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a7fMtlMrtMd tO MIBOUBM II. A. 1). WIL-
1 , of WMrtungtM Count, m candidate
T ry 0 th. Suprwn. (xwri Bouihsr Urand
. """to, IlUnol. ut) to th decision of the
'Wotle nomintUag oonuaittw. to I held
Uowau, Umj uihTwis. taut
- jrOCBTE DUTICT. ILLINOIS. ,
Jf iNtthOTlMd Mooano HARDIX
QiltMl(VJut. 1 11-..- ... . ... .l .
kr ( th Appellate eourt. fcurth dittriot,
'- UUs, oubjaot to lb ilecUion of tin Drraocratic
' !?.lw'tWlo mam at CenUuIio, MayltUi,
are tuithnrlud to announoa W. C. L.
RORK, of Klfingbtoi County, M camlieata
for clerk of th Appellate Court, fourth district,
' IlllnoU, iubjeot to th doclaion of thn Demo
ratia coBTentluB oallad to meet at Ce-tralia,
Mar ttth, 178. 2 17 7s
All the mUU of Lowell, Mass., have
tlven notice of t general reduction of
trotaAve to fifteen per cent, la wages.
At the city election in DuQuoIn on
Tuesday Jthe question of licenso or no
'license was voted on, and the temncanco
people were defeated by a good round
Taa Messrs. Scully, great land-owners
of Logan county, have bought from M.
L. flulllvant of Ford county GO.OOO acres
ot land, known as the Burr OakV farm.
The price paid was $30 acre.
".Mb. Bkkchkr will pay no attention
1 to Mrs, TUton, but will go "right ahead
k and till all his lecture engagements as
thouifh notlilne had bappenei." The
old man has bad so much experience in
the scandal business that he has got used
to It, and, won't allowanytbiog that msiy
Mcu to Interlere with bis money mak
ing arrangements. He's plucky.
Tn following Is the lull text ef the
bill which passed the United States sen.
ate on Monday repealing ihe present
Be it enacted by the senate and house
ot representatives of the Uuited States of
America in congress assembled. 1 uai
the bankrupt law,' approved March 2,
1867, and all acts In amendment or sup
plementary thereto, or in explanation
thereto, be and the same are hereby re
pealed; provided, However, that Bueb
repeal shall in no manner invalidate or
attect any case in bankruptcy Instituted
and pending in any court prior to the
day when this act shall take cflect, but
aa to all such pending cases and all
future proceedings therein, the aula
bereby repealed shall be in lull force and
effect until the same shall be fully dis
posed of in the same manner as if said
acts had not been repealed.
- 'T here is every reason to believe that
the house will concur Jn tlio passage of
the above bill. -
s'i.fM K,," Washington correspond
, dent of thellcmpbis"",Appcnl.' writing
under date ot 15th, says : "Captulu Cow
don, by invitation, appeared before the
committee on levees for tho Mississippi
river. Ilia frleud, Dr. C. K. Marshall,
ot , Vicksburg, read, Coptaiu t'owdon's
article "On the Dcepeulng of the Chan
nel and the Reclamation of tho Low
Lands." The argument of Captain Cow
don differed from the plans before con
' gress, as much as the theory ot Galileo on
the solar system differed from the theory
ol others.' He argncd that In contrast
with the levee system which proposed to.
confine and dam up the waters to a single
channel, the true policy is to open all the
outlets and divert lied river and all
its tributaries from the Mississippi river,
which would make the capacity for out
flow greater, than tliat of the inflow.
This would prevent any overflow, and
also give the Mississippi river so much
greater flood-tide slope that during high
water periods the current would have
the foroe to wash out ' the sands that
make the shoal places, and carry them to
.the gull, deepening the channel. The
results would be, that from Cairo to New
Orleans there would bo water enough
for steamboats with ten ieet draft, and
this without wing-dams or levees. Ihe
.,. reclamation ot the lands In the valleys
from overflow would bo Inevitable. Tue
; coat ot this work could not exceed Ave
millions', and to illustrate the system
would not cost more than one hundred
and fifty thousand dollars. The article
of Captain Cowdon made a fine impres
ion on the committee."
