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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CON'VEN
Headquarters Df Democratic State Central I
Committee, Sprmjrflcld. Ill , March IS, liv-A.
To ihe Democracy of Illinois:-
The Democratic state convention will be held at
Springfield on Thursday, the 10th day of June,
lf0, at 10 o'clock, a m to appoint dcej;atcs to
the Bational Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the aaad day of Juue, ISHi, and to
nominate candidates for the following state, ofllees,
Secretary of state.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also for the purpose of nomiuatin:: presidential
By directions of the last national convention
1he delegates will be iustrnrted by the
state convention to vote for or ucuinst the abroga
tion of the two-third rule.
All citizens who are in accord with the Demo
cratic party in principles and and sympathize with
its object ate invited to participate in feuding
delegates, to the convention.
The several counties will lie entitled to one delc
eate for every four hundred votes, and one delicate
lor every fruetion thereof in excess of two hundred,
based on the vote cast lor Samuel J. Tilden in 17H.
T. W. SIrN EKL ,
A. OiiEvnoiiFF. Chairman.
DEMOCHATIC SEN ATORIAL CONVENTION
A Democratic Senatorial convention composed of
delegate from the several counties in this (I'll
liettn district, will meet at Mnrptiysboro. on Thurs
day, July 8, lssn, at i! o'clock, p. m., for the pin
pose of nominating one candidate for Mate senator
nd two representatives tu the general assembly.
Basil) of representation: (Hie delegate for each
JOil votes und fraetion over 100 votes cast for W. ,1 .
Allen, for emigres", in ls. The counties will be
entitled to delegates us follows: ,
Vote for Allen. Del
I'nion 1 10
By order of committee.
J. P. McJ.ain, Cliuirumn.
T. F. BotToN. Secretary.
.Dated Jouesboro, May P. Issj.
DEMOCHATIC MASS CONVENTION.
The Democratic voters of Alexander county nre
requested to meet at the court home, Cairo, ou
Friday, Juue 4th, ls-0, at i o'clock p. 111.. for the
pnrp se of selecting delegates to the state, con
gressional and senatorial conventions, and to ap
point a central committee for the ensuing two
By orde- of Alexander County Democratic Cen
B. V. Biake, Secretary.
The forest fires 111 Southern New Jersey
are doing an immense amount of (lunnjje.
The losses have already amounted to many
hundreds of thousands of dollars. Vil
lages, farm buildings, vineyards and tim
ber lands have been destroyed. In some
counties hundreds of square miles have
been burnt over, and the country left bare
and black. Thero has been no rain for
weeks, and the people have no hope of
staying the flames before there is a heavy
The river and harbor appropriation bill
has passed the house by 179 ayes to 47
noes. The bill appropriates in the :fgire
gate 18,200,500, of which 4 17.000 goes to
improvement of Illinois rivers and harbors,
including also the improvement of the
Mississippi river. The smute has also
passed the postollice appropriation bill,
with amendments, increasing several of the
amounts as reported liom the house. The
harbor appropriation is now in the senate
and the second named bill will go to the
house tor concurrence in its amendment.
The governments of France and Bel
gium are negotiating for the institution of
postage stamp to bo use 1 in both coun
tries. The idea is a g.id one, but there
will occur many obstacles to its general
adoption as an international convenience.
Tet there appears to be no strong reason
whj it may not be practiced between Paris,
Liverpool and XevQYork. Iu mercantile
correspondence between these cities it is
often that awkward results tnuspiro be
cause stamps cannot be inclosed in initial
Vteryfor the desired replies. Besides this
Vuts of small balances in accounts
could bo more readily and cheaply
made if the interchangeable stamp system
prevailed. It would be no intricato matter
to arrangd such a system between those
great commercial cities.
Om Satcuday the house passed the ways
and means committees' resolution to adjourn
on the 31st of this month, and no sooner
was it passed thau some of the Democratic
members began to labor against it, and
finally succeeded in haying a caucus called,
which, in the evening, voted to reconsider
the action of the morning. Now the prob,
lem is, will the Democrats who voted for
early adjournment vote contrary to their
own judgement and wishes because the
caucus so dictates. Some ot the southern
Democrats desire to enter upon general
legislation, and especially with reference
to the tariff questions, while it is under
stood that the friends of the presidential
candidates on both sides are anxious tor
adjournment as soon as possible in order to
avoid any possible snags, that might beset
legislation after the opening of the political
campaign in June. Indeed General Gar
""'i:. lint speech favoring the adjourn
ment resolution plnin'y sM thut nobody
desired to run the risk of disagreeable ua
sibilities on the hands of congress during
the heated presidential campaign.
A TAME OTTER'S THICK.
TAUGHT TO HINT ITS OWN SPECIES AN ANI
MAL'S WONDEKITL INTELLIGENCE.
One Saturday afternoon, says a writer in
a British journal, while taking a walk down
by the Thrum Mill near llothbury, on the
Coquet, to exercise our dogs, on getting to
the top of the rocks, one of the puppies
gave tongue, and out came an otter with
two whelps by her side, breaking for the
river. He got in front, w hen the mother
gained the rocks, but we secured
the two whelps. We took them
home, and put them with Belle,
another hound, who had a litter of three
puppies. One of tho whelps died, but the
other took to the hound, and throve famous
ly ; he mixed with the puppies, but it fought
like a demon, and was soon master of the
situation. Wherever they went he went
with them, fighting everything he met with.
