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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1878.
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Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'AIT.'t OK THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Thus, "Mly, Kditor,
ron stati TttKAirntiR.
EDWARD L. CHUNK KITH, of Stcphcnon.
roll sitiiuntkmiiht nr vvm.xr isstiiuctio.sj,
SAMl Kh M. ETTKlt, of McLean.
FOlt CIEHK OP TUB HfllliaiK ( 01 1ST, SOCTltKKN GIUNO
JACOB O. CHANCJ", of Marlon.
Ton CLEI1K Of TWK al'rKt.I.ATB COU1T, BOCTHBRM
JOHN Q. 1IAKX1AN, of Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT. ALL FOU A DKMfK.'IlATIC DHI.KoATECON Vr.N
TIOX TO NOMINATK A CANDIDATE FOlt
Tin; Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
gressional district f Illinois are requested
to wnil delegate to a convention to he
held tit Joueslioro, Union county, on Tues
day, !3d day of July, 1378,
ut 10 o'clock a. in., fur th purjiose
of nominating a candidal for representa
tive in tho Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will hv entitled to
thtt nuaiW of d.tt t, aad rotes in.
the convention But opprrite im nainu hclovr,
Jarkron 11 '
Johnmn 4 "
;.ifac 4 "
lVrry 7 "
I'ope 4 "
I'alafkl 4 "
lijirtdolph 13 "
fnioa 11 "
Wlliiaaiwji 8 "
In 'lie connti'.-B that haro n'jt aireinly ap
jjicteJ ihv-cjtttss the Central committees
tiii Deiirc:v.:c r;,rJy w'" 'n Sllt'l' uian"
c-r nr.d ut ueh time as they m&y Jiter-Ciiii'-.
cull cjUDty cr.'nrntiuiis to upjiwint
di'ieat'.-s to thi ciiirer.tion.
Uy 'Pi r of tht De:i,:ji.ratic Central 0i:i
u.i'.'.oe of tin'; ELhteC'it'i Coan -io;ial di.s
trii t. J.so. II. Oiii;iiLT, Chuiruun.
A. Poli Jon tai, SwcnUrv.
1'O.STAL SAVINGS IJONDS.
AviNo the iniwt iiiijiortunt of tho per
luatieiit cuinTiiitteiM of the houe of repic
sintatives standing fourth np'n the
l;t and o'ltranki-d only hy the cominiitees
on ways and means, on appropriation, and
on clvctions u tint on hanking hnd cur
rency. This committee, as U iiaine implies,
has charge of that hranch of the legislation
fif the house relating to hanks and currency,
and though t.-chriically outranked hy three
other committejs, in jxiint of real impor
tance it is second only to that on ways and
means. During the Hs.iion just closed, it
has irepari;d unl kuhliiittud to the house
several me:isnres of aiipremu national im
jKirtaiKv. particularly tlpM for a rejM.'al of
the resumption act, forth nuhatitution of
United States treasury notes for the out
atanding circulating nuU of the national
banks, and for the cstaUishment of u nys
tem ofpoHtal savine'H honds.
This conimitteo consists of eleven niem
Imts four of whom are National hankers,
mid seven of other professions. The most
distinguished of its menilirrs are Judge
Hacklier (t hainnain, 0;ieral Ewing. Hell,
of (ii'otgiii, Hait.ell of Illinois, and Hard
onl.erh. or New .Tersey-ull DetniM niU
Who deserve til" conlioi iiee of ,), (.(.nntry.
Mr. li' i. recently reviewed two of the
licaslir sof chief ill, poit iliei; presented liy
the committee, in a npe h of real power
Ulld c!o'lieiee, "The tilUlieiul (Uestion,"
sa'nl Mr. It -ll. "is t'ie e-ri..lt (' nil :n ic pioh
lent of lii" f.nnlry and nf tlie a;;e. Its
Hat'.sl'actoiy soliiii:,,! is t!. p,.,.,,,,. .ijr,.
oftli" Ami ri- tn pe.ip:,.. Win, h cMintry,
'' k't- at'st i;i .! ,!, r;,.wt
in resources of iiin'i-u ,.f
llioil-,, I'm-:, ,pr hysl;-lll of
(jovcPiln Vil t'ie M',t l.i'nelieieiit that hll
liiau wis.; ,m !,a.t ever fiirm.-d, we present
to-d.iy a sid s;r elide nf poverty, niUVritig
itml.l5e.tr.-. Th- ftaj.'imtl..n of luisiues,.,
t!v pan'y's of i:-.ilu-t-y. the idlenes. of
la!er, th d ttnn t!o:i of pinperty, iind cx
tt':r; and imj. -nling hmkniptcy, tin; ex
pressions with which we have hecome famil
iar hy daily repetition in these halls sinco
we met here in ( Holier." After alluding
to the various theories set up in explanation
of the universal distress of the country,
Mr. Hell, with clear vision, penetrates tho
situation. ' "The people of the country," he
snys, "understand the cause of the distress.
