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30KM K. OBERLT, Editor.
mod law nrt'OMMKMnrn
The .St. Louis Olobe-Demoernl recom
mends to tho iooplc of Williamson t'oitn
ty that tlicy Mtall establish n vlsilfince
committee, mid prorocd tolhchnngliiKot
the ruwuslns. The i1.ui would not work.
The rums-ln would not object. Thoy
would fro into tho committee, nnd under
color of It authority would proceed to
kill with ffreatcr Industry than ever.
rri.ANKI CKOPH.-MAK KIM.RD.
Our old correspondent, "M. 1). U.."
writing trom Ncwcll's Switch, near Pu
laski station, on tho Illinois Central. Au
gust 12, says :
"It has been so long since I i-hiltncii a
place In your columns that I do not know
whether I will llnd It or not. Notwith
standing the long continued rnlns, the
wheat will be a full average crop, ami thu
corn never looked better than at proj-ent.
"But what I set down to write about,
was the following accident :
"This morning tho Southern bound pas
senger train ran over and killed Thomas
Kennedy, a laborer In the employ of II.
II. Williams, one nnd a quarter mile
south of Ullln. The body wn horribly
mangled, the legs, arms and head being
severed from tho trunk, mid the brain
scattered a distance at lift yards, pre
sented a spectacle extremely horrible,
and was a warning to all to keep oil the
track when under the Influence of liquor.
An Inquest was held by Inquire Nlckcn,
and a verdict rendered In accordance with
tho foregoing facts."
tiii: orrr.RKii rkwakdn
The .S'frife Juunml finds something
practicable In the rewards offered by the
County Commissioners of Williutm-oii
county for tho apprehension of the mur
derers of Ilulliner, llendertou, Iiiuclicllft
and Spcnec. AVc see In the oiler but little
hope of any good result. The publicity
of tho ofter will put every one of the out
laws on his guard, and but lew, for so
small a sum, will undertake the danger
ous and difficult ta-k of lliidiug tho trail
of the assassins, arresting them and
prosecuting tlu-iii to conviction. How
can they bo convicted ? They hae ter
rorized the county, and a jury cannot be
obtained in it that will convict.
The court is timid, the olllcer.s of the
county have not the moral courage to do
tlieir wholo duty, and in short tliceouuty
is in the hands of the murderers. How,
then, can they be punished, under present
circumstances, by due process of Jaw Sr
I hey have no fear ol arrest because of
the rewards offered for their apprehen
sion. They are now laughing at the
Commissioners ol the county, and
will soon be at their bloody work again.
And Grandmother llcverldgo will sleep
K.MUMCI.Mi Til KM.
The Pildiicah Herald Is one of the most
ultra Democratic papers in the United
States. It tolerates no compromise with
existing facts, and severely rebukes all
.Southern men who have the moral cour
age to walk abreast ulth events permit
ting the "dead past to bury Its dead."
It denounced Gens, i'oncst and Pillow
for the art they took In the Pole-Hearers'
rcoMtlUatloii meeting at MemphN,
and hMlMied its batteries upon Hon.
L. Q. C. Lamar, the most prominent and
able Democrat in Mississippi, becauwi
that gentleman culojilwsd ttennior Sum
ner after his death, nnd has lately de
feated tho attempt to establish the "color
line" In his State. Col.- Lamar, exclaims
tnc Jieraia. "is uouutiess a very accom
plished gentleman, but then Uyron tells
us that the most accomplished gentle
man that he met while In Italy picked
his pocket of his gold snuff box during
an evening's pleasant social intercourse
The South should take care that its polit
ical pocket is not picked by .such par-
venui to Boston aristocracy and Sew
YTork milllQnalrcs as Col. Lamar." Gen.
Preston ol South Carolina, the uttcrcr
of foolish language eulogistic of the
"Lost Cause" and expressive of the ul
timate success of that cause, is treated
kindly, aflectionutoly, by thu Herald;
but sensible gentlemen, who really ap
preciate the "situation," are denounced
by that paper in no unmeasured term-: !
