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W. r. Scbdciim, Editor and Publlahcr.
raciun sun cohvenhoh.
The democracy of the several counties
f tho state of Illinois era requested io
tend delegates to state convention to be
held at Springfield, Illinois, THURSDAY,
the DAY OF APEIL,li78.. at M
o'clock at., for the purpose of nominating
M oandldate for the office ot aUte treas
nrer, end one cndidte for the office of
state superintendent of public Instruction
Md to transact iiich other buiineee as may
com before it. The several countiei are
entitled to tbe following rcpreiientation,
bMd npoa the vote lor government io
Vote for Stew-No.
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CYIIUS II. McfOBMICK,
Tbe committee unanimously recornend to
the democracy of the northern grunddivl-
ion and second appellate district, that
they hold their convention, for the pur
noaa of nomlnatlnc clerk of the BUrprama
and PDllate courU, for said division and
dittrlct, at Jollet, on Thursday, April 18,
And lor tbe central grnd division and
bird appellate district, tbut M e delegate
appointed from said division and district,
to the state convention, to meet lu conven
tion at Springfield, on the day said state
convention is held, at 10 a. in., for the pur
pose ot nominating clerks ot the surpreme
and appellate courts lor said division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth appellate dltUiut, that they hold
tbeir convention at Centralis, Thursday,
May 10, 1678, for the purpose of nomina
ting clerks of tbe surpreme and appellate
courts, lor said division and district;
Tbe ratio of representation in said con
ventions to be ths same as in the state con
Thos. Shikuey, Secretary,
C. II. McCormick, C. 1). Holies,
J. B. Mann. W. K. Murphy,
A. P. UoouarJ, It. F. Burgou.
1. R. E, Godell, 11. J. M. Bush,
. Thoa E.C'ourtney, 12. tt. P hhuinay,
. Thomas Nbirlcy, 13. J. A. Mallorv,
4. Uicbard Bishop, 14. John W. bmlth,
6. F. U. Maisb, ir. W. Cocbrane,
t. .. H. Drake, 10. L. h. l'araon.,
7. W. . Steele. 17. H. O. Gi-rke,
.J.Uuff IK. T. Houtnn.
H. W. T. Davidson, 19. S. I. Landes,
10. (ieorge Edmunds.
Democratic County Convention.
A mass convention of the Democratic
voters of Alexander county, will be held
at the court house, in this city, on Satur
day, March 30tti, next, at 2 o'clock p.m.,
for Uw purpose el electing three dele
gates to the state convention to be held
at Springfield on April 11th, next; and
three delegates to tbe district convention
to be beld at Centralla on May 10th, next.
; Tbos. W. Haluday, Chairman.
Cairo. Ills.. March 7. 1878.
FOft am SLTHEHB COURT, S. 0. 1)
we are autbaiised to announce R. a. 1). WIL-
II AN 8, of Vf nahiajrton Owinty, a a unSldate
ff Uerk of tbe Supreme Court, Houihfm (irand
' nlriaioa, llliBob. aub.let to the deion of Ilia
liaaaaaniia noaainatiaf nmniittee, to be held
at iMnalia, May lth,ls7s. t-.nu
ffOB CU1I Of THK APPKI.LATS COVKT
' ' PvUBTrl PltTICT, ILLINUIS.
.r in authorised to aanouaoe HARDIN
CAIS of Uarlyle, Cllatna eoaoty, at a candidate
ITelert ef Um Appellate ooun. faurth diitrict,
UDjeet to inenecmonor ine uomorraiic
uwielloa called to meet at Centralis, May liilb,
W are authorised io annouaoe W. C. La.
OSUIU M iaoissn vouniy, as a eaodiaate
4r aHief tM. AapalUia Court, fcurtk dbtnot,
y J.X.0Sm iaTtae decision ef Ike V?,
ie esJied fe mfret
.r- tr ,ltl m tl
tarn buivu wuvv ..... -
bout April lSth-providml tbat It nicoU
fc U. I
appearance in wcetern ciues. ine sun i
treasury at Chicago has revived fifteen
thousand of them.
