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Next Alwxnmlfr Co. Hunk, MthBt
tirUood Mock and I'rlcoa t!efonalle,,jf
Tho Dailv Bulletin.
Gangs of Free bootora Override a
Portion of the State of
Bercral OountieB Practically at the Mercy
d the Marauders Beaten Into Be
traying Golden Seoreta.
Vigilance Committees, the Only Safeguard
of the Plundered Popu'.ce, Occa
sionally Resorted to.
Paou, Ind., November 20. Dubois,
Crawford, Orange and l'ike Counties have
for a long time hud lawless bands, whose
ciiues have given much annoyance. Tha
country Is remote from railroads and tel
egraph, and facilities for the detection of
crime are not good. But occasionally
the people have resorted to vigilance
committees with good result.
Four disguised men entered J no. Flick's
house In Orange Couuty recently and de
manded his money. He refused at first,
but after being beaten until he feared
worse treatment, he gave up $1,000.
The same night the same parties fright'
rned a widow In the same locality Into
giving them $300.
At another place in Crawford County
another similar gang attacked Mr. Geo.
l'atton while at nupijr. The family fled
for their lives, while l'atton endeavored
to save his money. The gang threatened
to kill him, and did nearly accomplish it.
For a long time l'atton refused to tell
where his money was. When almost
dead he gave up $500. Demanding
morn, he told them that was all; but they
knocked him down, dragged him to the
barn and took $400 In gold which they by
some means discovered was concealed
The same night they robbed a Mr.
Brown and wife, an aged couple, of 8300,
all they had. The entire country Is
agitated over these crimes.
A HltKY BUSINESS.
Incendiarism Cause, a Threatened With
drawal of In.urance Companies
From tbe South,
Colimiiu, S. C, .November iii. An
agent of the Southeastern Tariff Associa
tion Is visiting counties In this State and
rating property for fire insurance.
From headu,uarters of the Association
it Is learued that youth Carolina tops the
list of all the Southern States in excess
of losses over receipts of premiums.
During the past eight years li r record
stiows the amount to be 81,44S,:'55. Tak
ing Into consideration the fact that live
other States show losses for the same
period ranging from 9500,000 to $1,000,
000 many of the leading companies are
seriously thinking ol
mUIKAWlSa ROM THE SOUTH.
Some will do so the first of next year.
The chief causes assigned for the heavy
loss have been incendiarism, and In a
measure the construction of so many
frame stores in ranges, causing whole
towns to be burned up at one fire. There
have been a number of buildings laid In
ashes In half a doien counties in this State
during the past week by tbe Incendiaries'
torch. Death Is the penalty when con
viction Is bad, but the Insurance feature
Is another question.
FEAKKt 1, DKVriiVTIOX.
A Mald.n Mother'. Sbame Lead, to
Btaxration and Death.
F.iiiK, IV, November SO. The directors
of the poor last night discovered a case of
fearful destitution. Information was
given that on the outskirts of tboclty
widow Cronln and her unmarried daugh
ter Kate were dying of cold and hunger.
Upon going to the hovel they found in it
ueiibrr fuel, food nor light. During the
night tbe daughter, Kate, bad given birth
to a child, which lay frozen at her side on
a chair. Tbe young mother was almost
dead. Pride, and a desire to conceal the
daughter's condition, caused tliem to en
dure privations without applying for aid.
Bill.' 1 ALLY UKATlX,
A Youn Whit Man from the North
Maltreated by a Southern Negro.
Atlanta, Ga., November '26. Among
the most famous of the many slanders
which have been sent out from the South
concerning the recent election was a let
ter printed In the Wllksbarre (Pa.) Iircurd,
alleged to have been written In Atlanta,
in which it was stated that tbe Demo
crats cut off the negroes' ears and put
them in their pockets as relics. The
writer has been discovered in a youth
named Smith, formerly of Wilkcsbarrc,
who wrote the letter In revenge for hav
ing lost ten wagers on Blaine's election.
Last night the colored man from
whom Smith claimed to have received his
Information met him in the Constitution
oftlcu aud whipped Smith mercilessly, un
til ho went on his knees and begged the
STUUCK TUK WltoNQ DOG.