Those who have read the Article, of As
sociation of the Cairo Cltlcus' Associa
tion must agrco with us In the opinion,
that this society should be strengthened
by the membership of every lux-payer
oi Cairo. Our city needs a society of
this kind, and this one should be main
tained, and used with Industry to consum
mate the objects it has in view. In the
AwcluUon may ho iIImjiivi! crv sub-
ject of interest to the people of Cairo,
anu every independent tongue may wag
on every subject It wishes to air. Kvcn
Mr. Davis, who attacked the Association
before he knew what its objects were, de
nouncing its members as lax-dodges and
railroad stock thieves, may, if he has the
courage to do so, enter the Association
anu prove his charges. The door
is closed against no person
who pays luxes in Cairo. They mav en
ter by putting down with their names
and fifty cents, and they may remain In
by paying twenty-live cents a month.
xiiciiowioi mo .vm iiDout poor men,
draymen uud laborers, being excluded is
not true, for every man who owns a dray,
or norse, or any property, no matter how
little, on which ho pays taxes, may be
come a member of tho Association with
au the right tluit the heaviest tax-payir
enjoyb. Why Mr, Davis attacked the
pdety we cannot lulno-ln what in
tereat bo made the attaek we cannot my ;
bat that ho was pricked to it by wmo per
son, for au object, we buy,. Il0 ' bt
However, tho tact that he was tola to at-'
Uck the society , docs not Jiutity Uln
aalilnf its members, of the best men of
the elty, tax-dodgers and possible rail
MAHYI.AXn AMAIMftT THE (M'AIP.
Kallrond companies which are fighting
the scalpers that I person wlio buy or
persons who sell coupons of railroad
tickets which have been partly used by
other person", have found n friend In
Judge IVnrsc of Maryland. In nlatc
eve of tho Baltimore & Ohio railroad,
agalnU Levi miliary, Involving the priv
ilege of the detendent to ride
upon the united portions of a
coupon ticket, Judge Pearse de
cided In favor of the company. He
held that the holder of a railroad ticket,,
at tho commencement of n Journey, is
the only person who has the right to ue
it for the di(ance tor which it Is Issued ;
having started on hU journey, he, and
only he, U entitled to Its completion.
His commencement of the Journey Is the
proflerof himself to the railroad compa
ny as the person to be transported on the
ticket, and the company accepts him a
such. 1 lie Judge did not hold that
the man who purchased the
ticket and no other. should
make the journey on It. The
Inconvenience of such a rule of construc
tion is sclt-evlilenee. No man could pur-
cuasc n rauroati iicuei tor ins wile or
child or relative. The ticket Is good to
the holder who presents It to the
company on the beginning of a Jour
ney. If Judge Pearse s opinion prevailed
throughout the country, the scalpers
would liud their occupation gone.
ji:t'Fi;ito. n.iviN i. ii,moin.
The board of director of the Vlnneba-
go County Industrial Association Invited
.Mr. Jcller-on Davis to deliver tho annual
uddro's at the Winnebago county fair to
lie held next month. That the Invitation
should have been extended Is one sur
prise. Winnebago county is a Kepubll
ean county It lia live Hcpublleans to
one Democrat. That Mr. Davis should
accept the invitation U another surprise.
