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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 182.
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We areamhorlaed to announce that Mr. P. A
Taylor l an Independent candidate lor re-election
to the office of County superintendent of pnhllc In
Mructioii, subject to the d -cmlon of the votera of
We are aiitlinriaed to announce that Mra L. C
GMHi, of Thebe. I a candidate for Ihu otllce of
County Miipcriutendenl of School) at the ensuing
We are ant horlaed to announce that Mr. SA M IT
KL J. Ill' MM will be an Independent candidate
for the office of County Cleik at the coming Novem
' oountv coMMiaaioNKii.
We are authorized to state that Mr. J. D. MUX
CAHKY, of Commercial Point, will he a candi
date lor County Coinmli)ioner at tho coming No
vemhereleciion. Al'I'KI.I.ATE Ol.KRK.
We rj authorized to announce, that H. A. I).
.V1LBANKS, of Jxtfurton county, U a candidate
for Clem ofthu Appellate Court In tho fourth
Division of Illinois, atthject to tho decision of a
convention of the Democratic party
We are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN
IlOIHlKSas a candidate for Mieritl' of Alexander
COUNT V JUI10K.
Ed. Itullctin: l'leaae announce my name a tho
candidate of tho people lor thu otllce of County
In dee at. the November election. JUS ITS U.
We are authorltci"! to announce the name of
WALT Kit WAK,)Ellaacandlda:e fortuo olHcu
of Couuty J tidge of Alexvnler County.
We are authorized to announce .Instiro JOHN
II. KoHIXSeM at an independent candidate for
County .1 iiiije at III e coming Novetnuei- election.
CO I! MTV TaRAHUREB.
We are authorized to announce Mr. MILES VV,
PAHKfcK a an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Al.-xa.tder county at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noltre in tut column, oignt ceuta per lino for
(Irst and ttvo cents per line each subsequent iner
'loll, for one week. SOconta per line. For oue
n onth, mi cents per lino.
A Fine Barber Shop.''
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and ns line au equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are masters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
Uis establishment is larye enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; aud h s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give him a trial.
Wanted filty teaas with scrapers to
work on New Leveo street. Work will
commence Thursday tho 28th inst. Apply
to Kobt, li iir J, superintendent of streets,
or to mvsell'. N. li. Tiiistlewood,
. Cairo', III., Sept. 20. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Dclkun's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at lk'tinie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Rknnie.
in maiket at DtdSauu's 6G Ohio levee.
Messrs. South ti JJriukmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near fth
street, are receiving a full lino of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest patents
torsuiting and are ready to receive orders
ami maufacture suits of the best qual
ity chilli and guaranteed lit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can bo hold.U-o-lm
Flour ii clietiperand my loaves nro made
. largo that my customers in ty get tho ben
efit. These largo loaves sell at the bakery
JJfor li) cents. I do not pod'llo bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who kuow, to be tins beat
in the city. lLitnember it is big loaves and
Bold only at the bako shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
0-2-lni. Frank Khatky.
5()c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DcUaun's.
Out of thu fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house aud ollico is at present it the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
tween rjlh and llth streets. Orders will be
tilled same as u.iual, both wholesale ami
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day,
at DelJaunV, 00 Ohio levee.
ltoe.uipt books, Cairo ilute line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, lnamifac
liired and for sitlu at tho Cairo Bulletin
Summer Excursion Tickets.
Thu Illinois Central railroad linn now on
talu excursion tickets in all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconnin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Fulls. Hates low.
Cull or address J , II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, (Ji.'iteral Passenger Agent.
go toDeliaun'a, 50 Ohio levee.
Pproat's Retail Ice Box.
CoUHumeis of ice ate notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ieo
box on Eighth street in Cundiffs store where
ice in auv quautity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
tholr tickets will he punched at this stand
ut thu iauie as by drivers of wagons, tf.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tbeie coinmni, ton conu tier line,
Itch limnrtlnn and whether marked or not, If calcu
lHtud to toward miy mau'i bustueas Interest are
Gen. Hancock is in St. Louis.
