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The opinion iu widc-pjiri-aJ thi.t the
Chifiiiro Exchange, in petitioning for one
hundreil thousand men to suppress Com
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im m-iim-s iorsooK ii, hnu, witii a Uogiierrv
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"itself on paper.
The GreenlwkerH of the Kifhteentli dis
triit tlint is the majority of them will
have none of the name of " National " in
tlit irs Toledo and Sprinjrfield to tlie con
trary notwithstanding. "What's in a name,"
indeed, that it should he permitted to de
stroy the harmony of those who have under
taken to right all the wrongs of an afticted
t.inl suffering people?
It is said in journalistic circles in St.
Tiouis that M:ij. K. II. Sylvester is on the
eve of severing his connection w ith the St.
Louis Times. While this news will ho re
cmi d with regret hy all the reader of that
i Mrllent journal, it will create positive sor
mv among the ranks of the original and
'ver-faithful hand of suhscrihers who have
followed the Times with unshaken faith in
all its vicis-itude. It is !mi said, in the
sami' connection, that the Major will go to
"Wa-hington to till an editorial chair on the.
Vost. Wherever he goes, he may surely
reckon on the hest wishes of all his host of
friends in Southern Illinois for his future
prosperity and happiness.
"Wi: have patiently liided our time, and it
has come at last. For the first time since
affairs over the water threatened to
ciiiluoil K;iia and England we think we
are aide to s'-eonr way clear to tho expres
sion of an intelligible opinion. It seems to
b" definitely settled that the long-talked of
European C'nnr(k will meet and that n full
discussion of the jMiints raised liy the Sau
St-fano treaty will he had. This is one of
those peaceful victories no h s renowned
than war; and to England belongs the
erViit of hriniring the sulk bear tn
Hstui t reavnii, mid to understand that
oilier p.iwers iioscssei rights which had to
hi- respected. If the opinion which now
seems to prevail on all hands is based upon
sound logic we may expect as a result of
tic congress a temporary peace at least;
and this is all the most sanguine believers
in the ( ftieai y of the proposed congress can
hop- for. It will s-t:l e nothing dctinitclv.
Jt win simpiy pus to the near future a
mriict which Hiissia n-m- wi-i lv doclines
1 1 i:ecipitat". The rivals for power in the
E.,t recognize the certainty of a linal strug
gii' for the ni'ist'TV, and will bend every
energy for sf.ccess at that time; and this
S'T,itr. anoth-r victory for the irrepresst
!.!, Essex statesman. This time it is over
his inveterate enemy as h,. cns it the
press. The house had s';ari ey recovered
frr.tn the surpris" andconfastm into which
he had thrown it by thcSlael(Wbomb.lefore
it awoke to tind the old hero who injured no
reh 1 but the one he hanged at New Or
leans, had stolen another inarch upon them.
"JBy a cicely poised parliaiiitntarv trap" lie
sprung upon the house, at the right time, a
Jill, which is describid l'y one of those
newspaper whkhyicw it iTilihe light j
a personiy injury, ui'a bill to starve nflw'
His andfittn the powninciipriqung of
tif:1' tl'ill n conci'M'd in uiorivs
of spite and malice, and without a thought
as to its effects on the public, service, of
course it is irredeemably bad. Nomieknow
tlmt Mtcr than the (Jcneral. No doubt, he
intinidetl tllatit slioilld kOiail.fortliiij vtrj1
fait better illustrates the power of the
wicked yld iu.iii. He has fairjy beaten the
army of Washington correspondents out of
their boots, and when lie claimed on the
tlisir of the lmuso nbnnt six years since,
amid pitiless and unscrupulous warfare
made Usm him by the kid-gloved, dainty
press of his own faith, that iod had
created him, nnd not the newspapers, he
was uttering a truth that few public men
could say of themselves and none dare ut
ter. We cannot help admiring the pluck
of his uneiuivocal badness.
Is the hist issue of the Metropolis Journal
we rind the following:
' W'v hHve untli'ert t tin t qniti' it niimli. r of our ex
cliuiii;e' lisve nii'Dtloiii il the nmiu. of W. M.
Murphy. Deputy Keviinu' collet tor. of Cnlrn. h l
fiiliulilc pi rsoti In rvei Ivo the Id piililKnu uominu
tloii (or this poiilon. We tke pP u'iirv lu iUliiifi
our ti stiiniiny to that ol'otlurn. who lisvv irriutl ut
Mr. Murphy Is not oaly will (jtulitled fur thi
ponliion. I.ut lie Is a man of mk'Ii stt rliu houoiy
unil Irr.'proiH hiilile merit, Out his uotuluatiou wouij
mid utiriii'th to the Kt pulilUitti tiiki t in every
county enilirueed l.y the Soiitln rii (.nonl llivislou
ol the Supreme Court JiirlMlktloii. If Mr. Murphy
will ncccpt. let hi in lie nominated liy nil menu."
