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THE DAILY, CAIRO BULLETIN.
MRFfTrtllV. I Dirmnina I I
of the leading tiUBluc.M boimuM wboae advertise
ment may bo found Id Tin Bui.i.tTiN.
C. O. Patler 4 Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
i. I). Williamson 4 Co.
; YiK'iim 4 Broderick, Wab. Ave., cor. KluUth.
T, J. O l.uUKniiu, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Marcan; ofilcu, 140 Commercial aveutia,
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial
Dr. H V. Wbltlock, 1W I oniuicriUi avenue.
lCulit . Smyth, No. lit) Otiio levee
II. II Camlet;, No. 7Ohto levee Otp flairs).
Equitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth anO
Widow, ami Orphaua Mutual Aid Society, Hcvcuth
and Commrrclal avenue.
DRVGGISTS-WHOLEHALE AND RETAIL.
,eo E. O'llara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Hunk. Stb and Commercial
tty XM'onal, Ubio levee.
CI.amiiii.ii. Three Stale.
John Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee,
K C. ford. Corner NliHh and Commercial.
GENF.RAL DELIVERY open ,MU a.m.; closet
ti:!t)pm.; Sunday : tj to 9 a. m.
Miiuty Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloiei
at i. in.
Thrush Eipre Mailt Ma Illlnoi Central 5 H
p. In .
MiMlmippi Centra! Railroad close at 'J p. m.
Cairo anil Poplar Muff Through and Way Mall
cioi! a' 1 p. in. .... , ...
Wav M ill via IUInol Centra). ( lro and In
eeniiv aLti Ml.ippl Central Railroads cloe al
SCl") p. m.
Way Mill for Narrow (iauu'e Railroad close at
Cairo'aLd Evansvllle River Route cloe at 2:30
p. m. d'iy (except Pridayi.
' Mayor-N B TbiMlewood.
Clerk UtUiii J. Foley.
Counselor--W'm. II. Gilbert.
Marshal J.C. Lailue.
Attorney William lleulrlik.
K.IAC.I) or ALIJUHMKH.
Kirn Ward-M. J. Howiey
Swuni Ward-Duvld T. Linear C. K. Wood-
" Third Ward-W. P. Wr'.ehr. Egbert Smith.
Koiirth Ward Chart"! 0. I'atn r. Jame KynatOU
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ilalilday. Ernest IJ. Pettlt.
circuit Judu-e-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Reaves.
Contitr Jnd." R S- Yocuiu.
County Clerk S. .1. liiimm.
Couutv Attortwy W C. Vnlkey.
Coutiv Treis-irir Mile Parker.
Sheritl JoliU Hodges.
Couutv Commissioners T. . tlalliday. J A.
l. tiltihs. famuel Hrtley. ,
APiUCHN M. E Fourteenth Mreet. between
Walnut and Cedar treets: services Sabbath 11
a. m. and " p. m.; Sunday School l:: p. in
(CHRISTIAN Eighteenth street: meeting Sab
j bath W:W p.m.; preaching occasionally.
CWRCIl OF TUE REDEEM KR Episcopal)
J Fourt-cuth trcet : Sunday Morning prayer
V) :i a m.; evenlnu. prayer. 7 :3u p. in.: Sunday
school : a. m. Friday evening prayer 7:S p. m.
TMKST MISSIONARY BAIT I ST CIU'RCII
r PreaihiUK at lo:;iu a. m.. i p. m., and 7 :30 p. rn.
Sabbath Khool at 7: p. m. Rev. V. J. Shored,
JITUEKAN Thirteenth atreet: aervln-a Sab
j bath 1 :3i a. ni.j Sunday choo! 2 p m. Rev.
METUODIST-Cor. Ei.'htb aad Walnut utre tc;
I'reacliinit Sabbath lil:.i a. m. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wedaedav 7:) p. m.; bunday
School, V a. m. Rev. Whittaker. pactor.
