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THE DAILY CAIRO JBCL
CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MORNING, OCIOBER 17, l8i.
TEST YOUR BAKfflQ POUR TO-DATl
Brand! advartlMK at abututljr pare
THE TEST I
Place flan top down on a but utov. nntll heated, the
rwiiixra Uih cover and .moll. A elwmUt will nut be re
quired tw duteet the preeouee of ainmunla.
o irpritiiv made.
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITS HULTIin-UBU Hat NEVER BUM UUSTIOWD.
la a million homo, for a quarter of a century It bat
toed tha connumen' reliable tt,
THE TESTJFJHE OVEH.
PRICE BAKING TOWDEIt CO.,
. audita or
Er. Price's Special Flavoring: Eitracts,
Tlx Mraaf mI,mm( e.lltlMi u4 lr. I . 1m..,u4
Dr. Prlcs's Lupulin Yeast Gams
For Light, Healthy Hmul, Th. Unit Vrj H p
Vaunt In thu Wurl.l.
FOR SALE BY CROCERS.
CHICACO. - ST. LOUIo.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ageut foi tbo Cclclraf
aleo carries the largest and belt mlectcd ttockol
evtrbrongbt to the city. Price ranclng from the
loveit lor a cheap tuive up to the cloteia figure!
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Builder.' FUrdwere, and a complete aanortment of
Tinware, Granlteware, Karthenware end general
line ofllou.e Furnlablos Goods. Lamp.. Fixture!,
etc. Call endexainlnt. before purchasing.
Corner 12tb and Commercial Arenac, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. W.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have a fall and complete line of
Lint'iUtootlH, Dusters, Xotions, Etc.
A heavy itock ol Body Brunei!, Taper
tnei and Ingrain
A full itock of Oil Cloths, all slice and prices.
All Uoodi at Uottom Priori
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successcr to Cbas- T. Newland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. feuth and Ele
Drive Well Force and Lift Pomps furnished aud
put up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
he beat pump ever Invented. New Oae Fixture!
urnlsbed to order. Old fixtures repaired aud
tarJobblng promptly ottunded to 319-tf
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4tU & Com'l
JJKW YORK STORE,
WnOLKSAtE AND RETAIL.
The .Latest Variety Slock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
, Cor, Nineteenth treat! Palm Til
Commercial Avenue? vUUe 4 II
Tho Oblcatro Mombora of a Llvor
pool Firm Data Away
HeBjCDtms Penitoat and Writes a Let
ter Explaining How He Was Lured
Into Option Dealings.
And Compelled to Steal More and More
to IHide His Losses The Worst
Chicago, III., October 1C Last night
a reporter who wt ut to tho house ot
John A. Atkinson, defaulting member of
the pork packing firm of Davles, Atkin
son & Co., on Lake avenu", was told that
he was not at home and that there was
no telling when be would be home. Mr.
Davles was seen at his hotel. He said:
"When I arrived here on October 8d a
clerk handed me a letter written by Mr.
Atkinson which will explain much, if not
aL" The letter Is as follows :
Chicago, III,, October 3, I have
a most terrlb e confession to make. I
have lost a largo sum of your money In
speculations on the lizard of Trade, aud
havo used money borrowed fro n tho
banks to py 1 sscs. I don't know tho
amount, but ft must be over $1 lO.Otto.
This iitceptlonon my part has been going
on a lung time. I nude money at first,
and encouraged by the hope of making
op some ponton of last year's losses,
I took larger lines and was
long on a lot ot fctuff when
the panic cams last May. Then it
was Impossible to sell out, so I sold
a qaanilty of pork short, and wu
caught in the Armour corner. I atill
he.d on to all the stuff, after paying the
loss on pork, aud about live weeks ago
was within a few thousand dollars of
being even, but prices collapsed and left
m tu-rs wor.se taan ever. AH these
months I have been d cdving the
banks as to the position we were lu,
hoping that It would come on', all
right. Uut It went on from
bad to worse, and every effort I madu'to
make money only pluug d me deeper Into
the mire. A greai many trades arc still
open, but the market shows little sign of
doing any better. I know there Is no
paldatioa for the baseness and lngrati
ta le of my conduct, and, were It not for
my wife aud Utile ones, I would end my
life. As it Is, I am broken down by the
terrible strain. It has been d ."
