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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATS CONVEN
TION. Headquarters of Democratic State Central I
Committee, Springfield. Ill , March If. 1M. 1
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic state convention will be held at
Ppringticld on Thureday, the l'nh day of Jute.
lute, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to appoint delecate to
the sational Democratic cvnvt-ntivn to lie held a:
Cincinnati on the -.Mad dav of June. o, and to
nominate candidate for the following ttatt oflictc
8ecretarv of State.
Andlu-irof Public Account,
Alo for tbe purpose of nominating prctiticntial
By direction of the latt natiotial convention
the delegate will be intlrutti"! !y the
state convention to vote for or asuinot the abroga
tion of the two-thlrde rule.
All citizeL who are in accord with the Demo
craiic party in principle and and ympathiiiu with
lt object ure invited 'to participate in vending
delegate to the coDvention.
Tlieeveral counties will be entitled to one delc
cate for every lonr hundred vote, and one uelrpate
lor every fraction thereof in excen of two hundred,
bttied ou the vote cat lur Sunine! J. Tilden in lb7;.
T. IV. McNEELY,
A. Or.EMiowp, . Cbaiiman.
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVENTION
A Democratic Senatorial couveution roir.popoil of
dr.leate) from the (cvernl count ie in tiii (Fif
tieth) district, will meet at Murpbypbaro. ou Thur
day, July 8. ISni, at 2 o'clmk. p.m., for the pur
pose of bominatiug one candidal f'jr tate aenator
and two representative in the generul atfenihly.
baia of reprefeutation : One delegate fur each
am vof'i und fraction over 1C0 vote cast for W.J.
Allen, for conere. in 1K8. The countie will be
entitled to delegute a follow:
Vole for Allen. Del
Alexander mid r,
JackKun 1 Ml K
Cnion 1 i'M 10
iiy order of committee.
J. P.MwLain, C'nai! man.
T. F. lionoN. Secretary
Dated Joneburo, .Vlav S. ;Kk3.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
The Democratic voter of Alexander county are
reqnueud tu meet at the court hutine. C airo, on
Knilay, June 4tb, ly-0. at 'i o clock p. ni.. lor the
purp . of teiectinc delegate to the HtHtc con
gTeicional and renutoria! conveutifjuf. arid to ap
point a central ainn.:ttee ior 1lie ewuing two
By orJo- of Alexander County Democratic Cen
B. I". IILAKE, Set retfirr.
Pehrv County Democrat : "The Perry
county Republican convention, by re- iiu
tion, indorsed the nomination of Grant,
and the candidacy of J. R. Thomas. How
many Republicans are there among the
people who will ratify these resolutions at
tho ballot box? This conun Irum is worry
ing the candidates like the deuce -and well
Several attempts have been made by
the Grant and Sherman leaders in Louis-
- '5ana to effect a compromise on delegates to
Chicago, but thus far without success.
The former offer the custom house crowd
four of the sixteen, but the latter demand
eight. It is predicted that, if gome agree
ment is not arrived at before tho state con-
, vention meets, there wiil be a bolt and two
It is pretty well understood among mem
bers of congress that there will be no ad
journment until the P.ayunl marshal bill,
theUtc agreement bill, and tho electoial
count resolutions shall have been pussed.
The first two can be disposed of in a very
short ' time, but the latter will provoke
alormandno doubt heated debate. Mr.
, Hayes will send a special message to the
louse this week, urging speedy action on
thu Ute bill.
Humanity has no time to wuote on mere
' individuals. That olKco holder who itnug-
-, Jue that he possesses a greatness entirely
Idi own, a native and inherent right to coin-
' mand, simply commits the folly ot setting
j op Lis personal insignificance above thnt
: ; stupendous whole, composed of all tho
" ' people, their combined wisdom and con.
mon patriotism. Such has been the blun
ilcr of Coukliug, Cameron and Logan.
Ignoring the spirit of our popular iastitu
tions, they have iu a measure constituted
themselves the masters, iri6tcti J of tho
servants of the masses. Fur reasons best
known to themselves, they want Gen.
