joy in uke thu remarks In my nruHPtivo which
I hiivo piibilBhHilr" If hn did not, I have
lied. If ho did Joy has Hod.
Tluro la no middle irround. TIiito
Klmll lie none. Pltlior I lieut'd It, or I Invrnii'il
It. Mr. Joy'e hocciuI tohvirum to ynu niakoa a
limit u Id und ft oIIhIi doiiutl, which I uttrlhtilo
to bla not hui liiir xeou or understood my
ruileini'iit Hut If Mr. Joy has rooit ttiy atnto
nieiit and denied It, or if, wlittn ho lands In
New York, be shall declare thnt no snub
oonvorsatlon was bud In my presence, then
1 liuvu only to nay that whereas I
did not Imagine tlioro oould bo moro than one
coiitliinntiil llur, 1 am eoitipullcd to think
thut tiler are two. I'knwi soiMint the luttor
lis tho only rot mot Ion and npoloiry that I am
to mukn to you, to Mr. joy, to jnr.
ttlnlne and to the Id
IlKNRV WAItl) llKKC'IIK.IU
A CUlXUtUD MOll
Assault and Beat tD mooratlo Colored
Macomii, lix., October 10. Last
evenlug a mob ot negroes violently as
faulted with sticks and stones Itlchard
Carroll, a DoruocratLo colored min, who
participated In the parade. Threats have
boun mad by colored men lo burn
hi housa, and be has been Id various
ways maltreated. Carroll ti a man of
considerable Intelligence, and In previous
tear stamped forth Itepabllcan ticket,
bat tbls year annonaced his Intention of
supporting Clevoland. The colored peo
ple fwve socially ostracised him, and the.
fouling culminated 'In tho attack upon
him last night. .
A CANDIDATE'S KlsTIMATlt.
Xt OItss Ohio to the D.tnoorats la Toss
JcyrRHSON CrrT, Mo., October 10.
Recant prtvaU Information raoalved her
by a State official from Beeretary New.
nan, ot Ohio, statve that tho Democrats
will earn the State by from 1,000 to 9,000
Cincinnati, O., October 10. -General
Logan arrived in th j city at forty mitt"
ntes after seven this morning on a special
Baltimore & Ohio train, accompauled by
Judge O'Neill, of Lobanon, and Smith
Grimes, ot Winchester. His arrival was
almost unexpected, and only tho in era.
bers of the Executive Committee were at
the depot to receive bliu. The party Im
mediately on arriving were ushered Into
carriages aud drlvon to the Little Miami
depot, where they breakfasted and took
tho train for Winchester, Ohio, where the
General will speak at the Fair Grounds
this afternoon. Ho will rotnaln there
until to-morrow, when be will return to
Cincinnati and speak at Music Hall Sat
urday night -
To Waioou i Butler. .
Pittsburgh, Pa., October 9. -A com
mittee of local Buttcrltea left tbls mom
log to meet Butler and party at Kittan
nlng and escort them to this city. The
General Is expected to arrive at about
seven o'clock. Indications are that they
will be accorded a heurty welcome.
Large delegations are expected from
surrounding towns. The probabilities
are that the demonstration will be the
largest In point of numbers so far held
A Pretty Bad, Week for Blaine.
NbwYork, October 10. The Times
says a gentleman who conversed with
Koscoe Coukling last night after the Dem
ocratic demonstration, reports him as
expressing a great deal of pleasure at tho
success ol the meeting, speaking of Its
slgnlilcation also. Ou something being
said about Blaine's Western trip, Couk
ling remarked that this had been a pret
ty bad week for Blaine.
BASK HALL. DUKVITIE.
Score ol Otm-i Flayed on Thurslay,
New York Metropolitans, 5; Cin
Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalos, 7( Bostons,
7; eight innings. Game called on ac
count of darkness.
Cleveland, O. Clevelauds, 11 j Provi
Chlcajo, 111. CMcagos, 19; Philadel
Richmond, Va Loulsvllles, 10; Vir
ginias, 5. Eight inul ius.
Detroit, Mich. New Yorks, 9; Detroit-,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn., 12; In
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, 8; Co
Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louts, C; Ath
Milwaukee, Wis. -Milwaukee Uuious,
7; Bultlmores, 4.
Pittsburgh, Pa.Toledos, 9j Ailc
gbe... s, 3. Six Innings.
