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YHK PAIIY OAiaO feULLK'TtN: FRIDAY MO UNI NO APRIL 35, m,
THE POLITICAL POT,
tt Still Simmers and Stews Over
the Goals of Partisan
What Wm Done Ywterdaj Towards
Furnishing Votes for the Jnne
Mario at Ohioago,
Crumbs of Comfort and Cuds of Bitterness
tor Many Expectant Hearts Heads
I Win, Tails You Lose.
Xlohlfffta Kcpubllcan Convention.
Grand Rapids, Mich., April 24. The
Republican State Convention nut at
eleven o'clock to-day in Towers' Opera
House, and was called to order by Hon.
Wm. Livingston, chairman pro teni. of
the State Central Committee. The Hon.
H. O. Horr of Saginaw was called to the
chair as temporary chairman of the Con
vention and was greeted with prolonged
lie spoke at considerable length on the
Issues of the day. A secretary from each
district was then elected. A Committee,
on Credentials and one on Permanent
Organization and one on Resolutions were
Uen chosen by dlatricU. The convention
took a recess until two o'clock, in order
to give the committees time for delibera
tion. The following are the delegates to
Chicago, except from the Eighth and
Ninth Districts, which have not yet elect
ed: Eleventh, S. Moffett and S. M
Stevenson j Sixteenth, M. B. Chutterton
and J. E. Sawyer; Seventeenth, John B.
Sanborn and B. R. Noble; Twelfth, W.
A. Underwood and Joe T. Jacobs; Tenth,
H. II. Apller and 0. W. Bell ; First, Gen
eral R. A. Alger and W. S. Morr; Third,
E. C. Nlckols and W. II. Powers; Ninth,
R. H. Horr and W. Q. Atwood ; Fifth,
Geo. W. Webber and Henry F. Thomas ;
Fourth, 8. T. Reed and Dr. Joseph An
drews. Manone'a Convention.
Ricujiohi), Va., April 24. At the Re
publican Convention yesterday four coun
ties were represented, while the delega
tions from many others were very ragged.
Mahone called to order, and Colonel
Wm. Lamb presided, talking about
the general necessity for Repub
lican government In the State. Ma
hone was made cbairmau of the dele-gatlon-at-laree
to Chicago, the other del
egates being William 11. Pleasants (col
ored), S. M. Yost and Frank S. Blair. A
platform submitted by Mahone was
adopted indorsing the Arthur Administra
tion, but a motion instructing the dele
gates to vote for Arthur was overwhelm
ingly voted down. An instruction to the
delegates to vote as a unit carried.
Lsutxswobth, Kas., April 24. The
Republican Convention of the First Con
gressional District this morning elected
II. E. Insley and C. G. Leland delegates
to the Chicago convention. Their prefer
ences are for Blaine.
At Hutchinson, the Seventh District
Republican Congressional Convention re
nominated S. R. Peters for Congress.
At Emporia, the Republican Convention
of the Fourth District elected Geo. R.
Peck and Wm. Martlndale delegates to
Chicago. Their preferences are for Blaine.
Instructed for Blaine.
Dzcoraii, Ia., April 24. The Republi
cans of the Fourth Iowa District elected
A. 0. Stewart and O. II. Lyon as dele
uates to the Chicago Convention, with D.
W. Clements and William Kcllow as al
ternates. They are Instructed for Blaine.
THE HIGH EH LIFE.
How the Xemory la Improved on the
.. Augusta, Ga., April 24. The spiritual
ists of this city are agitated over the dis
covery through a medium of 915,000 of
lost bonds and securities, the disappear
ance of which has for months been a mys
tery. Several months ago Mrs. Fannie
Smith, leaving a fortune of 9100,000,
lied. She bad previously missed
915,000, but the matter was kept
comparatively quiet. After her death Wil
liam Painter, who had assumed the ad
ministratorship, published a list of the
lost securities, describing them in detail.
The spiritualists Interested themselves in
the search, and a prominent medium here
claimed to have secured a clew. In an
alleged conversation with the spirit of
the departed lady it was learned that her
death had been hastened by the loss of
money, but since her demise she has
learned that the securities were secreted
In a piece of old matting in a stock of
dry goods. A search was instituted and
the treasure was found, the securities
corresponding exactly with those which
had been advertised by the administra
tor. Dlaflgnrod, bnt Still in the Tab.
