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ILLINOIS DEMUl'KATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. Headquarters of Pcmoeratic State Central I
committee. Sprinpth-ld. Ill . March IS, laW). j
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Demorra'ic state convention will be held at
BprinKfield on Thursday, the Hub day of June.
INC. at 10 o'clock, a. in., to appoint delegates to
the national Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the ejud tlav of June. 1tNi, and to
nominate candidates for the following state offices,
Secretary of tiitc. ,
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also for" the purpose of nomina'.ius presidential
By directions of the last national convention
the delegates will be instructed by the
Htiite convention to vote for or against the abroga
tion of the two-third" rule.
All citizens who ure in accord with the Demo
cratic party in principles and and sympathize w ith
it objects are invited to participate in cfudln
delegates to the convention.
The several counties will be entitled to one dete
nte for every four hundred votes, and one delegate
lor every fraction thereof in escess of two hundred,
based on the vote cast lor Miniuel J . Tilden In lS'i.
T. V. M;N EELY,
A. OKEvooiirf. Chairman.
DEMOCHATIO SKNATOKIAL CONVENTION
A Democratic Senatorial convent in composed of
delegate from the several counties iu tlii i Fif
tieth district, will meet at Murphvsboro. on Thurs
day, .luly . 10, at 4 o'clock, p. m.. for the pur
pose of noininatins.' one candidate fur elate senator
and two representatives in the general u-etnbly.
Basis of representation: due delegate for each
votes aud fraction over KJO votes cum. for W. .1 .
Allen, for congress, in lCv The counties will lie
entitled to delegates as follows:
Vote for Allen. P-l
Jackson 1 M
'Inion 1 I'M 11
liy order of cominittee.
I. P. Mi Lain, Chairman.
T. F. Hoitiin. Secret nry
Duted JotieVboro, May s. isso.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CON VENTH 'N .
The Democratic voters of Alexander county are
requested to meet at the court house, Cairo, on
Friday, June 4th. l-'i. at '.' o'clock I'- m. for the
purp se of select lie delegates to the state, cotl
Kressloual nod senatorial conventions, and to ap
point a central committee for the eiisuiii,; two
By orJe" of Alexander County Democratic t'en
B. F. lli.AKt:. Sec ii-i.rv.
Veuy little lias bwn huunl of Thurlow
WcpiI lately, lie is about tired of briny
neglected, however, ami lately nunc t i tin
front to feity that he thinks that it is about
time fur (.iraut to withdraw t'nra the con
.tcatforthepfesidenti.il nomination. It is
doubtful if Grant holds the Mime opinion us
Thurlow Weed in this matter.
Genkiui. Pirn, !iiekiiu.n wits undoubt
edly a brilliant soldier, but he didn't prove
t3 be a very brilliant witness before the
court of inquiry in General Warren's case.
Under the skillful handling of Mr. Stick
aey, Geneial Warren's lawyer, Sheridan
contradicted himself a number of times
and made admissions relative t his own
conduct in his treatment of Warren, that
ro anything but complimentary to him.
Great men are n-)t always as great as they
ppear to be.
The advocates ot woman suffrage have
Jto particular occasion to be huppy over tlie
' ction of the senate of New Yoik in passing
the constitutional amendment granting wo
men of that state the riirl.t to vote. That
amendment has a long road to travel hct nc
it becomes a part ol the state constitution.
It must first be adopted by the
lower branch of the legislature, and then
ly the legislature which assembles in lb'.',
and must then be submitted to a popular
JfVIU. iiivvu.'U'Vi . v kum Ik nil HI' n
long while before women aro admitted to
a Tin Mniinnu ...... 4l...t '. . ...:l I . .
vote in New York.
