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T11K DAILY CAIRO UULM'JTIN. WEDNESDAY MO UN I NO, NOVKMHKIt
ST. IMS SHOE STORE.
No. 101 Commercial & Gtii,
Are still lio leaders in well made boots
anil shoes at low prices. We have in
stock some of the best makes of shoes,
besides many solid bargains. Have just
received a full line of Children's and
Misses' Spring Heel Shoos in oil grain,
oil goat and prime kid.
Men's Good Calf Boots, - - $2-511
Men's Rals and But tun London Toe, 2 00
Men's Buckle Shoes, ixooil ones, - 1.50
Misses' Sclio d Shoes, well made, - 1.25
Children's Button Shoes, II to 10i - 1.00
ttTDon't forget our 82.50 Kid and Oil tioat Shoes
for Ladies. They nrc the Koss.
FJIE DAILY BULLETTX
OFFICIAL PAPEIt OF1 ALEXANDEK COUNTY
ENTF.I1EI) AT THE CAIIIO rOSTOFPICK Foil
l'K ANSMISSION THROUGH TIJK MAI1.9 AT
SECOND CLASS HATES.
TV ANTED I.nrtle and Rent cm n in city or
' ' conn y t take li);ht work nt ihuir own ho e,
$3 to $4 a day mtily made: work pent by mil;no
canvasslnir. We have rood demmd for ou work
and turnlh at-a v emnliivment Addreim. v. lib
ftamp, C'KOWS MFG. COM PAST, itH Vln-St.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 11-ll-liu
TTANTED- Hood while Rlritocook and do cn
" eiai housework for mull family. Onod woeea
and permanent home for ilmt-claK wrt'nn. Ap
ply at L. D. Baylcy'i residence, on Wdsliinirton
avenue, below Fourth etio t. tit
LOK SALE -Onfl lnrgc cuuuun stove. Apiilv ut
The Bulletin efflco.
tfOK SALE-Dayd-rk jump-nat f urr.'v. lint price
7 $', new, gcd Joh, lor!5il. Inquire of E A.
lj"JK SALE. Uaydock Phaeton, new. lif-t nrlco
for 13i. Inquire of E. A. liuruett, Bulk'-
UOR 8 LE. Two cottat'en oi 8'ith street tioir
x Poplar, and onecottajjs oa Poplar above 25th
itreet, at a bargain,
tf M. J. IIOWLEY, U;al Estate Aiiont.
U R RRNT R't'ldcnce pnperty of Col. Ja. 8.
A Una dou on Fiflee'ita mruut. Hons coutiilnn
tun roomt, tns all needed couv ulmcjs and la iu
ood condition uene-ally.
M.J. dOWLET, lal Estate Ajjent,
UURSISUEDKOOMs-T'i rent, corner of Ww.li
iuntoj Ave and Eleventh St. vtr. V KHKLL-
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
The dark nights are with it.
S.iin'l P. Wheeler at The lUUlhy.
The city is quiet an 1 progressive.
The pope create 1 nine new cardinal.'.
The tide is turning. Hd," your D.uby
hats at A. Marx. :)t
Nothing doing in police court. Ju dge
Coining! is happy.
Blains and Loan's maj irity in Illi
nois is about 22,01)0.
Lizzie May Ulmer ut tlie opera house
to morrow evening.
N. R. Wheat, of St. Louis, regi.-toreJ
on Monday at The Ualiiday.
Lizzia May Ulmer handles the charac
ter of "Did's Girl" with spirit and ability.
Call at Cumliff's and see the jumbo
potatoes just in fnm New York. 2t
The circuit court cuveneJ yesterday
for the disposition of the civil and criminal
R. Gran, agent for the English opera,
Now York, registered Monday at The Ho
liday. The steamer Mitmetouku arrive yes
terday with a tow of rock.
