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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 18S0.
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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. Headquarter of Democratic State Central l
Committee, Springfield, 111 , March Is. 1M). (
Tethe Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic Hate convention will be held at
Spriugfield ou Thurtday, the lOtb day of June,
1NW, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to appoint delegate to
tbe national Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the iMnd day of June, lhsfl, arid to
nominate candidate for the following mule office,
Hec.returv of tnte.
Auditor of Public Account.
AIo for the purpose of nominating presidential
By direction of tbe lat national convention
the delegate will be instructed by the
atate convention to vote for or against the abroga
tion of tbe two-third rnlc.
All clttr.cn. who are in accord with tbe Demo
cratic party in principle and and eympathize with
lot object are luviteil to participate in tending
delegate to the convention.
Theeveral couutie will be entitled to one dele
gate lor every four hundred vote, and one delegate
lor every fraction thereof In exec of two hundred,
baed on the vote cast lor Sumut I J. Tildon In IsTti,
T. W 1UNEELY,
A. Ohenuokfp. Chairman.
Bon Ixcersoll predicts that Blaine aud
Tilden will be the nominees of the Chicago
and Cincinnati conventions respectively,
and that the lutUT will have the best chance
of success. In relation to Mr. Mayes, the
pope says he could not be re-elected if he
had no opponent, as there would be enough
scattenni' votes to defeat hiiu.
Toe Plymouth, Muss., people are talking
about planting a statue of Senator Ed
munds on Plymouth R-ck. There is sime
appoMteue?s shout this : pusitkr., and, as
long as Elnainls u-jst hv.t . "hu-.m," and
can't get into the white house or on the su
preme bench, a seat Plymouth It.. k
will be very grateful tu him.
Tue state of Mississippi is lot tjti.c
third term cause. It hts been urged by the
stalwarts ail along that iitiov- h.l this sec
tion of the solid south mt cted"d a
'strong aian-' at the helm. The rel'jvii ( -f
the Mississippi Republieans to endorse the
nation with a big N ii nvt viry etp. ni: cor
rolwative evidence of the horrible t.te of
affairs which lias been rep -r-ed by stalwart
liars to exist down th'-rv.
The general imi-rtssion in (oures that
the people who arc pushing the :Lvcf;-u-tion
of an alleged bribery let: r, iu the
DounellyAVathburne lur.ie coutet, uie
, wasting their time. Tiiat men of the abil
ity of Mr. Springer, ix-R-prcsenta'.ive
Julieu, Mr. Manning and other-, id.ouhl en
gago in child's play of this kiud is ktrange.
It is akin to thts lolly of tho-e senuturs who
persist in diseuhsing the Spuirnd-Kellfgg
cane W'heu they know it i Hireudy ettied.
It is simply talking in the air.
"GttonoE Eliot," the great novelist, hus
entered upon matriinouy fur themcoud
time. Shu is about sixty, lkr hair is not
gray, uor is her face wrinkled. Her eyes
re blue ud her hair of a sandy color.
BUe spend most of her time at home, mid
is dearly devoted to her little villn al ill
North Bunk, London. She is hIioui five
feet three inches' high; is very affable aud
is a brilliant couversatiomdit-t ; has a lova
ble disposition and is popular ; receives her
friends every Sunday afternoon. She is
'generally ubstiacted, always thinking Ib-r
Toice is no louder than a whimper.
The national conference) ol charities will
meet this year at Cleveland on the fJOth of
June, and remain in session four days. The
proceedings of the first evening will coin
prise an address by Governor Foster and a
review of the charitable- work of the past
year by General Brinkerhoff, of the Ohio
board of state charities. Official delegates
are expected from a large proportion of the
states, including many from the south, a
section which has not often been represent
ed in the previous conferences.
Senator Wallace says that Don Cam
eron's ability to hold the Pennsylvania de
legates for Grant depends on convincing
them that the general is to be successful.
If Illinois declares for a third term he is
confident that there will not be a murmur
from the Cameron camp. The tactics of
the Blaine men are to impress Republicans
with the belief that Grant's candidacy
means defeat. A paper now in circulation
in New York, asserting that the signers will
not vote for the ex-president under any cir
cumstances, will be used against him at the
Illinois convention, soon to be held.
