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J NO. H. oliKKLY, (irw rxl Munnr'T.
tmly Mominir iuily In Smitlurn Illinois
OJTinU I'AVEK OFTHE CITY AX It fOfNTV.
rii.'. Nnlty, JMitoi-.
r)piiiK-nit i- oniinntlonf.
riR TATt ti:i:ai'eb.
EDWARD I. i KuNKKITE. of t.-phnon.
TV otTr.nivTrMU VT or mur tTKemox,
KVMI ELM. ETfEH.of !Un.
Oova in New York unchanged-100'2'.
Ox the morniuyr "f the 10th in-t. then--was
snow at Marquette, Lak SniH-rinr. ami
lbc tbennoueter stood at thirty-five degree.
The Tamama Item is an interesting little
publUbed by Mr. F. A. Aili-"n. It
js in its first volume its babyhood. Tlie
.kdd1 numU-r h jost lni-n issued.
The total expenses of the Morrison
lymiti'iana investigation coininitttee were
f "i0,000. Tie bill if Washington grocer
firr liquor, etc iuppliel to the commission
at tlie start amounted to $20(1. Tlie liquors
mere Umght for the IUpuhlican niemlH is
nf the committee.
A dwaitkiU's financial crisis is feared in
Xnglaml. Already beavy failuretf are of
laily occurrence. To w hat cause do the
loo honct money jieople attribute these
lailurt. England is a gold country, and
ier pax-r money is convertible into gold on
demand, or rather it is wid to In-. But her
liusinewnnen break; her banks uiend;
tArtian starve. A single standard and a
imvejtihle paH-r system doi- not give her
Tiie Carlmndale Free I'ress of the 10th
in.st. says :
We Intcrvlcwt'd Mr. AlbrU'lit on thccnu.iuriil
jntftiiiD. the other day. Mr. AU'rilil mortt-.tly al
luded to the claims of uld.r tr-nf k-rm-n than hlm'lf
lo Ibe honor of b.-arii)X the De miwratlc naiiilard.
'unc appear to Ik- more illiriL'!y to r co.'iiize tht
liilltieii of other, thau he. He expre.v d full faith
Jn the Klxlom that would coutrol the Democratic
ronvention. aud the will of the convention w ill be
bi law. Hut. at the tuc time, he would Ik- pleaded
lo receive the noiniuation. and If nominated. i con-f.d.-nt
of nn election, lie think be A not un
derrate the .tren-.'th of other., anil Is u.Iu;- hi. tx-"t
judenieut to not oven-.timate hi" ou. lu truth.
JJr. AlbriRlit m wle a very h inil.onie, .eu.Hile taik.
Tiik I)u(2oin Tribune nsMirestbe Demo-
c nitu of the State that it w ill not px-rniitthe
Republican party to indorse Gen. Bate, the
National candidate for State Treasurer.
Thin assurance may well make the Baten
men turn pale with alarm, but what do the
DcmocratH care? They propose with
C'roukite to sweep out of their way lwth Ke
Iiubliciui and Nationuln. They will not
jilay iolitie any longer. They intend to
i-iimc out of the pre nent canvasH victorious
liy a liHiulHoine vote, and in two yearn there
after to sweep the Htate for Governor by at
leant twenty-five thousand- majority.
Hon. John E. Dktkk ii, in a rommuni-4-tttion
to the Joneslxiro Gazette, denounces
J8r. John MeNaniee. Mr. John McNamec
is the man who lately ussulted and shot at
Dr.BameK, suiM-rintendent of the Anna in
une asylum. Mr. McNtunec ban la-en, in
amr opinion, inore sinned against than sln
jiing, by which assertion we do not mean to
xcHcct upon theeharaeter of Dr. Barnes, who
3s, we have reason to believe, guiltless of the
iiffen.se against Mr. MeNiiineo, imagined by
that gi-ntleniati, But we would suggest
that the trustees of the Anna institution
might lie in ln-tter business than that of de
THE PROPOSED DEMOf'HACIC MASH
MEETING AT CENTRA LI A.
