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WAR IS INEVITABLE.
OreatKxciteuieut at Foo Chow
Ovitf, tbt Autioipatrul Ettfiu
jiing of IToatilitlos. ,
Non-Oymbatants Living the City, and
ForeiguersAnniugTheiuselves for De
fense Against a Native Uprising.
The Trial of the Dynamiters Closed The
Ssntences of Daly anJ
August 1. A dispatch from
Foo Chow says the excitement lu tnat
:lty is Intense. Everything poluts to the
Immediate begiuulug of hostilities be
iween 1'raace and China. The ladies are
ieaIug the city lu large numbers, and
'orelguers are arming themselves for
Letter protection agiiust any riot
jus demonstration by the natives,
ivlio are much Incensed against
the French, and there are very few who
ire able to discriminate between other
lureicncM aiiJ their alleged enemies,
l'he French Consul and other French of
ficials have embarked on the Frtuch gun
ooat, wlii e a number of French residents
tacM'Ught safety aboard a man-of-war
jiiig off port. . .
sun' c.iN.u. biu. j;uix i t:i.
Loxihin, August .1. rThe Select Com
mittee of the House of Lord, to whom
as referred the Manchester ship canal
mil, has rejected the measure.
LoM'icv, August 1. The trial of the al
leged dynamiters, Daly, Fgau and Mc
Donald, which began , at Warwick
Wednesday, Was closed" to-day. Da y
began his address to the jury to-day and
made a powerful-argument lu his own
bchiuf.' His voice is good una delivery
tine. After reviewing the testimony of
the prosecution, he argued that
thera had been nothing of a crim
inal , character proved agaiust
him except that he had traveled under an
alias, and this he did not consider was a
criminal act as the (Jueun herself bad re
peatedly travelved uuder un assumed
name. Daly spoke two hours, uud in
conclusiou stated that all he wanted was
justice, not mercy, and his ribts as a
citizen, not favor.
At the conclusion of the argument the
case was given to the jury, and a verdict
of guilty M as rendered. " Daly wa sen
tenced to penal servitude for iife, and
Kuan to twenty years' Imprisonment,
while McDonald. I liberated on his own
recognizance on condition that he, sur
render fqr judgment il called upon."'
! MfTiSEKits arhestkiv.
Limf.uick, August 1. The crew of the
American barque Low wood mutinied and
were arrested after having stabbed the
mate and a seaman.
COMSI1TT1.D foil TKlAI..
Duiii.i.v, August 1. The hearing In the
cayie oi James tUis French, lute Detective
Director' -of the,; Irish . Constabulary,
chargad with Indecencies and unuatural
crimes, resulted In his being committed
to prison for trial. Counsel made a strong
plea for his client's release on bail, claim
ing that the prisoner's health was broken
cIcwq, and that he was suffering from
softenios of the brain; but the conrt
rcfiHett the request.
' ' Mexico.
"Cii'VOT1 Mexico, August 1. Advices
from rarhun state that as Senor Manuel
Cidnzilcs Castilleo was returning to that
eity from Ileal De'mont': he was at
tacked near a place 'known as Casas
Gucumadas by lour or five men on foot
arid, murdered. It is said this crime was
prompted by revenge.
,Ini Guadalajara a tailor named Ancceto
was walking through the streets when he
was approached from behind by an enemy
who cut his throat and left him lying
dead on the sidewalk, leaving no trace of
' Just as the city is threatened with pos
sible invasion of cholera lrotn France the
authorities propoyo to remove tho boUlos
from the Camp Florida cemetery, where
many of the victims of the cholera epi
demics if Wui and Ihll are burled. Oases
of sporadic cholera have appeared at
Cudei tho law soldiers are pi rmiltcd to
kill persons who Jesi.it arrest or after be
ing captured attempt to escape. Hivo
lutionary "orcc in Uucrrero were recent
ly attacked by (ieneral l'in.ou with six
soldiers, w ho wure taken prisoners and
.were killed while attempting to escape.
Two general pincers were alo killed lu
Yucatan aud one In the towu of Morella.