Blleony Outlook retira of warBc-
I Special Cablegram to St. Loait Republican
London. April 17, 4 a. m. Parliament
haaariioumed for three weeks, with the
eastern question still unsettled, and tbo
learis very general uai war may ne
rendered lnemtame oy
ACTS OF THE GOVERNMENT
hAfnro narllament airain assembles. Gcr
many' eflortt at reconciliation seem to
v have Deen Qirwieu tuwat u Auxiria mone,
.f there are strong indications that
Ruuut and Austria will agree upon snme
mutually satisfactory modlllcation oi the
treaty 01 oan dwiodo, leavuijr
XXGLaND AQAIN ISOI.1TEU-
tAirfttwhat terms Bhe can. It is not
probable that three weeks can pass with
out the culmination of Anglo-Kussian
dUfleulttea either in the certainty oi war
or ot peace, xne present Biaie 01 lever
ih anxietr most soon be ended one way
or aaother. It is regarded aa almost
certain t Hostilities between
' KCftSU AKD R0CM4NIA
mnat break out unless the congress bo
afteed to -W D and this probability
Crlo Beftunption in Wow York,
-f "-jfw Yokk. April 15. The 'Commeri'
clal' says: Since noon the talk on the
treat increases about Immediate resnmp
tioo at the city banks. The only thing
recaalm.'TtO the consummation ot the
QOf f MVfBia vuiuk Villi OI
fx tew bank circulation upon which the
vreenbacx taaue 01 uie treasury win oe
redaeed before the 1st of January to tho
mlDimum of $300,000,000. and we
ul C k M -la contemplation te
msmV9 11' lr tbla amount. The
mr drealatioB la, to be' taken out in
pfonorf ot sales ot new 4) per cent
fcyiTl Watlowa and JingloAm
aypcate, by monthly Install-.
rr v Tbo amount ot government!
f -- - this movement will require I
i . i trWl the bureau pf currency J
i .nll6T,000,WO. '
Al'onaplriM'y to Iojaro the leUlee-
i iinipa to be Grounded There
-telearapM order to ob-
The New Orleans 'Picayune.' oi Sutur.
day, published tho folio wing correspond
ence: . .
Okfick op South Pass Jetty Wonxs,!
jxkw umlkns, April 12, 1878.
To th Editor oi the iMcaynna :
Believing that the correspondence here
with transmitted will be Interesting and
Instructive to the merchants and busls
nues men of New Orleans, 1 submit It to
you without, couununt. ' Respectfully,
etc, Jas. It. Kids.
Nkw Ori.F.ict. Anrll 11 1S7Q
Captain Ueo. M. M'Lullun, Aotlug l.evee
cui nw uriuaua iowooat AKaoolit
Uon, Wew Orleans : ' -
Deau Sir: 1 have learned rnnontlv.
with much astonishment, of a riniu.r.i
plan to injure the channel of South Pass,
which Is said to have been frustrated by
you, acting as levee agent of the New Or
leans towooai, association, win yeu
Dleiise do me the favor tn atatn thn Im.mii
In the case ? Very truly, etc.,
i J8. a. i,AD9.
Naw Ohlkanb, April 12, 1878.
Capt Ja. B. Ksds, 122 Common utreet:
L)R!i Sir In reply to your note of
this date 1 have to state that on or about
the tweuty-ilith ol February Inst the
ships Thordean and Viola were about to
be put to sea by the towboat Calhoun.
I was directed by J. W. Black, then act
ing as manager ot the association, to In
struct Captain Kiddle, commanding the
towboat Calhoun, to tow said ships to
the head of the passfs, and in towing
them out of the Jetties to ground them
in such a way as to obstruct the channel,
In retaliation for the towing of some
vessels by one of the boats, owned by the
contractors at the jetties. I declined to
give such instructions and he then told
mo to send Captain Riddle to him for
orders. I went to my brother, Captain
Thomas M'Lellan, and informed him
Mr. Black's design, and lie told me . :
go and inform Mr. Coyle,' president, of
the Good Intent towboat company, us
uie cainoun uclongeu to his company,
and this 1 did. The Viola's drat' was
twenty-two feet. The draft of the Thorn
dean I do not remember, but she was a
vessel ot deep draft also.
