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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
of thu IcadlUR bustnes houses whoso advertise
menu may be fouud In Tub Bitletin.
C. O. PatieriC'o., Commercial avunuts and Nine
i. D. Williamson Co.
Yocum A. Uroderick. Wwti. Ave, cor. Eighth.
'J, J. O'Lotiuiiiln. Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. 11 Hureau: office, 110 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C Jorc'.yn. Eighth m-ar Commercial.
Dr K. W. Wbltlock, 1-fi Cuuiuturcial avenue.
Dubt Smyth, No.tI Ohio levee
II. 11 Cande", No. TOOliio levee (up siair)
Kouitabie Life, of New York, corner TwelltU and
Widows and Orphan Mutual Aid Soi'iety, Seventh
ami t'oium rcial avnue.
DltVOMSTS-WHOLESALE AND UETAIL.
(ieo. E O'H.i'a, Eighteenth and Commerc ial.
A'viati'lt-r County Hank, sth and C'umuiereisl
Ity Ni'ioiia', Obij levee.
Cl.ainiiioii. TiiT' C btaN -s.
Jul.n spront. turner Twelfth and Levee,
11 KAfKET STOKE.
K C r u-c, Corner Ninth and Cuicinen-lal.
'171 1 '. MAIL.
EXEitAL DELIVE1H open . :J a ra.; doc t
J tj:l"pni.; Sunday: i 'o tf a. in.
Monty Order Department open at 8 a. rr,.; close
T:ri'"iti Erret Malla via IlHuol Central ni.il
y 'tippl CtLtrr.l IlaLmads dure at M-h p. In.
Ca:r aud Hop'ar Blafl Through and Way Mall
' c'."-c" a' i-':i p- m
U'av Mull via Illinois C. ntra Cairo and In-cenu-'s
and M:.;ppi Central ltaliroad close at
"'Way Sa'ilfjr Narrow Guitge Railroad doses at t
'ciro and Evausvilt Kiv.r R(.r,te close at ;rl
p. in. Ci!,y ie.u '.t Friday).
OFFICIAL DIUF.I ToUY.
Mvur-N H This tit wood.
Treafurer Edward lvzuuia
Cleric Dennis. J. Koi' y. ,
Coun.ur-W:n. IJ iilbert. ,
Nrha'.J '. Lniiue i
A4mey-WlliitD Hd -trick.
fir-t War l - M .1. HowU-y
Second Ward -David T. Lineirar (.'. U. Wood
Third Ward-W. P Wri-ht. Egbert Smitb.
Fours Ward Ch trie O. Pafer. James KynutoD
Filth Wa:d-T. W. Halliday, Ernest li. l'ettll.
County OtRct r.
Circuit .lutl.-e-D. .'. Hakrr.
Circuit CU-rk-J. A. K-v;.
o'ir.: .I'ld.i K. k Yocum.
County ( ".-:k S. J II iiji-i.
" County Atturn.y- W C. Mulk-y.
Couutv Tre"trr-Mi!e W. l'a:',;T.
Sher.! John llvxli-1 .
Curon.r-lt. r':tii.-ra.t. .
Cuintv Cuinmif-in-r-T. W. tiullicay. J A.
V Gi'.'.. Sam;vl Pril-y
AKK1CAN M. E f'ourlt-.f.b trit.t. Vtwct.i
V;ti!it aud i,-iiar i-Ti-'-tc: nri. sal!tta 1'
a. m. U'l ': p. m.: 'lbda Mlool 1:' p. ra-
Clll'.lSTlAN-E'.btiinth ctrtit: inci-titg Sab
j atb 1') .:-!' u.; pr.-athiu: oct AfloCaUj .
Mllfliril OK rJE KEDEEMER-EpUropal)
J t'ourt-i-t:th itr-.-i; Sun lav Momlni; prayi-rn
D 'ii a. n. : i-viiLlriii prayi-m. i :'' p. in.; Sunday
chool '.. a. m. Friday ivi-nini! pruyir : p. ni.
1-IHVr V ISMOAKY HAPTIST CHCKCII -1
l-trblnx at M::'J' a. in.. 4 p. m . and p. m.
rnlt.tih nhix.i at T:W p. m. Kev. T. J. Mmnc
JirniL'UAN-Tlrirt-iiith atn-ct: nrvi.t Sab
j ba'h i :v a. i:i ; Sunday &'. i in. KfV.
