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Bm4Ibk ntlr on T.itry Pure.
JOHK H. 0BERJ7F, Editor.
Jontt F.KoRXKYKoltwiMily-llvc tlioits
aml dollars of tlic Pacific Mnll money.
Ho.v. D. W. VooniiKKS denies that he
vm corrupted by the Pacific Mall men.
U.NiTF.n States Senator Kecnan, of
Xcw York, Is a member of tho Catholic
A fkllow who writes rhymes for The
llouuhotd Magazine nnxiotts to Ik; told
where the violets crow.
Sknatok CiiaSm.ki:, of Michigan, will
retire to private life after the 4th of March,
nntl Judge Isaac 1. ChrMlaney will take
U. O. Oaumikmi, of Chicago, lias
been elected to fill tho unexpired congres
slonil term of John II. ltlco, deceased.
Tho election was n quiet one.
K.vntNKKiis who Indulge in Intoxicat
ing liquors w hile on duty w ill be expelled
iromthc Xntlonal ltrotherhood of Loco
motive Engineer, by aVesolutlon of that
Jody. Tho llrotherhood have taken a
The Sun intimated that a member or
members of the City Council had been In
duced by a buggy ride to do something
the member or members should not
have done? What did the Sun m'ranf
Is it too cowardly to tell?
Tiik City Jailor might do the dutic of
Street Supervisor. Ho iikhI to act as
street and sidewalk ooos, and gave gener
al satisfaction, hut to talk about nlo
merging the duties of Chief or Police Into
those of Jailor, is wc still Insist ridicu
lous. Dit. Ui.ANCHAiti and other deceased
Murphyshoroltes have recently appeared
to their friends and held conversations
with them. Tho mot lutcreling item of
Information those dead people turnMied
their live relations and friends was that
they "am happy in the New Jerusalem,"
and have no desire to get back to Mur
physboro. Tiik Sun's "Did He?"' article Is a weak
Imitation. And we didn't. Wo do not,
like a coward, sneak behind a twin tie
plume when we wl-h to advocate or at
tack any Uiing or any peron. M o do not
wish to cut down the pay of the polleo
meii, or of the. street laborers and we do
wMi to cut down the salary of the
City Clerk. Wo art; not "Justice," and
wc do not agree with several of liN sug
gestions. ,A Tuk Gazette believes the J'Jntcr bill to
repeal the law of 1 S7-J. seen rlug colored
children In their right to attend the pub
lic schools provides for the education of
the colored children of the State in epar
ate schools. It does not. IN passage
would say: "The negro child: en shall
not 1h! educated, unless they educate
themselves" But really Its effect would
be to discontinue tho separate schools In
Cairo and elxowhero and send the colored
children to the white schools
MkSSKS. J. II. J.llTI.SCOTT & Co., of
Philadelphia, announce that, by a recent
purchase, they have beroina the sole
proprietors of the American itcviscd
Kdition of "Chamber's Encyclopedia,"
will aro thereby enabled to offer the w ork
at much lower rates than hitherto. In
the course of its recent thorough revision,
the American edition was edited with the
special view of supplying the wants of
American readers. It also nossesses a
special attraction in containing a series
or over sevcnty-tlvc full-page engravings
not contained In any other edition.
The. Vkm hints the .S'n never makes a
charge that the city olHecrs have been
ucamig m scrip, ami the Sun therefore de
mands that an ordinance be passed pro
hibiting them from doing so In the future
ho tar as our knowledge extends, citv of
lleers have been sellers not buyers of
scrip. U hoy have leen anxious to get
rid of the scrip they received for
wages, and were compelled to do so at a
sacrifice. Hut now as serin is nar. and eiin-
not be depreciated, there is no use of
ine ordinance suggested by the .Vim. The
Sun Ik anxious to shut the door of the
stable after the danger of the how belli
stolen has passed away.