The letter ended abruptly at this point.
Mr. Davies, tbe senior member ot the
firm lives In England, where he disposes
of all the products of the Chicago house.
Finding it impossible to sat a straight
account of his business, Mr. Davles re
solved to come to this country and Inves
tigate for himself.
The firm was started by Mr. Davles,
who is a wealthy commission merchant
of Liverpool, and Isaac Atkinson, a con
fidential clerk in his employ, who came
to this city for the purpose. Mr. Atkin
son was accidentally drowned in the lake
off his residence In Kenwood, somo four
year ago, and Jhn A. Atkinson succeed
ed to a membership in the firm on his
"Tbe first intimation I had of anything
irregular," said Mr. Davies, "was Atkin
son's letter which is corroborated by the
most painful facts. I permitted the at
tachment by the Continental Dink for
$25,000, because this note Is discounted
on the strength of warehouse receipts,
the property of which really belonged to
the Bank ot Montreal."
!'Let me explain," continued Mr. Da
vles, "one of the strongest clauses In tbo
partnership coitract la to the effect that
Atkinson should not speculate or do any
thing; outside of legitimate business
wl boot my consent, as he had no capi
tal In the firm. The business here was
Imply to supply the Liverpool honse;
there was no outside trade. Somo
twelve month ago Atkinson asked for
money. Knowing that tbero was
ample capital hero, I wroto to
hlra asking him why bo was
drawing still moic, amounting to $150,
000, and suggested that there must be
something wrong. In reply to that ho
cabled that an employe of tho firm
named JIarbers had been specntatlng,
unknown to bin), and had paid up losses
in margins by excessive overdrafts. Har
bers, Mr. Davles explained, was man
aging the commission department ot tho
establishment, and represented tho Orm
on the Board, ills connection with the
firm is, of course, at an end, and
what has become of Llm Mr. Davles
professes not to know. Regarding
the latest developments, be said!
"Tbo mother of Mr. Atkinson has
tarted suits against tbo firm, one ot
which ls.for an entirely fictitious amount,
which she knows. Tho claim Is for
money oa deposit. Believing Atkinson
to bo honest and reliable, I never
doubted .tbo Harbors transaction ; Har
bors himself wroto me a letter to
Liverpool, admitting ills irregularities.
I have not gono into the books
yet, but this lato development leads
mo to believe that the peculations
amount to not less thin $200,000 That
is as far as I can judge. It is very prob
ablo that further developments will bo
made In a day or two."
It is said in commercial circles that tho
Bank of Montreal Is still out somo $140,
000, which tt carried, becauso Mr. Davics
la not in any way in financial distress.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Tha Reward Offered tor the Arreat of
Cool Mine Inoendlarles.
Columbus, O., October 1C By con
tinual exertions with Are engines and by
topping ail draught to tbo burning
mines In the Hocking Vulloy, tha opera
tors htfvo succeeded in stopping . tho
flames In all but ono. This ono is located
at Carbon mil, and tho flro has gained
ucu headway in the center of the rnlno
that tt is thought no effort will avail
gainst It. The Columbus and Hocking
Coal Company offers a reward of $1,000
tor tho arrest of tho gnilty paitlos. Mo
further demonstrations have been made
by tha striking miners. Ac effort Is be
tag made at Columbus to securo sys
tematic donations for them during tho
tail and winter,
; Tha Caltunet Kin SUU Burning.
I Masqtjittb, Mica, October 10, Tho
the at the Calumet Mine la not yet on
tkdv extinguished. Tbrea men who
irsoi ' Sosrn to too seventh level wer
np taeualbU, though they re-
down (tat six mtnutM. Lata
wo others mado tho attempt and wer
Irawn out in a llko condition and came
tear losing tbelr lives. -
The stamp mills are being operated on
lock obtained from the roservo burrows
tt tho Black Hills section. Tbo supply
Mil lasts couplo ot weeks, by which tlmo
t is thought tho mine will be all right.
