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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUNINei, JUNE 1, isSO.
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ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. Headquarter of Democratic State Central (
Committee, SpnnpCeld, 111 , March K, 110. (
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic .tate convention will be held at
Suringfleld on Tliureday. the luth day of June,
IMHtr. t 10 o'clock, a. m., to appoint debates to
the national Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the Wnd duy of .lune. IKMl. aid to
nominate caudidutea for the lollowiip mult olEeea,
Srcretarv of tate.
Auditor of Public Account.
. Alo for' the purpocc of nomlnatlnt pr( CKlential
By direction of the last national conveMion
the delegate will be tnmnicied by the
Ktate convention to vote for or aijainft the ubroa
tion oi the two-third rule.
All citizen who are in accord with the Ileiso
craJe purty in principle and and viupnthi.f with
ita object aie invited to participate in tendiis
deteyHle to the convention.
TheeverH) counties ill be entitled to one dele
raw for every four hundred vote, and one dele pate
tor every fraction thereof in Mi-em of two bundled,
baeed ou the vote curt lor Samuel J. Tilrien iu lKti.
T. W. MeNEELY.
A. ORKNrx.iirr. Chairman,
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVENTION
A Deniocrntic Senatorial convention conipuf.d of
delepate from the ttveral counties in tLi tl'if
tieth) dinrict, will meet at Murpbjboro. on Tbur
day, July t. lW-0, at 2 o'clock, p. m., for the pur
pie of notninatitin one candidate for Male renaior
and two reprei-entntivec iu the general am-nibly.
hac. of representation: ne delegate for each
at vote and fraction over 10(1 vote cant for W.J.
Allen, for concre, iu li-TH. The cotiu'.ii'f will be
entitled to delegate as follow:
Vote for Allen. Del
Alexander I 5
Jackson 1 M f
Vnion 1 I'M W
lly order of committee.
J. P. McLms, Cbiiirmnn
T V. lVnoN. Secretarv
Dated Jobvsboro, May f. IrNt.
Ghant's frit'Dils arc not so sanguiiii' of
fcuciess, though the old ninn may hv nble to
pull through tlio cccvcntion tind secure the
nomination. Lopn, Cuu'.tion and Conk
liug arv lfitding t lie filit iu liis lidmlf, and
will ktujiIc at Botliing to accimilit!i the
cud they have in view.
Tiik Massac county Dtmocriits nsb( iiiMt.'l
in mat's convention at Metropolis on Friday
lafct ami instructed their . delegates to the
tate convention to vote for Samuel J.Ti!
den and Thus. A. Hendricks for president
and vice-president; John II. Oberly for
governor, and for Thou. W.'llnliiduy of
Cairo, for congress.
Is Case Jackson county secures the
nomination of Judge Lenium for state sena
tor, which now seems likely, who will the
Democrat of Alexander county select to
represent them in the legislature? The
time is coming round when the nominations
are to be made, and gentlemen who have a
iiankeritig after legislative honors should
let themselves le known.
A oentuman writiu" from Jucksou
county says: "Alexander comity is just as
much entitled to the nominee for state sen
ator as Jackson county is; and ouht to put
forward Judge W. II, Green, lion. Thos.
Wilaon, D. T. Linegar or some other good
nan." Of courso Alexander county is just
u much entitled to the senator as Jackson
county is, and we have just as good material
out of which to make a senator as Jackson
or any other county has. That Alexander
county wants the senator is another ques
tion; but we believe if the Hon. D. T. Liuc
gar wants the instructions from tho Demo
cratic convention to he held hero next
Friday he can have them for the asking;
and he may get them even whether lie
want! them or Rot. It is evident that the
curvaM among the three gentlemen who
ought the instructions from Jackson
county has engendered not a little bitter
ness which neither time nor the warming
up of tht'canvas,C!in obliterate; and it may
become necessary for Alexander county,
which ib"just as much entitled to the senator
as Jackson county :s" to step in and claim
the nominee in order to secure harmony
in the party. While The Bulletin will
cheerfully support the nominee of the con
vention, whoever lie may be, we desire to
see that man nominated who can come
nearest solidilying the party, and we be
lieve Mr. Linegar to be one of the men
who can do that very thing.
PUT AWAY FOOLISH THINGS.
Vienna (.loimton Co. Time.
