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JOHK H. OBMUCYi Editor.
TO FETCH TIIE3I,
it mit Jovrnal Mivs : "Tho
Unlitin, a Democratic pnper with 'Hmll-
ral' proclivities commit. Itself In ml vntieo
to the Independent Keform candidate tor
(Sovcrnor." If people and papers don't
imU calling " Hatliral for no other reason
than that we won't tell Democratic lies
and tnakend d Democratic fool ol 0111
wlf, we .hall ho compelled to reort to
j he code. Hut the Journal inlreprcents
its. Wc arc not for any per.n the 15c
formcrA may nominate: but wc are al
most. The Itcformcrs arc new at poll
tics, and the Democrats must go to them
if they won't conicto the Democrat?. In
other words, if the Reformer. won't
come to ns. wc must ao to them, nndd
fetch them. It may he that wc can fetch
them with the least trouble by making
their candidate for Governor our candi
date. MATrCARPEJfTER AM A POM IUMI,
A newspaper correspondent who has
been Interviewing Ex-Senator Carpenter
on the presidential prospects, elicited
that gentleman's opinions concerning
conventions and candidates In 1870, ns
follows : "In my opinion, General Grant
will be the candidate of the Republican
party for a third term. I can sec no pos
xihlc way ol avoiding It. lie will un
doubtedly be the candidate of the Repub
licans next year on n hard money plat
form. This situation ntlords him the ex
act pretext he wanted, nud to which he
referred when he wrote his tliinMiTiu
letter as 'circumstances not likely to oc
cur.' 1 think .ludgc David DavN, oftlic
('nitcd .States Supreme court, will be the
Democratic candidate on n greenback
platform, and that greenbacks will win."
Imposed upon the young, in some In
Inner as high as twelve. Hcd tape wni
severely erltleied ns welt ns the time
s)enl In whnt U termed "oral lustriio
tlonV where the youth U given long
recitation upon the material of which
the moon Is composed, and the beauties
ol geology and zoology, before the nlplm
hot Is learned. The lecture showed
much tudy upon the subject treated.
THE RKI.ATIOX OF t'llOPM
"Isn't the Republican party responsi
ble for the rain?'' is a question nsked
by the J'itt-liurg Commercial. We have
no doubt of If, and we shall be lot in
wonder If the recent llooil-i do not result
In the Joss of thousands of votes to the
Republican party. Refore the cri-ls, the
Republican orators used to point at the
harvest Holds of the country, call atten
tion to the high price of w heat and corn,
and say to the fanners. "The Republican
party Is In power. Jf you would have
thce harvests and high prices continued,
you must continue our party In power."
Why khould not tho Democratic orators
now point to the Hooded fields and the
little protlt the farmer gcU for his labor,
and say: "The Republican parly h in
power. If you would have good times
again, you must put it out." In France
fonie one asked a citizen in one of the
nual districts: "How will you vote here
at the coming election :" The reply wus:
"If the grape crop Is abundant, we shall
vote for the government; but if the crop
Is a failure, we shall vote against it."
There is reason to believe our people arc
of the opinion that tho grape crop is a
failure, and that they therefore Intend to
vote against the dominant party.
PATRIOTIC COI.OKr.lt MC.V.-M II.I..
IJfO TO Ntl'KIFICETIIEMsr.I.VJ:.
Yesterday we suggested that probablv
me tact that all the people killed and V
nilfronn.l In H'llll.m.n.. ......... xultltp. WHH I
..,....... ,.r nmi,v i.r fjnv. I moval the following :
TcmarKca mat, n a
WHY AHI'NK HIM ?
The .Sun Is of the opinion Hint we have
done Governor Iteveridge Injustice In
calling attention to the fact flint he has
taken no Intercut in the Williamson coun
ty assassination". "Whv," exclaims the
Sun, "should the Bri.t.KTtN cry oiit
against Governor Heverldge for what It
conceives to be his lack ol Interest In the
preservation of good order In Williamson
county? The General Assembly spent
nearly one-half of last Winter In talking
nuoiii tue m iiiiamson county outrages,
but nothing wns done. The Governor
was ready to do his duty, but the wise
body of legislators believed that nothing
ought to be done. Did the Kim.kti.v
abuic them? Not a bit."
