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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
or tin: li'it'lln liouiMJt whone mi vcrtido-
niunta may be fuimil Id Tin Ileu.rrtN .
V. O. hitler A Co., Commercial eveniie and Nine
(.. I). Willlmioion Co.
Yociiim ii lirml'Tkk, Wanli. Ave., cor. Eighth.
J', J. O'l.ounilu, i'oplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. il. Man an; ofllru, Mo Commercial avvuiie.
Ir. V. C. Jnri-lyn, K I j h h near Commercial .
Dr. E W. Whltlock, IMi CommereUl aveuue.
Itulit. Smyth, No.UOOMo levee.
II. II. Canlw, No. TlKJhiii IttvecOip tlrn).
Kouitalile I.lle. of New VorU, corner Twelfth ulid
Widows nuil OrphauH Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
ami Commirilul iivi-mio.
DHVMHilSTS-WIluLESALK AND It ETA I L.
('. o. E O'llata, Elylitcemli and Comuurrtal.
AIi'ImhIt County Hank. Mb and Cummi -trial .
tty National, Olilo levui;.
C!ianii!.)ii. Three Slat.-.
Jol.H SjiMi.it, corui-r Twelfth "d I.evie,
K ford. Corner Niiith and Commercial.
T1IK MA I IX
Ct ENEKAL DELIVEi'.T open ::w a. m.; cloi-ea
f 0:iijp.m.; Suudaj : n to 9 a. m.
Momy Order Departmei.i open at Sa. m.; closet
a! " m.
riirouh Excrete Mai'. via Illinois Central : 10
ii. in .
MiMtrippi Central Kuiiroadu clou- at y. to.
Cai.-.i m.d i'opiar UiuH Through and Way Mall
c ;.. :' 1 p. 111.
Wav Mull via H'.iiioi Ci-ntrnl, Cairo and in
retine and Mi-e-n-ipl'l Central Knliroadt dote at
a:f p. tn.
W.y .Mail W: Nurrow (iauire Kiilroid cloi"- at
Ci'iVo'ei.d Ev'inivUlp Kivi-r Rotltu Clofed at 2:20
p. m. (Ui-y tPcept Friday I.
Mayor -N. II Tliiftlew inid.
i'lrrk Ienni. J. Koirv.
vatii-l'r- Wm. I! lii'bert.
Mar-lia! I Lall'ie.
Attorney -William Henarirlnt.
kia;: nr ai uaiuit
1-lr-t Ward -M .l. Ilowiey
Second Ward-David T. Llne.'ar. t. K. Wood-
"rti'lrd War l-W. 1' Writftit. E-'ert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Char!.'". I'atier, Ja:ne Kytiaston
Filth Waid-T. W. Ualllday. Enicft li. 1'ettlt.
Circuit Judi.'i'-I- ' Bnk.-r.
Circuit ClitK-J. A. It.-au"
f-mu'v Jinl.'i K- V.Ku:n.
County Cl.-rs-s. llumm.
Countv Attoru.y W. C. M ulk.-y .
Couu-v Tn-K'i'.fr Milrn W. l'.ilKiT.
ln;r:2 0 . 1 1 i llo,l.'.-.
( ..r.iner-II I-'.t..-' :.' ,
County Ciinitni-'iolier . . ilai.lita', J A.
II. (ti)iti. Samuel Dri'.ey.
AFrllCAN M. E - Kourte. nth Mreet. tii tweeu
Walnut aud Cedar flrei-lm "ervieen Saiihatn 11
a. m. and T to.; sumliiy School 1 :. p. in.
tM;!'.lTIAN-E!i;ht.'ei:th urt-fi: meetHirf Sah
j hath 10 jo p. m.; pr.-achibi! tmai-lolially.
Iinfil OK THE KEDEEM EK Eplcopal)
J FourU-etith utreet; Sunday Mortiiun prayer
1) i a m.; evenlnir prayer. 7:) p. rn : Sunday
nuoul H to a. m. Friday ev. iiiiu prayi-r 7::H p. m.
T'lHST MISSION AUY IIAIT1ST ClirhCU.
r rrvachliii! at lo 'fti a. m., I p. m.. and 7: p. m.