Silk and cajsimere plug h its made to
order at A. Marx's, Ct Ohio levee. m
-First-class passenger rates from New
York to Chicago to were further icdticc i
-The secretary of war denies tho rumor
that Gen. Sheridan has been ordered to
Still they are coming all i-hapes of
Stetson hats at A. Marx's, 61 Ohio levee. 3
, The Iowa congressional delegation in
cludes three Bitnon pure democrats and one
The official majority for Ctevduud in
Florida is 4141, with two very small coun
ties yet to hear from.
Diver and Armor of Capt. Hiram
Hill's can be secured by applying to Major
E l. Halliday on wharf boat No. 2. tf
Tom Thumb's will was probated at
Plymouth, Mass. It showed a balance over
all debts of 10,432.
Dick Durben, colored, was up befoio
city court yeiu-rday fr disorderly conduct
nd fined 3 and costs.
A. Marx is the only merchant in
outhern Illinois who has a hat cotifirmator
to makfl any sty 1 ,r hut to order. 3t
Peter Ltuner, an oxprewt messeuger,
was killed t Casey, 111., while hoisting in
miking a running switch.
Tin weather will be quite changeable in
December, with occasional flurries of enow.
Make a note of this.
Tho natiouaj cotton exchange esti
mates tho cotton crop of the United States
for the current year at 0,720 buh s, or a
trifle larger than last year. There is a
large decrease in the Tens yield, caused
by the prolonged drouth.
Louisville, Ky. a big fir The Lou
isville and Nashville freight depot burned
on the 9th inst.; loss, $35,000.
J. R. Reed's new fru'ite building, cor
ner of Twelfth street and Railroad iivciiue,
is about ready for occupitinn,
The British fnmi.hi.-c bill pas.-e d the
house of commons in committee of the
whole and the nstilf was greeted with
Tammauy met and it was charged
that the county democracy trvled oil'
Cleveland for vo'es for their local candi
- The charming little ac'ress, Lizzie
May Ulmer, in her delightful character,
"Dad's Girl," at the opera house to-nioirow
Wanted Immediately tit this effiee a
man to solicit advertisements for a book on
commission. Lots of money evi be made
by the right man.
Atty.-Gu. O'Diieu, of New York, in a
speech at Waterloo, Paid that no party or
set of men could s'eil t'.e electoral vote of
the Empire state.
Uusiuess with tli etoren is improving.
Tho merchauts now have in their fall and
winter stock and are ready to wait on ev
erybody in want.
The Mobile & Ohio railroad olTice is
draped iu mourning. Col. Gabriel Jordan,
vice-president and general manager of the
road died on Monday.
Senator E Iniuudb' liike .vannn' ss caus
ed Maine to lose a great many votes iu Ver
mont. The tattoed man's plurality is 4S1J
votes behiud that of Garfield.
Just received at New Yoik fctore two
cars New York Slate Apples sud Potatoes,
finest in the market, at lowest prices. Tel
ephone us for price. New Yoik Store. 10
The carpeaterp, plasterers and laborers
are all pushing the completion of IVter
Neil's new hotel, on the levee. It is well
located for biuinoos, and will make an im
posing appearance from the river front.
There will be a horse-race at the paik
next Saturday at 2 o'clock p. in. the best
three in five between ' Bell of the West,"
of Cairo, and "Sleepy Jim," of Shawnee,
- The democracy of Albany had a (;rand
celebration Monday evening. Gov. Cleve
land witnessed the parade Irom the execu
tive chamber windows. The president
elect received mauy inme congratulatory
As far as he-ird from the Illinois leys
lature stands a lie on joint ballot, with two
or tnree doubtful districts to be heard from
said to be iu favor of the democrats. Tho
next legislature will electa successor to
Mr. E. A. Burnett and wife left on tho
steamer Gus Fowler on Monday. They are
oil on a short visit to the country and will
return iu a few days, refreshed after the fa
tigue and rush of bninefls which an elect
ieu always brings to editors and news
Miss Lizzio May Ulmer at the opera
house to-morrow evening, we are promised
something in tho way of acting, not al
ways obtainable in towns the size of Cairo.