St Lu is, Mo. St, Louis Unions, 11;
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati, 10; Bos
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City Unlous,
7s St. Pauls,
Jerome Park Baosa.
Nbw Yokk, Octobor 10. Tbo Ameri
can Jockey Club bed the last day but
one of their races at Jcromo Park yester
day. Tbtru was a good attendance, ami
the sRc events were well contested.
First Race All ages; ono and one
eighth miles: Woodll wer, first; Lizzie
Mock, second; Bells, third. 1 me, 2:00
Second Race Two-year-olds ; three
quarters mile: Pardee, flrst Eachus,
second; Elgin, third. Time, 1:18
Third Race Three-year-olds; one and
thre-ighthfl miles: Rataplan, ilrst;
Tornado, second; Royal Arch, third.
Fourth Race All ages; one and five
sixteenths miles : MarkUnd, first; Top
sy, second; Duplex, third. Time, 2:22.
Fifth Race All ages ; ono mile : Wan
dering, first; Patorson, second; Hart
ford, third. Time, 1:48.
Sixth Race Hurdle race over seven
hurdles; one and three-quarters miles:
Quebec, Ilrst; Captain Curry, second,
Echo, third. Time, 8:2(3.
Cincinnati, O., October 10 At tho
races yesterday there was a fair atten
dance, add the track was In good condi
tion. First Race Six furlong ; Bunaua, first;
Ed. Butts, second; Bill Owens, third.
Time, 1 ill. Mutuals paid 917.50.
Second Race Ono mile and half a fur
longt Ferg. Kylo, first; Billy Gillmore,
second; Ktohba, third. Tlnio, 1 :S0 1-t.
Mutuals paid 926 70.
Third Raco Cincinnati hotol stakes;
two miles and one-eighth: Blnotto, won;
Tom Martin, second; Athlone, third.
Tlino, 8 :8S 1-4. Mutuals paid 910.
, Fourth Race One ratio and throe six
teenths t B aat and River Oak, dead heat;
Idle Pat, third. Time, 2:00. Mutuals
paid 9(U0. Purse divided.
Fifth Race Handicap hurdle race; one
mile and a quarter over tlvo hurdles:
Tomahawk won; Phlnc, Second; Katie
Creol, third. Timo, 2:22. Mutuals paid
TOO MUCH JOMS.
A Passenger Ooaoh Filled With Fiery
Lkavknwoiitii, Ka., October 10. A
sorloos accident occurred on tho excur
sion train from bore to Atchison to at
tond tho Republican rally Wednesday
night. Several hundro'd dollars worth of
fireworks wore stored In one end of a car
filled with passongor aud accidentally
caught Art. The car bocamo a tlory fur
nace, with roo t shooting In every di
rection. Those nearest the fireworks had
to lump through the windows. Rhoritf
Keller was sorions y buruod and Deputy
County Treasurer Kreidorn was out so
badly as to ba ft a dangerous condition.'
8. M. Poor was badly burned. The ear
was set on Ore and rained.
Aa Htnpty Jail,
Pomtuki), Oum., Octob r 10. Three
prisoners confined In the Jail at rendlo
ton, Ore., dug a hole through, Wednes
day night, and made thelt escape. The
foardi are vary ayre!y censured for
the escape- The prisoners were the only
om fa the tall at the time. Two. Jos.
Wilson aad Uugh Field, Were desperate
bom-thlevM. and awaltlni trial. Tho
tWrd was La Hm, a Cblushllblndef,
qmjtf iwImpm 1 death pf the reardpr
MBiittM, UnJ vaih twoinec held
frjfrf MTrti t,WrjM-i- frrrHhty
BRAINED BY A BRUTE,
Martin Mulvoy Visits His Wife's
Apartment to Procure Money
Opposnd by Mrs, Mulvay; H ) Fractures Her
01...11 TTT'.I T 1 TTT, . .
oauii nuua Loiuua waip ana
' Makea His Esoape.
