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CAIRO, ILL, THURSDAY JIORNING, OOfOBBlt 10, 11181,
IN THE PASTRY
Tanllla,I.rmon,Oranice, etc., Invor Cnkn,
ireHn,l nilillna'ii.tr.,iia dellculely uiiU nau
urullyiulbel'i ult liom which tbi-y urerauile.
FOR STRENXITIl AM) TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALO.NE.
wihmo ar thi
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, til. 6t. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Trie's Lupulin Yoast Gems,
Mi-.! I), y Hup 1'toil,
WE MAKE llL'T ONE QUALITY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 1 111 Commercial Ave.,
8oIc Agent foi the Celebrated
l.o carries the Urgent and bejt (elected itockol
ever brought to the city. Price rant'lni? from the
loer. tor a cheap Hove op to the cluiert fluree
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Ilulldvre' Hirdwa-e, and .complete assortment of
Tinware, Oraullewarc, Kartbeuwaru ani a ij..icrl
Una of Ilou.e Kurntauini! (ioodn, Lamp., tlxtarua,
etc. Call end narolm. tulore pu'chaelnif.
Corner 12th acd Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. U.
' 130 & 138 Com'l Ave.
hare ft full and complete Una of
Llnni Ijootls, EibtcrSotions, Etc.
A heavy alock ot Body Bruatcia, Taper
tnea aud Incraln
A full itoek of Oil Clo'bi, all alsea and price.
All Uood nt Itottom I'rioesjt
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chan. T. Newland ami
Plumber, Steam and Gas fitter
Commercial Ave , hot. fentli ami Ele
Drlvo Well Forco and Lift Pilmpf furnlfhed and
put np. Agent for lliu Celebrated
'"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'
he bent pump over Invented, New On. Klxlttroa
urnlHhed to order, O.d fixtures repaired aud
trJolililiig promptly al tended to 31't-tf
Manufacturer and Dealer In
- CHAMPAIGN CIDER.
. BIRCH BEER,
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS OH IIAN0.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottle", a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WIIOLKBALK AND RETAIL.
The Larg'-wt variety Stock
IK TJ1JM CITY.
GOOD SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK. STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street I (itn Til
Commercial A vonnf VlUIUe 1U
How Thoy Woro Oast In Tues-lay'B
Qroat Strugfflo For tho
Scenes and Incidents Growing Out of the
Contest The BloodiestElootion
In a Police Court.
Unprecedented Scratching in West Vir
ginia Retards the Count and
Makes Returns Scarce.
Am Analysis; of tha Vote.
Cincinnati, 0., October lfi. An analy
sis of tho wonderful voto of yesterday la
a difll u't tiling to make with returns
from vurloos section of the Stato 1q
complete, as they are a. this hour. Still
pluralities are Riven which elect the Ro
pubilcan State ticket aud defeat several
lJeinocratlc candidates for Congress who
were runnlnn la what were considered
safo districts by their party.
The Re-publicans secured the votes ot
all elements and tactions which they
claimed, also pretty much all of tho
doubtful voters. The Irish depletlou ap
pears to bo a genuine one.
Jmlge Johnson, agalust whom It was
thought the Germans showed strong an
tipathy, runs a trifle bchlod the ticket.
The Prohibition vote, which was be
lieved to be large, dwindles Into Insigni
ficance. The Democrats this morning are look
in? blue, while the Republicans are jubi
lant. Keturns from all wards and pre
cincts In this county, except two, gives
Robinson (Republican) for Secretary ol
fettle a majority ui 3,010.
The Bloodiest Election.
Cincinnati, 0., October 13. Both
Democratic aud Republican papers this
morning njiree that yebterday's election
In Cincinnati was the bloodiest ever held.
The Democratic papers assert that thous
ands of Deputy Slar.sh.ils wero employed
iiialuly In lull nldutiiig honest voters,
white the 11 publican press construes
the conduct ot tjie police force and Depu
ty Sheriff.', in a similar manner, compar
ing It to the Mississippi policy.