She nas made a hit in her new idav "Did'a
Girl," which is rapidly winning her fame
Tho old pump collar at the intersect
ion of Tenth street and Ohio levee is being
rapidly tilled up to grade. It w ib once
something of au institution, and would
throw out tho water at the rate of a thous
and gallons or mnru per minute. It pump
ed the revenue out of the treasury about as
fast as the water.
lion. Rosens Conkling has offered his
professional services to the national demo
cratic committee ami to the btalo commit
tee of New Yoik in tho event of any legal
complications that may grow out of tho
count of the votes. Ho waa in consulta
tion with tmiuenl democratic lawyers Mon
day last at the Honaii hoUe.
Hon. Oar Turner, of Ballard county,
Ivy., independent catmidato for re-cleclioti
Irointho Gibraltar district, was beaten by
bis opponent, Capt. Stone, the n-ular dem
ocratic nominee, by ,it,.nit 3000 votes, and
with the termination ol tho present congress
will retire from political strife,' until there
is ano her opportunity to Hhy his beaver in
to the ring. Mr. Turner is in the city to
day and is stopping at Tho llallidny.
Tho sky on yesterday morning was ovi r
cisl with clouds. Too smoku and foLr lift
ed lazily over tho wati r, indicating n fall
iti 'urometi'ic pressure, which ill likely
b in,' rain before many days, and in iv lu
T. p- id- ii upon with a fair certainty aa a
fu n;e weather indicator. These obi signs
iue ''oinded upon long and patient ,.,,jeiv.
-The following geutlnmi-n weio re,'i
teed at The II illiday ou Monday: I). L.
II iwkins, of Charleston, M.; II. I. H,l;i
diy, New York; J. B. Dillon an wile,
Joneb ro, G. S. Cirny, Philadelphia; II.
A. Kennedy, Chicigo; R A. Stanley, p,,lu
cih; R. II. McDowell, lirazd; J. II. S.
O.i'Hg, Evansville; W. Ihnleson, Gra.'.d
-Thcie aie niiirly tw bun in I in .re
..-. ... i . i .i
voieix, ,m ri. io man tiial many tion-v. leis
in the city than there was three jcus ngo
when tho c.ty was having ix'cjtioi.al
property and business booming. Willi
that if 100,000,00') n w locked i"tho tre.-,s-tiry
pai I out, am) u restoration of coi.il
de.ico in business circles Cairo will take
inch a start as will make old croakers oj en
their cy. s in ii-toui-hment.
- Desimoni a's new business block u t e
corner of Sixth ami Commcrcbd is al.-.ut
completed, and various parties are begin
ning :o irove in. A candy and fruit Mand
will occupy the rear to ui. 'Ihe IV n;t
teems intended, fro.n the signs airead.' in
the windows, will bj a saloon; and th.r
kinds of btbimss will occupy the ceotr d
rooms truuting on Six'h. The bnildli g
makis a neat and showy appearance.
Up to the hour of going to pte-,s n 'th
ing definite has bien heard from the cw.
vassing boards in New York, and We lile
requested to sat that the Committee having
in charge the Cleveland and Hendricks
demonstration have, in view of this fact,
.1.,,.: i . i . , . ti
ueii'iun iu u'iuij ir.,1 1 iv postpone Uie ileOl-
ou-tration, As si) m as the cmiva.-ti.-.g
boards coti.plete their labors, due in t.c
wiil I); given of the time of tie demoiiMia
lion. New York t i- lv is not Loui-iana ,.,,r
Florida in 1S70. T'i.e vote ot New Yoik
will lie cist as it has been polled, for
(irover Chvelind, or it will nd beca-t at
all. In either event, Cleveland will be the
next president. Elkins and Jones, Daven
port, O'Brien and Blaine, will probably
make a contest over the legality ol'somo .,f
the returns. This is the only contest thev
will make. Peace loving men of oil r:it s
u d fear no violence. There wiil no
war, and justice will prevnil. - L iiiirvill-
course of the river. Really the entire in
convenience to Ciir.i w is more than ofT.-et
iu value by tK. , J it i. m d knowledge ,nl
cxperiiii.cn acquired i,s to how hi - h the
river tmie cet once or twice in a eentiay,
With t'e- knowledge niqubcd from Ihe
Ohio Ho , f KSdl, enabliiiir the city to
make improvements with reference to a
high water mark not known lcf..p.