UASK WALL. UKKVIXIES.
Score of Games Fkyt oa Wednesday,
Now York Metropolitans, 12; Indian
i polls 2. Six Innings. Gimo called oa
lecount of darkness.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Loulsvlllos, 9; Alio
Baltimore, Md. Baltlmoros, 13; St.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Cincinnati, C Brook
Philadelphia, Pa. Provldeuccs, 8f
Philadelphia, Pa. Athletics,. 11; Co
Itkhmond, Va Toledo, 7; Virgin
Cincinnati, 6. Cincinnati Unions, 6;
Baltimore Uulous, 3.
Buffalo, N. Y.-BufLtlos, 9; Bostons, 8.
Oloea of the American Association Sea
St. Louis, Mo., October 1(5. Tho Ma
son of the American Association closed
yesterday, although there Is yet a grace
for postponed and unplayed games. The
general results and tho placing of tbe
nines, however, Is such as precludes the
probability of there being any more con
tests. At ; resent the Met have beyond
question won the highest honors, while
the Columbus have a grip on second
place. Tbe struggle between Columbus,
Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis
Clubs has been something unprecedented,
and up to a few weeks ago tho Mets'
position was anything but certain. In
fact, It is tbe impression all over tho
country tha' tho struggle In the Ameri
can Association this year has been tho
most exciting on record, and tho games
hsve in all respects been far in advance
of the League affairs in point of fielding,
batting aud general excellence In the
spirit manifested in the good of tho Na
tional sport. It is to bo regretted that St.
Louis was unfortunate at oi.e period by tho
breaking down of several of its pitchers
ami the pertldious desertion of an un
faithful player at the same time, which
bad a discouraging effect on the balance
of the men. They have hold together
manfully, however, and on their last trip
have played some of tbe finest ball and
have met with some of the most re
markable snccesscs In the history of tbo
club. There are nnny inaccuracies la
tbe tables published, aud so far from Tues
day's game counting against St. Louis
in Brooklyn no regular game was ever
stipulated; and It so, Captain Comlskey
bad sulllclent reasons for not going to
Brooklyn, or en excuse for not making
the bargain. This will Improve St. Louis'
standing as published. Tho defeats in
Philadelphia and Baltimore wero un
locked for, and in one Instance tho men
were "Qulnned" out ot a victory. But
for this they would have stood well for
second place. The table, which will
probab y com) closer to the official
record than any yet presented, Js as fol
a- 2 f 5 r; SS T' X- ' Hi C
ia:jr 3 5 O c"3;e.$ S
Hull 1 more.
I , 6 B & ft. 3 21 81 8 Uj Si
8 6 4 6 6 5 9 6, 6 5 83 ...
3. 5 2 8 8 3 14"! 2 4 4lL.
St 6 f S IS 1 3 in: 4 7 (I KM
5 477 H 5 3 M 6, K W9i
4 li 3 1 2 1 2 4 4 31 21.
6 4 8 5 5 91 3 8 8 6! ft 6S'I . . .
85.98587 19855 T5700
2 Li 8i 1 1 8 2' l! 15 15 31 ...
1 1 3 0 3 4 2) 2 t 2 1 24i...
7 5j 7 8 '51 6 6 4 , 5 67fcM
3 j 4 3 lj 0 JJJj 5 9 5 4ilj...
Games k fltiH
1. Metropolitans 75 J
2. Columbus 89 3U
8. Loulsvilles 8 4(1
4. St. Louis 67 40
5. Cltieinniitls 88 41
fl. llnltimorcs (SJ 45
7. Athletic tW 4(1
8. Toleuos ; 411 58
. Hrooklyns 41 114
10. Pittsburgh 31 78
11. Inillnnupolu. 28 70
12. l(lehmouJs.... 21 80
Baltimore, Md , October 1C Tho
second day of tho ru-rcs under tho
auspices of tho Jockey Club attracted a
large attendance at Pimllco. The weather
was cool and bracing. The track was In
fairly good condition.
First Race One mile, for all ages, for
a purse of $500; Klca won In 1:45 3 1;
Mamtuonist, second; Chcckruato, third.