Death of the Worn in and Arrest of the
Murderer Later in the
New Yuiik, October 10. Martin Mul
vey llvlua ut No. 7 East Ninety-first
street, a low brricks, yesterday after
noon entered tho room In which his wife,
Maggie Mulvey, forty-three years old,
lived, during her absence und attempted
to take thu ca'pet from the fl or. Ho
was dru ik aud said he would soil the
carpet so as to get money for liquor. He
bad gathered H up aud was about to
leave the room wltun Mrs. Mulvey en
tered. As soon as bho caw what he was
doing she utiempted to prevent
it, wh,.n Mulvey drew a revolver
from his pocket and, pointing It at
her, fired, without hltiiug her. lie then
chased his wife Into the street and,
jumping ou his wagon, which was in
I rout ol tbo house, too a heavy loaded
whip in his basil and struck her three or
four times on the head, fracturing her
sku I. As alio fell bleeding In the street
Mulvey attempted to run over her with
his wagon. Policeman Cogaey of tho
Tweuty-tuird precinct was bummouurl,
but when Mulvey taw him he whip
ped up his horse. C g.iey followed ltlin
for nearly In If a mile, but was con
pelled to a!andou tho pursuit, as the
horse was very awlft. Mrs. McMann, of
Nlnety-thirJ street, und Mrs. O'Conner,
of Ninety-fl st street, both of whom wit
nessed tu ) assault, corroborate the above
facts. The woman va,s taken to tho
Nlnety-nlnih Streo. Hospital,, where sho
died at ten o'clock last evening. . Mulvey
was arrested shortly after she died ami
locked np. He had a very bad reputa
tion, aud had frequently threatened to
kill his wife, with whom he did not live,
only cabins on her ut Intervals to gut
THK CONFESSION' AL.
SubJ .-ct of Thtu Mur.ihiir'B Discussion
in the Ep Botpal Congress
Dktroit, Mich., October 10. Thu
morning session of the third day's meet
ing of the Episcopal Cougress was devot
ed to a discussion of tho topic, "Confes
Blonal." After the usual exercises a pa
per was read Rev. J. II. Hopkins, of Wll
lUmsport, Pa., who sustained the ques
tion. He believed that counsel
should be given by the priest as well
as any other professional man.
Abuse, aud not use, of the coufesslonal
was objectionable. Ho believed In true
and voluntary confession, aud favored
absolution us a power given by God.
Rev. C. Georgo Curtic, of Philadelph a,
feared the coufcsMonul, becauso it be
comes compulsory In thu ci d. Most of
the church is opposed to it. Auricular
confession is held t) bo contrary to
Anglo--uxo:t beliefs and un!,ealtbful to
Americans. Rev. Edw rd W. Osborne, of
Boston, was a believer In the
confessional. Ho claimed that the whole
sense and feeling of the church holds that
confession aud absolution aro needful
and lawful. He maintained hat It must
never become compulsory. Rev. Leigh
ton Parks, of Boston, said the c mfes
slonal was of pure origin, but bad degen
erated. He believed the Son of Man
alone h is power to forgive sins. Others
followed brl'fl. Tbo subjects for dis
cussion to-night will be: "Is Our Civil
lzitlon Just for Workingmon?" being
opened by Henry Georgo, of New York.
A Church Burned.
Chicago, Iix., October 10. Rev. Dr.
Kittrldgo's Church, on Oakland avenue,
the largest church of tho Presbyterian
denomiuatlon in tho city, caught fire at
10:30 o'clock tbls morning, and was to.
tally destroyed. It was a fine structuro
wt b a largo congregation.
The loss will reach fully $75,000, the
valuo of tho church, together with Its
furniture, being 9100,000; Insurance,
HO,000. The tire is supposed to have
originated in the organ loft and to be duo
to the carolcssncss of a smoker. Tho
church was a flue stono structure, com
pleted about three years ago and pos
sessing a very expensive organ, which
latter Is completely consumed. A por
tion of the walls of tho churcnonly Is left
International Industrial Exhibi
Nkw Yomc, October 10. riorropont
Edwards, British Consul ut this port, has
received tho prospectus of tho Interna
tional Industrial Exhibition to bo bold in
London in May next. Its Presldont Is
the Prince of Wales. It Is Intended to
hold tho exhibition In tho Royal Agri
cultural Gardens, South Kensington.
Medals and d plomas will bo awarded
exhibit rs. Contributors need to pay
transportation charges on exhibits, but
spitco will bo frou. There will be two
divisions ono tor machinery, the other
for musical Instruments principally, It Is
hoped the United States Government
wl:l aid in so: nrlng a creditable Aincrl
Affuln in Full Operation.
