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The. Dailv Bidletin.
WAR IN THE PULPIT,
How the Bethany, N. J., Colored
Baptist Church Got Rid of
Muscular Christianity By a M'uiator Wlo
Has Beached His Three Score Years
and Ten ana Wanted His Wago.?,
Peace Restored and the Opposition In
Possession of the Battle Ground
Nkwakk, N. J., November 8. For some
time there Las been trouble 111 the Uctha
ny HuptiNt Church, colored, of Newark,
between the pastor, Kev. Jackson and the
church olllcers. Three months ago the
white Baptists appoluted a committee to
investigate the troubles lu the congrega
tion, the result of which was the resigna
tion of the paskir to take effect October
2Stli, opuu conditlou that his salary be
paid at that time.
Last Sunday the pastor preached loom
ing and evening with tije understanding It
was his, farewell, but when tlie salary
amounting to $5G was tendered him the
following day he refused to accept it, de
claring that. there was due tohlin, iu addi
tion, $44 which he had disbursed out of
his owu pocket for repairs for the church.
The claim was denied, and payment re
fused. Kev. Jackson then said be would
preach yesterday as usual and until this
amount was paid, but to prevent him the
church officers stationed a
POLICEMAN AT TIIK M'LI'IT
previous to the morning services. liev.
Jackson, with four sympathizers, ap
peared in the church where the officers
were assembled; he was told that he
would not be permitted to preach, and
that another pastor, named liuilcy, had
been engaged, and would speak morning
and evening. Jackson warned the new
uiiuister not t ascend the pulpit, ami
then proceeded to the First l'recinct Po
lice station with his partisans, followed
by the church officers, but Lieutenant
Finnpgan declined to interfere, and ad
vised the officers to lock up the church.
The whole party then left the station
nd proceeded back to the church, where
Jackson succeeded by ruse In entering,
and he and his partisans took possession
of the pulpit. Several hundred of the
congregation were present and there was
much excitement, though the policeman
did not interfere. Trustee Allen, one of
the church party, ascended the pulpit and
endeavored to eject Jackson, when one of
the latter's adhereuts attempted to inter
fere and was
TIIEOW.N VIOLENTLY 0VEK TIIK SEATS
in front and nil the occupants of the pul
pit then engaged In the melee. Jackson
struck with his clinched fist at Trustee
Allen and the latter was also struck by
Henry (Jye, one of the pastor's friends,
and a scene of great excitement ensued.
The people crowded thu aisles, and se
eral women in sympathy with 'Jackson
were active in asserting his cause, one of
them wielding a heavy cane and striking
several blows wit! it. Jackson, who Is
seventyyears old, still stuck to the pulpit,
but asked that a way be made clear for
Nearly all the congregation were be
coming involved when J. L. Coles, a white
Uaptiot who lives In the vicinity, entered
the church and endeavored to separate
the combatants, and after some difficulty
be succeeded In Inducing Jackson to leave
the church with him. No services were
held, and the doors were locked. Henry
(.Jye, who struck Allen, w as held for trial.
The services last night were conducted by
the new pastor, Ilev. llailey, who made no
allusion to the trouble in the morning,
and nothing unusual occurred.
la Ho Insane P
Lkooklyv, N. Y.,'ovember 3. Return
was made to-day to a writ of habeas
corpus compelling the production
of Charles K. Richards, son of ex-Mayor
Richards, of Philadelphia. Richard has
been confined in Dr. Barstow's private
mad-house at Flushing, L. I., sluce 1874.
Counselor Leonard, who appeared for
Richards, claimed that ho was unjustly
conllned. Counselor Baakstover read an
affidavit in which it was stated that Rich
ards is of unsound (mind, and was so ad
judged lu 1 874, and was placed lu the
asylum at the request of his brothers,
and with the concurrence of his family.
In 168 he was again adjudged a luna
tic by Judge Armstrong, of Queens
County, and the doctor was of opinion
that he would always be a lunatic.
Counselor Leonard asserted that ho
was sane, and when ho applied to tho
asylum to see him he was denied admit
tance. Evidence in the case will be
KILLKD IN 11KU CELL.
