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CAIKO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 23, -1079.
OHU IAL IMKUIiittV.
. , City Oftiwhi.
Minor- Henry W Inti r.
I. ur r-- M. r'. I'arkt-r.
ji'li-rh- J. II. I'hllil.
kiiainior--Wm. H. lilllc tl.
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McUlt JniSj'-O. A. Hark r.
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i ,'inty Jinli'i'H. x. Yoruin.
tt my Clerk H. J. Iluinm.
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tlbill Mm Cvdar MM-rtr; nnl't s't,hiU. :l
iu .Ml 7610 p. ui.; Sunday Scunoi I n) p. in.
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I) VANTAGES ()F
The Kan lily Salegusxrd!
0cr i-tUr lUitM IV.kl,i t of petroleum
F01? ALL ILLUMINATING PURPOSES.
ktival anl Iparture of 'Iraiim.
li.LINU!! CESTHAL RAILROAD.
SMI p.m. 1:10 p.m.
4w.m. 11 4t p m.
In K:iti.m tivim.
.,t. , :;yjpm twyni.
JAIK'J AND VIN fc.NSKS HAILI.O.iD
Amtr. ix pn.
10:)p.m. 4:45 rt.m.
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titalmru A-(.imllloti W ti4p.ni. t:l&p.m.
itrpt hntulay. tlxrtpt Huudy.
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IV W THE SHORTEST KOITE TO
IIVC'TIIK SIIOKTEST TO LOi i
u : i.'-itl.u; i!tv. i,ur ini lin:!irn to invi'tii.t! tliu H-c,i!;.r mcrift 1"
ar'.oi pad of i't;nMt lVtroIruiK, ak why
E L A I N E !
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Lrvi;npML, Janiury'2!?. 2:"0 r. M.
Whijftt :i:t- Wiutcr, s 2J;
Spring. ,;s 201(s 2.1; (.'uliforoiii nver-
0(,t. Ha lOd; 6r,0s 4J; CnliforuLi duo,
9s iMQjti C.iHl l!';W, 22s H1.
XKW YiiliK t.R.UN.
Kl.w Yoiik, Juc jury 22, 1:20 r. M.
Whuat Quiet-Winter, No. 2 Cliicug, 08
(CJ.99; No. 2 Jiilwuukei', 1 001 01; Ik-d
Winter, fl OOttfl 11; No. 3 IUhI Winter,
1 10&1 lo.1 ; No. 2 Alnkr, 1 0Trl 08.
Corn Quiet HtCuiiHT, 4tl "4 : No.-'), 4.jis;
No. 2. 4.
CHICAOO OltAIS AM) I'ltOlllTK.
(.'uiCAi.o, Jaounry 22, 10 A. M. Pork
March, $9 70; April, 'J SO. (,'oru--
Ffbruarj-, :Jli; March, ai;: M:iy, yi8'.
Whcat-Fcbruar)', W'T; ; Maivlt,
CiucAoo, Junurtry 22, 12 m. IV irk
March, !) :jj bM; April. 47 'J bi-1.
dim Jaouiiry. SOf! Feliruary, ;
March. 3H,'; Muy, 35,'. Wheat-February,
80' ; March, 68.
FROM SPRING FIELD.
further, it rsnnot be t';,vt (Ii n. It!.'i :k
hehitatwl wlintlier ho wmilil jd t. Lincoln
or Jed'. I)uvi- at the W:.' inning of the' war.
llcw;is u Democrat, bir w;is not at that
tune ilenouncinj; th irnvtt Douirln art'!
Jms Jih;. W'hat a' our elitr:li
i'lur thi.r are hel.l
in Homo h'jpt retitiois w.'Lsv. to In- mi
wrl thur ovt'u tl.e att.t. sphere hich h
breathoil from BiOib-nh to Subbnth has l
Ims hermi'ic;!l.v ucftleil a!t thr.r.trf the week"
wiyinj,' li niilit m l! thf 1 .mfv-urri- party j ' l' hreati:el over ugnia this rxt Sunday
but in-ctot'ii not tlelivir it. (.i'u. JUaek
wasalw;i for his country wIh-Ukt thrrc
w;ts oIKce us rewBr'l or not.
