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TRR'T. CA1.I. Knit A HKMiK'UATIC 1 1 K I . K' i " K ( o X V K N -TION
TO NOMIXATi; A I'ASDIDATK KOIt
The Deinoen.ts of the Eighteenth Con
fjresvional district of Illinois are requested
to send delegates to a convention to he
held at Joncslioro, I'ninn munty, on Tues
day, e.'ld day of July, 1S7S,
at 10 o'clock a. in., for the purpose
of nomiriatini; a candidate for representa
tive in the Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will lie entitled to
the nuniU'r of delegated to, and votes in,
the convention vt opposite its name below,
. Ii voli
. Iu tile counties that have not already ap
pointed delegates the Central committees
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may .deter
mine, call county conventions to appoint
delegates to this convention.
l!y order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict. J no. II. OiiKiti.v, Chairman.
A. Polk Junks, Secretary.
( Id!. I) Vtsterdav ill New York 101,
Tin-: Jackson County Dcmm -ratic Con- (
veiitioii meets at Murphysbnro on Thursday,
June ijilth, to noniinav; ( lliei i's, and appoint
Mil. JosKt'ii II. Cn.i.v, of De Soto, JaVk
Kuii county, is a candidate before the Demo
cratic convention for Assemblyman from
this representative district. Mr. Culley is
a farmer, well spoken of by those who know
Eads has gained another victory. l!y
but tw dissenting votes, the senate has
agreed that ('apt. Ends shall be paid as his
work progresses in monthly installments,
not exceeding in the aggregate fi00,(),m.
This will pr bibly case the Captain in a
financial way, and give him better facilities
to complete his great improvement.
A nisp.Mcii from Spiiuglield says the
State Auditor has received a report of the
gnv-s earnings ,,f t). nii,1();s Central rail
road for the half year ending April 111,
IbTN, which shows tin following figures;
lVswig'Ts, 4!U,::;'.',4!: rViglit. $U'j!l,-4il-s',.V.';
Mail, $!),;;;, I:,; Expiv.s, (!i.:U7..
0 ; .Miscellaneous, 0 .s;iii; Total,
DJl),4,.M,!i;i. Sev -u
p " ut. of tliis anioiuit i
or !.1!.'.J'.'!i..'i4 is to i
the state ti'.i.f uv in
o" at on ; 1 . 1 1. 1 into
"il of a'l ly . state
!e .i:;i:'!'!" of s -.-laii r Mat
e P.:- r c immitt.-e fomis
"'f po.'.tic.il circles at
1 tit ws towards t-t,
a univ.'isal topi'
Washington. That he has in-mean.-.
Hia:i'big as a senat ir. i.lel that In
ills to I
:' cxt.-nt clotted wit:; .stance the sits
p'a ioiis con-ei'iii'ig his uprightness, is con-
". I' d by many of , ,: iarii.-s. Whether
or not Mr. MattlcH - will be able to disre
gard the subpiena which is now to be Usui d
ugainst him. and thus s- tat dciiancc the
authority of the lions ., is (pjestion of
gnat interest, involving, us it does, the
prerogatives of the resp.'i -tlvt hous- t,
A Vashim,ton (.jii'i ial suys tin- ivsnlu
tiui) otVi'ivil iii thu Scimti.' to-iliy I y Mr.
Sjii'iiccr t'ov an inviMitfiili'iii iatntlia nllcqji'il
lVainls in ilu I'lri tion cdiiiiln, ami itic i!cc
tiuiis in Aluliiiiiia, Smith Curoliiia, Mifn
pipi, Fltiiiiiii 11ml Origin, ftml the" itctiuii
nf tlir Korty-fiiiii'tli I'onjjrrM mi tin' sunn',
uinl tn further inquire into tin1 overthrow
of the I'.iekiinl 'ovt rniiieiit. ami us to any
net that iiriiiiitcil it, is tlu oll'sprin of Mr.
Conkliii";. If the enmniittee is authnrizi'il,
which is liyiio means certain, Mr. ('(inkling,
anil nut .Mr. Spencer, will In; chairman.