Hon. D. W. Vooniinr.s, of Indiana, who
lus been mentioned as one of the mem
bers of the 12nd Congress, who received
U one thousand dollar bill for voting for
the Pacific Mail subsidy, appeared before
the committee on Thursday and denied
the charge m loto. Mr. Voorheos testifies
that at the time the bill came up in the
House, he was at his home in Indiaiia.cn
giged In the defense of Mrs. Olein,
cliarged with murder that ho had never
read the bill, did not know Its place on
the calendar, that he knew less about It
than almost any measure itcmlliig hi
Congress; and that no one had ever ut-
proaeheit him improperly, orally or In
writing, out lie subj eel, and that there
was not the shallow of a circumstance
out of which such an accusation could be
Miw.H. J.S. uttaeks ltcv. Dr. Thayer
through tho columns of the Gazette, de
nouncing his lecture on .Spiritualism "as
i masterly and mighty work of weak
ness," and abusing the Spiritualists of
the city for thanking hhn. Tho niadame
says that by publishing the resolutions of
the V incenncs Spiritualists wc struck a
blow at Mr. Thayer, our patron and
friend. Ileally we think not. We did
not Intend to do so, and do not often do
what we Intended to not do. From what
ter the delivery of Dr. Thayer's lecture,
from the manner in which they squirmed,
wo thought they were wounded ; and
when we Icard the more candid of tJiein
nucha Mr. Cliasc, then their mouth
piece say It was the ablest and most I
(,0'ectlvo attack on their religion ever do-
llvcred in Cairo or elsewhere, wo were
sure the Doctor had hit them between
wind and water.
Kt'oxoMY ami ir.rnt-.!vriiMi:?iT.
We nsert that Cairo Is suffering In her
procrltybccauo the taxes upon lots and
houses and personal property
arc' too high, nnd that there
ought to be no complaint on account of
licenses. Our taxes are higher than they
ought to Ikj; our licenses lower. We
also ns'crt that every dollar taken from
licenses must be put upon real nnd er
sonal procr!y. Therefore, we claim,
that, If the Hull May committee have In
view the lessenlug of the burden of
taxation by cutting down municipal ex
penses, they will not do so by cutting oil"
licenses or lees for licenses and permitting
Kjdarics to stand. It the City Clerk vc
oelves.tooniuch for the work he does and
wc believe he docs reduce Ids salary
and let his fees stand.
Our neighbor of the Sun says the li
cense fees conio out ot the poor dray
man, wagoner, pawnbroker, peddler,
steamboat and hotel runner, saloon
keeper, Ac. Well, Mippoc they do? If
you take the fees off the draymen, ped
dlers, runners, saloon keepers, from w hoin
will the amount of the lies be collected
then? Xot from the rich men of the city
at The Sun assertsbut from the poor dray
man, who owu a hnti'c and lot, the poor
laborers uud mechanic who rent
from the renters and lot and house
owners of the city. If taxes are high,
rents are high, and the renter pays the
taxes of the landlord hi the rent he
pays to him. If taxes arc high business
men and manufacturers will not come to
the city; and the smaller the Income of
the city from licenses the greater tho
income of theclty from taxes levied by
valuation must be. In Pennsylvania
no tax 1 levied by valuation. Tho
revenue Is collected by taxes levied upon
business by licenses ; and it is propoed
to try the same law in Illinois. Tho.Vun
would have the taxesoubu-iiiess reduced
uud increased on property. We would
not. We would have It reduced on pro
perty, and this can only be done
by reducing salaries and municipal ex
penses paid out of the ti easurv.
iii.r.vnt'.iti.vn on oisiiom.st.
