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I tf II L
f AN IMPROBABLE STORY.
A Wlckod Attempt to Blow Up a
Family of Seven Persons
Alleged to Have Been Made bj Striking
Miners at N-lsonrille, 0., to Get
Bid of An Obnoxious Mker.
A Fishy Title Evidently Told to Bolster
Up the Bad Cause of a Worse
CoLCMwrn, 0., December 12. Tbe cit
izens of Nelbonvllle are excited over the
attempt of an unknown person to blow up
tbe house of Klcbard liaruecutt and kill
lil family, between nine and tea o'clock
Wt night. The house in located on the
hi! '-nlde, at the edge of town, and the In
tention seems to have been to roll the
dynamite or explosive against the house
and turn it over and
DOWN TITS HILL.
But from the manner In which it was
rolled it mNied Its aim and lodged under
the porch lielow, where the explosion oc
curred, which tore the porch nearly to
shreds. The house otherwise was not
injured, and Barnecutt and wife, with
five children, escaped. Tbe explosion w as
heard all over that part of the country,
and soon several hundred - people had
gathered at the scene of intended de
struction. Tbe citizens are greatly ex
cited over the occurrence, and there Is
talk anions them of havlug the town
placed under strong rule. Tills informa
tion, which wm secured at the ofllce of
the Coal Exchange, says no one could be
found on the street immediately after
the explosion occurred, and this Is taken
as Indication that some of the riotous
element among tbe
STHIKKBA DID THE WORK.
Barnecutt, who was one of the strikers,
went to work for the Coal Exchange
one week ago last Monday, and since
that time his son has been assaulted on
the streets of the town. One of the syn
dicate operators telegraphs that he saw,
lat night, several bright light in the
directiou of Nelsouville, but the opera
tor at the latter place has reported no
fires. There is another report from this
source that at an open meeting of the
strikers yesterday they concluded to make
an attack at Happy Hollow last ntuht, if
the w eather wan of a favorable character,
but as nothing has been heard from that
quarter, It In supposed thai noliiing of
the kind has occurred.
Tbe Sad Story ot Estalle Nowton
nouxced a Hoax.
Albany, X. Y., December 12. The
sensational resurrection story, the scene
which was laid in the little village of
Kgremont, in the Berkshire hills, is pro
uouiiceil a houx. It was claimed that the
body of .Miss Etolle Newton, a young
.woman who was supposed to have died
from spinal complaint, was disinterred
by medical students. It was said that
life returned to the body while It was bi
iug dissected, and that the young lidy K
now alive in an Iusau'Asyluiu in Scho
harie County.. - . - .. -
A prominent physician declares that
even il Mi Newton bad not been Oead '
when burled, the contlnement in the
grave would have ended her life before ;
resurrection. Besides, there is no insane !
asylum In the county named. The story '
receives another blow in the statement of
W. K. Wright, of Hudson, X. Y who
denies that his brother, the late Dr.
Wright ever confessed to him about
taking the body of Miss Newton to
Mrs. Chapel, a sister of Miss Newton,
and Mrs. Newton, their mother, dis
credits the storv. Her mania took the 1
form of conviction that she must not cat,
and she died from starvation and spinal
complaint. Her flesb was so wasted that
it was thought Impossible she could have
been brought back to life. .
A Baker Deserts His Family For a Pretty
Nyack, N. Y., December 12. At last
Xyack has in elopement, and the peoplo
here are happy. The parties are N.
Melchlor, a well-to-do French baker, and
Lizzie Baerman, a pretty French-German
girl, twenty-three years of age, who has
resided here for a couple of years with a
family on Cedar Hill avenue. Melchior
came to this place with his wifu aud
family over two years ago, and
opened a bakery on Depew avenue, and
toon built up a largo and paying busi
ness. He purchased some Hue property
in Upper Nyack, and made himself and
family a very pleasant home there. Ills
wife is an Alsatian, about thirty-live
years old, aud quite good looking. Ho far
as people anew they always lived happily
together. The young woman with whom
Melcholr eloped, Is short and gracefully
formed, with jet black hair and sparkliug
eyes. Melchlor met her several months ago
and an Intimacy grew up at ouco be
tween them. Sho remarked to several
parties that she "thought a great deal of
the baker and would .Ike to bo bis wife.'