Joplin, Mo., April 24. There seems to
prevail a well established tradition among
miners that one accident in the mines is
sure to be followed in short order by
others. This belief has been strengthened
among the miners recently by several ac
cidents, the last of which occurred
at Carterville on Tuesday, when
three men entered the tub to
be lowered into the mine. The shaft is 125
feet deep, and when the men were about
half-way down the machinery became
unmanageable, letting the tub and its oc
cupants fall the rest of the distance to
the bottom. Much to the surprise of
every one, Instead of being Instantly
killed, neither of the men were seriously
hurt, the worst Injury being a broken and
badly disfigured nose.
A Union Holders Deertinir "Scabs"
Quikct, Iix., April 24. Much excite
meat existed last night over the molders'
strike, but with the exception of a fight
between a drunken union man and a scab
no trouble occurred. The strikers, with
a few exceptions, preserve perfect
order and retain public sympathy.
Lynch, a union molder, charged
with abusing McQuade, was
acquitted yesterday. The only serious
offense known to have been committed
by molders Is the rocking of the house of
Frank WlUoa, a foreman. Several
"ease" hare deserted, and anises the
bosses secure many more non-union men
they can not hold out the rest of the
month. In other trades much dissatisfac
tion prevails at the existing low wages,
ind hundreds are ready to join a general
itrlke. This is evidenced by mauy men
gathering about the foundries and freely
ixpresslng themselves upon the mold
ers' strike and the character of the
THE 1IROWMNO LIBBAttY.
At a meetiug of the Bar Association
action was taken toward purchasing the
large and splendid law library of the late
Hon. O. II. Brewning. lie was at one
time Secretary of the Interior, and Attorney-General
after Lincoln's ik-utLi. The
library is now In the posscns.ou of his
Widow, who Is childless.
The Union Paclflo Earnings.
Nkw York, April 21. Sidney Dillon,
President of the I'nion Pacific Railway,
said yesterday In explanation of the de
creased earnings of the road : "One year
ago the earnings of the St. Joseph &
Western were Included in our reports,
but now that road is operated ludepen
ently. The earnings were over 9100,000
a month, but this miiji h.id to be returned
to the company In fhe end. In ad
dition to this we were building the Ore
gon Short Line, and for that and other
new roads wo were carrying a good deal
of constru-tion material. Our present
earnings are reported In comparison to
these large earnings, but the comparison
is not so uufavoraliie as it appears to be,
because it is largely a matter of book
keeping. The result at the end of the
year will show that the real business of
the company has not suffered severely.
NO IVAL IV IMIA.
London, April 21. Daily papers this
morning, commenting upon the fall in
prices of wheat in the United States and
the report that the decline was caused by
stories of increased production in India,
state on faith of .several of the best En
glish commercial authorities that there is
no reasonable expectation that India will
become a formidable rival of the I'nited
States for the supply of wheat. The rea
sons given are Uim dittlculties attending
tiie efforts to popularize modern farming
implements among the people and the in
ferior quality of Indian wheat as com
pared with American standards.
OI.ADSTONK ON THE SITUATION.
London, April 24. In the House of
Commons this afternoon, Gladstone in re
sponse to a question in regird to what
action, If any, the Government intends to
take toward relieving the garrisons of
Berber and Khartoum, st.ited that Ber
ber was undoubtedly in danger of being
captured, but he thought Khartoum was
In no danger. He recognized the fact
that Berber was the key to Khartoum,
but declined at the present moment to
state what the Government was doing to
prevent Berber from falling into the
hands of the rebels. He said the Govern
ment recognized the obligations It was
under to Gordon for his heroic eudeavors
to restore peace in the Soudan, and
thought It their duty to put themselves in
a position to render all needful assistance
to extricate Gordon from bis difficulties
should the necessity arise.
TIIK SANDOWX RACKS.
London, April 24. The spring meet
ing of the Saudown Park Club began to.
day. The welter handicap race was won
by F. T. Walton's Pickwick by half a
length; Lcwison's Glasgow, second; Sir
G. diet wy mi's Scales," third. No other
starters. Betting at the start was 5 to 2
against Pickwick, 3 to 1 against Glasgow,
and 1 1 to 1 1 on Scales.
MAKIXO T.KUY FOR AN ADVANCK.
Cairo, April 24. The Egyptian Council
at a meeting this morning decided to dis
patch troops to Berber, but decided to
submit the resolution to Knglaud for con
currence before .sending. The decision
was Immediately wired to Granville and
the answer is momentarily expected.
Meanwhile General Wood T"- selecting a
force for the expedition. Some of the
most experienced I'nglish officers are vol
unteering their m rvi'-cs, and every thing
Is being got In readiness to dispatch the
troops on receipt of a favorable answer.
WII.I. SKM) A MINISTER.