Tub effort of Mr. Whitthoi m , of Tttitics
tce, to reduce the pay of aeuators and re-ji
l-eaenatires in congress was a complete
failure. Mr. Wuittborne proiiosed that
senators and representatiucs should be paid
by the month at the snr.io rate nt which
tliey are now paid, but that they should be
paid only for the time that congress is
actually in session. In defeating this
proposition the Democrats mid Republicans
found themselucs, for the first time for a
long while, acting together. There is, per
haps, only one other measure upon which
they could unite with any degree of unani
mity, mid that is a measure to increase
their pay. They are always ready to join
hands when their persoual interests are nt
A new interpretation has been given to
the law in England with regard to a hus
band's liability for his wife's milliner bills.
It has always been supposed that under tlje
common law a husband is bound to pay his
wife's bills as along ns they are reasonable,
and until he announces in some public
manner that ho will no longer be lhible for
them. This, however, it seems is a mis
take. According to a recent, decision of
the highest court in England, if a husband
tells his wife privately that she can no
longer use his credit, a trades
man who trusts the wife
can collect nothing from either the husband
or wife. The lord chief justice said, in
rendering his decision, that, although this
interpretation of the law was hard on the
tradesman, "it would be harder still upon
the husband to lay upon him a burden of
liability against his will, and from which
he would be unable to relieve himself, ex
cept by public advertisement not to trust
his wife." Nothing caa be collected from
the wife where she makes debts in her hus
band's name, because she is exonerated
from process of debt. Tradesmen in Eng
lann will hereafter be careful how they
trust married women.
TIIE METHODIST CHUltClI.
SKETCHES OK TUE NEW BISIIOI'S.
Below we give sketches ol the new bish
ops of the Methodist Episcopal church,
whose election by the general conference in
session at Cincinnati ou the 12th inst., has
already been announced :
CYRUS D. KOSS.
Mr. Foss was born at Kingston, N Y.,
Jan. 17, 1834. lie eutered Wesleyau Uni
versity, aud graduated therefrom in lSio4.
Soon alter graduation he became a teacher
in the seminary at Anienia, N. Y., of which
institution he was elected principal in l'od.
The year following he joined the New
York conference. In that conference he
tilled the most important appointments. In
1875 he was elected president of Wes
leyau University. The ability he has ex
hibited in this and other fields of labor,
and the confidence the Methodist church
has in his fitness for the highest office in
its gift, caused his name to be placed iu
front of those mentioned for the Episco
pacy. Mr. Foss has, including the present
one, been a member of the general confer
ence three times, and is well and widely
known. The only objection that has been
otl'ered, and that only by implication and
not by name, to bis being elected to the
bishopric is his rare tituess for the position
he now tills. A thoroughly competent ed
ucator is looked upon as invaluable, aud as
Mr. Foss is numbered among this class, it
was thought by some that he ought not to
betaken from the position in which lie can
do such great good, even to be raised to a
iioininully higher one. Mr. Foss' name
was before the geueial conterenee eight
years ago when eight bishops were elected
but he withdrew from the contest when
Dishop Foster, a member of the same con
ference, was chosen. .
JOHN K. HIRST. ,
Mr. Hurst was born near Salem, Md.
August 17, ls;M, and is a comparatively
j oung man. He prepared for college at Cam
bridge academy, and graduated .villi much
honor when L'O years old. lie taught an
cient languages two years in Iledding in
stitute, New York, and then weut to Ger
many, where he continued his theological
studies at the Universities of Halle and
Heidelburg. He returned to the United
States in 1S."S, and entered the Newark
conference, lu this he continued tor some
time in the itinerant work, until appointed
principal of the theological department of
the Mission Institute of the Methodist
church at Bremen, Germany. Dining his
charge this institute was removed to Fr mk-lort-on-the-Main,
and renamed the Martin
Biblical Institute. In this position he re
mained three years, and while there traveled
extensively in all parts ol Europe.
He returned to America in 1S71,
and became professor of histori
cal theology in the Drew Theological Iu
atitute at Madison, N. J. Dr. Hurst suc
ceeded to the presidency in 187:1. Dr. 1!. S.
