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( W. F. SQHPCKBMt Editor and Publisher.
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The democracy of tbe several eounUei
f tka state ol Illinois ere requested to
end (Ulntt to etata contention to be
fcaM at 8priogflW, Illinois, THURSDAY,
the Utt DAT OF APRIL, 1878, at 13
o'clock at., for the purpoM of nominating
on eandldata lor the office ot state treas
' war, ami one candidate for the office of
tilt superintendent of public Instruction
and to transact such other business aa may
one Mora It The several counties are
"r UUe4 I the following representation,
"bate po the vot for government In
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, cyrus h. Mccormick,
.! ' ' ' Chairman.
The committee unanimously recomend to
the democracy of tbe northern grand divi
sion and second appellate district, that
they hold their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerks ot the surpreme
and appellate eourta, for said division and
district, at Jollet, on Thursday, April 18,
And for the central grand division and
fclrd appellate cistrict that ifce delegate
appointed from said division and district,
to the state convention, to meet In conven
tion at Springfield, on the day said state
oavention Is held, at 10 a. m., for tbe pur
pose Of nominating clerks of the surpreme
' . .1 . ..14 .1 ! ! a.a.4
ana appeuaw oui iu umuu auu
'And for the southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that tbey hold
their convention at Centralis, Thursday,
May It, ltTd, for the purpose ot nomina
ting clerks of the surpreme and appellate
teurta, for said division and district;
The ratio of representation in said con
ventions to be the earns as In the state con
Taio. 8hdu.it, Secretary.
U. i ' ' AT LA.3QS.
a B. MoCormick, C. D. Holies,
J. B. JUnn, W. K. Murphy,
A. p, ttoodard, fi.F. fiurgen.
1. B. B. Oodell, H. J. v. Bush,
t. Thoe B Courtney, 12. H. P thumay,
I. Thomas Shirley. 18. J. A. Mallorr.
4. Richard Bishop, 14. John W. Smith,
i t. r. h. i
. aaaisn, in. w.uocnrane,
Drake, 16. h. B Panons,
IS. T. '. Bouton,
I Iff. T. Devldson, 19. 8. Z. Laodes,
Dc9Cirttie County Convention.
A maasooDTentlon of the Democratic
Mtarebl klexander county, will be held
At tbe eoott bouse. In this city, on Satuis
day. Mbtu 80th, next, at 2 o'clock p.m
iejSjf tjk pnrpoee ! electing three dele
gatee to M slte convention to be held
CtCprlagfald on April 11th, next; and
t&fw4elfaW.lo tbe district convention
ta bebeld at Centralla on May 10th, next.
"Tso. If. Hallidat, Chairman.
ilro. Ills., March 7. 1878.
' yot aiMXt ttTPUTM cocbt, a. o. t.
. a. af Waakiairtoa Cuaniy, at a aandidate
T SS IkTaapame UwrtV Bonthera Uraad
aaairtiac eonamllua, to be Held
ciri w m attillam coubt
i 1 CVrm PISTICT, IU4H01S.
I rr a- aaaonaee UASDIX
! 'If I AUiaoeeBtr,aa a candidate
iff A"MlaSS court, feurta di.trlcl,
' a- Mt4faocbloaot laa Democratic
e eatled St aaeat at OtafaUa, May IfS,
a'Ae'eVartasd le aaaoaaee W.'tt U.
L at aooaan touity, as a eaaaiaate I
. .affi Asaetlate Coart, fcurth diatrict, I
J V Kt5aaelt.B of the D,mZ
7? taUed ts tW at Centralis, I
to be collector at New
Tbi county Democratic contention
meets to-morrow. Democrats should
Josh Billings' almanac says: "About
tbls time look out for cold weuihtr."
And It sbould bare added keep Dr.
Bull's Cou?h Syrup In readiness,
Thi annual report of the state auditor
for the year ending- December 31, 1877,
shows that tnlrtyone Insurance corns
panics withdrew from doing business in
this state during the year 1877. Tbe ag-
gregate capital ot the companies with
drawn was nearly seven million ot dollars.
Torek are Indications that before
many months have passed away the gov
eminent will have another, and by no
means Inslgnillcant Indian war on Its
bands. Sitting Bull and his allies, nuni
berlng betweeq five and seven thousand
nurriors, are reported to be within one
hundred miles of Fori Walsh. Sitting
dull breaths yengenance against all Am
Thb differences between England and
Ruseta are daily becoming more compll
cated and it Is hardly possible now to
avoid a clash ot arms, however much
such a result may be dreaded by tbe two
powers. It seems impossible that the
questions at issue can be settled peacea
bly, and even if patched up tor the time
being they will come up again sooner or
later. This being tbe condition of affairs,
and while neither nation desires war, It
is evident that they have determined to
settle their troubles now and (or all time
Una. Daulorbn, in her address to tbe
senate udiclary committee against wo
man suffrage, crystuJizes tbe subject iu
this paragraph :
Marriage is unity. The family through
It is the touudation of tbe state. Each
family is represented by the head, just
as the state ultimately llnds the same unit
through a series of representtttives. Out
of this comes peace, order, a proper rep.
reseutation, aoa adjustment union.
