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THE DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOUNiNG, JUNE 3, 1884.
Hi BLAINE and LOGAN js
The iiirst gun of tho Campaign lias been iireil, and the
Republican hosts have called upon the "Plumed Knight" of
Maine and "Illinois' Favorite Son" to lend them-where?
The good people of Cairo, however, need no Convention to
tell them that
is the most popular merchant and the largest retailer of
Dry Goods in Southern Illinois. Ami to insure a crowded
Louse to-morrow, it is only necessary to say that his late
purchase of Summer GooJs are all here, and at lower
prices than ever.
It pays to trade at
CI-IA.S. II. STUAET'S.
Notices In tUI column in rc llui-f or Ute iicontf
eneliisertion or $1.00 pit week.
T?01( KENT. Cottiwo on Fourterntu Street op
X pooltti tlie I'oMofflre 10 let to a small family.
Apply to DK. leach 4
WANTED One tavo cutter nnd two clack gtnvo
1oluU"( None lint experienced men mvd
UPPlv. I'lIICKASAW I'oOPKUAliK 00..
jjj.'lt Mtfiujihlii, Teun.
1?01l KENT-Mr cottage, South iUt Fourth St ,
! s.'ar corner Washington vuljJ- Vl II K HI" "
TAN'TED AliES rs-To solicit order for the
Fall Trade. r t term a nirejf uu r.u.
S. C. 1'ALMKK. liloomlnton. 111.
MTAXTED KXPEKIENOKD SALESMEN-! o
rut in come capital and ran a rani of men in
Ihe Hold. Ciive full particular of w list you can
aud will do and your term!"
S. 0. l'ALMEU, lV.oonr.U:ou, l'.l.
WANTED LOCAL AGENTS -To tell aci ie:iver
f on cjramiBslon. A cjjJ f biacc l.-r a vv" '
enertotic aud trnctworthv man
S. C. I'ALMEK, B
oo a It ft os. IJ
Tlio Dailv Bulletin.
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GENERAL LiCJLL ITEM
AilitioDal locals oa tLlrJ f e.
Dr. Benson has returned anl resnmed
tis ilatiea in the marine surgeon's office.
-50 gallons of ice cream at Phil Siup's
pari rs to-day. It
The Rev. John M. Farris, of Anna,
will preach this morning and evening at the
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klee. tf
Mr. L. Perrazzo and family left yes
tetdiy on the Illinois Central. They are
bound lor Geneva, Italy, to visit friends
and relatives. They will bo gone for sev
Rich as butter Phil Saup's ice cream,
made in his new $150 freezer. It
lion. John II. Oberly is to be here on
the 12thinstant, aud will utteti 1 the C m
gresiional Democratic Coventlm. It
is thought' that he will address the Dem
ocrats of the city on the uifjlit of the con
vention, either in the Court House or Opera
Tho surest and pleasantest antidote fur
tho discomforts of the summer scison
Phil Ssup's delicious ice cream. Try it. H
The Democratic Congressional Conven
tion will meet in Cairo on next Thursday
at 2 o'clock p. m. The Congressional Com
mittee will meet at 10 a. m. A. largo
crowd will be present. But, by the wny,
where will the Convcnti n be held at
the Cjurt House, or at the Opera flm.e?
At a meeting of the Cairo Casino
Society, held last Wednesday, the following
officers were elected : President, J. A Gobi
Btini; ic-PrcsiJent, Chailes Feuchter;
Secretary, Mr. Bauer; Treasurer, Mr. Louis
Herbert. The board of directors p.re Messrs.
Wetor, Waldschmidt and Bucher.
The collections for last month, of thij,
the 13th, internal revenue district of IUt-
Hoib. according to the records in Collector
Tmjfs oGice here, were as follows: On
distilled spirits, :i0,833.8l ; tobacco, cigars,
etc., $8,140 21; fermented li(Uors, $11,208
87; penalties, f 1.54. Total, jC,230.4:J
Thit is by far the large t tot il Collection
fcf any month this year.