The New York Senator, who is thus heai'il
from imlirectly, seeks this way of Iiriniriny:
out the facts in his losses-inn, which he
has ileelareil will make the ailmini-tratiiin
infamous. The real point of the ifiiio.eil
inipiiry is the reference in the tail of it
to the overthrow of the I'aekai'il yowi'iiim lit
iupI the recognition of the Xii holls piv
eminent hy JVesiileiit IlayeH, i.ml the inti
mation that it was tip; result of a lmi'ain,
Mr. ('oiiklinr, like (ien. Butler, is imxioiw
to present si mi 1; interesting r.'Velutiniis to
the country of the tloinys of the famous
Louisiana commission, (luite a nuinlierof
Ki'lilllilican senators ojiposeil the extensive
scope of the iinjiiiry, anl several to any in
Tn k Johnson County Journal in 11 reivnt
isMie, in speaking of Mr. llarman said:
Illinium kept ill- lu-tulipaiirti-i 111 l ulio wlili li
iil!ii' i-i'liiU'voiiH for lvliel spies uinl lilmkiulu
iiiiiiiiTs, wan simi-L'H-il u'"'"l", iiiiilli'lni-. cii'
11:1th. Nuw llils Is Hie kiinl nl' a mini tlu puny
tlii lli'iiiiicmi'yj IniKpul la the lli-lc!. w Im lint 11 lw
yi'iirs iiu'ii wa fiitt-rtuitilim s)ili's.
Ill replying to this thu Cardondale Free
Press (Hep.) says;
"Had Mr. Smith seen, as we saw, the
nolih; exertions put forth hythe people of
Cairo to relieve the distress of I'ninn sol
diers during the war, he would never have
penned that paragaaph. We doiilit that
any city of its population in the I'nited
States contributed more for the relief of
the sick and disabled soldiers. We know
whereof we write, and we know that the
people of Cairo are entitled to honor rather
than infamy for their course during the
war. Mr. llarman was one of the most
liberal of the Cairo people in the relief of
distressed soldiers. We have seen him
contribute, and more than one soldier will
remember him with feelings of gratitude,
Let. the Journal not wage this sort of war
fare. If it does, it will make just such
mistakes as the above, and do injustice to a
deserving people. Mr. llarman is 11 Demo
crat. As such tight him, and defeat him if
you can. That is legitimate, but do not
make 11 wholesale charge of disloyaltv
upon the good people of Cairo."
The lion. YiUium Hart .el I writing to a
niello 111 uns ru, sp;uKS tints sensibly 01
the pending contest in this Congressional
"In reference tn the Congressional (pies,
tion to w hich you refer I would say, that if
agreeable "a" round'' I would like very
much to make tin e race again next fall, but
I deem the district too close anil the result
too uncertain to make any thing like a
"heated contest" for the nomination, Tip'
! district, as you very well know, is 'uneoni
! fortably close," and to carry it next fall we
must have perfect harmony; inula ointist
.',,re the people for the nomination in all
probability would engender more or less
bitterness of feeling in our own rani's
which would most likely prove disastrous
to the nominee, whoever he might be. I
did hope to be able this spring to get home
a few days to advise with my friends in the
district on the subject ; but my committee
and other duties have so largely increased
that I timT it utterly impossible to do so,
and bene;1 I will haw to leave my claims,
w hatever they may be, in their handvsh'iuld
the convention be called before the adjourn
ment of Congress, The Republicans are
organizing for the purpose of making a
desperate effort tn carry the next house, and
propose to make a bitter light in every
close and doubtful district. They are now
trying to bridge over all differences of
opinion with Hayes until after the election
and it looks now as though their etlorts
would prove successful."
A si'kciai, to the New York Times from
Washington, dated Sunday, says that in a
conversation with Senator Spencer, had
that day, he said he intended to call up his
resolution on Monday, and would then ad
dress the Senate in advocacy of its adop
tion. He proposed that the committee
a- iioii-piirtisiiii. and consist, if the I
i,,,; ., i.i ,- i, i,. ;
icsolutmn be adopted, ut ur It", ans
aim jour 1 1 -mocriits. 1 1
les'el II lair
and thorough investigation of everything
cone-ruing the election, but particularly of
the famous event known as the Wornili y
conference. Mr. Siienecr said it could be
established tlisit a bargain Was entered
llll'i lit tlie socalleil fontelenee between
sum friends of the President, with the hit
ter's knowledge and acipiiescence, and
certain Democrats, by which it Was
agreed and stipulated that the Dem
ocrats of the house should permit the
electoral count to lie completed if the I 111111 minutes net,, re llieiliii' ster il was to
were ignored ktid discountomuiccd, and , li -it, eighteen in the Riven' head ami hc
those ut Nil hulls uinl W'aili; Ilainptiiii rec
niii.dl aipl uiihehl. .Mr. Spencer was
ipiite eniihntie in his declaration that 1 'res
ilient llayefc was fully Votriiiziint of all thut
occiirinl at tin1 Wovnisly confen-ncr. When
asked if he hml eoiisultetl his party Vol
leagues liefnre presenting the resolutinn,
Mr. Spencer shrewdly replied Unit ho had
shown the document to sunn; of them. Thu
relations lietween Conklins mid Spencer are
known to he of very intimate eliai-acter,
audit is inriuiati'd that Mr. Cuiiklin wan
consulted aliout the intrnduetion of this
HKTIIIXKS I'( ITT Ki;S I'llARd'KS AI.-
Ill T MAiiXA.MJHirsi.Y I'KIMIITS Ml!. IIAYKS
TO KKKT Ills SKAT.
