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Y0LL.f1' CAIKO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNK 5. NEW SERlisml
' ----. , , HUMCAli.
of the if Adifift bunlneiM bouac whimo dvertte
me uti way be found in I'm Ui i.i.kti.n.
I'. O. I'uilur Co., Commercial avnu and Nine
GKOCEKIES. 1 1
(i. D. WilllamHon A Co.
Yorntn A Brodurlclc, Wacb. Ave., cor. Eighth.
T, J, 0 I.uiiKQitu, l'opUr. cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. IJ. Marian; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
X)r, W. (.'. Jooilyn, Eighth near Commercial.
l)t. E. W. Whlllock, 1HJ Commercial avtnue.
Kobt. tfmytli. No. (10 Ohio leveu.
II. II. Cande, No. TOOblo levee (up ita!rc).
U'iuiia)ile Llfu, or New York, corner Twclltb and
Wlduwi ud Orphaui Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Coiom'Tjitil avenue.
DHtGGISTS-VVltoLESALK AND UETAIL.
('no E. O'Hxra, El'liteeutb and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank, HtU and Commercial,
ily National, Ohio levee.
Cbamplriii. Thn:a Sute
Jjku Suroal, comer Twelfth and Lfve.
B BACKET STOKE.
K C. Ford, Corner Nintb aud Commercial,
GKSEKAL DELIYEKl open .:) a.m.; clone!
6: 'M ni. Sunday : H to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloi-i
at r p. in.
TbrwuKb EipreM SU!1 1a I!l!noi Central
MiMiiiul Central Kjillrnd cloi"ii at p. m.
C!ro btd Koplar lllutT TuniusU and Way Mail
c!i. a' 1 u. ni.
Way Mull via IllliioU Central, Cairo and Vln
ceuuet and MiFt.srippI Central Bailroads cloae at
: lo p. m.
Wy .Vallfjr Narrow Uaniju IUI'.roid close at
Ciroaiid Evdv111 Biver Route doses at 8:30
I', m. dii.y (except Friday).
Mayor-N. B Tliitlewxd.
Tn-aurrr -Edward Dezonia.
Clerk lAuiiiK. J. Kolev.
Counaelor--Wni. B (filbert.
.MamUI-J C l.alliK'.
lump or alijckmek.
Klrt Ward M. J. Ilowley
Seroud Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. Wood
ward. Tlilrd Ward-W. P. Wr-lit. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charle 0. rV.ier, Jamea Kynaaton
Fifth Ward-T. W. Haliiday, Ernect B. I'stllt.
Circuit Jodire D. J. Buker.
Circuit Cleik J. A. Keve.
L'oaoty Jude H. S. Yumai.
County Clerk S. J. Ilunim.
County Atioriy W. C. M ilkey.
CounivTrvanurir Milea W. Parker.
Coroner B. Fltt-raiC.
Countv Coramivaionera T. W. ilalliday, J A.
M. Uibb'a, Samuel Ilrilcj.
L .. .U at.... 1.....,..n
. Walnut and Cedar atreeta: services ISabbatri 11
a. m. and 7 : p. m.; Sunday .school l -il p. lu.
CMI1USTIAN -Eighteenth street; meeting hab
J bath 10: VI. m.; preacblui; occasionally.
CtUCKCH OP THE HEDEEM KK Kplscopal)
Fourteenth stn.-et; Sunday Morning prayers
U W a. m.; evenini; prayers, 7 :3o p. m.; Sunday
school . :) a. m. Friday evening prayer "M p. in.
VMRsT M1SSIONAKY HAITI ST CHCKCH.
I Preacb'.nx at to::J a. m., p. m., and 7:' p. m.
habbatb school at ':) p. ni. Uev. T. J. Shore,
f t'THERAN Thirteenth street: services Sab
lj bath 1:) a. m ; Sunday rchool2p. m.
METHODIST Cor. Elk-hit" and Walnnt streets;
I'reacbinir Sabbatb lo:i a. m. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7::H) p. m.; Sunday
School, y a. m. Iter. 'A nttiaiier, paaior.