How Did Her Murderer Get at HerP Let
the Officers Anawer.
Waco, Tkx., November 8. Intelli
gence has just been received hero of an
extraordinary outrage at Temple, twenty
miles south of Waco. x A negro woman
named Wilson was couuncd lu the cala
boose of that town for carrying concealed
weapons. Before daylight yesterday a
man mysteriously entered her cell. A
brief scuttle ensued and three pistol-shots
followed. Tho guards Instantly rushed
to tho scene and found the womau dead
and the murderer gone. Tho Corouer is
A MIXKD KKCOUD.
Attempted Suloide of Donna Madlxxa.
Nkw York, November 8s Donna Ma
dixxa, who, as the Cincinnati dispatches
yesterday morniug stated, attempted to
commit suicide on Saturday, was a momJ
her of tho Helen Blytho "Creole"
Troupe. In a fit of jealousy. caused, lb
in said, by the atteutloua of the man
ager, Kdwnrd Clayburgh, to another
womau of tho company, she took a dose of
laudanum. Iu her room at the Grand
Hotol a hall bottU of laudanum was
found, when she was discovered iu an
unconscious state. She waa finally re
stored, and that evening she playod tho
wronged wlfoof George Duhaniel, butsho
waa no weak that she swooned at tho oud
of the performance. Don mi Madlxxa In
from Boston, where six) waa graduated
from, and wan afterward a teacher In the
Boston School of Oratory. Aa Mrs. Lil
ian llabbott, she vlsltod Denver, Col..
throe years ago, wHort sho waa engagird
tn teaching elocution and training aru4-
tertalnments,' which' showed that she bad
considerable dramatic capabilities, and
her beauty, artistic dressing and ele
gant wardrobes were "praised by
both press and public." Her road to so
cial recognition was easy and in n few
months she was married to W. B. Daulcls
of thu firm of Daniels & Fisher, millionaire
dry goods merchants of that city. New
York and tho watering places were vlhlted
during tho honeymoon, which was as oriel
as lu conclusion was abrupt. A separa
tion was agreed upon and Mrs. Daniels re
ceived money and property to tho value
of 75,000. A few months ago sho came
to this city and assumed, for her stago
name, that of Donua Madlxxa. It was
stated in Denver at the time that tho
cause of this separation was Mr. Daniels'
jealousy of an English capitalist, who
claimed to be tho descendent of a lord.
This alleged aristocrat was engaged in
floating wild-cat mining and Irrigating
ditch canal schemes, in which be was not
A Wakeman Who Waa" Not a Wide
Awakeman. Dayton, 0., November 8. Eugene
Wakeman, of New York, well-known lu
this city, arrived here on Saturday night
with a man who registered at tho Becket
House aa II. Spegel, New York. Wake
man met him on a train several months
ago, and after the two had exchanged
cards they engaged in a friendly conversa
tion, iu tho course of which Wakeman
spoke particularly of a great friend of bis,
if hotel-keeper lu. New York, and of bis
relations with him. Spegel id a conll
denco uiau, and be sought out
the hotel-keeper ' In New York,
and succeeded lu getting him
to cash a forged draft for $2,434 by telling
him be waa a particular friend of Wake
man. Wakeman was Informed of the
matter at once, and Saturday last oanght
Spegel on a train coming to Dayton.
Spegel aoknowledgf d his guilt, and paid
Wakeman 50, with a promise of the
balance the next day. During the night,
however, Spegel mado his escape from
the hotel, and has not been beard from
since. Wakeman started lu pursuit, but
returned without finding hirn.
THE TROUBLE AT WINNIPEG.
Attorney-General Miller Takes Refuge in
Winnii'KG, Man., November 3. Fear
lug further trouble Saturday night tho
Government ordered tho military to
guard the city, and accordingly the Nine
teenth Infantry, a troop of cavalry and a
battery of field pieces paraded the streets
all night and reported to the guard at the
Government buildings. Every precaution
was taken by the Government, valuable
documents and papers of record being
moved and books placed In vaults. Attorney-General
Miller took refugo at tho
mounted police barracks. There was no
demonstration, as 2,000 Canadian TacHlo
Railway employes who were expected to
lead the van were ordered back to work and
had to comply. Thero Is much talk of
another demonstration to-night, as the
Government has not grveu au intimation
of what course It will adopt. .
