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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN!
fjMITII, HACK & CO.,
SO. BKOAU HTItKET,
AWWUSTA. - - - - - OA
Kepei.llul!y Nolii-ll C'oniotimenH of
PROTIMONS, PRODUCR, CHAIN' AND
! E 1 1C 1 1.VN I tt SK G EN E I A IX Y,
r,ft hli k they Kilt ran-fitl and prompt at
.1 waiuu. Ttiy rg prepared tu niaku nigral
omi will ! hlr hot affort. for th intere.t. of
tioi fmurin,' them Milk (uu. iuutuuu.
f ff-r. by p.rrni.'lon, to Natiohai. Bank, of Ao
Ka'ia; Natiosai. Em iiam.is Hank, of Au.'una. (m,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL, 11. II
Shortt.-t ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rI'H 15 only road riincins iwo Ji: tr;n. from Cairo
1 Btakiht! dip-el uiidi li'ju w lib Ka.tcru liu-
TRAIN'S" LEAVE 'MU(t--l lo p. m : Fa-l ei
pr. arrlviut: in St. l.nui :.V. p m ; Chi. a,;o t:i
a pi ; 1:10 . m.: ( tndcoail ami LimLvlil.. Kt
Line, arrivirj.' In Cincinnati at s.t'ft a. m ; Lnui.villi
7 to m : ( iiiliarj.iMi,i tl'i a.m. PaK-ux-ra by
Ilia Uj.u arrive al Hi'Hf point
13 TO : HOUR1 IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
i .1 (- m Pat Mail.ith .i.-.-per. atta-hed. fur
' l ST. Lot ISamlt McAoo. arrlvin:: iu st
l.ou;.t 1 .'i a m : i hli him at iwo p. m . couneri
lus at iidin or ErHiurbaBi for (tiidn ju. I.o'a.:.c
FAST TIME EAST.
I t' VfJLM Iit tlil line ro thr.'ih
' ''' to the El vvilhout a-i,v
l'''ay -aa.-d tiy Sunday lutrrveLlni:. Th satuf
.y aP.e-nnou fain lritn ('aim arrive in New York
Mor.Ua murnlio! at l'i . Thirty .lx hour. iu ad
tiii'e of any other hint.
" Adv. r'.!.. mem. of competing line, that Jh-v
ma.' Iii-'ter tine; than thi one are l"Ud either
U.ru:ti Ignorant. or a di-.irti to in;.ii-ad lb puhlir.
K-.f :l.ra?h ti.-cet and Information ajipiy at l.ii
Suit lei.tra! Kullruad depot. (iro.
TKAISS AHHIYK AT CAIRO:
t ir-- 1 no p ra
Ha:) . I:un a.m.
JA JOHN" SOS. t.en'l Sutjti.crn A't.
J fl .TONES, Ttr ket A;-ul.
(JAIRO A; VINCKN'N'KS U. 11.
17 tll lT"K Sllil!TrT Tu Lil s.
I I M I liT.rN v I.K ( I N( 1 N S ATI. H.U.
TIMi.'UK AM) WASHINGTON.
'l Mil LVTIIK SillirT T ISMAS
tr Ml Itr.r AI'ol.J-.1-IIII.AIiELl'UlA.SKW
Ti KK AND IIOSIoN
six Horns SAVED
Ovr 'ri.ta of a'.', n'h-r rntit'-. tnjliins tht 'ante
I'a'.eneen. tiy ntle-r rout ' to tyalse nititiiT
t . . . i. - :n,t rule all'li'k'M. vvaifnj fi.nini.eiu.it
b'ttf a' "nail ru'.inirt .utinti fur trail.' of uiti
li -tvii. f Mail.
1 ' V M V Uri'TIIK KAi Tat dMlieonr
i.I.UI.M , t rrl ti . reiu hitu Evan.-
vl'.le. lti.!iaiianii. l it!' ir.tiati and l.nui'viiie miim
liv. Traiii. Ii-u'-e ut:d arrive ut i uiru a fn'lnw. :
lii leiue .. i l'iltll.
l ill s'fiin lii:np :n
Tl.riiti.'h tlik' ant rlnik to all liniortutit
y !i" VM.I.KI!. II I.. Moltf.II.I..
(..ill A, Iieiierai rup !.
L ti t lit ii II IVh ti'-r A." nt
CAino a- sr. i.Mt'is n. n.
a ! i
Shortest Line to Sr. Louis!
