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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNPAV MORNING, MAY 23, .1880.
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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. Headquarters of Democratic State Central I
Committee, Springfield. III., Murcn IK, HwO. i
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic state convention will be held at
Bprincncld on Thursday, the Kith day of June,
ltwo, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to appoint debates to
tbe national Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the '.Mud (lav of June, 1S0, and to
nominate candidates for the following utate ofliccs,
' Secretary of Mate.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Also for the purposo of nominating presidential
electors. . ,
By directions of the last national convention
the delegate will be Instructed Ty the
state convention to vote for or against the abroga
tion of the two-thirdB rule.
All citizens who are in accord with the Demo
rrnlic party In principles aud and sympathize wilh
Its objects are invited to participate in sending
delegutes to tbe convention.
Tbe several counties will be entitled to one dele
ate for every four hundred votes, and one dulreato
tor every fraction thereof In excexs of two hundred,
Used on the vote cast lor Samuel J . Tllden in ISTtl.
T. W. Mi'NEELY,
A. OnsM'onPF, Chairman.
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVENTION
A Democratic Senatorial convention composed of
delegates from the several counties in this (Fif
tieth) dl-trict. will meet at Murpbysboro. on Thurs
day, July 8. lso, nl i o'clock, p. m., for the pur
pose of nomhiatini; one candidate for state senator
and two representatives In tins general assembly.
Basis of representation: One delegate fur each
JM votes and fraction over 100 votes cast for W. J.
Allen, for congress. In 17". The counties will be
entitled to delegates as follows:
Vole for Allen. Del
1 Alexander ,,m r'
I Jackson: 1 M!" h
I'uion 1 '-'M 10
Ily order of conmiiiii-e.
J. P. MeL.MS, Chairman.
T. P. Bot'Tos. Secretary
Dated Jur.c-boro, May . si
DEMOCRATIC -MASS CONVENTION
The Democratic voters of Alexander cout.ty are
requested to nn et at the court hou.e. Cairo, ou
Kriduy, J ir.e lib. l-i. at g o'clock p. m.. U.r this
parp se of selecting delegates to 1 he s'titc. con
gressional and senatorial conventions ai'd To ap
point a central committee lor the ensuing two
By orde-of Alexander County Democratic Cen
B. V. lit am:. Secretary.
Postmasteu Jame, of the city of New
York, doesn't want to be postmaster gen
eral. Perhaps if the position had been of
tered to him he would have discovered that
he did want it. However, there isn't very
much honor in being a member of Hayes'
cabinet for the short time that remains uf
The Minnesota Democratic convention
vm held in St. Paul, on Thursday last.
Tbe resolutions declared that a Democratic
victory this fall was needed to save the
country, tba the two-thirds rule should be
maintained, that the state delegation should
act as a unit, that the Democrats of Miuiie
sota would never a' iin submit to a rever.-al
of tho popular will by fiau 1 or violence,
nad that no president should have a third
Does the fondness that S' uncut' the Grai.t
organs now exhibit for 'John Sherman as
nominee for vice-president along with
Grant, argue a lack of confidence in Gnut's
being ablo to carry Ohio? Our opinion on
the subject is that it does. They lie-in to
know that the chances arc that Grant could
not possibly carry the Buckeye state and
ihey want Sherman m the ticket to help
them out of trouble in that state. It is not
for the brotherly lovo they bear John Sher
man that the Grant men are coquetiug
with him. It' votes the third-tiTiu mm
fr;' TitEKK Is a well grounded suspicion that
XXtr. B. Washburne is playing a very
1 'I cbrewd game. lie announces in the most
. MBpltatiC wuy that lie is not a candidate
. Sat the Chicago nomination, and that be it
for Grant first, last and all the time. He is
careful to havo it understood, however, that
if the nomination is offered to him by the
convention he will not refuse it. There is
very good reason for believing that if the
nomination is not offered to him he will be
a greatly disappointed man. It is said
that his idea is that neither Grant, Blaine
nor Sherman will bo able to get the requi
bito number ot votes, and that at the last
moment he will be nominated as a compro
State Register: "Tuesday last, a body
of ex-rebel soldiers, when en route to Nash
ville, Tenn., to attend the ceremonies inci
dental to the unveiling of the Jackson
statute, uear the Hermitage, yesterday, pass
ed the national cemetery there, in which
repose the bodies of a large number of Un
ion soldiers. The train on which they
weio being conveyed paused at the ceme
tery, the band played a dirge, and the ex
rebels, contemplating the scene, stood with
uncovered heads, out of respect for the
memory of the dead. Such incidents are
wortli incomparably more to the country
than all the partisan speeches the politici
ans can make. .
