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THE DAILY CAIRO ; BULLET!
or the lending biiwiuuM bouses whose advertise
ment may be found In Tin liuu.aTiM .
C. O. Patler 1 Co., Commercial avcuus and Nine
i. I). Williamson A Co.
ociim & Broderlck, Wash. Ave , cor. Eighth,
'i, .). O'Loiigniin, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Ir. J. 11. Marean; ofilrc, Itij Commercial avenue.
Dr. W.C. Jooelyn, Eighth near Commercial.
lit. E. W. Wbltlotk, IMi Commercial avenue.
Kolit. Smyth, No.tWOhlo levee.
II. II. Caudce. No. ?0Olilii levee dm utairsl.
Eoultable Life, of New York, corner TweKlll and
Widow, and Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Lomm rcial avenue.
DKVOUISTS-WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL,
lieu. 1' O'llura, Eighteenth aud Commercial.
Alexander Cnnr.ty liana. Stb and Commercial.
Uy National, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three State.
Judo Sprout, comer Twelfth anil Levee-.
ii ('. Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
r EN ERA L DF.LIVHKY open .::w a. m.j closes
v.i 6::i 'p u..; Sunday: 9 to K a. m.
Money Order Department open ut 8 a. a.; closes
a' p. m.
Throiirfii Express MafU via IUlnoi Central l.V)
jKis.lcniit.l Central Railroads close at p. m.
fair-; atd Poplar Bluff Through aud Way Mall
:. ai 1 ii. m.
W ay Mill via Iillnni Central. Cairo and Yin-
c- iii.i auu Mir..f?.iipl Cenlrul Railroad close at
:!.. p. si.
Way Va.l for Narrow CiUjjo RUlroad closes at
i-.rl .. rr..
Cv.raar.il Evrwivl'.le Riter f. )Olc dose at 2 30
p. m. di'.iy (excepl Friday).
Mayor-N. B. TbiVtiew.M-4.
Treasurer Edward Dt-aouU.
I'lerk-Deuni. J, Foley.
(Uneior--Win. B Gilbert.
Marbai -.)..' l.nllue.
rak:i r AU'EKXt
First Wir l-M .1. Howlev
fcc.ood Ward-David T. Llttejar. C. K. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Funrtft Ward-Chrle u. l'ariur. Jm- KynaMoc
Ktflb Wanl-T. W. llallidjiy. ErneM B. l'tttit.
County Offifcrs. .
Circuit Jr.di'-D. J Biker.
Circuit Cletk-J. A. !('u.
Cuuntv Jnd K f - Yocura.
t oiintV Clerk h. J H'inim.
County Aiturn-y-W. C. Mulky
1'onniv Trt'uurer Mile W. I'rker.
Corumr-h. Titi.-ra.c .... . ,
County Coinniis'.o!.er-i. S . Ha'.llday, A.
V. HIM. nin. 1 llrlU-v.
M. E Fiiurte-.ntti atrv;. tx-tween
iV Wa.r.ut and Celar itreett; ervlce tjabbatn 11
a. m. anu T:fi p. m.; ?unuay rcuuui i i. ui.
-Elhtetnth o'reet: meeting Sab
bath lU::wp. tu.; pn-acblui! occ4nlona..y.
C-MIWU OK TIIE KEDEEMEK (EpUcopal)
J Fourteet'tli alrvet; buadav Mortilng prayer
1)1) a. m.; cveulcs prayer. i:3u p. ru.: Sunday
cUool S . U a. tri. Friday evening prayer T: ' p. in.
-IMIiST MISSIONARY HAITIST CUrKCH.
I l'n-aclilna at a m., :t p. m.. an... 7:.ki p. m.
b')lairj atliool at nt. Kev. T. J. hore,
V ik tor.
f VTII E 1 A N Tli I r' ""en t h .treet:
Her. 1j batb !: a. ci.; tui.i.ny
h.iol i! p. tn.
