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Ot CUXK 8UrBXMB COURT, 8. 0. P.
.. WearetAiUwrisad aanounce R. A. 1. WIL
BANKS, of WMhinKtoo County, H a candidate
fbrUrk of the 8uprme Court, Southern tirand
Illlon, Illinois, subjact to Uu decision of the
mmocntio nominating ooiuniiuee, mi '"
M tkatraiia, May loili, l&Td. I'M
' Km CLKSI OF THB APPILLATI COURT
' vnilBTII IHHTIOT. ILLINOIS.
Wo are authorise)! to announce HAUniV
7 v., CASK of CartyU, Clmion county, as a candidate
' ' for olerk ef Ihe Appellate court, fourth dutrtct,
k lUlaaie, auh)ect to the decision of the Democratic
convention called to meet at Centralis, May lui,
W are authorised lo announce W. C. te
' ' . CHORK, of fc&ngliam County, M a candittUe
' lor clerk of tha Appellate Court, fourth dutnet,
-i' lUlnola, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratio convention called to inett at Ctralia,
IST?- H.jr 16th. 1S7S. -
..And now the Bccchor-Tiltou ecandul
la retlewcd. and for the next three
months the acandaNmonKcrs will be in
their glory, Mrs. Tilton has confsscd
Uys Henry Ward did It; and Henry
Warl?ayshe didn't, and that Mrs. Til
ton U Innocent. Ceccher is plucky, and
In the face ot Mrs. Til ton's contusion
(hows no sign of weakening.
A London telegram of the 15th elves
the following as the latent phase of the
situation in the cast: "The state of hi
fair with reference to the eastern ques
1 tion remains substantially tho same.
There Is no change in the altitude ot the
powers. The moot between England
and Russia Is still unsettled. While this
it the case the prospect ol a congress and
peaceful arrangement of the whole dif
ileulty is as far off as iver. There Is
strong feeling iu both countries that
war Is Inevitable. At St. Petersburg a
belief is stated to prevail that England's
willingness to continue negotations is
rather fur the purpose ot isolating Kussia
than arriving at an understanding. Some
inlliii ntlal persona bt'lievu that England
will go to war alone, hence ear
net efforts continue to satiiy Austria,
Some moderate men in ofllelul circles ;
have begun censuring Hussian generals,
diplomats and newspapers tor pushing
the government Into a position where
the issue between Kussiun independent
action and European control is unavoid
atle, but a majority ot tic public con
tinue to declare that the government has
been too conciliatory and the press op
poses any concession."
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washington, 1). V,., April 15, 1S78.
. .. . fwuator Dennis of Maryland, in pre
senting to the senate the Jilair resolut
tlous concerning the title of Mr. Haves,
; took occasion lo explain that he did not
approve ot them, and hoped thai, no
action would be taken by congress in
the matter. Without such action the
resolutions can have no force, and J fa 1
to understand the reasoning of the sena
tor. Ue certainly gave no good reason
for his course. He wanted a united
country, be said. Hut the continued oo
cupancy by Hayes of an oltlee to which
another man was elected is not India?
penaable to harmony. He spoke ol the
obligations he took upon himself w hen
' he VJted for the electoral count bill.
He seems to have torgottea that an es
sential part ot that bill was the provision
that neither Tilden nor Jlaj-cs shouii b
deprived of the privilege ol pir.ilxg :
the courts. He asks conrei to Suntt
- the highest court In the Ua4 to Xr. ZZ-
den and to the state of MaryUM. Tin
"; speech of Senator Dennis ate;! rmiz
attention certainly, and we zlij ;r
bably consider Mr. Blair's tZxs mm-
etl. Their success depended la a rrJ
' measure upon the spirit in wty.fc tU
senators and representative? ct Xuj
f . land presented the rejoluiions in tU
senate and hoasc.
