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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONYEN-
Headquarters of Democratic State Central I
Committee. Sprmpfleld, III., March 19, lutfl. (
To the Democracy of Illinois: ,.,,, ,
The Democratic Hate convention will be held at
Springfield on Tbursdny. the 10th day ol June.
lhc. at 10 o'clock, a. ni., to appoint delegates to
be national Democratic convention to he hem at
mclnnati on the i-ud dav of June. , and to
nominate candidates for the following statu cilices,
Secretary of Mate.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also for the purpose of nominating presidential
lliCyrdircction of the last niitloual convention
the delegates will be Instructed by the
state convention to vote for or against the abroga
tion of the two-thirds rule.
All citizens who arc in accord with the Demo
cratic party in principles and uud sympathize with
its object! are invited to participate in sending
delegates to the convention.
The several counties will be entitled to one dele
Bate for every four hundred votes, and one delegate
lor everv fraction thereof in excess of two hundred,
based on the vote cast lor Samuel J. Til den In lb ill.
T. W. JleN EEL l ,
A. OitENDourr. Chairman.
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CON VENTION
A Democratic Senatorial convention composed of
delegates from the several counties in this irif
tielh) district, will meet at Murphysburo. on Thurs
day. July b, Io. at i o'clock, p. m.. for the pur
pose of nominating one candidate for Mate senator
and two representatives in the general assembly.
Basis of representation: One deli-cate. lor each
Jul votes and fraction, over loo votes cast for W. .1
Allen, fur congress, in lw7i. 'lho counties will be
entitled to delegates as follows: A
Vote for Allen. "Del
Alexamler !"'n r'
.lacks. 1 "'H'
I'nlon 1 1"
Bv order of coinmittee.
J. P. M'. I.ain, Chulrmiiii.
T. V Hut ton. Secretary
Dated Joiicstmro. May s. Issl
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
The Democratic voters of Alexander comity are
requested to meet tit the court hotue. Cairo, on
Kriday. J'ine 4th. ln. at - o'clock p. m.. for the
purp S!! of selecting delegates to the state, con
gressional and senatorial convention"-, and to ap
point a central committee lor tlie ensuing two
By ord'-of Alexander County Democratic Cen
I!. P, lit aki:. Set retary.
Ses.vtou SiiMto.N is ile.scribetl tv.s nil
"anliauiC'l-looking nun.'' It U yutifyiii";
to know tint lie tools the enormity of lus
offense in draw inn several tlmus'inl dollars
annually for services never rendered.
No sooner tliHs ccnri'ss juiss a Mil in
volving a large txieuliture of money than
ail investigation is demanded to discover
the niyaiK which were employed to secure
its passage. The star-route hill was passed
a few weeks ago and already tin investigat
ing committee is at work. It is said that
members wore paid from sf-VIO to $1,000 lor
their votes, unJ that to some who refused
money fat contracts were promised. The
developments promise to he lar more
scandalous than anything that w;is shown
up in the Credit Mobilier ulTair.
Tue Chicago Tribune says: "To the
credit of the Illinois deh''aiion in congress,
there were six of their number who hud the
inauliues uud courage M v te iiuMuist the
river and harbor bill, not only because of
tho many monstrosities in that bill, but
fclso because of the persistent refusal to
make any rational appropriation for the Illi
nois river improvement. Had the whole
nineteen members resolutely opposed the
act and devoted themselves to the interest
of the btate, ihey could not have fared worse,
and might have succeeded much better."
Iw the Louisville district it costs $120.
070.80 to collect flJW.GOl.OO iutcrunl rev
enue, and 3,CW.CS to collect 411,104
custom dues. This is the u1T;c'l1 record for
1870. The percentage of cost of collec
tion is for internal revenue four and oue
Ufth uud for customs twehty-threo per cent,
At New Orleau the cost of collecting in
tcrnal revenue is seventeen per cent, ot the
total collections, and tho cost of collecting
customs i twenty-four and seven-tenths
per cent. At Galveston tho excess is great
er. Detroit is another expensive customs
district. So is Milwaukee. It takes one
fourth the customs collections in Detroit to
pay the expense of collecting. And so on.
