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alio carries tijr 'arifret nd heat aelected ttoca o
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love, lor cheap .tote Dtoibe cloe.t figure.
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Corner 1'2'h a .d Comiucrcia A'enu.j.Ca'ro. III.
Telepbun No. 2
Goldstine & Itosenwater
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
bue a full tod complete line of
' Dress Goods!
Lin-n Goods, Dusters, Xo'ions, Etc.
A he it itoca of body Brnsiait, Taper
triee and tncrala
A foil etrxk of Oil fjlo'.bi, all tf atd prlcei.
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twairr . ith
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NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Lanrsst anety "
IN TUJW CITY.
GOODS SOLD VjSRYCLOS!
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The Daily Bulletin.
A YELL FOR LIFE.
Further Particulars of the Horrori
Endured by the Three Lost
Refused Aisiotanoe by a Oaptaia Who
Passed With n Hailing Diatinoe A
Desperate Man'i Terrible Outbo,
Why They Threw Swansen'a BodyOver
board Upon the Approach ol Succor
-Why They Had Kept It.
Phiudiuuiu, Pa., November 29. A
correspondent found at Lewes, Del., yes
terday Marshall Bertrand, the young pi
lot, who was the chief sufferer, still sur
viving the sixty hours' exposure and the
cannibalism In the skiff of the pilot boat
of the Turley's crew, which was lost on
Monday last. His memory Is hardly
equal to a continuous and connected nar
rative of all the incidents. Semi-paralyzed
with coM and the gnawlngs of an
empty stomach, be was frequently in that
condition of stupor which precedes a
death by famine or freezlug, or by both
combined. In effect he spoke as follows :
Early on Saturday morning we left the
pilot boat Turlcy rowing for one of the
American line steamers. We put Pilot Mar
shall on the steamer, and then started to
row back. It was a dark morning with a
high sea and a regular northwest gale. ,
The gale drifted us further out to sea. j
When daylight broke we could see the
Turley cruslng about for us, but the white
caps ran so high she couldn't see our
boat. We had bad nothing to eat since
supper Sunday night, and both Kwanson
and Hanson were famished. The thole
pins broke early in the morning, and we
had to split up our steering paddle to
make a new one. Later I lost the new
paddle that I had fixed to steer with, and
then I broke an oar, and our boat
was in danger of swamping.
About three o clock on Tuesday
afternoon, when thlrty-flve miles
off Cape Hennepin, and still drifting out,
we made out a square-rigged vessel across
our bows, and we bailed her. The cap
tain and crew were on deck. I stood up
as she passed us and shouted: "Cap
tain, in the name of God, throw us s me
bread or give me a line." I bad the
paluter ready to throw It, but the captaiu
just waved bis baud and took no further
notice of us. I said : "By , I hope
you'll sink before sunset!" and If there's
anything in cursing, he will have bad
luck. I'd have shot him if I had bad a
We bad been twenty-six hours without
food or water. Swanson went crazy. He
and Hanson were scared nearly to death
all the time, and before Swanson drank
some sea water I found him
SIIARPEM.NO HIS KNIPK
on an oar. I asked him what for. He
said be meant to drink my blood. Wben
It was dark, both men got out their knives
When Swanson was quiet I went for
ward, pretending to look at the painter,
and slipped bis knifo away from bim I
also took Hanson's knife from his pocket.
Late that afternoon we sighted the ship
Klngsfork coming out of the Cape, and
tried to row for her jbut when we got within
two miles of her, the night shut down
Swanson was raving of bis mother and
sisters in Sweden, and still drinking sea
water. I drank no sea water, but only
moistened my lips with It, and now and
then chewed the sticks of some matches I
bad in my pocket."
About 2:30 o'clock Tuesday morning
Swanson, who was lying In the bottom of
the boat, said he was froien. He spoke
once more of bis people in Sweden, then
groaned and died. Hanson woke up soon
afterward, and cut blm open to drink the
blood and liquids from bis body, but
there was nothing to drink, and then bo
cut off about three pounds of flesh. He
ate a part of it and offered me a piece,
but my stomach revolted, and my piece
was lying in the boat when we were
At this point Bertram's memory failed.
