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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. Heaiqnarters of Democratic State Central I
Committee, Spr.ngtlcld. Ill , March IS, ISM. f
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic Hate convention will be held at
Hprmefleld on Thursday, the ll)tu day of .tune,
!KK), at 10 o'clock, a. m., to appoint delegate to
Ue national Democratic rouveutiou to be held at
Cincinnati on tbe tr.'ud day or June, IKK), and to
laminate (undulates for the following state oftites,
Kerreturv of Stnte.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also lor the purpose of nominating presidential
By directions of tLe last national convention
Ihe delegates will be instructed by the
slate convention 10 vote for or against the abroga
tion of the two-thirds ruie.
All citizens who are in accord with the Demo
cratic party in principles and and sympathize, with
it objects are inviteil to participate iu sending
delegates lo the convention.
The several counties will be entitled to one dele gate
lor every four hundred votes, and one delegatu
tor every frai tion thereof In excess of two hundred,
based oil the vote cat! lor Suinuel J. Tiiden iu IhVti.
T. W. MeNEKLY,
A. OrtKMionrF, chairman.
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVENTlON
A Democratic Senatorial convention composed of
delegate from the several counties In tins (Fif
tieth i district, will meet at Mnrpbvshuro. on Thurs
day. July H. 1M, at j o'clock, p. in., for the pur
pose of nominating one candidate for state senator
und two representatives in ill- general assembly.
Lass of represcn'atiou : due delegate for each
ISO votes iiul traction over lui votes rust for W. ,)
Allen, fur congress, iu 1'slS. The lotihties will be
entitled to delegates na follows:
Vote for Allen. Del
Alexander , !.0 f
lucksou 1 Mil K
Union 1 CA io
By order of committee .
J. P. McLain, Chairman.
T. F. i'.otTiiN. Secretary.
Dated Joncsboru. Hay 8. IPSO.
TiiL' authorities iu New Orleans have
sent out another circular Grm!y denying
that there is any yt'dow fever in that city.
Sevln hundred men are now at work in
Judge Hilton's park at Saratoga. VA'li; it
is finished t!je Judge will j rcstnt it to tl.e
The rumor is current in New York t!ut
the mystery surroun.ling the stealing of the
lxdy of the late A. T. Stewt.rt is nbrut tn
be cleared up.
The iDvcstigation of the cause of the Ma
' disou Square Garden disaster iu the city if
New York, brings out sfrocg:y Low utterly
worthless and irresponsible are the !:iv- of
tnen who fill t'jj- public c-Jlices in large
cities. It appears from this investigation
that the cause of the disaster in vl.ith
many persons lo-t their live, was the in
secure m inner it which the building w:t
constructtJ. New York has a department
of public buildiLgs, but neither the stiju t
inteudent of thaidepitrtnieut nor unv one
of the officials connected with it, cwr took
the trouble to inform themselves whether
the laws controlling the construction of
buildings were bung complied with when
the building in question was in couit-e of
erection. The superintendent and his as
sistants seem to be perfectly satisfied with
drawing their salaries. They (,, r,ot appear
to bother themselves about the clmructer of
structures wdjich contractors erect. An ex
amination lately made of a large number of
buildings on some of the principal streets
in New York shows that their fulling Is
only a question of a very shurt time. There
ought to be h severe penal law ot some kind
to reach such delinquent officials.
A rkcekt decision of the United States
' supreme court settles the question ' as to
whether national banks can receive special
deposits of securities, and as to whether
they can exact compensation for such dn
posits. According to the decision, nutiounl
banks may receive such deposits and may
charge i reasonaUo compensation for pro.
tecting 'them. If they are lost, however
through any negligence on the part of the
bank officers, the bank is liable for them
The suit in which this decision was ren
dered came to the supreme court from
Pennsylvania. Pour thousand dollars of
United States bonds were deposited with
the First National bank ot Carlisle. No
compensation for keeping the bonds was
charged. The cashier was in the habit of
cutting the coupons, collecting the money
dac on them, ami of placing the amount
collected to the credit of the depositor
The bonds were stolen and the bank lick
that as it was not paid for taking care of
them, and as it was not a safe deposit com
puny, it could not be held liable for them
long and tedious suit and the decision of
the supreme court convinced it of its error,
Perhaps the result would have been differ
ent could it have been shown that the loss
was not due to negligence on the part of
the bank officers.
