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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNINtf, MAY 4,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TMY MOftKlNS (MOHDATi KC1PTBD).
K. A. Burnett.
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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVBN-
Headquarters of Democratic Slate Central I
remmlttee, SprinpHuld, 111 , March 18, lSSfl.
T tka lmrtrtt(v nf Illinois:
8DriBe!doCna ThurX. ioTh'd.y of Tun":
1HKU. EllU O C OC, a. 1U., w nuiuiui un.. 1
18M, atlO o'clock, a. m., to appoint delegates to
1 1, ...IAv,,linn In h hf d 1
LUfl U.UUI1U IfriMUnnm. iwu.v..wu I
nominate candidates for the following state office,
Secretary of State.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also for the purpose of nominating presidential
electors. . ,
By directions of the last national convention
the delegates will he Instructed by the
state convention to vote for or against the abroga
tion of the two-thirds rule.
i,. Ki,i ri lnvli,..l nurtli-l'imtu in seudinu I
delegates to the convention
The several counties n ill 1
The several counties will De emiliea 10 oue ueio-
.t fur eviTV four hundred votes, an
uone aeicKHie i
. t .... tkn.nnrin awl. ua rt , M'rt hlinrlntH. 1
lr evtrj iratuu iiicivui m "-""'
based on the vote cast lor Samuel J Tiu.en m ib,tt.
A. ORENDonr?. Chairman.
The Democratic convention of Franklin
rr.nntv rpsolved to stand bv Morrison for
president, Oberly tor governor, Townshend
tor Congress, and Youngblood for the legis-
John Sherman should do his Ohio boom
tip in a nice soft covering, and lay it away
In snrafl sceuro nlftefi where it will bo free
from damp and moths. By so doing it may
be preserved for some time.
Biudlauch refused to take the oath when
ne Bteppeu into parliament, ue piaceu ms
objection on tho ground that he did not re-
cognize a God. II. is not to be censured
so severely after all. There is no evidence
on record that the Almighty ever recognized
The State Piegister says that Ex-Gov.
Palmer, who is the counsel for the bond
holders in the Sny Carte levee suit, has pre
pared in the case the most elaborate brief
ever written by an attorney in Illinois. The
brief will embrace one thousand pages of
printed matter. The case is one of great
interest and importance, involving the lia
bility of the lauds, protected by the levee,
for the payment of the bonds that were is
sued to construct the levco itself.
It is probable that one of the greatest
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will take place in a week or two. It is
said that thirty Uiousami miners, employed
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in uic lieuigu, uunug uuu j.acKawanna
coal regions, have concluded to quit work
if thuir demand for hiirhor wacm. i, not
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strike have been going on tor a month or
more, and arc now about completed. There
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are grave fears that the threatened difficult-
ip will not be Settled without blooiklunl.
The Louisville Courier-Journal was one
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Ul iu Biruuucsv nuvouiiiirs ui inu ouililliv
law recently enacted by the legislature of
Kentucky. It is probable that it will havo
occasion to regret its action. The 'iyor
of Louisville is iy no means lavoraoly in-
clined to the Courier-Journal, and ho an-
Bounces that Tub purpose is to enforce tho
Sunday law strictly. He means by that
.l.i i.. a.,tii ..iir., .1 ni-, ,.-pt tt. ........
mm lie "in p.." u iu uUnl.j.-
nor office, on Sunday If the mayor car-
uvi vuin. v. -......j. "'i"i
ries out his annouueed purpose, it is dilD-
cult to see how the t'ouner-Journal or any
of the other journals of the state can get
oat an edition on Monday mornings.
THE BEST MAN.
The Dilletin i8 untrammelled and free,
to support any mnn for tlio office- of gover
nor that tlio Democratic party may nomi
nato. It is not pledged, in nny manner, to
contributo to tlio nomination or election of
anybody; but, being a Democratic journal,
it cannot help but feel an interest in uiid
work for the success of that party.
Hence it is our duty to contribute as
much as possible to the selection of a
strong aud an able man as the Democratic
standard bearer in this state.
Illinois should be a Democratic state. It
should give the nest Democratic candidate
for governor a very decided majority and
it will if it is properly attended to and the
strongest man placed in the field. Since
1860 it has been too much neglected in pres
idential elections. Had one-half the work
which has been done in Ohio been dono
here, Illinois would have been an undoubt
ed Democratic stitc long ago. "Wo can
easily curry the state if we will work for it.