Drunken Duck Hunter a,.
Quncy, III., November 8. Aparfy of
four young men left this city Sunday
morning to go up tho river, on a duck
hunt. They went in a skiff and took
along lots of whisky to keep themselves
wa.in. When up tho river sev
eral miles, they bccauio so drunk that
they upset tho boat aud plunged them
selves into cold water. One of them
swam ashore aud reported that the other
three had perished, but It is known this
morning that his comrades miraculously
caught on to driftwood, and, after fearful
struggles, succeeded in effecting a land
ing, In a terribly exhausted conditlou.
Their guns and equipments were lost.
Consumed a Block.
Louisiana, Mo., November 8. A Are
broke out in Boehm's bakery at threo
o'clock this morulng. Tho flames spread
rapidly and, in a few minutes tho
entire Marblo row was blazing.
William Lansdown, tinware, loses
2,800 ; no Insurance. Alex. Owens,
tailor, $3,000; insurance, $:','J00. Boehm's
bakery, 81,000. llamp Richmond, applo
dealer, $300. Reld's paint shop, Parks,
sewing machines, a small restaurant and
photograph gallery wero consumed. Tho
buildings were all fraiuo and owned by
Dr. Hardin. Mostly insured: total loss,
Mrs. Farrag-ut's Funeral.
New Youk, November 8. The Church
of tho Incarnation, corner of Thirty-fifth
street and Madison avenue, was thronged
this afternoon by tho relatives and many
friends of Admiral Farragut's widow,
who died October 81st. Tho solemn but
simplo services were conducted by Rev.
Arthur Brooks. At 10:30 o'clock the re
mains wore conveyed to tho church, and
at 11:80 o'clock a special train carried
them to Woodlawu Cemetery, where the
interment took place.
T1LB ItATK WAR,
New York to Chloag-o, Oyer the Weat
Shore Counter, 13-Other Cutting-.
New Yoiik, November 8. Tho General
Passonger Agent of tho West Slioro Rail
road has just Issued a formal order to
agents to sell tickets lto Chicago, first
class, over tho counters, at twelve
dollars. Eastern Tassenger Agent
Skinner of the West Slioro and tho
Eastern passenger ngetrts of the Erlo and
Lackawanna are about to havo a confer
ence. Tho New York Central has not
made any new move. Tho brokers, with
one or two exceptions, aro selling at tho
Companies' rates. The New York Cen
tral has lust announced tho follow
ing reductions: St. Louis, $16, a reduc
tion of $3; Indianapolis, $18.50, a reduc
tion of $L.50 Cincinnati, $3.50, a red lie
aion of $1.50f Detroit, $10.60, a reduc
tion of $1 1 Toledo, $12.25, a reduction of
$t. No further reduction to Chicago.
The Lackawanna and Xrlu have not yet
'met the West Shore reduction, but will do
so this morulng. Tho above rales aro tho
same as tho West Shore.
Jkfkmimon City, Mo., November 8.
Governor Crittenden this morning or
dered tho following military commis
sions to bo Issued i Lewis C. Oarett, Klrst
Lieutenant, and John 8. Perkins, Second
Lkatemwit, of tho Marmaduke Guards, a
new company recently orgaultod at Kan
as City C. D. Comfort, Captain of Com
paayD, First llegimenti Miobavl Fritz,
Captain and Alde-de-Canip on thu staff of
Uw Itort Brigade i aJuo. Uocg C. Bttttt,
REGISTER VS, RECORDS.
The Political Muddle in St. Louift
Who Is to Count To-Mor-row'a
Cleveland Interviewed The Democratio
Candidate's Unbounded Oonfidenoa A
Day of BaBt la Albany.
Dr. Burchard In the Pulpit Blaine's Sun
day Callers A Irish View of
It Other News.
Beg-later ye. Beoorder.