1JRESBYTKHIAN -Eiirhth ptreef, preaching on
Sabbath at ll:i' a. m. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
meeting Weduedav at 7::l'). m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. B. V. Ueor.'e. pa-tor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Flflcer.th
ftreet. between Walnut and Cedar itreet, aer
vice Sabbath at 3 and 7:ip. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Comer Cron
aud Walnut streets; aervicea Sabbath 10:Sjna.
m.; Sunday School at 3 p. m.; Vespers 3 p. m.-; fer
vicea every day ut 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street aud Washington avenue ; aervia! Sab
nath a aud lit a. tn. ; Veaper 3 p. m. ; SnDday Schoijl
Sp.ra.; aervtct every day at 8 p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Hoinooiiathic Physician anil Surffoon.
Office 110 Oi, amerclul avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
jyn. E. W. AVIIITLOCK,
Opficf No. 13C Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
Jjll W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFlCE-EiglitU Struct, near Commercial Avcune.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
i - , - , . va m w
BiUi,iWw, 31 Lull. A L. MEDICAL.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Runnlnir Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Makliur DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tkmni I.evB Cairo: (
Arriving In St. Loul:4.')a m.; Chicago. S:30 p.m.;
Connecting at (tdln and Effingham for Cincin
nati, LouUvllle, ludlauupolii and pidnta East.
1 1:15 a.m. Ht. Ijouiw ami AVrntora
Counectini at st . Lotiln Tor all point Went,
ji.tn. V'nt Kxjironw.
For St. LouU und Chicago, arriving at St. Loula
lu:l.'i p.m., and Chkayo 7:2.ia.ui.
Arriving al Cincinnati 7:15 a.m.; Loutavillo 7:!0
a m.; Indianapolis 4:OU a.m. Passenger bv
tins triiiu reach the above poluta ly to M)
llol'R.s In advance of any other route.
Fnt Time East.
PtKxfMKn'l'V ,,r "ue (("through to East,
i u.-5-vii, gn ,.rn point without any delay
caused bv Sunday luterveiiliig. The Saturday after
boon train from Culro arrlven In new York Moudav
niorning at lu::r. Tliirty-alx houn lu advance of
any other route,
ttrT'Kor tliroiii-h tl; l:ct ami further Information,
apply at Illluol. C.-iitrul Railroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
txprea : -i.y, u ,.u
Ac:uui mediation. :i y, p.m.
Mail 4 ID a.m.
JAe. .JOHNSON. J. II JONES.
(i'H. Southern Agent. Tick 't Agent.
W p. J011NjUN. t,en. Panengi-r Agent.
QAIRO ST. LOUIS K. R.
rr; 'tj i i'rji--"-j-----j
II. V. SMITIIKIIH. Itweivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Exprea leave Cairo nijiim
Through Exprea arrive at E. St Lo'.r.a. S 45p.m.
Through Exprea leaves E. St Louis.... :uoa.m.
Through Express arrivea at Cairo 5:lop.m.
Mnrphysboroaccommodati-jnlcaves Cairo 1:30 p.m.
Mu-physboro Acc.arrives at lurpl:yioro 7:rm p.m.
Murphysbom Acc. leaves Murpbysboro. .. 5:i'a.m.
Murphvsboro Acc. arrive at ( airo 11 lija.iu.
The Cairo A; St Louia Iiil Road I the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis tinder one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way sutlons awaiting connection from other'lir.ea.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
line for North. Eaft and West
L. M. JOHNSON.
QUID & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
T1MF. TABLE OK I'ASSKNGIll! TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (Nil.-. DO, IS?!.)
No. Day Expr-ss , Lxrept suu layl 1 :3fl p. m.
" n hpreas i txcept ultluy 1 r i., p. tn.
" 4 Night Exre" 'Dailyi' l'J::iOa, in.
No 5 Express i Except Sunday) llt'ij a. l.l.
1 Day Exjiress (Exivpt siimlay) -J:Vip. m.
" 3 Nitht Express iDalfy) .'. . l:u. in.
J. R. O.AUK. C. S. Conk. Ju .
Agent Viucennes. (Jen. Ticket A,"'t Cinelnnati
gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y.
Cairo Time Ttililf.
Texas Express ;i)a!Iy J.IJ p. ra
'.'oiiuects at Charleston for Columbus.
