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W. F. Schcciim, Editor and Fubllsher.
The democracy of ths soveral oounUei
of (UU of Illlnoli are requested to
nad delegates to a state convention to be
held at 8pringflslJ, Illinois, THURSDAY,
the lira PAY OF AFBIL, 1878., t IS
o'clock M- for tho purpose of nominating
on tandldate for the offioo of tUU treas
urer, and on candidate for tbe office of
tuti superintendent of publlo Instruction
and to transact such otbtr business at nay
coma before It. Tha aavaral oountiei art
entitled to tho following representation
baaed npoi the Toto for government in
Vow for Strw- No,
art 10 Del
'.rundy - J.-f
. 'season -.
I a Salle.....
Lee .. .
Rich Land. .....
t- Clair ...
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CYKCS H. McCOBMICK,
Tha committee unanimously recomend to
the democracy of the northern grand divi.
sion and second appellate district, that
they hold their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate courts, for said division and
district, at Joliet, en Thursday, April 18,
And for tbe central grand division and
bird, appellate district, that tbe delegate
appointed from said division and district,
to the state convention, to meet in conven
tion at Springfield, on the day said state
convention is held, at 10 a. m., for tbe pur.
, posa 0( nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate courts for said division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth eppeUate district, that tbey hold
tbeir convention at Centralis, Thursday,
May It), 1878, for tbe purpose of aomlna-
ting clerks of the surpreme and appellate
oourU, tor said division and diatrUt;
The ratio of representation in said con
ventions to be the same as in tbe state con
Thos. Shirlky, Secretary.
C. B. McCormlck, C. D. Holies,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. r. Uoodard, B. Y. Burgen.
1. B. K. Oodell, 11. J. M. Bush,
2. Tbos E.Courtney, 12. H. I Khumay,
il. Tbomas Shirley , 13. 3. A. Mallorv,
- 4. Btcbard Bishop, It. Jobn W. Stnitb,
' 6. F. U. Maxsb, lft. W. Cochrane,
. J. 8. Drake, 10. L. B. I'anions,
7. W. A. fiteele. 17. U. C. Gerko,
8. J. Duff. lo. T. K. Bouton,
9. W.T.Davidson, 13. 8. Z. Landcs,
' 1U. Qaorga Edmunds.
- FOR (TURK 8UPRXHR COURT, S. 0. D.
we arc authorised to announce R. A. 1). Wit,.
DAN k, vf Waehinaiorf County, ai a candidate
for Clerk of the 8upreme Court. Houthern (iraad
Division, Illinois, subject to tbe dtciilon of the
Uestocntle aoiuiasting oommittet, to be held
at Uotralia, Hmj Uth, l7s. j j? 7a
FOR CLIBK OF THI APPELLATE COURT
' FOURTH PISTICT, ILUMOIS.
' Wa are auttioriied io annooaot W. 0. Le
CKUHK, of ESjDghsn, County, aa a eaadleate
foretorkoftha Apt-llata Crart, fourth dUtnu,
Illlnata, aubtaot ta the decialaa of tha Demo
era tie aoavMtioa oalied ts taoet at U trails,
Mayita,U7. , . j 27 7a
Hoh.W.D.KrtXET of Pennsylvania,
recently outdo a scathing review of Mr.
GartJeld'i Rntl-aHvfr apoech, delivered
Maw Urn since) in tbe htraae. lie dls
eed Oarfleld' positions, which have
Don claimed in the gold press to be In
vulnerable, and showed up their weak
net: .. '
"In reply to Mr. Garfield's assertion
that ao president or statesman had lavor
txl an mooer exocpt standard gold and
allver. Mr. Kelley aaid tnat Jeflerson
tni, Madison were exceptions to that
weeping aasertlon,' and that Alexander
lismilton bad favored a resort to green
backs under the name ot treainry notes.
He denied Mr. Garfield's assertion that
the irreenback currency was a forced loan,
and said: 'A force loan Is a debt; green
backs are money with which to pay debts.