John Eobln.on's E.oaped Tiger Heard
From in Virginia.
Bcffolk Va., November 2G. Princesa
Anne County has boon much excited over
a big tiger which escaped from Koblu
son's circus a few weeks since, The ani
mal has been playing havoc with cows
and horses, and has hid so well la the day
time that all efforts to discover It have
been fruitless. Yesterday, however,
about dusk, while Joe Dlswail. an old ne
gro, was crossing a logbrldgo ho was met
by tho tlgor. There was not enough room
oil tho log for them to pass, and the old
niau, thinking It was a big dog, struck It
with his stick, when he discovered his
mistake and with a yell jumped Into tho
water and saved his 1110.
Kossuth Must Proclaim It,
Nicw Ton, November 26. The din
patch from Vienna, published yesterday
lu regard to the manifesto recently
presented by 280 of his brothers lu
amis to General Goorgy, the Hungarian
leader daring tho revolution of 184MJ,
exonerating him from the cbargo of
treachery, made against him after tho
surrender of tbe Hungarian forces in
18411, has excited moon comment among
the prominent Hungariana of Uikt city,
Coaut Paul D. Katerhaxy, malutalns
that Grry,a lajaooenoa eaa not b
per, "f TO pwssanl," Mid. tho
Cvont, "at the lat council ol
war at Vllagos a few houri
before Georgy's surrender. No
one present took any pint In
the conference, as Georgy assumed the
entire responsibility. Georgy saved bis
own life but sacililced thirteen of bis
Generals and hundreds of his ollicers. I
knew from the moment that Georgy re
fused to give any 'help to General Nu'.'y
Sandor, who wa lighting against the Kus
Mans at Debrenc.en, that Georgy was a
traitor of the deepest dye. Let Kossuth
proclaim Georgy, to be an innocent man
and the Hungarian Nation will abide by
his decision, but until he does, uo Hun
garian will believe It."
bad roit joiin.
The Grand Jury Count Gives the Nest
Illinois Senator. hip to a Democrat.
Chicago, lu.., November 1!'!. Tho
Grand Jury remained in session until af
ter midnight, counting the ballots In'tbs
Secosd Precinct of the Eighteenth Ward,
aud though Judge Ulodgett authorized the
couuting of the Congressional vote only,
the Senatorial vote was also counted.
Then was made the a-tonislil.ig discovery
that Brand, Democrat, had received 41M
votes, or twenty-four votes mure, and
Leman, Hepublkan, l'J1', or twenty-four
less than hi; was credited with on tkie fuee
of tbu returns. Nearly or quite L'oo
ballots were found t be straight Hepubli
can, with the exception only that Brand's
name was substituted for th it of Leinau.
This ticket was a fac-slinile of the straight
Republican, and pasters were used only
to a limited extent. This practically dis
poses of the cry i-f fraud, and Brand will
undoubtedly tike h.s seat. The Legisla
ture is thus uiaJe Democratic ou a joint
ballot, with a majority of to, and tje
next Senator from l.liu )is will be Demo
Playing Into the II tnd j of the Syndicate.
Stiuit.sviu.k, U., November -'0. Bend
& Company were compelled to close their
mine on accountof tbe railroad company's
refusal to give them cars to load. Tuey
have been employing two hundred union
miners, and It looks as tbouzh the syndi
cate and the Hocking Valley Kail road
Company have combined to drive th -iu
out of the valley. The real motive of tho
Hocking Valley people is not known, Out
it is the opinion of the miners that they
have been playing Into the hands of the
syndicate maimers who object to Bend
running a Straitsville mine, since it is im
possible to carry out their threat that tuey
would starve the union out so long us this
tniue was in operation.
"WUO.V, Ut lU'llAKD."
The Offensive Word. Which Called Forth
a Threatening Letter.