They liud it in the overwhelming indebted
ness of tho country and in the financial
policy of the government which, manipula
ted hy syndicates in tho interest of non
taxed cupital against property and labor,
has put upon tho latter enormous
and iniiititotis hurdens. That financial
policy the people have arraigned and de
nounced." It hail its culmination, he said,
in the resumption act of January 14th, l"-.
In order to enrry the act into effect the in
terest hearing public debt has been in
creased one hundred and seven millions of
dollars at an annual cost to tho people of
over five millions in gold. ''I repeat," said
Mr. Bull, "that the cause of the distress in
tho country is found in that system of leg
islation which has constantly increased the
public debt by enhancing its value, and hy
contraction of the the currency has dimin
ished the means of payment."
lie said the passage of the silver hill and
the bill repealing the resumption act if the
latter should succeed were steps of great
importance in breaking up the con
spiracy between the administration or
the government and tho bondholders
in the special interest of the
latter and of the hanks. But he thought
the measure then pending (for the estab
lishment of a system of postal-savings) to
be one of very great importance. Under
the operation of such a system, he thought
it possible to refund nearly, if not all the
public debt in a postal-bond bearing a rate
of currency interest not exceeding 3.05
per cent per annum. He proposed that
the government shall receive deposits at
the postollice (as is now done in Great Brit
ain) in sums of 25 cents and upward, and
when the deposit reaches ten dollars, or any
multiple of that sum, that it may be con
verted into a 3.05 three years bond, which
shall he payable in United States notes uu
demand at tho Treasury of the United
States, and m:iy also be o-arertod into a
four per cent bond, if the holder
wishes it. This ytem, Mr. Bell
says, involves no additional machinery
of government and no audition! expense,
at the same moment "that the liability of
the government to the depositor is the
guarantee of his satety; it will furnish an
incentive to industry, it will encourage
frugality, filter economy, and soon develop
iU beneficent results in sheltering the
homeless, clothing the naked and feeding
the hungry. If it be true that recklessness
and extravagance have been productive of
all tlte mischief claimed, then the wis lorn
of that measure that educates the people in
tiie direction of economy und supplies them
with a safe, convenient and inexpensive
means of preserving and increasing the
rewards of their toil, cannot be questioned."
Mr. Bell then gave some statistics touch
ing the Postal Savings Institution of Great
Britain, showing its steady and re
markable growth, and an account also of
the Trench debt, and the m ethod by which
it has been so popularized among the
Trench people that nearly 5,00'J.OOO of them
are interested in it.
This speech of Mr. BjII is that of a
patient, laborious, thoughtful student and
statesman : and points the way to the es
tablishment of a savings system in this
country of the greatest possible importance
and value, both as a means of sufe invest
ment and for the reduction of the public
burdens, to which we commend the atten
tion of the public.
The Anglo-Catholic, of the 10th, a ritual
ist: paper published at Detroit, says:
What verdict? Well, after an incredu
lous amount of very loud threatening and
assertions, of the certainty of formal charges
and overwhelming proof, tho convention
has met, groaned like the winds impris
oned under the hands of Eolus and ad
journed without the faintest shadow of an
accusation on the part of the standing com
mittee against the bishop; unil not only so,
hut the two oldest laymen on
the standing committee made speech
es atliiuiiiig the bishop's faith
ful service of 42 years and his just claim
to a life annuity, The annuity was passed
by a nearly uniiiiiinoiis vote and fixed at
ljil.f'00 per year. W said at the begining
that no charges would he made, because
noiie could be proven. We are re
sponsible for the statement that charges
would lie met hy hwoni testimony as would
nof only vindicate- the Bishop licit establish
a conspiracy against him which
for cool wickedness has hardly u par
allel, We opined that live men would
hardly come forward willingly to earn the
standing of .Indus. It seems' we were cor
rect, and upon the report of the standing
cominiltee, which was sent to a Kpecial
Committee, CiiliMdereil fully mid tinani
IlKillnly adopted by the Convention together
with the tinanimi.'iw action, granting mi
' nnnuiiy rests me vcniiet, u have no
i comillellt to otf r III tiren.'iit. Tlint hii-.'o
jury of camli'l men and women, chriMinns,
lovers ot justice, right and mcrey, will
conlliin the verdict in the great Court of
Qn'.nr. Why will men smokn common
tobacco when they cini buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
AND THE SPIRIT OF PEACE
DESCENDED UPON THEM A rooil,
BUT HESTECTABLE GATHERING
at tiie cornT-uorsK what the lUTnn.t-
CANS OF AI.KXAMH.K COI NTY Pll) YI3TKR
DAY MINOl.lXii OF THE S1MH1TS.
