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THE DAILY CAIRO lUILLKTIX: SUNDAY MOUSING, MAY 5, 1878.
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OFFICIAL I'Al'KIt OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Tims. Nai.i.v, Eiutoh.
UeiiKKTtit In Xomi not Inns.
roil h'TATK TKCATKnit.
EDWAHD I.. rKoNlvlilTK. i.f St-iilifn-nn.
Toll MTEItlXTKNUKNT OP 1MT.1.K' l-TIIITTIoS,
ISAM I 'EL M. F.TI KIl, of .MiI.iiiii.
The Johnson County Journal alarmingly
remarks tlmt llic people of Hell's Neck ami
Wild Cat lire disciKsiiig a temperance pic
nic Tlicy devil tlicy arc!
The days of the twenty-cent t-ilvcr piece
tire nearly numlicrcd. It will not lie paid
out iiirain when received hy the Government.
J! these pieces !."0nfi() urc ill circulation.
We shall part from tlie Utile fraiul without
The Republicans declare, with irreat cm
ihii!i.s, that the Democrats carried ni:-.ny of
the Southern States for Ti!di-n hy n system
of intimidation and fraud; but, when the
Democrats say: ,,L"t us inv.-stiiriite,'' tlie
outcry of opposition is raised by all the lie-.,
juiblicun editors and other politicians. They
want no investigation. Tiiey know that
Mr. Hayes secured his present jxition by
the meanest political trick ia history, and
they do not want any light let iu uj'n
The Sun tuggests that The Bitxetin j
should have a ls tt.T proof-r -ader. We
agree with the Sun. L' t us reciprocate by
::suring the Sun that its trouble is a want t
of brains. We naya this in a!! kindn- s.
We would not hurt our neighbors feeling
for the world. He M.th a grille and a
1, -ofi.I wui. He is a Ii;i!j T thv newsjvijxr ,
2. . . ,. , , , . . . , 1 of the hands fifth': Partv now in control of
!;. a little, bleating. u:ic rtain lamb.:, '
He I ': lis in so f nilisli a m mm r in s'u h a
v, i'.k voice iji.1i ne my i.n:i. ani oiiim j
not frighten him with a har-h word for ail
. i. ... . -i . . I . I i
the wealth of Orniuz or of Ind.
Tun Sun. commenting upon the death
f .b hn Moirissiy, n r. hides tl.:.t he was a
bad man, and remarks: "Jolia Morris-ey
was always a I)i'ino r:.t.' This is n truth.
.Io!i:i whs always a Di iivs rat, a fact that
k' iit him out of the penitentiary. If, with
' his other meanness, , John had also been a
R.'l ubiiean, saving grace fou!d have lieen
lot iiwin him. In early life ho wrmtd
h:.ve abandoned ail decern y. have becOHJt a
burglar and ended his career in tiie peni
tentiary or mi office Ma li as licikmip, l!ab
ciK k or the poiiticul Jovee held.
Tho four Circuit .bulges of Chicago, sit
ting in bane have divided (h it the new
revenue scrip issued by that city in antici
pation of taxes. nlVr the h' v ),;,s actually
been made, is legal, This ( firms the
opinion of Messrs. Gr en and Gilbert, on
th" same que-tion. yivon the Hoard of Com
llllssliilier of this county hi t December, and
under which th- board has :u t .! in issuing
the county revenue wairaiits. This county
was. we believe, the first to aceej.f the situa
tion after the decision of tlw Supreme Court
in the case of the City of Sprin-rllehl vs.