The senate committee to consider the
subject ol the election ot president and
, , vice-president, have prepared a report,
i Hia mnn) ltnnArfj.rif nrnt-lai.ti. ... :
are given below.
t 5lT A Konh Cfata n.nr ka. I.... . -
for the Judicial determination of any
AAnhVkOnrlV nnnn..nUn l.
roent ol electors, before the time lixed
tor the meeting of electors. Every such
judicial deterfninAtlnn hv ifn
- J aM UlUVOt
court made prior to the said time ot the
meeting ot the electors, shall bo conclu
nlve evidence o! the lawful title of tho
electors w hom such court shall have so
decided to have been appointed, and
shall govern in the counting ot the clec
torial votes, as provided in tho constltu-,
tion and as hereafter requested.
8kc. 3, In all cases of a disputed ap
pointment of electors not so judicially
I'ttosed upon as herelnbctoro authorized,
ttiecrtillcateorjudgmcntot the board
or tribunal empowered by the legisla
ture of any state to canvass the returns
ol votes (or electors and certil y or deelaro
the result, shall be conclusive evidence
that the persons so certified or declared
to have been appointed were lawlullv
appointed such clwtors, and shall govern
lo the count of the electoral voles as pro
. Tided In the constitution and as heroins
" If but one setol returns come imm a
stabs the adverse vote ol both bouses of
congress acting separately shall be re.
. 1 l .
, quimi w mrow out such returns. II
lucre mo two or more sets ot returns.
, that set received Irom the board or trl.
; 'bunal mentioned In section 4. above
given, snail be accepted; but U returns
are received Irom more than one board
cr tribunal in a state, the houses shall
" ' '" icparatelf consider the matter and only
those rstorns shall be counted which both
' houses agree upon.
':,r. Tt committee is said to bo unanlma
otis, and has given great attention to the
"": subject The members ot the uiuiittoe
' i re Edmunds, Uonkllng, Howe, McMll
' ; Ian, Teller, Dayis of Illinois, Bayard.
' Thnr man ana morgan. j on.
Hi' f'Vul.f ' -' ' w "'
. . Pbedjudicb often rules in tho pbysic-
' ' al treatment ol babies. They are allow
ad I uft sd scream with pain from
- eH& natujcDOT, vunci uiauruers, etc..
-' -aiian uim aim Die. reliable and f mm.
' wtv bji Dr. Bull's b4b v svriin. wonM
- --- -
. Met taM.to the Iltue sufferer.
Mrs. Tilton Reaffirms the Guilt of
tho Plymouth Pastor.
And ll Rlnta she AecnaMlon with
llor ajne of What In One lo Trutti nntl
Justice 'oir,iel ller to Mnk
New York, April 15. The following
letter from Mrs. Tilton will appear In the
morning papers to-morrow :
Mr. Ira B, Wheeler:
My Dear Sir : A few weeks since, al
ter long months of mental anguish, 1
told, as you know, a few triends, whom
I had bitterly deceived, that the charge
brought by my husband of adultery be
twoen mysell aud Jtev. Henry Ward
HCeehcr was true, and that the lie 1 had
lived so well the last tour years had be
come intolerable to me. That statement
I now solemnly realtlrm, and leave the
truth with God, to whom also 1 commit
myself and my children and all who most
sutler. 1 know full well the explana
tions that v, ill be sought by many for this
acknowledgment: A desire to return to
my husbaud, Insanity, malice, every
thing save the true and only one my
quickened conscience aud sense ot what
is due to the cause ot truth aud justice.
During all tho complications of these
years you have been my confidential
irieiid, and therefore I address this letter
to you, authorizing and requesting you
to secure Its publication.
Signed Elizabeth R. Tilton.
Brooklyn, April 13, 1878.
Frank B. Carpenter, the artist, in an
Interview this evening, stated there was
no doubt about the genuineness ol the
letter. Mr. Ira B. Whesler, he said, had
been the private legal adviser and con
tidentlal friend of Mrs. Tilton all through
the troubles. Lawyers shearman, Morris
and Pryor refused to be Interviewed.
MR. UK KC HE It
was out ot the city to-night when Mrs.
