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of I he Lading business bouse whoso advertise
ment muy he found In Tin Ileum
V O, Inner & Co., Commercial nvcnud a ml Nine
(.. 1). Williamson A :o.
Yocum ,t llrodcrlck, Wash. Ave , cor. Eighth.
i , .1, O'Lougmlli, Poplar, for. Twentieth.
Dr J II. Mitri'Uii; ofllc, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Joc-lym Eighth near Commercial
Ir K. W. Whitlock, 1 Hi Commercial BH-tiue.
Unlit. Smyth. Nd.iiOOI.Io levee
II. II. Candcc. No. 7" UUio levee n:i stairs)
Equitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Widow and Orphan Mutual A1 -Society, Seventh
'id CnuiM' r'.lnl avenue.
Dl.TGMST-i-WlloLESALE AND KETAIL.
Geo E O'llara. Eighteenth a nd Comm. -n dal.
Alcxand'-r County Hank, fill and Colium reta)
ily NiO'.nnal, Ulnu levee.
C l.n in 1 ion Three State. .
Jol.l; Sroat. cori.fr Twelfth and I.evi'f.
K (' Ki.rd. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
t ENEKAL DELIVERY oji-n . :) a. m.; close
J 6:H'p:u.; Sunday : I: to b a. m.
Money Order Depurtm-nt iku at . m.; close
at r ii. in.
Through Y.xrv Mill-' via l'.lin.ii Centra! and
Mississippi .V-L;rl lt.u.'oad close at 12;:;' p. m.
Cairo and Poplar liluiT TiirougU and Way Mall
C 'h-i lit W.'-VI J. Ill-
Wav V.uil via I. Hi."'. Central. Cairo and Vln
teiitif and M'.s'.ss'ppi Central iLiilroads close at
t t.'p i. ii. . , ,
Wu) Ht.'. U: Narrow da ige H'.i.road clo-i at t
Cairo i...d Evaiisvillc Kiv.-r Route. ci- at ::
I in. eli.iy (i-i.-.cpt Friday)
City Oiht His.
Mayor - V E Thu-tlcwood.
Tresur'-r - Edw arl lie iron ia.
cierk-D'.nio. J. Vuo-y. .
Co iiii" lor- Wni. IS Gilbert.
Mar.ha : I Ullne
Attorney - William Hen inc's.
hn.Ul!) T AI.DKIOO!
First Ward-M. .1. Ilulev
h'orid Ward-llaviU T. Lie- r. J'.. Wood-
TLii.1 Ward -W. 1' W'rifht. Ej'n rt Smith.
Fo .r'h W-iri --C'.nrS-" ) I'.itu r. Jatne- Kyr.aoton
Filth Ward-T. W . lUliiday. tn.. -i II tvtut.
County n!ic r.
Circuit Jn.i.'i- - l. .1 li.iki r.
Circji C'iffk-J. A- l!i-'i- -.
4't.un'y J'ld.v K o ii!ii.
( ount'v Cii r-v ' M'inini.
Coul-.v Attnrn-y--W' C. M likey
Co.in'v Trea-';n r-.V.ili ii W. I'arker.
Sin rii-.lohi. Ili'dfc
Cori'i.'-r- K. f ttZ'.'fra.c.
Cuiin'.v Co!.ii.i-'' u-r--T. W. ila'.'
l. '.I'll'". S'im ii I l'.r:!i-v
aj. .1 A
AFI'.K'AN M E -Fourteenth atreet. iHtween
Wain-.t ai:d iVhr tre.-t: f.-rlr.- Sabtiatn U
a in. uLdT: t" .. :o ; Sttuduy S.-.hoo'. 1::' u. in.
CIIJMTIAN Kihti- nth tre.-t; meeting Sati-
hath lo: ).);.. !:..; (.reachini; occaclota.iy.
CIiri.Cli OF THE KEDEEMEK-Ei,iio.al)
J Fourt'-:.th i-tr.-et; hun-lay M.inilni! praye
lo: iO a. ia.; oenii: jirayr. T:4 . m.; fimday
n hool : V a. m. Fli lay i-veiiit: .ravf :.- I'. m.
IIIOT M1SSIONAHY 11AITIST CIICKCIJ
V I'r- uehin.' at lii:ia. m.,:l p. i:l. ami ": in.