Interest is beginning to be felt in the
General Warren enquiry at New York,
In fact it is hardly too much to say that so
much interest is felt in it, and in hundred
cases in which arbitrary authority was ex
ercised hastily by officers during the late
war, that there is talk of an act of congress
on the subject. To be of benefit, the act
should give to officers alleging grievances
throught unregular or arbitrary acts
of their superiors a chance for that
trial which was not at the
time accorded them. General Butler, to
mention cases in point on mere complaint
against an officer, had a way of reducing
them, to the ranks, dismissing them from
service, etc. lie had just as much right
to do it as he has now to burn the
Capitol or assassinate the president. While
Warren's case is not exactly like these, it is
one in which an injury was done him with
out cause, and from that injury he seeks
relief. It is believed that a general act,
under which any officer alleging serious in
jury bo the arbitrary act of another, could
demand investigation, would command sup
port at this time.
C'ol. Tom Scott, the retiring president of
the Pennsylvania Central railroad, in an
interview with a representative of the
New York Tribune a few days ago, said
that "the Texas Pacific railroad is to-day
one of the best roads in the country, with
a great future. It does not owe one dol
to anybody. The floating debt which
was necessary to build it has all been paid
off. The equipment debt, which is a very
small one of 20,000 a mile, is the only debt
it has, and it is secured. It is also secured
by land grants. The Texas Pacific is per
fectly able to take care of itself. It is
building 400 miles to El Taso. After
that it remains to b seen what will
be done. In a year it will tap New
Orleans so as to have a port on the Gulf as
as well as on the Atlantic sea board. It is
and will be a great road." From this it
seems that the prospects of the early com
pletion of the New Orleans Pacific are
much better than were stated a day or two
ago. The very general impression here is
that it will take eighteen months to com
plete the building of the road. It is very
gratifying to learn from Colonel Scott, who
is president of the Texas Pacific and in a
position to know, that it will be completed
In a much shorter time. It is also "ratify
ing to know that the Tex'is Pacific is in
such a flourishing condition. That road is
to give us conflation with a large portion
of Texas, with the southwestern territories
COL. "BOB'S" EGOTISMS.
It seems that Mr. Robert G. Ingersoll,
American citizen, member of a numerically
insignificant race of one of the small plan
er.ts in a comparatively interior system,
hi never yet been able to hear a supposed
M.iker and controller of the universe whom
he could understand. There is no popular
conception of a deity that he can weigh
aii'l mi-mure ami for which he can account.
It is true thut he can neither predict
nort comprehend the actions and
feelings of the smallest Skye terrier
which sit in its mistress' lap and winks at
him while he talks of his complaint, but
that he should not be able to do as much
for the Lord of the universe gives him the
uut piercing anguish. He sees, with eyes
that c an hardly refrain from tears, that
what has always been needed to control the
Mars in tht'ir courses, to measure the foun
tains of the o-rnit d'-ep, to restrain the
Mruggling pv-iuiis of men and nations, to
briiij; about the reign of peace and equity,
to five every ti,: nn opportunity for attain
ing to the greatest possible happiness,
and fur advancing Meadily towards
perfective i a person whom he could
understand, and. at he finds no such person
in any sytttem in religion, he decides that
they tire all alike imperfect, inadequate
to the purpose which they seem to fulfill,
and not nearly so good a' those which be
could construct, and naturally feeling
wronged at the slight reverence paid him,
and nt the calm indifference with which
men go on worshipping a being whose lack
of wiHtloin he clearly n-es, he fulls into a
htato of anguish that forces him to utter
ance. Hence his lectures, those long
shrieks of misery and woe, those ecetatic
demands for a god m. trot d and great and
clear !,.lited lis himself,
Itcuinu Piles Symptoms and Ci'he.
The- symptoms arc moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the privato parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
, serious results may fellow. Dr. Sway lie's
All-Healing (Jintment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Prico 50 cents, 3 boxes (1 2!.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne it
Son, 3H0 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent drumists.
Driving over a rough road last winter,
one ol my horses became suddenly very
lame a bad sprain of the right ankle.
Applied all the remedies I know f and
those suggested by horsemen, without any
benefit. The horse was entirely useless for
two.nionths, and thought lum permanently
disabled. Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia
took away the lameness and restored him.
Henry Livingston, proprietor of South Side
hignal, Babylon, Long Island. Giles Pills
From the "Old Salamander" drug house,
Chicago, III., January 12th, 1SS0. Messrs.
II. II. Warner & Co., Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen : We trust our order will reach
you in season to be promptly filled. The
lemand for your Sate Remedies, especially
the Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure, is continu-
s and increasing, and our customers
speak in the highest terms of their value.
Several cases of cures which have come
under our observation are complete and
most remarkable. Yery truly yours, Van
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Sufferino Woman. There is but very
small proportion of the women of this na
tion that do not suffer from some of the dis
eases for which Kidney-Wort is a specific.