-Worn I llcasoiis' " Iiy Mr. TiluYii slinitld
'ot he Iiiuiiiriirati'il Now.
Spivl:,l in the si, I.imlii .I.iiuiiiil.l
Ni:w Yokk, June II. A reporter had an
interesting and instructive conversation yes
terday morning with Henry Watterson, ed
itor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, at the
Everett house, in this city. Jle said that
he had not the slightest doubt about the
proof of the frauds; there would be ample
testimony to sustain the charges of the Pot
ter resolution. He had no doubt either
about the power of congress to declare tic
election ct Mayes null and void, if the evi
dence proved the frauds charged, as he be
lieved it would.
With reference to the agreement made
by the Democrats, so much talked of and
paraded in Kebublican papcis. that the de
cisions of the electoral commission were to
be final, he said it had no more binding
force 011 the them than an ordinary contract
would have on an individual, if it was
show n to have been founded on fraud. Yet
he said it might not be prudnit fm con
gress or the people to insist on this right, or
to attempt to disturb the present executive,
if he did nut feel it w as his duty, honorably
toresign: but they had now a right to go be
hind the returns, and even if nothing
practicable should be ace uiii!ished so far
as the present term was concerned, the Pot
ter investigation would render returning
boards impossible for all future time.
While it was quite right to show up the
political corruption in ail its hideous forms,
it would be bad policy for many reasons to
depose Hayes. It would create a great
deal of anniinosity and excitement without
gaining any important point for the Demo
Mr. Watterson thinks that in the event of
Hayes' resignation or deposition it would
not only be injudicious and impolitic, but
disastrous to put Mr. Tilden forward as
Hayes' successor for the unexpired term,
T11 come in at the fag end. he said, would
bring contempt on him and his party. He
could g;dn uo renown thereby and the par
ty could not gain any more adherents, for
the otlices are all tilled, and practically
there would be very little for Mr. Tilden to
do; and by the time he became fully ac
quainted w ith all the public duties of his of
fice and was prepared to make himself uo
I'ui, 1.:. ;. . 1,1 ,.,,. ,.,,,.,.1 .., he
would be obliged to step down and out,
without having accomplished anything,
thus destroying his claims, if he had any,
for being nominated in 10,
Mr. Watterson went on to speak generally
of the nature of the testimony already pro
duced before the Potter committee. He
believes there is stith'cicnt tn convince and
convict, and ill spite of some apparent dis
crepancies mi cross-examination 1c thinks
there is an abundance of corroborative tes
timony to show that Anderson and Leviss-t;
are telling the truth in the main, and that
th'Ti' is enough in their testimony alone to
show 1 1 1 i 1 1 flagrant frauds have hen com
mitted. Finally the report! r asked Walter
son's opinion on the resolution Which liell
janiin F. Hut lcr has prepared tunJ'er, viz:
Wiikiu:.s. A presidential elector ha
sworn before a committee of the house that
his signature atli.vd to ceitiiicates uf the
Votes of the electoral col leg.; of l.o'.;'-ii,na
w;s a fogery ; therefore,
liesolvcd." That the title of li. 15. Hayes
to the olliee of president is not valid.
Mr. Watterson declared that he could
not see how congress could avoid this res 1
!mi"ii if p!'"scnt'il.
liK.M oN-i ti:i.!) t i 1:1: I'i.omoti.ii.
Lomhin, June N- It is iu:uoim t !:.:
Loid Iteacon-lleld i to be made Duke after
the Congress, but it is more probable that
he and Lord Salisbury will leeeivc the
lleeor.itioii of the (tarter.
llNK lilsl .lt NT H.m.s.
T'he Times says the Hank of England
has resolved henceforth to discontinue tin
Use of the word minimum in announcing
discount rates, T'he bank's annouin enieiit,
therefore, will be understood to mean about
the medium Value ot' good bills, but the
bank is tree like other banks to charge
above or below the announced r.-te accord
ing to cireuiiitanccs. ''hc ultimate result
will be that the open market rate, not
bank's, will beeiiiii" tin-standard for ino-iey
'i n1: ("ii.i'miua ( (.i.i.i:i,i- i ui:w,
with iniitiy changes iu boats and rigging,
have made n great improv, iip-nt. and riv.-r
men an loud in pnis-s of their style. T'he
only laud found. is ihat theya'-e i.m light.
