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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1881.
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CHICACO. - ST. LOUIa.
0. W. HENDERSON.
Nt 10i Commercial Ave.,
3nle Afffiit foi tlic Celebrate'
aliocarrtci the Urgent and best lelected Btuck ol
ever brought Utho city. I'rlce' running from the
lo cm lor a cheap novo nptu'.bti chxei-t figure
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Hullder' Hardware, and t enmpU-te nportment of
Tlnwire, (irautteware, Karthcnware and a e'-neral
line of House Furnlrditnic tiooda, Lamp., fixture.,
etc. Call and examlnu before purchanirii:.
Corner 1 jib and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. U'
Goltlstiue & ltosenwater
130 & 138 Com'l Ave.
bare a full and complete lln of
Linen Ooods. Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy utock of Body Drumeli, Taper
tries aud luitraln
A full stock of Oil Clo'.b., all atsei and prices.
All tood fit Itottom Priooul
LOUIS C. HERBERT
(Successor to Clias T. Newland an.I
r, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave., bet. fenth and Ele
Drlvo Well Force and I.I ft Vamps furnished and
put up. Aijont for tho Celebrated
"BUCKEYE- FORCE PUMP"'
ho bunt rump ever Invented. Now Gas FIxtHres
nrntobed to order. U.d fixtures repaired aud
ttrjobhlng promptly attended lo :)1!H1
Jluuufaduror aud Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral ftyrmgfs Water,
ALWAV ON HAND.
Milwaukee Deer Id kega and bottloo, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largsst Variety Stock
IN THUS CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
' mm mm
NEW YORK STORE CO,
, Cor.Mnototnthstreott fdlpn Til
GonimorcltlAvanuu VtlUU, AH
THE CRUCIAL TEST.
rua State of Ohio Playiner the
Holo of tho Duko of
The Vote Which Is to Make a President
Baptizsd in Blood Disgraceful Soanes
in Oinoinnati and Cleveland.
Salubrious Weather Seconds the Efforts o)
the Republican Managers With
a Large Vote.
The Dtmoorata Confident, Watchful
ana Energetic Both Sides
Claim tho Victory.
Evsrythinir R;d Hot.
Cleveland, O., October 14. Kverythlnif Is
red tint h-ro. Two llopiiblicaii repi-utcr wenj
arretted In the Sixteenth Ward la-fore elifht
o'clock. Orm of them owoio la his vote and
wl.-u accucod run dwn tlio street. A mob
cf Democrats then W'i.ed blin unci would havo
hung li I in had not tho pollen mid re
ttM''tiibli citizens Interfered. In tho
Twentieth Ward, Republican Coun
oilman Scliuifif, dceldtsd that a re
publican wuu elioted ludK'J . of uloetion,
and tlio buniovrats aworo they would tear
diiwu tho bulldinir un 1 uioh BohuK, and
hud tx ifini with Uio work vtbea llic polleo
interfered, and Xobuiririlooliireda Demoerutio
JudK" wm eiecV!. Uepuhlican inai.aers
liiw nltrbt conceded tho re-election of l"oruu,
iJenioerutlc nominee, for Coujrrei-U.
Goo i Day For Vjt'nir.
Cincinnati, 0., October li-Th!s is ono of
the Unest 'o'.ober dayn ever remembered, the
huh H hinlmf, t'ie weuther warm and tho
r.lli!)(f stall ns wer bcHioinM at un early
hour. .Mi Indications iKiint to a heavy vote.
Advlm fniin ( oluinoiiH. CleveJund ami clHf
wlien are to the s inie effect. Theexeiiement
on tne Htrjets here J thu mn- l luttnso over
knoA'H, even duriutr wur tiniea.
B ikus jUarshilc.
CisriNNATi, O., fJctoUr 14,10 a. m. No
eri,m dlbturbanct1 ha taken place m far.
The Cnit.l State MarshaUhave twenty-tlvo
M-r,n at the Go ernmoiit liuildii it, and the
Kiln have a many more at the station-boU'C.