Dut we must work right. Wc must begin
by a strong organization from Galena to
Cairo, and by maintaining that harmony in
our ranks throughout tho state which now
. f 1TnW(,vnr much discord mnv Prevail
In the Republican party beforo the election
- and thero CXIsts much just now-we must
not caicuiaic upon u.e.r cun:.iuu i wa-
nnco fni flint firfl fl 11 nit fltl f'loptifm (lflV. liml
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a unitea loe can oniy ue vanquisneu uy a
united force on our part. To obtain unity
0f thought and action, we must nomin-
rally without any fear of being put to shame,
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The OlIlCO Ot governor IS ttlC most important 1
any other man, will depend the success of
tho Democratic ticket, we believe
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. . lp.,t .. . . t(1 i ,t To u,, 8UCcl'SS-
fl b. n,.t f . man of ablUty,
honesty, energy and popularity. Such a
man found, good judgment in tlie seloction
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.f .rilM. f.r .he offlco. ..u,d bo Sd
..:.!. U n(T,. n n !1Qtf
and then with the proper effort on the part
.r ,.. ,i),nn in thn ct jto I
' wumj uicnuiiaiiuu '"'-
Illin019' will .ntolln. as a Democrat!
As we have already said, wc will support
the Democratic nominee tor governor,
whoever he may be, but we must be per-
mittcd to say that Hon. John II. Oberly is
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our choice-not only ours alone, but the
choice of many ot our contemporaries, all
over the state. This isamply attested by the
numerous complimentary editorials which
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u.v. vu. .v .u v.. ..v.....CT . .
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Ta .n 11 D v.r u a 111,1 nnhtni nnn rlt in
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j3 a mau 0f fiDe abihtj', pos-
-ssing a .thorough knowledge ofevery-
tllin? tllilti PWtains to scsniaiibinp ana
P" affairs generally, of unblemished
character and sound Democratic principles.
j us record can noi uu uuuckvu. iiu una
been true to the people's interests and dis-
tinguished himself in every trust with
which the people have honored him.
Thrnmrli nil tin? st:i-rM of his career he
carried the same inborn qualities that have
made him so successful and so many
friends. As a workman in the printing of-
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ieisiator aH grand master of the Odd
u.iinwa f Tii,r.,-,ia nn.l n rnilrrm.l nn.l
waWl0Use commissioni;r) h? provcd himself
a success a leader always and gained the
esteem and annlausc ot the people of Illi-
nois. behave yet to hear the first well-
founded objection that might be urged
against him and wc have the best of reasons
for the belief that should he be nominated,
Ins election and Democratic victory in Illi
nois would be ussured.
A POINT WELL MADE.
A workingmau, in the following corres
pondence to the Stuto Itegistar, takes to
task the State Journal for attempting, as he
6ays, to identify Mr. Oberly with the so-
called "workingmcii's movement" in
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111 11IU llttBl IVW 1111)9. J. IJU1U Hi.liwt .1 I
lusious in tho State Journal, to Hon. John
H, oberly, evidently Intended to injure his
ciiuuxi- w me Ku"Lru"1"'""
iiio journal attempts to ltienuiy Jir. uu
r, ,,, , - .,,, llll,,. ;,,,,,
movement" in Springtleld. Against this,
I V.1 1J T1VH tllV OU VH1 v. MUiniiUiuiii U
as a friend of Mr. Oberly, I wish to protest
In a broad kense, ho is emphatically a
M-u-ort n.rtniin'u rum i nti.'' Vnnv work.
ingmen of his own political house-
"P1'1 W(,u1,1 be P1(-'a8ua. V 'ave
1 mm secure uiu nuuiiijiiuuii, nun
WwuM work for hi(J ccction with Zl,uli 1Io
I iu In tlin ln.ul iumun u "mnn of tint Ucrililii."
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ue is hii imnoraoio man, uiiu, uiercioie, u
i luiiiuumcu wiui uio ijwuuu nwi imiikhihu o
a !..n.j i i i.
i uiuvt'uiriiL in r,iiriiiL.iii;iii. wnii:n ih nuunn
to have for its spokesman a band of unprin
C1l)lud "ringsters," bound together by iron
Uors of their trades union. From his long
and Bteiulfust connection with tho Typo
nlVD, UUt tho Journal must bo awnrn Un
. T - , , 0 uog. c
i nii'iits in Ptirintrlin il waa not net on loot liv
tho "tradu unions." It was one of the dark
I .fiiifini.m rti t i
schemes of tho "Brotherhood Of the I nlon
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I if IVirtlt A mnt'im " nn nvtrnnViat Wtn lliaf
Mr. oberly, I ,u sure, will not relish to bo
accused ot fraternizing with. . U is tucro
pineal union, and tho high positions he i pU? I k II ISi'-do
u atxi-iimijiy uuvu u n viik-i w i r l r r is men. .Many in
, Mr. Oberly is entitled to, Tr 1? smount
nni,.... .1. Il.l....- C ..,1 .in:n'l ... II,VU' "P "U
vuj'MO US'- VUIIllVlll,; VI i&iMM UlllV'U I
fore rather unfair in tho Journal to seek to
tarnish his reputation nnd to lessen tho es
teem entertained for him by tho workers,
by "covertly insinuating" that he officiates
with the gang of ringsters claiming to speak
for the workingmen of Springfield.