Oro. M. M'Lelun.
P. S. Captiin lllddlo, ot the towlxmt
Calhoun, has made the following state
ment in connection with tlii matter.
Mr. Black; at the time referred to oy
Captain M'Lellan, said to me that he
was determined to block the channel
through South pass bar, and that ho
bad Instructed two ot bis own captains
to stick their ships in the jetties, and
that 1 would know when I was to put
the one 1 was towing aground by a'telc
gram that would say, ''Don't part ca
bles." I hnswercd all right. 1 talked to
Captain Flynn, of the tugboat Mary
Lee, one of the captaius he referred to,
and we discussed the matter together,
and decided wo would not do It. as tho
pilots would have charge of the vessels,
and we did not think it either right or
practicable. W. H. Riddle,'
Master of Calhoun.
In an editorial referring to this corre
spondencc, tho Tliajune' says:
The incident'referred to is of so astound
ing a character, it reveals a reckless dis
regard ot public Interests nud of private
rights on the part ot a person who
ought to enjoy tho confidence ot the
public, that, were it not for the standing
and reputation ol the gentlemen who
niako the charge, we snould think it tho
freak of disorders! fancy. It investiga
tion shall substantiate the accusation,
tbo gnllty persou will deserve the sever
est condemnation ot an outraged com.
munity. Wo do not know that the law
can reach the case; out we do know that
scarcely any punishment can be too se
vere for such an act. - Men have been
known to do desperate things to gratify
their vindictive spite, but a malicious
assault on great public interests, in re
venge for a fancied personal wrong, is
something almost inconceivable.
" Baltimore, Md. I 'have used DrJ
Bull's cough syrup personally and In my
family for two or three years, and am
prepared to say that there is nothing to
compare to it as a remedy for coughs,
colds, etc. James Corrie, Dentist.
An Old Field.
The Joncsboro Gazette says: "David
McNalr, on the west side, has a field
which has been cultivated in wheat alone
for twenty years In succession: has never
been clovcrod. and but a few olaces ferti
lized with barnyard manure. Last year
oe turesned over twenty bushels to the
acre from it, which was the second best
crop raised on it. The errowlnsr croo
promises well. The squire says that
satines mm mac our sou will not wear
out even in wheat, if properly tilled."
Pkkdjudick often rules in the physic
al treatment of babies. ' They are allow
ed to suffer and scream with pain from
colic, flatulence, bowel disorders, etc.,
when some simple, reliable and saferem
cdy as Dr. Bull's baby syrup, would
give almost Immediaot relief and pcrs
tect ease to the little sufferer.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawnsetown. Evana
.. vme, lxuiivllle, Olnoionatl
- and all way landlnge.
Tlie elegant siae-itbetl iteeJiier
A'altxi B . PimiiK0T0H. ..Majter
vBAnMo m anninuTOJI.M.,,,,, ...... ........tlerx
t Will leave Cairo tTery WIDNI8DAT at
, o'clock p.m. .-iv.
' The leet ttcamn " ' '
LeaTte Cairo ctwt BAXUU'J.a.I.
KaUil (Wtavt tAVtaitshai .1... . 1 . .. .
