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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
gMITII, HACK A CO.,
NO. 300 BROAD STREET,
AUGUSTA, - - - - - OA
RetptcUully Hullclt Con.ljjninontii of
peotisions, produce, grain and
m e rcl i an d i s e g k n e i a ll y,
Tft hlih they will u'le rarefnl Nutl prnmit at
Italia, 'liiiy uru prepared tu make liberal
and ml'ii i Ihfir li-t effort for the lnterct of
tiio-f fuvorlu;j ttu'tu witli cuU'liiUfuuiiUt.
Refer, hy pirml.loii, to National H ask. of Au-t'j-'a;
National Exeiusoc Bank, of AiU'-ta. u,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 11
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. JLouis and Chicago
TnE in.'.)' rmi) rutii.ii: it two ijuilr tralrm fpim Cairo
mnt'.ii.' illr.-' t l oiji. i tiuu ith Ka.t.-rii line.
TIUIN'S LEAVE (All'.o -l:Wp. in : Ft ex
tr. rntltii; lo St. Loin. 7:.Vi p. hi.; . hti-atru :'i
v in.: 1 Li p m : . iuriunati atel Lonl.viil.- l-'ai-l
l.M. arriving Id Onrlnnatl tt S:0'i a m.-, Louli-vi,:..-TV)
a. in.: Imliananoli. 4 1.' a. tn. IVfi-Dgt-r ly
tin irain arrive al a'jove point
13 To 3 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
1 0 1 1 i " m P"" ,r',h "' P'-r atta.-heil. for
-.V T I.onSat.1( IIH AM). nrrlviiiKliiM.
Lnui at .SM a. tn : Chlra.ro al p. nr. connect-In-
at x!:u or Ktrltii(!iam for Ciw.uiraiti, I'ilcville
FAST TIME EAST.
P wi'v ;yihv 1,ro en ihwiii
1 -i t I Lit. . , ,tic vilhoist ai.y
'.'. an'-i tiy Soiiiluy li,tervenin; Tin: -..tur-lur
afternoon Irain Irom (.'aim arrlv.-. in New York
MoU'lay iiiorniUit lo.a. Thirty tlx hour" lu ad-
V.'ltl' e of l older rout.
ff Adertl-'-inetii of rompi'Hnz line, that tlo-y
rr.M- hett.-r tine- lhao tlii one r- l-.uni inter
Ihroiuh i.-tiormire or a de.iru to uiiliad tint piiMie.
For through tn k' ati'l information app)y al bli-Hoi-
Cctiirxl Kiillron'l rt.-THit, Cairo.
TRAIN- ALKIVK AT CAIRO:
Etpre.. .... J 'o i m.
Mai! : m.
J JOII-oN. Oct) i Southern An t.
J II. JOS EH. TL'kH Au-M.
(; Alitor VINCKNNKS IOT
-wmr 'U' i U V w vr
el M'l UVTHE S ll"HTEkT Rol'TE TO
)l .1)1 lilj. Ilvuiiwvill.-.
I-Afll VTIIK ;II"lfTIT T'l l.M
1. Jl 1 J.T.. VII.I.K. i I M i .N N ATI. li.VI.
.IMnRE AM) WAMIIM.TU.V
'M AIII I.VTIIK i-llollTM' Tn INMAN.
) .t I Itl. Al'i,l. l'lll!.AI)i:i.l'UIA..EV
YcliK AM) U')sToS
- AMI -
SIX irol'HS SAVKl)
n -r t rn ; 1 1 nl u'.l oilier ro:ii. in.,kii. t In- Mine
t i.lllit !
I': iij'-r" l.y i.tl,. r routi - to ihuk (..nn-'.
:!. :.; ti'1" U fsi.'ht. !'it:i In.m on.- to "it
l.i..ir at 'mall iouti!n rlt!'ia for l.-Lili o oil
i ; v w v v 1 1 T" f: KAi "r ,:ii' "ir
tlL.HI.MDIlk., , lraill ,.,.,
villi-. lni1!:itiHi'ii. Cln. 'Itimitl ami I.iih. i '. : -iiiiu
ilnv. Trull;" lcur n n ft arriM- itt ( :.iro n inliow-:
Mail -. . ... I (.' a.m.
! ul iirriM' p.m.