Pnisntitoit, Pa., October 10. Tho
Plato and Bar Mill and t o puddling
.furnaces on Flfleonlh street, the Pitts
burgh Mill, and part of t ie Allegheny
Mills ot Oliver Bros. & Phillips, aro In
jfull operation this morning. The other
: departments wilt rosame on Monday.
'In consequence of the withdrawal of tho
1 order for a reduction In wages, with tho
resumption ot the old rates, the work
men are modo to understand that steady
work Is not guaranteed, as it would be in
case of a reduction. Tho mills will only
rna vinen prices and orders warrant thorn
In so doing. '1 he Westlnghotise Machine
Company works have closed down tor a
month. Increase In buslnoss necessitates
Worthy of Emulation,
muian, Jf. C, October 10.-Tho8teU
Exposition has beon the means of attract
leg (a Urge amount ot Northern capital to
Sort Carolina. One n tlmnan resta
1uy contra-rtfA for flViwwtTflWWl.
Dowell & Co., for a Nor horn piano man
u factory. Auother agent secured two
mica mines for Utleu Investors, und the
sales of three gold mines In Dalro, Bun
come and Mitchell Counties are reported.
The syndicate purchasing ono of them U
headed by Cyrus W. Field. It Is eutl
ipj.ted that, ten million have been In
vested In tho lumber, tobacco and agri
cultural regions of the State.
Sontcncod to Hanir.
Chevennk, Wy., October 10. The Ter
ritorial Supreme Court has allirmcd the
judgment of death on Georgo Cook, for
thu murder of William Blunt, at Lara
mie City a year ugo. Ho was sentenced
to be banged December 12th.
Lakamik, Wy., October 10. Georgo
Cook shot and killed bis brother-in-law,
James Blunt, in a drunken brawl In this
city last Thaukxglvlng day. lie. dis
claimed all knowledg of the crime or In
tention to kill I) uut. By reason ot a
blunder lu the organic act creating tbls
Territory, tin-re Is no appeal in criminal
cases fiom this Territory to the Supremo
Court of thu L'ult t States, aud nothlug
but executive clemency will save Cook
from expiating his crime.
Woodstock, III., October 10. Tho
motion for a new trial In the Dacey case
was overruled by Judge Wilcox this
morning. The prisoner made a long,
violent and sensational speech In his own
behalf, aud was then sentenced to hang
on Friday, November 21st.
Brought It on H mielf.
JohSstown, Pa., . October 10. Five
armed men entered the house of James
Gate, a well-to-do farmer of White
Township, Cambria Couuty, and com
pelled Gates to get up and give them the
key to tho safe where ho kept nls moucy.
They found over 1,000 in notes and ap
propriated It. Gates seemed paralyzed
from trlght, but curing au old musket
Struck one of this m-n who was choking
Mrs. Gate. The robber thereupon re
leased tbo woman aud thu party lle1,
firing as they went. Gates brought the
robbery ou himself by uunounclng his
contempt for hanks and the opinion that
he cou'd care for his own money.
An Aqueous Docision.
Santa Fk, N. M., October 10. The de
fendants In tho celebrated case of the
United St tes a-itiltW the San Pedro and
Cannodcl Aqua Company are jubilant be
cause Judgi! Axtello of th" First District
Court has rendered a d,cno In their
favor. This suit has beeu pending for
several years, and a large number oi
the miners in the county aro deeply In
terested In the outcome. The complain
ants say tho result in the District Court
was not unexpected by them, but the end
Is not yet. The case will come before
tho Supremo Court of toe Turrltory next
January, and It unsuccessful there It Is
the lnteutlon ot the miners and others
interested to carry It to tho Supremo
Court of the United States.
Hold Him Bach.
Lndianapolis, Ind., October 10. In
formation of a startling aud mysterious
tragedy comos from Troy, Spencer Coun
ty. A boy discovered the headless, nudo
body of a femalolti a ncwly-mado cistern
on the farm of Peter Bach. Search being
mado, the dissevered head was fomid in
a clump of bitches some dlstmce from
the cistern, and further search revealed
that the murder had been committed In
a barn on the premises. Bach says he
kuows nothing of the affair, and no clew
can bo found to tho perpetrators.
Arrested for Infanticide.
