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Katiofca to tM In WwhtofftOD, here
he U iUjrtof U wlch his chanoei lor a
M4 hi the UWted States wnato. Maine,
Morton Co. hTe jrtren the Louisiana
fraud to uuderslaml that they will stand
by him in the contest. ,
Watxe McVeigh, ion-Jn-law ot old
Simon Cameron, I an applicant for the
vacant mission to St. Petersburg, the lute
inrnmtwnt hnrlntf retired on leave. It U
believed old Simon's influence Is too
much lor the president, Mid that Mc
Veigh will be gives the mission.
At the next cession of congress Sena
tor Morton will urge the passage of his
bill to chauge the manner of electing the
president and vice-president of the I nit
ed States. It is also stated that he i
preparing a lecture on the subject lo be
delivered by him at the close of the nest
session ot the scnato.
Socthkrn carpet-bftgjrcrs arc askin
Northern Republicans to use their in
fluence with the president to keep them
(tho carpet-baggers) In office in the
Southern states, s as to propagate the
party tencnts. But Mr. Hayes has un
doubtedly done with carpet-baggers;
and the less he has to do with them in
the future the better it will bo for him.
There is much comment in Washing
ton over the refusal of Justices Clifford
aud Field of the supreme court, to be
present at the slate dinner given a tew
days ago at the white house to the grand
dukes of the Russian fleet. All the mem
bers ot the supremo court were invited,
and all were present exempt Clifford and
Field, both ot whom were members of
the electoral commission. '
Packard left the Louisiana state house
on Tuesday evening, and at five o'clock
on Wednesday morning the building was
taken charge of by the Nicholls police.
At 12:30 o'clock, the legislature, headed
by Gov. N'icholls, his staff, and the vari
ous state officers, marched in a body tON
the state bouse and took possession of
the offices. A crowd of ten thousand
people assembled about the building, and
the governor and the legislature were
received with loud aud prolonged cheers
Packard has nothing to say of bis
plans for the future; but says bis prom
ised address to the pcoplo of Louisiana
will be given to the press In a few days,
In this address Mr. l'ackard says he will
fulfill his pledge to make known all the
facts within his knowledge ot the frauds
by which Mr. Hayes reached the presi
dency. Packard may be as good as his
word, but we do not believe he will tell
all he knows, lie has an eye to the fu
ture, and to expose the true inwardncs
ot the Louisiana swindle tul-jht lnterfem
ininii..!... Tvarit will aav noth
Skcrktart ScnuR has Issued a circu
lar assigning two hours In every week
which he will devote to Interviews with
clerks and other employes of the Interior
department. All clerks desiring to speak
wun me secretary on any subject con
nected with the business of the depart
ujcui win De required to Inform him in
advance of the subject of their desired
commuuication in order that no time
may be wasted In Idle gossip or in the
consideration of unimportant subjects,
a ue secretary's idea Is to place himself
in direct communication with all tho
employes of his department, and to
arouse among them a feeling ot confl.
dence In his desire to treat every one
justly, and to promote in every pos
sible way tne tfheiene of his depart-
n"" ulaine is clianging his tac
tics. Like the other leading Radicals
who at first opposed the president's
seuinera policy Blaine is
nop, and we expect soon
to hear ot his
lelng in full accord
with Mr. Hares.
D I t
iM-jrinuiog to find out
uuk m a fight against Hayes
ln at ( .
w iuo oouuiera question he
wouiu not tare much of a foiinuHnn.
aad that In the long run he would be the
loser, u is said Blaine Is closelv warei,
ing the Republican press, and unless It
comes out more pronounced in Its op
-. , ,u urcruy cagt uis yote
kiu iue admission of the bemm.rfi
senators from Louisiana and South faro
lna, and not make a hard fight against
TO at war ha liun ,im.. i
between Russia and Turkey.'it will be of
Interest to know the relative str3ngth of
the contending armies. The strength ot
the i Russian army on a war looting U as
follows: Officers for active service in the
regular army, 21,557 ; tor resei ves, 3,522;
lor depots, e.COS; lor local troops, 12,773.