Tho treasury department should explain.
Who gets the money?
Tub first colored man ever admitted to
the barot New York was granted a license
to practice law in that statu on Thursday
by the supremo court, on motion of Mr.
Algernon S. Sullivan, His name is John
F. Quarles. lie was born a slave, in Au
gusta, Ga., and was educated in that city.
He also studied law there, and was admit
ted to practice. He afterward went to
Washington, and graduated in the law de
partment of the Howard University. He
was appointed consul at Malaga, Spain, in
187.J, by President Grant. He is tall, ath
letic and very dark, lief peaks the French,
German and Spanish languages fluently,
uud is said to be well versed in law.
Another scandal, which bids fair to
rival the credit mobilier in rottenness, is
on the eve of being unearthed in Washing
ton. It dates back to the time of of grant
ing the Texas Pacific railroad charter. It
is claimed that money together with land-
grant bonds to the amount of over $2,000,
000 was used, to induce a change of heart
among senators and representatives who
composed the Forty-second congress. As
usual, the company denies everything and
pronounces it a case of blackmail or stock
jobbing oppcration. As the Pacific rail
road committee, whose duty it is to iuvesti
gage the matter, are strongly inclined
towards shielding the rogues connected
with this malodorous state of affairs, it is
possible that the true inwardness ot the
matter will be hushed up and not allowed
to reach the public.
The following trom the last denial of
his candidacy by E. 13. Washburne will be
somewhat interesting in connection with the
Springfield convention: "The thrusting ol
my name before the public as a candidate
for the presidency was alike without reason
and without justification. I had declared
over and over again, both orally and in
writing, and in a most emphatic manner,
that I would not bo a 'candidate under any
circumstances or conditions whatever, and
from first to last my only choice was, and is,
Gen. Grant. I have spent the last six
months in the furtherance of his candidacy.
The suggestions that certain interested par
ties have dared to make, that I am guilty
of duplicity toward Gen. Grant, are utterly
false, and ?re known to be so by the par
ties who put them in circulation. What
has taken place in Chicago since I left Illi
nois some ten days ago, is a greater sur
prise to me than to :my one else. All steps
which have been taken to form combina
tions with other candidates are utterly
without my approval aud against my pro
test. AN ECCLESIASTICAL SENSATION.
Rochester, N. Y., May 18. An ecclesi
astical sensation has been caused here by
the Rev. Myron Adums, pastor of Plymouth
Congregational church, who last evening
called his people together especially, as he
had something to say which might all'ict his
standing in the church. Selecting for his
text, "Let love be without dissimulation,"
he boldly denounced the idea of hell as the
doc'.rine of the devil, and took side-hy-.-idu
position w ith Canon Farrar, to-wit: "Here
1 declare, and call God to witness, that, if
the popular idea of hell were true, I should
be willing to renounce un immortality of
happiness if thereby I could save a single
soul. I can conceive of no happy immor
ality while millions ot my tellow-ereatuies,
some ol whom I had dearly loved, were at
the same tune writhing in agony, and with
out hope.." Mr. Adams thinks the church
is declining, and says that Bishop Ninp
son's statements, in his sermon at Cincin
nati on Sunday week, are a sort ot whistl
inir to keep up courage. Skepticism is
crushing the church; and the church is to
be blamed for preaching false doctrines
about the future condition of the race.
The affair produced a profound sensa
tion. It is not believed that Mr. Adams
will be forced to resign, us the principal
members of his congregation stand by him.
Mr Adams is a graduate ot Hamilton
college and Auburn theological seminary,
about 40 years old, and one ot tlie most
thoughtful and eloquent preachers in the
city, lie is a s"n-iu-law ol tlie Uev. rml.
Samuel M. HopKins, ot Aunurn seminary,
and a professed pre-Millennialist, and took
a prominent part in the Tyng pre-Millen-
mal council in -New iorK some years ago.
A FLOOD OF PAUPERS.
.New York Tribune.