I'owell ( luvton Htid tleiitenant Wrbht are at
tint Mursiiiil's olllee nweui inif in Hpoi ial depti-li.-,
who are iinneii w.th revolvers and clubs
a thick as r.il plu1. Three exprew waif
oni h inded wiili twi n y men hinejiist been
dent down to the .Nineteenth W'urd, where it is
claimed tiiut men with boirus .Muri'lial'sbudx'
Diatrraciful Seen a.
Cincissati, O., October 14. The scenes
around the pills tli.u inorninir are the most
diwracelul fver m-en In this clty,eseeially In
thetvth and Fifteenth Wards. There have
been dlpturbancf in several precincts, but
luithintr of a aerioiM nature is reported-. A
(riinir of-eleven repeaters from Lexitnrton,
K.x.. arn' -d last niiflit by Deputy Marxhal
Tiltonl, aio still conltiied in Jiiii. Seven or
ei'lit alletKl n'ieat''r have been arrcited
tiiif fon'noin, bruuifht lx-foro 1'iiiied state
o nniiosioner )looM r, examined and held tor
Cincinnati, O., Oetot-r 14. Affidavits have
biin til i for the intimidation of voters, and
warrants i."uod for the arront of the accused.
The l.'i iled Stau s Court presents a busy
a. ene. The deputu who have been Instruct
ed to reort any disturbances to UniU-d Suite?
Mr.slial Wriirlit aro now ordered to do their
duty i luut lliiu liiiii?.
L). puty Sheriff Kil.td.
Ciciskati, O., Ot.'tnber 14, 11 a. m. The re
ports of a riot aru untruo, but tho feeling if
txHomliig- Hruimsl with every succeeding
hour, and the afternoon is looked forward to
with apprehennion. A skirmish took place in
the Sixth Ward half an hour co, In which one
iwvro was shot in the heal and anntiier in the
arm belore the (ibtiirbanx was quelled.
.News him Just come from tho Vifth Wani Unit
a DeutiKTntio m-imty riheriir has Ufn fatally
Khot by a L nitcd States lieputy ilar.-hnl.
CuivEl.AND, October 14. A very heavy
vote is belnif polled. At nine o'clock moro
vot'-s had bin caat than ever before, and the
conta-t is vry even so far. Tho absence of
ward bosses Is a feature of tho olr-ction. It is
rvportidthat tho ltepublicans are traillntr
votes iu the county and Congres
sional ticket to save tin" head of
tho StaM ticket, wh ch will undoubt
edly suoeiud in carrying in tliis county.
Theni has been no serious disturbances up
lo eleven o'clock, although there have been
iwvpral attempt to raise a row, and
the indications are that theifwill be trouble
before the day ia ended. A large number of
business houses in Uie city will be wlosei this
afternoon, no everv ono 13 working as they
never worked befoio.
D puty Marshal Arrested.
CiMCiMNATr, 0., Octolier 14. A disturbance
In tho Fiftiionth Ward waa caused by Deputy
Marshal Duchinan bLdng ordered by John
Gleason, Chief Ilcputy, to arrest Anthony
Davitt, who i h.illengi d vot-'S. Uuchman laid
hold of him. As ho attempted to escape
Ihicbimin dr.'w a pistol and aimed It Davitt,
who ducked his head, receiving a aealp wound.
Jnii'hm in was tuken to the station, (ileason
polnie I a piMol at 1'at Moran, who grabbed it
and kept him from shooting. After the fracas
verytulng becAuo quiet.
Both Parties Confident.
Cincinnati, 0m tictobcr 14. Thero havo
betii numorotia aiTOsts of repentcri on both
(ddas, and now tho Deputy Marshals aro ar
resting Deputy Sheriffs and special police
nien, and vlco versa. Two men havo been
shot and wounded. The SUito authorities aro
holding their own aealnst tho Federal
oillciiils. Xerieating and lllegnl voting Is
DMit'o openly reported to than ever be
fore. A tremendous vote is being polled and
polled early. Tho Democratic workers
inarched to the polls early with their oon
verta in line ana vi.tud them, and are now
working like bnuvars to gain the doubtful.