He lias accepted It, and writes to tho
Secretary of the Association that "unless
prevented by some unlorsccn cause, he
will be In ltoektbrd on thelltli of Sep
tember, the day on which the fair com
mcuces. Mr. Davis writes that he lias
long desired to revisit Illinois and see the
wonderful development which has been
made since he lelt it, as it was then a
wilderness orcupiod by siv.iges, and that
for that reason the invitation N ilmililv
welcome. Mr. D.ivls will address the
Wiiiiiebagu county farmers on airileul-
iur.ii siinjeeis, ami granting iiim pos
xcsscii oi ordinary common sense
will make no objectionable rclerenco to
the late unpleasantness or indulge in any
regrets that the Lost Cau-e was a lost
one. His coining Xoitli, by Invitation
and on such a mission, will be a genuine
sensation, and Is one of the surest of the
late evidences that the era of good feel-
lug between the North and the South 1
real and not superficial. The sturdy Itc-
public.m farmers of Winnebago county
win no doubt put their be-t feet fore
most In tho work of hospitably greeting
and entertaining the ex-Confederate
president; he can do no less than to re
ciprocate by equal heartiness and an
avoidance of all unpleasant sulijeclsv In
this event, Ills address will boot' practi
cal benefit to the farmers who w ill lis
ten to it, and the occasion of his Ull will
exert an Influence for good extending far
beyond the circumscribed limits of Win
I III: .MA YOU (Ml XjkllHilAi..
City "Marshal Wlllliuns Is of the opln
Ion that Mayor Winter did wrong when
he removed Whlteamp and Schuster
from the police force, and that lie is very
wrong now In refusing to sign orders
upon the treasury lor the salaries of those
gentlemen during the time they were not
'i no .Marshal iniml does not seem to
run in the same channel with the May
or's, lie appears to have ideas of his
own, and to Insist that they shall be re
spectcd. For his firmness he Is entitled
to public respect; and it Is but Just to
say, inai in every way, so far as our
knowledge goes, excepting in his con
duct about the elictw, lie has endeavored
to do his duty; and, iiidecd.lt Nsald.wlth
little truth we hope, that the dlllieulty
i.... , ... . .
uumccii i lie .uayor anu .Marsiial grew
out of Ids determination to keep his word
with the people his word given diirin,
the canvass which resulted in .Mayor
Winter's election, and which he man
aged, that gamblers should have no conn
tenauce in alio under the new adminis
u is said lie, VMiucamp and Schuster
arrested a gambler by the name of Black
on the charge of gambling, and, before
Miuiie Comings, proved the charge.
Black was lined one bundled dollar, and
Mayor Winter, It Is said, endeavored to
induce Marshal Williams and the police
men io consent to its reduction, llm
.Mayor claiming that he could remit it
.'iarsiiai, u is said, got up in the
Headquarters nnd said in a verv am-rv
tone: "Black lias been lined, as he should
uacijccn; and I'm damned it I don't re
'' no line is reduced
i ci'fii ir , ,. . . .
" i l'iiy, ici nun go
Into tho calaboose." It istald, the Mayor
leu mo Headquarters angry, ami thus the
battle was commenced. It Is said, he
immediately began to gather evidence
against the ollleers, a-id finally removed
them, not because they had been L'ulltv
of neglect of duly but because they had
loo faithfully performed their duty by
attacking tho gamblers. Wo have heard
members of the Council make this charge,
and Justify themselves by It In voting to
not sustain the Mayor In his action.
The Mayor, on his part, insists that ho
removed the olllccrs because they are
guilty orwhat ho charged against them,
and for no other reason; that lie can
prove ail he charged, and more: that ho
Marshal has not treated him with re
spect, has been Insiirbordiiiato and
has taught tho members of
the police force, if not by
words at Jeast by example, to bo Insub
ordinate ; thut Marshal Williams is re-
poinlblo for the loss of tho circus license
money, ho haying connived at the uon-
payment of the money, and that the Mar
shal entered into a contract with tho cir
cus to get It out of the city untouched by
any legal process and unimpeded by the
claim ol the city. Ha says much more,
also: but always accompanies his com
plaints against the Marshal with a decla
ration of friendship tor him and of his
unw illingness to precipitate a dlfllculty
by hli removal.
This Is the way the matter stands be
tween tile Mayor and the Marshal. The
Council, In our opinion, should not be
come the partisan of either, but should at
once enter Into an Investigation of the
charges that have been made in this con
troversy. The Investigation, we will ad
mit, could not result in the dis
charge trom his office of either
the Mayor or Marshal, hut
it Is due to their constituents to have the
charges cither estiiullshedjor disproved. If
the Mayor Is persecuting odlcers because
they are unwilling to close their eyes to
gambling, the people should know the
fact : and they should not be kept in Ig
norance if the Marshal has been guilty of
what he ha? been charged by the Mayor.
tiii: rAii.Mti: or iu;vriiiiMii:.