Edwards, mid slop the -eon- of th- old
fashioned (utility if I r u;o!t th- treasurer
v.ll. n tll"H' were lyi fluids l :i the Tle:'siirv to
til 1 Ihelll. Mi', Thi Mr s V, ll::!i;,la, lis
Ml-f.l lis ll'' licence I 'I of i ; ( 'i t: y Coln-
:.isi..e.Si i:.i..e,l the e n , !', valid
ity of the old fashion",! s-T;o, : in e,l in the
movctn n! tint i : 1: 1 i i A'.e;iider
county issiihr.; a Tip like
iss.p d by Cl.'e'ago :,!,,;
declund legal. Mr, llaiv
head on nil U"-1 ii .;.s. f tl
s inst lieen
lee a clear
V.Of.lll, Ih-I llllS ' I'f I''1'- fill 1. ll- If) iili.ib!l'
111' l ib T of th" Gel.el'c! As. 'l.l'l'.y.
IN-DOOR AND ot'T.
This chariuii.g ine.itb j , I, ,.,,, , tl.
IH.d IIS Usual, loaded dov, n w ; t i i "end lliillgs
in the way of ori-jini sioiv,, nkcfchcH
pienifi and worid woiid 'ts, It Is a large
sixteen jinge sixty-four eolunn paper, con
taining (lner llliistrationi than have ever
beforo appeared at the West, utul itsliieniry
contents makes it cine of the hot family
jotiri als extant. Aniore th- uvW serials
which will he I'liiupb tid in th'. volume for
IsTH, ro '-Ilair, tho Witt li, or the Heir
of Heiitherlii'jrh." lly F.ben K. l!i xford.
'Lcttice,'' ti story of lb-art Trials. By
Yon-ton. "Tho Yotini,' Lion Hunters, or
Marooned ia the "Wilds of Africa.'' By
Marline Manly. ''Opcclioc, tho llobin, or
The Dello of the Ilackwoods." lly T. C.
Ibir'tiuirh. "The Marked Hille, or "White
Lily of the Glen." Hy C. Loon Mvrcdit!i,
In addition to the serials, each number of
In-I)oor and Out contains numerous fhoit
stories, sketches, etc. The price of this
b.'tuu'.i'al and valuable publication is ex
ceedingiy low one dollar and tea cents se
cures it for a fu'.l year. Published by the
Pictorial Priming Co., 71 niidTli Randolph
street, Chicago, III.
Mct'AUTXEY, THE NATIONAL.
yiv.J. F, MeC'urtncy, of Metrojiolis. is the
fjrent National of Massac county, lie leads
that party, and leads it well. It does not
not number many in its membership, but it
makes up in totality what it lacks in quan
tity. Mr. McCartney hopes, it is said, to
become tho Ni.tinnal cainlidato for con
gress in this district, and has given to the
three other members of his party the solemn
assurance that ho will do all that man can
do to achieve success. This assurance he
gave in a late eloquent speecli, made by
him at u muss meeting of his party, recent
ly held at Metropolis. In the same speech
he declared that he would use every honor
able effort t.) roll up on election day the
four votes of himself and compatriots, and
then confound the Democrats and Il -pub-licansof
the Eighteenth district. He be
lieves that dipt. Thomas will be nominated
by the Republicans and Judge Allen by
the Democrats, and lie is therefore confi
dent of success at the polls. He can. he
has no doubt, defeat Thomas, and, without
difficulty dispose of Allen. He is as liin--ful
us the poet Campbell and. as l.njuyaut as
ENCOURAGING INDICATIONS IN
The Marion Monitor assures its readers
tlmt the campaign now pending in Wil
liamson county will 1 one of the hottest
political tights made in that county for
years, and that the DeiiLx racy will make a
death-struggle and will leave no stone un
turned or lie uninvcnti.il to defcut the regu
lar Republican nominees.
