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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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'B. A.Bnraett Cairo IllinoU "
ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEX-
Headquarters of Democratic State Central
Committee, Springfield. Ill , March IS, lstf.
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic state convention will be held at
Springfield on Thursday, the 10th day of June,
lr0, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to appoint delegate to
the national Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the ir'nri day of June, ISSO, and to
nominate candidates for the following state otllces,
Secretary of ''tate.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also for the purpose 'of nominating presidential
the . deietraies will be instructed by the
14 w lifrt(rma tt tha loot nntlntiol rinnnntinn
tion of the two-thirds mie.
craiic party in principles aud and sympathize with
iu onjecta are invited to participate in sending
delegates to the convention
The several comities will be entitled to one dele
eato for every four hundred votes, and ouc delruntc
lor every traction thereof In exress or two hundred,
uasea on tne vole casi lor uaiimei j. i uacn in lo,
T. W. McNEEEV,
A. OrfENiioiirf, Chairman.
A German newspaper denies that Cis
xnarck thinks of retiring from office. The
chancellor is said to be growing fond of his
ministerial duties, and hopes to be able to
devote more time to them hereafter.
Secretary Evarts wants congress to ap
propriate $30,000 to entertain his majesty
Somdech Phra Paraminder Maha, of Siam,
who was invited by Grant to come over and
enjoy the hospitalities of our government.
This is a little steep. Kalakaua's entertain
ment coat a good deal, but he of Siam has
an immense passion for costly fireworks,and
$50,000 is entirely too much to burn up for
his delectation. Give him $10,000 and an
When Grant was being "received'' br
thc heathen and Christian dignitaries of the
old world, he invited a few of them to return
his call whenever they might happen to be
in this country. The first to accept thc in
vitation is the heathen king of Siam. Of
course, it wa9 all very well for Grant to re
ciprocate the hospitalities ot these great
men, tendered him while he was roving
around the globe. Rut their entertainment
will be one ot tho heartaches of the third
term electioneering dead-head trip. Secre
tary of State Evarts asks congress to appro
priate $30,000 tor the entertainment of tho
the Siamese king. How long this country
will be put to the expense of entertaining
these dead-head acquaintances Grant pick
ed up in his tramp around the world is hard
to say. Probably we will gut through in
The negro depositors in the Ercedmeu's
bank should remember thut the kind Re
publicans who were appointed to "wind
up" the affairs of the wretched institution,
which plundered the negroes of several
millions of dollars, only continued the
system of plunder by pocketing $53,000 in
salaries and spending $100,000 more on al
leged "expenses." Although the commi.
eioners know many of the parties who itolo
, the money of the negroes, they do not pro-
pose to prosecute anybody. They want
their fat offices continued, with the same
" chances for "good stealing" enjoyed during
the past six years. Every dollar taken in
alary from tho Frecdmen'i bank wreck is
dollar stolen. . This institution, the
, robbery of tho negro during its existence ,
and the robbery of the npgro since, are
products of the Republican party.
DELEGATE DOWNEY'S DITTY I'ROftREflS
I.E018LATION rROSPECT OK ADJOURN
MENT BY THE 1ST OF JULY. .
From our Hegul.rCorrcepoiijlent.
Washington, May4tu, 1880.
The District of Columbia oppropriation
bill without any material amendments
I.. n1 1... .1... 1 - .. rr
F133 uy uie iiuusb on mesuayin
shape reported by the appropriation com
mittl,. m of .., WI put.
house ahead of its appropriation committee
in tho H5.n,itl, M..s t.,
ation bill to report, nor will it have any
this week. Next week it is expected that ?'e W-fver, never, never. The mi
...... . ...... , . niosa like nature of a detective, where the
mo u-miauvf, eiecuuve, auu juiuuiui oin
will bo completed aud reported, to be fol
I 1 1 , .. ....... i i r 1 1 prii I...
