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bavo a full and complete line of
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lafen Mesalied. All Kindt ol Key Mod.
Mystio and Impressive Coromontoa
In Memory of Departed
Tio Rites and Ceremonies of the Magii
of Egypt in the Temple of
Isii and Osiris
Outdone By the Qrand Lodge of Sorrow,
Ancient and Accepted Rite of
Nkw York, December 80. The Grand
Lodge of Sorrow, Ancient and Accepted
fcicottlsh Jiite of Free Masonry, was huld
In the Academy of Music Sunday even
ing. Tbo auditorium was well filled,
nearly every promlneut Pree Mason lo
the city being present. The lodge held
funeral services In memory of members
ranging from the fourteenth to the thirty
third degree of Mason 17, who have died
within the last six years. The ceremony
may not Inappropriately be termed a
grand Masonic requiem masa for the
repose of tbo souls of Kldrx;y P. Nichols,
II. Gardner, Charles lllackle, George V.
Poonie, James M. Martin, (Just&vus A.
Puller and sixty-two other lamented cltl
rerw who have died rich In Masonic honors.
The services opened with a full lodge
In session on the stage. Its members
wore rich regalia. In set Masonic terms,
the Lodgo of Sorrow was . opened, the
venerable Master saying that they bad
met to honor the dead and sympathi.e
with friends and relatives In their allllc
tiou. A candlestick, with seven burning
caudles, stood near the Prompter's box.
It was flanked by tall candelabra aud Ma
sonic bannerets and gonfalons. These
emblems remained In the foreground dur
ing the entire ceremotiy, and even when
the curtain was lowered.
The second part of the pageant was de
voted to the funeral services lu honor of
tlie dead. A catafalque, surmounted by
a bier and a coillu, all covered with a
blacif pull, stood lu the center of the
stage. A pedestal, topped wilb a blazing
pau of fire, stood iu each corner of the
iuneral pile. The stae was set to a
scene from "Alda," which gave the rite
an Kgyptian coloring. Tho scenery rep
resented the iutcrior of a temple on tho
MIe. The solemn strains of Men
"SONG W1TUOLT WOniJb"
arose from tlie orchestra as an army of
ueupliytca In black gowns with triangular
apron ot a violet hue, and cabalistic
cap Issued from the wings of the stage.
'1 licy marched aud countermarched around
the catafalque, and were Anally ranged In
solid columns on the right and on the
kit. A chorus of forty voices, with au
organ accompaniment, then intoned the
uud nineteen Uny girls dressed la white
w ah silvered tt&slies and bearing baskets
ol tlowert, moved around the bier suat
teriug roses at Its base. A flaxen-haired
little one, as beautiful as an angel, took
ber place in front of tho catafalque, while
her sisters ranged themselves at Its side.
When the baskets were emptied, the little
ones melted within the w ings, aud the
orchestra played Uethovcu's funeral
march. A tile of acolytes, clothed In
hooded white gowns, entered from the
kit of the stage, aud another tile, arrayed
lu hooded black gowns, came In from the
rijjn. Both flies wore triangular aprons,
r.d iu color. Their brows were crowned
with flllets of sliver. They marched and
countermarched around the catafalque,
keeping step to the mournful strains of a
dirge, aud drew up In front of the neo
phytes, tho white gowns ou the left and
black ones on the right.
lhen General J. 11. llobart Ward, re
Fplendaut lu the robes of a Jewish high
priest, descended from a plutform at the
back ol the stage. Walter M. Fleming
and John F. Collins, the assistant priests,
uueompunied him. i'lemlug's arms were
bare, iiulh he and Collins wore rich
robes, and might huve been easily mis
taken, iu view of their surroundings, for
priests of Isisaud Osiris.
The three priests mounted a dais over
looking the catafalque. Seveu men clad
lu black gowus with white surplices,
bearlug broad red crosses ou the breast
and back, then stepped to the front aud
halted near the seven-cornered candle
stick. The first uttered au aphorism on
Hie aud death, aud said In a solemn touu
"To the memory ofChas. S.Arthur,
Charles Blackle, Gustavus A. Fuller,
Gregory Satterlee, Sidney P. Nichols,
Hugh Gardner, Isaac 11. Drown, and
Lewis F. lloppel."
