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W, F. SoaoctsM, Editor and Pobllihcr.
C3UB ma aram."
Tka rls-snriirT ml the eararal eauutlet
t Ike) elate ei IQlnolt art requetttd It
miJ dsdtfetei to ft iUU convention to be
el4 at SprtiifilUl4,IlUnoIi,THUE8DAY,
tit 11TH OAT OF APRIL, 1873. ( at 12
. o'clock far tho punoie of nomlaatlnK
one candidate for tbt oUlco ol itate treat-
urtr, ana nt candidate tor the office of
UU superintendent of publle Instruction
and to tranitct tuob other buiioew m mar
roQ before it. Tbt leverel couutle. are
rnHilmA In ihm fllnrin or runrisntation.
bated uptn the vote tor government in
Vote for Slew- No
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CYHUH U. McCOBMICK,
T be cominlUee unanlmouslT reeomend to
the democracy ot the northern grand divi
sion and tecond appellate district, tUt
tuey hold their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerVi of the lurpreme
and eppelltte eourU, for eald dlvlition nd
tlUtrtct, et Joliet, on Thurtday, April 18,
' And lor the central grand division nd
bird appellate district, ibU tie delegate
appointed from Mid division end district,
to the eute onvontlon, to meet in conven
Hon at Springfield, on the day eald eUte
convention it held, t 10 . in., for the pur
poet of nominating clerk of tbe eurprcnie
end appellate court lor taid division tnd
And for the louthtrn grand division and
fourth pptUaM diatrict, that they hold
their convention at Centraiia, Thursday,
)Uy 19, 1579, for the purpose of nomtna-
' ting clerks of tbt turpreme and appellate
oortt, for said divlelon and dlatrlet,
Tht ratio of representation in said con
Ttntlont to bt tbt tame as in tbe state con-
Taos. 8HiXEr, Secretary.
C H, ItoCormlck, f C. U. Hollte,
J. B. Mann,; W.K.Murpby,
, AP.jioodard, B.V. Burgen.
' ..f i a .'- BiaTBICT- " '
1. B. I. Godell, 11. J. M. Bush,
: 2 Thotnat Shirley, 13. J.A.Mallonr,
4. Blehara iaaoy, sm.
. F. B- Marrt, ' 15. W. Cochrane,
. J. 8. DrUw. i 10-u B' I,,,on, -7
A. Steele. IT. II. C. Gerke,
j.lWff, - 'lB-T-KBouton,
t. yr. T. DavltUon, 19. S. Z. Land ,
10. George Edmunda.
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. .stbaHtWBaouDR. A.I). W1L
" TZitZrZi tVaahlajftoa CoMBir, aa a oantidata
ir.uio? Um Supremo ijourt, Soothern Oraad
Trjull Uhmab, subjc l UM deotsloB of tho
fSiSIla aoaaleaUni coouuitMe, to be i aia
--Vi.s.ai. O TUB APPBLLaTl CODIT
jrOonTa Diencr, illiroib.
. auikvorlJMd to anaouaoo : UARDIX
r aV srf Ostrlo. UlBtoa coualy, as a candidate
v ketflfee Appal I I court, fourth district,
iTLi s7bloetldocl'oaot tlio litmocraiie
al Uotralia, May 1-Ui,
w--at. autborlMd lo aaoouaoe W. 0.
T --TL f aJusglusm County, aa a eaadi
I , .Mat a tb dooiaiaa of I Us Uciuo
, daa tailed to sntat at Uauralia.
t inn a naaii mm uhui, tvtt v u u
irj. Ball's Cough Pyrup for tome
, family Hid found It tbe best
ttiftl -5fOBnf J Uarolino tlreot.
I-jui b' cur,n,r the 00,10
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
From Our lUgular torrts)oudnt. J
WAguixOTO, D. C, April 1.1878.-
The original Jacob tho man wbo visit
ed Mr. llayct on Hunduy uibt, Murcli
4lb, 1877, at John SlicnuHti'a botuc.and
then and there discovered that Haves
was not all that Republican fancy p:ilnt
ed him Is Senator Ilamlln. The words
tbiit ht'iiRior lliimlin used on that oc
casion were proctno. lie until, did Si'iia
BV U 1 V) k'RK S01.I).
I recall this uicldi nt only because n cou
ple of lVonitylvania Republican con
jrrefamcn, alter a year ol experience
similar to what Hamlin bad, are lu.it
now ullcctlutr to bo atonUbed al fome
thliip II ayes Inw iuw. or lailud lo do.
It win u matter of an ofllce to, m
doubt, was Hamlln'a and they leave
Mr. Hayes in March, 1S78 with very
much tho Hatuu tcolinjfg an tho senator
did in March, 1877. H' may expect that
by 1SS0 tbe average Pennsylvania Pvadi
cal cimjreisuian will understand tlilngi
an fully as Hamlin did after a fifteen
niinutta eonveraitUon with Hayes.