Tho elopement occurred lust Saturday
morning. On that morning Melcholr
kissed bis wife good-bye, as he usually
did when he went away, and said ho was
going to New York to buy flour. At night
Melchlor did not return aud his wife was
a little worried, but did not then suspect
the truth of the matter. Ho did not come
back Sunday, and then
HER SUSPICIONS WKllK AROC8KD.
Early In the week she wont to New York,
called at the place where ho customarily
purchased flour, anu found that he wus -
not there on tho preceding Saturday,
nuen soe returneu nome,- sue nmiio a
Bearcu through tho bouse to see if any-
thing was missing, ami found that ho had
uiaen an me money, uut tweuty cents.
Sho discovered, also, he hud t.ucu four
suits of clothes and other things, which
Indicated he had prepared for a journey.
A llttlo later she ascertained that tho
girl, for j whom ho had formed such
an attachment, had nl.so gone, away on
Kamrdiiy morning, and it was not 'long
before she found proof that they had
eloped. Mrs. Melchlor feels badly, but
not heartbroken, aud longs to get hold i '
her husband and his companion, - Shu
yesterday (old his horso and waon aud
some other personal property, and says
1m will dispose ol evorcthlng for widen
mn wx naa Doyen, to that u ne ever
tn oau flad btrjren. so that IX be tvtt
is golug to New York, and says she In
tends to leave this country and go to
Europe. It Is suspected that Melchlor
and Die girl have sailed for Europe.
' CHICAGO IXI-CTION' J?itAUU9.
Several Arretti In the Leruan-Brund Ballot-Box
Chicago, III., December 12. Tho
T:u''.ei1 States District Court was crowd
ed this morulng with politicians of both
pait..;.s Interested in the Lemau-Rrand
bt.liot-box fraud. Joseph C. Macklu
aud Clerk Uleason and Uiehl, of
the County Clerk's olllco, and Election
Officers htrasser, Shields aud Kelly,
against whom indictments were returned
last night, were on hand. Elcctloa OM1
oer llunsborough is seriously 111 at tho
County Hospital, and Sullivan, his col
league, has disappeared. All the others
gave bail in SI.OijO cacti. Judge lllodgett
announced that they would be called to
plead Tuesday next. The proceedings
were purely formal.
I INFAMOl'S AND MALICIOUS.
Governor St. John benouncas the False
hood Told About Him.
Bloomington, III., December 12.
The Leader of this city publishes a letter
received by Kev. John C. Hanna, of
Bloomlngton fiom Governor St. Join.
He makes some bitter denunciations, and
among other things says that tbe story
published In the Republican papers that
be, at any time during bis life, proposed
in any manner or form to sell out to the
Bepubllcan, Democratic or any other po
litical party or organization, Is simply one
of the many infamous and malicious lies,
for which the Republican press during the
recent campaign has been noted.
- He writes that he Is a comparatively
poor man, and that all his expenses while
uon the Prohibition stump were defrayed
by the party of which he was the standard-bearer.
The Republican party and
all other enemies, he says, may continue
to burn him in effigy, still it will uot make
him swerve from what he thinks is the
path of rluht. The spirit of Intolerance
exbiblu-d by tbe Republican preis to-day,
is doing for the party just what the same
spirit did for the pro-siavery party thirty
The Doctrine of Evolution Working In a
Colcmbia, S. C, December 12. At a
special meeting of the directors of tbe
l Presbyterian Theological Seminary In this
city las; night Prof. Woodrow, whose
' teachings of evoliitiou have created such
a stir, was asked to resign. He declined,
to do so aud was thereupon removed.
Immediately afterwards tbe Kev. Dr. E.
