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of the leading biKiuvHi house whose ailvertiae
uictti. may lie round lu Tn Biili.ktin .
CO. lvier Jt Co., Commercial avenue ami Nine
I). Wllllrmsnn A Co.
Yonim A Hroil. rick, Wash. Ave , cor. Eiehth.
'J, .. O l.wiiKiuIn, Poplar, tur. Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Manau; office, IK) Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. c Jnrcivn. Eighth m ar Commercial.
lit E W'hiliock, 1 'Ai C'onimi'ii.lil avenue.
lloht Str.ylh, No. ll Ohio levee
II. II Cnnd.o-. No. TiiOliin levin- flip stairs).
E.iuualot- LUc. or New York, corner Twclllb ami
' Widows ami Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Coruiii'-r-jtul awuue.
DM-'.MsTS-WHoLEsALE AND KETAIL.
(.10 E O'llara, Klht--nt h and Commercial.
o-xaio'er Count-.' Hunk. Mh anil Coiuiuer. iai
i v N .' j :. ii . On .o levee.
'I hr States
l on,"! Twelfth M!'l Li'Vee,
IlUAi KKT s'l OliE.
rur.l. Corn' r Ninth ami Commercial.
.1 P m ; funcay : to t a. in.
.Moiji y Order Department open ut l a. m. ; close
at ', p. in
Tl.ro ..'r. Eipri Mali via Minn: Central and
S!:i-.ppi Centra! Huilroa.'s close at U.i p. in.
Catro at'l 1 o;.lr llijL' Through and Way .Mall
C'.i.- hi i. p II.
Via. M i.; v. I.Uiioi Central. Cairo and Vlr
n t.t,. and M.-.s:pp: Central P.;.l::uad cioco at
V tj p. Ul
W'y I.r Narrow Ov;i;.. Kitilroid clones at S
Cairo ki.d K anivi; If It.i. r f!o'..t'' close at :!
p. in. ila:.jr tei'i-pl Friday.'.
( it v Ofhcois.
Mayor-N U Th-s'l-wood.
Tr 'a'!M-r -EIm arc! O.v.oi, a
CL-rk Dennis !. Foley.
Counselor- -Wni. I! i.iln.-rt.
.Varba, J.C l.aii'K-A'.'.oru.-y-
V!i::a!ii Her: irl. s
l..ill.l or Al.t'CUVKM.
Kir War 1- V .1. Iluw.ey
SerofiiJ Ward-David T. Lint irar C
TU!f4 Ward-W I. Wr.'l.?. Eb. : Smith.
Fourth W .rd--'. ..:. IVn-r. Jerne livr.afton
1'iCh W'ard-T W. Halltdav. Erte.t L Petlit.
1 til ii 1 v (Miiitis.
Cir' if .I-!d.--D. .1 link- -.
Cirr'll I .Ti. A Pen-,..
Count,' .lint.'. -I: Yo, hi
Com 'v Cl, r - S .1 ll:;tiiiu
t u', n-V Avon,.- 'A '' V .li.' V
Co ii.''. 'I r-iu- :r r--M V- V. 1'n r r .
sn. r.tt II Mi.--..
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X l.iM S .t-.i-;. ! I'.r... v
dar. .1 A
4 FH.ic N M 1
i IVi.ti.t a:. I ' , :iir .ir.-.-t-: rvices Saliliatn H
a. in ai.d T :.. p. n. ; Sunday schooi 1 ..JO p. tu
illItl I IAN -K;
t; l.T-et ;!,, "-uh.
-Miriicil OF THE KEDEKM KK-
ourteenth utrei t ; Sutidav Morning- prayer
l l to & ii,.; een;n.' tiravt-r. . "! i. m.; suiiday
i-i houi I- vi a n. Ft. day evening raver 7: p. in
1"IHm" MiSlONAl'.Y HAlflsT ClUF.CU-
l'r. n, tniiu' ai 1" a. in.. :i p. in -. an 1 7::io p. in.
Sxlit.nih ,t.ooi a; 7:'i p m. Itev. T. J. slior-t.
JFTHKHAN-Tl.ifeeeiii u'r-et! rvl.- Sal..
j bath 1 "i" n in ; -1 1. ' ! n. y ri hool J p in. IieV.