S.ililiatii kIiik'I a'. 'M . in. Ui.v. T. J. Miurf(.
jl'THEHAN -Tl.irti'i Mil 're.-t; . rvh i- Sah
J batbl:: a ; Sumiay eliMil i . I:.. Ilev
METlIi!)IST-C"r. Eighth atiu Walrait ftreetf ;
Cn-ai -hir.if sal.Nitli ln:-' a. m. and 7 f. m. ;
I'ravir meftin. WrdufMlay V:i i. i.; Sunday
S.'huol. f a. hi. l!eT. Whittaker. '.iihtor.
1JKESUYTEHIAN -Eiftilti street; irearhii.L' on
Sahtinth at 11 :' a. in and T::p. in.; prayr
meetirji; Wedni-niav at 7::fip. in.; Sunday Silmol
at :j p. Mi. Kev. Ii. V. U'-'irt . pai-rir.
CECDNl) I'I'.EE WU.I. I'.AITIsT-rifeelth
O ftreet. Iietwei-n U'alint and Cedar ftreet-, n.-r-Vlcee
Sallmth at a and : :' p. m.
'T. .HlEI'll a (Hoinan Ciitliniii-i Conn r Criipi
and Wa'iiii:t -t r-'i ; eniei" Sa''liath MSioa. i
to. ; Sunday S. hind at J p. in ; e-perr' 1 p. m. ; er
to e every da;, at : p. :;i.
ST. I'ATIiM K ( Human Cntholii ) Comer Ninth
... etri'et and W:i;iii:jton iiviime; aervire" Sah
n.it ti and lo a. i.i. : Ve-pi-ri-'! p m. ; Sunday Si'ho"!
i! V in. ; n rvii very d i..' at s m. Kev. F. Zahel,
y" II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Hiniifoiiiitliie riiysician and Siirtrc-on.
OIUc." ll'l Oi, Alio rclal av.-nue. liesidcnce corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
E. W. WIIITLOCK,
oi'Pnr No. Mi'. Couimirclal Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth StreeU
. C. JOC'ELYN,
1.) E N T 1 8 T .
OFl'K'E-Elglith Street, tiear Commercial Avenue.
NOTAKY I'l IIMC.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With tho Widows' mid Oorptiaiia' Mil
mil Aid Society.
I St- W
4 Ms s-fS
5 c s w
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
TIjp Only Lin,. Uunninfir Two Daily
'I rains From Cairo, Makiiisr hi
KFXT COXXKCTIOX with
Tr.AIN'M I.eavk Caiiio:
Arrlvluifln St. I.oul (1:1.-, a m.: Chlca'.'o. ::i p m
Coi.neeilnK at Odin und tfllnKham for Cincin
nati, .ouhn-iile, Indlunapolii' and polnta fan.
11 a.m. Kt. I,oul im,i W(-Mt-ru
(Jormectii.c ut St , LotiU for all pidnta Wot.
.'Jt'.'O p.m. I-'iint l'',xpri'H.
EorSt. Lnnu and rhlriiro. arrlvlUK at St. Louie
10:1:, p i,i., and Cbleao 7:-."i a in.
P mi. ( 'iiiflmifiti KxproNN,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:1.1 am.; I.ouinvllle 7:J
a ni.: Indianapoli. 4:ooa.m. I'ai"-enj.-erii hv
till" train reiu h the ahove polm ly lo.'Jtj
liOl'ICS u advance ol any otner route.
Fast; Time K.'ist.
l;liSPll(r1v ''' llllH "'o- cothrotit'li to lia-t.
u , , 1,'-1 eru pointi! without any delay
caui-ed hy Sunday Inn rvenln-. The Sati;nlav afti-r-tioon
train from Culr'i arriu-n In m-w York .Vlondav
liMirumat I ii ;:;.i. Th;rty-.x l.our in ai'.am:e n'l
any oin-r route.
"'For thrr.'it'h tl ket and further Information,
aj piV at Iiiiiioj" C'-ntral Kailroiul li.-p it.i airo.
TIIAINS AIllilVE AT CAIIIO
KI'rc- : -.- r, p ,,
Ac oiiilnodatloli p ni.
Nluii IM a.m.
.1A. .IOHNsoN. .1. II. JUNES.
