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OrgtnizAtion of the House and
Til liifwinil Mlifn f th tif
mi Artiste Will IU Hmrmi.
(pecial I" the St. Leal RcptibiKan.1
8rRi!rtnri.D, IH., .Inn. A-'l hn sreoiul
iliy vt the session of the legislature
opened amid much excitement inchl lit
to thecoutxtt for permanent organization.
i TH Sl.XATK
Met In good humor and permanently or
ganized by electing Senator l'lunilt, ot
La Salle, prccident pro tern., by the uuan
imous ote of the forty-five senators
preterit. The Independents iiotuinnted
Mr. Plumb and receive! the lnlore-
ment of the leniocrats in caucus, ami
tl votes of the Kepublienns In the
senate to-day. In the selection
ot the other ofllcers the lie-
publicans showed their party opposition
to tbo coalition nt the Independ
ents with the Democrat by bushwhack
Injr In parliamentary tactics. An omul
bus resolution Introduced naming
the 9fnerclcclcJ by the Independents
and Democrats. 1 fie liepublieans thru
presented a similar omuibus resolution,
as a substitute, naming their caucus se
lections. Senator Wlilllng, Republican,
was opposed to the omnibus style ot elec
tion, and moved to table the entire busi
ness. The motion was lost by a vote of
21 ayes and 2S noes.
The substitute was lout by a similar
party vote, as also was a motion to di
vide the question so as to vote on cadi
The previous question wan ordered by
a Vote ot 20 ayes to 21 noes ; and on
the original question the Democratic
independent ticket was elected by a vote
oi ayes 10 zu no-, being a lull repre
sentation of the strength of each party.
The officers elected wen; follows :
Secretary J tnes It. Paddock, of Kan
kakee, lndrpeudcnt-Dcmocntt uoiuince.
Assistants J. J. Crowley, Democrat,
of Cook ounty ; Thomas Wolf, Inde
pendent, Ol lorU ctnuiv, ftn,I jivu I
Ham Gcrraud, Democrat, ot Lawrence
Enrolling and Kugro6iug clerk 11.
F. ' Potter, Independent, ot rulaskl
county. Assistants W. L. tjlessuer,
Democrat, ot DcWltt county, oud F. K.
Franti," lneW.u;5cnt Woodford
Sergnt-af Arnis-P. O'Connor. Dem
ocrat, of SaiYganion county. Assistants
Boone KehaWf i)emocrat, 0t White
county, ajtd M (jprinsr, Indcpcnil
est, of Kniall county.
'"taster Fred. Gchring, ol Sanga
mon' Hid assistant Patrick Redmond, of
Adam eoQDty ij0u, Democrats.
ft ST. . (.
!1 carrier . r . iiaroia, inucpcnu
JVoi De Witt county.
Y0i.'cemcn S. Mcl'reary, Independ
ent, and Beo. Wiltshire and George iW.
Olbert, Democrats, of Springnrld.
Cloak-room janitor Charles Nelson,
colored, and a Deinocra t.
Floor janitor John Mattock, Dem
crat. The Republican substitute wliii It was
lost, indorses tho Independent-Democratic
nomination of -Mr. Paddock lor
secretary, and named tor assistant secre
taries, Samnel Parker, of Marshall
county; E. A. lloultie, ot Vermillion
county, and W. Whitney, of Du Page
county ; enrolling and engrossing cler k,
Bailey D. Dawson, of Morgan county,
and first assistant, Jesse A. Wilson, ot
Sargeant-at-Arim W. K. Iluudurson,
of Warren couuty, and first assistants,
Albert Dunlap, of Champaign county.
PostmlstrasK Miss Lizzie M. Harris,
of Cook county, and assistant, Miss Hat-
tie Kldd, of Christian couuty.
Aner uie senators urevy seau, ana a
committee cm rules was appointed, the
senate adjourned until to-morrow morn
HOC J HLI'KtbLN iillVl.S
Went into a permanent organization.
The Republicans nominated and gave
their support to Mr. James hhaw for
speaker, according to the party instruo
liona in caucus. The Democrats pre
eeBted Mr. Samuel liudmaitcr for the
position. The Independents named. Mr.
Andrew Ashton, of Wlnucbago couuty,
lor their candidate. On the vote being
taken Shaw received 7 votes; Buck
master, 65, and Ashtou 7 votrs thoe ot
Messrs. Alk Buckmastcr. Clover, I l r
ron, Jack, I'uumi fcij PaMf.