TiniiTEKN, fifteen, fourteen has arrived
in London and is driving to destruction
the cockneys and their sisters, cousins and
aunts. Life comments ou it as follows:
'Only the American mind could have in
vented the frightful -'15" game which is
now convulsing the whole American conti
nent and bids fair to spread like an epi
demic on this side of the pond. Excited
by the account of some Transatlantic
journals, I was weak enough to invest in
the game, and have been puzzling myself
ever since to find why the pesky tiling
won.t work. The thing to be done is to
arrange fifteen numbered blocks of wood in
proper order, from 1 to 15 in a frame. But
the difficulty is to do this. I fancy this
fiendish puzzle will prove as popular in
London as it has done in the United States."
Friend Trousdale, of the Metropolis
Democrat, makes the following sensible re
marks, concerning Hon. T. W. llalliday,
this week : "We hope that the Democrats
of this district will indulge ia no foolish
ness regarding the nomination of a con
gressman, Success is within our grasp if
we only take up the material within our
reach ; and, while the Democrat expects to
support the nominee let that be who it may,
we nevertheless desire to go into the tight
with a reasonable assurance of success. To
do this we must have a candidate with
which the party will be generally sat
isfied, and wc are frank to say that some of
the names now spoken of will not only
prove distateful to the party, but wiil in
sure our defeat in advance. It is not nec
essary, however, now to say who that is,
but we can say that there isono name that
will, we thiuk, unite every discordant ele
ment aud under whose leadership we can
go to buttle with an assured prospect of
success. That man is Hon. Thomas W.
llalliday. We sincerely hope that our peo
ple may not conclude because he is not mak
ing u struggle for the nomination tint he
will uot be our can lidat'i, for we feel that
we understand ourselves when we say that
if the nomination is tendered him with
substantial unanimity, that he will go be
fore the people and carry the Democratic
flag to certain victory. We say again to
the newspapers of the district do not suffer
yourselves to be led astray by what this
or that or the other one may say, but place
Mr. Halliday before your people and have
no fears as to his accepting the nomination.
From our regular correspondent.
Washington, May 20,
Washington is now more fully peopled
than ever, except at presidential elections,
probably. The chief attraction is tho boat
race between Hanlan and Courtney, to see
which, people have come from all parts of
this country and Canada. In addition to
these are si mie very attractive horse races
at the National Fair grounds.
After these sporting events arc over, the
city will begin to depopulate for the sum
mer, since very little more is expected of
congress and members even, are setting
their houses in order lor the summer vaca
tion. Although the Democratic caucus
voted to reconsider the resolution to ad
journ on the Illst, it is supposed that the
bi'smou wi'.l be practically over even before
that day, so anxious are a majority of mem
bers to be off.
All the appropriation bills but two ore
now in progress through tho house or sen
ate. All will be pasaed before the last of
next week, so good judges say. Of course
little else can be clone, but if this can le
done, the end is near, and the country will
excuse congress fur doing very little if it
will adjourn tooeuUy to do any mischief.
Candid end impartial politicians say that
the election of delegates in the various
states for the last few weeks have placed
Blaine far ahead in the nee for the presi
dential nomination. Tho bolt against
Cameron) and Grunt in Pennsylvania is
A FREAK OF NATURE.
A MOUNTAIN IN MEXICO SINKS OUT OF SIGHT.
From the 8au Francisco Chronicle. .
We trunslato tho following from La
Union Democrata, San Louis Potosi : "Ad
jacent to tho hacienda of San Catariwi,
about twenty leagues to the east of this
city, a very rcmarkablo freak of nature has
occurred, tho facts concerning which we
have received from a gentleman who visited
the scene. On tho 7th inst., the people of
the hacienda and vicinity were aroused by
a startling noise resembling thunder. Up n
a sembling to see what was tho matter, it
was soon discovered that a small mountain
in the immediate vicinity had sunk into the
earth, and it must have went out of sight
like a Hash. Our informant, with others,
made observations, and learned that the
aperture thus opened was 200 meters in
length, 150 in width, and its depth from
130 to 150 meters. It was with much dif
ficulty the rim of the cavern was approach
ed, as all about there were great yawning
fissures which threatened to open still wid
er. To miss a step there was a danger of
finding a grave in the depths beneath.
Lime stones, weighing about two pounds
each, were thrown into the cavern, and it
took trom nine to ten seconds before they
struck tho bottom, thu contact with the
surface beneath making ft great report.