luur nuiiruiH'lUUUU U111S VC
four appropriation bills yet to be reported,
viz: The lecislativc. executive, and ud c
j, , , ., . jii i
ial, tho postal, the river and harbor, and tho
general deficiency. None of these bills
will contain anv riders. Should tlio urosi
acnt slSn 1110 aruiy antl the immediate
I .1 111 a.1 11 3 1
ueuticucy uiii, mere is a wen grouutiea oe
llfif flint nnnrvrrtca will ftfllrmrn rjinA ill., in.
juiyisi. it, However, lie vetoes tliese
Dins, ana tne democrats again lock liorus
., t. , ,
witii iuv i.resiuem, oi course uie nnai au-
juuruuieui wUi uc uuuiyeu. mere are con-
: 4 ii l.- 1.1 i mi
flicting rumors a3 to what the president
will do. A good many Kcpublicans say
that he will veto both bills, but no one who
makes the statements has other than mere
belief to base it upon. The friends of
General Grant hope that vetoes will be forth
i . ....
coming, for they indulge in the belief that
, . , ., .. ..
sucn course on tuc part oi tne president will
.. .. . . . .
Stir up tlic democrats, provoke a sectional
.1.1.. 1. 1 Al. a. U 1 i
ueuaie, anu uie nei result will be to
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"'"-"B""-" muuo iuuss.
The Democrats generally believe that thc
DrpgiJent w,ll sirn both bills lmraiKf. l,n
president win sign boui bins because he
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O;no,1 lout v.ir'. nrmw wn n-:ti, :
c.0 n.u luumi-
cal amendment which is in this year's, and
that he will sign the deficiency bill because
the marshal's amendment was originally
offered by General Garfield, and is really a
The present liouse of representatives has
been made the victim of deliberate imposi
tion on the part of its Own members, SO
. .. - . - . . ,
that the existence of a mania may fairly be
suspected. Mr. Acklen of Lou.s.ana, first
snowed symptoms ol it in February, when
he presented aud got printed a report pur-
porting to come from the committee on for
cign affairs, but in reality an unauthorized
concoction of his own, and that he has not
recovered is proved by his introduction last
week ol a bill having no relation to the re
port which was supposed to accompany and
justify it, and which on investigation turn
ed out to be a plagiarism from Chiet Jus
tice Marshall in a famous case to be found
in the law books. The contagion reached
the delegate from Wyoming territory, Mr.
Stephen W. Downey, who introduced a bill
"providing for certain paintings on the
walls of the national capiiol" namejy, to
commemorate "thc birth, life, death, and
resurrection of Christ, as told in tho lour
Gospels, aud, ou the following day, was ac
corded permission to print his "argument''
in favor of the bill. A week ago this argu
ment appeared, covering thc first
fifteen pages of the Congressional Record,
and copyrighted by the author. It consist
ed of a poem entitled "The Immortals," in
Wyoming blank verse, interspersed with
metrical quotations from Dante, Tennyson.
"Thc Rock of Aires." etc.. and adorned
with a pictorial emblem.
MELIKOFF'S METHOD OF CONVEY
N. Y. World.
General Loris Melikofftook a novel, in
genious and diverting method of conveying
w me czar me intelligence or . Jlladezky s
attack on his MclikotTs life. As soon
as the would-be assassin had been arrested
and conveyed to prison tho dictator drove
to the winter i)alace and craved an audience
of his sovereign, whom he had quitted
but two hours earlier. An ho entered
the reception chamber his majesty, sur
pised at his request for a second interview.
greeted him with "Well, Mclikoff, what
fresh tidings do you bring?" "I am come, I
sire, to accuse my sun ot a misdeed, and at
uie same time to solicit your majesty's par
don." "What luiB happened ?" "I have
committed a highly blnmable action. In a
word, I have boxed a man's t ar. in tho nuli-
lic street." "Is that, then so grave an of
fence?'' "That depends, sire, to a certain
extent upon how your majesty may please
to take it. The only excuse I have to off.-r
is that the man llred at me, which circum
stance it also my duty to report to your
A 81IA1U FEMALE DETECTIVE.