Kn ippe, pai"or
ETUODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut ntr. it;
I'rcadiliig Sabbath lo:.)i a. n. and 7 p.m.;
pravcr miotluc. Wed:niiluy :i
tch'ool. a. m. lU r. '.VhitttUrr. ;.n
p. in.; nunuay
I )KES BYTE WAN -Eighth otrti-t; pnachlng on
Satibath at a. m. and 7::'p. m ; prayr
nii'i'ting Wiilni fduv at T:)p. in-; Sunday School
at i P m. Kuv. H. V. iror jv. pa-tor.
CECOND FREE-WILL HAITIST - Fifteenth
O Htrt. hctwcvii Wa'uut ami Volar trt; n-r-Vicee
Sabbath at .'. a:id 7 :? p. l:i.
ST. .TOEIMl'S l :riiii Catholic) t'orrer Crr,i
itr.i! Walnut tr-.-i": fi-rvkei" Sabhatii I0::'a.
m. ; S'liiduy s -IkioI h; i p. m. ; Ye-pere -l p. m. ; n-r-vii
i" cvi-ry'iliiy at p. m.
(T. PATRICK'S 'Kot'iaM Catholic) Corner Ninth
io ctrei-t and Wu'Lingtoii avenue; fervtceii Sab
tiatli sand Ma. ri.; Yc-p'Ti-:i p. in.; Snniluy Sl-bMd
2 p. in.; .irvic'-" evi ry di.y at s p. m. Ktv. F. Znhid,
r II. MAKEAN, M. I).,
Htinit'Oiiathic l'h ysiriun and Surareon.
U'llcs Mil U', imerciii! avenue. !b "idence corner
Fouruenth St. und WashitiL'ton avenue, Cairo.
jp. i:. w. wiiiTLocK,
Orni.T No. W. Cnmtnerdal Avetire, betiveen
Kigtith and Ninth Streeu
Jjl?.. W. C. JOCELYN,
D K N T 1ST.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public und Coiiveyaucor,
orFICE:-Vlth tint WMowa' and Oorpnana' Mil
ual Aid Society.
t3 t"1 El a
B So e3
JLLuVOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St, Louis and Chicago.
The Only Linp Kunniu? Two Daily
TraiiH From Cairo, Makin? DI
KKCT rON'SKCTIOX with
Traikh I.kavk C'aibo:
:: 0 :i ju. Mail.
Arriving In St, Louin :ir,am.: Chicago.:) p.m.;
Conneeilrig at Odin aud Etllugham for Cimin
nati, Louiiville, ludianapoli and point. Eact.
1 1 :V.' a.m. Bt. Jouin mul VcHtfrii
Connecting at St, I.oui. for all polnta Wet.
'.l:'-it p.m. Kust i '.xrt'un
For St. Louln and Chicago, arriving at St. Loulf
10:1.1 p.m.. and ( hica-go T:-n a in.
U-'J' ( 'i uinn.'itl f.xprvHH.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:1.1 am.; I.iiivil!e 7:jn
a m.; ni!iunuiuiti' 4 ii a.m. Panel: gT bv
thin train rear I, thu above point llg to ;()
llol'I;s in udvaijLi.- of any other rontu.
Fast Time Kat.
I'lKxPTWCiM '' lit,l- 2o through to Kat-
u.-i ,.rn lnij1!s withoi.t anv ik-lav
routed hi Sunday iiitei'v.-uiug. Th Saturday after
noon Iram from Cairo urri.e in new Y'oik Muftdav
inorui'ig at 10:.)',. Thlrty-cn hour in advance ol
any ml.er route.
ItTor through ti-lc't- ami further ltf-irmatlon.
Jppiyat liiiuoiP Ci.ntru! IUiiroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAIN'S A i!l;l YE AT CAI110.
's:f(','" : '.':" p ni.
Accommodation wi p m.
'il -5:li) a.m.
JAs. .TOIINSON. J. H. .(ONES. '
.t,. soiitt.'-rn Agent. Ticket Az'-:it.
W. P. JUI1N V.'N. tun. I'a.-f:nger Agei.t
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS R. R.
