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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUKDAV MORNING, MAY 15, 1850.
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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
Headquarters of Democratic State Central
Committee. Springfield, Ill , March 18, leA I
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic Hate convention will be held at
Springfield on Thursday, the loth day of June,
1HH, at 10 o'clock, a. in., to appoint delegates to
the national Democratic convention to he held at
Cincinnati on the ."ind day of June. lno, and to
nominate candidates for the following state oftlces.
Sccrctarv of state.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also for the purpose or nominating presidential
By directions of the last national convention
the delegates will be Instructed by the
state convention to vote for or ugaiiiBt the abroga
tion of the two-thirds rule.
All citizens who are in accord with the Demo
cratic party in principle and and sympathies with
it objects are Invited to participate in sending
delegate to the convention.
The several conuties. will be entitled to one dele
eat for every four hundred votes, and one delegate
lor every fraction thereof In excess of two hundred,
based oh the vote cast lor Samuel J . Tilden in ltTti.
T. W. Mi'.N KliLY,
A. Oiienikuiff, Chairman.
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVENTION
A Democratic Senatorial convention composed of
delegates from the several counties lu this Fif
tieth I district, will meet at Murphyshoro. on Thurs
day, July 8. IShO, at 2 o'clock, p. m.. for the pur
pose of nominating one csndldute for Mate senator
and two representatives in the general as-etnbly.
Basis of representation: One delegate for each
a) votes and fraction over 100 votes cast for W.J.
Allen, for congress, In 178. The counties will lie
entitled to delegates as follows:
Vote for Allen. Del
Alexander Wo '
Jackson 1 MM 8
I'nion 1 !'M 10
By order of committee.
J. P. Mi L.MN, Chairman.
T. F. Hoi-row. Secretary
Dated Jouesboro, May S. !80
The New Madrid Record-Tribune con
tains the following reinitrkaljlc statcnit'Dt :
"The river bank is caving rapidly again;
in front of the railroad depot on Thursday
it caved at the rated KM) feet in sixty
Hon. F. M. YorNonLoou, of Franklin
county, has announced himself as a candi
date for office of representative to the gen
eral assembly from the forty-seveHth dis
trict. Hon. James M. Greg;, of Saline
county, is, we. believe seeking the same of
fice. The Galena (111.) Gazette makes the lol
lowing "official" announcement relative to
the movements of ex-President Grant and
family: '"Gen. Grant and Mrs. Grant will
leave Galena about the 2.1th of next month
for the Rocky mountains. They w ill so.
journ during the extreme hot weather at
Maniton Spring, and will not go to the sea
side this year. Uefore they return to Ga
lena they will take a short run through the
prolific mining regions of Colorado and
Wyoming. Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris will
not visit her parents this year."
Sir'Joiin A. Mauhi.naU), makes the
point that, admitting the Monroe doctrine
to the fullest extent, the (pa-en of England,
being queen of Canada, is an American
power, and as such, has as much right to
extend her protection over a canal across
the IsthmuB of Panama, as the United
States lias. Ho wants it understood tlut
the United States is not the only American
power. If Canada were not a dependency
of Great Britain, perhaps Sir John's por
tion would have some force in it.
Gradually the railroads are gaining a
foothold in the Indian territory, und it
will not bo long, therefore, before the
territory will be opened to white settle,
mcnt. The railway committee of the house
ot representative! las just reported favora
bly on a bill granting authority to a com
pany to construct a line of railroad and
telegraph from Arkansas City to Fort
Smith. Arkansas. The road follows the
general lino of the Arkansas river through
the Indian territory. Tli'm will make the
third railroad crossing the Territory, and
when they are all in running order it will
be next to impossible to keep settlers nut
of the country.
The Tribune has recently presented state
ments from a largo number of the proiuin
cut insurance officials and actuaries ot vari
ous states, giving their opinions of and ex
periences with the vagary known as 'co
operative" or "assessment" life-insurance.
It is noteworthy that every one of these
men was outspokcu iu declaring the system
which professes to give life insurance with
out paying any attention to mortality ta
bles, reserves, capital, assets, or state laws
to be iibsurd in theory and delusive iu prac
tice. This testimony was freely given by
men in no way interested in life insurance
except as careful students and public servi
tors, and is invaluable evidence
ngainst the folly of trying
to insure human life without either
money or experience. As Actuary Harney
of Missouri tersely put it, "The actuaries of
state departments who have an expert
knowledge of the business of life-insurance
but arc in no way concerned in the utfairs
of any life company are unanimous in their
lisbelief iu the practical benefits of the co
operatives. I here is considerable ot tins
so-called co-operative business done in the
west, and it is plainly the duty of the forth
coming legislatures to enact laws which
shall bring the societies under the strict
management of the state insurance officials.
