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jTlio Daily Mletin,
mciAL PAPEtt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
NTKHED AT TUB CAIUO POBTOmCK FOR
THANSMI8HION THROUGH TUB MAILS AT
SECOND CLAB8 RATKH.
LOO XL BREVITIES.
ReaJ the Chicago Clothing House ad
A young rnun mrued Joe Mike, em
ployed io the meat shop of Mers. Jesse
Iinkle & Son, while cutting meat yts!er-
Ilay accidentilly made a slush across hii
and, which nearly severed several of his
tigers. Dr. Parker repaired the dumage
B milph aa rvnaatl.l and tl.ai Kanrt mill
robably be saved.
Misses' shoes, soiled, worth $2.00, fur
3 cts., at trie greut closing sale.
3t IlATTUORN St S1.00.
There will be the usual services at tin
Baptiet Church, corner Tenth and Poplar
Streets this morning and evening conduct
ed by the pastor, llcv. Jno. F. Eden, and
on Weduesday eveuing. Tuu church will
begins series of ipecial meetings to con
tinue some time, during which the assis
tance of an able minister from abroad is
The Chess Cirley Co.'s oil delivery
wngon was mtde to spin around lively for
a little while ypsUriay morning. The
h me attached to it ran away from a point
on railroad street, below Eighth, and
brought up against the brick house on the
north side of Sixth street, leaving the wag
on a' the curb-stone not much hurt.
Bill Scott's delegation to yeaterdsv 's
County Convention, from the First ward,
proved to have been a still-born affair; for
it did not materialize in the convention at
all, not even presenting its credentials. It
was just ss well for them that they kept
shady, for there was no show for a Scott
delegation in that convention.
-C.pt. W. P. Halliday left yisterday
evening fur the East. Htt will go dnect to
Poughkecpsie after his daughter, Miss
Daisy, who is at V?sir College, and to
gether th-y will go to New York City.
There they will meet President W. Butler
Duncan, of the Mobile & Ohio road, and
member of his family, and the whole party
will take the good steamship Silvia on
Wednesday for Ei.rope. The little party
will make a stay in Europe of about six
weeks, visiting the principal points of in
terest, and theu return to this country.
Mr. Lou'.s Johnson has withdrawn frm
the firm of Johnson & Flowers, tresshoop
manufacturer, and will accompany Messrs.
Ilaytlmrn & Sloo to their new p'ce uf Lus
iuei, and will be a mwnber of the firm.
The report fiat be would first encumber
himself nutriumnully before departing
from here is entirely without foundation in
truth; he mar, however, just for the sake
of "auld lang nine," take along a pocket
full of real estate from a certain lot on
Ninth stn-et, which lot is said to have
formed the subject of his dreams by night
and hopes by day for lo! these several
A negro named Scott Fletcher, living
in Du Qioin, was arrested in that city
Wednesday, charged with larceny and bur
glary. A fine rug that had been stolen
from the buggy of Mr. Morion Wright was
fcund hidden in a bed in Fletcher's house,
and he is also believed to be the party who
attempted to burglarize the store of a Mr.
Brooks in that city, and, being discovered
by the watchman, shot him in the groin.
Fletcher is what they call a "high-toned"
negro, who has been exerting 8mo influ
ence among his race in Du Qu and Per
ry county politics. Ilis conviction is be
lieved to be certain.
There will be an adjourned meeting of
the Cairo Society of the lied Cross, at Tem
perance Hall on 8th street, Monday next
at 7:30 o'clock p. m. The benevolent and
humrni of both sexes, and all classes are
kindly and cordially invited to attend.
The association is wholly unsectanan, non
political and unselfish in its principles, na
tional in.its designs and international iD its
scope. All attending this meeting and
subscribing to the constitution will be con
sidered organizing members. A general
and large attendance is requested.
J. A. Scarritt, Pres't.
Bbttib Kosmbyer, Sec'y.
' The following is a report of the money
expended by the loctl Ladies' Charitable
Society during the month of March just
passed: First ward, one caBe, 75 cents;
Second ward, two cases. $3.40; Third ward,
twenty cases, $72 60; Fourth ward, ten
cases, $17.50; Filth ward, four cases, $6.10.
Total number of cases, 45; total expendi
ture, $104.85. Besides this, there was
doubtless considerable aid given in ways
that did not involve the expenditure of
money. The work of the society may be
regarded as proof of the necessity of its ex
istence U certainly proof that it has not
existed in vain so far. The ladles should
have the material as well as the moral sup
port ot tho community, to the end that
they may nevor want for the means to pur
sue their self-imposed but entirely unselfish
work toward the worthy in need.