Grant ducted president. To efllct this
end they propose to make him the nom
inee ot the Republican party. The tradi
tions of tho nation are opposed to this
scheme, while the patriotic impulses of the
People revolt at the bare suirreatioii. To
coerce the dominant spirit of a groit party
servile subordination to puny individuality
is the crowning infamy of this hideous de
formity called personalis in politics. It
has reached its full tide; it Las struck the
rocks of western independence; its white
spray of triumph hides for a moment the
disastrous consequences of the fearful col
lision. Wait "Time is the tomb-builder,"
and doubt not that the spray will vanish
and the proud steps of Democracy will yet
tread in triumph the dry beach whence per
sonalUm slunk away, broken, cowed, and
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
OESEKVA TIONS IN TBE GKLAT AMERICAN
METROPOLIS BY OIK LUV Cf'Kr.I'oN
DENT WOMAN'S DRES AND FANCIES
THE "TVRTLE" MANIA TUE AMERICAN
From oar r.eca'ar Cerrebpot-f-nt
New York, May 34th. liSO.
There is every evidence of sudd, a wt-alth
in New York, reminding one of the days
of 1S03-0. rarticulnrly during the pres
ent season has the living expenses of rich
and poor increased, and never since, or
hardly before the panic of '73, has such
reckless txtravsgance prevailed. "I've
been dress-making for twenty yea:s, but
never did I put a scissors in as much rich
material, or lay eyes on such magnificent
trimmings." said a fashionable modiste a
few days go, and others in the same busi
ness report a like experience. Some of the
passamentcrie trimmings of cashmere and
rainbow beads, range in prices as high as
$35 and $40 a yard, witn fringe to match
in richness. It really seems as if there
were a possible conspiracy between the
dressmaker and importer to make up in the
quality of the costume for the
less quantity of material and
trimmings required by the present
fashions. Our leading houses must bear
the blame of bringing sore temptations be
fore the American ladies. One can but
wonder if the profit on these higher-priced
goods is enough more in comparison to
compensate for the responsibility of lead
ing our nation into willful extravagance and
vanishing into thin air, the economic vir
tues, the hardships of the last few years
had forced us to lenrn. It is well known
that the richest manufacture and finest
specimens of French skill are brought to
America. This is due to fashion, the much
slandered goddess. Fashion is not incon
stant, she changes as seldom us po.-sible,
and keeps the same favorite long at her
side. Hut to keep iu the fashion, it is nec
essary to busy yourself about it, that is. to
renew yourself without ceasing; this must
be the work of every moment; and de
mands most severe study. First point:
Never give way to any personal whim, but
be always ready to follow any
whim ot the periodlearn how to
give up quickly what pleases you the most
carefully avoid getting fond of anything;
as fondness for anybody or anything, fur an
idea, a plan, means getting old and ru.-ty.
It is giving a date, that is, bo to peuk,
saying your, last word. Yesterday must
always be wrong. To live the woman of
fashion must move move without stopping ;
stopping means perishing. Slit; is tin:
wandering Jew ol frivolity. Like him,
she i allowed to live forever, but on con
dition ot never taking a rest. We wcr
talking the other day of the constancy of
fashion to her admires this constancy is
not exhibited towards animals, to whom
she shows herself tolerable fickle. At the
beginning of winter the supj le, silky cat
was the favorite of the lady's boudoir, un
til the playful leveret took its phi'jf. Rut
this last named animal is chilly, his livss
is a source of preoccupation, he require1 as
much cure as a child. The leveret h
jealous, passionate, circling; it will be
loved and the woman of fashion has u A
time to devote herself even to the creatures
of her present fancy. Monkeys were once
the rage among fashionable animals, but,
alas! they bear toj close a resemblance to
some men, so now they are rejected. Par
rots were oixe much thought of during the
period of "Tyranny." Tlieywere t iuht
to scream all kind of seditious words that
could not bo spoken; to-day, when every
thing can be openly said, parrots are de
spised. What is the favorite animal now?
has it become fashionable to bring up in
tho drawing rooms young tigers, little
bears, small lions, tiny panther? No, the
fashionable animal is most peaceful, and
not very noisy it is a turtle! The animal
lius one great advantage over his prede
cessors, he needs no attention. You tuny
j forget to feed him for a month; no matter,
ho does not feel "ugly" towards you. In
short, he is the only affectionate fancy that
the selfishness of iir century will permit
his companionship demands no efforts b
please; he is a favorite who does not pur
ticulurlv care about being loved.
CROPS AND PRICES.