A scheme of life-insurance which cannot
point to a coinpnny organized in conson
ance with its peculiar precepts which has
ever lasted ten vcars is too dangerous and
irresponsible to be allowed to run unhind
ered by official supervision.
THE CONOHESHIOXAL I.TIITt A I! Y W EST POINT
IN THE SEN' ATE TAKIFK LEGISLATION,
From our regular correspondent.
Washington, May 11, 10.
An extension of the congressional library
seems to be a necessity, and we may expect,
at no distant day to see another magnifi
cent public edifice in Washington, de
signed for the accommodation of the vast
accumulation of books that are now crowd
ed on the shelves and piled upon the rioor
of the halls of the capitol. There are in
the library 375,000 volumes while there is
only shelf room for 280,000, leaving 05,000
volumes to be piled on the floor and stuck
away in nooks and comers, In addition to
these volumes there are 1 '.'0,000 pamphlets
and over 0,000 bound volumes of new spapers
besides a large number of valuable maps
and charts, all of which have to be packed
away like dry goods in a crowded store. If
the library was not in chaige of an excep
tionally able and efficient librarian its util
ity would be almost wholly destroyed.
Such a thing as a retired corner or desk
where any body can quietly examine
authorities and make notes is an impossi
bility. The boxes of books which me con
stantly being received have to be opened
under the very feet of visitors to the li
brary. One-fourth ot the books are not
provided with shelf room, and when they
are called for whole stacks must be over
hauled and dark recesses ransacked. The
wantnf proper accommodation for books is
causing the destruction of a great many,
and on the score of economy, better accom
modations are demanded.
The senate has been the more active
house of congress during the week. Mr.
Allison's amendment to the bill authorizing
a retireil list tor non-commissioned oflicrs,
by which the president is required to ap
point two colored cadets annually to West
Point, was debated with some animation,
General Hurnside favoring it even to the
point f wishing the academy abolished if it
could not stand the color test. Mr. Hoar
objected to embodying race discriminations
in legislation, and Mr. Dawes proposed five
instead of two appointments, leaving the
president free to make them of any color
he pleased. Mr. Conkling seemed inclined
to stop making any more white appoint
ments until the black man's past exclusion
from West Point had been amply compen
sated. The Kellogg debate was resumed,
and the Indian bill passed.
The ways and means committee con
tinued work on the tariff bill yesterday,
nearly finishing it. The matter of salt is
still left in statu quo but will probably be
disposed of on Saturday, when the commit
tee will hold a meeting to complete its con
sideration and finally act upon the measure.
Members of the committee now state it as
their positive belief that the bill will be
adopted on Saturday ami reported to the
house early next week for early considera
tion, Senator Morgan introduced into the sen
ate yesterday a resolution providing for the
method of counting the electoral vote. It
i important, as it In supposed to embody
thu views agreed upon at the caucus held
Greatly increased receipts from customs
continue to bo reported. We are buying
foncgn goods with old time extravagance,
and the usual result will follow. I5y the
end of the yeur we shall lie shipping gold
ANNIE UOIIEHTSON NOXON.
Yes, he looked like one, Ebeu was com
pelled to admit that he did, and that he
wore elegant clothes, aud had slender soft
white hands which Ebeu hal not.
Days after this, Eben in an agony of
jealous anguish was compelled to accord the
strangr a great many other advantages and
accomplishments. He rode well, was a
good shot, talked fluently, sketched pass
ably, understood women, and was Miss
Leighton's most anient admirer.
Ebeu foresaw all this, and yet once when
their mingled voice floated out to his little
den, he brought down a hammer wrathfully
and smashed his thumb nail. Morning
and night he saddled and brought round
horses for Barbara ami Mr. Ney, and
went away to his work iu tho hot
fields while they were cantering down
the shady roads, and Mrs. Leigh
ton aud Theo were beatiug eggs iu the
buttery and getting up rare dishes for tea.
The letter had come from New Haveu aud
Barbara had answered briefly that she
could uot go until some time later. She
hud never looked so animated and beauti
ful as now. She rarely saw Eben, sending
him her requests by her sister, and Eben
went on at his inventions feeling as if
every blow of his chisel drove out a piece of
his heart's core. And, although he would
have scorned the idea, Ebeu had grown
wonderfully haggard and pale with great
dark circles under his eyes since Dr. Orms
by had introduced Edgar Ney to the Leigh
tons. He took little pride in the knowledge
that he was t'le better man of the two, but
he did know that he could crush Ney with
one hand into a limp, shapeless mass, and
he wondered sometimes why he did not.