If the Republicans are determined to
risk a forlorn 1hk' next fall in this Grand
Division they could not select a more gal
lant leader than Mr. Murphy. Few men of
his age are as fortunate in the character of
their friendships. Among us, where he has
resided the greater part of his life, he is
universally esteemed and respected. He is
manly, honest, broad in his views and sen
sible in his application of them; in short he
has all the traits which usually distinguish
good Democrats, and it has always puzzled
us to reconcile in him so much that is merito
rious with his unflinching Republicarsm.
His ersoiial friends among the Democrats
are legion, and they will regret to a man the
sense of duty which will compel them to
vote against a clever gentleman in order to
administer a finishing blow to an organiza
tion honored by his membership.
Among Eastern journals of prominence
and influence, the New York World, if we
except the Graphic, may be Faid to stand
alone in giving an unrcqtiVMCul supsrt to
theschemeof inipro !ng the Mississippi river.
The people of that vast section of the coun
try interested in what is to them the
most important of pending public meusures.
cannot be otherwise than grateful for the
powerful aid rendered by so powerful an
ally. It has evidently studied the subject
with u desire to get at the actual truth, and
among the nsults of that study is an
earnest advocacy of the jetties. In a
recent editorial on the subject, it says '-the
effects of the jetties have Is-en very marked
and curious, and are readily seen by inspect
ing the models. One of the predictions of
failure of the jetty system was based u)Hn
the belief that the sand and mud removed
would be found forming a new liar at the
mouth of the channel. The very reverse of
this has actually is-curred. Tin- eat wind
prevails almost constantly at the mouth of
the river, and the eonseijuenccs of this is a
prevalent sea current to the west. This
current presses under the lighter water dis
charged by the river at right angles to it,
and as the river discharge, increases in
strength and depth,it acts like an enormous
loom thrust out from the laud into the sea.
under which the salt w ater current passes to
the westward, and beneath which it exca
vates a deeper led for itself. The existence
of this current was denied bv the engineers
who opposed the jetty system, but Mr.
Ends, confident of its existence, cur veil the
jetty channel so as to bring the river dis
charge at right angles to it, the natural di
rection of the outflow over the bar beiii''
nearly opposed by this current. The deep
ening of the sea Ixittom inimediiitelv in
front of the jetties amounts to six or eight
feet, and it is very marked, even out a mile
distant from them. Large deKsits of sand
and mud have Wen made on the sea sides
of the jetties almost t the very ends of
them, by the wave action of the sea and
by the escapement of river water through
the willow walls of the jetties, carrying
with them large rpiautitics of mud
and sand, which fall in the still
water outside the ietties." If then
gives' a succinct- review of the dif
ficulties encountered by ('apt. Eads during
theiirogresaof the work on the jetties,' .the
hardships entailed upon him, in a pecuniary
s''iisu by his present contract, and concludes:
"Mr. Eads has his case not only backed
up by the complete triumph of the jetties
and their silent but effectual disproof of
the arguments and predictions made against
them; but his undertaking and the whole
theory of the contract places it so far alioVe
the usual taint of of jobU'ry and ringsH'cn
lation that It is eusy to understand the uu.su
of the general favor with hich his appmtl
t Congress is received. '. Hi; has Irvtrj
reason to expect not only just, but lik-ral
TIIK DAILY C'AIUO ltUIXKTIX: TUESDAY MORMXfi, MAY
treatment, ami tho l'f mnjjy demands
thatevrty ptfler nicfrbs b&, usl toJjiasten
the completion of tl jetrff s, since tlfev iriva
assurance of a deep and f!afe nlitlct Mr tli'if
immciiM! commerce of tho Mississippi
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RANK OF ENGLAND FORGERS,
II )W MACISiSAiy AM) I1IKWKI.L11EAU tllKIK
f .Ocor MdonahJ, -the M fc.ujk c.v
iiiUite, and Aust' i lliron R'nlwell, the
Rank of England forgers, are reputed to
bc.dy!,ig in prison iu England., ,RU1, u
has fati'lySsTitteii n imthct'u:' lett'er 'to jier
sons in th's city who were active in his
capture, describing bis jail life, and la g
ging them to intercede with the Rritish alt
tlmrties to have his term shortened. ,The
sentence of tlu fingers is life imprisonment,
and was imposed on them in the Old Bailey
conn 'n liondon n August, in 1874. Pn
ions to that time Macdonald had Imm-m a
pHsoner for several mouths in Ludlow
street jail, pending his extradition. Jb
was also detained in Newgate with his
confederates for sonic time before, their
llidwell writes that the torture of know
ing that he has gut to pass his whole life in
prison is rapidly killling him. He prays
that his predecessors shall extend to him
some positive encouragement that his sen
tence is not to la-prolonged the rest of his
life. He adds that he needs such hope to
keep him alive, and if it is not given him
he will die under the sus'icnse of continued
imprisonment. He asked to have Clarence
A.S'Ward and others here who were prom
inent in his extradition, petition the Eng
lish government to nmiiratu his sentence to
twenty years, that he may have some hope
of out-living it and gett'ng his liberty. An
answer has Urn returned telling him that
a petition in his behalf would be of no avail
and encouraging him to trust in Rritish jus
tice, which will deal leniently with him af
ter it is thought that he is sufficiently pun
ished for his crime.
