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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER U. 12.
THE DAILY BULLETIN:
officii) NO. 7U OHIO UVKB.
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OND CLASH HATES.
OFWIAL PAPBHOF C1TV AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice" In tht column, olirnt cunl por line fur
lrntanil flvs cent per line each ulii-queiil liiBur
tlon. K ir ono wix-k. iX cuiitn pur lino, for out)
nionth, decent per lino.
50e. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
FinoHt lot of window
city at Jeff. Clark's.
curtains in tliu
Use Tub Caijio Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made, of calendered juto
Dwmilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 2 and
3. live and ton cento each by the single one,
by the dozen. (Special discount on gnms
lots to the trade.
To all who are Buffering from the "errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, Iohs of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipo that will cure you, kkke
of ciiAUoK. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Kev.
Josei'u T. Isman, Station !., New York
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAUF.r'ULLY READ THAT COHHKCT
CONCLUSIONS MA V UK AHUIVEI) AT.
l'AUL a. seuuii,
Dkvr Sir: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should bo re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot thio city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy docs
not include a knowledge of tbo science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicinns of their legetimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governiug the practice of
Another grievance to which wo respectj
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often Hiifteriiiir
lrom the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that tho original owner
of the prescription loses li i h ownership in
the same, as soon as it is once filled and
placed on tile, and that ho has no right to
demand that it be taken from the hie and
bo refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore aBk
you to discontinue the practice.
Aftw due deliberation, we the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring tbo services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authoilty of the physician. Rcspectlullv,
W. U.Sm.tii, Prest". J. C.Sullivan, V. l'
0. G. Pakkkii, Skc'y. J. J. (Iokdon. J. H.
BllYANT. C.W. Dl'VMKO. I). II. pAKRKK.
J. S. Pktiuk.
To Hi" Public :
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can rea lily read between the lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med -ical
Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
1, for my urt, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
1!) years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
future, as I have in Urn past, to mind my
own biuinem and attend to the wants of
my p itroiis to the bent of my ability. I
am neither iikwuno nor ul'Yino any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors mo with
their calls. Respectfully,
1'all 0. Sen I'll.
in market at DcHuun's 60 Ohio levce.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as tine an equipped
barber shop as can bo fouud in any city
His employes are misters in the trade
whoso razors are always smooth and keen
His establishment is birtru enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tiro
some waiting; and h s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and Ins work
Give him a trial.
goto Doliaun'g, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of bhekmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty
Work done promptly.
at DolUuu's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE! ICE 1 1
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and ollice is at prcctit 1 1 the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, No
tween 6th and 0th streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
I. 0. 0. F.
The members of Alexander Lodge, No.
821, 1. O. 0. F. are requested to moot at
their hall at 1 p.m. buahp, today, 11th
of Novkmiikh, 1882, to pay the last
tribute ot respect to our late Brother, Win.
Alta- Ry order of tho Lodge
II. C. Loplin, Bee.
Knights of the Golden Rule.
Members of ihe abovo named order are
requested to meet at their hall at 12:30
sharp to-day, (Saturday,) to attend the
funeral of our lato comrade, Win. Alba.
Ry order of tho commandery.
T. M.Lovett, Sec.
Notice, Frascr Estate.
Notifio is hereby given that my daughter,
N. L. Fraser, is aloiio authorized to collect
any and all acc.mnts due tho abovo estate,
ijt Mhs. E. L. Fkasku,
Go to Jell". Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
Receipt books, Cairo date lino, perfora
ted stub, suited to Biiy business, manufac
tured and for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Del) uiu's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Renaie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No.D.'l Ohio Levee.
II John T. Runnih.
shades and fixtures at
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS'.
Notice In thoHo commit, ton cunt wr line,
mcii m-tt'rtlon niul whether innrk uil or not, if rain
1' ted to four aril any m in' biiHtiw lntoret nro
always paid for.
Council proceedings appear elsewhere
in this it-sue.
Miss Ada. V. Scarritt is on her way to
Chicago, for a stay of a week or longer.