11. V. SMITHKRrJ, Hewivpr.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Expre 1 ave Cairo
Through Expri arrive at E. St Loui
Through Expr?? leave E. St. I.oui"..,
Thrutiirh Eiurt arrive at Cain)
Murphyboroaccoruinodattonleavei' Cairo 1 : In p.m.
xiu'pQynoro acc. arrive at .MurpnytK'ro 7::i p.m.
Murphy!.oro Ate. leaves Murphyaburo .. Sj'-ib.
Murpi,v!ioro Acc arrive at Cairo 11 :i" a.m.
Th" Cairo st I,ni Kail Koad ! th- or.!y all
Rail Roa. between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, iberefore there ik iij del.y at
w ay tat:uii awaiting conn.-ctlonB from other line.
Chwan'i nirr conn ction at St. Loi.i with ott er
line fur North. E-.t and Wet
J A NAl'tiI.E.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TAI1I.F. OF i,AKNi;EIl TIUINS FliOM
YINCENNKS (No. '-',0, Wit.)
No- i Day Expre. . E.ci.pt Sun lay) ...l:;0p.m.
' i; Kpn- Except S-jud.iyi 1 : p. m.
" ' Night Exprer (Duilyi lg::;'i, m.
No J Expre (Except sunaay) mo' a. m.
I Day Expr-.- K:'-ept siunl iyi ... j:,i p. m.
' H Night Expre iUa!'.y) '. l:i'. a. m.
.1 K. CtAiiK. C. S. Cons. Jr...
Agent V;:;cenae. (ien. T.eket Ag't Ciari-.-.tiaii
ST. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y,
n Time T;ill.
Texa Expre 'Dailyl p. m
'.'iiiineet at Charier-ton for Coiumbu.
Texas Expre l)a!ly -J -:r a.
Aeeommodation Daiiyl 7::Jop. ..
Off.ee and l'a-enger'l)epot No M Ohio I.eve.-.fn
J. C. 7.1 MM Kit. Ageu
D. Axtki.i., Division Suweriuiendent .
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured. Not Merely Relieved
Ami Can Provj WU.it we Claim.
WTIiere un no f:illine and no illappolut-
mem. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you e.ui be easily and (tiickly cured, a
hundred have been already. We Mull be pleased
to mull a alieet of testimonial to auv interested.
Carters Little Liver Pills
Aio cure nil form of lllliotisue. prevent CotiII
piitlon mil! Dyepiii, promolu DU'etlon, relieve
ditre from too beartv eatlnir, correct Dionler
of the Stomach. .Stimulate the Elver, and Regulate
the Dowel. They do nil this by talcinir Jut one
little pill at il doe. They are pup'lv vegetable, do
lint u'llpe or purge, mm are a nearly perfect a
It 1 piwlble for a pill to be. Price !i cetts, 5 for
f 1. Sold tvy drill,''.'!! evervwherc or ent by mall.
CARTER .MEDICINE CO.. ERIE, PA.
fh- W r TO.?imiA YEAR, or to
Vr I V III 1' ilny In vonr own locality
JV I rl II I No risk Wohien do a well
flu 1 w J Vy14" mt'"' M'V tlllllte' more
tt than the umount tated
iibovo. No omi call full to
make money fut. Any one can do the work. You
can make from JOc. to an hour by (IcvuUtig your
uvenlna mid Hparn time to the biislne. It cost
nothltu-to try tho bnsjiie. Nothing like It for
money making over offered before. Hulne plea
nt.t mid t riot ly honorable, Reader, If you want to
know all about the best pivlng bulne before the
tmbllc, end n your nddre and we wllli1d you
lull particular und private term free sample
worth nlol'ree; you can then make up vour
mind for vourelf, Addreaa UKOlWU tfTINftoN
& CO, l'orllaud, Muiue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
IIOW.BUCIIU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purent and But Medical QnaUUw of
ull other Hitter.
AUdlea-e of the fltonnich, Rowels. Hlood,
Liver, Kidneya, und I'uluary Organ, Nervoua
ne. Sk'epleue and especially Feinile Com
plaint. J 10W IN GOLD
Will be pai l for a caetUey will not enre or help
or for anything impure or injurious fuund In
Akyour Druggift for l!op Hitter and try
them before you leep. Take no other.
IlopCoi'iii Ceng Is the weetet, afet and
beet. Ak Children.
