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'HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 232.
of the leadlut; bustiies house whose lvrt ie
ui fii ii way be found lu Tin Bluxtin
C O. Patier Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
(. I). V ill iuiii-ou A Co.
Yornm A BrodericW. Wash. Ave .cor. Eighth.
'X, .1. O l.ongniln, Poplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr. .1. H. Mar.au; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. P. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial
Dr E W Whitlock, 1 Vi Couiuien ml avenue.
Pobt Smyth, No. I Ohio levee
H. II. Cat.dee. No . "UOhlo levee (up slair).
JCotliUble Lite, of New York, corner Twelllh aud
Widows aud Orphan Mutual Aid society, Scveuth
and Ciituiuerial aveuue.
DHW'.'.ISTS --WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
C0.0 E O'Hara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
AVludr foni.ty Hank. Mil aud Commercial
ny NaMiitial. Oulo levee.
C'l.iinpioL. Three sia: .
Jj'.u Spi'iat.ioruerTivulltb and Levee,
BKAPKET S I Ut!E.
Ii (' Ford. Coruer Ninth and Commercial.
v EN ERA L DELIVER, opt n . : a m.; close
J 4: f p in ; Sunday: to a. m.
Mmev Order Department open at 3 a.m.; i!ose
''nro-nra Ex""-" Mall via Illinois Central ami
:i.:ppi CeL:r! Railroad close at !' ni
Cairo ud Poplar litutl Through and Way Mail
C 'wv Mall 'via "liliuoi Centra!. Cairo and Yin
(...,.. m, Miss.sstppl Central Railroads close at
V Way Sa.iU Narrow Oauge Railroad close at -
Vairoai.d Evan-vUS Kiv. r Route c!oe at 6::
ni. c. y (except FrtiaO.
Mavor-N II Thistlewood.
Tr-w l.'er - K d w ard Dc a ; a .
flerk-DeiiU'". J. "lev.
Piiiulor Wi'i H viiibert.
Marsh.! - ! l.allue.
Atw.'&ev-Wiliiaui Ilea In--
B..AIIH or ai iir.nf
Kl et Wa'd - M .1. Hnwier
s. ond Ward -Dav.d T. Liurar
c. i: Wood
Tbi d Ward-W. P. Wright. E-bert smith.
Fourth Ward -Char!.-' I'auer. Jar.je. KynaMr-n
Kilth Ward -T W . Il.!lida. truest I. I ettlt.
t irctnt Jad get). J link-:.
Ctrcait leik-.I. A. H. v .
Countv.Iudge-1:. s. Yc".:m.
( oom'v Ple; k-s .! 11 inmi
Cojuiv Attoru-y-A . M'llKey
CouuivTreaiMir-r -Mm" W . Par.-r.
l.,aou romiin-- oi.e-r. W. lU.lida). A.
y t.n.t". Saium-'i hr:ijr
AKKI' AS M. K -Fourt.euta street.
Wa.uut and Odar streets: service, xabbatn 11
a. in. atidT:'. m.; Sunday School 1 :J0 p. m-tlIKITIAN-Ei.'hteeiith
stn'et: meeting Sab
L bath ln:ip. ui.; preaching occasional! .
MirP.PH OK THE KEl)EEMEK-Eplcopal)
( KUun.-ntb street; S'.m.iav Moniing prayer
iT w a. iu.; evening prayers. 7 ::Ju p. m.; Sunday
,.-,ool : v) a. m- Fn.iay evemug prayer . : W p. in.
IIKST MISSIUNAKY BAPTIsT HCKCH -J1
Pr- aching a' !-::. a. ro.. p. n... and T:' ni.
Sabbath school at T p. iu. Kev. 1 J- shores,
jCTHERAN-Thirteeuth atreet: s.-rvin Sab
4 batbl:' ta.; Sunday school g p m. Kev.
MKTHUDIST-Cr. Eighth and Walnut street;
Prearbluz Sa'ihatb W: a ni. and . p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7::l P- ni.; Suuday
School, i a. ui. Her. Whittaker, pastor.
IlHESBYTKHIAN -Eighth street: preaching on
Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7::'p. m ; prayer
meeting Weduesdav at 7::M p. m. : Sunday School
at 1 p. . Kev. Y. Pieor.'c. pastor.