The following gentlemen constituted the
mass Republican convention called hy the
county central committee toassemhle at tho
court-house yesterday at one o'chvk:
White Messrs. Ward. Lotliiu Wood..
Walbridge, Close, Hdy. Wright, L L. Davis.
Murphy," Nellis, Phillis, Harmon Black.
Fisher, Yost, Aldcn. Rector. Davidson. E.
W. Green. Orr, Reeve 00.
Colored Giadney, Scott, Richard Tay
lor, McAllister, Pinn, Bird. R. v. Davis, Rev.
Gilbert. Tyler 10.
Nondescripts Isolati-d whit? stranger:
gray-haired gentleman sitting near Aldcn:
Recapitulation.-White, SO; colond, 10: J
nondescripts, 7; Bu.lltin reporter, 0;
At about two o'chx-k Mr. C. N. Hughes
mounted t'.ie rostrum, smiled bttiignantly
on the faithful 37, and called the meetii:g
At this point tho white stranger arose
and left the hall.
On motion of Judge Bird. Mr. W. P.
Wright was elected chairman.
Mr. Wright thanked the meeting for this
mark of their approval, but would have
preferred the selection of and older an more
experienced gentleman to preside over
their deliberations. The meeting ha 1 been
called for the purjse of selecting dele
gates to the State and Congressional con
ventions. He hoped that harmony would
prevail, and referred to their sad experience
in congressional matters for the past four
Mr. John A. Rector was, upon motion of
Mr. C. F. Nellis, elected secretary of the
Our reporter looked over the assemblage
and became convinced of the propriety and
necessity of prayer for thm; and, although
Revs. Gilbert and Davis, two distinguished
colored divines, were present, no one had
enough of the moving grace about hi in to
point out the need and a.-dc fur the blessings
of those venerable men.
How-ver, Mr. Alden did what he could
to supply the omission by securing the
election of Rev. Isaac Gilbert as vice-president.
The machinery of tiie meeting being thus
completed and in working order, Judge
Bird uiotoJ that a committee of rive be ap
pointtd by the chair to repott
the names of delegates to the
State and Congressional conventions.
This was carried, and chair appointed
a3 such committee, Messrs. Bird, Hughes,
Wood, Jell's and Phillis.
Judge Bird wished to be excused from
serving on th committee, but the cloair
declined to entertain his application.
Mr. Alden said this was a ma.vS conven
tion, and everything having the appearance
of machinery should be dispensed ith. He
thought it better that men should ri-e in
their places, surest the names of dele
gates, and then the convention could ballot
Judge Bird i:,;erpos"d a point of ord r,
which lo.t sight of in the substitution
of the name of W.L. Bristol for Col. Wood,
at the latter gentleiiiiu s re.juest .!, and the
After the committee had retired, Mr.
Richard Taylor called upon Mr. Harmon
Black for a speech.
That young g -nt'.eman sai 1 he could
hardly see the necessity for, or recognize the
propriety of, making a speech just at that
time. The convent ion, he said, in its labors
in the selection of delegates to the State and
conLrres-i'inal convention had his uttiio.-t
support and in.-pired his utmost confidence.
His view was that no man should urge a
favorite or pet upon the convention; that
the men to be sdected should be those who
would render the le st service to the party.
Remarking that he did not desire to l.nke
a campaign speech just then, he sat down.
The-profound silence that prevailed for
the next fifteen minutes was uninterrupt "d
save by the presence of Mr. W. H. Gilbert,
who evidently had business with one of the
gentlemen present, and having transacted
it, hurriedly took his departure from the
The committee appeared mid reported
through Judge Bird, these imiie s:
To the State Convention John Wood,
John A. Reeve, J. J. Bird. Alternates D.
L Davis, II. H. .Mill.urn, R. A. Edmund
son. To the ('on;rres:,ional Convention F.