The Hop Pad lor Stomach, Liver and Kidney
1 superior to all other. Ak Drulats.
D. I. C. 1 an absolute and Imputable enrt for
druukenne. ue of opium, tobacco and nar
cotic. Send for circular.
All above old bv ilnirfgts.
IIjji Hitter Manufacturing Co., Rochester, S. Y.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
Iiy Cinder. Qoc Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLV, or
810 Per Year, SIO
ll' pai'l Yi':;r!y or Stint-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column SPaire Pillar
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
To CLUBS ol FIVE or MORE,
1."0 per Yt'nr.
Til E I ) ULLETI X 1 ) IXD E RY
KuliiiL!'. . Hindinir,
BLANK HOOK WOKK
Of all Kind..
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A.U Ivind of 1 ob AVork
Estimates furutsIicJ ana orJiTS from
anroiul protupt'.y uttotiiL'il tJ.
TYt.-Slieet. Full Slieet, Half Slieet,
ami Ouarler Slieet rosters anil
I'rouM'aiiimes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Hearts, I'.ill Heads, Note
Hearts, Statements, Hilh Lurtinir, Sliow
Cards, business Cards. Ifall
and Weddin; Invitation. Hook Work,
Kte., Ktc. Etc., Etc.
QA1UO CITY FKIIUY CO.
Til K EE isi STATES.
On and after Monday, ,1uuc Hi, tho boat will make
the following trips:
LSAVKa I.KWE t.VE
Foot Fourth rt. Missouri Lnud'n. Keutitcky Ld'.
n a. nt.
lo a. iu.
i p, m,
i p. in.
H:W a. ni.
Mi:) a. ra.
tlMO p. in,
u a. m.
:) p. m,
A p, hi.
3 p. ill
MORNING. MAY 2. 1830.
A HE CURED !
No organ of thought or action cau he employed
without the assistance of the hlood, aud no organ
can he employed safely or w ith Impunitv without a
supply of healthy blood. With healthy blood the
exercised organs become well developed, whether
they he muscular or Intellectual. Hrthenm-ol
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYKIT OF HYPO
PHOSPHITES tho blood is speedily vitalized and
pu riiled, and so made capable of producing a sound
mind and a sound body.
"Person suffering from impure blood, or whoe
health Is giving way. either as ministers or thoe
who study closely, will Hud In the Syrup the mute
to b'llld them up, and the tonic to keep them
tucre." DK. CLAY.
PiTT.-nELr), Me.. March, 1ST0,
Mn. Jamks I. Fr.t.Lows-Uear Sir: During the
past two years i have given your Compoaud Syrup
ot llypopbosphites a fair thaugU somewhat severe
trial in my practice, and am able to speak with con
fidence of it etlects. In restoring persons sutler
i'U fro.ni emaciation and the debility following it!p
theris. it has done wonder. I co.ifta.it!) recom
mend it use In all atl'e-itii-ns of tho throat and
lungs, in several cases considered hopeles. t ntts
given relief, aud the patient are fat recovering;
among these are consumptives, ami old bronchial
subjects, whose diseases Lave resisted the other
mode of treatment. For impaired digestion, and
in fact fur debility fiom any cause, I know of noth
Ingequal to it I.j direct efiect in strengthening
the nervous system renders It suitable for the ma
jority of dlsea.-os. I am. sir. your tr.ilv.
WM. S. HOWE, M. I).
Note. It Is only the Independent, we'l post 'd.
aud uueltiU pbysbilaus wUo cau afford to pre-crlbe
this reuiei'y. Experience has provsd this. The
liighet clas medical m-:n in cfery large city vvh.-re
it is known, recommend it.
SYMPTOMS OF A
r.o of appetjti'.
nausfl. bow! ro-Hv
i l.-r tu-
I . lo
sue i.nntioii to
mernorv. wit ... s I
d'J'v. ii. -. ,i.
I'l'-rm.- hi ,ii.
.11 tliglil. Iiuii
If these tv.irnliig nrc miliec le.l, st't leusMiseasei
111 Siioit be devi luped.
TUTT'S PILL'S ar,' opciallv a'.apted to such
CM, oil d'e effect tuca a chiuge of feeling as
toastot-isi the suiT.rer.