Paris, April 24. Messrs. Kruger,
Smit and Dutioto, the Boer dolegates,
were yesterday accorded an interview by
Prime Minister Ferry, during which, at
the solicitation of President Kruger, Fer
ry promised to send a duly accredited
Minister to the Boer capital.
IUNCr.S OFF THE STAt'iE.
Makskimxs, April 24. Marie Tagllonl,
the celebrated daucer is dead.
THE KtiYPTIW QUESTION'.
Paris, April 24. The condition of af
fairs in Egypt continues to attract great
attentiou in France. The Journal lies
Mmts again urges direct understanding
betweeu France and England, and asks
why the law of liquidation can not be re
vised in the same manner that it was cre
ated. The Hrpuliliijue Fmnraite only de
mands that England should give France
her proper share of influence and author
ity on the banks of the Nile.
Glasgow, April 24. Peter O'Shea, sen
tenced yesterilay to eighteen months' im
prisonment, was clearly proved to have
been connected with the dynamiters now
Havana, April 24. The troops are still
unable to catch Aguero. The authorities
:ontinue to maintain a dead silence,
thereby exasperating the public into the
belief that the worst is happening. Many
disbelieve that Durau was killed. Gold
premiums to-day rose as high as during
the first Insurrection. Aocordlng to re
liable information the Aguero party is
divided Into three sections, thereby dis
concerting the troops. Aguero is sup
posed to be staying in the Zapata swamps.
It is rumored that he was again offered a
sum to leave the island.
I'OOK show ing for depositors.
Montreal, April 24. It Is stated that
all the money realized by the liquidators
of the Exchange Bank up to the present
amouuts to 9170,000 to meet liabilities
aggregating 92,205,000 of which 9425,000
constitute the first charge that must be
met beforo the depositors and general
creditors can receive a cent.
Thtbsday Evkniso, April 24,1884.
The weather continues cloudy and
gloomy, after a rain that has lasted since
Monday, with prospects of more coming.
The heavy rains not only checked the
fall in the river, but lis started it on the
up grade again.
The market is without material change.
FLOUR Steady and unchanged, with
fair stocks and moderate inquiry.
HAY Grades from prime up are very
scarce and in active demand. Common is
plenty aud unsaleable.
CORN Choice is very scarce. Good
milling stock is in good demand at quota
tions. OATS-Firu.er and higher. The de
mand is good aud stocks ample.
MEAL Firm, with an upward tendency.
BRAN The demand continues good
and stocks light.
BUTTER We note a good demand for
strictly choice both northern dairy and
fresh country roll,
EGGS The market rules firm and prices
tend upward. The advance, however, can
only be temporary.
CHICKENS The feeling is better and
prices are firm and higher.
APPLES Fancy stock is very scarce
and commands fancy prices.
POTATOES Plenty and very dull.
Peachblows are qu ted, for local trade, 40
r0c, but Early Rose can scarcely be
Sales and Quotations.
NOTB. Tbe prlcei Bare given are ror sales from
first band Id round lot. Ad advance tl
charged for broken latum flillneordire.
i Obbls xtre Fancy -
TO" bbls varloui grades..
200 Femtv . .
if) bbls XXX
M bbli Patent
.i) Boa CO
Scan gilt edge am all bale...
3 rare rhotce, small bale
1 car mixed ,
J cars cho'ce white In balk
2 can choice mixed In bulk
4 cart In bulk
6 care choice Northern In balk..
No. Hed,perba 98
No. 2 Medlteranean 1 00
500 bbls Citron ordori 8 73-300
In sacks 90
6(Vi poundi choice Northern Dairy 2442
W pound choice Northern ao
rxxiponnd hontbirn Ills .... lfifftis
400 pounds creamerr - 27:8
s) dozen ..
SJu dozen. .
Lartrc choice 1" SO
8mail... 9 00
5 conpa choice hen 3 0n3 95
5 coops mixed 9 50i 75
Per bhl choice Ben Davis . 5 50
Roni Beauty .....650&8 00
Small varieties ..... 4 0
Choice Romanl ea 4 00
Oenatooa. . ......m.. ....., m...mm 3 50
Oranges ...... 4 0oa 50
Lemons ..3 00$3 50
. 2 &r3 0
Peach Blow per bosh, nomlnal.....M .... 4O350
Earl? Rose pur buah. nominal
Potatoes per bbt 1 H&2 00
1 car Early Rose 20c
According to else ...:........ 15 ro&W "0
Tuu-washed ..... 2r?t30
Fine unwashed Ittt
Plnlu liann sons
8. C. Hums 4
Clear id 11:314
Han i none
Shoulders '. M non
St. Johns i
ui.io iliviir j 05
W lmchel burlap
5 bushel U)i
Peucbca.halveranc' quarter t
Apploa, bright idn
Choice navy , s W3 on
01. nice medium t jo! 75
Choice, Fuetory , u
10 to to
- . 10 to 45
" III! I Hta (MMMMMHIsili
Hear r per pound
10 to 5
.. 60 to 2 50
trm. a i n
S to 15
....... .1 00 to 00
Calf, Green IS
Dry Flint choice IB
Dry Salt..... M
OrOOTl H (tit eetMMeaMeeeeett 9
I Sheep Pelts, dry ...... ....'."".! 10(150
Sheep Pelts, green 15375
Damaged Hides Mol
. j ... .