Lately a call for a Democratic mass meet
ing at Centrnlia on next Thursday apienrcd
in the Olney Times. No names were
wgned to the call, which was evidently
juadeby some persons without authority
for some purtwise not apparent upon its
fact; but, whatever the purpose of the 01
jiey cullers, the meeting can result in no
thing but gisxl to the party. It will, we
lire confident, he an enthusiastic opening of
the campaign, ami will undoubtedly do
much in the work of urousing the Demo
- mite of Southern Illinois iuto activity. It
will be addressed by u host of the gentle-
menwlii luive hefetot'Jie lf the, fCirtvlfn
ninny Jianl tioht,iml who iiny, tW tfl,
leail It ,to victory, an ' ; event tfn.t
woulil ' jn'vp thenl peat pb-nfiirp iin.1
mueh Mirpriw tluni. They have Uioine
iieeutoineil to ih feat; but they no iloiibt
U lieve that there i. now tl in.ie t of Mie
eeH. They have coiwtjiiently Urninc vg
of"i npiiii. Ami Will, tiht, likr yonnjjt po
litical liri.e fi'htei, for vietorj' ami the
tttkeii. They will enter the riirwith
eonfulenee, uml pitui-li tin; lb-publican
bruisers until the cHinye is thrown up.
Tin. inf.j.timr lii.viii.f lii-oll c:illl- 1 l.V tin"
Olney Democrat, without consultation with (
unyl Hiily, -'no lot ul urrajiiim-nti-." says tlie
(ntraliii Democrat, -lurtlu-r than Mvurinu'
the jilace of nu-etinf. have 1k-cu mailt- for the i
. . -i
meet in;.'. Ve Mij-poM-tLat tlie Iion-n-inenis
who me jjettiiii,' up tlii- meeting.' will up- I
i.rb the DeimK ials of this tonl,il of i
what is waiit.Ml of them, if nny thins, or
when thev urrive here." The fentralia
Democrat may ret in lace. The mm- j
rei.li-nts wlio t alle.1 the meetim: i!I man- J
a-'e it with their ttccustoimtl ability. They
know bow to lo such tiling. They are the -
obi Siis oM Bills, oM Jims, uhl U.ys of
the party the niamiirin;: in i- ami they
will iiianu-A' to manage the (Vntn.lia meet
ins in their most rtppovol -tyle of mannu'e
TIIE THAGIC DEATH nFBINCKLEY.
A few days no, at Milwaukee, bis bite
home, Mr. J. M. Bimkby committal sui
cide. This event has created more than an
ordinary ripple of interest in the public
mind. Why Bim kb-y was the not unu-ual
-One more unfortunate.
Weary of breath,
(iott to hi. death."
and that more than ordinary attention has
Uen nttructcd to the event of his untimely
taking off prove that there was either in
the manner or the cause of bis death, or in
bis character, sometlung jxi-uliar. The
cause of it, was as old as deceit in
woman as old as the rate. But Binekby
was not a couinion-place limn. He was a
lawyer of distinction, a brilliant writer,
and, in a worldly R-nrf, a successful man.
He was the father of bright-eyed
was in the maturity of hi powers phy-ical
and mental. In bis death-letter, published
in another column of The Bi i.i.ktin. he
says: I am but matured, without bank
ruptcy, without a gray hair, an unstrung
nerve, a disease, a bad habit, a corrupt
scent, or a stain on iny good name." He
was not broken down: his plan were work
ing well. But he killed himself, and he
did not tell w by. " Not U-cause I do not
know," be wrote, "but language dot-snot
grow for that kind of truth which
is stranger than fiction, and let no
person inquire further who would not rifle
a frank man's grave. There is a sterner trag
edy than ever bled. There is a deejier ver
ity than ever spoke. I looked " t noon
ami the Min fell from the sky. "This is sad
and mysterious. It is the rhetorical death
groan of a man slain, as he' ambiguously
dirt lares, by what be c alls the invincibility
of deceit- He bad that worst of curses a
bad wife, ami he took his own life. Why
not: When life has ln-come it burden un
der which a man cunnot walk without con
stant distress after he has lost all
appreciation of the refined considerations
that teach the duty of endurance nfu-r his
sun has fallen from the sky and In-fore him
is a' dark path along which be must stum
ble in misery, be may not Im; justified by
modern sentiment in self-lctruction, but
certainly the rash act by which be would
free himself from trouble could be excused.