Kormeycr, R. W. Miller, F. M. Ward, C
N. Hughes, Warroi, Wines, Richard Tay
lor, J. J. Bird, Martin Brown, Wm. Ire
land, Louis Davis, Man McCarthy. Altern
ate N. li. Thi.dlew 1. V.. W, Green,
Casper Yost, .liiln I ilailney, Will. T. Scott,
C. F. Ncllis-A. J. Alden, John II. R.cclier,
J. II. Jones, ,. c. Ziiiimer, John McKwcii,
S. M. Orr. I
Mr. Rector moved that the r pott he re-j
ccived and adopted. Carried -lwi v 'v ::
in the llllinuative,
Col. Wood alluded to the ( !;ish,ive Co;,
vcntioii to nominate for mouthers f)f i;. ,
ower Imiisa of the general hi i-ihbly, and!
expressed doubts as to whether u, n, (,f .
the central comiiiillee i mbrnceil it,
Mr. Hughes said il was embraced in tic '
cull -f I in' (Miniuith"', ltinl it wou'il be
proper t appoint ddegiU to Hint convention.
The chair cxplaiiud that in stating tho
oljivt of the meeting, ho was under the
in-prcssiiin that only delegates to tho state
an I ciM'.L'tvssional conventions wcro to he
ap-Hnntcd, and had therefore not included
ddcgitcs to the representative convention.
Mr. Black said that no such convention
had yet Wen called.
After some further discussion, the dele
gate committee ugain retired to report
names to the legislative convention.
During its absence Col. Wood moved
t'ut the same conimitteo bo instructed to
report names for tho county ceutral coni
mitteo. Mr. Scott said the presentjcomniittee had
j Nvn appointed to serve four years, and but
I two years of that service had expired. Col.
W,vvl in explanation said he did not wish
to l? understood as being desirous of a
change in the committee, but now he was
anxious to know just how long the com
mittee had U-en appointed for. It was his
.,,,',:. in tlwt tli.wi.ftl ...vi,, .,,!(. .li ...w....l
' ." ' ' ...H.
Illll'M'M ll'lllll loiiM'iuion,
Mr. Scott said he was a member of the
committee, but that made no difference
with him. He felt satisfied, however, that
the committee was appointed to servo four
Col. Wood was at the convention which
app linted t!ie pnsent conimitie.,1 and his
recollection of it enabled him to state em
phatically that the committee was not ap
pointed for any specific time; that no con
vention had the right to assume the pre
rogative of its sip-ce or.
Mr. Alden, with the slightest tinge of s:ir-ea-m,
alluded to the fact both Messrs.
Hughes and Bird ( who were absent in the
committee-room) were members of the
County Central committee as at present
constituted, and both of thes gentlemen,
being of modest natures, would perhaps
decline to act in this matter in which both
were concerned, and he would therefore
amend Col. Wood's motion by moving that
a new committee, consisting of thee, be ap
jKiiiited by the chair, to report the names
of a new Central committee.
Col. WixhI accepted the amendment.
At this juncture the committee to rciort
delegates to the hgUlativ.' convention ap
peared, and submitted tic following as
Delegates to tie; legislative conTentjon
W. P.Wright, Casper Yost, S. M. Orr, W.
T. Scott, John Giadney, L. L. D.ivis, C. T.
Nellis, C. t). Patier, Clcis. Lancaster, A. C.
Coleman, P. J. Thistlew.iod, Geo. W. Short,
and E. C. Walbridi;e; with tlm recommen
dation that the chairman be instructed to
fill any vacancy occurring in the liat of del
egates. Col. Wm el moved that th" r -p irt ho re
ceived and the recomin.'iidetion concurred
The chair appointed Messrs. Wood,
Alden and Taylor a committee to select a
county central committee, and subsequent
ly added Messrs. Iei:vu and Ilely.
These gentlemen retired, and Mr. Seotl
threw a little bomb into the meeting, by
moving that the convention proceed to the
nomination of county ollie. rs, sheriff, etc,
The chair did not think it advisable to
put such a motion, as it was not under
st'sid that such action was to be taken by
Mr. Bird made the point of order that
the convention was called for specitie pur
poses, and tho piirpone tmbru'i-d in Mr.
Scott's motion was not included in them.
Mr. Scott ir.-i-ted that tin; motion was
in order, audit v:u tin chairman's business
to put it.
The debate on this point was tempora
rily suspended by the appearance of the
ab-ent committee, with this r-port, which
New County Central Committee U. A.
Edtuondson, ClearCieek; Soioino.t Ha.le
w ii el, liaekoud ; Win. Iivlmd, L'ni'y;
Martin IJ.-own, 'i'h-li. .-,; Y. D. Garner, S .nta
I Fe;,lohn iii-hop. Giumi: Inland; Wm. M .i-
No, hog Tooth. North Cairo John P.
Hdy, John Tyler. E. V. Green ; Soiiih Cairo
-SV.T.SeoM, W. P. Wright, End Kors
nieyer. County-at Ltrg; Jdlin J. Bird,
R .viming d 'bate on the subject of nom
iiiaiii.;: county oilier-, the chair said it.
felt obliged to Mr. Se it:, for in tructing it
in its duties. However, it would adhere to
its former ruling and would not put the
uu. lion. The gentleman had his remedy in
an appeal from the ilcscUion made.