1RESBYTEKIAN-ElKbth stroetj jireachlnjr on
Sabbath at tt:(a.' a. m. and 7:9ft p. m.; prayer
meetln eouea;av ai tistp. m.; ouiiuuy ntuooi
al 3 p. m. Kev. li. V. lieore, paaior.
OECOND FKEE-WII.L IIAPTIST - Flftoer.th
5 street, between Walnut aud Cedar streets; ser-
vices raitam ui ) auu . : i i. in.
ST. JOSEPirsfKoinan Catholic) Corner Cross
aud Walnut streets; services Sabliath ld.Wa.
m.; Sunday Schixd at i p. m.; Vespers i p. ni.; str
flees every day at 0 p. m.
OT. PATRICK'S-f Human Catholic) Corner Nlulh
J? stri-et and Wa-binj-ion aveuue; senlces Sab
tmt.li a aud 10 a.m.; Vespers 8 p. m. ; Batidajr School
S p. m. ; aervicv everv da.- at s p. m. Kev. t . Zabel,
T H. MAHEAN, M. D.,
Hoinoopatliie Physician and Snr?eon.
O.lks 1 to O'o amerclal avsune. Hcaidence corner
i-ourteeuth St. und Waabiustoa avenue, Cairo.
yi. E. W. WHITLOCK.
Tfici No. Mfl Commercial Avenue, between
'bib aud Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYX,
D E NTIST.
K'E EiifhlU Street, near Commercla'. Avenne.
rRCIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
"Walo Dealer in lee.
ICE Bd CAR load OR TON, WELL
PED FOR SHIPPING.
ar ads a Specialty.
Cor.Twe street and Levee,
DAILY . CAIRO
ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. lonis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running: Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT coNNKcrrox with
Tiuins Liars Cairo:
Arriving lu St. Lonla ::, a.m. : Chicago. p.m. ;
toniiecil:i8 at Odin aud Effluvium for Cincin
nati, LouUvllle. Indlunapoln and pulnta Eaat.
11:15 .m. tit. Ijouia and "Vttru
t'omectinit at St. Louis for all polnta Went.
:J:MO p.m. Fut Kx preen.
For St. Lotiia and chlcaw, arriviuff at St. Loiii
10.15 p.m.. and Chicago T:-J a.m.
3:V!0 i in. ( 'iwlnurttl Kxjiiphs.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:1' am.; Louifvilla 7:20
am.; Indianapolia 4 -0: a.m. I'wi eiiifera by
Una train reach the above poluta l'J'toUO
liot Its in advance of any other route.
Kant Time Kast.
P:KsfMlrlV y xhu Bue Ko through to Kat.
IV-1--'1 ln ,rn polnta witUout any delav
canted by Sundav Intervening. The Sutnrdsv after
noon train from Cairo arrivea in new York Mondtv
uiorniu at vi.v,. Thirty ;x hours lu advance of
any other route.
VTFor tiirouch tbket- and further li:for:nut!on,
apply al Illluoi Centra! KaUroad Depot. Cairo.
TBAIXS AKKIVE AT CAIItO.
Kxpreia m ...: -:; m.
Accommodation y-vi p m
M 4:!0 a m!
J As. -lo.'iN.SuX. J. H. JONES,
(..-u. Mmtl.orn Agent. 1 icket Agent.
V . V. JOIiNS'jN.Oeu. l'a?LtiKvr Agent.
CAIRO, it ST. LOUIS R. R.
J-raWTturaj-r-M' Ha ir'
It. AV. SM1TI1KHS. Itweiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ibronirb Exp.vM K-avea Cairo
Tkrouirh Exprea arrivea ai E. St. Louia.
Through Exprea leave K. St Louia...,
- ' - - ........ J.it'y.Ui.
Mur)hyaboroaccocimodat:i)iileivuaCairo 1 : k p.m.
.V:iphyboro Acc. urrivea at Murphyaboro 7:'p m.
icror.L'tj fcxpress arrivea at Cairo.