After all, bow far in wrong doctrine were
the men who applauded Seneca when he
said: ''In no matter more than in .bath
should we act according to our desire. De
part from life us your impulse b ads you.
Man should seek the approbation of others
in his life; bis death concerns himself alone.
That is the lx-st which pleases him most."
IS IT TRUE?
The Joneslioro Gazette, of the 1 1 tit inst.,
in a brief description of the system of con
tracts to do work by prison lalioroii public
buildings iu process of erection, makes the
charge that "this whole building business
by the State, has been and is now in the
interest of partisan rings;" ami then adds,
ns if to do what might be called clinch
the charge, that "the Southern penitentiary,
now building, is fat job for the commis
sioners, one of whom is, we understand,
Gov. Cullom'tt business partner." This is a
serious charge, and as it seems to have
1 ti seriously made, should receive
public attention. It should be careful
ly investigated. By implication, the
Gazette charges that Messrs, Fonda,
Clements and Iuwrencc, the commissioners
of the Southern Illinois penitentiary, nrc
using their position to make money by some
dishonest process injurious to the public
interest, and that Gov. Culloni Is privy to
the proccsH if not a party to the (tisrcputn
ble business. It may lie our duty as a
Democratic editor to accept us true all
charge of corruption against public of
ficers who happen to be Republicans; and,
iniliiil, the di'vclopuu-nt f wUi'-firiail ilin-
of wliniii f Jute jwtw iinvc itoli tt fveiy
tliiii' tli;v cmil.l liiy tlicirconMimin); IuiiiiTm
iijmiii fnuii tin1 proiiiYnry .lnwii to u nickel,
would he-cm to justiiy tin- (iiizuttu Ju its out
Hciiliiir i'li'fls on tliln suliji rt; but wo con
few to the belief tlltlt 5IcN. Fiimla.
C'lt-nu nt iiml T.iwreiKT nn.' no jmlilii rob.
Ikt'. W ) bflievi; J tlir-y j iiro iJioa-
et!v ix rf niiin their .liitv, ami will ninkc I
r lio iny t ivoiininy in the eunMnietion !
if tin- Uiii'iuii tln'V luive 'm )ian J that will i
entitle tlielil to uilailM', not eell-urc. They
have a ilitlicnlt tak to jh-i form, but wp:,)1"1 1 i ,
have conrt'liiice that they will perform it:
hoiuMly. Mr. Laurence isthecommiion. , I'llol'iCIKTult OF lr.AT'S I'ATKXT
er rcfcirol to its i;..v. CiillomV business
. : .. t ... it.. : i. I 1 . . . .
panm r, ..no i n" '. muck-;
boLli-r m a b;.nk ol wIik Ii (.v. ( u.lont is
the priM-l.-nt: .-.n.1. in this way only, is the
'bnvnior-. bu-ini-s partner. He is a man
peculiarly fitte.1 for a place on a buiM. I
Iiavm- ha.l inneli ,
ex ri.-nee of the
to competency in
ami. we Wn to
iieh a position : i
uvst. t'n.t the :
fact of hi- connection w ith Gov. Cullonr
bank is ii"t even prima facia evidence ;
that be ought to Ik.- U rated by D. mo. ratio ,
!lev.paiel ns an UlitfUe D' lli's-rat ami a j
ilihonet public officer. But the Gazette j
has made its charge with much apparent
confidence in its ability to make it good, i
and it should W- given an t.j.rtiiiiity to do !
so In-fore a committee of the General As
sembly, or other projier tribunal.
TIIE SOITHEKN ILLINOIS INSANE
Some time ago. Dr. Barnes, upcrinUn
dent of the Southern Illinois Hospital for
the Inane, was assaulted mid shot at by
Mr. John McNamec, who, at the time he
made the assault, was an attendant in the
hospital. The rumored cause of the diffi
culty was very damaging to the reputation
of Dr. Barnes, who occupies a position the
incumU-nt of which should le nlve sus
picion if certain wvakuews too common
among the ordinaty run of every day male
mortals. McNamec, the assailant, ii man
who wasoneof the most highlyesteemedem
ploye almut the hospital, was influenced to
the assault by j.-alou-y. He believed Dr.