The Rurliugtou Ilawkeye, diseussiug th
general prospects of the present crop, says
"the outiook for the growing crops is thus
far in the season, exceedingly favorable
Some sections of the country are suffering
from insufficient rainfall, but it is tho case
nearly every vear that some sections have
an excess of moisture or not euough, or
some other cause leads to short crops. Esti
mates must be based upon tne general
average, and that this year promises to be
high. There is an increased average in
estivation, and the yield per acre will be
Heavy. It says further tiiat the abund
ance of the yield and the extent of the
foreign demand are the two factors that
determine the prices of cereals and the re
muneration that American farmers will
receive this vtr.r for their investments and
The value of the total export of wlieat
from the United States for the ten months
ending April oO, aggregates $157,33,000.
aiamst $105,t).yj'j lor the same period
cf iast year, showing un increase of $4'J.
404,000. The average price of western
wlieat Las teen $1.35 per bushkl for the
period, agamst $1.07 for the same timu of
1SS-71I showing an increase in price of
IS cents per bushel; while California wheat
has averaged $1.15 against $1.03 the pre
ceding year a rise of only 13 cents per
bushel. Western four has averaged $5.&4
per barrel, against $5.37 the" preced
ing year an advance of 07 cents: while
the rise ou California has been only 31
cents. The rise in flour, it will be observed,
has been in the same proportion as that in
wlieat. Reckoning five bushels of wheat
to the barrel of flour, the rise of 18 cents in
western wheat would call for a rise of 90
cents per barrel in flov.r; whereas, and ac
tual advance has been only C7 cents.
The total value cf the exports of wheat
and flour from the United States, for the
ten months, amounts to the extraordinary
figures of $lW.7a3,5&0. against $133.350..
s7 for the corresponding months of
From the followirg statement is shown
Low these figures compare with stat.stics of
Ten month enditp Va'.ie of e?por: of
April o0. whtat anc rtour.
!' j:i.TM 4Mi
l .o k-7
!P"r tl.e72 0t.-i
An exchange commenting upon the a cove
These figures 6how how largely the re
cent large volume of the export trade is at
tributable to the ftilure of the Eiropean
crops and the consequent increasj in our
wheat shipments. Compared even with
last year, which was one of the unpreceden
ted grain shipments, the value of wheat and
flour exported during the last ten months
exhibits an increase'of $53,500,000. If we
compare, however, with the average of pre
vious years, the grain is stili more impor
tant. Taking the five years preceding last
which includes two years of liberal ex
portswe find that the shipments fur thi
ten months averaged $3,:;0D.730; or
$103,400,000 less than for the ten months
ending with the 30th uit. These facts arc
highly suggestive. They indicate the im
portance ot the shrinkage in the volume of
the national exports that may be expected
to occur in the event of an average harvest
in Europe and of the very low prices for
wheat that would arise undi-r such circum
stances, along with the surplus of over 10",
000,000 bushels f wheat beyond the ex
INTERVIEW WITH THE GRANT
LEADER IN KENTUCKY.
AYS THAT OKA NT AND SHiRMANUIM
Ufc THE Kl.ITIiI.lCAN TICKET.
I.o:ii-v.!!.; ,Kv., Pont.
A reporter of the Post, yesterday aff-r-noon,
met Col. Waiter S. Evans, the recog
nized champion of the Giant party in
Kentucky, and at oi,c began to question
him on the political situation with the fol
Reporter Colonel, who will be the re
porter of the Chicago convention?
Col. Evans Grant will be nominated be
yond all doubt.
Rep. lr you think he will receive the
nomination on the fir.it ballot?
Col. E. If the Hiii.oi- convention should
fail to instruct for Grant, or for a unit vote
of the delegates, there may he a second bal
lot, but if Illinois should instruct for him
he will be nominated by acclamation.
Rep. What about llfaine'i
Co!. E. Ho will have no i liance, and the
instructed vote, will Us sufficient to nomi
nate Grant, if it should not be the floatin"
vote will go to him.
Iiep. -In the event of the nomination of
Grant, who will be sveoud on the ticket?
Col. E. Gen. Shermon, of Ohio, will be
the candidate for vice-president. The
ticket will be Grant and Sherman, and
they will surelv be elected.
Rep Will Sherman accept the second
place on the ticket (
Col. E. lie will, and with him Und
Grant we. will carry the great. -st portion ot
the south, the greatest western and some ot
the southern states. The convention at
Chicago will nominate the ticket I have
stated, and will put forth a solid platform
and success is sertain.