A more disordetly convention than that
ff the Cook County Ilepublicans, on the
10:h inst., M as never held in Chicago. The
trouble commenced when Mr. Singer,
chairman of the county committee, called
for order and undertook to nominate a tem
porary chairman, and continued without in
terruption until the third-term delegates
withdrew. Fearing that it was the iuten
tion of the Grant men to force one of their
partisans on the convention as presiding
officer, the Elaine and Wash
burne delegates, amid tremendous confu
sion, informally elected Elliott Anthony as
chairman, and by main force installed him
on the platform. After indescribable up
roar and one or two charges by the police,
the third termers retired and organized at
the Talmer house. The Blaine and Wash
burne iactions then proceded quietly with
their business, electrag ninety-two dele
gates to the state convention. At the other
meeting, after a vast amount of speech-making,
a delegation solid lor Grant was elec
ted and a committee appointed to prepare
an address to the. people. It is expected
that the contest will be carried to the na
tional convention. The Grant men have a
majority of the delegates outside of Cook
county, and threaten to teat their friends
from Chicago in the Springfield body next
week. If they do, a bolt ly the Tilaine
and Washburne element is promised. Tak
en altogthcr, the situation in this state is
one that can give Republicans little joy,
but over which the Democrats are immod
OUH NEW YORK LETTER.
From our Regular Correspondent
Ntw York, May 8th, l$so.
The .latest rumor to the effect that Mr.
Tiiden had set apart $3,000,000 for the
purchase of enough New York aldermen
to confirm nominations of Mayor Cooper, is
agitating the politics of this city and state,
John Kelly had faith enough in the rumor
to summon bin Tammany bruves together
and appoint a committee to take charge of
the Tammany aldermen and keep them out
of the market. Republican leaders art' ex
cited over it because, they say by Mich a
a maneuver, Tiiden t! trough Mayor Cooper,
could get control of all the local political
machinery. Outside of politics the report
is lidiculed on the ground that tin) entire
board of aldermen could be purchased
for one-tenth of $3,000,000 and that Tiiden
novel wastes his money by paying ny ni,re
than the article purchased is worth.
The results of the several state conven
tions held during tha week ure the subject
of ;i good deal of comment among the poli
ticians. The illnine men generally feel
elated over tiie same, and claim that their
favonte ha fotg'.-d considerably ahead.
There is no doubt but that the New Hamp
shire delegation, headed by Mr. E. Chand
ler, will stand lsy Maine's nenator fust, lat
and all the time, liluine's friends now
claim that he will have over lorty of New
England's eighty solid votes. At the Cin
cinnati convention f b'H he did u4 have
hail' that numb'T The friends of Mr.
Blaine claim, too, that they will have Maty
land and Itehware solid, und that when
the tuji-of-war comes iu the ((invention
they will have nearly all the Wisconsin de
legation. The Democrats seemed to be a little mixed
touching the action of Ohm's Democracy.
While ;t is true that Senator Thunnan wuh
endorsed and Ohio's delegation was re
quested to vote for hiru and as a unit, it is
likewise true that the four delegates at
large are not what can be class-.-d loyal
Thnrmen men, first, last and all the time.
Wade, one of the delegate at huge, is a
I'uyne man. Gen. Stcedmau, of Toledo,
has a weaknesH for Tiiden; Me weeny is
claimed as a Jewett 'man, and Durbin
Ward is an old bouibon. who thinks the
so called lraud of 1870 rhould bo righted.
The Hamilton county delegation elected
Tildeti delegates headed by Judge Hood,
ley. The Ohio situation is sinned up
about thus: That while Senator Thurman
can have the Ohio delegation solid so long
as there is a chance to nominato him, but
if it becomes apparent that thero is no
probability of Thurman 'a success, the bulk
ot the delegation will go to Tiiden all of
it in fact, 'if the unit rule is iollowcd and it
is certain that the delegates at huge
elected arc not tho list of delegates Senator
Thurman would have preferred to have
been sent to Cincinnati. The probability
is that they were elected by a conbjnation
between tho Tiiden and Payne men.