After these brief observations the explor
ing parties retired hurriedly from tho scene,
as the earth was trembling and shaking as
it upon a balance. The location of this
strange phenomenon is situated in the
tierra calieuta (warm region), and mcsqui
tesand palm trees flourish all about. When
ever any portion of the earth along the rim
of the cavern fell into the depths, immense
clouds of white dust issued forth.
The dust was carried about by the
winds, and made all the trees in the vicin
ity perfectly white. Speculation is rife as
to whether the mountain sank owing to
earthquake influences or was the result of
gas explosions. It could not be attributed
to the former very well, as no Bliocks were
felt in the neighborhood.
THE ROYAL BOY.
rillNCK LEOPOLD'S l'HOMISED VISIT TO THE
London Letter to the New York Times.
The intention of Prince Leopold to make
a tour in the New World has been so fre
quently contradicted by journalistic gossips
who profess to be acquainted with the
movements of royalty that I have long since
accepted the rumor as a true one. I am
now authorized once more to repeat it and
to mention the date when he will ieave
England for Canada. On the 13th of May,
the young prince, accompanied by his
friend, Mr. Alec Yorke, and his medical at
tendant, Mr. Rhyl, will start for Cinada.
They will pay a'long visit to Ottawa. The
Princess Louise aud her younger brother
have alwaysevincedagreataffectionfor each
other, and Leopold was much distressed at
the recent carriage accident, which, it is
said, has shattered the lady's health more
than is generally known. The prince, as
you know, is physically the weakest, and
meutally the strongest membar of tl o royal
family. While his royal highness, the
prince of Wales, is a man of sound common
sense and diplomatic capacity, a keen
sportsman, and a gentleman of high attain
ments, his capacity has been a matter of
training. Leopold, perhaps owing some
what to his illness, which have enfijjced
upon him much time fur thoughtful' re
flection, has developed real intellectual
power, literary skill and the gift of
eloquence. He is arranging to travel
through the United States alter visiting
his sister, I hope he is not driving the
time too close in the summer, his origin
al plans contemplated a tour of twelve
months' duration, but they have been modi
fied, and he may come home again within
six. Much depends on the state of his
health. There are particularly knowing
people who will sec in this journey a poli
tical idea; but the prince's only idea is,
tirst, to see his sister, and, secondly, to add
to his traveled experience some knowledge
of the new world. The line of travel will
be westerly from Canada to St. Louis, Chi
cago, Cincinnati, and thence to Now York
via Washington. I hope the prince will be
favored with better weather than that in
which his sister firs-t crossed the Atlantic.
Nothing can compensate a man for a '"dis
tressful" sea journey.
'Few ok the lu.s of Life" arc more
prevalent and distressing than bilious (lis,
orders. The symptoms are low spirits
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
. roper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
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on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
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the complexion fair and fresh ns in youth.
Price 25 cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
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paper with red letters; revenue stamp over
the cork. This is the only form in which
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sole right to make, sell and use them is
granted to the Hop Bitters M'fg Co., of
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patents, copyright and trade mark. All
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one else, claiming to be '.ike it or pretend
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Who has not heard of Frank Harden-
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York, (Rag Money Jim in "Pique") He
snys, I always use Giles' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia; it is a wonderful remedy for
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sore throat, enlarged joints and varicose
veins, from whic.li I suffered; was cured by
its use. Giles' Pills cures Billiousness. Sold
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120 West Broadway, N. Y.
What is Hay Fevek? This fashionable
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tho mucous membrane of the nose. They
say that Henry's Carbolic Save will euro it
jf used freely and persistently. Give it a
trial, and let fashion be bio wed.
Were man to conform more to tho laws
of health and of uature, and be less ad
dicted to tho gratification of his passions,
it would not bo necessary to advertise Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites
os a restorative for the power of tho brain
and nervous system, while tho world's pro
gress enlightenment would indeed bo mar
vellous, A HOUSEHOLD NEED. A book Oil the
liver, its diseases ami their treatment sent
free. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
headache, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria,
etc. Address Dr. Sanford, 1C3 Broadway,
New York City, N. Y.
Mental Strain Relieved. The Wash
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to us that members of the senate and house
arc freely using Warner's Safe Nervine
for relief of nervous postration incident
upon tho severe strain upon their mental
5 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dn. 0. McLAJTE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
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diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AG U K A X I) FK V EK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are ucccualed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coi.tt d.
Each box has a red-wax ccnl on the lid
with the impression, Mc Lane's Livek Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
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.-"Insist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McLase's Liver Pills, prepared ly
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