'IM!!; t-iltii lit '.irnl rfn.i.t t St. I.oui and
I l ..t : I hi'::- ':ti nh. ; li.'i - tj the K.T.
i.KTll AM) SUL Til
''''I Ji.uni'H UMnm ir the only Al.!.
UAH. lit il TK hetwei n ( iiirn ar.il St. I.oti under
one iiiiii.au'eiiieBl : tliTi fure tliere lire no delitv. at
0 :IV -'ll'.i.ll, HWiiitillL rntllierliiir.' Irnlll nlhiT IIIU'.
if l'ui n;rr Vi'lnj North. Nrii'tlieat mid V'et
:-n:i!d lei! liny Iheir lii kef un'll lliey have exuiu
l.teu ntir rule lltilt ru'lte'.
I. M. .lollNsoN. (.rueril Manager.
II .1. ITNK. t.eiH-Ml A.ent. ( tlr... Kl.
S'i l.i i. m. sorniKUN.
lenvea Cmni dully
"ni it in
(AIllO CITY KERRY CM.
aOUaiil I'' I f I f HOAT &$t
i I iil l.r..wt:. I.RAVf a
J ii.i I ..'.no .1 MiMi:iri Lmiit'it. Kendnky l.d'n
i" ii. in
.' P Ml.
4 ii. tu.
H::.l It. tn.
b:) il. M.
9.1 p tn.
i.-i p. in.
U a, m.
II p. tn.
fl p in.
i p Nl.
Tlirniifli esprt m learua C'ni"v . ..... '. .m
Tliri'iuH eiprex arrive, nt Kn I "t. I.il. :1S p m
Miirpliliiiro an iiniiniiiliitiiiii I . in n i inn) M'' ni
Murphyi'iiirn air. uriiven ul Murhln'iiliori) Vi ji.in
Through eipn". i'r. I'ti-t M i.nul . . . H:4.'i Ml
'riirnuh expri"-iirrln "t Cairn .... .. f : Ji pin.
lnrplivrie;ii nr. ie.i, Murplii'Wn . $:"ta.m.
llurpliybiro aa:. airle m i airo lii.'Ap.in.
WATCHES, JKWEUY, ET.
Edwaiid A. "Bud En
(SurceiMor lo E. i W. Under),
Aud Dealer. Iu
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
M L'SICA L IXSTKUM ENTS,
Cor. Eilith St. and Wmliiiiytfni Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Cntiinn ri ial ami t
Warbintuii an-.., )
FINE WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
HrEntr;ti" and all kind. Of repairiuu neatly
IK r All kinda ofSulld Jewelry made to ord r.
WHOUXUK WINKS AM) 1.101'OKs"
Whol-.alc and KvUil Dvi'.cr iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind.,
No. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESS1IS. SMYTH X ( i). U ci.n.tsntly a laj;e
tnfk nf tho bf'l ijuud. in the murk"t and 'tve
epTial attention tu the tiuli a.ie Urtur.h al "the
PAINTS. (,n. w.U.1. PAI'KR. KT'.
H M Eli t-l
Iitint,Oils. Varnihcs. Ilrushcs
Window (rla..i. Window slmdt. Etc
Aiwa... on b:.d tin- ieUrat.'d ll.I.l mivaiiu
A n v o i' a Oil.
IroM' htiildine. Com- , J ... . 1 11
uii-riittl Ae.. 4 iUHMlI.
NSl'KAM i: A,EN V OF
Wklls cV IKirni,
Royal (uiailian ;rf.V.v:it!..
Rritisli America 'untfti'i,
.'llin lllt , Aet.. $i.ir:.m. 1
( 'onmicrcial 'A...:rVf Y"rk.!'; n, .... !
111 lull 1 '"f Philadelphia: . 'taMi-hod in l'i. i ,
J'loil 1 At. vs: pw h. ;
Fiivinan's;,..,.,, ,f,"'"ul-;.:;,,,,,. ;
(M'rniaii-A. . ",f Kr"';'",rt "!jir-..:: v) i
ltlKS WKITTEN AT K.MK ltAl"E ;
f)tUco in Alextinder 'ounty M:ml. i
-t iU N
. - i
SALOONS AND ItKMArKANTS.
Saloon and I ic staitrant
TIIK CK-T V
WINES. LIQIOHS AM) CIGAHS
I 'iin.tontly on lijnd : n!o In eiintniit.- n:, haml a
Lite.- -uppiy ol
FRUITS. LEMONS, ORANtiEs. APPLES.