T'he Clew expect to be in both of the four-
oared rae, s. it is stat"d the ( 'amhridg.'
lour W!l consist ot men who were in the l'e-
,,, ,,..;, v Th- (Kf:-d crew, i;
cent university rv.ei'.
is b 'IP-veil, will Ii" eolilli'is ',
T'he ( 'oliiiiibuts urn hi vigmi
much interest i in -u i i t" --t
il IP'W III '11.
s Ii Tilth, and
in t'n m at
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I.HMiiiN, Jiuii ."i. E nd I!., em
sou ien in i i : i n loini. no tpe ei,
lill. nui, Ml'. I. I M'l.iisln','.
I.HMiiiN, Jilll'.' K. T'.l" i Mens'iiii
Evans t .iai mine . 1 1 . i -.-1 1 h k . vi
occurred at 1 1 o'elnelv
I" llll'l'lllll". 1
m i o.i r,i i oiiii'iy consists nt tiii ;i . ..
the Haven't Head' iiiid Florida. The e.
plosion Wns conlilieil In the 1 1 1 -1 li:im"d, Tile
nu n wiiil to work 1 1 U a, m, Th" condition
of lb" It i i in- had been I X llllilied us usual.
11. 11. ..Ill I . .
remainder in the Florida mine. The men
in : In- Haven's Head were got out inimedi
atdyaiul one died. The others were much
cH'cted by the after damp. The mimes m-c
coini cted by a canal, and it was in the work
in nf the Florida mine beyond the canal
tlut the explosion occurred. It in the gen
enl opinion that every man in that part of
tie mine is dead.
The explorers found the dead bodies of
men and horses on every sid fearfully
hunt and mutilated, giving evidence of the
dr ailfiil force of the explosion. A great
fill nf coal occurred.
The men engaged in exploring the mine
are working day and night, endeavoring to
reu'h the place where most of the bodies
an supposed to lie. (Jreat crowds of men,
wdiieii and children have; assembled in
tic vicinity of the pit, and general grief
pri vails, nearly every family in the village
of lliiydock having suffered a loss of one or
more of its members.
Mo powder was used in tin; mine, The
manager went down the shaft live minutes
after tin; explosion, and finding a number
of men at the bottom lying on their faces,
opened tlie ventilating doors, thus saving
the lives of eighteen men. Iii the Ravcifs
H ad mine tin bodies already found are
It will probably be days before all the
bodies are recovered. The laborers have
suffered greatly, and have had to be con
stantly relieved, a large stall' of doctors be
ing in attendance. Crowds of women sur
round the pit since the explosion, weeping
and begging for news from the explorers,
but oil the whole the p-'oph: ai'-; Very quiet
Hot si;s SKUK in:i I'UIsiiskks Aimi.sTl li.
lir.iu.ix, June s.S 'Veral houses in the
city were searched by the police yestirdav
and a number of persons arrested, lb rr
Most, a Socialist, h is been selitencid to six
week's imprisonment for persisting in ad
dressing a meeting at Chemnitz, after the
police had declared it closed. Eight
prisoners were tried here to-day for Using
di.Moyal language in speakjiig of the Em
peror, Seven Were sentenced to from the
weeks to eighteen month's imprisonment.
Judgim-nt was deterred in one case.
Till; 1'KiiPosl.l) lUsSHl.l 111 in N Kv laws.
It is considered certain that the proposal
to dismiss the Iteii iMagwill be adopted-by
the Federal council. New elections will
proiiaiiiy ne heiii Awards the latter part o(
July, l'arlianieiit is expected to meet short, j
ly afterwards. Dining the electoral period
till- Wl llTll I I'lllm'i ill lll'.ll' III. l.i'll f.,1... I
submitted to the (iermaii parliament. They
will comprise not only measures against so
cial Democratic cxeesess, but also bills rel
ative to the economical policy of the gov
ernment. Pending elaboration and adop
tion of these legislative measures the admin
istration will be occupied in enforcing tin
existing laws and regulations so far as they
may apply to cases affecting individual
liberty ot traveling from place to place.
PntiKYand enrich the blood, and you
will not be troubled with skin diseases.
Dr. Hull's Mixture is known to be a never
1 wti.t, sell on easy terms my farm sit
uated in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
good improvements, in all respects; situated
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
Matiikw Ko.m h.
For information, apply to John Hogan.
Tin fruit cans at A. llalley's. both w hole
sale and retail, at bottom prices.
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