Don't fail to attend the open air con
certs given each evering by the Wizzard
School children will find Tim Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Simp's candy sbro. tf
The second stories of Mr. Neff'd Com
mercial avenue store houses are well under
For Fjather Darters, any inscription,
go to Paul G. -hull's. Large lot just re
ceived will be sold cheap. 8t
Writing fluids, fiue inks best in the
market, by small b.ittle, pint, pint and
quart at P. G. Schuh's. ot
When every thing else has bceu tried
and without satisfactory results in your
case use Wiz.ard Oil. Ut
The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery ; also New Your cards,
worth $7.00 to $15.00 tho dozen cards
may be seen at Tnu Bulletin job oflice.itt
Members of the order of Knights of tho
Golden Rule, are to meet at their hall at
2 :;!() to day, to attend the funeral of Mr.
Wm. Alba. See notice in special locals.
Dunocrats generally conceded Captain
Thomas' election by about 800 majority
yesterday, although Btveral counties had
not yet been officially hcaid from.
A meeting of tho members of Alexac-
ior Lodge, No. 221, 1. O. O. F. is called
for 1. o'clock, p. m. to-day, as may be seen
trom a notice in special locals.
An hour passed in listening to the
Wizzard Oil combinations will have been
pleasantly and profitably spent every even-
iug ut seven o'clock. !3t
such condition that during wet or muddy
times tho middle of tho street is preferable
for walking. ' Subscription is tbo only
hope. Profanity does no good.
Rector F. P. Davenport left yesterday
for a journey through his urch deanery with
Bishop Seymour. Rev. B. S. Lassitor, of
Mt. Vernon, will occupy tho pulpit of tho
Church of the Redeemer to-morrow.
An accident occured to tbo incoming
Illinois Central train yesterday evening, not
far above Pulaski county; but no purlieu-,
lars could bo obtained, except that one
coach was derailed.
Open air concerts by Wizzurd Oil
combinations bring out your families and
pass a pleasant hour.
The citizens living on tho South side of
10th street west of Walnut contemplate
raising by subscription, money enough to
complete tho sidewalk by the Dr. Monro
nronertv. This walk has been in a half
fluibhod stato for nearly two years and iu
Mr. L. A. Phelps' photographs of tho
machinery turned out of Mr. J. B. Reed's
ma hino shops recently, are very nccurato
and perfect. Every small piuco in the ma
chine can bu rea lily distinguished in tho
Members of tho Rough and Ready fire
company, in full uniform, aro requested to
met at 12 :!10 o'clock sharp to-day, at their
hall, for the purposeof attending tho funer
al of thoir lato brother, Wm. Alba. By
order of tho committee. It
Laughter us well as Wizzard Oil cures
dyspeptics. Take a doso of both any
evening this week at the open air enter
tainments of the Wi..ard Oil combinations
Mr, John G. Couran, of Cape Girar
deau, Mo., writes to the officers hero to ar
rest a man, who on Thursday stolo a mule
lrom him. The animal is' described as
13 1-3 hands high, in good condition, black
stripe on tho back.'bliod in tho right eye
and end of tail cut close.
Every body holding tickots of the flue
meerschaum pipe is requested to boon baud
to-night at 9 o'clock at G. G. Wiohcrt's
Billiard Hall as tho drawing will positively
take place to night. N. B. Tickets for
lino watch will bo given sway immedi
ately after drawing of the pipo.
A fine girl baby was born unto Mr.
and Mrs. John Sproat Monday. Mr.
Sprout has called the how arri
val, Cleveland House Sproat, in honor
of next president and tho man who received
tho largest majority ever given to any man
iu any one of tho United States.
Father Gross before tho Illinois stato
Democratic coLVentioii: O, "Lord, save us
from sin and the devil 1 O, L rd, save us
from star-route ami other thieves upon the
public treasury ! O, Lord, God Almighty,
save us from Republican misrule, for Christ's
sakel Amen." Siucethe election of Tues
day the many harsh comments upon this
remarkable prayer, made by the Republican
piers generally, seem extremely ridiculous.
From tho Syracuse Courier. "The funer
al of tliu lato John Cuiumuiga took place
from his residence, No. 145 Clinton street,
on Tuesday morning. The services were
hehl at St. Mary's church, where a solemn
high mass was celebrated, and an elegant
sermon delivered by Rev. Father O'Brien.
Tho employeesof the 1). L. & W. R. R. shops
attended in a body." Mr. Cunnnitigs was
formerly a resident uf this city, was on tiio
police some 6 or 10 years, has many friend
here to whom this will bo an it mi of news.