There were few tidings of McDonald. For
some time he has Urn making mats in
Portland prison, but the last account of him
was that he had been sent to the hospital
in a dying condition. He is thirty-two
years old. The forgers are kept in separate
prisons. Bidwell is in Rcntonvill prison.
His younger brother. George Bidwell. is in
Mill'iirn jail, and Noyes Hill is in New
gate. Hill is thirty years old. His father
is a Baptist clergyman in Connecticut. The
Ridwells are from Michigan, and are known
to ex-Vice-Presideiit Colfax, who helped
them out of trouble some years ago.
The prison life of the fogcrsis very rig
otous. They are kept in solitary confine
ment, and are allowed to see the "face of a
visitor or talk with any one other than
their keeja rs only once a year. They can
write but one letter in six months, and In
fore it is mailed it must la- read by the
governor of the prison, whodecides w hether
it can lie sent to its destination. They are
IwTinitted to receive only one letter in the
same iet'Tvul of time, and Ix fore it is de
livered to tlu m it is submitted to the gov
ernor for his insertion. Since the im
prisonment of the forgers lagan they have
not la-en visited by any of their relative s in
Have Yoi- a (Won. That dry hack
ing cough is the herald of approaching con
sumption. To check the swift progress of
the destroyer, prompt and h cisive lnfasiires
must be restored to. A dose of Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horrhound.
taken when the coughing sja'lls come on.
will afford immediate relief, and eventually
effect a thorough cure. It will la- found
equally beneficial in all forms of throat and
lung 'lb:dcrs. In cav of croup it is of
inestimable value. Call at the drugstore
of Barclay Brothers and inquire ul h ut it:
they will furnish you with a trial size lit
tle for 10 cents. A largosize .V cents and
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant
to take, end rt-qtlircsnophysic. Price Wets.
Piiaiticai, Wisisim. An ancient adage
says, '-In time of peace prepare for war."
Is it not equally wise to prepare for sickness
in time of health; Win n anticipating a
journey, guide books and maps are studi
ously examined, and all possible informa
tion of tin- route and country obtained.
Yet many make the 'journey of life" and
throughout the entire trip remain almost
strangers to themselves, in profound igno
rance of their abilities, and have no knowl
edge of the physiological laws that govern
mind ami matter. To such, life is like a
boy handling an engine, he may have as
certained how to start and stop it, but he
knows not how to ki-cp it in running order,
The People's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser, an illustrated Uiok of over IMiOpugis,
is designed by its author lis a jsipular hand
book of anatomy, physiology, hygiene,
medicine and tin; most common diseases to
which all arc liable, and with which many
are afflicted. The Work Is replete with
sound, practical suggestions. Price. $1.. 10
Address the author, R. V. Pierce, M, I)..
Buffalo, N. Y.
A Manu kst Anst hditv. It is manifest
ly absurd to claim for n mere stimulant,
tonic ami alterative prope rties. Yet this is
what is daily done by the vendors of cheap
local hitters, colored to make them iok
attractive, and agreeably flavored, but the
alcoholic basis of w hich is of the vilest and
most hurtful description. The transcend
ent success of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters,
the leading alterative tonic 'of flic United
States, has induced many of ihesj compoun
ders of drsms in disguise, to attempt the
counterfeiting of this standard medicine,
but their Cll'orts have never proved success
ful on a large scale, and they have them
selves in many instances "cmne to grief,"
throni-h the instrumentality of the law. "
'The genuine Bitters Imvr, Indeed, a
spirituous basis, but thcy.ure' emphatically
a meUicinc, nince their Itntanic ingredinnt.s
arc signally etllecaiouH in overcoming ami
preventing chills anil, fever; dysm psii, liver
coniiluint,, constiptvlion, iijid uiuny other,
iliMii'ilors, . . . .
TO'Iili-c Down the Mississippi.
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ComniciTial Avenue and Eighth Street,
V. llltOSS. I'resldel.t.
Y. N EH'. Vice-l'r.-id, nt.
li. WKI.I.s. i ii-hicr.