AT !lnl IHI K AMI P.MAII..
At till' Old lb llllotili ii llnti l. lilt Dllin I.eM'i'.
l KHIt AL.
Ml Ri.'AV iHitl
i hi i:m;:aii:h
tih F I )ll IDA
W II I ! .
tin hiinilkerehiel ill lie
i"i . t :i t. In th I'.-itb.
.I..H .i . e.. i i i.... . i. .... i
t.'..lft'7W5..ft .,, ,1,,, .,,.k .,. it,.,,..
1 I II. .11.1111 I.llll 11'" Til I II 1 II I
We.lklll'". f-l.ll."ll'. l'tO"lrill 'li:l. li.TVOII 'III '" nnd
head-ie'ie. I.'.'A m:l I' u .-I -. i. l -lt . Al 11 n!
for l-'liirl.la VVr t"i. prepared 'n 111" .oh propil-lut'..
Me.r l.nt: ni.in iV Ivetnp. Nmi York
For nli bv p"r,1itii r. ilnij.'l'l. nnd I'lnr'' l'i'ihI'
t m ' w
"31.' f.J 'j'rf.SrV:-! . drill M 'rl'utiie. lor II'-. in
i ac Mi i (. t Ji n i rr. V
1 1 l T I ITTi fl a-iri -a an
Nl'NDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION'.
- HELD IX TIIK-
I'ri-nbytfiiiiu Cliiiffh, Cairo, 111.,
June and 3D, 1873.
I'KOfi It AM M K:
Hl:iio'eli k Devi.tinnal Exrci.e.
10::m t II :n Orwulntiou.
11 ii to 11 :W Itepnrt ol .sei retiirv.
11 twin li:ii ui of the i. ( try.
t.tfi to .'::) i. vutlonal Exen I.e..
X;:'to:i:;i H.'pi.rt- rrntnSrhn.il..
:i::i to 1:nt.... The Te, hi r Prepuriitinn.
:'" 1 How in Town the I.e.-..
4:'lu5:i.i ( hildren'. Meetlnij.
SlollT Sk.ioN Addre.-e..
"'to ):) Devotional Ex. ri i.e..
!l )Oto lU:i) The Itlackhoard OhJ"i't.
Le.un. and Kcvlew..
lllfl) to ll::,l. Te-tier.- Meetln-j..
ln::t.i II "in . lie.t Plana for In.plrlnL' Attendnn. e.
11 :U toll::") How SLall we IniTun; Pupil, to
Stinlv the I.e.. on
ll:Wlo!J:i... How Can the Spiritual Power of the
Suuduy Sebool be Iiiereaaeil!
2:(ii to !(:.) Devotional Exerel.e..
.) lo;l:ui How to Mnkethe .Mo.t uf lhllilile
in the Sunday Sehool.
4:)to:j:i Th Convention a. a Bible Cla.n
Taught Next Sunday . I.e..nn.
:l::Wto 4;'J0 Word, of Entouraernent to
I:i()tu4: (ineMloti Hravv.-r and Ml.cellancoin
Sii.iit Sr'.tos Clo.ina Addrc.e..
i-'Oi:iiTii oi-' jui.v
C 11 L 1 : 1 I t u T 1 0 N
Under tlie AmiiieM of the .
Knights of the Mystic Krew
OK () M i:h,
AT ST. .MARY'S PARK, CAIRO, ILLS.
It Y reue.t nf the eiti.en. of Cairn thft 1miv no
elet ha. ajain uiidert.iken the teletirntinn the
Ol.iJlilOl'x KoI'KTH. I.itieral contribution, on
the part of our citizen, will enable the Krew to ;ive
a U'lehrV.inn that v ill eclip.e all their former effort,
and no p.iu. will te .pared to make the urfnl r the
t-raiide.t and MoT EN.IOY AHI.K t KI.KHH -TIoS
EYE It LIVEN IN CAIKo. The It.t ofnl
tr.i tloii an- uiitiierini. A 1. HANI) PAKADE. in
Whil ll it I' I Xpeeted tllit all the ..M-etie. in the citr
ill parti, ipate KK A DlSii THE DKtT.AKATION
11K INDEPENDENCE by one ircairo many t:i!
ente.l nnd popular vonnir ladiea. to he fulinweil br
OKATIONS HV M'KAKEHS OK NATIONAL
HKPt'TA TI i.N . Th" tlne-t
fSTl:iN"ii ar.d HKAS MfSICin the citv have
he.-i, enajed. and a KINK DAN'i lS'ii KI.oi'iK. Tt)
liy pal fi i t. will In- .-reeled for the pl-a.tire nf tho.
who ili lielitto trip Ihe liL;bt faiita.tir tin- lOK!t
liACINO runntic ri-i--liulf mile li. al'. het two
in three. $:n ii eiilrance. f.'.i.Ki adiied y the Mv-th;
Krew. .... unit bn."i. tn ,if - .tnke. . In enter. 3 Ut
-iurt Ai TUoTTISii ind PA( INO ItACEs.