Tho funeral of tho late Wm. Alba will
take place to-day about one o'clock p. in.
Members of the several organizations to
which" ho belonged will gather at their re
spective places of meeting and will proceed
from thence iu bodies to the residence ot
deceased, on tho north side of Seventh
street, near Washington aveuue,
from whence together with such
friends hb may gather there, wil(
proceed to the special train at Eighth street,
which will leave about '1:30 o'clock for
Villa Ridge, where the last funeral rites
will be performed, according to the rules of
Tho Chicago Tribune concedes to the
Demount the election of nine of tho
twenty c. ingressinen In this state, which
would be agaiu of three. Tho Springfield
papers claim the election of ten Democrats
According to tho Tribune's calculations,
the next federal house will consist of 119
Republicans, 202 Democrats and 4 In le
pendents. The state legislature, the sarun
paper says,will be R -publican on joint ballot
by a majority of 12, tho house standing
76 Democrats and 77 Republicans, and tho
senate, 20 Democrats and 31 Republicans.
If these figures were correct, tho next sen
ator will bo a Republican, of course, but
there may bo, and it is likely that there be,
a chango iu this calculation iu favor of the
Democrats when tho final cnvass is made.
The Tribune would not make tho Demo
cratic gains any larger than it would have
to, ami Democratic papers claim the lower
house by a sullicient majority to rule the
actions of teat body in nearly all things.
Captain Paul Boytou is planning an
other venturesome undertaking, namely, to
float down the Colorado river from its
source to its mouth. In describing his pro
ject the other day ho talked so well that
a reporter usked him why bo did not enter
tho lecture field. "No, sir," he answered,
"I've bad enough of that. My last experi
ence was at Helena, Ark. I was forced
by the people there ou my voyage down
the Mississippi to stop over for a lecture.
I couldn't speak in my rubber suit. I hadn't
iiiv bacL'SLM. Tho mavor lent me his
drcB.sco'it and a white handkerchief, which
ho tied very artistically around my neck
as a cravat. Tho doctor promised mo tho
trousers. Howascallod off by a patient
ami didn't turn up, The stage was a small
one; the people were howling. Tho mayor
fixed up a table covered so with a red cloth
that nothing below my waist could be
seen. 1 was lorceJ on. l got to talKing
and was well received. When I came to
tell about my encounter with a shark I be
came a little excited, forgot about my cos
tume, stepped to one sido of the table, and
well, when tho audienco yelled with laugh
ter I made a bee-lino for tho green room
and I baveu't lectured since."
The appearance of this issue of Tiitt
Bufci.KTiN is due, in a great measure, to a
fortunate accident, for a fire iu the news
room, about 0:30 o'clock, last night was
fortunately and accidentally discovered be
fore it had reached such proportions as
would have precluded tho possibility of ex
tinguishment without, the assistance of the
fire department. A wooden bracket from
which a burning lamp was suspended, was
burned in two, while "all hands" were at
Hiipper; tho lamp fell to tho floor and
burstud, and the burning oil ignited the
floor, Borne typo cases, a partition, door, etc.
The flames were running up tho partition
to tho woodeu ceiling in largo sheets, and
the wholo olflco was full of smoke,
when tho foreman of tho news
room and several of tho boys returned
A few minutes' very energetic work with
water put out the flames which but a few
minutes later must have reached a well
tllled oilank, which was standing near by,
and tlumvpreud with such rapidity as to
bo beyond the control of any human agency.
As it was the damage was comparatively
From tho official report of Maj. Alien,
of the militia which created such havoc
among tho citizens of Asland somo days
ago to Gov., Blackburn, it appears that the
attack by tho mob upon the steamer
Granite Stato, which contained tho stato
soldiers with the prisoners, was a very
serious one, and her capture bytho mob
was only prevouted fy forcibly boating
them by (ho soldiers. It will also bo seen
that tho killing and wounding of several
of the citizens was entirely accidental,
tho result of bad shooting on the part of
untrained soldiers. Any old soldier knows
well that shooting too high in buttle is a
very common thing, and tho high shooting
at Ashland was nothing strsugo and un
usual. Again, it will be noticed that the
tiro from the mob was not returned by the
soldiers until several volleys had been fired
by tho mob and sovoral soldiers wounded;
nor even then until it became manifest that
it was tho intention of the mob to attempt
tho capture of the steamer at whatever
cost of life. The killing and wounding of
tho citizens of Ashland is greatly to bo de
plored, but tho action of tho soldiers in
opening fire upon the mob was clearly one
of self-defenco and in performance of their
duly. We think the soldiers did right,
ami the friends of law and order should
stand faithfully in their defense.
Some interesting official information,
supplied by Cousul Crain, in one of the
Italian ports, shows in a striking manor the
growing importance of cotton seed oil, and
tho rapidity with which it is superseding
olive oil as a salad dressing and in the
other B-rviccs in which the latter haB been
heretofore used. When tho cotton Bced
oil liit came into market n few years ago
the Italians readily detected its value, and
begin at once to purchase it iu large
quantities in re-expi i t ii iu handsomely
labelled bottles with French and Italian
halves as olive oil. This bus'cciS grew to
such proportion!! as to seriously impair the
I' ni-ind for genuine olive oil, and threaten
one of the most important Italian interests,
and the government found it necessary to
interfere for tho protection of its olive or
chards. It levied an important duty id 14
lire (about $2.73) per hundred pound on
cotton need oil. This had a strange effect.
It arrested the importation of cotton seed
oil, but it at the samo time largely reduced
tho exportation of olivo oil. Tho duty went
into effect January last. Down to that
time the import of the american oil into
Italy had been about 99,000 quintals a
mouth; but in January they fell to nothing,
and in February they were only 110 quin
tals. But tho exportation of the olive oil,
so called, which had been 550,000 to 075,
000 quintals per mouth, fell offinJanuiry
to 52,000 quintals, and in February to 102,
000 quintals. It would appear trom this
that there is an intimate relation between
imports of cotton seed oil and exports of
olive oil in Italy, and that when the im
ports of one fall off so do the expn ts of tho
other. Consul Crain thinks that cotton
seed oil has gained a strong hold on the
favor of oil-eating people, and that tho rea
son why the exports of olivj oil trom Italy
fell off so greatly in January and February
is that it wai pure hid u American
oil intermixed with it. Whether puro cot
ton seed nil is inferior to pure olivo oil is,
perhaps, a matter of fancy more than any
thing else. Oue thing is certain; it is
growing iu use and favor. When found in
properly shapjd bottles, with foreign labels
on them, it is highly esteemed as olive oil
simply because it is believed to be olive oil.
There is no coarse, raw taste about it to be
tray its Arkansas origin.
The funeral of Wm. Alba will take place
from his late residence on 7th st. this (Sat
urday) afternoon at halt-past One, con
ductodby Alexander Lodge I. O. O. F.
A special train will leave foot of Sixth
street at 2 o'clock for Villa Ridge.
Friends of tho family aro Respectfully
iuvitcd to attend.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo take pleasure in extending our uni
ted heartfelt thanks to tho large number
of friends, who expressed their esteem arid
warm feeling of friendship for us in the
bestowal of so many handsome presents on
Thursday evening, tho Oth inst. Wo can
not find language adi-quate to fully express
our high appreciation for the many friends,
who havo so kindly remembered us. May
each and every ono live to ripe old age, and
happiness and prosperity crown their future
lives. Mr. and Mns. C. F. Bowek.
THE RESULT IN ALEXANDER
Yesterday afternoon Justices O. A. Os
born and J. J. Bird met at tho oflico of
county clerk S. J. Hnmm and the three to
gether, then and there, opened and can
vassed the returns lrom all the fifteen elec
tion precincts in the county, for the elec
tion held last Tuesday.
Every preeinct.wai couvassod excepting
that of Clear Crook, which was thrown out
becauso of gross informality, tho voto o f
tho sovoral candidates not being carried
out, and neither of tbo poll books being
signed by the judges and clerks of election,
as tho law plainly requires.
Tho voto of tho five Cairo precincts was
given in Thursday's Bulletin, and was
complete and correct iu all exceptiug the
voto upon tho appropriation and tho canal
and in somo minor particulars which have
no effect whatever on tho result. Tho vote
of tho nino country precints was as follows,
according to tho final canvass of tho re
turning board yeatorilay, a complete tablo
of which w'H appear in a future issue:
Henry Raab, Unity, 49; Sindusky, 31;
Elco, 80; East Capo Girardeau, 21 ; Thebes,
213; Santa Fe, 34; Oooso Island, 00; Lako
Milligan, 23; Beech Ridge, 9.
Charles T. Strattan, Uuity, 07;SaniluBky,
37; Elco, 81; East Capo Girardeau, 47;
Thebes, 03; Santa Fe, 10; Goose Island,
45; Lako Million, 34; Beech Ridge, 04.
Mrs.E. B. Brown, Unity, 4; Sandusky, 0;
Elco, 1 ; Santa Fe, 1 ; Qooso Island, 1.
Alfred Orendorfl", Unity, 49; Sandusky,
34; Elco, 79; East Capo Girardeau, 21;
Thebes, 27 ; Ssuta Fe, 34; Goose Island, 06;
Lake Milligan, 23; Beech Ridgo, 9.
John C. Smith, Unity, 07; Sandusky, 37;
Elco, 81 ; East Capo Girardeau, 47; Thebes,
93; Santa Fe, 10; Goose Island, 45; Lake
Milligau, 31; Beech Ridge, 04.
John G. Irwin, Unity, 4; Sanduski, 0;
Elco, 8; Santa Fe, 1 ; Goose Island, 1.
D. T, Linegnr, Unity, 114; Sandusky,
45; Elco, 112; Ent Cipj Girardeau,
311-2; Thebes, 42 1-2; Santa Fe, 0012;
Goose Island, 1481-2; Lako Milligan, 40;
Beech Ridge, 25.
Sidney Gresr, Unity, 30; Sandusky,
52 1-2; Elco, 117; East Cape Girardeau, 27;
Thebes, 35; Santa Fe, 37 1 2; Goose Island,
44; Lake Milligan, 33; Beech Ridge, 4.
James Scurlock, Unity, 175; Sandusky,'
100; Elco, 237 1-2; East Cape Girardeau,
103; Thebes, 231; Sauta Fe, 47; Goose Is
land, 79; Lake Miiligan, 80; Beech Ridge,
Thoma.1, M. Logan, Unity, 10 1-2; San
dusky, 25 12; Elco, 14 1-2; Thebes, 35;
Santa Fe, 3; Goose Island, 1.
Walter Warder, Unity, 7-1; Sandusky,
43; Elco, 77; E. Cape Girardeau, 30;
Thebes, 100; Saute Fe, 20; (loo.-e I.-dand,
55; Lake Milligan, 28; Beech Ridge, 54.
John II. Robiiison, Unity, 41; Siudusky,
31; Elco, 80; East Capo Giiardeau, 12;
Thebes, 20; Sinta Fe. 23; goose Island, 54 ;
Lako Milligau, 29; Beech Ridge, 18.
Justice 11 Cunningham, Sandusky, 2;
Johu Hodges, Unity, 74; Sandusky, 39;
Elco, 114; Ea.it Cape Girardeau, 55 ; Thebes,
C0;Santa Fe, 42; Oo"e, Island, 101; Lake
Milligan. 49; Beech Ridge, 39.
Charles Hammond, Unity, 45; S indunky,
30; Elco, 44; Eatd Cpe Girardeau,;
Thebes, 45; Santa Fe, 9; Goose Islaud, 7;
Lako Milligan, 7;C'cch Ridge, 32.
Richard Fitzgerald, Unity, 02; Sandusky,
50; Elco, 105; Est Cape Girardeau, 54;
Thebese, 50; Santa Fe, 44; Goose Island,
93; Lake Milligan. 28; B-ech Ridgo, 10.
milton Jenkius, Uuity, 40; S mdusky, 11;
Elco, 38; East Cape Girardeau, 9; Thebes,
58; Santa Fe, 7; Goose Island, 15; Lake
Milligan, 29; Beech Ridge, 01.
James, M. Bowles, Unity, 10; Sandusky,
0; Elco, 3; East Capo Girardeau, 1; Goose
Island, 1; Beech Ridge, 1.
COUNTY SCHOOL M'I'TKHINTENDENT.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, Unity, 32; Sandusky,
15; Elco, 22; East Capo Girardeau, 16;
Thebes, 0; Suita Fe, 13; Goose Island, 42;
Lake Milligan, 43; Beech Ridge, 20.
Mrs. L. C. Gibbs, Unity, 82; Sandusky,
55; Elco, 101; Eust Capo Girardeau, 48 ;
Thebes, 103; Santa Fe, 28; Goose Island,
61; Lake Milligan, 3; Beech Ridge, 51.
Jno, ll.Mulcahey, Unity, 50; Siudusky,
22; Elco, 74; Eust Cape Girardeau, 15;
Tbebts, 6; Santa Fe,30; Goo.-c Iiland, 70;
Lako Milligan, 37; Beech Ride, 30.
John Miller, Unity, (15; Sandusky, 52;
Elco, 87; East Cape Girardeau. 53; Thebes,
112; Santa Fe, 21; Goose Island, 30; Lake
Milligan, 18; Beech Ridge, 30.
JUBTICK OF THE TEAC'E.
Alfred Brown was elected Justice of the
Peace in Thebes precinct, without opposi
sitiou, by a vote of 88.
Messrs. George Lentz, Wm. Mad is n and
Charles Licett each received one voto in
tho thirl Cairo precinct for the same oflico.
Ransom Thompson and Joseph Iloefner
received 15 and 2 votes respectively for
justice of tho peace in Santa Fo precinct.
R. B. Wilson and Miles Coleman wore
candidates iu Elco precinct. The former
received 57 votes, and tho hitter 103.
Sidney Robinson and Edward Powell
were candidates iu the Fifth Cairo precinct.
Tho former received 70, the latter 9.
A. Wilson and G. W. Wilier received 00
and 44 votes respectively in Goose Island
John Bankstoti sud Riloy Everheart re
ceived 5 and 3 votes respectively In Santa
gEdward Brasier and Enoe F. Motcalf re
ceived 25 and 48 votes respectively iu Lake
lil. Johnson received 9 votes in Boech
The scattering vote was 1 for Magistrate,
A. Comings in tho Fourth procinct, for
county school supurmteudont, 1 voto for
Henry Heicrson iu tho Fifth procinct, for
county clerk, ami 1 voto each - for George
Lentz, William Madison and Charles Licott
in the Third precinct for Justice of tho
Total MAJOiirrim And pluralities.
Tho following aro tho results in the
wholo county as ascertained by yestorday'e
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OK I'UULIO instuuc-TION.
Henry IUab (Dem.), 1,140; Charles T.
Strattan (Rep.), 1,182; Mrs.E. B. Brown
(Prohib.), 20. Btrattiui's purality, 86: ma
Alfred OrondorftVDom.), 1,149 ; John C.
Smith (Uop.), 1,182; John G. Irwin (Pro,),
20. Smith's plurality, 33; majority, 7.
W.K. Murphy (Dem.), 1,150; John R.
Thomas (Uop.), 1,177; John F. McCartney
(Pro.), 32. Thomas' plurality, 27 ; majority
5 worse than nothing.
David T. Llncgar (Dem.), 1,931; Sidney
Oreer (Dem.), 1,444; Jamos M.
Scurlock (Rep.), 3,245 1-2; Tuos. M.
Logan, (Pro), 200f
R.A. D. Wilbank, (Dem.) 1177.
Walter Warder, 1,110 John II. Robin-
son, 1,161; Justus R. Cunningham, 29.
Robinson's plurality, 45; his majority, 16.
Samuel J. Hnmm, 1811.
John Hodges, 1649; Charles Hamruoud,
634. Hodis majority, 1,015.
R. Fitzgerald, 1,375; Milton Jenkins,
858; James M. Bowles, 38. Fitzgerald's
pluralty, 517; bis majority, 48.
Miles W. Parker, 1,875.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF CHOOL8.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, 977; Mrs. L. C.
Gibb, 1,254; Mrs. Gibbs' majority, 277.
James Mulcahey, 1,162; Jno. Miller,
1,146; Mulcabey's nnj irity, 16.
For ceding the Illinois cam! to the gen-
oral government, 1,100; against, 305; ma
jority in favor, 795.
For tho state hoiiso appropriation, 804 ;
against, 549; majority in favor, 255.
Put for the throwing out of Clear Creek
precinct, Mr. Miller would have been
elected over Mr. Mulcahey by 2 votes, aud
Captain Thomas' majority over Captain
Murphy would have been 5 less than it is,
or only 22.
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