All the nominations liuvinsr m not'le,
the ?Maker ordered the clerk to ell the
roll, whirh was dope with the lollovlii" re
Miill: For Julm A. Ii'an, 0 totrs;
ForJ.C. JIUek, 0;
For Alexander Camphel!, 10;
For J.MeAulifT, 3.
The KpesikcT then declared that John A.
Iaihh w as the choice of the house of re
rescutativei, of the thirty rirst ir.'neral &
seiiihly for United States senator for mx
years from the 1th of Mar h, 17!).
A F K A K F L'L I N I I CT M L N T.
by the sunie'eouLTei'ail.in. I uu not vn;v
much of a ritulitarian, yet 1 confess therr
is a punj; enters my mi.1 every time Jjuw
one of thevi buildinf.'s and took at the enor
mous amount of capital shut up townee'.
Why don't tUy ni tko th- ctnirc.h phiee .
w!iieh peoplo n df t, euti r, a place witTi
W'hieh they b;.vj im wtnm phasi.nt iissor.ia
tions they have with the theatre J Tie;
pofjrest clorgjmen who knows how to put.
si'nt-nces together n nkx an andienc
in a theatre on Sunday nifht. Why lie,
cruise pwpl! like t-heassosiation; tli.y htwv
had pleasant time there, and
THKTW;i.t. OO AGAIN. .
Why don't Iheymidco the ehuirho places
into wl:c! th) pt ap? '-gind.t(Miiui-
cheerful, Iright, not tt' llee, jilaees in
which they would have entcrMimueniK, in--tructior.,
help of a!l worta on . ?.-y and br
ulflit, not rhro'.tgh one Sabbnth "iimrnln;'
and one Sabbath ev.nini.. Iul rhroui'li
TJIK FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL.
lt()c Fahrenheit Fire Test,
In frkfer iLo l twr than Other Oils? It it because ELame
CA NNOT BE EXPLODED !
The editor of the Eliuin (X. V.i (iKctfe I every day nod every r.i-rlit in the year? Kx-
arraigns the llepubliean party on the fob j l!i:ll.Y w!:t the church oii'.t to In to a
lowiii" counts, all of whirh am correct : : 'ar'' evtent, nt leasl the tlieiiire in.
"The Dcniocratic p'.rty has rude m;--lakes,
but it 11 ver coiuiiiitted 11 crini - kud
DETAILS OF THE SENATORIAL
And i the ery lll-K d'rile of llhituinating Oil from which, in the process of
l ktii.fi ture, Every Impurity Has Ilcfii Elliniinated. Elaine is Free from
Ifn.'uie uud I'arattlne. In Color, Elaine is Spring Water White,
and iDi Fire Tci-:" is So High as to make it an Absolutely
-r ife as any Ilhtiuinant Known. Ilaring No Dis-
' agreeable Odor, Elaine is a Pleasant Oil
" For Fntnily use.
IT DOKS NOT INCKi:ST TIIK WICK
And thus in avoided its Fr t: i.t Retiiinn.ir;
CAITJoN should le used in the pun-liftsc nf Llhine, ;. it fnat
)xpu!arity hah induced the intnuluction of iiuitaii n.
K AND VASIIINToN. . .
Ut'C THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
IX HOURS SAVED
ur uf 'ittur n.iit iiiukiii' Ow n
a.ti'iiwr tiT ntlicr rnut' i imk cnnni-c-
a-l rid'- ail nit'til. wnltlin' fiomom to mi
mull ciMiutry -lut'eu" h f omr. in run
l.f I) LMVniK FACT ami 'uki-our 4 : t:
lM II Id It 1f , train, r h IiIiii! Iu
Kuc.npoliii, I'liu liiluili mid Ln'Oi-vllli' m'.i"
ilni i' uvi' and nrin ui i'u!r a' r. 11. :
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Ii liVkt-t- uli'l vii'ik ui ail Important
1.1.KH i;nswn.i. UILI.ri!.