Doth parties aro conlldeirt, but chances aro
tint county wUI po Deinocratlo, and the Demo
crnlawlll elect both members of Congitfis
Jroiu this city.
Maaalntf the marshals.
Cincinnati, O., October U. Another rum
pus occurred ovor a mart who was f jllowxid
from the Bovonteentli Wanl and donouneod
usaropwitor, United Mutes MarahtW Wright
ia withdrawing his deputies from tho quiet
wards and making Uient iu tlio tm bulent
oiics. All agree Unit stroh an eloctlon as Uils
Clnelnruiti nevor saw bt'foro. It ia a queaUnn
not of piuventlw fraials, bnt of lusilug
sad subswijuontly punishing Ill-doing.
B otins; B npwel
Cjn(3nati, O., Octobiir lt-Tho Sixth ward
tv uphsilding Its reputation aa Doing tho most
dnKnornU) hi tho city. Rarly this morning
crowds of orU-looltlng moo of both colors be
gin i to oongnxjntto in ItttUi knots around Uia
streot. BUb4s, revolver hautlVea aud slung
alKits protrude from tho rKMkuts of thuao
mem In tin hMrtant the erow4 would run to
Kethor, s frw ohUu followed by Mows, when
tlio ranks wou d nron and Woed n man
be I1 away by a iM'puty-Manrttal, who would
Mdno tin prlnoiuT. whn a BWiifrgl would
etisuo DOtwnofl nlui and tho arreatod
man's frleuda. At I'luctaot A tho polls
opened with s mmrM fhtht in whiob tho
lleptitf MarsbiUs were knocked on by
florcrtai poiioanuxt sod ft.ttn or twenty
CoiabiitanUi were bnatly WwiikvI Matiers
Mina Brosrivhet nfUaMy ntne yokwt
siwit sn sMMsnpt ww sKide V) KmstMtiat
TUB HAF.L OI'ENKD
and the atonos of tlio riot were ronowe l
llullets Mew thick nml fjist, and for a whit
the entire forco of Maibnais and police were
powerless to prevent It.
At twelve o'clock II Is rumored that two
Doputy lIurshulH are killed,
Threa Men Shot.
Cincinnati, October 14, 1 p. in. Tho Cvhti
and arrest continue, Al Hussell, a notorioui
Deuioeraiio darky was shot and instantly
killed by United States Marshal John Cay ne,
also colored. Russell flint drew his revolver.
It was a personal quarrel on politic, iwyue
was rescued from the people and taacn
i bm go of by Deputr Murshaia.
There was a riot In the Sixth Ward, whero
pliitols and clubs were freely usikI, iu which
three men were shot. It came from negroes,
headed by Anderson lleiiniilt. the colored
.Miushal, who got Into a row with Irish lleiuu
craw, and the negroes at once drew their re
volvers ami opened lire. Joe Uiwry was hit
in the back, near the spine, perhaps- fatally,
and Jack Dulloii In the lert leg. llridget
Hughes, a woman, was struck wllh a boulder
and hail her brcai-t Ixiue broken. IlitlKting
lalal injuries. Anderson Itunnet, tho colored
.Mui-hIiuI, was shot iu the leg.
NEIJItOKS AIIMKIl WITH llKVOl.VKUS.
All negroes aro armed with revolvers and
throughout the city are shooting on tho least
provoeiitlon. Other riots have oocurrod, and
omo h.ilf dozen men lmvo beuu wounded.
The Maishals are contliiiug tho prlaoners in
the upper story of tho new i'ost-otUeo, where
they cannot bo reached lor rcleuau on bal or
habeiu (oi pus writs, and a rnniur ia gaining
en donee Unit tho Democrats are forming an
army ot d puty sherl".s and policemen t
sioi'tnthe buildiug. Tue arrests may reach
CntCEEViLLB, 0., October 14. A tremou-
dons crowd had gathered around the polls be
fore Uicy were opened and has beon contin
ually increuaing, the voters not leuvlng for
their homes nfujr deHsrtlug their balloia, as
lonnerly. So lar ove-ything has been very
orderly, but the work b.dng done is terribly in
eiirnusU At Uie ittrly hour ot V.'M worn tliaii
half I he full vote of the village had boon
polled. 'Iho vote cast will be vry large.