Total officers, 4 1,477. Soldiers for
wtlve service in the regular army,
M3.4M; or reserves, 171.789 ; for
depots, 273,182; local troops.
3jO,sC. Total soldiers, 1,041,320, Xon
cotnbatanu, 195,14?; liorses, 210,833;
guns, 2.G0C Toul number ot iuen la reg.
ular army, 1,80,054. Under the present
organization the Turks can bring into
active servioe the following forces : Ac
tive army 303,700; first reserye, 103,000.
3I.0W, Ulyade, thud reserve, 120 000
total regular ,rmy, 4S6100.
Uoor.W,(i00;auxUlary troops, 80,000;
total war strength, C10.100.
Ohio HaPICau are not pleased with
the president' Southern policy, and the
leaders of tbe party In and about Colum.
bus arebaapinrall manner of eoudeui.
nation on Ut. Hayes' head. Many of
tbe old-time party workers are despon
dent and gloomy; and men wuo only
lew months ago spent money and sweat
la their elort to elect llayei s re bow de-
nounclng him openly and forcibly.
Fully two-thirds of lira Republican
members of the legislature are opposed
to the policy Mr. Hayes has Inaugurated
toward the South. Indeed tho revolt
against the president has created a wide
breach, among O Mo Republican, and
the more thoughtful of the leaders of the
party arc great'y concerned lest the dis-
.flection which now prevail In tneirranhs
may result in their defeat at the polls
next fall. The Republican majority in
Ohio has dwindled down uutil
it is now very small, "!
it they should be defeated next lull they
will loose the governor and legislature,
aud as a consequence a United States
senator. The Republicans of Ohio can
not aflord to be divided. Even united
their majority in the state Is Very small,
and liable to bo wiped out at any time.
Ohio is gradually but surely drilting into
the sisterhood of Democratic states
in 1S03 the Republicans carried
the state by over sixty thousand major
ity, but year after year their majority has
been reduced until In 1877 they carried
the state by less than seven thousand,
and this too with an Ohio man at the
head of the ticket for the presidency. If
the Democrats ot Ohio are wise and work
together they will undoubtedly carry the
state next fall.
RUSSIA AND TURKEY.
Tiirher Irolt Aaratinat nlin
flirt Tfre Movement mil Trim.
CoxsTAXTixori-E, April 25. Skirmish
ing Is reported near Kar's.
THE J-ORTE'S REl'LY.
Safva Pasha'ln reply to the manifesto of
the czar has sunt a long circular dispatch
to the great powers. It protests against
the declaration ot war, pointing ouo iue
eflorts of Turkey to Improve the posi
tion of christians and satisfy the demand
of the powers.- In the absence therefore
of any provocation ou the part ot Tur
key, Salva 1'asha declares the porte is at
a loss to understand Russia's attack and
consequently appeals to the treaty of
peace and mediation of the guaranteeing
... m . . ... il.i r 1
Hie Auntisu papers state mat nute
man Pasha has passed through the Duga
defile alter repulsing the Montenegrins
and is now marching to Nicsie.
Loxdov. April 25. A Vienna dis
patch says it is reported that contracts
made by Russians in Rouraauia do not
indicate any Intention on the part ot Rus
sia to send tne whole army immediately
to Dauube, but show it is impossioie.
An opportunity for negotiations Detween
Russia's llrst ovari act in crossing tne
Pruth and her llnal attempt to lorce the
Dassasre of the Danube win be given tne
ON THE ASIATIC SIDE.
A teletrram from Constantinople says
the Russians have crossed the frontier of
Asiatic Turkey at Alexandrople on the
road to Kars. ISO hope is entertained In
Constantinople that mediation of the
powers will be successful at the present
A Bucharest correspondent says : A
telegram from the Austrian consul an
nounces that 12,000 uussians have occu
pied tialatz and liruila, securing an im
portaut railway bridge.
ooo MinBians occupied the railroad bridge
Bi;iiarDascin. i p to yesterday evening
ou.uou Russians had entered Roumanian
terltory. The Roumanian army has
retired irom tho Danube Into the inte
rior, where it Is divided into two bodies.
one at Bucharest and the other at Krarr-
ujava. I he inhabitants on both banks of
the Danube are Ileemg en masse into the
interior oi itoumania.