Rep. Colonel, who will be the nominee
of the Demorratic party i
Col. K.lilden will certainly secure the
nomination at Cincinnati.
Rep. Who do yon think will be the
scrum! on the Democratic ticket
Col. E. That I cannot say. as 1 have
paid but litthi attention to the 'matter, lie
will no doubt be a southern and not a
I Dr.r.M it a duty to state that Mr. ,
of this county, had his right luiii: seriously
affected with tubercular deposit, accom
panied with night sweets, frequent hemor
rhage, copious exp-etoratiou arid much
emaciation; the ue of Fellows' Syrup ot
Hypcphosphites seems to have arrested the
pi-ogres of the disease almost m.nv'diaMy,
the hemorrhage has not n tuned. :it,tie.
tite is excellent, ami he is able to attend to
his bush. ess ns usual, A. Smith M I)
Campbylltown, X. R. ' ' ' '
IlAiinrAi. constipation cured and the
bowels strengthened by the regular use of
Carter's Little Liver P'ills in small closes
Tmiiry YE.um' Exi-ejuence ok an Old
Ncuse. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
tne proscription ot one ol tho best lemale
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and has been used lor thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
ot mothers and children, trom the feeble m
fant'of one week old to the adult. It cor
rects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest,
health and comfort to mother and child.
We believe it the best and surest remedy in
the world, in all cases of dysentery and
diarrhtea in children, whether it arises from
teething or from any other cause. Full di
rcctions for using will accompany each but
tic. None genuine unless the fac-simile of
Curtis & Perkins is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all medicine dealers. Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
Timely Caution. Genuine Hop Hitters
are put up in square paneled, ambir-color-cd
bottles, with white label on one side
printed in black letters, and creen lion
cluster, aud ou the other side vellow
paper with red letters; revenue btam'p over
inc corK. this is the only form in which
genuine Hop Hitters are put up, nnd the
sole right to make, sell and use t hem is
granted to the Hop Hitters MTg Co., of
Kochcster, N. i ., and Toronto, Ont., by
patents, copyright and trade mark. 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, are botrus and unfit for
use, and only put up to sell and cheat the
people on the credit and popularity of Hop
"An Old Physician's Anvu e." Coughs
colds, asthma and other pulmonary aO'ee-
tions should tie looKed to ana promi'th-
treated in time and thus ail serious result?
may be avoided, and fur this purpose wi
know of no letter remedy than "Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." The first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 35 cent bottle and
be convinced, and vou will thus avoid a
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 35 cents'aud $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $5. The large size i the
most economical. Pre pared by Dr. Swavne
& Son .'W0 North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold bv all prominent druggists.
Lame and Sick Houses Ccked Flee of
Chaik.e. Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia, yellow wrapper: send fer pamphlet.
Navicular disease, spavins, curbs, ringbone
knee, coffin joint pastern and smew shot
boils, strains. Contracts made with ex
press, railroad and ice companies, and all
others w ho employ large numbers of horses,
by which money and horse suffering i an be
saved. Address Dr. Giles. 130 West Road
way, N. Y. Trial size 35 cents. Harclay
Milfohd. Conn., July 35. 179.
Messrs. Morgan it Allen, 59St. John St.,
New York City: Gentlemen Please send
by express one dozen "Constitution Water."
The article is selling well. Two young la
dies of out town, who have suffered much
from those complaints which nearly all fe
males are more or loss subject to, have been
entirely cured by it. Their names wiil be
given to any lady wishing to make inquiries
of them in person. James T. Higby, drug
gist. Ask your druggist for it.
A iioi'SEiK'LD need. A book en 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, 103 Broadway,
New York City, N. Y.
Mental Strain Relieved. The Wash
ington. I). C. Critic says: "It is intimated
to us that members of the senate and house
are freely u-ung Warner's Safe Nervine
for relief of nervous postration incident
upon the severe strain upon their mental
Ont drug stores are now supplied with
"Malt Hitters," the new food medicine
which has clone so much good and comes
to us so highly recommended. Try it. It
may save you heavy doctors' lulls.
45 YEARS REFOKE THE ITHLIC.
l)n. C. McLANFS
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the. ills that flesh is heir to," but in all'ee
tions of the Liver, and ail Hillious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
disc .its of that character, they stand with
out ,i rival.