The new doctrine, which is illusive, may
be thus defined: Marriage is a more com
pact and means diversity. Each family,
therefore, must have astparate individual
representation, out of which rises divers
Ity or divisions, and discord Is toe corner
stone of the state.
The Greenback state convention was
held in the hall ot the house ot represens
tatives at Springfield on Wednesday. The
attendance of delegates wai not very
largo, and tbe absence ot spectators was
remarkable, the lobby being unoccupied.
The delegates, with a lew executions.
were new men and "unknown to lame."
There was not much enthusiasm mani
fest, notwithstanding some of the lead
ers tried bard to get up a breeze. Can
didates were not numerous, though a lew
of the old-timers were on hand and
ready to accept anything tbat might be
thrown out to them. Gen. E. N, Bates ot
Chicago, was the only aspirant for tbe
nomination lor state treasurer, and it
was given to him by an almost nnanlm-t
ous vote. Bates was once aRepublican
and is yet for that matter, and expects
to compel! tbe Republican state conven
tion to take him up and give him an en
dorsement. He was twice
elected treasurer by the .Re
publicans, , and would not now
accept a nomination at the hands of the
Greenbackers It ho did not expect to
get tbe endorsement ot the
Uepublicans and in the end deliver tbe
Greenback vote to the Republican party.
Frank II. Hall of Kiue county was
nominated for superintendent ot public
Instruction. Hall Is ui.known beyond
the pale of his own county. Tbe wbole
convention was run by Republicans and
in tbe interest ef the Republican party,
But few men prominently identified with
the Democracy seem to have bad any'
thing to do with tbe convention ; and the
charge, which for more than a year has
been made and repeated time and again,
that a few prominent Republicans, with
John A. Logan at their head, were work
ing up the Greenback movement with
tbe view of turning it to good account
lor themselves, Is confirmed b?
the actios ot the Springfield
convention. The waning strength
of Radicalism in tbls state has made the
leaders of the old party desperate, and an
alliance with the Greenbackers is regard
ed by them as their only hope tor sues
cess-. But, having captured the state
convention and moulded its action to
suit their own purposes, it remains to be
seen whether these Wiley old political
tricksters can deliver the great mass of
Independent voters. We do not believe
John P. Stelle of Marphysboro was
nominated lor clerk ot the supreme court.
ouiuern grana division, and W. J. 0.
Harnett ot Clinton county for clerk of
the lourth district appellate court.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
wS'u ' and
Washlvotox, D. C, March 27, 1878.
As Senator Howe has not frightened
members of the administration by bit
silence, nor Blaine terrlfled them by his
indiscriminate noise, though the latter
must haye amazed them as be has every
vuij cine, a new ueparture was latelv da
termlnedon. Yesterday Senator Howe
aiiacnea in detail every act of Mr. Hayes
llnNitf.Mli J 10TV a rt
ioi i . oeuavur uowe is a
man wno, ir he had
STAYED IN UAI.SK,
bis native state, would have been a Judge
ui prouaie, pernaps a state c-nstor. and
In case of party quarrel might have got
ror one term to the lower house ef con
gresa. If be had gone U bis present
Ute, Wisconsin, at any time la the last
fifteen years, hit fate would have been
the same there os it would have been In
Uaiie. He dJmtd at fortunate
time for him and tbe result Is that be has
been the most conspicuous man ot his
adopted state. His term as senator exs
pires In March next. Ills speech, In
Itself, can do
NO rOBSIBLB HARM
to tbe admiu.8trat.6n,' It was simply a
repetition of what tbe QlobeDetnocrat Of
Missouri, the Traveller ot Boston, ami
tbe Whig ol Bangor, Me., have been say,
lng for a year past, and was not as et
feutlvely stated by Mm us by tlicin.
It, however, he was
PUT FORWARD BT OTHER,
to find out at what po.nt a general at
tack will most likely have eflt-ct, the
case Is different. Abler men will avoid
bis mistakes and take advantage of his
discoveries. Hamlin Is said to have been
the author of tlio new movement. His
trained political eye saw tbat thend
ministration was gaining day by day
among the people, by the failure of iu
enemies to take the offensive.
1 ARSONS REJECTED.
In executive se-siou yesterdny tbe
senate rejected the nomination of Hon
Lewis E. Parsons as United Slates dis
trict attorney tor Alabama. '1 his was
not a party or an administration fight.