Following is a list of killed and Injured
in yesterdays outbreak:
Albert Russell, colored, killed.
Joe Lowry, sh t In the spine; fatally.
liriJyet Hushes, struck In tho breast
with a rock; dangerously.
John Murphy, shot in the stomach;
Andrew Bennett, colored, shot in the
side; uot dingerous.
John Da. ton, shot In the leg; not dan
gerous. Sam Taylor, colored, shot In tho side;
Mike Gorman, policeman, shot In the
liunry Sherlock, policeman, s-iot lu
the back; dangerous.
Henry Brown, colored, shot la the ab
domen; la tally.
CoLtMncs, 0., October 15. The Re
publican majority this morning Is vari
ously estimated at from 13,000 to lfi,.
000. Ot the Congressmen elected, ten
are Democrats and eleven Republicans,
lit turns are coming in rapidly, and It Is
expected that before many hours the
official result will be known. In the
meantime the Republicans arc making
the most of their vic.ory, which seems
to have been decided and somewhat un
expected. Democrats pretend that the
Republican triumph is Insignificant, but
privately they are willing to admit
that the result Is dreadfully dampen
ing on the National Democratic cam
paign. Swan's Down.
Cixci.vxati, 0., October 15. A des
perate affray occurred la the locality
known as Ducktown at ten o'clock this
morning between two colored men, Geo.
Swan and James Kullry, In.whlch both
probably lose their lives. Kelly held
Democratic tickets at tho polls yester
day aud Incurred tho enmity of Swan,
who was a Deputy United States Marshal.
They met this morning. After a few
words Swan drew a revolver and fired at
Kellcy, who at the same moment made a
lungo at Swan with a knife. Both men
are probably mortally wounded.
Novel Scene in a Police Court.
Cincinnati, 0 , October 15 Long
before the hour of opening tho Police
Court this morning tho crowd packed the
aisle and seats to suffocation, tho faces
of colored brethren predominating. In
vain th court olUcers tried to pruservo
order. Tho collection of weapons cap
tured was a novel one. Revolvers, from
tho wide-mouth bull-dog to tho tiny
twcnty-two-cnllbro, lay side by side;
clubs of all varieties and lengths lay lu a
heap. Attorneys f r the defenso com
prised the best talent la the city. A mo
tion was made that tho Illegal voters'
cases bo continued ono week, which was
granted, The docket for to-day meas
ured nearly six feet lu lcrfgth.
How Cleveland Beoalvod the News.
Ai.iuny, N. Y., October 15. There was,
p-cut Interest in this city over the result
ol tho Ohio election and txcltelont ran
high, Newspaper oillces wero thronged
from an early hour lu tho evening until
after midnight. Tho Governor was busy'
at his desk during tho forenoon and dur
ing the afternoon he received a number
of callers and retired to hit
prlvato loom. Tho Governor left
tho ICxocutlvo Chambor for tho mansion!
on Kaglo street at 0:30 p. m., and ro-l
malned there throughout tho evening,
whero he rocclvcd bulletins of tho result
tn Ohio, Preparations for the trip to
New York to-day occnplod a largo part ot
the evening, and the Governor retired at
Coming to the Boratoh In West Virginia.
Wuhklino, W. Va., October 15. The
amount of scratching at yesterday's
election in this city Is unprecedented
and will dolay the counting. There was
no disturbance ot any kind at tho polls
and no churgo of fraud from cither stdo.
At Burton a fight over local Issuos re
sulted In tho death cf two men.
West Vlrt inl Hleotlon. -WnRBttNO,
W. Va., Octobor 15. The
atecUtorta West Virginia was for Gov
nr, a fail list oTgtato olilceri, aid
the Legislature. Questions ot taxa
tion, and the course of the Supreme
Court In the JuUltljencer contempt
caso were made 8tate Issues. A fusion
ticket of Republicans and Greenbackers
was put up against tho Democrats.