sur unae uiroroutloa apply to :
.Aetata I. ... aU T ant) V. TAmJeaw
stapenatFadcat aad Oeninl' rreirht imt, ;
The following Cur ta probably the moat
remarkable ever offeotoO' by any medi
cal preparation for the treatment of
Oatatfrli I ' ,-"M"k1h'j'
larrh for tun Tear, and for the !( tlx ycanhtve
bra a tcrrlbln lutferor. t waa rendered partially
deaf, had butting In the hoad, palm arrow the turn
plu. duty we nit and painful eyre, awollm
and ulcerated tonnlli, hard and eoaataot eoiuli,
icvere pain acrow the client, and ever Indlcatfnn
ofeoniumption. My head ached all tho time. The
natter accumulated o raplill? In mr need and
throat that I could not keep thrm free. Frequently
at nlhl I would eprlna; ont of boii. It arriued to
me, at the point of iuSueatlon. I would then hare
rerounti to every menni in my power to dUlodiro
the iimeue from my throat and head Before being
able to sleep again. For a period of Hi yean mr
tonelle were ulcerated and o inneb Inflamed that I
rou Id with dlfllcultyiwallow. I Anally conenlttd an
eminent nurireon lu regard to an operation on tliem,
but at hie reiiuent poetnoned It. The coiutant In
flammation and ulceration Inniythroatcauaedby
the poUonoua matter dropping down from my head
had aolrrltated and Inflamed my lunntbat loouih
e,l InceMHiitlT. a deep, hard rough, Meanwlillo
myeyMoui begin toihowtho cflVtioftliln fllteuc,
eo that I lost flrth, grew ptlo.and allowed rrery
rmplora of an early death by counumptlon. When
DiattnrH hail reached th is HUge, or about ilxmontha
ago, 1 began the uae of HaiiroRU'a HAmriAL dial
roH CiTAKMH. After nalng the Ont bottle I began
to Improve rapidly. The flru doau aeemad tocitiir
my bead aa I had not known It to be for yean. It
teemed gradually to arrest the dttehargee. ft
Uufiiied mu coiiua n ihrtt dnit. By uluu It at a
arglcl toon reduced tho Inflammation aud tveil.
Ing of my lonallo, ao that they noon ceaaed to trouble
'me. The aoreneea acrota my rhett illppre,1,
the buulng noliei In my head coated, my tentct ( f
teelug tnd of hearing were completely rrttored,
and every tymptnm or dlteaae that had reduced mo
tu thn terge of the grave disappeared by the tun
of SAKPOKu'e Kadioal Open ran L'ataxru,
I havo been thus cipllclt bncauie, ns t tlrugrlat,
I hare teen a great dvul of tuflerlng from Calurrh,
ami liont to convince many Uiat this It a great
I am familiar with the treatment of Catarrh si
practised by the bust physicians, and Imvc consult,
ed the most eminont about my cote, I have used
every kind of remedy and apparatus that have ap
pearod during a period nf tlx yean past, ami htv,
vhlie follow nig tnelr use, taken rnlcsr or mi
general health,liiHobttlued no rehefoi cuoourug .
Uient from nny of theiii. s ,
llosTox.Fcu.&l 1613. GEO.F.DINSMOKE.
$rrro.M. Feb. art. 1S7S.
Then peraonally appeared the said (leorgn P".
Thnsmore, and made ohiIi that the foregoing statu,
ueul by bilu talmcrlhed I' tru . llfore ni.
bETU J. TllUMAS,.lustlci: of the Pcjce.
Each packnire contains Dr. Snnfordli Improved
Inhaling Tube, Willi lull directions for ue In all
cini'S. Price, S1.00. ror tile by ill Wholetale :,
Hctoll Prueglets throughout the rnlted Btnles,
WKRKS A POTTER, General Agents and Ti lick
tale Druggists, Boston, si ass.
Affords the most fjrafefj! relief in all
Affections of the Chost and Lungs.
CHROMIC PLEURISY CURED.
" Messn.WiXKt ft roTTXitt f7cifiiiM,-navln
for many months post suffered with a very lamu
tide, called by my physician f'hronln Plcnritv,
caused by aforincr Injury anil strain, ami f,,r willed
I used uiiiuy prescriptions ami liniments, ns well in
the en-callcd rhcumntlo cures, without the Icnst
bencQt, uiy physician recommended one of your
ColLIXB' VOLTAirl I'i.astkrs. which, to my gicst
euriirise. relieved the p:iln and torencss almost iiu.
mediately, aud I hare lioeil ahlu to ntteud to my
household nllairs ever Blnce with perfect ease and
comfort, whnrcnt, brfora tho application of your
tnvaluahla Plaster, I was scarcely able to do any
thing, i consider t hem inistiniiiblciind shall wnh
ideusuro recoinuicii'l thmi to th offln lr.l. Vomt
rcfiiectfnlly, Mhs. KltANCf :S HAltlilMAN'.