CKPOND FKEKWII.I. BAPTIST Fifteenth
n street, between Walnut and Cedar streets, ser
vice Sabbath at :1 and p. m-
,'T joviFPH S-fHomati Catholici Corner Pros
H and Walnut streets; services sabliath 10:.
tu. : Sunday School at p. m. , espers 1 p. m. ; ser
tucs every day ai s p. m-
CT. PATP'H'K'S-iltoinan Catholic) Corner Nlmh
street and Washington avenue; services Sal
wih and M a m. ; Vesner :1 p. m. : Hntidav schotil
S p. m. ; service, every day at s p. m. Kev. r . ahel,
II. MAREAN, M. D..
HoiiiHopathif Pliy.Mriau and Snrsreon.
U'llre 1 Ui yi. amerclal itvsnr.e. Residence comer
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
jyt. E. W. WIIITLOCK.
ippict No. 11 Commercial Aveuie, between
Eighth aud Ninth Street
It. W. C. JOCELYN,
D K NT1S T .
OFFICK KijjhtU Street, ucar Commercia! Avenue.
NOTARY PI BLIP.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wlth the Widow' and Oorpnau' Mil
nal Aid Mociet v.
co 5 -k
ILLINOIS CENTRAL Ii. It.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kuniiinsr Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makinsr DI
KKCT CONNKCTION with
Ti'.ainh l.r.nvr. Paiiio:
:i: " :i iii. Mail.
Arriving in St. l.ouU !i:l."i am: Cblcaa.1::i p.m.;
Pomieeting Bt O liu aud trlln;'liaiu for Pluciu
nati, I.uiiiKVille. ludiauapoha aud puhit EaKt
1 1:1.1 a.m. Ht. I.ouU ami Wt'MtiTii
Pounectim at M. l.oui for all poiutt Wet.
.'I:'J p.m. KuMt KxpregH.
KorSt. I.oulsi aud Pbliao. arriiiu." a St. Lotii"
I J I i p in., and (. hitao T-J'ta ui.
'.i T-O p in. ( 'iriHtinati Kspi'i'fH.
Arrivii..- at Plueluimtl t:ir a in.: Louinille t:it
a tr..: Indiauapoin' 4:i a.m. pan-enyer by
th! truin rea'ii the above J'i'liitf 1 'J to .'ii
lloL H in advance of any oltier rout.:.
Fast 'J'inif Kast.
I'-l vVll(l'lilV ,1V Ro'brnu.'b to l-..it.
Ul 11 ,1 I ,.fn potuN wilUoi'.t aliV delay
oau-ed by Sunday iiit'-rviiin.-. The Saturditv after
noon Iran, trom t aim arrive in new York Monday
uoruitw at :.;;. Tnirty rix hoti In advance f
any utber route.
IfTor throuj:'.! tic!i.-t ami fur'her itifortiiMttot!.
ippiy at l!!:uo: lr.!ra! Kail road Depot. Cairo.
TlIAtNS AKHIVE AT CAIKO
f.xprei . . . ; '.' p m.
Acciiiuinoilnti.iL I:'" p III.
Mail t 1I a.ni
.lAs. .IiiIINXiN. .1. II tUN K.s.
t"':i oit.'iern A-.'eut. T:i'k'-t Ai-i:t.
W r. .IuHN-'jN i.en. Pa-? -c: -r Aeut
(JAIKO ST. I.OL'IS R. R.
It. V. SMITHKItS. HiHt-ivPr.
WOKTEST SHOUT LINK BETWEEN
CAIIIU AND ST. LOUIS.
Time ScDfi.1 ule:
1hr.):ti Etpr"i" leave Cairo '':a m
Tbronsti Espr-a arrive at K. St I.o'.:'.. 5:4p.Ui.
Tbrouifb Exi're- leave E. si Lou..... ;: a.ra.
ThrotiL'h Etpre rrve at Patn 'ti'pm.
Murphyboro accotuiuiHlattoii ieavei-Pair.) 1 :) P tr.
.M'i'phypib.ir') Ace. arrlven-at Murpbb'fo ' P tn.
Murpby'uiro Ac-o. Iete iturpliy-b.ira 5:i-a.m.
