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Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
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f brought 1 1 the city. Price, ringing from the
Ion cm iur cheap ttove up to ibe cloe-t figure.
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Builder.' nirlwi'e, mil I complete wortment of
Tinware, Uratiftewnre. Earthenware and a K-urral
line of Houae Kurulfhinu Good., Lamp., Fixture,
etc. Call anaexamtn nelnre pu'ctmji.tie.
(,'oroar litn and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
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130 & 138 Com'l Ave.
hive ft foil mil complete line of
Linn; uoods, Dusters, Motions, Etc.
A heavy stock ot Body Brunei., Taper
triei aud Ingrain
A full itock of Oil Clo'.b., ill ilr'i and price".
All Wood.) nt Bottom Prices!
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The Dailv Bulletin.
WAITING AND CLAIMING.
Both Parties Anxiously Awaiting
tho Boport of tho Board of
And Loudly Claiming Everything in Sight
to foftp Their Own aad TLoir
Fellowa' Courage Up.
Somebody's Going to Be Disappointed,
Cut tho Man Who Is Elected
Will Be Inaugurated.
Keep Cool and Walt.
New York, November 10. The Mail
and Jipm says: Members of the llc
publican Nutlonal Committee are still un
wavering lu tliclr belief that lilaliio has
received a plurality ot tlie voles in this
Stuto. They await with composure the
result of the ofllclal canvass, aud advi
all Republicans to be cool In action and
language. The Democratic scarecrow
about altering returns is' the silliest non
sense, ueturns wore ilb-A In tlie unices
of the clerks of tho several counties four
days ago, and the only alternative now
possible is in tho judicial revision, to
which both parties must bow. Develop
ments of the oast twenty-four hours iuili-
catc even better prospects for lilaino thurv
did those of (Saturday ."
Beady for Business.
New Yoiik, November 10. Everything
is In readiness for tho commencement
of the ofllclal canvass of votes by the
lioard of Aldermen, sitting as a Board of
Supervisors to-morrow. Some forty
clerks will be appointed, as the work
Is very heavy tills year. The name of each
Presidential elector will have to be called
out which will consume a great deal of time.
It Is not probable that any votes will be
canvassed to-morrow, as the Board will
only orj.'anl7.c, make Its appointments aud
map out the work for each succeeding
day. Both parties will be represented by
Miasinjf Ueturns Unearthed.
New Yokk., November 10. The missing
returns of tho Twenty-fourth Election
District of the First Assembly District
have been found. They were unearthed
to-day In the Mayor's ojllcc, among the
tally list which are required to bo de
posited there. They were left there by
mistake by one of the poll :lcrks the day
after tho election. The returns founi
ugree precisely with the figures already
published. The envelope was sealed ami
intact. The return Is correct except that
uo vote whatever appears opjoslte the
names of the candidates for City Comp
riTTsni KOit, Pa., November 10. In an
interview this morning with G. M
Lauphlln and another member of the Grin
of Jones, t Laughlin, of which B. F.
Jones, Chairman of the National Iicpubll-
can Committee i the senior member,
Laughlln Informed a representative of the
Lemkr that no private information had
been received by tho firm on the
situation kIiico Wednesday lat. Ho
f.iya that Jones is a man of
the strictest Integrity, and a very close
and careful calculator. He Is perfectly
satisfied that In no manner oould he bo
influenced or Induced to make any state
incut regarding the correctness of re
turns about which there was the slight
est doubt "Not only do I believe that
Jones is sincere In his conviction that
Blaine bus carried New York State, but
that he has data to base his convictious
Say It is Mot So.
Nr.w Yoiik, November 10. Tho state
ment by Chairman B. F. Jones, of the
Republican National Committee, tlint
there wero 1,000 colonized votes In the
town of New Lots, a suburb of Brook
lyn, and that over 700 more votes wero
polled in the sannf town than were
registered, Is causing much Indignation
amyiig the New Lots Republican elec
tion ollicers. Supervisor Jewell, a promi
nent Republican of New Iits, said to a
reporter yesterday: "Tho statement of
Chairman Jones is simply prepos
terous. I do not bellevo half a
dozen Irregular votes wero cast.
