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JNO. H. OBKKLY. Onrnl Manacer.
Only Mornine Iaily in jvtutlifm Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAI-KIl OF THE CITY AND COI XTY,
i'hH. N'ully, I-Ulitor.
roB OTATI TRKAfRril.
EDWARD L. ChONKUlTE. of titenbeneon.
FOB UlTfBIVTrMirKT "f K'Hie IXfThflTloK,
KAMVEL M. ETTF.K. of MiLn.
GoiJ) in New Tork yi-tcnluy, lOOjj.
Ctior pnH-ets in various actions of thi
rml of the State arc not tncourajrinj,'. Tlie
cimtinucl wtt woatlitr, ntft unl other
cuiwt-s conihineil leail to the opinion that
10! more than half a yu M will le reulizoil
The ApH.'Hatc CU rk camliilatcs, or wmie
of them at leant, are huy a bef working
u. their claims t the noiuinatinn, to lx
mailc for that offit e at CVntralia, on Thui
thiy wwk. Formun, of Nahville ami
Cu?, of Salem, were in Du Quoin one
luy last week.
The severing of AUlul Alitneil's jugular
vein uml the thrrwinj; of hit remain into
tli j Bosporus are among the prohahilitif-s of
the present week. It is a verj- t-ffeetual
way of ri'Ming a c mntry of an unpopular
ruler, whatever nmy lc thought of it from
a ni'Tul ttanloiut.
Thkv have iKH-n hohlinff municipal eke
tiorg down in South Carolina, ami at WYl
hn there was a serious nw. The liipatch
n are vwae a to details, hut it i safe to
i;ume that the w hite Itxuliculf, to fire the
.Northern heart ami rlinj to the hreeze once
more the Mooily s-hirt, have intiirateil
tlieir lclu'lel colored followt rs to deeiln t
violence. It is iiuiHwihlc' to ln-at any wis
tl'im into the head of anonlinary otrict
Ex-Govhu.nok IlollATIO Skymoiu, of
New York, in a ntt nt letter to Senator
Wimlom, of M'mnesotii, on water routes,
!iowk liih kv input 1 iy witli the Western
movement to improve the ".'rent waterways
of trade, when he says : ''Just now most
men think that water routes have lost their
value. The truth is, they prow in value as
new railroads are made. The Krie canal
yvi.s never worth so much to New York us
it is to-day. It carries at a low rate, and
makes the railroads do the same."
Mux. My 11 a C1.A11K (jainkh having uhitorli
ed the. major part of the most valuable real
estate in New Orleans, is now tiimin;; her
attention to St. Louis. If the indomitahle
old lady should meet with the success in
the hitter city which she has achieved in
J he. former' there will U- no sympathy for
the losers hy tlifl (ijvration, No change
in the ownership of 0 real estate; of St.
Louis fan he conceived that W'Ouhl not
"hrinjf alsmt a vast improvement in the coii'
.Oitiou of things in the MeepieVt old hnr in
CoNsttu-h Alil.hcuiitiMi v ha In en mimifcst
H us to the values producing the recent terri
ble explosions at Minneasilis. No satisfac
tory solution has yet been given, hut it is at
tributed by some to a product technically
known its the "red dog" among Hourmnnu-
J...., n-i ... 11.,, ...
laciurcrs. i lie "reu nog is extlacteil III
tin; process of purification, und much rare
is taken in disHing of it by prudent mil
lers. The stun" nppenr ns tleadly as dyna
mite. The subject will Ik: likely to receive
much more attention now from pnrtics in
crested than has been given it heretofore.
That wicked old Hoosiersnlt,I)ick Thomp
non, will wm have his hands full. It is said
1hat already suspicious looking cruft link
in many of the harlaus of tin; cniintrv,
-waiting only for a declaration of hostilities
iicrosa the water to emerge from their hid
ing places und siuncc umh the eonunerec
of the enemies of the country in w hose em
ploy they hapcu to be. One of the beau
tied of such a condition of ufVidrs will be
to show to the world the roiitcmptiU,.
standing of our country us a naval power.
Enough money has been sijuandered on the
navy de tmt nt .luring tin- yca of CTte
liOttii mlministrutiott to makej4liot;Vniti4
States, in this rcsjioct, the peer of imy nu-
tion in the world.
