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EX CL US IV E! C E R V I C E O F : THE AO 0 d CI AT ED PR EGO. THE CAIRO: OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF OFFICIAL itt ALEXANDER COUNTY or Tnc oiiir or oax:;c' ;. fOLUlBXL.PO. 332 CAIRO, ILL.. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1908 ESTABLISDXD HI 1ZI No 1W1U1U Jl ill REBELS DRAWING KB IfEARER TO PORT AU PRINCE II RESIDENTS OF CITY PANIC STRICKEN FOREIGN FLAGS FLY FROM HOMES OF MANY ALIENS. GOVERNMENT TROOPS PATROLLING STREETS Forces From Warships in Harbor Will Undoubtedly Be Landed Insur gents Occupy Position Near City President Alexis Hopeful. ET FOLL PITCHED BATTLE RUMORS OF ANOTHER ATTACK HAVING BEEN MADE ON GLEASON'S MILL. THREE BAD MEN FINALLY CAUGH ( NO WOUNDED ARE FOUND SAFE-BLOWERS AND POSTOFFICE BURGLARS OPERATED IN MISISSIPPI VALLEY. WAIVED EXAMINATION Pattercon Urges Rigid Investigation When Arraigned in Hot Springs. Ark. Winter Quarters Nearly Com pletedNo More Trouble is !!"' 'i Expected. '4 Union Xj!,enn., Nov. SO. Evi dently aware f5 the additional pre- Will Be Taken to Danville, III., Where They Have Been Indicted. Port Au Prince, Nov. 30. Every hour brings the revolutionary army nearei to Port Au Pince and the feel ing o)' Impending disaster has taken possesion of the people. The ai vanco guard of General Simon's force 1b not more than 25 or 30 miles from this city and up to the present the insurgents have swept all before them. The government losses Friday and the route of the loyal troopK have caused consternation among the offi cials cl the government with possibly the sole exception of President Alex Is. Residents Panic Sticken .The residents of Port Au Prince re panic stricken and a great major ity of the natives have closed and shuttered their stores and business housofi, and have bars across the doors windows of their residences. There is an uneasy feeling among the foreigners, notwithstanding th presence in the harbor of warshops of the United States and France, from which forces unquestionably will be landed if the Insurgents succeed In passim? the gates of the city, or at th first sign of disorder or pillages. i ne nag or aiirerent natlonas an? flying fro mthe homes of many for eign residents, the markets, are de aerted, and the country people upon whom the city depends for sustenance have fled and refuse to return. The situation Is grave and an offi cial proclamation has been Issued convoking the chambers in extraordi nary Kession, so that measures mav be taken to preserve the government or, at least, to effect a compromise with i evolutionary leurders. Troops Patrol Streets. Throughout the day and tonight the streets have been patrolled by troops who maintained order, but this was a simple matter, as many of the streets were deserted, the people hav lug betaken themselves to their bar ricaded linuses. The vanguard of revolutionists oc cupied Grand Goave, a town of 1(5,000 Inhabl'ants, thirty miles west of Port Au Prince, without firing a shot, and it Is expected that thlH force will lie sent rhead to clear he way if any obstruction is offered for the revo lutionary army. In a proclamation is sued tjday General Simon, the leader of the revolutionists, stated that he !eslre; to rescue the country from the tryranlcal rule of Alexis, so that the people will be free to elect a ncv president Mot Springs, 'Ark., Nov. 30. Three alleged safe blowers and post office CASTRO CANHOT TO COME PARI S FRENCH GOVERNMENT WILL NOT LET HIM LAND. AT BORDEAUX IF NOT ILL. WILL GIVE PASSPORTS If He Wants to Be Treated at Berlin Statement That He Was on, : Dipolmatlc Trip Cuts Figure. Paris, Nov. .10. The French go rniient Is giving considerable at ten- eaut,(;ns: which Wbeen taken, by. burglarswhose trail of operations, it LrTZ the garrison, at Fort Rogan and Reel- js declared, extend throughout the ) foot Lake In guarding Gleason's luni-,f whoIcM'ssiBs'npi Valley, were arrest ber mill from any further attack, the. ed here tonight. night riders of1 the lake, district, con-1 .They waived examination before-a tented themselves with remaining ' United States commission and a half quiet last night and today. Even up-hour later were locked up awaiting re to a late hour' tonight there had beon.moval tomorrow to Danville, 111., ono no reriner uemonst ration since tiie or me places wnere tney are pitched battle whieh was fought be- indictment. ! 