The Sun Is Ignorant of the allalis of the
municipal government, or el-e is dishon
est In dlsciislug them. We can prove
"The Street Supervisor Is entitled to 10
percent, of all the moneys collected for
street tax," says the .Vim. There is no
street tax to be collected. The city has
no right to collect a street tax, and docs
'.The Jailor receives llflv cents for
every prlouer he receives nnllchargc V'
says the Sun. The reader would under
stand this to Imply that the city pays
one dollar to the Jailor for
every prisoner confined In (lie calaboose
and discharged. This Is not true. If the
prisoner has money the Jailor mav col
lect turnkey fees if a person, conilncd hi
the calaboose to-night, lor lii-tniitv, upon
a charge of breach of ordinance, is tried
to-morrow morning and judgment Is giv
en against lilm "for line and costs, tho Jailor
receives of the cots his turnkey fees, pro
vided they are paid ; but not one hi titty
pays. Instead therefore of receiving titty
cents for every prisoner lie receives or
discharges lie receives nothing from the
city for receiving or discharging any pris
oner, and does not receive from any per
son fifty cents for every twenty-live
prisoners lie receives and discharges.
"the Clerk receives fifteen cents for
every one hundred words In taking and
certifying copies ol ordinances, resolu
tions or other nwtters of record, and one
dollar for every eertlllcate under seal of
the city," says The Sun. The Impression
left by tho assertion Is that the city pays
those fees. It Is not so. The persons
who have tho labor done pavs them. If
The Sun will Investigate this unttcr It
will ascertain that the clerk does not
make a dollar a year by tlie-e tees.
And so The Sun goes on from one blun
der or misstatement to another, and re
fuses to admit the soft Impeachment when
its ignoranco or dishonesty, or both, Is
called to Its attention.
Nl'IM Ul.lt IIAI.M-.ft AMI tiik kai-
The friends of Mr. Speaker Haines,
complain that tho Itadlcal members, of
the House have combined to make his
position uncomfortable to embarrass
him by constantly throw hur hi ids vv.iv
points of order and questions on parlia
mentary law. They say. that hi imrsu
anee of this plan of badgering, Mr. Jones
ot .lo Davies created the disgraceful ills
iiiriKUico ot a lew clays ago by rising to
entcra motion to reconsider a vote In
which a resolution had been adopted
giving to the Speaker a clerk.
Wo have no doubt the Radical
aro determined to cmbairass
Mr. Speaker Haines, and It
Is therefore his duty, both as a nresld
lug otllcer and the representative of the
imposition, iti no not, embarrassed. We
have no doubt Mr. Jones of Jo Davies,
proposed to reconsider tho vote bv which
the resolution to penult tho Speaker to
appoint a private secretary at per diem
had liven adopted, for no other purpose
mail to put -Mr. Speaker Haines and the
Opposition hi a disadvantageous position
before! the public; but notwithstanding
Mr. Jones' mean motive In nniLlnir tin.
motion, Mr. Steaker Haines should have
entertained the motion or have ruled .Mr.
Jones out of order. II hulmd done cither,
there would have been no diflicutty. If
he had entertained the motion, the major
ity thai adopted the resolutloiicould have
defeated tho motion. If he hud ruled Mr.
Jones out of order, his friend would
havo sustained him on an appeal to tho
hook at It as we may, Mr. Speaker
Haines' conduct in the Jones disturbance
As Sneaker. Mr. Haines can irlvn to the
Radicals as much trouble as thoy can
glvo to lilm. Ho can. If he knew
how. with a courtesy that would lie
charming, refuse to recoirnlze trouble
some fellows like Jones, and soon linvc I
that gentleman regarded as the pest of
the Houe. If tlioliadicals vvishtomakc
points of order, let them. He should de
cide them as promptly as'made. The ioo
ple, 11 the Speaker were self possessed and
very courteous troublcomely courteous
to his tormentors would soon see through
the game the Itadicah, in the Interest of
Mr. Culloin, are playing lu the Houe;
but If the Citllom trick makes him angry
and induces lilm to rule incorrectly or ar
bitrarily, lie mid his friends will be put at
disadvantage, and ItadicaN will have rea
son to chuckle at the success of their
plan to make Mr. Haines suiter by con
trast with the Speaker ol'the lfoue of the
Twenty-Eighth General Assembly, the
tlrst two letters of vviio-e name ore Hon.