H f KTUDliIST
tor. Eltrbth and Walnut street;
11 Preacblng MRth In:
a. m. ami i v. m. :
prayer meef ntf
Wednesday 7 p. tn.; Sunday
cbool. a. ru. lit t. Wlilttaker, pastor.
1HESBYTEl:iAN -Elu'litb treet: preachlnc on
Sabbatb at a. tn. and 7:p. m.; prayer
ncetiutf Wedncdttv at 7::'.0p. m.: Sunday chooI
at 3 p. tu. Hev. Ii. . lieor.v, patur.
CECOND FKEE WII.L r.AITIST - Frftccttb
iptreet. between W alnut and Cedar ttvet; scr-
nce Sabbath at S and 7:M p. m.
CT. JOSEPH'S (Kotnnn Catholic) Orncr Cm
CJ and Walnut n'reetn; irviia sa'ibath w:.ma
tn. ; Sunday chixil at . p. in.
Tice every day at S p. m.
, Vespers i p. tn.; er
CT. PATRICK'S iRoman Caihollc) Corner Nlmh
0 etreet and Wa.bii'irPitt avenue; ervtu!i Sab
tm'h Sand in a m.; Yeayrri i p. in.; S .in day S:ho.il
S v- ; service, even- day itt s p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
T II. MAKEAN, M. I).,
Hoinoopithic riiysiciun and Sur?eon.
Office 140 ti, Atnercial avenue., Ri'sldenoe corner
Fourteenth St. aud Wrwhintlm avenue, Cairo.
E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrnoR No. l:W Commercial
Eighth and Ninth Street
jyK. W. C. JOCELYN,
D E N T I T .
OFFICE Eighth Street, neiirommercial Avenue.
1'ROPKIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Derer in Ice.
TCE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SUIPPINO.
Car Loads a Speeialtv.
O FPU 013:
Cor. Tweli'tli Street and Leyee,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicaaro.
The Only Line Eutminsr Two Diiily
Trains From Cairo. Makimr Dl
KECT COSXKCTION with
K ASTERN LINES.
Tiuin 1.e?b C'Aittn:
Arrlvlii!? In St. LonU: a.m.: Cbica.',.H::l) p.m. ;
Couuectinx at Odin and Eifinirhaw for CiuciU'
natl. Loulmlile. ludiunapol: utd point Ea.t.
11:15 M.m. 8t. Louis aWl WVstPrn
Connfrt!a;at bt Loula for a!! point Went.
Ht'JO i.in. h'tmt Kxprius.
Fur St Lor.ie and Ch'.cipo. arrlvlaj at St. Lotila
lu:13 p ru., and Chicago 7:i''a m.
3:yo p tn. C.'lnt limrtti Kxprosst,
Arrivin; at Cincinnati 7:!5 am.; Eoumville T:3i
a m.; Itiriiaiiap,,!i. 4 .iai a.m. Pac-ert'em by
tht. t'air. reach Die above points 1 y to ,'Jt)
Uol'liS in advance of any cither rottta.
J'ast Time Kast.
lilt:'!in'iiiv h-v sotbrnngh to Kant,
x ii.-'.-'v. til t n ern jiuiuta without any dclav
cained bv bnnday luterveniu.'. The Saturda'- afief
noon train from Cairo arrive in tew York Mundav
mornlUL'at pi:!-). Thirty iiix hoursln advaiceo'f
ai:y other route,
i"F'r throusth tick.', md further inf.'rtfitior,,
ai p.f M lilluoi c ei.tral P.ai'roud Depit. (. a'ro
TRAINS AK1I1VE AT CAIRO.
r-xpri'M :. .';!-) ii rr:
Acrutnmouat:tiCt 'i:M p m
4: :j a m
JAs. .It iIN SON. J. n. .JONES.