' At L bAnon.
I.EUANON, O., October 14. An unusually
heavy vote is being polled with Democrailj
gains in both precincts, but up to this hour it
it Is impossible lo tell wl at the ronult. The
Democrat oonci-du the liepul.licans about
1,J in the county.
I'oKTSsiifTli, 0., Octoler 14. The Ix-st of
oidor prevails, and thr -e lourihs of tho voles
havo In en east. Jvewimin it running well in
ail wht Is. Thouip.-on. liepubliean. Is running
well tor Cor.gr. bs. T.ie i(iiiibl:ciin couruy
tickut wl 1 le eleeled. Money is freely used.
Davton. O., Octorier 14. The election is
rod hot. There is a heavy Itcpuhlicaii vote
and larire gains. Newuian will carry the
county by a suuill ma;ori!y. The county
ticket shows a Democratic loss. No repeaters
have jet la-en caught.
Toi.Kito, (., Vc ober 14. The voting Is go
ing on quietly ho fur, though some arii-M
for illegal voting have lieen made. A ho.ivy
vote is being polled all over the city and
county. At, the opening of tho polls each
precinct was crowded. Theie are also
liia-iy wards where half the vote
was out before nine o'clock. Tho
Demnerats scent to be pleased at the largo
number of stniiirht ticK--ls being cast, but
there is a great deal of scratching.
Younostown, O., October 14. Every thing
is passing nil quietly, and a large vote is being
polled. The Democrats are despondent, and
Republicans are ollerlng beU that they will
carry every wurd in the city.
Voting the S:ck.
Cincinnati, O., October 14. In tho Tenth
Ward the contest is so hot that men aro
pulled out of bed and husticd to Uie voting
pla.-ei. There were half a dozen men who
were so sick that they had to bo carried on
S'reUhers to the polls. There have been
several lights, though none became general. .
Jaw K ck9d Off.
Ci.bvei.ani 0., October 14. In the Ninth
Ward a Kcpublicau who objected to some of
the proceedings, and w!io was making
himself conspicuous by his loud talk and
challenging nearly every man who attempted
to vote was knocked down by a mob and had
his law literally kicked to pieces, Adam
Haedick and 1'hilip I.oret. were arrested,
ilacdlck for voting on his lirst natiiriill.ation
papers, and i.oret. for abetting tho same,
lloth were taken belore a United states Com
missioner and bound over in $'00 bail each to
await the action of the Oniud Jury lor illegal
All Parties Sanguine.
Coix'miiuj, O., October 14. Tho bright,
clear weather indicates a full liepubliean vote.
Di format ion at liepubliean headquarters from
all diri oilons is favorable to the whole ticket,
except lor Johnson, for Supremo Judge, whom
the Germans are scratching in Cincinnati aud
Colonel Dudley seems very happy, and pre
dicts n Hepubl can cyclone. Chairman Ogle
vee of the Kcpublicau Committee is perfectly
sat istled wilh the tOiwirts, and Is confident
that the estimates will be fully reached.
( hairtnaii Iturger of tho Democratic Com
mittee claims lu.iwil majority. No serious
trouble is reported anywhere. Some repeat
ing has been attempted In Cincinnati and
Cleveland, but It has been stopped. Tho vote
up to noon is very heavy.
The Heaviest Vote Ever Pollod ia Wast
WiiF.r.i,iNU, W. Va., October 14.-Tho day
opened clear and cool, and Is now an ideal
day for elections. The ballot-boxes were
opened at sunrise, and the vote thus far
polled has surpns-scd all expectations.