The Monitor is mistaken ia ;rt at least
of its portion. The Di-mocrwyof William
son will mt make a d' ath-stn;r'!e. The
Denixrat;e parry dvs o-.-t kaw h. w t do
., , t, , " , , ...
that. It has not toe klsBK Bv-.arv to the
, . . . ,., '
aci oi oeaui. I . u 'i i .u i ..le i.j eTea
: think of its dtatli-struggl-f. Yr
t , i i:. r. . !. ; ... ,l t
K'.'liUbbcar. tMH !j.:t trie ceding
j ii '- 'bit ion f the Innrrvryibu: ve-.ir ifter
year the party rfac to die. Oo tfc C"C
trary, it seems to gr-w b strength und the
it tiy a very nespicafiie tr.cK. in iili ini-
j I son the Di iiifirnits have had no opjtortunity
to lie ot service to the j opie. They have
Ijecn kejit away from the control of atTair
by the latiientalileronilition of the county
by the lawb-s-iiess that held high carnival
within its boundaries; but lately there h is
been a great diange for the better. The
law has been vindicated, and the g'nd peo
ple of Williamson are now trudging? along
in peace and hy industry are earning a fair
degree of prosperity. This condition has
miide th Democratic, party stronger and
much more hopeful that has lieen for many
years; ami (here is reason to believe that
Williamson will soon become one of the
most rclmMe Democratic counties of South
ern Illinois. A few more miles of taiload
track and telegraph wire, and a few more
school houses will ilo the work w ill take
Williamson out of the hands of the Repub
licans and make it one of the most intelli
gent, law-abiding, moral and reliable Demo
cratic communities in the State of Illinois.
TREASURER ALDEN STRIKES RACK,
The Tax-Pavers' Association of Cairo is u
very useful society, but it occasionally over
steps the limits o(' propriety and does and
says what had better be left unsaid and un
done, In our opinion, it was not wise in
its action when it resolved to protest against
the appointment of Mr. Richard Taylor, a
colored ii i mi , ns assistant iissess.ii'. It js
true, the association has stated that its
ground of protest is the incompetency of
Mr. Taylor to properly discharge the duties
of the position given to him by Tl'ea .Ul'er
Aldeii, but the association may be wrong
in this conclusion. Mr. Taylor m-y , ,
'isod mi I'ssessor as ever copieil K. n, ..,.
. mi nt book of his predecessor. He may
I i, ,,..,., , i', oi,,,. ,.:,i, ,i
'" '.,i '. ,n.t i.e- iime
of every lot, tract and parcel (,f
land in the county. He may have n
natural taste for the business of iiss-'ssin;;,
He cannot be a worse Assessor than snin
of the Assessors who have alllicted us here
tolbre; anil, the fact is, he may have
been born an Assessor, lie certainly looks
not unlike one. Hut whether he will make
a good or bad Ar-scssor, the Tax-Payers'
Assis'liitioii was not wise in Its reference fo
him. If the Association believed Mr. Tuy
l'Jt would bungle the iisscsstnciit, the Asso-
elation niLdit have appointed a committee
to instruct him, by easy lessonsjn his 'du
ties. It might have selected for nuiiiber
ship on this coinniittu', men familiar with
nil the real estate of Alexander county.
This committee might have followed Dirk
in all his ii-scsmcnt poregriimtioiiH, nml re
turned from following after him only when
the county court had decided the questions
raised between thecoinmittee ami Dick. IJut
nsit is the Association is Jan position that may
result in its injury. It will bo charged
with hatred of colored men. It will bosaid
that the Democrat r.f the Association have
their own way, and are persecuting t10
poor ne'410. Of course this will be untrue,
but it will he said. Mr. Taylor is one of
the most prominent and lionoivd Republi
cans of Cairo, and it will not do t: over
look his claims upon the party. He has n
right to a placv, and jut tits that of Deputy
Assessor. In this issue of Tin-: Ilt'LUrrix
Treasurer Ahlcn strikes hack at the Tax
Payers' Association, and hints that its pro
test against Mr. Taylor is imprudent.
What reply the Association will make re
mains to be ascertained.
THE DAD HKADLEY.