Mutuals paid $15.95.
Second Race Orlolo handicap for a
purse of $500; 1 1-8 mllos: War Eagle,
tlrst; Heel and Toe, second; Retiree,
third. Time, 2:30 8-4. Mutuais paid
Third Race Selling race for all ages;,
pu'so of $400; 1 1-4 miles: Marmaduke,,
first; Hartford, second; Besslo, third,
Time, 2:13. vutualspald $ .3.75.
Fourth Race One and flve-clghths
miles, for a purse of $500: Fosters! won
la 2:55; Referee, second; General Mon
roe, third. Muluals paid $30.40.
' Filth Race Mil hosts for thrco-year-olds,
for a purse of $500: Thackery won
In two straight heats, with Lady Land,
socond. Time, 1:45 1-2 ami 1:4G. Mu
tuals paid $41). 10 on race. Chanticleer,
who was the favorite, ran poorly, and
was distanced in the first heat.
Brighton Beach Races.
Nkw Yokk, October 16. There was a
fair attendance at Brighton Beach yester
day. Tho contests were spirited.
First Race For two-year-olds j flvo
elgbtbs mile i Bonnie Bouche, first; Ter
ry Barton, second ; Three Cheers, third.
Time, 1 :04 8-4.
Second Race Selling allowances; one
and one-eighth miles: Corsair, first;
Bllard, second; Transit, third. Time,
2 100 8 4. Mutuals, $16.10.
Third Race Handicap, one and one
fourth miles i Cooteanral, first; Wander
ing, second; Jim Carlisle, third. Time,
2 ill 1-3. Mntosi, $24,85.
Fourth Race Three-year-olds aus up
wards) one mils i Liszt Mack, first;
Montauk, second; Tvruado, third. Tlmo,
li45. Mutual, $27.10.
Fifth Race linrtOe raco, over five
hurdles; one aud m4artli milts;
paebjbster,. first; IfeUujMswotU Qorge
McCanos&h. tbtrel TW, 2:24 1-4.
Mattmls psM, $10.30. .
LOST 'IS BLOOMING 'AT.
Two Hundrod Pounda of Brag and
Bluator Oomoa Suddenly Jto
"Butch" Browa Worsted in a Rough and
Tumble Fight by Little Jimmie
The Generous Conqueror Attacked by
Brown's Friends A Lively Scrim
mage With a Sudden Ending.
New Yokk, October 10. James Faulk
ner, the diminutive Lancashire wrestler,
yesterday whipped "Butch" Brown, a
heavy weight sport, known all over the
country, who has boasted of his ability to
"lick John L, Sullivan in a bar room
scrap." Faulkner, who, with Bonny
Jones, gave an exhibition of wrestling
on Monday night, when McCaJlroy de
feated Mltchel., the English champion,
spent Tuesday nlgbt in company with
MaCaSrey, Billy o'Brion, Alt .Lout,
Jimmy Kellcy and a few others, In visit
ing the sporting bouses ot tho city.
About two o'clock yesterday morning,
McCaffrey left tbe party and went to his
room at No. 215 Seventh avenue and the
others went to Tom Draper's and
Jim Wakely's and thenco to tho
Putnam Iiousn, It was after four o'clock
when they arrived ther, sad a "nlght
cai" being proposed, they entered tho
bar-room, whore " Butch" Brown and
some friends wero discussing the merits
of fighters in general and those of tho
famous "Butch" In particular. Brown
boasted loudly ot his superiority as a
"scrapper," and ; aid ho could whip
Sullivan pr McCaffrey. No one denied
bis assertion end bo approached Faulk
ner and said: "You're a wrestler, alu't
"Hl-hl profess to te suinru'aton wrast
lln," was the quiet reply.
"We l,"alU Brown, "you're a midget,
aud w-iuld be but a child In my hands. I
can whip any man."