The Grant men claim half of the Mary
land delegation, and votes in Wisconsin. It
is evident though that the gains made bv
Blaine have alarmed them. They had ex
pectcd the Tennessee delegation solid, and
feel chagrined that it is broken. They had
also expected more "substantial" support
in Mississippi. Notwithstanding these
losses they still affect a confidence which is
refreshing to the Grant followers, as it is
exasperating to the other candidates. They
say Grant will be nominated on the first
ballot, and that is a 1 there is about it. It
is noticeable though that with all their ex
ultant confidence th?y arc a little feverish
about Illinois, and admit that it is the key
of the situation; bet that the Illinois dele
gation will be solid for Grant.
The Sherman men feel even more confi
dent than ever. They reason that Grant
cannot be nominated on tho first ballot, and
that then combination will be made to de
feat Blaine, the net result of which will be
that Secretary Sherman will be the bene
ficiary. On the other hand, there are dis
passionate observers who say that the very
possibility of Blaine's nomination makes
General Grant's nomination a certainty.
Five Hcndked Dollaus Rkwakd Ca-
tahkii Clue. Some people would rather
be humbugged than to get ''value received"
for their mom-y. Hence it is that such per
sons run after this and that pretended cure
for catarrh, forgetting that Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy is so positive in its effects.
that its former proprietor advertised it for
years throughout the United States under a
positive guarantee, offering f 500 reward for
an incurable case and was never called
upon to piy this reward except in two
cases. I his remedy lias acquired such a
fame that a branch office has been estab
lished in London. England, to supply the
foreign demand for it. Sold by druggists
at !j0 cents.
I'N.UILE TO B11EATIIE THKOl'OH NOSE.
PORTLANDVILLE, Io., March 11, 1370.
Dit.R. V. Pieiice:
Dear Sir Some time ago I lxuiuht a
Douche, some of your Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy and Golden Medical Discovery
and commenced to use them. The aches
and pains as well as sore throat and catarrh
from which I have been for so long time a
sufferer, have entirely left me with their
use. I feel like a new man as well as look
like one. For four years I was unable to
breathe through my nose. From the u.se of
the Catarrh Remedy T can now do so freely.
our medicines I know to be all that tln-y
are. represented. Long live Dr. Pierce and
the gentlern connected with him.
Grateluiiv yours, Yvatsh.n Smiih.
a good piano.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Ncwspiper
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t the wants of the times. An instrument
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and has all those qualities of tone which
make a lust-class piano, can lie had lioin
tho Mendelssohn Piano Co., New York,
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years their fa tory has been producing
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July 2(ith, lb",1.).
ALL ABOUT FLEAS.
(inhesion t '1 x.t New.
Just now fleas are fashionable. Every
body has tiiem. There is no prejudice
against the Ilea on account of his color. If
the Ilea was perfectly white, people Could
be more familiar than tuey are. Some peo
yle are careless, anyhow, about the color
line. The Bible says flic lieu is wicked
when no man purstietli, which means if
you want to cuie a flea of his wickedness,
you must catch and make a good Indian of
him. Various remedies- for Ileus have been
suggested. One is to cover your entire
body with a coating of warm tar. The
best way is to lure a detective to wa'ch
a flea until he is tired, then pour
an ounce ol chloroform on him
and send for a policeman. There is no such
thing us keeping fleas out of a house, al
though an old muu in Sun Antonio, who
was very observing, said that there would
be no (leas iu a house if the women were
kept out. It was the women that brought
fleas in the house. The flea is round
shouldered, and keeps his nos. to tho
ground like a dog trailing a rabbit. Liko
all the old residents of the island, the Ilea iu
very brisk and enterprising, which is the
cause of the present tidal wave of prosper
ity, b'nliko tho rest of the old residenters,
the (lea does not go north in the summer,
but stays right here ami enjoys himself nt
home. The flea lias no politics to speak of.
Like the Houston press, he is independent.
Mai.akial diskasks are now most sue
eesHfully treated by a new agent, made
from Peruvian Bark by Billings, Clapp &
Co., chemist, Boston, Mass, It i culled
"CiM iio--Quinine " and is pronounced by
physicians to bo preferable in M Hetioii,
und a perfect substitute for tho Sulphntc.
The dose is tho same, and It is sold at if 1.50
per ounce by druggists; or it will bc gent
on receipt of price by the manufacturers
Tiik Voltaic Belt C'o.,MAitMtALb,
Mich.-Will eud their celebrated Electro
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