One day he was seized with a tit of tremb
ling. He was pruning a pear tree when he
looked up and Barbara stood belore him.
iu her, habit, switching at the mottled but
terflies that fluttered on the holly-hocks,
and around Ebcn's brown hands.
'How pale and ill you look, Ebeu."' It
was the least she could say, and it was the
truth. Ebcn's heart beat madly for a mo
ment and then went on slowlv.
"I am not one to get ill, Miss Barbara; I
am not browned so much as usual, per
His l,Miss Barbara" sounded oddly, and
his looks belied his words. She looked
down at the ground and said nervously :
"1 hope you will not argue with inc this
morning, Eben, but I've set my heart on
riding the colt, Tain O'Shanter, to the lalls.
I am not in the least afraid."
"But I am," said Eben,. calmly. "I can
not permit you to risk your life with that
"Mr. Ney will take care of his vicious-
ness," Barbara answered, a trifle insolent-
"Mr. Ney may rule O shunter and wel
come, but 1 cannot consent for you to."
"J hen I must do it without vour consent.
Be so kind as to have the colt around in a
quarter of an hour.''
Eben finished his pear tree and went
into the shop to wash his hands of blood.
He had cut hniisell to the bone. Barbara
and Ney sat on the porch reading from the
"Princess," when the horses appeared. The
colt shcricd and reared when Barbara
sprang lightly in her saddle. An admira
ble horsewoman, she held her own tinely,
and Eben stood as if rooted to the ground
until a turn in the road hid them fruin
sight, then like a deer he set oil' down a
footway toward where the railway crossed
the road as with horror he remembered
that the morning express would come down
in ten minutes. The riders had stopped
by the way to permit Mr. Ney to dismount
and gather the first cardinals for Barbara.
As they trotted sharply down the road, the
roar of the train was heard ju.it beyond
the curve. Maddened with terror the wild,
young horse Barbara rode reared, plunged
and sprang away from the other horse- and
darted down the cut toward the train.
With a hoarse shout to "sit firm" Eben
rushed out from the copse and ftnnu him
self under his hoofs. He t aught the bit
in Ins -hands ami pulled the colt on his
haunches, and then a violent kick made
him drop like a log. Some wnudchnpper-,
came to the rescue, and as they lifted Jiar
bara oil' the train thundered by. Eben was
picket! up for dead, and even Mr. Ney de
clared he was a "brave fellow."
In an agony of grief and remorse Bar
bara hung near him all those tedious days,
when Ebcn's mind wandered and lie mut
tered troubled, incoherent sentences, in
which, poor fellow, he told all his hopes
and fear. He was now indeed haggard
ami ghostly pale, with an ugly near in his
left temple, and his hands lay weak and
nerveless on the coverlet. The first mo
ment of sanity and consciousness which
came made him sigh aud wish that lie had
remained oblivious to life and its miseries.
It was Barbara who leaned on him while
her great brown eyes fillet! with tears.
"Oh, Eben; how can you bear to look at
i lie? You can never forgive me!"
"You would not say that if you knew
what is in my heart."
"Can not you tell me Eben? I am so
"1 am sorry for that; I must not tell you,
Barbara. I cannot Buffer more than 1
"Thtn shall 1 tell you sonicthin;;?" and
she hid her face in the pillow. He put out
his hand and touched her head caressingly.
"I have been very wilful ami blind and
very unhappy, Eben. I would have given
my life to save yours, as you gave yours for
"But, Barbara; oh, Barbara, my darling;
I gave mine because 1 loved you better
than life, than Heaven. I would rather
have died than live to lose you forever."
"But you will not lose mo Her arms
stole tenderly around hi in aud she laid her
cheek against his. "I owe my life to you
and it is yours."
"Barbara, think what you are saying. I
shall be mad enough to think that you care
for mo !"
"Eben, my love, you are all the world to
me. Cannot you see that this is so?"
"My own 1"
With ono great effort and a spavin of his
old strength Eben pressed Iter to his heart.
"And you never mount to niurry Noy?"
"I am afraid I only meant to mako you
jealous," said Rarbara, with her old sauci
ness. "I shall mend now fast enough, but not
until you have promised to abide by what I
say, my darling."
"I promise solemnly."
"Then wo shall bo married to-morrow."
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that its former proprietor advertised it for
years throughout tho United States under a
positive guarantee, offering if 100 reward for
an incurable case and was never called
upon to pay this reward except in two
cases. This remedy has 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 50 cents.
I'.NAHIJ; TO I'.nEAlHK THItOfi.H NOSE.
Poiiti.ani)ti.u:,.Io., March 11, 17'J,
Du.R. V. Piejice:
Dear Sir Some time ago I bought a
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Remedy and Golden Medical Discovery
and commenced to use them. The aches
and pains as well as sore throat and catarrh
from which 1 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 use of
the Catarrh Remedy I can now d so freely.