He then stepped to the brazen caudle
stick, aud turned out one of the seven
lights. ' Then one of his companions ut
tered another aphorism, named seven
more of the dead, aud turned out another
ol the seven lights,
This was continued until similar honor
had been paid to all of the dead, and tho
lights of tho brazen seven armed candle
sticks had been totally extinguished. Tho
Seven Knights of the Cross then retired
to the baok of the stage, and Miss Jenulo
Fish, Frederick Harvey and Carl Bergs
passed around the catafalque aud sang
rtuYitu ruou mohks."
The high priest then delivered a short
Invocation, and tho acolytes raised their
torches and again marched round the
funeral pile. After another chorus tho
marching and counter-marching was re
sumed. A black-robed figure alternated
with a white-robed flguro, and In this
order tho Mo stood on tho right and left
of tho catafalque Miss Christine lioss
wog sang tho solo !
'I Wll KXTOL THICK,"
in a puro tone of voice; alter which
Priest Collins, Priest Fleming and High
Priest Ward delivered short funeral ora
The pans of flro at tho corners of tho
catafalque burned out during the funeral
Ot tho thrco speeches, Mr, Fleming's
ras much the best. In the language of
an Intelligent Mason, Fleming "wul
IIIK MAHO ANTONY Ot THH OCCASION."
After tho addresses aud appropriate
music, the curtain fell.
In Uio third part of the funeral cere
monies tho scenery had been changed. It
apparently represented a crypt under
some old Kgyptian templo. Too stago
was darkened, aud the black- and while
figures reappeared with dimmed torches,
which threw a lured light on tholr sllver
flileU. They marched and counter
marched, forming triangle, squares and
etoaaoa. and various other Masonic etn
Wheu the sombre, draped figures wcie
again ranged on each wing of the stage,
tbu bier and collln, with a heavy pall, were
brought In, the red crossed figure acting
CHOPIN'S kTXIClUL MAKCI1
was .played, after which there were more
aphorisms on life and death, and the cof
fin was raised and borne to an imaginary
tomb In tho wing of the stage.
A benediction was uext announced aud
the curtain fell.
In tho last scene, tho lodgo was
again lu session. Jerome liuck made the
peroration , aud the lodge was closed lu
due aud ancient form, tho whole cere
mony ending with a
It was long after midnight beforo the
Lodgo of Sorrow was closed. Wbllolm-,
presslvo, the ceremony could hardly be
called Instructive to any but Koyal Arch
Masous. lint for the scriptural allusions
aud quotations, those who were not
Masons, and even members of the blue
lodges, might have taken It for soino
paaan rite of tho time of Ptolemy rather
than a funeral ceremony of the Nineteenth
THE MCAUAOUAX 1'HKATY'
Likely to Be Ratified to Rebuke For
eign Interference. -
Washington, 1). C, December 8u.
The leader In the New Orleans Picayune
In favor of tlie Nlcaraguan treaty has em
boldened Southerners, wholu their hearts
favor .the scheme. A prominent Southern
Senator gave his views1 as to tho
probability of tho ratification of
the treaty. "Said Tie: "There lsgo
lug to be a big light over it, and It
promises to be the event of the season.
The adoption of the treaty Involves a dis
tinctive American policy that will be of
fensive to nearly all the Furopean na
tions. There Is no doubt that the vari
ous forelgu diploriiaU have been in
structed by their Governments to use all
available means to defeat Its ratifica
tion. Some of these are already moving
In the matter In seeking interviews with
influential members of Congress. Per
haps a few of the ministers may resort to
the ancient methods of inviting Senators
and members to banquets as the shortest
way of securing their friendship. Cut
the Congressman of to-day is not
reached through the stomach, as he
was in the time of Sam Ward. He is shy
of dinners and entertainments and lobby
lsts. He Is apt to Insist on a direct and
open conference if the diplomats want to
talk about the treaty. There is no doubt
that the opposion ol foreign governments
will Incite Congress to the ratification
of the treaty, Americans do not
like the Idea of being dictated to
by European nations. The dictum of the
London Time, declarlug that tho United
States must not ratify the treaty, Is only
an argument In its favor. There are Sen
ators who may not be so wedded to the
treaty, but will vote for it because it Is
opposed by the European monarchies.