I I t'nr--. .L" Tt. Oi'llrml SBl I.
.. 1:, on r.cii. i'iioiii r aip in.
DYKING AND KKNoYATiNG.
ASK FOR USE X0 OTHER OIL IX YOVR LAMPS !
KOK SAl.K iJV
I3AI1CLA.Y .I3.MOTI 1 EHS,
AVJk )hsalc Aircnts,
( an nil ur.M vircu.Y
D Oil HKPAIKEI)
It a Tritllnt: llxiienm (.'. . l.
IIELLKY, NO. :J0 SIU1ITH ST.
ami iimtn' old hi vsitu r,w....
a, VaJUKTY STOlih.
)I R KAKERY."
oYVI f lis AM" HSU.
Kighth Street, near ('oinniorciul Avenue.
HVLKKALE AND RF.TAIL.
arwt Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY '
rSOLD VERY CLOSE
Llh stri )(
V. RKSCH, nti'iMttiiTOit.
iruvSnu Hurled n ttrnt eliiNU 'llaki-ry, nnd t.!n d a
ilri't'i liixi' M. I.niiU linker lu ctiuir, 1 am pn-puii d
1. 1 furnlhli
CAKES OK EVERY JlKSCRirTlOX,
from ttie plalno! in the innct f'liboruto kind, nilt
Hlilu for wi'ddlHCi'. I'hIIh. fte. ; atwi all kind of
llrcad. I'lia and l'atrv, at tliu very luwc-t niten.
Ordi'ra will h pnmilly tilled. A delivery wnuoit
will run daily to all purl of tho city for the amim
irodntlmi nl riii-toiiiem.
A iiare of tin" piil.llc iatn.imK,. in i(.n(.(l. mirt
ntli.lin lloii umiraiuocil,
JfEW MEAT -MARKET.
No H0. Ohio
Unof tliu Buffalo Hond,
K0MHLKH I'.KOS., rrojiiietors,
A Ml n'l fwnplrt npj)l f thd Jit or all
klntfii im-al a'way ua liiilid. Ordi'f III led al any
Wan'i 'ii!c ni.il ri'lnil i. n'.vr in
OYSTEIIS AND PISH,
Oyster in Hulk and Can. Sea Kisli,
Xittio Fisli, Celery uiul (iiune.
Pa'ttisiliir attention paid to nr!i-r from abroad
nnd all u k Kuariiiit---il w hi u Iii';k J.
C. I 1 A N N V,
Wlioli'titli'M.d Iti tall
ROOTS AND SHOES,
SpuiNi Kini.t). Jan. 21. After the intro
duction of suvcral bills, the most important
of, which was one instructing the IUraois
delegation in Confess to advocate an
amendment to tho constitutiou providing
for Hie election of United States Senators
by a impiilar tote of the people,
the president of the 'nate announced that
thn hour lihd arrived for the special onler,
Wi'iich was to ballot for a United Statin sen
ator, and that bo would entertain nomina
tions of candidates.
Mr. Whiting placed in nomination John
A. Logan as the R-puKiean candidate,
whose nomination was seconded by Messrs.
M'yboin and Hunt. All i-mkt i remarks
cu!ogitic of Mr. Logan.
Mr. Dearborn, in lehaif of the democracy
p'acei in nomination John C. Rlack. The
nomination was seconded hy Messrs. Callnn
and Merritt. e;uh making complimentary
speeches in behalf of Gen. Black.
The roll was then culled with the follow
For John A. Logan--'?!.
Fur John C. Riack- ;t.