4 rioifr 5 m
4 TV I. 5
l !H-tfc 7 ft
7 -""U (
Medium l.enf. ... ,
Go' i l,er '
t.'ATKH Of Kltril t'T
"rmu lUv Kloiir l'"'k
fcwi t'1''. VMI. tyhlil
Man.ihla,... mu h m
'Or:cun, iji w .& y,
neiena,Arlc 17 ty s nn
"lit"""?11' Mi" U 2 45 t)7V
V caahurt;, Hrcnts Hon no J per cwt hlwbM
All other wa poinw below Memphis to Ntw Of
leans. iame ralea as to K lueMoc
Hj sti'i u and Xcrvoiw I'rcsti ation.
We (,'ive our readers an t xtnu t from a
cheerful letter, written bj Mrs. E"zibeth
Bmiih, of Richmond, Ind , who s ijr:
"Siimaritau Nervine cured me of hysteria
and nervous prostration." Comment is
The well-known strengthening properties
of Iuo.n, combined
with other tonics ami a
perfect nervii.e, nre found in Carter's Iron
Pills., which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood and complexion.
"All jour own fault
If you remain sick when you can
Gut Ilup bitters that never-Kail.
The weakest woman, smallest child,
and sickest invalid cau use Hop Hitters
with safety and great good.
Old men tittering around from rheu
matism, kidney trouble or any weakness
will be almost new by usiny Hop Bitters.
My wife and dau-ihter were mude
healthy by the use of Hop Bitters and I
recommend them to my people. Metho
fi-lt ai,y Kuod doctor If Hop
Hitters arc not the best family medio! no
Malatiil i'tver, A,'uu and Biliousness
will lenve every neighborhood as soon as
Hop bitters arrive.
"My mother drove the paralysis and
neuralgia all out of her system with Hop
Bitters." Ed. Oswego Sun.
Keep the kidueys healthy with Hop
Bitters and you need not fear sickness.
!ce water is rendered harmless and
more ref eshing un I revivify with Hop
Bittt is m encli draught.
The viifor 'f youth for the aged and
mnrm in ilup lSittersi
- "Al the chance uf life nothing equals
Hop Bitters to allay all troubles imicknt
"The best peiindicai for ladies to take
monthly an I from which they will receive,
the greatest benefit is Hop Bitters"
Mothers with sickly, fretful, nurcii'g
children, w ill cure the children and benefit
themselves by taking Hop Bitters d'tily.
Thi'Usinds die annually fniu some
form of kindney d seases that might have
been prevented by a timely use of Hop
Indigestion, weak stomach, irrtrulari
ties of the bowels, cannot cxitt when Hop
Bitters are used.
A timely uieoflIop
Bitters will keep a whole fumily
In robust health a year at a little co 't.
To pioduce real genuine sleep and
cniia-iiKe repose ail night, take a mtu
Hod Bitters on retirim;.
That indigestion or stomach gis at
nmnt, preventing rest ami sleep, win uisap
pear by using Hop Bitters.
Parilytic, nervous, tremulous oh
ladies are made perfectly quiet andspright
ly by usinpr Hop Bitters.
is ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
AIods the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railrohd, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranfjiny; in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkantas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself w hen you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Compnny, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Tow.nsksd, Gcn'l Pass. Agr.
St. Louis. Mo.
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Sealed proposals will bo received at this i lllce
nn to the meeting of tho Cllv Council Miw Sih.
1HSI, for furnishing lumber, removing garbage and
piino uing vuuui ii proceeuiugs, notices, oral
nances, , to., ss rqulr d by the ordlraucesof the
city. Council reserved the right to reject any and
all bids. For full particulars ap;ly to
UUrt D.J. FOLKY, City Clerk,
LLiNOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line llunnm
Q DAILY TIlAItf
Making Direct Coniieotiqn
Tbaini Liavi Chro:
rrivlnglD Ht.Lonis 1:60 a.m.: Chicago. S:S0 p.m. j
Concucilng at Odin and Bfflngham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis auij poluti Eist.