KooT HACKS. FAT MEN'S KVCES. WHEEL
IIAHKOW HACKS, s i K IfAt Ks. ( ATCillS't
OHEASEI) PIii. I I.IMUINii OHEAED Pol.ES.
ete . etr Snl!;i,. premium, will he awanleU the
vii t'.r' in the al e .pott.
The 1-.I-I 111-.'' .-t.-r-'I'e Will .llli-tl With Hie
i.(Ni'KT DISPLAY id ' KIKEM'oiiKS ei-r.-e. ii
i'i lli'-i i' . A 'r iii:;eni1-i!t bavr l .-h nind-- tn luive
KX l-oN HI s ON ALL Till: L'A I I.lHiAllS
E'NTKHlNi. THE ITV AT ohKATI.V KI.'DI c
Kll II ATE OF FU(E T.e -t-,i:n. r JAMES
FlhK. JH .. and t- rrv TH HKK TA TE" ill i-nrrv
P.V-ESi.EJIx AT HALE FAKE Nothinj tint
i in ado to ' f Ntiiii-etnent and i ninfort of mn l-il-or-
wll i-.- waMiie.'.
i OME ONE. i oME ALL and e.,j,. a (ioori
ol.ll FASHIONED CELfcliiiATHiN '
T. M. I.OVF.TT.
FRANK M. WALKER.
GEO. M. FRY.
HASK I7r 1MC-X1C
Sr. .John's Dav June 21th.
THE MASONS OK (AIRo AND VICINITY WILL
OI K AN EXCl iisItiN To
TIIK FA IK d UOUXDS
t .Ii)ln-l-l,il-. ., I 1 le
N i ti.- ;4ili in.).. t wbi. h nil Vn.oii. and the
.p ', oie rally nr.- enrdtl! lnvit.-d.
THE THAIS ON TIIK
CAIRO ami ST. LOCiS R. R.
Wi' eavc tile St. I'lmrles Hotel
AT - Oi IK'K A. M. SIIAKI'.
I ut for the Koiiiiil Trip:
Am 1 1 .'.a- ( ICt.llllBN
Jf'Tln.' De'tn Cltv lli.inl will nivoinjinnj the ex
i in lii nnd :1 H'"''! tlloe limy l- mil in pi. led.
'l ii ki I' i an '-e i bullied :it the If mi
DAY (K Sl'oRT
OLIVK liHAXCI I
.1 nly 1 . 1 T".
HaiiH-ciie iinil ltiur !
I Nl - r-'iii.ii"l in .l.i 1 1 too li.nl I'iiiii ii. lunin-r
it -. t a -p.i' nr. i "ill: i'.I". mill luo .n-.: i . I : r- -
. 'V Pillule 'i : he '.ii, I. I w III mi I he
Fourl h of.) nly.
' (lite Mil nl, lime Lurblli lie 'lull Di'l.ii . to tth, :l :
I'ni-iti ilh inv it'- nil. uu.irntili -'.u' .il i ho ;i:i'i:ii .1
ilil' 1 I .'ellllllle pli'll.'lre it lit I r. 1 f'tlli'l.
(11 lit1, nil .t:i mil i r,ii-e ht tvt . '-ii the ib'i I raee inure
tnrieerlv h d liv J 1 nt Km, kIiii im.! 1 in - Mihut
lo re for n l:lKe n'l '1,' .1 'lib w'll '.e. 1111
Hi l'"-"liiii''iil in iih'iuil.i.n 1 t. il! e nl the ill.n ,
il.i th f Im I'niy i di 1111I11, ni 'h" ii'.i.l reii.nn I
"" ' II. F. W I l.lil'IVN, Proptict.-r. I
.MORNING, JUNK 10, 1878.
I 1 I "T
MARKETS BY TELEGRAM.