Shelby M. Culloin.
M'o take a great Interest in the Speaker,
and regret to see lilm acting without dis
cretion to liecouiielled to acknowledge
that the Itadleal "bovs"are "getting away
Tin: TitAi.tM ox tiii: . v. iiaiiv.
The Vienna 1 'toman complain, that the
trains on tho Cairo and Vlncemic road
are nut "run" In a manner satMacto'ry to
thai paper and tho people along the line
who wish to deal hi Cairo. The Veoinan
says : . .
"If a Vienna merchant goes to Cairo
to transact one hour's business h,. I com
pelled lo loaf about that dly for one
whole day and two whole night before
he can get hack home. To sav nothing
of the time lost, he I alo compelled to
spend from three to live dollars In hotel
bills, which is an item not to bo 'sneezed
at' these hard times. Our business men
desire to. so tar as they can. deal with
Cairo and Cairo merchants. 1'nder nth.
er circumstances It would bo to their mi
vantage lo do so. but as matters now
stand much trade is going the other wav
that ought to, and would, go to Cairo If
traders could go there and return home
in u reasonable length ot time and with
out so much extra expense. Tills I-a
matter worthy the consideration of the
receivers of the road and Cairo business
men generally, and it is the earnest de
sire ol all Inieiested that some change
may be made lu the running time of trains
by which Cairo will Maud an equal
chance and lie placed on equal fooling
with the business men of Kvansville and
v inccniie lor the trade of our merchants,
it Is to be hoed the receivers of the road
will consider the matter, and do tho
best that can be done under the circum
stances. The attention ot the liecelvers of the
road has been called to this subject fre
quently, and their reply ha always ltcen:
"To run the trains any oilier way tlian
we do Is impossible under the circum
stances. If wo did we would lo'o money.
Our books will prove this." They admit
that the present arrangement Is dNadvai:
lagcous to Cairo that It keeps away biis
Ines from theclty; but they declare that
they are compelled by the little huIues
they can command at lid end of the road
to run the trains a they do.
Wo have received communication-, on
tills subject which we have refused to
publish for reaous satisfactory lo our
sclt; and publish the above only for the
purpose of giving the explanation of
Major .Morrill for the condition of all'airs
complained of by The )'eoimtn.
Illi-ctlliijf rrnm I. iinCs. t iiliirrli, Ilriin
rlllllN, Cuiii,iiiiiuii-.A MumlciTuI
,. .. "'ciiKhir.li, X. Y Jan. 1.1, l7l.
H. . 1'iKitcK. M. 1)., llnirulo. X. Y.t
Dkausiii 1 hud Mitlereil from Calarih
loan ajsravatecl lorin tor about twelve
) ears aim lor several yoirs troiu llronc'.iMl
trouble. Tried many doctors and things
with no lasting benefit. Iu May, be
coming nearly worn out with excessive
Killfitrl.il lultiir. mi h.ii.k in V..... V..l
City, I was uttickeil with llroucliltls n a
severe lorin, Millering almost a total Ion of
VOlct. I r.llirilffl Immn lif.rn I.M l.u.l
been home only two weeks wacu 1 wa
completely prostrated with llcuisrrhage
Irom tho Lungs, having lour severe bleeil-
ii. riivill XIUIlll lU MUCKS, UOII IITsl IIUCO
Inside ol nine davs. In tho .Septem
ber fnllftlfltn, I lnirniFb.l l..I1..!
i . i imi'iwicu nuiiii'icill-
ly to bo ublc to bo about, though In a very
iccuie line, .uy uroiiuniai trouble rcnisln
ed and tlio Caturli was tenfold worse than
ueiorc. r.veiy enorl lor relit r teemed
ft'ltm..... I kii.tlm..! In I... In -!.... ... I
dally. I continued In this fcntib. tt-itv
raising blood almost dally until about tho
nrai oi .nurcn, 'ij, vvnen l becimo so bad
IK tO 1H f.tltIlR' .-f.ttlltl...l n ,1... .