Few returns have been received, but
the Indications are that the fusion
scheme has boen a fatluro, and tho
State has been carried by the Demo
crats by an Increased majorl y over
that of 1880. The comparison of the
vote given below is with the vote of
1&40, when tho Democrats cast GO.O'Jl
the Re ubllcam ot 44,885 and the
Greeubackcrs 13,027. The Republicans
will have to gain an average of twenty
four la each ward aud precinct t) carry
The Vote of Cuyahotra County,
t Clkvkland, 0 Oooer 15. The total vote
of CuyuboTt County is U,is78. for Beerutary
of fctntH, ItobliiKon (ltp.) rwolves la.mW;
Newman (Iom.) 8) 611. llo'ilnnon's majority,
2.US. MorrlM, I'ltihibittmiiBt, uulludnan voUtS.
ForJudiru or the Supreme Court, Johnson
Ki.) ntelvi-d ftl.UW; Martin ilH-in.i SSI.i-U.
Jutiiion'H umjorlty. ZJI17. K'w'borouth.
ProhJb.Uonint, HTfi. Kor Mmnt-fr of Uib Hoard
of l'ublwj Works. tllukliiHw (Hop.) rj
oflvod L'2,:W8: ilenfor il)em.) ,.
Klh-Jciniror's majority. t,f()i. KlrkLDdaJL.
lYohibilionht, ar7. rnr Circuit JuitKes
Huynus (Hep.), i,0l; Kline Uein.), 21,6'M.
Haynw, majority, IA'jU. Lpson (llp.t, e,4W;
Stratton (iMm.iL 07. Upson's tnaJrrity,
X.IX. lUldwImltop ). (iarver ibomj,
H),3fl. ltalilwlu's majority, Tho vote
for I'robililtloii oandiaalus was: O'Uffi), 'M
btnwart, M: lH,-au. wo.
Tho county ticket la elwlel as follows:
Daniel E. Ttlden (Uep.t, Hrot a'e Judr, Btfj;
H. W. KitolKtn iltop.l, Omuty CUurk, 3,137; Alex
lladiion (Itcp ), Ounty lweoutor. !!.78; C.
iKjwstoi, (k.), rUinrtfr, I.KSJ; It. P. Pbinncy
(Hep.) County I ommt-sionor, S,By9; J. IJ. Var-iif-y
il(p.),Counly Surveyor, CO. IWiT
vail ilm.), JisUofiof tbe Peace, 3.0W. Koran's
nuijorttifs in 8ixuon wards ami iwvcinctx arc
4,M4. llurncu's inajorilics in fourteen wards
nnil prvrlncu mt,. Koran's injorily over
HuriK'lt l,2i. Teachnut, ProliibiUon Coiigrus
sional cuixlidutc received Kil voU;s.
The Congressional Districts.
CoLfMHUH, o., October 151 p. m. Tho ro
suit in tho Congressional iJIstrlets is probably
The lHmocr: t4 elect 1-cfevro in tho Fif'n;
Hill, in tlio hixih; honey, in the Seventh; .
iinthwaito. In tho Thirteenth; Wilklns, in tho.
Kilio.'iitti, and Koran In the Twoiity-tlrHt,
The Ki-piililieani eh ct IlutV-wortli in tho
First; lirown iiiLhe Second; Mony In tho
Third j Sinks in tho Kouitii; LI t e in
the hitfhtb; ( ooper i'i too Ninth;
Powers in the 'JVntu; Hurt lu th.
Kli-venth; Thompson in the Twelith: Oros-
vt-nor in tho (iiirtMntb; Hedt'es in the riix-!
teenta; J. i. Tavlor in tin- Scvi-ntoenlb; J.
H.Taylorln the Kighteeuth; K. H. Taylor in
tho Nineteenth; Willkim .McKitily in tho
.Morley, Cooper and (Jnwvenor run ahead of
their tickets. The majority of the latter is
claimed to be fully 5.O.W.