TiiKitE is a (.teat deal of uncalled for
hlathcr guiiiK on all over the country just
now filmt what tensation-inoners term
threatened conwnuni.tie upiisins." In
St. Luis particularly, the scare is Mug
worked up ly two newpaH'rs whose per
wiiimI anti'cedents eminently tit them for the
t;f!; of ahusin everything that smells of
hilnir or any coiiilrination that has for its
ohject the protection of lalmr. We don't
U lieve there are rive score yeinune com
munists in that expiring city. The atnios
phcre of the place would 1 fatal to any
eMended organization of the kind. Com
munism implies intensity of thought, life
andaction. These are all foreijrn to the nnsles
of existence in that antiquated place, and
even if the seed of red-handed communUm
should le scattered hmadcast, they would
never (Terminate in St. Louts. The soil is
fatal to development of any kind.
Tiik puhlication of the Cx.k county tax-
list is likely to create a passing hreeze in
Chicago. It is charged in certain quartets
that the managers of thcTrihtinc were ap
proached and told that for i 12,000 they
might have the joh. Pliilosopher Medill,
it is sail, refund to pay that amount or
any other sum for it. It was then offered
fr a consideration, so it is alleged, to the
Journal, one of the twilight concerns of
that citv, and a thick-and-tliin liadical
shouter. Whether this consideration was
paid or not dies not clearly appear. Hut
it got the joh. County Treasurer McCrca
is agitated over the c.si'.. All the par
ties connected with the tram-action ire
shining lights of the party which ostenta
tiously claims to le the conscience kcciM-r
of the county, and the revelation, therefore,
occasions no particular surprise.
Mr. W. S. Cantiiei.u of Franklin county.
has consented to lscome a candidate fur
representative in the Forty-seventh senatorial
district. Mr. Cantn ll is a gentleman of
fine attainment, a fiiient talker and a thor
ough-going Democrat. The party owes
him a deht. and it should pay it at the
earliest opportunity. In it service he has
always Keen faithful and efficient. The
success of the Democratic candidate in the
legislative contest in that district in 175
was mainly due to the splendid tight made
ly him. It materially increased the
strength of the party in that Congressional
district, and contributed in no small degree
to the defeat of Logan the following win
ter. In selecting Mr. Cantrell for the jsii
tion suggested, the Democracy will In- hut
paying a deserved tribute to the gentleman
and performing an act creditable to itclf.
Mn. MoiuusoN, one of our memlK'rn in
the national legislature, will not. it seems.
have a walk-over for a nomination or dic
tion in his district next full. Ik- is re
garded with disfavor by many of the influ
ential men of his own party, who are his
neighlsirs. Chief among the causes, as
signed for this is his course in Congress on
many of the leading questions w hich have
lecn liefore that Issly affecting Wc-t'.-rn in
terests. It is charged that he has acted
with, and Itecn subject to the intluence of
Wall Street on all financial questions. lit
is a hard-money man. lIeopK)Hd the re
peal of the resumption act and voted against
Kwiiig'a measure to secure that end. The
effect of his untiring work against the
Texas Pacific Hailriad is to retard the
grow th and pnM'rity of that section of the
country, w hich lie in supposed, in a measure,
to reirescnt at Washington. On mo-f
mcHsures affecting the welfare of the West
and South, his opMinciits charge him with
standing almost alone in his unaccountable
opposition. Altogether the indications arc
that things will be very lively in the Seven
teenth district this fall.
Tlifc uplt'me Court of the I'nited Stat, s
hti dccldc'l the fUestion of pay of work
men on navy yards, arsenals and other gov
ernment winks, utuler the provision of tin;
eight-hour law. The discussion of this
matter, when it was before Congress, was
universal throughout the countrv, The I)e-
mocrntie inemU-rs of l-dh branches, repre-
senting the working classes, insisted that 1
they should receive the same wages for;
,.!,,!. luuini' liiluir tluif 1....I fl,.....t.,t'. 1
.if" iiu m hii u rn ,
paid for ten. They took the broad irround
that eight hours const tuted fair day's
- , . . ""J "
work, ninl' that for such work fair wages
should be paid. The issue vv,i distinct I v
made up. The act us passed was opposed
by the Republican putty, with a few honora
ble exceptions, because it proposed to do
this Vfry thing. Ordinary icop!e supposed
this settled the matter, so fur, at least, as
the (lovcrniiieiit and its employes were con
ccrned. Rut the Supreme Court in passing
Usin the statute holds adversely. This eon
verts what was intended to lie an ameliora
tion of the condition of the working classes,
and w hat common justice demanded, into u
Misitive injury. Since the passage of the
act wages of all kinds have Intii reduced,
mid this decision will cause a still further
reduction where it can but be illy Isirne. It
caiko- kullkiix; Wednesday moi;njn(; may s, isrs.