Mr. J. M. Keating, the able Washington
correspondent of the Memphis Appeal, an
ticipates the New York Sun. and exposes
some of the inside history of the reversal of
the legal-tender decisions of the Supreme
Court of the United States in the spring of
170. It will be remembered that it was
widely charged at the time that the court
had been packed for the purpose, the ad
ministration of Grant having been used by
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company ami
other great corporations, to protect vast in
terests depending upon the results. The
Sun's history will show that, previous to his
appointment. Judge Strong was sounded by
an agent direct from Grant as to his
views on this question. He referred to
his opiniuiisdeiivereiltr im the suproniecourt
of Pennsylvania for answer. This being
satisfactory, his name was swit to the Sen
ate. It also appears that Jude Strong was,
at that time, a large holder of the capital
st"ck of the Pennsylvania r.iilroad compa
ny. The leg:.l-tendvr act was passed on the
twenty-fifth of February. 1C2. The Penn
sylvania rail row! company had. at the time
of Judge Strong's appointment, twelve
million dollars worth of iK-ndsoutstandin?.
whieh had I?t-n i-suel pri r tJ the date of
the passage of the leal-tender act. the inter-(t-C"V.r"..cs
on which would le made par-
iourt. rvadervi ia the ca.v; of Ibpburse
! v. Griswoll. u: tl.it V.-M-. should stand x
the dnal idui lic.::i'"n of t:.-:- f.;:s:"f.2. After
' -b-i 14 a in H-eb-.rue vs. Gn.-w-ld
a :: trie t:::i t t:.e sptxiintnvr.t
i BridVy srei :.-r.g to tin; tV-cth. the
Pvr.rsylv.jiij, rallrsvl (. :;. pi.r.y entered tato
r.i.:ii"r.iadiini of ..r-via- r.: wit.'i th':
hol lers i.f the bUiv,.- coiijV.r.-. i.y v.'i.'i h it
was agreed to psy t;i : face of the coi:js
in gref-nliaeks. :.nd if tin: s'lpr-:!!'- court
should, wl'.li'n the year, decide th' t thes.ia..
w.re payable 111 gild, to !.;ak: Up ;i'
difference "n tl i fir-' of tie: en-uing April
in gold or its univalent. At this viinf
tilii" the united railroad and canal com
panies of New .I'-i's y had ou'.-t'it'eli:ig
twenty-four millions of bonds, issued prior
to the date of the legal-tender act, the cou
pons of which were also payable in gold
coin, unless the then recent decision of the
supreme court should be rev 'tsed. At i:
meeting of the united boards of this: com
panies a resolution, was adopted ottering to
the coupon holders precisely the same con
tract as that entered into by the Pennsylva
nia Railroad Company with its bondholders,
This resolution wu drawn by Jos-ph P.
Bradley, who was then, i:nd had a long
time been, the attorney of the Camden and
Aniboy Railroad Company e.t an muiual
salary of twenty thousand dollars. He wr.s
also a veiy hirg" stockholder. He had al
ready, at thfit time, been nominated for
Judge of the Supreme Court, and his name
was then pending before the Senate. Judge
Strong took his sent on the bench a short
tune before Judge Bradley, but no sooner
had the latter iissiinu'd his oflic than the
attorney-general moved for a rehearing of
the legal-tender question. It was proposed
to Use for tKis purpose the cases of the
Lathams vs. the United States, and of Den
ning Vs. the United States cases which, it
hud been agreed between counsel, deter
mined ill the court, mid announced from the
bench by tin-chief justice (Chasei, s.houVi
abide the decision of the court in the ce.se
of Hepburn" vs. Griswohl, and w hich were
ill fact adjudicated, This was resisted by
the judge who had cocur,vd i.l the previ
ous decision, but Was carried by the votes
of Bradley and Stimig. united to thoc of
the jiidg-s who hud befbr,. dissented (.Mil
ler, Swityne ami Davis), Tne Sun will
present the history of the desperate and
bitter struggle in the court in the firm of
n p"iviiial narrative, written at the time by
Chief Justice Chase, uud of a protest pre
pared by the chief justice nml signed by
him and Justice Fieid, Nelson and Clilfoid.
These papers are sttutling in the almost un
concealed imputation Ukiu the hit 'grity
of the in w-mude tni.jotity of the court.