. Vkiu Oav., Mkx., AugusW. Advices
from Motul, Tomax, Accarcel, and other
point Id Yucatan, state that immense
nwapmii of locusts have appeared in those
Sections and are again ile troy lug the
crops. : Advices from J'l.acolalpaii, ou
the iSnuth coa.t state that the locusts
have ' destroyed all the crops on the
Haciendas In the direction of San Anto
nio. Advices from Mlnlttion state that a few
days ago Colonel Kodroguez (iuerrd, a
supporter of Knreguez, captnred one of
the opposing party named 1'ere., and
cansed the poor fellow to be taken by the
Corporal's Guard into the Plaza aud pub
licly flopged. The victim appealed to the
civil authorities for protection, but it
wan reliued. Many per. ons have also
been arrested without ifgal process and
can Into jail.
Cakillion, Isd., August 1. A midget
was born to tho wile oi Chas. Silory, of
tfcls flaw, on Monday. The child, a
' boy, Is living and its mother says is doing
' well, although after live days' of life it
welch but seventeen ounces. Au
ordinary Robltt placed over tho head of
,-tae chUd caches to Us hips. The organs
j ftr J1 perfectly formed and bear good
proportion to one anotiicr.
v.l I, ,,
Killed by a NegTO.
.;, JlAUUUH, H. C, AugUht,l.Nar J.au-
rienbnrg, A'-C, Wednesday, John Jackson,
1 white, was. killed by hd Gale, adored.
They had a slight. , lulauuderst&nding
aJiwV. a trifling ; pitteT.. . Suddenly the
Pflgro drw howle knife aDd, by ro
jwncd blows, nearly severed Jackon's
bead from ht body.
Fubilo Sttbt Roduotlon.
i Wvmqtov, D. C, August 1. The
statement of the public dubfc,, Issued to
day, shows a reduction during July cf
Th.kii, Tex , August 1. The first ralu
Id many weeks full yesterday, 'covering
pretty much the entire county of Smith.
The draught at other neighboring poluU
COUlLllUl'S. . , , i ., ,
Jr.l kkrhov City, Mo., August 1
Treasurer Cliappoll's report oi the traus-.
actions of his department for the month
of July shows: llalauce July 1, (1,233,
715.05; receipts during mouth, JJ'jjf,
1)04.25; disbursements, 8157,505. 7i; UoV
on hand, l,0'JiJ,ll'3.L;o. '
Million and a Half lllnza.
Tiiov, N. Y., August I. -A coullagration
in which $1,500,000 worth of property
was consumed, occurred this morning lu
Colwes. The large building occupied by
Edward L. Uregory, was entirely de
stroyed. J.cws ou tills and adjacent build
ings over Sm',000, the remaiuder of tho
losses beiua ou goods. !
Critttndon TaktiO a Vacation.
Ja-i EUo.N Ci i v, Mo., August .1. Gov
ernor Crittenden left this afternoon
on the advice of hlj physician for a trip
to Clilcjgo and other Northern cities. He
has b;en iu poor health for two weeks,
and lately has been scarcely able to walk
about, lie w ent by way of St. Louis, aad
expects to return by the HUh Inst.
, R:V. Dr. Stevenson Bsreitved.
Dkl'ati h,.1i.l., August 1. A telegram
from Uennantowu, Del., announces tho
death of Win. Stevenson, formerly cash
ier of the.Nathn:U Uauk here, aud brother
of Frank Steveusun and" Mis. C. W. Sew
ell of this city. TSed.seca.sed was a f'ull
inan conductor ou the Colorado, Hues.;
His father is the Kev. 'Win. Stevenson,.
Methodist Factor of Wyandotte, Has.,;
who is known throughout Illiuois for his.
eloquence nnJ learning.
I Pardcnad on ''General Belief."
. Jki n:i:ses Cm, Me., August F Tho.
Governor granted a pardon . this morning
to ,MicLal Welch', convicted iu the St.
bonis Criminal Court, November 2, 1??2,
lor.' murder in the second degree and seu
t.Miced to the Feniteutiiiry, fiirteii year's.
The party killed was John smith, aud it
lms been generally believed since that
Waich was wrougfu.'ly convicted, and that
tbu murder was commitf-d by a niau:
naoied Nelson. The rnird.m was granted,
on, these grounds.
3IAi:kgt nr.ro ias.
i Grain and Provisions. '..-,
' si! :' ritJDAY, August 1. lc.H. ,
11 ST. LOCIS.
Cottov Steii'lyj iniddiinL-. lU'jllo.