It is now high time that the Democratic
parly of this congressional and representa
tive district, had laid aside childish and
foolish things. It has been our custom for
many years, to take Dick, Tom and Harry,
because they were good neighbors, good
fox hunters, had given one sheep more to a
barbecue, than any one else, or because
they particularly wanted to show their ig
norance, and send them abroad to be the
laughing stock of our opponents. This is
the year of all others when our party should
throw off this Egyptian darkness and put
lorth our best men, and best energies,
men who can do something for the party
and the people and remove the veil oi
darkuess which has been overshadowing us
for years. Southern Illinois is not be hind
other portions of the state, in culture, re
finement or statesmanship, and this fact
can be demonstrated if we will put for
ward our best und wisest men. A great
political battle is to be fought and won this
fall, a state constitutional amendment is to
be voted upon und the state UJto he redis
tricted, and many other wise measures are
to be enacted upon, which need helpers.
Will we put them forward ! We believe
In the person of Mr. Thomas W Halli
day, we think we have just such elements
needed in a congressional candidate. He
is well favorably ksown throughout the
district. He has made an excellent repre
senative in the legislature, and he is every
way qualified to lead us to victory over
Capt. John R. Thomas, or whoever the Re
publican candidate may be. He has a
good record, is a good citizen and neighbor,
and can poll more votes in Alexander, than
any other man.
Vienna (Johnson Co.) Times.
With either Hartzell, Halliday, or
Crawford, we can be successful in the con
The Democrats of Johnson county are
verv much in favor of the Hon. John II.
Oberly being the next governor of this
state, and stand ready to put their shoulder
to the wheel in his behalf.
TEE EETTER-DALVES OF fOMEOF THE GEN
TLEMEN SPOKEN OF IN CONNECTION WJTU
Correspondence Cleveland Herald,
Washington, D. C, May 21. In prepar
ing brief sketches of the presidential can
didates, it is not easy to Uetne the limits
of the illuminated circle. No less than
ten ir twelve of the distinguished ladies
reside here at the capital, each the centre
of a group of attached friends. While the
merits and giuces ot each are sure to be
passed upon as in the light of possible de
velopments, the comments are the most
kindly; and I have yet to hear an expres
sion of positive choice as indicating which,
above all others, should be crowned queen.
MRS. W. R. MORRISON.
The wife of the Hon. William Ti. Morri
son, of Illinois, a gentleman who is consid
ered in the Democratic party a very promi
nent "dark horse," is plump and rosy, with
dark hair, and animated countenance. This
lady is gilted with that rare, precious qual
ity which enables its possessor to put every
person around her at ease, diflasing sun
shine und blessing wherever she moves.
This talent would be most available in
shaking hands with a thousand strangers,
what no queen, except an American queer.,
is expected to do. Mr. Morrison's many
l'riculs rejoice in tho acquaintance of his
atiaiiie and admirable wue.
MRS. E. U. WAKUIil'ItNK.
Mrs. Washburtie, a lady of French de
scent, speaking the French language with
fluency, is pleasantly remembered here
siuce the time Mr. Washbume was a mem
ber of congress, and later a member of the
cabinet, during which time he acquired the
fluttering sobtiquet ol "Watchdog ut the
Treasury." Mrs. Washbume is described
as petite, dark-eyed, emotional, a fine con
versationalist, an enthusiastic, warm-hearted
friend. As unstress of a household bho
wus alert, a faithful mother of numerous
children, yet ever ready to cutertaiu, on
short uotice, Mr. Washburue's constituents
aud not only so, but to enter with zeal in
to their plans. Her spontaneous benevo
lence found ample scope when, a minister
to France, Mr. Washburne, through that
terrible seige of Paris, found his hands and
heart full in relieving suffering. In this
way the Washhurues brciime endeared to
many who cherish for thein profound es
teem anil gratitude.
MRS. SAMUEL J. RVMlALI.f
Prominent among the wiws of the presi
dential candidates we would mention Mrs.
Speaker Itandall, a woman who domes from
an excellent family, having a liue educa
tion. Mrs. Randall is a so and stut, and
in manner quiet aud self-poised. As
speaker's wite, she receives homage quite
equal to that offered to the wives oi' cabinet
members or supreme judges. Thus every
Mouday during "the season" there is a flut
tering of fashion and gaycty around Mrs.