'JhiTO-qunrtors of tlio vote usually polled
is already In the boxes. Advices
from Charleston, I'arkorsbui'g and (2 raft on
say the weather is fair, and the vote tremend
ous. Tliia ineaiia an Increased Democrat k)
majority, as the mountain roads will bo in
good condition and larmcrs will get to the
polls. At eleven o'clock an order was sent to
tho Kepubll'-ans to trade the county tickets
for the In al of Uio Slate ticket aud run up
his vote, which is an indication of weakm-
in this county. This was also extensively
done, and the Democrats regard It as
A HDI'KkUI. 810N.
Chairman Inniir.l has telegraphed this
morning: Tho prospoet grows st II bilghter
as tin- day advances, and the Democrats will
record a signal vlouu-y to-nluht. The Repub
lican Kxeeulivo Committee, with hcailquiir
tershero, Is preparing tables on which to make
comparbons to-night, and It is lo
llvvod they inUind to deceive by - using
the nemoeratie plurality of lil,0im In
IhHO, Instead of the majority of il.liiu. Con
gressman Snyder telegiaphs from the Third
District that Uio nili.ers. IrroHpootlvo of
party, are voting for Wilson, Domoernt,
for tiovernor, on aneounl of his labor order,
and boenu oUonernl 1 ogan voted to reduce
the tariff on seal. In the eastern l'nn handle
a lltfht is being made against
1 MID UTK.lt NH .HOUR,
who have been run In from Maryland an I
Virginia, and it Is said a gang of plug-uglies
from Haltiniorc Is working for tho Democrat
lo ticket, All of these atories MO subject to
heavy discount, thus early In tho day, while
tho excitement la heaviest, t Is oertuln, how
ever, that in Uie MoOianii District,, Uils city,
over Ufty Illegal colored vou-s have been
rejcartiid, thougn no arrest ha been nnule.
Tho nsult can only bo estimated to-night,
and then wlUi no oerislnty. The onnutte o
Hamps'.ilre, Hardlok. JelTerson, drnriilirler,
Randolph, Loyai, Weiae and Wayne will
each give over 1 W.0 DnnioeraMe majority and
probably lint onn will report before to nior
row. Motiongala, lrostuu, Mri.hnU and Up
shur, tl.e heavy Republican count lea, ran bo
reached by tiMegraph and will lie the flrat to
reMitt. tnsequcuUy tho early returns will
A llliPCnUOAN TIN0I1,
which will ohaium as the rot'irna taovossn.
The moat will be made of tbeao varly returns
by thn Hemildliaiti CoD-tulftee in bulletins
aunt over the onuntry. Jowls Uukor of thn
National Domoerato Comuiittae, soys Urn
SUte will five Witwm o-ariy S.UuO rnul a good
Dfimooratla mekirlty in both bouses of (be
Wtsislsturo, tt WbeHiuir IUqJut H
nwrradnsi ancoetiMief the -eisin sn nerfeetlf'
BULLDOZING BEN BUTLER,
An Unmoc388iil Attempt Whlob
Brought tho Perpotrators
Grand Democratio Eillj in New York
To-Night Whioh Promises Great Suo-cesa-BoechcrWill
A Congressional Canvass In Louisiana
Being Made Independent of
A High Old Tlmi at a Butler Meeting
in Now York.
New York, October 14. Geucral But
ler spoke to iO.oliO people at Hamilton
l'ark, Jersey City, last uigbt. He had
spoken only a few moments when be was
interrupted by dcrlslvo shouts He grew
red In tbu luce aud lustautly cried out:
"Look here! ily fellow citizens, If any
man tries th.it again, hit htm square In
the luoutb; for It you flud a man making
a noise be Is un enemy to the People's
party. Give It to him squarely in the
mouth. You man iu thu tall silk hat,
silence 1 Look at tin; cowardly fellow
dodge down lu the crowd. If I have any
frieuds here they will take measures to
silence him." A dozen hands seized the
offending spectator aud cast him
INTO OUTKK DARKNESS.
Butler then folded his arms and stood
surveying tho scene uutll be bad secured
quiet. "Now, sirs," begau the General,
"I hava como bore to speak for the party
of the worklnguian. "Three che rs for
Alien G. Thurmau." The General led
the cheering which followed. "I wanted
to get thi'se Cleveland men to cheer lor
somo one else," said be, dryly, "and I
did. Well, having cheered for Thurman,
ar.- you gJing to vote for mou .poly?"