'I hroii'h li k-' "' 'I rli"l. to all i:iipo:tuiit
I A MI1.I.KK II I. MnU'llI.I..
I (:'. A; I (..!,' t:ii i:ii't.
i n i !irr: ii js..-i;-.. r .v.-m
CAIRO ST. LOUIS I!. K.
! ' '.rr. ' pTiiM ir.
i .rrr . . ii . ' H
Sli'irtot Line t St. Louis!
rl 'II II 1 1 i !n by I hi. ne'.il rot t nl Si Loui" and
I I . " ' s ' '.mil" i' a.i other line, to the EAST.
M L'TI AND sol Til.
T' -rou, h e-:,,r... l.-.ive. ( i.lni ( :.U' a. in.
T i r..n mi e;.r-.. n-rlv. it Eiii St. I.o.,i." n:l' p.m.
Viirphih.i,.i iccouiuiuil .t'.iiii iene I 'ilro U:l.'i p.m.
Murphypi uo m '. nrritc al Muiiiliv-liuro H:Mi.m.
Throiwli evpre.n l.-it.- I'i.i -I Lou!" ... s:l.a in.
T'lroii'h exprc" arrive, it ( iOm Tittup in.
Mu: pin "boro ace l-u-. . Mnriln.boro . ,S:r.i ti.ni.
.Mhi,iIivpI)o!o an . arrive, at I aim 1 -: p.m.
1?1-'M-' 1 IlKir11" ' o"1 '! St. I.nitl
UI..M li.Ulil-lt Kullnnd i" the otilr ALL
If ML Rol'TE betw-cn ( aim ami si. Loui. under
otic III llia.'elilent : ihre!'or thu-e lire no tleluv at
cii'v "'ntloii- awaillni' i oiinwliiT. from other !lne.
y !. jev ttoii' Ninth. Xortheii't and We.i
-li'.uld leil buy Hielr in i-:m ii. U ihev have exam-
Le ll l. II" I'ule" HIJ'I Mule",
I, U .lUUXSOX (i-lleial Muniu'er.
II I. FIXE, (.elieta A.-eil, ( alto. '.
ST. 1,, I. M. A- SorTIIEUX.
'l'lun ' 'aril:
'.pri,. Cuiro daily :( p.m.
l;-'i'' rrtve al Cairo dulv 5:00 a in
(JAIKOCITY FE1IUY CO.
JSli KKJIKYHDA'l' Sli
Tl I MKhl STARVES.
Foul Foiii'ili l Mlnmi l.iitid'vt. Kentmky .il'ix.
in a. in.
.' p m.
4 v tu.
s Ml) II m
RIMO ll. in.
'.'HI l ill.
'i n. in.
II p. in.
a p. in
i p. in.
ft.v. -jinji-i." - - -i
WATCHES, JEWELRY, KTC.
Edward A. Uudek
(Succesaor to E. &. W. Dnder),
Aod Di-alt-r in
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
"Watchmaker & Teweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Comtncrelal and I
Warhlu'tou avi-n., )'
FIXE WATCHWORK A SPECIALTY.
ttrKu1raiiij aud all kind of repairing neatlr
All klnda ofolid Jewelry niaik- lo order.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIIORS.
Whole. ale nd Retail Dcs!r( In
Foreign and Domestic Liriuoi's
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. BO OHIO LEVEE.
ME'SKH. SMYTH CO. bavn (oti.tntitly a laro
.tufk of thu he.i i,"Hxl In the market and irive
cpecial atteutiou to the. whole.ale branch f the
I'AINTS. 01 1. WALL PAI'ER. ETC
raints,Oils, Varnishes, Iiruslies
Window Glass, Window Shades. Etc.
Aiwa oi. haii'l ll.e ceielirat'd ili.lvimatin
A xi i' o i' a O i 1 .
liW RiiiLlliiz. Cum- f.nt.n 111
uiftnul Ate. i I alio, 111.
IN si RAM K.
J NSL'RANCE A(iEN( V F
AVells iVr Kertii,
( 'onuiHTcial : A.j;.'f Xvw s...
1111(111 ' "r I'hi'.:idilp!.i:i; -Tra.II -tt.-l In i
1 I'" 'II , A-i-ta. (.(i.l'iMl.
H'nnaii : a...,. ",f t'r":l'ur,:l:V.s; tl
HIsKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RAT1.