If the gentleman's assertion liad been
made In 180 1, It would lia?e been de
nounced as the hissing of a yenomous
"Uominsf uown 10 me quvaiion oi
specie resumption, he said time witn
slxty-flve millions of gold In the treasury
witn none id me nancs oi me poopie. auu
with seven hundred millions to Ix- res
deemed, the proposition was a measure
of Insanity. It wu a proposition tne en
lorccment ot wbloh was driving the peo
ple to pauperism, to lunacy ana to suiciae,
and was creatlarfa moneyed oligarchy.
whnan weaitn comoarea witn mac oi me
body ot the people would be greater than
that oi tne money ougarcny ox jiugisQu
It seems possible, If not probable, in
the present stato of feeling against Mr.
Uayes in his own party, that a move
ment Is Imminent to attack bis title to
tbe presidency, and to force bun to ab
dloato, and that this is to bo inaugurated
by some leading Republican politicians.
Confirmatory of this opinion is the re
port lrom Washington that represent
stive men of the Republican party, even
those who have been disposed to sustain
Hayes until recently, are now outspoken
about him, not hesitating to say that TIN
den is much to bo preferred as president,
and that they will assist in any legimato
project to seat Tilden at an early day.
When it u known that the president has
scarcelv a single friend in either bouse of
congress certainly no devoted follower
of any influence whatever, it can be
realized how easily such a scheme might
find favor with ambitious lutriguers
Tbe Philadelphia Tinus, which bas beon
disposed to treat Hayes with entire fair
ness, and which .appears to state the sit
uation at Washington with impartiality,
"The intelligent observer of political
events cannoc tail to see tue iuuviwdio
diltia ot all parties toward the president,
The Democrats ot both branches of con
cress have at last been driven f rom even
tbe semblence otsympatny witn rns gen
eral policy ; the Democratic press bas
unloosed its restraints and Hays him as a
pretender: tne republican press nas
ceased to defend or apologize lor its acts;
the Independent press no longer ventures
to sustain him since no no longer bus
talus himself, and if there hi a Kepufr
lican senator, congressman or politician
of note who avows bis devotion
to the president, he is unknown
to the county. Tne meu wno
at first cowered before the omnipotence
of his honest faith when proved by
honest works, and who nave since
led him into tangled by-ways to plunge
him into dishonor, are now not only nis
toes, but they are tosday tbe chief inscrip
tion of the effort that looks to the dethro
nement of Hayes from the presidential
chair by revolutionary proceedings.
It Is this irrave trutu mat now com
mand the atten'ioo of the country and
the world. While Hayes was faittitui to
himseir, the threats of bis overthrow
were but tbe mutterings of extremists
who were without power in all organiza
tions; and had be bravely revolutionized
his policy and accepted the counsels and
sympathy of the polluted leaders of the
party, he would have commanded respect,
or support at least, from one of the great
political powers ot the nation; but he
first ofiended the leaders who had forced
him into the presidency at Incalculable
cost, and tnen turned frem blm the
hopes and 't th of those who would gladly
tne sequel is now visible to all, and it is
so logical that none can dispute Its lesson.
It exblbits a president not only without
a party, but almost literally without a
friend: aud the peril of the situation in
In tbe unmistakable tendency oi the Re
publican leaders to have blm de
nosed tTom the presidential chair
and Samuel J. Tilden installed as chief
magistrate. True, the aim is revolution.
ary ; but who Is to stay revolution when
none object to Its trults? The Demo
crats would be powerless to accomplish
It even it tney naa the numerical s'j-engtn
In both branches of congress, it there
were any to confront them in the work;
it 1a now an ooen secret that a maloritv
of the Republican senators and congress
men would gladly see the president de.
posed and Mr. Tilden inaugurated, u it
can be done with the lalntest color ot
regularity. They regan Hayes as hav
ing made bis naa title a stencn in tne
nostrils ot those wbo were forgetful of
law and Justice in having mm declared
elected, and tney Dencve mat Republican
ism mmtdieot dry rot under nis rule,
while it could be rallied for success in
1880 it Mr. Tilden had half a term to 11
lustrate a Democratic restoration. Thus
tempted, will the Democracy resist the
opportunity to put Mr. Tilden In the
presidency r It mar school itself in pa
tience, aud compel Republicans to go
into the battle of 1880, with the Hayes
millstone on their necks, but it Is not the
natural bent of the average Democrat;
and unless Haves shall resolve upon a
positive policy and bravely pursue it, his
overthrow will certainly be among tbe
possible events 01 me next year."