John L. Bevet Idge N, we regret to ay,
a failure ns Governor. He U uow con
fronted by facts that require action at his
hands, and he Is entirely inactive. In
one county of tho State a lot of assas
sins are taking human life, driving out
citieus by threats and destroying proi
city. These n.ssnslus have Intimidated
the courts and olllccrs ol the county, or
el-e have secured their favor by the use
of money. Thus It has happened that In
one part, of the State ol which Mr. Bev-
cridge is Governor neither life nor prop
el ty is sale, freedom of speech has been
supprescd and the laws are dead. The
Thugs of Williamson are mouarchs of
all they snnoy. It Is the duty of .Mr.
Bevcridge, acting as Governor of Illinois,
to take care that the laws thus set at de
fiance are carefully enforced ; but he re
fuses to do so. "I have no authority to
Interfere," he says; "the authorities or
Hit; county have not called upon me for
In the name of all that is sensible, to
what good uses can such a Governor as
this be put ? He argues lhattheStato can
not Interfere to enforce the laws hi a
county until the county authorities have
called upon hint, lie treats a county u
the Democrats would have the general
government treal a Stale, and yet he Is
one of tho-.e w ho Justifies federal Inter
ference In tlie all'airs of any State lie Is
illogical and foolish hi his position. Ac
cording to Bevcridge all that Is necessary
to strip the executive of his authority to
enforce the laws, is Dial lawless men
shall get Into the county nftlccs,
and say to the lawless element In
the county : "Kill and steal ; we will be
inactive" For instance we will suppose
that Judge Crawford shuts his eyes to the
disastrous condition ol nflairs, although
wo believe he does not; that he don't
care to "mix into tho trouble," being a
gentleman who Is not altogether regard
less of the future ; that the Shcrifl is a
relative of parties In tho vendetta ; that
other county olllccrs arc careless; that
the ablest lawyers In tlifs part ol (lie
State stand ready to defend and take care
that the Juries arc "all right;" that the
good citi.ens are alraid to speak. Wo
will suppose that this condition of ultuiru
lias resulted in no application oemg
made to the Governor, and that assassin
ations arc of daily occurrence and people
nru botnj; dully driven out Ol tile comity.
The Judge Is looking on calmly; the
Sheriff Is looking on cooly; the other of
ficers are looking on without in
terest; and the Governor says:
"I can do nothing; the county
authorities have not asked me to Inter
fere; let the murdering goon." Is this
good sense? Is it not the duty of the
Governor to interfere In just such nu exi
gency? If the otllcers and people of the
county would do their duty thu laws
would be enforced and Gov. Beverldge
would never be disturbed in his slum-
oers; nut wueu tlie olllccrs ot any
county in the State do not do their duty
and the laws are not enforced, then tho
Governor should take care to enforce
them. If he docs not ho ought to be
denounced from one end of the State to
the other, and nil the way across It also
'I'm: moral record ot the ltqpiiblican
btate of Iowa Is not creditable to the
".Massachusetts of thu West." l.'epubll
can newspapers arc fond of setting down
Ignorance and lawlessness and crime to
the credit of localities in which election
returns show DcmocruUu majorities. Hut
tlie pride of Iowa is that Democracy
does not nourish tiiere the soli of the
State has never been favorable to Its
grow th, and yet the Chicago THhunt.of a
late date says: "Again comes the old, old
story from;iowa,ofvlolenec.assault, rape,
murder, and other crimes, the most ot
thctn going unpunished. Fifty-seven
eases ot rape lids summer, and only
three convictions ! .Six murders during
the last mouth, and not one of the mur
derers will bo puulihed. The chief cause
of this fearful avalanche of crime in
Iowa," Ac. All of w hich is a bad know
ing for tho Republican Stuto ot Iowa, and
Is pretty satisfactory evidence that the
morals of a State or a locality llud their
root in something deeper than its poli
tics. im: btatu Hoard of Equalization is
now In session at Spilngllcld and will tit
probably three weeks. The organization
is thosamo as last year, Gen. I.lnpincott.
chairman and Henry Ives, secretarv.