General C. W. Tavy is in tho city since
Tho river stands at nine feet five in
ches at this point and is still falling.
Mr B. F. Parker and family left Mon
day for Chicago where they will reside
Toward tho close of this month Miss
Emma James is to give a musical enter
tainment in the form of an organ recital.
Twentv-ono persons lost their lives by
tho burning of tho steamer, Hubert E. Lee
near Vicksburg, Saturday morning.
Tho federal supremo court decides that
a railroad company must honor its tickets
no matter by whom they aro sold.
The fever has run its courso at Browns
ville and Matamoras, but at Pensacola it
Contracts for leveo work on tho lower
Mississippi havu been awarded amounting
Mr. Folger has written a letter accept
ing tho Republican nomination for govern
or of New York.
A number of young peoploof tho vari
ous religious denominations, gathered last
night at tho parsonago ot tho Methodist
church in prayer meeting.
Tho little tug A. B. SalTord, does no
longer perambulate daily between hero and
Mound City, as of old. Low watty inter
feres, no doubt. Sho is laid up here.
Yesterday, ground was broken for the
foundation of the ice factory building of
Messrs. Charles Galligher & Co. in the
lower portion ot the city.
Preparations aro being made by tin
Cairo street railway company for running
the third car regularly, and for establishing
a time table.
The littlo framo structure back of Mr.
Korsemeyer's tobaccostoreisnearly finished
and will bo occupied as a shoe shop by
Bain was reported from Bismarck and
Yankotown yesterday. Tho thermoneter
stood between 64 and 85 in tho northwest.
At this point it was reported as making 81.
Herbert Spencer speaks of O. Wildo
as "an outlandish person who attempted to
reconcile idiocy with art and namhypam
bvism with sentiment."
Miss Lillio Phillips Went to St.
Louis on tho narrow gauge yesterday,whero
sho is to take a position as a saleslady In
Tho Katie Putnam company which
was to havo been hero Saturday night,
played for tho people of Pnducah nearly
every night last week. Paducah is evidently
a good town for theatrical companies.
Henry Sweeny, tor indecent conduct,
was fined ten dollars and costs by Magis
trate Comings yesterday. W. A. Barry ami
Thomas Finn were drunk and were each
fined one dollar and cost.
The polieo-headquarters wero removed
yesterday from Sixth street, where it has
been lor over a year, to Eighth street in tho
Vincent block, next to Magistrate Cuming's
Judgo J. II. Mulkey, of tho state su
premo court, is in the city since Saturday.
Ho has just concluded a month's stealy
attendance upon tho court which has now
Captain T. W. Shields has gone to St.
Louis to see alter the steamer, Annie 1.
Siiver, which struck a snag below St.
Louis on her way down, aud got a bad
leak and had to lay up.
Since Sunday a change has taken
effect in the timo table of tho Wabash rail road.
The accommodation, which formerly
departed at 4:20 p. in., now departs at !I;!I0,
and arrives at 11 :10 a. m. Tho passenger
train arrives at OtfO p. in. and departs at
ft a. in.
The case of J. 1). Z.mono i. tho city
of Mound City, was decided in favor of the
former in the appellate court recently. Mr.
Zancno bird sued the city authorities lor
refusing to grant him o licenso to sell
Carbondale Criterion: "The Hon. A.
O. Leonard, (col.) opened tho Republican
campaign in this city last Monday evening.
Mr. Leonard failed to mention Capt. Thom
as name, and advised his colored hrethern
to vote as they pleased. This is another
Tho garbage gatherer did not comply
with tho notice given in Tiik Bi'LLiniN IiibI
week, to mako only two rounds of the city
each week, lie continued to make his
daily rounds. But this week, and every
week during this month, ho will only make
but two trips, Wednesday and Satun'ays.