Orrn. ont!i"rn Ai'.'St. T irk'.'t A 4-; r: t
V . V. JOHNS' N,Oi;a. Fa-ucairer ALt
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R
JI. W. SMITH I-UtS. Keoeiver
SHOllTEST SHORT LINE RETTCEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihfontrb Kipre!i leave. Cairo !':! m
TkrongU Exprea arrive, at E. St I..n:.. 5:45 p. ru
Tnrouirh trsnin It jve. 2. St Loo s-ui.m
Tbrongi) Expre. arrive, at Cairo 5:!ip.tu
. nri'riy'Kru&ccomciou,it ton leave. Latro 1 :r p.tc
MU'Pavor.ortj Acc. arrive.-at Murohv.buro 7:S: n a
j. ufjiny.'.-jro acc. leave. .nurpnyeuoiO. .. v.'a.ni
Murphysboro Acc arrive, at Ca:K :iZ a m
if w ' -. , w . ' . - "
The Cairo A St Lonl.K iil Hr-arl the rm:v all
RailRnnte between Cairo and St. Lout nnderote
toanagmebt. therefore there are no delay"
w ay station, aw amnsf crnni-otions from other una
Ciueand cure connection, at St. Louis with other
lint for North, Eat and Wet
L. M. JOHNSON.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'v
TIME TABLE OK rA"-KXi.KU TItAtNS KI'.OM
vixrENNE (No.-. 30, IsTi).)
No. S Day hspre" ihxn'pt ':n lay) ...l.f'p.m
n tpri' i txcept Mi'iday) ! : p. ni
4 Ni.'ht Exprci (Daiiv)' tj :!. a, m
WK .TWA III).
No. 5 Exprc (Except Sund.iy)
. :a. tfc
. S:N) p. m
. 1 :' a. m
" l Day fcxttru bxr-pt nadv....
:i Nijjht Expren. vUa'.fy). .
R. Ct.AiiK. C. S. Cosb. J:i
Aitont Vi'.ictnnov O-n Ticket A't Citsclcaati
QICK HEADACHE !
Wo Mt'iiii Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And Can Prove What we Claim.
fcSThero ar-- no failure and no disappoint
menis If vim are ir.iubled wit'j SU'Iv II K AD.
ACHE u can be coshy and nuickly cured, as
hundreds have beeu alrcacy. v siiall ba pleased
to mall a sheet of testimonial to unv Interested.
Carters Little Liver Pill?
Also cure all form of Billon -iness. prevent Conatl
SaMon and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
istress from too lieartv entitu;. correct Disordem
ol the Stnmacli. Stlinulale the Liver, and Regulate
the Bowel. They do all this by takin Just one
little pill at a dose. They are pur-fly vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, ami are a nearly perfect a.
It Is possible for a pill to be. Price tfj certs, R far
81, solil by rtrugglrit everywhere or sent by mall
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE, t'A.
DT A TfiQ 8,M 10 "0 fwifh stool, cover
I I hlli JiJ "o book). All strictly Brst-clasa
aud sold at wholesale factorv
price. These planoa made one of the tlnmt dis
play at the centennial exhibition, and were nnan
imously recommended or the highest bouors. The
square urancie contain iiainiiebeka new duplex
overirung cule, the greatest improvement in the
history of piano making. The upright are the
tlnest In America
America. Catalogue of 4S uaue mailed
JCBILEE ORGANS, the best in tho world. An
H top orjan only fij.1; 1:1 top, $:i7 with all the
latest nnU beat improvement, possessiug power
depth, brilliancy and vmoathctlc quality of tone.
Beautiful solo etlects and perfect top action.
Solid walnut case ol beautllnl design and elegant
ilnlsti. Circular free. All Piano and Oriran sent
on 1ft da)' teat trinl-frelght free If unsatisfactory.
uun i iu wriie H. nc- 1 1 11 f a 'M
fore buylim. Poitlvelv we I IKItA
offer tho best bargain, Fae--" KJ
totv and '.i-im onms. RTIIi Htn.et nml TnuMi .enmi.t
SHEET MUSIC a-i,
choice pieces lent for 3c atamp. Address,
MeudolssoliH Piano Co., Box 20-58, K, Y.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 9, 1880.