METHODIST -Cur EL-MI- and Walnut c'reetii;
I'reai h'tiir Sutit.ath lo.yi a. ni. and 7 p.m.;
j.ravir ineetiii.'. W'ed:,e.iay ' p. in.; Sunday
Khoo',. v a in I'.er. Wliittak-r. pntor
KEsHYTEl!IAN -Kluttli ureet; preachinL' on
Salil'a'h at 11 i' a. ni. and 7:top. m.; prayer
nieetli,k' W'edn.-i!ai' at 7. !') p. in.; Sunday .Vbool
at :i I' m. Hev. II. V. Oeor.-e. pa-tor.
CI-ldND FKKI. , IJAITIST - rirteei tb
O i-ireet. tietw, .1, U'ii'.n;;t and ' edar Mreets, p. r-
FKKE WII.I. DAI'TIST
vices Sab' uth at :t and ': p. n
V.'T .IOl!I'll S , l; itnan C'atho'.ln Corner I'mm
. and W'ii.ni;t mtO't.. Sa'iiiutlt lo::ia,.
ti i . ; S in;l:iy s.'bo-, n' J p. i:i. ; Ve-.. ri .1 p. in. ; si r
V:c r I'MTV lll H' p. HI.
ST. I'ATIil. 'K Io nian Catholic; Corner Ninth
-'rrct and Wa-l.'.ii.-'on nvenile; ci-rvice,' Sale
t.n'h t and in a m ; 'e-;.er- : p n; ; Snnday ScIiimiI
3 p ni ; f-rvii . ev. rv da.' at . p. ill. Kev. F. Zaliel,
y II. MAULAN, M. D.,
I Cojti'ip:it Ii ic Miy.Mciau ami Siirircon.
O'tic. liu (;., ,inn rcia! avenue. I(''idcnc.c comer
Fo'irt. i.iith St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
jyi. K. W. WIIITLUCK,
Oitick No, lsi', Ciitnmercnil Avenue, between
kHJath uud Ninth Stre, i
jyt. W, C. .IOCELVN,
I'l'Fli'U Eiulit'd Street, near Coin mercinl Avenue,
XOTAKV TI lU.IC
Notary ruMie am! Conveyancer.
OFFK'K:-Wltb the Widows' and Ooriuintnt' Mil
llai Aid Society,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest uiul Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Kuimiiiif Two Daily
Trains From rain, Makinir II
KECT roXXF.CTION with
'I'llAINH Lkavk Caiko:
M:'o.-i m. M.til.
Arrlvlnuiu St. LouU (.:(. m : CUIci-i.. H'tjii i, m
lonnertl:,!. t u-llii and hllliicloii,, for Cini iu
imti, Loulp villi.-. Indiutmp.jln :tud points Ea-..
11 n.m. Ht. I.ouiM nuil VtMtiTti
ConnectiU'.' at st , Louis for all point Wen.
H:-J p.m. I-':iit Mxpi-omb.
For St. I.oniH and clilci.., arrhiu. Lieiii.
lo:lj p in., ami Cjlcao ' :'i la ui.
p hi. 'iiif -ijinrtt i KxpiVBx,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:!:, am,; I.ouivi:i 7:jl
a m.; liKianiip..li. Vnua.ru. I'-eii1:er ti v
ttni. trin r.-ac li the ul.ove point 1 'J I., ,'ii'i
1IUL li in iiihuni'i-of anj otiier route.
J-'ast Time Kast.
I'jKsfMlfciv h-' "iiMi;i:h to i:.i-t-
11 ern point- mtliimt anv il-iiiy
cau-i-d l.y Sunday liit-rv i,n,.-. The Mifirdav after
noon train fnnu Cuiro iirrlie. in ne York Mwudav
tnoruiui' ut Iumv Thir: ;x hnrr in advance
Uuy other route,
fjTor tiiniiii'li ti. ket- rin I r.irther Inf.irmul:-!'
i j.lv lit Iillnoi- Centra: K.niro.id D. pot.i a;ro.
Tli.UNS A Kill YE AT CAIKO
A1 . on, in.. dm ion vi i. in
v.t.1 :::::: .-,,
I As. .ii-UNsoN. J. .ion ES.
ii . -i 1 1, -rn Ai-e:,. 'i .. k-' '
W .". JOll.'l.. (!,. J'.. .Lu.,.r A.'el,'"
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS R. R.