Lutcr return may chantro the results tn
three of the Umtricis sot down to the Kepub-.
Hamilton County R'publiom.
CiNcrssATi, O., (Xtober IS.-'Ueturus
from five precincts in Hamilton County,
uro lackintr. All other returns aro com-;
tilete. Ono hundred i:nl threo out of 109
chow the following vot: SeoretAry of Mat",
Newman, Democrat, ISl.SJti; Hobinson, iio
putiliean, 3i.2l; He roll, Ureenlweker, IWj
Jlorris, Prohibitionist, 7"; llobiusiu's major
ity, 2,t.ri5. 'Jh majority of Johnwn fo.
Judtrnof Suttreme Court. ts2,Sl7; K eskinirer
forliourdof Publio Works, S.S.W; for Con
press, Uutterworth, l.atii, and Itruwu, 2,uj&i
The whole lfa-Dub can eouiRv Ucket tux
elected. Uert'ttJord, Sheriff, has a maJoritjr,f3U,keptnp.
Heavy R publican Oiina.
FpRixariBLn, O, October L5.-It is probable
the county will (ro Kepublican by 2,300, a (ruin
of at 1( ast 400 or iuO. Some neirrocs jrnt
drunk and danced the streou nil niirht. John
Little, for ( owress. ts probably elected over
Denver by ut least sou Uepul4ic&n majodty.
A Sweeping Claim.
CtuXMnrs, O., Oi'tolwr IS. Upturns from
one-thinl of theStato Indicate tlio liepubllean
plurality to be over li'juu. Koturns have bien
received from all sections of the Suite and
indicate a stea.ly republican Incroase both
in towns and country. The Republican
claim fifteen out of twenty-one Coiuirussuicn,
with fair vlmnccs for ono or two ruoru.
Links Wine. '
Dayton, O., October 15. The vote or this
county stands, Robinson, ll.rji; Newman,
11,044; Morris, 20. The Itepubliean (ruin in tho
county is 1.0'.'5. Tho Democrat" elect tho
couniy iickci except piiernr. mere is no
ticket eicent Sheriff.
uouut mm .ioiiu r. i.iiik-i, nenuimenn, is
elected to Comrress from this d'ourth) Dis
trict, over Anderson, Democrat.
Cantos, 0 October 15.-Ciinton eity and
township: Newman, 2,303; Robinson, 2,0(2;
Morris, 62. Shirk County is Democratic by 000
majority. It is Impossible to iret complete re
turn! us yet. Congressman JMeKlnley has a
Kepublican mujority over Paige (Dem.) of
A Contest Probable.
Hamilton, O., October 15. -Campbell's ma
jority in this eity is ;W; In tho county 2,7ml,
a Democratic loss of 500; CumplKdl's elec
tion is conceded by a small majority. New
man's majority in the county is 2,M.ru. H. L.
Morey's ealinmto pluees Cauu beH's majority
at less than luu. Another contest is proba
ble. Correct Returns To-Morrow.
Cincisnati, 0 Octobor 15. Chairman
Oirlesvec, of the Itepubliean State Commltloe,
estimates that it will bo impossible to eo'-rect
tho returns of tlio vote by oouutios before to
Hart'a Trumpa. I
CH1LI.1COT1IK, O., October 15.-Tho veto In
Ross County shows Koblnson, 4.3.V); Newman,
4.4I7. Vote on Supremo Judiro not all in.
Hart, tho Republican ConrrnHl'miJ caudl
date, will probably curry the county.
A Clean Swsip
OiiKRMN, O., October l.l.-Heptibllciinsmado
a clean sweep In Loralne County, except .that
for Prosecuting Artoruey, Shuri), Dumocml,
Toledo, (., October 15,2:15 in M.-lt is
now certain Itomelss' (Hup.) nmlorlty over
Hurd (Dem.) iu this county is from MU to
Wasiunoton, D.C., October 15.-Tho s'rects
this mornlnir are full of Republic um Jubilant
over a majority of 1,001 lu their lav ir in
A Republican Majority.