At first he said Swanson died Monday,
while Hanson, who seems to recollect
better, says that bis death occurred Tues
day, aud that the body was cut open
"After Hanson had eaten the flesh,"
Bertrand resumed, "it seemed to ease
him, and he went to sleep.
'We drove before the wind; I don't
know how long; 1 bad lost the count.
Hanson went to sleep again, aud I beat
blm to keep blm from freezing. I didn't
lose hope. It raiued that night, and I
caught rainwater by holding up the euds
of my oll-skln.
"Wednesday morning I made out a
schooner. We were thlrty-flve miles
from Abslcom. The schooner didn't sco
us until It got past. I wet my band,
rubbed my Hps, and gave the hardest yell
I ever gave in my life. They heard me,
and the Captain ran to leeward, aud
when he got within balling distance, I
heaved tho corpse of Swanson over
board." "Why?" he was asked.
"I didn't want the Captain to see it,"
he replied. "I bad kept Swanson's body
up because I meant to cat it if neces
sary." On this point Hanson says the same.
"The body was ao badly cut up," ho
said, "that wo didn't waut any one to sco
Hanson is a Dane, not seventeen years
of age. His story agrees in tho main
with Bertrand's, save that he asserts that
Bertrand ate somo of the flesh.
MoPhun Beltas4 On a Technicality.
Louisvillk, Kr., November 29.
Robert Bryco Mcl'hun, arrested here
on a requisition from Calcutta
for forgery of tho Malta Tea Company's
stock, was yesterday set free on a techul-
callty. Ho was the compauy'a chief of
fleer and got about $00,000 on tho stock
from a leading Calcutta business man.
lie lost tho money in Colorado mining
and came here and cngiigcd lu
business eighteen months since.
Sergeant Webb, of tho Calcutta police,
who came with extradition papers, bad
the cortlllcate of the American Consul
General in Calcutta that tho depositions
to establish Mcl'huu's criminality wore lu
due form and exact copies of thu original.
Hut the certificate falls to state that tho
deposition would bo readable us evidence
In an Indian Court. Wubb ten tilled that
the depositions would be readable, bat
ftdnltted thai hit knowledge ot law
mi fifelAias bl flatf.ect0n ERi.1
CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MOItNLNU 'XOVE3IB R 30, 1884.
the oourts as a polloe sergeant. The do.
I fense objected to the admission of tho de
positions. Judge Hurr held that it must
bo established that the d.p Niton would
be admitted as evidence la an Indian
court, and that Webb's testimony and tho
Consul's certldcato did not establish this.
As Webb was not personally cognizant of
the facta criminating Mcl'hun bo was
TUB WKOXU HKAM).
That Which la Stamped Upon the Returns
from the Second District.
Chicago, In.., November 29. Tho
Herald, Inter-Owan and AetM claim to
have conclusive evidence of fraud in the
Second Precinct of the Eighteenth Ward,
by which the returns were made to show
the election of Brand (Democrat) for
Sonator over Lcman (Republican), thus
making the Legislature Democratic.
The Herald prints an interview with an
engraver, w hose name it does not divulge,
In which bo admits having made on Fri
day of last week a copy of the design which
beaded the Republican ticket. The cut
was made on the order of three promi
nent Democrats. The man offers to tell
all he knows If suhptened by the Grand
Jury. He says he made a private murk ou
the cut, and can positively identify im
pressions of it. The cut was traced to
the printing office of P. L. Hanscombc &
Co., 104 Madison street.
The AVwi has an Interview with William
H. Wright, junior member of the firm, In
which be declines to deny having printed
Republican tickets with Brand's name In
place of Le man's.
Beilfrna Honors to Resume Work.
Baltimore, Md., November 29. At tt-e
afternoon session of the Plenary Council
yesterday the resignation of Most Rev.
Charles J. Seghers, as Archbishop of Ore-1
gon, was tendered and accepted. His !