St. Lolls, Mo., November 3. Judge
Lubke, at nine o'clock this morning, list
ened to argument by Levetett Bell and
Judge Carr with II. D. Laughllu, in tho
matter of the Injunction pyyed for by
Nicholas Berg, city register, to restrain
Clarence Hoblitzelie, Recorder of Voters,
from Interfering with the counts or at the
polls lu to-morrow's election. Ills honor
considered the case to be one of the ut
most Importance as a preccdeut, and
was of opinion that the injunction
should hold until at any rate, in
formation be received here as to
the action of the Supremo Court In
the matter. The Judge was positive that,
failing of an adverse opinion by tho
Supreme Court, the injunction should be
granted, and he continued the case until
2 p. m., on $1,000 bond, with the view
only of giving every opportunity of re
ceiving word from the Supreme Court.
That body sits at 'J o'clock a. m. at Jeffer
son City, and should it arrivo at a de
cision it will probably bo known in
the city by 1 p. m. Mr. Hoblitzelie yes
terday Issued the ballot boxes to tho
Judges of Election. These officials aro
responsible that the boxes are empty at
tho opening of voting and the injunction,
rendered In a few words, would, if grant
ed, direct that these boxes be not re
turned to Mr. Hoblitzelie for count, but
that luey be seut to the Board of Can
vassers, of which Mr. Berg is, as Regis
ter, President, and Mr. Hoblitzelie, as
Recorder of Voters, a member, two Jus
tices of the Peace completing tho body.
Cleveland Interviewed The Governor's
Bitkalo, N. Y., November 3. Cleve
land arrived at 7:25 this morning. There
was no demonstration, ih he was not ex
pected until this evening.' On bis arrival
the Governor proceeded at once to break
fust, and then walked to bis room where
ho made his morning toilet. Before ho
was half dressed, a large number who had
just heard of his arrival crowded tho
stairway leading to his rooms, luteut on
shaking hands and saying "Good morn
ing." The Governor will pass a quiet
day, visiting old friends and resting from
the iutlguo of bis recent exertion. He
looks well, aud says be feels as well as
Whliu ho Huyn little on the political situ
ation, aud can not help seeing that ho
feels confident that when the sua sets on
Tuesday evening he will be the choice of
the people for the next President. A repre
sentative of the United Press Association
succeeded in gaining admittance to tho
Governor 'this morning, and was accorded
a short Interview. Iu reply to a question
as to the general situation, he said:
"I think it Is very good. The other
side will use money for all It Is worth.
Desperate efforts will be used to buy up
the voto of New Jersey and Connecticut,
but I don't believe they am do It."
"How about Indiana."
"Hendricks has never lost his State,
and bis popularity Is as great as ever. He
seems satisfied that Indiana will be all
right. All local antagonism In the party
are allayed. Tho tactics of '80 will
bo attempted, but I don't believe that any
star-routo business will capture that State
this time. Thero Is a strong feel
ing in tho West on the subject of au
honest Administration and the Democracy
bold to that issue very strongly in this
campaign. I am told we have a fair
lighting chance of carrying Wisconsin,
and several Michigan men tell mo our
prospects In that State are excellent, and
It is by no means certain that we shall bo
beaten lu Massachusetts. But Butler's
candidacy complicates matters there.
The Issue of an houest Government has
the strongest kind of support iu that State,
especially among the young men."
"Is thero not danger of diversion In tho
South, like that of 1870?"
"It is possible, and there havo been In
dications of such an attempt to defeat tho
will of tho people, but I don't think it
will succeed agalu if it Is tried."
"How is Kelly doing? Is ho honest in
tho support of the National ticket?"
"Kelly has repeatedly assured mo lu
such an earnest way that I cannot ques
tion It, that he and his peoplo would givo
the National ticket all the support lu their
power. The recent utterauces of Kelly
all point the same way. If he wero dis
posed to kulfe the ticket, bo could sulk
lu silence or talk iu a different way."
Cleveland will voto early to-morrow
morning, and take an early train for Al
bany. He will voto tho straight ticket.