:wwwiunurtf w v
II. . SMITIIKKS. ltwivov.
SUOllTKST SHOUT LINK RKT'.VEEN
CAIIiO AND ST. LOUS.
, Tiim s?i'hiIitli;;
Hiroiisrl. Expr.-s lnir ( a.ro
Ti.ro';.'h Il ...r, -s urr.ves at E. V Lot;
Through Expp-n ieave E si l.ou;,
V- p in .
i nrou-u r.xpreni arrue at Cu:m V!1
' p in.
.-i..ipuitiorirrommoi:at:t leaves c a:ro 1 : to ;i tu.
M I'l'ti-horo Ace arrives at Vnr.hvsb...-o 7 'i p ni.
Murphy'. or.. Ai c. Ien-.es Murph) -i'.TJ .. ?:' .tin.
Mnrjiiivslioro Aci arrive at i a;ru 11 ..'j a ai.
Til" Cairo A- st Louis K.vid i ti.e onlv all
K-t:i K..I.;.- i.etMeen i alio and St. Lol under one
n:anaen,ent. tlii r-fore th,re nr- to de:, - a'
a 'al;..... aanii.1.-(,i,niti. t.s from ot!,er'ii:;v.
(.'line and sure connection- at t, Loui withotLer
lines .,r North. E.,t and West
J A NAli.I.E.
L. M. .luHN'SON.
Q1IK) S: MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME T.VIU.E OK l'ASSKNo F.I I li'.MS'
VIM LNNES ( N.-. -I I, i7i.)
L' ru ai::,.
No. .' D iy E-;pr. Ex.. ).t i.!i 1 n i ... 1.
' I. Ep.'e. ; Exei-pt Miud-.v I . . .' !
" I Ni.'tit Expres . Daily i" V.'
Ml " h.spre i Except Mli,ihv)
1 Day K.-.j'r. . Exc pi
Ni.-nt Expres-1 Dal'v
1 p. III.
' X IU
I. Ii. Cl.AltK.
C. s. Conk. .It: .
Hen. Tiek-t A.-t C;t.
ST. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y.i
Cairo 'l'im. 'I'ablc.
Texas Expr.' ; Daily .' ',. p. m
'. oiiliei.ts at Char'n stoti for Ciduuibus
Texn I'x.r.'-s ; Pally! J !" a. s
A co'iiino.lat ion il'all) r-'.p.
office and l'a-s"n.-.,r D.-t.ot No " nhio I,eee t;n
,t c. ZIVVEU. Aw-c
D. Axtki.i.. i):viion S'.n'erint.-nd.ent ,
Wo Mean Cuicil. Not Merolv Kclievcl
And Can Prove What we (.".f.ini.
i'"''lhere are no failure am! no diappotnt
inent. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you can be cui;y und ipiii kly cured, as
hundreds have been already. We shall be pleased
to muii a sheet of testimonial to anv interested.
Caller's Little Liver Pills
Also cure nil forms of llllloiisness. prevent Constl
patlon and Dyspcnsln, promote DIu'estlon, relieve
distress from too in artv eattna. correct Disorder
of the Stoiimch. Stimuiiite the Liver, mid Heuulute
the llowels. They do all this by lakitii! Just one
little pill at a iloe. They are pur lv vcieta'ile, do
not ittipe or pu,r,e, unit are a nearly pertect as
it Is possible for a pill to be. Price i"i cet ts, S for
SI. Sold bv drtli.'..'ist evervwliere or sent by mail.
CAliTEIl MEDICINE CO., EIUE, PA.
TOJiimio a YEAH, or $r to
.'o a day lu your ow n loculltv
No risk Women do as well
as men. Many make more
than the amount stated
above. No one can fall tn
make money fast. Any one can do th" w-orli. You
can make from Mc to an lieur by ilevotlui; vur
evenings und spare time to the bt;sltie. It cost
nothlie.-to try the biishies. Notblnu' like it for
money run king everollered before, Htiincs pleas
ant, ii ml strictly honorable, Iteader. If you want to
know all about the best paying hultic' before the
ini'illc, send us your address and we w ill seed you
lull particular und private terms free ;ample
worth ia also free; you can then make up your
mind lorvottrse'f. Andre. UEcUUH ST1NSON
A'. CO. Purtlnud, ilaiue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY
dlciue. not a drink,)
HOPS, IiUCIIL', MAN'DIIAKE, DAN
DKLION. Aad t!ie I'urust and lle-t Medlcil Qunlltle of
all other Illtturn.