If you are a man of iiunlueua, weakened by tc
uraiu of your dutlea, avoid atimulauta and tako
If you am a man of letter, tolling over your mid
night work, to reutorc brain and nerve waaie, take
If you are young, and luileriuj from any Indiscre
tion or dlaaipatiou, tako
If yu are married or slnirlu, old or young, lulTer
iuif frjtn poor health or lauicutablUK on
a bed of alckneiD, take.
Vi boever you are, wherever you are, whenever yon
leel. bat your (yateni need cleaning, toning
or atliuulating, without lutoxlcatlug, tako
Have yon dy.pepsla, kidney or urinary i omplaliil,
tileae of the atomacb, bowel, blood, liver, or
nerve. ? You will be cured ifyou take
II you are nlmply alllug, are weak and low r plrltod,
try it! Buy It keep It. laalit upon it.
Your druirglut keep. it.
It nmv a.ive jour lite. It lm s;ied Ifundi wU.
TIIE DAILY Bl'LLETIX.
The Daily Bulletin.
By Carrier, 2oc Per Week
COLLECTED V"EEKLY, or
81Q Per Year. 810
If j.ni'1 Yearly nr S.tni-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column S Pai?e Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
82.00 iMSrreS?2. 00
To C'LVDS of FIVE or MORE,
ft. SO jht Year.
Tn e H ulleti y B ixde r 1
BLANK HOOK WORK
Of all Kind..
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A.11 Kinds of Job Work
Estimates famished and orders from
abroad promptly attendeJ'to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Ouarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, iu Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Dill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Ladimf, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
aud Weddiuif Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
vu nuunuei i-iuimnj. m uuu Ull aUU Until KirtUer
notice ttte ferryboat will make trips a follow:
LtUVB. LKATBS MAVIS
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. KeutuckyLd'g.
T:S0 a. m.
11:') a. tn.
i-:M p. m.
s a. m.
Id a. tu.
4 p. m.
7 p m.
11:00 a. u.
Compound Syrup of
HYPOPJIOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION OFjTHK LUNGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
Congestion of (he Lungs, .L'roncliltls.Consumi).
lion, Nervotw Prostration. Nhortneia of Breath.
Palpitation ut thu Heart, Trembling of tho
Hands and Limits, Physical and MenUl Depres
sion, Low of Appetite. Lo.ss of Energy. Loss of
Memory. It will raphllr improve the weakness
Itiuctlotw and organs of the body, which depend
f"r health upon voluntary scml-voluntary and
Involuntary nervous action.
It acta with vlfor. gentleucf and subtlety, owing
to the exuiisltii harmony of it Ingredients, akin
to pure blood tt.eir. It taste pleasant, and it ef
, , ,, St. John, N. Ii.
Mr James I. Fellows, Chemist, St. John. N. b
war Dir. saving useu your I ompouud Syrup
"f ilypopbosfhite fororae time In my practice, I
have no hesitation In recommendiLL' It to mv
numgit to my pa
L'eneral debllirv. 1.1
tleut.whoar suffering from general debility, or
any disease of the lungs, knowing that, even lu
uuy ii.pi.-j"i: in mu lungs, Knowilll
cae utterly bopele.s, it affords rel
I am. sir, your truly, 11. 0. ADDY", M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
symptoms of a
i.q". frapp-":tf. nvt."i. bowels ro.tlvp. p-iln In
"ii'iitiult Mi I:
11 II li'le
ii.,-. n :i a
i'jiiiioii to eer:mn
ti.iL-i. I rr; r ,i -. It v ol tern;
memory. :l;i .1 le..-
itterin ei tue
-iiill. llea-lseh '
-lie--, h; i -:;i. init:i:v
If these warului aretmlieeled, serl.ius tllseases
will soon tie ilevi'ltipeu.
Tl'TF'S PILL'S are esp'-cia'lv alspted to such
t. wi diw rTe.;U such a chaiigc of feclics as
lua.iomeu i.ie unerer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr 1 att:I)eir Sir: For ten year I have been a
martyr to dyueptj. con'tWatiou and uile.
Last spring your pill were recommended; I used
iiiem. t a:a now a wo.i tnati, nave a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, piles goue.
ana have gamed forty pound of tlesh. They are
woim i;irir wi ii;ni in com.
REV. E. LI SIMPSON. Louisville, Ky
They iucn . i'e the apsetlte. and citiso the body
totaae ou ri 'ti. thus the system Is nourished, aud
by their tonic action oa the digestive organs, rcni.
i'i siou.s n:r prouueea. rrtco g3 cuts, 3i .Mur
ray street, . i.
TUTTS HAIR. DYE
Gray ha'r or whisker change ! to a glossy black
by a single application of this dye, It Imparts a
natural color, a t instantaneously, sold by drug
cist, or sent bvextires on roclnt nf t
Ortiee. 85 Murray Street, New York.
OR GOUT 1
acutl' OR CHRONIC 1
Maaufacttired only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OFPARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
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Staple, Harmless aud Reliable Remedy on both
coutlueut. The highest Medical Academy of
Pans reports H cures out of 100 case within three
day. Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous
I'ric Acid which exists in tbo Illood of Rheumatic
uud Goiny Patients, fl a box; tt boxes for $:.
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Solit by all Druggist. Address
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot 412 Uroadwaj, N, Y.
For Sale by RAUCLAY BROS., and Drtiuglsts
J. T. WARREN & CO.
GU 6GW. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and caunod Eruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Pisb. Pick
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stuffs, Raking Powder, gronud ami
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
cers' Sundries. '
Stock unparalleled In the West.
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NEW YORK OKA IN.
York, June 8, 12:30 p. m.-
Whoat irrcsular No. 2 Chicago, fl 13
I 20; No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 30121;
Red Winter, 1 27Q1 ;J0; No. 2 Red
Winter, fl 33. Corn -quiet-No. 2,
Liverpool, June 8, 2:00 p. it.
Wheat firm- Winter, IOsQIOs ; Spring
08 OJigOs Od; California average, 0a3
California Club, 10s10s Cd.Corn Ai 10d.
Cuicaoo, June 8, 10:00 r.
Wheat-June, fl 02; July, Olc;
Pork-July, 10 33f; August, 10 43.
Corn-June, 8fl37; July, 30.; Au-
August, 37 Jj';
Oat3-June, 3t ; July, 29.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago, June 7. The populace is now,
at 10 o'clock a. ui., pouring m and tilling
the ample spaces of the vast hall, and the
noise is like the roar of the ocean after a
storm. There is upon the faces of many of
the delegates a careworn and 6tolid expres
sion which plainly shows that yesterday's
Sabbath was not a day of rest to them.
There are more ladies in the galleries than
on former occasions. A band at tjie far end
of the hall is discoursing martial airs. The
morning's rumors are that the Grant men
are goiny; to make a combination with the
Sherman men or with the Edmunds vote,
but I have no' confidence in any of those
stories, nor could I ascertain any satisfac
tory evidence respecting the ( ade. The
Grant faction w'.ll go in with a strong, re
liable vote of about three hundred and
their chances of success depend upon hold
ing firmly together. The heart of Conkling
must at this moment dilate with pride, for,
as he enters the hall, a roar of applause
rises and swel's ?nd is prolonged in every
portion of the vast auditory. He docs not
look confident; li's face werrs a fierce, anx-
10U9 ana defiant expression, aud
THE HAVEL SOUNDS
and a VOICO from Dip atnn.l m li.mr l .JK.,
- ....... ... .ui. v......,
I lie convention will be in order: Gentle
men standing will please tako their seats."