..... ...w ,.i.v.u.i,.lp'oi jijr up uv,
MurriltrNt.nr., A.-- l..iQ U.i...l..........
MurphVaboro Ace. arrivea at Cairo......
. s: a.m.
TaeC-nlroAM I.oula !!all Koad la the on!v all
RaiiHoute between Cairo and St. Louia under one
management, thirefure ibea- are no delays at
W SV at Atlil:a awliti fit rnnn..i-tlfi fi..m a, hot-iini.ii
Cloae and t:re cni.ncitlou" at St. Louia with other
lines (or North, Eaat and Weat
J. A. NAl tiLE.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI K'y.
TIME TABLE OK I'ASSKNIiKIi TKAIN KHOM
VIXCKX.NES (No.1. 0,
No. -.' Dy Expss (Except Sua lay).... l:)np. ra
" t hpress ibii'ept Miuuay). 1 ::::. p. ia
" 1 Sitfht Express Da:l (" a. m
No. 5 Express (Except Mindav)
1 Day E:tir"" lExc-pt sutidav)
i Mtfai bxpress lUaiiy). 1 a. u.
. H. I'l.AHK. C. S. CliVK .Til
Ai:'ut Viurenaea. Gen. Ticket A't Cincinaa'.i
T. LOUIS, I.'M. ct S. IV y
Cairo Time Table.
Texas Express Daily M5p. m
Connects at Charleston for Columbus.
Texas Expreas fDaiiy a.
Aci omiiiodatlon Dally j T: W p.
OlUce and l'assenuer'Oepui No. V Ohio Levee.
J. C. ZIMMElt. Aen
u. AXTStx. invi:on Miveriu'endettt
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And Cuu Provo What wo Claim.
tST"Tbero ar uo failures aud no disappoint
metits. If you are trouliled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you cua bo easily aud quickly cured, as
hundreds have beeu already. We ahull ba pleased
to mail a sheet of testlinouiala tu any interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
A1PO II1IC Bli U1 HIS l'l LU1 IHU.-IIV-B". MU,-ll VUIIQU
Satlou and Dyepenala, promote Uiuestlon. relieve
istrcas from too hearty eaiiuj, correct Dlaordurs
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Kegulatu
the Dowels. They do all this by taklnir Just one
n.ll . m .t.x.... rri..,.. a.. ...I.ul .1.1.. .1..
. i .. ...... .n r ..... j f imi...j....u
llll lu I'm ai a uw.n . iuvj utv I'liiri, ii-uiauic:, mi
not sripo or purjr.0. anil are iia nearly perfect as
ll (u T.iiatfllilit fur rilll to lut. Prlci, V iiirli a. r.if
81. Sold hv ilriictflata everywhere or sent by mall .
CARTEK MEDICINE CO.. EHIE, PA.
TUfWOOA YEAR, or $H to
vi a uay in your ow n locality
Vii Tint U'lOiinn ilri u-ull
as men. Many mako more
than the amount stated
Hhnvn Xft nmt run r,1l In
BtdL.ii M.rt,n.,. uat A, iv nn. i..i.i .t tl... H'n.t. ".,n
can make from nuc to fi an hour by dovotlnx your
evenings and spare time to the business. It costs
uoiuuik; 10 try mu ousiuess. uuiuiui; iikii h lor
nionuy makliiiz ever offered before. Hualneas nleas-
aut and strictly honorable. Header, if you want to
know all aNitit the best puyttiK business before tbe
Ruhlt:, send us your address and we will serd you
ill particulars and private turms fiee;anmplea
worth (n also free; you cau theu make np your
mind foryourstMf. Addreti OEyROS STlNSUN
A CO, Portland, Jlaliie
rilclne, not drink,)
HOPS, BUCIIU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the i'urefct and Beat Medical Qualities of
all other Blttera.
All dlaea.ei of the Stomach, Bowula, Blood,
Liver, kidneys, and L'ulnary Ornan,, Nervous
nesa, Moepleeaneas aud especially Female Com
plaluts. $1000 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a case they will not euro flr help
or for anything impuie or injurious found lu
Akyour.I)ro.'lat Tor flop Hitters and try
them before you sLeep. Take no other.