All dltt-anca of tin- Stomnch, Boweln. lilood,
Liver, Kliliiey,, and I ninary Orijutiii, Nervotia
ne. Sleejilec-cei. and e-peclally Fcmulu Com
plaint". 81J IN (,OLD
VI!1 lie paid for a ca-etliey will not cure or liclp
or lor uuytatn impute or inlurioini fouud lu
Akyo'ir )r,:.'!Kt for Hop Hitter- and try
them liclore youdeep. Take no other.
H.ifCoinii CfitE h the sweetest, ("afent and
best. Ak Children.
The Hot- I'A!i for Stomach, L!vvr and Kldnc-yu
I ripsnor lu all other. A-k Dru,'?ists.
I). I. C. in on absolute and frretlntslilo cure Tor
drunkennisn. ue of opium, tobacco uud nar
cotic Send for circular.
AH a'xne nold liy ilruujlriin.
II 'p Ditters Minufacturlun Co,, Hochest.'r, N. Y.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
Ry Carrier. oc IVr Week
O'LLKCTKI) WKCK'LV, or
810 IVr Year. &Q
I:' iii.i Ycur:y -r S-ir,i-Voar!y
The Weekly Bulletin.
i-.-i'ed i:vi:nv Monday.
To CLl'iJS of FIYK or MdltE,
The I r li.ktix 1 m vaiy
MLAN'tv HOOK WORK
Of all Kimls.
STEAM JOr, OFFICE
All Kinds otM oh A York
Estiiiiate- ftiniisheJ an i or.lers from
al-roa-l promptly atleii.kil t
I wo-Sheet. Full Sheet, Half Slii'ct,
ami Quarter Sheet IVters and
t'louraiiiinps. in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, BilU Ladiinr, Show
I'arJs Business Cards, Ball
and Weddiiiir Invitations I'.ook Work.
Ktc. Fte.. Etc.. Etc.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE JgsSbi STATES.
on nnduficr Monday, ,1 tine 10, the bo.it will make
the iiiilov, In;; trips :
l.KKSKX I.KAVKS IXAVK.
Fool Fourth st. M!sourl Land'g. Kentucky LiPr.
h a, in.
I'l a. m.
S p. m.
1 p. in.
' p. tu,
htilt) n. in.
l'i::m a. in,
'.': lit p. m.
4:W p. m.
SI.' N DAYS.
ii ii. tn.
It a. m.
5 p. m.
i p. tn
MORNTXG, MAY 21,' 1880.
AUK CUUED !
Noorennof thought or action can be employed
without the usulstimcc of the blood, anil no ortrau
can be employed nafely or with Impunitv without a
fupplyof Uealtby blood. With bealtli'v blood the
exercised ordain beconin well developed, whether
they be muscular or Intellectual. llvtheueol
FELLOWS' COMI'OCND SYKC1' OF HYI'o
l'llitSI'IJITES the blood 1 speedily vitalized ami
purlfled. and o made cuifable of producing a souud
mind and it sound body.
'1'erson Biitrerini; from impure blood, or who-e
health Is trlvini; way. either as ministers or thoe
who study closely, will Hurt In the Svrup the unite-
10 niiiiu ttietii up. and the tonic to keep tbeiu
DK. I LAY.
PlTTfiKl.li. Mk March. l7t'.
.Vit. J.t I. Femows Dear Sir: Durln? t le
past two yearn I have given jour Compound Syrup
ot Hypophospbiteii a fair though lomewliat devere
trial iu my practice, and am able to speak with con
fidence of Its ellecti. In restoring persons sutler
in.' from emaciation and the debility following dip
theria. It has done wonders. I constantly recom
mend it use In all affections of the throat and
lung's. In several case considered hopeless, it has
1,'lveu relief, and the patients urn fat recovering;
amonL' these are con-umptives and old bronchial
subjects, whose disease have resiste.t the other
modes of treatment. For Impaired digestion, and
in tact lor deiiilitv fi oin anv cause, I know of iioth-Ini-equal
to It. Its direct e'tlect iu streti-tlietiin.'
tlieiierMin, sy.tem renders It suitable for the ma
jority o! dleae. I am. sir. yours trulv.