Among the immigrants who were land
ed at Castle Garden by the steamship
Westphalia, from Hamburg, on Weudes
day, the commissioners of emigration
have discovered sixteen families, number
ing seventy-nine persons, who come here
utterly destitute, having been sent by the
government authorities of Bavaria to re
lieve the community ot the burden of
supporting them. "Affidavits from them
show that there is u large emigration from
the villages in the Spessart luountaius to
the I nited Males ot persons who are
either unable or unwilling to earn a living
in a legitimate way, and that the authori
ties secure them psusage on the Ilamburg-
Atnerieun line, give them it small amount
of pocket money, aud then have their rrg
ularly appointed agents see that the pan
tiers actually sail on the steamer. Some of
those who have arrived have been profes
lionul beggars for years; oue is a discharge
oil rnilrond watchman, who was convicted
of larceny and had served a term in tho
penitentiary; another is a poacher; others
are not willing to earn tin honest living,
while some are anxious to obtain employ
ment. They represent that there is almost
a famine in the part of the country they
come fiom, anil that the people- are desti
tute and wish to emigrate. They have
neither triends nor relatives in this country,
and, in the absence of any provision for
this class of people, tho commissioners of
emigration uro at a loss as to the best way
of disposing of them.
THE LAST XKGIIO SENATOR
, From a Washington Letter.
The portly and good looking Senator
IJi uce, from Mississippi, is the high author
ity for saying that the colored Republicans
are claiming for him the second place on
the Republican ticket, and have opened a
"literary bureau" here to bring this about.
He has on several occasions presided over
the deliberations of the senate with great
decorum, and has displayed considerable
parliamentary ability, but he doesn't hank
er after the vice presidency, lie lives with
his pretty wife ami thojr bright son.Roseoe,
on M street, near Ninth, and the other Re
publican senators call on him, while their
wives call on his wife. But they have not
been admitted within the mystic circle ot
senatorial society, or treated with any fam
iliarity. They teel this, and have often ex
pressed their regret that people should
come and pay them "duty calls" when their
hearts were ieft behind.
CARRY THE DAY IN THE CALIFORNIA WORK
IMSM ENS CONVENTION.
San Francisco, May 18. In the Work
ingmen's convention this evening the real
fight came up on the adoption of the ma
jority and minority reports of committees
on permanent organization and order oi
business, the former providing for the elec
tion of a state central committee, instead
of intrusting the management of affairs to
Kearney, the president as heretofore, and
the election of delegates to the national
greenback labor convention. -The minor
ity report provides for the continuance of
the old organization of the party and ig
nores the question of electing delegates to
the national convention. Alter a hot de
bate the minority report was adopted
yeas, 81 ; nays, 24 and the convention ad
journed till to-morrow morning.
SNOW A HUNDRED FEET DEEP.
Virginia (Nevada) Enterprise.
A gentleman recently arrived from Cali
fornia, where he had been looking about
among the mining towns, speaks of several
places where the snow lies to a depth of
over 100 feet. These plages are generally
at the heads of large canons. At the head
of Fall creek, Nevada county, pints and firs
over 100 feet in height are so buried in
snow that only a few teet of their tops arc
to be seen. Where a dark forest lies in
summer there is only now to be seen a
white expanse of snow, with here and there
what appears to bo clumps of bushes, but
which are really the tops of the tallest
Who is Mrs. Winslow? As this ques
tion is frequently asked, we will simply
say that she is a lady who for upwards of
thirty years has untiringly devoted her
time and talents as a female physician and
nurse, principally among children. She
has especially studied the constitution and
wants of this numerous class, and, as a re
sult of this effort, and 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 Mrs. Winslow is
becoming world renowned as u benefactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up
and bless her; especially is this the case in
this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing
Syrup are daily sold and Used hen.'. We
think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her
name iy tins irivaiuaoie arncie, ami ve
sinceri'lv believe thousands ot children
have been saved from an early grave by its
timelv use, ami that millions yet unborn
will share its benefits, and unite m calling
her blessed. No neither has discharged
er duty to her suff-ring little one, hi our
opinion, until sue nas given n me oeneui
o Mrs. inslows S'lot'iing Syrup, liy
it, mothers tty it now. La-lie.-' Visitor.
New York city. Sold by all druggists.
Twenty-live cents a butte.