Barnes had abused hi confidence in a man
ner we cannot, with due regard for the
modesty of our readers projerly character
ize. That he was mistaken, the Board of
Trustees of the Anna institution, composed of
honest and conscientious gentlemen, lately
declared. To make the verdict of the lsard
all that it was intended to In-. Mr. Bruner.
the Democratic memlic-r. orf. riil a resolu
tion expres-ing confidence in the doctor and
ih-claring him to Is- the man tT the place
he now occupies. Tin- resolution, we nee.I
not sav. was adot.ted unanimoiislv. As a
matter of coiir-c- we concur in this -
conclusion of the U.ard: but we may j
lie pan lone 1
for sugg-sting that !
Dr. Barries should ! more di-cr-ct in tin-
future than he ha been in the past. The!
facts in the Mi NallK-e ( as -ju-tify us in giv
ing this advice. M. Naiii'-e wn an em- i
ploye in the ho-pital of which Barnes was J
the siiM-rint'-ndent. McNnmee had a young
wife, who lived at Anna. Barms. Ix-ing a
man of friendly ili-si.itimi, with a mind in
nocent of offense, was in the habit of paying
hrief visits to McNamec' wife ut McNa
mec' house while McNamec- was absent
from home, at the hospital, more than a mile
distant. Finally, MeNamee's wife Was
hired a- au attendant at the hospital; and
Barnes, I icing at Anna in a
buggy on the day MeNamee's
wife intended to go to the hospital,
offered to take. her out to the hospital in
the buggy, by his side. That Barnes drove
to the hospital by an unfrcqu'-ntcd road
will occasion no surpris'.- when it is remem
bered that he had buiiics- at the lime kilns
which are on the unfrequented road, and
the fact that he drove a short distance 1m
yond the line of the hospital has U-en ex-
plained in a satisfactory manner. Mc-
Nalliee's wife te-tifi.-s to t,(. uneXception-
able conduct of Barnes, ami Barnes, thank-
, , , , . , ,
lllg tin: Iird for a skill not n-iforated by a
ill iN HIM. o pistol Dull, cin.-rges Irolll tlie
i i ., ,. , ,. , ,,
scandal with very little ot the smell upon
his moral garments usually left by the mo;
of a bad action discovered and published
to the world. But the fact is nevertheless
apparent that the d.M-tor was on too f.unii
ial term with hi- female suWdinatcs. The
superintendent ot a public institution, em
ploying the services of many subordinate",
male and female, cannot h to careful of his
conduct. It is not necessary that he should
he as haughty as a duke i -aid to !-, but
when he get dow n from his prop'-r place
tiHin terms of familiarity with his stiUndi
nates, his ability r enforce discipline I.e.
conies crippled, mid, unless he has te-ctiliiir
ami unusual characteristics, soon becomes
involved in ilisput-saud demoralizing dilli
eulties. In particular the superin
tendent of an institution like that over
which Dr. Barnes presides, should not be
come socially familiar with his fcinnle em
ployes. He cannot do so and escape cab
tunny. Were he as pure as the Inst of
men, and should even occasionally indulge
in the prai ticoof courti.'iu'.sly itcc-.ium.nlat-inf.'
Iiiii ffliiulo mboi'iliiiates to bugpy rMes
by his Htle.ilown by lonesome limokilnn on
iinfrerUi'Ht'''l ronib, be woiihl soon buvc n
i liiuw t' r bliiekeni.'il by i nmori .f neuiiila
ln. jiViieiieen, unil, I'Vi-u tlioiiyh iuiim ent,
woiilil I"' u"'it for liis j!aeu. Tlie iloetor
shotiM leiirn U nvoiil even the iiiearanee
of evil. He liouhl lmhl bin f-nuile help nt
mlllV b llLftll, that he limy not l.'e etnl
K.bliiiLT them in bin li ni w.
Now Ail vert iseiin'iits.
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OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
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llalillity aailinlnl'trutor of -nlil e.inl--.
April 'il. 1-rs. Aduilni.lrator.
N 01 ICE I- hercbv "Iv.-ii to Nellie tiiifTncv.