Tub pvpe, it la announced, wm noia a
iL. ucik l.ni II ...Ml Aa. I
wjn1Biorj m hic im ".. .
Iirer an allocution ana proclaim me re-
establishment of tbe Scotch Ileirarchy,
confirming the bishop appointed by
11 US IAi 1 i '
Don't rulp your health, besides make
your self disagreeable to other pooplo by
your continued coughing. A twenty-
five cent bottle ot Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup will cure yoy . At all druggists.
Tub Springfield (Illinois) Journal says:
"The rector of St. fauri church has
ust received a letter from the presiding
bishop, dated New York, Jlarch 16, 187S,
announcing the tact that a majority of
the bishop have consented to Dr. aey
mour's consecration. The time and place
of tbe consecration will be indicated at
an early day, should the bishop elect ac
Dkmociuts io all parts of Alexander
county should bear lu mind that a mass
convention for the purpose ot selecting
rht-AA Heitunto ) ataio convention
to be held at "Springfield on April 11th,
and on equal number to attend the judl
cat convention to meet an centralla on
May 10th, will be held at the court house
In Cairo on the 30th tnst., which is one
week from next Saturday. It is hoped
that every precinct in tbe county will be
CoL.McKEAta of this city is looming
up an a radical candidate for congress.
However, if the colonel receives the
nomination it will be because it is forced
upon him. lie is a modest man and
seldom seeks any thing but what he gets
It. But wo don't believe tbe colonel is
seeking the nomination, and we believe
further, that he Is not particularly anx
ious to have It thrust upon him. lie is
one of the sort of men who hold that a
"bird In hand is worth two in the bush,"
and we doubt very much whether lie
would be willing to give up his present
position for so uncertain a matter as the
radical nomination tor congress.
Thk squabble for the republican nomi
nation for congress in this district will
be a lively one. Candidates are numer
ous f very county in tbe district having
at least ono, and some of them two or
three. Among (he new names mention
ed in connection with the nomination
are Judge Layman of Jackson county,
George Mertz ot PulasKi, and Hon. John
E. Dctrlchot Randolph. Tbe friends ot
mt. ueiricn to mo number ot several
hundred have united in a call upon him
to become a candidate, and it is under
stood ho will comply with tbe
request. Jonathan C. Willis jg
also "sounding about," and it
ho finds the "conditions favorable," will
be likely to make a tight for the noininn.
tion. jur. miiis is popular aud has
friends In every pai l ot the district, and
In the event of his becoming a candidate
he will go into the convention with a
strong backing. However, at
this stage of the game,
although there are not less than
doien gentlemen who would gladly ao.
cept ttic nomination, there is a strong
probability that the contest will narrow
down to Willis and Thomas of Massao
county, Capt. Parks of 1'crry, and John
E. Dutrluhol lUndolpb, witli the chances
tui'mui rriiiidor Dltricll.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Urvieiiiii of the Tarlff-lti McGnrru
nan lalm Again Belief shut
Jdg Leount'd um FolNooeiH
Paying: Coiitriwte.ru The Bietrlct
Waiuixutox, D. C, Mirch 21, 1878.
On Frhlay next Mr. Wood's committee
will submit to the house its bill tor
REVISION Or THE TARIFF.
I believe that more iutclligcn'; labor has
been given to this revision tlwn to any
other subject of legislation fsr several
years. The diversity of intereits afleeN
ed by the measure will, ot ooutse, cause
opposition, and it may be tlia;, tor the
present, no change will be male, but
Mr. Wood Is not the less entitled to
prulse tor his efforts in tlin matter.
Our old friend
M'OARRAHAN 18 HAVING 1113 CLAIM 1 V1L.S-
by the iciiste public lands committee.