Foster soon after was elected bishop. He
is a distinguished writer, and, while yet a
very young man, startled the literary world
by his "History of nationalism,"' which at
once made him famous, He i a prolific
writer and translator; is the author of
"Martyrs to the Tract Cause,'' Outlines ot
Bible History, Life and Literature in the
Fatherland," 'Outlines of Church Histoiy,''
aud "Our Theological Century,' und has
translated and edited Hagensbaeh's "His
tory of the-Church in the Eighteenth and
Nineteenth ('"nturies," Van Oesterzee's
"Lectures in Defense of Johns Gospel,"
Lunge's "Commentary on the Epistle to the
Romans," and the"Moud Essays ot L. An
nate us Seneca," lie is one of the most ver
satile men in the church, aud in nearly
every department of literature to which he
devotes attention, is a recognized authority.
In person he is of medium size, is well built,
light complt-xioned, aud is genial and so
cial iu manner.
tll'.NUY W. W.UIKKN.
Dr. Warren is a native of Massachusetts;
graduated at Wesh-ymi university in IBM,
and for two years t.uight the ancient lan
guages at Wilbraham semimiry. In 1H.VJ
he joined the New England conference,
and while a member of it was appointed
to leading churches. In 1804 the Massa
chusetts state senate appointed nm to
preach the election sermon. He was trans
ferred to the Philadelphia conference iu
1871, and stationed at Arch street church,
and in 1874 to the Jsew ioik east con
ference. Ho remained three- years in that
conference, when ho was again transferred
to the Philadelphia coulcrcnce, and sta
tioned at Arch street church a second time.
Ho has written considerably lor the church
periodicals, and has traveled cxteusively
in Europe ami tlie east, lie is tlie author
of a book of travels called "Sights and lu
s'ghts," and a popular work on astronomy.
E. O. HAVEN.
This gentleman is especially distinguish
ed as an educator and a writer. Ho is now
chancellor of Syracuse University, N. Y.,
in which position he has done much to a i
vaaco the educational interests of thu
church. He was bom at Boston, Nov. 1,
182(, nnd graduated from Wesleyau Uni
versity in 1840. For two years he wus pro
feasor in Amenia Seminary. In 18-18 he
engaged in pastor work, and continued
that relation until 18.V1, when he accepted
a position in the University of Michigan,
tilling successively the professorship of
Latin and that of rhetoric and English
literature. He was elected editor of Zion's
Herald, Boston, in 185(1, and rilled that po
sition until 180M, when he was elected
president of Michigan University. In 18G!)
he was elected president of the North
western university .at Evanston, Ills., in
which he remained three years. He was
two years secretary of the board of
of education of tie-Methodist church, and
is now performing fie duties ot that office
and in 1870 fhe wis made chancellor of
Syracuse university, in which position he
still remains. Including the present one,
Dr. Haven has been a member of rive gen
eral conferences. In all he has been prom
inent. He was chairman of the commit
tee which provided for the introduction of
lay delegations in the general conference;
and the bishop appointed him fraternal
delegate to the English and Irish Wesleyau
church. He is the author of several books,
the best known of which is "Haven's
Rhetoric." lie is an able and eloquent
preacher, and his services an- much in de
mand as a lecturer. He is affable and soci
able, spare in person, end of medium
height. His tame has been mentioned in
connection with the episcopacy.
O.nk way To EroNOMtZK. Many a poor
man, if required to account for the manner
in which he has expended his iucome,
would find bills on his family physician for
"medical services," among the leading
items. In seven cases out of ten, acute dis
eases are the result of some neglected
chronic disease. Thus, fevers invariably
result from diseased condition of the blood
liver, and a timely use of alternative, or
blood-purifying, and cathartic remedies
would have averted the prostrating illiness,
that otten leaves the svstein irreparably in
jured. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery and I'leasent l'urgittive f 'diets are
the best alternative nnd carthartic medi
cines yet compounded. Full directions are
given for administering them, together
with an accurate description of the symp
toms demanding their use. They will not
cure all human ills ias some medicines are
advertised to do), but tliey will cure the
disease for which thev are compounded
Who is Mr.s. Wl.NM.owT As this oues-
tion is frequently asked, we will simply
say that sue is a lauy who lor upwards oi
thirty years has untiringly devoted her
time and talents as a female .ihvsician and
nurse, principally among children, She
has especially studied the constitution and
wants ot this numerous class, and, as a re
sult of this effort, find practical knowledge,
obtained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, and is
moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this article Mi. Winslow i.