M.irpb'vi or.i Act . arrive at Caw 11 a u.
Tue Cairo A I.o':: H i1! Hoa I i' the only all
Itail Houte I'etvve.-ii 1'uiro and St. I.o:il? under ine
niaua.-emeLt. tb-refore there ar u delay at
way etatlon aw allium rontiectior.a from otb'-r line,
t loe .iL'l :re conueetion at St. I.out witbotber
line for Nortii. E il and Wet
,1. A N.UHLK.
()UIO ii MISSISSIPPI U'y.
time 'i.vr.i E ok i'A-M.v;::r. tuain
viv knne i N.i.-. :;0, IsTO t
No. g Day Expr- Evc-pi ;:u layi ...lMp.m.
' ii .Except Mtti.'.avi. t -!.?. m.
" t NigUt Exprv (Jiatlyi 1; : ' a. r.i.
No 5 Kspre.s , Except Mtn.lav :? a. m.
1 lnv Evpre i Except I'i'layi ... g-.vp. in.
' Niiht Express aa:!v ' l.i'a. m.
.1. Ii. Ct.AUK. C. O'-H. .Ill .
Agent Viuceuiie- li.'ii. Ticket Ag : Ciii.-itu.atl
T. LOUIS, I. M. it S. U'y.
Cai ro Titnt" Tuble.
Texas Express 'Daily , .'.Cp. m
'ouiiects at I barle.-toti for Co!:: tubus.
Texas Expre 1 Daily; : '"a
Accommodation j Daily i. p. -.
Office aud Pa-sellger Depot No. v. (Il.io l.ev.-e tin
.1 C. .I Villi. Ageli
D. Axtfi.i., D'.v t-ioii Sim Ti:i' aden'.
ICK HEADACHE !
W t llt'iin Cuved. ?ut Merely Relieved
And Can Prove What we ClalnJJ
k"Thcrc are no failure aud no diappulut
tiu'tit. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you can lie easily and iptickly cured, a
hundreds havebeou already. We shall be pleased
to matl a sheet of testimonial to any interested.
Carters Little Liver Pills
Also cure all form of BI!loune. prevent Consll
nation and Dyapepsla, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from too beartv eating, correct Disorder
of the stomach, Stimulate the Liver, uud Regulate
the Bowels. They do nil this by liiklnir Just one
little pill at a dine. Tin y are pun-lv vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and are a nearly perfect us
It is possible for a pill to be. Price r. cet ts, 5 for
SI. Sold bv druggist evervvv lyre or ent by mail,
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE, PA.
a. t w f T0 11000 A YEAR, or to
WJ I U. i 1 1 l'.,i a dav lu vnnr own locality
IS I ll II No risk W omen do a well
f fi I P " 1,l,'n. Muny nmlto raoro
TT v v than the nmoiint stated
above. No one can fall to
make noticy fast. Any one enn do the work. You
can make from rio to J au hour by devoting your
evening ntid spare time to the bnslne, It cost
nothing to try the business. Nothing like- It for
money making everoll'ered before. Ituslnesa plea
atl and strict!) honorable. Reader, If you waul to
know nil about the best paying business before the
public, send us your address mid we w 111 surd you
full particulars mid private term I'nioisumple
worth fi.i also free! yon can then make tip your
minn rorvrursoir. Aiirc ubukwis sua
A' CO. Portlaud, Maine
UN E UP THE MUST IMPUHTANT DISCUV-
of the nineteenth centurv. and one that taken
equal rank with the Invention of the telephone,
the electric llfbt rt tul other ni'ietitllk marvlca oi
the u. Ii that ul
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
This Compound poMi'tn the mont remarkable
HealiuK Properties of any kuo'vu aent employ,
ed lor the purpose of curiug
SUHES, W'OCNDS, CITS, BHUSES,
Inllitmeil and abraded surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It cleansing propertlea remove all Imptirltiea
that hinder the formation of a healthy tlenh, and
the work of cure iroes on to completion w ith
mont WONDEKPl'L HAPIDITY. Let no family
bew ithont a box of It In the bouao. Phynielana
extol Ita virtue : and the the thotiHand who
baveued it. unite in recommending It. Beware
Ask fur Henry s Carbolic Salve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
i;'l Sole Proprietor.