Tilton 's letter was made public, antl his
whereabouts was not known save to a
lew frleuds. The Xew York 'Tribune'
telegraphed him a copy ot tlio letter at a
late hour to-night, aud received the fol
lowing dispatch in reply trout Mr. Beech
Wavkrly, N. Y., April 13, 1S78.
To the Kiitor ot the New York 'Tribune.'
I coutront Mrs. Til ton's conlcssiou
with explicit aud absolute denial. The
testimony to her own innocence and to
mine, which lor lour years she has madu
to hundreds in private and in public, be
fore the court in writing and orally, 1
declare to be true, and the allegations
now nytde In contradiction of her uni
form, solemn and unvarying statements
hitherto made 1 utterly deny. 1 declare
her to be innocent ot the great transgres
sion. Signed Henry Ward Beech er.
says Mr. Wheeler called at the 'Tribune'
otlice yesterday alteruoon with the orig
inal ot the above document and sub"
mitted It for publication. There was no
question of the genuine character ot the
document, no matter under what cir
cumstances It had been obtained and
promulgated, and at Mr, Wheeler's sug
gestion and wish It was put iu type. A
'Tribune' rcportur subsequently hud an
interview with Mr. Wheeler, but he was
very reticent. Ho slated that he was a
distant relative ol Mrs. Tilton. He said
he was very reluctant to be known in
connection with the matter, and that
fact his only connection was in the su .
misi;on ot prJl..la)a. Mr. Iilton -u
at one i2rpt:,td tsl t,Ul tixu to
tiA:f:u j-cCunmi. E iiSi tin.;
la Zi ati'i is ilStirrf an nua amm sr ra
tifiaamciaitKs vUwit uutt .itil it flnt .m
Seuutiu .L3mu; thur vtttna nr 1--
TOko. Sail' WMlljf nuitu i tiimiwtiiin a
iunul 'kt JL-. JLlllll A'.. ip:itf MiS ivi9 1
Jtt:r of tae usa .yjt'. to cnLt.
exsitrt c( tlj tsjrJt t&irJt prot! j
tit.tuce rxrViU. TutUA'jtr be cooM
not I arniih, and he e'.d It vu of ruch a
conhkntul character that Itwu not
likely to be puUUhed. At the same
time, or about that time, he had received
a private letter from Mrs. TiUonorhe
could not think of publishing the ilocu
merits given now to the public. This
was all he had to say:
Mr. Wheeler, docs not Mr. Tilton
know of this confessioL?
Emphatically not, Mr. Tilton speaks
truly when he states that he has not
made overtures for a reconciliation with
his wife. I wish you would slato this
who was prominently connected with
the defence In the Betcher Bult, on being
siiown a proof slip ol the letter, after
reading it carefully without evinclnr any
surprise, looked up and said, "Well."
tpou being asked his opinion ot it he at
first declined to express any, but subse
quently remarked that Mr. Beecher's
trionda tiad expected something ot the
una lor some time. As for tho state
ment of Mr, Wheeler, to whom thu letter
was addressed, that Theo. Tilton did not
know of its existenoe.'the gentleman re
marked with a smile, that would be the
way he would go to work. Frequently
during the winter, said he, Mr. Beecher
nas been applied to for monev to aid
Mrs .Tilton, the request not technically
coming from her nor purporting to be
uiuue wun ner knowledge or consent,
out lor her benefit. This demand was
ACCOMPANIED BY THREATS
and intimations that if it was not met
something would turn up. Mr. Tllton's
inlluenco over his wllo is very great,
ueuueiuau continued, and she can
.VD... n Kcnueman living? near
un. Morse nd Mrs. Tilton. and mil.
uiately cquslntod with boib, Bald the
event ol tbe past few mouths Uvo ua
me to believe that
AltRA.NOEMK.NU TOH A I1RC0MUII.UTI0M
between Theodore Tilton and hla wife
have been completed, He frequently
nent a carriage to Mm. Morse'g house lor
hi ions, meeting them on Vatci avenue,
two or three block away, and alter
a drive ol eeveral hours the tioya
would return alone. On one orcasioc
Mr. 'iilton drove back to Ihe house, but
'did not alight. He bas sent Mrs. Tilton
money on several occasions. Mrs. Til
ton went to , Werwick notwithstanding
Mrs. Morse's dental, and the sons are my
authority for my statement, and that she
engaged rooms there for the summer,
and that on Mr. Tilton's return from
Europe in August with his daughters the
lamily will be reunited.