Painksvillk, O., October 15.-I.ako County
gives a Rppubllcan majority lor Robinson of
at least 1.0K).
UN Democratic Oaln.
Cihclkvim.b, O., Octobor 15.-l'lekiway
County made a Demoeratlo gain of 65; Demo
cratic mujority, l.uiw,
At Clf v land.
Clkveland, O., Octobor lV-Koran's (Dom.)
majority' over Hurnett in tho Twenty-first
Conpretwlnnnl Dig' rlct Is l.'-IXl. Tho Heptibll
oan majontc on tho Huue ticket In Cujahoira
County Is 2.2IK. The Kepublicuns oleclod the
couniy ticket by majorities ranging from sua
for Probate Judge to3,I57for Couuty Clerk,
avoniglng about 2,400.
ToLKlio, ()., Octolivr 15,-Komlss', Kepubli
can, majority in Lucus County la between
twecn 1,lift and l.oon ovur Hurd, Democrat,
indicating Kurd's defeut.
DnYAM, 0 Ootober 18,-Tbe onHre Btato
tlokot tothto,Wu1tann Coanty, ha gone Dom-J
oorntio, wtt k the e.xcoplion of feo winnty
WHAT THEY SAY.
Opinions of tho Now York Cits
Froes on tho Result
Showing That An Editor, Lika "A Woman,
Oonvinoed AgainBt Her Will, Is of
the Same Opinion Still"
... i ,
Both Sides Tiying WSKaW f hat the Othei
I-'wliows Got tfae'WbVat of It
Tuke Your Choice.
New Yokk, October 15. The HVfJ
sayst The battle lu Ohio was fought by
the Democracy this year under great dis
advantages. No Democrat hoped for a
victory. The Democratic drawback
were numerous. Frauk Hurd's cauvass
for Congress was Injurious to tho party.
The State was Hooded '.with tariff docu
ments aud tariff speeches, and tho Dem
ocratic platform was misrepresented.
The Republicans wero enabled to cen
tral I, e ail tuelr money, pat
ronage and efforts on Ohio.
Ralne was carrlotl on exhibition
through the State. All tho orators of the
party were on the stump. The people
were told that to defeat the Republican
candidates was to annihilate tho Itepubli
ean chances in November. Tho Republi
can campaign was an appeal lor pity.
The experience of the campaign will sat
isfy all honest men who desire to pre
serve purity of elections of the expedl
tncy of abolishing early Stato elections
In presidential years altogether and mak
ing all Stutcs elect uniformly iu Novem
ber. tub "sun" says: '
Tho Republicans carried Ohio yester
day by a majority sufficiently decisive to
dispel in a great measure tbe uncertain
ties which have of late clouded the cam
paign. So far the returns which have
been received Indicate that this majority
will not be less than 16,000. lu Hamil
ton County the Republicans elect Butter
worth and Browne to CongToss, defeat
ing Follet and Kramer. Besides the loss
In Congress ot tho Democrats In Cincin
nati the returns indicate tho defeat ot
lalgo, Democrat, by McKlniey, Republi
can, In tho Twentieth district, and tho
posslDle election of Moray, Republican,
over Campbell, Democrat, In the Third.
These losses will nialfe.the delegation In
the Forty-ulnth CPlWiioss i-tand: Ten
Democrats to eleven &"gtt oilcan.
TUB. "times'1 says:
What is the result? A Republican loss
of C,000 in the majority as compared with
the vote of 1880. Tho portions of tho
State heard from thus early aro precisely
those in wiiich the greatest Influence has
been brought to bear by the Blaine ii.a
cbine, and there are scattering Indica
tions that tha average of gala wilLaot be
kept-OP, from such a result the sup,
porters of Cleveland will draw, uot disi
ucarienmeat, oui new courage, unto
was but an outpost which the avc
have carried at a fearful cost. ThcjTfvo
well uigh exhausted themselves before
the beginulug of the actual fl.ht. New
York hi now the battle ground, and ou
that Held tho assurance of victory is al
TUB STAK SAYS!