John A. Lo'.'.in w.is then d'- lure i the
choice nt the senaf of the :!lst jieneral as
sembly, for Unite, St;.tes vnutor for six
I yeiifs '...mi ttie 4th uiiy ot .V."i: h ne.r.
l'l-h'iii'.g tin.' C'ii!id;".-atiu'ii ot some uuim
pottant business, the spc-ak' r announced
that the hour having arrived, fixed by joint
reo!ution of this assembly for the purpose
of electing a United States senator to repre
sent Illinois in the eougreso of the United
States for six years from the 4th of March
next, the house would now proceed to vote
for senator and nominatjions were now in
Mr. Mason. of Cool;, h br'ialf nf the Re
publicans placed in nomination John A.
Logan ill a very pretty oratorical cIout.
His speech was well prcpan d and delivered
wi'h line effect. It consisted chiefly of a
recital of Logan's military career, glorifying
hiia much as a suhlier, but had little m it
us t'J Logan's abilities as a statesman.
Mr. McKinley then piwnteil John C.
Rlack as the Detiioeratie candidate lor
United States Senator. said the candi
date presented by the Dcmocnicy needed
no eulogy from him. His shattered arms
spoke more eloquently than he could
of the part Oen. Rlack bad taken in
the late war. There was no spot or taiuish
on his record, and nil I mild say
would add but little to John C. Ill.ick, w ho
stood fourth as the true representative; of
the people, of this great state mi constitu
tional government, (uitinuiiig in this
strain, Mr. McKinley closed with the re
mark that a statu which had hail a Doug
las and a Trumbull in the United States
senate would never b.1 disgraced by electing
John C. Rlack to so exalted a position.
Mr. Fiekliii socoiuh.'il the nomination of
General Rlack in ft speech lhat brought
forth much applause lrom the friends of
that gentleman. The speaker was surpris
ed in this war talk of Republicans ifud be
lieved that the timo had arrived now iii
this peaceful country when war should
consi) und the Republican, party stop arro
gating to jtsclf ull the 'trot lit of putting
down thu rub tlllun. An many DcmxnU
took part la that ntmgglo as ( Us
publicans and as brave men,,' It
wna unjust,. for Republicans to say they
did it; it nan not true.' Tha Iein'cratlo
pnrtv would eiirt as !otijV lti ptiblicun
government existed. As for an the inL'i'i'rv
it is a party of p-iu-'pil. of tit.ilitv :ul o! I
aggrcs-ivi'ne.s-. " j
"Itir.Tjigtm the R'p:;li'!c in pi-ry as a
party of inconsistency, in ttiat it made a
canvass oa the policy of expeiticni'v, Tying
hard money, when all it recur.) shows it to
have been a party of dishonest money
which gave the country an inflated paper-
the forced r'triction of which has depre
ciated pron-rty and bankrupted th i ople.
"The Republii an party is a party rimt
gave the people rags and rich hn-n gold.
"The Republican parly is a party that
dishonored tho contract under which the
national bonds were issued, und in lieu of
greenbacks gave their fortunate holders
"The Republican party is u partv of mo
"The Republican party is a party of class
legislation and favoritism.
"The Republican party is a party of
fraud, of dishonesty and of rascality.
"It made possible the Credit Mobilier
"It made possible Relkuapisni.
"It mmle possible every species of offi
"It made it possible for the presidency
to be stolen and a fraud seated in the chair
of Washington and Jacksou.
"It has debauched the political and pub
"It has been a lying, treacherous, deceit
ful party through and through, and in the
great state of New York, at least, has but
one aim and object, and that is to elevate to
the presidency a man who had not one
word to say on the great questions of thfi
day when h was in his sent in the senate,
but when his own personal interest are in
volved makes stump speeches through the
country in favor of himself.