Then Faulkner said : "Nobody 'oro his
looking for a fight, but no un is going to
hutnblo ourselves before such as you. . I
think as I can lick you, aud rlht 'ere,
Thon the giant butted his littlo antag
onist and they clinched. In tho twink
ling of an eye 220 pounds of "Butch"
Brown fell to the floor with Faulkner on
top. The latter did not really wish to
hurt his burly adversary, and said : "lllf
yer gives hln, hl'll . yer hup." Then
be arose and Brown . staggered to his
tect and, seizing a water-pitcher,
attempted to , brain Faulkner.
All Lant and 'O'Brlo i wrested tho
pitcher from hlra and both men ran to the
street. There was a crowd ot 100 men
gathered and watched Faulkner pick up
and throw Brown heavily several times.
Then Brown's friends, who saw that he
was being worsted, attacked Faulkner,
whoso friends rushed to his rescue and
tbe row became general. It was a
wld scene aud men rolled over
and over on the sidewalk. Sev
er.', men drew - revolvers aud mur
d'.r seemed Imminent, but Fanlkner
stopped by butting Brown in tbe face
uuJ putting him "tosleep." Tnofrlonds
of Hi own stopped fighting and carried
hinriothi P .tnam House, where water
Stiff aSpwigwere pot iuto activo uso
and the crestfallen "Butch" retired.
Faulkner, in relating the tacts of tho
case yesterday, said: "The honly dam
age as I sustained was tho loss of mo
UURXKD TO BLIZZARDS.
A Maryland' Town Laii Low By the
Baltimore, Md., October 14. A
special to the Sun from Crlsflold, Md.,
says: Flro broke out this morning at two
o'clock In tho colored people's huts, near
Goodsoll's oyster house. Following is a
list ot tho houses burned: Goodsoll's
oyster house, Blizzard's dwelling and
opera-house, Hemingway's oyster house,
Long, Coulbourn & Co.'s oyster house
and lumberyard, Strlbb's oyster house,
Thomas i oulter's oyster house
and dwelling, Chaso's oyster
house, Lawsou & Woodlawn's
store and dwelling, and thirty or
forty colored people's dwellings. Tho
fire has not yet reached tho railroad. A
railroad engine is standing ou tho track
ready for an emergency. Tho tiro is still
raging, but as tho wind has hauled to
eastward tho fire is not likely to reach
the railroad track. Long, Coulbourn &
Co. are the heaviest losers. All that sec
tion of tho town commencing at Bliz
zard's and running to tho extreme north
west point is burned.
FORD AT Sl'RINUFIliLD, MO.
The Famous Counterfeiter-Drury Col
lege. SrnmuFiKLD, Mo., October 1C Nich,
olas M. Ford, fusion candidato lor Gov
crnor, arrived hero yesterday morning
and in the afternoon addressed an audi
ence at tho Court-houso. Mr. Ford waa
introduced by Dr. J. McAdoo, Prcsldcul
of tho Irish-American Blaine and Logao
club. At night ho spoke at North Spring.
field. The ltupubllcaus and Greenback
ers got together aud paraded, bearing
Mrs. Mary Hlgglos who was arrestod
at Houston, Texas County, and brought
hero a few days sinco, on a charge ol
counterfeiting and passing silver coin,
was arraingo l boforo Commissioner Mc
Lain Jones yesterday eveulug, and held
'to ball lu tho sum of 8;W0 for the District
Court. Sho is a woman of res pec tabid
appearance and very shrewd. Sho and'
her husband havo not lived together foi
qulteawhl , and since his departure It
is said sho has been promiscuously
throwing counterfeit money around. '
Texts County is famous for counter,
feiters and moonshine distillers, but both
bauds have been pretty badly broken up.
Four years ago nlu distilleries wore
captured at one drive, aud two years ago
the United Stales Marshals made s suc
cessful raid on 'tho counterfeiters by
capturing tho leader. They Mled to get
the tools, however, aud there la still
some wort going on In tho rocky region
of T?xaa County.
The City Council, with characteristic
littleness, last night reduced the police;
iorco f..r this city of ia,0OO people tofoui
men. They would make a good council
jfor a grave yard.
Rev. Wtlitatu U. Shaw, pastor of tbe
bid School Presbyterian Church of this
buy, was married to-day at Arrow Bock,
Mo., to Mls4da Bradford, of-that place.