Another or any number of them can make
slight liilfeiencti beyond Hie llt'et upon the
bottom lainla ami I'arins along ih,. livers
a id the trade which wouid lm dimini , ed
wiih t!i t hiilloriTH win do their tndin,' in
ihi.st'ity. In ihat wiy her bnsui 'S. m'glit
be u.Oicted s iinu what in comm m with nth.
er places. Only this and nothing more.
A fcooii ui ny bncl; and plank sidcwulkit
h ive been made either wh illy new or the
old oimm lepiiited in iiilf lent part (f the
ci'v, mad rially adding not only tu the ,.,..
cral ippiMr tnee of tbiii't, tl r nghou! the
city, but Veiy iniieh I i the solid ivniboit
ind convenience of po,er!riaiisiuor! es
pecially whenever the street.- become, mud
dy and unlit for such imi, hs they ,1 , iu r
a rain. It is now s"- mI weeks we In-lit ve
since an or linant'e was pas-ed by the citv
ci U scil Ti quiring new walks ti be placed
on Ohio Levee atieet from Fourth to Eiolph,
there nre S'.veral very unsi-htly sections
of W.lll within the designated il i-t i it .
tht oti.Jit to b. put in proper condi, ion
as tvij died without iieedle.-s or uiinecfS'iry
d lay. Ho se give to the wbcle a ragged
api'taranc" and prevent the pub ie fr.m
getting the full benefit of ih it which i al
ready in good slr.pe, to sny tmlhing i f tl e
nnpre.-sioiis l.kely to In: made upon visiiois
and strangers who puss along the princi
ple thoroughfare flouting the water. The
weather a! present is all that cul-l be de
sired f..r Completing the impr v im nt nr
deifd. and tin ( ss taken tol
vaniage of it a.i 1 i, t .ken,
the woik m iy have to b dot. wh. n tho
u-ual wintry w- nt..er with the aecunpaoy .
no nt of ci id wind, ice ;.n i ;'ro5 sets in.
Tim above docs riot (Xhaus! the whole
i umb'-r ot 'good rens an forc.iilng atten
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M. Wi:U.i;i; ,tW)X. Props.
Courier-J ourn al.
Tho stafe convention of tiie mamgers
of the mutual n'se.-smont companies of pli
tnis was held at the Grand P.cih'e hotel a
few days ago, J. A. Stoddard, of Chicago,
presiding. Ab ut forty RrS icia'ion were
represented, and they reported a total mem
ber-hip in the sta'e of .'100,000. The best
methods of preventing I'rtu luient acts and
Colluision between applicauis, ollicers and
medical examiners, and the most iff-ctive
means of collecting a.as's.uents, were tho
subjects for discucsio, i. A committee w as
created consisting of C 1. E. T. Pheljis of
Galesburg, J. W. McCiu'ev of Bl-'omin'-ton,
and I). C. Chase of i hicago with power
to investigate and instiuctions to rejiort
upon existing frauds or any that may bo
committed before the next annual conven
tion. The following ( ll'uers were elected
for tho ensuing rear: Piesi dent, J. A.
Stoddard, of Chicago; vice-president, Thos.
Lewis, Cairo; secretary and treasurer, J. W.
.McCauley, of lilooinington, The next an
nual cunventio i wiil lu held at Biootning-ton.
The lion. 15. F. Hutler.
Late dispatches from New York veiy
clearly indicate the moving cause and true
iuwardni ss of the claims made by the chair
man of the republican national committee
that Blaine has been sleeted. Blaiuo tele
graphed to claim everything New Yoik,
Indiana, New Jerscy,Virginia, North Caro
lina and Florida ami like tho leaves in
autumn, one by one their hopes and claims
have fallen, and now their last lingering
ray is in New York. Field, G mid and
thousands of republicans can scarce con
ceal their nni'tz 'iiient at tho hu Unity hint
never hesita'es or falters, The committee
is now held in line iu New York solely by
lho force of Mr. Blaine's will. But, effort
to excite and stimulate his partisans must
fail. Actions speak louder limn bravado
and bluff and clearly indicate their own
lack of confidence in the pretense put forth.