Ji.orii Stuady: XXI to uuoiee, ilSQu
pateuu. '4"i w
HKAT-Sttdr. No.' 'i Ite.1. 4l' for
new; No. 3 tteil. nttw, itf.ie-1 Vif.
C')tts-H:K.ier: No. S unxel, NoN
S wliite Tiue.. jry.'vt?.
Oats Kowei-; No. '. ,S.l'iZ-o. ;
Kvt Nominal i No. i 160.
Tobacco Firm': lus; eoinmon to choice
f..ii41').t; lent; t'ommon red leat, V.I14
lu.l"): iu"lium ui iruoa fi.UvJlT.nO.
Hav Pniine f ll.(,l.u) tor prime to fancy
leiw. clover iiu.vm1, jiocl- lor t.iinrnon u
pn:ne: oi l timottiv, ti:i.Uit(.lK.0u for uriruu U
";i!t e.k'e;" elmiee new, Jll.'ii'VI-.'"".
Urn mi Firmer: unmet ca tancv rn'amerr
2oti.'e: dair.v,. eUoiee to liinc-y, J.V'aKc; low
Kiais-lnilitMiii'JM, lu'c: fbippert' mucku
h t ,
J'oTATOKs iMi'l. lit ;"J:N' I er tiii-n?l.
. i'oiik vui"t;rie in(0, Jlti.-Viiiltl.Tfi. ;
, I..VIIU itid: I'rliue steiim. '
JiAeo.v l.oin( !;-,c; shorts, U't'Sej
Cii-;ti niis, i:v .
Woon Ttin-wiuhed. clio'co, Lie: fair,
IT'CM'; ilinirji ate) igw il4i4-'T. UnwajOivd
t hoice iiieiliinn,' '-if.', poo l avej-aire itiedium
J'l f-'eei wloetaxl . liultr llnti 17 'JI'.ie; goo I av
etae, l.(,lVo; i heavy I'.Jil.'ie; eo'iiiiei, 4
mou.1, -.rrt;ie: eouunnir, low jrraics. Iji',c.
Ilii'r.s Dtliff: Orr llili'. l'e: damte'inl,
v.lc: iMtxi m wan, loo; ilrv tuiu-J.
1;: clrr s.tltvil. ' iMma'jf; 1, l'le: u uti I
tair, s:iitMt- s ie; iinniane 1, ac; nui.t utii
ii'4e; Kiteii, uneuie'l, S.,o; daiiiurfeil,
Mibkp I'Ei.T'U-wVHltr irreen. WiV: dry
(In. lij'.T'fc., hs to amount aiel (jualitvot wO'il':
Kreen sh"urltiiy4, lie; dry do, 1'1j; laiulj
'. KKW TOKK.
Wni:T .over: Ko. Fiell. Aw.
list, V, ', e: S.ntemU'r, f'i:4e: October, !';e;
NovemlM'r, f:'j liei'i-iulief, fl.iil :. , ,
rjt'on Lower; Auiru-t. l Ue; Scph'tiiU-r,
cVe; .W.Utr, tSlUo; NovemlHT, l'Jv..
(His Veiilr; AuU-ll, l'-e; f-ejitoniLier,
Uli'e; Oetofier, Hie.
t rnicA 10.
W HF.AT-WeJier; AuiHt. f-:.'';e; ?i-.H'mli.r,
4i'e; Uitoher, .'; No ml cr. Mi',c..
(Jims Lower; August. M ,0: "K.'iiteiuljnr,
'A ', e; 'etol.er, il'y,:; Noxenitier, 4He; veatv
M V; May. 4l'ie
Oats Lower; August, iiTfe: Seiiteiiili.'r,
'ic: enr. -"i'-.e.
; I'oiik steti'lyj 'year, ILMfi.
! LAKH liit-lier; Au'l, SfT.L''.-.; Htuletn
tpr. 17.5::',; Odolinr, fISW,.
iSinm-r Itni-Autuu, .IT1.; Septulillicr,
Live Stotk. Markets. '
IbMi-s-lleceipt. Hii; n tive nnd finii-1
i'tlik; tiiiflier: linlit, f.'i.lil iK.nu; ronjli .a'kiug,
t-"i.li .'..".'"..'.: Ii-iny paekinj- mid' iioiinir.