A miiHio box will be rallied off at
Bower Bro's. European Restaurant Satur
day night. It is the fincBt music box in
the city and only 1.00 perchance; there
being 100 chances in all. Those wishing a
first class musical instrument of the kind,
should not fail to avail themselves of this
Thu stockholders of tho Cairo street
railway company met at thu ofilco of the
company on Twenty-eighth street Monday
aud, among other proceedings, elected tho
following board ot directors: C, V. NelT,
A. Lewis, J. A. Goldstine, II. C. Seltulz and
rrof. Edward Mason will return to
morrow and re open his dancing school on
Saturday. He will procure or has procur
ed the hall of the Hibernian flro company.
He comes armed with all the new dances
of Long Hranch, Paris and other places of
Mr. W. H. Halliday is having a well
sunk in the rear of his corn meal mill on
Ohio levee below Sixth street, for tho pur
pose of supplying his machinery with wa
ter from the river, with which tho well is
to ho connected by means of a horizontal
The young buy, Stanislaus McQitasky,
a Pole, who had his foot multillated on the
Texas narrow- iruago road, at Bird's Point,
about a month ago, and whose foot had to
1)0 amputated, is still at St. Mary's infirma
ry and is now a raving maniac. Tho otli
curs of the railroad company upon whose
track the boy was injured, who brought
him here, have abandoned him, and ho is
now a burden upon tho city.
Up to yesterday Judgo Maker had not
rendered a decision in tho induction case of
the Wabash railroad company vs. tho city
council of the City ot Cairo. Many import
ant legal questions are involved in the case
ami the judge is doubtless giving all a care
ful consideration. Tho decision, whatever
it may be, may bo relied upon as being in
strict accordance with law and tho fuels,
and will probably bo an interesting docu
ment. The people in tho upper portion of the
county seem to be determined to increase
the number of the inmates of the Anna in
sane asylum. Dr. Milan having been ac
quitted, another victim is trotted out. This
time a man named Win. Skiles, who lives
near Elco. He was brought down by depu
ty sheriff, Guy Morse yesterday, upon the
complaint of neighbors, aud will be tried
in tho county court to-day.
Joucsboro Gazette: "Tho Democratic
party is of full temperance men, but these
men are men of good judgment and very eas
ily recognize the defforenco between voting
against license and voting for a candidate
notrinated by Republican influences, for
the purpose of disorganizing tho Democrat
ic party. Republican politicions may at
tempt to play upon what they conceive to
bd prejudices of these men, but they can
not do it."
Mr. Jacob Kline, of tho brick yard, in
view of his experience laBt year when his
stock of brick did not near meet tho fall de
mand, manufactured an unusual quantity of
them for this fall and expected to have
many more than wero necossary to meet all
possible demand here this fall, But ho has
found that his calculations were again at
fault. Although his supply has not yet
been entirely exhausted, it is evident that
ho will have to exert himself considerably to
keep up with the demand.
There has been an unusual number of
tow boat men in tho city during thy last
few days, and the result has been that our
police office's and courts have experienced
a boom. Monday a quartette of those
roii;h follows got into a row ab ivo Eighth
on Ohio leveo and made blood and clothes
fly for a little while. Tliey wero arrested
and two of I hem wero lined by Magistrate
('iimings. Yesterday Heveral of tho same
class of im ii wero arrested and fined for
drunkenness and general devilishness.
A large marble and granite cutting
establishment of Muscatine, la., has just
been awarded tho contract lor erecting a
monument over tho gravo of Jesse James.
The monument will be of red beach granite
ami stand twelve or lourteen feet high,
bearing the plain and simple inscription,
"My husband, our falher, Jesse James.
Died April the 3, 1888; ago III years, 0
month, 8 days." Tho contract was signed
!y Mrs. Jesse W. James, aud tho stono was
selected by her.
The ministers of Central Illinois con
ference at Lexington adopted a Beries of re
solutions indorsing tho action of tho states
of Kansas and Iowa in adopting prohibitory
constitutional amendments; announced
themselves in favor of prohibiting tho man
ufacture and sale of intoxicating beverages
and declared in favor of national and state
'inhibition; resolved to vote for no man
who was not pronounced prohibitionist.