W'M S. HOWE. M. I).
Note.-It is onlv the independent, well -po't.-d.
and unseltlsh physician who can attord to prescribe
tilis retllei V. Erturielice ha ornvf.l ihf T,
l;ii;h."tcia-s medical m, n In crery lar-e city wh-re
u it tmniu. r.;i..lllIOeIMI n.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lou of apt,,.,
I, -a. I mi h o
11. I". u d 1 lli
It tli(-i'ivaniiii-' are unheeded. erlouMiseac
Ul soon lie UeVi lopeil.
TnT" 1'ILL's :tre especially a lipte.l to such
,'. -i e t-:;.. i s.ie.i a i naiiLi.- oi le.-iin.' as
lous.ouisji me fUnerer
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr Tatt :- D- ir SI:: For ten years I have been a
martyr u dyiiep.a. cmti ;.atmu and pile
l.a-t sprim; your lulls were recommended: 1 ned
thetn. I am uow a well man, have u eood uppe
tite. d;i.vtion perfect, regular stools, pile gone,
iind Lave aam.-cl forty pound of ricsli. They are
worth their wei.-ht in 'o!.
HEY. K. L siMI'.-uN. Louisvii'.e. My.
Tl.ev iurr. a-".' Cue ;i-i;-tif--. and cause the mdv
to take ou :!,!!. thus the vtem i- iiourtsliec!, anil
by tln ir tome action on the di-i-stive or-au-. re-ti-lar
stools are p'o.lu.-ed. Priou .'." cut. ;.) .Mur
ray s-trcet. N, Y.
TUTTS HAIl! DYE
(iruy hair or whisker chaiiL'.'d M ti L'loy black
by a sin.-le application of tin dve, It imparts a
natural cnor, i,-t instatituneou-lv. Sold by tiru c
sist. or sent by express on receipt of $1.
Oiiice. 3.') Murray Street. Now York.
ACl'TE OK CHKOSIC
Masc.iiictared t: ! v under the above Trade M.i
Kl'liOrEAX SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OFPAKIS AND LEIPZIU.
In.r.ied'.iite relief warranted PertiiMiieut cure
L-'lanin'ceil Now excluslvelv ued bv all celebra
ted Physician of Europe ami America, becotninn a
Maple. Harmless nun Uelmnie Kemeilv on both
continents. The hleliest. Medical Academy of
Pari reports W cures out of loo case w itliin three
day. Secret The only dlsoUerof the poisonous
i ric Acta which exist tu the Hi 1 or liheumntic
and Oouty Patients. SI a box; ti boxes for :
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
ny I'hysiciutis. Sold bv nil Phil'l'M Aitdres
WAS1IBUHX .V CO..
(.inly Importers' Depot -Jli liroadwav, N, ' .
ForSalebv HA UCLA Y HIiOS.. and Uru.'.'ist
J. T. WAltREX & (X).
Uvv- Y. Second St.
Forclu'ti and Doaiestlc dried and canned Fruils and
Vegetables. Cmined, dried anil salt Pish. Pick
les, Sauces, oil uud Coudltnei.t. Soup
etilll's, lliikliii; Powders, around and
whole Spices. Toilet und Laundry
Soaps, Seed. .Miles, Preserve
I'aucy tirorerle and (iro
.Stock tinparullelod in the West.
SEND FOB OL'It ,-iGK0CER9" MAM'KL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, May 20, 10:17 M,
Wheat-May, 1 JunP( f t
July, 1 0-1 .
I'ork-Junc, $10 33; 'July, JIO 47.f.
Corn-May, 3.Sj8'; July, ;;o; Juno,
NEW YOKK OIIAI.V.
New Voiik, May 20, 11:40 a.m.