The Sun is a very short-meinorlcd pa
per, vt hilc the bill to appropriate a sum
of nimi.ey to be uod In the suppression
ot lawlessness In W 1 amson eonntv.
was under discussion, we very earnestly
urged U passage, and denounced the
failure to enact it. Wc believe the Gen
eral Assembly should have taken In hand
tne assassins ol Williamson, nud have
crushed them out; nud our rcprcscutn-
ttves in tills part of the State should have
passed n bill that would more effectually
have armed the Governor with power to
act in matters of this kind. Their failure
to do so Is not a feather in the cap ol
cither of them.
nut, because the General .W-nihlv
failed to do Its duty in this mutter, dries
nun. e.eiic me uovernor apa-
iiiyr moony murders are or
almost dally occurrence in n Icoun
ty of Illinois, and the Governor of tho
State remains actlonlcss. He says notli
ing; lie does nothing. When murders
.ii; i-uiiiiuiucu in oincr counties tlian
N Iiiiamson, he promptly oilers rewards
for the apprehension of the murderers
Why docs he not oiler rewards for the ap
prehension of the Williamson assassins?
hat reward docs he expect for his n
lector duty in tills matter? Who can ex
plain hi- conduct 7
Till". .MAYOR AMD THE COUNCIL
The lor sometime threatened collision
between Mayor Winter and his Council
has at last occurred ; and the mayor has
not lost any prestige. He has succeeded
in putting the Aldermen Into a very awk
The history of the affair 1- about as fol
The Mayor removed from olllce Police
Constables Wbitcamp and Schuster. He
did this by virtue of authority derived
by him from whnt Is known as the May
or's bill, which provides that tho Mayor
of any city In the State may remove from
otllco any appointed otllcer. He must re
port any rcmovals.with a statement of his
reasons tor making them, to the City
Council ; and If two thirds of all the
members elect vote that the reasons
given for removal nre not sufllclcut
the removed olllcers, by retaking the
oath of olllce and lillng new bonds, arc
by such vole reinstated.
At the meeting of the Council on Tues
day night, Mnyor Winter reported lit ro-
miivai of Whltcnim) mill Sniuuwr iruiu
omee, and gave as ins reasons for the re
or It. Wc Iwlleve there onght to be onin
organization of citizens to net upon sug
gestions made In the public Interest, and
we believe no hnrni would bo done If it
should direct Its attention to the subject
When we have seen the list of mem
bers of the propo-ed I.cngue, wc will be
better able to answer tho Insulting ques
tions or the .Vim, and tell Mr. Davis
whether It Is composed of Tammany
thieves men w ho wish to steal our rail
road stock nud put In assessors who will
nsses the properly of its members less
than the property ol their neighbors
rascals who will manage to have Irregu
larities in the description of their prop
erty, so that they may escape taxation.
The Suit, having Information about the
League, knowing who are Its members,
evidently wUhes to promptly brand them
ns tax-doilijers nud general rascal. We
shall make some Investigation!), and en
deavor to ascertain who are the danger-
on men composing this awTul League.
The London Timet says President
Johnson had dauntless courage, some
political lulght and honesty never shad
owed by suspicion.
"A preparation so widely and fa
vorably know n as I lairs cgctablc Sicil
ian Hair Reuewer, needs few woids of
praise from us. This compound bns
won its wav to the highest favor in the
public mind: and multitudes, who have
vainly used other remedies for the res
toration of their hair, have, on trying the
Sicilian ltenewer. been made glad by the
speedy restoration of their gray hair to
lt natural color, and the thin locks
thickened up. as In the days of early
vouth. It also prevents the hair falling
out, makes It son and glossy, nud I alto
gether the bet preparation for Its In
tended purpose bclnic the public I'Htu
Uovcriuire, and we
negro could be found who would permit
himself to be dead In Williamson to be
assassinated in that county, we would
probably succeed in getting our Radical
Governor aroused Into action that might
result In stomping out the epidemic of
assassination now prevailing between
Carbouilale and Marion.
We are pleased to state that our col
ored friends have come forward nobly.
Wo have received a number of letters
from colored people, expressing a wil
lingness on the part of the writers to sac
rifice themselves in the cause of law and
order by being assassinated in William,
A colored preacher of the city, who
has been In Jail several times on charges
about hogs and corn, writes: "I will be
assasiinated in Williamson for fifty dol
lars and board, cash in hand."