Col. Wood wanted to understand .Mr.
That gentleman said the cull of (he
committee read thus iiml so, with the ad
dition of "other business," ami under that
portion of the call he made bis motion, and
insisted upon its propriety.
Col. Wood said that if it had been offer
ed in this shape whether the convention
shall go into the nomiiiation of county olli
(rs, it would bea proper motion and then;
ought In be no objection to considering it.
In reply, Mr. Scott said his motion em
braced ju-t that; if it was voted down, of
coin's! there would be no' nominations
The chair sligg'-sled t I Mr. Scott thai he
adopt 'ol. Wood i I. l.et, n'id that if he
vocld do :.(i lie iiio';i. would be put.
" I' l' i the lilolioil eill idled te
1 , 1 I . i.-s ly, Mid he should ill ist
I more was said pro and cop,
i i f..'. ' by .Mr, Scott, t. r: 1 the
l "i down. During tlie hitler
itppenl was ;'o
ioi'Iioii ol t i:' i!e late, hi)i ever. .Mr.
Seiitl Mtignmti,, d the tll'ort to uvoid
in lion on the mull' r its "a dodg '," which
seemed I, i shock the sen-.iliililiesofthecon-viition,
und a gi'iitlemaii prus.uit an in
his place, looked at the chair in amazement,
sneezed, and then resinned his seat.
Mr, Bird offered the following resolution
ns a declaration of tho sentiments of the
Convention, und it was adopted.
We, tho Republicans of Alexander coun
fy, in convention' assembled do hereby re
affirm our devotion to the Republican party,
and its time honored principles. In review
ing its record, the evidences of its honesty
liud patriotism, its generous principles and
progressive ideao arc clearly traceable from
Its incipiency to the present time, and hav
ing unbounded confidence in its readi
ness to adapt itself to the require
ments of tho rapidly developing resources
of our country, we can and do checfrully
recommend it to the people, irrespective of
party, for their continued confidence and
support. To this end we pledge ourselves
in the future, as in the past, to guard well
the portals to the temple of liberty, that the
rights and liberties of the citizen's maybe
protected and the honor and dignity of the
And the 1(7 disbanded.
Foil RK.fr The business nonus now oc
cupied by Henry Fmhma, as a bakery,
corner f 14th street and Washington ave-
nun. For particulars apply to Henry
pROPOSALS FOR STANDS,
K. . K. C. CELKMRATIOX,
.Inly 4th, 1878.
CKAI.F.D bid lllber-ci ied. up tor, o'chv k p.ni .
' ' Monday. Julio iMth. for th pr,iUa:e of 4 tml
at the 1'ark on the itiurtb. Ii.: stiud No 1. fur the
ale of hot! :.-r (hoitUd ai.J fouiitiiim, lem
oniide and other tion Mdriliioui". inou or n.ult
drink": etamt No. 2. f.r ll.i- a.ilu of in- i-ream.
rake and berriee: Hand No. :t. lunik Hiuid for
the sale of coffee, ti . tftlli, cnanl iruod t -xt t
fruits and berrn. nieil, aniiwich.. Sir..; Mi.i,d
No. t. for the of canUlee, nute, tiear and to
InTo. Tliu re'itl- location of th abou Maude with
the daiirny II .or are nbowu In piat Hint can be
I'll at I'aiilll. Srlnih'e ri-i, ainre. Tbar po-i'.inn
In al-o ft; K-d off ; th Park i.ro'iml alluwnl .
iii 'h iIh.'.J. '41 f. t 'ii:ire. F'u'.t for cacti of the
aiioo- tiuid eeparatcif ; aid lndn for the prul-li".-"
,,f t;IP ,0;,. k-,iiu!nl to ai- mt aii4 (',1 of the
nrili-let eiiuim rated. V:ll b-r'itej. In ih" laiti r
ea-e l,i,!d rs ill .! th priti.a of oi.e or
tiiori! nanil" on aay I of tl,- "rounds not within
:mf. eto tll lianehie fl,,r. 'j , icr.-,i hijii, is,
will he r' ij iitn 41 ijn a eenir t with aurc ti.n
bitiilit. tliimeft- ti a i4)o aaomnt a.;rei-d npm
on the ".IS day it July. ls:, tad to Mill ail artklia
at tin- prlrH rmiiiL' in city.