Randall, mukinj just about as much im
pression ou that" lady as would so many
butti'i flies. Mrs. Randall pursues the high
aim of rendering her home throughly com
fortable for her hu-band and his many
callers. How well she fulfills his holy en
deavor may be divin-d by the tender wnid
by which Mr. lUndail always a Mresses her
"Mo'hfr" as if h-r gentle influence re
minded him of a neHiitr's love. The eld
est dauRhkr, Miss Mary, a winsome young
girl, is the ppeeit.1 pride of the father and
the helpful companion of the mother in
fulfllliug the rather burdensome social en
gagement that devolves on the wife of the
speaker. Mrs. Kandall is devoted to the
church of her choice, the Presbyterian. As
to matters of dress and style of'living, Mrs.
Randall is striking, y unambitious.
MRS. o. P.I.AINK.
Mrs. Blaine is fair-haired, tall, rather
stout, with distinguished carriage, and a '
manner earnest and practical, Sincerely
conscientious, Mrs. Blaine.scems to belong
to a class of New Englund women uot al
ways to be met with even among the rug
ged hills, n:id rarely seen elsewhere. A
beautiful home life is the result of her
wise management. Already are her sons
in business, and popular in society, and
M.ss Alice, tiie eldest uuugnttr, a oeautuui
firl of 18. stands beside her mother like a
younger s:6ter. Though Miss Mary is home
lrom scnooi, sue is unuersioon to ue as yet
not in society. Miss Dodge, better known
r.3 Gail Hamilton, is, for half of the year,
tt 111 LSI. V'i Hli5 11M VtJ lUlilttJ A Ul'l
rtr throw of visitor nt tho pxi'dltive
mansion would be amply and ycnurously
enieriaineo. n tne coming contest snouui
seat Senator Blaine iu the chair of state.
Mrs. Blaine ever sympathizes most deeply
with her brilliant husband in his political
exploits and ambitions, yet would gladly
persuade him to retire to private life.
WHS. WILLIAM WINUOM.
Mrs. Senator Windom is one of those
sprightly women whose brilliancy attracts.
Tall and graceful, with an animated face
that lights up iu conversation, an easy, af
fable, and engaging manmi-r, the unstud
ied expression of a warm heart, it is no
marvel that callers at Senator Windom's
tarry long, thus virtually crowning the hos
tess queen. The school where Mrs. Win
dom educates her children is in their
own home, and she herself is their 6ole,
teacher. What is of rare occurrence, both
Senator Windom and his gifted wife arc
blessed with that indefinable oualitv we
call, magnetism, rendering their society
MRS. GEN". OAHFIELD.
Mrs. Gen. Garfield is of delicate form,
in rosy health, a domestic, devoted mother,
fitting her four young generals for college
cr for active life, a lady of sunny spirit, and
of a very quiet, dignified bearing.
.MRS. JVIK.E EDMUNDS.
The wife of the Nestor of the senate,
Edmunds, is a person of fine culture. The
first impression is that of repose, and gen
tleness, and quiet dignity, with a soft man
ner not in the least self-assertive. Of me
dium figure and brunet complexion, the
arched eye-brows remind one of those
French beauties, such as the old masters
were fond of delineating as expressive of
devotional spirit. At once, as you enter
Mrs. Edmunds' drawing-room, you perceive
an air of refined domestic culture, such as
pertains to a New England home. There
are books and music, pictures and embroid
ery, all bespeaking the taste uot only, hut
the talent, of the gentle hostess. The eld
est daughter, Miss Mary, endowed with the
taste and talent, both artistic and literary,
of both the parents, does the honors of the
house, and takes her place beside her
father in society during the absence of the
mother and younger sister in Europe. Mr.
Edmunds lives in his own modest house oti
the heights, near the Thoma9 statute.
MRS. GEN. JOHN A. LOGAN.
Mrs. Gen. Logan is admirably fitted to
grace any home or any position. Her exe
cutive ability amounts to real genius. Her
benevolence found ample scope during the
war, when she sojourned with ber solditr
husband at the front, where, like Mrs.
Grant, she enjoyed rare opportunities fr
development. Witty, vivacious.and patriotic
sharing the ambition of the general, she it
never happier than when supporting his
well-earned fame, yet ever has she an out
reaching heart of sympathy for the sorrow
ing. Mrs. Logan has a well-developed em
bonpoint, her strikingly-animated counten
ance contrasting with her abundant snowy
hair, her aspect happily expressing the
vivacity of youth combined with the dig
nity of middle life, si that, like the gen
eral, she seems to bloom and last rather
than to iade and decline in years.