They condemned in unqualified terms Lo
gan's education bill and signified their de
precation of tho recent Democratic and Re
publican state conventions. This confer
cure consists of 20 ministers.
Mr. Walter H. Kdsoti died Monday af
ternoon, at his residence at Kirk wood near
St. Louis, lie had been sick for sev
eral months, alllicted with an ailment of
the stomach. For a week or ho ho was se
riously sick and hope of his recovery had
been banished. Ho was once a prominent
citizen of this and Pulaski ooiinties,.ind had,
ut the tinii) of his death, largo real estate
and business interests in Pulaski county,
at Villa Uidge, where his brother, V B.
lidsoii now resides. His remains will bo
brought down to Villa Ridge this after
noon for interment. The Cairo friends of
the family who wish to attend thu hint
rites may go upon tho special train re
ferred to elsewhere.
Many persons are puzzled to under
stand what tho terms fniirpouiiy, sixpenny,
tetipeiiuy moan, as applied to nails. Four
penny means four pounds to the thousand
nails, sixpenny six pounds to thu thousand
ualls, and so on. It Is an old English term,
meaning at first tenpound nails (tho thou
sand being understood); but tho old Eng
lishman clipped it to tenpeuny, and from
that it degenerated until penny was substi
tuted for pounds. So when you ask for
four-penny nowadays you want those which
weigh four pounds. When a thousand
nails weigh less than a pound they nro
tacks, etc., and reckoned by ounces.
Tho Southern Illinois M. E. conference
which closed its session at Mt. Vernon last
Monday made the following appointments
for this end of tho district: J. L. Wallar, P.
E; Belle City and Middletou, A. L. Downey ;
Burusides, W. It. Ilammons; Carmi, V. C.
Evers; Elizabethtown, C. B. Darabee; En
field, S.Green; Equality and Shaneetown,
J. E. Uippetoe; Golconda, to bo supplied;
Grayville, L. W. Thrall; Harrisburg, N.
Crow; Hawthorn, J. W. Field; McLeans
born, J. T. Pender; McLeansboro Ct,, Win.
T.Morris; Metropolis, C. P. Wilson; Me
tropolis Ct., J. W. Morris; Mt. Carmel, B.
M. Carter; Omaha and Norns city, L. P.
Crow; Opdyke, J. W. Franklin; Vienna,
IT. P. Ilammons.
Tho Ohio elections tako place on to
day. The Democrats claim a majority of
20,000 to 30,000. Tho Republicans think
their majority will bo from 10,006 to 15,
000. Tho principle right is for congress
men, tho Republicans at present having
fifteen and tho Democrats five. If Keifer is
defeated wo shall bo satisfied. Captain
Shields who, during his visit to New York,
camo in contact with many well-informed
men, was assured that New York statu
would roll up its usual sweeping Demo
cratic m ijority; and a letter received re
cently from Mr. E. II. Thieleck who is edi
tor of a weekly paper near llarrisburgh,
Penn., savs that the "good old Republican
party," of that state "is rapidly going to
the ." These three states, New York,
Ohio and Pennsylvania are pivotal states,
ami will indicate the probable result of the
next presidential campaign.
Messrs. Stout and Welsh who have the
contract for tho brick work on tho new de
pot of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad Com
pany, put on an increased torce of men yes
terday with a view to pushing tho work to
a speedy completion. Although tho work
has been in progress but about eight days,
the extetsivo foundations are completed.
Contrary to tho orginal understanding the
walls of tho entire building arc to bo of
brick, and upwards of four hundred thou
sand brick are to be used in their construc
tion. The entire building is to be exactly
231 feet and C inches long. Tho north
wing will be one hundred feet six inches
long ami thirty-five feet wide; tho south
wing will bo of tho same length and forty
five feet wide, and each to bn one-story
high. The center building will bo thirty
five feet front, and two stories high. The
building will bo finished before cold
weather sets in.