Sahlmth nel.ool at 7: HI p. in. llev. T. J. Shore,
jUTIIEKAN-Ttiirtivnth utr.'ft: .-rviie Sah
i hath I : a in i Sunday chool 1 p ai. liev.
METIIUIHST-Cor. Klht and Walnut Hreet;
l'r.-achlni! Sahhutb W:. a m. and 7 p.m.:
prayer ir.eetiin:. W.-d:.i-day 7:tn p. m.; Sunday
School. 9 a. in. Her. Whlttalif r, pastor.
1KESUYTEH1AN -Elk'hth treet; preachluir on
Sahhuth at ll:oo a. in. and 7::mp. m.; prayer
meiMinir Wedned.iv at 7 : i. m.; Sunday School
at :l p. hi. Kev. 1). Y. tieore, pator.
OECUND FUKEWILI. IIAITIST - Klftecrtli
O treet. Iietwt'iii Walnut aud''ediir treeti er
vice Sabhath at :) and 7 ::i p. m.
'T .KlEI'H'S -iHoimiu Cathollci Corner Croi
and Walnut trel't; er1ee sa'iliatu lu:.Aia.
m.j Stmiiay Srliiml at p. in.; wpera.ip. m.;er
Tieea every day a; B p. in.
CT. I'ATKICK S Homuti Catholic! Corner Nlnih
!reet ami Wahlll(.'toli iivenue; ervlcei Sb
until and lo ii. m. ; Ve; r p. t:i. ; Snndav School
8 p. ru. ; ervlce every day at 8 p. m. Kev. r . Kabul,
T H. MAHEAK, M. D
Iltinwdliitlilc riiysit'ian and Snr?cm.
Odin; lo Co jimerelftl avrtiue. Hctdenco corner
I'ourteeiith St. and Wanhiiii'ton avenue, Cairo.
U. E. W. IVIIITLtJCIv,
Okfice No. W. Commeri'lal Avenue, between
Eighth aud Ninth Street
U. W. C. JOCELYN,
OrFICB-Elb'bU Street, near Com nierclul Aveun.
TKOPRIETOn OF SritOAT'S TATENT
t iolosalo Dealer in Ico.
ICE HV THE CAH LOAD OU TON, WELL
PACKED FOH SHIPI'INO.
Car JioadH a Specialty.
t) F 1'' 1 C! J'l t
Cor. Twelfth Street and Lerce,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. li.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
TIip Only Line Runnmar Two Daily
Trains From Citim, Making DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tiuins Lcavk Caiiio:
.'i:oi u m. M.iil.
Arrf vim; In St. I.otiln fcT a m ; Chlcaio. ::o p m.;
Connecting at tt im aud EMIuirham fur Ciu.-ln-uatl,
Loulaville. Iiidiiiuapo'.i ;in J pidu: Ea-t.
11:1.1 a.m. Ht. I,oui ami Venteni
Connect iui; at St , i,ot:ii for all no'.n'.n Vi'et.
:l:'JO .m. I-'at lixpreHH
Fur St. I.onia and Chica.'o. arriving at St. Lotlii;
lu;l'i p.m.. and Chicago 7 a in.
M:'J( p in. ( "incinnati Kxjtrf.HH.
Arriving t Cincinnati Ms a.m.; I.iu:ill!e
am.: iMllanupolN 4 .no a.m. Iin-er xr by
thl trnin rem Ii the aboie puintf lVi In
JluL II in uihance ol any otat-r route.
Fast Time Kast.
PlKl'll'rwi '')' sothroairh to Il i-t.
'-"w' 1 ern mint ultiinut anv u:y
caiifd by Sunday iiitirvenin.'. The S'ltnrdav after
noon tram fruiu Cairo urnw. In new York Mi.iniav
mornlitiat l::i.',. T.'.irty i-ix h.eir.in a.hatcc.-'f
any other route.
tlVn thro':L'ti ticket, and f'lr'V-r i:.f.ir: vj.;L.::,
ipplv at liliuoip Central Haiiroad l.-pot. aifo.
TltAINS AI'.KIVE AT CAIKO
JA?. .!l IINUN.
i ien . Snu'l.'-ni A.'.'iit.