Baltimore, Md. I have used B.
Bull's cough syrup personally and in my
lamily for two or three years, and am
prepared to say that there is nothing to
compare to it as a remedy fur coughs,
colds, etc. James Corrio, Dentist.
Tha following Cur It probably the) most
remarkable aver effected by any medl
cat preparation for tha treatment of
r,rnUimi,- hereby ccrtllV that I hate had f e
tarrh lor t ycaia, anil lor the lwt all yaan have
bei'n a terrible miriercr. I ws rendered partially
deaf, had buzzing In the henrl, pains acron the tem
ple, dl.ry apella, weak ami painful eye, awollen
and ulcerated toni!i, hard and constant eolith,
evere pain Heron the cliett, anil every Indication
of ronaumpllon. My head ai lied all the time. The
matter accumulated ao rnpldly n my head and
ttiroat Hint I could not keep them free. Frequently
at nilil 1 would aprliiK out of hei'i. It aeeined to
me, at the point of auflocal ion. I would then have
recourae to every mean la my power to dtilniljr
the niurua front my throat ami head before Delhi;
able toHleepaifiilu. For a period of all yean mv
toimli were lib erated and noimicli Inflamed that!
could with dlllleuHynwullow. 1 llnallyconsulted an
eminent Burgeon Iu rer aril to an operation on ttiem.
hut at hla rciiucat postponed It. Tlieconntmt In
flninniation and tilcci ntlon In my throat canned by
the polRnnoiiR matter dropping down from my head
had aolrrltated aud Inflamed my luniralhat IcoukIi
ed Ineeeaantly. a deep, Intril rouifh. Meanwhila
myn)lui beKantoahowtho rlFuciaof thledltouae,
ao that I lost fleph, irrew pale, and showed every
vtnptom of an curly dealli by consumption. When
liiatten had reached t h In Btnirc. or about al I raoolha
K0, 1 began the ucof fMnmi's Hadk l Ccaa
For Catakhh. After mh'tr th" flm bottle I besan
tu iimirove ranldlv. The H dnsa acemedtoclcar
my bead aI had not known it to be fnr yearn. It
ecemeil gradually to ariett the dUeharirin. It
Uuppul tag cuutih lit thru imvi. By uiIiik It aa a
farKcl aoou reduced thu iDtlammatlnn and swell.
nxclniy tonsils, ao that tney uon ceased to troublo
uu. nc wuiviicDB aiuM mv i iivsh u iniif 'cart; 11,
tlie buxlnj; nolHes In my head Cesxed, my senses ot
The aorenesH acrou my chest disappeared,
seeing ann oi ncaiini
?ere osinudclely restored.
and everv svinntoin of disease that had reduced im)
1 of disease that had reduced uu)
rlnir were 01
lo the vere of the Krave disappeared by the uo
01 RAHPOnU B IfADICAL ini roa . ata nan.
I have been thus explicit beeause, uh a druirrlst.
I have seen a great deal of sutlerluu from t'ainrrh,
and hope to convince many that thu la a ureal
I am famlllnr with the treatment of Catarrh M
practised by the bett physlclaus. and have conHult
ed the tnot eminent uhout my case. I have used
every kind of remedv and npparatus that have up
penred durliii: a period of six years psst. and have,
while followliiif tlieir use, taken ureal caro of my
yencral i;altli,init obtained nu relief or encourage,
lueiitlioin any of them. . . s
llulo,refi.ai IbiS. CEO.F.UINSMOl:!:.
6rFroi.K , M. Feb. as,
'I hen pcrsimally nppeare d the a.nld (ieoric F.