.. There are but two paths for Hayes to
take which will place him out ot reach
of this danger. One la to put himself
sqnarely with tbe old ring of corruo'
tionlsts who ruled the party under Grant
dispense the offices as they dictate, and
run tho party in the old machine wsy.
2he other course is to honestly do his
duty regardless of Jobn Sherman com-.
binatlons and the clamor of returning
board sympathizers, and determiuo to
live up to bis public declarations of gov
ernment policy; to his otten repeated
promises ot Justice to all sections, regard
for law, and reform in the departments.
From Mr, Hayes' jrccont course it Is
idle to expect him to take the part of
honesty in his administration and hence
we may look for his speedy transfer to
the possession ot the ultra faction of his
party, which would, no doubt, promptly
guarantee to protect him in power, In
consideration ot a share ot the publlo
patronago in return. Khould be hesitate
too long, the impatient ones may make
tbe threatened assault and then it would
be too late, Mr. naves must decide
and decide quickly too, which path to
pursue, and unfortunately lor blm both
earbeset with many thorns, aud embeN
llshed with few rosea. A retribution
conl roots lilin, whichever way he t iirns.
li is the only medleine i would give
to my baby, a mother said, speaking ot
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. At all drug
stores, ST cents.
Coniumiiiom may bo prevented by
checking a cough or cold In time, and
nothing equals Dr. Bull's cough Syrup
for throat and lung affections. 35 cents,
Democratic County. Convention.
A tnau convention of the Democratic
yotors of Alexander county, will bo hold
at the court house, In this city, on Saturs
day, March 30tbi next, at 2 o'clock p.m.',
for the purpose ot electing three dele
gates to the sUto convention to be held
atSpriiigtieldon April 11th, next; and
three delegates to the district convention
to be held at Centralla on May 16th, next
Thos. W. Halliday, Chairman.
Cairo, Ills., March 7, 1878. ,
At the meetings ot the subcommittee
oi the house committee on Mlsslsslprl
levees on tbo Gibson bill for a commis
sion, which bill Is to have embodied in it
the provision of Senator Cockicll's bill
all of the members were In favor ot the
bill witu tho exception of Casey Young
of Memphis. Young was at first in favor
of tbe bill, but now opposes it because it
does not stipulate that the five members
of the commission shall bo taken from
the engineer corps ot tho army. The
sub-committee consists ot Robertson ot
Louisiana, Hatcher ot Missouri, Young
and Robinson of Massachuootto. All
other propositions before tbe committee
have been laid aside In favor ot tbe Gib
THE SILVER COMMISSION'.
At the cabinet meeting Tuesday, Sec-1
retary Evarts laid before the members his
letter to foreign powers regarding a
monetary commission as provided in the
silver bill. The letter merely states the
cause ot its being written and asks for
co-operation. It will bo given to the
public to morrow.
Grain in Storo.
Chicago elevators, as per official re
turns, contain 1,395,454 bushels ot wheat;
337,191 biiRtieis of corn ; 233,659 bushels
ot outs ; 170,625 bushels of rye, and 660,
878 bushels ol barley, making a grand
total of 2.797,707 bushels, against 2.741
009 bushels one week ago, and 8,550,806
bushels at this period la-t year.
Vessels in the harbor contain 258,229
bushels of wheat, 400,329 bushels of corn
and 155,942 bushels ol outs.