Otlir- in Alexaiiiler ( 'mintv Jl.-oik.
I . i N
1 i ' 1.7
E i - i F?
: I 111
- ! AJ i
i ii m I
n ? f
SALOONS aI IlK.sTAl'RANTS.
S:il(K)ll Jllld K'nvfrnn-niil '
Tiir r.T o
WINES. I.KiCOKS AND CICAKH
(.'oii.i iiitlr on hand: rlo coio-tHtnlv on hand a
lar-.;' npp!y of
FRl'ITS. LEUONS.OIlAX(iES, APPLES,
AT Vllol K-AI.K AM) lii.T.Ml..
At I lie Old llelkMonleo Hole), fill Ohio Levee.
iK IM.'AV mill
LAN M AN'S
I Kl klUATkll
W itt vi,
Vjfl 'I 'ill perf
lloll efl. B il h f
el iiiokI ilellenle
x , me II
rfT fl.Tl Jl
I he liniiilkerchlel .1 the
mlhi uml In the hnlli.
" -w VlrtVawr a. in the lck room. rlieve
i a "i .w rl. n .hiriti in,, l K.,i 1 1. r,, i
weakin.. fmltfni'. proi-irrlim. iirrvou.nef nnd
hendai he I.iaik ont fur counterfoil". Alwv, nk
f ir Florida WHer. repted by h olc propilelor.
Met.r Lannia Kemp. New York
For ale hy piaTuiiii-M, dmirnlna and fumy conri
CAIBO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
SUNDAY SCHOOL COXVEXTIOV.
IIKt.1 IS THK
Proabyterirm Church, C'ulro, Ills.,
June f uml 20, Ii!7!l.
lOMOocliHk liufutloiml ExnrclKoi!,
lOlW to II Mil I lr,.nliinllon
II :i) to II -n lieiiort of Secretarv.
.Wunt ol thu C ountry.
a::to :!::. ..
M::tu to 4:ki..
Report from sehooln.
.... 1 1.. in ... T..u..i I... I i.
Nioiit hKmiox Addref-i'ii.
P:n"lo H:.V) Devotional Exfrrli-M
: )tu Dm The Klui khuard Ohjixt.
I.ca.ou aud Buvu-w.
10:fX) to l)::nt Tearlier' Mi!Otlii.
10::lto 1IMI. .U-i.t I'laua for In.plrliitf Atteiidanee.
ll:iJ to ll:;iu How shall we Induct) Pujill lu
Stmlv the I,e.on
11 :W to!'i:G0. ...How Can the spiritual Power ofthe
Sunday Sehool he Increa'ted!
3:f"l toj:W Uevotloiial Exerr!e.
W: 30 to 3 :W .. How to Mke the Mott of the Bible
lu the Biiudar Sehool.
3:Wto 3:3(i The Convention a. a lllhle Claa
Tanu'ht Next Sunday Lemon.
:)oi:U) Wordit'of Eucuurugemeut to
4:f)Ho 1:10.... Question Drawer and Mlcelloneou
Nioiit StnN .loln2 Addree.
I'OriiTII OF JL'LY
LndertliP Aunplcej oftli
Knights of the Mvstic Krew
OF COM. UH,
AT ST. MARY'S PARK, CAIRO, ILLS.
I Y r- que.i of the citlzenn of Cairo the above o.
Jeietv fia a.'ain undertaken the celehration of the
OMiKfol' FlJl'RTH. Liberal coutrihutlou ou
the part of our cltizenx will enable the Krew to irite
a relehrstion that will eellp.e all I heir former i-rt'ort
and riopaiu. will be fpared to make the affair the
-rand--! and .MOST ENJOYABLE CELEHRA
TION EVER (.1 YEN IN CAIRO. The li.t ot at
tnetiou.are numeroii. AOKANI) PARADE, lu
w.'iich il U expected that all the iH-ietie In the eitv
will participate. RKAD1NUTHK DECLARATION
OF INDKl'ENDENl E by one of ( niro muliy tal
ented and popular yoonir ladie. to t- followe-l bv
ORATIONS BY SI'KAKERS OF NATIONAL
RECI TATION. The flnPt
CSI RING and IIHAS- Mr-ICin thu cltvliate
bevi, eioratftd. and a FINE DANi'lNO FI.IK'R.
bv pii feet, will Ih- erected for the pleasure of tho'f
who delight to trip the liirht fniiturtlc toe. HoRsK
RA TMirunnlni! race-half mile heal", hc-t two
in turw. Jlu.m entrance. Jrd.ni aibled by the Myntic
Krew. f.-i.ond hor- to iave tnk'. .1 to enter. H to
narl AUo TRoTTTNO and lA(TN(i RACES.