' A Xoteti Divine Savs:
Dr Tatt :-Dear Sir; For ten years I have been a
mar-yr to dy3etis!4, consti-iatiou au.l pile
Lis: spring your pills were recommended; I used
them. I am uo-.v a well man, have a good appe
tite, dig. stiou perf.'ct, regular stool, pile gnue.
and have gained fortv poands of tlesh. They are
worth their weight in gold.
REV. R L SIMPSON. Louisville, Ky.
Th-v iucr the niiisetite. at; 1 c.iusf the bodv
to take o:i il veh. th'ls the es;,...n i nouns'.ie.l, am'l
by their tonic action on t!n'd:get!ve organ. r-n-lar
stools ar-1 produced, l'.-ice r c.-n's. ;d M ir
r.iv Street, N. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
(true hair or whlk-erehang".d to a g'o-sy black
by a single application of this (he, It imparts a
natural o-dor. act ln; wuneously. Sold by dru -Cists,
or sei.t by express on receiptor 1.
Oilioe. n Murray Street. New York.
on GOUT i
ACl'TE OR CHROSIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
KUKOPEAX SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Ir.nu-d!.-,te relief warranted. Permanent cure
., r,li -,.t'il '.,vv .Vi.liisiv',.U-,i.,..l I,,- nM .,'..l..,.
ted Physician of Europe and'Aiiv-rlca, becoming a
Mapie. uartuies ami HellatMe Hemei v on Kith
continent. The highest Medical Academv of
Fans reports ir, cures out of 10i) cases within 'three
dsvs. Secret The only dlssolvcrof the polonons
I'rlc Acid wtitcU exists in the liquid of Klieumiitic
and (.iouty I'littents. $1 a box: H boxes for fri.
Sent to any adilre on receipt of price. ludorsed
ny l'hvsieians. Sold by aM I'ruggi-t. Adurvss
WASIIBUIJX & CO.,
Ouly Iniiortrs' Depot i'si Uroadwav, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druggists
d W TTATTOT
J. T. WAUKEX & CO.
U& m W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and entitled Fruits and
Vegetables. Catiued, dried and salt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils and Condiments. Soup
sturt", linking Powder, ground aud
whole Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Heed, Jellle, Procrve
Fancy (irocerle nnd Oro
Stock uniiaralleled In tlie West.
SEXD FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANTEL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, May S'2, 10:24 A m.
Wheat-May, 1.5 ; June, $ I 03 'a;
July, 1 O.375.
Pork-June, 10 I0(S10 12; July,
Cora-May, JJT; June, 30.'3ij.':
Oats-May, 32; ; Juno, ClAf ;.Iu!y, 23 Jf.
NEW YOKE OUAfN.
New York, JLiy 22, 12:70 m.-Wlioat-trregular
No. 2 Red Winter,
131tf132; Red Winter, 1 2632;
No. 2 Chicago, 1 20; No. 2 Milwau
kee, 1 211 22. Corn quiet No. 2,
Liverpool, May 22, 10.43 a. m.
Wheat unchanged Winter, IOsIOs
Cd; Spring, OsCJlOs; California average,
O.s3d103 4d; California Club, 10s
10 Cd. Corn .Is Ji'dos Id.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
ILLINOIS ItEI'L'CLICAN CONVENTION TUIHD
Springfield, .May 21. At fifteen min
utes past 4 o'clock this afternoon the larg
est, most tumultuous and remarkable state
convention ever held m Illinois, brought
its riotous career to a close after seven
hours continuous session to-day, thus end
ing six days of the wildest partisan fury,
three of which existed iu organized con
vention. This morning at 9 o'clock tho
sleepy, fagged out and ill-natured dele
gates promptly complied with Logan's or
ders, and were in their seats at the sound
of the president's gavel. Inured to hea y
parliamentary strains the swarthy senato
rial chiettain seemed the least fatigued,
and at once ordered the cruuk turned. The
machine began to grind, mid ground on
until the grist was completed, when the
boss stepped from the ra-jks of the Jack
son county delegation with the air of a con
Huerorand a malicious twinkle n his keen,
black eyes-, and informed the convention
that ho would now return his proxy to the
Jacksou county delegate from whom it was
obtained, and retired among the spectators.
A resolution was adopted ius'ructing the
delegates to Chicago to vote for Grant as a
THE STATE TICKCT.