Texas Exprcti Oallyl S:3.-ia. 2
Areoictiiodatlon I'aifyl T:3p. ..
Office and Passenger Depot No. M tllilo Levee. tm
J. C. Z1MMKR, A -en
D. Axteli., Division Suiieriutendenl.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Curptl, Not Merely RelieveJ
And Can Prove What wo Claim.
ICT'heri; ar no failures and no disappoint-
ments. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you cuu lie eusily and quickly cured, as
hundred have neon already. We ahall be pleased
to mall a sheet of testluuuilals to any Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure Ml form of llllloustiesa, preven Conatl
ptitlon and Dyspetisiu, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from too lieartv eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate. the Liver, aud Regulate
the Bowel. They do all I hi by taking just one
little pill at a dosu. They tiro pur)y vegetable, do
nor gripe or purge, nuu uru iu nunri) perieei us
It 1 possible fur a pill to be. Price tU cet ta, B for
gl. Sold by druggist everywhere or sent by mull.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE, PA.
,tf, j w r TO8tW0A YEAR, or $ to
tni 1 rill 'J a day In your own locality
T I r II I No risk Wouiou do tie well
f li I c rn mun- Mu,v mtiko more
"4r v than the amount stated
above. No one can full to
make money fust. Any cue can do the work. Yoti
can make from rc to $i an hour by devoting your
evening mid spare time to the btisltieas, It costs
nothing to try the btislnea. Nothing like It for
money making evroll'ere,d before. Buslne plea
ant and trlc.tly honorable, Reader, If you want to
know all about the best paying biisitu'ss before the
public, send it your address and wo will erd yon
iltll particular and prlvito term frue:implc
worlh$5 alo free! you can then make up your
mind for yourself. Adclrent OEOItOB STIN&ON
A CO, Portland, SlaUie,
AIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
dlclncnot a drink,)
HOPS, BUCIIU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And tho Purest and Beat Medical Oualitie of
all other Blttera.
1 THEY CURE
All disease of the Stomach, Bowel, Blood,
Liver, Kidney, and L'ulnary Organ, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessne aud especially Fenmlo Com
plaint. $1000 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a caothay will cot euro or help
or for anything Imporc or Injurious found In
Ask your Druggist for Hop Bitter and try
them before you sleep. Take no other.
IIopC'ol'oii Ci'kr ta the weetet, afest and
bust. Ask Children.
The Hop Pab for Stomach. Liver and Kldneya
i superior to all other. Ask Drug.glati.
D. f. C. Is an absolute und Irre.l j'il,'.. .. r...
IdruuLvuuo. uae of opium, tobacco and nar
fcotic. Send for circular.
All above mild by druggist.
Hop Bitter Manufacturing Co., Rochester, N. Y.
THE DAILY BULLETIN'.
The Daily Bulletin.
Uy Carrier, 5c Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
810 Per Year, 810
If p:til Ye:ir!y or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column S Pajre Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
82.00 lu AtlVittlec 8-2.00
To CLUBS of FIVE or MOKE,
IjyiO per Year.
The I c l l e t i x H i x d e i t y
HLAXK HOOK WORK
Of all Kind.-.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A.U Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, in Black or Colors,
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statement's, Bills Lading". Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding" Invitations, Book Work,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, Juno Id, the boat will make
the following trip:
I.IAVIt LRATE8 tlAVIt
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
N a. m. 8:!W a. m. n a. m.
It) a.m. 10:) a. ra. It a.m.
i! p. m. p. m. A p. ta.
4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6 p.iu. ;
2 p.m. 11:30 p.m. 3 p. m
MORNING. JUNK 4, 1880.
Compound Syrup of
HYPOPHOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION 0PTHE LUNGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
Congestion of the Lungs, UroucliItU. Consump
tion, Nervous Prostration. Miortness of Breath,
Palpitation ut the Heart, Trembllnfr of the
Hands uml Limbs, rhjieI aud Mental Deprt -slon,
Lots of Appetite. I,os of Ene.rpy. Loss of
Jletnory. It w ill ruiilillv improve the weakness
tunetlon and organ of the ImmI.v, w hich depend
for health upon voluntary scnil-volnntnry nml
liivoliiutatv nervous actliin.