becoming world renowned as a benefactor
of her race; children certainly do vis-- tip
and ble-s her; especially is this the cum- iu
this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing
Syrup arc daily sold aud Used here. We
think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her
name by this invaluable artiele, and we
sincerely believe th'iu-atids of children
have been saved from an early irrave by its
timely use, and thut millions vet unborn
will share its benefits, "d unite in calling
her ble-sed. No mother has discharged
her duty to her suffering little -tie, in out
opinion, until she has given it the benefit
of Mrs. Winslow's S-mt'iing Syrup. Try
it, mothers -tiy it now. Ladies' Visitor.
New York city. Sold by all druggists.
Twenty-five cents a kitte.
TlMKl.Y C.VtTIoN. Oi-ne.ilii- Hop Bitt- ls
are put up in square ptmeied, amber-colored
bottles, with white label on on- side
printed in black letters, and recti hup
cluster, and on the other side yellow
paper with red letter--; revenue stamp over
the cork. This is the only tortii in which
genuine Hop Bitters are put i,p) und tin
sole right to make, sell and use them is
granted to the Hop Bitters M f'g Co., of
Rochester. N. Y., and Toronto, Out., by
patents, copyright ami trade murk. All
others put up in any other way or by any
one else, claiming to be like it or pretend
ing to contain hops by whatever names
they may be called, arc bogus and unfit for
use, and only put up to sell and client the
people on the credit and popularity of Hop
To all who are. suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a receipt that will cure you,
free of charge, This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelop
to the Rev. Joseph T. Ititnan, Station I),
New York City.
Who has not heard of Frank Harden
burg, nf the Fifth Avenue Theatre, New
York, I Rag Money Jim in "Pique") Ho
says, I always Use Giles' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia; it is a wonderful remedy for
pain, especially inflammatory iheumatism,
sore throat, enlarged joints and varicose
veins, from which I suffered; was cured by
its use, Giles' Pills cures Billioiisness, Sold
by all druggists. Stud for pamphlet. Trial
size, 25 rents. Dit. Gii.k.m,
1 20 West Broadway, N, Y.
Wk.hk man to conform inoro to the laws
of health and of nature, and be less ad
dicted to the gratification of his passions,
it would not be necessary to advertise Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of HypophoHphitcs
ns a restorative for the power of the brain
and nervous system, while the world's pro
gress enlightenment would indeed be marvellous.
A HOl'HKHOl.D NI.Kl), A book OU the
liver, its diseases and their treatment sent
freo. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
headache, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria,
etc. Address Dr. Sanlon'l, C1 Broadway,
New York City, N. Y.
M fata i. Srit a in Ubi.ikvwi. The Wash
ington, D. C, Critic says: "It is intimated
to us that members of the senate and house
are freely using Warner's Safe Nervine
for relief of nervous postration incident
upon the severe strain upon their mental
The Voltaic Bki.t Co., MAr.smu.,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Elec tro
Voltaic Belts to the aft'.icted upon l!0 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed, Tliey
mean what they say. Write to them with
When exhausted by mental labor Jtako
Kidney-Wort to maintain healthy nct.ou cf
5 YEARS HE KOBE THE I'lT.LIC.
I),-. 0. McLANE'S
are not recommended as it-s.eiiy "for a.l
the ills that flesh is l.t-ir to," b.it in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billiuus com-,
plaint?, Dyspepsia, and ick Headache, or
diseases of that eharactir, they .i.d with
out a rival.
AOUi: AX1Y FEVKK.
No better cathartic tan be used prepara
tory to. or after taking quinine.