Nkw Yi'itK, November 2'. Lewis
Burchard, a sou of the alliterative
preacher, yesterday addressed a letter
to Digby Bell, the comedian, stating
that unless he retrained from fraying
"Whoa, Burchard," in speaking to his
live donkey on the stage of the Casino in
the opera, "Nell Gwynne," he would be
held personally responsible. Bell had al
ready promised some of Dr. liurehard's
friends to omit the objectionable phrase.
He replied to the young geutleman in
forming blm that Unnuh no fear of his
threat, Out from a sense ut fiavini; caused
offense, ho bad ceased to employ tho
words referred to. He fully appreciated
aud respected tho feeling which ha 1 led
to the sending of young Burchard's
Will Squeeze Their Eib. After Christmas.
CniCAiro, Iu.., November 20. Within
ten minutes afterthe opening of the Board
of Trade this morning the provision crowd
had sold to Broker Hutchinson over
1,500,000 pounds of ribs for January and
February delivery. This caused great
excitement, as the crowd, when offering,
did not think Hutchinson would buy. He
says he will make it warm for the provis
ion pit after Christmas.
Blaine Presented With a Cane.
Augusta, Me., November 20. A. An
derson, pastor of St. Patrick's Church of
Cincinnati, called on Mr. Blaine this
morning and presented him with an ele
gant cane, lu the name of his church.
The head of the cane is beaten gold, en
closing a crystal, beneath which is seen
tbe picture of an olive branch with a
dove perched thereon. Father Anderson
made an eloquent presentation address.
Mr. Blaine happily responded.
The Utah Commissioners' Report.
Washington, D. C, November 20.
Tho Beport of tho I'tuh Commission was
handed to the President yesterday. The
operation of the laws against polygamy lu
that Territory Hre show n to be only par
tially successful. One reason given to
account for this is perjury by Mormons In
cases brought against persons of their
own faith. The Commission present rec
ommendations looking to the more ef
ficient execution of tho anti-polygamy
A County Seat Question Settled.
Portland, Ork., November 26. At
tho recent election In (Washington
Territory It was voted by the citizens of
Lincoln County to remove the couuty
seat from Daveaport to Sprague. A mob
at Dnveuport refused to surrender tho
records, claiming that Sprague received a
majority on tho county seat question
through tho grossest frauds. Monday
Sheriff Cody, of Sprague, started w ith a
posso of nearly 100 armed men to remove
the records ami disperse tho mob. A dis
patch says that when the mob caught
sight of the Sheriff's posse they Immedi
ately surrendered und allowed the records
to bo removed in peace.
Nkw York, November 2(1. Iu tho case
of Bcbocca Joucs, whoso release from
I.ndlow Street Jail was applied for upon
writ of certiorari In the Supreme Court
Monday, Judge Barrett decided that tho
commitment Is not void. Any error can
only be cured by appeal on motion. Such
error can not bo corrected upon habeas
corpus or annalary certiorari.
Wholesale Su.pention of Woolen Mills.
Cincinnati, O., November 20.
Saturday tho Falrmouut Woolen Mills
will shut down, aa will all tho mills In
tho West, This Is on account of the gen
eral depres.lou In tho trade throughout
the country, and to allow tho manufact
urers to got rid of tho surplus stock,
l'hls Is part of an agreement entered Inio
by all tho mill owners west of tho Alio
(henles, and 2, GOO looms will bo stopped
tnd 8,000 workmen thrown out of em
ployment. It la not known bow long tho
out-down will ooatlnao,
ROBBING A PENITENTIARY.
3onnthirirNew In tho Lino Of Bur
giarioua Enterprise Success
Daring Cracksmen Effect An En'rancj
In.o tin K ngs Oju ity (N. Y.) Peni
tjutury and Bob a Sif
They Make a Masterly Retreat Three
Thousand Dollars Ahead-Tbe
Brooklyn, N. Y., November M. It has
been demonstrated now that thieves can
not ouly break out of Kings County Peni
tentiary but that they can also break Into
It. The prison looks secure from tho
outside, for It is surrounded by high walls
whh windows protected by stout Iron
bars. Watchmen are supposed to be al
ways around to resist Intrusion from the
outside as well as to prevent escape from
the inside. Tho Idea of an at
tempt being made by burglars
to break Into tho prison seems
to be ridiculous. To an unprofessional
thief It would seem like walking Into tho
lion's mouth. It is not surprising, there
fore, that Warden Green should be slight
ly vexed when ho was informed this
morning that burglars bad broken lute
the prison and robbed tho safe In tho
shoe-shop of all tho money which bad
been brought there yesterday to pay off
The burglars entered by a window of
the shoesbop on the Carroll street side.