A. considerable portion of Tut Bol
UITIN g space this morning is taken up by
D . if , .
BU, Jgut IVjv. F. P. Div.'t.pr.rt
oeuverea on ti.e .occasion of the Mem
Oriaj Service over the graves of the depart
olr ivuigms oi Lairo Omunandery No
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i v.wti, iucv ouu .;iy. vwq
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ine auaresj with pleasure and we are sure
ff YFlll lin ni.rnu.t ........1 t ,
. ..... w jj..vatu nun eij'jiu jneasure iiy our
ffiftny Sunday readers; f r it is an admira
ble production, beautiful in thought and
Judgo Robinson yesterday decided
the aereral important tax cases that bad
been on trial before him for nearly a week.
The cases' of Jne. F. Kimble v. the county
nd of Walsworth vs. the City, in which
the city and county were tuandamuaed to
pay judgments gained by planting on bonds
is lit.'Ul by tliem, the court smUitiol the
objector., holding that thii bonds) had mt
been legally issued. lu tlio cnue of the
Illinois Central railroad Company v.
County Ci'llector, in which the company
objects to the tax levied upon the elevator,
the c.u.t decided in ftvor of the latter,
liol linj,' thtt the elevator vm properly ?ub
ject to taxation.
Judfju ltross returned yesterday from a
trip up the road tlio Illinois Central.
On his way dowu lie took particular pains
to iiute the disposition of those poor de
luded fellows who nlfoliftte with tho Re
public in party, over the nomination of
Blsine and Lotjan. lie looked in vaiu for
any u lususbdetnonstratious, and there was
Tory little lir.erest shown by people in the
stre-.-ts. The same may be said of Cairo.
WLi'.c a!i Republicans here express them
selves a satisfied, there hava been uo evi-
vieiu'vs mnoiiij them of feu
e:.;i Ik arty approval of the
scion, of the conveution. But there is
.v.i c.ue for all this, and that cause is
ajicr:'. prefi'.raeat that the career of the
j trri- h,.c'.m; with this campaign. They
mshzl i'.; : noyrn the fact that the in-
i:e;ctlei..b:e pwer called Providence
is i":d to shape alike the lives of men
as! theaJiirs of nations, and tlut has sus
tained and gu.ded the Democratic party in
all these many years of its noble fight
against old Beelzebub and his miuious, has
ut last grown weary of dallying and con
cluded to "tackle" the old fellow in his
liar to have fiually spoken the suggestive
words to that gigmtic conglomeration of
sin unadulterated, the Republican part1,
"thus for shall thou come and no further."
Certain it is, that there is a strange peculi
arity about the action of the recent Chica
go gathering, which buars every evidence
of being a fatality agiiust which the hosts
will struggle in vain a predetermined or
der of defeat and dissolution. The fatality
is this: In 18G0, the Republican puty
nominate 1 itB candidate for President from
Illinois, aud its candidate for Vice-Presi-dont
from Maine. It gained its first vic
tory. In 1834, at Chicago, it reversed this
order, taking its candidate for President
from Maine, and its candidate for Vice-
President lrom Illinois. Ihe result will
also be reversed. It is the fiuger of fate
the party will bo defeated, crushed, anni
hilated, and it feels this and is unable
to rise in self congratulation over the prep
arations for the fray. Ever since 18C5,
when thai infamous "reconstruction" period
was inaugurated, it has lived iu a state of
misery, haunted by tho recollections of
its manifold and constantly multiplying
crimes against civilized societv, against hu
m-in and divine law; but the crime of 187C
was the culmination, the sum total, of
all i;s political villainies, aud sealed the
party's doom. Saice that year, it hns been
pursued by n spectre that never slept, and
that was omnipresent u,0 spirit of Pre&U
lent S unuel J. Tilden, which, emerging
ft "in its castle at-Oratnercy Park, hovered
over the party councils in every precinct in
the land, striking terror to the souls of the
leaders and demoralizing the ranks. To
them that spirit was and is the angel of
death, c iusiog their guilty souls to tremble
with the expectation of momentarily hear
ing the trumpet-signal, summoning them
to their rewards in ; while to us
Democrats, it is the spirit of a leader, noble,
btavv, s'rong, ready to serve as the instru
ment of IVovide'ice, ready to obey the
voice of the people, which is tlio voice of
God, and ready tin 1 able to reclaim tho
country from the hands of thoso who hold
it by fraud. The nomination of Tilden by
the Democrats on the 8th of next mouth
will not fall like a pall upon the country
as did that of Blaine and Logan, but will be
the signal for such a popular uprising as
liR3tiot been seen or hetrd for many a year
ami will bo followed byasencsot ioytul
demonstrations in which tho four and a
half million voters who were defrancised iu
1870 will all be found crying for vin-
Mr. John Keajjan, .457 (ith avenue, New
Vitk Cit, states that for three years ho was
troubled with rheumatism, which kept him
from ImsinetK, nnd he gavu up nil hope of
recovery. Bit', bv tho adviri. .f h nhvui.