Ilor Cot-oil Vcm la tha sweeteat, jafegt and
beat. Aak Children.
The Hoi- Fad lor Stomach. Liver and Kidneys
la superior to all others. Aak Drugjiats.
D. I. C,ls an absolute and Irrcsiatable cure for
drunkenne-a.uaa if npitjm. tobacco and nar
cotics. Send for circular.
All above sold by drujitrlata.
Hop Blttera Manufacturlni.' Co.. Bocbcater, N. V.
THE DAILY BII.I.FTIX.
The Daily Bulletin.
Fy Carrier, 2c Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
BIO Per Year, SIO
If pail Yearly or Somi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 4S Column S Page Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
To CLUBS of FIVE or MORE,
1..0 pur Year.
13LAXK HOOK WORK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
Estimates furuiubeJ nnd orders from
abroad promptly atti-mk-il to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Slwet.
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Lading, Show
Cards, Business Cards, lull
and Wadding- Invitations, Book Work,
Kte.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On An il nfitir Mni1 it v .Til,, n 1 1t Ihn ...HI
tho follow Iuk trips:
Ltum Liaras nt
Foot ypurth at. Missouri Land'R. Kentucky I.d'R.
l a. u.
S p. m,
i , in.
) p. m.
H:f) 0. m.
liirM a. m.
t!: IO p. ui.
si :30 n.m
s p. m.
6 p. ai.
J p. m
Compound Syrup of
HYPOPIIOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIN HEWKnv t.'it(
CONGESTION OP THE LU.NGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND BERMAXRV rr.Y rrnRs
Conaestlon of the Lunss, ItroarhlUa. Consump-
noi iu-rvous rrostrution, Shortness or Breath,
ralitlUtlon if tbe Heart, TrmnWIng of the
Humla anil LlmlM, I'lijalcal ami Mental Piprca
ilon, Losa of Appetite. Lois of Energy. Urn of
Memory. It will nuiiillv improve tlie weaklier
Innct.onx and organs of tbe body, w hich depend
f'r benlth upon voluntury senii-Toliintary nnd
Involuntary nervous nctlun.
It acta with vlpr, gentleness and subtlety, owinir
to the exouiaite harmony of its luifredb-nta. akin
to jmre blood Itai.lf. lta taale pleasant, and it ef
D KB I LIT V.
,, . St. John, N. li.
Jlr. James I. I-ellows, Chemist, St. John. N. H
llt.MrHip- II i vln. i. ........ t
of Hypopboapbitcs foraorae time in my practice. I
h.VI. HA lw.jlfull..n It. . .. ..li..-.. '
..... u....rau , iraimniiiiBii io my pa
tient who are sufferinir from ireneral debility, or
anv lti...iiyi. nt l.u lti..nJ 7
, ,uSr,, miunuiK mm, even q
cajea utterly hopeleaa. ituTonl relief.
i uiu, air, joura iru.y. ll.li. AD!)1 , M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lo" of apr"tlte. rwHi'a. howl's cn-tlve.
Ii-ailwirhn limi aiTTTtToiTiT-"
I'Mii uiu-ttT) a
nfli-r e it
iiii a dT-ni-;.iiiii;iiiu to hitiuii,
oi ImmU- or
I'-inp-r. low HiMrila, 1om nf
m.Mpury. wnn n leemm I Imvin.' n..
i ' I 1 1 1 sum
dot ni'i'iir.- t rj'-
V e i i w kin. li.-iiiim hi-, rem
U-atie ' ul li in ni . lilL'llly niinr
If tliese w;irnlir.N are uulieed.-il. serious dUeases
" iu "ooii lie ueveiopetl.
Tl'TT'S TILTi'Sare caneiallv a lamed tn .art,
caaea. un-ido-'eeftiCtasiicUa chan-e of feellni; as
I ii (Isatiart i ah lint nitl'.i... n
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr. Tatt : De.ir Sir; Por tun ywt I Unvo been a
iriArivr f. ilfsm.tndix injii.,uiin .... j n . .