As soon as the Russians arrived at.
Earboschi the Roumanian troops retired
THE TURKISH CHAMBER.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Alril 25. In til
chamber ot deputies to-day several
Christian members protested against Rus
sia's assertion that she declared war fnr
tne protection of Christians in Turkey.
They declared they did not desire the
protection Of Russia. Christinas were
ready to take part in the detense of
THE THREE EMPEIIOIW' ALLIANCE.
JUERUjf. Anr I 25. The North f:,r,n
Gazette says the firm basin ot th alii
oi tne three emperors tor the oeace ot ihn
continent is not shaken even now. It
win now nave to stand the real tout nf
localizing tne conflict, which might oth
erwise assume the character of a general
1 ucre is a coincidence. Whi.-h will h
remarked, in me c rcumstnncB timt
iue uay wnen tne greatest republic on
earth puts the tiuishing touch uimn in
I. .1 A . V
ciuuissensions, giving tbe world the
assurance of a iree government, the
greatest uespousutg oi ancient and mn.i
" " "- euttajfe in ueadiy uattle over a
ijucbliuu ower man civilization Itself.
me uiauiiniu ui tne izaris concur
rent wiui me order of tbe l'r.si.i..i,r
an 1 - . - . ... - -.--.4v,
quiet on tho Jiiiishis Did. All
lumeuii-ui uu me uauuoe.
a ne ur s mannesto ccrta ulv inaL-
vui, a kuou case lor ItUSSla. i hu TurL-o
treated the Christiana unktixiu- ah
the powers conferred about it and askp.i
certain guarantees. Turker dviin.i
accede to any proposition." Tim tf,.
ence ended in accompiUhinir nofi.inu-
Ihe Turks are still here, an !,-.
SU! .f1111 thtrc auJ lLtt assurance
that alt the powers abkedare still retused.
Ihe good aud great Alexander can not
stand py aud see such things going on
without doing soniethiner "ti, 1....
one thing left for him to do, and that
thing he has done in these words:
tUuig the iUtunnib Uud upon our vaU
Tim i-V lne,n tne order to crot$
Turkuh frontr." What the C7r
says in HI. uiauifesto Is th. in.ui
queue of what the other powers did.
There Is every likelihood that the war
thus Inaugurated will become Veueral
ultimately involving England and Aus
tria with Turkey on the tne lde,aain
Russia and (;. rmBn .1 . . rr 6
w,.,ii,i u .7." :r.-"-'L."' ,V'.a ulut'f cine
cMtfane m a con; t ot this sort. But
v..c.c .ic many norae loroea which will
litical faction, for one thinw
.-. .., ,. iue umyor aomest hi
pressed state of the uianufacturinr inter-
ur a llilrd. Aa tAr
Austria, the 8raphy wu deU m ne
her status. Sha could not keep "? ,
khe would; thpush. aa the matter u Ji
he cannot. There are connectlonl a!
we " IJeritiflcatiom between Ikrlin
od bt. l'eter.burg which will Jcarry the
looU. the war will tajootue iWeral i
hut at least a year, If not gr ter et.K
pit Uine. France will stand aside I it;,
Colonel beller., she wlU Muaf reach ott
her hand and "scoop 'era Tu."
Of course this gtttf eveilt wn, .
tM already had,, decided efht upon
Ataertcautntere.u of ertry wrt. It wUl
give tie a summer of unusual activity.
Il will advance all our securities. It
will run up our productions. It will re
store us our lost carrying trade on the
oceans. . It will stimulate our Industries.
It will send home to us some of our ex
ported cold. It will help us back to
specie payments through a dozen chan
nels. Attended by ieacr, by mutual
confidence among ourselves, it will give
us an Impetus we have not Had lor many
Thus goes the world. A little while
ago we were all agog. Now the boot is
on tho other leg, and Kurope is precipi
tated into war. it is, indeed, an Hi
w ind that blows good to nobody.
The Illinois Cenlrnl Fnnd ;in Onager.
Springfield State Register.