F.ven If It Involved the danger of war
they would favor It, for there are people
In Congress, as well as out of it, who
are not averse to extending American
territory Inward aud beyond the equator.
Put a strong opposition will doubtless be
aroused against the treaty, and there is
likely to be a bitter fight In Congress.
However," concluded the Senator, "the
probability Is that the treaty will be
Seduction or Blackmail t
Buwminutox, Iu.., December 30.
The case of Hiram J. Cheser, the
wealthy merchuut of this city, who
was arrested here Saturday night
at the Instance of Henry Sheldon,
of Denver, Col,, who charges him with
tho seduction of his wife, causes the most
Iqtenso "excitement in tho city. Put the
general opinion is that Cheser will be able
to prove that the whole thlug Is a piece of
blackmail, although certain letters have
passed between him and Sheldon's wife,
but uot of such a character as to wai
rant aiiy guilt between them. Sheldon
and his wife lived in Ploomitigtou until a
year ago, when they left for Colorado,
uud at preseut are living In Denver. She
is a peculiarly fascinating woman, a nd
while here was regarded as something of
a flirt, but eujoyed a fair reputation.
Cheser says he will bring suit for dam-,
ages agaiust the Chicago parties who
brought the suit against him.
An Infanticide Who Ends His Career aa
Poiiti.anL), Our., December 30. Stiu
day night, near Chehiilis, Wyoming Ter
ritory, on the line of tho Northern Pacific
Pallroad, William Pearson, a well-to-do
farmer, who Is a strong believer lu
Spiritualism, Imagined ho received au or
der from a higher power to kill his Infant
child. This he did with a hammer. When
be bad finished he showed what he had
doue to his wife, who Is also a Spiritual
ist. He tlieu said 1' she would cut her
throat he would do the same. Both were
found yesterday half frozen with theli
throats cut, but not yet dead. Pearson
has revlyed sulllcleutly to stale what is
above related. Ho and his wifo will
An Incestuous Beast Lynching Threat
ened. St. Joskimi, Mo., December 30. Joseph
Ruttl, a bachelor, camo here thirteen
years ago from Illinois) and located on a
farm near King City, Gentry County. Two
sisters accompanied him, one a widow,
tho other single, aged twenty, it has de
veloped that itattl has been holding
Illicit relations with the youngest sister
ever since. Severnl years ago tho girl
gave birth to a stlll-boru child, aud proof
has beeu adduced to show Unit It was
throwu to the hogs aud devoured. Two
years later another was born; then a
third, a year later, and both were fed to
A week ago a fourth child was born,
and Is supposed to have beeu similarly
disposed of. Neighbors, becoming sua
plclous, entered the bouse aud found tin
girl dead from chili birth, HatU was
arrested, and lynching Is threatened.
Perished In the Flames.
SritiN(iKiiti.D, Mo., December 80.
News Is received her that tho house ol
tho lion. W. 11. Norrls, of o.urlrCouiity,
was burned Friday last and llikt Mr. Nor
rls perished lu the Haines. The family
hud all escaped from the house, wbes
Mr. Norrls re-vnterod to save tui old fam
ily relic, but was overcome by the flamei
aud fell suffocated by Uio amoke. 1I
was burned before, the eyes of his wife
and children. Mr. Norrls bad represent
ed Ozark County four tonus In the State
Legislature, was highly respected, and 1
very popnlar man,
TAKE YOUR HAT, SIR !
Soolal Oatraolsrm One of the Weap
ons Used Acralnat tho Hat
The Wives and Daughters in Soalskii
Saoquos and Fashionable Gowns Do
ing the, Work of Faotory Girls.
The War Carried Into the Churches
Pastors Taking Sides Scene
in a Baib:r-Shcp.
