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THE DAILY CAIHO HULLET1N: SATIMIHAV MOUSING,' MAY 4, 1S78.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL rAI'ER OF THE CITY AND COINTV.
Tims. Xali.y, Editoh.
roil st.te rr.r rr.Kn.
EDWARD L. CHoNKKlTE. of sitepht'rj'im.
( UTEKINTTVIlKST nr nBI.I'- IS-TritCTIOS,
f AMl'EL JI. ETTEK. of V Lisa.
Dh. Helmuold is crazy again.
The situation in Eunice remains un
changed. Gou) 1003' ur"' stcaIy, in "Wall street
A tax of $100 each is to lie placed on
The Sun has our thanks for its kind
words of Thursday evening.
The Queen has been encouraged in her
disposition to engage Russia in war ly
L Edison, the great inventor the telephone
aud phonogrnpli man was at one time a
hay telegraph office hoy at Memphis.
AfsTiHA is watching and waiting over
the Inirder, hoping to gather in territorial
spoils in the event of a European difficulty.
The mysterious and fatal explosions, in
a nunilier of mills in Minneapolis yester
day, will awaken wide-spread comment and
The men who permitted Mr. Tilden 'to
lie swindled out of the presidency are now
anxious to throw him oiF the presidential
truck of 19 SO.
F The New York Herald says that a little
St. Louis girl saves her pennies hy swallow
ing them. JJut she docs not save them in
this way, for after swallowing she passes
(iov. C'l i.i.oM, al'tiT aiti'inliiiu' the nieet
:i:g of the 1! puiilieun Mate Central IVm
inittei', at Chicago, un 'Wednesday last,
visited the in.-ane asylum at Elgin. He
liid not take the committee with him. Its
lii'.inlieis are Mill at lai 'e.
Mil. J. K. Mame, Stat..- Printer Expert,
has commenced a lihcl suit aaiu-t Gen.
John M. Palmer, as editor of th State Reg
ister, laying his daman s at $25,000. Hu
intends to also sue suiiii'li.jdy else in u few
days; and then, if he likes it, he will go
into thclmsinesH permanent'1'.
Mil. Thomas H. Pnri.i.n'f, Eso.it., of An
ivi, is a candidate for r preventative in the
next general ass.-mlily, Mjljcet to the de
cision of the RcpuMieiin convention. Mr.
Phillis is a very intelligent gentleman,
and would make an unexec ptionalile Ke
;i.:!.!!c;.ri innnlier of the legislature.
The (Imrehman says it is expected that
tl.e coeerMion of It.-v. Alexander I'trgi-s,
I). D., lii-hop elect i if the Diocese of Quiucy,
will take place at Christ's Church. Sprimr
field, Mas-achUsetts. M iy 13, the l:i,p f
Kentucky prcsidin;: mid tin-lii.lmp of Cen
tral New York delivei
Mil. L. I'i.e.v, Circuit ( ink of Pu
!.;ki county, will jir!.il-!y i- ' civ tljo hum-
il.Ution l,' t. lJ..,!,i,.u ,;,-ty J),),
(Jrt.nd Division for dirk of th- Appellate
court, lie will I,. a !i'oiica;rlidate; lun,
with John i. Human it the Democratic
crrni'il'iti', he (in n '.cried under a ma
jority of at least ten thois:;nd la!lot.
Mil. Joi; J', pinains, of Mnrphysl.uro.
Jiu kson county, I, us h, . named us u ossi
!.! Itepuhiicun cindidnti' fir Ch rk of the
Appellate Court of tl.i Grand DiviMoii. Jo.
is log inottgh to Ii in id : intu ut l,,nst two
clerks. He weio, tliree hundred pounds,
mid one clerk has no ri'lit, in law or c'piitv,
to exceed one hundred and fifty pounds in
At the meeting of the State Central Com
mittee, held ut Chicago May 1, it was de
tided to hold the Republican rit itu coin in-
thiii Juno 20. A cooing intercourse, is now
in process lietween the Republicans nnd
Nationals, mid it is not among the itnpossl
hilities that Gen. Rites, the candidate of
the Nationals, may he also uoniinated hy
the Rcpuhlicans. He has heen n Rcpulili
can, and still sympathizes with that party
on all political (piestion, excepting the n'n-
Tin: executive committee of the Demo
cratic State committee held a meeting at
Springfield on the 1st in-t. There were
present Hon. T. V. McNeely, of Menard,
chairman: Maj. A. Orendortf, of Sangamon,
secretary, and Messrs. AY. A. C'Hhran, of
Shelby; J. B. Irwin, of Tazewell, and J. M.