( ATH.K-lteceiiis. a.5i; stn un r; evjmrtu,
'i.:t.'B.,: jroo' I to ehoiec, .i.m ",ii.i; com.
Iiiiei tofiiir, ti.iiijw.itl .
siiKKi'-l(eoe!.ts, !K)ii; Meadv; common to
l liolee. ;i..!Viil. (j. ,
IH'HAi.o. . , '
' ( An i.i-.-Miitke dull) fcjjtna euiiK
t.Jt'j;.TU; lair t ) fioi.d nut ve
htiii.i1ov Pti.-"iK. S Ofi r li.-lit I titch-
IP, (4.154.411; rto Kern, (:.::fi
MH.KI' Muik't vv ali: eoiuniKi to fair,
.'l.'i'i; jjuol 1 1 eiioi i', fa.Ko i.i.'Vi; etm,
V'fii)i.ip; ittiiii, eomtnou to pi-unn, 4..1jt,
lloos Market htronv; (food to
elinlee Vorkf;, .".:.Vj..".i; tutteliiTS' prudes,
ViMitfiMx all Mld.
KANSAS CITV. ; . ,
CATTi.K-Ki'enii.is. l.idU; irmrket weuic aud
fJow; comiiii.n Texan idinoM itpsalulilii:
native teeif'. I to l.rJil pounds nirnie,
tS.VW.ZS; lo. ICUto l.luti iuili mernioi.
U-'".': ft I'kers and lei ilors, f'l D 1(14. jn;
enws. f lMU.'iM; tfrHW Te.vits steers lower at
t i'-i .&.
llofiR-lteeftiiitB. 7,ri; iiiHrkel llruioraud fo
l i.'lier; liitlit, i ..4.WS'.V); henvv, mill mixed,
175; steady und uu-
Money and Stock Market.
Nf.wYiW. Aunit I. Mony enslor m 'VH3;
Pwr. SfatHi liar- sliver. Jluv ' Kxrlmnw
llondy; 4K141 lou r, 4t'!ils4 "hort: (.ov
ei inm-nt firm; Huuosiinlev. Itailwavs hljr'ier
rmi Itonr. StriiOtn nnnr and ili-oiildjiy hlirh.
er 1 In- hour. esr nilildHY a riwU'iu itt
k lo 1 1 took (liner.. 'rtltO', l'M; 4 IlL'j,!
4'. V.ii ; I'lie'llc ll v. TJ.'i. Moks npomtil Urtn,
Mei.U . ntnil ti-i0 '. JAiulmiili .v Aiieh i.lo.
New oik Onlj-ul, I,iekiiWHiin;i, Kimnn A
lens. nml rm.u, Vuni whirh fr loef
L'u'i ."2 n Stv decUil n in.lon
H'muK I Duuilnr In ,,u,nr Ht.ck jiained
-tronyhiiylnifmnomMSt, u,t 1,1 k,, d,,.
OAIUO liULLfcTIN: SATURDAY JMOHNING, AtJrtUST
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Tho Daily Bulletin.
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who are not in arrears .
FOU 20 CUNTS 1EH WEEK,
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Xo reijtietion for payment in advance, but
if subscribers prefer to py yearly or half
yearly iu advance, they can do so without
eitri charge. 1 , , ,
Tuu BuixtTis wi.l contain am, the lo
cal news without fearer favor, nml six cd
minis f tclei;rapU news 13 hours in ad-
vhiM-eiof il.c St, Louis morning papeis.
UKA'KKAIi- LOitAl. ITEMS
Miss Norah Buckley is ependit.g a few
weekj with friends in Belle City, Ills.
Last Saturday, Digit, 'in Des Moines,
Iowa, I", ur Luuilred Ueiiiiaus organized a
Cleveland ami llemliif ks club.
I. B. Hudson is at home from Ins
plantation m Chicot county, Arkansas, ou a
few vfeeks visit to his family in Cairo.
'once-I'iist due Bccounts will be
thauiifully received by Win. M. Davidson.
: : tf
j he "O.ik Halt" c!o(hin liousn is well
adverti;ed iu die way of signs. The nime
can he read fioiu all diiections In "ioud"
letttk ' '
-Tluus Jay night a irl baby was born
uutojMr. aud Mrs. Mitiu Walsh, on Ttli
street. Mie is the first and Martin natural
ly hic's much chtecl.