The following ideas from the Philadel
phia Press, aro correct:
"When the doors of tlio schoolliouae close
in the afternoon upon tho school children,
they should literally close out from them
all that pertains to school until the opening
next morning. A teacher should be a
teacher, not simply a hearer of recitations.
Lessons should be learned and taught at
schoolnever at home. The teacher has
no right to impose upon parents tho most
annoying part of her work. She lias no
right to take from the child a single mo
ment of the few hours it has out of school."
To which the Cincinnati Star wisely
"Tho hours ot an active schoolboy arc
not over long, it is true, but they are as
long as the average mind of a child should
be kept nt the tension of learning. The
lessons of school should be learned as well
as recited in school, and the home hours
should really be home hours unburdened
with school tasks. Childhood needs recre
ation, its rest, quite as much as it needs its
arithmetic, grammar and gcoraphy."
These extracts taken from the city and
country should be posted in every sehool-
house in the nation. Overtaxing young
minds is tho cause of more disease among
children than any one thing known to us.
Let school hours be devoted to study, and
then let the children free until the next
''Cixcno-QciMNK," Prepared by Bill-
ings, Clapp tSc Co., chemists, Boston, Mass.,
iflfiiinnrirtr trt nnd n rwrfrrt filllwtittltft for
I tlin Sin nli nt Ommnii liPPnilCP it Itt ft ron-
ccntration of all the alkaloids of Peruvian
mi. .1 a.
im a. inuuusuis me bwuc, ii. jiimuus
or mailed oa receipt of price, 1.50 per
VALt ur A uutJiUHD eJlVl.r.
few J orit .tieuicai itccoru.
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,:?SfSS3 m S
dinner , where he had succeeded, by hasty
eanng, in rouging a large usu-uuuu iu uu
i i , i i.
- t . .. 1 1 . J a- 1 I ..! 1
apbernalia designed to give relief, and bur-
ripiiiv rrnuiri'ii lo ins rooiii.
I found him
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rfing up and down the floor with a look
ally runninir his finccrs dowu his throat
and gauging. He told me, in tones ot e-
enaif tlwif lin 1 1 il 1 rvli t XVtia fill linWltll
i;irai but begged me, if the least glimmer
of hope remained, to proceed at once in my
efforts to relieve him. He extravagantly
declared, in the generosity of spirit begot
b the viTidncgglof his fea that ho would
mvc 1.000.000 to have that
Ash-bone removed. I
that SUCll C.ISCS WCrC
anJ ora.narily not attended with much dan-
nr l.,.f..rn r,rnof...linT tnpnrn-mit miisnrrft
proceeding to earn-out measures
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for relief. His tears underwent some dim-
u ou ft gt h of t)li ad he thun
ueciareil mat sju.uuu woum no more man
repay the skill and art required to extricate
i- i t :i...i
ZeTt' but Xr
S(;veral ftttumpts failed to grasp the bone.
fc'x Z s! i
then ave 1 111 tlie emetic, its Uenressinir ct-
feet causing his generosity to rise again,
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0f the greater part ot his dinner, and with
it tin came the fish bone, lie gave a sigh
.j ,Doc j wmf1(lll.t hav"e
that thing to my throat again for $5!'' Mr
ieo eventually rcsnlveU itself into tlie "vaiu-
awe experience mat tne occasion auoioeu
Is Yocit IIaih Fau.inc. oh Tcnxixo
cd i "
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
I ,......!... n. ih.w. 4 ..i. it till inmnrii lit
Uri.jk.nts that rentier many other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
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stores gray luur, gives it new nie, cures
iianiiruii, causing tue nair to grow wuere n
has fallen oil or become thin, does not soil
or stain anything, and is so perfectly an
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing and toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Kestorer is sold by all druggists
at 75 cents a bottle, or six bottles for fl.
Principal Depot for united States, JJ0
North Sixth street. Philadelphia
The Voltaic Belt Co., MAitsn.ux,
Mien. Will send their celebra.ed Electro.
Voltaic Belts to the alllicted upon DO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed, lhey
mean what they say. Write to them with
I nut (1,'lnv
40 C0NSTITUTI()N WAtER
TIIUKIi: TIMK8 A DAY.
I ...... i.u ntji.m ro nup uu ivn luuimnv
I ir.n 1 ll.l 11 n l'i-i..ir..il.l jn.u.UAlll 1
;,,, uiuvrym. stunk in tiik : hi ii
; u u ii.' m run
iuiluhwu h 4...i
Kcninlt' Complaints a Pprrlullty.