W. Bi;gi;s, professor of church history,
and the He v. Dr. K. C. Hemphill, profes
sur of Biblical literature, tendered their
resignations, to take effect June 30th,
1?5", which were promptly accepted.
They Adjourn anc' Tak a Look at Chi
; Chicago, III., December 12. Tho
! National Convention of Oificers ol Penl
: tentiaries and lielurmatorv Iimtitutlou
adjourned sine die after mlduight this
mornlug. The last mutter discussed, wa
the pardoning power, the speakers gen
erally holding that the power should only
be exercised by the executive to correct
manifest errors of trial. A committee,
with Superintendent Warner of the Al
.egjeny, Pa., Workbou.se as chairman,
was appointed to prepare a system of
ur'f- rn prison reports. This morning
I i'i u visitors are inspecting the city and
, county institutions. . .
Chicago, III., December 12. A largely
attended meeting of clgarmakers was
held at Greenbaum's Hall last night. A
number of speakers were listened to, and
resolutions protesting agalust that part
of the Spanish treaty relating to their
business were passed, ami copies ordered
to be forwarded to Senators Logan aud
Open Consideration oi Foreign Treaties
Washington, D. C, December 12.
Considerable pressure Is being brought
to bear upon Senators with the view of
having them abandon the rulo which re
quires all treaties to be considered in se
cret session. The claim Is put forward
by merchants and others, and It appears
to be justillable, that the practice of shut
ting out tho public, especially when rev
enue treaties are under consideration, Is
wrong, and In mauy Instances disastrous
to business. While tho resolution offered
in the Senate by Van Wyck to open the
doors on tho Spanish treaty was
objected to yesterday, It Is
thought It may yet receive
favorable consideration. There Is a great
; deal of opposition to tho Spanish treaty
in tho Senate, and It Is quite probable
that It may fall of ratlllcation. A Repub
lican Senator from the West, In talking
with a representative of tho United Press
to-day expressed gravo doubts of tho
ratlllcation, and many others entertain
similar views. It Is hinted that Blaluo
will uso bis Influence against it.
The Foreign Relations Coramltteo, It Is
thought, will at Its next executive session
agree to remove tho Injunction of sccresy
Jrora tho NIcarauguan treaty. Ajnicmbei
of tho Senate is authority for tuo state
ment that there Is nothing whatever In tho
treaty except tho Istliuiiau canal project,
which was outlined very concisely by
Arthur in his annual message. Little or
no opposition is apprehended. ' j
tOIlXV-tlOlITIl CONUHKSS. !
Washington D. C, December 12.
On motion ol Mr. Ellis a concurrent reso
lution was passed reciting that as tho ex-
lgcnclcs of the public service would ore.
vent tho atVndanco of Congress nt tho
opening oi too World's Industrial and
Cotton Exposition at New Orleans tho
President has decided to open 'tho
Exposition by telegraph, and start tho
machinery thereof by electrloltv from tho
Executive Mansion lu tho presence of tils
Cabinet ami tho foreign representatives,
nud roqtiesilug the President of tho
Senate, together with a committee of
thirteen Senators and tho Speaker of
the 1 House, wllli one represeuta
Ivo or delcgalo from each
Stato or Territory, to attend at tho Kx
eoutlvc Mnusluii Tuesday, Docuwlior 10th,
nt 10:1)0 a. in., to witness, ou behalf of
the digress of tho United States, the
opnnlng of the Exposition by tbo Picsl
dent and to adoot and forward th.
irom huau adores gratalatton as
Two Negroes Brain and Almoel
Decapitate An Old Man With
i An Axo.
The Bu'chers Ari Promptly Arrostd a: I
Conies tie Horrible Died-Thej
Are SJoly Lodged in Jail, .
After Running the Gauntlet of a
ing M,b Shrieking Fur
Chatta.vocua. Tkxn-., December 12.
