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THE DAILY . CAIRO BULLETIN.
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AUGUSTA, - - - OA.
rif)cclfu!!)- Xolldl CoiiMigiimi'iiU of
provisions, produce.. fiitAiN and
-M KUCHA N DISK GEN ERA ELY,
M'O whlih will Bin- Mrcful nnd prompt nt-
P-n-ion. Tli'-j are pn-pured to nuke liheial
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE fi, 1878.
WATCHKS, JEWKI.UV, ETC
Edward A. 3udei
(ur(cor to K. A V. Dud' r).
And Di uIith In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. KHith St. and Washington Ave.
Watclniiiiker & Jeweler
N(. 10 EIGHTH STKEET,
ll.'tMi'in ( (imm"P In) .md i C'lll'ii Til
Wa-liiiilm. nt-., V.illH', ill.
FINE WATCIIWORK A SPECIALTY.
If" All klii'In i)f"ui!d .1..'"lry mini.' tnr4-r.
SVIioI.KS.VI.K WINKS ASH MyfORS.
Foieiirn ami Domestic Liquors
Winos of all Kinds.
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MKsslts. SMYTH A- ( . h ive eoti-tnitly n trst
iin k uf tiie b"'l "uiiiln In the murk't ui' ulve
i-p'i'Pil alti.titiim tn the hni'ule brai'.'h of the
KIM OILS. WALL PAI'KIl. tt'.
I't.AI Ml I
Window (ilas.s, Window Shades Etc.
Ala o:i hand th" (l.-'iri'-d m.U'Misatiso
Bni"' Lttlldinz, Cmn-
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THE DAILY UULLETIX,
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II ( . V- i."-r, N. i r'. -i:'..v
I .-lie V. tiiplil. Meiupi, -.
Ste:i:ni-r 'I'liii'1. Fl-k. V:i'l;i--i!i.
II C. Y. i.-. r. M. I
)'.. ;' M'-niilii-. St. I.nni-.
TII K l:l H..
Tlic river-" sir si'll lnllint,' l,n-n'. Tlie
.'iillU't' 1 1 t evellilll.' Itl:ik:'t:; tVi't, ti inclil".
Tii'- tli-eliiic v:i i iticlii'. Tin-re wn a
decline id' three "idles ;it I'ilNlnil'L.'. ii de
ditie ct' 7 inrlii' nt Cincinnati, and of S
iiielte.- at Nashville. At St I.ni'U tliere wps
urieofli i'ldics. The We.itlii'f lias liei-n
((nil. I in -.i tn i i- fair.
Of all tin dull day i ierii'iiced almlit
the wharf of this ei.y fur month, yester
day was the dullest. Only three limits put
in an appearance ,i-i,. tVoin day-lncak ,i!!
niu'ht. Th"V were the Fik. the Yeanvr
nnd liellc M.'inpl'i.s.
Th'1 Fisk's trip t'r.nii r.idiii-.-.li was a
fair on ', tnul of Jut i ari.ni hack to that port
she had no rnom to cninplain.
T !m Nnrre. clerk of the Idlcwild, raine
down on the 1'isU Tuesday, and w: s h tlie
city ye.teiday, Iw Im-lnos ii to Hy.
ranu'c an cxciion for the Me, 'np.ii;
people, who w- 't to make a tiip
on the Iillew'.ld t'l Smithland. Ky. The
all' :r v"'1 take pl'uv either next Saturday,
or one week from that day. He went to
Padiieiih last ni';ht on the I"k ' meet the
Mlewild there to-day.
Tlie li.'He Memphis cam" up from In lnw
with fair trip, she di., hat'i.'i'd what she had
for this pott, nnd iil'ier mnkin sonn.' addi
tion, left fur Si, Louis.
Cpti ',i lien Enroll, or 'III''," a he is
know n to the river serililei', passed through
th's city yesterday from hi home in luwa,
to I'adiicnh, where, he pies 1 1 attend to im
portant lilNlliess, lie was ii i:im'.;(T of
the Fisk to that city last cvenini,'.