When the Dowels have become costiTe,
heauacbe torments, kidneys out of fix or,
piles distress, take a package, and its won
derful tonic and renovating power will
cure you and give new life.
War in Europe Again. There is more
biliousness in the politics of the eastern
hemisphere. We would advise those blood
thirsty and dyspeptic statesmen of Europe
to take Mott's Liver Pills. Best pills ever
discovered by man. Warranted to cure if
taken in season.
Our drug stores are now supplied with
"Malt Bitters," the new food medicine
which has done so much good and comes
to us so highly recommended. Try it. It
may save you heavy doctors1 bills.
Ik you have never used Carter's Little
Liver Tills, go at once to the nearest drug
store and get a vial. They will surely
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l ibrary Magar.lne, hound volume, ortcect
j Leave from the Diary of an old lawyer, 1
I IK.. . M .k ..
! Each of the above bound In rloth If h, n,.o
. pottage etra. Mc ttofihe book are alt'o pub-'
1 ..i.. u m toe eumon anu flue binding, at higher
! !. r:p;!vc Ca'alogu and term 10 club eeat free
i n application
luti r. it 1 y ij n n. Fr.tt en cfcee dollar may be
70LI'. ROCK AND KYE.
I A New Coinj)ouiicl, tientisca.;y
Can.ly. (lldlivf Vvhl-ky ami ..lil.r Tonk. Tno
Form.:, a I known 01 ttur oet nhviclai,. in hl-l.lv
, ' oi.'.meiided by tln-n,. and 'be Anah -i tit one of our
; n t-n prominent rbt tn:i. l'rof '. A. Manner, of
J ' g". : on the label ,( 1 very bottle, jt 1 a Weil
I known fact to -.he nu-dii a) profi lon that TC'I.l',
l:() h aiiv I1U. wi.l alftini the greatet relief lor
('ugh. ( old. Inl'.'n li.a. Bronciiiti, Sore Throat,
Weak Lnng. nitti Coi.t'imptlob. In the Incipient
and an tunud "Sage ol that tlUeate.
It iaa be ued a Ib-verage and for an Appeti
zer, mak.ng an 1 Se t;e loitir for Family ne Try
it. V'1.1 wi.i tinil it p.-ant to take, of great tervice,
if e0iior tli-lii.'iittieti, hi. it givi Streuglb, Tent;
and A. -ivity to the whole human frame.
It1" I :.t up it. c'ian i.-.e Ilottlei'ior Family t-e.
LA WHENCE"" MARTIN,
Sob- Ajent b.r the I'Mled State ant! Canadt
Alo Importer of F.ne Wine. I.ltiii rand Cljtiri,
111 M -1111011 Street. ( bit ago.
So.d by Itp.cW unil Dealer every here.
Lawn .Mower Co
or i Jiii iA-rii, c vim.,
MANt'FAC'TL'IiEIiS OF THE
ami CJIAIiTEK OAK
Tliei' Mower have become celebrated through
out the Woild, l.c re lawn are cultivated, a be
ing the inn l perfect and delrahle Law Mewivn
ever made They tai:d al the head of the litt of
Lawn Mower In the I', S. 11 nil Europe. They con
tain all the improvement that exoerleliee III their
inaiiiifai ture can iiLget: lire beautifully lluithed,
thoroughly made, mil do tplviidid work ou every
vari'-ly of !ai u
Hand Mow. r Size- from h Ui Vi Inche. Pony
and llore sir-, g-l. X an 1 V. luehe. Send for
sol.1) II Y OVIt AGENTS EVERYWHERE.
II you woiibl rt gam health 11 ml Mroiigtli, without.
ll.e ue o Plug, Iry lleaeh Improved llleelrlc
spente Hell, which we will hi nil on trial. A Rent
wanted. Addre W ('. J ; K A ' 1 1 . S'. .Iiihn. M it'll.
IviVll I At 1 AlTylvl 1 HlllU. whuh preferred
a AI..fc!Al A tlV ... ,1. A II C V llVK Ml,-!
advanced WAGES promptly paid
iii c ji j 1 1, 1 0,1 uitunii nn
en, etui George m. c lucinuiui. c.
fljl'ir. On KITfrecifoAgenl. ntid all espMiei
paid, Adilre (1. 11. Shaw, Alf'rtd, Me.
5777 A YEA It iindexpeiielnag.eM. Outfit Tree
VIM Atldtet. I'. O. VICKEKY, Auennn. Mulne,
I A lIMII I'T 'r iidvertlei Impugn, 10
J A.llJ JILril cent. l. P. RoWELL it
Co., N. V,