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JOHN H. OBERLY, Editor.
Tnaic sentiment In Xew Orleans jus
tlllcs Gov. Warmouth's butchering opera
tions. Everybody says he served Ilvcrly
The Grand (Tommandery of Wiscon
sin, lias thanked Hits Oi-uul Coiiiniaiuliry
of Louisiana for the reception given to
the Sir Knlglits in New Orleans.
Gkkhitt Smith, who was reporteilon
the 25th Inst., In a dying condition, at the
residence of his nephew On. John Coch
rane, Pctcrsboro, New York, died on the
Each of the investigators who have
gone to LouUlana and Alabama will get
2,.r00 for his store of the labor. Tliat's
quite a likely Job for these hard times and
the work is not hard either.
Gen. Siiki'.iiu.v, report says, is to be
ordered to Louisiana to suppress any
demonstration of dissatisfaction on the
part of the jieoplc, growing out of the
dishonesty of the Itettinilng Hoard.
It Is the Itev. A.ll. liurdiek w ho Is now
charged with the wickedness of IJewher.
Mr. Ilunllck Is Deputy State Constable of
Jthode Island, and an enthusiastic tem
perance man. Wine he was too much
for, but woman was too much for him
PlNcniiACii has oll'ereil to make a bar-
galn.with the senate: he will place his
resignation in the hands of a senator, if
1ie senate will .scat him so that he can
draw his accrued i-alary and mileage,
amounting In all to about thirteen thou
and dollars. I'lnch thinks this is letting
me umteu niaies on eay.
jir. iiAMu. v.-. iiVKitLV, who was re
cently killed by ex-Covernor Warmoutli,
ats'ew Orleans, was horn In IVnucyl
vanla, nnd for a greater portion of his
life, up to 185.1, resided lu Mh-l-ilppl
and Texas. About the year 1655 he went
to New Orleans and began to work as
printer on The Comermeial Ilutteiin. lu
18CS ho founded The HulUtin, of which
ho was. the manager at the lime of his
The Bpringllcld Journal has begun a
war upon tlio gambling dens of that cltv.
Not less than half n do7.en, and probably
twice that number, exlt "under the very
noses of tho Stale Legislature," and en
Joy a more than usually flourishing ex-
lstencc wlillc theso bodies are In session.
Tho Journal Is virtuously calllnir upon
tho city authorities to suppns the un
holy places, as It means "to make their
practices as public as the light of day can
Hon CAiiniKits lu New York city make
more money, by about one hundred nnd
iitty Hollars a year, than primary school
teachers do. Yet the school board U dls-
Muslug u proposition to lower Ihe teach
t. taiaries. 'I Ills Is not good treatment
i nruin-bullilers. Anybody can Iw
a hod carrier, but It requires tact, talent
and learning to b a good teacher. The
iiamues tuouiii wvuhi somethlugeUe
nnd Avlii.n .-.cii,,,, ..i.... . .
. vrK ..Lulu lo reiiueo x-
kccji ineir lingers off the salarlc,
v. tuvir icucnrrs.
r ii . . - . :
uccuon oi lion. I). w. Vertices
j i uo uuneu nwies Senate from Indiana
y we democratic party, would be n
grievous political blunder. Mr. Vor
hecs Is not the man for tlio lime. Ho Is
the advocate ot a mWcltlcvous llnaticlnt
policy, and Is n galary-grabbcr who boldly
tlofoiiils the irrab as lionet. GrabUtn mid
Credit MoblllcrUm M?rlottly wounded
Kndicstllsm. It w 111 bo a crime If the re
iving Democratic party takes tlio advo
cates of grabs and corruption Into Hi
favor and makes them Its reprceinauvo
Tiik condition of political affairs In I.ott
slana Is critical, and If It were not for tlio
restraining iircsenue oi 1 edcral troop
Kellogg and his dynasty onui no swept
nut of uxlitciioc In a few moments. Tint
Hi-tuniing Hoard a niunler ot men ap
pointed by the Governor lo manipulate
election returns and prevent tlio Kadleals
from losing control of tlio btate have,
In accordance with duty, declared Ihe
Louislntitro to have a ltadlcal majority
and the Itmlleal candidate for Htalo
Treasurer to have a majority of the votes
east at tlio November election. The fact
Is patent that Louisiana was carried by
the Democrats, and the wllloftlic people
has been defeated by throwing ontDein
ocratlc polls. This Is an outrage UieJ
people should not patiently submit to ami
will not. If elections arc to bo carried In
this way, the duty of lighting hi resent
tnent of their lost rights is all that 1 lea
to the electors of Louisiana.
o i i'itrtn, iii:.Mtv.