Ho laughingly denied any intention to
voto for bis opponent, and said: "They
ought to let a man cast one vote for him
self, don't you think be ought to know
what kind of a candidate he Is if any one
does?" This evening tho Governor will
bo given a serenade by tho Democratic
clubs, which will wind up tho pageantry
part of tho campaign work on both sides
lu this city.
' ' Cleveland at Buffalo.
Auiany, N. Y., November 8. Governor
Cleveland spent Sunday resting Vfelth his
sisters, Mrs. Hoyt and Miss Kato Cleve
land. Tho Governor is lu excellent
health aud spirits. lie left for Buffalo at
10 :80 last night, whore ho will voU early
to-morrow morning, and then take the
0 a. m. train thence Jo Albany, arriving
hero at half past five Tuesday evening,
and be will receive returns of the ekotlon
at tho Executive Mansion.
Dr. Burohard In the Pulpit.
Nw Yohk, November 8. Bev. Dr.
Burchard, author of too expression,
"Rum, Uotnanism and Uobdlllon,"
prvachvd on "Christianity tho StrungtU
and Security of the Nation," at tho Mur
ray HtlJ Presbyterian Church vestorday,
morning, and tn thocoume of hw remarks
be sard "If the Dfrtnocrntto party bo doi
rotd of moral prinoipto, what is to kinder!
Um right 4 ntrajp te be t2 man
bribery? Make a man a Christian and
you can trust him anywhere. Our strength
lies only in public conscience. Religion
not tho false religion liko that of Ma.
hornet i not superstition, liko Popery; but
thu religion of tho Bible Christianity.
This Is the doctrine of our forefathers."
Mr. Burchard said the Biblo ought not to
bave been taken from our public schools,
but should have remained a part ot the
cotirse of training.
Blaine's Svday Callers.
New Youk, November 8. Mr. Blaine,
being somewhat fatigued from the com
tluuous labors of the week, did not leava
bis room at tho Fifth Avenuo Hotel, yes
terday. Late in the evening a delegation of
Catholics, headed by Patrick Ford,
editor of tho Iruh World, called to ex
tend congratulations to Mr. Blaine npon
the manner lu .which he had referred to
tho Rev. Mr. Burchard's infellcitlous
remark at tho meeting of ministers in
this city. In reply to their congratulations
Mr. Blaine reaffirmed the position he had
taken in his New Haven speech. He said:
"liPlltfloiis liberty Is the absolute law of
the litnu ; freedom of eouaelenee In the Inalien
able rlxlit of every American oltlsen, native
or naturalized; whoever violate tlmt free
dom strikes at the fountain of thu Republic.
As a I'roteHtunt, I demand for the (Jutliollo
precisely the smno liberty of action, the same
reMpect for conscientious belief, that I claim
for myself, Perfect religious liberty Is the
blplKwt attainment of our free Constitution ;
aud tlmt liberty Implies mutual tolerance
and respect for each other's riKht of con
science and a gonerouM- spirit of Christian
The members of tho delegation ex
pressed themselves entirely satisfied with
Sir. Blaine's expressions upon the subject
from his standpoint.
Blaine at the Hub.
Nbw York, November 8. Mr. Blalno
left 8:30 this morning for Boston, stop
ping and speaking at Springfield and
Worcester. He will speak in Funeull
Hall, Treuumt Temple and Music Hall,
Boston, this evening and review a parade
from the Hotel Bronswlck. On Tuesday
morning he will go to Augusta, Maine,
accompanied by Chauncy M. Depew, Eu
gene Hale and several other prominent
About 6Q0 peoplo assembled at the
Grand Central to see Blaine off.
Oil For New York.
Washington-, D. C, November. 8.
I'resldeut Arthur and Private Secretary
Phillips leave for New' York at four
o'clock this afternoon.
Deputy United States Marshall Mia s
Phoebe Cousins on Deck.
St. Loiis, Mo., November 8. Miss
Couzins was busied in hearing protests
and applicants and In keeping back tho
crowd that threatened to take her by
storm wheu the reporter saw her. "Will
this evcrciid?t she said with a patient
smile. "I worked all yesterday and
until last night at these appointments.