The Rev. Mr. Everest of Chicago offers a
brief an.l fitting invocation to the Throne
of Grace. The sergeant-at-arms 'announces
that all railroad oud steamboat lines have
extended their excursion tickets for twen
ty-four hours after the adjournment of the
convention. Two sect tons of the platform
nuupieu cm oaiuruay are read to correct a
misapprehension. Mr. Hale of Maine
moves that we now proceed to ballot, and
Conkling of New Y'ork seconds the motion.
The president makes a fitf'vr speech, im
ploring that this important proceeding be
conducted with order nod diguit-, accord
ing to the rules. The motion is unanimous
ly adopted. Tho chair directs the secre
tary to read for the information of the con
vention that of tho rules which regulates
the balloting and which abolishes the unit
At last we have got to a ballot after over
a week of wearying excitement and bustle.
The clerk b.-gius the long-wished for work
and the roll is started Ly the calling of
"Alabama." When this call begins tho
first noticeable thing is the breaks in the
instructed delegations, showing how truly
it is that instructions do not always in
struct. Breaches appear in Alabama, Ken
tucky and Missouri. When New York is
reached, the astute Conkling rises aud re
quests that the roll of the New York dele-
gates be culled, for though he is instructed
by the convention, which appoints the dele
gation, to cast the vote of tho eatirS dele
gation fur Ulysses S. Gruut, yet he is in
formed that some of the delegates desire
to vote for other candidates. His real ob
ject Is to get an uudisputable record ou the
apostate delegates. The fact that 51 votes
are cast for Grant and but 19 for other can
didates shows that
SOME EFFECTIVE WORK
has been done ou the machiue since the
votes of last week. When the vote of West
Virginia is reached there is some difficulty
wliich the chairman of that delegation de
sires to explain, but this is not permitted
tinder tho rules, and but nine votes are re
corded from that state ono for Grant aud
eight for Blaine. Great credit must bo ac
corded to the convention tor the orderly
conduct of delegates and, what is better,
tho vast audience duriug tho ballot. .
The first ten ballots were takeu without
an iucidcut of any special importance.
Conkling's measured announcements of the
vote of New York began to be imitated by
Campbell, of West Virginia, and excited
some laughter. The stately New Yorker,
towever, was qulto undisturbed, but modi
fied his form of announcement so as to
imply make the peculiarity be la the In
flexion of tho voice Being in this quite
NEW SERIES NO. 299.
inimitable, tho badinage on the part of the
West Virginian was abandoned. Garfleul't !
name was injected into the ballot by Peon- j
sylvania, and Hayes' name by Virginia. j
The design was obviously either to iatio- s. 1
duce a possible dark horse or to pay an
empty compliment. '
Oa the fifteenth ballot Grant ran up to
309, and Blaine fell to 231. The next bal-
lot the balance again changed; Grant fell
back to 308 and Blaine advanced 383. AY
delegate here again moved a recesa, which '? :v
was put and rejected by a storm of noea. - :
On the seventeenth ballot there were'ooljr
fifty votes announced by New York for .
Grant, and seventeen for Blaine. Thiswaia "
LOSS OP ONE .
from Conkling's own force and tho Blaine ;
men yelled. One vote on this ballot was
thrown for Davis, of Texas. Tbo total re- ,
dueed Grant's vote to 003. Thia was the
lowest vote yet, and the Grant men looked
disturbed and anxious. On the eighteenth ! , '!
ballot New York voted for Grant again.
Gen. Sharpe rose and questioned the cor-: Y
rectness of the vote and called for the roll . .
of the delegation. This was granted and ' ''; 1
resulted us follows : Grant 50, Blaine 18, '
Mierman, 2. The call was proceeded with
prefaced by a roar from the Blaine men. At : -:
the close of this ballot a recess was again ' r
called for and put by the chair. The vote 'V;
was about even, but it was declared carried. '
and the convention adjourned until 7 - '
o'clock in the evening.