Mr. Bbaw reoeiytu one vn mu, :
was neoesaary for oloctioti, but came near
falling short owing to the efforts ot some
of the anti-Logan Republicans to make
a combination with the Independents.
Senator Logan appeared In tle lobby ,and
his presence probsbly saved fchaw Irom
After a noon recti the Louse pro
ceeded to elect the clerk andotlur officers
of the house.
The Uepubllcaus nominated K.F. Dut
tou ; the Democrats, Thomas F. lioit'oi ,
and the independents, J. h. It. Srbctitl'.
Ou the first cn'l of the roll tiie republi
cans lacked the necessary majority and
the ekrk delayed the call for absentees.
Mr. T. K. Mcnttt. ol Mat. in county,
demanded tlmt the vote should be an
nounced, and on general calls from every
part of the bouse being made for the
same thing, Speaker fchaw stated Uiat
ifcere had been 1M votei ct, Dutton re
ceiving, 77, Bouton, OK, and Hthoflfljd,
10. These figures aggregating loo, ,,r
Utree more votes than the Louse i
loetnbers, Meesrs. Merritt, Buckmatr
and Ashton ctiallanged the accuracy of
reenrnlng the call.
The first call wa s-t aide and an
other oue made which resulted as fol
low i Dutton, 79 ; fioutfn, 70, and
Scnoiald, 4. Mr. Dutton, of DeKalb
cviiatf, was cboetn ddef clerk.
Tfe BefubUcans lutroduod retolu
lion to clc t all the other houo oniclals
in the omnibus style. To this tho Ind.
Iendcnts objected nfid were seconded by
the !cuincrats, who starteil a spirited
filibustering campaign on points mo
tions to adjonrn,questions of privilege of
onlcr, substitute resolutions, changr of
votes on rollcall,aic:ils f mm the decision
of the siicaker, motions to table subjects,
and such like tactic.
Tho filibusteiiiiir was kcit up for
nearly live hours, ami eventually the
Republicans withdrew the omnibus reso
lution and accepted the suggestion of the
Independent to vote on each name sepa
rately. Both the Democrats and Inde
pendents oftoreJ names in sultHntioii,
but their motions were tabled, an ! finally
the Republicans .elected their caucus
nomination M published In lo-d;iy" -
The biHiiKss for the legislature to
morrow is the reception ol thcgtrrnor
message mid the canvass of tho lection
The Exhibition of a Costjy Nup
tial Trousseau Postponed
with a Lively Sen
Illit llrnllirr thr IHli olir,l Vnx
lh Hern 1,1.
(Kciitl to the . iuc'IniiHti Coinmeivial.)
Nkw oitK, January 3. The marriage
of Mis Caroline May to Mr. James C
Bennett, the proprietor or tho Herald,
was to have been solemnl.ed to-day by
Cardinal McClo.skey. Mr. Bennett had
desired that the marriage should not be a
public display, and Miss May concurred.
It was agreed that the couple should sail
for L'ugland just after the marriage, and
state-rooms richly arrayed lor the bridal
puny had been engaged. Miss May's
bridal outfit had been received from Paris
at a cos; of $2-J,OOU, and she had been
congratulated on her prospective wed
dimr. Lately, however, some stories had
come to her. ear ot Mr. Bennett's
actions, and yesterday it su announced
that by mutual agreement the
MiTt H HAD IlKHN BROhKNOl l . .
Mf. Bennett frankly ackuowifea fti,lt I
his behavior w-nnited MlssjMy's c
lioa in ftsWln'i to bu lcleatrrsoon after
2 o'clock this afteniurju the habitues ot
the Union club ;&! startled In the iu-
formation, jkh sped like iklfire
through tjje building, that Mr. Bennett
was bejfig assaulted bv Mr. Frederick
May(,ii the sikewalk, in front of the
cbrij-ho'usc. The luemlK'rs of the club
were aware of the fact that the struggle
might end jn a, tragedy, as May was
known to liayc been in a desperate mood
since Saturday. Mr. May is the brother
ol Miss Caroline May. He is an athlete,
and has been very Indignant concerning
Mi. Bennett's treatment of his sister, and
bad traced Mr. Bennett to the Union club
building. Mr. May is not a memlcr ot
the club, and therefor did not presume
to enter and there encounter Mr. Bennett.