BAliC LAY BHOS . wbo'.ele Amenta.
rt'fine. not adrluk.)
HOPS, IllTHl'. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Pi;ret and P.et Medical i'iah!ie. or
all other Bitter.
All ilieae of th Storn i' h. Bowel. Blood.
Liver. Kidney, mid I'uinaiy Oriran. Nervous
ne. VeeplfuneM and epeeliy Female Com
plaint. IN (.(iI.D
Will be paid for a caethey w ill not cure or help
or for anythtui; iiupuie or iuiiirioii. fuiind lu
A-k your lrue.'it for Hop Bitter aud try
!be:u ik-foie yoii'ieep. Take no other.
HorPor.iii cntg i the wvetet. iiafe-t anil
be.t. Ak Phildieu.
The Hop Pad lor Stoniath. Liver and Kidney
i i-i.penor to ali oth'TS A-k lJrn,'Sit
D. I. P. i an absolute au I irrei:able cun: for
dniukentie. utf of opium, tobacco aud nar
cotic. Send for circular.
A'l above ohl by drti!t.
Hop Bitter Mauufaciuriua o.. UocheMcr, N. Y.
KIDXKY I ) LSI ASKS
DH It. H. CLARK. South Hero. Yt.. sav: "hi
cases of Kidney '1 rouble it has acted like a charm.
I; has cured mary very bad cu'.'S of Piles, and
ha never failed to act efficiently.
NELSON KAIRCHILD.of St. Albans. Vt .says;
'It is of pric eless value After sixteen years of
great suffering froi-.i Plies and Costivenev it com
pletely cured inc."
C. s. I!(ii;.BON. of Berkshire, suvs. -one pack
age ha done wonder for nie lu completely curing
severe Liver Mid Kidm Coiuplair.t.''
BECAlsE IT ACTS ON THE LIVER. THE
BOWEI SAND KIDNEYSATTHE sAM E TIME.
Becaneit cleanses the yteni of the poisonous
humor that develop.' i:i Kidney and I'rinury
diseases. Hil'iusni-... Jaundice. Cou'tipatinu. Pile
or iu l!!ieu!iia!iui. Neiiralglaatid Female disorders.
KIDNEY -V i.i RT is a dry vegetable coinpoimd
and cau be s. r.t bv uiiii! jirepuid.
One Package will lutiki- slliais of Medicine.
TRY IT NOW!
Buy It at the Dritggi-!-. Price. $1 i.
RICHARDSON A Co.. Proprietors.
rjiilE CITY NATIONAL HANK'
W. P. II ALLIDAY. Pres'ident.
11. L. U ALLIDAY. Vice President.
UK'S W. 11 ALLIDAY'. Cashier.
TAATTATI,OU. W. P. HAU-tDAV.
UKNHY I.. I1AI.1.IIIVV, II. II. rt'NNlNOHAM,
a II. VVII.LtAMS.'N, STKl'IIBN BUM).
U II. CAS'URt.
Ewlianire, Coin and United States Bonds
Boumr AND SOLD.
Doplirecelved aud a general bauklug bu'uest
PROPIUKTOU OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ieo.
ICE BY THE CAU LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o F f i c K I
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
No oriian of thought or action ran be employed
without the aiitiiuce of the blood, and no organ
cau be einuloved nal'cly or with Impunltv without a
upply of healthy blood. With healthy blood the
cxereined oriran become well developed, whether
they be muecular or Intellectual. Bvtheueoi
FELLOWK P(iMPOLND SYUCP OF IIYl'O
PHOSPHITES the blood I peedlly vitalized and
puriiled. ando made capable of producing a ouud
uilnd aud a nound body.
'I'eraon ufferlnx from Impure blood, or who-e
Health l irivln? wuv. either a mlnlator or tho.a
w hotudy cloaely, will find In the Syru: the mate
to build them up. and the toulc to teep them
there.- DR. CLAY.
Pirrsf . Mr... llaicb.