'I'iuiolhv (inline. . Wllliiini (iallin-v and .Mnrv
tiarltiev th:. l-nlel . .ntl ll.l hi,, lile.l M itllloj
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' 'leno ' "'in. io i. -.0111 mill hoi. 1,-u ni the court
IMIll-e Ol i;i
i" .-Ity or I aim. .M.-.anil.-r coiinlv, llli
" lii'rd Monday of Muv. Is'.H
ii. !. nn th
JVC A. UK EVE.
Clerk of said court,
Eioiitii Stulkt, (in Risen Building)
IMItJIYS only flrst clns. workmen, and endear
i or lo accord to ull courteous, treulineiil.
rpjIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
'ill ro, illiinilw.
CAPITAL. 8 100,000
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...u. vii.!jamin, otki'iii.n i.nai,
11, ii. i am.i.i;.
Exchange, Coin ami I'nitetl state Bonds
IXl'i.HT AND sol.T).
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Coiiiiu. iiial Avenue and Kighth Street.
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S;iinj- li. ;,;:r:im 1,!. 1'i.ili ctioh. inaile and u .1
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OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
( 'l.iro, IllilUMH.
INTERTpaid on deHwit. March l.t and S. p
I. ml., r 1-t. Int. r. -t not wiindrawn I. ad(i.d Im
1111 iii.iO-1) toll..- l-rr.cipoi dl tlie dioait., thereby
j,'uini; t!.im coinpuMid iiit. ri t.
;?( liiblr.-n and nmrrlt d women way tl. posit
money and uoeue else can draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP, Tkkasit.ui.
NUKAN( E AGENCY OF
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UlsKS WKriTEN AT KAIIt ItATKs.
Ollio- iu A l-x.'in.l-i- 'oiiity 'Il.-ii.k.
1 'arnd "so,
c o :l .
Order for Coal by the car-load, ton or
in hogsheads fnr s.iipiiifiit promptly at
tended to. To large consumers mid all
manufacturer, we are prepared to sup
ply any quantity, by the mouth or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIIJO CITY COAL CO.
Office on whnrfboat. foot of Sixth street ; office of
llaliiday I'.rolh.-r.. opposite M. harles Hotel:
Kt-vptiuu .Mill.. Tw.-iitieth street: Coal Dump, foot
of I lilny eii.'lith street, or po.t otbee drawer :n.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND II ETA I L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth .trcet and I
Commercial Ave., ('
C. O. PATIEU & CO.
JDIKS, READ! ,
Decorations for Antique- Pot
tery, China, (llass and other
Ware; oM ami Siher Piijier,
Tissue and Mazed Rajier. all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Douhle Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Siher and other Wire: Flow
er Cutters; .nehors? Harjis
Lyres and Crosses; Moss, fine
(olors; Wax Flower Infrac
tion Piooks. etc; Splints, all
lengths. White. Walnut, and
For all these go to F.,ii l,iy.
Haiti Heads. Attention !
Carbolint? at 1 'arclav.-
Plain and Fancy Stationery;
Papateries in laru Variety,
attractive for their Iicauty,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning Papeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Leiral Cap Pa
pers; Knvelopes, Pens, Pencils;
French, English and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and'As
sorted Colors; Rubber Rands,
etc. If in Want don't bin un
til You have Seen and Priced.
For ull these go to Barclajs'.
(irav Hairs !
Now's "Vour Chance !
Caimioi.ine at Rai:clay
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
ImjMrrted and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these in Original Bottles and in
Bulk, go to Barclays.
Dandntir Out ! Htdiie !
Carbolinp at I Jai-clay.-'.
If vou want a little YannMi,
Furniture Polish, Linseed OiL
Turpentine,White Lead. Paint
or Colors of anykiud.a White
wash Brush, Paint or Varnish
Brush, Stove Rlaekinir, Shoe
Dressing, Sewing Machine 'il,
or any of an Hundred other Article
in Daily Use, go to Barclays' Ping
Store, either ou the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, and (Jet What You
Want at Prices to Suit the times.
Carboline for tho Toilet.
Feather Dusters, Ostrich and
In very Large Variety and at Bottom
Prices. Ask and See at Barclay'.
IJarclavs' is tho I'lacc,
Ruy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Rromo Chloralum,
Now is the Time on these Goods to luy
Cheap at Barclay's:.