"What cau you do?" cried some one,
"Don't give yourself tr uolo on that
score," he replied. "If the people elect
uie to any' position I'll till that otllce or
i'i.l kill my coffin."
TbM retort drew a volley of cheers
which the opposition tried to silence,
and created another disturbance. "1
see half a dozen u ly niujs trying to
cheer for Cleveland," shouted General
liutler, "and every one of tbetn bus a
State's prison expression. Now, my
mistaken iriunds, you bad better keep
quiet, for when 1 get to be 1'residcnt I'll
never pardon you ont."
A roar followed this retort, and Gen
eral Butler won the meeting. The rest
of bis address was listened to attentively
and cheered at intervals. The boot-Mi
was taken in a carriage to the Cathode
Institute, where he went Into a discuss
ion of the question of tariff, outing which
he told his story of how
HE I1KCAME A MONOPOLIST.
He said: "A bright young man went to
England, worked lu the bunting factory
for six months, learned how to mike It,
and then showed rue what he could do.
He said that all he needed was some cupl
tal. I gave hi in the capital and thus I
became a bunting manufacturer. Hunt
ing is uow made as good as tlio English
soid us for $oti a piece for $14. To my
104 looms iliero aro now over 13,000 oth
er looms making bunting in this country,
and yet to hear people talk it would be
supposed that nobody made a yard of
bunting ia America but myself."
New Orleans, October 14. In his
spiech yesterday at New Iberia, Kellogg,
the Kcpublicau candidate for Congress In
tho Third District, mado a severe attack
on Gay, the Democratic nominee, Insist
ing that ho was a Kcpublicau, In favor ot
Jllalno for President, aud only pretended
to be a Democrat in order to gain the
nomination, lio said be could bring a
number of witnesses to prove this. This
charge is due to the uncertain position oc
cupied by tho Louisiana sucur planters,
for 1 was a long time after the Presi
dential nominees wore lu the Held before
Gay and other planters declared for
Cleveland. As it now Is, the Congres
sional cauvass In tho district Is being
made entirely independent of politics
and wholly ou tho question of protec
tion to sugar. Gay Is supportod by a
largo number of liepublicans, and Hlalne
and Gay clubs aro numerous. Some of
tho Democrats aro complaining tbdt
the .canvass, whilo it may elect Gay will
greatly Increase the Blalno voto lu the
Ni-:w York, October 14. Tho meeting
to-morrow night at the Academy of Mu
sic under the auspices of tho down-town
Cleveland and Ileudrick.s Clubs promises
to be mbst i-uccessful. Ex-Mayor Grace
will preside. Tho list of Vlco-i residents
will Include nuncs ot tweuty prominent
members from each of tho Exchanges,
Governor Cleveland will bo present ou
the platform. Delegates from all tut.
Kxchangcs will oscort him from thj Fifth
Avenue to tho Academy of Music, and
ho may make a few remarks. Hen
ry Ward Beecher will also havo a
seat on tho platform, lie has not, how
ever, proml-ed to mako any speech, but
It Is likely that tho crowd will compol
hi in to say something. This will be the
lirst appearance of tho celebrated orator
at a Democratio meeting, Among the
speakers will bo tx-Speaker Ilandall,
liovirnor Waller, of Connecticut) ex
Senator Kernan, of New York) General
Francis W. Barlow, ot Ibis city) Horace
K. Dcmlng, of Brooklyn, and D. A.
Boody ot tho Stock Excbango. An
overllow mi ellug will probubly bo bold
In Irving Hull.
A U.-publio.in Toroh-Light Procession
Bloominuton, 111., Octobor 14. Dur.
lug tho progress of a Republican torch
light procesklon last night a lot of roughs
hurled a volley of stones and brick-bats,
severely Injuring General Qeorgo F.
Dlek, Postmaster of IJloomlngton;
Frank T. Hamilton, brother of Georgo
Hamilton, and about a dozen others.