Tor sale by all PriiKiilsts. Send for circular,
U0K0AX & AUE.N. 61) JolmSt., N. Y,
TOiKKiA YEAR, or f to
mnlio mnnev nisi, Anv one rim no the work. You
rati make from Mc to $'J an hour by devoting your
I ..v.mlnu.niMl.nuru time to the lmp.lne... Ite.i.ti
""'hi" to try 'the l.usiness. Nothir.it llko It for
miiiinn nviiriifl'i.riiinii.riirv itn.i
ft and strictly honorujil'. Header, tr you want to
ntlle. send us your address and we will send vou
I co. fortiaud. Maine
th -4 y A A
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dii. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia,' and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can bo used nrenara-
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc unequaicu
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax 6eal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pill.
hacli wrapper bears the sicnsturcs of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
fflnsist upon having the genuine Ph.
McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but .ame
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
PIANOS AND OIWANY
FOR iTUE NEXT f.0 DAYS,
Before our Advance in Prices
PIANOS iUO to $100!
All new and strictlv flrst-mte. nnd iiM nt tho
lowest net each wholesale factory prices, direct to
the purchaser. These piiiBut made one of the finest
displays tt the Cincinnati Exhibition, and were
universally recommended for the Ilietest Honor.
The .tjUftre Grand contaia
New Patent Duplex Overstrung Scale
which Is acknowledged bv tte highest msfical au
thority to he the greatest improvementever put into
asqnare j-iano, prouncing me most astonishing
power, riebners and depth of tone, and .sustain
ing quality never before attained, being a "Grand
Piano in a Culture Case."
Tlie Mendelssohn Uprights
ARE THE FINEST IF AMERICA.
They are pronounced the '-Pianos of the Future."
Tlie I pntrht ban a more powerful tone tli oul-d-
out the entire scale, a longer susttiued singing
quumy, nnirmer aim more rwponsivu louco and
greater durability and ability for standing in tune.
Its great superiority dentins it to entirely super
Cede the ordinary square piano in this country, as it
fcveuy .Mendelssohn I jiright Piano has the vr-rv
! PATENT DOVULK KEPEATlNi! PAlilS
ACTIKN. made expressly for us iu I'uris. Kruncv.
All our J'ltnos are muue entirely by ourselves
Xos. 490. 4!2. 59 1, 4fi & 408 W. 57th
St., 85,870. 802, 8i4 8GG 808 &870
Now the finest and largest in the world.
Orlulnnllv etiiblished in 1B-IJ, beinc amonir the
few makes of Pluuos which have stood the test o
OVER 12,000 IN USE
f very Piano Fnlly Warranted tor Fhc Years.
We ure now making all our Pianos entirely of
The ercatestdiscoverv of the aces. Wood ren
dered imperishable, sliriliklnt', checking er warp
ing impossible, und as incapable of absorbing imns
tare as vulcanized rnbbir. The ii creased hard
lieis mid toughness of the wood produces a reson
aiu e nf tone truly wondi-rtul. The process of vul-
eani.ing is done by machinery established at our
luchirv. una we Have trie exclusive control ol tlie
patent for plana maklngwhich. together with m.r
other pittents and improvements, including Mutliu
sbek's lniplex Overstrung scale. reLder our pianos
iu every respec tuo
Best and Finest in the World!
In the grand result of stn ngtb. durability, reli
bilily, und ability lor stiinilliig iu tune, volume,
power, resonance, brilliiini s, sweetness, sympba
thetlc and iuging quality of tone, evenness
throughout the entire scale, delicacy und clte'lsci'.y
of touch, aud beuuty uf flnlsli, the
flAXO STASIIS WITOCT AX EOl'Al.
Pianos sent on trial. Don't full to write lor Illus
trated and Descriptive Cutulogue of 4W pages
Are the Best in the World,
OUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Wouks
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, 1113.
John T. Rennie,
HAVING nslabllshed hisworks at the above men
tloned place is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Machinery.
Having a Hteam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery, Hiillroad,
Hteamhoat and Bridge Forglngs Hindu a specialty.
Kspeclal attuutlon given to repairs of El Muesaud
Brass Castings of all kinds made to ordei
Pipe. F Ulna Id all Iu branches.
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ALK OF PEHSONAL PH0PEKTY OF
SAMUKLB. 1IAI.I.1HAT, DXURASR1).
Notice is hereby given, that under and by Virtus
of an order of the county court or Alexander eountr,
mi Wednesday tho Mill day of May A. Ii. IlWU.no
tweon the hours of ten o'clock a. rn. ana uvj
o'clock p.m. of said iluy. at No. V'i10 Lf7'J'
t'ulro. Illinois, the personal property of rjamuol B.
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ml dining room furullure.carpets, pictures, plant
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Guardian minor ludrs of 8. B. Halltday, doceatod
Dated, Calr'N Illinois, AprU )tll, ltWU.