An old man named Freeman was brutally
murdered lu his house Wednesday ulghl
near Madison, Ala., on the Memphli
Hoad, by two negroes. They bad an as
as a weapon and literally cut him tj
pieces, his btuius being laid bare and his
bead almost severed from bis body. Tho
butchers were arrested and one of them
named Johuson confessed that they com.
mittcd the deed. Last night
when tho Sheriff started to con.
vey the prisoners to Iluntsvlljo for
safe keeping a mob of 200 whites
and blacks assembled at the depot to
lynch the murderers.. Just as the train
rolled in the wildest scene ensued. Tho
negroes, thinking they would soon bo In
the bauds of tbe mob, commenced pray
ing, while the bowling mob shrieked for
some one to lead them to seize tho
nearoes. The Sheriff, by a skillful move
ment, got the negroes aboard the train,
which came near being wrecked by tho
lyuchers. They aro now In tho Hunts
A MANIAC'S MaD FANCY.
He Think Ha Beoeivea a Mea8 From
Qod to Murder Hia Family.
Lancaster, 0., December 12. Gott
lieb Steckmlller went home on Wednes
day night and told his wife that God had
summoned him to kill his family. He
then took a two-year old child and made
If helplessly drunk, and attempted to
thrust It Into the tire, but was prevented
by tho mother, who escaped with tho
children and gave the alarm. Ho was
arrested after a desperate struggle. Yes
terday, fur some reason, StecKmiller was
released from jail and went bacK homo.
He warned his family to leave home, and
they fled. A sheriff's posse found him at
bis bouse stirk nuked and armed with an
axe, with which he was destroying the
furniture, windows and doors, lie was
captured after a iurious struggle.
Mysterious Assassination ot a Distin
Laredo, Tex., December 12. About
two o'clock last night, on'one of tho pub
lic streets leading from tho plaza, The
ofolo DeyaKna, a Viexlcan gentleman ol
distinction and wealth, was found dying
from a terriblo wound In the head. Do
vallna Is a political refugee aud highly
connected in Mexico, and it is believed
bis assassination was inspired from that
direction. The back of bis head was
crushed from a blow with some blunt In
strument. He was unconscious when
found, and at a late hour the physician,
declared he would never revive to reveal
the secret of his assassination. i
A Canadian Murderer Arrested At Han
nibal, Mo., For Burglary.
Hannibal, Mo., December 12. John
Rice, who was arrested here Wednesday
night for burglary, has been Identified as
the notorious Wm. Callagbau, who whllo
Imprisoned for burglary at Sandwich,
Canada, murdered G.;o. 0. Leach, Gov.
ernor of the jail, on March. 1G, I8S4, and
made his escipe. He refuses to be taken
back to Cauada, but a telegram from
Chief Murray, of Sandwich, says he has
already taken steps to secu.o the neces
sary extradition papers.
Murdered for Talking Temperanoe.
Omaha, Nun., December 12. A story
comes from tho western part of tho State
that a traveling Baptist preacher, who
had preached a temperance sermon at
Antelope, W. T., was taken by half a
dozen cowboys last Sunday to a saloon
and was compelled to drink flvo or six
lemonade glasses full of vilo whisky.
The cowboys then started with tho
preacher to a temporary trading post lu
this State, twenty-five miles from Ante,
lope.but before reaching there the preacher
died from the effects of his rough treat
meut. Murdered For Hit Pension Monoy.
Dayton, O., December 12. A. W.
Beurdsloy, belonging at tho Soldiers'
Home, was fouud dead just outside tho
Home gate this' morning. It is supposed
he bad been murdered for his pension
A l'UIUSTLY SWINDLE,
He Violates Her Confldenoe and Bobs
Cleveland, o., December 12. Patrick
Wheelan wus arrested hero to-day ou
charge of embezzlement. About a year
ago Wheelan was commissioned to trans
act business lu New York State for his
giunilinother, and being endowed with a
power of attorney, ho drew all her money
from bank, amounting to about 61,800,
aud appropriated It. Wheelan has been
studying for the priesthood at St. Mary's
Another Swindler Beats the Llnooln, 111.,
Lincoln, III., Deeombcr 12. A
sharper.-glvlng the name of W. II. Davis,
struck the town Wednesday aud swindled
J. II. Parker out of 43,'and Purduo d
Burk out of H0, on a soap dt al. He rip.
resented that ho was disposing of tho
soap for an liiHur.iueo company, and exhi
bited a sample, assuring them that It was
l fair sample. They purchased, tho soap
wus delivered and payment made. On
?xniiilnlng It they discovered tlmt It wus
rvoith'cM, but tdu slick Davis left for
. pai'U unknown.
fl! Cutting the Wags of Emplove.