Wheut -irregular No. 2 Ited Winter,
1 321 33; lied Winter. $1 21(S32;
No. 2 Chicago, 1 191 21 ; No. 2 Milwau
kee, l 211 22. Corn quiet-N-. 2,
Liveiu'ool, May 20. 10:10 a. m
Wheat unchanged Winter, 9s 10.1
10s 4.1; Spring, 0s103 ; California
average, Os 3.110s 4.1; California (Tub,
IOsQIOs 01. Corn-oi.
LATEST RY TELEGRAPH.
THE SPItlNOFIEI.D STATE CONVENTION.
Si'Hinofiei.d, 111., May l'J.-The much
looked for day ami the great event have ar
rived. The "pivotal" Bepuhlicau state con
vention is revolving, and the proceedings
up to the hour of the noon recess, although
not as terrific in their explosive character
as many may have anticipated, were evi
dences of a feeling of outraged innocence
displayed l.y the anti-Grant men, which
hid revolutionary desires on the part of
many of the anti -Grant patriots. These
feelings wire adroitly concealed
by the anti-Grantites, while Long
Jones of the opposition and chairman of
the state central commute lost his head.
At 12 .00 Mr. Jones, chairman of the cen
tral committee, culled the convention to or
der, when prayer was offered by Bev. Mr.
Nourae of this city, who had the extremely
bad taste to make a political speech out of
his prayer; informing the Almighty that it
was a critical moment for the party, no
doubt because the anti-Grant fellows are
trying to defeat his nomination, asking for
success and praying "that no mistake might
lie made." The prayer was greeted with a
round of applause, as the delegates were
aausite.i mey were yet on "praying
The call was read, when Mr. Jones in
formed the convention that he had been
instructed by the state committee to name
Mr. Internal Berenue Commissioner Green
B. Bautu of Bop.) county, as temporary
chairman of the convention.
As soon as the secretaries were appointed,
Dr. Bobbins, of Adams county, an intelli
gent anti-Grant delegate', opened the ball
by saying he saw vacant seats on the floor
of the convention (the Grant and anti-Grant
men occupying the galleries tit each ju.1 of
the hall), and desired to know by what
right they had been excluded from the con
vention Hour by the central committee,
pitching into that organization generally
and declaring such action without parallel
This brotio-ht Bowctr, ot Macoupin,
Mr. Bull, of LaSalle, Senator "Logan, ot
TaeKsou," who here
Tl UM.Il IT AS A DEI.F.tiATE
From tin: south part of Illinois, and others
to their feet defending the action of the
rt. ,,,,,,,; i n i ..i .. . .
c-uionucc, ;i;m :ui ueciiiting mey were m
favor of extending the courtesy of seats,
without votes, to all contestants as soon as
the committee on credentials had been
appointed. Motions and counter motions
were made during which, at times, the
wildest confusion prevailed, and several of
the leaders of the contestants from Cook
county came down from the galleries und
took scats on the floor of the convention,
when finally a motion ordering till the con
gressional districts c ilh'd save the Second.
Cook county, for the purpose of naming a
member from each a committeeman on
ere lentials, w is adopted after much nian
o'uvi'ing on the part of the anti-Grant men.
COM MI'I'IEE ON CREDENTIALS.
This committee stands Ellsworth, Grant.
Sheridan, Burke, Moore, Chews, Nollman,
Brown and Graham, ii for Grant; while
Ferry, llurlbut, Beurdsley, Emery, Ilamil1
ton, Branson and Prince, 7, ure for Blaine,
and Smith and lla'.ber, 2, are for Wash
burne, making a tie vote by combining the
opposition to Grant. At this point a mo
tion to adjourn was entered by Mr. Wright,
of Boone, when Senator Logan secured the
floor and asked to have it withdrawn to
enable him to submit a resolution. This
was refused by Wright, when the conven
tion went into a regular bear dance, the
confusion betng very great, and it looked
as if an open revolt would ensue. The
vote was taken on adjoin nuient, the con
vention refusing to adjourn by 21$ yeas to
34!) iinys by call ot the comities; and tins
was the first kaockdowu and blood for the
Gruntites. It was a fair test vote, nnd does
not represent nil the Grant strength. Sen
ator Logan now obtained tho floor and in
NEW SERIES NO. 283.