It would be futile to deny that his hard
won victory In Ohio will give a tremen
dous Impetus to Blaine's canvass; but
Cleveland may yet be elected by New
York, Indiana, and ono or two other
Northern States tn conjunction with tho
Southern phalanx, in which, as est Vir
ginia shows, no serious breach lias been
made, It will, however, be no walk
over, no easy contest. Everthlng hinges
ou New York, aud there won't bo
a vote to spare. With Cincinnati show
ing a Republican gain of more than 5,000
wo cannot see that tho promised German
revolt and young Republican revolt have
satisfactorily materialized. In this
State, too, if tho Democrats are to win,
they must count mainly on Democratic
votes and on an earnest, united front.
That Is tho naked truth of tho situation.
The ono determination should bo to save
New York for tho Domocracy, and this
can only bo effected by a union of New
TUB T1UUUX1S says:
The people of Ohio havo done well
their part. Tlio Democrats had deliber
ately chosen to stake all In a tremendous
struggle In Ohio. They chose that Stato
for tho s rugglo because outrageous
frauds in tho election of 1883 have clven
them tho Stato Government there. They
cheated all they could, aud might havo
cheated enough to succeed but for the
United States authorities Interposing.
Tho loyal voters sent down from
honest precincts an avalancho
of Republican majorities undor which
frauds were burled. The victory Is largo
ly duo to the great popularity and spicn
did personal loadershlpof Mr. Blalno and
General Logan. West Vlrzlula has d mo
grandly, though tho result seems still In
uouut. lo put a Southern Stato lu
doubt, In splto of all that tho bourbons
In such States havo boon In the habit of
doing, is lu itself a splendid victory, and
In November with Mr. Ulaiuo's itroat per
sonal popularity, with tho tariff question
brought home to tho voters directly, aud
with the sweep of tho snleudld victory in
Ohio, It is now socn to be not improbablo
that West Virginia will swell the anthem
of Republican triumph. Tho battle is
not yet over, nut with proper efforts its
end is placed bevond doubt. True
Americanism has triumphed, and British
fetters aro not to be our fetters. IYo
tectlon In home Industry has trlumphod,
and from this day no party will daro to
commit Itself to fne trade.
TUK IIKIUI.D BAYS!
It is known, as we go to press, that
West Virginia is Democratic by from
5,000 to 7,000 and Ohio Republican by
from 13,000 to 16,000. Tho result of tho
most despo ato canvass ever made by
Republicans can scarcely raise their hopes
of a favorable result in November. With
ill its unblushing use of patronage,
tvltb. its hired agenti, paid oat of
the publio treasury, shooting
citizens In tho streets, with open and
confessed corruption, and most lavish
aso of money, the majority secured Is so
much Iocs than thv hoped for and need-
id that their victory U in effect a defeat.
ino Democrat havo no reason to m
llsoouraged at tbe result The Ulaiae
Sea have spent their; strength. In
vw whlcti hurt tfccjjv far mors than1
t doss Its ntagovtflts.
Hla Trip From Albany to Sew York
Nkw Yokk, Octobor U. Governor
CI veland, left A ba ay this morning, ac
companied by Daniel S. Lamont, his pri
vate secretary, and Mayor Banks, ot Al
bany. It wa tho express wish of tho
Governor that uo demonstration ahcultl
be made lu his honor along tho route.
At Foughxeepsle, however, the crowd
was so large aud enthusiastic that he was
Induced to Introduce tum-self to the as
semblage and, for five inmates, shook
hands with all who reached hltu. '
At th's polut Senator Newbold
boarded the tralu. aud tho Governor
chatted ploasautly with Mr. Nowbuid un
til Garrison was reached. Here Hauilt
tou Fish got on board tho tralu aud en
tered the car occupied by tho Governor.