The senate committee on foreign aP
lairs opposes tbe reduction ol txptnses
provided lor by tbe house iu the
CONSULAR AND DIPLOMATIC BILL,
It remains to be seen wnether tbe house
will stick. Probably it will not. The
Texas delegation in ihe bouse, all Dem
ocraU, hud a caucus tbe other day by
themselves, and n solved to oppose any
reduction In tbe army. Representatives
ol other sections and of various Interests
are constantly Interlering with well-In
tended tflorts In the interest ot economy
and reform. If we are to have
SUCCESS IS THE KL'Tl'RK.
It seems to me that it is time there was
harmony in the party In the support oi
every legitimate party measure.
The unsavory McGarraban case still
occupies the attention of tbe senate com
mittee on public lands, and promises to
do so lor some lime. It excites great
interest, not only on account of the
enormous value ot the property at stake,
i and the charges ol corruption freely made
and fully proved by buth sides to the
controversy, but because so many public
men of prominence In the country, for
the last h;ilf generation, in congress and
the cabinet, have been colled upon to in.
vestlgute the subject and have arrived at
opposite conclusions as to the merits ol
McG.irrahan's claim. There is, to ue a
common phrase, "no end"' to the value
of quicksilver In the disputed territory.
It Is thought now that
TACKARD WILL BK APPOINTED
collector of the portot New Orleans, An
derson to remain as his deputy. Packard
was offered a $12,000 otDcc In this dis
trict, but declined it. It was an office
where no more than $12,000 could te
made In one year, while in the custom
bouse at New Orleans, with Wells and
Anderson as his supporters, who can es
timate the income ? The same capacity
lor figuring tbat converted a minority of
8,000 into a maj ority of 4,000 sees possi
blJHIe. in a custom house, which may
be called brilliant. Hilton.
The Jetties and Trade.
Everywhere the tflectof the success ol
the jetties is attracting attention, and
eastern ports tear that much of their
commerce will be attracted to the gulf.
Ihe New lork IhUUhn says: '-Our
western and southern friends are running
Into enthusiasm on the subject of river
Improvements. Ihe success ot Ends'
jetties in deepening the .Mississippi has
suggested to tueiu the idea
still further utilizing that river
and projects are also on foot tor
Improving the navigation ol th
Illinois, and even the Missouri. Tbe New
Orleans cotton exchange has addressed
letter to Captain Eads warmly indorsing
ins new proposition to close nic crevas
ses ot tbe Mississippi and raise tbe pre
sent levees some leer, so that all tba flood
waters ot the river Khali be retained. To
accomplish this a bill has been introduc
ed providing that tho captain be appo nt-
ed president of a commission ot live
engineers by the president of tho United
States. Relerring to tho trade, ot New
Orleans, it Is a noteworthy tact that
though no regular line ot steamships ex
Ists in that port, the exportation of grain
thence from September 1st to March 1st
ot the p.nt year, was three million
four hundred and two thousand bushels
against nine hundred and seventy-nine
thousand bushels a year ago. l'bese
facts attract much attention In tbat quar
ter, and are occasioning some controversy
in tne local papers, captain tans pre-
aiccs mat, witn an improved river, grain
will be carried Irom St. Louis to New
Orleans for three cents per bushel; but
capitalists engaged in grain transport
tatlon decline to admit that such low
rates will ever be reached. On the up
per Mississippi, also, the question ot
bringing grain down the river is agl
tub voice of reform is heard through
the land, and speaks of the good time
coming. So too the spirit ot reform is
working In the nurseries of the land to
uauitfu mose dangerous opium and
morphia preparations, and establish use
ful and harmless remedies, of wblcb Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup Is acknowledged as
the best for all tbe disorders ot babvhood
and early childhood. Price 25 cents
Grain In Store-
Chicago elevators, aa ner offfolni r
turns, contain 1,331,001 bushels ot wheat;
262.225 bui-hels of corn ; 225.1)33 . bushels
ot oats; 167,877 bushel of rye, and 612,-
ui uumrai. ui nancy, muKing a grand
total of 2.009.743 bushels, against 3.787..
707 DUsnels one week ego. and 8,672279
uuMie.n at mis period lat year. -Milwaukee
warehouses a r stored with
653,581 bushels of wtwat; 3,000 bushels of
Masaim . Ol t1 1 W...av... - a" .
Wl U , ' O..U1 1 UUHUUIH 01 OBIS , WtdllO
bushels ot rye, and 423,975 bushels of
New York and Brooklyn warehouses
contain 1.089.000 bushels ot wheat; ill.s
000 bushels of corn; 1,097.000 bushels of
oaw; im,uw ousneu or rye, and 534,000
Visible sunolv of irraln In Mia 9f.A. ...a
Canada on the Uth Instant: W heat, 8,214000
a r " nm ,"' pushell ; OatS,
barley, 8.313.000 bushels. . . '
Exports from the leading aeaboard
port last week Include: 04,000 barrels
Of flour: 1.038. 000 buMiels n ,i...".T
. l lvoa-ww uusueu or wheat:
1.2M,0(W Whehj or corn; 17,300 bu.h'li
of oafs; 180,000 bu-hels ot rye; 207.000
5li!ipi!Lof bftr,Jr J'10-160 br',l ' pork;
8,800,000 pounds of lard, and 11) Ml ruin
pouodi of bacon.