Which pledges all members of contesting
delegations to abide by tho action of tho
conventiou in determining who are entitle,
to seats from the contested districts. After
a weak struggle of resistance on the part
of the anti-Grant folks the resolution was
adopted with a yell. Logan swore in the
convention and tho convention adjourned
until 5 p. tu,
Tho convention reassembled at 5 p. m.
After waiting some time its Temporary
Chairman Baum, as the committee on cre
dentials were not ready to report, suggested
that a recess be taken. Frank Lumbanl
was loudly called for and after singing
"Old Shady" in which be adroitly rung in
the name of Grant, the convention went
into a delirium of applause and finally ad
journed until 8 this evening.
A.' indicated in these ulsputehcs tho tight
has been Bent to the committee on creden
tials, but tho results of the afternoon ses
sion of that committee to-day will not stay
there, where the managers of tho conven
tion hoped to keep it.
On the Cook county muddle tho com
mittee stands 8 to 0, but in the Greene
county contest tho Grant men in order to bo
consistent and save their frieuds from Cook
have to vote to seat the Blaine delegate's as
they bolted in Greene county whHe Grant- '
ites held possession of the regular conven
tion. The committee stands ten to admit
the Blaine delegates from Greene to eight
against. Tho Cook county Grantites are
ready to pledge themselves to abide the ac
tion of the convention in deciding their con
test as Logan's resolution demands, and as
the committee on credentials, by a vote of
J to 8 asks, while the Farwell hall delega
tion have refused, so far, to answer tho
call of the committee on this cpuestion. If
they continue to refuse their claims to
seats will be ignored by a majority of tho
committeY. The Palmer house Grant de
legates from Cook will be recommended for
seats, and a minority report claiming seat
for the Farwell hall delegates will also go
into the convention and there be fought out.
Tho convention is
I.AIKi ELY OKA NT
As was shown by a test vote on the ad
journment motion at noou to-day before
Logans resolution was adopted, standing
34!) against 24S for adjournment.
The anti-Grant men are very indignant
that Senator Logan should act as a delegate
trom Jackson county, when his residence is
in Chicago, and say that he is acting with
out credentials. An anti-Grant credential
committeeman says there are no creden
tials before that committee showing that
Logan is a delegate.
The convention was called to order at
twenty minutes of !) p. m. J. M. Deards
ley, secretary of the committee on creden
tials, presented himself before the conven
tion, stating that all the counties were
pro-ierly represented and entitled to seats
save Cook and Greene, and asked for fur
ther time. Ho also stated that the com
mittee would not bo able to make nuy re
port in relation to the two last named
counties until to-morrow morning. The
convention received and adopted the re
port and gave the committee further time.
anil then adjourned until !) a. m. to-morrow.
THE FARWELL HALL DELEHAT3S
Held a meeting to-night at which it was
determined to send a committee to tho com
mittee on credentials, informing it that
they were ready to be heard as to their
claims to seats, but did not propose to be
bound by Senator Logan's swearing in reso
lution. About this time Mr. Farwell ap
peared in the hall and informed the meet
ing that the committee on credentials had
adopted tt resolution declaring that contest
ing delegations would have to submit to Lo
gan's resolution before their claims
could be considered and that
another resolution .was then
before and likely to bc. adopted by the
committee on credentials declaring that un
less the Farwell hall delegates agreed to
submit to the terms of the Logan resolution
their claims would not be considered by
the committee ou credentials, and advised
that the committee to be sent before the
credential committee bo given discretionary
powers, and that the Farwell hall delega
tes had better make up their minds to take
what they could gut. The meeting accept
ed Mr. Farwell's advice and so instructed
its committee. This practically breaks up
the opposition to Grant and gives him tho
delegates to the Chicago convention.
The committee on credentials spent tho
evening iu considering tho Greeno county
contested case, finally concluded to admit
both tho Grant and Blaine delegates, giving
one-half vote to each delegate, and nd
journed till morning. If the Cook county
contestants are settled ou the same basis,
the Grant people will get more than they
claimed, which no doubt was the cause ot
the settlement of Greene iu tho maimer
VMutis Hay Fevf.h? This fashionable
disorder is supposed to be an ntlection cf
tho mucous membrane of the nose. They
say that Henry' Carbolic Save will cure it
f used freely and persistently. Give it a
trial, nnd let fashion bo Mowed.