Foot HUES, v AT MKS'K RACKS. WHEEL
BAKROW HACKS. SACK RACKS. ( AT( HIN(i
(.REASKD IMliS. CLI.MHINO (iREAsEI) I'Oj.Ks,
etc .eii- suitable premium will be awarded the
i tor i:i the above "port..
T!.e evelllll-'r e,.ni-C will OJiell with the
(.RAXDEsT DISPLAY of FIREWORK.- ev.-r eeu
in ih. i iiv AmiiL'-'iin M have been n,me to l,n..
EXi I KMON- HI N ON ALL THE RAILROADS
EXTERIX(. THK ( ITY AT ORKATLY REM t
ED RATES OF FARE The -tenner JAMES
FI.-K. JR.. .'in 1 ferrv THREE STATE- will carrv
PA-sKNoKRs Al' HALF FARE. NothiiiL' that
inn add lu the lunii.ciiieni an. I comfort of oi;r viit-or-
w ill be wanliiiL-
( OMK ONE. i oME ALL ai. l .-nlov a (,OOD
OLD FASHIONED ( ELEH RATION '
T. M. LOVKTT.
II AS. (ilLIIOFKER.
fkaxk !. walk hi!.
;eo. m. h:v.
Ciininiitti'c of Arpiini'iiH'iits.
St. John's I lav .I ime I'lth.
I THE MASONSOFCAIRO AND VICINITY WILL
HIVE AN EXCl R-loN To
iTHi; VXlll (i HOUNDS
At Jonei-lioi'o, His.
l ( "'4tii i!it . to which nil Mn.on. and the
i pn lie L'"Mcrull are corillii'ly invite I.
the train ox tu::
iCAIIiO Hid ST. LOITSIL J.
W i! iv the St. Churles Hotel
AT -s ()( ;,ock A. M. SIIAH1'.
lv: lor the Round Trip
Am i.i :'. Ciiiidiikn'AV
: The D'dH Citv IWlIll Will I'C 'oIlllilll'V the ex-
nii'itn. anil a .-oud lime may be antlclpnled. .
'I'icket" e:ii! be obtained ;lt t In- train.
DAY OF SPOUT
OLI VK UKANCJI I
.luly 1. ls-Ts.
liarlHMMie and Dance !
! II ii,'. to n fpot more .'.lita'ile. uml Irnvln' entire-
1 l. r- niiu'eb it tin lull, I will on the
j lAmrt iioiMuJy,
I I V I X I , re move, I 111 V tb.liell: ' hull IV-itn I lit Cirnier
Olve nn old limo Rirbmu id Jiame. in which I
i orilliillv lut lie all, i:iiiii.iiI""Iii .' iil vho iilii nd n
diiv of ireiiitine pleaaH'e r.nd I'l.rrei'con.
(n tin- Hftei nooii a met: hetweett lln llei I race mure
fonte-rlv oitneil bv Janie Kvnai-lau hiiiI i lie Mister
L mare i,'r a .like rif $l(m a lile will V run
rt 'liemimeiii. tn iiMiiidniire Mil it ill II c ili.po
al of tlio.r who may wlh Inrm. ul lh,' mnt rcnon
H. F, WILBfUN, Pini.iiitdr.
MORNING, JUNE 20, 1878.
MAKKETS BY TELEGRAI'lL
LiVEnpooL, Juno 19, 2:!0 p.m. Wheat
Dull; winter, 10310s 31; sprinvf, 8s
lOil&'ls 4d; CVilifnruiuftvcriigp, 10s 10111
Oil; Culifnniiii dul), 10s Cdlls. Corn-
new, 2Us323s Cd.; old, 27s 3d 27s fid.
NEW YOUK (IKAI.N AND rHODlt'E.