friend suggested your remedies. Hut 1
nuniTAiicmeiy -Kronen xnai tncy would
do me good, as 1 bad lot ail heart In reme
dies, aud began to look upon medicine and
doctor with dUfiilit. However, I obtained
one of your circulars, aud ruad It carefully,
from which 1 camo to tho cnnchndoit that
you understood your buUncss, at leaM. 1
Dually obtained a quantity of Dr. Sr-o's
Catarrh Kui.icdy. your (loldcn .Medical
Ulscovcry and Pellets, and commenced
ibclr vigorous use according to direction,
l o my surprise, I soon begun to Improve.
I ho Discovery nnd lMlcts, n a short time,
broug it out a severe eruption, which eon'
tinned tor several weeks. 1 felt much bet
tor, my 'appctlto improved, ami 1 gained In
strength and flesh. In t'irte mouths every
ve.t go ot fha Catarrh vvu. cone, the nr0n.
chltls had nearly dlsappcait-tl.bad no Cough
whatever ami I liml i.mlr.,K- , ...r -
- ...... ...j iia-eii itj r,"
blood ; and, contriryto the expectation of
) iisiuu, uiu cure nas remnlucd
permanent. I havo bad no more Hemor
rhages Irom tho Lungs, and am enilrely
hen froinCitarrh, from which I liudsiiilered
so much and so long. The debt of gntitudo
I owe for the blowing I have rfculved nt
your hands. Luovvs no bounds I hiii tlnr.
nllL'IlK' snll.lti.il Imm ... .......l ". .
your mid dues will master the worst forms
u'liii .ii-.-iiu aian ii. as Wei as
I liroat nnd l.utiir lil.nf.. i 1.
. ... ...... ....... ...rMvB, , uti, u i ueum
nicndcd tlieiii to very iiitiny mihI shall ev;r
'I'lun in linn uuie. iiraioiney yours,
r. t). IIojcIiOi, Uoeliester, X. V. j
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each liox.lKurtoti-.- theninin Fnuiily I'liy.lr,
nnd for the foIlimingcoliiilaint, ulilcli tbviu
J'llt rnplilly citit';
For I.ici.lu or Inillire.tlim. I.l.i.
Ifn., Lmiiifir. aii'l l.n r .iititi
lice, they H inn hi l.u taken moileralciy to
htlniulatclhi! ittoiiiach, uud rehloiolts hcaltliy
tone nnd action.
For Liter 'iniiil:iliit and Its rnrlous
.vmptonn. Illllon Ilv.nlut In-, Mlrlt
lleailat hi. Jiiiuiitlcr orC.reen NlrL
nr, lllliiiiia ' . 1 1 - and IIIIIiiik IV.
ii'r,, they tliould 15 Juihcli)nly taken for
each rae, to correct the ihcacd nctiou, or
remote the obtrnctions which can-e It.
For Ij,ner.r or Ill.u rlii.-ii, but ono
mill) itoe U .'cncr.ill . l-cpn ed.
For lllieuiiiuil-iu, fiaut. fT-ravcl,
lllllilloil f I lie llriirl, lnln lit
tilt Mlilr, Hurl., ami l.nlu-, tliey elmiiM
be contlmiouly taken, n. re'inlreil, In ehaiiKC
tho dlica-cil adlon of tho M .tcin. With such
change llioio coniilalul ilfaiiear.
For Itroiiajr ami llruiitltul Mnell
liis, they tfiiuiitil bo taken in largo nnd fn
fluent dotes to produce tlio elTuct of a draMIc
For Niiiirrlon, n laigedoc Miould bo
taken, at It iroUticci tho dcelrol ulfect by
As n IHunrr l'tll, takeout; nr two ! to
promotodlge'iti'iu.niid relievo the stomach.