MRS. SENATOR IIAVAIID.
Mrs. Senator Bayard is a graceful, pol
ished, attractive, dark-eyed lady, too busy
with her many children to devote much
time to society. It is understood that Mrs.
Bayard inherited great wealth. The two
elder daughters are In society, graceful and
accomplished young ladies.
MRS. AI.1.I1N G. TIIURMiN.
Mrs. Thurman is a matured woman, to
whom the "brains of the Democratic side
of the senate," as Thurman is styled,
seems to ue sua me tender lover, ooki ik
ing quite stooped aud jogging down life's
MRS. JINTICE FIELD.
Mrs. Justice Field is fine looking, ninny
years the junior of her husband, brilliant
in conversation, though often reticent. The
Fields, as sons of a clergyman, have sur
vived the popular notion that the sons of
minister's are sure to go to the bad. Cyrus
W., the cable man; David Hudley, the ant
ed lawyer; Henry M the editor of the
Evangelist, as well as the associate justice
of the supremo court, all live to prove that
ministers' sons have only to do good and
be good, and their chances in life lire fully
equal to those of other men's sons.
MRS. SECRETARY SHERMAN.
Mrs. Sherman, the tallest of these expect
ant ladies, is lithe, well-formed, with the
frank simplicity and sincerity ot sweet
seventeen. Kindly and cordial and equable,
her nearest friends note not the slightest
elevation of soul since good fortune has
raised this amiable lady to almost the pin
nacle of American society. Now, as ever,
she seems sweet, and happy, and gentle,
and benevolent. Sho is the daughter of
the Hon. James S'ewart.
CiNCHO-tlviNiNE is used with great suc
cess by physicians as a suOititute tor Sul
phate Quinine iu all cases where the latter
h indicated, because it does uot produce
headache or disagree with the stomach.
The dose is the same, and the price is only
$ 1.50 per ounce. Druggists generally have
it for sale, or it will be sent, postnge pre
paid, on receipt of price, bv Billings, Clapp
it Co., Chemist, Boston, Mass.
A HOUSEHOLD NKl'.U. A book tn tllO
liver, its diseases and their treatment sent
free. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
headache, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria,
etc. Addresa Dr. Sanford, 103 Broadway,
New York City, N. Y.
The Stubborn Convinced. In writing
ot Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
Warner's Safe Bitters, .ind other r-f War
ner's Safe Remedies, the "Sentinel," Weeds
port, N. Y., has the following: "That
these possess all the remedial (piulities
claimed for them is a matter beyond dispute-;
bona fide testimonials by the thous
and from well known citizens in public and
pnvate life, are evidences sttong enough to
convince the most stubborn doubter, that
they are the best medicines for diseases for
which recommended, ever yet known to
the public or the hysician."
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early deeny, loss ol manhood, etc., I
will send a receipt that will euro you,
free of charge. This great remedy .was
i I... ! V....1.
uj.ituveieii uiixsiuimry iu rtouiii
America. Send n self-addressed envelope
to the Kov. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New lcrk city.
Edwin Booth in Rheumatism. Edwin
Booth suffers terribly sometimes from rheu
matism, and if he were not one of the most
amiable ot mortals, would, doubtless, in.
dulge in vigorous Anglo-Saxon, expletives
He takes refuge, however, in a well-smoked
corncob pipe when the attack is on him
using no other medical treatment than a
preparation originally tested by his brother
in-law, J. H. Magoniglc. This affords Inm
almost instant relief, aud in place of in-
dulging iu prolamty when the ihcuniatisni
nips him, he culls for Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia, which he buys by the
gallon. Giles' Pills cures Erysipelas. Sold
by alt druggists. Send for phamph'.et.
Dr. Giles, U'U West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
Woman's Wisdom. "She insists that it
is more importance, that her family shall
be kept in full health, than that she should
have all the fashionable dresses and styles
of the times. She therefore sees to it, that
each member of her family is supplied
with enough Hop Bitters, at the first ap
pearance of any symptoms ef ill health, to
prevent a fit of sickness with its attendant
expense, care and anxiety. All women
should exercise their wisdom iu this way."