Grace relinquishes bis high position so '
that he may go back to bis labors in Alas- j
ka Territory, whence be was called sev- i
eral years ago to the Archbiohopric of
Oregon. On Sunday next be will lecture
at St. Joseph's Church on "Alaska and
His Work Among the Indians There." A
collection will be taken up to aid bim in
bis work. The bUhops of the Province
of Oregon have selected and will send to
the Pope at Rome the names of thieeof
their number, one of which will be desig
nated by His Holiness to till the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Arcbbirhop
Sepheis. Tbenauirs of those recommend
ed for the place can not be learned.
CAI'l AlN EA1" IS Ti XAS.
The Great Civil Eng-ineer Looking- for
Sites for Mew Monuments.
St. Louis, Mo., November 29. Colonel
D. H. Armstrong returned this morning
from bis Southern trip, where he accom
panied Captaiu Eads from Galveston to
"The people of Galveston are enthusi
astic over the plan of deepening their
harbor. The matter Is now belore the
River and Harbor Commission, with
probability of success. It is hoiuethiug
that is bound to be done sooner or later.
Tho coast has no haibor between the
mouth of the Kio Gran Jo l,iv-r aud New
Orleans, a distance of suit mile, so lual in
cases of dibire.s or durla,; itoniis, ves
sels have no place of reiue. There is
plenty of water at Gulvttou to avrvu tn
purpose. I left Captain Kads at t.ie
mouth of the lied River, where he pro
ceeded with a corps of engineers to make
plans for another of his gigantic schemes.
A great deal ol the water of the Red and
Mississippi Rivers Is now flowing Into
the Atchafalaya and it is becoming neces
sary to prevent lhi.. Captain Kads pro
poses to make a thorough survey of the
rivers to effect a plan." I
What the Rock Island Road Charg-y.
Chicago, III., November 29. The
Rock Island has published a stirring re
ply to the joint circular Issued Novem
ber 15th by the St. Paul, Northwestern & ,
Burllugtou Companies, claiming that each '
of these lines are issuing trausierrablc
advertising mileage tickets, aud that they
are not doing their advertising wholly ou
a cash basis as has been claimed. The
Rock Island has purchased a considerable
number of these tickets from brokers re
cently, and turned them over to some of
Chicago's best citizens, who have been
riding on them aud who make ailldavlt to
that effect. The Rock Island claims that
the war inaugurated by tne M. l'aul,
Northwestern & Burlington was wholly
Fire In Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville Fla., November 29. A
Are broke out yesterday morning at
Hart's elevator and mill. Tho elevator,
Docatte's wood-yard" and one dwelling
were totally consumed. Loss, fc'tiO.UUU;
insurance about 25,0U0, in various com-
A Civil Eng-tneer Doad.
New York, November 29. Samuel
Henry Shreve, civil engineer and author
of a standard treatise on "Bridges and
Roofs" died yesterday lu this city, aged
flfty-flve years. He took an active part In
the construction of the New Vork aud
Brooklyn elevated railways.
The Week's Failures.
Nkw Voi k, November 29. There wero
237 failures In the United States report to
Bradstroet's during thu week, against 2il
in the preceding week, and 2.12, IMUand
168 In thu corresponding weeks of IssJ,
1882 and 1881 respectively.
Ran Away From Uoms.
6rKiNariKi.it, Mo,, November 28.
Etigcno Corqueville, aged llfteen, sou of
Otto Corquevlllo, of Chicago, run nway
threo weeks ago and was arrested hero
lust night. Ho stole away on a IreUht
train. His father, who ottered a reward,
has been wliod.
Fattl'a Pet Poodle Appeased.
New York, November 29. In reference
to Pattl's divorce case It Is explained by
her friends here that when tho separatum
took placo In 1877, It wis only grunted on
condition that Pattl should give tier hus
band tho half of her ( nune, which II. Is
now aliened, the Marquis det'aiu aecepi
ed, It was only on Unit cou.iltiou Unit
Pattl was reieused.
Pinui-ay, O., November 29, Tho
natural gas well ut this place Is now
proved to be au unquulllled success. Thu
flow It 400,000 oublo feet lu twenty-four
hours. Several Urge companies are pros,
poctlng with a view to locating here.