dan, he began using St. Jacobs Oil, tho
vioiioeriui remedy, and was completely
AN ARMY ARRESTED,
The Salvation Army Declared a
Nuiaance by the Judge of
a Civil Court.
Its Officers Koavily lined and Warnod
Against a Repetition of Thoir
Visit to the Judge.
Mammoth Meeting of Iron and Steel
Workers at Deaver, Pa.
Ci.kvelani), O., June 7. The Salvation
Army, numbering twenty-four men and
women, were arrested but evening for
disturbing the peace by parading the
streets, hinging, shouting, praying aud
playing musical instruments. They were
kept In jail over night and thin morning
arraigned in the police court. Captain
Walker and three others were tried joint
ly and convicted. Walker being the
leader, was lined $15 and costs; the oth
ers 95. The remaining tweuty demanded
jury trials, aud were put tinder bail. In
passing the sentence Judge Hutchlns
said : "The Salvation Army has become
a nuisance and must be suppressed like
any other nuisance. I Impose a light Hue
this time as a warning, but if arrested
ngaiu I will Indict the full penalty of the
law every time."
IKON AMI WI'KKI. WOltKEKS.
Twenty Thousand People Present at
Their Firth Annual Reunion.
Bkavkh, Pa., June 7. The fifth annual
reunion of the Amalgamated Association
of Iron and .steel Workers is attended by
i.'0,000 cople. Delegations from Wheel
ing, Voungstowu, Mies, Pittsburgh and
other Irou centers are on the ground, and
are arriving by every train. The re
union is a great success, and the best of
BASE 1!AU ItHKVITlES.
Soore of Games Playod on Friday,
Chicago, 111. Chicagos, 11 ; Cleveland,
Baltimore, Md. Toledos, 4; Baltt
mores, 'J. ..Baltimore I'ulons, 3; Bostons,
Fast Saginaw, Mich. Qulueys, 5; Sag
Detroit, Mich. Detroits, 11; Buffalos,
Providence, 11. I. Providences, 1 ;
Boston 1. Sixteen innings were played,
and darkness compelled a draw.
Mexico, Mo. Chicago Reserves, 14;
Mexlce Browns, 1.
Oswego, Kan. Oswego Blues, !; Co
lumbus Browns, T.
Newark, N. J. Cinclnnatls, 11; Do
Fort Wayne, Ind. Minneapolis, 11;
Fort Waynes, 4.
Harrisburg, Pa. St. Louis Browns,
10; llarrisburgs, a.
Games Lost and Won.
The following tables show the standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to aud Including June U:
Metro polltans is
C'ineinuutis 1 J
( oluinLius 11
St. liOtiis 1")
NATIONAL I.EAC.t K.
New York :.' I
Ht. Louis -" :'.
Cineiniuiti Is It
lioston IT 11
lialtimoru 10 111
Chiciuro 14 1-'
I'hllmleipliiu 7 22
SVasliiiiKton 7 22
Attacked by Eces.