The fund which the Illinois Central
railroad semi-annually pays into the state
treasury is the result ot the most sagaci
ous statemanship evi-r exercised on be
half of this state, tills lund represents
7 per cent, ot the gross earnings of the
road, and as shown by the figures recent
ly published in tne H'guttr, yearly DC
comes of more importance. Several at
tempts ot more or less vigor have been
made to divert this fund or to relieve the
company from its payment, but, in 1SG2,
a provision was placed in the constitu
tion, as submitted to the people, to the
effect that the company should never be
released lroui the payment provided by
the charter, and that no part of the fund
should ever be diverted. This constitu
tion w as not adopted by the people, but
a like provision was Inserted In the pres
- It is appareut, therefore, that this fund
has always been an object ot special care
by the state, as to its payment and as to
its disposition, but it does not appear
that any provision has been made where
by the Illinois Central railroad company
shall be prevented irom reducing its gross
earnings, and thereby reducing the
amount of the fund. Hut if the informa
tion in the possession of the Reyisttr be
correct, there is danger that the late op
erations of the company may produce
this very result. The Illinois Central
railroad company has recently leased
the old Mississippi, T-'ackson and ew
Orleans railroad, which runs from a
point opposite Cairo to New Orleans, and
has formed a new company called the
Xew Orleans, St. Louis and Chicago I ail
road company. About $0,000,000 of the
bonds ot tliis new company have been
endorsed by the Central company, and
tho whole line is to be operated under
tho direction of J. S. Osborn, president
of tho Central company. It is quite ap
parent, therefore, that in making the di
vision of earnings between the old line
and the leased lines the gross earnings of
the Central company may be so reduced
as to bring the seven per ce nt. fund down
to a very small tract on of what has
heretofore been paid. The matter Is of
great importance to the whole people ot
the state, and the general pssembly and
the railroad board should give u tneir
llayen on Binlne.
WASUiNGTOX.April 21. The president
does not appear to be very much con
cerned about the rebellion in the Repub
lican ranks to be led by liiaine. in a
MCAnt conversation with , a lriend he
said that the threats ot Blaine, Ben
Wuclfi and other extreme Kepuuncans to
antagonize the Southern policy amounted
to nothlnz. The president said no saw
no reason for uneasiness on that score.
Hn did not see how these gentlemen
were eoinir to irive practical lorcj and
effect to their opposition. They could
could not do so by thwarting any per
sonal plans or prospects of his own, be
cause he had none of them to thwart,
They could not do it by
DEFEATING Uli .NOMINA! n:a
confirmation he had any Interest beyend
that inspired by his general views as to
good of the public service. He did not
see that they could do anything beyond
denounce his policy in speeches. Even
if they cculd find a majority In the senate
opposed to his southern policy, the senate
could not undo what bad been done, it
could r.ot restore troops to the state
houses, nor could it rehabilitate the irov
ernments which have vanished as soon as
the federal troops wero withdrawn from
their support. To a suggestion that the
SEAT KEI.LOfiG AS SENATOR
From Louisiaua. the president's reply
was that that would be the senate's utluir
and not his. The senate was the judge
ot the qualilications ot its own members.
The general tenor ot the president's ob
servations on the subject ot Kellogrg's
contest were to the effect that he had no
personal interest in the matter and did
not see how the seating of Kellogsr could
disturo the even tenor ot bis administra
tive policy. It could not, at the worst, be
regarded as a reversal of any decision of
his as to who was the legal governor or
which the rightful government in Loui
iana, because he had done nothing but
withdraw federal interference, leavimr
iue government 01 the state to ad ust
Itself according to the ruling sentiment
01 its people.
THE EASTERN WAR.
liilnk About Ji.
ASUISUTO.V. ADril 23 Intervir.u a
wun tne various reDresentatiea t thiu
city of loreign governments to-day de-
eiopea the tact that while they probably
know but little more with reierence to
the impending hostilities In Kurope than
they gather from the dally papers, they
are all well satisfied the war w ill bo i,t
tremendous magnitude, greater than
anv one of the modern times,
lion. Geo. II.BoLer. formerir mini.
ter at Constantinople, and at Dresent
minister to Uussia, arrived in Washing
ton last night and made bis ceremonial call
on the secretary of state to-day. Mr.iioker
says that the '1 urks have been preparing
fr two years for war, as has Russia also.