It seems to be pretty clearly established
that both McUarrahau aud bis opponent.
tne Acw laua minm; company, liavo at
various times secured the appointment ol
public officers solely for tbe influence
they could exercise In their positions
npon tbe final determination of the case,
ThUUBhownasto McGarrahan by has
own letters, and the record seems to
make it plain that the New Idiia comp
any, nas ione the same thing. '
there la considerable mvsterv about
UKATH 01' VOfSQ tKOXABlt,
member of tbe house from Louisiana. It
will be remembered that he died a few
days since at Havana, of, as was stated,
yellow fover. But there seems to have
been n yellow fever at Havana at the
time. It is iMlieved ho was poisoned.
Ue was the youngest member of the
bouse, and came originally from reiin.
sylvanla. In the house on Saturday Mr.
Qoode, of Virginia, Introduced a bill for
the relief of the heirs of President Moo.
f ATIN'O COXTRACTOHS
for carrying the mails In the south, for
service in I860 and 1801, was up again.
A new bill will be presented. Unques
tionably, most of these bills should bo
paid, and not all of them suffer bocauso
a few of them bare already been paid.
; ..v tawsAicivi o e
.' t-fs now likely that cflbgKii will give
to lb I dUlrtCt ft miXCU- Ttyiuuiu
mixed - form of government. One) eom-
..... .. J lh.
Itiunt, ana suaii ue soiocku irum i
engineer department of the army, and
one do swectca oy we nouse uu um uj
the senate. There will do a council oi
twcuty-lour perrons, to bo elected by
eucb citlzeni of the district as nave re-
... . tt .d haTe piud ,
Doli tax The council baa no power cx
th. Mta of the commis-
WEfV aVflaaW MW -
sloners. In fact, the veto power, ana
little else belougs to the council. Tbe
Mil has strono- suonort in congress, but
the average citizen dislikes it.
Mr. Hayes has approved the bill giv
Ing authority for a reopening of the
Droceedlngs ol tne court maruai wuiuu
cushlored SurgeonGeneral William A.
Hammond during the war. This Is
perhaps an act of justice to Ilammond,
but no facts have been presented .which
distinguish bis case from that ot hun
dreds el other officers who were hastily
And no doubt unfairly tried by similar
courts, or were summarily dismissed by
such officers as Butler and other civilians,
without any trial at all. The re-openlng
ot all the cases should be authorized,
whenever evidence ot Importance Is pre-
aented bv the ofllcer punished. As It Is
do department has authority to act.
When Bob Ingersoll was praislugUp
the glories ot "the plumed Knight" from
Maine, and expending his powers ot ora
tory promiscuously about the country
In support of the Republican ticket, we
heard very ,fow, If any, words oi con
demnation from any Republican source,
of either Colonel Bob, or his Infidel
"principles." But now, there is nothing
too bad to be said about him or his here
sies. Scarcely a Republican paper in tne
land, but has taken a tilt at the hero oi
the Cincinnati convention. Why Is this
thus? Colonel Bob Is no worse a man
than In 1876, and it seems like black ini
gratitude to kick him, after having no
further use for him. The "slivers
tongued orator" has evidently discover
ed that parties, like republics, may be
. The fight between the German and
Irlah elements in St. Loute on tho school
question is becoming warm, unU Uuuuie
Is apprehended. A special dispatch dated
18th says of the controversy:
The controversy Is growing intensely
bitter here over certain public school is
sues, aud questions of nutionaity and re
ligion are provoking a great deal of bad
leelimr. borne days ago an Irlsn mem
ber of the school board presented a nom
erously signed petition asking as a mats
ter of justice to a large body of taxpay
ers that the Celtic be incorporated in the
curriculum. It was laughed at as a good
okobvtbo other members, anuvoiva
down on the ground that tho shape ot
the board's nuances would not permit it,
The joke, however, became a serious one
when anotner insn memoer arose at tne
succcoding meeting and introduced a re
solution to abolish tho teaching of tier
man on the score of retrenchment. The
resolution went to a committee and there
l. ... .1... .. i.u.