W. I'. JUHNNUN.I.-U l'a-
' ' ' I1 "i.
! p m.
I'M a ni.
. II .lONKS.
T:tli' t Ai.-nt.
CAIRO cV: ST. LOUIS 11.11;
H. S. sjMITIIKH.S, IJwfivpr.
61I01JTEST SHORT LINE IJETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOl'IS.
1 hruiii;!i Kspre,.- leave. Cairo
TbroU'jh Kxpf, arrive, at K. St Lot;'.
Tlifii'li'h Kt n--. Ii-hi... V. si I a
TllP.l"ifl- l',!:h..J un,'..d u I'u'v..
...... . . .4,'..r....-ai V I w. . ....... I.. U Hi.
If .. . . I 1 . . , . . .
-'1'iriiaj "uoroaccociniouiiiijn leave. :ru 1 : i i p n;.
l n. r.Ii l.i ... . 1 . i ppit-... . f 1. - v.. ..... ...
ii'irphy.boru Aee. leave Murphy-hi.ro. .. a m.
V Fl. I. 1... UW.....J ... ,,..1' . ...
The Calm A: S! I.ieii. '! ii! K.i-nl t ,. nr'v !!
Railltotite hettteen Cairo atui M. Li-tUf umiif one
management, th -refnre there are t de'.a;. at
way utaiion. aH:iitiiiL' connection, frotu oth-r':lne.
Ct.t.i' k'i.i 1-. 11. ....... i.tr at s 1 ,..'V. ..11 ...
line, fur North. Kapt and We.l
J . A N Al'iiLE.
QHIO A MISSISSIITI IV v,
TIMH TA11I.K OK I'AKM.KIt TUAIN K!'.'M
vim knm: (No.-. :!(', J7.U
No. 'J Day Expr.' . Except 'inliyi . ..1: 1 p. m.
ii Epte.. i Except Suudavi ..." 1 :' p. ni
" I Niht Espie-. i Dailyl' -. ''a.m.
No .'' Espre. i Except Sundiv)
1 Day Kvpri . i Excej t Mil).;..;, j.
" :'. Niuht hipre.. iDni'y) .'
'i '" a. tii.
.' p. in.
1 . .'' a. m .
I. Ii. Cl.AllK. C. S. Cub. ,!k .
Aijeut VinceiiBe.. (en. Ti-'k-'t A't Citiclnnrl
gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. IVy.
nm-muiiur-iJ" ui vir
i.'airo 'I'lnip 1 1 l .
Texan Expre. II) illy
oiiiiecle at I tiarieftoti n r i o::;mrij-Aiinivn-
Texa. Kxprei Dully
. :.! a.
Ulllie and ra-.eu.'er Depot No ."-l.Hr.o Levee. tci
J C. ZIMVKU. A.v:i
1). AXTRt.l., Diviion Suienuten'le:i; .
We Jlciin Cnrt'il, Ntt ilort'ly Relii'vod
And Can I'rovu What we C'.&im.
ItrTliere are no rillure. and tv dl.ippoltit-
llieiitH If v. ni are trouiiled Willi SICK It !i A D-
ACHE you cau be ea.ily and i(ulikly cured, a.
hundred. Iiae been already. We .liall bo pleated
to III il II il .heel of te.ttmotlliti. to it II V llitereat'.'d.
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Aleo cure all form, of Illllott.iie... prevent Con.tl
put lou aud DyitpniiKla, promote DiitcHtloti, relieve
dialre.. from too lieartv eutlnit, correct Dl.ordura
of the Stomnch. Htlinulate the Liver, and Hcutllate
the Dowel.. They do all till, by lulcltm Ju.l one
llltlu pill at a dom. They are purely vegetable, do
tml irrlpe or juriff. mid are u. nearly perfect n.
It I. po..bl for a pill to bo. Price !JS cetta, 5 for
it, Sold hv druuvltti' evervwhere or aent by mall.
CAHTEll MEDICINE CI) , EUIK, I'A
0'in A VICAR, .i to
jo a nay in vour own loeainv
No rt-ic Women do u. well
a. men, Mini v ruako muni
than tint amount atated
alinve. No one can full to
make money fnt.