As he stood near the railing in Twenty-
llrst street, several friends pa-ed ami
noticed that he was mii'.-h ngitatcd. and
that he kept
a mimr watch
Upon the entrance to the club houe. Mr.
Beiimt was within enjoying relioxh-
ments. He was unaccompanied, and his
acquaintances noted that his jollity was
artificial. He sent a messairc lor his
sleigh, and when It arrived at the door he
prepared himself lor u ride to Central
Park. lie wore a long coat and a jaunty
cap, and a splendid silk handkerchief was
wound around his neck. He seemid
much annoyed at the watchful glances of
the club people.
When Mr. Bennett lighted a cigarette
hi the large hallway ot the club house
and started toward the street, the door
was oKned wide for him by tho attend
ant, Mr. Beunett slowly descended the
staircase, and just as he reached the side
walk Mr. May confronted him. Mr. lien
net stepped backward, and Mr. May
A SMAI.I. Willi',
from his great coat, and with much
force and rapidity struck Mr. Dennett
across the face three times. Blood
streamed from gavhes under his eye, and
from a frightful cut on bis note. He
eUggeredlor a moment and then thiew
blinstlfupon Mr. JIay. They clinched,
but Mr. May being the more powciful of
tiie two, lorrf d himself troto lr. lten
Mtt'i grarp. At this the latter made
another lunge at Mr. May, who struck at
him from Hie shoulder, and Mr. Bennett
fell at full length on the side-walk.
Blood stained the snow from the side
B;iJk to the gutter.
Attaches of tlus o(nri-nou nd iir(T -
truss ran to Mr. Beunett's assistance.
No one attempted to stop Mr. Msy, who
with his Unds in his po lets walked
leisurely toward Fifth avenue. .Mr.
Bennett was carried into the house, and
his face was bathed. Hi. sleigh was tnt
away and a cab was ordered. Then he
was taken to hit home in Fifth avenue,
where he was atUnded by his phi i.in.
lie will not be able to be out for Sf yend
ds.vi, being tearfully cut and bruU-l.
Word- of w analog!
Durinx the present year, as in the pa-t
the grave will close over thousands, him
p'.y because they neglect the means which
would restore them to health. Meet tlx
fell destroyer at tho threshold, and dis
pute his invasion by that more than won
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Tar, Wild Cherry and lloreuound. There
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chitis, blood-splttlng, weak lungs, croup
or whooping cough which will not yield
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than any other medicine. It you would
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Syrup ol Tar, Wild Cherry and More
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sizes, 60 cutt ,,! at Barclay A Bros.
Prol. Parker'a Pleasant Worm byrup
1 pertec'Jy sale. Extremely palatablo.
Ko physic required. CeeU 38 cent.
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St. Nicholas for 1077,
Which opens with November, IsTH. litiins
A Imrt anil very rutertsinlnir serhd from
tUr Kronen, "The Kingdom ol the Oreo ly,"
a story adapted to the TliaukegU llitf mumiiii.
Anotherserial.ot aborbliig iniei'es-tlo i'oy.
"1IH tnVN MASTLK,"
Hi J. T. Trowbridge,
author of lb "Jck llaartl Moiic-." be-fc-irt
in the Christinas liolidxv uiuber.
Itp'idr erlul totie. Clirlximas i-torlcs
lively sketches, poems and pictures fur the
lioliittjs. snd some aitonUhlnft lllUKtr:iilon
ol Oriental 'port", w itli dt swings bj Mimnne
The Christmas Holiday Numb ?r of
Superbly illustrated, contains a s t ry Inter
"TUK BMYrt OF MY BOY HOOP."
Ity William t tillen Brynnl ;
"The Hor-e Motel." a lively irti. le. bv
Charles A. Itnriiard, kploiiiH.lij- IMustrHtoil J
The Cluck iii tiie sky," by Richard A.
Proctor; "A Cbriilnias Play "for Homos or
Mindiiy-S'dio. U," by Dr. F'jaleiton ; "Tiie
PeterUiim' Christmas Tie?,' by l.ueri'tia
I. Hale; "Poetry and Carols l' Winter,"
by l.ucj l.areom, with pictures.