Prrisntiioii, Pa., December 12. Car
iegle Bros, 1 Co., oporutlng tbo Union
Iron Mills have ordered a reduction ot
leu to llf teen per cent, lu the wages of
tU the employes, excepting those gov
w J tot Araaigatnataa ajmocii
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next Monday. About 9C0 men will ba
affected. Tho Isabella Ulait Furnace
Company have ordered ten percent, re
duction lu tbe wages of all employes. To
offset this tho rent of tho company's
houses have been reduced ten per cent.
OVK 11 AMY TOO MANY.
What Happenel to a Farmer Who Oava
Shelter to Wayiirei.
Cahbridok, 0., December 12. Ou
Tuesday ulght last, a youug lady, ele
gantly clud, accompanied by a gentleman,
drove up to the residence of Samuel Ken
nedy, near this place, and asked for shel
ter lor the ulght, saying they bad lost their
way. They gave no names and occupied
separate rooms. About four o'clock in
the morning Mrs, Kennedy was awakened
by some one leaving tho house. She
roused her husband, who investigated
uud found the man 1 woman missing.
An iuluut cry was heard behind tho
smokc-Rouso, and on looking there the
woman was found, but sho immediately
started across the Hold toward the woods.
Shu was overtaken aud taken back, w hen
the child was found beside a log, covered
with leaves. It Is now alive and well.
Last night a hack arrived and two strange
men took the girl away. The Infant was
left behind, aud with it 9500.
SAVED 11Y A FlttKMAN,
A Little Child Snatched from the Track
in Front ot a Locomotive.
Lancaster, Pa., December 12. As a
passenger train on the Heading 4 Colum
bia Railroad was ruuuing at the rato of
thirty miles an hour near Ephrata last
evening, the engineer saw a child on tbe
track some distance ahead. He called the
attention of the tlreman, T. J. D. Calnan,
to the fact, when the latter made his way
to the pilot, aud grasped the cbild just as
tbe eugiue was about to pass over it.
Tho child was taken to Columbia to await
JUSTICE AM) FAST MAILS.
Henry Watterson Intimates What the
New York, December 12. In response
to a request made by tho WurlJ, the fol
lowing letter has been received:
LoI'isvillk, December 9.
To tlw. Editor of tlie World: The South
sets up to-day uo sectional claim what
ever, and wants only an honest ad
ministration of the Government. Tho
President-elect will, I doubt not, cou
struck bis cabinet fairly. Thero is
plenty of good material lu every part o1
tbe country, and to say nothing of In
vidious distinctions, tho list of repre
sentative and capable men Is too large for
Individual specllicallou. 'ihere arc tut
two Cabinet places in which the South is
particularly interested. Ono is the De.
partiueut of .JusUce, which needs reform
ing, and the oibT is the Fost-oflke De
partment, which has never dealt very lib
erally by the South with respect to the
fast mail service.
Signed Henry Wattkrhow,
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, December 12. Yesterday
was the 121st day of tho racing season
at Ilrightou Beach. There was a good
First Race For beaten horses; three
quarters mile: Gipsey, first; Jesse
James, second; Yorktowu, third. Time,
Mutuuis paid, SuU.'Jo
Secoud Ifciee Selling allowances; one
aud oue-eigblh miles: Nettle, llrst; LI-
gau, secoud; Warren Lewis, third, Time,
2:00 1-4. Mutuals paid, 310.45.