A Cleveland and Hendricks club I. as
beerij nrgnnized at Whitewater, Mich., which
includes in ;t3 membership fifty seven for
mer I ilepuhlicailS. ,
i Metropo'is citizen : was yesterday
fine J and cosfs for being drunk' the (Uy be
fore aud was given twenty-five minute?
iu w'liioh to leave the city for Lome.
The Ciiro Chaiitv Association, will
hol'l their regular monthly meeting this
afternoon ct 4 o'clock at Temperance Hall.
A full attendance is desired. Mrs, E. C.
Forfl, Secretaiy. .
rs. John H. Oberly &ni one of her
talcitod daughters aro managing the cdito-
rlaldepartineut of the Bloomington Bulle
tin, Iwliile Mr. Oberly is' devoting all bis
tin.p to the Dotuocratic caiupaii;u in . IUi
noij. It is not necessary to tell sny one
here tliat the B. B. is ably edited.
--'Hie l&ttxit repotts of the Illinois Ve
pa: iintf.t of Agriculture cover nearly COO
poi its in the State, and give encourage
mtiit for a larger crop of com than has
beejn produced in the state for several years.
Tbe crop is generally in a good State of
cultivation, and the stand is above nr- aver-
1 . .
-f-MiS:Oa. Hotsnian & Fry, the new
clothing linn, have rented the house of Mr.
V. jKcisser, corner Eighth Street aud . Com
mercial 'Avenue, and will move their stock
of jdulhiug from the corner of InxUi Street
iu'p this buiklirg.: A force of men ate
hoiv engaged iu m.iking extmiiiv.: rejiairs
anil improvements on the house.
-Hon, F. E. Albright arrived iu tin: city
j last evening, on his way to JXow BurnHide,
wlerc he has bii etigageuierit to meet Capt.
TIomas,in a joint discUffion on the issues
qfjthe day.- Itu Las been steadily at work
all the time and will keep tin: put boiling
in!differeu( parts of the district until tho
close of tlic campaign, and then he will do
likevTiso iu Congress. '
I At a 'meeting in the council chamber
lait night tlie street c- tnniittce discussed
various matters of minor importance, among
tlvcni the buildiug of a wire fence along
Xiew Levee Street, the cntting of weeds
fom slopes of the levee, etc. At a meet
Uip the night beforo - the same committee
appointed Mr. Jno. M. Hpg.m street com
lijissioner, subj"Ci to the a iroval of the
cwy council next Tuesday night
t j Jonesbon Oszctte: "A tt unp from
Vickbburg arrived in this t it v last Saturdav'
havidg bdiU put oil a rtenuiho.t at Will
ard's Landing on Friday night. Ho called
al Dr. White's office ami compUiued of be
ing sick, aud some of the symptoms' were
indicative vf smallpox, when fiiestioned
he said he hud been exposed to thut disease.
The doctor a lvised t.im to go to St. Louis
and enter n hospital. The trump meander
ed toAnm, and wu learutlmt he was Bent
to Cairo on Tuesday." But why uhould hi
have bon sunt to Cairo? Do the authont
its of Auna regard Cairo as the pest-house
of Southern IlluioiB.'f .
i In special local.! appears a notice from
the new firm of Fry 00 Bowman, inform
ing th'J public that these young men have
ooiue into possession of the "Famous Cloth
ing House," comer Sixth and Comnierc'ul
Tho firm is composed of Mr. John Fry and
Mr. Louis Kos.?niHii, both of whom have for
many years catered to the public in various
brauehes of business. They are both young
tiientfmucli business experience, of ener
Sty, integrity and of pleasant disposition
and with whom it will be a pleasure to do
business. They deserve a liberal pntronHo
and will doubtless get it.
1 1 . .. .
i ! Mr. W. S. Boger, tho I'rohibitim del
fcgatu to tho rroliibition Convention that
nominated T. MVLoguti in',lS3, present
candidate for the Illinois Legislature on
ii ! ! !: ,1 ' ' ' '
the Hepublicin ' ticket, ami one of. . th
30 rolMeg' of Jno. A. Logan, tt civil
service' roform candidate for Vice Presi
dent oj" the U.S. ou the Hepubliran ticket,
vh'i have been given lontj pulls st the jjiub
lic teatf was in the city a dny or so ago;
and he'said, with the conlldeiicc of one au
ih'vriztilto spfiaV for the party, that the
I'rohiljiiiou party of this Congressional aud
Senator Districts would place candidates
eif their wiv in tho tk'M for next Novem-
1 i ? w f ...... i t
ber'a ijeclioo.ii ,' : ' i - ' j ' .'',;' !