Last Hpriu your pill wero recommended; I uoed
. .vu. a. am wtn a w;u UIUQ, HVC H JfOoa tt.tUe
lift, tl Itri'Jtitni rw.rf.nt -a tnL. .niJ J .
and Uavcirained forty pounds of flesh. The arc
KEV. it. L SlilPSOX, Louisville, Ky.
They Increase tje apaetlte, and cause the body
to take ou tl.ish. tins ih j system la nourished, anil
... limit iiuu oil lueaiR.-sttvo oruans. reu
iar stools are produced, l'rlce i!5 cuts. 33 Slur
CUCl'l, . I .
T UTTS HAIR DYE
.Gray hair or whlakers chatuod to a eloiav Mark
.Vi.n.1,, -T appUca.,l0Q of It Inipnrtsa
natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold hv druL'-
n . w. . UJ i'irssvu rueeipi in fi.
Office. 35 Murray Street, Kew York.
Ci OR GOUT
.! T I?V ' I T1 V
Mauufaclured only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
Imtnt'tllfttti ivlll'f U'rtPPrtfltiM Pi-mu n.it.t .ii. .a
n ......... . v " "viueni IT Hern UJ Oil IVIKIlrl'
tiil Pnvrfli'l ttia tf Ruttaitu ..iv,l A A.. v.. -
MapU:, iUrinlfn and Kolublu Remedy ou both
nallitin.iattj Thu 1.1..V. ... l Jl....l a 1 m
ran reyort euro out oHim caii within throe
duye. 8e(ret TUeouly dtoMolverof the poUooout
- ... . ..1 vr lu m mimu ui 1ujru111.11 i,
and Gouty Patients. $1 a bin; It boxes for $V
ceui io liny amireas ou recelin or price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all initials. Addreaa
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot Sli Broadway, N, Y.
Por Sale tie RAKCI.AV RUnu .,a n ..i...
" - - - U.IVI'., A.III11K1PIB
J. T. WABREX & CO.
t& 06 W. Second St.
Forelxu and Domestic dried and cauued Frulls aud
Voifetuhlcs. Civnucd, dried aud salt Fish. Pick
lea, Siiuccs, Oils and Condliaents. Soup
Huffs Buklutf Powders, (jrotintl aud
whole Spices, Toilet and laundry
Hoaps, Sued, Jellies, Preserves
Taney Groceries and (Iro
Stock unparalleled In the" Weat.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANUEL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Cuicaoo, Juno 4, 10:00 m.
Wheat-Juno, l 02; July, 98J4'c.
Pork JuIy.HO ajj; August, 10 4i.
Corn-June, C3i ; July, 'M.
Oats -June, 30s'; July. 23 ,'.
Liveiu)ol, Juno 4, 2:00 r. u.
Wheat Small business at lower prices
Winter, 10s10a 3J; Spring, 9s 5J9s Od;
California average, Oa 3d10; California
Club, IOsOIOs Cd. C.rn-aull-4s 8l.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE C0XVEXTIOX SECOND DAY.
Chicago, June 3. The crowds and iama
in the hotels were somewhat less this morn
ing, as the rush fur tickets was abated ow.
ing to the general distribution yesterday!
The Exhibition hall is estimated to scat
mnety.eight hundred people, but as there
are ten times that amount who want to et
in it may be easily imagined that there are
many enraged and disappointed men. On
my wuy to tho hall I met a knot of busi
ness men mingling their -criticisms or
grievances together. '-It is a nice idea,"
said one of them; "we subscribed 3.000
and our firm lias only had a few tickets."
it is the old story that I heard so Dower-
fully told in St. Louis at the convention ot
Wednesday night was a restless one.
The city w.ts feverish and disquieted, and
shouts and noises filled the air until the
gray of dawn. The trutli respecting the
Grant caucus Altered through the town by
midnight. It was known that Conkliug
had freely admitted that Grant had only
about 'o00 vote?; that the only chance of
success was holding and waiting for devel
opments. This made the Blaine men howl
with delight, which was exilted to cstacy
when they learned the favorable action of
the committee respecting contested seats.