They used a stout iron bar or sectional
jimmy and pried the bars of tho window
apart. They took upwards of $3,000.
Detectives have been sent to the Peni
tentiary to see If they can obtain a clue
to the burglars.
A 1'EACfcMAK It's r'ATK,
He Tried to Separate Two Negroes, and
Was Stabbed to the Heart.
PiTTsm uiiii, Pa., November 20. Last
night tho Democrats had a torchlight pro
cession, when a light occurred between
Iiaymond Owen and Eugene Glenn, col
ored. A white mill, Wilmer Holland, in
terfered, when Gleun stabbed him in the
heart. Shortly afterward Glenn was ar
retted. He was overheard by a policeman
telling those In the bouse where he was
found that Holland had struck him with a
Mick when he (Glenn) stabbed him twice.
Tbe murdered man was about twenty-
live years old Tho murderer is
about twenty years old. At
; one time last night the jail was surronnd
1 ed by a crowd who threatened to mob the
murderer, and it was only through the
persuasion of wiser heads that their threats
' were not carried into execution. The
Mayor was informed of the situation aud
at onco appeared upon the scene. Ho
1 told tbe mob he had the power to have
I them arrested aud would do so, unless
I they dispersed and leftu: their homes,
i The uioo therefore became quieter and
I order was soon restore!.
It Could Not Have Been tho Colon.
New York, November 20. A report
iiched this city late last which has
caused great uneasiness among those
having friends on board the Pacific Mail
frteamship Colon, which left this port for
Panama Thursday List. The report was
to the effect that she had signaled the Mai
lory Liue steamer State of Texas
about twenty miles south of Hatteras
.show iug signals of distress.
The superintendent of the Pacific Mail
Company's line, when interrogated lu re
gard to the report, stated that neither he
or auy of the officers of the Hue placed any
credence In It.
"The Colon," he said, "could not have
been where the report places her at that)
He further stated that Captain Porter,
of the Colon, would uot have permitted
tho State of Texas to pass without send-
lng some communication to us.
( The ollicers of the company have two",
1 theories as to the report that it was the
Colon. First, whoever displayed the
signals on the disabled vessel got them
mixed, and unconsciously displayed the
signals of their line. Second, they wero
read wrong by the master of tho state of
Texas. Tney expressed themselves as
confident the vessel was not the Colon.
TOO NL'MKKOl'S TO MKNTIOX.
"Sir Charles" Neville on Trial for Mak
I lng Litrht of a Scred Sacrament.
! Toi.Ei, (.)., November 20. The case
against "Sir Charles" Neville, the big
amist, was resumed before Judge Lein
mou at nine o'clock this morning. The
court-room was crowded with eager spec
tators. Within tho bar were noth.vd Mr.
and Mrs. Whitney, Miss Whitney, tho
:.t victim of the prisoner; Miss Hollo, of
Newark, N. J who was Number Light,
but whose marriage Is claimed to be a le
gal one, owing to a divorce having been
obtained from Number Ouo a few days
During the progress of the morning's
work, the woman knowu as tho Detroit
wife put in an appearance, accompanied
, by two children and a sister.
I The testimony this morulng was that of
Bev. Dr. Brlce, of Newark, N. J., who
performed the ceremony between tho
, prisoner, then known as Georgo Perry,
; und Miss Bolle, aud of Mrs. Brlce,
which proved beyond doubt this mar
riage. Counsel consumed a good deal of
time argulug points relative to tho com
petency of certain testimony.
This afternoon Detective Brown was
on tho stand testify lug to certain admis
sions of the prisoner.