New Yoiik, June 19, 12 :03 p. m. Wheat
liiet, firm mid nomlnul ; No. 2 Chicittfo,
n 0C1 OClj'; No. 2 Milwauker?, t W)i
!il 07; red winter, 1 10(&t 1 13; iimlier,
?1 12(&1 13. Corn (luict ; steamer, 42c;
Ku. 'J, 41c; 2, 4543c. Gold, 100(.
CHic.Wio nn.viN and rnoDiTE.
C'liiCAiio, June 19, 10:00 a.m. Pork
July, 9 22,i9 23; August, $9 40
9 42t. Corn-June, 20B'c bid ; July, 3B'c
asked ; August, 37 'c asked. Wheat
July, 91 ?B'c; August, 83'j'c.
Chicago, June 19, 12 m. Corn July,
3737ic; August, 37c. Pork-July,
9 30: August, $9 47 . Wheat July,
92H '-id; August, 86?a'c.
Chicago, June 19, 2:30 p. ui. Pork.
July, $9 25.9 30; August, 9 400.9 43.
Com. July, 37ic; August, 37JaC asked.
Wheat. July, 92:'g(592c; August, S;8'c.
Goin5 for tlie Treasuiw oil the
APPROPRIATION HILLS PUSHED
WITH GREAT HASTE.
BUTLER EXPLAINS HIS POSITION
OX THE yiKSTIOXOF TITLE.
Reasons 1'rsrpd for Making- the Investi
M :it t hows Virtuitlly HiiMtaiiKnl by
the rti'imtP lor Oiobcy iua; l'ottcr.
WAsuixiiTtiN. D. C, June Is;. The spn
ate Mil to pay James U. Ends at once $"iMl,.
000 for work on the Mississippi jetties
piisc(l to-day under a suspension of the
rules. Mr. Ends has been in town fur twu
months nist working hard with committee,
men to secure the payment of this claim.
He was in one of the galleries of the house
to-day at the lime the vote was taken, and
as sion as the result was ai'nornccd, he
hurried out. followed hy several friends.
The hill was nn the speaker's tahle, and
there were few voices raised aga:,ist it.
When it was readied no measure of any
thing like its importance ever passed with
so little opposition. The vote was 132 to
27 ley tellers, and the yeas and nays were
The senate this evening took up the house
resoluiion in regard to Stanley Matthews
asking that he have the authorization of the
senate to eppear before the house commit
tee. Mr. Wallace, of IVnsylvania, moved
that Mr. Matthews have the" consent of the
senate to appear. This resolution would
have passed of course if it had conn.' to a
vote, lmt the Republicans promptly hud it
referred to the committee on privileges and
elections, where it will of course be buried
in order to save Matthews fnun iroing be
fore the house committee. Matthews
.-pent considerable time during the day in
consultation with Kellogg. who 'im
politely promised to go lielbre the ''otter
committee at his earliest convenience.
The hoUe adopted all the senate amend
ments to the joint resolution making up-
propnatioiis lor the expenses o th:- Potter
AX KNOIIMOI S Al'I'llolMUATIiiN bil l..
The senate completed is cnnsideniiion of
tin- sundry civil appropriation bill late this
afternoon, and the conference committee on
the bill was appointed , -it the evening ses
sion of luith branches. The bill as sent
back to tiu house by the senate is the most
enormous of Ihe kind tver laid before any
house of congress. In addition to the
s3,300,0lMl of the fishery award, the senate
has added nearly "i.lliio.llilO of miner ap
pro;)! iai ions, makinsr the ag'xiegnti- of the
bill about !f:!ll.r0l 1,000. The senate put on
nearly a million of dollars over and above
what was put on by its eoiiiinitte" on ap
propriations, aud amendments were oilereil
by the senators and defeated which would
have made at least a million mure. Aiming
these defeated amendments Were a proposed
appropriation of v73mi for h national mu
seum, $70,000 for a woikshop at Fort Leav
enworth. $30,000 for a public building at
Tallahassee, Fla and $10.01111 to
pay certain iribes of Indians a job
fcatheP'd by Plumb. of Kansas.
T H lll'.srHI'TIIIN ACT.
This vh deieated for waul of a Iw o-thirds
majority, although il obtuineil a majority.
The house was in K'K-inn for an hour th'i
cvening when a bill to extend the land
grant of the Northern I'acille Railway
I. died in the suaie way, The house ad
journed between V and 1(1 o'clock thiseven
itig on the utinouneemenl of the denth of
Congressman Terence ,, (iiinn, of Al'mnv.