"Few ok the Ills h? Lite" tire, nvie
prevalent nnd distressing tm.n luumis u,.,
orders. The symptoms are low spirit-
want of encrgv, restlessm .-, headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, cnstiveiiess and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way, to do it is to use "Dr. Sway tie's
far antl Saraspanlla 1'ills. J heir clieet
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price IT) cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
boxes fer $1.00. Sent bv mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayne V. Son, 31,0 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
Timely Cai tion. Genuine Hop Bitters
are put up in square paneled, amber-color
ed bottles, with white label on one side
printed in black letters, and green Imp
cluster, and on the other side yellow
paper with red letters; revenue stamp over
the cork. This is the only torni in which
genuine Hop Bitters are put up, and the
sole right to make, sell and use them is
granted to the Hop Bitters M'f'g Co., of
Rochester, N. Y., and Toronto, Ont., by
patents, copyright and trade murk. All
others put up in any other way or by any
one else, claiming to be '.ike it or pretend
ing to contain hops, by w hatever names
they may be called, ate bogus and unlit for
use", ami only put up to sell and cl'.eat the
people on the credit and popularity of Hop
Who has nut heard of Frank Harden
burg, M' the Filth Avenue ' Theatre. New
York, (Rag Money Jim in "Pique") He
says, I always use Oilcs' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia; it is a wonderful remedy for
pain, especially inflammatory iheumatisin,
sore throat, enlarged joints and varicose
veins, from which I suffered; was cured by
its use. Oiles' Pills cures Hillimisiiess. Sold
by all druggists. Stud for pamphlet. Trial
size, 2-i cents. Dn. (Jii.es,
120. West Broadway, N. Y.
Tiik Voltaic Beit Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts- to the alllicted upon 110 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Were man to conlorm more to the laws
of health and of nature, and be less ad
dicted to the gratification of Ids passions,
it would nut be necessary to advertise Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites
as a restorative for the power of the brain
and nervous system, while the world's pro
gress enlightenment would indeed be mar
vel lous. .
A iiorsEiioi.R need. A book on the
liver, its diseases and their treatment sent
free. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
lieadache, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria,
etc. Address Dr. Sanforil, 1G2 Broadway,
New York City, N. Y.
Mental Strain RiaiEVEn.--Thc Wash
ington, D. C, Critic says: "It is intimated
to us that members of the senate and house
arc freely using Warner's Safe Nervine
for relief of nervous postration incident
upon the severe strain upon their mental
15 YEARS BEFORE THE I'VBLIC.
Di;. C. Mc'LANE'S
tire not recommended as a rcir.edy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billii-us com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases oi' that character, they Maud with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prcpnu
tory to, c r after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are ui;t..;.iled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never s.;gar-cote-l.
Each box has a red-wax seal vu the lid
with the impression. McLane's Livi.r Pin
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fi.emi.no Bros.
'Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills-, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
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Cittiih, Old l!e Mil-kv niid ot,,-r TonleH. Tlie
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t lilraeo, is on tin- labci of every bottle, p Is a well
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wanted. Address W. I". REACH, S'...lohtiH. Vkh.
Til i ViCI 1W tn fliiOiwtth stool, Cover
I I Un "fd book i, All strictly ttrst c;iish
-1 -" uud sold nt wholesitlo factory
prlei-o. These pianos Hindi! one of tin" lltn-Pt di
pliivi" nt the ceiiletitilHl exlilbltlnti. mid were ttn in
Imoiislv reeomtiietiiled or the blithest liotiorH. Thu
Sipinre (iranils contain Mathiislick' new duplex
overs' riiliir scale, the creates! Improvement in lho
history of piano makllii.'. The upright ore tint
llnesl In Atucrbu. CutiiloKiio of -lb pap -umlled
ri.iV'RILEE ()H(5ANS, the best In the world. An
ft ton orisaii only $115; in slops, with nil the
latest it net best improvement, possessing po"r
depth, hrlllluney and vmt'athettc quality of tone.
Ileailtlflll coin ellertH and perfect stop "Ctlein.
Solid walnut ease, ol beHiillhil deslilli and eleant
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