FiaHllay la dtstluod to become ono ol tho
A Joaloua South OiroHnlan
His W.fo and Hor En
A Thief's Tongue S t Wagging by aBop(
A S arviag Mo her'a Awlul Or.me
Scant Cause for Thanksgiving A Dis
tuib:r Riddled With Bullets
Neville Found Guilty.
Took Two Lives and Still Vnappeased.
Oranokdlrg, S. C, November 29.
Geo. Haync, of this county, went to the
house of Delia Culler in search of his
wife, who had left blm a few days before,
and who was boarding with tho Cullei
woman, aud shot her dead, and also Cal
vin Redman, ilayne called Redman out,
and as tie appeared at the door, accom
panied by Delia, he fired upon them with
a double-barreled shot-gun. Hayne then
fired at the prostrate bodies of his vic
tims with a revolver. After the tragedy
Hayne expressed a determination to kill
Frank Blue, who was In the house, but
Blue escaped by taklug to the swamp.
Blue Dually made his way to this town
and informed the Sheriff and the Coroner
of what bad taken place. Hayne was cap
tured and will probably be hanged, lie
says that he Intended to kill Blue because
of his Intimacy with his (Hayne's) wife,
and be killed Redman because be har
bored her when she left him.
Choking-as a Remedy for Muteness.
Omaha, Neb, November 29. Yester
day at North Bend, a place of 600 inhabit
ants, on the Union l'aclilc Road, an at
tempt was made to lynch a man, a notori
ous person named Keddy. He was ar
rested for stealing a watch, and was sus
pected of several more serious crimes
recently committed. A vigUance com
mittee was formed, and, taking Rcddy
from the onlcers, put a rope round bis
neck aud strung bim up to a telegraph
pole, where he w as suspended some min
utes. He was then lowered, and when
be got his breath he was Informed that
the crowd would let bim bang unless be
Immediately confessed all the crimes ho
bad committed. Among other offenses,
be confessed that be had outraged a little
girl lu North Bend. His statement was
reduced to writtng, aud he was then
turned over to the Sheriff.
A Discouraged Mother's Awful Deed.
Vaxdaija, III., November 29. News
has reached here that Mrs. Mary Miller
and her two children who lived south
west of here died on Thanksgiving Day
from poisoning. The mother, it Is re
ported, first administered the deadly drug
to her children and then sw allowed a dose
herself with suicidal intent. Poverty was
the cause of the tragedy. Mrs. Miller
was ill and in desl.tute circumstances and
unable to provUU: lor herself and little
Mymtrioum Dl.pp..rnc. of A Vouna-
Hartford, Conn., November 29. Miss
Mary Taylor, the daughter of John H.
Taylor, of No. 33, Congress street, left
borne on Monday last, and has not been
seen by her friends Mnce. She started
out to call on a friend. She was to bavo
been married on Christmas to a gentle-,
man of Wetherslield. Her parents arc
respectable and wealthy people. It Is
rumored that she has taken her own life,
but so far as can bo learned there Is no
motives for such an act. Miss Taylor Is
about twenty-five years of age.
Boant Cause of Thanksgiving.
Altamont, III., November 29. Two
young men named George Wilson and
"Kate" Watson, returning from a Thanks
giving ball Thursday evening, got into an
altercation about a girl, and during the
melee Wilson was stabbed in the right
side, from thu effects oi which he died
this moruing. Watson, who was ar
rested, claims that ho acted in self-defense,
aud that when he stabbed Wilson
the latter was in tho act of raising a heavy
club to kill him.
Disturbed a Negro Congregation and
Waa Riddled With Bullets.
Franklin, Tenn., November 29. Bill
Youngerman made himself obnoxious to
a negro congregation last night while
drunk. He disturbed the public worship,
aud was arrested and taken to the lock-up,
but released about midnight. A few min
utes later a uuiuber of shots were heard,
followed by the rapid flight of a number
of men, Youngerman was found lying
ou the public square dead, and literally
riddled with bullets.
The Bigamist Neville Found Guilty.