Any cue can do Die work. You
mn make from (mc to fi an hour hv devotion your
evenlnua and piro time to the hllaltiean. It co.t
tiothliiit to try the bu.lne.a. Nolliltiu llkit It for
tiionuy ttiakli'iit everollered before. HuMniM plea..
anl and itirlotly hoiiorabb', Header, If you want to
know all ubout the beat i;tyltm biiHlne.. beforn the
public, .end u. your aildre.a and we will .erd you
lllll purtlculiira and prlvuto term rrm';nmple.
world nl o free; you can theu nuiko up your
mind forvimr.i'lf. Addro.i UKUUUU 8TINS0N
CO, Portland, MtUuo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY
dlclne, not a drlnU,) .
HOI'S, BUCIIU. MANDHAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Beat Medical Q'lalltles of
all other IlltUir.
All di.en.e. of the Stotn.ich, Howela, liloo.l,
Liver, Kidueys. and I'uinary Oriraint, Nervouv
ue... Sloepleintnefi and enpeclai.y Eemitle Com
plaibt.. fl1IN (.OLD
Will h? paid for a ra.ethey wlli not cure or help
or tor anythinir impute or Injnrloii found lu
A"kyo'ir Druu.-Ut for Hop Hitter and try
thein before you eleep. Take.no other.
IIopColmii Ceng u the. wi.ete.t, afest and
beat. Auk Children.
The line I'ad for Stomich, Liver and Kidney
i superior to all other. A"k UrtlUts.
I). I. C. 1 an ahtulnte aud Irre.i.tabie curfs for
druokeiine... u.e of opium, tobacco and uar
cotic. S-nd for circular.
Ail a'love .old byilrti:t.
Ho,. Uitter. Mnutifacturltj! Co., Hochester, N. V,
THE DAILY Bl'LLETIX.
The Daily Bulletin.
Ry Carrier. Qc IVr Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
8 lO Per Year, S10
If Yearly or S.'ii. i-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column S Puire Paper
ISSUED EVEP.Y MONDAY.
To CLVU of FIVE or MORE,
?:."0 pi-r Year.
The Hulletix Bindery
IU.ANM HOOK WORK
Of all Kind.-.
E.-tiuuttes t'unns'.ie i in i or.lurs from
ii'irou l promptly sUteiiili' l tJ.
Two-.ShtM't. Full sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters ami
ProuTiuuiiiiM, in Pluck or Colors.
Letter Hearts. Hill Heads, Note
Heals, Statements, Bills Ladm?, Show
Cards, Business Curds, Hall
and Wedding Invitations. Book Work,
Kto.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
CJAiUO CIT FEUKY CO.
TIIREE fcStl STATES.
(in tnuUfier Monday, Juue Id, the bout wlllmak
the folloe.'tuu trlpai
Foot t'onrtU at.
H a. m.
tn u. m.
il p. in.
4 p. ui.
i p. ui.
S:') a. m.
Mum a. m.
K:;to p. m.
4 i.M) p. 01.
I 'M p. tu.
H a. ni.
;l p. nt.
5 p. tu.
3 p. Ill
MORNING, JUNE 2. 1380.
IS A CEItTAIN IIEMEUY F0
CONGESTION OVJUIE LUNGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OP
SPEEDILY AND I'EKMANEN TLY CUKES
Coni-'Mtlon of thf Ltings, lirom hltl. Consump
tion, Nervous Prostration. Miortnevt of Breath,
Palpitation ci' tli Heart, Treniblins of tli
Iliinils and Lfmbs, Plijslcul uml Mental Dcpres
8ion. Loss of Appetite. Los of Energy. Lom) of
Memory. It w ill rapidiv mipnive the ueakupss
tuiu-tioiH i;nd orRans of theliody, whleli depoml
for health npon volunturj- nenil-voluntiiry und
involuntary nervous action.