With such a party the workingtnan can
Every. o.,y is we'eotne there. X ili-uly has a
,.!.. i ...... 1 I I .... I . , '
, - Ml, l .j -s ll,,-,v "I
sp:i'; . "i 'v of lighr, ...noti,' giiyety,
Even t'i,,s who sit on th.-; topio t rim
if tile tophi i-t s.'.it of the. L't'b.ry, looking
ubini! caii s.iy, ".i p;.' t uf this in loin-; the
b MUtit'a'. i v jnns.' o; r'li1 stag : ;:ieh wht is
shown tln re is jijst us now !, in'iic as t litit
liom's wl;o It :;:iiiigi:; the ei:iieiira the
warmth, the ligbt, l:n- g.y. i. tic lir-- ih -miisie,
.nl mine just as much as if I hud. a
two-dollar seat.'' No, wi'y thnt but pre
eminently anil Jj'ive t.ii. everybody feeU u
delightful companions!, ip, comnnui bmil
of humanity. There is not an actor living
who uui.ld not rather ji!;.y to a full gallery
than to u full orchestra. They know a good
thing; they appreciate and they express
their appreciation, and they know n shoiu
precious ouick. and show that, too. A
common bond of hmnacity, and most d - :
lightt'ully exiivesaed, t.m! How? Many j
and m-iLV a time you aud I have sat down ,
with the nectirous, well-bred, vt II
liehaveil, culm people, in the orclo stm.
lixikili" on s:r n ve.rv i-,m1 tli'ni" ml
, r- - - J " - ......... " .
seeing the men and women on the
stage toiling and moiling for your amuse
ment and mine, n.'ver giving them
laugh nor the touch of the hand until one
of the "b'l.nya" in tho galhry one of the
gods gave a hearty cheer or a joyous peal
of laughter that wouhl start the whole
house, and everybody down in front hoks
up. Everybody is the better for it; everj
laxly says, "What ft jolly fellow ho is;" and
everybody likes the jolly fellow, even if he
is in shirt sleeves or a dirty coat.
As, I say, what we read or what we have
read to us, or what we hear, is now and
then, here and there; but a million books,
ten million speeches, never in the world
could have the tremendous and overpower
ing effect against well, capital punish
nent, we will say that won Id u.-producoo
if every one of us, added to every man and
have no svmuathv. It is his euemv. It woman in the civilized world, bv some ire-
onlv uses to abuse him. It holds out to niendous and supernatural power, could be
him no measure for or hope of relief. It is
lie has but one thing to d
to rejoin the old Democratic party, with
which he once acted and whose success is
his success. It is tho only party that can
successfully resist the tyranny of Radical
ism. It is the party of honest principh s,
of honest measures and honest gocrn-iik'nt.''
made to see ut the sumo moment that awful
the party of the rich ami not of the pom. caricatur produced the. other day down
o, nnil that is mere in caiuueii jiii!. ( Applaud. j Seeing
THE I'fLPIT AND THE STAGE.
ANNA lMCKINSON VINDICATES THE STAOE AS
A MOK.VI. AOKNT OK OH EAT I'OWKK, ASI)
WOLiJi UAVK THE I'LLl'IT LEARN T II Eli l
The follow is an extract from Mi-s Anna
Dickinson's new lecture.
The pulpit has not, in any sens?, nor to
any degree, the same influence on tha lives
of men ami women that the stage has. And.
on the whole, 1 venture to suy, in some res
pects at least, the latter influence, is the
more beneficiont of the two. ' Compare the
people who go to the churches with the
people, who go to the theatre! Consider
the number who gather to tho one and the
number who gather to the other, and con
sider what they are! Take your stand in
front of our church edifices Sunday aftei
Sunday; What do you sou? Jn the im
mense lnnjoiity of eases you see tho well
bred, wcii-dressed, well-trained men and
and women the select few I Go into the
c l.ti r i n I wl a d ycu find? A painful
husli, a subdued conciousness of self-con-
cioiisness- in a majority ot cases a th ir-
oughly conscientious man giving to his
I hungry audienei) a stone when they ask for
j living bread applause I music that noitber
! thrilis nor exalts. Is this what the Master
! meant His church to be?