ThecTitns of tbo lr, Ms. Crane, wftd
was a few Ur ago dtsmlssed from thi
pastorate of tho North End Congrega
tlonal Church, seems to consist ot his
friendship tor Dr. Morrison, President ot
Drury College. Dr. Morrison Is guilty
of wanting to hold bis position as Frost
dent in splto.of tha fact that Judgo Uar
wood, s very wealthy man, wants the
place for his brother, Dr. J. II, Uar
wood, who is a rising clergyman and a
man of fine education, and who, it is but
fair to add, raised tho money which built
tho collcgo and put It la successful
DEATH OF A HERO.
Futile Attempt to Baseus a Lady From
IIarbisucro, Pa., October 1C A
shocking accident occurred to-day. Miss
Llzzlo Wallace, in getting off ot a
Cumborland Valley train, stepped in
front of another train. Harry Foster, a
checkman, promptly sprang to her res
cue, but both wore rnn down Instantly.
Miss Wallace was cut to pieces, and died
instantly. Foster had both legs mangled
and almost torn off. Miss Wallace was
going to tbe Woman's Temperance Con
vention now in session here, and re
sided in Ncwvllle, Cumberland County.
Stabbed la Six Plaoes.
Miudleton, O., October 1C In a fight
last night between Joe Llarterand "Red"
Bolton, two young meu well-known la
town, Barter threw a stone at Bolton,
when tho two came together, and before
any one could Interfere, Bolton stabbed
Harter la six places, the wounds taking
effect lu the head, neck, breast and side.
Harter bled profusely and presented a
horrlblo sight. He was taken home In a
critical coudltlon. It is feared ho can not
Indorsed St. John.
Monti'elikr, Vt., October 15. The
Vermont , Prohibitionists met in conven
tion, here this afternoon with 250 dele
gates present. Tho Commltteo on Reso
lutions reported resolutions declaring
that the Prohibitionists had nothing to
hope from either the Republican or
Democratic party on this lssuo, and
therefore lndorsod St. John and Daniel.
Thirteen Thousand and Sixteen.
St. Louih, Mo., October 16. Tho
latest reliable returns from Ohio place
tho Republican plurality at 13,016.
Mcskeoox, Mich., October 16. Blalno
did not arise as early as had been expected
at Grand Rapids this morning, and when
he did get up he was still tired, worn and
unrefrcshed. However, the special train
was boarded at nino o'clock and sped
away toward Lake Michigan, stops being
mado at Grandvllie, Zeland, Holland and
Grand Haven, at which places large
and enthusiastic crowds wero In waiting
and cordially wolcomed tho distinguished
party. Blaine kept his compartment vory
closely, and did little or no speech-making,
that duty devolving ou General Fre
mont, General Alger and others. Tbo de
lay In starting this morning so shortened
tbe time that tbe stops were veiy brut
"Good raorniqg" and "Good-bye," was
about all the people got at some of tho
stations, thongb tbo enthusiasm was very
great. At noon a halt was mad- at
Muskegon, a tremendous crowd being at
Luoas County Vote.
Toledo, O., October 1G. Tho official
vote of Lucas County show a total vote for
Secretary of State, ot 15,938; Robinson's
majority, 203. Johnson has a majority
over Martin ot 253. Fllcklnger, for
Board ot Public W orks, has 1,044 over
Benfer. Tbo judiciary in this tho first
subdivision ot tho Fourth District Is still
In doubt; Lemmon (Dem.), Is thought to
bo elected over Dodge (Rep.), and Com
niager (Dem.), over Wilson (Kcp.) This
latter coutest Is ono which is lu
great doubt. Both Dodge and Wilson
have majorities in Lucas County, but it
is thought outside majorities will pull
both Lemmon (Dem.) and Commagcr
through. Baldwin (Rep.), for Circuit
Judge, gets 'JtiU majority lu Lncas Couuty,
Upson 74, and Haynos 471. Lucas
County gives Romcls for Congress 1,6011
over Uurd (Dem). Ofllclal returns from
outsido counties aro not yet in, but tho
Republicans claim tho election by 245
votes Tbo wholo Republican County
ticket pulls through. .Tho Republicans
gain 2,200 over a year ago.