12:5 p m. Fast St. Louis and
Western Kx press.
Arriving In St Louis 6:45 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
3:45 p. in. Fast Express.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
10:15 p. m., and Chicago 7:20 a. m.
3:45 p. m Cincinnati Kxpresa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Louisville 6:65
a. m. i Indianapolis 4;(is a. m. PttsceLgors by
this train reach the above point X3 to 3tl
IIOUHs in advance of any other route.
tfTiifl 8:i5 a. ra. exnress has PlTt i nv
8t)aEI'lN(l CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, witii.
out ch:uiges, and thrntigh sleepers to at. Louie
P"n4- rVim To.
I us!1ienrers b' tb" "ne "othronsTn ' Et-
;aused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after-
...v-m .iu ii urn .airu nrnves iu new x or monaay
nornlug at 10:85. Thirty-six hoar In advanceot
h - .imci ruuiv,
aSlrPor thrnnirtl tlrtrnta it ft,
- ' - to ui.u i ... busi lUlVIUIKllllll
pply at llliuols Central ttallroad Depot, Cairo.
. u. iio.iin, Ticget Agent
A. U. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
tMull 4:i5a. m.
tExprcss 11:45 a.m.
tSt Louis Ki 2:15 p. m.
tN. O. Ex ..11:10 a.m.
tN. O. Ex... 11:10a.m.
tN.O.x 4:30 p.m.
t-Mail .....2:23 a.m.
Exnress S:4!S n. m.
1st Louis Ex l.:2S ti. m.
tKxpress li)::l a.m.
tAccom a 15 p.m.
st. l. a c. n. r. (XHrrow-t;au";e).
.3:00 a m. I Exnress 1 -ll m
Ex. A Mail..
. It):) a.m. Ex. Mall.. .4:10 p.m.
..lu:i'5p.m. I Accom 2:00 p.m.
8T. L. tt I. M. R. tt. .
..10:30 p.m. tExpress 2:30 p.m.
Mall 4 Ex.
W., BT. L.
Mall & Ex.. .9.30p.m.
Freight 6:45 p.m.
mobile a oiiio it.
Daily except Sunday, t Daily."
.5:55 a.m. Mall.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP
I. C. R. R (through lock mail).. 5 a. m.
" " ..1l:S0a.m
" (Southern Dtv.
Iron Mountain K. K
Wabash R. R
Texas 4 8t. Louie It. R..
St. Louis 4 Cairo R.R....
5 p. m.
to p. m.
7 p. m.
5 p. m.
V p. in.
6 a. m.
4 p, in.
..j p. m
Miss hlver arrives Wed.. Sat. 4 Mon
" dcuarts Wed.. Frl. A Nun.
P O. eon del. opm from 7:30am to7:30pn
r.u. nox aci. open irom 6a.m. to9p m.
Nundaysgerj.de;. open from. ...8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Suudavs box del. open from. ...6a. m. to 10:30 am
M5-NOTE.-Cb.angfce will be published from
time to tlm In city papers. Change your cards ae
cordlngly. WM. M. MUKPH Y, p. m
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organised July 4th, 1877, under
tho laws of 1872, ' . .
JOHN II. ROBINSON President
WM. STRATI' N ViCU-lTtsldont
J. A.UOLuSTINE Treasurer
C. W. llDvNIMl Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS .......Secretary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton A Bird, growers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. doidstinu, oliioldstlne 4 Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good; C. W. Dunning. M. I).;
Pres. Hd. Med Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commlssiou merchant; J. H. Robinson, county
Judge an notary public; Win. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; R. U. Baltd, city
stieet supervisor; Al. I'b.lllps, carpi nter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; E.V.
f:erce, attorney-dt-law, DuQuoiu III. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of I'entennial Rati, Ashley.IU.; Albert
Uayden, cashier of Oeorge Connelly 4 Co., Spring
Held. 1 1 ; li. M il ii n n. attorney-at-law, 1H6 Raa
dolph street, Chicago; lion. Kobt. A. Hatcher, at
toriyv at-law, Charleetoa, Mo. ; II. Leighton,
cashier First National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
IN THE WORLD,
A powerful preparation
so concentrated ilit(ew
drops applied to tne sur
lace will penetrate to the
verv bone. and almost In
8TAMTLX KJtUava fAlN,
Stiff Joista, -Brtdie,Crsunpa,
Sore Throat, Palna
la Limb. Stoat
Or In stir part oi Rvstem .
Will NOT MIL CLOTIIIJirj
nut iiiH-oliir the skin It
nss ncrn in constant use
by Phvsirlsnsauil others
lot IV trail Price Wo,
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