Another writes: "Put me down as a
corpse If you can satisfy mc that my sac.
rlficc will wake Iteveridge."
Another: "Time am moil dam hard,
and llbeu Is almost ilyin'. Dcreloro I
exbrace your oiler, an' am willln' to go
into du corpus business. I'm willin'
to hire as a corpus by dc year, at a dollar
an' two drinks a day. I hah no doubt I
could ulvo pcrfue Mitlsfaetlou as a dead
nigger in Williamson, seeing as how 1
hab failed as a llbo nigger everywhere
else. Put some lines on my grave stone."
K lTI.lt Oil OI1H PUBLIC NCIIOOL
Superintendent or Public Instruction.
Hon. S. M. Ettcr, lectured at Charleston,
Coles county, on the 2iud of duly, and
spoke the truth about our school system.
"He gave," says the Charleston Courier,
"a piam, common sense talk, frcelv erltl
elzing the public schools or our State,
and pointing out many of the evil... The
primary object of the public school, he
said, had been lost sight or by both di
rectors and teachers. The legitimate
uses of tho public school were to Injure
every child Jn tho land a common Kugllsh
education reading, writing, arithmetic
una grammar. What Is called the high
school U WuU enough in Itseir, unless
comiucieu atthu expense of tho fuuda
mental branches, which In many In
stances he stated h ,ad found
to be the case. h0lu
localities he had found the same amount
paid lor teaching ninety scholars In tho
high school that was paid for rour him'
dred in the primary department. The
fundamental branches are in this way
nqrJected, and the pupil craunnwl
throughout the high school, much to his
disadvantage. Another forcible point
made, was the large number of studies
1. Disobeying orders of Mayor.
2. Talking disrespectfully of the exec
3. Complaints ol shooting tagged dogs,
I. Going Into people's premises and
u. Threatening to shooUHrs. Guusher
while protecting her dog.
0. For a tyrannical excreta or their
olllcial duties ns policemen.
Ry an almost unanimous vote the Coun
cil decided that these "reasons" were not
suflldcnt, and has by the vote declared
that a policeman of Cairo may disobey
the Mayor, talk disrespectfully about
him, shoot tagged us well as untagged
dogs, go upon the premises of any citi
zen and kill dogs, threaten to shoot wo
men, and tyrauically excreta their power
as Police Constables.
We do not believe the iucmber- of the
Council desire to occupy this position
but that they do occupy it that the
Mayor has got them Into It in .-onie way
no one can doub.
Alderman Halllday very properly mov
ed to refer the "reasons" to a committee.
This motion tho Mayor very Improperly
decided out of order. Alderman Halll
day, or some other Alderman, should
then haVc appealed from the ruling of the
chair. The Council would have refitted
to sustain the Mayor, and lie would have
been compelled to put the motion on
reference, and his "run-ons" would have
been sent to a committee, which would
liavc Investigated the charges against the
olllccrs. Hut thin was not done, and the
Council "put its loot into It."
HI. M'CI.tXI.AX ON THE CIIOI.KUA.
The report or Surgeon Ely McClellan,
of the United States army, upon the chol
era epidemic of 1873, with the cause of
the disease generally, manner of trans
mission, preventives and cures, a de
duced front his Investigations carried on
under the appointment and direction of
Congress, Is now being Issued from the
government press at Washington. The
book it thorough and exhaustive, and
contains much valuable Information on
the subject treated of. Dr. McClellan
lays down seven general propositions, the
second or which Is that the active agents
In the distribution or the cholera poi-ou
arc the dejections of persons suffering
Irom the disease In any of its. stages. That
In these dejections there exists an organic
matter, which, at a certain sUtgc of de
composition, Is capable of reproducing
the disease In the human organ
ism to which it lias gained access.
The third proposition is that cholera-dejecta
coming In contact with and drying
upon any object, such ns articles or
clothing, bedding and furniture, will re
tain indefinitely their pow er of infection.
That in tills manner a sure transinlsibill
ty of the cholera infection iselfeetcd, and
that a distinct outbreak of the dtaase
may occur by such means at great
distances from tho seat f original infec
Fourth. Dr. McClellan hold, that the
specific poison which produces cholera
originates alone in India, and has never
yet appeared in tlu Western Hemisphere
until its pestilential march has been
begun In the Eastern World, and Its
breaking out hi this country has In
variably been preceded by the arrival or
vessels Infected with cholera sick or
laden with "emigrants and their
property from Infected districts, and
tilth,', that the respiratory and digestive
organs are the avenues through which
individual Infection is accomplished, and
the use of water contaminated with
cholera poison from the atmosphere,
from surface washings, neglected sewers,
cess-pools, Ac, will often Induce an out
break of the disease.