Iii.Lsnoifi, I i.i.., June". A. N.l'erlne,
a traveling .salesman of this citv, drove
up to tho residence of a fanner near town
yesterday, bitched his horse and went In
side. In a few minutes the horse was at
tacked by a swarm of bees. Mr. l'erine
tried torelievehishor.se, when the swarm,
alighting upon him, stung him so that his
condition Is now critical. Thehorsedied
in a few minutes.
Pekin, III., Juue 7. II. A. Tanling
was arrested to-day on a warrant sworn
out by Health Ollleer Dr. . C. Chariton,
charging him with selling diseased meat
for food, lleuling is a butcher in good
'circumstances. His trial is set for Mon
day. Frightened by HLa.i Dors.
SritiNGi'iKM', Mo., June 7. Great ex
citement was created here yesterday by
tho appearance of a dog suffering with
hydrophobia. Quite a number of dogs
were bitten before the brute could bo
killed. A little boy barely escaped being
bitten. The dogs known to have been
bitten will also bo killed.
I OUTY-EIU1ITU CONORKS3.
Washington', D. C, June C After the
routine work, the House proceeded to
consider the bill to forfeit the unearned
lands granted to the Atlantic & Pacific
Railroad Company. The bill was amend
ed in minor particulars and passed.
Mr. Randall, from tho Committee
on Appropriations, roported a do
llclency appropriation bill and
gave notico that he would call It up on
Tnesdav. The bill appropriates in all
il. 72H.594. It amends the law In rela
tlou to the salaries of fourth-class Post
masters by giving commissions of sixty
nor cent, on the first hundred dollars,
fifty per ceut. on tho next three hundred
and forty percent on nil above, but In no
taec shall the eaiary oicoei i ,uuu.
London, June 7. American railway
securities, with the exception of St. Paul,
opened tirm at 145, advanced 1-8 to 1 1-'.',
us compared with last eveulug's closing
prices. St. Paul declined 8-4, but recov
ered a-S. Lake Shore, 87 1-4; New York
Central, 108 1-4 to 108 8-8; Erie, 15 1-8;
Heading, 12 8-4; Denver & Rio Gnude,
111-8; St. Paul, 75 8-4: Central Paeiue,
44; Illinois Central, 125 85; United
States Government bonds decliued 3-8;
four-per-ecnts quoted, 123 5-8; 4 l-2s,
London Juue 7. Alderman Simon
Charles Hailley is bankrupt. The amount
of his liabilities is not stated, but it Is
l'.i:is, Juue 7. Mr. Morton, the Amer
ican Minister, iu an iuterview, said he
tlid not know his name had been men
tioned as a future candidate for the Pres
idency uutil he read the news in a New
P.v uis, June 7. The police, at the re
quest of the Knglish, have searched for
dynamite. None was discovered.
The new treaty between Frauee aud
Anam has been signed. The provinces of
Ulu Thuau aud Than Ooa are restored to
Anuin. A customs system similar to that
in Cochin China has been re-established.
French military occupation of all wtra
getic points in Anam aud Tonquln will be
effected, if necessary. A permanent
French garrison w ill hold a portion of
the citadel at Hue.
1 M ill. in, June C Newry dispatches
this afternoon say the excitement Is In
tense. The town is filling up with the
rival factions coining to attend the
orange and Nationalist meetings. The
Orangemen are determined to hold a
meeting despite the Spencer's advice.
The Nationalist are determined that the
orange gathering shall not affect the
success of their meeting, and say they
will not be cowed by the ( Irangemen. It
is feartd that there wilt be bloodshed be
fore noon to-morrow. There is a bitter
feeling, and the least aggressive act by
either side wld precipitate a light. Six
hundred extra police and rive hundred
soldiers arc on the ground, and the Mayor
telegraphs for more. The priests, he
says, advise their congregations to attend
the Nationalist meeting.
('.mho, June ".The Government has
ordered a battalion of Egyptian troops to
Suakini, on information that Osman
Digtia is prepariug for an attack on Mon
Graiu and Provision.