Milwaukee wart-houses contain
270 bushels of wheat ; 5,774 bushels of
corn ;, 31,417 bushels of oats; .96,392
bushels ot rye, and 433,719 bushels of
New i ort and Brooklyn warehouses
arustored with: Vheat,,6tO,000 bushels;
corn, 421,000 bu-lie.!-: o-its, 1 ,100.(560
bushels; rye, 114,000 bushels; and mult,
Grain in sigbt In tbe btates and Can
ada on the 2d instant: Wheat, 8,643,000
bushels ; corn, 5,332,000 bushels ; oats,
2,846,000 bushels ; rye, 020,000 bushels ;
barley, 3,473.000 bushels.
Exports from tne leading seaboard
port last week include: 74,000 barrels
ot flour; 1,042.000 bushels of wheat;
1.422,000 bushels of corn; 25,400 bushels
of oats ; 23,000 bushels ot rye; 62,000
bushels of barley ; 5.900 barrels ot pork;
10,877,000 pounds of lard, and 15,437,000
pounds ot bacon.
s Ague Cure,
Tot Fever and Ague, Intermittert
Tevcr, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever,
lie, find indeed all tho affoctiona which
nriso from malarious, marsh, or tuias
This in a comounil remedy, prepared with
i ii titilln okill from vegetable Ingreillruts, wlili h
rnn-ly falls to cure Hip severest rami of Chilli
and I-rer and the concomitant disorders, bucb
a remedy the neceiwllics of thv people In m:ilari
om Utri t demand. Itn ret miperlorlty over
any other inedieine yet discovered for the cure
of Iiterniiltents Is, thnt it contains no quinine or
mim r.l, mid Uumu who take. It are free from
rhntiiT of quinism or nny injurious i-fleeU, and
nr- ill healthy nfter utnK It as before. It has
leeii itcnH:vny employed during the hmt thirty
years In the treatment of thene ditreiwlng dls.
orders, and so unvarying bas been Its sn-ccss
tluit it has gained the reputation of being Infalli
ble. It can, bo safely recouniicndvd ss a suro
remedy sin) specUlc fur the Fever and Ague of
the West, and tho Chills anil Fever of tho
Stnth, which, onco broken lip by It, do not
return mull the illmase Is again contracted.
The ureal vsrlety of disorders which arise
IV. .i.i Km Iriliatlon of this jiolwin, sueh us Knu
rHlKlrt, Itlieumatlsin, Gout, Headache,
Itlludiirs,, Toothache, Earache, da.
tart'li, Asthma, Palpitation, Hplenie
Amnion. Hysterics, Pali, In the Bow
els, Colic, rnr-.ljrs.lH, and derangement of
the HloniKcli, 1,11 of Tvhfch become Interuilltrnt
or periodical, bavo no rpreilk-r remedy than
Avr.ii-. A hit. fitiE, which cures them nil alike,
. and proeri the system from future attacks. As
a preventive, It li of Immense service in tlioso
roimii'iiiitics where Fever and Ajpin prevails,
as It stays the development of the dHensu If taken
on the llrst approach of the premonitory symje
t. ins. Triivrllers nud temporary residents are
thus ciublcd to defy Uieso disorders, and few
will ever suffer if they avail thenwulves of tho
piotittlon this remedy affords.
r'nr Mver Complaints, arising fmm
til i'Mity, it is an excellent remedy ; It stimulates
-ajun into heuhliy activity, and produces
m -re. tt-uxrkable cures whero other inidnines
fibred by Dr. J, C.'Ayer&Co,,
nil A rial l,. 1,1 rtientM i,
oil:., ,v iss.
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View of Marriage !
A Outde te WetnTo and
lamniuMiui Trrstits on the
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fr A ft Djp"8 mU ot Reproduction sad
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'BW OKLEAN8, FeD'y 22, 18 i.