TUK MONKTXItV I OM H Isslll', ,
The senate lin.mec committee has iviMirl-
i i .... i . , i. i . . .
I ll linen minimi ivcoiiinicn,;,,) ,oh tile nom
inations of li'.'iilteii E. Kent, ui, m, A.
firoesbeeli and T. Walker as commissioners
lo the monetary entile, eneo. y
Washington, Ii, v., June IS.--The pres.
h lent mid cabinet were nl the enpitnl for
about Iwo Itoins di nftcinn m, u;al a :g,'
number of bills were nigii -d tiffi' nn exam
ination hy Ihe heads o' Ihe rcs;i"Ciive dc
The president nnd party left soon after
in extension of tho session was ordered.
Hl.TLKll AXll TUB PHVsmwr'a a-rrr u
f Jeneral Butler ns an Individual memlr
, .. , ,. : '" "'" "I' iiioer
of the judiciary conunittee to-day submitted
at creat length to the house of renrcarnfa.
tivea Iuh reasonn for tliHaentinf? from the
gard to the inviolability of the president's
title. Ho thinks it remarkable that in the
rcsoiuuon ana rt'iHrt 01 uio mujority in rc
face of the sixth section of the act esb.l..
face of the sixth section of the art estab
lishing the electoral rommiiuion the cm-
inittee should have come to tho conclusion
that the proceedings of the committee or of
CIlll'TCSS suliscdllent thereto eoiictitnO, nn
immoral no nnaiity. wnen mu law itself tie-
: i i i -, i . , . . . ....
dares contrary, and thu contrary was cm-
j, ;..,. it.. .-.,.i i... .1... i . ...
jiii. no uiijf nsBiiieii nji iiii- House; in represen-
tntivi'i Tnah.ml nf r-niiciitiitiiw. n i,-...
those priK:eedings were on their face and in
M'eeilinr4 with nn their t'neo iu,l in
express terms merely a temporary exped
iency or device to avoid the contingency of
l.,,,u,i .,!.;. ... ...!.:.. i. . i. a .
i, i,j,nc:.i iiv:iii,iii, iui llli.ll mu VOnbUtU-
tion hnil ntniLi no nrm-icion 'nnnnaa 1,
aayn, by express words of law declared that
ti... ..1 ! a 1 it.
aa oop'ci ami cnuct were provisional only.
The President entered upon his office with
the express notice that his tenure was ques
tionable in character, ofdoubtful validity,
not made absolute by the interposition of
an extra constitutional commission, hut to
bo examined and adjudicated upon by the
He agrees with tho committee that Con
gress has no power under the constitution
to confer upon the supremo court of the
United States the original jurisdiction
sought for it in the Blair-Kinimell hill; but
ho says the question at issue is whether the
actual President of tho Uni
just and legal title to tho office. he holds.
a roniest ujMm unit question it it were pos
sible to be had k-fore the court would
make a case which may well enough be'de
lined to be a controversy between the con
tending parties under forms of law before a
KOtR PER CENTS.
Subscriptions to the four per cent loan
THE FISHERIES AWARD.
In consequence of the failure to obtatn
a two-third vote of the house for the motion
to pass the bill under a suspension of the
rules to pay the fisheries award of the
Halifax commission, the senate will insert
an amendment to effect that purpose in
the sundry . civil appropriation hill. This
amendment can be concurred in by a
simple majority of the house.
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY COMMISSIONERS.
The nominations of Fenton, Grocsbeek
and Walker to be commissioners to the In
ternational monetary conference has been
rejiorted from the senate finance com
mittee without recommendation.
Mass of Contradictions
TWO ISSUES PUZZLE THE PLEXI
Alarming State of Affairs
XotfH From Various
luroiwim ( 'apitalH.
New York. June K Special from Ber
lin say that Prince (lortschakoll" and Earl
Beconsfiehl had a long ron'erenee to-day.
lllSMAKf'K's KEltlKTOl'S DOG.
Durag an interview on Sunday bet.veen
Prince Bismarck and Prince Oortschakofl'.
the large I)an:sh dog of Irmee Bismarck
made a lerocnms attack upon Prnee (loit
sehakoll", and it was only through the her
culean strength of Prince Bismarck that the
dog was taken off and the life of Prinre
EXCITEMENT AT CONSTANTINOPLE.