Sentence Commuted. ,
Ottawa, O.nt,, November 2C A
special meeting of tho Cabinet was held
yesterday afternoon to consider tho pe
tition for a commutation of the death
sentence on Mrs. Boutel, who wan sen
tenced to bo hanged on Thursday next.
At six o'clock tho Minister of Justice re
celved from tho Governor-General a com
mutatlou of tho death sentence to lmpris
onmeut for life.
Agreed Upon a Programme.
PiiiLAi.KU-iiii, Pa., November 2(1. The)
Record saysi "H Is said that tho an
thraclte producing companies have prac
tlcully agreed upon the programme of
work for next year. It Is the old allot
jurat plan, and will bci baaod upon a total
output of about 1)0,000,000 Urns, the
amount produced this ye ir. It is said
that tho new year will be commenced
without tho Incumbrance of surplus coal,
and that tho allotment plan will avoid
mining a maximum amount of coal when
there Is only a minimum demand.
Outbreak of the Scourge In Severed Can
Toronto, Can., November 20. Tho
Province of Ontario Is alarmed at the
rapid spread of small-pox In Hungerford,
Hastings County. Tho disease has e
isted thero for about live weeks, aud until
last week little was done to check ltj
ravages or to isolate Infected houses or
persons. There aro four villages In tho
County of Tweed, the largest containing
1,200 luhabltants.Tho news Is that an out
break lias occurred at Tweed, tho alarm
being so great there that tho stores aro
closed. Seventeen deaths were reported
lrom Hungerford up to Saturday, uud
new cases aro announced. Tralus aud
stages between Bellevllle,on the Canadian
Pacific Hallway, und tbe Infected district
will bo stopped.
Arranging for a Billiard Tournament.
New York, November 2u Jacob
Schaeffer, the blllard player, was given a
complimentary dinner at tho Hodman
House last night by JacobDion and Maurice
Daly. Among those present were II. W.
Collender, Julius Balke, Dudley Kav
anaugh and many others. When the din
ner was over the matter of a billiard
tournament was brought up. The players
agreed to make up a sweepstake of $.'j0
to play lu a tournament at tho fourteen
inch balk-line gamo early next year iu
this city. The billiard manufacturers also
agreed to assist tho players in tho enter
prise financially, and otherwise to make
the tournament a success, A meeting of
players will be held at an early date to
complete the final arrangements. Schaef
fer leaves to-morrow for Chicago to train
for his matches with Slosson.
Indicted by the Grand Jury.
Columbus, 0., November 20. The
officers of the Columbus Hocking
Valley coal and Iron syndicate report that
the Grand Jury at Logan has returned in
dictments against about twenty parties
who nartieinatcd in the attack on Murray
City, November 4th. They are charged
with riot, attempted murder and arson.
Seven of them were arrested yesterday at
Murray City and placed in jail at Logan.
The Sherlff'and posse, with a special train
are scouring the valley in search of the
Dining Car Burnod.
ToLl.Esro.v, Ink., November 20. Tbe
dining car Weutwortb, of the Michigan
Central Boad, burned yesterday while at
tached to the Limited Express, east
bound. The fire started iu the heater at
f the r.-ir while the train was
running at a full rate of speed, and the
breeze fanned te names so mat mey
spread with great rapidity, allow ing the
nifuehn hkrelv tlmu to esCIVIIO With
out their clothing. Tho Went worth
tiiiil Iwen In the service about a Veal".
aud was ouo of tho handsomest cars
In tho ' West, having cost about
$ o0, 000.
The Value of a Foot.
Brooklyn, N. Y., November 20.
John Coonther brought action lu tho
Kings County Court against George F.
Harris to recover $10,000 damages for in
jurles which ho sustained while working
on tho West Shore Hall road. Tho de
fendant was a railroad contractor, and
employed plaintiff to work on a section
between Cornwall aud Kingston. He
went up just above Newburgh with a
gravel traiu, and while helping load
cars a bank caved in crushed his foot
so badly that It had to bo amputated.
The jury gave the plaintiff $3,200.