Riots?" Why, the only riot which 1 fear
is lu this office. There is no danger, and
this call for deputies is a political affair
between tho committees of the two par
ties. This office has nothing to do with
tho business. We have only to
comply with the law, which requires us
to appoint these deputies when asked, by
a number of tho respectable citizens.
Judge Treat refused to swear them in be
cause Supervisors were not also called
for. His opinion Is that the two appoint
ments are concomitant. Wo, however,
bave gono on just tho same, expecting a
favorable answer from Judge Brewer. It
was rather unfair towards our office to
ask for the deputies only eight days be
fore the election, as it makes us
appoint men of whom we know nothing.
Judge Brewer asked Major Coiulns if he
would be responsible to-day for all his
appointments, but he could not vouch for
them. So he was asked to select seventy
live of the men aud hold them In reserve.
Very few of the deputies are Democrats,
because their committee held back too
long by not sending in names for appoint
ment. The Republican committee sent in
their list first and secured nearly all tho
Judg-e Davis Indignant.
I) looming ton, III., November 8.
Ex-Vice-president David Davis to-day de
nied to a reporter tho published report
made lu tho Vulktiii of this city that tho
reason ho was supporting Blaine was
owing to tho fact that ho was interested
to a large extent with Blalno In West Vir
ginia coal mines. Tho distinguished
statesman says tho statement is a mall
clous falsehood, and that ho never ownod
a dollar's worth of coal stock in West
Virginia or anywhere else.
New Yonic, November 8. Tho cam.
palgn closed, leaving everything in doubt,
but New York State. Senator Gorman
says this, while Manager Elklus persists
in the belief that Blaine's election is as
sured. A tour among political managers
early last night yielded, little or no In
formation, for tho reason that real
information or positive information
on . any point is lacking.
Tho managers are all at sea . and
preface every statement with "I think."
It is a positive faot, however, that the
Itcpublican managers have formally given
up this State. They have done little or
nothing hero slnco the day succeeding
tho Ohio election. The fight has never
been in this State, as was said In
these dispatches, eight week
since, but tho Republicans havo
dono enough to niako tho Dem
ocrats think a great strugglo was going on
here. Good Democratic opinions to-day
gave Cleveland New York by 80,000, and
the same opinions glvo Indiana to the Re
publicans, and Ohio to the Democrats.
The greatest anxiety exists lu both parties
regarding New Jersey and Connecticut.
Ten days since both States were con
sidered safe In the Democratic column.
At prusont there is at least doubt about
thorn, because of the sudden aud unex
pected move tho Republicans bam made
In piling men and money tuto them,
Precisely the name doobt exists regard
ing Indiana, aud lot the same reason.
How They Bet tn Ohioaao,
Chicago, Da., November 8. In tho
Chicago pool-rooms to-day Blaine is still
the favorite ou the general result, al
though backers are a little more chary,
about offering odds than they were on
Saturday. Offers of $100 to $8 are
eagerly accepted by Cleveland's backers.
Odds of $500 to $8SS are made tout
Blaine win carry Indteav
On New York State oddti ol $1,000 to
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ness when called
No. 12 (ith. St., Cairo, 111 :
. Manuiactaror and Dealer In " '
SODA" WATER, . ' '
; BIRCH BEER;
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,"
. ' - . ',, ALWAYS OH BAND
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newlaud and
Plumber. Steam and Gas Fi
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
OAIlcO, : :.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumpa furnished and
put up. AKinit Tor the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"'
hebeat pump ever Invented. New Gas Fixtures
urnlabed to order. Old Fixtures repaired and
trjobblnic promptly attended to 819-tf
Manufacturer and Dealer in r
8tb 8treei, between Com'l Ave. add Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Mafea Heoalred. AU Kind, of Keji Made.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, - ,
DEALERS IN y
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAV
Egyptian FlouringMil Is
Shrb8tCMb Price Paid for Wbfat Z;
The Regnlar Cairo A Paducah Dailj .
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BUNRT K. TAYLOH, If a iter. :": ':.'P'V
loave Pdah for Call's llr 0aadM f