Dr. McCiellan's preventives of cholera
epidemics are two: vigorous quarantine
at every part of entry In the country dur
ing thu prevalence ol tlie dlsense m
countries, and thorough cieanuness m
houses, yard, streets, nlleysnnd nj-ways
In nil towns nntl cities, lie also recom
mends disinfection In case of the appear
ance of the disease at any point, care be
ing taken that the disinfectants used are
effective, and that the process Is applied
to clothing, furniture, alrnud water alike,
and warns houskeepcrs to keep as clear
as possible of common house files during
the existence of the cholera.
GREAT BARGAINS !
GREAT BARGAINS !
As 1 am h.irr.iod to death from state
ments Irom New Votk, 1 am compelled to
sell my cntlro stork of Clothing at nn Im
mense Mlelith'C. Ikk Wai.Iikii,
7-10-tl. Corner Sixth and Ohio Leice.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilton .Shuttle .Sc w
Ing Mnuhlno, Ii.nnl (piano) llnlth, valued at
?8.'t. Will he folilat $10 discount, on good
terut', and ordered direct from the factory.
A No.il Vy'IIssii .Shuttle. .Sewing Machine
valued ut Will be sold at $15 dlicount
and orilcreil direct lmu the factory.
A j!K) lictiilngtoa Sewing Machine-f.')0
off for cah. Suitable! for tailor or boot and
t a bargain, and on good term, a Howe
Sewing Midline. May bo seen at the Com
pany's olllce, corner Ninth street and Com
'l'liiuri'niuo America" I
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjMIH IIUI.I.K l J.V Uiiulillalinlvrrrymnriiliig
(cxcqil Motiitiiy) In Hip tlulMlit IIuIMIiik, cor
ner W'ttilniiKloii nVHiup nml Twelfth tiled
Tiik lleLLk.ns l mm. I in city snliii libci.i by
frtlllifnl carrlrM nt Twenty-Five (Vnts n lVik,
payable wcvkly. lly Mull, (lu advance) , 10nr
Milium! sl InontlH, till thiii- inoiitln, tJj one
tnoulh, tl '.'li.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'ii1ll!ift every Tlmrnlny morning at $1 "'
x" annum, Inviolably in lulvuiiic. '1 he iostiii
on the Weekly will be iremld lit IliU olllce, bo
Hint nubscrltier) will obtain fur n Biilnotinlloii
rice of 1 n cur.
lUulnesa Cnnt', pernnnimi f-Vi 00
... i (l
... 1 :n
... 'J M
,.. 11 M
... i Ol
,.. S V)
One aiiiare, one nseitlon
Une mituire, two insertion,
One ainnre, one week,
One eijuare, two w-evkt,
One 8iiiare, three weekJ
One K'lure, une month
KOIt 3 ALU.
ABt)U"i:," "dough, Warren & Co.V
1'arlor Organ, right from the factory at De
troit. I.M price, 8300. Will be sold lor
A new two-horsu Gamble wagon.
For any of tho above. artlclci, apply nt
the Hui.i.KiiN olllce. K. A. IIuknktt.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men frni the ef.
fccM of error j and abuses lu curly life.
Manhood rctorcd. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method ol treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hook
and circulars sent free, in nealcd envelopes.
Addrci-, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 410
'. Ninth treet, Philadelphia, l'a.-an Insti
tution having a high reputation for honor
at le conduct and prolceslonal skill.
5-1 l-d fi iv-.'Jm.
W K K K L Y .
One square, one liiertlmt, il On
Kach miliAeiiiient In-ertlon .'')
30ne Inch U a iUaic.
S3'l'o regular udurtUira we offer superior In
Uuceimnls, both ai to mte ot cluirion and man
lier ot ilixphi) lug their fUvotd.
Kl"Notlcc In local column Inseitedl'or Fif
teen L'eiitu per line for one liiM-rllon, Twtnty
Cents it line fur two insertion!, Twenty-Fhe
Cents a line for three Iurrtlona, 'Ihiity-Five
Cents a line for one wtik, and Seventy-Flic
Cents a line for one mouth,
Communication!! upon subjocta of kuu
oral Interest to the public solicited.