"-n Miut:. m A-.-'-nt. Ti,-k' t A'vt.t
W I'. JullNvy (.en. l'an.-nr A.'ent
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. W. SMITH NHS. UH-.-ivr.
SHOIJTKST SIIOliT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hron?h Expre-" Cairo
Tl.roujh Exprecs arrives ut E. St Lout
Through E.T'pr"-H leavi-a K. it l.oui-..
Throne ii Exjti arrives at Cairo
.M'.:rphylioruacn.mmodatitiIeaves Cairo 1 :'i p.m.
.'i-n;iMoro An:. arnvi .ni iurptiyiioro 7: " p.m.
Murphy-Luro Ace leaves Murphyslmru .. S;i"ini.
Murj'hv!'um Ad . arrives at Cairo 11 :;;m.
The ( aire A-st I.ouW Hail Hoa l l the only all
liai! Houte lietui-eri Cairo and St. Lie.iU under one
luaiiajemeiit. th- n-fore theri- ar- ro fi-!av at
way tatii'li awaitili.- cot:nftiois from otl.er'llnes.
Clnse iw.dsr.re ei'!.nr.-!nl at St Loui' with otter
line i.if .Mirth. r.:i-t and W est
I A NACOLE.
OHIO ct MISSISSIPPI IV v.
""IJfT M I Mill ilfj
ti J" i rtri I - - - v
TIME TAI'.I.E UK l'.M;V;,'.!t TIIAIN"
VIM KNM (Nn.'. -JO, IsT'.M
No. li iy E- r--- .E.r-pt mil lav) ...l: op, m.
' Eprcss i Except Siiudmi I",", p.m.
" I Night E.pn.-s (DailyT 1-J:'a. i:.
.o hxpr"ss i hii-ept Miud.iv 1 .
" I i;iy Evpr-'-s iEe ni ;;i,i:
. 'i:i'.i a. n.
" ; Night .
.!. I!. Ci.auk.
1 1 H i 1
C. S. Conk. .Ir. ,
Oeti Ticket Ag't Cincinnati '
ST. LOUIS, I. M. fc S. R'y
( ro Tim 'l':ihl.'.
Uxas Express 'Dally
' niiijei ts at Charleston fur c olumbu
Texas Express ;i'.ai'vj
.1". p. i.i
Ollii e and l'li-seiig, r Deiiol No. ViOhlo Ie'Vee tm
.1 C. XI MM Ell. A gen
I). A.Tf i.i.. Division S;u rliiteiid'-nl .
v Mean Curetl, Xot Merely Uelievpil
And Can I'rove What we Claim.
f'Tlieri' are no failures und no dl 'appoint
ments. If you are troubled with Sll'lv HEAD
ACHE you can be easily and quickly cured, as
hundreds have been already. We shall bn pleased
to mall u sheet of testimonials in any Interested.
Carters Little Liver Pill
Also cure all forms of Biliousness, prevent Constl
patloii mid Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
distress I'i'otu too liearlv eating, correct Disorders
of the stomach. Stimulate the Liver, und lleguhite
the Bowels. They do all this by taUinu Just one
little pill at. a done. They are pur"ly vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, unit are us nearly perfect as
It Is possible for u pill to be. I'rlce $ certs, 5 lor
SI. Sold by druggists everywhere or sent by mall.
CAIiTEll MEDICINE CO.. Eli IE, I'A.
TO snoot) A YE AM, or $ to
!" a day In vour own locality
No risk Women do as well
as men, Many make more
than the uiuouut stated
above. No one can tall to
make money fust. Any one can do the work. You
can make from soc to an hour by devoting your
evenings und spare time to the business. It costs
nothing to try the business. Nothing like It lor
money making evcroll'crcd beforn Itusim.a. i,l,.s.
nut and strictly honorable. Header, if vou want to
know all about the best paying business before the
public, semi lis your address mid we will send ou
full particulars und private terms free samples
worth 5 alsofrccj you ran then make up your
mind forvoursulf. Addrcaa OEOHUK STINSUN
A CO, I'ortlaud, Maine
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY
diclno, not ilrlnk,)
HOPS, ni'CHl, MANDH.VKE, DAN
DELIOX. And the I'uruut and Bent Medical Qualities of
ull other Hitters.