AGUE AND FKVEJi.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to.ftr after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc uncqualed
HEW A RE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLaneVLivek Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Rhus.
-t'Insist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McLank'b Liveh Pii.ls, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburfli, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
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PERMANENT EXPOSITION Rl'lLIiING AT CINCINNATI,
Opcniiiix MAY 31 t. nnd
A (.RAND DISPLAY OF
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KIIOM ALL PAKTS OF THE WcKl.D.
SIX 200-IIOIISE POWER AUTOMATIC STEAM ENGINES
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FIlOM Kl'KOl'E AND AMERICA
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AMERICAN HOOK EXCHANGE.
JOHN H. ALDEN, Manager. ' nbune BuiWing, New York.
TOLV. liOCK AND RYE.
A NOW Compound, Scientifically
prepared f lliilsnm Told, Crjstiilireil llnt-k
ChihIv, Old Rye Whisky und other Tonicn. The
Formula in known to our 'neHt physlctutm, is hlchly
comuiended by theni, and the AiialysiHul one of our
innst prominent chemist. Prof. C, A. Mariner, of
CIiIchi. in ou tho label of every bottle. It If a well
kiiBWti fact to the medical nrofefslon that TOLU,
HOCK and It YE will afford the ifrcatcH relief for
Cutii"!!". C'oldf, Infliii'iizn, BroucuitlB, fore Throat,
Weak l.nnca, also C (Hifntiiplioii, in the Incildent
and advanced slaves of that disease.
It can be used an a Bevcrape and for on Appeti
zer, miiklni.' an efl'ectlve tonic for Family nu. Try
It, yon will find it pleasant to take, of crreut service.
If weak or debilitated, an It. pivea KtrcO;tl, Tone
and Activity to tho whole human Ira me.
tlTTut up In (iiiartflze Uottlco for Family use.
Sole Airenla fr.r the l'ulted State and Canadca.
Also linportorc ul' Fine NV'inef, Liquur and Clrari,
111 Madison Street, Chieano,
Sold by DrutfijlBta and Dealer every where.
r, .'..m,u j u. uwv, ma Freak
Mend for llhif "ruteil catalogue.
GUAM) PIANO CO.
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I I.lhrary Mauh.ine. honml voltmie". tlecent
Leaver from the Diary of an old lawyer, $1
i Em h of the Khovc honr.d In clotii If I r mall,
! poctfip; extra. Most ul the hookf are alsu pull-
1 lished in flit editions and line bindings, nt higher
I Descriptive CttaUtpnei- and tern.s to cltihf ent free
i on application.
If you would retain health and streuclh, williouk
the lisp ol drill', try Heach'a Improved Klectrlo
Sponcii Br It. which wu will send on trial. AjrentH
wanted. Address W. C. BRAC1I. St. Johns. Mich.
TIT i VACl ir.f to $4i0 (with stool, cover
I I A iU and hook). All Mrlctly lirst clnaa
,n,M)( Ht W11),.,HB factory
prices. Tkece piano made one of tho fiiu atdls
jilays at the cenienulal t'xhthltlon. and were nrian
Iiiious.lv recommended or thu hiphest honors. Tho
Square Ciranils contain MathtiHhelt's new duplex
oversirunir scale, the greatest Improvement In tho
history of piano makiuif. The uprights are tho
tlnest In America. Catalogue .f ib pajfea mailed
.IL'BILEE OltGANH. the best In tho world. An
H sto. orpun only $es-, 1:1 stops, fLT-wlth all tho
latest anil hest iniprovemenl, possessing power
depth, brilliaucy and svmiiathcllc (junllt.V tone.
Beautiful solo effects ami perfect stop aetlon.
Solid walnut cases ol beautiful design aud elegant
finish, Circular free. All Pianos ami Organs sent
on IS days' testtrlal-frelght free If intlslaeli;ry.
Don't fall lo write us he- A 1)1 A TV3
fore buying. Positively we UllVJ All lij
offer tho best bargains. Fac- . ..
lorv and warroom. f.rth Street MilfTcnMi Hvmiuo.
SHEET MUSK ' Catuloloie of Vlied
choice pieces sent for 3r. stamp. Address,
MemU'lssoliu Piano Co., Box 20o, K. Y.