It acts with vl-or. sentleueitH and anbtlety. owinjr
to the cxouinite hiiriiuiuy of it lui;ri'dii-ntn. akin
to pure blood ltelf. It.- taite pleanaut. aud ita el
St. John. N It
.Mr Jamo I rellowa. Chemist, St. .lohu. N. h
ar Sir: llaviuirusvd yonr Conipouud Syrup
of HypuphoHphito foraume time iu my practice, I
have no hesitation iu rccommeudica It lo my pa
tiiut nho are infl'eriu4 from U'-UTal d 'billty. or
any dien-e of the lunis. kuowln'' ttiat, eviu in
cai-es utterly bopeleM. it afforiU rulb-r.
I am. clr, yoart truly. II. (i. AUUY, M. D.
SOLD liY ALL DHUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
I AJ. oChI'!'1!
Iio-j'cIj rn-t i v,'. coin in
If t!ieew;:niiii.'s are titi'.u'e.I.'il. seri nivliseascs
w ill eooii In- devi'liiped.
Tl'TT'S PILL'S ir fp,.cUlly a tnpied to such
cae. on d.f err.-et a,-ii chain.-? of I'ee'.ini aa
t .t-j-t'.mh the fji'.-rer.
A Xotcl Divine Savs:
Ir Tj;t -De:ir Sir: Tor ten jvir I have been a
martir to dy-oep-ia, con-tipatioa and piieit.
La-it fprttiir your piLa wore, recommended; I used
them. I am now a well man. have a L'nod appe
titf. diction pi-rfect. re'iiiir alools. tl-- yuue,
and hav,' LMim.'d forty poaad-" of llesh. They are
v.orth their twi.-ht in r,,i ,i
1!E . It. L. SIMPSON, LouUvlUf, Ky.
'. hey luc.-.-.ie the apttctito, aud c.iuno the b.nlv
tutai" on rtjh. Urn tue nvtem is nourished, ami
'y th'ir tonic a. ion on th dlietive ur-.-aua. re-.-n-:.ir
stoola :ir- produced. i'il;e -.'j cut. 3.'i M'.ir
rav Mrevt. N. Y.
TLTTS HAIR DYE
Gravhairorw'iik.'richan.'ed to a (.'Uway black
by a iiiuu'le application of thid dvo, It imparta a
mural color. i.'t lotantani'ualy. Sold by driu
(jitiw. or itjut by express on receipt of ft.
Office. ;!5 Murray Street, New York.
A CITE OH CIIKOle
under the above Trade
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND I.EirZKi.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple. Uarinlo-is and Ilellahte Remedy ou both
contiuMits. The highest Medical Academy of
Paris repor1 !tt cures out of lmi cast's within three
davK Secret The only dissolverof the poisonous
I'rie Acid which exists lu the Blood of liheuniatic
and lioutv Pait.ints. $1 a box: il boxes for fr.
Sent to any address ou receipt of price. Indorsed
by Phvsid'aiis. Sold bv all Ilrunirlst Adtlreaa
WASHUL'ltN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot i!'! llroadway, N, Y.
For Sale by P.AKCLAY BItOS.. and Dru.'ijlsti
J. T. WAKKEN & CO.
(51 & C6 W. Second St.
Fort'lRuaud Dotnestli: dried aud cituued Fruits aud
Vegetables. Canned, dried aud salt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils uud Coiidlments. Soup
ttuQ's, Itaktui; Powders, cround aud
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellies, Preserve
Fancy Groceries aud Oro
Stock unimrallcled In tlto West.
SEND FOR OUR ''UROCERSL
t..- V 1-1 VV ,T :i H tjl. . I-. -1,41 ,,tl It, t;i,. IMi'K pll'l.
il ! . ii-.... .j i;i,-.., r! 1 1 ' - t : ii ii! i Uf ii i.,i ri .
:i' ii .it. i.i ; v u:-fi . r i r , . -
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Ciiicaoo, June 1, 10:00 a m.
Wheat-June, 1 02; July, fjsc.
rork-June, $10 20; July, $10 30.
Corn June, S3?; July,35f.
Outi-Junit, SO?,'; July,
NEW YORK OHArN.
New Youk, June 1, 12:10 v. m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Re.l Winter,
$1 321 G4; Hcl Winter. $1 501 35;
No. 3 Chicago, $1180130; No. 2 Mil
waukee,$l 20(1 22. Corn quiet-No. 2,
Liveupool, June 1, 2:00 r. m.