South Nokwalk, Conn., Decernbci
30. In reply to tho recent circular of th
manufacturers, tho striking hatters have
drawn up an address to tho public,' ui
which many of tho statements of th
manufacturers aro flatly denounced as de
liberate falsehoods. Meanwhile the
strike goes on w ith no signs of yielding
on either side. A curious feature of this
strike la that tho places of many of the
employes have been tliled by the wives
and daughters of the wealthy manufuo
turers. Instead of tho shabbily
dressed girls and women who might b
seen honing to their work In the morn
ing, there may now be seen alighting
from their carriages at the doors of tho
IsOofIrs young men and matrons in seal
skin aacques and fashionable gowns and.
bonnets. Dainty fingers that have never
before applied a needle to other than
the delicate fancy work that serves to re
lieve their Idle hours of ennui, now work
hard trimming and Mulshing huts as
though their next day's bread depended
on their InduVy.
The manulacturers themselves aro
made to suffer from boycotting, both In
abusive and social way. In passing
through the streets numbers of former
friends or acquaintances turn their heads
aside and fall to see them, or openly
One of the firm of Crofut & Knapp,
visited a barber's shop tho other day and
waited ' patiently until the welcome
"next" should unnouueo his succession
to the chair. When his turn came, he
advanced to submit himself to the mer
cies of the barber's razor, but was
astounded when the barber waived him
aside and said :
"We can get along without your cus
tom or your cash. Yes, that's what wo
mean, sir. Next!"
The barbers had been made to under
stand that they could choose between the"
custom of the inauy or tho fow, aud tho
many were chosen. Tho wealthy manu
facturers of South Norwalk can now
choose between grisly, unshaven faces or
bravo tho risk of practising on them
selves. Even the churches have not csci'pejfc
the disturbing Influences of this interne
cine war. The heads of the firm of One
fut & Knapp, are deacons in the first Bap
tist. Church of this city. A costly uew
church was receutly erected to which
they" jointly contributed $10,000. Immedi
ately iollowlng tins generosity, reduction
of wages was announced. The Kev. Mr.
Gumbart, the pastor of the church has
made, it is said, somo references to the
strike to which the hatters except. Many
of them arc members of his church, und
have made known the objection to his
expression of what they term misplaced
sympathy. Their remonstrances have
produced no apparent impression on tho
pastor, and It is believed that trouble will
ensue. One of the manufacturers has de
clared that should the whole congregation
leave the church it shall not luck support
nor the pastor his salary. It is not
believed the Itev. Mr. Gumbart will
change to the side of the strikers.
A Wild Woman Discovered In the South
Mountains of Pennsylvania.
Woumelsdork, Pa., December 80.
For several mouths tbo citizens of this
village, situated near the foot of tho
South Mountains, a rango of tho Allc
ghenies, have been disturbed by tho most
unearthly yells coming from the hills.
It was generally supposed that they
emanated from some strango animal
which . hud taken refuge lu the
mouutalus. Mr. Grlesemar, of
tho Bethany Orphans' Home, a He
formed Church institution, at the foot of
the mountain, several times heard tho
screams. Franklin Katterman, Jacob
Matthews and Theodore Startze, all old
huuters, followed up a trail for several
hours, but were Anally obliged to give up,
us they were led Into tho mountain fast
nesses. Theodore Startzo says he saw
a living thing half human, half beast.
Ho stood still, tho blood chilling In his
veins. Ho had his gun with him but he
dared uot shoot. llo next started on a
rnn and, to use his own words, flew down
the hill and did uot stop until be got home.
A party of employes at the Itobsonla fur
nace shot at the animal, but missed It. It
Is stated that tho managers of the furnace
offered $200 for the animal alive and $100
for Its dead body. To-day
TUB MYSTERY WAS CLEARED CP.
A party of Womrclsdorf hunters scoured
tho mountnlu. They found human foot
steps In tho snow, which they tracked to
a rudo hut a charcoal burner's deserted
cabin. Hero they found a young woman,
probably tweuty-tlvo years of ago. Shu
was thinly dressed. Her surroundings
were uncouth and sho appeared much
frightened, Sho has a wild and
haggard look, and who sho is no out
kuows. fftto threw stones down the
mountain ind yelled to scare tho people
away. Shi) Is of muscular build and
many think sho has been following this
kind of life for years, judging by her gen
eral appearance. She has shown tho
strength of an Amazon, and tho people
have decided to let her alone uutll tho
authorities tuko her In charge.