Tlie aiseiuent returns for nil the conn.
tics, except two, Alexander uud Monroe,
were laid before the Hoard, and tho re
turns for the two counties named will lie
In by to-morrow.
I'liKSiDENriAL candidates are snrlnir-
lug up on every side. Gen. llnrnside and
Gov. Hayes of Ohio are the latest. Tho
latter's eligibility, however, depends
greatly on whether he defeats Allen for
Governor this fall.
TAX-riGinixn has become, epidemic.
There arc lew towns or cities without
their tax-payers' association?.
n r. believe the Aim said, somo time
ago. that tho Tax-Payers' League was
dead. Don't tho fact strike tho .Vim.
that the League (tho name given to the
Association by tho .S'wi), is a most lively
corpse? Who told our neighbor the As
sociation was dead? W ell, you needn't
mention his name; but let us advise you,
good nnd gentle Davis, to not take thrt
person's advice on the subject of life and
death again. Hvldcntly he l not a good
Judge of a very live thing.
Del Ic Hi Hi-!' I tMKS KM
herlV il f.onl. Ilr.
03rXX Amber and White rag stock
Mivelo);sattlipBi'M.KTt.v ofllce. printed,
$:i W) and j I 00 per M.
Wood mill Coal .
Wood, $1 per cord RO cents off for
cash. Big .Muddy coal by the ear load
per ton. Ail goods delivered.
C. W. Wm-.ni.Ku & Co.
Oitici: ami Vahi). Tenth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
I.oiiN llrrlMTl linn ril.SKMllt.
GREAT BARGAINS !
GREAT BARGAINS !
As I im lurni'.sfcd to death from state
ineiitK from New York, 1 am compelled to
sell my entire stock of Clothing at an Im
mense sncrlllcc. Ike Wamikii,
-,-Vrtt. Corner Sixth and Ohio Lcvcc.
1'ILSKNKU at Louis Herbert's.
Now Is your time to secure bargtln at
b-T-Jt O. llAVTHOItN .V; C'O'S,
Wc will close out a lot of Gentlemen'.
t'lolli shoes, at very low Hgurci.
O IIavtiioiin A; Co.
A ottagc, No. 31 Tenth street, between
Washington and Walnut. Apply to Oh.is.
banc. ' f-7-tf
A i-llu-r plated No.O Wilson Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) llnltli, valued at
(sj. Wilt 1)0 loldat 20 discount, on good
term', and ordered direct from the factory.
A No.U Wilson Slniltlu Sewing Machine
valued at &73. Will be sold at $15 dlu-ount
aud ordered direct Ire in the factory.
A i'JO Itemlngton Sewloj; Machine :!0
off for cah. Suitable for tailor or boot nnd
At a bargain, and on good tonus, a Howe
Sowhij,' Machine. May do seen at the Com-pan'-,
olllcc, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial. VOll SALK.
Tk-turesNUo America" lb numbers
bound in i! volumes, full gilt Morocco j
A styls "l'" "Clougb, IWir.-en & Co.'-,"
1'nrlor Urg:n, right from the factory at I).
trolt. I.M price, 300. Will be sold for
A uow two-boice Gambit! w agon.
For any of the above articles, apply at
the HUI.I.KTIN olllcc. K. A. liUIINETT.
I A INT AM OIIJS.
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shados, Sic,
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Sr. O. XXTTUXViS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lullotln Dulldlnc, Corner Twelfth Street
ana WaHhlntfton Avenue,
ECo"ntV n.I Uallrood Work a specialty.
C N. HUGHES,
Over Xathui Uhl'i.
fJ . ,firtclw,1 Companies rcprc
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
c'tr National Bank BalldlBf , np-iuiri.