Speaking of contributors to tho newspa
pers, a writers says: There is the minister,
who sends in a mere skeleton of a sermon,
a page of which looks like the top of a tea
box covered with Chinese hieroglyphics, all
disconnected, with Scripture proper names
written in dots and dashes, and tho whole
alfuir a complete engima. However, he
knows it will be all right, and that tho prin
ters and proof-readers will unravel it, no
matter if they are tit subjects for tho mad
house beforo they get through with it.
Then there is the local reporter. Well, ho
is a good fellow and means well; ho has
troubles of his own; but if he spells a man's
name four different ways in an item three
inches long, ho knows tho proof reader will
drop everything, rush around, find a direc
tory or something else and tlx it all right
before it goes into the paper. Also conies
the statistical fiend, with his figures all pre
senting the same appearance, but not hav
ing time to cast up his columns for totals,
knowing tho proot reader is bound to tlx
them up. There are also country corres
pondents, tho young poet, the scientist, and
linguistical Smart Aleck, who can't write
livi lines without scattering in bits of
French, Latin and Spanish, to show that
he has been there; it matters not whether
he gels his foreign words right or not, the
proofreader must scratch around and get
everything right somehow, or tho next day
ho will heur from tho powers in the pane
tutn. In fact, to bo a success, tho proof
reader should bo an animate cyclopiclia,
with tlio patience of Job and the endurance
of adamant but ho is not, henco his trou
bles. Eight coiincilmim, the city clerk, mid thu
mayor wero in thocouur.il chamber last night.
With tho cxixplionof one ortwomatters, tho
business transacted was of no special inter
est. The salaries of rlty olllccrs wero al
lowed, as wero also sundry bills, and the
payroll for labor on thu streets and the
city's levee. Pwo resolutions wero offered
by Alderman Wood ami unanimously
passu,!. One instructing thu city comptroll
er to take thu necessary steps to have such
hose, now in possession of tho flro depart
ment, which did not stand the test it was
guaranteed to stand by those who sold it to
the city., immediately returned to such par
ties and exchanged for huso which will
stand tho teatorigiimly agreed upon, and if
tho sellers of said hose reluso to make ucli
exchange, tho corporation counsel is reques
ted to take legal steps to have tho cost of
said worthless hoso refuudod to tho city.
Tho other recommending thu filling, with
rock, of the holes around tho pump in front
of Messrs. Smith Bros, storo. Upon motion
of Alderman Blake tho vote by which the
recommendation of tho street committee,
that three hundred yards of puddling be
done at tho outer base of the city's levee,
had been lost at the previous meeting was
reconsidered, and after further discussion,
was concurred in und tho work ordered im
mediately proceeded with. A strong point
made in favor ot the work by Aldetm.au
Halliday, was that, even if the work
did not accomplish all that was
expected a3 a preventive of sipagc, it
would lend such additional strength to tho
new levee, in giving it a firmer bottom, as
would bo worth all that tho puddling
would cost. Mr. Halliday also made an
earnest appeal for a concentration of tho
efforts and means of the city authorities
upon tho improvement of tho levee, to the
neglect if necessary of other, internal, im
provements. Ho regarded tho improve
ment of the city's levee as of much greater
importance than the reconstruction of side
walks, sewers, etc., and he thought that
the pot-pie of the city generally were with
A special car will leave the foot of 8th
street at 2 p. in. to-day for the accomoda
tion of the friends of tho late W. S. Edson.
Mrs. Geo. Steadtler, Tuesday morning at
0 o'clock, of malarial fever. A special
train will leave tho foot of 8th street at 2 p.
m. this evening for Beach Grove Cemetery.
Friends and acquaintances of tho family
are respectfully invited to attend.
Why is it that you can always find the
cheapest and freshest oysters at Uncle
Joe's cor. Cth aud Commercial av. Bo
cause, 1st. lie gets them direct from
Baltimore, uses none but tho choicest
brands, sells cheap and consequently
enough to always have tkcm fresh. His
motto is: Small profit and quick sales.