There Is no clew to tho perpetrators, bnt
liberal rewards will be offered for their
Nnw Yoiik, October U. Bank Super
Intondeut W. 8. Pujrne, nominated by
Tammany for Comjiti-ollor of Now Yprk
city, has reo.lvcd. thn following tele'
"I'i)iANApoj4, ho , October 13,
To Hon. Wait ). jjajyss, HTM Tories
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WASH HALL UUIiVITUli.
fcora of Gsmes Play. I on Mondiay,
Richmond, Va. Toledo, Cj Virginias,
3; seven Innings, Game called on uc
couut of darkness.
Detroit, Mich. New Yorks, 4; Do.
Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, 2) Bostons,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Providences, 9) Alle
New York Metropolitans, 3) Indian
Ba tlmor , Md. St, Louis, 5; Baltl
mores, 4; seven lnnl gs. Gaino called on
account of darkuuss.
Philadelphia, Pa. Columbus, 3, Ath
Brooklyn, N. Y. Clucltinatls, 5; Brook
.St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, li
st. Pauls, 1.
Ctuciu 'atl, 0. Cincinnati Unions, IS;
XII K Xl'lfF.
Brighton Beach Races.
New Yokic, October 14. Tho raclug at
Brighton Ileucb yesterday wis tho first
of another six-day programme, and the
seventy-third day of tho meeting. The
weather was flao uud tho track in good
First Rico Maiden two-year-olds,
three-quarters of a mile: Cor
delia, lirst; Emmet, second; Thun
derbolt, third. Time, 1:20. Mutuals
Second Rice Selling allowances, ono
and one-eighth miles: Hat riot, llr.t;
Clarence, second; Carley B., third.
Time, 1:3'J. Mutuals paid $2S.
Third Race For all ages, oue mile:
Klirg Fan, first; Montauk, second;
Treasurer, third. Time, 1:45. Mutuals
paid $48 23.
Fourth Race For beat- n horses, seven
eights of u mile: R. Monee, lirst; Harry
B-, second; Eva S , third. Time, 1:33.
Mutuals pal l, 917.80.
Fifth Rice For beaten horses, seven
eights of a mile: Fre.da, lirst: Nitot,
second; Nlmbiefoot, third. Time, 1:34.
Mutuals paid &H.70
XII L TRIALS OF A UOVKItNOU.
Gov-rnor Cleveland Embraced by a
Woman who Wanti-U Her Brother
Albany, N. Y., October 11. Myron
Fulrbanks, of Southport, Chemung Coun
ty, was sentenced lu Febi oa y hist to Au
burn prlsou for two years and a half for
shooting at some persons wh were ston
ing his father's house. Three months
ago Samuel Booue, who married Fair
banks' sister, catno to see the Governor
to obtain a pardou fur Fairbanks, but tho
Goveruor Inform d him that tho District
Attorney of Chemung Couuty had advised
him to do nothing in tho matter, as tho
prisouer had been justly sentenced.
B 'One, who is hot tempered, then told
the Governor ho
wolld kick unt
If he had no orderlies around, and that
be would go home aud kick tho District
Attorney anyhow. Tue Governor prompt
ly ordeied tho man out of tho room,
an I he left, but as ho was going
out of the door, he said: "D d you,
you aro prejudiced." To-day ho re
turned with his wife, a woman about
lorty years old, who at once throw
her arms vlolcuty about the Govern
or's neck while he was busy at his
desk In tho public room, aud began
pleading for her brother's pardon. Tho
SHOOK II Kit OKK
as easily as possible and asked her to bo
seated and talk the matter over quietly,
but at this she became very much ex
ceed. Her husband began again to
threaten what ho would do In case of re
f u -al, and so the Governor rang for as.
sisiance and they were forcibly romoved.
In t e corridor the woman went Into
hysterics, and the orderlies bad all they
could do to get her downstairs, Sho
made tho bul.dlng
WNci with iikk Piirtir.KS
and had to be forcibly held down because
she watited to get out of the elevator aud
returu to tho Governor's room. Her
hushund was also much excited, and just
ns soon as the elevator reached tbo lower
Hoor he took her out, and, aldo i by somo
gentlemen, took her to a physician near,
by. When they had gone thu Governor
smoothed bis rumpled clothing and ro
sumed his work.