It is a beautiful sunny morning, and the
political reveille nags through the city.
The claus gather fast and furious and tor
rents of uieu stream towards the conven
tion hall. The floors and galleries beiLg
all frame work, the iucoming of the multi
tude roars like subdued thunder, above
which the baud music floats feebly. There
is the usual struggling for seats, tho same
restless intermedling multitude, and it is a
long time before the audience are seated.
The delegations are in their places at last,
and some kind of
ORDER RISES OCT OP Cn.VJS.
President Hoar and the secretaries are in
their places. The leaders are at the bead
of their forces and the battle opens with a
whack of tho gavel and the sound of a
prayer. A Presbyterian minister of Chica
go. Rev. Mr. Noble. wa3 tliH r.ler.fvman
and his prayer was simple, earnest and free
from politics. We had an incident at the
opening of business similar to that of yes
terday. As Conkliug sailed uo the central
aisle he was greeted by a perfect ovation of
applause. He is so tall that his shapely
head shows above the thron?. The hand
some face aud white beard, trimmed to a
point, naturally attracts all ryes. He smiles
suavely as lie.advances, takes his seat with
n Ililni.liiiT.wif nLiAli-luM nim TM... ...
uuu1.11u11.111, lunu'-ii-m rt.i , 1 11c aj).u.ar-
uuce of Garfield was also a signal for swnc
stamping and cheering.
That reut this Republican body have uot
exploded violently yet, but thev break out
sharply even in trival matters. To-day the
convention had hardly progressed ten min
utes before an interesting row arose, about a
small matter truly, but showing the spirit
that prevails and furnishiu g a clue to the
strength of tho rival tactions. The presi
dent pro tern., Mr. Huar, stated that the
committee on credentials were uot ready to
report, und probably would not be until 4
o'clock. Mr. Conkliug, the acknowledged
rhetorical exponent of the Grint wing, im
mediately arose. lie said the information
iu his part of the hall was the same, and
as no business of imnortuuee could be
transacted in advance of the report of that
committee, ho would suggest a recess until
0 o'clock in the eveniuir. Hale of Maine
objected. Tho Blaine men think it their
duty to , right auything favored by
Conkliug. He said the convention was
ready for work and that at the last conven
tion 1S.0, business had been proceeded
with iu advance of the report of tho com
mittee ou credentials. Ho made quite a
long speech iu support of the right of the
convention to proceed. His voice is rough
and hoarse, and ho was not well heard,
Conkliug expressed surorise that his inno-
cent motion should have drawn forth so
eloquent a speech, and, in pressing his mo
tion, made a satrical allusiou to Maine be-
ng a land tho chief production of which
was orators. Hale did not attcniDt to
cross swords with the ironical Now York
er. Ho again opposed tho motion and Mid
in conclusion, that if the gentleman from
Now ork was disposed to bo awapish and
irritable this morning the convention prob
ably know the reason why. Tbis etinging
allusion to the waning fortuno of the em
peror was received - ;; '
WITH A TltCNDEKIMO HO Alt
By the galleries. Both speakers had re
peatedly been interrupted by applause, but
on every occasion the uproar was largely
on the side of the anti-Grantites. They '
ma le very much tho most noise, if that i '
any sign of sucea . The Blaine men took
great comfort in this, but it must be recol-
lected that they were so fas acting with tho .,
whole faction. There was further debar ,i;
and, Conkling still insisted on his motion,
it was finally put to a vote and lost. This- '
was the last vote of a significant character. ?
The matter involved was not important, but V
the motion was urged and opposed by two
recognized leaders. I rather think Conk
ling surc'.y urged it, because, while the
matter was trival, the vote enabled him t '
guage the feeling of tho convention and
established him as the central figure of the '
Fryo of Maine next called up the report
of the committee on rules and order of ;
business. Gen. Sharne of New York said
he had been directed to prepare a minority'
report representing nine states, and that the '
committee had agreed that tho majority re
port should not be submitted until the com- '
mitteo on contested seats had reported. .