A dispntch from Constantinople says tlint
much excitement prevails there owing to
the suspicious movements of the Ku-wians.
A conflict between Russian- and Turks was
almost precipitated to-day (Tuesday) owing
to Fund Pasha demanding the removal of
the observatories within the Ktissinn lines.
Gen, Todleben at once t"!egraihed lo
i mice i.ananon, the Kii.-.,'in ttmliassailor.
who induced Ihe porte to is-nio stringent
orders to avoid any prct"i.- for Inutilities
during Ihe meeting of the congress,
AN AMEUICAX's 'l lii'llASI'..
A dispatch frm 1 1 Berlin -nys: An Ainer-
iean J;elllein,in t;i. boiiylu the celebr.ited
Freilleigh lilu-arv. and it will l,, m .en-.
forwarded to tin-' l'uil-d Sta'.r.
THE Als'lUiAN AIIMV.
Intorinnlion comes t; . ! .l Vienna tlmt th
mobilization of tic Austrian
grosses steadily. j
the ivtii'Einiii's Jii-.i.i'l.l.-s i dm urn ix. j
Berlin. June H.-The emperors phy- !
siciiuis nave is-ucii a long and extra
It tin stating that the progress of tl in-
peror's recovery has been almost bevond ex
pectation, but that he Miller very much
from helplessness, being unable' Id use i
either of his arms. His complete recovery I
will take a long time, us many obstacles j
may be encountered. '
( OXTIIADK TonV Al ClirXTS.
Liyitms, June In Berlin correspondents
send very contradictory accounts of the
doing- in the congress. Some assert that
Lord Salisbury proposed ;
THK ADMIssloX OK OltK.Et E, i
supporting this proposal in a speech which j
occupied Ihe entire sitting. Oilier corres
pondents ileclnre that the admission of
Greece wns not di-cuss.'d at all but was j
posiponeil until Wednesday. The Times !
correspnndi nts -ny the representatives nl'
England moved for tho admission nf Greece, '
and the rcptcs.". 'i,;ive of France support- '
( d the move, bill ill,- debate was adiourned i
uniil tnv lies, .;,;i,iv 1: .. pr.-babh- thai
Greece W.V! Im .elm, Lei1 in muHv consul
tative po.il Ml"' to 'iii'I oeiuliei of
Sitting, ll -Voted io ;, '. IV '
emigres-! '''i' . i ;),,;,, . , - ,-, v .
Whnt'.'v 'i c :.e . v. ,,, j ,. ce
III" state1, i . - ,iii (i I,. ,.,, . !... em
glVSS Will 11, i ',..'.', ..Ill;-
of Bessiinibiit for the Dobrudjii or sanction
Russia's coercing Kotimanhi'. If the hit-
NEW SERIES-NO 43.
tor, after nn expression of opinion by thu
tuiiHrcss, cuiuiuuu to reiusc to make thu
exchange. England will insist liimn rrf9-
ou inuiianon in mo principalities of Bui.
garia to tho territory north of tho Balkans,
ous limitation in tho principalities of Bul-
THB I1CL0AIUAN I101NDARIES.
It is stated that who
int"K,UCL,1 the qnestion of boundaries i
Bl,.lKna ,ie 11!l,le "n earnest peech'urgin
intnKlucud thoqncstioa of bouivlnries of
n .llvlii"m ot "u"opimn Turkey into dis
tricts on a basis of nativities, thus render-
ing reiorm ami regeneration possible with
out severing their connection with the porte.
o.-l.t It KIUT.
Paris. .Tune 18. A tel. arrant rfim Cm.
tnn "V8 1,10 ryCt'nt conflict between Turk
an MonteneL'rins wns a imnl r!,t m,,.,,,,.
tari says the recent conflict between Turk
.. . . . a - - r- - i"uf4
'"e lurkisli uml Montenegrin inlmbitunu
THE SVLTAS S ALAinf si nsioivn
Const atinople, JunelH.Tho sultan Iism
Ul a great measure reenvere.l (Won l.V
alarm regarding the conspirators.
Tl UKEY 8 RESOllltES.
Safvet Pasha, with the object of develop
ing the resources of the empire, is drawing
no a document for nubli
joint stock companies to solicit concessioiwlr
i it . . . . .
irom me government lor the construction ot
railways, norts. runnlu n-nrtj ' i,..;,.,ir.,..
and inanufiicturing establishments.