When a woman wants to dec eiv n man
sho is inclined to deceive him by fcitruinir
....t .vi mm. i no retison sue would proo-
..l.i iv-.i ' . .. . , . .. . 1 . I
l,. F,. l.;, tn ... , , w
jr wiuu iur , , s llm uy Uu ,clgning
she can bind Ins judgnunt and suppress
Phcarson : hn. been some timii.imii,ivi.i i
.s. uuiuvit mnic iuu-
tho Commercial Detective Agency at St.
Joseph, Mo.; is about thirty, tall, slender,
has dark hair and eyes, is attractive in per
son, and has most engaging manner. Some
time since divers western rnllwnv.. Mm f'M.
cago and Mock Island, aud lluriiugt and
liuincyumong others.founilthat n greatmnny
couutet-feit local ticket on their roads hull
leen put in circulation, and they employed
Detective Murray; of Chicago, to discover
the counterfeiters. He entered ou the
work, apparently with much eagerness, cx-
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
pressing confidence that ho could soon traco
out the guilty ; but he really made no prog-
rcss. l hen tno corporations encaircu Nel-
lio to assist him, and she did assist him
vigorously. In a few weeks sho had reason
to suspect him of tho crime; but, iu order
to biinu linn to Her suspicion, she pretend
ed to have lallen madly in love
with him. Tho pretence wheedled him
completely, and in a short sho had collect-
was e(1 overwhelming evidence nsainst him.
il.. Cl.nnAl t....!1...!,! l.-.l .. t
mo i dci huij icu mm, nu ien iuio u, nrm
- 1 " ... , B mS nwci.
thc - -- - ;
that he can endure discovery and disgrace;
J but to bo betrayed in the sacred name
love WOUllds his tendorosr .,.nil!lit,V to
116 mav commit fresh crimes
again whenever he can ; but he can never
Holy emotions are concerned, cannot bo di
- Tined by ordinary mortals.
, tlNCHO-QciNiNE,' Prepared by Blll-
ings, Claim & Co., chemists, Boston. Mass..
- ' superior to, anna pence: substitute tor
1110 oupnate uuiniue, because it is a con-
cmtrJum nf ',...,,,,,, nf r..,n
Bark. The dose is the same; it produces
no disagreeable effect: it is cheao. and al
ways standard m quality; and ma physi
ciana mnrf'trirn nri'tor it Kn h .inr it
iietter Iimes. The business revival
",iU ULW era oi prospenty wnicli is now
., ,rm. 'i u.'V.. ' .7 ",v
I .unwiciu IIUMILII UIlll 11 .'1 Illll 11 OtC COfltl ll I M'
tne land, ana is one of the results obtained
.i , . .n...vvuUni
ney and Liver Cure. 'The changes wrought
by this remedy," says Ilev. Dr. Harvey,
um mnu 1(;ss man niiraciuous.
liver, its diseases and their treatment sent
nee. inciiKiinfir treatises uiion vrr com.
I nlnmo t.; 1 i;- . i i ...
"lu"ls; piu liver, jiiunilice, biliousness,
oeaaacne, constipation, uvsdcds a. mnlnrin
etc Addre rir CnnfYiri iro i. i
Aa-rcs? iJr. banlord, 103 Broadway,
-ew 1 oik City, N. Y.
-p.,., 'ntv.. nr,,m ,r
! L i . . 'Mai,au-.
-hh. in send ineir ce ebrated K ri tn
V?laic Belts to thc afflicted upon M days
speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what thev sav. Write to th..m u-ith
... .1.1... J "" w uiunniin-
iLU 1Uj.uA 111 J
A TTrr-"Vmr a mr
4l j a .
Cl.UU ItT OOt 01 1 Jii'?! SlZPS.
f Thl pen will make a beautiful shaded stroke
""-""""- oue-quaneroi an inch in wdth.
never blots, and Is acknowledged bv all who have
I Used it tn hii uhiml .i a.,.. i.. . ,
lW, J. . k
............. .... ,,. U alJy KUU. m.pi, 0f,.)rrU.
anu PBiiipii; wriiinp. 10 .1. w . STOAKES. 3 'J'rl-
uuuu Killiuiu, VUIC.11'0, ilJS.