To Contractors :
Sealad proposals are invited until lutn
March for tbe grading ot the (3) miles of
railroad extending from Fllmore, Ken
tucky, up the east bank of the Ohio river
to a poiut oppo-ite Cairo, Illinois. This
work extends for two (2) miles through
cleared lands, and one mile through timber
already cleared tor a width of (100) one
hundred feet. Tbe embankment will av
erage about (9) nine feet in height, the ma
terial for which will be obtained entirely
from tbe east side, and oan be handled sue
tessfully with wagons, carts, scrapers or
barrows. Three thousand feet of this em
bankment, of an an average height of (7)
seven feet, will be graded for at least (3)
three tracks, and will have a top width of
(40) forty feet, the whole ot which Is
through cleared land. This Is a desirable
piece of work and well worthy tbe atten
tion of and examination by contractors.
The work wiu be commenced tne first
(1st) of April, next, and must be completed
by the 1st of July foUowlnir. Monthly es
timates, payable in cash, will be made as
the work progresses, and the usual twenty
per cent, retained to insure completion oi
contract. A profile of the line, and speci
fications lor the work may be seen, and de
sired information obtained at tbe office ol
tbe company's agent, Jno. B. McKay, Fil
mas should ne aaaressea to J. it. jisnn,
Division Superintendent, Jackson, Ten
nessae. The bids will be onened and contracts
awarded on 12th March, at Jackson, Tenn.
The connanv reserves tbe right to re
ject any or all bids.
JAS. C. CltAUKK,
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Louis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
VILJuE FAST LINE
a,rrivin-rl n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, 8:2.1, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
Or AJTT OTfllE BOUTK.
1-yOJp. m. Fast Mail with sleepers attach
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in Ht. Louis at UUiO a.m. Chi
c.atro at 40 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Etringham tor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
fAHsengers by this lins go through to
the Ease : without any delay caused by
The 8A.TU11DAY. AFTERNOON THAIS
i .FROM CAIItO AKKIVKS IN NKW
1'OItK MONDAY MOBJSINU,
AT lOiti. ,
30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTUEtl HOUTB.
AdvertisemenU of competlnc lines that
they make better time than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mislead the public.
For through tickets and information,
trply at Illinois Central B. K. Depot, . airo.
traiks aaniva ar oaiso
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J AS. JOHNSON, -
Qon'l HouthernAgt !
.1. 11. .lONts. Ticket Atrt
SCHOOL TEACHERS: 1SZZ
v tr salary by devoting a very small portion ot
your leisure time to my Interest. 1 lo not a
1et you to canvass for my celebrated Beatty's
'lanos and Organs unless you see at to ; but tbe
service 1 reqiTre of you is both pleasant and
prontable. tlill particulars tree. Address .
DANIEL V, BJCATTT, Washington, N. J.
.' Ill (11,1 lun.
SION OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
And At '
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
, Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-Jill oki-SsaJj for
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
The El trin Kerosene Can
The Only Perreot uan in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best In Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
'si i. '.t
Manufactured by Wilson ana iz-;:m:,v)rji $wtm v
. A.... W. ..SI .A 4I.I. r-U. mWmi&'iP
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeGinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lat week I bought a 10 cent package of Wasbine and done my washing in one iisll
the usual time at lets than half the coet of Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub tbem, and it did not shrink my woolons, aud for once I was enabled to get s
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It i
perfectly safe to use It. . . MRS. A.
6 and 10 oent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' S&SSg?
German Syrup and August Flower,
, Homeopathic Medicines.
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
v The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Matoriala
Fro nob, English and Amorioan Forfumery
.All Kinds of Almanacs Freo to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
' The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
'' r a
. ' Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic. Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubbor Clotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopos, Pons and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, andStovo Polish
Pure Imported Hay Jtuiii, Npleiidld-Cniifisln Tnr
Noap- Engl Ink and Amor Iran Noapfv Flue lui
' ported llandkerehief Extract In orlRl
nal Bottle or In Ilrokoit quoiitl
ties ai wanted at low prleeu.
Mvm Yotar Brans
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
th W, '.
Lad Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, : Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
ra ds Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
At Barclays' Drbg Biore.