In fact I do not know of one, nor do I
kiow anybody, except Chairman Jones,
who says there was one. Instead of
there being 700 more votes cast than wero
registered, tho wero just 177 moro
registered than wero cast, and many
voters neither registered nor voted. Such
abatements as that of Joues' are most In
judicious and unjust. They tend to create
publlo uncaslnesss and distrust, and are a
reflection upon committees which never
should bo made without, at least, somo
basis of fact. Iam a Republican, and a
strong one, and I am not likely to bo
speaking from pro-Democratic prejudices
when 1 say that I never knew a fairer or
more satisfactory election in New Lots
since I have lived thero."
L. Blederman is tho Town Clerk, and is
the defeated candidate for re-election oil
tho Republican ticket.
Aijuny, N. Y., November 10. Figures
received by Coloucl Lamonfe during Run
day mako tho following slight changes lu
the vote of certain counties. Albany
county's ofHclal vote Is 640, a gain of ten
for Cleveland over tho figures herotoforo
claimed. In Delawaro County Blaluo re
ceived W78 instead of 908 plurality. Es
sex County gives Blaluo 775 insteudot 771)
plurality and in Lawrenco County Blaine's
olllclal plurality is 7,404 instead of an even
7,400, as hitherto oounted, a net gain for
llJalue In the four counties of six votes.
Cleveland's plurality us now tnailo knowu
bv dispatches from tho various county
clerks is 1,2!).
' Will Not Submit.
Nbw York, November 10. The JYmca'
Washington special says i "Thoro is no
Inclination among Republican leaders to
submit to tho result of tho election, and a
repetition of the scenes of 1870 is con
to mi) a ted, with many of tho same persons
M chief actors. Tho wires aro ioadod
with dispatches summoning the bolder
leaders to tho assistance of tho National
ConunltUw. Among these are
several BMimbers ol too aote Womiky
eonf crcitoa vt 1374. In. bmmmrIjw Deua
UAtlo cli-ftes- tlere are tntUiailojsel
forthcoming disclosures in regard to tho
part played by some of Mr. Blalno'a
present active workers lu the seating of
Mr. Hayes In 187(1. A great air of mystery
is thrown pver the matter by those who
have referred to it, aud this Ls increased
by the declaration that It had nothing to
do with what took place In Louisiana,
Florida or South Carolina, ot at tho
Wonnley conference here, but that it re-,
lutes to transactions in Washington, no
hint of which has ever been made public.
It is said to involve most of those men in
Now York and the West who are now de
claring In the face of tho official returnH
of that State that Blaluo has carried
Now York. Their purpose ls now
knowu to bo to attempt to throw
such doubts over tho New York result
as to gtvo ground lor controverting vt,
first la that State, and. afterward
lu Congress. Tho belief Is that in Con-
press they hope to succeed by plans sim
ilar to thoso qnieUy employed Dy ww
same men in 187U." The Tlmti adds:
"Tho voters of New York State have in
telligence and. patriotism enough to in
sure a fair count, and visiting statesmen
are not wanted. They are not ready to
admit that their own representative
men aro so untrustworthy and dishon
est that they should not bo allowed to
canvass election returns unless some
Western politician looks over their
shoulders and checks every figure.
In taking this step Mr. Blaluo aud
his agents have revealed their despera
tion and exposed their Ignorance of tho
character of our. people."
Only the Ofnoi&l Count.
New Yokk, November 10. The Tribune
says ! "We can see uo occasion to chnngo
thu opinion that only the ofllclal count
can determine tho result of tho election
in this State: and that It Is likely to show
a unall plurality for Blaine. The Demo
crats themselves only connt now on a
little less than 450 plurality in tho
State. This, the errors, or worse,
already discovered would more than
wipe out. Tho whole canvass
must bo. conducted with tho ut
most openness aud under the most rigid
legal scrutiny with resort to the proper '
courts whenever necessary. Thou, if the
fair count gives Governor Cleveland a
plurality of only a single vote, he will be
inaugurated. If It gives Blaine a plural
ity, no matter how small, he will be in
augurated. Bluster and threats may
promote disorder, for which those who
u-io Uieui will be responsible, but will
not be permitted to affect the Inevitable
The World says: "All day yesterday
(Sunday) secret conferences were held in
the rooms of the Natioual Republican
Committee, and at five o'clock the follow
ing dispatch was seut by telegraph: 'The
Committee ls confident that the ofllclal
count will give us New York and elect
Blaino and Logan.' Also a dls
pateh was sent to a tru-1y Re
publican at Olun Cove, L. I., as
follows: 'Have all the Republican in
sectors present ai thu meeting of the
County Canvassers.' It was reported
that before the dispatch was sent out
there was a meeting of tho Republican
managers, at which Gould and Cornell
were present. Kx-Seuator Coukilng has
been requested by the Democrats to
represent them before the State Canvass
ers. Evarts has been, engaged on tho
other ldu." "..
Nf.w Yoi:k, November 10. Tho Times
says : "Acting under direction of lllaine,
tho disapiKiinted politcians and jobbers
who have controlled thu Republican Na
tional Committee as agents have con
ceived the plan of subjecting the canvass
of the votes of New York to thu supervi
sion of a new baud of visitiug statesmen.
Politicians in tho West have been urged
to come to this city, and to ask tho co
operation of politicians in the East.
f Among those oil tho way eastward, or
who may have already reached New York,
aro Pension Commissioner Dudley and
John C. New. Among those In the East
w ho have been asked to join the 'over
seers,' is Benjamin II. Brlstow, once Sec
retary of the Treasury, who showed his
respect for the people of the State of his
adoption by sending the following reply:
Nkw York, November 4. Having no
csperlenco in supervising election returns
or watching a count "of votes, It ls not
probable that I will be called npon to do
so now. Iu my opinion there Is no occa
sion to fear that the expressed will of tho
I people will be defeated In this State.
Tho excellence of existing election laws,
the Intelligence and patriotism of the
! people, and the courago and vigilance of
i both parties may be relied upon to defeat
i any such scheme. You may be sure of a'
lair count In this State.
Signed B. II. Bmsrow.
How Governor Crittenden Lost Two Hats
on the Eleotlon.
Sr. Lous, Mo., November 10. Gover
nor Crittenden arrived at the Southern,
and at once joined tho large encampment
of Democratic politicians who were re
joicing In tho rotuuda. After others had
told of their bets and their winnings, tho
Governor was asked what ho had won.
"Nothing," ho said, "but I lost two hats
in tills campaign." At this evidence Unit
a Democratic (ioveruor should havo bet
with tho enemy, surprise was mani
fested. "Well, you s(o," ho explained,
"I did not bet. Uuo hat was lost In
Southeast Missouri, While delivering
uu address to an onthuslastlc audi
ence, somo ono walked away with my
hat, leaving his own, which I could
not wear. Tho second was blown out
of tho car window yesterday while I
was coming from Jefferson City.'"
Bays General Baiiow:
Nkw York, November 10. General
Barlow, one of tho lawyers representing
tho friends of Cleveland In tho matter of
securing an honest count in this State,
ald to-day that tho situation was simply
this i "A plurality of the Immense vote of
this State was oouddontly claimed for
Cleveland. It was probable Umt lu most
cases thu claim wtut based on o r
tld copies of election returns which
wore filed with Oounty Clerks. It would
bo ouly natural to supMso that after these
returns had been examined and added up
over and over agalu four or five times
thero would be uo difference In tho re
sults obtalnod by honest men familiar
The fact was, however, that tho totals
announced by newspapers friendly to
Cleveland showed a variance of soviTuT
hundred votes from each other, louvltig
the claims of thn Blaine managers out of
question. This being tho case It was not
liiipoMlblo that tho results of tho lUlnUU
oauvass would differ somewhat
from some of. tho ret.urus most
gesoraily accepted. Hut any change
were as iikcil.to be loiavui; of.Cleycjand
as Blaine.. Tho former had..'ga4inarg4n o!
from 1,000 to 1,200, or more votos'todraw
on. As to the result of tho examination
ot the returns of tho city on 'the Presi
dential vote made byhkuself and other
lawyers, Barlow said his associates did
not thluk it advisable to announce their
exact figures, lie would say, however, 1
they made somo changes In tho vote on I
W.l. ..I...- I... i i .. M J. I ... 1 . l
both sides, but the difference did notcanso
.. . i.i .1 . , . i
uy uiuwnai naieniuon in vuu. voio com
monly announced, and that thero was
nothing lilu) tho 435 claimed to be In favor
General Marmaduk Runs Away , Be
Hlad His Ticket for Governor
jMFKUfloTt Citt, Mo., November 10.-
Kcturns bare boon received at the Secre
tary ot State's oilloe from sevcnty-fotif
counties on tao rote for Governor and
sewnty-thrce on Uw vote for President;
showing a total vote for Cleveland , of
161,105; Bhtlno, 140,061; St. John, l",U2j
Marmaduko, 150,07V; Ford, 444,871;
Brooks, 7,884. This gives Marmaduko a
plurality ot 5,101, while tho combined
vote of tho opposition exceeds his total
vote by 3,1 bit. In tho sanio counties
Cleveland's plurality ls 20,441,, and nil
majority over all 19,400. In counties yet
to bo heard from Crittenden's majority
in 18U0 over all opposition w as 8,757. ,
Throv Up the Sponge.
BuFVkUt, N. Y., November 10. Tho
Ewning JTews says many of Blaine's back
ers In this city have been paying bets on
tho Presidential result since the Associat
ed Press and other au'boritics conceded
Cleveland's plurality In this State. Re
publicans hero as a body have given up
tho fight, aixl taken down their banners
and lovoled their wigwams. They de
precate tho measures beiug adopted by
tho party leaders to change tho result.
A GUARDIAN OUTWITTED.
Tho Pretty Ward of Hiram Doty
Runs Off to Chicago and
Marries His Son.
How the Naughty Pair Pulled the Wool
Over tha Good Old Gentleman's
Eyes During the Courtship.
A Senuible View of the Situation No Use
Burning the Bam B. cause the
Horse Has Eeen Stolen.
Eociiestfr, N. Y.j November 10. So
cicty gossips aro busy over what seems to
be a sensational elopement. At the cor
ner of Perkins street and Fulton avenuo
has lived for several years a pretty bru
nette, with her guardian. Her name ls
Metta Sherman. Ever since' tho death of
her father, Hiram Sherman, .of Gates,
Metta has lived in RochestetV lllram
Doty was appointed her guartdarjj' aud
tho fair maid haa lived beneath- his too
all this time. Sho ls hc.'at? fortune
of $75,000, which becomes her own when
alio arrives at the ago of twenty-one years.
Sho ls now nineteen. Besides this,
which sho possesses in her
own name, It is said that her fortune
will be doublo that amount when her
undowho is very wealthy, dies. SJio
has figured very extensively In tho best
society here and was generally esteemed
a society belle. Her guardian, Deacon
Iliram Dofy, whose hair has been silvered
by between three and fotu score years,
has u son, Jas. P. Doty. This gentleman
ls well known lu this city, where ho for
merly resided. For several years he has
lived In tho West, with his headquarters
at St. Paul, Minn. Ho Is described as a
commercial traveler and Is thirty-one years
of age. His course of life ls saW to havo
been of such a character as to bing un
measured sorrow to his father. A few
years ago he was married, and two years
ago he wa divorced. Tho divorced wife
now lives in Chicago. These aro tho two
characters In tho elopement which now
agitates polite society here. About a
year ago the two began to correspond and
James frequently camo home, so that ho
saw Miss Sherman at not rare Intervals.
The good guardian, Deacon Doty, did not
look with displeasure upon tho acquaint
ance, but never dreamed of a matrimonial
result, npon which ho would havo frown
ed. Matters came to a crisis on Wednes
day last, when Miss Sherman eloped from
her home, and took tho "flyer" for Chica
go, where she met Doty by appolntmcut
and the two wero married. Your corre
spondent called lust evening upon Deacon
Doty. In answer to a question tho
"On Wednesday afternoon sho told me
that sho wanted to go to Gates which ls
her old home. Her father lived there for
mauy years. I Uiluksho said sho wanted
to attend a church social and would stay
all night with a friend. I gave her my
consent and thought alio went thero. Tho
first thing I learned concerning her elope
ment, was a telegraph dispatch I received
from Milwaukee, sent by my son, asking
that her trunks b forwaxdud immediate
ly by express. Then I received a letter
from him saying that she had met him
at Chicago, acordlng to pre
vious engagement and that they
wore immediately married there. I sus
pected nothing of this kind. I would cer
tainly havo forbidden their correspond
enco had I kuown that any affection
sprang up between Utem. I do not think
him the best husband sbo oould soloct
and that makes the blow all Uw heavier.
Pooplo will say that I winked at it and
connived to bring about such a result.
But such is not the case. I have grave
apprehensions for the girl's future and
can only hopo that they aro groundless.
Whenever I saw them together
here, they wore either quarreling or
saucing each other. They must have
been playing a part to dooohre mo. Sho
is a distant relatlvo of mine. Iter father
is dead. Her mother lives lu this city on
Troup street, but sho Is dmuouted. I sent
on her trunks. Thero wan no use ol
burning the barn because the horse hnl
been stolen. The girl tmwlo her own
choice and I can but assent, though she in
still under ago aud I am ber legal
An Exploded Sensation.
Kaksas City, November 10, A story
gained currency late Batarday night to
tho effect Uiat the out-going Wabash tralu
had beej) boarded at tho Missouri River
bridge by a gang of fifteen men who rob
bed the pttSMunircr. Tho truth Is that
tho train rati off a switch aad, during tha
(els, a,ab of pfcpuluU aasjbarfcei
England. "! '
' ' .- - TOIflANT CUOFTKBS.
' Loxdojt, November 10. Tho situation
on" tho Isio of Skvc has grown to bo
senoua. A thousand armed croltoxs have
gathered there, determined to resist any
. . . . . . .
attempt at evictions. Tho leaders state
that they will seUo tho policemen ex
pected to arrivo to-morrow and compel
them to leavo. Thu Government nas us
patched two gunboats and a troop ship
with 300 marines - to tho scone. It Is
feared thu poikw will be roughly handled
bc-Ioro the arrival of reinforcements.
Tine unu Mayor's snow.
Loxrx, November 10. Tha Lord
Mayor's show te honor of tho inaajfora
tion of Alderman Colting as Lord Mayor
passed off to-day with uuasual splendor.
Tho weather was bracing and tho sun
shone brightly. The procession was over
a mile long, aud elicited great enthusiasm.
The streets were pacltod with spectators.
London, November 10. The oil mills
of Stewart Bros. &, Spencer, at Strood,
burned this morning. Loss, one million
IlWXIOX C'OMIXO HOMK.
A million dollars In bulllou was ship
ped from France for tho United States
during tho past week.
TJIK RKI'OUT CONFIRMED.
Paris, November 10. Tho' report that
Franco and China, through negotiations
iu this city, had arrived at a satisfactory
agreement for settlement, has been
oflioially confirmed. China recognizes
tho Tien Tsin treaty. An armlstio has
been arranged so as to settle tho Ton
quln frontier question.
Paris, November 10. Flfly-thrco now
cases of cholera wero reported in tnw
city for tho past twelve hours cudlng at
IN" THE MIDST OK 1EATH WE ARE IX TUB
Paris, November 10. Tho outbreak of
cholera in Paris has no apparent effect on
theaters and other places of amusement
which arc thronged as usual.
St. Pktkrsih'RU, November 10.
Eighty persons havo been arrested at
Kostor for political offenses. Many oi
them arc aristocrats and ladles, found to
bo Implicated In Nihilist's plots.
CALLED TO TfW. IRISH BAR.
Dublin, November 10. Timothy M.