Mu. Jame I. Fellows ear Sir: Durln-j the
pact two year I have ilvdc , .'ir Compoiiud fcyrup
ot Hypophophlte a lair thiuuh omeivtiat ever
trial lu mv practice, aud am able to upeak w ith con
fidence of it ertect. In rrtnriiig person sutler
In2 from emaciation aud the debiliiv follow inir dip
therla. it ha doue wonder. I constantly recom
mend iti- use lu all atlectioti of the throat and
Iuds. In eeral case considered hopele. it ha
Uiveu relief, and the patient are fut recnverlnir:
amotis these are tounimntive uuil old bronchial
subject, whose riieae have resisted the other
modes of treatment. For impaired ditfeatlou, and
iu fact lor debiliiv from any cause, I know of noth
liiKciiial to it . Its direct effect in strentheniiii!
the nervous system render It suitable for the ma
joritv of dise-ise. I ni. ir, your trulv.
W.M S, IIUWE. M. 11.
Notk It is onlv the independent. vv.dl-potei,
and uuseltlsu pbyiciau w Uo cau afturd to prescribe
this remei'y. Experience ha proved this The
highest cla medical men in eT'-ry lar-e city where
it is known, recommend it .
SYMPTOMS OF A
p:illl lltl'T Ul-' -'i;.i:'l'" -.'l.Jt'l'-. fllilltt-- Hlb'f flt-
(pi'w vv'rtr;ii''". ui' Mil", tin 1 1." ni-,' ni I fi- h.irt.
;!) . hklH. lUVlilHi f)r.
-tu-- rt! itliiiii. ti L'iiU ft nr-'ti uriii
If these warning' nrunhMiMl. 4fri'm!iHf'AM'-
wilt ttnoii ie Wm inpt'tl.
TITF'S PILL'S iiv i'-p-ci:i!lv uUpto.l to nuch
ciff. ui. (io-v t'fti"'t. nm. u a I'lta!:" of iVi-Hiii; as
toa-tuuih tin euVn-r.
A Noted Divine Savs:
Dr.Tutt Dear sir: For t-n year I have been a
martyr to dyucp:a. constipation uud plies.
Lal spring your pills were recommetided: I used
them. I am now a well urn. have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, pile ifoue.
and h ive naiued forty pounds of tiesh. They are
worth t fi. i r weight lu" gold.
RE v . R L SIMPSON. Louisvilk. ivv.
They increase the appetite, and cause the body
to take ou tl.'sli. Mi'is the sv stem i- tiourlsiied, a nil
by their tonic in tion on the dievstive organs, regu
lar stools ure p'oduced. Price -Ja c.-uts. V' Mi.r
r.iv street, N, Y.
TUTT'S HAIH DYE
Orav hair or whisker changed to a glossy black
by a single application of tin dye. It impart a
natural color, acts iisiantaneou.y. Sold by Urug
uist. or setit hyexprc on receipt or $1.
Ortite. S5 Muri-itf Stivt. New York.
ACITK OR CHRONK
SI KK CI HK.
Manuiaci'ir.'d oaly under tlie ahov
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIO.
Immediate relief warranted Permanent cure
guaranteed Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Phvtclan of Europe iiud'Atiierlca, becoming
Staple," Harmless and Reliable Remedy ou both
coutlnetit. The highest .Medical Academy of
Part report IP cure out of 1 1 Ht cae w ithin three
davs. Secret-T'he onlv dlssolverof the polsonou
I r'le Acid which exists' lu the Blood of Rheumatic
and tiouty Patients. (I a box: U boxes for $a
Sent to anv address ou receipt of price. Indorsed
bv Plivslcl'ati. Sold bv all Druggists Addre
Only Importer' Depot tlli Broadway, N, '.
For Sale bv BARCLAY WKOS.. and Druggist
T. WARREN CO.
OU- ;W'. Second St.
Foreign ami Domellc dried nml cntinod Kntlt ami
Vegetable. Canued, dried and salt Plb. Pick
les. Huueu. Oil aud Couillmei.l. Soup
t nil's, IluKIng Powders, groiinil ami
whole Spices, Toilet ami Laundrv
Soaps, Seed, .tellies, Preserve
Fancy (irocerlea anil (iro
Stock unparalleled In the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANUEL.
A I TV 11 ATT
U I I n H n
j u i i.x j v rf
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, May 19, lOtlii a m.
, Wheat June.f ISO;',': July, fl O.-.i;.