25 els. per dozen. Try him. 2t
The Prohibitionists of this state have
up to this date made the following con
Dr. Richard Haney in eleventh district.
Rev. Thomas Dynes in Eighteenth district.
Hon. John F. McCartney in twentieth dis
trict. Prohibition congressional conventions
have been called to meet in tho first,
second, third and fourth congressional dis
tricts. A CAIRO RAILROAD.
THE WOHK OF SURVEYING" THE LINE TO BE
UlN NEXT WEEK,
l'aducah News of Saturday.
Mr J. E. McElfatrick, civil engineer of
the C. O. & S. W. road, is again in the city
and will next week begin the survey of the
proposed exteution from this city to Cairo.
Mr. McElfatrick is now only awaiting the
coming of his assistants to begin work. Mr.
McElfatrick last evening took a drive over
the first few miles of the proposed exten
sion, which will tako a direction from the
city out along the Cairo road. It is under
stood that two surveys of tho road will be
made and the best one accepted. No infor
mation is to bo had as to when it is contem
plated to In-gin work upon the road, but it
is clear from the evident hurry in the mat
ter butjlittlo itjany ti no is to be lost. The
News is led to the opinion that in less than
twelve months the road will be in running
order. Mark the prediction.
FRAUDS OF THE BOSSES.
It is unfortunate, but true, that men,
otherwiso honest, act dishonorable in poli
tics. It you keep men of any political
party in office a long time, they seem to re
gard any sort of rascality fair in politics.
In this congressional district It is charged
by a very respectable wing of the Re
publican party that both fraud and bribing
were resorted to in order to secure tho
nomination of Captain Thomas; that ho is
merely tho candidate of tho party "bosses"
and tho office holders, and that thu Re
publicans aro not bound by tho ordinary
parties to vote for a man nominated by a
combination of fraud and corruption.
Many independei.t Republicans take this
view ol Ilia nomination and will nof vote for
A somewhat similar state of aflaira seems
to exist in New York. Public men of high
position there charge that tho nomination
of Folger for (lovernor by the recent Re
publican convention at Soratoga was
brought about, against the wishes of a ma
jority of tho party, by fraud and forgery.
WepubliHh below an interview which Gen.
Woodford, formerly a Republican und lieu
tenant governor of New York:
IIKN. WOODKOUD INTKIIVIICWED.
Gen. Woodford, United States district at
torney fortius section, has been interview
ed by the Brooklyn E tgle on the political
situation. Oeu. Woodford said: "It is
time to speak, as t.iere are issues at stake
In New York at this moment far-reaching
in their consequences. It is impossible to
reach any other conclusion but that fraud
entered into tho nomination made for gov
ernor by tho Republican party at Saratoga.
It was unfairly effected. It is in vain for
any Republican to preteml-to bo blind to
the facts. I cannot conceive I can servo
my party or my country by shutting my
eyes to thorn. Fraud and forgery wero ro
soi tud to in order to lnfluonco tho action of
tho state committee and tho judgment of
thi state convention. This wrong doing
vitiates all tho convention did. Fraud is
fraud whether committed in South Caro
lina or New York. Voting falsely in the
name of others is as much a fraud in Sara
toga as it is in Charleston. Honest men
cannot submit to it or tolorato it anywhero.
If it triumphs in New York this year, can
wo secure any guarantee against it in shap
ing the action of tho Republican national
convention? Right and party safety are on
tho same side. The bcBt placo to contend
against wrong is on the very first spot it
makes any appearance."