Rush, of Pike. -The meeting," the State
Register say, -was held for consultation
rather than action, and no definite steps
were decided upon, but it was agreed to
Md an early meeting at a date yet to be
fixed, when the campaign will bo vigorous
MR. HARTZELL AND THE SOUTH
ERN YAR CLAIMS QUESTION.
The Republicans damn a Democrat if he
d.vs, and damn him if he doesn't. If a Dem
ocrat says nothing ou the subject of South
ern war claims, they jump to the conclusion
that he is anxious to bankrupt the national
treasury by paying all the money iu it to
the Southern people who have no right to a
penny; but, when a Democrat declares that
he is opposed to the payment of such
claims, all the Republican newspapers im
mediately denounce him as an arrant dema
gogue. The Nashville (111.) Journal, dis
cussing Mr. William Hartzell's proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the Unit
ed States forbidding the payment of South
ern war claims, in the most uncompliment
ary phrase, calls that gentleman one of the
most blatant demagogues iu Congress.
'He knows perfectly well," says the Jour
nal, '"that no such proposition will ever
secure the support of three-fourths of the
State legislatures, hut he is in a very close
district one that sent more soldiers into
the army than any other in the State and
he hopes to make some home cajrital by
" It is unnecessary to say that this is very
unfair criticism. Mr. Hartzell happens to
believe, as the Journal man (Ik's, that
Southern war claims should not be1 paid,
and, to give emphasis to this belief, pro
poses a constitutional amendment forbid
ding the payment of them. He probably
knew that his amendment could not be
adopted that, in no possible way, could
it secure the approval of the requisite num
Ikt of states ; but this is no good reason why
he should not have proposed it. The states
man of convictions docs not stop to consid
er whether legislation he believes neces
sary to the well-fare of the state will be
adopted; and history proves that very often
suggested legislation that would have result
ed in blessings to the people, has been defeat
ed and those suggesting it hooted by
foolish or dishonest men.
Mr. Hartzell understands the temper of
the. the voters upon the Southern war
claims question, and can well ulTbrd
to endure the abuc of pretended friends
and open enemie.
MR. RUHR'S HOPE.
Mr. J. Gill Burr, of Murphysboro, Jack
son county, is an amiable gentleman of
a good temper and a very bald head. His
most prominent weakness is a disposition
to indulge in the pleasure of hope. He
likes them. They are a consolation to him
in his darkest hours. They follow him in
his walks about Murphysboro eat with
him and sleep with him. Without the
pleasures of hope he would Ik; miserable.
The other day they accompanied him to
Chicago and broke limse in a little speech
he made, at the Grand Pacific Hotel, to the
Republican State Central Committee. When
the Eighteenth Congressional District was
called, Mr. Burr rose upon the committee
ami said that the Republicans would carry
this district at the approaching election.
He said the Republicans would do this, but
he meant that he hoped they would. Hi
certainly did not pretend to predict
the future with certainty, because he
is neither a prophet nor the sou of one.
But, we do not regret to say, that Mr. Burr's
hope will be disappointed. We are enough
of a prophet t ) make this assertion with
much emphasis. The fate of Capt. Clem
cuts and Col. Wiley awaits the Republican
candidate for Congress in t'.iis district this
fall, lie cannot be elected. The amiable
Hon. Wm. J. Allen; or the energetic, Hon
F. E. Albright: or the pushing Hon. J. M
Washburn; or the sure-footed Win. Hart
Zell; or the never t'ring Hon. William Miir
phy ; or the pcrs vering Hon, Win. A. Lent
ma; or the any other Democrat iu the dis
trier, can defeat any Republican that may
be put up against him, In his not exceed
ingly hopeful moments, Mr. J. Gill nun-
knows this to be a fact.
REPUBLICANS WHO WANT
The gentlemen desirous of obtainin
the nomination of the Republican party
for State Treasurer tire: General Allen C
Fuller, Belvidere ; Thomas S. Ridgway.
Slmwneetown ; John T. Peters, fcpringh'eld
Gen. .I.C. Smith, Freeport; E. C. Ham
Durgner, j-pniigiicM ; lion. Washington
Bushuell, Ottawa. The chances tiro in
favor of Mr. Thomas S. Ridgwuy, iilthougl
Mi. E. C. Hanilfurgher and Mr. John T
Peters are vurking very actively among the
people. General J. C. Smith would make a
popular candidate and might give Mr
Cronkrite- much trouble t secure un election,
but there is no danger of his nomination. Ho
was a soldier, and is'now sull'ei ing from the
effects of severe wounds, received in de
lense ot his country. Of late years, the
Republicans ot Illinois do not nominate sue!
nun lor offices. They waste their love
ot the soldier in many protestations of af
fection for him, and nominate skillful poli.
tieians who "never ct ft squadron in the
field nor the divisions of a battle knew.'
They denounce the Democrats for bad
treatment of men like Gen. Shields and
slaughter soldier-members of their own
party without remorse. Smith was a sol
dier. Smith will not be nominated by tin
Republicans for State Treasurer.
mi .-iiperinieniicni u ruonc in-lruction
the following-named gentlemen have been
suggested: Professor W. C. Powell, of
Aurora; .Henry L. Boltwood, Princeton,
Bureau County; Professor S. H. White, Pe
oria; Dr. Nevins, Jacksonville; A. Mc
Laughlin, Springfield; Dr. R. C. Ross, Car
liondalc, and Ron. Newton Bateinan, Gales-
IRISH ALLIES OF EUROPE.
A mysterious Ru-sian vessel has appear
ed in the port of New York and curiosity
is suggesting her mission. It is said the
vessel brought to America agents of the
Czar charged with the duty of enlisting
Irish volunteers and fitting out Irish man
ned vessels to prey upon British commerce.
An arrangement has been made so the ru
mor goes by which Ruasia will secure a
corps of between fifty and sixty thousand
Irish men who will take the field against
England when the first gun has lwen fired.
O'Donovan Rossa, the great Fenian, said, on
the 2d inst., that one hundred thousand of
his countrymen could be placed in the field
witlcn a fortnight, and when the time came
for them to strike there would e music in
the air. Gen. Burke says that the Irish
Nationals will strike at the proper time,
and that the battle will not be fought in
Canada. "We will fight," he said, "on
Irish soil." From "signs in the air" we are
led to the conclusion that there will be
Irish music in the air if England and Rus
sia come to blows.
BRIEF GENERAL NOTES.
John Taylor, Mormon,, gets 44"5,000 a
year iu tithings ; which is almost equivalent
to tithings of great joy.
The Prince of Wales is in Paris, and
things will go on decent Ij and in order if
he has his wnv and Alexandra's.
The Louisville i Ivy.) News says that Aaron
Suit's dueling pistols are preserved in that
ity, and that they have been tw-d with
fatal effect in eleven personal encounters.
Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth is deserib-
l as ti c "modest and unassuming author
f sixty-cirht novels.' The old lady ought
to retire and give the young gins a
ffix thousand person have already applied
o the commissioner of pensions, claiming
relief under the act f granting pensions to
the survivors of the war of 11 2.
James Freman, colored, at one time
peakerofthc South Carolina gencr.il as
sembly, has peen engaged to play the part
of a field hand in Uncle Tom's cabin. He
understands the part perfectly.
Rev. Dr. D. F. Teft, well known as a
former eloquent Methodist clergyman, and
once settled in IJoston, has been indicted by
the Grand Jury at liangor for fraud. It is
alleged that lie sw indled a loan out of hi
farm and other property.
Richard Grant White is about six feet
in height, and has a martial bearing.
And he walks Rroadway like an active,
transitive verb looking down on a rabble
of adverbs and prepositions and other insig
nificant parts of speech," says a New York
At Waco, Texas, everybody who wished
to pay 10 cents for tickets voted for May
queen, and voted early, htte and often. A
Miss Join s received Si.lO l votes, and was
elected. A local charity made 1,2!j) by
this novel method of selecting a May
Some of the Ma-s;ichnsett.s villagers are
attempting to solve the tramp question.