Third Race Handicap for all ages;
one and three-eighth miles: George Slu
gerley, first; Fosteral, second; Hickory
Jim, third. Time, 2:20. Mutuals paid,
Fourth Race For two-year-olds; one
mile: Miss Palmer, llrst; Myrtle, sec
ond; Alfred, third. luue, 1:47 8-4. Mu
tuals paid, 10.80.
Filth Race Welter weights; seven
eighth mile; Shelby Barnes, tlrst; Bur
ton, second; King Lion, third. Time,
1;B4. Mutuals paid, 0258.85.'
The Miners Win.
Shawnee, O., December 12. The
strike at the Brilliant mine, McCunesvtlle,
was settled this morning, the miners re
turning to work on their own terms.
Jules Bastlen Le Page, tho French
painter, is dead.'
Sister Augustine of tbe order, of St.
Francis, died at Peoria.
The French Seuute commenced discus
sion of tbe Tonquin credits.
The Chicago and Ohio River pool lines
reached an amicable adjustment.
Barrister Adams and Miss Colcrldgo
were privately married at Londou.
Twelve Nihilists were captured at St.
Petersburg, and Important documents
Tbe French advances against the
Chlueso will begin as soon as tbe credits
Tho Missouri doctoral vote was deliv
ered at Washington to the President of
The Wilkinson Bros, failure at Syracuse
has Involved others and caused several
The twenty-seventh annual session ol
the Missouri Horticultural Society closed
at St. Joseph.
A number of forged drafts on the Iowa
Loan and Trust Company are said to ba
An investigation of tho Irregularities In 1
the Comptroller's olilce was commenced i
At Rctcbltza, Russia, a subterranean
passage leading to tho tax receiver's ol
ilce was discovered.
The Detroit papors have made large
wagers as to tho circulation of each, tho
money to go to city charities.
Tho festivities In connection with the
silver juullco of Archbishop Lyuch's con
secration commenced at Torouto.
Palmer, tho youthful (losperulo of Pitt
sylvania County, Vs.. surrendered to the
Sheriff on condition that ho would not let
him be lyuciie l.
Representatives of tho pool lines mot
In New York ami agreed to advance the
freight rate on dressed hogs In refrigera
tor cars from Chicago.
A curious political complication nan
ariseq in West Virginia, growing out of
tho chango oi tho time for State elections,
voted upon O tober 14 th.
A special meeting of ,tho New York
,unamoet oi counters) wm bald to
(5R0YAL 5Wil I
Absolutely Pure. .
Thin powder never vnrie. A marvel of parity,
trenxtii bd1 nhi lesonit-nei A ore ecouurulcal
tlmn orolimry kind, and cannot be lold n corn
pet tlnn with tho mil Hi ude of low test, hort
weight, alnm o ibnrtihate pewder. 8oM only
lu can. KOYAL HAKI0 PoWb'R CO.,
ltw Wa Ihtieet, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. 0. rary.
alwav on band.
ioarse in readi
ness when called
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INo. 12 Oth St., Cairo, 111
IIexuy IIasex jaeger,
Manufacturer an 1 Dealer la
licbojg'aii Mineral r-' firings Water,
ALWAYS O.N HaND.
Milwaukee titer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Success' v to Chas T. Newlnnl and
Plumbm, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
Drive Well Force and Lilt Pumps furnlahedaod
um up. AkuiiI. for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
he bust t'Uttip evur invented. New Oa Flits re
un the(. to order. O d fixture repaired and
i4rJobbinii promptly attended to 819-tf
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th 8trcoi,betweon Com'l Av. tud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.NITION.
nhIi'- k MtifHil A Kind. l Key Mud.
ft ALU!) AY BROTHERS,
m)VR, (ilUIH AND HAY
iwiv-'Si i'sfih PrW Paid tor Whrat.
rjKNRV B. TAYLOR. Muter.
UKOUOB JOBiio, Clerk. ,
Ptdaeah forCtlro daily fStadays meat
d) at a. m., and Monad City at 1 p. .. &Mnrn
itf, Uaw Cairo 4 p.m. ( Mound CI;t t