It act with vigor, geutlene.s and subtlety, owing
to the exouilte harmony of its Ingredient, akiu
to pure biood itself. It taste pleasant, and Its ef
St. Jons, N R.
Mr. Junes I. Fellows, ChemUt, St. John. N. B
Dear Sir: Having used your Compound Syrup
of Hyp'iphosphlte for some time lu my practice, I
have no hesitation In recommending it to my pa.
tients who are snrlerlng from general debllltv, or
any disease of the luugs. knowing thut, even lu
cases utterly hopeless, ititford relief.
I um. itir, yours truly. II. (i. ADDY, M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRL'OGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.o' of apTictlte. mife-i, bowels cn-tivn. pain fn
tuii.-.fi w itiwTuil si'iisutiou i"t "e T iVk t"'T
pun nil lertm- ahtiind'T-nlad". tunings al'ti-r e
iiiind. irntaolilty ol l.-mo-r. luw iirit-. los nf
VaViMrV M'i'iVH"r..i'Mi' ii in ' ' " "' '""rl
dolVhTr" tt" i-uTel!mv?S
If tliee warnings areuubee letl. wrlous diseases
will anon be ilevt ltiped.
Tl'TT S PILL'S are especlallv ainnted to such
cases, one dose effects such a change of feeling as
iuaiou;i i.:e siirerer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tatt: Deir Sir;- For ten yeard I have been a
martyr to dvsDepsia.c6ntitatlon and nilea
Last spring your pills were recommended; I used
inem. t am now a well man, have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular atools. piles goue,
and have gained tony pounds of flesh. They are
worth their weight lu gold.
REV. H. L SIMPSON, LoulevlUe, Ky.
They Increase the apetito. and cause the bodv
to take on ;lesh. thus the system is nourished, and
by their totlic action Oil the !iir.atlv nr.mn. ro .ii.
lar stool are produced. Price' S3 cuts? 8 Mur
ray street, . i.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
(iray hair or whisker changed to a glo?sy black
by a single application of this dv, It Impart a
natural color, act instautaneously. Sold by drug
gists, or sent by express ou receipt o; 1.
Office. 35 Murray Street, New York.
Ci OR GOUT
V" ACl'TE OR CHHO
Manufactured only nnder the above Trade Ma
EVKOPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF rAKIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple. Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
coutlneut. Th highest Medical Academy of
Pans report 95 cure out of 1W cafe within three
duys. Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous
I'ric Acid which exist In the Wood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patient. $1 a box; boxe for $5.
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Phvslciau. Sold by ull Druggists. Addres
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importer' Depot Jli hroadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druuglst
I T. WARREN- & CO.
T , f
, 04 & 6C W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried andcanued Fruit aud
Vegetable. Canned, dried aud alt Fish. Pick
le, Sattco. Oil and Condiment. Soup
(tuft's, Baking Powder, ground aud
wholo Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soap, Seed, Jellle, Preorve
Fuucy Groceries aud Gro
Stock uniiaralleled In the West.
SEND FOE OUR "GROCERS". MANUEL,
M.UIKETS BY TELEGRAM!
Ctuc'Aoo, Juno 3, 12:00 M.
Wheat June, fl 01; July, 01c,
Pork-June, $10 2010 23; July,
10 27; Aujmt, 10 4010 422';
Corn June, 33; July, 35f85
Outs -Juno, OOig; July, 28 4'.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, Juuc 3, 13:03 r. m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Red Winter,
11 201 29; Red Winter, $1 231 CO;
No. 2 ChicBfro, 1 I7l 18; No. 2 Mil
waukce, $1 191 20. Corn quiet No.
Liverpool June 3, 2:00 r. m.