The killing of .Mr. Daniel V. llyvrly by
nr.fiiivnrnnr Ifrlirv C. WlirillOlltll, was
justltlablc homicide. -Mr. Warmoutli had
Insulted 3Ir. .fennlng', .Mr. Hye'ily'-t col
league on the Xew Orient Jlulltthi, and
had agreed to give to hlni the satisfaction
usual among gentlemen. The detail of
the duel had been arranged ) and tho'o
who know say, Ihat pending the duel It
was the duty of every iktsou about The
Jtulletin office to hold .Mr. Waniioilth's
person sacred from violence, and cus
tom required all The Jlnlletin
attaches to treat hint with
courtesy. Mr. AVarmouth under
stood the code to require this from his ad
versaries, and reciprocal courtesy from
hhn. Therefore, when he met Mr. lly
erlyon the street, he lifted his hat In
salutation. Mr. Ilyerly, angered by the
salute, struck the Governor with a heavy
cane, knocked him down and jumped
upon hhn. While lying on his back, the
Governor opened a knife and Mabbed his
assailant, Inflicting mortal wounds, of
which he has since died. He could have
done no le. The man who at the South
will icrmlt any person to knock hhn
down with a cane and whip him, must
kill his assailant or move to the North.
He Is not the kind of men they endorse
there. He would lie disgraced. When,
therefore, Governor Warmoutli stabbed
Mr. Ilyerly to death, he dtd an act that
all Southern people will applaud. He
did his duty; and now having accepted a
challenge and butchered a man, he may
go up head. Hereafter ho will be re
spected, and hi life will be far pleaantcr
than It has been during the pa't live
TIIK CUMIEXCY QIT.STIO.V.
Tbc Mound City Juuittat a.'.
Tun Caiiio Iici.LF.TiN Is softenlnir on
the currency ouestlon. and rives proml-e
of being all right in time. The moral as-
iM-cioi mc qui'stion sun socks in its crop.
It is apprelieii-lve that If allowetl money
In abundance, the people will L'o on a
irrand snrec. speculate, dissipate and
dually to go tlio dogs altogether. I be
bondholders and money klnirs irenerallv
seem to thrive, and do well for them
selves hi all resiK-ets, with their mil
lions, ami no doubt the majority
of the ieoplc would lx; niually
as prudent after they became ti-etl
to their improved fortune-. We are
willing to try them, anvhnw, and feel
Fan'Tilne that InereasMl fact tics for mak
Ing money would not Injure our morals
materially. If Obcrly Is jiartlcttlarly at-
prenen'ive a.s to ins own can1, we win
undertake to act as his guardian, and will
insure the jcjrfect preservation of what Is
leu oi ins morals.
Ttu. Swnvil has persistently misrepre
scntc''. Uie portion of The Hcllctix on
the i urreney question, as It lias on other
poll'icalquc.-tlous. Tlielanguagewe um.iI
In the article from which TM Journal ha
draw.i the Impression that we were "soft
fnlliffnn tl-o wirttm; question," Is al
most precisely the language we u.-ed in a
siK-ecli at Mound City, which was de
nounced by our cotcmporary its a con
traction speech a bondholders' argil
ment. Then and now and all tin; time
we have Insisted that inueli bad money
was a great evil, but tliat good money
could not tie too abundant. We have de
sired and do desire to bring the currency
to a gold Ijasin, but liave not advocateil
the Idea that we should return to gold
and silver as the only currency of the
country. We recognize the fact that p.x
jier currency Is an ab-olute necessity, and
would rather have a p.-qx-r currency u
cured by the bonds of the nation than the
wild cat currency ol ante-bellum days-
However we would not jierniit congress
to exercise tho power of expanding or
contracting the currency at will. Such a
policy would, in our opinion, be nilnou
Our wish Is that tho country may he
brought back to specie payment without
any shock. to tho business Interests of the
country. o have no plan, and probably
upon details might not agree with the
zealous bullionlsts who are anxious to re
Mil. O'CONOll AMI
mien me van itriiiiis,aiaiiicr and son
found that thu burglars .Mn-hlcr ami
Douglas, would cseiqie If they were noi
prevented by violence, they the Van
llrunts promptly llred upon the house
breakers. The shots were fatal, and the
two men died. The promptness of tho
Van llrunts and Its consequences gave
rise to somo practical questions concern
lug tho duties and Immunities .of citizens
In protecting llfu and property from
the depredations of protcssional criminals
a letter addressed to Mr. Charh
O'Conor, the eminent New York lawyer,
queried, (list, whether there wasa law on
the statute books lu regard to tho dial
lengingofa burglar by hl Intended vie
tlni lK'foru firing upon him, and second,
whether the law would Justify a person
In wing on and killing a burglar simply
on seeing him endeavoring to oflect an
entrance Into his houo at night.