An ocj-ationul do-o Mlmulnlc tlio Honinih
and linweU, rentorcit the appetite, ami invlgor.
aim tho yi'tem. Hence It U ofteii ndvanbi
geotts vvlieio no nerliius derangement exbt.
Unu vv ho feels tolerably well, often llniU that
li iloie of these J'lll maken hlr.i feel ttcclil
tilly better, from their rlranting mid reno
vating eilcct on tho illative npparatui.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Practical Chemists,
I.OW'V.i.T., .MASS., V. S. A.
nan mam: uv.vi.l hui ikusts kveiivwiiehk.
Ayer's Ague Cure, "
For Povor ond Awe, Intorralttont Po
yor, Chtll Povor, lUmilttout Povor,
Dumb Ague, l'oriodicnl or Bilious Po'
vor. &o., and iodood nil tho aiToctlons
which arlso from malarious, marsh, or
miasmatic poisons. '
""J No onn remedy is louder
ealled fur by the ncces.ilies
HL of tlm American people than
Br turu nnd hnl'o cure for
I'rier uml .itriir. Such
M vi u nro now cunbled to oflcr,
Willi a ierfcct certainty that
it will eradlcnlothodl.ea'.e, and wltli nnstir
Mice, foimded on proof, that no harm can
nrho from Its itno In any (jn.nility.
That which jiiiitectii from or prurents this
ctlsorderinu.t bo of lmiiiene tcrvlre hi the
communities where it prevails, J'reerntion
U better limn cttici for the pnllent escapes tho
rUk which he mti't run In violent attacks of
this baleful dUtemper. ThU " ("I'm;" expels
tlio uilatmatic poison of IVier .mil .Ifiie
from tho synlcm,nnd prevents the deiclop.
went of tho disease, If taken on lliu ilrtt
approach of its premonitory j mptonni, A
gieat superiority of Uil, remedy over nny
other ever discovered for the speedy mid cer
tain euro of Inteiniltlents Is, that It contains
no Quinine or mlncials eunseliticntly It pro.
duces no quinism or other Injurious effects
whatever upon the constitution. Those euied
by it arc k-n ns healthy as if they bad nover
bad tho ilUensc.
Vvt unit .tirui. li not nlono tho con
eeijucnco of Iho luiasmnlla poison. A great
variety of disorders nrlso frnni Its Irritation,
among which aro ArurulK-lu, lliu ,.
II. in, fUfiut, Ilftnlurlif, lllliiiliie.t,
niu, IiililtatliMi, Iiiliirul Aireclloii
of lba Nilcpii, Ilystt rlri, laln In thn
IIomHh, Collr, lis lyaU, and ilcrniigc
ment of tho Stomach, all of which, when
originating iu this entice, put on tlio inter,
inittcut typCi or become periodical. This
"Ciilir." expels the poison from tlio blood,
nnd consequently cures them all nllke. It Is
nn invaluable protection to Immigrants and
person travelling or tumporarlly icsldiug In
tlio malarious district. If taken occasion,
nlly or dally wliilo exposed to tho Infection,
that will bo excreted fioui tho system, nnd
cannot nccunmluto In sufficient quantity to
ripen into disease. Hence it Is even more
valuable, for protection than cure; nnd few
will ever sufler from Intermittent If they
avail themselves of tho protection this rem
For I.lver Complaints, mining from torpid
ity of tho I.lver, It is nu excellent remedy,
stimulating lliu Liver Into healthy activity,
nnd producing many truly rcmnrkablo cures,
where oilier medicines fall.
i fiicpaiii:!) iiv
I)r. J. O. AYKK CO., Lowell, Mass.,
J'racttcat and Analitleat CiemfsM,
AND BOLD ALL HOUND TIIK WOULD.
1jVIII the speedy runt uf Seminal Weakness,
J ' Lout Manhood mid nil dUuiilcril hrouuht
on by Indlscietious or c.utrn. Any Druggist
iu uie iiiKieoicuis,
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