1- UNUV I r Charles Gellagere, alleged leader uf the band who it Is said travels under the aliases of Charles McMutltn, "Laughing'' Charlie and Charles Mar tin,, was tho first arraigned. . Joe . Mc Carthy, alias "Big Mack." and Wil liam Strong, alias "Yegg" Bi. lie, are ALEXIS IS HOPEFUL. WashlitTton. Nov. SO. Hayti's niin Inter tonight received a dispatch fro? President Noril Alexis Haying that di spite the defeat of the governmen trops lie government ts still verv Mrong. The president cabled that fou dUiKiois of troops are marching gains, the Insurgent and that he is full of hope. DEATH OF MRS. OEHLER After Year of Suffering From Dropt-y She Was Relieved Yesterday Morning Funeral Tomorrow. Mrs. Iuls Ohler, wife of Wm tVhter. dW yesterday morning at 6 o'clock, after an U'ness of t-evcr; I "years with dropsy. She had not Iff' her home for many months and had th I t of care but there seemed to be .no help for her. lHitased wan born in Hadcn. lift nitnr. AT. 13. 1"3. and was married In Wm. t)chW In 173 In St. lioufs from where they came to Cairo. Th husband and four . hlldren nurve Ine jai'er r-pnn iiwid, imam, jr.. Louis and Katie Oehler. funeral services will b held prob ititr a tSt. Joseph's Cabolic chorea of hih deceased n a itwrnhcr. Pb was aso a member of the Catholic Knights of America. steal Independence. All ay be bora free and eq?tl, but man Is as lndrB(tBt as fc!re$ frl Ps'llr-rr Hawkey. tween the soldiers and night rider Friday. Tonight there are eleven sol diers on guard at the mill, and any atclon on the part of the night riders wilt be properly met. Capt. C. B. Rogan, U. S. A., returne.1 from Nashville late last night, and this morning was In conversation with Capt. B. N. Dunavant of Memphis, who was the commanding officer when the night riders attacked the mill guard and force. Capt. Dunavant reported to Capt. Rogan that thus far he had been able to obtain but littlj information which would lead to the identity and arrest of any member. of the attacking party. The invest! gatlon commenced by Capt. Dunavant will be pushed with the utmost rapid ity by Capt Rogan, who left here this afternoon for the camp. By the end of this week the lake garrison will have completed its win ter quarters, which are located about three-quarters of a mile from Sam burg, and then their position will hi almost impregnable,, and at, the samo time advantageously located. It was the furnishing of the lumber used in the construction of these quarters by Mr. Gleanson that caused the trouble which first started In an attmept to set fi-e to the mill after the owner had been warned. Wild Rumors Denied. Wil l rumors of another attack by the night riders last night reached here this morning, but there is no foundation of truth in them. It was also icKrtcd that several of the sol liers had been seriously wounded. but tl is is also denied by Capt. Dun avaut's official report. The firing or' the ft ur or five shots about the bar racks late yesterday afternoon by the ity jiuthorltles at au escaping pris oner ;;ave rise to the report that an attack had been made unon the sol Hers and prisoners here. The offi cers i t charge were kept busy answer ng inpilrios last night and today de nylng these reports. Cap.. Rogan said today to your cor- respor dent before he left for the camn hat Covomor Patterson had instruct- the others eu mm 10 mane every enort, to runt socrei service men sav lown he parties implicated In the Fri- have been searching for thewc ay n ght attack. He said that from the greater part o fthree years. what le had learned of it he felt sure that s me of the uight riders had been ounr eil and he believed that It would not be a diffisult matter to learn their reset t w herealmuts. treated, upon hla arrival at Bordeaux After the ignoipinous fashion in whkh the. French ' minister was ex pelled .from Caracas,' the government feels it would be jrstlfled in. refusing to allow the president of Venezuela o land, but as Castro is . reported to ill humanitarian considerations prevent the government taking such a. course. .. . . ' . , L It is probable . that a port official will be designated to board the iteamer on which Castro Is." a passen ger and. ascertain his intentions. If Castro desires to be treated : at Bor deaux he will be allowed to remain there;, If at Berlin he .will be given OREO TRADE OF OIL TRUST BULK OF ILLUMINATING PRO DUCT HAS BEEN SOLD IN FOREIGN LANDS. ARGHBOLD'S TESTIMONY Brings Out Interesting Figures On This Subject Defense Will Try to Show Standard's 1 Trade Helos In U. S. New York, Nov. 30. The develop ment cf the Standard Oil company in foreign fields, as the. subjact of evi dence -In the government's, suit to dissolve tho oil ecmuination, gave John U. ArchboIiK vice, president of the Standard Oil company, an op portunity as a witness today - to spread upen the records some iutr esting features of buainiess In foreiau co Of tho tctal amount of illuminat ing oil refined by the Standard in !tit;, Arehbold ' stated 63 per cent was sold "abroad. .The export figures of other years further showed that the Standard exported a majority of the bulk of Its Illuminating cil. ' The line of testimony with regard to the immense foreign trade indi cates that one of the defenses of the SOCIETY BOYCOTT Oil MRS. POTTER WOULD FORCE HER OFF STAGE IF SHE ENTERS FIELD OF VAUDEVILLE. IS FRIEND OF ROYALTY Refutes Bribe of $100,000 Declaring She Will Give Up Stage For $250,000 and Not One ' Cent Less. M. STEIIK'S BOOT IXI11ED POLICE SAY THAT ARTIST WAS DRUGGED HIS WIFE MAY1 BE INSANE. New York, Nov. 30. "A hoc let y boycott" is threatened against Mrs James Brown Potter, actress, beauty, FAURE ALSO P0IS0IIE0 French President Died With . Handn In Her Hair Emanuet Arene, Another Friend of Wom an, Died Suddenly. Palis, Nov. 30. The government I has successfully stave. off a parlia- vjroe-ntary inquiry Into the way the po-. Imtante Into the vaudeville Held In "! "T ;uv f 1 " If, as has been -announced, she an- u w.u . in f run raure ami tn cones or friend of , royalty and coming thlj city If, as pears in a vaudeville house here ids some inter January, very powerful Interests will 1 1 , " ' " c ,v" wm..; the Standard's be brought to bear to induce society ! ""1 " ?7 mtt mntrlpB. jto stay away from her iH-rforniancwi'"? vart ? ,0,w'' and to make her engagement, if pos sible, a failure. B1is. U'totter's business representa- Today at a little suburban .ceme tery Stelnheil'a body was eshumrd and taken to the , morgue ' for an .autopsy. The police now profess t"ie thes. who are responsihle for these" "77': I'" dec-arations. sab. today that wl"?. www WMWdjnr possible Influence had been used to make the famous society actress give up the , stage. Even an im menue bribe was offered her, they said $100,00. ' Falling in this, her wealthy and socially high up relatives tried to In duce her to change her name, or at least to use the limine of Cora Urque hnrt Potter, and not use the name of Mrs, James Brown Potter, which another uses now. , . , i Friend to Royalty.' . Mrs. Potter has disregarded all offers and Is determined to make her scheduled appearance in vaudeville. Here are the reasons Mrs. Potter's relatives havo for not wishing her to hav her name blazoned throughout the country; , Hev former husband, Junu'S Brown Potter, after he secured a divorce from her, married Miss May Handv. She, of -course, became Mrs. . Jamua Rrewu Potter. H"t the first wife hail nmilo th name so -we) i a. known flirt ugh her career on the dramatic slag') and through her frlondsh p with the Prince and Princess of Wales, now King of England, that the second wile found herself almost objure. When her name was on a hot"! eglster or appeared as that of a worthy that mt i'U.y was made on th body i f Faure. The corpse, while utbl warm, wan filled wlih if nful embalmins uids and hatf'y c (fined. " Little by little the story of the old crime !w coming out in the Parisian prtuu, and the fact is now published broadcast that death- came to him' at the hands of Marguerite Sleinhel!,- and both press and phyalrtana. are speculating . on the . . kind . of iwIpou "s'''l- ' ... , - , ' Secured Long Immunity. , ,, . In La Llberte. Henry. Dcs CI a u: h uuotes a resident of the Impasso Pen I Who, from his window saw tic body of Felix Faure rarrad from the Stelnhell house by two men. one holding the head and the other the teet and lifted it into a , carriage which had waited for an hour In , fivnt of the illuminated house. Others relate how Faure was not dead .until laid out . rn the tab's to the 'secretary V 'room" fn (he E'Iim."'