He also became a pet with all the house
hold, who never missed a chance of feed
ing him. His special treat was bowls of
milk and broth; to get these he would find
his way into dairies, larders, etc.
Thus he went on until we had to cuter
the puppies for otter hunting. We
had him fastened in a yard with high walls,
as we felt sure if we took him with us he
would join his own species. On our re
turn he bullied and lought the entire ken
nel of five. About a week after I hail to
go Brinkbarn priory, and took the dogs
with me. Sandy, the tame otter, would go,
and they soon got on the lair of an otter.
They swam through a deep pool, when he
took to the bushes. I soon saw Sandy
side by side with Bulus, close to the wild
otter. I said farewell to Sandy, but pres
ently I heard tho pleasant sound, "worry,
worry;" I thought Kutus hail
him, but on coming to sight, Sandy
had him by the neck, and held him until
the (logs came up. From that time he was
the leader in all our hunts, and was in at
the death of nearly twenty otters, lie be
came, however, a perfect terror to all the
dous iu the village and district, lighting
was his motto. I well remember Mr.
Weathens had a big lurcher and grayhouud,
wlin took to fl'ditiiiL': a "rent powerful ani
mal, his long jaws and quick movements
beat the whole district, one nay lie was
in Bothbnry, and soon had poor Hufus
dead beat. ''Let out Sandy
Gerdie." No sooner said than done. Sandy
at once saw poor Hufus'
condition, and flew at the lurcher got him
by the foreleg, when the lurcher turned to
bite. On seeing Sandy, however, he was
terror-stricken, and, giving a most unearth
ly yell, bolted up the town with Sandy
utter him. The dog's master could never
get him to pass through the town again.
But, alas, pour Sandy soon came to his end.
Love ot broth led him into the larder at
the Stair inn. The cook, finding him wal
lowing in the broth, r-truck him with tin;
wjoden ladle, more to frighten than to hurl
him; but his skull was fractured, and. after
lingering for some days, he died, to the in
expressible regret of all who knew him.
Business men have been long in need
of a sure and safe method for detecting
counterfeit inotiev. This method is fur
nished by Mr. John S. Dye in bis govern
ment counterfeit detective, a publication
which is issued monthly at Philadelphia.
The publication is official, and is bated
upon all the information in the possession
of the government. The method by which
counterfeit bills are detected is thus
described by the Mobile Register:
"The government prints four hills at a
time, attached together in a sheet, each bill
containing one of the four letters A. H. (.'.
D. The counterfeiter prints but one, makes
but a single plate, thus counterfeiting hut
one ot the four Inters, Then the redemp
tion agency retires the genuine bill of the
letter counterfeited. Hence, all any bu.-i-uess
man need know is the letter counter
feited on any bnnk, he then refuses all bills
having on them that letter, and takes with
impunity all bills having on them any one
of the other three letters, and when it is un
derstood that the same plate is used over
and over again within its state, the matter
is all the simpler, as the counterfeits Ueoiiio
known by states, and there are only nine
states having counterfeits,"
THE TRUE CODE OF HONOR.
A man cannot afford to be unfaithful un
der any circutiistanres; a man cannot allbrd
to be mean at any time; a man cannot af
ford to do less than his best ut all times,
and under all circumstances. However un
justly you are treated, you cannot, for your
own sake, afford to use anything hut your
hotter self, nor render anything but your
better service. Von cun tint afford to lie to
a liar; you cannot afford to be mean to a
mean man;. vou cannot afford to do other
than tip-rightly with any man, no matter
what exigences may exist between him and
you. No man can n fiord to bo any but n
truo man, living iu his higher nature, and
acting with the highest consideration.
TIIE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN:
Colonel Robert Ingersoll is generally
level on everything except religious mat
ters, lie says: "I think the Democratic
party jnst now has the best chance of wiu
nin". You see, the Democrats have 1J8
votes solid for the south. .That much they
are sure of, and if they can carry New
York and Indiana they will have 188 votes,
three votes to spare. Besides these there is
a chance of their carrying New Jersey and
Connecticut aud perhaps Oregon and Ne
vada. You see, there lias been such an
emigration from Nevada to Leadville and
other points in Colorado quite recently that
there is no telling how these states arc go
ing to go. Even if the Democrats lose In
diana, if they carried New Jersey and Con
necticut, they would still be safe."
One way to Economize. Many a poor
man, if required to account for the manner
in which he has expended his income,
would find bills ou 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, und a timely use of alternative, or
blood-purifying, aud cathartic remedies
would have averted the prostrating illiness,
that olten leaves the system irreparably in
jured. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
envery aud Pleasent Purgative Pellets are
the best alternative and carthartic medi
cines yet compounded. Full directions are
given for administering them, together
with an accurate description of the symp
tom? demanding their use. Tney will not
cure all human ills fas some medicines are
advertised to do), but they will cure the
disease for which they arc compounded
THE ORIGINAL MAUI) Ml'LLER.