A IIOUUlD TALE.
Marion Ilandcrshot Batatas the Story of
the Kd.tng of His Mother.
Jastkh, Ind.', October 14. A man who
was present and took part In tho lynch
ing of Marlon Heudershot at Troy last
Friday night, says that during ono ot the
Intervals botwoon tho several suspensions
made to extort from Heudershot a further
confession, ho was taken asldo, when ho.
said th.it his father, mother and himself
slatted In a two-horse wagon for Grand
view, Ind., and upon arriving at tho burn
where tho murder was committed, his
father proposed to stop thero and sleep
the remainder of thu n ght.
'liny al lay down ou tho hay, and
when his mother weut to sleep bis father
arose, and shot her through the head, ' nd
then directed him to remove the body to
a lock and cut her bead off with an axo,
This ho did, striking a dozen blows, and,
rot being ablo to sever the nock, ho
twisted the head off carried It to tho
thicket, aud threw It as far as ho could.
Ills father assisted lu stripping thu body
and throwing It Into the cistern, and tho
bloody clothing was hid under a brldgo
His father then went back homo and
then to Tell City, whoro tho two'inet.
This occurr d between ono and tw
o'clock Wednesday morning.
Mkndota, Iuu, October 14. Sunday
night masked robbers ontcred the houso
of Father Weimer, of the (lennun Catho
lic Church, about four miles south ot
Ire re, and placing revolvers to his head
domanded bis money and jowolry. Ho
only had fifty dollars lu money and a gold
watch to give thorn, which they took,
Planting for Bxtvb'tlon.
Nnw YottK, October 14. Collector
Robertson yesterday decided to allow tho
entry freo ot uty ot lift) -lour paintings
lent by J. D. Mottot, tho artist of Lon
don, to the Mttropodtati Museum ot
Art, for six months. The paintings are
rtitud it 18411,000 and If Imported (r
ale the" duty would havo been about
This nnwrW never varies. A mnrvnt nt nnrlt.
Strength nail wholesotnenesi. Mure economical
t ban ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in com
petition with the multitude of low test, ahott
weight, alum o- phosphate powders, geld only
lo caus. itOYAL HAKINll I'OWDtR CO.,
iuu wan street, Now York.
W. G. CAST,
Hear so in readi
ness when called
No. 12 lith St., Cairo, 111
J-J. 35. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer ln--
8'.h Street, betweou Cooi'l Avo. aud Levee.
CHOKE B0KINQ A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMTJ.VITION.
nr RdOHlrert. All Kinds ot Keys Mud".-
IAS. II. SMITH.
SUBEJIT A. 1M.1TB
Grand Central Store.
CuS I HO. - LLL.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mmlfl to Order, -8th
St., hot. Ohio Lcvtio & Commercial Avo.
Repairing1 neatly, done at short notice.
Com mission Merciian tsv
FLOUR, URAIN AND
Egyptian Flowing Mil Is
iif hoRt Cash Prle Paid for Wh; at.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mm. AMANDA CLAtlKSON, Ag-ent.
Next AloxuiuWr Co. 3 Link, Mth St
IXTUood Slock and l'rlcon Kuamtiablt.urt
0AIKO Sl'Alt LAUNDRY.
I would ri'upertnilly n tiounrw to tho cltUeniof
Cairo that l huvi upeiml and am oarrrlua os
OMt claiM Uniiiliylntlinreur of Winter lllock,
nn Seventh mrm-t, wlu-ra I urn prepared te do ill
ktadn of wo'k In my Hue in a mipuilor and work
niatmlili) m I defy Ilia .inpt-tilioD aud at rvaaou
aido tlunri'K. Ah wo.k iruma ed, and piotupt
N. M.-Btitranco to laundry, through heprtvat
ntraact to VS Inter's block, 1 mrim
SifeM Grave vault:
;C ;).'' si always on hand.
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