Wheat unclianged AVinter, 10s 3J
10a CJ; Spring, 0s9s 10tl; California
average, Os 3J103 Id; California Club,
10s10s Gtl. Coru-dulll-44 81.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Dids fair to bo the most turbulent and ex
citing party gathering ever called together
in this country, judging by the preliminary
struggle which has been going oa since
featurday last. The immense corridors and
rotunda of the Palmer house were thronged
to their utmost capacity till late last night,
and the sun had scarcely risen before tho
fight was renewed. Tho doors of tho vari
ous committee rooms were beset by crowds
which increased so rapidly that they grad
ually mingled, and the whole first tloor ot
the Palmer house was packed with a dense
mass of humanity so closely wedged to
gether that to move ten paces became a
practical impossibility. Room 29 was the
centre of interest for here tho national exe
cutive committee were closeted, aud hero
was allotted to the chairman of each dele
gation the number of stats to which his
6tato va3 entitled. Two policemen used
their best efforts to keep the
doorway open, but in vain, and it was only
after the most superhuman exertions that
the chairmen were enabled to effect an exit
aud force a way to their respective com
mittee rooms. The usual numbers of in
fluential gentlemen appeared on the scene
and claiming to be on terms of special iuti
macy with members of the national com
mittee and insisted on sending cards, notes,
etc., which in most cases elicited no ans
wer, as most ot the delegates had promised
their tickets before they ever reached Chi
cago. It is needless to say that a large
proportion of the crowd finally rushed to
the various state headquarters only to be
informed that '"the tickets had all been
OPENING OF TUE CONVENTION.
The band riled into the immense build
ing about tioou, and soou the delegations
began pouring in. Conkling headed his
delegation, and his tall, handsome head
showed above the surging crowd. As he
walked up the aisle the assembled throng
in the galleries greeted him with cheer
after cheer. After this demonstration the
hall rilled quickly and the murmur of the
multitude sounded like the voice of many
waters. The seats for the delegates arc so
nearly on a level that it is almost impossi
ble for those occupying the rows further
from the president's chair to be heard or
seen. As for the great bulk of the audi
ence, they will see the convention as a pan
tomime, for it is impossible for theu to
The seats of the different delegations arc
arranged in alphabetical order, beginning
"A" on the left and runuinq back to the
rear and then forward, then back, then for
ward again and so back aud torth alpha
betically until the seats assigned to dole-
gates arc tilled. Two or three of tho terri
tories apparently omitted in the origina
plan, have places in the front and- center,
by this arrangement. The seats nearest tho
speakers' stand aud running from right to
left across the front row o; seats are ar
ranged as follows : Wisconsin, West Vir
ginia, Virginia, Nebraska, Nevada, New
Hampshire, District of Columbia, Arizona,
Alabama and Arkansas. Tho .delegation
from New York is in the center of the
body. Pennsylvania is ou the extremo
right and midway down the row of ' seats.
Ohio is away in tho rear.
MISSOl'Rt IS ON THE LKFT
And wetl in front, and Massachusetts is
three states behind Missouri. Such is the
size of the building that the people in tho
rear galleries look like pigmies from the
reporters' stand. The roar even while the
delegates and visitors are seated sounds
like that of the Merchants' exchange of
St. Louis in 1870.
The convention was opened by prayer, as
usual, Dr. Kittridge ot tho Third Presby
terian church being the clergyman. He de
livered the invocation In a stump speech
style, as if It wore more Important that' the
convention should hear him than the spirit
ual authorities; in tact he roared alarming
NEW SERIESNO. 295.
ly, but he avoided politics except by tho
usual allusion to the Jews. As the Hebrew
children had passed through the Red tea,
so also had the American people, only tho
sea in the latter case was blood. As ho
painted the figure there was an Irreverent
disposition to applause.
Tilings glided along smoothly at first.
Hoar was made temporary chairman, ac
cording to the compromise programme,
which was also carried out as to secretaries
and reading clerks. Gov. Davis, of Texas,
Frye, of Maine and Raum, of Illinois, con
ducted Hoar to the chair. Roberts, of Illi
nois and McKcc, of Pennsylvania, were
made secretaries, and Clisoy, of Michiganf
and Broadwell, of St. Louis, reading clerks,
and took their places. Thus tho great
Radical show started. The bitterness bo
tweeu the rival factions was illustrated by '
the fact that neither Cameron's nor Hoar's
abuse of tho Democrats caused any particu
lar applause. Tho delegates were preoccu
pied about other things.