Alldiea-i:i of the Ptoma:h. llowcU, lllocid,
Elver, hidncya, and L'ulnary OrKaim, Nervoua
njfH, S!.!'!pi.Mni.M and specially Female Com
plalLtn. flow IX GOLD
Will he paid for a case they will not cure or hedu
them w,ytll"1: lmP,;"! f ItijurlotiH fouud lu
Atkyourl)ruir'.'l-t for Hop Bitters and try
thum helore you -deep. TaUu no other.
Hoi'Cofiill C't'HB 14 the awoeteiit, afent and
licKt. Auk Children.
Thn Iini-I'ad lor Stomach, Liver and Kidneys
In superior to ull other. Auk Dru'ists.
I), t. C. Ii an bnolnte and irruaUtablo euro for
dninkentie-K.ii.-o of opium, tobacco and liar
oitict. Hend for clrcuiar.
Ad ahove fold by (IrtizgUtfi.
Hop Bitters Mauul'actarin Co.. Iiochcstcr, N Y'
THE DAILY Bl'LLETIX.
The Daily Bulletin.
Ry ('airier, 25c Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, nr
810 Per Year. BIO
It' puM Yu;ir!y cr Senu-Yf:tr!y
The Weekly Bulletin.
Cdluinn S Paire Paper
I'ED EYEUY MONDAY.
To C'Ll'DS of FIVE or MORE,
1.U per Yc-nr.
rn..T, i t
I il fc I)L Ii.Lr.1 IsN 1)1 ADEIIV
15LANK HOOK WORK
' Of all Kind..
STEAM JON OFFICE
A-lllvinds of J ob Yovk
Estimates fY.nnshn a:i i ov'Ut-: from
tibrcm I promptly utunueii to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
ami Ouai'tcr sheet Posters anil
Proo'raiiiincs, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads. UiU Heads, Xote
Heiuls, Statements, Hills Latliiiir, Show
Cards, Hiisiness Cards, Hall
ami Weddiuir Invitations. Hook Work,
Etc., Ktc, Ktc. Etc.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
TIIKEE isi STATES.
On and after .Monday, .tune id, the bo.it will make
the I'.illowiug trips:
I.lfAVKa I.KAVKS MtAVKS
Foot Fourth st Missouri LaniFg. Kentucky Ld'g.
s a. m,
10 a. m.
-! p. m.
I p. tu.
s::ui a. ni.
.':;i a. ni.
4::ii) p, m.
u a. m.
It a. m.
:l p. m.
S p. m.
3 t. m
MORXIXG, MAY 21
No organ of thoti-ht or action can he employed
without the alrtancij uf the blood, and uo urim
can Iw emtiloyed aal'ely or with impunity without a
supplv o Lealthy 1.100.1. With healthy lilood thi
exercised organs become well developed, whether
J'i'?'.,."',..mu"cu,"r or Intellectual. Bv the n.,.,,1
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYW.T OF IIYl'u
i'llOSHlITES the blood is speedily vitalized ami
pi rlll.-d. andsn made capable of producing a sound
mind and a sound body.
'I'eTsons sutrering from Impure blood, or whose
health Is elving way. cither as ministers or tho-.i
who tt'idy closely, will And In the Syrup the mute
p liu m them up, and thu tonic to keep them
lb,'rc' DR. CLAY.
... , . PiTrsptELii. JIe.. March. 17'.'.
Ml.. Jawks I. F ei.i.oh s iii'ar Sir: During tho
past two years I have given your Compound byruo
ot IlTpopUosphitesafairthoii-h somewhat nevcre
trial la :ny practice, audam ahlu to sp. ak with con
Bueocof Its eliect'. !n restoring persons sufT.-r-ing
f via emaciation nLd the dehilily following dtp
theria. it has done wonders. I constantly recom
mend its use In all affections (if the throat and
lungs. 1 1. several cases considered hopeless, it ha,
given relief, and the patlen's are fast recovering
among these are consumptive, and old bronchia!
subjects, whose d'.ieaes have resisted the other
modes of treatment. For impaired digestion, and
in fact lor debilitv from any cause, I know of noth
ing equal to it. Its dir-ct effect In Ftn-nstlienni''
the nervous system rend' rait suitable, for tho ma"
Jority of disea-'es. I atu. sir. yours trulv.
w.m. s. Howe. m. i).
Note. It Is onl' th" independent, wall posted,
and uuselflsU physirians who can a.iord t prescribe
this remedy. Exptrience has provd this. The
highest class mediial m-;n in eery Urge citv where
it is know n, recomiiend it .