The close balloting between Grant and j
Blaine duriug the afternoon excitejd much.
interest in the city. The hour approached
for the reassembling. A contused tonent . ' i
of human beings poured through the
streets for the convention hall. Tickets l ,
were at a premium, and there were a good
matjy of them for sale. It is said many of : -
the colored delegates sold the few they ob
tained, endeavoring thus, I suppose, to .'H-'A
cover in part the unusual expense of ex- ,. 1
tending so protracted a convention. The '
hall looks well when lighted up, filled with
people and resounding with band music.
The incidents and sceues of the convention',
have bean so fully described that further . . ..
rueation would be hardly interesting. Tho ' .
novelty of he occasion has to a great ex- I ;
tent worn off, and many people left for
home during Saturday and Sunday. Tho :
crowding of the hotels is not nearly as
great as it was during last week.
SCENES OF THE EVENINO SESSION.
It is a little after 7 o'clock and the hall
is nearly fuj, and most of the delegates
are in their seats. Silence and order are
finally rapped out of chaos by President'
IIoar9 gavel. This gavel, according to a
note read to the convention by the secre
tary on Saturday, is formed of wood taken
partly from the home of President Lincoln
and partly from Mount Vernon. Jim Root
is authority for the affecting statement, and
he presents it to Mr. Hoar as a memento of
Tho nineteenth ballot started off with a .
little sensation. Florida was announced
solid for Grant eight votes. ' There was a
rush of applause, and the president said if
the disturbance was repeated the galferies
would be cleared. Pennsylvania headed-
the new departure, and while the Grant
and Blaine vote remained as before, one
vote was cast for Hartranft. The result waa ft'
about the same as before recess, viz. : Grant,
305; Blaine, 270; Sherman, 90; Washbume,
32; Edmunds, 31; Windom, 10; Hartranft, ,
1; Garfield 1.
At the close of t'te twenty -seventh the old. .
general mounted up to 20G. Then a gen
tlemen from Massachusetts moved that an
adjournment be taken to 10 o'clock to-mor- v;: V
row morning. . The chair nut the motiun '
and said the ayes seemed to have it. Conk
ling sprang to his feet and disputed the an- '
nouueement. Hoar said the chair had:
made no announcement. Conkling called
imperiously for thd roll of states and it wa
seconded by several delegates. The de
mand of states h necessary under the rules
to call the roll. Coukliuir's object was to
exhibit a confident and aggressive spirit. J;
There was much confusion, and finally tho ' , ,
Boston man, foreseeing inevitable defeat,
withdrew the motion and the twenty-eighth
ballot proceeded. At this point the Grant '
men are certainly the most confident and
the feeling generally is iu their favor. The ' .
twenty-eighth ballot closed with Grant at '";,!:
f 207, and immediately Massachusetts re- . " ' '
ne wed the motion for adjournment. On, ' Y;
this Conkling and several othors called for '. l,
the roll, which was ordered. The result
was ,440 ayes, nays 303, so the convention,- - -'; '
adjourned until ten o'clock to-morrow '.
Game Played For. Tho "Republican,
Omaha, Nebraska, says : "In the game of
iito the 'stake' played for is health, wealth
aud happiuess. Each of these can be ob
tained by the use of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, Warner's Safe Diabetea
Cure, Warner's Safe Pills, Bitters, Nervine
Persons suffering from sick headache,
dizziuess, nausea, constipation, pain la the
side, etc., are asked to try one vial of Car
ter's Little Liver Fills.
I have derived much benefit from vrisg ;
Fellow's Hypophosnhitee in chronic con
stipation. John B. Moore,' Forest OWl
Montana. . , v.;:, ,.": t-
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