Ilii'.s sr.il a. ssi f, ruri'i.! Mr tht rrtlor
IiMii in.- floor. sawri I'.soa. fl- erax nai.4
and Jad i ' 'a!;t W44'rtiv to rraik l aa
ter'.ul ui.c V'.rt ri'iji.ln 4 in -WIiei,. ruiti tl
si rur ri.-r ik" c a', raiioa m f J 'nd.
ant oirn t l i tmmwl 4 Pi.. Hi rti
eiilimis !,e : i'iiil . srli, l I'erar Mre.
The t'orii!uit'i r. ...rvi- then jSt to r,-l at.- and all
bid liM i : -: k put in J-d ea iop. ,
distinrtly on tS- l, k fur t,a 4 l r, d,
ami alioittd he dr. t-e.l it krarll (JIvVi, si,
t'oia. l!o rak be left at tftlntk'a ('H-ir sior,- 'or
mailei. 1 he In. la will t upw.uil tk Z I a,
i ., lUll, on M.njr. Jnt- sMik. S uVi.wk p .
and tho. !i,:r -tS aru R'ja.'nt! U ! yfoaat
Irr order of th.-
i ovtiTTtw o Aii)siitianrr
JOTICE TO CO3TRACT01H.
Seii'id prnpoatta !ll he rer.-lri at Bii t tif
to Monday, inewk day of July. A. I). l:s. fir the
folio iii;'r'.l wort. Said i.nuot.e may Inrlud.'
the whole lein;;h of at. 4 i'U, the arre or any
purl ther .f. the eouiity rcn'Ctint; the rvlit to rej.-ti
any or all tdrta, Tir:
For r'j'.tln oot t m ft. lnnla iti e e n
t"t a.-rtion line hrttawn aeeiia. tvo , aa1 e.avtn
ill). In totnahip IT. aieith rnaa, l ti. In th.
i-ouiity, and running ihenre norik to the D ( ti-hr
hrete.'- now h'lbf tin i It trn-m . i river, itid
rind to h chared 118 feat nide it f.-al on earti aide
of the renter ertin lit.ai. k feet In tka car,tf of
said Ml feet to he, tkoroughly clrareil of et.-rythiinf
above the aurfai e ,.f the ifMuad. aad an the other Tu
f.-. t i.erTth:tj to be reiuof..d eirept the at jm; of
Al'oforaroad to commence at the aonthern ap.
pro,v h of the ai1 n.- hridiru a-n4 aid t he
riv r. and to run alom; and to ar aaid r'r tot point
meir tie1 jioictioa of tne Thence tnd .Inn ahoro
r'.ii''.", in iin roiitit. a:d roid to h ci, e1 1 rc"
wide, l'i f,-ei In c.-i::er of aa.d r ,ad to ka Hora'ih'f
el.-ured of eerythini a.oa the i: rftv-i- of tht
"round, on the remainder of , a. a aid.' of a:d f
f ! eservthini; to to he nniov. -I cv -alri rumaa
ofirecH. aim i. m a
Ciao. .Tune 10,
coiiri norii a.
fTO THE VOTERS or ALJiXiKDill
WiiHitKAS. Th'M'ouijty tk.ard of A!, iander coun
ty have under advi. -incut a proposed i lioeU 0 ih
.-.caioii prei ineu in still i oiiiiiy, a. 1 partita hat
In" Hhy eu stioiis or pctitiui.a to oitrr in r rd to
tin-eanie are herehv r'ii:-l. d tola the aaue h
tie; S pe:aln r eo-loti of ;, Imnrd.
t..4l Kh.l. lir.B.Cointyl'lirk
'I'ECIAL ELECTION NOTICB.
In pursuance of an order of (lie Countv Hoard of
Al.'Viiid r i ouiity. in mate of Illinois, adopt-d June
I. IsVl. protiillne for the holding o!' a apuca! rl't
lion, and sul.u.is-i.in nf th question uf Isauitix
h inds und. r tho a t named in and order, pukllc no
tic Is Li r. l.t yiteu that a t;.e(.:al eicctiou till ).