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.fws nrnpiii-T1'.'. miHsea. bo-.v.-!a rustjv,.. iviin in
tip-jj.-mi mil n mill s,-n:iii..ii m i;,e he t; pvt.
pun in.d.-r 'i s'i,, i ! . i .-r . n.mi... ii,,,!,,.. Hn,.r ,.M.
ll r n - MMiaMB miMiM.ii M
'J'-' .." ,'ii.-!ma' :'-n i.. . x.-rtnin '. M..,v . ir
'niii.iris" :'" . li "ii-TnT"Tw,Tm!Trru
iiH.iMii'ii iMMiiii' mimiti aMwauMaiuuij!!!!
U'itV. W.-ari,,...., . Ii '."!'; II n ! Il'-.trt
- ii mm i i an man immmmmjj1m1ii1jL
V.m..'!' ill''" ''''" 1'"'W skill, in- i.,i, re.l
i, .tT '' ' it. :, i r, , ,. ,,r.-, in ii,,.
It' tlif-sevarnings' are unli-:ileil. seii-ntsMiseasi'
Will Soon lie ileV. lopl'd.
TITT'S 11 LLi'S 'ir.' especlallv alipted to such
a-i-s. i,i! u.i-c e:i-i-i nu n a l uang-ot lecun-j
tod-towih the sufferer.
A Noted Divine Savs:
ui. mi. . ienr r-.r; rurien years i nave oei-u a
martyr i uysnep-ia. on-tti'ation and piles
l.a-t spring your pills were recommended: I tisei
them. I am now a vv.'il miu. have a good none
tit-, u.g.-stiou Di-rf-et. regular (tools, idles iriin,.
and have g-iiaed Inr-y pounds ot ilesh. They arc
worth their weight It: g-'M.
llh. K. L SIMPSON. Louisville, Ky
l tiev incre.'.s the apstntitc, and c:itl the body
otanuoii ,i-s;i. fi'is t:i- s stein is nourished, am1
by th-ir tunic action on th- digestive organs, regit
lar stoois ure prndu.-cl. l'ri?.t-1 c.-nts. Mur
ray Mreei, , l ,
i U 1 L O lliLlli LIlTj
. (iriiv Inir or whiskers chan -ed to a elnssv hinck
by a single application of this dve, It Impart a
natural com:, acts instanr iueou-ly. Sold by drug-
s"-"-. "I i-1--! ) iA'iL-f! uu receipt ol l.
Olricp. :5 Murray Street. Xew York
ACl'TE ()! CHHOMC
Mj KE CUKE.
!y under the nbove Trade
EUIIOPEAX SALICYLIC MEDICIXE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
gmiran'eed Now exclusively used bv all celetire-
teii ruysii-ians oi turope and America, bc-tomim; a
Staple. Harmless und Iteliah-e Remedy on both
continents. The highest Medical Academy uf
Carls reaorts cures out of liM cases within three
days, S-'eret-The only dl'solverof thepoisounils
I'ric Acid which exists in the Blood of liheiimulic
and tiouty Patients, jl a t,ox; H holes for .".
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physician. Sold by all Druggist. Aildres
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot i!4 Broadway, N. Y'.
For Sale by BARCLAY BUOS.. and Dnn-i'lst
J. I1. AVAKREX & CO.
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Vegetable. Canned, dried ami a!t Fish, pick
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Fancy Groceries and Gro
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SECOND DAY'S SESSION OF TUB ILLINOIS BE
Si'mwiFiELD, 111., May 20. -For the first
tunc in the history of Illinois the state con
vention of a leatling political party is ex
ceeding its usual time consumed in its de
liberations, and is holding a two and prob
ably a three days' session. There is much
to do yet; in fact, nothing has been accom
plished, practically, up to this time. 11 a.m.
Tho delegates arc getting-tired of this
thing, however, and are manifesting impa
tience to get away. Promptly at !) o'clock
the hall was crowded, every delegate being
m his place and anxious to proceed to out
ness. The chairman, knowing' that the
comuvitU'e on crcicuiiuia ttu not u-mly to
report, was stow in assuming the pavsl,
which he did not do until twenty-live min
utes alter nine o'clock.