Tiinsmore, and made ualh that the I'oreiroliiK slate
went by lilm subscribed Istrur. llefore mo,
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CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED.
Messrs. WiKKa & pnTTi-a; (Ifnltmrn,- Having
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aide, called by my physician Chronic Pleurisy,
caused by uloriner Injury aud strain, and for which
1 used many prescriptions and liniment, us well as
thu boculled rheumatic cure, without the leu.t
beneut, my phvslclati recommended one of our
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medlstely, mid I liave h' on able to attend lo my
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OKLi.vo, .Me., April il, Kii,
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Speeliil attention given to Interference
Canes before the i'atent Utliee, Inlrinxe
ment Suits In the ditlerent ritatfH, ami al
litigation appertaining to l'tUt'iita or In
Stmt Stamp for Pamphlet of Sidy Pipt
Ko WA.UO ': . SMITH f CO.,
C9 F.t'i., Washington, D.
DriTf? PIANO, OKf AN beat. W
fiiAliS SUtrtling newri. organs 12 slops f-i
I'muoa only gi;tn. Codl atfo. Cirnilaia h'ree.
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on toe trou I iTengtbcniBg ao1 paiu
pU sler. killing agent In one.
Tat Bkia.it (arrn rrrciy'd Uie highest in') only
i.iri f. ta lo tuf.it Phutsrs at u. Centenn -n.
t s"i.it Hv,a'a t apxine Planters to I so
W . v. r I 'jHMt fjulrre aii'l to all lim-
Ask Those Who
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ai Ikaaon'a Csimn I'laalrr in l UM'k't. H
genulnt bavsihe word Caicn cnt inroun rsi.u
lilaaler. Hold tiy all llrugglaU. J'rlen In ,
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All iu(T ereri from this disease
zioui t o be cured should try lr. Kiss,
ner's Celebrated Consumptive i'owder.
These powders are the only preparation
known that will euro consumption and all
diseases or the throat and luoxs Indeed,
so strong U our faith In tliem, aud also to
convince you that thoy are no humbug, we
wllllorward to every sutlerer, by inai
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your inonoy until you are
perfeaiy satisfied ot their curative pewers,
II you life Is worth saving, don't delay In
giving these powders a trial, as they wll
surely cure you.
Price, lor large box, 3. sent to any part
I the United States or Canada by mail ou
recslpt of price. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
m KultonHUeeUHnsoklyn, Y
.l0MHVil.tt, Mich. D. 'XT, 1877,-Meesr?.
Fowli'S! 1 sent you 50 cts 1'nr two boxes ol
tjram's Halve. I liavs bail two anil have used
.urm on an ulcer on niy foot, ami it is aluioit
well. Ksspsstlully rous.C. J. Tau Neaa.
Price Zl cents a bo at all druggists, or fen! by
mailon racMintuf tA casts. Prepsred by Si lh
W Fowls A Bobs.HS Uarriion aveuue, Huston ,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lcvoo
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Paints-All Colors Ready tor
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Keroseno Can
Tbe Only Perfect Can 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
end Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We soil at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. Wo control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian.
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASBUNE
"LaM week I bought a 10 pent package of W a. Line and done my washing I none UU
the usual litut at le.sa than half Uie cost ol Sonp. My clothes were wlitler. 1 did ui.l
have to rub them, and it dM not shrink iuy woolens, and for once 1 was enabled to get a
hot dinner oo Monday, bo ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money. II i
perfectly sale to u.-e It. M Its. A.
6 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' IggJSg?
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use -Very Cheap
houlder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue tone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila 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 Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and tove Poli sh
lure Imported Hay Hum, Niilcudld--Canada Tnr
Noap EiiglUIi and American NoapN Fine Im
ported Haudkerehlei ExtraelM in origi
nal notlleiaorin Itroken Quant I
ties hn wanted at low price.
Window Glass, Putty,
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Tost 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
rads Street Cars an d Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
At Barclays' Drug Sioro.
nsnaiia v.aisi. n s
vs. iviuiw w v! uiuU5,rawi.til.