MVKItPOOI. fiHAI.V. v
LnKitiiKii., Juno 14, 2:li0 p.m. Wltcnt
Du I ; winter, 10 10(1&10; prin.ir, 9s
lOilif'm 41 ; Ciilil'orni.i avcrairc, 10 HfalO
fio;('!tiforniii cluli, 10s fid. Cornnew,
22."S?Mil.:rl, 27s 3.ft27s 4d.
SrW VORK CHAIN AND PKODt't K.
New i'oitK, June Is. 12:17 i. in. When!
Miiit t; lo. 2 Chirfttfo $1 0C(ijl ; No.
2 Milwiukee,'Jl 07&1 07;2';rf. winter.
1 1 13;amlier,.tl 12&1 V,. Corn.
lliet; htwiltn'r. 42r; No. !(, 41c; No.
'iy'AliitAiU Gold, 100,.
I lll( AfiO GHAIN AM) PltODCC E.
(.'iikaoo, June 18, 10:00 a.m. Corn
Julr, ,Miif,Miv August, 7J,'c l.id.
Wheat .rune, IM.'c; July, Oljjc; August,
eoc Ptirk-Iuly, J!),9 02i; Au-rust,
Ciii aoo, June IS, 12 m. Pork July,
'J 02 ; August, U17,9 20. Corn
July, Unc: Aitfrnst. ST'Tc.
WheaJuly, l5B!0 ,J:fc; August. M.i8'e
CiiiiAOD, June IS. 2:o0 p. in. Pork.
July. I OOU 05; August, 'i 20. Wheat.
July, itlOTJlijV. Corn. July. :i,'2'((lr,
CUNOHISIONAI. J'HIH EKDINOf THE (l'EH
TION OP AIUOI'KNMK.NT.
Wahiisoton, June 17. The friends of
the intrrnnl revenue liill in the house loir
C'eiled in pasfiiny; it this t-veninj.' liy a vote of
130 to ), tlris in fpite of the fact that Mr.
Burr-haul, who originally had rlinnre of the
hill, did cverthino; he could to hent it. Mr.
Foster, of Ohio, declared it would reduce
the revniui's l-'i.tmo.OOO annually. The
must iiuwtant change in taxation nside
from the reduction of the tohacco tux trom
twenty-four cents a Mund, is the aliolition
of the tav on Inciter matches. The lull
will prob.lily he jsK-keti d next session l.y
the senate committee on finance.
FROIT V. METCAI.K.
The hotmj cominittee on elections has de
termined t'i take no action whatever with
regard to tit conteht of Ernst, of the Third
Missouri district, ainst Metcalf.
THE HOT HPKl.NC.ti COMMISSION".
(Jnr. of tit amendments of the senate up
pniiriatioim committee to the sundry civil
hill lip.lN4M.-a to revive tl.o Hot r1lirini;s
ciinniis.siiiii. It also authorizes the secre
tary of the interior to lease the grounds now
i ctiiieii liv the proprietors of th Arling
ton Hotel at the rate of l.Ooi) jn-r aiintiin
lor live years or until otherwise ordered hy
law. and also the linth houses at 1 rental of
not more than $! per tub. This amend
ment aroused a lively discussion. Senator
Oavis. of Illinois, thought the rental re
iliniiloiisly low. Senator Elaine came gal
lantly to the reseiio. He said he had been
to the Spring and had been intently bene
fited. The Springs were an institution of
oreat value to the country. The owners of
the hotel have been at a frreut expense to
tit up their buildiny;s and they should at
least be protected now. Senator t'otlklinir
took the same view. He thought that un
der the circumstances the rent of the build
ings was extottionately hioli. Senator
Hill, of (ieuriria, objected to the amend
ment because it is new legislation saddled
011 to the appropriation the last nioht of the
session. The amendment waa tinallv tiLTeed
ItAINKV AND SMALLS.
The I)eiiiH.Tatic nieinbers have j.'ot be
hind hand in their efforts to unseat ltaivey
and Smalls, colored, fnun Smith Camilla.
The motion to take up the cae of Kidney
this e( riiitu wits dr fi-ated by 21 majority,
and the result is both Haincy and Smalls
will hold their seats durinir the recess,
which will irive thi ni an advantage in the
TIIK INVKSTHIATION COMMITTEE
hail a short Itieetiiii; this iiioiiiino and will
sit all the time after the adjournment of
Coiiyres. until alter all the witnesses iu
town at'e examined. The house passed it
resolution unanimously this evening calliiur
Upon the .enate to instruct Matthews to ap
peal before the house committee nnd ts
tify. but the senate is not likely to do this.