13All tellers should be addressed to
JOHN II. Olli:ilI.Y,
President Cairo bulletin Coiiiiuiny.
The HOWE Machine
Will stand a tost of Strongth of Ma
cliincry that no other Machino will. Call
and soo and bo convinced that this is
tho best now in the Market.
Tho Howo Machino Co.
Agency For Southern IUinoia.
D. F. BENNETT, Manager.
M'l... ' ... I , ..I I
i iiu .tu ii is iii.iiiiicii. noiiie person in
ntteniptiiii' to orifiuil.e in Cairo a society,
a 1 nx l'nyers' League, or something of
uiat Kinu, aud the Sun wants to know
whether it U composed of uini so inter
ested lu the public good ns to favor thu
giving up of the city's stock In the Cairo
& St. Louis railroad whether It Is a
Tnniiuany society for thejiuriiofi! of con
trolling thlngi-ol getting Into the no
sltlon of assessors men who will tuxes h
the property ol Its members at less than
that of their neighbors, or see that Irregu
larities are made in descriptions of proii
crty. etc., so that an enforcement of the
tux will not be legal
"Wo should like to know nil about this
new Institution," Aaya the ,S'm, "and If
friend Obcrly of the Hullktim knows
what flic new society li for, he will please
We would like to accommodiito our
neighbor, but can'f. We don't belong to
the League, If there Is n League, and no
')ody him nsked us to become n member i
And now wc are published as a de
serter from the Democratic parly. "The
Peoria Transcript," cays the IVkln lie-
publican, "appears to bo encouraged by
what It considers lion. John II. Oberly's
npostney to the Democratic party." Then
the llcpublican adds in nn innocent way
"We can assure the Transcript that Obcr
ly means nothing more by this seeming
withdrawal from the Democratic party,
than, It possible, to pull the wool over
the eyes of a tew Republicans, and there
by secure their votes for n seat In Con
gross. Whether Obcrly la a candidate
for Congress or not,when',the proper time
comes ho will relapse Into old fossilized
Tin: friends ol the several aspirants for
the senatorial vacancy in Tennessee,
caused by the death of Andrew Johnson,
who called on Gov. Porter in unseason
able haste after Mr. Johnson'n death, re
ceived a just rebuke from thu Governor,
lie ciiipitaucaiiy refused to entertain any
suggestions in regard to the matter until
after Mr. Johnson's burial. Three candi
dates are already prominent, ex-Gov.
Brown, Otii. IJato and ex-Gov. Harris,
Pursuant Guam's cxceutlw! order
announcing the death of Andrew Johnson
was a inoro graceful expression than any
onolHllcved His excellency would havu
the grace to make. "The solemnltv of tho
occasion which culled lilin to the Presi
dency," says Mr. Grant, "with the varied
nature and length of his public service
will caiM) him to be long remembered,
ami occasion mourning tor the death of n
distinguished public servant."
j unpolitical ami personal friends of
the late cx-Prcsldent Johnson at Mem
phis met in the court-house square on
Tuesday afternoon for tho purpose ol
expressing in a public manner their sot
row for hN death, and appreciation
of his character as a man, citizen
It In I'xelesH
to attempt to cleanse a stream while the
fountain Is Impure. Dyspepsia, complaint
of the liver and kidneys eruptions ol tho
skin, serolulii, beadacbef, and ll ""
arising from Impure M"'. n" a 0Wl' rc
moved hv nr. w'lker'g California Vine-
irar Hitters, tho Kreat and Infallible, purltier
of tho blood. ul renovator of tlio ytom.
It has never been known to fall, iioldcd
the pRtlcnt had not delavcd using It until
the vitality of ills system was too tar gone.
(let I he Hint.
Dr. Seth Arnold's Cough Killer the
great eradleator lor all lung di-eae-i su
perior remedy to all other medicines yet
discovered, in cvere cases. It Is a sure,
oulek, and perfectly m(e remedy lor
coughs, void, ore tliroit, whooping cough
jroup, and all dhe.ve' of the throat and
lungs. Hetall price. 2.1 and 60 cents and 61.