Will B Burled at Sea.
Austin, Thx., , December 80. Judge
Brewster, who died Sunday, accordiug to
a promise he exacted from bis daughters,
will be burled at sea. Governor Ireland
has placed tbe quarantine vessel at Gal
veston at tho disposal of tho friends of
tho deceased, many of whom will accom
pany tho funeral party to-day.
A Sheriff Shot-Hla Aaaailant KUlod.
ItKiJtru, Trcx., December 80. Sheriff
Terry of this (Karnes) county ww shot
and killed by EmmeU Butler on Sunday.
After Terry fell, be raised hltnaeli op aii
ihotBtrtlcrlnthclojr ash was mating
jite eaotpe. The latter oontluuod rnia
klnf toward hit faotto, howtm, wheu
hot was fired by some unknown persol
In tho crowit. The ball penetrated thi
back of his bead, killing him. Sherif
Terry was a prominent stockman. Bad
blood had rong existed between the men,
and culminated In the above tragto man
ner. FUroo Xlamai and IT .oar n Hydrants.
Piekrk, Dak., I eoombiT 80, 1 a. m.
A terrible lire is now raging and one ec
tiro block ou Pierre street la In flames.
As tho mercury is below aero, and all tho
pumps aro frozen solid, It Is Impossible
t J control the flames. At present writing
the storca of Richardson A Uallemback,
F. Nasnp, U. Cavanaogh, K. D. Jones, P.
U. Johnston, wholesale liquors, Samuel
Y. Goodwin, wholesale liquors; Park's
Billiard Hall, and a dozen smaller build
jnps are tn flames. Bulldlugs are being
torn down to stay tho progress of the
fire. Tbo loss at presuut will exoecd
$100,000. This fire la Immediately oppo
site the site of the last conflagration.
Bon. John H. Obsrly Comfe? Bapidly to
. the tFront.
Bloomington, III., December 80.
The friends of Hon. John II. Oberly, of
this city, who mado a good political rec
ord dating tho campaign as chairman of
the Democratic Central Committee, say
that ho Is out of the Illluols Senatorial
contest. Many of Oberly 's admirers
think that he stands In good clianco, and,
in case of a wrangle, will come to the
front as the strongest man yet men
tioned. An Insane Horse-Dootor's Trespass.
CHICAGO, III., December 80. At half
past eleven o'clock laSt.nlght E. Prentice,
a well-known veterinary BUrgeQRt at"
tempted to force his way luto tho safety,
deposit vaults ot tho First National Bank.
Tho watchman resisted him, and on
Prentice making a motion as if to draw a
pistol, tho watchman shot him. The bal
let struck bis watch and savod his life.
After a desperate struggle Prentice was
overpowered. He fought furiously while
being taken to the station bouse. He is
bclteved to bo Insane.
Fatal Quarrel In a Church.
Hiri.Ev, Miss., December 80. The
brethren were assembled at Brush Creek
Church, In Alcorn County, Sunday, for
tho disposal of ecclesiastical business.
Mr. Matthews and Mr. Crum grew warm
over a disputed point, and soou appealed
from books to blows, which wound up by
Mr. Mutthews drawing his keen blade
across Mr. Crum's bowels, which resulted
In the death of the latter.
DYNAMITE AT HOME.
Irish Mill Operatives Introduce tbo
Use of Dynamite in
To Coerce Their Employers to Discharge
Their SuperintendentHow Do
You Like It Yourself?
Pittsfield, Mass., December 80.
This community was throwu Into groat
excitement yesterday by tbe Intelligence
that a dyuamite plot had been attempted
on George I. Plunkett's woolen mill ofllco
In Hinsdale. Early on Suuday morning
the night watchman of the mill heard a
terrific explosion as ho was going his
rounds, and on investigation ho found
that an attempt bad been madu to blow
up the olllce by dynamite. 'Tho
ofllco where tbe attempt wus
made Is solidly constructed of stouc.