They show that the chief justice and the
associates who acted with him regarded
this as one of the greatest judicial outrages
ever perpetrated. They show that Mr". Jus
tice Field raised pointedly in consultation a
question whether Bradley and Strong could
be permitted to sit in the case inasmuch ft
they were both stockholders of corporations
which were parties la interest. Judge
Strong thereupon said that he would quali
fy himself by a sale of his stock, and Judge
Bradley said that he had already done ho
since his appointment. The case, notwith
standing tho protest of the chief-justice and
tiie elder judges, in violation, as thee pa
pers allege, of the rights of suitors at the
bar, and of every rule nml precedent of the
court, was carried on to the conclusion pre
ordained by those who sent Bradley am
Strong into that lofty tribunal to protect
the hit -rest.; of corporate monopoly against
the rights of the public.
(jUI'AT ATTIl ACTION
S. S. MATSOXS,
Wii-lihiKtou Aveimo. lictwcea ELMitli nml Niut!
'Darius the meit T1IIKTY DAYS I w!!l m.11 low
f.rcusli my ui,-i; vssoi-tliiflit of
FIXE BOOTS AND SUCKS
BOYS' and YOUTHS' GOdliS,
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HUM Kits AMI COMMISSION- MKKCHANTs.
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AfEXTS AM EIJ I CAN" l'tAMiERCOMP'Y
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rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, 8 100,000
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LEXANDElf COUNTY BANK,
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T. J. KtliTll, Ar-li-uint Cashitr.
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ENTERPRISE SAYINGS BANK,
( liiirti'i'i il .March 31, b'!U!.
OFFICE IN" CITY NATIONAL BANK,
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Cliildifn rtii'l iimiii.il wuiiu ii may di jnit
lunacy iilel no one t Is- cun ilmw It.
AYALTER IIYSLOP. Tukasi-jikii.
NSURAXCE AOENCY OF
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j iiiiiiiuliictiireis we are pre)iitred to sup
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1 lif "'"'' '"
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Colors; Sheet Wax, Sinsjcle anl
Douhle Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; .Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors. Jiarjis,
Lyres and Crosses; 3rss. tine
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion Jlooks i'te: Siilint-, all
Ieuirtlis White, Walnut, and
For all these go to B.utIuvs'.
Ml Heads, Attention!
Carboliue at I iarclav.-'.
Plain and Fancy Stationary ;
Papateries in large Variov,
attractive for their Priuty,
Xovelty and Superior polity;
Mourning Papeterk-s; Letter,
Xote, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
pers; Envelopes, Pens.I ViieiN;
French, Englkh and Anieri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Waters of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Ilubher Hands,
etc. If in Want don't hui un
til Vou have Seen and Priced
For all the-e go to Barclays'.
(irav Hairs !
!N"ovs Arom Chance? !
C.i:r!.iLixi: at Iii:ci.AYs'.
Luhin's. Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For thee ill Original Ittlis aii'l in
Bulk, iro to I'.aieliiys'.
Dandriiir Out ! ISe.u'oiU'!
Cai-boliin' at 1 iai't'iay.-'.
I JOCSEK EEPEKS,
ATTENTK X ,
If you want a little Varnish.
Furniture PolMi. Linseed Oil,
Turpentine.White Lead. Paint
or Colors of an kind, a White-
wash IJruh, Paint or Varnish
i ISriish, Stove Pdackiug. Shoe
Pressing, Sewing Machine Oil,
or any of an Hundred other Articles
in Daily Use, iro to Barclays' Dim;
Store, either on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, and Oct What Yon
Want at Prices to Suit the times.
Carbolino for the Toilet.
Feather Dusters. Ostrich and
In very Law Vaiiety and at Bottom
Prices. Ash, and See at Barclays'.
Harc'liiYs" is tho I'lacc.
Piiiv your Sumiuer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Catholic Acid
Powder, Promo Chloraltim,
Now Is flic Time on tlit'so Gooils to buy
Cheup nt Hnrcluys'.