They greeted each other cordially and
conversed together until the arrival
ot the tralu at the Grand Central
Depot, at about 11:3U. A com
mittee, composed ot Senator Jlaruum,
Chairman A brum S. Hewitt, Senator
Gorman, of Maryland; ex-Mayor Grace,
Senator Gwynne, J. W. James, C. D.
Campbell, II. B. Lighted, J. R. Coleman,
Kugcue Kelly and Mossrs. Greou ami
Vandcrpool, met tbe Governor at the de
pot, and after an exchangn ot greetings,
escorted him to a carrlago wldch lie
cnterod In company with. Senator Barocai
aud Colouol Lamont.
UA.SU HALL, It it 1 VII' IKS.
fcore of G a ro Played on Tuesday,
Richmond, Va Toledos, 3; Virginias,
2. Kxliloltlon game.
Pittsburgh, l'a. Louisvllies, 10; Allo
BrooWyo, N. Y. Brooklyn,
dlanupolls, 4; seven innings.
Gamo called on accouut of darkness.
New York Metropolitans, 4; Cincin
nati, 3; seven Inutogs. Game called on
accouut of uarkuoss. This defeat keeps
tho Cincinnati out ot tho sexoud posi
tion, for which they have been striving
PhlladclDhla, Fa. Philadelphia,
Athletics, 4. Exhibition game.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 7;
Boston Unions, 5.
Kansas City, Mo. Nationals, 5; Kan
sas City Unions, 2.
Brighton Beach Races.
New Yokk, October 15. The races at
Brighton Beach were coutiuuod yester
day. The cold suap rather thinned tho
attendance. All tho events wore keonly
contested and good time made.
First Race Maidens of threo years old
and upward; three-quarters ot a mile:'
Tunlsjflrst; Forlorn, second; George M.,
third. Time, 1:11) 1-2. Mntuals paid
Second Race For all ages; ono mile:
Centennial first; Charley Kemplani,
second; Baltazar, third. Time, l:4t!.
Mutuals paid $11.45.
Third Race Uaudlcap for all ages;
one aud one-eighth miles; Llgau, first;
Manitoba, second; Noruna third. Time,
1 :58 1-2. Mutuals paid $30.70.
Fourth Raco For beaten horsos: sev
en-eighths of a mile: Bl u estr lug, first r
jsryiogie, second!. Ada, third. Time,
1:33 1-2. Mutuals paid $28.05. -
Fifth Ra e For all ages; one and one
eluhth miles: Asenlc, tlrst; Woodcraft,
second; Krupp Gun, third. Time, 2-01
1-2. Mutuals paid $11.35.
Portland, Ouk., October 15. Tho
deep sea fishing schooner Lottie, sailed
from Astoria, ou a cruiso over a week
ago. Shu had on board eight men. Sho
expected to be off the mouth of the Co
lumbia River only two days. She has
failed to return, and Inward bouud'ves'
so: s report at Astoria that nothing what
ever has been seen of this Lottie. Dowo
the c ast very rough winds havo pre
vailed for sevcrul days, and grave fears
are cntertaiucd that the schooner and all
ou board are lost. There arc some hopes
that the vessel may have been drlvcu luto
tho shoal water of tho bay during tho
Mall and Express Car Burned.
Dkkii Pakk, Win., October 15. Great
excitement was causod on the Omaha
passenger train bound for Lake Superior
yesterday, by tho burning of tho mall and
express car betwoen New Richmond and
Deer Park. Tho car was ilrod by sparks
from tho cuglno lodging tn a lot of cam
paign torches and other combustlblo
matter In tho express apartment. These
torches made such a dense smoke that It
was lmposslblo to save any of tho ex
press matter. Several boxes of cart
ridges aud tho torch lamps exploded.
Tho registered mall was 6aved, but the
most of tho remainder was destroyed.
Tho loss Is about $15,000.