WOM OOMKRY IILAIH'S RISyLL'TtOX,
width passed tbe Maryland bouse yester
day, Instructs the attorney general of Hie
stato to exhibit a bill to tlio supreme
court of tho United States setting forth
that by rtajou of the Irutnlulcuc ituriis
made from other states and allowed to be
counted, due elleot wan not iven to tbe
electoral vote of Maryland, ami praying
the court to make the revision cftntenis
plafed by ihe electoral countiisjioii law,
Bnd upon such revision declare that
Hayes and Wheeler were nor, and 'l lidn
and Hendricks were elected president and
vice-president of tlio United State.'.
TliU r.'oluliou has none ol ;be
ot oilier suggested measures for gelling
this case before the 6upreme court. Such
action is, however, without precedent,
and tbe power of the court to act on a
case ot the kind, so brought to its atten
tlon, will be questioned, ol course.
The house yeslerday
Democrat, iu place of Field, ltepulilican,
from Massachusetts. Wnat made the
case f.pecLilly noticeable was the course
of General Butler. He voted for Ienn,
asserting that, under a '.bad law enacted
by Republicans, Dean was entitled to
the seat. Ho said tlio law, made by Re
publicans to protect Republicans, hap
pened In this case to aid a Democrat, and
it was not tlio lets a law and ought to be
lived up to. . There are several laws," on
more Important subjects, which havo
answered the partisan purpose for which
they were passed, and which I xpect
Republicans will yet wish to see rea al-
The leeling here appears to be that the
Sew Orleans collectorBbip lies between
1'aCKAKD AMD ANDERSON
with the changes in favor of the loruicr.
But Mr. Hayes has a very curious habit
nMios.ninir at.tentlviOy fn all thnr la eol,l
of candidates, then making iila selecdon
Irom those who have not been mention-
THE JlOI XiyT IIKM.-FL'.NCU
was laughed to seorn a tew mouths ajjo,
but It seems to have widely commended
Itself by Its practical workings and has
been adopted in two other Southern
States, is before the Albany legislature,
and is Icing strongly urged for this dl&,
trict. A would'be Wisconsin postmas
ter mauigcd to call tho president's at
tention particularly to his caso by send
ing bitn a map ot bis little borough with
bis adherent's houses painted pink, there
of -'the other fellow" yellow. The idea
appears lurdiy adopted to large towns ol
the lzo of New Vork for Instance.
They Will Lee Hayes Alone.
W asuisiiton, D. C, March 31. The
caucus of Republican senators yesterday
resulted in formal action. It appears
from views expressed zy senators that
while they concede that the speech ot
Senator Howe delivered a - week ago is
mainly just in Its strictures on the
course of the administration, they can
see uo propriety in recalling past events
In Louisiana and elsewhere, and ol maks
ing a direct Issue with the president, and
they are also agreed that tho so-called
civd service relorm is a deception and a
failure. They, therefore, think that the
Republicans should strive to strengthen
their parly Irrespective of what tbe
president may say or do, and they
point to tho late election in New
Hampshire to show that It resulted in
favor ot Republicans apart from any cou
administration. They are ot the opinion
that It would be better to approve of
such measures as they can in the future
rttner man oppose thu president lor
what has already been done by him in
bis southern conciliation policy and other
measures which do not meet with Ro
publican approval. Besides to make an
open issue with the president would bene
ut the Democratic party to the injury of
tbe Republican party. They say they
can do nothing no matter what Indepcn
dent course the president may think pro
per to pursue. At tne same time tney
do not Impute dishonesty of purpose to
tne president, ana see some
things In his administration to
approve ; but tbey doubt tbe wisdom of
much of his icalled policy. As a com
mlttee of Senators appointed by a caucut
heretorore called on the President witn
regard to appointments, etc., and failed
to come to an understanding, it is con
sidered iKeless again lo appioach him In
a similar way as the president acts inde
pendently or senatorial advice or confer
ence. Ilia known that tho president on
that occasion regarded tbe call as a mere
personal natter and as of no publlo in
terest and therefore he was not disturbed.
Under ail circumstances the Repub
llcan senators do not think il wise to
take an active port against the president,
but to do the most they can for tbe In
terests of their party, remarking that tho
president hat three more years to verve.
Too Good to be Lost.
The tarbondale Frte Vest rather leant
toward Jack Kuykendall of Johnson
county as the Republican candidate for
Cone rest. Bt it the man of whom Logan
once laid, "It we beat 'era with Jack
huykendallt bit time, we ran beat 'cm
with a Jackt'i next time '"
MtM FliBaeariheHltustuoi) Bnnrrn
Knglnnel ml Rawaln.