Attorney General lievciis 'ent to the
Ibnise to niohi an answer to the House
resolution c;i!ii!o; for a statement of pnr
ii' ns issued since March t. 177. The
whole number up to May 2i is 24. No
copies of papers relative to the pardons are
s 'tit in. as called for. Mr. Oi-vens plculino
itlslitlii'ielil clerical fore:- to copy tii-lti.
There is an even chance that Conoiess
will be able t'i ailjoiini to-tUiil'ow al'lciniMiii
at ( ii'el'ick, the hour la-t tixeil upon. 1'eilh
hi dises are in si -.': hi at th"s leiiir. "(.
s.'t'iitc is liiii-hino up the oi-ii 1 i:i; ii d u'
the sundry civil uppropriiMi.ni l.n
which will 1 1" reported tu !.
linn-;' tii-niu'ht and confi-ri ne
apjinluli'd. Tic H i'ls i has f lili-d (,,
the li-lii-ry awaid .ippriipriiition billon a in,,.
ii..!i in siisM.d the rnh s, but jt win . ,tlt
u;t the sinii civil appropriation bill as
all iillii'Milinelit if il is 11 -t passed in ;;iV
n'll'l' way. and tvill not bean oli.:n e 'n
adj'iiiinineiit. The house just lieibri-tnid-niirht
agreed by a two thirds vol- to o,, (,,
the speaker's tall!", which is to take up the
hills there in order, n sinorlc otjectiun ife
vei tine' t'te passao,. iim bill ei"-pt bv
:uo-;liiidx vi t '. This was delayed for '
i'". el wont in nrder to receive sum.' ini-poi.-iiit
I'iils li'oin the naval committee that
wa r.' not previously reported, I he chair
loan of the committee on tin ul nll'.iits i, sk
ill leave ly liHVtt llio i i I 'iieo taken by his
ec!iini1t"e print 'il, bill this was fefus''d by
l! -j ut. ieiin menihi i's, It will hi-entirely
Iossiblr. for the sundry civil bill to hi;
finished before 4 o'clock on Tuesday, but
some unforeseen cause may pMtMine the
adjournment for a few hours.
Brief Session of the Con
irress at Berlin.
THE ENVOYS GRAPPLING WITH
Later Developments Reyaidinc the
Cuusiiiiaey in Germany.
New YoltK, June 17. London dis
patches say there are several questions at
present enjrrossing the attention of pleni
ixitetitiarics, who are busilv engaged in
berhn in laying plans lor the future safety
of Europe. One of these questions, it has
just been learned, relates to the can
didatures for the sovereignly of North
Rulgaria. Of course several .schemes are
already on foot to secure this Appointment
for certain favorites, but it is too early to
say who will assume the resimnsbility of
the position. It is rumored, however, that
the Duke of Edinburgh is anxious to ob
tain the said sovereignty, and it is further
stated that her majesty, the Queen of Eng.
land, and also her astute prime minister,
the harl of Heaconstield, are doing their
utmost to gain this end. They would like
to see the Duke of Edinburgh at the head
of the North Bule-aria: for. nfter nil
he would merely lie a representative of En-
gianus innuence. it is confidentially as
serted in diplomatic circles here that the
visit of the Duchess of Edinburo- to St.
Petersburg is purely for the purpose of
furthering these designes. It has been
thou'dit. in all urobabiliiv. that she Yniirtit
induce the czar to give his approval to the
wtsiu-s ot the Queen ut England. She will
undoubtedly make strenuous efforts to con
vince the czar .that her husband can I
especially useful to him during the present
lilheuhicR. but there are sonic weiolitv cn.
siderations involved in the proposed ap
pointment, and they will go further, in all
iiKeiiiKKKi, man any personal influence to
determine the czar's choice. It is rreneml.
ly believed that the duchess will fail in her
attempt, nnd the who e scheme will full
through, chiefly owing to the fact that the
I'ussan people would object to the choice of
the Duke of Edinburg. It has long been
known tltat the latter has been passing re
cently as a martyr to Russian proclivities.
THE CONoKESS I.N SESSION.
Dehlin, June 17. The congress met
shortly after 2 o'clock this afternoon. The
first business was to arrange a course of
procedure, for debate, and it was agreed
that the Powers shouhl speak in the follow
ing order, viz.: Russia. England, Austria,
France, (iermany. Italv and Turkev.