T. J. hh 1(1 11. Assistant ('Hshler.
UlHEl Tolls :
K. Hro'S. Cnlro; Willinin K!u;.'. Ciiiro;
I'eler Nell. I'nlro; Wlninm Wnlf. rtiro;
A. Mi-ankii. i niro; R. I., pilllne-iey. si. I.ouis:
E. limit r, I Hlfo; K. II. Hrlnkiiikii. si. l.oi.;
II. Wi!l, Cbilo; J. V. i.lenisou, Lukdoniu.
i (.ENEIIAI. HANKING JU SINEsS DoNi:. T.x-
lnilie mlii n.d PnUL-hl. Interest pi.id In Un!
Miiinc" lii'phrtnii ut. ( ollcitlons Diude i.d u.l
tnisiiu s promptly mti i.rti d to.
JNTEKI'RISE SAVINGS RANK,
Chartered March 31, RJii'J.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTIT.ET pn d t,, t posits Mrrh Ht and Sep.
teinhrr Is:. Ii: r. '. uot ::!.(! rwn : m!di d im
nn diatfiy lu iLc fr.iirtpt! of the di posits, tLcrcl.y
;::ll' ihtui ioc.i . llu icier, st.
t llIMren and n:rri d euii n ntny di petit
monfj and do "i.f Hse i aa Uruw it.
WALTER HYSLoP, Tni.Ast hkh.
PURANCE AGENCY OF
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I II II HI, A-sets. $.SB.!i.S.i.
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ltlKs WHirn.N AT K.Mli HATES.
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Ti ni tliir'i sirsi t m il llulhn.pV nvcniii- iterm
- rlv oceui1sr l.y - I'tililvmiitiiiniiiL- rune rooms
nihI i Mltr, uith stiil.le. wool shed. 1 1, . n,i iu lir-i-i
lns njk mid smint-d ;u tlie mu.-t, u,r:M i,;i nt
mminep. Also 5 ht;-i. s're loom, sitimted at No
Ml Ohio LlM'S. i'.ll'.T, feet.'
Ken Sai.(. -A bUi-:-'. I.kriicss, .!t '. Blue, a No 1
I'or termor pf.rtirulnrs frrtu ir nf
A ! SC'lllloKUEl!. A.xt.
No. soot,.,, i.(a,
KYV YORK STOIiK,
WHOLESALE AND ItEXAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY. , ,
i'or. Nineteenth street ubd i l1.iii.i 111
Commtriial Ave., ( ' A rtllO. Ui.
c. o; iatii:u At co.
HYKINU AMI KKXnVATINU.
r.O.'R OLD CLOTHES
cs nr. nr.ACTtri'Lt.v
pykd oh Hi'l'pAini:n
At u Trlfllnir Eipi-nsi'-C. 0. I.
( has. siiki.t.ey; no. ?ie eighth st.
IW l.adii l' and Oi ctV o!d Lata mdc tew.
Decorations for Antique Pot
tery, China, (f lass and, other
Ware; OoM ami Silver Tajier,
Tissue ami (.lazed DaDer, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps,
Lyres and Crosses; )Ioss, line
Colors; Wax Flower Iibtruc
tion Hooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all these rn to Raiclays'.
Bald Heads. Attention !
Cai-boliuo at 3arcla v'.
Plain and Fancv Stationery;
Papateries in large Variety,
attractive for their Heautv.
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning I'apeteries; Letter.
uitc, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
lters ; Envelopes, Pens, Pencils ;
French, English and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time:
Chalk Crayons, AVhite and As
sorted Colors; Hubher Hands,
etc. If in Want don't buv un-
til You have Seen and Priced.
For all these co to I!aiclaV.
(trav Hairs !
Xovs Your Chance I
Carp.oi.ixe at Hakci.av.s.
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For tlics,- in Original Ilnttles iiiii in
I'.iilk. co t'i Harclaj'.
Dandnift'Out ! lleme !
Cai'Violinc at JJaivlay.-'.
If you w ant a little VarnMi.
Furniture INdih, Linseed Oil.
Turpentine.White Lead. Taint
or Colors of anvkind.a White-
wash Hruh, Paint or Varnish
Ilruh, Stove Hlackiiig. Shoe
Dressing, Sewing Machine Oil,
ur any of an Hunilicil other Article
iu Daily I'm; co to Ha relays' I'ruar
stoic, cither ni the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, ami Get What You
Want at Trices to Suit the tunc.-.
, i i and (lentleineii,
Cai-liolino lor tho Toilet.
Feather Dusters. Ostrich and
In very Larce Variety and 'ut Hottonv
l'riees'. Ask and See at Rare lays'.
liarclavs' is the I'lacc.
' . K 1 ' ' ! I I
Huy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Hroino Chloralmn,
Chloride Lime. .
Now Ih the Time on these Goods to luy
Cheap at Rare-lay's.