Ill SalA IM.LI.NEI 10 HU.l.
LuMion, March 3'.. The SUmdanri
correspondent nt Berlin says : Hi con
sequence ot Aiiftrla'g refusal to enme (o
an arrangement Willi Russia It Is believ
ed that l'rlnce OortselmVotT has already
Informed Lord l.oitii. lint Kustia is
ready to yield to KhIhihI'h tlem.mls In
regard lo the congn, A special to
the Standard, dated Constantinople Fri
day, states that if the ICngllfh fleet Is not
withdrawn the Rui-slnns will occupy
Conntautlnople with the approval t tlio
TirtkKV's FKM.I.Ni; lOW Altl) ENGLAND.
The sninrj eurnsj oudeiit uudersUiids
Mr. I.ayurd, in aoeordanco with Instruc
tions ot tliu liriiish government, hin
itrked the porte what ili attitude would
be in the event olan Anglo-liiusian war.
Safvet l'.-isha replied lhar he was person,
ally inclined to neutrality, but would
r-ul'init the malftr to a e tuneil.
The Standard' cornupuudent at Con
stantinople telegraphing .Sunday mys: I
hear on I tie very be.-l authoriry, ttut, the
Sultan told the Grand Duke Nle.holjt he
would not light aaint Kiiitlanii.
The liuprtun.'' will iKCiiey litijukdere
The Kuplish have l.-uelt il a liiruv qtiuii
tity ol vinr iiiHtirnil on the l?lun! of
The Sta lulu in' rinit from IJerlii, that
ltuss'ia Is ready to n el ro Knlutui's de
mand should bs rm-ivi d with reserve, as
both the Agenct JIuim ul.d Jourml dt St.
1'etfinliirg .entny (p o-td turilier
eoiiiM'i-sioiis on the part of Risia.
Moreover U' eorrespoiideni of the Time
at st.rctersliurg telerupl.ejumiav that
war is rerarled as alioo-t inevitable.
The vaj;iio hope till', a iliiloiuatic
formula niilit be lo.iinl lor tho
renewal ot liegotlatioiiK has been
destroyed by Lord BeBconslield's
declaration that the Question at is.-ue is
not a matter ol form, but of essential re
ality. The other dispatches of the Stan:
dard given above should be received
with due caution, on aeeonnt ot their
SKRVIA WW. I. J.1IN KUfSU.
The Timtt has the following from
I'aris: A Itelgrade teleiiiant tTen tluit
iServia will join Knssiu in llie event of
an Anirlo-Hii--iftii war.
VK.-sti.s ortiKiu;n 10 sill..
A Bucharest, c'lrreMtinnileni of I lie
Tintm reort. that Knglisbuien'harit ves
sels at ti ilntJt Iihvb ln-en ordered by iln lr
owners to sail iini'iiediately, even itliont
Resignation of Collector Smith.
WAsrnxorox, D. C, March :il. Wil
Hani Henry Smith, collector of ctistonis,
ol Chicago, hn sent in his resignation to
ecrerary Miennan. i tie reflinatjon
the ri'cult ol a nuarrel between Smith
and .lame- Iri f of the custom bureau.
It seems that it was charged by t hleago
mercliaulstli it New Vork apiirais rs ills
criminated against them rive per cent. In
tne valuation 01 Dtiriaps. Nuiin com
plained to the department and an hives
tigation shown! that there were two
grudes of burlaps, and in fact no discrim-
inititoi), .fnmeo. la Kportintf tlio result!
of the investigation, referred to Smith in
uncomplimentary terms, going out ol his
way to do it, and being1 apparently sus
tained by the secretary, Smith sent In
bis resignation. It Is believed tba: tbe
president and Sherman will try and com
promise the matter and keep Smith in.
Poalttvvl y the Heal.
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Also agents tor Trot. Parker's Pleasant
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Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he It
lietter prepared than ever to accommo
date hia patrons and tho public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely funilahed rooms, which
be has provided with all tho latest Im
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who patronize him will have their wants
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l.ercr than Lite i
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Golden Lion Cologne-0'. SMutST
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use--Very Cheap
Shoulder Eraces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blackintr. Stove Blackim?
Buy Copperas Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perftimery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Snoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stovo Polish
Pure Importod Kay Jfiim, Spleurtid-i anada T Tar
Soaj I.ngllsh ,unl almoricau Soap-Fine Ini
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mil IJoUhs or In Rroken quantl
Buy Your Brugs
At Barolaya' Drag Sioro.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
2nd adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOY
E.R1SJWFNT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U.- 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rad? Street Cars and Hotels.
by Wilson and i :V:M)iM.
at their prices sZ&r' ms&i?
at Dr. Woods' Frices.
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
Sarsaoariila and Blood PurifW
and all n no