Count Sehuuvalott then brierlv cxnl
Russia's jail icy, which led to the treat of
Prince Iiisniarck proposed the simultan
eous withdrawal of the British fleet and
the Russian forces from Constantinople
during the sitting of the congress. Dis
cussion on this point was jMistponed. and
the congress then adjourned till Thurs
day. THE CONSPIRACY IN OKHMANV.
London. June 17. An elaborate sum
mary of all the facts ascertained by the
Berlin police concerning Dr. Nobling and
his confederates has la-en transmitted. The
Nobling family is highly respectable, and
belongs without exception to the Orthodox
Protestant church. Some traces of eccen
tricity have appeared in several members
of the family, and the doctor's father and
one of his sisters are believed tn have been
insane. He had been living in Berlin eight
months before his attack upon the emperor,
and kept up a correspondence with refugee
in London and Paris. The papers found
during the domiciliary visits to suspected
person in Berlin and elsewhere, tail to con
nect Nobling by name with the conspiracy,
but among these p.ipcis are the outlines of
a sdieme for the reduction of the standing
army, which, according to the document
referred to, is. by reason of its immense
cost, the source of all of (iermany 's present
woes. The document goes on to say that
tho einp -nr is bent upon maintaining the
army. If he was removed the people would
breath more freely, and the crown prince
would Hot lie able to overcome them as the
cinperor dues. Nobling'.. intention to kill
the emperor was known to confederates, i it
this the police are satisfied, but the nrre-'s
made have been unimportant. Noblii.g
visited London a few'months ago, and al't-r
his return was in better condition financi
ally than before.
P.KIil.lS. June 17. - It is -fated ill s. lilc ,
quarter, that tin document printed in I .on- ;
don on the l:ph itist. contains the proposals '
submitted by Russia an I rejected by Eng- ,
land, and that their publication as pro- j
cured by the Russians to prove that they j
are not repugnant to English public opin- j
ion. ami thus tn limit the concessions the
English representatives may demand in the
THE COM ill -s ,
met at two nclnck this afternoon. The1
question., which threaten the sllciessof tile
congress air bcliered to hti the cession of:
Antintoti to Montenegro, the position of i
Itouniedii in lelation to Turkey and of the I
adiuini!i,itivc and lie- government organi- ;
zation of I! I'.'nicii.i. B' ssaraliia will be
yielded to the personal wishes of the car, i
and liniiiiiaiii.i wi!l accept Dohrudia ill I
exchange. .Tin- tentorial concessions in '
Armenia will not meet opposition front j
England. The q'leslinn of
lllb W.Mt INDEMNITY
will be srKlcil l.y I he appointment nf a
commission to collect the Turkish revenues
nnd pi;y ov,-r a certain jn atinn to liiissiaan
linally. or tocnpitnli such a portion by
foreign oan, aiid pay the Hni in claim in
bulk. Ill till tin S ' siieculations mi ai'iv.llit
is taken of a. possible opposition by tile
I Turks th 'ins -ives. Carthadori Pasha is
j making preparation, for a vigoroii repre
sentation of the Turkish interest.
THK STHIKI". FNDf'.D.
London, Jutu 17. of seventy-live inept-
NEW SERIES-NO 42.
intfs of operatives in the Ulackhiirn region
to-day, fifty resolved to o to work at a re
duction of waives, twenty-one not toreHtimo
and four reached no decision.
A larou number of operatives throuilinttt
Lancashire resumed work tn-day at a full re
duction of Wildes.
The mectini,' at Iturnley whs very thinly
attended, and the general opinion is that
the strike is ended.
HAYES AND THE ARMY.
Gen. Sbernian'M Remarks at a
Sow York Herald Import.)
Gen. Sherman's remarks were made in re
ply to a toast, "The President of the United
States." lie sKike with remarkable vigor
and feeling and paid a pointed and em
phatic tribute to the office, the abilities and
the character of President Hayes. Ho
sitoke of Mr. ITayen as having come from
Ohio, and alluded to the chief incidents:
of his civil ami military career. Revert
ing to the agitation and excitement grow
ing out of the investigation of the alleged
electoral frauds and the threatening possi
bility of an attempt to unsettle the presi
dent's title to his seat. General Sherman'
language was strikingly significant. Mr.