'Hie City of Helena, from St. Louis to
'ii-k -I ii' cm', and the Ci, of ( iiet -r, i'''oin
N'iekshliry; fur St. Louis, Were due
c on t'ty;.
The II. C. Yen ;er nrrived from New
Orleans well ladcll, til milt tlo'ee ii'cli'i k yes-ti-rdiiy
iiiienioon. she reinaiiied here a few
minutes and took her departure mnl when
roiindiii'; i'it i the .M! ! 'ppi for St. Loiii
ran n.nimd li:"1'' Hie t'oi'ii shore, nnd
lahored for nearly an hour iin;; to jjet
out of her toiple:',oit prediconelit, She
llnally stic'- i'ih'd i"nl went her way litippy.
, . . 1 i
OT EvDitvTiiiMi in the way of Fruit Ji- and
Jelly Olass,.. to lie had at liottoin price at
ItitrtintinV Crockery stoiv, ('or. Sixth mid
MAItKKTS BY TKl,K(iI!AI'II.
Livkiii'imii,, June 5, 2 p.m. Wheat
winter, 10 10d10s lldjKprino-, 8s 10d(&
f 'id; Calitornsii nvcraj,'e, 10s fid(iil0s lOd;
California cltth, 10 lldnV, 1 1 3d. Corn
new, 2:JsyiS: :i,; old, 27. ;,ly;27.s 0.
NKW YOIIK M1AI.N AM) I'llODt'CK.
Nkw Yoiik, May .j, 12:01) i. m. neat
nominal; No. 2 Chicago, 1 OS; Xo. 2 Mil
waukee $1 UMil (ill; red winter Tl 124
1 Hi; anilier Tt 1.j(1 10. Corn quirt ;
steamer 4VU-, No. 3 f-W; No. 2 4 ." tic 4 J i -I'ork
ipiiet ; f.di 50. Lard quiet, $').7.k.
ciiicAfai (juaix ash I'ltonn i:.
Cinc.Miii, June T, 12 in. Corn June,
yfi'jjc asked; July, o'i'C'! :iii''Kc; August.
''" iv. I'ork July, s asked; August,
TS !7'".0. Wheat-June, !7 hid;
Inly, :i")''ac hid.
.Nolil.INO s COMllTlO.V.
JiKKi.lN', June 4..-The cxainination of
Xohlini; cannot he continued on account
of his precarious condition.
IJkim.in. June 4. All the cahinets accept
tin; invitation to the congress to meet in
this city on the Kith inst. '
WAITIXO KOll TIDi. .
. La-t ni'lit inaiiy thoiisitid people throng
ed the ' dihorhood of the jialaee, w ait'u
for liiillens nf tin- Emperor's condition.
The spare from Chariot' Sins-e to the
palace id the ('town Prince was kept dear
liy the police to ensure perfect quiet. Their
services were scan-civ net cssarv. a the
crowd was quiet and pa.!eiit to it t-md'i'iif
KATAI.11 IK A1 1KNHIM'. NOIO 'No's SHOT.
Dkisi.in. .Ifie 4. it M'i-ni that after the
hootimr of the Emperor, Sunday, when the
enraLjeil populace broke into Nolilm1;'
apartment he lired twice at them, 'everely
wotindint; IIolt.i'UiT, an inn-hniker. 'I ne
crowd serinu him hh nly, stip. o d lie was
the sn-"i and fell upon him, nnd he wa
so roughly handled In fore the people di -covered
their mistake that hi F'u is des
paired of. A 'ter tin; second shot, Xolil'llir
shot himself. He was instantly seized and
placed in a prison van. A the driver pass
cil rapidly through the archway at the en
trance of the house his head struck the
arch with such violence that hi neck was
dislocated, dying almost instantly.
Dr. Xolilim; admitted earnest sympathy
with tlie I'ltrainontains and Socialist. He
had accomplices, and tliouirh he had no
k; Mm to spare them, would mention no
name jllt then. The ollice of shooting the
emperor devolved uxin him Ly the drawing
of lot, and he heiieved it would lie to the
pi'Mic interet were the head of the state
I In- tow n continue in the
cit'-nn-nt and alllii tion. Tin
prnd'.ti e urave ennseiptences.