The explosion took placo abont 5 a. m.,
and the terrific crash was heard for miles
around. Tho theory of tho explosion Is
that it was dono to frighten the proprietor
of the mill into discharging tho superin
tendent, who lias for a long tltuo been
unpopular with a part of tho help. About
four years sgo Mr. Plunkett engaged
Oscar Sucudertir.ua as superintendent.
He discharged somo of the Irish help aud
hired Germans in their places. This
INCENSED THH IRISH,
and they have threatened vengeance upon
him. Suenderhauff and his brother were
assaulted with stones by a posso of Irish
about two years ago near the mill, and
when they were about overcome by their
antagonists .Superintendent Suender
hauff was arrested, but was dis
charged, as it appeared that ho had
acted lu self-defense. Last fall ho was
walking ou the railroad on Sunday und
was shot In the head by an un
knowns person concealed In the bushes,
who was never apprehended. Tho wound
was not serious. Professional detectives
have been sent Jor aud tho local oniocrB
are n tho look out. It Is thought that the
Irish fear that Superintendent Suender
I11111H wlil hire Germans to 111! their places
If he Is retained. Other mill proprietors
In tbo county are apprehensive that this
act nniy lead tho operatives, who aro
working on short time for small wage, to
try to commit similar deeds.
A WICKED WENCH.
She Talks Diivel, and la Applauded by
Chicago, III., December 30. There
was a mass-meeting of Socialists at 54
West Lake street yesterday afternoon.
All of tho speakers advocated tho use of
dynamite and tbe employment of force lu
obtaining their rights. Thcso sentiments
called forth enthusiastic cheering. The
principal speaker was Mrs. Parsons. She
said the present economic system
produced two clashes millionaires
and paupers. The paupers were
now starving while there was plen
ty In the land, tbo millionaires kept
It locked up In their warehouses, waiting
until the surplus production was used
and higher prices could bo exacted from
the consumer. This policy was sure to
result la a bloody war, and sho was ready
to lay down ber life whenever sho could
benefit her fellow beings by so doing.
She advocated force, dynamite and the
taking of what was needed by the poor
from thoiouerof tho wealthy. She said
principle did not exist and there, was no
use raising children, aa there was no
hope that their futuro would be brighter
than hor present lot. Poor pnoplo might
Idst as well drop their now born babies
In Uio lako. Sho proposed to ralae her
children u rebels and teach them to aoorm
charity, and to send to parditfcn Uitman
who offered It. Rha etoaw) with a awwr
at the people who seat their dtayc-o3
dads to otothe pool' r&Uft of ta
Thin powdr never varlui. A marvel of pcrfty,
trmiftn and wholusoravueat. More economical
than ordinary kind, and cannot ba aold in com
petition with tbo multitude of low teat, snort
welht, alum O' phoatihate powdra. Sold out
Incana. KOYAL HAKINO POWDKR CO ,
100 Wall Street, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
always on band.
ITearse in readi
ngs when called
1 ,1 Srt-,Vi'iN
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V -7 - T 1 -HTl- ,r,iTffia
No. 12 Gtli St., Cairo, 111
TLOUU, GRAIN AND EAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
HiiifhsiCash PHee Paid for Wheat.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successx r to Cbas. T. Newland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas. Filter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
OA 1 kO,
Drive Well Force and Lift Pamns furnlia id and
put up, Axuut for tho Culubratod
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP
hohnatpumn ever inventod. New Oaa Flxturea
tirnlahed to order. Old fixtures repaired and
txr-jobblng promptly attended to 31V t
Manufacturer and Dealer In
BIRCH BEER, '
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
Milwaukee Deer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larsfsst Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY C LOS fc)
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Ninoteenth street t Onln III
Oomm.irclal A yannt f uoaw, 11'
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IlKNitr X. TAYLOR, Matter.
OKOKOa JOBKa. Clerk.
Laves P4och forOdro (tally (ttuoaya tet . ,'
td) Ml a. m., and Monad CM at 1 p. . law 1 i
f.laara Cairo at 1 Moaad CHr all (;f ..v