THE FIRST Ul'SINEvj
Was to receive a partial report of the com
mittee on credentials in relation to Greene
county as reported yesterday. Several at
tempts were made to take a recess until
about noon as the convention could do
nothing until the committee on credentials
reported, but -all failed. Finally Dr.
Joseph Hobbins of Adams, anti-Graut, ob
tained the lloor and with much feeling
said the convention had waited long
enough tor the committee on credentials to
settle the contested cases and it was now
time to act. lie therefore offered the fol
lowing resolution :
Ilesnlved, that the committee on creden
tials are instructed not to consider the
claims ot any contesting delegates who
bolted from any convention which met in
the manner, at the place and at the time
designated by the proper authorities to call
The resolution was received with the
wildest demonstration of approval by the
anti-Grant men, and others not knowing
what they were cheering.
A motion to table was made and re
ceived with loud demonstrations of approv
al by the Grant folks. The question was
put after great confusion, many delegates
being on the floor at the same time, yelling
and gesticulating wildly at the chairman,
and Mr. Robbing was promptly snuffed out.
The motion to table was earned by a vote
of a ."SI for, and 231 against. On the an
nouncement of the rote tho Grant people
went into hysterics of delight, as this was
A SO.UAUE TEST VOTE,
Whether Grant or his opponents had the
most votes in the convention. The Grant
followers seemed crazed at this square dec
laration in their favor, while tho nntis were
equally dejected. Nothing could be lieatv
for several moments, when the c'hairtu
announced that the motion to take a recess
until 11 o'clock was carried
Nothing further was done by the con
vention until 2 p. m., when the hall was
soon tilled with delegates, who occupie
two or three hours' tune trying to keep
cool, interspersed with some good and some
weak attempts at wit. Near 4 o'clock it
was understood that the committee on
credentials would soon, report, when John
Logan, with a-i effected senatorial dignity
and spirit of conciliation, offered the resolu
tion limiting the remarks by the two repre
sentatives of Chicago contestants to thirty
minutes to a side and wiping out all par-
limeutary precedents and practice, by shut
ting off all motions to adjourn, etc., thus
further tying up the anti-Grant minority
and depriving it of those rights which are
ilways conceded to minorities.
THIS HIOIIUaXDEI) OLTlt.VOE
Of the boss was vigorously resisted by a
few determined anti-Grant men, but their
resistance did not last long, us the previous
question gag was applied. Logan's resolu
tion was adopted and the screws were given
mother turn on the dying amis. During
this combat, amid great confusion, the par
liamentary question of depriving minorities
if tint light to move to adjourn, a motion
which is always in order, was raised on a
question of privilege by Frauk Crosby, of
Kane. Chairman Haum ruled him out of
M'der. when Crosby angrily retorted, ask-
imr if the chair was running the convention
rate torce or his personal caprice. This
made the excitement greater than ever, and
open revolt seemed imminent. Finally
Was restored when the committee on ere-
Ientials ut last appeared, and was greeted
with prolonged cheers by the 'nearly swel
ling, ill-humored delegates. It was now
nearly four o'clock. Mr. Ellsworth, chair
man of the committee on credentials, pre
sented report No. 1, signed by himself,
Sheridan, Crooks, llrown, Graham aud
Moore, admitting :1G (.5 rant delegates from
the First, Third and Fourth Cook county
senatorial districts; oil anti-Grant delegates
from Cook in tho Second, Fifth, Sixth and
.Seventh senatorial districts. Judge Grant
presented report No. 2, signed himself,
Chews and Nolenmn, excluding the cntiro
Cook couuty anti-Grant delegation from
tho convention, and admitting tho 80 Grant
lelegntes from tho First, Third aud Fourth
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material uVicts. Col. Stt!V0 n
then present, report No. 3, aJmi 'Jjj
eufreOJanOrant delegate. from Cook
signed by l,se.f and the remainbt e" J
T;GTW f tllc commilteet
credentials' All were read
"i their order
amid mnelXcitPinenf n n.l
Calahan iT.nUnson moved to adopt r,
port No. jtaB Itobbim of Adams moved
tosubst.te rNo.3. Kirk Ilames, a
lawyer otlhictgo was s.L,o....i .
