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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. Tleadquartera of Democratic State Central I
Committee, Springfield, 111 , March IS. lttiO.
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic state convention will be held at
Springfield on Thursday, the 10th day of June.
lhK), at 10 o'clock, a. m.," to appoint delegates to
'he national Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the itind day of June, 1N0, and to
nominate candidates for the following state offices,
Secretary of state.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
AIbo for the purpose of nominating presidential
By directions of the last national convention
the delegates will lie instructed by the
state ronventlon to vote for or against the abroga
tion of the two-thirds rule.
All citizens who are in accord with the Demo
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its objects are invited to participate In sending
delegates to the convention.
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cute for every four hundred votes, and one delegate
lor every fraction thereof In excess of two hundred,
bsed on the vote cast lor Samuel J. Tilden In lhTti.
I. W. McNEKLY,
A. Ohkndmifp, Chairman.
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVENTION
A Democratic Senatorial convention composed of
delegates from tho several counties in this i Fif
tieth i district, will meet at Mnrpbysboro. on Thurs
day, .luly 8, IKni, at 2 o'clock, p. m.. for the pur
pose of nominating one candidate for state senator
aod two representatives in the general assembly.
Basis of representation: due delegate for each
200 votes and fraction over 1011 votes cast for W.J.
Allen, for cougress, in 1STH. The counties will be
entitled to delegates us follows:
Vote for Allen. Del
Alexander wai '
Juckson 1 Mil K
I'nlon 1 !04 10
By order of committee.
J. P. M Lain, Chairman.
T. K ltonoN. Secretary.
Dated Jonvsboro, .Vii.v ivsd.
It is once more reported that the presi
dent is disposed to nppnint Postmaster
James of New York t the position of
postmaster general, But it can be repeat
ed with confidence that Mr . J awes does not
want the place.
The attempt to oust Kellogg seems to
have been practically abandoned. Senator
Hill ha lost hope of its success find it is
said will be contented with making his
speech against Kellogg and going home
without the accomplishment of his darling
Fernando Wood seems to have abandon
ed his refunding measure for the present
session, and shrewd observers think it is a
final abandonment as in the present pros
perous condition of business it will be im
possible to place government bonds at a
lower rate than 4 per cent.
Thirty-nine counties in this state are to
hold Republican conventions this week to
send delegates to Springfield. The proba
bilities are that Grant will have a majority
in the Springfield convention, outside of
Cook county. This majority will have to
decide on the admission of the Chicago
, delegates, which, on the 8 to 7 plan, will be
in favor of Grunt, auU thus give hiin a ma
jority is the Btttte convention when organ
ized, with the unit rule and a solid delega
tion to Chicugo. Thus, we believe, the
strong man will conquer in Illinois.
Thai letter, in which an offer of $1,000
was made to Congressman .Springer to vote
for the seating of Donnelly in the Donnel-ljr-VVashWurn
contested election case, is
"causing that statesman a great deal of
trouble. In tho committee, which ii now
inreKtigatintf the matter, Mr. Springer had
(bo misfortune to lose Ids temper, lie
pounded the tabic with his clenched fist,
and looking at Johnston, Donnelly's attor
ney, declared that lie would not be bull
dozed, and that lie would hold any man
personally responsible who dared to call his
integrity into question. When Johnston
said that ho would give Mr. Springer any
satisfaction that he desired, the irato con-'
gressuinn suddenly cooled down, and was
as meek and gentle as a lamb. The kind
of bluster that Springer indulged in doesn't
pass for courage.
Most of the Washburne-lllaino delegates
to the Republican state convention from
Cook county met, on the 11th inst., and af
ter a good deal of talking resolved to agree
to no compromise with the third-termers,
but to go into the convention or stay out of
it as a unit. Before adjourning a statement
was made that the combined vote of Wash
burnc and Blaine would exceed that of
Grant with both Chicago delegations left
out. This claim, however, is not substan
tiated by the figures. As the record now
stands Grant has a majority of over, forty
outside of Cook county. The delegates
trom trie counties in wnien there are no
contests will organize the convention and,
a majority of them being in favor of Grant,
the third termers may seat tiie Palmer
house delegates if they see tit to do so. It
this is done the Farwell hall delegates will
bolt, taking many'of the other unti-third-
terui delegates with them, and the result
will be contesting delegations in the na
ANNIE UOBEKTSON NOXON.
"Was there any mail, Eben?"
And leaning over the little wicket gate,
her dark locks falling about her in pretty,
careless tresses, Barbara looked wistfully
down the shady street and then up at the
tossiiig elms, where the busy birds were
chattering. And sad to relate, a frown of
discontent crept over Barbara's snow, white
"No, there were no letters lor the Leigh
tons," said Eben, in rather a savage inoofl.