Ii'dd ou M
Tt'I'SDAY, JIM.T Tl! KVi'H, ls;-l,
In the Hevcral pr. ciijcN li nid i-ogntt. a fnlr.,
l i wit: .Mil: Itou'jh liaad? auiae kouoe. ('.!,
s., ii tii t'mir.i prec.ii'..; i ; at tun court hoi:a.lii I t .jrta
I ciro preciie't ; at liuchool bou". iuhe liugTuutk
pr.'ciijrt; at the store le,u" ol' O. I .r. !. in
Loose Inland pretiiiet: at tiK-klorckwaasuf lr
I iiel. In the Santa I t precinct; at tne !or liouaaof
II. I'. lirowu , Itro , iu lliu TUuIh t pruciact; at tha
Cottier school )..iia, In tb clear i rtt pr lact;
HI th rcsidenre of sianmel Hrlltf. It tke Ma.tWi
nr."', lie t, and at the at. .re hoiia of Wiiliatn Holm,
In Urn toQ of siandit-kt. la tbt t'aitt pre.-ir.et. rtr
the purpose of veiiui! uH.a tlje qucalion of tha laau
Kim. nf new honds l.t said countv, uidar tk,' art of
Hie legislature of said aiaie, antllitd " Aa ai l rviai
Ini; to coiiiitv and city duMs, and to protldv far tb
piiynieul tUeruof ht taiaiian. tu tucfi counties an4
ciii. s. approved b'ehrnaiy I ilk, li'., tnd tu aair
lint title ther.-cif," m, proved and in forca April
lSTii, and veil said tu t hutnli to raiac uioi.vt tu par
i linsi.. or rellie outstiiiditiL' houds ofaaid county, a
eiieclil.i1 In said order, who k ' hunda ahail toa
flst of lo hundred and ten hoinla, uuinlicrc4 1 tu
'lie, of l lie d.'iiiiuiliiailiui of cak; and on kua
dred and lllit hotide, minilared J 1 1 to:iiU, of the ilu
ininiltiailou of ).'.) a. k. mainu a total of three
hiinilred and elMv IioiiiIh. of the aififruuaie aaieuat
nrll!t.;W, Ih'Iiik'kImiiiI :m tier ceiuuin of th inn
toliil of nil llieoulstandlnii honds proposed to be re
llred. nil of mild new honda to hear date July 1, lHCa,
anddriiw Interest ut the rat" nl'six per cant tiur au
iiuni from dale until teild. bolb principal tun Inter-e-t
to be piiyiilile ut tlm Kiret "lailotiaf hank of New
Yorlt. In thnclty and atale i.r New York. In aenil
anniiiil InsliUltiieiilH, on tlie llrst dars nf January
und July of each year, a.'t, r date of auid honda. and
ruiiuliif tlirottijli a period of blui'tccu ti.4 a half
I'.lidit eiiinl annual Instiillmetits of 11 per cent of
tlm face of eiild hands for and ilurluu' the fuel lour
yours: :n eijuiil s.'inl snniml liisiiillini-iits of fi per
i enl of the luce of Mid bolide for and ilurlnii the
next lll'l.'en vears; ami one It in I lntnllinent of the
reiiiiiliidernf principal and Interest of sslil lioiide,
mid pitynhle only upon preeiitiitlon und piirrcndtr
of hii.'Ii ciitipotis ; and suld lionds to he also purrcu
ilered mid ill'cliurii.'d upon I lie payment ol said
coniioiiK for lliuil liisiiilliuents.
Tint proeeeilM of side of which euld JlPJ'till Hew
bnliite to he elieiidcd under Hie dlreetloii of the
proper iiiilliorlte's oI'shi county. In the iiuri hiise or
r.-lirln ol e. .eh und all of suid oiitstiiiiillte,' In, mis.
n ml for no o i her purpose Im lever. A I w lilt h suld
special e. i-lloli I here will he suliaillt.'d to the l.".'i,l
ml is nl' snlil county, the raild iieriloti of Issiilno
II .anl.l new Imiiils, 'miller the said net iipproveil
en -1 in force April 'Jo Is',", In umtiiier ntitl forni mid
lei' t1'.. iniriioi.e iiliirculil : nil hallola . net nt lutld
I mm rati election In fnvor of I tie wild uilesilon Hiilinoi-
leil n iiloresiiiti. slinll r ail, "l-or issiuiik ine
honds," uud nil luillnls eiist iien!u-l eitld iito "I lnn
slnill rend. "AiMliist Issiilnif the bonds." l'olls ul
siiltl eh elloll will be olieli ill I h hour nf H n'l'locU
hi the tiiornlinr nf siihl iluv of elect Inn mid continue
opitl mull llielioiirorrii'cloclt 111 the Itl'leriioiill of
Ihu eiiliie due, W hiMl they will he closed.
' HA Ml.' HI, J. Ilt'MM.
Countv Ch'rlt nf anld Al'.'uuilvr County, 111k,
t'Atao, Mr.., June, laid,
Eitiinii Stiihkt, (in Riser's Building)
IMI'hOYS only flrsU'lnst workmen, and endeiiV
J ore to aciotd to all courtcuui trealtntiit.
HOOT AXD SHOE MAKF.KS.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cnnitperclnl Avenue, bet. I fi hi
Mxllt and Seventh ate. f till TO, III.