Frye said the chairman was present anil
lie would like to hear his version of the
agreement. This called un Garfield. wh . -
was received with a storm of cheers. Ho
corro'wated the statement of Gen. Sharper
but said of course the committee could be
instructed to report by the convention. It
was evident to force the report would be to
do a rather mean thing. There was 1 little
hesitation but finally Frve withdrew.
the motion, and as there was evi
dently no further business to be proceeded
with, Frye moved a recess until five o'clock. '
This gave Conkliug a chance for a glittur- ,''
ing point and he made use of it. Itwaa
scarce au hour before that Hale of Maine
had opposed a similar motion when offered
by him. He referred to the fact and ironi
cally congratulated the gentleman from
Maine in discovering the necessity of the
action which awhile ntro he thought a.
HAD NOTHING TO SAY,
And Frye did the best he could bv remark- .
ing to the effect that he hound t!m rwnrln.
man from New York would be able to con- .;:
gratulate the men from Maine with equal
sincerity at the close of the convention.
The motiou, of course, prevailed, and the
convention took a recess until 5 o'clock.
THUEATEXED OUTBREAK BY THE NAYAJOU8
De.nveu, Col., June 2. The Tribune's
Santa Fe special says: A special from Las ,
Vegas states that M. A. Otera, president of
the New Mexico and Southern railroad, Las
received what is considered reliable infor
mation, that the Navajoes and Utes had a
grand pow-wow near Terra Armillo, N.'M.,
iiud it is understood the , result'
of the council was to mako
war iu common against the whites. If
true, this is very important information
and should be sent at once to Meruavimer
reservation and the Ute country, and al
though Col. Buell with four companies of '
the Fifteenth cavalry and. some other
troops are marching to Fort Wingate,
which is almost in the center of the Navajo
reservation, still his force is entirely to :
small to prevent the outbreak. The Nav.
joes are rich in cattle, horses and sheep,.
and could place at least six hundred men
in the field.
An old colored minister in a sermon on
hell, pictured it as a region of ice and
suow, where the damued froze throughout
eternity. When privatelv asked what hia
object was in representing Gehenna in this
way. lie said. "I don't d;ire toll ii.m nnnln
nuffin else. Why. if I was to sav boll waa
warm, some ob detn old rheuiatic niggaha
would be wantioi? to start I
bery fust frost."
Edwin Booth in Hiiki'matkm P.Iuiin
Booth suffers terribly sometimes from rheu- .
matism, and if he were uot one of the most
amiable of mortals. wonKF. ilimhrina in.
dulgu in vigorous Anglo-Saxon, expletives.
uo lasts reiuge, nowuver, m a well-smoked
corncob nine when tho attuelc ia nn him
using no other medical treatment than a
preparation originally tested by his brother-in-law.
J. H. MilL'oniirlB. Tlik nrt'nnlu him
almost iuataut relief, and in placo of in
dulging iu profanity when the ihcumatwm
nips him. he rails for nil
Iodide Ammonia, which lie buys by the
Kmiuii. uues mis cure3 Erysipelas, pout
by alt dri:mris8. Bond for nhmnnht.-
IV. Giles, 120 West Broadway, N. Y.
inui sizh cents, uarclay uros., Agents.
GAMP. PlAYlcn Foil Th "l?.iniil.lw.n
Omaha, Nebraska, says: "In the gamaof
lite the 'stake' nlavcd for is health wlrh
and happiness. Each of theso can be ob
tained by tho use of Warner's Safe Kidney
aud Liver Cure, Warner's Safe Diabete
Cure. Warner's Safe Pills, Bitters, Nervine
Physicians freely prescribe the new
food medicine, "Malt Bitters," "because
more nourishing, strengthening, and purl
tying than all other forms of malt or medi
cine, wliiltf free from the objection urged
against malt liquors. , .
Any one can take Cartor's Little Liver
Pills, they are so very small. No trouble
to s wallo w. No pain or griping fter tak
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