During the nomination of a candidate for
governor it was generally believed by those
who tit I not 1 "low the nu'ti 'hat Cullom
would be defeat! in corsemieuce of the
furore tor and gair-s shown by Rinakerder
ini the bulletin'', but Gov. Cu loin hail hi
fores well ia hnnd and eider tti'l contol,
aud it wns not long until lie was nominated
with a whoop over Fort, Ilawloy, Smith,
Ridgway, Carr and Riuakc:. Hon. John
M. Hamilton, of IMoomitigton, was nominat
ed for lieut?nant-governor, hca 't'g Foun
tain. Saddler, .Lanes pud BAl For sec re
tary of state, however, there was more fric
tion. but State Senator Demont, of Lee, se
cured the nomination on the second ballot,
.lefeat',1)',' Harlow, Harper, Tage, Leiber
Tiie most remarkable occurence of the
entire six days, and the freak ot the con
veution, was tho defeat of Auditor Needles
for renoniinatiou, which w:is iv.vomplished
by C. II. Srt-igei't of Kankakee, a one-nrmed
soldier, and until to-day en i'"Vuowu can
didate. This was 11 surprise to almost
everybody aud as much to the tew who iu
nu -tirated the movement rs anyone. Our
iug the entire canvass Needles has been re
garded as the fortunate one as lie hud no
opposition of supposed consequence, and
even when Swigert, who is a good man,
was nominated by request it was
KEOAIIDEI) A A .tOKIC.
One ballot only was taken during which
Long John We.itwortli sent for Swigert
who is good-looking, one armed soldier,
was lifted upon the shoulders of a delegate
Hint exhibited while his nrmles coat sleeve
wiggled at the convention. This was
enough, and prolonged cheering greeted
tlie hhow, followed by very exciting scenes,
when before on,' could realize the situation,
enough votes were changed from Needles
who ut one time had a majority to
Swigert and he was declared nominated.
A lively tuislo resulted iu tho nomina
tion of ex-State Tereasurer Rutz for state
treaurer over MeClaughcry aud Coats, nnd
the luisiuess of tho memorable convention
was concluded by the selection of James
McCartney of Wnyno for attorney-general,
defeating Cantleld, Shaw, Matthews, Root
and Wells. A handsome compliment was
paid Gen. Raum by an anti-Grant delegate
from SI. Clair, Gen. Kuelfner, in a speech
and by a resolution for his able manage
ment of tho mob and impartial treatment,
when Gov. Cullom was called, and beforo
quito all tho delegates could get out of tho
hall, ho read a seven minutes speech.
DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES.
Mr. Ford of Henry, from tho committeo
appointed to select delegates, reported tho
NEW SERIES NO. 285.
following delegates and alternates: First
district John Wontworth of Cook; C. W.
Crawford ot Cook; Stephen A. Doughs,
Dr. S. P. Sedgwick.
Second A. M. Wright of Cook, John
Bautngnrten, R. S. Tuthiil, C. W. Wood
man. Third John L. Beveridgo, Ilotncr Wil
math of Cook, L. J. Kadish, S. M. Millard
Fourth-N. C. Thompson of Winnebago,
A. E. Smith of Winnebago, N. N. Ravlin of
Kane, II. K. Wolcott of Kane.
Fifth J. B. Brown of Jo Daviess, W. II.
Thompson of Ogle, Miles White of Stevens,
N. Scovilleof Whitesides.
Sixth-Henry T. Noble of Lee, C. N.
Whitney of Bureau, W. II. Shcpard ot
Henry, H. S. Swindcn of Putnam. '
Seventh-E. F. Bull of La Salle, Geo. M.
Hollenbcck of Kendall, E. W. Willard ot
Will, Francis Bowen of La Salle.
Eighth J. B. Wilson of Iroquois, II. W.
Snow ot Iroquois, R. J. Hanna of Kanka
kee, Ira C. Mozierof Kankakee.
Ninth Joub Mershon of Fulton, R. II.
Whiting of Peoria, Win. Jackson of Stark,
Martin Kingman of Peoria.
Tenth Hosea Davis of Schuyler, F. P.
Burgett of Mercer.
Eleventh O. B. Hamilton of Jersey, F.