. ' where a priest gave absolution in tremlsls ami doctors were sum moned to tliaaw up the atnbiglot loath certificate. ; ' : ' "A-'ouH Prove Her Mad. Already the government organs are ; asserting that this woman of blood and intrigue is mad. Her family ato DECEMBER FORECASTS. they men OPPOSED TO C TAIIG SRAO Tl AT WASH GTO II Citiens on Walnut Street Want Grav el Pavement Preoarina to File Protest With Authorities. a iwsHiiort across Fiance, via Lyons, to Swiss frontier. But in uo case will he be permitted to come to Paris. Castro's statement at Basso Terre, which he is rexrted to have made to interviewers yesterday, to the ef fect he was nroeee.lltur to Frunrn tn settle a diplomatic matter, was the fi ... I.. , ... ... m "i iiiiiiiiHiiiin wie rrencii govern ment had that he had any Intention of trying to settle Venezuela's diplo matic differences with this country. REACHED THERE YESTERDAY AND WAS MET BY WU TING FANG AND AMERICAN RECEP TION COMMITTEE. CilUeiis on Walnut street are pre paring to make formal protest to the Board of Ijocal Improvements against paving that street with brick. They want gravel used on that street, claim ing that brick Is too rosily and two noisy for a residence street. How many of them will join in the protefc' can not yet be staled. Petitions arc to be circulated In a dar or two for blgnatures, and they will be present ed to the board before the matter is finally passed uton. As jet the Wnl nut street Improvement is in Its pre liminary stages before the Board, an I the purpose o ft he leaders in the grav el movement Is to head off the brick lK.'fore it has gone two far. j Kas;iington, I. C.. Nov. 30 When he Cilnese uperia! embassy arrived this veiling they were met af th station by Ambassador Wu Ting Fang and clier prominent Chimin. '. lenis, ami an American reception committee beaded by Former Secro tary i t State Foster. The party were rmiducted to ibeii can-iaes and escorted to their qnar ers. Tomorrow It la rxie.t that Siw- clal Ambassador Tan? Shao Yl wi'I call hi Ihe taie department to ar range for a visit to the president Thi. prohaidy will take place the .lay fol lowinr, when It is epected the d1 tingTtkhed visitor will deliver th measage from the Chi nete gorern- ment Arrangements hare D't been rotr- pieiei iot rue entertainment of the unprotected stork and delay of trains rbdtxHS while In Washington. Tana in western n.i. u EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW Falls in Western Nebraska, Paralyzina Railroads and Causing Much Suffermg to Cattle. FIRST NOT OF OR MA ES lLiSnMERICAN A. C. LEADS WITH AGGREGATE SCORE OF 52 POINTS. THREE RECORDS BROKEN One World's Record and Two Indoor Recordr Martm Sheridan Receives Injury That Puts Him Out, Standard Is that the present combl nation makes it i;wible to obtain this foreign trade, which, the. com pany will endeaavor to show, brings the trade balance in favor of the Culled States. TI'N f. re'g u biudnenH, ArrhhoU WTut i ii to : I), whs mi tned in the f:' f ' " coi "potHii.ii (,f f()llr , dred tor. If eo-npaiiles. Arehtaild Krtitl tnat Ihe products of the Stand ard reach every part of the world, and further declared that It was the company's aim to reach direct everv customer In the far cast a was done In tl.is country. Testimony was given by Archlm! that during a wriod of the Standard Oil trui-t the trustees Nured millions of the company 'a mmingH back into the trust for the construction of ?ew r.'fiiii lien and pi.e linr. iist at public or semi Di bllc func lions, every one thought it whj the ' ,no support of this hypo- fir! and famous Mrs. James Brown j ",,'alH llni' relate many early eccen Potter and sought 1ier out. When trlcllles. At 18, it is said she used to they learned of the mistake they ilMat eatrih worms and Khe has always not tarry. . jbeen neurasthenic. Every effort wili Angry at Daughter. be maile to end the scandal by plao- Then there is the case of the first ing her in A mad house. Mis. Potter's daughter, Annie I'rque- Everywhere one touches the story more populnrly kuown there is mystery. Her salon was tho married James A. resort of tlx, wi b.,nn,n ,...u,i..i 110 BODIES FOUND In Mine in Which Explosion OccurreJ ftu-djy Total Dead Will Not t.cecd 1M. Lincoln. Neb.. Nov. So Kight inch ea of snow from McCoott to the Colo rado line, together with a temixrator- tcloe to lero, is causing mfTeriTig to Shao Ti's activities bere, socially, na torallj will Is somwbat retricte.L beraof of the mourning of the Chi- Be cenjr. snow fall and th rol.l wave which followed were unexpected. Extremely cold weather prevails la northwestera Nebraf-ta I'iitslti g, n,,i 3. -f Uf lio !.! i. i. found in the otkin : of the Mar iatHia mine tnre the t.tiific id,v -ion iciirred last Sntitrdai. !t had Nn lirouc;it to he tirfce mlie.i lrkii.