Toledo, O., November 29. This morn
ing the jury in the Ncvlllo bigamy case,
after being out eight minutes, brought in
a verdict of guilty. Tho prisoner was
perfectly calm aud collected when tho
verdict was rendered, and he bad given
up ull hope last night. Hls'counsel will
apply for a new trial ou thu ground that
one of thu Judge's rulings was not cor
rect. Tho Detroit parties Immediately
left for home. Seuteucu has not yet been
Striking Minora Interfere With the Fire
men. Straitsville, 0., November 29. Lust
. evening one of the hoppers was set on
Ore and a crowd ot ineu refused to lot the
clli.etis extinguish tho flames. The fire
department was called out, but did noth
ing. Finally ono man rushed In and was
followed by others, and the flames wero
soon extinguished. Several shots were
llred for the puroso of luilmidutlng
those who wanted to put the lire out. All
thu mines In Strnltsvlllo are closed, and
tho company will hold 'tho county re
sponsible for thu damage to properly,
Dr. Uayg-ood, the Frlnud of the Nrgro.
Atlanta, Ga., November 29. Dr. At
Ileus U. Haywood has resigned tho Presi
dency of Oxford College. He Is tho
luthorof "Our Brother lu Black," the
writing whluh created a sensation. Itseoins
it the samo tlmo to have attructcd the at
tention of John F. Sluter, who was dls-
Koslug of a fund of ono million dollars
t tho education of tho colored
tac. Ha cofrMed that Uovywg was
tho man to carry out his work, and when
the Slater Board was organized Haytrood
was appointed General Agent. . ho useful
has his work for the colored people pr ived
that now his entire time Is demanded.
He was atone tlmo elected Bisho;i ly the
Methodist Kplseopal Church South, but
declined In order to continue his educa
tional work. '
TU - TUUF.
Brighton Beach Races.
New York,' November 29. The ralu
yesterday did not prevent a largo attend
ance at tho Brighton Beach races. The
track was muddy and the time conse
First Race For beaten horses, three
quarters of a mile: Adelo, tirst; Baby,
second; Red Fox, third. Time, 1:20 1-2.
Mutuals paid 9J3.25.
! Second Race Selling purse, one and
one-eighth miles: It. Muuee, ilrstj Dizzy
Blonde, second: Tilford, third. Time,
2:01 1-8. Mutunls, 8. ID.
Third Race Handicap, all ages, one
and one-quarter miles: . Hartford, first;
Fosteial, second; Paterson, third. Tliuu,
2:14 1-4. Mutuals paid 87.85.
Fourth Race Two year-olds, one mile:
Islette, first; John Y., second; Myrtle,
third. Time, 1:49 1-2. Mutuals paid
Fifth Race Three year-olds and up
wards, seven furlongs: Farewell, first;
Geo. Slngerly, second; Burton, third.
Time, 1:35 1-2. Mutuals paid $10.40.
Two Hundred Persona Thrown Out of
Cincinnati, O., November 29. The
woolen mill of M. A. Adler & Co., at
Fairmont, will" close this evening. Two
hundred persons will be thrown out of
A Ten Per Cent. Reduction.
Fall River, Mass., November 29.
The employes in tho engraving depart
ment of the American Print Works, the
only part of the works now running, have
been notified of a reduction of teu per
ceut. in their wages. It Is expected that
the reduction will extend to all tho em
ployes. All departments will soon re
sume work. There Is no present intima
tion of a reduction In wages In the cotton
The Wages of Six Thousand Men to be
Pittsburgh, Pa., November 29. At a
meeting of the syndicate of the Coke
1 Producers' Association yesterday a ten
per cent, reduction was ordered, to take
effect lu all department on Monday next.
The reduction affects 0,000 men. Cards
will be posted at the works to-day notify,
ing the men. Tne reduction will prob
adly be aeci pted by the men.
Will Not Run Against Carter Harrison.
Bloominuton, III., November 29.