A Bonana in Fdtroloum,
Titl'sviu.k, Pa., October 15. Tho
Phillips' woll was agitated nearly all day
yesterday, but has fallen off to thirty-two
Inches an hour. Christie No. 1 continues
to pour forth a river of oil, at tho rate of
233 barrels an hour. This morning It
was milking by an actu il gauco, 256 bar-'
rols an hour and In two hours during tho
night, It averagod over 300 barrels an
hour. These figures are without a paral
lel; an additional gas tank will be put
up at tho well to-day, and drilling re
sumed. The yield will doubtless bo tern-
torarlly Increased, but tt doos not seem
losslble to surpass tho original outpour,
The Now Prooons of Steel-Making.
Rhamno, Pa., Octobor 15. Tho new
lloudorson process of making steel,,
which is controlled by a dozen leading;
iron firms of Huston, Pa., and which Is to1
jtako tho place of tho Bessemer process,'
was successfully tested yesterday at
Blrdsboro. Tho blooms rolled nicely.
The shoets woro then cut Into rail plate,
and Iron and steel rails of excellent char
acter wero manufactured. Tho new ktud
of steel is more plltule, cheaper, and
more easily worked that Bessemer steel,
while it is as tough. The expectation is
that It will tako the placo of hammered
and rolled Iron altogether.
Toledo, O., October 15. The Interest
in tho election was so great that a vast
crowd remained at the political headquar
ters nearly all night. Early this
morning when a Rojubllcaft vic
tory was Insured the enthutlaam
found vent tn various ways, Hun
tire of men with tin horns, joined by
others with torches, formed in proconilon
and marched through the street', Tho
who forenoon hat wiVteeved so abate
ment of . iaturtJtt, eMMonOly In toe rturatt
ta the CoocrotHtaiM Cfht.
This powdor never varies. A marvel of purity,
etreiiutn aud wholesomeDem. More economical
than ordinary klnda. and cannot he aold in com
petition with the multitude) of low teat, abort
weight, alum o- phosphate powder. Sold only
in cuus. ROYAL BAKING POWDF.R CO.,
100 Wull Street, New York.
(jAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
The Greatest of all Hpoctacular and Realistic
.uuio-Limuim, t. o
Eiubrticli:g tho larije-t Dramatics Company and
more Gorgeous 8cone-y than auy other -organisation.
50 Pooplo in the Company!
2 JUntiro Carloads fScenery
The. following realistic life, plcturue:
CRAIGSNEST BY MOONLIGUT,
LITTLE QUEER STREET, London,
.THE WRECK OF THE SARATOGA,
HAMPTON RACE COURSE,
LONDON BY SUNRISE.
A Drama depleting tho Ilaman rassious of
r-fyUflccrvcd i ota for sale w'thoufextra charea
al tt. Duder's Jewulry stcru,
W. 6. CAEI,
always on haid. ..
Hearse in readl
iios when called
No. 12 (Jth St., Cairo, III
Manufacturer and Dualor In
8th Streoi, between Com'l Ave. ud Leveo,
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Sato Heoalred, All Klnda ol Keys Mudo.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
. . Made to Order.
8th St., but. Ohio Leveo fe Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - ILL.
Bopalriuff neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAIIKSON, Agont.
Nx.t Alexander Co. TUnk, th ttt
IP-Good Stock and I'rioea Kcaionable.sTl
CAIRO SVAll LAUNDRY.
t w.ihiii tmanitrtniiiv an nounco to the cltlsees of
Cairo that 1 hv iptnvl and jm sarrytnt on a
flrdcla latmd.ylDtherosr of Winter a Hlock.
on Seventh street, whero I am prepared to do all
kind or work In my Hue lu a euporlor and work
maimlilp ' lu dufylnir competition and at reaaoa
aliln fUiireii. AH wnk gtmran eetl, and piompt
uaymuut if ant good are lost, i.
N. D.-Kntrsnce to laondry, through theprtviKi
ntrauco to W Intel's Block, v i, 1 strata , .
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