-s f. II ti.titcM. The th!p i two indoor records mere brof n at , rf , rr"'!.v brii"d. mancW an I the first riitit of the A. A. I m h . j'"-'ne.l It h h. lie...i that V thr-endotisbip matches here toniEhL1 " a'h I I- Patrkk McDrwald. of the I r r. ! Madison Squai !oi :.d. One i t;rd n. Ne York. ; orld's recc rl ant! hart Potter as "Fiti." She Stillman, son of the head of the Na tional bank and of the great foicke fellt r interests. Young Mrs. Stillman. of course, doee not wish to view from her se cluded position of wealth and ex cluslvcnesH her mother's name in elect l ie lights over a vaudeville tlmater. So she, and tjhrough her tho Stillman Rockefeller Interests has allied herself with the second Mrs. Potter and her father to ore. vent, or at least to boycott the ae- irers vaudeville appearance. Young Mrs. Stillman and her mother have not been on speaking terms for sev eral years. Mrs. Potter soeght a re conciliation, but "Fiti" refused. According to Mrs. Potter's repre sentative. Col. Samuel It. Honey, a law) or. whs sent to Imdon in iimv by Mr. Potter to offer Mrs. Jott-r I lI'M'.ooo if ,f would clve 1111 the nw.kc or wouid assume thu name of Miss Cora I'npiehart. Wanted $250,000. "The name is a trade mark, a a!uhle asset and she Is entitled to it," her solicitor replied.' "She will Elve It up for $2.V. hm; nothing ch-c." This the Potters refused to pay. ARBITRATION TREATY Between United States end Nether. lands Government Adopted By Dutch Parliament. American A. C. et new figure f,.r the three mmg .S pound w fight f'r height, hurling the weight up 15 feet am.'and S inches. S inche ltt--r than M. J. MeGraths figures of Ust rear. Mlvii Khej (.rd. 0!)Tii tc chpntfdon. w beaten Hcbt )ar.N In the l.. 'i yard ran br Harry ;ine. Ik time was 2 2. being the new (CfncIu k-4 op $-rmi rag ) LATER 124 RECOVERED. nituburg. fie. 1 - One hundred and t-f.ty irmr rt the victim rf the mine r at Marianna had been tM-mi ri- l up to I ": o iot k tb' merning. The 1 1 as ie. Nov. .""il-The second chamlwr of the parliament todav ad pli-d t he arbitration treaty be- ln Holland and the I'nited State. In the collide of the debate Foreign Minister Van Scnderin f Ve liishly of Secretary Root. The treaty in t-imiUr t tbnu wl.ii h the fnited Stat.- hax i(ti- li (!e, rect)t!j w ith a wimhr ! i th l for. ten countries. .... .1 . I. - . i n . , . ouu me most inniieniiai men, among others Emanuel Arene, the you 113 and powerful senator from Corsica. La Patrie states that two days after the murders of Slelnhell and Mine. Japy the young senator was removed to an Insane asylum where his death fol lowed quickly. There are many Indications of a farreaching scandal, the center f which will be in the Impasse Ronsln. The keenest Intercut of the police Is to find the many letters written by Kanre to Margaret Steinheil during the two years of their acquaintance. , One package was found couslstin of love letters and personal notes, but oilier Utters in which the president related the events of the period lead ing up to the I)refim revision are ex tiemely confidential and dangerou.i and have not yet been found, die ghactly detail of the death of Felix Faure may be added to the re volting tale. In his convulsive deal a agonies the dying man knotted his ringer in the woman's thick blonds hair, and as the plotters dared not cut the hair, they had to pry the fingers loose one by one. This took half an hour, during which time the wwnai ' screaming jind went into hyster ics, which ended in a faint. JAP PRESS RFJOICES Over Agree men Between Japan and United States Had Said Noth ing Till Yesterday. Death ef An Infant. The 'i!ait dandier of Mr. an I M'l- Pierr4 of !3 Thirtvfoni-th ' " 'ir. f.r.r.1 imiT 1111 n 1: inneik. me Httie one; !' -ii;hten moatha old. lutermeot ' ii; h niade at Anna tolv. bat inx ""re by Ulinois rewtral at 11:15 a m O'd and Trva Styef Im'tatkia i tht incrf... t tn Cc: c a Tokio. Ih-c. 1 The leading Tok ne t an I t"ie Jaiinee pr, sf i gei.cral bad not commented uiiot the exchange of note between Tokio an I ahittcn ith reference tt ine nnri(nj4('iii,i aereeni"ri 1 ntii thin morning h-rt there n J onrriin(.'!i rr)ilng. Th forei s 'ofTjre rini'niK to Itue official d" titt. b-t h is understood that the aoicrnmeiil in raly a aiting tb from WaohingU that the ac tual -tharse hma cicrred. wfie; th- f i t br ma.- ub'c. Prwder. pT'irtv h th tnriai cewtney 'A Hi'. ft k Ne. FLEET LEAVES MANILA. Manila. Ier. 1 The Aliantu nt Mibd lor CoVwib at f o'clock tN 9eBfB tTarn-i) 1