OUR H0TT0:i " The Best
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AS XKJ ID CD IE HQIL IS S,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coffees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Haas. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestic Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Takings. Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line of Carpets, Mittlngs, Floor Oil
Ladles' md Misses' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh
Our Sto k embrace everything needed
Goods. Please give u a call
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uaiform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlceon whurt Boat, root of Sixth street.
OUice oi Hull. Jay Brothers. unDosite
Kgyptian .Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, loot of 1 hirty-eiKHth street.
Post OniM) drawer WW
Thit Cut illmtrsleithe Mannerof Uaiogf
Fsimtain Nasal Injector,
Thin inftrnmont ie especially designed for tba
EE. SAQS'S CATAEES EE2ISDY.
It Is the only form of iDstrutneit vet inrented
with winch nnlil medicine enu te carried hiuH
vn miU perfectly applied to all parti of the affect
ed muni pannage, ninl ihe cham kers or cavities
eommtiiucalmr therewith, in wlich so ret and
nicers freqimutly exist, and from which tho ca
tai rhal dischai-RO goneiallv procsed. The want
of success In treating Catarrh heretofore has
rlen largely from the impoMlbllityof aupMiiK
remotlien to ihee cavities and chambers hy any
of the ordinary method. This obniacle in Uie
way of effecting; cures Is entirely overcome by
the invention of the loncho. Its use is pleasant
and so simple that a child can understand It
rnll and explicit direction accompany
each instrument. When used with this tnstrn'
moot, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itemedy mires recent
niwcKs or "voia in the
Head by a low applications.
VIW PTD tt l-rnnnnt
licadacho, discharge fulling Into throat, some
time profiiHO, watorv, thick niucim, purulent,
offensive, etc In others, a drrness. dry, watery.
wcuH, or inflamed eve, slopping up, or obstruc
tion, of nasal passagus, ringing In ears, deaf
ness hnwkinif and coughing to clear throat,
ulcerations, scabs from ulcors. tolca altered.
unaal twang, offensive breath, impaired or total
deprivation o! sense of smell and taste, dlzil.
Hess, mental depression, loss'of appetite, Indi
gestion, enlarged tonsils, tickling emieh, etc.
Only a few of these symptoms are likely to bo
present in any case at one time.
Dr.Ragn'e Catarrh Remedy, when used
With Or. tlercea Naaal Uonehn.and t
eompanied with the constiiutloual treatment
Which is recommended in tho Damnhlet that
wraps each bonis of tho Hemoilv. i a nerfert
spaciSc fur this loathsome disease. It ts mild and
lileiiKant to use, containing no strong or csnstin
Briin'snrnnlvm. Ti.acatnnli Itemedy Is sold at
K ccuts, Douche, at SO cents, b r a 1 1 u,n i J..
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The only Boad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
TreJna Leave Cairo
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rassengers tT this line go through to
ui baas wiuioui ai ueiav caused by
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l.rnuai ijaiku AKHIVK8 IN NKVV
YORK MONDAY MORN1NO
AT 10:H6. f
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Advertlsomonu of oompetlnf lines that
they make better time than tbls one, are
are Issued either through Ignorance or a
desire to mislead the public"
pr through Uekeu and Information,
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Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
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Leak, Corrodo or Break,
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Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
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 DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
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"Lat week I bouKbt a 10 cent packageof Washme and dona my washing In one halt
the usual time at lens than half tbe con ol Soap, iljr clothes were wbier. 1 did not
nave to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolons, and for once I was enabled to en a
hot dinner on Monday. Bo ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money, it I .
perfectly safe to use It. MKS. A.
6 and 10 pent Packs gea. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' Durawluy!"00
German Syrup and August Flower,
Homeonathic Medici dps.
Irish, French and .American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fine Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods' Pills
Quinine, Smith's Tonic.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
TTr i- -r- ,
wnung raper, envelopes, Fens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported flay Hum, Splendid-Canada Tar
Soap English and American Soap- Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts in origi
nal Bottles or In Drokcn Quanti
ties us wanted at low prices.
Ths 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.'S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate tho same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
radi SJxect Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Table UseVerv Ckean
Best Trusses. All Styles
and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blackintr. Stove Blackine
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
SarsaDarifla and Blood Purifier
and all Aerue Medi
H v""11" "luoiicr
At Barclays' Dnifi Storo.