We understand that a majority of the
Bard of County Commissioners have
written a letter to Sheriff Jno. Hoges, ask
ing him not to urge or force too strongly
the payment of the taxes at the present
time. As a justification for the requested
leniency, the petitioners cite the incon
venience and losses suffered by the people
in the county generally, through this pro
longed season ot high water. The peti
tioners also put the Sheriff's mind entirely
at rest with regard to tho financial needs of
the city and county governments. The
cily government is in easy circumstances
financially and will have all the money she
may need for awhile, after the 1st of May,
when the liquor licenses come due. The
county government wauld gain nothing by
the immediate collection of the taxes, be
cause it has already anticipated last year's
taxes for county purposes as far as it was
necessary to meet current expenses. The
school district fund is "flush" and will
meet all temporary wants. These facts are
all brought to the notice of the Sheriff by
the petitioners, and should he give them
due weight and take the hint, taxpayers
generally would doubtless rise as one mau
and call him blessed.
The Argus intimates that The Bulle
tin's efforts to rid our local Republican
politics of an ugly spot that was growing
larger and more offensive year after year,
virtunlly imply a renunciation of its Demo
cratic character. Probably only the Argus
could have cleared the distance between
the premises and the conclusion here pre
sented. Tub Bcllktin has simply ven
tured to denounce irregularity and corrup
tion in our local politics, and as this irregu
larity and corruption were not in the Demo
cratic party, it fails to see the logic of the
Argus' conclusion, that it thereby severed
its connection with the Democratic party,
or even gave the faintest intimation of a
purpose to do i. Some papers are "inde
pendent" until they are bribed to be oth
erwise. Omen are "independendt-nt" be
cause they are find it profitable to be so.
We do not mean to say that the Argus be
longs to either of these classes; but we must
admit that it taxes our confidence in its in
tegrity to the utmost, to tee a newspaper so
confoundedly ''independent" that it doesn't
dare to twitch a muscle in disapprobation
of a suffocating stench coming trora a foul
pool within three-quarters of an inch of its
nog. However, the Argus is welcome to
all the "hum" it may cet because of its de
cided partiality for II in. W. T. Scott and
his peculiar methods.
The voters of the city shou'd inquire
particularly into the opinions of the candi
dates for aldermen at the coming city elec
tion upon the St. Louis & Oiro Railroad
einbrog io. In the coming election as in
former city election the S'. L-u ' & Cairo
Company has a finger, trving to stir up an
anti-city-of-Cairo sentiment among the
voters. This year the movement is slyer
than formerly. They hve seen that when
the Issue is fairly made and openly dis
cussed the people are overwhelmingly on
the side of the city council in its fight for
the city's interests as aguinst those of the
railway company; and they have, if we are
nt mistaken, concluied to "oteal a march,"
by running in their secret allies upon some
i-sue that will detract the public's attention
from the real object. For the present this
is merely a suspicion a well-founded sus
picion, however, which we hope soon to
entirely dissipate or to verify. The issue
which is to serve as a cloak for these scape
goats is ''high taxes;" but the cloak isa
thin one and to the vision of thase who
know, you know, it forms no obstruction at
all. That city tuxes are a little higher
than they have ben is true; but no citizen
who knows the cause of it will pee in that
fact a ground for complaint against the
administration. One cause was a manda
mus issued by the U. S. Court, requiring
lhe leveo of taxes to meet judgments ren
dered against the city several years Rgo;
and the othr cause the principal cause
are the expenses incurred during the last
two years in the city's noble and gloriously
successful battles against' flood, which in
cluded heavjr expenditures on the levee,
making that embankment one of the finest
in the country. It was because of these ju
dicious and timely expenditures that, this
year, there was no need of voluntary
watchers on the levee all who were called
upon to serve were paid promptly when
their work was done, aud the people in the
city passed their nights in security and
quiet. Those of our people who can fully
appreciate these great blessings will look
with contempt upon those who seek for
selfish purposes to make capital out of the
comparatively trifling expenditure of mon
ey that brought about the greatly im
proved state of things. If the taxes were
higher because of inexcusable wastefulness
on tho part of the city or county authori
ties, or because of pilfering officials, there
would be some excuse for complaint, but
who dares to charge that this has been the
case here? But the matter doesn't merit
serious attention, beyond bringing forward
those who broached it, and their selfish
purposes in doing so. The people the
tax-payers who are concerned do not com
plain; they know how their money has
been expended; they know that they have
received the benefit of every dollar faked
for, and they will pay their taxes cheerful
ly when the time comes that they must.
The cry of "high taxes" comes from the
Chicago shyster lawyer?, and it is faintly
echoed here by a few of their dupes, in the
interest of the Holland bond-holders.
"Why, what are you boys putting that
on my feet tor," asked r man with a heavy
cold. "Why, to draw the cold out of your
head," ' answered the considerate nurse.
The deuce you say, I would rather have it
stay where it is than be drawn the whole
ltmgth of my body." At any rate there is
a more pleasant method than that, go and
get me a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOENINQ APRIL
COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVEX
TION. Shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday after
noon Chairman C. W. Hughes, of the
Cnunty Republican Central Committee,
called the County Republican Convention
to order, at the Court House, in this city.
Immediately after Mr. Hughes had fin
ished reading ths call of the Central Com
mittee, Magistrate Cemings nominated
Capt.N. B.Thistlewood for temporary Chair
man, which nomination was unanimously
Mr. Wm. Lippitt nominated Judge J. J.
Bird for Secretaay. Unanimously carried.
JOn motion of A. Comings, the Chair ap
pointed a delegate from each precinct rep
resented in the convention, to act as a com
mittee on credentials.
The roll call proved that the precincts of
Clear Creek, Lake Milligan, East Cape
Girardeau and Dog Tooth, were not repre
sented. While the Committee on Credentials was
out, remarks were made by Capt. Thistle
wood and Magistrate Comings, urging upon
ths convention the necessity of sending
delegates who will vote for the best men
the party has. The latter took occasion
also to denounce trickery, etc., and to ex
press his contempt for the Cairo Gazette
and its utterances concerning himself. Mr.
Scott was present, but maintained a digni
The Committee on Credentials then re
ported through Mr. Candee, that all the
precincts in the city and county, excepting
the four mentioned above, were properly
represented by delegates present whose
names appeared in the credentials. Pend
ing this report, the credentials lor the dele
gation from Lake Milligan were hauded in;
and the convention received the report of
the committee first, and then admitted the
Lake Milligan delegation by vote of the
Mr. Patier moved that chair appoint one
delegate from each precinct to report to
the convention a list of delegates for the
State Convention. Carried.
This committee reported the names of
J. A. M. Gibb-", Warren Wims, J. J. Bird,
and N. B. Tiiistlewood, with A. H. Ireland,
C. O. Patier, Geo. Rubinson Bnd II. U.
Candee as alternates in the order in which
they are named.
The report has unanimously adopted aud
upon illation of Mr. Patier the state dele
gation was instructed to do all in their
power to have the Illinois delegation to the
National Convention instructed for Jno. A.
Logan for President. As an amendment to
his motion Mr. Patier accepted a resolu
tion offered by Judge Bird, overflowing
with "taffy" about Logan.
A resolution ofL-red by Mr. Wims, in
structed the State delegation to secure the
selection of Judge Bird as a delegate to the
Chicago Convention, from this end of the
A resolution by Capt. Nellie, that the
delegates to the State Convention be also
instructed to use all honorable means to
secure the nomination of Judge R. W.
McCartuey for Attorney-General of the
State, was tabled on motion of Mr. Patier
who believed that it would not be well to
hamper the State delegation too much
A resolution was offered by A. Comings,
declaring that the convention favored Capt.
Thomas for Congress because of his good
work for his district in tho past and be
cause he was the strongest man, in view of
which facts it would be unwise to experi
ment with others "just to satisfy the hon
orable ambition of other aspirants."
Mr. Patier moved that the chair appoint
a committee of three t confer with Chair
man C. N. Hughes of the Qentral Commit
tee, with a view to having tho .call for
second primaries and a second County
Convention rescinded by the committee,
in order that the present convention might
appoint delegates to the Congressional and
Senatorial Convention also; but the chair
man had mysteriously slipped away, so
that a conference could be had, and the
motion was not put.
The convention then adjourned.
Mr. Chas. F. Watson, 400 W. Fayette
street, Baltimore, Mil., a driver for the
Adams' Express Company, was very badly
injured, bis team having run away. Mr.
Watson says a few applications of St.
Jacobs Oil, the great pain-cure, completely
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The Texas and St. Louis R. R. will be
leady to receive freight for all points on
Monday, April 7th. C. O. Loomis,
PUBLIC SCUOOL NOTICE.
Schools will open on Monday, at the
usual hour, in all departments except the
High School. This grade will open at
half past seven, with one daily session,
closing at half past twelve.
By order, etc. It
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in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
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1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tno Companies lines.
H. C. Town.ksd, Gon'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
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TTRNTtr E. TAYLOR, Master.
OEOKQE JOBEs, Clerk.
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