( II VM-IMl III I'.KI).
IliT'.i.iN. June 4. Th" emperor wa aide
to he removed to another lied to-day.
' TIIK I'' il.ll 'K
have nuide iloniieiliary visits to the resi
dences of Sdinpiia, ltackon. Most and
Auer. editors ot' the Socialist Uerlin Free
Press, and conliseated various documents.
Seatcli i procci'dinir at Ehenfeld for n
workman, who on Sunday morning last
stated that an attempt to assassinate the em
peror would he made that afternoon.
KAVOUAIII.K IlKPOltT KltOM 'nil-: ' Ml r.itdl;.
London, June, 4. otlicia' a -cot"it of
the emperor's cwnilitioii cotit'nues favoialile.
'I iieKeriii' i elilhassador here has received a
tde. .am slating that tin; emperor feels
much less pain. The doctor thought it
iintircessa. to pitldisli a lillllei"'! at ."i
o'cloi k this evening, a the patient' con
dition wa unchanged since the isu;n"'. ot'
a hllllet"! this iiiorirng. 'lucre are, ot'
coi'i'se, apprehensions ahout the t-cnu.lt of
one so aired as the emperor to rally from
such a shock. It is on this aceoi'iit that
the phys'icia" have lint atlemptcd to ex
tract "he n ma''-:ny hiillet, which are
lodged close t an artei in the wrist, fc.ir-
ug iei,utiation and aNo that further loss
nl' h I Would oi ca-ion seliolls enfeelile-
ni'-nt. Th.'cimvn priiueand princess visits
I ll K I.MI'KI oi: AT 'I KN im i,im-K I . NP l.i.
l'.KKI.lN. June l.- 'lil'' Ollicial Hulli'i'"
issued at 10 o'clock to-night, says the em
peror has been I';tc from pain 'I'' even'-vf.
Hiti'ng the day he ha repeatedly slept
calmly, and has taken noi'r'sl-'U"ut with
Syinpi'iin of fever in the emperor's cae
111.' Hot expected before to-lnotrow. The
wound in the emperor's face are already
hciling. I le is chei i fill and has already
expressed a wish to leave '!sbed.
Nor.l.INo I Nl os.-i , ors.
London, June 4 -A Herlia d'spateh says
Pr. Xobling has b 'it unconscious since Ids
si -coiii I examination Sunday evening. It ap
peal's t'ni! Xobling's father end sisier di"d
A lici'liii special says the Leichstng will
probably be sl'Miltioiieil again shoitlyalld if
il icrain refuses to pass an i"Ui 'ialit
hill it w ill, be dissolved.
I.IIOKINU AH'I'H 'I UK Mil i "s 1 .
A lleiliu cm respondent savs the cabinet
("Hindi I i-day at w hich Pnnee llismat'ck
presided decided to await t'le result of the
Emperor's wound before deciding on u
measure to be adopted ngaint the Social
ils. 'I ui1 c nrespoiu'ciit tuh's that th's de
cision seems to d'spnse of rttmoi.i in regard
to it regepcy. It1 believed a large num
ber of Socia'Uts have recently count to Iter
I'li. Thenilihoiilies an' taking piecimtions
ii'lt'bist any outbreak. Tick riclier cltisses
nre exec, d'ugly nne.mr'id fear I 'ouble es
pi'dally if the (love:nnien as miileipiitcd,
ntteinpt tiny repressive lej,!l!tticti.
Anderson Subjected (o a RleUt' Cross.
H. Htimdrt tlie Orrtpiil AVfU nnd
'omcH Out TriumphHiit.
st. Lotii Tinicii.l
Wasiiixoto.n, Juno 4. Kellogg lias suc
ceeded in securing two more good appoint
ments us his portion of the federal patronage.
The president sent to the senate this ufter
noon the muni! of 'Morris Marks to he col
lector of internal rcveuue for the first dis
trict of Louisiana. Murks has lately dis
tinguished himself l.y the part he took in
the Anderson-Sherman interview of it few
days ago. He is an ordinary sort of poli
tician and held n judgeship in his state.
Leonard lias heen it liberal since 1872.
lM'orc that time he was it Democrat. He
i, or was, proprietor of the Hhrcveport
Times, and (luring the last presidential
election he was at the head of the white
lcatruc in his neighborhood. He was elect
ed to the state legislature last year, and is
a man of some influence in hi section.
Coiicrviitive Democrats here regard the
nomination of Leonard ns pretty fair and on
the whole creditable to all parties concern
ed. The appointment of Marks causes n
great deal of criticism. He has been hang
in around the treasury department here,
and his services to Sherman in roping in
Anderson probably expedited his appoint
ment. TIIK A It MY lltM. IX TIIK SK.XATE.
The senate committee on appropriations
tinishcil its consideration of the army bill
to-day and reported it to tie- senate. The
clause transferring the Indian bureau to
tin- war department was retained. The
section provid'ng for a reorganization of
the army was stricken out; also the pro
!sion against using the army us u ; sse
coniitatus. The committee agreed to in
crease the army to the old figure, 2.".0l)0
men. Tint military committee of the sen
ate agi'ced to the joint esolution proid;,ig
for a commission on army reorganization.
of Anderson by Heed, for the Hepublicai"-,
ocotipicd the entire session of the investiga
tion committee to-day. Not much that
was new or impor...nt was elicited. Aider
son admitted that much of his testimony
before the senate committee :i year ago
last winter was untruthful, but 'declared
that he wr test:,'ying in accord- ice with
his agreement with Secretary Sherman.
He frankly admitted that he misled the
senate coniniiit (-, but claimed that the
joint statement sent by himselt' r ,
Weber on November Hi. l7s, ti--his
tcst'miiny id' Saturday hist, give '
in regard to the election in East Feliciana.
It was evident to-day that the Republican
were endeavoring, not so much to
lim.AK DOWX AXDKItSON (iUXUUAI.I.Y
as to destroy the ( ll'.-ct of bis testimony in
regard 1 Republican frauds in East 'and
West Feliciana. It w ill be easy enough for
th m to break Anderson's testimony down
if In- is a liar hereafter, since the story of his
various operations will have to be corrobor
ated in detail by Matthews, Darrall, Nash
and others, in order to make it stand. The
cross-examination will be continued to
morrow. WOODS TAIIi.'K Kill,.
It is couth' ntly expected to-night
Republicans that tite Yood taritl'bi"
be defeated !u the house to-morrow,
was badly beaten to-day on a motion .
he length of time torn general debai
the bill. lb' Wanted four hours, hilt the
opposition to the bill by nearly forty major,
it y limited the time to vo hours. It was
ag.'ecd that the vote shall be taken nt 12
o'clock to-morrow on the bill in detail, and
the tirst motion w'll be to slr'keout the en
acting clause. Gartield made a very pow
erful speech against the bi'l to-day, which
wa vigorously applauded by the Republi
cans. He spoke not as a lo'di taritl' ma'i.
but a an advocate of a ji-t tniilf. wh'ch
he claimed would not be established by
I he bill, and pre. ented many st.'k'ng fact
and figures in support of h! position.
Til K OHKAT CONsP I' U'V.
CiixsTANTiNoi'i.K. June 4. The exainina
t'on of the live coi'sp'fatots. w ho have been
cxcciit -il for the a,. -nipt of the 20th of
May, wa more 1 1w on'hiarily parent for
an orient..! ..-ibunal, but the results obtain
ed were impoi ,nt. It wi'l be renp'niliered
that '':"ty men, cla;'t ' "' to be Mf itl'lian
refugees, s'uildep'y forced their way into
the garden of l'ie iahl"e where cx-Silltail
Muiad i conlined, shouting "I mg live the
Se1 n !"' 'I ,iey ('hi not add the name
Mi" ad, but they pr ed toward the
entrance to the pale ,', repenting
their ci'.es. The sen.. If on duty
stopped them. The men lired on the sen
tries, I. 'U'uig one of them. The g.ittrd now
ti'i'tied out. and there was an all'iay, in
w hich several of the conspirators and guard
were l-'lled. 'nongthe former was Ali
Sotivi, who had phtnii"d the cor .piracy and
led the attack. The remainder of the con
spiraton were ' ken pr' net , and put in
do e confinement. Papers were found in
Ali Souvi's house w hich led to the discov
ery of the 'iiiireplot and the attest of a
number of persons hitheito unsuspected.
Tin.' plot embraced the assassination of the
reigc'iig siiMau mid the reinstatement of
Murad. The attempt made yesterday t 1
k'n Mamoiid Daman pasha had its rise in
in the. same spirit, a feeling of bitter dissatis
fai'tinii at the prospect of Turkey being en
tirely devoured at the iippro.iching con
gress. THE RENNET T-.MAY DL'EL.
IIKNNT.TT Wrt'llDIIAWX TIIK IS'lMTION Ml'
s-' i;iV AND I tt II.I.I.Ml TO SI K1KI1 l'K.V
Al.TlhS IK I'l l I.IC OPINION HI'MXNUS IT.
Nkw Yoiik, June 4. Owing to recent
c iiiti'iidictoiy publica;i his concei'idng the
IL nuett-May dii"l, Mr. H 'l liett telegraphed
'out I'm'' his withdrawal id' the injunc
tion of si eresy iin;ios,'il by him Upon the
:ei.'oinl., Re' says he will It' here in July,
and if public opinion da ins it just lie
.should sutler legal penabies he i perfectly
willing In bow to that decisp n, and submit
!.) th .' law of the land.
NEW SEMES-NO 31.
Home, June 4. The pope has sent a dis
patch to the emperor of Germany express
ing his regret at the atrotiotis uttcmpt
on his life.
TIIK rOI'K'H POSITION.
The pope has directed Cardinal Frandii
to despatch urgent instructions to the Cath
olic clergy ofOennanytou.se every effort
to prevent the spreading of Socialism. His
Holiness has also had a long conference on
th subject with Cardinal Ledockowski,
archbishop of poscn, to obtain exact inform
ation respecting Socialists in Germany.
IilsHOP McCOHKRY'S STRANGE SL
LENCE. from the New York Tribune
P.ishop MeCoskry nrrived in this city
troiu Detroit on Monday, and is at the
house of Dr. Erskiue Mu'son, at No. 11::
Went Forty-fourth street. Mr. MeCoskry
is with him. The bishop declined to see
any one last evening. Dr. Mason said tin
bishop had resigned; and uwaited with per
fect equanimity any examination that might
he made. The bishop's diocesan conven
tion will be held next month, when it i
expected some statement will be made t.
the church. Another bishop, who has tak
en much interest in this matter, said this
week that the features of the case that most
annoyed churchmen ut large was the silence
of Rishop MeCoskry'. own diocease. The
meeting of the bishop's in regard to the
matter will be held in New York in Au
gust. THE MAN FOR BAYARD TAYLOR.
A OKUMAX-AMKKK AX Will) HAS NOT DHAXK
A DltOP OF WATKll KltOM HIS BOYHOOD.
From tint Now York Sim.)
Rkadino, Pa., May 31 When Frederick
Lauer of this city, the ex-president of the
Hrewcr's Congress of the United States,
made a speech at Valley Forge the other
day, he said that lie could not recollect f
ever having drank it drop of witter in hi
life. He had appeared before the com
mittee that had charge of the coming cen
tennial celebration at Valley Forge. An
idea was prevalent that the committee want
ed to keep malt liquors from the ground,
and had gone down to argue against it. He
is a tall, well-formed German gentleman,
: and carries a cane. He is a little lame,
i . 1 . i ; l . i v- i..,u .. ,.!.,.. I'.,,.,.
iiil; s.-i.vi im .inn. n, tuia i. , nun .iv,., .--iii.il,
gray, sparkling epes. and is as full o( ges
ture in his speeches as u Frenchman.
''.My, yes, young gentleman, glad to see
you, glad to see you! They want to keeji
out beer and it ain't right! No, sir! It's
ain-t American principles these fanati
cal ideas!'' the ex-prfident of the Brew
ers' Congress said as he greeted a reporter;
and by eveiy lookand gesture he seemed to
mean just w hat he said.
"Well, now you want to talk about beer!"
H-'re he put a glass of foaming beer into
hot water. "You see, this beer is too cold
forme. I cannot drink it when it is cold,
so I warm the glass and reduce the tem
perature. I drink no water, and have not
done so for thirty years. I drink lx'cr at
all meals instead of tea or cotl'ee. It doesn't
hurt me, but it must not be too cold. Our
American beer is just as good as that
of the old country, if not superior
tu it. They tried to get In Id of Iiitvtiriiin
beer to retail in this country, but it would
not do. Our American beer is superior to
most German productions. Xow look at
th's!" Here the speaker held a glass to
ihe light and descanted on the rich color of
the liquid, "fhir American breweries are
managed by American, but in all cases
you will find the brewers, I mean the prac
tical men, to be foreign burn, intelligent
Germans. We have the finest water and
the best native hops, and the facilities of
American brewers are such as will enable
them to compete with th ; world.
"My workmen," Mr. L.uer continued,
"have the privilege of drinking as much in
they want. Some average as high as forty
glasses a day, and they are fat and healthy,
and never compla'i, and are never in toxica -t
'd. Ror. -s di '''( beer, fid out there you
see those big black bull dogs, they drink
beer and get along. We don't know any
th'"g about drckorncss around the brew
ery. Our men di ink all they want and are
li 'ver i!py. Most people who are accused
of getting drunk on 1 r have always
drank something else before they started
on lager. Leer he been a blessing to
Amciica. Instead of I''dng whisky,
that ds men cra.y and v, 'Id, men drink
beer to a g.'cat extent and c e ,pe the terri
ble consequences of rum. It has helped
"No, sir; I never had dyspepsia" the
brewer continued. ''Lager beer drinking
people never have dy.pcpsia. But dyspep
i e j 'ople drink it to cure them, I have no
desire for water and I don't d-k it. Tea
or coffee may be light 'i its phi but give
me beer. My stomi' di is always in good
order. 1 never felt better in ulTiny life and
have been u hard worker all my years."
INM PEDRO'S NEW STREET CAR.
I V. 'oin ilni New York Sun.
Jo "i Si plic" tu A: C i oftlds cily, aiv
bf'ilirg a 8,,','ct car for the Emperor of
1 n.'K which I ' maje , w ill i" e in going
from l': not. y house to h: executive pai
i"e in Rio Janeiro. It is t!n:shed in ash,
basswood, plain and white cherry, and plain
and birds-eye maple, the root of perforated
wood. The coloi., (if the cxtei'.or are the
national ones of line i' gi'veit and gold
the Brazilian arms occupying the middle
D.iiiels on either ide, wiih sketches of
AiniTie.-.ii sceiieiy in the miter panels. Tlu'tv
are live window at of plate glass. The
metal work ' niekel-phued. lite prevail
ing color of the interior is dink blue, the
furniture being n sofa, two chairs, and a.
center-table in the Eastlake style. There
aiv lambrequins of dark blue leather, hav
ing bin 'k velvet borders and a fiinge of
wooden tassels; a large central lamp; on the
doors minors, and minors bei.vccti the
windows. J'he panels are decorated with
land '"Up 's, and the floor wi'l h' carpeted
with Axininistcr. Wire gat s pint .'t lhe
platforms, and a life guard is arranged t
prevent persons from getting under tho
"Vaix nt Hiirtman't Crockery Store nnd eo
the finest fruit put up in the genuine Boyd
Topand Masou Jitr.i