Sijrgeant W". II. Bay of the signal office
here, received official nntico yesterday that
his request to be relievo i from hero and
stationed elsewhere, had been favorably
acted Upon by the department, and that Ills
smtci por here had bicn selected. But who
his siicccs-Mir wou'.d be, or the date when
thechnnfju is lo take effect, was not stated.
It is sometime since MrsBay requested to
be transferred to some poiut near to where
Mrs. Hay's relatives reside. He has been
with us upwards of six years, during which
his tiiends have come to be numbered by
the thoiuaiiifs in, this community. He has
been very accommodating alwuys, and his
calculations arc tiarded by the general
public w h i,rre:it oonlidence by reason of the
unfailing accuracy with which they have
been made. He will probably be witli us
seveiil wieksyet and take his departure
fur a p. int where, let us hope, his services
and his manifold good qualities will be as
high!' appreciated as they are here.
Thii campaign is now fail ly tqfU. The
DeiiH'cratic Statt nnd National Committees
have chosen their officers and are about
ready ti bpgin iit'tations. Thu party 'iu'
the jural districts tliou'.el be prepared to
lend intelligent and effective support. The
orir'ioization ol campaign clubs tliouUl be
effected ss rapidly as possible. Lcli Haven
already has a young men's Democratic
club excellently orgaiiizi'd. It is prepared
to Id v Iiant sr 1 vice for the cause and will
be always ready to turn out. There are
matij' more young men in the city who will
soon join the ranks. But as we have al
ready asserted, there should be an organi
zation in every election precinct -in the
county.: The sooner this work ie under
taken the belter it will be. Let some active
person take the matter in charge in each
election precinct and give'a littia time in a
(on I cause. No party can bopd to succeed
witlpiut .thorough,..' vrganiz'tfion. This is
easy of obtainmeut if a few men will givo
a little time to it. A'ter clubs are started
and officer are cho4en tiny will run them
selves.' But the interest has to be aroused
by a few. The Btate committee desires to
'et reports from all pnrt3 of the Etate 9
oftec as possible. This can be furnished
thrdugh the medium of clubs better than
by ny other mcaus. Iet the Wnik becom
meijced and let clubs be found in all the
election districts in the country. The sec
ictaries of such clubs are requested to send
theiparficuUis of their ortjaniz itiou to The
Another Tattoo Mark.
A Bit of Secret Ilistorv.
5Ir. Charles H. Bergner, of Hamburgh,
'ennsylvania, a prominent lawyer of that
city, has declared he will not support
line. This is his reason, as jjiven in a
fpecial to the Pittsburg Post:
"It is commonly believed," said Mr.
Burgnir, "that Mr. Blaiue was defeated
for the nomination in 1S7G because he was
'obnoxious to the Cameron riiiff. There is
nothing further from the truth, and the
culy color for the statement lies in the
fact that Senator Cameron was opposed to
liitn. His delcat was accompanied by a
disclosure made by William M. Kemble,
woo was a delegate from the Fourth dis
trict, Pliilitdelpbia, and had no reference,
dij-ect or indirect, to the relation between
Sijnator Cameron and Blaine.
"After tho sixth ballot had been com
pleted," continued Mr, Berner, "it became
evident that the issue would be decided on
the next. The Pennsylvania delegation
hid been voting for John F. Hartranl't, in
obedience to the resolutions of the tdato
convention. In order that the State might
make itself felt in the succeeding ballot,
ttjo, delegation withdrew for consultation,
while they were engaged there the late
Morton McMichael and Gen. Bingham ad
dressed themselves earnestly to the delc-
L'ateB in udvocacy of voting for Blaine. At
the conclusion of Mr. McMichael's remarks
it was evident a deep impression had been
made. Just as the vote was about to bo
tikeu, Mr. Kemble arose. Ho asked the
delegates to pause in the matter, and gave
his opinion that the nomination ot Mr.
Blaino would bring defeat to tho party.