The 01dt EaUblUbed Aceney In South
rn xiiuiomi niinwauiw over
165 000 000.
XfOUiliu xiil)- cure of Seminal Weaknetii,
2n "X Indl.crttlouii or execaa.
K. HILTON ACO..
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilE nUM.KTIN Is rulilLholcrrry morning
(except Monitny) lutlic llilllilln IlitlMlnjf, cor
ner ':itmixtun aunnemiil Twelfth street
Tiik llru.Kriv U seneil to city Milurrllit-r liy
rnlthnil enrrlersiitTwentr-Klw C'eiiti a Week,
pnynMe weekly, fly Mull, (in ailvaiice), 10t
annum sk umnlln, Sf.j thru- tnontlii, (J) one
month, 91 :..
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
ritljllnleil every Thursday liminlnftnl 1 V
ie- annum, InrnriaMy In advanee. '1 he postage
oil tho Weekly will lie nil-paid nt this offloe, to
that Eiili.'crllwrs will obtain fur a au1xeriitlon
rice of $1 n year.
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IltulneM Cnnls, pernnnum, Ti to
One square, one nertlon,. , (10
One opiate, two intertlon 1 10
One square, one week J to
One 6'uarc, two weeka, 3 fx)
One iunre, three weeka,. I uj
One tqurc, one month, 6 w
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One s'liiare, one insertion,...
Kacli siiliM.iii(.-nl Infcrllon
tj-One Inch Is n fjnaic.
J3"To refniluradertlserj we offerUerlor In
ducement, both as lo rate ol charicta and man
ner of dliplaylnif their Talon.
t3"Ktlees In local column InHUnl for Fif
teen Cents per line fur one Insertion, Twenty
Cent' n Hue fur two luierllons, Twenty-File
Cents n line for three Insertions Thirty-Five
Guts u line fur one nerk, nnd Sjewnty-Flvc
Cents a line fur one month,
Communications upon mbjecta of icen
oral Interest to the public solicited.
tJAU letter nhould Ik: addressed to
JOHN- II. oni:i:i.v,'
President Culm Jlullelln Comiuiny.
Tho Pcoplo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
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Sore or Inflame"! Kyes or
Hor' MpiilfN. lnllamtd
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Milk I.i-K. Ovarian
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oil orsnra r i-et.
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Hosiill 1111,-t. insect
KtlnK. Chaiieil Itinnlit.
I'O.WN KXTIt.tfT a for Kale l.yull Flrsl.
ull Drn?Kita, I'hyalelans, ami i it ry
Itoily i ho lint -n-r iihiI It.
I'iiiillil-t rontainltiK III. lory anil l!ea mall.
"I liecon ii'dlcitliiii, ir not lo lalyoiir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.w Yorli mill I.oihIoii.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE'l
Between Washington and Commercial
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The HOWE Machine
Will stand a test of Strength of Ma
chinery that no other Machino will. Call
and seo and be convincod that this Is
the best now in the Market.
The Howo Machino Co.
Agency For Southern Illinois.
D. F. BENNETT, Manager.
S. a '
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Oflited for Sale nt
Great Reduction in Frices;
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
mtv filock of White Ooode, Victoria Lawns, Swias Marsailoa, nnd a l.irpe Slock ot
Ribbons. 'Ilui en tlie Hock will he nM at actual r-t, and continue until It is clox-d out. Cull
lid lx-cn inenlof (iri-.U Ilarfaln TKKJIi 1 Itll'i I.Y I MI
Corner Eighth St. and Comznorcial Ave
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICr.V?
DBUGGISTS- FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD
WAMUlaS WINDOW GLASS,'
W!Sr'?.l!!Lu ;IU. I'hyalclana and (ii-ni-rul Slon-a In wan
WHOLESALE RETAIL, CAIRO I RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
evee- ' I WaahlnRton At,, Cor. 8th St.
Sr lM ADT
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
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