SATTKDaY, Jl'NK 7, 1SS4.
Cotton Fteady: inMdimj:. ll't&ll'Sc.
t't.ocit Steady; XXX to choice, fn.4.V&4.tiG;
WiiKAT-Lwwer: No. 2 IU.il, Jl.CU'iil.KIH;
No. li lted.irJ6WiC.
Co us-: Slowly : No. Z mixed,
No. 2 white mixed, fcW"'.
I iats Steitdy ; No. 2, S-VHic.
Kvk Nominal: No. 2. .M)t'i7c.
Tobacco Firm: luirs common
t."i.7:V4lO.Oil; leal; common nil leaf,
lu.uo: medium to food tK!.UW,M.
liAV-l'iairie Hil.OO for prime; Jll.00ftl2.n0
for choice; mixed, fl'U2 for common to
prime: timothy j!ll!17.50 for prune to fancy.
Hijttkii Weak: choice to fancy creamery
lSkl-.ic: dairy, choice, .to fancy. i4-&lc: low
Koos teuny. at. limine.
roTATots-Ncw flitn at f.7&ft3.0U ner bar
rel lor choiiie and Sim.w.-c per nu.
1'ouk Kim: staiiuura mess, iiu.7jW17.uu;
hard side. $ii.o I.
Lard Dull; prime steam. T'iftv.
Uacon Lomrs, k!jUKJ2 shorts, tWia
clear nls. '.iWc.
Wool. I nl)-wa-heu. cnoloo, WB-ic; fair.
.D'llllc; diniry and low 2ti',2il. Unwashed
hoite medium, 2-e: (jooo awi-aire medium
20"V5lc; selected liirht fine Kood av-
raze, n ose; heavy M-Jlbe; eoiutmitr. '4
tilo "I, 2Uni.'.'lc: eiiiiiliimr, low irrades, I.V",tu.
HiiiKS -Uiliet: tlry Mint, lWi&IHe: dam-
ntred. l:i'j,i;i'c: hulls or Pias, hlc: dry
suited. 12c: dry salteil, duina're I, loc: kip an 1
call, salted. S',c; dainaired, U'c: liuils and
stilus, uk jrreen, uiieurcd, 7!,e; UamatfeU,
Mir.Kf I'ki.ts Ualv: irrer-n. thasoc: iry
lo, 4iM.70e., as to amount and iiualityof wool;
preen Blu arlinirs, Lie; dry do, lojlic: laiuo
bkins, 2 ii2.ic.
Wheat Firmer; No. 2 Hed, June, fl.nl;
.Inly, il.'j:j'4; Aupust, fl.o'i1,; Nnteinber,
Cons Meadv; No. 2 mixed, .tunc. 1,2'dC:
July, t)!'tc; Aimu-d, lil'uc: September, lUic.
Oats Meadv ; ad. z, mixed, June, ;iS'kc;
July, lis'.jc; August, :;' ,e.
l'ltovisio.NS I'ork Dull: snot mess. J17.0)
(0,17.50; Lard Hiirle r; steam, June, i.'-).
di ICA JO.
Wheat-Firm t; Juno. We:
Aui-'ust, IKA,c; Seiitcinber, IW'te.
t oun Meady; June, f.ie; July, sfc:
trust, fna.ie; M-pietiitier, c.
hats caaer; .nine, .,i ec; Jiny, a.i'e;
Ainriist, 2He; year, 2? '8e.
I'okk r irmer; June, fl).Z: July,
f Hl.2"; August, M'.i.-.i.
laud ruin; june,
Ainxust. f s.:i.'i.