Hayes, he said, appeared to many to be a
mild mannered gentleman, and so he wo,
but the general gave his listeners tn under
stand that Mr. Hayes was something more.
lie sain that it the time should come when
he would be required to defend his right to
the place he occupies he 'would
lie found to harp the requisite nerve
and determination; he knew his rirht.
and dared to maintain it, nnd what wan
more, the army, sworn to defend the con
stituted authorities, would sec to it that lu;
was sustained in the effort. The graduates
of West Point, General Sherman said, were
iKiiuid by their oaths to protect the govern
ment, in fact of which President Hayes wa.
unquestionably the head. The President
though not a graduate, had been a gallant
soldier, nnd in this connection some parts of
theTgencral s remarks apparently tended to
remind the officers present of the lsmd of
sympathy that on that nccount might inhV
eneu their action as patriots and gentlemen.
The allusion had its effect, and every senti
ment uttered by the illustrious speaker re
garding the duty of soldiers in the possible
contingency of a challenge of Mr. Haves'
title was applauded trom one end of thu
table to the other, by generals and lieuten
ants, gray beards and the younger graduates
alike. Among those thus gathered togeth
er were officers stationed in various remote
sections of the Union, as well as those
stationed in the principal cities of the East,
West and South. The temper of the United
States army, if rightly indicated by the
conversation of these gentlemen since the
dinner this afternoon, is decidedly hostile
to any interference with Mr. Hayes.
. AN EPISODE IN THE HOUSE.
HITLER, COX AND SPEAKEIl KANDA1.L.
Washington. June 17. Mr. Crapo. from
the committee on foreign affairs, reported a
bill placing five and a half millions of
dollars in gold coin under the direction of
the President to pay the government of her
Britanie majesty the amount awarded by
the fisheries commission lately assembled at
Halifax, in pursuance of the treaty of
Even before the reading of the bill was
concluded objections and points of order
were made by Butler, Cox, of New York,
Springer and others, but were overuled by
the speaker, who declared that the bill wag
an international one ami that it was his
duty to promote its passage, us he had been
applied ti-Jhythc state departmens on tho
subject. He states also that it was not tho
senate bill, as that lmdv had no rieht tn
originate appropriation" bills, but that it
was a house tun reported Dy his advice.
Messrs. Butler and Cox made most per
sistent efforts to address the house in oppo
sition to the bill, hut were met with calls
to order from both sides of the house, en
forced also .y the speaker.
Mr. Butler asked even for five minute
which Springer said was a minute to each
million, but objection w-as made louder and
more determined, and another was made by
Mr. 1'n.po to sii.tund the rule and pass the
Mr. "(i: ilc.-!:,!-e 1 wi; Ii indigmtion and
iunid a storm nf objections and culls to or-d-r.
that t!:is was the result of the I toasted
principle nf arbitration. The h msc he
said was ready to "duck down"' to the
Qii-cn luraii-e" im-mbers were in such a
iiiiriT t get home. :'.:i'i wiiere were they to
get the money ;m!es they borrowed it)
Mr. Butler made a renewal of his at
fr -nip's to gi t a hearing but Met with ni
be;t. r success. He :'cvd the storm, which
wa- strmigit in the Republic tn side of the
lb. :,', and asserted that it was one of his
privileges to be heard. The speaker, how
ever, dissented from that view and informed
him repeatedly and severely that he wan
not in order and must take ids seat. And
then as Butler paii I no attention to the order
j toe -pcakcrcalleil upon the sergeant-at-arms
to do his duty. That fuctionary, w ithout
. his mace of office, stepped up to Butler who,
; with amis folded, was defiantly facing thr?
storm, and the other and representative
! had all Apparently friendly colloquy, nnd
j and soon afterwards the seaker notified the
: seargoant -nt-nrins that he might retire.
1 The speaker was then putting the qiics-
linn on the suspension of the rules when Im
was interrupted by Mr. Cox. of New York,
calling peremptorily, "Mr. Spearker'."
sir," said the speaker.
"I have made a motion to adjourn," said
"I ditl not hear it." said the speaker.
The speaker then put the tpistion on the
motion tn adjourn. ;ind it was voted down
--ayes :M ; nays 147. ami then a vote was
tiilicii on siNp tiditig the rules and passing
thebi!!. Ti motion was rejected yeas l.Vi;
ii ' s ilT: not the necessary two-thirds in tho
Tim Geti.ia'i I, uthi-ran School, on Tliir
tcenth street, tang!;! by Rev. Mr. Dursehncr,
will be open during the Summer months,
to give children who attend the public
choos nu opjiortumity to hum tho Ger