1 ho struggle w ill be a prolonged and
bitter one, In which Austria will un
doubtedly bo involved at a very early
date. The Turks are thoroughly arml
with American rifles of th infest im
Takes the keen Interest of an old soldier
lu war, and has a maguilicent map of the
theatre of war, sent to him from Vienna,
mounted at his room at the war lllce.
ne anticipates a ereat bati In tha npt
sixty days, to be preceded by a number
of aflairs of considerable magnitude at-
IL'n,,art. "P the pansaife ot the Danube
uy "e ''Uian. Tho crand
irraiwl artule udll
he thir.k. encruire at least an rim mn nn
each side. He sars the Utissian iiiia
great w isdora in proiioslnjf to pay for all
supplies procured in Moldavia or Walla
fhia in tfold whereby they will Induce
the farmers to continue to plaat. Tbe
usual course will probably drive them
into the ranks of the Turkish army.
. ;fCTt"7, Fish Is of the opinion
that the war will he prolonged, and will
eventually Involve all Kuropean powers
of first Importance.
Wiser la lb Differ-,
i..l"'r?are.tW0 esaesof newspaper!
t at refuse to cxpreas joy at the restora-
i Ji 1 PS0? ln ft0"1"'"". One of them
It the Cincinnati ;,iyMi. which an
Han to think Mr. aire, hu f&agj
the Democratic party out oi a grievance.
"In withdrawing these troops he has
done nothing which ho had not been
practically ordered to do by tbe Demo
cratic houpe ot representatives. Is that
a foundation on which ho can erect a
great partyr" . . , -
Tho Gazette ot the same city, which is
a Hayes paper, sees iu the Louisiana
settlement only the t let that it makes an
other state Democratic, and says, coldly:
"We suppose the immediate rcsnltwlll
lc the retirement of Mr. Packard from
the contest. This is not what Republi
cans would have desired, hut it is the re
sult ot the president's non interference
Gov. Iltilrrn MIIh.
A special dispatch, dated Houston,
Texas, April 22d, says : The sensation
here to-night Is tho sudden disappear
ance of Gov, Henderson and daughter.
The Houston reporter of the .Vetrs called
at the family residence tonight and
learned that the governor and daughter,
Miss Sophia, aged 17, lelt at 0 p. ni. jes
terday for a short ride, Intending to re
turn one hour after. They have not been
heard from since. His son Frank, with
thirty mounted men, are now scouring
the country in all directions, and all per
sons wishing to join the search are to
.ncet at the sheriff's ollice in the morn
ing. When last seen Gov. Henderson
and buggy were coming towards the city
at S o'clock last night.
REMOVAL OF THE SI01 X.
Washington, April 25. Gen. Sheri
dan has telegraphed here that the Moux
now at Red Cloud and Spotted-Tail
agencies cannot be removed to the res
ervation provided for them before 1st of
June as ordered from here. They will
be removed as soou as possible, how
ever, and all ot them, it is thought, will
be on the reservation before the 4th of
July. The reservation to which they
are to be taken is in the southeast corner
ot Dakotah, just across the Nebraska
line, and oi course a long distance from
the Black Hills country. There are In
all about 10,000 persons or 1,000 lodges to
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Si. fi,! cu1"rt'""'i' I Cairo at lh April
wh"h nmei'.r.'1 M,""U " April neat. "at
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Uated titu iAJ day uf Kcliruary. A. I'. 177
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Punurt W. Cook Is hereby notified that
Jacob 8. Mem II, On tin 1Mb day ol Ier em
ber, A. !., 1870, sued out Ci tbe circuit
eaurt of Alexender county, 8tU of Illinois,
a writ of attachment against htm, the said
Naniuel AV. Cook and his eMato, for tbe
sum of one hundred and ten dollars (?110.
00), which said writ has ben returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estate, and is now
pending before said ceurt. Now unless the
Kiunuel W. Cook shall appear, Rive ball
and plead within the time limited lor hi ap
pearand in such case, ),,dirmnt will be
entered and Ihe estate n attached w ill bo
sold. .lull N A. UKKVE, Circuit Clerk.
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