Sir. O'Conor's reply Is noteworthy.
He believes. lli.it lioue-breakers and
thieves, when praellelnglhelr profession,
can scarcely be s.ild to have any rluhts
which others are bound to rwiicut.
When In the nttempt to execute a
felonous enlcrprlo Ihev happen to be
lain by the family w horn they are seek
ing to plunder, public Justice wllllnitl-
ttile no fastidious (ierullny. Xo one will
Inquire w hether nil the forms and cere
monies were observed which some an
cient lawgiver or modem enactment for
'that eao made and prouded" may have
dUcR-elly suggested, whalevor may bo
the strict law applicable to Hip c.ie: and
whatever exact duty might enjoin, no
magistrate will commit the slayer to
prlon, no grand jury will Indict them,
nor will liny district attorney pro-eeutu
or petit Jury convict."
Mr. O'Conor's opinion proves that,
great lawyer though ho I", andnccuMoni
ed to breathing the punctilious ntino-
phereofthe court, the "man's a man
fora' that." It will not lall of endorse
ment by that large elas of people, who,
while they know little of law, have yet
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ARTER & STEWART.
(uccesor to II Arlrr A Co )
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep everything pertaining to
mo lino oi atripio ana .Fancy Gro
ceries, Woodenware, Vegetables
x riuts, cic; c.
Wagons, Carts, Porambulators
Swings, Tables, Chairs,
Malaga Grapes, Fruits
Nuts, Oake's Can
dies, &c &c,
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
Tow-Boat For Sale
1li; Mibsrrlln r odiTs fur side the hteiim
Towing Mrni-Wlieel llwnt, Ike llniiimiit,
Willi rnirineri, uiirhinriy, tackles, niiimiel mid
nii iilline us l.e now lies ut Culm, lllS,
Ih-rlriiKlh is It; Vet, tier Im-wllli fiet, )1(r
lei.tha fist und measures '.TH Inns. Mn has :i
liullcr. :! lil t Ioiik nnd; IM Inches iliniiieler, '.'liluli
;riMiuL.eiiiliieiwltlie)liiiii-rs I7J.J ImliesTii
lluiiH ier unit feet stnkct 2 fisd puiniis li in
rlus in dlameler and 17 liielies atrnlu mid all
minlein liiiiiineineiits,Hiii u in every respect
siiitiucli, ie worlhy, nnd in K"od condition for
naUgalloN. for lei ins liiily to.
Citno, Ills., ovejnkr1, bll. 4M.li.-tf,
mi mic .sroiti:.
New Music Store.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Is ITow Open.
Musical Merchandise of nil kinds
ut prices to suit tho times.
Messrs. Itobblns would nminunco to
tliclr fl leiidsnml the publlcKcnerally
Hint linlltn; been, us ll.cy tnist,
i.ivnrnuir Known iiiroiiun
out this rcplon as tle.il
i rsln PIANU.-s.Olt-(l.N-i,.Vecon-
the w hohisalo
hoii-e ol W. W.