Wlicat quiet und ste.nly Winter, 10s 3d
610s 01; Spring, 9?9slO-I; California
average, Os 3d 10i Id; California Club,
10s 103 Gd. Corn dull Is 8d.
LATEST BV TELEGRAPH.
THE HHST BATTLE.
CiiiCAiio, May 31. The tirst battle has
been iought, and the result is against
Grant. The national committee went into
session at 8 o'clock iu the evening and
broke up about midnight. The newspaper
men waited outside for many hours, and
only got the information at un hour so late
that it is impossible to telegraph full details.
The transaction of the business shows the
composition of the committee to bo tweu-ty-nlue
to seventeen against the unit rule.
Gov. McC'ormick offered a resolution as fol
lows: Resolved, that while calling to order and
aiding in the organization of the national
Republican convention of lssi), the chair
man of this convention is respectfully re
quested in any rulings that lie may make,
and in all Ids actions and proceedings in
organizing the convention, to recognize the
right of every individual member to vote
his individual sentiments upon every ques
The resolution was duly seconded. It
meant the abrogation of the unit rule, but
it was not adopted. The chairman, Mr.
Cameron, refused to put it. An appeal was
asked for and was also refused, Mr. Cam
eron saying that it involved an insult to the
chairman. There was tk-bate and the pre
cedents f conventions were quoted but all
in vain. The chairman was inflexible and
the resolution failed. It failed through
the iron determination of the chairman.
but it i difficult to understand why the
majority of the committee tolerated such
action. There is a furious row springing
up here late as is the hour over the matter.
THF. NF.XT IMPORTANT DUSINKSS
lransacted was regarding the temporary
organization. The committee Here took
matters into their own hands and sat down
on the boss chairman. It was decided the
temporary organization should be as fol
lows : Senator Geo. P. Hoar, temporary
chairman; J. II. Roberts of Illinois, and
Christopher McGee of Pennsylvania, secre
taries; lJroadwell of St. Louis and dishy ot
Michigan, reading clerks; Eugene Davis,
reporter. Mr. Hoar is an anti-Grantite,
and evidently the organization was against
the triumvirate. The difficulty iu under
standing the whole matter is why the anti
Grant men were so successful in the tem
porary organization and yet failed in in
structing the chairman in reference to the
The other business transacted was in ref
erence to the distribution of tickets aud
A resolution was offered by Mr. Martin,
of Kansas, and adopted, putting the super
vision of distribution and hull arrangements
in tlie hands of a committee composed of
Messrs. Root, of Illinois, New, of Indiana,
Enos, of Wisconsin, Scott, ol Oregou,
Cooper, of Ohio, Pi 1 ley, of Missouri, Do
vaux, of Georgia, Uoweti, of the District,
audCla)ton, of Arkansas. The plan of
distribution is as follows: To each dele
gate, one season ticket; to each alternate,
one ditto; to each working reporter, ditto;
to each member of national committee,
ditto; to president of convention, twenty
live tickets; to each delegate, seven tickets
for general use; to members of press com
mittee, in charge of sections V. and C, 500
tickets; to each member of the
national committee, 23 tickets
each; to proprietors of exhibition
building, 100 tickets; chairman of delega
tion, three tickets each. Tho quota of
tickets for each state and territory and lo
cality will be delivered to tho member of
the national committee representing the
same. Ho shall bo charged with distribu
tion. Where there aro contests the new
sub-committee will settle tlio matter. The
old sub-cotumitteo of three was dissolved.
It seems generally understood hero that
tue procjciungs ot tlie committee snow a
DEFEAT POH THE 0 11 ANT KOttfES.
I interviewed Mr. Pilley at tho close of tho
meeting. He Appeared iu excellent spirits,
but tacitly admitted ,liat no victory bad
been accomplished. "ThtagSj" he said,
NEW SERIES NO. 293
"have just gone as we expected. Mr. Iloar
is named as temporary chairman, but o
other name will be presented by the con- '
vention." "Rut are you gratified by the
result?" I asked. "I expected matters to
go as they have," lie answered evasively.