' n.t wondord at tlitt the lir full
of talk of ivmmuiiisntf fcKWismtiund the
The unfathomable Ignorance of the
average Radical editor, U wily equaled ).v
his capacity for lying. The bloody shirt
having ceased to be cither available or
profitable for campaign purposes, the "war
claims" have been substituted for it, uml it
is w ith this bugbenr that they intend to
frighten timid souls, ami to present' them
selves from the righteous indignation of a
thoroughly aroused people. Heading tlieir
manufactured statements or listening to
their declarations, one Would supiost that
no claim against the government was in
existence save those of Southern cx-rebels.
and that . the only dangers to the
national treasury were from Southern
sources. Of course intelligent Republicans
know 1 letter than this, but the
thought of writing for an intelligent
auditory never enters the head of a Radical
editor. From the general tenor of their
writings, it is obvious that they suposi.
their readers an illiterate horde, ignorant
on all public matters. In such contigench s
the iHnplc, of course, have to hsik to other
sources for information. Up to the pc
risl when the Democratic party tisik jms
session of the House (US.)) the Republi
cans, (according to John Sherman's "own
statement, paid war claims to the "citizens
if the South.1 amounting to over $100,000,-
CHK). These claims were deliU-rately pass
ed ujsm by Republican department officers,
a Republican court of claims and a South
ern claims commission. All this money
was paid to "truly loyal'1 citizens nun
who were known as "Union men'1 during
the war. The Republican Forty-third
Congress, for instance, rejsirted favorably
one hundred and nine cases for danlage by
the war in Southern States, aggregating
over fSOOOjOOO. The claims were for
horses, cotton, mills, stcaiulioats, stores.
chicken-cop, and everything one can con
ceive of. When the Democratic Forty
fourth Congress came to look at these war
claims, fifty-two only were favorably re
ported, and out of these fifty-two the House
only iav.l sevent. in, amounting to $74.
4i:. This, cgainst $000.000 passed by
the previous Republican Congress."
THE CLNTRALIA CONVENTION'.
The folfiiwing are the counties in this
(the southern 1 grand division, with their
votes in the district convention, to Ik.- held
at Centralia, May lti. lSV.
Alexander !Ut . r.oe .1
Ibir.d S Mni'.M.ii Id
Ck'.boun : 'i Varniti .'1
I'iav , Vac
CllLtnti 4 Mi.r.rot S
Crawford I't-rry "
Mlwani 1 cop
F run kiln..
l'ii!a-kl . ...
. .' ki.u(.ipi)
S Kichitrd ....
4 St. fair ....
i I i.ii'l.
4 Wl..h ...
Jai kon . .
Total numln r of I- fui. .
CLEVER MEN AT THIRTY-THREE.
I'r.irn lh I'a'.l Ma'.! a,;i U".",
The !! -tutor, in an article on the mini
ti-iinl chungi . speak in a most compli
mentary connection, it must l- said of
Iird (ii-or'i- Hamilton a iimongtln- "boy"
whom 1 in I IJei.coit; Id take the tronl.ic
to fiml out. Lird (borge Hamilton is no
lonbt still a young man. and has made hi.
way in public life rapidly enmiirh. but it
ought to In- remembered that he has s.it in
the Hollse of Common a it member
for Middlesex nearly t 11 years. He i
now tliirty-ihrcc. and at that age men "f
average capacity are not UstiiiHv Imv.
, There nre almnilniit instances of stat'-smm
who. nt thirty-tlirc, hav.' been lend r of
iart'n and niler of kingdom. The young
er l'itt at thirty-three had governed K'nglalid
as premier for ten year with eminent sue
ce. and had engaged in the great struggle
with the French revolution in Fiance. At
thirty-three, Mr. ;iaitone, u a privy
councilor and president of the lmard '(
trade, was the chief t poni lit and
inti-rpreter of Sir John Robert I'eel'.
coiniiii.-rei;tl .:'Kj in the hou-v of c"iu
hions. At ihitty-thlec, M, mU ttn, aft. r
conducting the war of the national defense
with an energy and devotion which cxt rt
ed the adniiustlation of his enemies, had
returned to France and takin hi pluc.-' in
thcusseiiibly at Versailles us thelead'-r of t!i"
advanced R-iublirau paity. Tln-re i no
re'iisoii. then, in the nature of thing,
why Lord jiauibilton at thitly-three,
should not make an rftichut stieci-ssor to
Saiidou, in spite of his consignment to
the category ,,f ,ov" by the Speehitor.
A IloV W ITH Tli U EE EVES.
New llreinaii. O.. Letter: "Onite a won
tier lias Inti-lv iiimiIii itw iiiio-uruii , I ...nt '
eight mil.s nrntli of New Ilieiucn. in the;
"'"'P'' 't 'aline by with tliiee eyes mid but'
one car. I he parent re a oiing married;
couple wliociiliie here to reside from tin
. . .
i-iisii-rii Miiouo1 .Ugi.e
I ,,'M l,1,,ll,'ls and have been married a
liltli, fl il . . . I MM I 'I I ! .