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loba tt. AVIdttier, Thomas Hughes, W i'llisui
Ilowitt, lr. Holland, (Jeorge Ma l.mrdd,
Sanlord It. Hunt, Frank It. Stockton, mi l
There will be sturios, t-ketehrs, nnd
poems, ofspcclal interest to girls, by Har
riet l'rescoit Spoflord, Susm Cnolidtic,
Sarah Winter Kellotx. Klixahetli Stuart
Plielps, Louisa Aloott," I.Ucrctia 1. Hale,
Crlla I'haxter, Mary Mspes DotJ-v, scd
many others. 1 here w ill ho alo
TWK1.VK SKY PJCTCRK"!-
By Professor Proctor, the Astronomer,
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Practical aud Analytical Chrialats.
s.-i.D nir ai.r. I'Bi-ooisi tvrnrwiiK'K.
Lstate ol itetibcii aiiKhn, dereased
1 or iiBiiersiKoen, Having neeu appointed
administrate 1 of the istatn 01 l:uhen
Vaughn, t nf the rounty of Alonndt-r
and State of Illinois, deceased, lifii I v give
UOtira Itlil im laill I ... I -
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rounty court of Aleisnder eouhty, nt the
.fmrl li.u ! . '1... ... .1.. 1 ' .
wv. . " ' -.ii mi 1 11 w curunrT leriii,
on tin third Monday in Kebrnui y tint, at
whieh lime all persons liavln cUlms
against said extnte are notidrd and re-
,-.r..t..,u 1. in, purpose 01 nivintr
the ssinS ftilin.twil All 1
- - v lililt'lltu
to said ealate are reiited to mske Inline-
,i,n-ii, w 1110 iiuiiersineq.
latsd,Xud day of Heeember, A. li. 1ST..
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Tot It. & 51. 'tailroad Co's Lands! The test
Agricultural and Stock Cojntry
0000 LAKES IV A GOOD ClIMATE
Lew priraa. I.onjf Crsdlt. xw Tares
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AN UNRIVALED ILLUSTRA
vVben sicRinNCR issued Its famous Mid
summer Holiday timber in .luly.atriendly
crltitt said nf it : "We are not sure but that
st RinxEK has tan hed hlfch-wster murk.
We do not see wst worlds bio left to It to
ooniiier." liut the publishers do not con
sider that they have reached the ultiuis
thulc of excellena' they believe "there are
other worlds to ouqucr, and they propose
to compier them. '
The prospectus for tlin new volume pives
the titles 01 tnorethan tiltv papers iino'tly
lllustrited), by w titers ol tiie MfheM merit.
I nder the head oi
we haeMA W.utcton the Nile," by (Jen.
McClellan ; Satmtsrinps A'lout Constanti
nople,'' tiy Owlet Dudlry Warner ; "out
ofMy Window a; MonouV by Fux'enc
Schuyler; "An American in Ttirkistan,"
etc. 'I hree sciial .tories or" announced:
Uy lr. Ilollsnd, the Kditor,
w hoe story of "Sevennaks " .'are the hiif i
est satlsist'iion to the rcVders of tl'
I he scene ot this latest novel is laid on
the banks ol ilr HiiiImiii The hero Is a
young man whu hn been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings." but "w ho, by the
death of his nmtLer, is left alone in the
world to drlit 03 the current nt lite u itti
a fortune, but without a purpose.
Another serial, "Ilia Inheritance." by
Miss I'ratton, w ill heijiti on the completion
ol "That l.ssso" Lowrie's," by lr. Ilodif
son liurnett. .Mrs. Kurnott's story, beKtin
in August, Iris a J .it Los and dramatic pow er
w hich have been a surprise to the public
'I here is to '-c a sei ies of original aud ex
quisitely illustrati 4 papers ot Topnim s;(.i.
rn-e," by Mrs. lici t i k, tsch pai cr com
plete in iuell.
'I'!iere arc tube, feni various pens, papirs
''Hoine Life and Travel"
Also, practical suggestions as to town and
country life, village iinprovcmcuts, etc., by
wsll-know n speclulidt.
Mr. Ilarnurd's articles on various Indus
H ies ol (ireat Ithtuiu include the history ot
"Some Lxpcl'iincnt Ui Co-operation, "A
Scotih Loaf Factory" in the Mo ember
number, and "l oad Lane, Kodidale," In
Hccembcr. Oilier papers are, "The Hritlsh
Workint'inan's Home, ' "A Nation of Shop
keepers, ' "Ha'penny aWeck for the Child,"
A richly ilhistraicil scries will be yiven on
"American spoif by Flood and Field," by
various writers, aud each on adherent
theme. The subject of
"HonsrboM and Home Decoration"
will have prominent place, whilst the
productions ot American humorists will ap
pear from month to mouth. The, list of
shorter stories, biographical and other
sketches, etc., is a lonii one.