Oklamj, Me., April :il, IKS.
Theri l no medical or protective appliance thst
will prove so cratcfnl and e.Teitive in Tn kluii
Conclit, Irrliatlnn nnd SoroDess of the Chest sn,
l.uiiK. tVo believe them i:si-itilo ol' prcivutiuif,
eel Ions (liseusct ol these urgitiis, . ,
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Tin not cr.iifonndlhescPltslers with the ordinary
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ft comhiiiMiiin of Mecli'le or Voltaic l'lutit
Willi a highly Medicated Plaster, as tucn In tin)
nhoverut, Sold hr all Wlioloaslu and Ketsll Drug
(j Ma throcpiiout ihe 1'nlted Wales and Cnnadss
nnd by WLKliS & I'OTTtU 1'roprtaors, Iloston,
Miis. , .7
A cie.it Improvement I A soo'hine. heeling.
on the ordinary poious I ttrengihenlrjsandpaio
plmitcr, killing agent lu one. ,.
The manufacturers reoeiv 'd the bikhest and only
hward given to Porous Pthbtora at Ui Centennial.
We warrant Benson's Opcine Plasters to be su
perior to all other Porous Plasters and to all lini
mcnta. . . , . ..
Ask Those Who
Ask anv uhvsician If Menion'a Caouine l'ornut
Platter it not the beat platter In the world. This
remarkable article wu invented to overcome the
great objection al way found to Ihe ordinary Po
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for I jme and Weak Rack, Rheumatism, Trou
bles of the Spine and Kidneys, it it a truly won-
aertui remedy, fhyeiaans every wnere rroog
nixe its great enpenority toother forsut rite-
ten and to all linlmeutt. It relieves pain at
cnoe ana enree quieter tnaa any known piaster,
liniment or com pound.
There are dangerous and worthlttt immitatlona
u ,' Hi--. i .. .u. . 'i i..
u, Utll.WII WIV.UV . UWMSS U MV 1 1 XM 1 ill,
genuine have the word t'apoina cut througU eaon
..I..... U-! , -11.1. I.. 1I. .It-
U'Wll . IfT SUUIIUSVH, M IIH 'l.
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All stiff erers Irom this disease
xloust o bo cured should try I)r, Klas.
ners Celebrated Consumptive rowders.
These powders are tke only ereDaratlon
known taat will cure Consumption and all
aixases oi me throat and lung indeed,
so ttroDg Is our faith In them, and also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
win lorwara to every lunerer, vj mu
postpaid, a free trial box.
W e don't want your monoy until you are
reriovuy aatianeu oi meir eurauve powers.
I you life Is worth saving;, don't delay In
Civiug menu .-onuere a trial, at uiey wil
surely cure you.
i'rtoe, tor large box, $X sent to nny part
f the TJnltetl Statoi or Canada by mall on
rei-vips oi price. Auureaa,
, ASH ti BOBBINS,
360 Fulton btreeu Ureoklyn. M. Y
'JoitWTiLta, Mich. Dee.' 37, JHTT.Metsrv
Fowlee : 1 sent you AO eta. lor two boxes of
uraue a oaivw. i nave naa two and have uted
them on aa ulcer on my foot, and tt la almost
well, lteepeetlaIlyyoua,C. J. Tea NeH.
. : :; .
Trice "a eenU a bot at all druggie! i, or fent by
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Uurphvaboro Accommodatioii Lt-atea
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Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
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HOUSEWIVES USB WASHINE
"Last week I bought s 10 cent package of Wsshlne and done my washlog In one ball
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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,
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French, English and American Perramery
j jaoo yt All Kirids
The Best Extract of Buchu;
. V ';. The Best
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine. Smith's Tonic.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
Featner uusters and counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
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Shoe Blacking, Shoe Pressing, and tove Polish
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Noap EnglUn and American Soaps Fine Im
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, nal Dottles or In Broken Quanti- .
, : . . ' tlea aa wanted at low prices. .. . .
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Pish Oil
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Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Oars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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Blackintr. Stove Blackin
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
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Sarsaparllla and Blood Purifier
and all Atrue Medicines
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