They intend to claim all and will probably
continue lo do so until tho voto has been
ufflcially declared by tho state canvassing
board it Albany, In hopes that something
may help them out which us yet nobody
knows or has heard of-a miraculous inter
position of providence In behalf of the
G. O. P.
Tho rivers are quite low for tho season,
and are quite likely to remain below a
medium stage until in December, when (he
winter rains set in. Tho probabilities are
we need not look for several years, and long
before, in tho uaual courso of nature, we
again have a regular old-fashioned high
water many will havo almost lorgntten tho
flood of the Ohio in iaS4, which destroyed
more property and did more damage, jjener
ally to the towns and cities along its bunks
than had been caused by water for tho fifty
preceding years. Cairo and a few other
cities escaped uuhaimed and without dam
hgo as compared to most places along the
It is forutitte f r mankind that inture
8' 1 1 'in .iu; 1 C'.ies Ler mona'.r 'sities. In
all the fifty or sixty uuili ms of people jn
this country there is but one Hriijunin F.
Butler. To a peculiar an i defective phys
ique is united im ntal and moral qualities
tquully sinking. With the face of a har
lequin be has the political morals of a buc
caneer. He has been cinctured nttener
th m any living man, und however poorly
done it would be impoi-iblc to mi-tike the
person intended for any other animd that
had ever liv.d ord.ed upon the earth. Like
Henry IV he cam into this bieailnr.g
woi Id but half made up, and m if to make
s im; recompense to him, nature yave the
wisdom of the si rp. nt united to the cun
ning of the f. x.
In his pur'y t,ni,:ntii'r,s he waits not tin
invitation or an introduction, but tak'8 a
front seat at his own request. By turns a
democrat, republican, Iree-sniler, green
Lacker, reformer an I workingman, he has
been a Judas to each of th. m whenever the
shekels of s Iver have been in sigh', bis
treachery has not failed to betiay his asso
ciates. A political Octopus whose eld ami
slimy embrace is the lorerunner of disas
ter to whatever conies within reach.
We feel thankful to know that it is now
quite certain ho has at last played out and
survived his opportunity lor evil. His last
love, the workingim n, are in little danger
of further imposition from bis overtures
should they be effete 1. So f ir as the dem
ocrats are concerned, they make no claims.
But if there is any doubt about i', in con
sideration :, the very kind ami disditer
ested t ffortB of tho republican press, to fur
nish him ns au available democratic candi
date in the Chicago convention in June
last to the d' ln icracy of the nation, we will
makolliema quitclaim asiigntnent of nil
right and interest of, in or to the political
carcass of tho Hon. Benj F. Bit'ler. We
believe it would add very much to the won
der of the republican museum of defunct
renegades, een if it did not put the insti
tution upon a paying basis. Right this
way, gentlemen, here's your wonderful Octopus,
Counting Cleveland's Plural
In each of the sixty counties of New
York statu tho CJiinty boards of canvassers
met Monday 1 1 make up tho official report
of last Tuesday's election. These hotrd.a
aro coinpisel, in each county, of super
visors or, in their absence, of tho assessors.
Their report is made from tho returns sent
up by the inspectors of all tho wards ami
towns in the county- -tho same returns
which have been so carefully verified by
tho four great daily newspapers of New
York city, and which show Cleveland to
have been honestly t lectu I by a plurality of
1,200 to 1,900 votes. Upon these ward and
town returns tho Albany Argus, democrat
ic, and tho Alb my Journal, republican, also
figure a plurality of 1,000 for Cleveland.
The men who malui tho state election re
ports for tho daily newspapers of New
York city and Albany aro probably tho
mont expert aud best informed political
A. .:. J3UDER,
S1KU I A I,
Holiday -:- Presents!