He referred to tho damaging stories that
would be told, and to the doubtful record
Mr. Blaine had made, during his public
life. He drew from his pocket two can
celled checks'and continued: 'I never had
any legitimate business transactions with
Mr. Blaine. The only relations wo ever
had arc represented by these two checks
they aro signed by me, mado payable to
his order, and indorsed by him and return
ed to mo through the ordinary channel of
such things.' "
"When. Mr. Blaino was Speaker of the
House of Congress, I wi9 interested in
nme pending legislation. I asked his as
s'wtanco in the way of favorable ruling. :
"Ho agreed to rule as I ftsked for $5,000,
I paid him the money with this check (ev
, hibiting tho IOOO check). Subsequently
ru rif 1 i iT'trir'T
' 1 a iua,v ,.iUJ2u9
livci'pix l and I.oiulou and Globe,
(ti'Tnittiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
fc'pririgiteld F. t 51. I us. Co .
How ard I us. Co., . ,
Farmer's m 1 us. Co, ,
Xiiigiu alns. Co.,
1 ' KAXJUK
1 1 1
tlauniiu?d Horlin and Agato AVaru,
Uinl Cages, Hath Tubs, yater Coolers &. Ice Cream Freezers.
j t r Ailafns- Wc.-tJnM W. (iastdino and (Jas Stoves, iletroit ' " '
i ru,' ! ,'; ),,rll,," ,,1,m, Mt'"' 1 1 Cl,ill,!a l'Iw.;ViiIkliitf Cultivators,)
, f ( oi ii .v'.i'llei s, I laiiti i s. I tc, htc.
rUl.'KI'UONE iNO. -JO.
' .M ; 1 1 1 : i -' i'.
C LOTH I NG HO USJlL
(Successors to Uoldstine & Rusenwatcr.)
A lugi and complete stock of Gents' Fnniishiiig Goods,
Hats, Caps, 4c.:, tVc.
Blaine c-.me to m t.n 1 demanded $2,500
more, and t wis o'.died to yield, and
made the second pajno-i.t with this check
(exhibiting the $'.',500 cluck,). Now, said
Mr. Kemble, 'I defy any man to tay that I
ever had any otij' r business transaction
witli B;u:r.e, and I defy any man to dis
pute the gei.niness of this e;i lorsement in
Blaine's handwriting. If lie is nominated
by this convention I will give thfse facts to
the public, and defeat is sure to follow. I
have no objection to buying a m in, but I do
complain that he wouldn't s'ay bought and
require d a second pay mint."
"The iff ct of this Kpefcb wa c'eotrical,"
continued Mr. B-rgner. "When Kemble
sat down he handed the canceled checks
around among the delegates and they were
examined carefully and critically. I had
them in my hand and am satisfied that they
were genuine. Immediately after the vote
was taken and the delegation decided to
cast its vole II aye?.. That vote decided the
issue against Blaine."
Mr. BergnerV friends assert that he will
vote f..r Butler.
While the balloting in th Chicago con
vention of 18S0 whs in progress General
Simon Cameron, alluding to the same mat
ter, said to a neighbor that it was evident
that the people weie for Blaine, but owing
to the evidence against him it would be
fate! to nominate him.
And Still Thev Come
A club of seventeen Republicans has been
formed in Mama, Macon c itinty, who will
vote for Cleveland. The Turner (German)
Society of Decatur, except two or three have
signified an intention of voting for Carter
Harrison, and probably for tho State ticket
entire. Twenty-two Republicans of Anna
Union county, have formed a Cleveland club
In BeUeville the Cleveland and Harrison
club numbers about 500 German Republi
cans. The Zeitung, of that place, formerly
Republican, has bolted. When the Repub
licans threatened to stait an opposition pa
per unless he "backed water," the editor
told them to go ahead, that he couldn't go
ngainst his principles. Iu NaBhville, Wash
ington county, Colonel Kruirlulf, cashier of
Tom Needle's bank, and a prominent Re
publican, admits to considerable grumbling
among the Republicans. The Democrats
laugh at the idea ol only "grumbling," and
say that seven-eights of the Germans will
vote their ticket from top to bottom.
i The State th ctlons to be held previous
to the Presidential election will be as fol
Alabama, first Monday iu August.
Kentucky, first Monday in August.
' Tennessee, Cist Tuesday in August.
, Arkansas, first Monday in September.
' Maine, second Monday iu September.
I Vermont, second Monday iu September.