Healy, M. P. for Wexford borough was
called to the Irish bar in this city to-day.
T. D. Sullivan, M. P. for Westmeath,
signed his certificate. Sergeant Hemphill
proposed him to tho benchers, after which
Healy received an ovation.
- . , Busala.
NiniLDJT PRESS CAPTURED.
'St. Petersburg November 10. Tho
police havo Belied a Nihilist press and
arrested several men who were found in
the room in which the press was at work
printing revolutionary documents.
. LOSS OTt HTOVM97'
Cairo, November 10. Numerous Nug
gars ladeu with military stores are wreck
ed in attempting to ascend tho cataracts
of the Nile every day. Tho loss of stores
on this account is serious.
Going in Search of Employment.
Quebec, November 10. The exodus of
ship and other laborers from Quebec this
fall to seek employment In southern parts
and in tho American and Canadian lum
ber woods Is altogether unprecedented.
His said that nearly tho whole male pop
ulation along tho Caves and hundreds
from tho city and neighborhood, who
never before went away, aro cither gouo
or Intending to go.
Cremated In a Stable Eight I Horses
Quincy, III., November 10, At Clar
ence, Mo., yesterday M. Clark's livery
stable was destroyed by an Incendiary
fire, together with eight valuable horses.
Joseph Bly, a cripple who slept In the
stable, was also burned to death. Clark,
who was sleepiug in thu ofllce, barely es
caped. The peoplo are greatly excited
and will hang tho incendiary If he can bo
found. Tho loss is about $2,000.
Cleveland, O., November 10. Tho
sword contest at tho Academy of Music
last night between James McGregor and
Duncan C. Ross, was witnessed by about
1,000 people. Tho match was for $500 a
side and tho championship of tho United
Slates, McGregor claiming similar
liouors lu Canada. Tho contest was well
fought, excellent swordsmanship being
displayed by both men. McGregor was
knocked off his feet four times. Ross
won with a score of twenty, McGregor
having mado but eighteen poluti. Adolph
Brandt, of Heidelberg, was referee.
Borthwlck lteid, of Philadelphia, will dis
pute Ross' claim to the championship.
A Smuggler Arrested.
Ft. Keooii, M. T., November 10. A
man named Wildes was arrested re
cently near Ft. Benton, for smuggling
clothing over tho lino from the British
provinces. Wildes ls one of a party whoso
operations have been to send an agent
traveling through tho Northwest tak
ing orders for clothing at very
low rates. Orders thus received
were scut to tho Ontario clothing manu
factures, and then by tho aid of half
breeds and whites smuggled over the
Nrw OnLKAKS, La, November 0.
Advteea from Tiilbodearrx say ai elaven
o'clock Friday night a fire broko out in
Dnpaty's Hotel, which resulted hi tho de
struction of the entire business part of
the village of Napoleonvlllo, Including
Masonic Hall, Odd Fellows Hall, and
many stores aad residences. Tho only
important buildings saved were the Court
house, Parish Jail, Cuthollo Church and
Episcopal Church. Captain J. B, Whlt
tlugton, a prominent lawyer, perUhod In
tho flames. Total loss, f 200,000; Insur
ance, 9 60 000.
Down to 810.50.
KdwTori, November 10. FLrst-clafls
passenger rates to Chicago were reduced
this morula to $10.50 by tho Erie, Wat
I ghara and fcrfcawuiiA Koadstt4 tho
Thin powder never
vnrle.. A marvel of purity,
and whulesomenen. More economical
than ordinary kind, and cannot bo sold in com
petition with the mnltimdo of low teat, abort
weight, alum o (iho.phate powder., gold only
In can.. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
100 Wall Btreet, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
-!! W. 0. Cary.
always on hand.
'Tearso in readi-
No. 12 Gtli St., Cairo", m
Manufacturer and Dealer In
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Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
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Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
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Manufacturer and Dealer In
8ih Street, botween Com'l Ave. il Levee. . .
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ALL KINDS OP AMTJNITION.
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HBNflY K. TAYLOR. Muter.
UKOUUK JOBKo. Clerk.
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