G. Black of Adams, M. D. Massie ot Pike,
L. F. Wheeler of Greene.
Twelfth Geo. M. Brmkcrhoff of San-'
gamon, C. M. Eames of Morgan, Geo. N.
Block of Sangamon, E. S.Greenleaf of Mor
gan. Thirteenth-John McNulta of McLean,'
Maj. V. Warner of De Witt, Hugh Fuller-'
ton of Mason, It. B. Latham of Morgan.
Fourteenth James Hay ward of Macon,
J. B. Harris of Chamnaiirn.
Fifteenth W. II. Barlow of Effingham,
A. P. Greene of Moultie, J, W. Fisher of
Edgar, D. L. Gold of Lawrence.
Sixteenth J. M. Truitt ot Montgomery,
Lewis Krughoff, E. M. Ashcroft of Fayette,
R. T. Iliggius of Fayette.
Seventeenth A. W. Metcalf of Madison,
Richard Rowett of Macoupin, F. II. Pfeif
cr of St. Clair, Jonathan Mills of Macou
Eighteenth C. O. Patier of Alexander,
J. M. Davis ot Jackson. E. O. Freeman of
I'nion, James A. Viall of Johnson.
Nineteenth C. W. Pavey of Jefferson,
W. II. Williams of Franklin, C. Church
hill of Edwards, W. II. Robinson of Wayne.
At Large J. A. Logan of Cook, E. A.
Storrs of Cook, G. B. Raum of Pope, D. T.
Little of Sangamon.
Alternates Wm. McAdara of Randolph,
Ross Graham of White, Solomon Degan of
La Salle, C. C. Campbell of Kankakee.
On reading the report Mr. Ford moved
the previous question on adoption of tho re
port. Amid much confusion and loud pro
tests from the anti-Grant men .the roll was
called on' the main question. Iho Blaino
meu refused to vote. The main question
was carried, however, and tho report adopt
C. D. Trimble of La Salle offered 'the fol
lowing: Resolved, that tho eommittpp linrfnf,n
appoiuted to report delegates aud alternates
to the national Rcnublican eonvpntinn r
hereby instructed to report to this conven
tion two delegates at laro-e. onn pWrnr fin-
each congressional district, six members at.
lame of the state central committPH ami"
one member of the state central committee
trom each congressional district.
On call of the roll this was also adopted ;
Ayes, 274 ; nays, 252$.
Gen. John A. Logan offered the following
resolution aud moved the previous question.
It was adopted :
Resolved, that Gen. U. S. Grant b tlm
choice of tlie Republican party of Illinois
tor tne presidency, ami tlie delegates from
this state uro instructed to use ull honorable
means to secure his nomination bv tlie Chi
cago convention nnd to vote as a unit for
him; and the sitid delegates shall have pow
er to till all vacancies.
A resolution of the thanks to tho chair
man, (Jen. Raum, was adopted at the sug
gestion of the miuoritv, und at 4 p. in. the
convention adjourned with three cheers for
Will) IS Mks. WlNsLOW? As this niioa.
tion is frequently asked, we will simply
say that she is a lady who for upwards of
thirty years has untiringly devoted her
time and talents as a female physician and
nurse, nrincinallv amours children. Sli
has especially studied the constitution and
wants ot this numerous class, nnd. as a r.
suit of this effort, and practical knowledge,-'
obtained in a lifetime spent a3 nurse ami
physieiau, she lias compounded a Soothing -
fyrup, lor children teething. It operate :
liko miiL'ic irivimz rest and health. Ami in
moreover, snru to rei'iilate thn hou-ula. In
consequence of this article Mrs. Winslow U
oecomiug worm renowueu as a oeneiactor ,
of her race; childreu certainly do rise up -and
bless her: especially is this the case in
this city. Vast quantities of tho Soothing ,
Syrup are daily sold and used here. We
iiiuiK urs. insiow 11:1s immortalized her
name by this invaluable article, and wo v
sincerely believe thousands of children
have been saved from au early grave by its
ttmelv use. nnd that million vnt iinimru
will share its benefits, and unito in calling i
her blessed. No mother has discharged
ier dlltv to her KUtl'erlnrr llttln nnn. in mir
opinion, until she lias given It tho benefit
of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Try
It. imvthnrs rrir it nniv T ,ti.m' Vlullnr .
Now York citv. Sold bv all druir-rist. '
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