Iiftinswer to tho query, "What is tho
way out of tho difficulty?" Gen. Woodford
answered : '"Tho short, direct, and honora
ble way out of it is for Judge Folger to re
fuse to accept the nomination under tho cir
cumstances. Ho served in the Senate when
I had tho honor of presiding over that
body. I have an affection and a personal
regard for him. I admire him for his abil
ity and for his purity ot character. I
honor him as a jurist, but tho Republican
party will not endorse the methods through
which Folger was nominated. Ho can not
afford to d bo by accepting tho nomina
tion. I hope and trust he will not and in
saying this I cheerfully accept whatever
disadvantages the utterance involves be
ing sure of this at all events: that I am
truo to my conscience, my party, and my
And here is what the "young republi
cans" havo to say on the same subject:
The young Republicans of Brook lyn.who
may be said to have forced Mayor Low
upon the party a year ago, and to have se
cured his election, met to-night in the lar
gest hall in Brooklyn other than the Acad
emy of Music. The hall was crowded.
Resolutions were offered to tho e ffect that
the will of the mass of the Republican vo
ters was suppressed by an open and scan
dalous abuse of official power; that the
party machinery, through the immense in
fluence and patronage of the federal ad
ministration was captured and manipula
ted in the interest of the official candidate
of that administration ; that the methods
practiced for securing tiio nominations for
governor aud lieutenant-governor be con
demned, and that such nominations impose
no p irty obligations on the Republicans to
support them, the nominations not being
entitled to respect.
t-Nuild-K In t li i column three llm-a or kw accnta
one Insertion or $10) jh r week.
WANTED Anajjcntln tbl vicinity, to cc-U
Watrhe on intiHllmt-nt plan, l.llit-ral term
to the rliiht party. Addrt-ta feori-tary Merrlmac
S atch Company, Haverhill, Man. M-e-o-d.
AVASTED: A boue containing .even or e IItt
M room and mwaary out daor convenience.
Apply at the llox Kactorv. fit.
4 NO. ON K FKKHYHOAT KOIt MALE 112
f' ut lon'. as feet beam; will carry cliteen two
hore wagon. Price four thousand dollar For
Information add'ia W. A. t'ADE,
9 I ill m Lcavmiwurth Kau?.
LVmsiAI-R.-Hlank. Cliattnl Mordant-, Special
Warranty and Warranty Deoil. at ttiu liulletin
lob t fflct- 7S ( Hi io Levee
T PRINTING OFTIOES-Wc have a larijo
Mock of Hx-, No. 1 "M" u thai we will acil l
printer only, in ,ts of not les tlein two r-am. at
f i ) per wain cash. Addn- E A. Harnett. Hul
AX fiir 10 hore power nnrijht cnelm-. In good
condition, and 2 foot horizontal 1 flue boilers,
with hlflhn valve, pipe, new In st.-r, ijrive well
water lank, etc., new iaoke el.'nlc all complete,
pr-ce "HID. Addro H. A Huniett, Culro, III. If.
VirANTKn. -Three ladle and two gentlemen of
M plealni; addres to Irave' in 'iliflit. honorable
and proiltahlu hnciti" rietid home adilre
(ctrrct and it ti tn hen to TAYKolt A CO., tin (irl
wold Mreet, Detroit, Mich., whose representative
will call and explain hualucea. Itefureuu-s re
quired, .3.00 T0 ft st- LOUIS
I AM) IIETI IIN
Illinois Central II. .11.
U TRAINS A DAY 3.
Only l no ovcrlho old roliiililu Illlnol. Central.
Now Ih your tffiiu to o tliu (Ireat St. l.utlls
Fair ami V.. Mini I'MjihotM. St. LoiiIh will hu ono
lihi.e of ua mi .1 ulocflc llKlitH t tie whole week.
Ticket uooj to return until Oct. Iiih IiicIukIvo.
A. II. HANSON, I'hh. Aft.
.1.11. JUNKS, Tkket Audit.
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Lato Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
CM Horn .11 Wlnoe, Clirnr. of ovurv cholco lirntitl
ttmt Liquor of all kIikU always ou Lund, Outturn
Manufacturer and Dealer In
(Ml Street, between L'ora'l Ave. nml Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OV AMUN1TION.
gafei Repaired, All Kludt ol Keys Mado.