"I made especial inquires for you," and
Eben's lower lip trembled a little and his
voice softened wonderfully for him. "I
suppose you are anxious to get away from
the old place, Miss Barbara?''
"Yes, I am;" said Miss Leightou sharp
ly, with an imperial air. "I hid sick of it
all. I should be glad to go anywhere away
Eben made no reply. He looked down
at the tangled curls, the soit, wistful brown
eyes, the dimpled hands clasped over the
mesh of honeysuckles then away over the
tops of snowy balsams toward the great
world where Barbara's heart was. He was
thinking with one cruel pang which grip
ped his heart at that moment of what life
would be at the farm without Barbara. He
had tried of late to live without connecting
her in any way with his days and nights,
his duties, his hardships and "his joys, but
he had made sorry work of it. It gave
Eben a fright to know now much every
thing depended on this proud, spoiled
beauty, whose dream now was to get away
from such as he the common folks around
Barbara at eighteen had a great longing
for that gay wwrld of which she had read
in summer evenings when sitting under the
musky vines in the farm-house porch, or
when lying amid the cowslips in the
meadow where, under a growing weight of
care, Eben toiled with great brown hands
in the capacity ot help to the Widow Leigh
ton. Eben was as much part and parcel of
the place us the crumbling headstones in
tho little graveyard on the hill, where all
the dead Leightons were lying. No one
ever dreamed of his going away; although
his merits were acknowledged, and it was
cheerfully admitted that the boy hud
grown iiito a strong, handsome man,
with shrewd capacities us a finan
cier, and a turn tor machinery. A great
many at the village hail dropped into the
habit of addressing him lately as Mr. Hex
ford, and Eben's muscles commanded re
spect. He hud a little tsuuggcry in the barn
he.called his workshop, where, utsidil hours
and on rainy days, he tinkered with lathes
and pulleys und edged tools. When his
farm work had been tidied up and the cows
had been milked and turned into the green
woodlands again, ELen shut himself up in
his workshop ami pottered over his numer
ous inventions and thought of what great
possibilities might have been his if he had
neen born something better than Leightons
farm hand. He realized sensibly that there
were still possibilities tor him out yonder
beyond the dark line of elms
and firs which he could see from
his study window. But his benefactor
hud died and left all the tangled threads of
his nll'airs for young Hexford to unravel,
and he could not have deserted Mrs. Leigh
ton and the girls Barbara und Theo. It
would not have been riuht or manly.
Things were going straight now, however,
the farm was in a prosperous condition,
and even an indifferent manager could
have kept tho wheels moving which Eben
had fixed in their places. But Kbeu re
mained on the farm while the seasons waxed
and waned, and the girls were growing into
fine, tall young women, with restless yearn
ings for a busier life than was to be iiad ut
Ho had expected that a girl so pretty as
Barbara would be sometime leaving so dull
a place, but he nevertheless felt u wild,
savage pain ut his heart, when he learned
that a letter had been sent to a distant uunt
to see if hIio would not look after Barbara
while she enjoyed the advantages of finish
ing school for young ladies. The longest
summer days would fude into short sum
mer nights, and by-und-by, when the first
yellow leaves would be drooping into
pools ami hollows, Barbara would go away
Eben was too much of a man to sigh,
and too muscular to do without his supper,
but he fell into the habit of taking long
walks alone, or of sitting under the honey
suckles on the porch where he could see
the moon rise and where he could hear the
young ladies singing rather plaintive song,
accompanied by the cracked strains of the
old harpsichord in tho best room.
He hud just plucked the first round, full
rose of May, and, twirling it thoughtfully
in his fingers as be strolled down the gar
den path to his work-shop, when ho heard
the breezy flutter of a muslin robe and n
as . . ( II 1 1 1 .1 I
light loouau ocninu mm on me grave
walk. He turned with a blaze ol hie in
his black eyes and the roso extended. It
was Theo who came rapidly after him
swinging a white suu-uonnet by one string
Theo was a saucy, petulant, provoking
young person of sixteen, whoso pranks and
whims had often tried Ebcns temper sore
ly having him stop the harvesting to sad
dle Kulot, her pony, or meddle with hi
tools and upset Ins newest invention. But
Theo's eyes were such a lovely blue and her
smile so bewitching that Eben had not the
heart to scold, besides he had humored her
in nil her wilfulness himself, and there was
the laintest resemblance to Barbara in the
brow and dimpled chin which tied him
hand and toot.
"Oh, what a lovely thing!'' said Theo
coveting the rose and stretching out her
plump little hand. "Is it for me ;"
"No," said Eben rather gruffly. "I've
had an eye on this bud for some time. I
noticed that your Lady Isabels are in fine
condition. You will have a cluster of them
by the day after to-morrow."