A correspondent of fie Snringfield Re
publican states that the original of Maud
Muller was a young girl whom Whittier
saw in Maine. He was driving with his
sister through York, Me., md stopped at a
harvest field to inquire the way. A young
girl, raking hay near the stone wall, stop
ped to answer their inquiries. Whittier
noticed as she talked that she bashfully
raked the hav around ami over her bare
feet, and she was fresh and fair. The lit
tle incident left its impressitn, and he wrote
out the poem that very even ng.
BAD BEHAVIOR OF A CORPSE.
Several days ago Mr. J. McChord, ot
Franklin county, died of rbtumatism. A
large party volunteered to sit up with the
corpse, and when night came many sad
faces were seen, swallowed by the mellow
ing light of tallow candles, The minister
came, and entering the room remarked:
"Earth to earth and ashes to a lies.'' The
corpse lay on the table covered with a sheet.
"I thought I saw the sheet nove," said
one of the watchers. "See if tlirc is a cat
The company sat still.
"I am confident that I saw the sheet
move," said the man.
The minister arose and lifted the sheet,
and, standing, he looked at the pallid face
of the dead man. The corpse's head left
the table. The minister fell back. Stiff,
stark and terrible the corpse slow'y arose
from the table and attained a sitting pos
ture. The legs remained stretched out
and the arms remained folded. Ti e Wi
men shrieked and ran from the room, and
the rninfster reprimanding them for their
weakness and want of confidence, climbed
a fence and stood in a turnip patch. When
the ingnteueil people saw tliat t!ie corp.-e
did not intend to follow, they went back
into the house. The corpse still remained
in the upright rigid posture, stiff as the atti
tude struc k by an amateur on the stage.
With fears somewhat allayed the minister
advanced, and placing u hand on the dead
man's breast pressed him backward. Pro
portionately i:s the head went down hN
heels came tin, and when h:s head had!
touched the beard, his heels were high in
the air. The cause ot the dead mail's
freaks was then discovered. The liiu-ele.-ofhis
stomach, distorted by rhcumati-m.
were contracting. It required the efforts of
two nvn to straighten the corpse.
"Few iif the Ills of Life" are ihmy
prevalent and dist:rsing than bilious dis.
orders. The symptoms are low spirit.-;
want of eneiry, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow shin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to iisi; "Dr. Swaync'
Tar and Sara-parilh Pills." Their ellVc
on the liver and bl I i.- wonderful, re
moving pimples and all cruptimis, leavii,
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price cents a box of thirty Pills, or fi'.e
Mixes fer isi.on, sent bv mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swavno i'c :
Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Ti.mei.v C.utiiin'. tieiiuine. Hop Bittus
are put up in square paneled, auiber-coior-ed
bottles, with white label on otic 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 form in which
genuine Hop Bitters are put up, aud tho
sole right to make, sell and u-e them is
granted to the Hop Bitter M'f'u Co., of
Rochester, N. Y., and Toronto, Out., by
patents, copuiuht and trademark. All
others put up iu any other way or by any
one else, claiming to be like it or pretend
ing to contain hops, by whatever mines
they may be called, are bogus and unfit for
Use, and only put up to sell and c'.'.eat the
people on the credit and popularity of Hop
Who has not heard of Frank Harden,
bur.', nf the Filth Avenue Theatre. Now
York, (Rug Mmiiy .Mm in "Pique") He
xays, 1 always Use tliles' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia; it is a wonderful remedy for
pain, especially inflammatory iheuinatisni,
sore throat, enlaiged joint and varicose
veins, from which I suffered; was cured by
its Use, (iihV Pills CUI'eS liilllotlMlcss, Sold
by nil druggists. Smd for pamphlet. Trial
size, 23 cents. Dn. liii.r.s,
I'M West Broadway, N. Y,
Tun Voltaic Biit.T C'o Maiiniimx,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belt to the nlllieted upon fill days
trial. Speedy cures cuariintced, They
mean what they Fay. Write to them with
What ih Hay Flvf.ii This fashionable
disorder is supposed to be an affection of
the mucous membrane of the nose. Thev
ay that llenry'u Carbolic Save will euro ft
f used freely and persistently, (Jive it n
trial, mid let fashion he blovved.
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1830.
Were man to conlorm more to tho laws
of health and of nature, and be less ad
dicted to the gratification of his passions,
it would not bo necessary to advertise Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphitcs
as a restorative for the power of the brain
and nervous system, while the world's pro
gress enlightenment would indeed be mar
vellous. A household NEED. A book on the
liver, its diseases and their treatment sent
free. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
headache, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria,
etc. Address Dr. Sanford, 162 Broadway,
New York City, N. Y.
Mental Stiiain Relieved. The Wash
ington, D. C, Critic S3ys: "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
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dii. C. McLAKE'S
are not rccomnu nded as a remedy "tor all
the ills that ilesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AG U K AN D F j; Vi: 1 i .
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are untqualcd
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, M( Lane's Livlk Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bkos.
l-itf Insist upon having the genuine Dh.
C. McLane's Liveh 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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