The fact is, so far as the. committee is con
cerned, I believe the bosses and his imperial
highness hare received a rather ominous
black eye. The action of the chairman in
refusing to entertain a reasonable and legal
motion, or to grant an appeal, will excite
general indignation. The machine is too
apparent, and it remains to be seen if dele
gates will stand being handled as automa
tons. Unless the Grautites have strength
to counteract the work of the committee
they are hopelessly routed. Filley seems
confident that tho convention will do what
is requisite in the matter.
The mass-meetings to-night, Grant and
anti-Grant, were not enthusiastic. I visit
ed both. At the tormer Stephea A. Doug--.,
las, Jr., Fred. Douglass, Judge Harrison of
Tennessee and others 9poke, but the Orant
luminaries were absent. Tho crowd was
not immense and was decidedly languid in
spirit. At the anti-Grant demonstration
the crowd was certainly the largest. Frye
of Maine, MacVeigh of Pennsylvania, Po
sey of Indiana and others spoke, but most
of the orators were obscure men. To-morrow
the cauldron will boil hotter and fiercer
INDIAN ATHOCITIES VICTOIUOS BLOODY
Sax Puanctsco, May 31. A Tucson dis
patch says: O. S. Smythe, superintendent
of the N. M. and L. company, is here from
Silver City. He states that the whole coun
try surrounding Silver City is in a sta'te of
terror and demoralization. Yictorio and
his band of not less than three hundred
and fifty warriors made up of Apaches,
Mescaleros. Comanches and Navajoes are
spreading death and destruction before
them. Troops under Gen. Hatch appuar to
A volunteer cumpany of fifty men,
equipped, mounted and rationed by citi
zens of Silver City to aid the military, went
to Gen. Hatch at Mogollon mountain som
days ago, offering their aid. Iu response
to this oiler they were informed by Hatch
that the citizens had better attend to their
own business that he would take care of
the Indians. At that time San Francisco
valley was being made desolate by Indians,
settlers fleeing- tor their lives. Not less
than twenty-two people were killed.
It is also well known that when a promi
nent officer of the Arizona command sent
word to Hatch that by a certain movement
he (Hatch) could corrall Vietorio in Bos
canyon, Hatch refused to co-operate and
Vietorio escaped. The people of South
western New Mexico are very bitter against
Hatch. Upwards of 2 0 citizens have been
killed in New Mexico by this band during
Hatch's campaign of the last threo or four
months. They also claim that he has been
defeated in every engagement with the In
dians, aud has sent reports to military
headquarters, most outrageously falsifying
the real situation ot affairs in his depart
KIUUl'STEIllNO IN TIIE HOt'SE.
Washinotos, May 31. There was a
ridiculous performance in the house late
this afternoon. The house went into com
mittee of the whole to consider tho general
Jeficiency bill. No limit was fixed for
general debate. Mr. Reagan, chairman of
the commerce committee, was recognized
by the chair and uuder the rules was enti
tled to one hour. He b'.'uaa a speech ou'
the inter-state commerce question. He
was soon interrupted by certain Republi
cans of small calibre who insisted that he
should eoniitie his remarks to the deficiency
bill. A row at once ensued.
Finally the committee rose
because certain Republicans filibustered by
breaking a quorum. Though appealed to
by Gen. Hawlcy and others they refused to
consent to any arrangement by which Mr.
Reagan would be allowed to proceed.
In the midst of this taugle Mr. Springer
moved to go to the speaker's table for tho
purpose of reaching and considering tho
senate joint mle providing a method for
tho electoral count. On this motion alt
but half a dozen Republicans refused to
vote, thereby breaking the quorum and
bringing all business to a stand-still. By
the grace of the house a largo number of
Republicans are ubseut at Chicago. Under
the circumstances it is indecent for those
remaining to play the part of obstruction
ists. CAl'lTAL NOTES TUE KIVKK AND UAKBOR
II I Mi. '
Washington, May 31. Senator Vest
and Represeuative Clardy have been busy
all day ou the river and harbor bill. They
think there Is no doubt that appropriations
for Ice harbor at St. Louis aud for Hannibal
will bo restored and other appropriation
which hare been cut down will bo increased
when tho bill comes up for consideration
in tho senate to-morrow.
Representative Phillips leaves here lor
West Point to-morrow. IU isonooftlw
board of vUitors.