Your medicines I know to be all that they
are represented. Long live Dr. Pierce und
the gentlemen connected with him.
Gratefully yours, Waton Smith.
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Good Evidence. When such men as
the Rev. Dr. Rankin, Rev. Dr. Harvey,
Prof. Green, Dr. Bartiue, Col. John K. Mc
Chesney, E. W. Neff, and a host of others
equally trustworthy, certify over their own
signatures to the marvelous efficacy of
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the diseases for which it is recommended,
it is time to dismiss doubts on the subject.
New Yonk, June 17, 1877, 311 East 74th
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street, New York City: Gentlemen I
thank you trom all my heart for the benefit
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Listen to this. The unbiased opinion
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zer, miiliiiif an cfl'eetlve tonic for Fu'.nliy use. Try
it. you will llnd it pleasant to take, of ereat service.
If weak or debilitated, as It pives Strength, Tone
and Activity to the whole huiimu Ir.nne.
jfT'l'ut rip in liiHrt -Ize Dottles lor Family use.
LAWRENCE it MARTIN,
So'e Aients fcr Hie I'nlted States and Canadtis.
Also Importers of Fine Wines, LI;Uorsui,d Citurs,
111 Madison Street. Chic 111:0.
Sold bv llrut't'lsts and DeHiers everywhere.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAP, LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car .Lroad! a SpcciMtv
) b" 1'' 1 C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rr i i
rUl I la 11 Atirl AlriA
Amern un 1'atriotism. '"ceut-.
Tallie s History of English Literature. Ticf-i:,.
Cecil sllook ofNalurai llistorv. $1
I'ictoral ILjmrty I.esiroa. re nts
Sajtii?-. by author of Sparrcm eras- I'apsrs ' c
Mrs. llemaiis' Poetical Works. 7', c ents
Kitto's Cyclop din of liib Literature. J vol !
Kollin's Anrietit History. : .",
Smith's Dirtionarv oltlie llilile, illustrated i
W orks ot t latins Joseph us. f J
I Comic History of tin- f s. Hojikins, iiji.. .Mrr...
Ilealthby Exercise. Dr (i.-o If Ta lor. rs cen'.i
Health for W omen. DMieo H la". lor. N'ctn'
! Liurary Ma;.iine. locei:ts a No. Si a year
Library Mairame, bound volumes. hOccnu
Leaves from the D'.ary of au o.d lawyer. 1
I Eac h of the above hound in loth If h a.ai;
postage extra. .Most of the books are also pub
Kind in flue editions and (Ine bindings, at a.gise."
I Descriptive Ca'alo'.-iies and terms to clubs dor- fr- ;
I on appliratiou
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Iancy G rocorii'-S
Flour of all tirades. Selected Testf.
Pure Colieesand Spices.
( hoicc Syrups: and Mobiles, Foreign
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Fruits in Variety. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
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Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side IVpijr.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES.
Manufacturer of and Dealer InAlso
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARS
(.f7AU. kinds op job woiik HONS to ortPinl
NO. 27, EIGHTH STUEET,
f'AlliO, : ILLINOIS
1T 4 VAC1 $'"" to 14(0 (with stool, cOTcr
I I A A I IN """I '"'ok 1. All strictly tlrst chss
j.iiuiuu11(ll wholesale; factor
prices. These pianos made one of thu finest dls
jilays at the centennial exhibition, and were tiiotn
imouslv recommended or the hirliext honors. Tho
Square Unions contain Miithushck's new dtipVc
oversirunii scale, tint (.-rentes! Improvement lu th
history of piano inakine- The uprights are th.
Ilnesl In Amcriru. Catalogue of 4S piijjcs-mall 'd
.It'tllLEE OHOANS, the best In the world. Aa
f stoi' orpan only ti!: 1:1 stops, $'o" with all thu
latest uii'l' best improvement, possessing power
depth, brilliancy and svmimihetlc quality of tone.
Heaiillful solo effects and perfect stop action.
Soiid walnut cases ol beautiful design aud elegant
Jlnish. Circular free. All I'hinos and Organs sent
011 15 day-' test trlal-frulght free If iinsiitlsliictnry
Don't full to write us be- A TL)
fore buying, foslttvely we UlHliil O
offer the het bargains, rao
tory anil warerooms, 5V th Street and 1 1 nth avenit
WIJLMT MITSJIfii" one-third price
Ml TiTi I iUlJMl eatiiioiMie. of 3,000
choice pieces sent forSc stamp Address,
Mendelssohn Piano Co., Vox' SUM, S. Y.