Pork-Juue, 10 2O14AIO 22: July,
Cora June, y:3'; July, uO.':!,'.
Oats -May and cash, S2 June, 30 J8;
NEW YORK OKAIN.
New Vokk, May 19, 11:40 a.m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Red Winter,
13;jJa'; Red Winter. $1 2G($C2J;
No. 2 Chicago, fl 2001 21 ; No. 2 Milvrau
kee, $1 2;il 2:). Com ctu:et-No. 2,
LrVERPtlOI., I;iy 10. 10.0i A. M.
Wbc-at uucliung.'tl Winter, !s lOil
lOd 4'I; Spring OsrUu ; California
average, Os o.l10s 4.1: California Club,
10,010s C.I. Corn 4s 114 112M.
LATEST BV TELEGRAPH.
WAsitiNtfTON, M;y 1. The presptVut
nnjiiinatetl Nathan GorT, Jr., of Clarkibur.
United States attorney fur West Virginia;
J. Evans, of Waco, L'cito.i States attorney
for the Western district ot Texas.
TOBACCO M A N C KACTV I'. Elts' BOM)-.
The bill relative to cancellation of expdt't
tobacco bonds, as reported to the senate, is
made to conform exactly t.) the provisions
and phraseology of the house bill, which
has been reported by the ways and means
committee, the object beinij to facilitate the
pa-sage of the senate bill from the speak
er's table, when it reaches the house.
National bank notes received for resoh
lution to-day amounted to fS'is.ibiO, the
largest amount received on any day since
June 3. 1371
Washington, May IS Neither branch
of couass made much progress to-day
with public business. Early in the even
ing both houses were left without a quorum
owing to the absence of a larirc number of
members, who were attending the horse
races. The boat race to-morrow will proba
bly deplete both chambers and seriously
interfere with legislation. Tlietc was sur
prise in congressional circles when it was
pointed out that the adjournment resolu
tion passed by the house la-t week was a
joint resuiutiou requiring the signature of
the president instead of a concurrent reso
lution. It is held by experienced parlia
mentarians that the resolution must go
back to the house to be acted upon in the
shape of a concurrent resolution. This of
course introduces a new element iu the ad
journment question aud ad'is somewhat to
the uncertainty as to whether congress will
get away on the Hist.
PREPARATIONS FOR Till! CONVENTION AT
sPItlNt. FIELD, H.I..
Spiiixr.FiF.LD. 111., May IS All day the
crowds about the hotels and ou the streets
have Deen augmented by fresh arrivals of
Republican patriots until the lobbies of the
principal hotels are a packed mass of talk
ing, gesticulating, perspiring humanity.
All the delegates have not arrived yet. and
by to-morrow it will be beyond anything
of the Republican kind ever before in
Heretofore it has been the custom of del
egates to come and leave the details of se
lecting delegates, nominating a ticket, etc..
to be arranged by a few managers. This
convention is an exception to the rule.
Every delegate now feels called
upon as a patriot to personally
button hole his fellow delegate and
inttke a speech tohiiu, half of which is iu
whispers, no doubt embracing profound
party secrets. A delegate hardly reaches
town before he is plucked aside by a repre
sentative of one of the factions, ami is given
the situation, and if found uot right, argued
with, and it is not long until the new
comer is engaged iu the same work with
which he was assaulted upon his arrival.
Never before was there so much individual
Ubor expended as ut this convention, and
there is dauger that after the arrival of
fresh delegates ceases, tlteae 700 working
Republicans will attack the citizens of
Springtleld ami the strangers who arc in
town. It is not certain but what the
Springlleld people would choose a Memphis
scourge to such a calamity as this would
be. It shows good organization, however.
Unexpectedly, tor some reason which does
not seem to be understood, considerable, op
position has developed against the-
Uli.NOMlNATlON Of 00V. Ct'I.l OM,
To-day, and it is asserted that ho is as good
as defeated This opposition may be the
work of the autl-Orant folks for the part
Gov. Ciilloiu took in the little Grant
"boom" in this city a few days since. Tlio
governor will start with a great many moro
votes than any of his competitors and If he
can control, them, which ho seems to bo
able to do, ho will get through all right.