A PEACEFUL INDICATION.
Bucharest. June IS. MTiph tlm m,.,.L-
Sea navigation was reopened, the Russians
gave large orders for coal, deliverable at
Odessa and Galatz. They are endeavorincr
to annul many of the contracts. This is,
interpreted as a peaceful indication.
CATHOLIC VICTORY AT ROME.
Rome, June 18. Tho city elections are
over. The Catholics elected six out of tho
twelve municipal councillors. The three
principal councillors chosen arc Liberals.
INCREASE OF SPECIE.
Berlin. June 18. The statement of thu
Imperial Bank of Germany shows aa in
crease in specie of 432,000 marks.
London, June 18. The amount of bul
lion withdrawn from the bank of England
to-day was 230.000.
London, June IS. The times under
stands that nothing is known at the United
States legation in Vienna of any request
for the appearance of Minister Kasson before;
the Potter investigation committee at
HAYES AND HIS CATERER OF FRAUDS DE
NOUNCED. Portland, Me., June 18. The Demo
cratic state convention met to-day and or
ganized, with Charles W. Lurabec, of Bath,
After the appointment of the usual com
mittees a recess was taken.
After recess the committee on resolution
made a report as follows:
Resolved, That we still hold to the prin
ciples of the National Democratic party a
announced in its convention and supported
by its press for the last ten years, and
wherein we demand:
1. Jhe payment of the bonded debtor
the United States as rapidly as practica
ble. 2. No further issue of government bonds
whereby equal taxation with other prop
erty of the country is avoided.
:J. That we are opposed to an irredeema
ble currency, but believe in one currency
for the government and people, the hilmrer
and office-holder, the pensioner and soldier,
the producer and bondholder. We are op
posed to the present national banking sys
tem and favor a gradual substitution of
greenbacks for national bank bills.
4. We fully endorse the action of the
majority of the members of the house of
representatives in their investigation of tlm
election fraud, bv which tl
cheated and robbed of an honest no, I
righ.ful possession of the ollices of IVesi
dent and Vice-President of rim I 'nit,.,!
States, and insist that the guilty parties,
whoever they may be, and wherever fouinL
liotild be punished, truth and insi !- vin.
dicated ami a repetition of a like offense;
be made impossible.
3. We demand that all legislation shall
be so eiincted and so administered as to se
cure to each man. as nearly as nnietienhi..
I tin-just rewards of his own labor. '
The s-veiith resolution condemns the l
, iey of the Republican party.
I A majority resolution was presented,
; elleet that existing legislation in Maine
: alive lo the sale of liquors as now executed,
I winks wrong and hardship. An amend-
i ni-ii t, we believe, is necessary so that tho
; -iippiesMon of evil iii society may be pm
! moled without violation oi' the rights of
j any citizen,. Considerable debate follow
n'li. The question on tho amendment wa
taken vivi voce, and was so nearly equal
1 thai a rMiig vote was ordered. This wan
j decided in t'avor of adding the. minority
: resolution by a vote of 220 to 111
Mr. Pillshury expressed his indignation.
saying it was done by packing the house.
I his was received with his-es and a decla
ration that the coii'entiou was insulted.
Confusion ensued and it was demanded a
division tu be ordered and that all not.
members of the convention quit the floor.
Two votes mi accepting the amendment
were taken amidst much confusion but
with no result, and it was voted that a vote;
be taken by counties,
The convention by a vote of 1ST to Ki7
rejected the minority resolution and the ma
jority resolution was then adopted.
Aloiizo Gareelon was nominated for gov
ernor. The convention then adjourned,
THE ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL TO
!Sfi'l:il !nS, Lout.. Tlme.
Si'iilxoKiELii, Hi., June IS.- It appear
that the ; Illinois Siate.Iournal is tube revived.
Hie Springtield Journal company having to
day, with a capital of 13.0110, been incor
Mratcd by the secretary of state. Paul
Selhy, Churles Edwards iuul E. K. Leonard
','iv the incorporators.
The Gcrinnii Lutheran School, on Thir
teenth stivtl, t.mghi l.yR.v. Mr.Durschner,
wt'l be open ibiring tin' Summer months-,
lo give children who attend the public
ediools an opportunity to learn tho Ger