Chicago, III., November 20. In re
S)Ouding to a fire alarm at 1 :30 this morn
ing, a bose-cart collided with a chemical
engine at Clark and Monroe streets. Both
drivers, Patrick Donohue and Patrick
Murphy, wero thrown violently to tho
pavement, sustaining Internal Injuries
that may prove fatal.
A Tragedy at a Copper Camp.
Tucson, Ariz., November 20. A report
has reached here of a tragedy at the
Canouea Copper Camp, Souora, Satur
day, which resulted lu tho death of six
men and tho wounding of a number of
others. The Mexicans stoned an Ameri
can teamster, and the other Americans
armed themselves. An attempt of tho
Mexican police to disarm them, caused
Galveston, Tex., November 20.
Willis F. Sheats, clerk In the Post-olllce
was arrested here yesterday for being Im
plicated with J. K. Young, Superintend
ent of the delivery department, who was
arrested on the ltsth lust, for alleged em
bezzlement aud robbing letters of their
couteuts. Sheats Is a very bright mu
latto, and has been a trusted employe of
the Pobt-olllce for years.
Oone Where Dividend, are More Plenty.
Gknkva, N. Y., November 20. An In
quest held yesterday on the body of
Hachacl Russell, a wealthy old maid,
showed fhat sho had committed suicide iu
! a .t of despondency caused by the failure
of a railroad company, on account oi mo
rate war, to pay dividends on some stocks
sho had bought.
Indianapolis, Ind., November 2C
Tho discovery was made- yesterday
morning that tho room lu tho Court
house where the ballots of tho recent
election wero stored had been entered,
tho ballot-boxes of three precincts
stolen, and tho contents of others
mixed with tho votes of 1882, making
it Impossible to count tho votes. The
matter has been carried before Judge
Ayres. No little feeling has arisen. Ballot-boxes
were stolen two years ago, aud
a repetition of the theft has stirred up a
Burled by Stranger Friend.
Nkw York, November 2tl. Tho burial
of John Golbcrg, tho magician who dlci
on Randall's Island last Friday night,
took placo to-day In Washington Ceme
tery. Tho funeral expenses .will be paid
from tho actors' fuud. Tho dead man's
family, now iu Chicago In a destitute con
dition, will receive 93,000 from the Royal
Arcanum, of which Oolberg was a member.
I'M powder i tvtr varies. A marvel of onrltr,
tn.'iiKiii h ml hc .U-sonivnc. .Vure economical
Minn uruilmry klndo. and CHiitiot he .old n com
pt't'tinh with thu multl nda 'of low teat, ahort
wuiirlit, hliiin o botphiie pewrtrra. Sold onlr
In ciiti. KOYAL HAKI( I't WD K CO.,
phi im eel. isew xorn.
L. E. FALCONER,
1 W. (. Tary.
alw.M on btnd,
'raise in mdi
'less when called
Xo. 12 lith St, Cairo, 111
Manufacturer nut Dealer In
Sin-bo; gun Mineral springs Water,
AMVATI ON HAND,
Milwaukee Bier in keys and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
(Success! r to Clia T. Newlanil anil
Plumbed Seam and Gas Fir
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
: : ILL.
I t.tvo MYll F. Ti e und Lift Pumpi furnlihed and
tin: up. Axeht for tho .elobraled
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'',
m heat I'limp evitr lnvruted, New (Ja Flxtsres
iirilrhei i order. O il fixtures repaired and
ttr Jol;biiii! promiitl) attended to 819-tf
H'. IS. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
B'.b Street, between t'om'l Ao. ud Levee.
CIUHIK BOU'.NO A SPECIALTY
ALL IUNU8 OP AMUNITION.
NHff. Iff iH'tnl Al' Kmrt ol Ken Made.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
rgyptian Flouring Mil Is
4irrii rKb PrW I'aiil lor Whrat.
1 lie Ken blur Cairo & I'atlucah Daily
IICVHY R. TAYLOlt, Mauler.
UKOKl.U Junto, Clerk.
I uvea Ftducah for 0 'o duly (laudirt etcept
ad) ai a a. in., aud Motiud City at 1 p. m. Retail
ntf.leavei Cairo at 4 p.ni.t Mound Cttr at Ip.av