Ten to Ten and One in Doubt.
Cincinnati, O., October 10. Lato re
turns sustain a Republican majority ot
12,000 and indicate that it might go
over rather than under that flguro.
That is a gala over Hoadly of 24
000. Democrats fool soro, and talk of
throwlug'out tbo vote of Hamilton
County. The latost figures give the
Republicans and Democrats ten Con
gressmen each with ono remaining dis
trict, the Elevontb, doubtful. Frank Uurd
concedes his defeat by 300.
Clkvkland, O., October 16. Tho. total
voto of Cuyahoga Connty is 43,878.
Foran's majority ovor Burnett In the
Twonty-Flrst Congressional District Is
1,301. Newman has a majority over Rob
inson, Republican, of 153 in this county.
Hadder, Republican, for County Prosecu
tor, has a majority of 057 over Web,
Democrat, and Tllden, for Probate Judgo,
has a majority of 2,682, Instead of 082 as
Younostown, O., October 16. Ro
turns from all precincts la Mahoning
County, except two, which will make
any material difference, give Robinson
for Secretary of Stato a majority of
1,100, running slightly behind his ticket.
Rt-publlcan candidates on tho county
ticket have majorities ranging from 800
Cincinnati, O., October 16. Returns
from every county in tho State, save two,
show a Republican majority of 11.000.
The following Is a list of Congressmen
Republicans Butterwortb, Brown,
Little, Cooper, ltomles, Thompson,
Grosvenor, J. II. Taylor, E. B. Taylor,
McKinley. Total, 10.
Democrats Campbell, Anderson, Lo
fevre, Hill, Seney, Rilsbcrry, Outhwalte,
WUklus, Ueddes, Warner aud Voraa.
Total, 11. Ohio detecMtonUetvCooxreu
stood tight RspvUKctfas, thirteen Dno
This cowiler nevrr varies. A marvel of Dorltv.
etreDKth and wliolesoineoeis. it ore economical
man ordinary Hindu, and ciinnot bo tola in com
petition with the molliturlu of low text, short
weight, slum O' phn'pliKte powder. Sold only
In cans. ROYAL IIAKISU POWDfR CO.,
iuii wail street, New YorK.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
MrDAV- -OCT. 20 & 2L
The Greatest of all Hpectacular and Reallallo
Alolo-Dramus, t e ,
IIOMANY It YE !
Embruclr jr. the largc-t Dramatic Company and
ruoru tioroous scot.e'y tnan any other
50 People in the Company!
li lntiro tJarloadshcenory
'1 no rollow.nj realistic lllo pictures:
CUAIGSNEST BY MOONLIGHT,
LITTLE QUEER STliEKT, London,
THE WRECK OF THE SARATOGA,
HAMPTON RACE COURSE,
LONDON BY SUNRISE.
A Drama deplctlDR tha Iliiman Paxilon of
rirUoforveil erate for ale w'thout extra chareo
at K. Eudei'i Jewelry eioru.
W. G. CART,
alwau on band.
Ifearso in readi
ness when called
No. 12 (itli St., Cairo, 111
J-Jm IE. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, botweon Cooi'l Ave. aud Lcveo.
CUOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KIND8 OP AMD.VITtON.
Safoa lteoaired. All Kinds ol Key Mado.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mtul to Ordor.
8tbSt.,bot. Ohio I.ovoo & Comnwrctal Ave. .
OAIUO, - - IL.X4
Ropalrluff neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily flowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.ARU80X, Agent.
Next AloKivndar Co. Ilunk, 8th St
Culro, III. "
IVGoua Stock and I'rlcet lteaionatlv.4.1 '
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
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iovunih fr. t, here I m prepared to a.t ' 'i
inittieblp etyU. doirlu.: oi.mpetiliyw and at ra- .
ahle fliiiirnK. All woik guaranteed, and pron:t .
payment If any good. o,U , , . S
N. I). Entrance toUundrr, through the n.w
Dtramie to W Inter's Block. 1 M Va ,-S