Omaha, Nkb., October 10. Mrs. Burly
C. Hill was arrested for child-murder in
Valentine, Neb., last night. Her husband
Is Postmaster at that place, editor of the
Valentino Jixpurter, and a prominent
politician. They have been married five
months. Satur lay Mrs. Hill gave birth
to a fully developed child, which sho
choked to death. Tho matt r was kept
quiet until yesterday, when an inquest'
was held and a vcrolct charging her with
the crlmo returned.
Bomaine of Gilbert Lolyrh.
Nkw YotiK, October 10. Tho remains
of Gilbert Leigh, M. P., killed by falling
over a precipice lu tho Big Horn Moun
tains, Wyoming, arrived yesterday nnd
were received by his brothnr, Canon
Leigh, of England, who came here to take
charge of tbem. Tho body will ropose In
Grace Church until to-morrow, when ID
will be taken to England.
John Sherman's Friend.
Portland, Ouk., October 10. The
jury in tho Circuit Court yesterday re
turned a verdict of guilty lu tho euso of
Jus. J. Hodgos, a prominent young at
torney of Portland. Hodgos was Indicted
for lorgery about a year ago. Ho camo
from the East, bearing an Introduction
from Senator Jno. Sherman ot Ohio.
Hodges also claims to have studied law
In Shcrtnau's office.
Fallaros of the Week.
Nkw York, October 10. Tho.falluro
for tho last seven day?, as reported by R
G. Dun & Co., are, In tho United States,
19G i Canada, 24; total, 220; as against
217 last week. Tho failures aro below
the average In tho Western, New England
and Pact He States, but a corresponding
increase Is noted In tho Southern and
Middle States and New York City.
Stole the Contribution Box.
Burlington, Ia., October 10. Bur
glars, on Tuesday night, entered St.
John's Cathollo IChurch, In tbls city, and
carried off the contribution box for the
reception of alms for tbo poor. Tho box
had been emptied la the evonlng und
coald n t have contained more than a
tow cents when stolon.
Shot for Trespass.
Vanpama, III., October lO.Patrlek.
CablH, a farmer living just north of hero,
shot, yesterday, and fatally wounded
Joseph Donaldson, a boy, for hunting on
bis premises. Cahllt was arrested and
hold on a bond of 92,000 for assault to
Fettle Oonnt-y Bonds. 1
JkrvBBBOtT Cmr, Mo., October. 10.
The Auditor to-day registered Pettis
County Court-house bonds amounting e
f 100,000,. Thf tad. am 8J0 option
bmuts.anaD8 a jr mi ten inwtor
Tre'w f 'tod for tliepnfpwa
Thle onwd-r never varies, A marvel of Durltv.
atrcneth nnd whlesmenes More economical
than ordinary klnda. and cannot be aolil in com
petition with the multitude of low tent, ahort
weight, alum n rhoapliato pnwilrra. Sold only
In cima. HOYAI, MAKING I'OWDKK CO..
liMi Wall Street, New York.
W. 6. CAEY, :
a!'Aa ou hand.
Heurse in readi
ness when called
No. 12 (ith St., Cairo, 111
J- m 12. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
8th Streo., between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
-OA i I tO ILLINOIS
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMPNITIOX.
sf. U.nnired All KmUit Keva M'tdfl.
JAM H. SMITH.
runner a. hhitb
Grand Central Store.
DRY GOODS, '
OxX LKO. IIuTj
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mtule to Ordor.
8th 8t.,bnt Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OAlllO. i ILL.
lteialriii!r n eutly done at short notice.
FLOUR, URAIN Nl HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil 1 8
ffitrboHt Cdh Priof Paid for Wbrat, ,
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
" " 'Til. e miiiMSLajai
5 w s A (4
Mm. AMANDA CLABKBOJI, ARont.
Next AloxHnrter Co. Hunk, HthsJt
;itlro, III. ,
WTOood Stock sad Trlcea Ueaaonahle. Jfi
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I would reauuctfiilly annnuiirstoUtelilaenBof
Culm that I hv opened ud am earrtlna oa
iAidaaS laimbylntb-reyr of Wwter'a Veeh.
on ScveDlh atruet, whur. I am prepared lo So all
kind, of work In my line lo a superior end work- '
iiMnahip atyl.. dofylnit C 'mpitittoo and at rawoe
Mu nuiirti. Alt mk RtiaratiMed, Bed BMtapt
pay moot If any good, areloat. f ,
N. HV-Entrance to Unndry. through tb prWe