THE 0XLY MEDICINE
That Acts at the Same Time on
AND THE KIDNEYS.
1 hwo prj-at orran. .re the Natural cleansers oft be
u'Tmi If w"Tk b,'"h il te perfeel.
fJjj1Vmecloi.'i:cd. dreadful discuses -ire nirj
Bllllmisiir-. Hcoliirhe. l,..sa. .laun-lice. Con
ctijmn..j hi.,! ri.,; or Kidnev Complaints.
traye Umliet. Sediiuem In the
trine. Milky or Komv I'rine;
or Rheumatic I'ulns
arc develoMbcaiiM. the blood I- poisoned with
humors that should b.u- lie. n expelled nuturally
will restore- the heiiihy action and all these .1
1 housands have liimi fun d. Tn- it and von will
add one more to Mm number. Take it and henl
will once more uladdeii your heart. '
aimer ionKer iroin the tonuent of an achliif?
Whv bear Biw li illytw.ua f...-. .. . .. .,
1'llesf "-...r. iiuiii c onsupauon anu
f." '''"rft'lbei-.tisc- of disordered nrlnc!
i.i.r.i-niinT in euro yon . Try a iuckatro at
oucu.urihi-aiiHiini.il ' i'ucaa(,o at
It is a dry veyi'table compoiunl and
One piu-kiipe iimkes slxrjuarts ol' im-dlc-lue.
Vour drulst has It or will m It Tor vou. In
fist upon hiivliiB it. 1'rlce, flOii"
EI.I.S, HICHAKDSON & CO . I'roprietors
1 (Will send post paid.) I5urllnton. Vt
. . ,, , " ' v "rv
A VeL't-lublt-lireiinriitlon nnil Dm .,,,i ... .
(rormer V Ilr. Cram a li.!.,u i:.. .
, , world r.r'lllU(.lirH IlMEASE I A wSrSl
K'A1;1' Kll,NEV- UVKlUud Ciii.NAUv ins.
tt7 ror 1110 cure oi iikMiMT H nn,i ti, ,. ,f, .,
is.-. nil I for WARN EU8 HAFE K hv w v
KmiiwIIi'm are wild
y IH'iiggistM and
Dealers in Medicine
1MI. WARNER AO),,
Rot-iiKaTEu, New York.
""Hsiid for Tawphlei
hod Testliuoulali, .
"" Ailjr VJlVIIlil
43 YEARS BEFORE THE ITBLIC,
Dit. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "lor all
uie ins mat neMi is Heir to," but in afltc
.V I I a A . 1 . . .
of " ' and..?1 D.llious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
uiseaM's ui mat cnaracter, they i-tand with
out a nviu.
AGUE AND FKVEH.
V !... .i . .
ut-hit ciiuianic can be used rirenara.
torv to. nr !! tnVinn
as a simple purgative thoy are unequaleci
BEWAKE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never siif ar-iiontcl.
- ..sX. JC,UVax 6.eai 0D tllc. M
- cb .
n . "&" v.
r r t t1 """"b t;-u"ii! wk.
y. -uiuut, 8 liver prepared by
FLEMI5IG BEOS., pfttsbnrffh, Pa.
tU m,,u i,i fi, p ....... .
1 M.M.nvb LlillV JUli 11 1 III I I ill I HUH n Till
. " . " ' -
Udme -"ane, speiied diilercntiy but fime
I'lANOS AND ORGANS.
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rlAtlS AM llli-rAV
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Rpf'ni'fi nnr A Iviywd Jti T.-ii,. ,
x,-iUit' vllT l dlH 6 111 1 1'K'OS
Lnn tit d x-t - ......
PIANOS SUO to $400!
An new ana strict Crs;-r:(,(.s, 8Ba to.'d ut the
I, V,,,,., .L .r. J. I"
uni-SI nt'I Ctttll WhOil-Ha.P till Inn- l.n..u .I ...i .