V . , , ' 1 , , ' " ' '
alsiut two weeks old. The parent Wi re us-
tounded to llud on the rMit side of the face
an eye and an ear in their proper natural
Misitiolis, and on the h ft i,c of the face
another eye in it natural i.ositioii, and about
an iiuh furl her round on the left side of the
head a tjiird . ye. all perfect in form, but no
car where the cur one-lit to be. the lilac- fur
the left ear being perfectly smooth i,i,. j
solid a any other part of th'e head, The !
boy I healthy, sound, mid bright a a l.v '
baby run be. The eye mv perfect in ig!:'t !
and action. When the , y. on tli- left .id,. !
of the face otieii or hut. It. iwiii ,l,.s t!, I
same, both seeming to be controlled n. op.
crated by one set of nerves."
At one of theschiMil. in Cornwall, Eng.
land, the inspector asked the children if
they could (llote any te.Vt of Scriptl'lv
winch ton bade a man having two wlv.
One of the children sagely (lUot-i in reply
the text. "No man can '-re two masM.'"
Sunday School .b uilial.
New f Advertisements.
yoTICK TO COXSUMHKS
. . OF
The treat rel -brly of jur TIM TAG ToBACCO
1,h mused many linliiitlims tle.renf to 1h' placed ou
the market. Wo tlien-fore euatlon til chvwer
Kiilksl purelianliiii uteh linltatioii.
All denier buying or Selling otlu'r plus tobkern
bettritiira bard or nietH'illi: lube!, render tli'-msi-lvv
lialile to the penalty of the luw. and all perm!; vbs
latlni; ar trnde mark are pnnl-lmblf by liny und
tmprisoumeut. Sey aet of Con-re. Aujr. 14. 1STM.J
Tin- fi-inilne LOKUII.AHII TIS TAi ToltACCO
mn be (l'.stlnt'uishi tl iy a TIN T.Vti om-atli lump,
ith the wonl I.OIIIf Il.Alill Camped ibereoli.
Over T.lisx tun tobucco o!d In Is". u:ul nearly
S.loperot. empliiji'd lii fmtiirli .
Taxes paid (inurnment In Is", abimt f l.SKi.H'i,
and durint; p.i-t liyear. oir $Ji.iim.(ni.
Ttn-e irom! u!d by ail jobber at manufacturer'
y-The TIN TAG sMoKIN'ti ToilAi ro i
fecund to none'' In aroma, mildne. parity iad
(j li K AT ATTU ACTION
Warblnsrtun Avenue, h-twa-tr Eighth und Ninth
Pi.rii sthe i.,-st THIKTV DAYS I will !1 low
for cash my iarv;eeirtau-i.t of
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I.!. HF THE HKST l'AHTY. Cr.il ai d Exata
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pryptiaii Flouring 3H11?
Highest Ciih I'riec Paid for Wheat.
FaniieiN Toiiiicco Wai''liou(
(iciieiitl Commission Meiclmnfs-,
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ply imy quantity, by the month or year,
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Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
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For all these go to Hart-lays'.
Bald Heads, Attention !
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Papateries in large Variety,
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Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning rajteteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap I'a-
liers; Kin elopes, Hens, Pencils;
French, Knglish and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Hubher Hands,
etc. If iu Want don't buv 1111-
til You have Seen and Priced.
For all these o to Rarclays.
(Jrav Hairs !
Now's Your Chance !
Cakhulink at Hakcj.ay.-'.
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
ImiKirted and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For the.c iu Original Rottlc and in
Hulk, ro to Harcla!)'.
Daiidruif Out ! Henie !
Cai bolino at Jiaivlays'.
If you want a little Varnish,
Furniture Polish, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine, White Lead. Paint
or Colors of ankind,a White
wash Hrihh, Paint or Yarn Mi
Hribli, Stove Illacking. Shoe
Dreeing, Sewing Machine Oil,
or any of an Hundred other Articles
in Raily l, go to llarclays' Inur
Store, cither on the Lcvco or on Vah
iiisftoii Avenue, ami Oct What You
Want at Prices to Suit the times.
Cai bolino lor Mm.; Toilet.
Feather Ousters. (Mrich and
In very Lmirc Vuiicly and at liotfoiik
Prices. Ak uml See at HaiTliiy'.
'Mai'clnvH in Mm LMiuh.'.
IJuy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Promo Cltloralum,
Now is flic Time on tlicn tiwnh to buy
dlicup at JlttrclftyV..