"Well, you old stingy, 1 suppose you don't
mind running down to tho mail tor me; I
forgot what Barbara asked mo to do, and 1
shall get a scolding from mamma, who
can't have Bab crossed in anything, you
"I shall have to go down and see Nanson
about the wagon gear anyway to-night, and
I can just as well stop at the post-oflice. Is
it tho letter trom from New Haven ! And
Eben very thoughtlessly bit off the leaves
of the rose and mangled them with his
strong white teeth.
Yes, it was the letter from New Haven,
and Eben wai charged to bring up a new
novel, and some pink sewing silk and
eighteen celluloid buttons by Theo, who
ran after him to suggest chocolate caramels
in case the letter failed.
It was a sort of satisfaction to him that
the letter did fail. But it hurt him to see
Barbara's disappointment, He had remem
bered Theo's womanish little errands, and
he still held the rose, which he laid now on
Barbara's clasped hands. For all she had
grown to hate the old place, she loved its
old-fashioned big fluffy roses a fondly as
when a child, and Eben had braided a long
garland of them for her out of the finest
She caressed the rose and tucked it in
among the curling locks, where it nestled
just against her check Eben flushed und
paled as lie remembered how he had laid
his heart in the heart of that rose.
"The letter will be sure to be here to
morrow." he said gently. "I am going
down the first thing in tiie morning. The
young ladies around Larborough are not to
be without a gallant tins season. A hand
some young man from New York has come
down to stay some weeks in the neighbor
hood; I met him with Dr. Ormsby in the
Eben was not slow to note that this bit
of news awakened a faint show of interest
"What was he like?" said Barbara, blush
ing a little. "I trust he is an acquisition.
Did he look like a gentleman?-'
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T0LV. K0CK AMi KYE.
The Onlv .Remedy
THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TIME ON
AND THE KIDNEYS.
This combined a. tion gives it wonderful power
10 Ctlle U.I d'.seli-cf
Why am: we Sick?
Merauss! we ailow these great organs to become
cioggi il or toriml. arid tmlwi iflfillti hiitniiFat am rv...
I fop lWmi ir,w the i'lood ihct fhoitld be txi'''
I tin !1 Pit! k-
BII.!.IOtSKSS. PILES. CONSTIPATl'V
KIDNEY t ( ..Ml' I A I NTS. UilSAKY Dij
K.sE. KKM A1.E W K A K N E -s E !j
AND NEKVdl DlUKlEl:s,
by eaiisinc free action of the? organs uud ri'c:
iliiMlic :r power to throw olf disease.
Why suilej llilhous pains and aches'
Why tormented with Tiles Constipation:
Why frightened over disordered Kidney,'
Why endure nervous and sick headaches'
Iry have sleepless nights'
IV KIDN EY-WOKT and rejoice In Health.
Il Is a dry, vegetable compound and
One pucUtfe will make six quarts of Mediein.
let It of your Druggist, he will order it for yaa
WELLS, ItlCHAKDSON A CO.. Proprietor-.
- HurlingWn. t
L V ALIUS ON
KKAi ) 30 DAWS
1 PI IS ? TRIAL.
If you would rgaln health and strength, witboii'.
the use ol drugs, try Heat h's Improved Electric
Sponge lleli. which we will semi on Irlal. Agen
wanted. Address W , ItKXiriiOoir7MicT
A NOW Com pOlllul, SelentlUca lT
prepared of llulHiiiii Tolii, Crystalled Hock
Candy, DM Ilye Whisky and other Tonics. ,Th
Korniiilii Is known to our liest plivslcliins, Is highly
commended l.y them, and the Atidvslsof one of our
most prominent chemists. Prof vi', A. Mariner, of
Chicago. Is ou the label of every bottle tt Is a well
known fact to the medical profession that TOLU.
ItHCK and KYE will art'ord the greatest relief for
cotigl.s, Colds, Influenza, llri.iicliltls, Wore Throat,
Weak l.tiliga, alro Consumption, iu the Incipient
and advanced stages of that disease,
It can he used ast lteverage and for an Appetl.
.i r, making an effective tonic for Family use, Try
It, you will find it pleasant Intake., of great service,
if weak or debilitated, as II gives Strength, Toutt
and Activity to the whole human Iraniu.
(fTPut up Iu tuiii'lsi.e llottles for Eatnlly tiro.
LA WKENCeTTmAKTI N,
Hole Agents f r the I'nlled states and I'aiiatlv.
Also Importers of Fine Wines, Liquors n ml Clgari,
111 Madison Htreet. Chicago,
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