Hon. Richard Dement, of Lexington, 111.,
was in the city to-day, and to a reporter
declared that he was not a candidate for
the United States Senate to succeed John
A. Logau. Dement Is a popular and on
terprlslug politician of the State. Ho
j left his quiet country homo and went
to tnicago, ana lor neany a
month managed the campaign. He
knows every body ami wltfi trie yoiiu'T
element of the Democratic put ty he Is re
garded as a sort of au idol. Dement said
to-day: "No, I am not endeavoring to
defeat Carter Harrison by attempting to
alter any of his political arrangements for
securing the vote of the Illinois Legisla
ture. 1 want it distinctly understood that
I am not a candidate and do not intend to
Ben Butler's Effects at Auction.
Washington, D. C, November 29.
General Butler's enormous stone house
on Capitol Hill, adjacent to tho Capitol,
has been rented lu its eutirety to the
Government. It will be occupied bv tho
Senate for extra committee rooms,
1 Where a government once enters a build-
Ing like this, it generally remains until
the property Is purchased. There was
au auction of the furniture tu the bouso
yesterday, preparatory to tho surrender
of It to the Senate. Owing to tho Wash
ington mania for buying things at auction,
tho sale brought prices on an average
above the original cost.
Sam Randall Before the Georgia Legis
lature. Atlanta, Ga., November 29. Tho
presence of Samuel J. Randall to attend
the Democratic jubilation was taken ad
vantage of by the Legislature to pay blm
marked attention. A committee of threo
was appointed to ask his presence In that
body. When Mr. Randall entered, bo was
escorted to the Speaker's stand, where,
after returning thanks for tho courtesy
extended to bim, he said:
"I rejoice that we can at last feel that
we have a country w ithout uuy South,
North, Fast or West that a solid South
and solid North have been blotted out,
aud that we have a solid Union rivolted
in every heart, aud joining us Into ono
grand people of the United States" great
The Speaker announced a recess of fif
teen minutes In honor or Mr. Randall's
presence. During that time almost every
every member of tho House was person
ally presented to him. Mr. Randall
greeted them all heartily, and seemed to
enjoy tho general handshaking.
The Hunt la Over, and Cleveland Has
No Use for a Dog.
New York, November 29. An Albany
special says i President-elect Cleveland
Is apparently not uuxlous to receive pres
. cuts from his admirers, Interested or dis
interested. On Wednesday he received
from a gentleman In Brooklyn by expre- s
a lino Newfoundland dog. (Hi Thanks
giving Day the Gownior penned a Mlfto
uoto to the donor, and started tho doif
back home again.
Optional With the Oovernor.
Bt. Louis, Mo., November 29. Gov
cruor Crittenden passed through the city
last night on route to New York. Ills
trip Is for thu purpose of examining Into
the condition of the Statu bonds and se
curities deposited there. A like exouf
nUui Is taken every year by tho Governor,
Stat' Printer or Treasurer, and tho ex
penses are paid by tho Hank of Commerce.
Under Its con tract with tho Mate tho
Bank of Commerce must have $700 on
deposit ti pity sueli expenses, though the
overage amount expended on a single trip
ta not over $100. The uumber of trlp.i to
I be ruado lu a ytiarls entirely optional with
I tho Governor
NO. ? 305.
f ROYAL :X.1t
Thli pnwd-t never vnrlci. A marvel of pnrtty.
itretiL'Ui nnd mhi ivsorvcDtM Dura economical
hnn or .uiBiy kind.. ndci' not be told a com
pel ttui with the multl ode of low tett, ihort
weight, Hlum o burphiie pt wrier. Sold only
U cum. ItUYAL HAKI Oh WD HCO.,
100 Wa I ft eet. New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
hneewPor . (jr. C&Yy.
'earse in readi
it8 when called
INo. 12 (3th St., Cairo, 111
Mitiinfacturer anl Dealer In
.-lu bo; fan Mineral v prints Water,
Milwaukee fcter iu kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & ComT
(Sueeosi r to Cbas T. Ncwland and
PlumbOi Steam and Gas Fitter
I'oiuincrcial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
: : IKL.
D.lve Well F-irco rind Lift Pumps furnished tod
nut up. Anient for tho .elebraled
"BUCKEYE FORIE PUMF';
he bent i-ump ever Invented. Now Oai Flitsrei
iini-hei' hi order. Oil Klxtnrei repaired and
tsT Jobuing promptl) attended to 819-tf
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
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