Hs'ly" thc Cincinnati Inhibition, anil
The y jure t.rundp coLluiu
New Tatent Diij-lex Overstrung Scale"
wnirn !s nrkr.nvi- i iun A K. .1 -
thonty to he the greatest improvi-mcnieverput Into
a Square I'liino. produclnp the most astonishine
in' quality never before .liaited. being u -(irau'd
f..,..., "niuirr CUll UVIMll til Ilillt. unn uliatoi,.
The Mendelssohn Uprights
AP.E TUE FINEST1F AMERICA.
i iey are pronounced the "I'lanos of thj Future.'
I lie L I'riL'hl haj a niori. rinu.Tf'ni ....... .1. 1.
Ti. . . .
out the entire kh:v. a Iolj-ct ' snatiintd sinning
quality, aiifliter and more responsive! touch and
1,1. n uuiuDimy ana anility for Mandins: in t-ine
cedeihe ordinary square piuno in tl.le couiilrv.is li
lm already dune iu England. '
.r- LUIll rum IllirilV UI'MIIIIM IT Tn i.nt r.i u .
r.veav cti'Mssohn I iirisht IMiinohaa th" vcrv
: h'-st PATENT IHII-Iif.l.: Iifi-i n i v.: 1. . . , i
u . Vr" ' V, ''i'ressly for u in l'urla, France.
. ' -i'"i nL,r. nr.i
, T!L'V f . . .-..,l.,'. I . -11.1
Hi 111 I'ur.s, France,
entirely by our-elves
"in ,'i.uus in mane eni
Xrt"- m' 59 & 98 W. 57th
St., o8.B,0. IM2, Co t 800 UCb' i 1170
I Oth Avenue.
Now tte finest and lurj;cst iu the world.
..... r ,.i jauur wuien nave stood the teat
OVER 12,000 1XU.SK
1 very llano fully itrruritril lor Five Year?.
We are now mr.klnE all our I'lanos entirely of
VULCANIZED U JIER.
The ereult-MtdiHcrivepv nf tiw. u.,,.. i',.j - .
ili-red iinpenshulilo. shrinking diet ::ink- or warp-
."t lllljuipsuiie, UI1Q .SlllCllpalllf 01 Hhsorbiiii; niois
turras yulcanlzeij rulibtr. The ii creased hard
iit ss and loiiL'Iniess of the woi'il nr,..ilii.'..M ,.
"in 1 tout: iriuy woniierilil. 1 he process t'l vnl
cunl.ina is done by machinery I'Stahlisln-ii at oUr
.... ... . .... . . t " -1 r,"i
. t' i"n. mm we nine me exclusive conlrn! 01 tue
piilent l'"r plana uiaklnK which, together with 01. r
oth-r luteins utid improvejiients. im ludluy .Vaibu
slo k s implex OverstrunK scale, render our p.uuos
v.vij .triei luu
Best and Finest in the World!
In tin- croud result of streia-tb. durability, rc'.i.
Iiillty. and ability for standln; In tune, v'oluiiie,
power, resoiiunce, brllliuncs. swee'ners. svnipba
t h'tic and aintfni? quality ol it,Li', cvi-lw-ss
throiiehoHt. the entire scale, dt liciu r uul eias'scitv
of touch, and beuuty ofilnlsh, the '
PIANO STANDS WITOl'T AN EQl'AL.
I'lanos sent on trial. Don't (all to w rite lor Illus
trated and Descriptive Culitloeue uf 4 pa-es-malled
JUBILEE OR GAS'S
Are tlie Dest in tlie World,
TpOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
JL' STKA T FliT'riP
Vulcan Ikox Wokks
99 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. Ills.
John T. Kennie.
HAVIN'O ostahllshed his works at tho nhovo men
tloned plac Is better prupnn-il than ever for
manufacturing Hteam Knirlnes and Mill Machinery
llavlin . Hteam Hummer and ample Tools, the
m.nufnctiiro of all kiuils of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Hrldjto Fiiridniri matle n srive.lulty,
Especial .tlontlun Kiveu to repairs of K; -lues and
Brass tasting" of .11 kludn mado to ordei
Pipa K ttlug lo aJl H brancbet.
MAY C, 1880.
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