WIIEItK. ARE THE LSTAUOHT.
i the uncomforied, tho unfed? When) are
the toiling, suffering, struggling, dying
millions? Where are the poor that ought
to be with tho rich tho r ich in thought,
the rich in intellect, the rich iu experience?
Where art the ragamuffins? Where arc the
poorly clad and dirty men and women?
They ire not inside your finn church edi
fices. There is no place for them there.
Their clothes, their coats nnd their gowns
are out of keeping with the cushioned seats.
If, here and there, one straggles in and
stands by the door, they are not politely
imlted to remain, but impolitely shown
out of tho door by one of tint' servants of
(hut Master who fa no respecter of persons.
Is that what he said, "Ruild yotirsell a lino
church edifice- with frescoed walls, with
upholhter.'d Keats, with cushioned chairs,
with exclusive atmosphere, mo small and so
confined that multitudes can find no space
there?" . No. Ih said not, "Put youreelf
aside on some pedestal or some place out
of the way,?,f Ho said: "Oo.yfl Into tho
world. Intodftll the world, and preach My
goaM (o every creature gospel of hu
manity, a gospel of love, tv gospel of cheer
ftilniimriuiwhlnp.'ii f,pc of chmAht-itfi,
is knowledge. What strikes throui'h tin
eye to the huin and the heart is felt, ns
hearing never can be felt. A tremendous
power this power of Mghr, and there is the
great power of the stage.
WitY will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your systetr. and thus encourage
more serious maladies, -.ncli a? Pneumonia,
Huuion liages mid Lung troubles w hen an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Roschee's German Syrup has gained tie
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and th'3 severest LungD.- -e.iso.
It is Dr. Ratchet famous German pr -scription,
and is prepared with ttie greates'
cure, and no feup need be entertained iu ad
ministering it to t'e youngest ohi.d, -
directions. Th .' sale o! this medicine, is
unprecedented. Since tzrst introduced there
has b"ea a constant increasing demand tuv!.
wit'nout a sini.de report of alailuro to do 'is
work in any cas;. Ask your tlruggist as to
th" truth of thesj remarks. Largo size To
cents. Try it and be convinced. .
ANOTHER EDISON HEARD FROM.
(Chimin Tribeae, Dec. tftli, 1S.) .
"Wc prediet She day of $S clothes-wringing
tii ichines is over. The 'Climax' wring
er, recently invented by a second Edisor,
costs only one do'darl It is wtu.mu
never t) get out of order; it cannot nib off
buttons, and it will wring dryir than any
other make. The universal se.eees- attend
ing canvassers leads us to bulteve that tie
manulaeturcrs will reap a peu ni a ry har
vest in its sale." (Sue advertisement in
DO WNON PA RAG RAPI I M RS.
We have had tpiito enough of him. He ,
is to news what hash is to u regular mcal -the
scraiVnigk of ,.ti-. tublo, Nowadays
every editor is busy ir. chopping his idea
up into short items and endeavoring to be
witty. The attempts ure, for the most pari,
weak and feeble enough. The applause
that thoy, bring is an evidence of the tn.slv
that the American public now read ami
call litcrnturt'. You c..ui ' sew its daiiiiigiiiic
effect in our pihiiu libraries, w'li '-1 '"
worst novels are thumbed and read
read. Yon can ace it in the Isail
where thd windows and racks nw
with weak stories, to bo read thn , .
the reader on a still hunt, after so
excitinif. Theu you . It in. tin) '
aciiviiy m oor mmierti society, wi
scnsrituHM instead of notli'y, ant
uumtinntciwltif i.ii. . To all of t
ing thn paraqfraphct I'tunjc-? and t
luanner iiw to lnef'jiu.qrit-L"''-
. ijATn:it & oo.
amir, tiny urninn',.