" , ; """"' 'pore ami Emory Storr
to defendeport ?o.', 7 "'r"
After few direttit, . , ,
Mr. Hams mounting t. J
in front the speaker's . '
His speed', of course, rclt 1 1 "5-
curred at the Chicago prim iat -
it treated of matters alrtf 0Dd
tho pre.. tW pjty, he iaivtt'rate1 b
we'l and pruaented it forciblvis caM
ugly things of the mannefJ'
Grant men conducted thecal Jlf
. . . - cn, not
omitting to give beuator Logan t a3 a
resident of Chicago, which exclt hinl
as a delegate from Cook, and mad .
cssary for him, a United States seii, t0
beg a proxy Irom Jackson county, tt1(.
southern part of the state, in order t
C11ACK THE LASU OF DOSS
Over Illinois Republicans in theirvc
convention. This brought a wild ro.i.f
applause, at which the swarthy senr
grinned. Mr. Storrs followed, speaking V
report No. I. He opened by saying I
would not sicken the seme of decency a..
the convention by relating the dirty trickl
resorted to by the anti-Gr&it men in CooV
county to steal this delegation. This was.'
no place for such dirty hittory. After much
declaiming and references ;o the rascality
practiced by the Farwell hill Republican
to carry the day and smirca Grant, he in
formed them that they could not traduce
the great chieftain or take one inch from
his magnificent height. If the anti-Grant
men wanted to go from this convention, as;
they declared they would do if their ninety
two delegates were not admitted, he said
go and good -by, sweetheart, good -by; and
we the Grant men will select delegates to
Chicago, aud wo propose to instruct them
whether you gy or not.
Mr. Haines briefly replied to Mr. Storrs,
starting out by referring to his (.Storrs)
statements of rascality, and with much bit
terness remarked that somebody had lied.
This ended a most exciting scene. When
the senator, with senatorial dignity and sol
emnity, arose and gave more instructions
to his henchmen, then, amid intense excite
ment, the vote on Bobbins' substitute was
taken and it was lost by 282 yeas aud ".20
nays. I'cder Logan's resolution tho
MACHINE CIlOLND OX.
Running over all opposition and report
number one was adopted by yCiu to
2o'l nays, and the question of seating the
thirty-six Grant delegates from Cook coun
ty was decided in their favor by eighty ma
jority, giving the Grant men the convention
by sixty majority. The temporary organi
zation was mad permanent, when tho con
vention took a recess until 8 p. in.
To-night witnessed the most riotous and
disgraceful proceedings that ever character
ized a deliberative body in Illinois. At
":.'!() o'clock the convention reassembled.
Mr. Spare of Joe Daviess began the riot by
introducing a resolution declaring U. S.
Grant the choice of the convention for pres
ident, and urg'tug his nomination at Chi
cago, lins resolution was miont.'.! witlomf
debate by a majority of 79. Frank Crosby
of Kane, then moved that each congres
sional delegation select delegates by dis
tricts to the national convention and that
they be declared the delegates of this con
vention. Air. Loeran olk-rtd to amend hi
motion that a committee of one member be
selected from eacli congressional district to
select one delegate from each district and
four at large and that they be declared tho
delegates from Illinois to the national con
vention, and instructed by this convention
to vote for Grant tor president.
The proceedings were
. l TTEIH.V INDESCHIItAISLK.
Threats, criminations aud recriminations .
were indulged in between delegates. Roars,
cat-calls and jeers greeted the delegates us
as they attempted to speak. Hisses and
roans filled the hall that could ho heard
blocks away. Anti-Grant men threatened
to bolt and send delegates to Chicago, de
claring they would be admitted ..r,.
These riotous demonstrations continued
from eight p. m. until twelve o'clock and '
thirty minutes this morning. The leaders
of the Graut men were Logan of Jackson.
Metcalf of Madison, Clements of Jackson.
Jones of Jo Daviess, Neff of Stephenson,
and lu'duli of Cook. The nuti-Graiitites
were Haines and Roster of Chicago, Emory
of Peoria, Bobbins of Adams, llurlbut of
Hoone, Hunt of Edgar, aud others.
To all who are sutlerlucr from tlm
aud indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, cany decay, loss Vf manhood, cto., I V
will Bend a receint tlinr.
free of clmriro. This trout romn.lv
discovered by a missionarv in South 'r
America. Send a eclf-addresscd cnvcloptt 7
to the Bev. Joseph T. luman, Station" l'
Nnw Ynrfe I'if., -