When a tramp puts in mi appearance he is
lodged and breakfast -d at the c. pel)-'; of
the villag-, and the.) put to work by the
village "Improvement Association,'' lawn
makinir, roiid-lllling. ditch-digging, etc-
The tramp are thus made to earn their
bread, besides cultivating (esthetic tastes
A .SKwTierinan eh.Hi will bo opened on
the liist of May, 1s?s, ut the old German
school-house, ..ii Fourteenth street. Parents
wishing to s.-nd their children there can not
have a better oppnrtunitv, Also an evening
school will be opened. Ladies and gentle
men t ishing to learn the German or French
languages, will do well to take advantage
of this opportunity, Terms moderate, ae
cording to the times, For particulars ml
dress lock box P. M. Fuikdkiiicii,
Use Hoddor's Patent Rlott-r Pads in
your job printing. The newest thing out,
At hi Vr Manufactory, on Eighth
(street between Commercial Avenue and
Ohio Levee, John H. Robinson sells the
Celebrated Veteran Five-Cent Cigar, clear
Havana tiller, and the best Ten-Cent Cigar
in the city Starlight brand. Patronize
home industry by buying of Robinson,
S. S. Matson, the dealer in boots and
sh.v s, Washington aventie, between Eighth
and Ninth streets, advertises to sell cheap
for cash during the next thirty days. He
has good goods, as all his custom ;rs know,
and will do what he sr.ys he will. Try
A fe'.v more Door and Window S'rercs
at Imca-tcr & Rice's.
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Vi.L:'..:::o3 AtYi.ni. 'v.
a E!:!eli cie! N:u::
Dnr'n.' :!:,- t. xt TllilSTY DAYS I will - ': low
fur cn-h my l.irp.- is-or.ae.Lt of
FIXE ROOTS AND SlTOKS
j:os" ami yiiL TIIS' Goolis.
I.!. OF THE fiEsTirAI.ITV. ( nil :n.l Exam
iV in,.-!r Vti:r ii"". Ooti't F.iriM the I'l.e
(.KOI EES AND niMMIssiu.v MKlii HAN'T".
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OT OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN" POWDER ( OMl'T
W. Stiuttos. l uiru. T. IIikii. Mi-sonrl.
J ALU DAY lUiOTIIEKS,
GRAIN". FLOUR AND II AY.
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
Highest Cash Price Paid fur Wheat.
INKLE, THISTLE WOOD
Farmi.Ts' Tobacco Warehouse'
General Comiiiiioii Merchant'.
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Caik". I I.I.-.
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ICE! ICE! ICE!
J ACT Hi K LEE.
I- Low I'f J 1
To Fill Orders. Wholcile or Ijei.til, at
Orn't .n;j In: 11.,1-f; at Tai; i.'itr I;ki:m:hv.
HOOK AND I'AI'Eli.
1, F. TAIiKEK,
Citv Uook & Xews Store
A. i nt r ai Tin:
Mooiniiiu'ton jk-i- ami Iair
COM PAN V,
PRINTED WRAPPING PA Phi:,
laitd-r Ti ajs. El "..
For sale at Manufacturer-,' Prices.
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Uattfurii I'.O.i V.'li.ioiiIu.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. V. H.U.UliAY, I'lesi.l. iit.
II. I.. II A I.I.MIA V. VUvl'iv.Moi.:.
WALTEK HVsl.ul', Cashier.
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O. II. WILLIAMSON,
II. 11. CAS1JI.L.
Exchange, Coin ami United States) Bonds
I1UL1.1IT A NU SOLD.
I--j.f-It- rccvlvd ami a ;i-aeral luiikiiii! Iiusino-
LEXANDEU COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth street,
F. I'.liuss, l'r,..,,.,i.
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II. WM.I.s. ( iishl.-r.
T. J. KEItTll, A-siMiiut Ca-liinr.
t. IlpisJ, Cuiro: Willlmii Kin-.', ralro;
l'..t. r .N'.'ll'. 1 iiim: William Woii. Cairn;
A. sn-aiibi. Cairo; If. L. Ili!lin-.,-v, M. Luiil-:
h. Iln.l. r. C airn; F. II. llrii.kuntii. Si. Lutii.-;
II. Weil", C'ulro; J. V. C !ei:iMjii, Caleiioiiia.
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iV ill ii.l'i- s.ii.i (ii, il buujlii. lut . ri-s-t tutiij in t In
s.iin.'. liepartnieii!. t i 1 he I ioim uiailc ami uil
Ii i-;li. " Iirnillpllv lttlt'nrlir to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Cli.irt.-i. il March :(l, VAX
OFFICE IN CITY .NATIONAL RANK,
INTErn-T on ,-n'. Mar, h 1-t nml s, v.
t' ml" r !!. I:.t. r. -t imt ni.ilra:i I- i,;,,'i ttn
ri.e.li.it.'lv to tl.'- -r;i.. i ul of ti..; b ,utf, tln-rt-fiy
t'c. ii.; ttciu cuaiouaU ii,ttri.st.
r('liilir( ii and niarrie.l woiie n may (lejKit
iiinin'.v an J no one else can dra it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tp.kaki keh.
p'Sl'RANCE AGENCY OF
"Wells & Kektii,
Kovnl Tanailian ic-il.uar'i.'iMMi.I'Jd.
Ih-itWi America -f":
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Mr Oil 1
Mt.Ca rl ion,
1 'cytoiia Caniicl
CO A. L.
Ohh'lN (or Coril liv tilt nil'-lniul, ton or
111 ItJiir-wliiMiJ j'i.tl' wli 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 II t U'lilll lit ! V lit.
! teiulctl to. To huge consumers and all
j manufacturers ue arc prepared to sup.
: ply any quantity, hy the month or year,
! at uniform rales.
i etj . un m hurlii.mt. imt .,r mm ii sir.-et: nun I i
. iiniiiMiiv I'.i.iili.T-. ni'i.ii-it,' M. i inirii' ii"!.'::
l.'.'M il.in M 1 IU. Tu.'iiii.'tii sir.'i-i; C'ii.,1 Hiiaiii. t'eot
el 'I hlrtv n.-litli 'II... I. nr m-t nlllii' ilnwer M.
XEW YolIK STOHE,
WlKiI.KsAl.K AMI BF.TAII..
Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(iOODS SOLD YEHY CLOSE
( er. Mti. tei'iilli .lri'i-1 ami I
Cuiiniien litl Ae.,
C. O. I'ATIEIi ct CO.
Decorations lbr Antiijue Tot
tery, China, Glass and other
A'are; (JoM and Silver I-ajier,
Tissue and (Mazed Taper, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thieh, all Colors and
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, HariH,
Lyres and Crosses; 3fo. line
Colors; Wax Flower IiMrik
tion Hooks etc; Splints all
lengths White, Walnut, and
For all th?.-" go to I'ai clajV,
I!ald Heads, Attention!
Carboline at J Jaivlav'.
Tlain and Fanev Stationerv;
Tapateries in large Variety,
attractive for their Teauty,
Novelty and Superior Ouality;
-Mourning Tapeteries; Letter,
Note, F'ools and Legal Cap Ta
pers; Envelopes, Tens Pencils;
French, English and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Rubber Hands,
etc. If in Want don't buv un
til You have Seen and Triced.
For all tliee go to Barclays'.
Grav Hairs !
Xow'.s Your Chance !
Caruulink at Hakcl.uV.
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
ImiOl't'i1 niwl .lmiiiiiortll Pcj-
fumes at low Trices. Call and
For these in Original Bottles and in
Bulk, go to Barclay'.
DanilniirOut ! Ileirone !
Caidtolinc at i 'archiy.-.
If you want a little VaruMi,
Furniture TolMi, Linseed oil,
Tui'pentiiH'.White Lead, Taint
or Colors of anvkind.aWliite-
wash Ilnish, Taint or YarnMi
Ilribh, Stove T.lacking. Shoe
I resinir. Sewing .Machine nil,
or any of un Hundred other Articles
iu Daily l. go to Barclays' Brug
Store, cither on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, and Get What You
Want at Prlee to Suit the times.
Carboline lbr the Toilet.
Feather Dibters. Ostrich and
In very Large Variety and at Bottom
Prices. Ask and See at Barclay .
IJurclirvV iw tho I'kvee.
Huv vour Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Towder, Hromo Chloralum,
Now Is the Time mi these Goods to Imy
( lieup at Barelays',