Kimball of Chicago, fr
tho past ten years, they
have cotii luiloil to open n Mn-lo
Hlorc In Cairo, whero they will keep
on hand, nnd be constantly in recclnt of
ovcryiiiin lu tiielr Ilro desired by their
l'roni Hie Celebrated m.iuufictory of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of Huston. A l'lano nfworld-wid.i reputa
tion and coii-liU ied bv all our noted mil-
siciatiN to bo tho best l'lano now nude III I
me united Mates ; also, the very popul..r
GREAT UNION PIANO
Made In New York, of which wo h.ne sol.i
ocrt(M In Southern Illinois, giilrj,' perfect
The mot perfect and durable Oriran ever
inaue, mere ocing now ver r, i.ooj in n-c.
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A very fine Instrument, adapted to IN'
S I IH MKNTAI. AS WKI.I.AM aACIlUll
.Ml'sit. , anil iicconilnt' tnoro and more pop
A creat variety, selected with c re, 1
adapted to the wants of our cii-'oiiht-, con.
ststmir of nil the new a d pnul.ir miwe of
the ibiy, IKMII VOCAI. A.Vll I.N-slItl'.
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOR TIIE USE OF SCHOLARS,
We would call special at'cntlon of bach-
ers to tins ucpanuicni or our mock.
Orders solicited, and nitl-Ie s lcetcd
stilt and sent by mail on amc terms
as from larj,'e cities.
We will furni-h ntir music to teachers at
the ti-ual discount ; will select iniisb: for
jour scholar-. If you will lei tls know the
trade and stylo lelred.
leachers cvervwbero are re'Uetcd to
send us their mldrcss, and wo will keep
tueiii iMonncd or the new puullcaiio: s.
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OF ALL KINDS, FURNISHED
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
VIOLIN PEGS. F",GER B01R0S
CAPA iT ASTROS,
With hundreds of Articles In our line, re
iiilrlii( too much space for enumeration,
Of evory description on hand, or furnWicd
For all Kinds of Int triuiicnts.
All l'lnnos sold by ns are wariuntcil tlvo
years, uud satisfaction (juaraiitieil.
SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
This belli;,' the only regular Muilo Store
nearer than St. Louis, we hope utir lair and
honorable deallne; uriy Induce our Irl lids
to Mibtuln us by a liberal patronise.
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He will not be undersold.
lionr nmon rincjii'inrr nnrs f it ji, Tirnuisu u
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OTTTO TiTiiVFlin. CAIRO. ILLS
Wo linvo replenished
many fonts of new type and have order. out ior other
frnfc fS llir. I nl t nnoiilnr fvlfJ W'n nrn lnln-in illiul
to establiah the reputation of our ollicc for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign
mit that we do work tit
fice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admit' cd t'i bo one of
the best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supcrviiion of the job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
To Kihtoii or Tun lli i.i.rnv
Kstkkmi.ii Fmenii Von will plrnsc Inform
your leaders that I linvv n posltim
Curo for Consumption
nnd all disorder nf the throat mid l.tinxs, nnd
that, by lis n.e In my inirllce, 1 ll:ic cmsd
hundreds of enses, unit will ttiu-
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
Tur a ease It will nut benellt Indent, so striin
1 will send a sample Flli;i: lo any sullvier
I'hsise show this biter to any one joti may
know- wli'i Is siillerliu: rrnm thee diseases mid
nit t r nritr.
Wi Wllll.uns St , New Vork.
TIIK MASU.N s: ilAMI.lN
WIS'NCIIS oT tilli-e hlRhest meiliiU nnd ill
lilmii'i of houiii'. nt leiinii, Is;.), uud
Purls, Isii, now oiler llw Illicit iiHsorlinent nf
tliebe.t euliluet oipiiis In the world, Including
new flyles Willi leeciil linprmeiui iils not only
echiliely I'nrensh, ns fuiiiuily, lull nl-ii on
new plans nf msy pa) meuti, the most lUMinibie
l U'i- iineiisl Orpins leuled Willi luivllesu ol
iinrchine, to idiimst any I' HI nt' thu country,
l'lrsl iiuviiieut $11 IS) or li'Minj.
IIIiisIihUsI eiiluloitues unit cliculnrs, witllAdl
partlculHis, sent flio on leipiest, Allures
MASON & HAMLIN 0ROAN CO.,
Huston, New Voik or Chlciwu
I ARTER & STEWAR1
113 Commercial Avonuo.
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cities will be compelled to ad
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to hkciiIs. and ne tiy it irlls l.islir Hum u
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