waxes hot snd personal, To add to the
complication the statement is
rmde that the public school finances,
which nave been chieny managed by tho
strong Uerman element of the board, are
in such a condition as to demand the
most riid economy and the lopping ofl'
oi an luxuries in the system ot free eau
cation, 1 ben comes the announcemen t
that the Irish parochial schools, which
have accommodated some twelve thoa
sand children will mostly suspend at the
conclusion of this school year, and the
eniKjren De sent to tho public schools,
Tbe Uerman element fairly bolts at what
is olalmod to bo a strongly aggressive
movement on the part ot the Irish and
Catholics to sret control, and a scries ot
public meetings has been commenced.
The Wtitlieht Post. Carl Schurz naner.
has made Itself the organ of the Germans
and is dealing with the issues in a most
partisan manner. It threatens all who
oppose the teaching of German with the
dire consequences of the alternation ot
the German vote, and denounces tbe
Irish and Catholic? in terms which would
lead to windowsmshlng 'and broken
heads wero tho reflections paraded In
Grain in Store.
.iiiuufu eievaiors, as iter otnc ml re
turns, contain l,a,il,601 bushels of wheat;
252,223 bii-hi-ls of corn : 225.033 bushels
or oats; bushelf of rye, and 612,-
107 bushels ol barley, maklnsr a erand
total of 3.fi08,713 bushels, against 2.797.-
.Ui nusneisone week ago, and 8,572,279
bushels at this period last year.
Milwaukee warehouses are stored with
553,581 bushels of wheat; 3.GC6 bushels of
corn; di.uu bushels of oats: 97.338
bushels ot rye. and 423.975 bushels of
Aew ork and Brooklvn warehouses
contain 1,089,000 bushels of wheat: 414.
000 bushels ot corn; 1.097,000 bushels of
oats; I2,uuu Dushels of rye, and 534,C(P
bushels of barley.
Visible supply of grain in the States and
Canada on tbe 9th Instant: Wheat. H.'24im
hlishela ; com. 5.4.18.000 Tmxhola oaf.
2,005.000 bushels ; rye, 684,000 bushels ;
Exports from the leadinir seaboard
porta last week include: 64,000 barrels
of flour; 1,038.000 bushels ot wheat;
1.236.000 bushels of corn; 17,300 bushels
of oats; 100,000 bushels ot rye; 267,000
bushels of barley :10.1CO barrels ol nork:
8.800.000 pounds of lard, and 19,993,000
pounos oi Dacon.
Doctors are to guard human life and
bring relief to the sick. So does Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup; It contain? nothing
Injurious and is always reliable. To be
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City it:onl Baok Building, up.italra.
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Lata of the Bt Charles.
RATES: 12.00 FEB DAY
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promptly attended to.
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Window Glass, Putty
Paints -Ail Colors Eeadj for Ho Eri, .
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
, Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
rhe Only Ferfeot Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
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The best in Use. Patent Dome
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Manufactured by Wilson and
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Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
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Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lnt week I bouuht a 10 cent package of Waihine and done my waablng in one hall
Ue usual time at leca than half the coat ol Soap. My clothes were whiter. 1 did not
hive to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolona, and for once I waa enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. 8o ladlea try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It i
perfectly safe to uae it. MKS. A.
S and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne--0' Durnb'1"9
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fino Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
rThe Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparllla and Blood Purifier
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Sitae Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pare Imported Day Hum, Splendid-Canada Tar
' Noap- Kngllfsh and American Soap-Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Bottles or in Broken Quanti
ties a wanted at low price.
" At Barclay? Drag Storo.
The Family Safeguard
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. 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
r ads Street Oars and Hotels.
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at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Table Use -Very Cheap
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The Best Trusses, All Styles
and Hair Brushes
Blacking, Stove Blacking
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials