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The democracy of tho sevoral counties
tl la etete et Illinois requested to
' mkA delegates to a itato convention to be
r MM t4 opringflsM, IllinoU, TEUESDAV,
Uw X1TB DAY OP APRIL, 1878., t 13
'dock (or the purpoM of nominating
u candidate for the office of state trea
nrer, and one candidate fortlie office of
Ute iuparlDtsnrtfint of public Instruction
end to transact such other business ts may
oomo before it. The eeveral counties ere
entitled to the following representation,
v based upon the Tote for government in
Vote for Stew- No.
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CVEUS U. McCOttiUCK,
The committee unanltnoutilv recoinend to
the democracy of the northern grand divi
sion end second appellate district, that
they bold their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerts of the surpreme
and appellate courts, for said division and
dlatrlot, at Jollot, ouThundey, April 18,
And for the central gruud division and
bird appellate district, lLat tie delegate
appointed from laid diTteun and district,
to the state convention, to meet in conven
tion at Springfleld, on the day said state
contention is held, at 10 a. m., for the pur
pese of nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate courts lor said division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that they hold
their convention at Centralis, Thursday,
ilay 1C, 1878, for the purpose of nomtna
, ling clerks of the surpreme and appellato
oourta, lor said division and district.
The ratio of representation in said con
ventions to be the same as In the state con
tention. ' Tnos. Suieliv, Secretary.
C. II. McCormlck, C. D. Holies,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A.P.Goodsrd, B.F. Burgen.
' 1. R. E, Godell, 11. J. M. Bush,
2. Thos K.Courtney, 12. U. P Bhumay,
3. Thomas Shirley, 13. J. A. Mallory,
i. Richard Bishop, 14. John W. Smith,
6. F. H. Marsh, 15. W. Cochrane,
0. J. 8. Drake, 16. L. B. Parsons,
7. W. A. Steele. 17. H. C. Oerke,
18. T. K. Bouton,
19. S. , Landes,
" 10. George Edmunds
m nr ai'PMUI rot'RT. 8. O. D.
areet)rlsl to announoe R. A. U. WH
bInKS. at Waahingtoa County, aa a candidate
S,B. Illlaoto.lubjeettetba deciilon ol the
. a " "". ra,mm,Uaa. la Im held
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FOB CtBBK OF Till AI'FILLaTB COUBT
WOVmlU viaiivi, uwnvi
We are authorlxed to annoonca ; HARDIN
O AB of IJarlyU. Cliatoo eounty, aa a candidate
fcrolertof ApiwiUte court, fcurth dlttrlcj,
lUbMia, aublaet to the decision of the Democratic
t ceMeeaaMaB satioa hi v...., i
are authorized lo annottnea W. a Le
K-H.nhm lyuntiv. aa a eanuieaU
aValakof the AuvellaM Court, Ibiinb dittrict.
iMiiocoaveatisa ealKd U meet at Centralia,
, . avi one who bas evidently irlvcn tbe
laonillerable attention, any s: "The
flmA rlTM la 2,016 mile In length
skI is 130 kTel of to
gsJU lta utmost aourc. At rJt. l'aul
' It U 670 feet above tbe galfleve) $ at the
of tlM Bock Island rapias, wjo nei;
orarMport, 470: at St.LouU, 408; at
M; BtMempbtojaU atNttcher,
Ct at Orleans. IS, ajd at the hesd
(VtiM pMt, 9 ct 9 Inchn.
Thb healthy growth ot the baby la de
pendent upon lta freedom from tlia per
nicious eilecta ot opium. Dr. Bull's
baby eyrup Is the best remedy known for
the diseases of early childhood.
Tue Philadelphia mint coined $1,000,
000 (liver dollars during March, and will
turn out $1,750,000 during April. Thoro
are still outstanding $0,234,150 of the
"old demand treasury notes," and $2S2,s
000 of the compound Interest notes. They
were all Issued before the legal tenders.
TnK Democratic State ConYentlon
which meets at Sprlngllell on tho lUh
Inst., promises to bo the largest political
convention held In this State in years.
Besides tbe 5j0 delegates, thcro will be
an unusually largo number of leading
Democrats from all parts of the State
present. Upon tho action ot this con
vention the success or failure ot the
party at the polls this fall depends, and
Its proceedings will be watched with in
terest. A Washington special to a St. Louis
paper says : 'Several senators have of late
discussed among thenisel ves the propriety
of preparing u joint resolution which
should express deep regret on the part
of the people ot tho United States at the
prospect of a serious misunderstanding
and Interruption of tho peaceful relations
between the people ot Great Britain and
Kussla. and request the president to use
all the means consistent with his consti
tutional duty to aid In restoring the re
lations ot amity and contideuco between
the two governments and people, to one
of whom we are bound by common an
cestry and language and similar institu
tions, while with the other we have ties
ol an ancient and unbroken friendship.
It Is proposed to discuss with secretary
Evarts tho propriety or usefulness ol
such o joint resolution before it is drawn
Oxk wrong dees not justify another
In retaliation that is freely admitted,
and If there be any wrong doing in tho
seating of Democratic contestants In the
house of representatives, we are as ready
to condemn it as any one. But it any
positive proof of Injustice in either the
California, Colorado or Massachusetts
cases exists, it has not been proven. In
all of them, doubts affecting either claim
ant were shown up, and good grounds
exited for a presentable enso by both.
There has been no overriding of law
and justice as the party press has assert
ed. Do these fault-finders, however, re
member tho course of the J'epubllcan
majority when the house whs largely
Republican a few years ago? Not the
least show for a Democratic contestant
in those duys. No matter what his maj
ority or how strong his casa, he whs
summarily disposed of, as a matter of
course. ''ho last men to find fault with
the action of the present house in the
matter of seating claimants are those
who quietly accepted the partisan action
of the Republicans some years ago.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Nlrawa iVoui I'arls Itlown to WiinIi.
lucton-Tbe New Hr elite r pi thn
Treaury-A Soft lManli for JPolitl
ral llncks Tbat liofc- or Oora
nomctblnz of lutercet lo the
Wrntera A BUI tlint Bbould Puna
H Itbout Oppoaltlon (lenntor r ad
dock m rrleud to the Hog-s 1 be
" Paat Woek'e Aebievementa In Con
Kreaa Anent " Tliu O 'II owe."
From Our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, D. C, April 3, lfeTS.
Calling at the stato department yester
day In search of news, (the proceedings
in congress being ot a particularly dull
and somnolent. nature,) I was shown a
letter which had just been received from
Mr. Kutus T. Smith, one of our assistant
commissioners to tho
in which that gentleman makes a lengthy
and very favorable report ot the pro
gress of tbe American section at the
Paris exposition, to bo opened on the
first of May next, and which will surs
pass in grandeur any previous Interna,
tional exhibition, with the exception,
possibly, of our own great Centennial
show, which covered more ground, at
least, than the one about to be opened in
Paris. I am thus enabled to present to
your readers in advance, the first official
and authentic report on the subject.
As at our own exposition of 1870,
EACH NATION REPRESENTED
at Paris will have a building oi its own,
located on tho Champ de Mars, In close
proximity to tho main building. It was
the desire of the French commissioners,
that each nation should construct s
building which would be, in some -way,
characteristic ot the country to which it
belonged; a task not easy In tbe construc
tion ot distinctive American ediflcu (un
less built after tho pattern of an Indian
wigwam). Hence, as tho next best thing,
In the absence ot an American stylo of
architecture, It was decided to make
this building on tbe plan and general ap
pearance ot a handsome villa, such as
one may sec In any of the fashionable
suburbs of our larger cities,' and orna
ment It pleutftilly with emblems ot our
"Liberty and Unity quite possible
and in good taste now, when-Franco Is a
will consist of two stories surmounted
byacupolo or dome; the rooms up
stairs to be used as offices by the Ameri
can commission, while those on tho
first floor will bo handsomely furnished
as reception rooms, where Americans
will at all times be euro to meet friends
and receive a hearty welcome. It will
bo erected close to the United (states an
nex and from the balcony surrounding
the cupola there will be a superb flow
oi the exposition grounds. The spaces
between the windows on the front side,
oryacade, will be divided Into thirteen
pawls, on each olwhlcn will be repre
sented, on an ornamented escutcheon,
the arms of the thirteen 'original States
of the Union, tod eJoog the cornice,
above these fiueM, the remaining State
will be represented by smaller escut
cheons carrying their armorial bearings ;
the arms of the states of California and
Colorado occupying a central position,
directly oyer tho main eutrance, A flag
polo, seventy feet high, will bo erected
lu front ot the building, Irom which tho
stars aud stripes will be thrown to the
At the exposition, wo will, all things
A rilKTTY KAMI liHfl.1V,
especially in agricultural produce and
implements, edge tools of all kinds,
hardware goods generally, and electrical
apparatus. Ono very Interesting ex
hibit will be lliu complete process ol
making shoes by machinery, the
machines being the same aa tho-e which
recently carried oil' a number of pi hies In
Belgium. Among the states, California
is prepared to make the most showy dis
play, and her exhibition of minerals will
bo the litest the world has ever seen. A
pyramid, twenty feet square at the baso,
and sixty-seven and-a-half feet hlh, will
7,000,000 OF CIBIO INCHES OK GOLD
which has been produced on tho Pacitlc
coast. This mass would be equivalent
to a solid block ol pure gold as large as
a square room sixteen feet in height,
length, ami l.rrftdlli. Encircling this
pyramid there will lie tllty plate glass
show-cases, in which will bo artistically
arranged the mineral wealth of that fav
THE AlTOlX tMKV' OIMCDGB SCOFIELU,
ol Pennsylvania, to ilto reglstershlp of
the treasury department, mailo vacant
by the sudden death of the lute register
Allison, anil liis acceptance, has caused
not a little coiniiiciit in ( lliclal circles
here. Tho hlh social and political po
sition heretofore held by Mr. Scolleld In
state, his long and very prominent ser
vice in congress, his candid;!?)' for tlie
otlice ot secretary of the treasury under
(rant's administration, and for the
judgeship ot the United States district
court ; these facts, coupled with his un
doubted legal attainments, have had the
effect of ca?tlcg ridicule on him for ac
cepting a place purely clerical a sort
who-e most arduous du:ies eon.-i-tin
signing his name omau average ol a
thou-und tunes a day. If he d x-s make
himself at all familiar with the records
and red-tape system of accounts, of the
otllee over which he presides, it will re'
quire years ol irksome labor to get the
run of the machine; aud even then he
will have to confers himself inferior, as
to posting, to inatiy ol his subordinates,
who have entered the department as me,
senders. But the register-hip, with its
salary of four thouand per annum, is a
soil shelf fur a brokcndowu or
liltKAKINO-DOW.N l'OI.ITICTAS ;
yet It appears to inc that if political
bucks are to be provided for in that way,
It would be well to elect poor spe.
cimens of the animal, and not wealthy
ones, like Mr. Scofleld, worth a hundred
thousand dollars or more.
ol Nebraska, who is chairman of the
senate committee on agriculture, has,
with commendable energy, been engaged
recently in collecting the statistics of the
discuses which affect hogs. He hat, In
consequence, become alarmed at the
number and violence of these diseases
and tho fnslitlul mortality which pre.
vails among these animals. Willi a view
of checking this yearly "dead" loss of
capital, which, he believes, cuu be attii
buted only to tho ignorance which pre
Tails in regard to this matter, ho pro
poses to draw up a bill asking congress
to appoint a commission of three of the
best veterinary surgeons In tbo country,
to inquire into the causes and proper
remedy of these diseases. Hogs contract
measles in early lite, as some of their pro
totypes of the human race often do. They
also have pneumonia, scarlet fever,
small-pox, all the throat diseases; and it
they survive all these, they art) very lia
ble to bo taken with consumption. His
bill will doubtless pass, for sympathy Is
such a powerful thing. t
Speaking of a senator naturally leads
me think ot
THE BODY TO WHICH UK UELONUS.