Geoigia. first Wednesday iu October,
j OhiVsccoo,lN Tuesday (14) in Octuber.
West .Virginia, .j-scoqd 'Tuesday in Oc-
The! first foiir 'Males will vote Dcruo'craiic
V .. . .-.-- . .. ... v".
ty largo inttj iriMis. .Mainji ami v erulont
are classed ' afl . reliable Uepublican ' states,
Although front the Htnouotbf Vork'tliej
jiro doi'mr, ' tho , KHpublicoo'-soein - to be
afraid of losing tharihe lWi,Statvtjie
ier usyat J)eiri,or'.ujc mtlHirx&:0,hi is
rut in the cToabtfctiimiiii,Mit hfhan
ccs seem to be in favorof turfftcnubiicuna,
OAIJIO, 1 LL.
New ork Uiulerwrifcr's A"cuov
Gerniaii-Aiiioi kan Ins. Co.,
City of London, i .
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co
I 1 -ATT4 II r
i-ii i. t i
99 Kisrlith . Street,
t:. v. wiim.ocK,
1 'roprictf r
who have carried it every presidential
ye?r binco lbiO. West Virgin' will go
Democratic, although the Republicans af
fect to consider it a doubtful state.
Yesterday the sky was clear aud fair
nearly all over this district. Slight rain ,
w3 reported from Chattsuooga, Vicks
burg and New Orleans. The thermometer
ranged between 75 and 95. Barometer
generally below HO.
The Bvi.lrtin thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
71- j-0 A.M.
63- 1-12 M.
B3 Lu P.M.
SO j Midnight
Mr. Wui. Walker of Walker, Lemon &
Co., Melbourne, Australia, states that he
suffered with au acute attack of facial neu
ral'ia, and for two days had no rest; he
tried St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain cure,
and by two applications was entirely cured.
To Eepair Damajvs.
Dear lady, i hero is probably no uaj tell
ing you that fashionable life in a great city
is a rough cue on your beauty. Late hours
Ion of sleep and rxental excitement will
leave you by and by shorn of those beauti
fid tresses wnich drew lovers around you in
other years. Artificial substitutes can nev
er pass for those rich and glossey locks.
Parkei's Hair Balsam Will stop your hair
from falling out, restore its natural color
and softness, and provo cleansing and bene
ficial to the scalp.
?i)tlct'a in tlilo column varee lines or len ihtei ts
oneluiiertioo or $1.00 per week.
VOK SALE-TWO delrh loin on '-Ti'ti Htrect,
A Cetnluce Divieiou. Apply to Juo. A I'uore.
rpo TKACIEU.S.--Tlie Uanuaal Teachers' Jristl ,'
A tnte of Alcxan ur C'oauly will cuuvunu at the
High trlinol Dulldtiii! in Cairo, ou .Monday, Kept. !
1st, at 3 1'. M.. nnd continue on week, It will bo .
conducted tiv l'rof. Kaitur, or Noruiitl. The Statu
Hupt. will adilrtins the teachers vtitniu tho week.
Tuition (rue to nil who hitve puid tho vxttnluatlon
fue as required by luw. All who ixpect lo tvucb,
in this county the ensuing fU aud winter, arc re- ,
queite-d to attend. .Mrs. L. C. (ilXlBS,
(Jo. Sjnpt. School!.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would ri'fpectfully announce to tho citizens of
Cairo, that t nave opened and am curryluir ou a
first class luundry id the rear of Winter's Block,
on Seventh Street, whero I tin prepared to do nil
kinds of work la my line In a surerlor and work
manship 'tylu, di'fylrix competition and nt
reasonahle lli;iires. All work irnaranteed and
prompt paviueut If any c"orln arn lost. )
N.B Enlrsnceto laundry, throm;li tliourlvHte
entrance to the WTnlur'slllock. , i Jll SinJ
Leavf f (iafroiti Ji'. .'Kiuubi XvMA '&, find
will remain at Mound City throe or tour boars,
BlTln all who wish an opportunity lu vlsHthia
iiouif Cemetery. , . ... ,,. ., , ,
Fnr U-r tim Honnd 'jpijs
OUtlUtjt'Ji, l'PO.---;;;';;.eM; ,7, ...',.... ,
rirrnff volirthllrtrettoiit for n alrbbn wheol vour