Shout Hi hs July,
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Itecolpts, 2,"i)0: prices, W
lie hiirher; liglit. t'l.MaJiM: rouifh piickintr,
$;.ltK(ii.:JU; heavy puekiiiir and shipping, f j.:w
Cattle Keceipts, :.',."iii0; dull and
lower; exports, fii.'MWiM; wood to choice,
fii.iKl'ill.iW; coinuion to fair, t.VfjO'yirt.iN).
riiiKKP Ueeelpt s WW; (.t a ly; common to
C.vri'i.K I'ncliunired; ifoid to choice
steers, $ii.(M''"i..Vi; irooil to common, fJ.fiOii
5.N); native stoekers, :l.H(l'iil.2.i: choice, 4.K.'i
6J'; good to choice wintered Tcxans, f.'i.iKKrfi
SHEKI I'rices easier, but not glint ibly
lower; common to choice sheep wchrhiii
tr.' pounds. if.VKI; inferior to fair, f2..MKij l.thi.
Hons Market dull iiml lower; gninl to
elioiec Yorkers, S."i.2..:tii; poor to medium
f.VJWa-Si'O; butchers' tfrtides, fb.iiWiM.
Catti.k lteeelptu, 1,:!00; prood steady; others
weak; native steers, l.'.tllto l,6tm lbs. uvorairii,
j.il.(Ui(Ji.'ie; do, HVI to l.l.jO lbs. iiverntro, f.Yt.Oiia
6.1(1; cows, il.Wifl.l.tM.
lions Hecelpts. 7,nn0; steady; lots
of lid to :t lbs. iiveraire, f4.7.V('. 10;
Mibki' Heeelpf, 21(1; steady; natives of 92
lbs average :i.uo.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Voiik, June 7. Money It pr rent.; ex
chamre stomlv; (lovornments stoody; cnir
reney, 's, IWI bid; 4's, coupons, l bid; 4S4's,
ilo., 'lllb2. The t.radlnK thus far hn horn
Hinltod to the scale. Astdu from a favorable
bank statement nothlnir worthy of note bos
triir.; lced. At the optmlnc tho lone of spoo
tihitl'in was feverish and the tendency to g ill
marked. I'orthu llrst half In ur husino 8 of.
i'printrs wiro numerous and caused a dccllno
of V4 to Si! but from the llrt board to tlio
present timo ihe market has lx on i-t ndily
mtptior.cd, and at tlm time of willing iniota-tliin.-i
show nu Hdvnnoe from tho lows t point,
l lu 2'...
Exiiiiiintioiir lame ;(oek of U'ht Weill TiiiU'rwriir from
tlio 15-cent auze Uiidci'sliirt to the linest $.V0!) lialhnWan.
Our strck 0? Summer Hosiery is compli'tci comprisiiifi; Kisle
Thread, IJalliriiau ml Silk llall-llox'.
in-abumlance. Manillas in lare (inuiitities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants anil. Waists
Thi' "Pahicr" Clotliior.
SPECIAL BA1UJA I NS!
Commencing' 3IAY 2fitli and for this week uily.
-00 pes Calico, rc; worth 7 and J!c.
r0 pes (liniihams. 10c ; wort li I- and l.V.
r0 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 11' 15, 17 1-2 and Xh:
:0 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 1, 171-2 and 20f.
r0 pes Checked Nainsooks, lo, 12 1-2, 15. 17 nnd 2t'.
25 pes Fancy -atci ns. 25c; worih :i5i.
25 pes Poiigiie ilks, fancy patterns, :7c: worth 5i)c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and C0c; worth 75 and (.tOc
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2 00: worth &U)0.
100 Satin Parasols, lineJ and trimnied with lace, S2 50:
50 Elegant Procade Satin Piii'asols, ith lace, $1.00;
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BARGAINS for EVEIiYIiODY this week, at
j. nu i :c; i :i rs.
STOVES, -:-RASG US,-:-TIN,
Japanned 1 Berlin and Aate AVaro,
Piid Cages, Path Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & We t lake Oil. Casolinp ami Oas "lovf, Ihtroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plow, Cliillt'd Plows, Walking 'uUivatT,
( oin Slicllers. Planters, Ktc, Kte.
i0h. L IV O'J, CA I i!). 111.
tki.ephonk ym -'o.
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Niagara Ins. Co.,
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