The achlevmcnts of the senate, during
tho week just past, have been compara
tively tew and unimportant; the passage
of a bill to encourage tree-planting on
government lands; and, three days after
wards, the passage of tho so-called "Lit
tle Deficiency Bill." Tho net result ol
tho week's work Is, therefore, almost in
visible. The house passed a bill to re
form the advertising of mall-contracts,
and the nayal appropriation bill, whose
specifications are minute beyond pre
cedent, and therefore well calculated to
prevent abuses in the expenditure of
Senator Howe's speech against the adt
ministration created some
but that has all blown over, aud that re
minds me that, while traveling "out
west" during the lost election, 1 saw this
dignified and venerable senator, whose
Chrhtian name is Timothy O. Howe,
billed familiarly as "Tim O'llowe," In
somo obscure town In Wisconsin, where
he was announced to speak, and .when
the Celtic element Is decidedly predom
inating. Such Is fame!
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"Winter Pork Pe.ok.ing.
The Chnlnnatl Frkt Currtnt gives the
complete returns of tho tlx largo cities,
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Milwaus
kee, Louisville and Indianapolis, tor tbe
season closing on the first day of March.
The aggregate It 4,504,673 head against
3,201,063 (n the season of 187G-7, being an
increase ot 1,273,008 head. Theaverago
net weight of tho bogt paoked was 221.
05 against 213.11 last season, or an In
crease ot 11.84 pounds. In the yield of
lard the general average was 38.01
against 34.00 last year, being an lncreaso
of 4.01 pounds. Of barreled pork, all
kinds, the production It set down at
623.449 barrels against 442.310 barrels
last season. Of lard the agirrentfl pro
duction It ascertained to be 177,620,014
jot. (528,242 tci) against lll,0,S011b.
(330,106 tci) last yetr.
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A full line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
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Married, and yet unhappy, now
many a home has '.been robbed of sun
shine and happiness and rendered sad
and desolate by the loss of some dear and
petted child. This Is a dangerous season
for children, and parents should keep
lr. Bull's cough syrup handy. Price
2,i cents a bottle.
I.artcer titan 1.1 fe !
On receipt of $1.50 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times any
small object. A very useful and instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded,
Its magnifying power Is so great that
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matter in sugar, flour and other articles
of diet, for detecting counterfeit money,
and a hundred other useful purposes, It
will be found invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evening. Sent by
mail on receipt of price.
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Alwayt on band, tbo celebrated illumlnaUi
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CAIRO ft ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
rpUE train by this road lonnoet at St. l.ouia
and KastHt. lxmls.witb all cthw Hue t
tho North, Kaat auU Wat.
Through Kxprea Leaves Ulro g a.m
" ' Arrives K.riu Louis & :30p.oi
Murpbyiboro Aocommodatlou Leaves '
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at Cairo at...- - ...u :top.m
EMEMBEH The (lro and Ht. Loui
ICR. I. U, ONLY ALL IAIT. ROUTE be
tween Cairo and Bt. Loua under one ma-
ageruent ; therefore there an lo delay! at way
Halloas awaiting oooaeotlonarrotu other llnsa.
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Washington Avenuo and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-ill Cdm-Rah for
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tha hest in Uso. Patent Dome
and Measurina Force Pump.
Manufactured bv Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers and Jaynes Medi
cines, x Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
'Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
"Latt week I bought a 10 cent package of Washine and done my washing In one half
the usual time at loss than half the cost ot Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and It did not thrltik ray woolens, and for once I was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday, bo ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It U
perfectly safe to use it.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail
Gnlrtri T.tnn rinloo-n. Of ExquUito Fragrance
. wv.WOaaw and Durability.
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fine Combs,
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French, English and American Perfumery
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples' and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Polish
I'ure Imported ttny Rum, (Splendid-Canada Taj
ftoap Engllftlt and American Noaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Bottle) or In Broken Quanti
ties an wanted at low prlcen.
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
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and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 8. GOV
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MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Cars and Hotels.
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Table Use-Very Cheap
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5 tlr -W &
timi lsfJ k
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Blacking, Stove Blacking
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
of Almanacs Free to Al
Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
and all Ague Medicines
At Barclays' Drug Siora