Cullom is a good manager aud generull
comes in at the ''home stretch" ahead. The
other state candidates remain about the
same as reported yesterday.
THE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
Held a meeting at 8 o'clock, and elected
Internal Revenue Commissioner Green B.
Raum as temporary chairman of the state
convention to-morrow, and requested thn
various congressional districts to select e wlt
one member of the committee on creden
tials. The committee also adopted the fol
lowing resolution, excluding the contestants
from Conk and Greene, and here stopped
for the present:
Resolved, that no delegate except uncon
tested delegates !e admitted to the floor of
the hall, to whom tickets of admission
shall be given; that contested delegates be
admitted to seats in the gallery by ticket,
and that tickets for the remaining ssatijg
capacity of the hall and gallery be divided
exactly between the several members of the
state central committee; that sufficient room
be reserved for those delegates who may be
decided by the committtee to be leg:ti:y
THE WASIIBITNK AND BLAINE FACTIONS
Held a meeting to-night. S. A. Hurlbut
called the Blaine gathering to order aud
nominated Ge:f. E. N. Rates ot Cook for
president. John H. Roberts of Cook wan
chosen secretary. Gen. Hurlbut then ad
dressed the meeting aud said it was time
tor tlie anti-Grant men to speak out; that
this fighfhad been carried on by all state
officials against everything that was not for
Grant: that the dictation of the Coukliuga
and Cameron could not be tolerated in
Illinois. He warned Republicans that
Cook county must not be ig
nored iu tlie approaching can
vass, as she could easily swamp the state
if she d 'sired. He arraigned Log in and
other prominent friends of Gen. Grant in
strong terms, aa 1 continued until tltiully he
was called to order by Judge Smith, of
Champaign, who said lie did uot believe it
right to abuse Republicans, and especially
such eminent men as Logan in a Republi
can meeting. After further talk a commit
tee of seveu to confer and operate with the
Wa-hburue delegates was appointed, as fol
low,: A. Goodell of Iroquois, E. D. Riit i
of Logan. C. W. Marsh of IV Kalb, Dr.
Joseph Robbius of Adams, C. D. Smith cf
Champaign. Win. Gadorou of Rock Island
and Col. A. Waterman of Cook.
"Ciuncho-Qi'inine." Physicians say
this new agent "f Peruvian bark is a per
fect substitute for the sulphate quiniao,anl
that its action is preferable, as it can be
used iu same doses where quinine is indi
cated, und never causes the disagreeablo
erl'ects of the latter upon the head and
stomach. Druggists sell it at ?1 30 per
ounce, or sent postage paid, on receipt of
price by Messrs. Hilling, Ciapp & Co.,
Is Yuen Uaip. Fai.lino or Tcrmno
Gray.' "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly and delightful article ever in
troduced to the American people. It in
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gtimmy, and free front all impure in
gredients that render many other prepwa
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to grow where it
has fallen off or "become thin, does not soil
or stain anything, and is so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as tf make it a lasting
hair ibessing vud toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
at 73 cents a bottle, or six bottles for $4.
Principal Depot for United States, :0
North Sixth .street, Philadelphia.
Crown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve paiu,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or liowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, nm! is the great reliever of pain,
"Rrinvn's Household Panacea" should Ihj
in every family. A tcaspoouful of the Pan
aiva in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will bronlc
up a cold. ) cts. a bottle.
Mini Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Rrowu's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This rat
uahle combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to bo abso
lutely sure lu eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Doctors may disagree as to the lest
methods and remedies, for the cure ot con
stipation and disordered liver and kidneys.
Rut those that have used Kidney-Wort
agree that is by far the best ntedicino
known. Its action is prompt, thorongh.
and lasting. Dnu't take pills, and other
mercurials that poison the system, but by
using Kidney-Wort restore the natural ac
tion of ull the organs.
What is Hay Fever? This fashionable
disorder is supposed to bo an affection of
the mucous membrane of the noso. They
say that Henry's Carbolic Save will cure It
f used freely aud persistently. Gtvo It
trial, and let fashiou bo blowed.
Oca drug storos ore now supplied with
"Malt Bitters," tho now food medicine
which has dono so "much good and cornea
to us so highly recommended. Try It. It
mny save you heavy doctors' bills. ' ""
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