The editorial department will continue to
employ tbe ablest pens both at homo aud
abroad. There w ill be a series ot letters on
literarv matters, from London, by Mr. Wei
lord. The paL'es ol the iiiajfaxlne will he open,
us heretofore, so tar as limited space w ill
permit, to the diciissinn of all themes al
icctiiib' the eoci d snd religion hie ol the
world, and specially to the freshest thought
ot the Christian thinkcis and stbohrs of
We mean to make the ninp.t.me sweeter
and purer, higher and nobler, more genial
and generous lu all its utterances and influ
ences, and a more welcome lsitor than
ever before in homes ol refinement and cul
ture FIFTEEN MONTHS for tl.
St.-HinvKK lor December, now ready,
and w hich contains the opening chanters of
"Nicholas Minturn," w ill be read with eager
curiosity and interest. I'erhapt no more
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Family Safeguard Oil
TIIF HORRORS AND .WALLING ACCIDENTS
Daily tianspirlcg In tho ue of the Oils turn sold as Illuminators, which are made trout
Petroleum, and tbe want of eontblence ia tbe public mind as to the et rt!n
nfi-ty of said Oils, bss Induced tbe IbtrodtictioB of
ELAINE AS IU ILLtlMIIiAm.
LLAfNKIs LV) d-. Kirc fast and si'sTltif water wkite lo ilur, will not fiptodo
while burning in a lump, nor iu any uteer way, as it does not (Obtain any of tbe fiplo
she eempounds o frequently mej with iu the ordlnsrj Oils (or Illuminating. A Isoip
tilled with LLA1NK, If uiiretor accidentally broken, will not eiplodf or burn. There
is bo position which you run put slump tilled with LLA INK for common use, in fhlc.li
tl will explode. KLAIM. is eertaiuly the Safe-t Family Illuminating Oil huo c, tid
( an be Ured In any t'oal l ot Kerosene lamp, without ebsnae of burner.
WAS V AHPI.lt 1 1 1 K -
Ky (hi' .tutors and otmulssiotei of tbe
Centennial International Xshibition.
As tbe lies' ii'iiuilnailuif. OH, lor Its eitraordlnsry tu-ilrof fatety and Hrilllsnet
LI..WNK was al-o awsrde.l a f.otd Weds el the Pituburglj Ljposltlon : and w m
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And rect-.ved a hih commendation from tbe Hoatd of I'nlud sttates St(irjlst fa.fe'
tort, Washington, 1. t '.
lnsurstice Conipanie late LLAINT. the lame as a fiat risk .
LL AINK is used on many ol the Haiin.a ls, street Cats and Hotels of lbs egm-iy
and liijuurated uperior to any other til in tbe market
Can he used in any lamp.
OHIElf- FROM MIL TKAI'E -OLHIIEO.
MADS 01 Y SV
Oak Hall Boston Han.
It embrace all tbe test qualities of the F.nalMh
and t rench suits, and is particnlarl y adnptrd la
tbe requirements of the Amrrican hunters. Ii is
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Prioe of tbe Suit complete, including
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Inside scam of slwvc. InHiile team of troiiaei
Sue ol lira' I ilentioa beiht aod wrifbt.
keud for circular. Address,
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C. F. Hnnkel a Bitter Wltio of lrt
has never been known to fail in tbe cur of
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indls-
poailiou lu exertion, loaa ol tueauory, UIOI
culty of brcsthin, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
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weakness, dimuess of vision, languor, uni
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enormous appulito with dyspeptic syinp
totus, hot hands, flashing of tho holy, dry.
net of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, puritying the blood,
tiaiu in tho back, heaviness of tho eyelids,
frequent black sputa flying before the eyes
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want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
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Iron. It never falls. Thousands are now
enioytnK health who have used It. Take
ouly L. V. Kunkel's.
hew are or counterfeits and base imita
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bo well known all over tbe country, drug,
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ho sure to get the genuine. Ono dollar per
bottle, or six for fa. Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
K. K. Kunkel's Worm Hyrup never falls
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Ur. Kunkel, the only successful physician
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frico, fl.OO. It nmr falls.
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