Any bottle that does not give relief may be
returned, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold's Dlarrha a llnNum, 'J.I and
fiO cents. Itcincrnber It Is warranted. Ar
nold's Ullliotu Mundraku Pills, operating
without sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. .Setli Arnold's Medical Corporatbn,
Woonsockct, It. I. Sold by Paul U.Sctmh,
druggist, Cairo, III. fi5-4.-2.V3ni.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to teie in 7 Hours,
Cairo c& Viaconnos
Leave Cairo, ....
Arrive at Uvanavllle,
4:00 a. m.
11:00 a. in.
Cnlro V Vliieeiini-H
Ktuiisi Die Uuviiig l.'uiio via
lllll-H U:illloildul ill. 111..
make eloi-c eoiinee.tlons at Cuiinl, and leiicli
Kvansvlllv ut 11 o'rloek tlie Mime inoniliik'.
TEN IIOI IIS M)Oai:it than or unyotlr
route. M. 11. CiiOllltlUff,
J AS. M.M.f.OItY, lien I'li-t'eiiKtrAKt
Tasienyir .Igint, Cairo.
KOHTHS1DK OF EIGHTH HTREE'J
Between WuablnKtou and Commercial
Tin: wet weather and the rtiliuiilon of
tho crops have had a bad effect on cir
cuses as on other enterprises. Vankee
Robinson was sold out, bag and baggage,
the other day, nt Falrvault, Minn.
Tun Tazowell tltpublican has received
new presses, type, &c., and Is now a
model paper published from a model
printing office. Lusk Is a live man, and
merits all tho sucecj") lie biii uchleved.
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OlTeit.1 for Suli af - -
Great Heducticn in Pricoai
Tho Pooplo'a Ilomcily. ,
Tho Univorsnl rninUxt uefor.
Note: Aik for Pond's Extract.
Take no other.
"llinr; for 1 will fKuk uf i.iilleiit ihlni
Injuries to.MHiini I!(-.i,4,
I falls Ilriil-oa.
jSirniiiN, .spmim, (.onlii
, hioiiH, ll()eatlnlH.
il'riK'liirfo, ttit, Ijiiiru
tel or Incloiil Woiinili
Prints, Bloachcd Muslins,
Table Linens, Porcalos,
LARGft STOCK OF DRESS GOOD
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.1.1 . Jtoodi noiirllne Steamboat, I'lantatlon i.inl Kjlnlly Medicine C'aoea IXinilthiil
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74 Obio Levee.
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VV'auUluif ton At., Oor. 8th j
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Notice to Contractors.
Si:.l,i:i)lirowial will lie teieiwd nt tlie ur
llieol tlie Uoveiiior, III MniiiKfleld, until
noon uf AllKlitt Ihtli, 1I5, nt hIiIi-Ii timn tlie
will be iiih-iihI, in tlie pie-eme uf the bldilei,
for theiieetion nml uuiiijiletlon ul'tbe
of tlie IlllnoU Noutliei u Ilo.jillal fur Hie lii-.-un-,
nt Anna, I'nlon eiimt y, llllunlri.
All bids i-liall uliow tbc t-stltuuli-d iut ufllix
jnaleiiiilH to be lunili-lnad and ul'llie wmk tu bo
done iit'eaeliilen riitioii lu detail un in the epe
ellleatloiK und each pioimsal liiimt beuicuiii
p.inled bv a bond of one IioiimiiuI ilollani, sIkii
td by ut lejtid tliree unetles. The nim-oitul bid
der ohall beieipilieil to Kile a bond to llm Peo
ple ol Hie stain lu tlienuui uftwo liumlred llioii
nand ilnlliun for the fulthtul pel rornunce uf the
conlract, 'Jlie board iwriM the I IkIiI to rejiet
nil) and all ImU, il'ileeini-d fur the interest ut the
hluli-lo do Ml,
l'laim aud oi-n'lllcilluin will be on e.lilblliou
at the ullli-e of Hie eoiiiniibloueri, in Anna, on
oruftcr.lnlyM, IW.wlH-re a ropy of Hie law
can bu Men, riopomlii mini lie encloel In
eealeil cnve!oiei, endnwil i "l'roKi.saH for the
election of Hie h'oulli Whitf," ami acldn-sn d to
the"lloai-il ot'Coiumlnilonirs fur Hie eieelioii uf
the Sontliern Illinobi lu-nne Anvlnm, rare Gov
ernor llewridxe, SprliiKlleld, lllluulo."
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