New Haven Palladium.
i'o YEARS UEFOKK THE PUBLIC.
rPTJT? .'L?"TTT1 "NT XT'
J. L.-L.J-LJ T -L.J-l.-N lJ I L -i
Dr. C. McLANE;S
are not recommt nde as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh & 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.
AGUE AND FEVEK.
No be tter cathartic can be used pre para
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As H simple purgative they are uncqualed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sutar-ctated.
Each box has a red-wax seaj on the iid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signytures ef C.
McLank and Fleming Bui.
Insist upon having the genuine Du.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BEOS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
the market being foil of imitations ' f the
name McLane. spelled differently but .-a me
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WHOLESALE WINES AM) LlCjl'OIiS.
R SMYTH t CO.,
Wlioleshlc bi.il Retail I' lilert in
Foreign and Domestic LijTioi
Wines of nil Kind.
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSKS, SMYTH e'O., lmve eoriiiiilly a
lurue toe It "f the lienl cnoiln in the rm,rkel, nnil
pive eiipceiHl atteution to ttie wholtTult branch ef
It AN Km.
rjpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. IIALMDAY, Presliletit.
II. L. IIALLIDAY, Vlr.u-I'recldetil.
XUOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cahlur.
. TAAT TA YliOlt, W. P. nAl.I tllAT,
DINHT L. IIAI.I.IDtV, li. U. (UrN INDIUM,
It. 0. WILUAKSOH,. HTKJ'UKN Hill),
II. U. CANUII,
Exchange, Coin aud United States Bonds
ROl'UBT AND HOLD.
Dopmitii received and gooural ImaklBR bnaluem
1 a O 1 1 H O jS. I) W
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The Popularity oi' the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that
nual New Business has been
Company in the world, is due,
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, audits
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
Asa GUARANTEE of this,
cious influence of a technical
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new. throughout the United
fter the policy ha been in
" The Equitable Life has
January bt. UU:o. .8ol.8S2,786, and closed its
books upon that date without a contested or pat due claim."
The Equitable Life A-maiic ivjry Wrt- the fiiM to in
T0XTIXE. SAVINGS FLN'Ii POLICY.
And thereby to populariz- J j f - jj.;intnce to a d'-irree before
By the late iepui t of the IiMiiaiirc Coininiviowr for the
states of MasiehiN-tt and .Vw York, the Equitable Life
Assurance Society howsthe following trong points:
FIJiST The Equitable has a larger ratio of awts to lia
bilities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
THIKD The Equitable's death rate was les lat year than
any other of the leading companies.
F0CKTH The Equitable realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes jiloatiiro in rcrcrriiiff to t lie following well known liLsinow
men insured in the .sH iety, conijiosinir an,
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
THOS HALLIDAY, Cut-hler City National
ERA'S K L. tjALItiHEH. (.Biro City mlllf.
J. M. I'llILLirS. rrecldetit HMUilny & HV,Uyt
rAl'LG. H'UUH. Wl.ulimif find ret nil eliup
(.'lft. WILLIAM STHATTON, ef Strat'oii A IUrd
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of G. I. WllllMiiMin,
A Co., Rout fturcmuu ConiiulrHoD nn'.eliiiiitii
FRANK HOWE, of C. M. Howe & Eiok., ito
ERNEST It. l'ETTIT, Grocer!!. nwtLHware
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BUR3STETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CRA1NE, Oencrul Miinnsrer for Illinois, Jown, Nebrankfi, ami tho
Territories, 1 till Deurborn Street, Chicago.
i i) u m u i r ju
of the United States.
A V N 15 "W VO.I1K
for Eleven years its average an
larger than that of aviy other
in a great measure, to its well-
and to counteract the perni
policy, adhered to by many
force for three rears.
paid since its organization to
SIMI'SOSJII. TAB EH. of Tabtr Uron., mani
WILLIAM I). Liri'ET, AfMMaut poetmucter.
W, E. eiGHLSUN, Dry yeodf. faiiry Rooda and
Tnt'S S, TARR, General ' uicrebaudlwe and
JACOII HVFK.EK, of Dtirper Prof, dry gondii
JOHN sriieiAT, Troirieinr "Sjironfii Refrlz
GEO. It.'.'LKNTZ. Superintendent Cairo City
HE Kit (CRT MACK IE, or A. Muckio A, Co.