Coltl, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
P L A. T K 1 V A U
; " .Musical Instruments. St I.ouis Prices Implicated.
101- Commercial Ave, - - - CAIRO, ILL-
Japanned 'Merlin and Ajjjate "Ware,
liiid Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers k Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Admin i Westluke Oil. (iasolinc and Gas Moves, Detroit
."life Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking1 Cultivators,
( iin Shellers, Planters, Ptc., Etc.
ios. 27 &
CAT I iO, 1 11.
sta'i-ticians in tlie world. If there were
any seii .tis friul or error in the town,
ward or county returr s. it would have been
discovered d .ys ag . The simple fact that
the New Yoik Tiibune alone of all the
leading newsp ipers of the state claims a
plurality 'or IJ aine is coiiclunivu that the
man of M line has heem beaten. The Trib
une is nothing, if not paiti-aii.
T io state of New York, north of Harlem
brid (, is largely republican, and most of
the c U'ities have cast suiill plurality for
B hi c. ' he canvassing b iards, in a maj
ority . I tlie countit.tf, Will, theiel'ore, be
composed of republican officials, but the
law prescribing their duties is ho explicit
and the c-juiU a il I be si c'o.sely watched
that iq en Ir tu I or pvti dity 8etn ini)os
sible, In Ihc', in canvassing the town and
ward returns the defies of tlie county
boards nre aini 'St wholly clerical. If cr
ro's or iiis:otis clearly appear in any
Bta'enn nt the county bo .id is required to
Send the Earn", oy one of their ow n mem
bers, to the inspectors and canvassers of the
town or ward iu which it originated for
correction. I hose low u ami war t uupi'C
tors are required, Ihvrt upon, to assemble
and make such correction a the facts re
quired; bur, says the law, they "nihil not,
at sueb meeting, change or alter nny deci
sion b fnie made by them, but shall only
cause their canvass to bo correctly stated."
Under this law the county boards havo lo
more power to change a t-ingle figure in
the town and ward returns than they have
to alter the constitution of the United Sta
tes. If there aie cleiioal trrors they must
beconee.ted by tho town and ward ofllcers;
but il such errors existod, they would long
since havo been discovered by the eaget
searchers of tho New York press. The
record is made up and it mu.-t stand.
The returns as certified by the county
boards aro S' lit, by m.-.sungers, to Albany
and pass under the control of the slate
board of canvassers, which meets on Wed
nesday, the l'Jth inst.
(JAIRO OPKRA HOUSE.
Ono Nifirht Only.
THURSDAY, NOV. 13.
Kn 'iii'i mcnt of iliu Universal Ka orite,
Lizzie 3Iay Ulmer!
ami flr-t prndnctinii at thia tlicat'ti of the New
Kin,'!mo liimitstlc Cntncdv Drama, writtt-n
expioHly fur MI..H rimer l,y Mr. K. J.
Srtii.'tz, i tititlcd
A Piny of the Times!
Full of' sironer Situations!
Pure in Scii'iment!
Ilicli in Humor!
ami Crisp in Dialogue 1
hj' Mr. .t.ilin J. liruliumt
i WAdnita-lon 5 and
Served sen in ut lluder'a.
75c i gallery iTc. Ho
"L", tiie poor Indian!" tramping ubout
in all kinds of weather, an I il.ung with
cold. Won't snnio good Bsmatitan send
him a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup?
(JAIKO OPKKA li.OUSR
SATURDAY, NOV. 15
'1 ho L.'iutrhing Kvont!
GORTON'S 4 OKIGINAl
New Orleans Minstrels
Entire New Features!
Positively Kcllpse nil Tast Kllorts!
Grand SpecUcular Ml Itury Drill I
Uliidiator rutnbiit Clog I
Mammoth Ming and I'ance!
Piuitoniiino in B'ack!
Tlo runniest of all Afterplucus, entitled
THE DAY BEFQRETHE WEDDING
YTAdiiilsslon, Bil uml TS cents. Oallsry, SB
cunia. beau aucurcd at liudur's.