A SMALL ROW.
Frye, of Maine, noticed that Utah waa
not called, and moved that the omission bo
recalled. President Hoar said it would be
done if there were no objection. Conkling
sptang to his feet immediately. "There is
objection, Mr. President," ho said. The
gesture, the imperious tons, the rapid glance
around were nil admirable in their way. A
swift shiver of excitement swept through
the convention anJ then everybody strain
ed to listen. "It is coming," said a man
behind me; "the fight is opened." It
proved a false alarm, however. Conkling'g
apprehension that the compromise pro
gramme was about to be broken proved
groundless. Fryo explained that Utah had
been omitted by mistake, and the objec- '
tion was withdrawn. The brief spar be
tween Conkling and Five only developed
the relative lobby strength of the Grant
and Blaine sides. It seemed to me that
the latter were decidedly ahead, but the
hall was not full and the Grant stampers
will probably be in the majority to-morrow.
The more important contests of which
the convention was notified were Illinois
aud Louisiana, of which the facts have al
ready been given. Tho next item of inter
est was Logan's speech in favor of instruct
ing the national committee to issue 500
tickets daily to tho veterans. He stood up
on his seat and make a regular spread eagle
speech. Bold and black aud truculent, he
looked the beau ideal of the western dem
agogue. At first we all thought the motion
would precipitate a fight, as its object was
evidently to swell the Grant lobby, but
there was no opposition. A delegate rose
to speak. "Gen. Kirkpatrick has the floor,n
said the president. "Kilpatrick if you
please," said the delegate, and there was a
laugh. So Geu. Kilpatrick made a speech
supporting the motion. Tho other side did
not dare to fight and so the motion was car
ried, only one vote "no" was heard away
down in the hall, but whether a delegate or
an outsider could not be determined. Cook
ling's motion to adjourn to 11 o'clock
Thursday was supported by Eugene Halo
and so tho show ended rather abruptly for
the day. The committees remained in ses
sion for some time in the sido rooms and
then adjourned to more convenient quarters.
An old colored minister in a sermon on
hell, pictured it us a region of ice and
snow, where the damned froze throughout
eternity. When privately asked what hi s
object was in representing Gehenna in tin a
way, lie said, "I don't dare tell dem people
nuftin else. Why, if I was to say hoil was
warm, some ob dem old rhematic niggahs
would be wanting to start down dar do
bery fust frost."
Edwin Booth in Rheumatism. Edwin
Booth suffers terribly sometimes from rheu
matism, and if he were not otio of tho most
unliable of mortals, would, doubtless, in-
liilge in vigorous Anglo-Saxon, expletives.
He takes refuge, however, in a well-smoked
corncob pipe when tho attack is on him,
using no otner medical treatment than a
preparation originally tested by his brother-in-law,
J. H. Magouigle. This affords him
almost instant relief, atmd in place of in-
lulging iu protauity when tho rheumatism
nips him, he calls for Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia, which he buys bv the
gallon. Giles' Pills cures Erysipelas. Sold
by all iirtiggis. yen.l tor plmmphlet.
Dr. Giles, 120 West Broa.lway. N. V.
Trial size 23 cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
From the Hen. There is norhaos no
tonic offered to the people' that possesses as
much real, intrinsic value as the Hop Bit
ters. Just at this season of the year, whoa
the stomach needs an appetizer, or the
blood needs purifying, tho cheapest and
best remedy is Hop Bitters. An ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of cure, don't
wait uatil you are prostrated by a disease ,
that may take months for you to recover in.
Game Played For. Tho "Republican,"
Omaha, Nebraska, says : "In the game of
lito the 'stake' played for is health, wealth
aud happiness. Each of these can be ob
tained by the use of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, Warner's Safe Diabetes
Cure. Warner's Safo Pills, Bitters, Nervine
Phvsician8 freely prescribe tho neir
food medicine, "Malt Bitters," because
more nourishing, strengthening, and pari
tying than all other forms of malt or mcdi
cluc.while free froin tho ob'Joctious nrgwt
against malt liquors. . v . V