As a simple p'.rgat.ve they are ..r.te..a!ed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
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Each wrapper bears the signs: -ret tf C.
McLane and Fleming Bums.
J-f'Insist upon having the reruinc D:t.
C. McLane's Livti; Pills prepared by
FLEMIMG PROS.. Pittsburgh, r.
the market being full of Imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
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nn'M a;.l fahts of the would.
SIX J00-JIOKSE POWER AUTOMATIC STEAM ENGINES
IN constant motion.
AttPiU'liv.' Exhiliition of 0 rain ami Eloiir
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TKX COMPLETE 1 LO UK M L I AJ
IN DAILY M'EIIATION
1 'p. . by Ai'.i:i:un : -rkii. c. ill make daily te-ta of tltiur L'routol in the building.
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ill ami I'lnm Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
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X lililUti l1(wj ftt w)kUi).H(ll,. fitrtory
prices, These plunos iniide one of the finest dis
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H stop ormi only l:i stops, J'iT with till the
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Heuutll'lil solo ell'ects and perfect stop action.
Solid vv :ln ui i :ies ol heauliful deslen and elegant
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on 13 days' testtrlul fi'"Uht In-e If titis-itthietery.
DoH't full to writ" ms be- fi i VC
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torv and WHn-rnnni. roth Street and Tenth avenue,
LitlUL'T MITWIP"' one-third price.
choice pieces sent for He stmup Address,
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Anieruaii I'atriotinni. Vin ntH.
'i'aliii-'t. History of Kt.giisU Literal i.ie, T,f
i ecil a Ititok ol Natural lllctory. 1
I'ictorul Handy Lexicon. :ij tenia
SHiii's. by aiithtir of r-i arrow grass Paper '"r.!i
Mrs. Heinans Poetical Works, "i c ents
I ivmos i yeioi;i ma ol Ilili Literature, i vol I:
Kolliu's Ancient Historv. -r,
I Smith's Dictionary ot ih'e llible. illustrated
, Work ot Flavins Jos. phii. $i
1 Comic History of the I S. II..j k;ii". I. li s. n-:.is
I lleailti by Exercise. Ir l.eo II Tu tor. Ml ten;,
I Health for W omen. JJrtn-o in a' lor. Micen: ,
I l.ihrarv Ma 'ailu- tili,.rn kVii 1
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Leave from the Mary of an oid lawyer, 1
I Kacb of the above hound In cloth If by n.ai,,
; ',isite i-aira. .nosioitne rooka are also pLh
i lished in fine editions and fine binding, at ti.g.- ir
; Ii scriptive I'atalogti- s and terms to clubs s.tit fr- o
! on application.
tl' r. er 1 y i iptes. I tat tins ol one dollar irv i
TOLV. HOCK AMI KYE.
AXew Compound, sckniinc iy
prepared of Hulsinii Tolu. Crvsliillzed Hock
Ciuiilv, OM liye Whisky and other Toules. Tho
Formula is known to our iiest physicians, Is highly
commended bv them, unil the Analysis of one of our
most prominent chemists. Prof O. A Mariner, of
( hlcairii, Is on tho label of every bottle, jt is a w -11
known fact to the medical profession that TOLt',
HOOK and It YE will all'ord the freatest relief lor
Coneha. Colds, Influenza. Hronchltla, Hore Throat.,
Weak LuitL-s. also Consumption, In tho luciplout
and advanced stages of tbnt dlaease.
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zer, makini; an efleelive tonic for Family use. Try
it. von will find it pleasant to take, of great service,
it weals or debilitated, ns It nivca Hlretij-lb, lone
and Activity to the whole human triune.
tVTl'ut up in (Juartslzo Hottlei for Family uj.
L A WnKNciTdTM AHTI N,
So'e Alien ts 'cr the Vnlted States bikI Cunadw
Also ltnporlers of Flue Wines, Llqu rsaud Cluaci.
111 MiultsonPtrcct. Chieuo,
Sold by tirui;lst aud Ui-alera everywhere.