I I In, pnl.lle ueiicraliv that he ha reccntlv rcc-lvct
he I ie.t and inert M-feet stock of heathers of every
lescrlptlon ever hrouuht to this , llv. All work 111
hut ire Mtlsla. lion "lun In every Instance. IMcci
reasonable. A .h.,,1,, li,vitatl,,Vxt.-(jca to a I o
lull uud examine u'ooda und b arn price
DVKIMi AM) UKXdVATIVO.
y0UH OLD CLOTHES
CAM BB ar.ACTin.M.LT
dyi:d ou im:paihi:d
At a Trilling Expense-0. 0. I).
CHAS. SHELLEY, XO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t'tr I.adlce ncd Oi-nta' old hatK made new.
NEW YOXK WIEKYIIEIIAM).
AEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD.
ONEDOLLWi A YEAH.
"I'lIK clrt olatlon of thia popular newspaper l.aa
more than trchliU during the pa.t y..r. jt ,.
tiims all the ha.ii,e ,-, roiitained in tio- i,lv
lleruld, and Is arranged In handy ii. partiiaijis. lt,u
enihriic. i fpccial disptt.hcs from all oimrt.-rr of
the L-lotie. together with unhiafed. fnit'.lu s.,,
i?rapMe pletiir.uf the "nat war in Kurope. I u
ucr tin- head of
A1KRIC1B E S
are tflvr the Tclt graphic Deapatchev r.f the we. lc
frnm all j arte ol the Cnlou. Thl f.-afri! aiono
THB WBELY IIBKal.I).
the mot valuahle ncaiper In the world, an it la
Every week le fiven t faltkM report of
emhrtelnii rnmpl.-te r,d rompn liensiri! d.-p-rh"
froti ktliytou, inritiiiirie lull reports of tl c
apveehea ol auimvul polituiant on t!ie.otKsiii,i.s of
th hour. '
rt k rrsa rra -r;T
of tht 9, i !v .-raid ultra the lat.-st aa well a the
most pratirti tHi, and diii. rir r.-latli ir
to th- dac.ti of the fkrraer. hlnta for raivtuv latlii-!
i'ouitry. Oratn. Trv.t. ti.;. etc, etc., with
m.yt'.oLa for t"'p:rij bnudin ar.4 fari.ini; i:ten
e;ls in repair. 'Ikis is mppli ini-nti-d ,v a well
ediltd dc,rtaii.t. widely lopiid, under the Lead
yivlng rtclp. f.,r pra- tl'i 4uhee. hlntt for muklns?
ci.iihitijj and lor t- epiLj up iib the iatrst ft.tiiot.a
a: ;Uk lov p,-..t. Laitars Nan our Paris and
l.ondoi orriaporlT,uii the vm late.t ftbioiiv.
The M"r. tnicnt of the eikiv Herald will
save tk kor.. wife ruor Uaa oue hnmlnd titnee
the prue of th pa par.
05 81XU4l A Ylakt
Thertlt paB-.' drvttat In ail the lat.-' phae
of the liTtslriras aavtotta. t 'p. ercl.anri .r Ar.,
4 1 t!titM f.-atata l found lu tbe spciia.ly
r. portr4 pen ra m.A c.dlttota of
Tia avsic liksar.
Wtlltallth arwt fr. the last fire to the Pis
covert rt atari, art to ,r fnuia iu lliu Wiilv
fctvaaiA. 4t atiwnina la Oi to
1TJ $ r
at horn ami a'.najd. U.erher ith a Stout every
' at. U if N,t.a uj.aa.t divine. Lit.-r.-irv,
'i.sir:. l-aaa(.. Frra.aa' auU iet.t l.'iero
iuo paar itb,ri. ttnh contain . rr. u,U
iinwa a.attcr every was k a the aiat.r IIhi.ai i.,
hick -nt. p. t s free, for One lj"ur loa
n,,- auhti nhet: any twti
TS3 If TolQ RERal.IJ
it a ly form.
013 Hai!.I.iH YK4K.
pnhli.hit, t,i pros;i.Ttt:s withf-c! Heine
I ilhori.rd till not arceisartlv Kceiw aueii-La:.-.',
Broray a iju kit.. w York.
Do yon want to lncre vntir tre or build tip ti
trade, or build up a tit buiia.-a1
if I.,e.o T let pV'.plt fctoa- WI.e! vou l.uve t
II I Jil aeii. '.tlairtabadohrat tnali-a-i
cost Is worth ashiiii: alioiit. Ii-avpapers reach
u.t'e people a: t less rip.-i.av tli tu ant ..tin r mfi.li
ot coniniuniiaiiot. I a. an !' rtia.-m.-iii timt.
can be L'tt.-n tat tnoat t -irru'tcua for tne mopcy. in
"nod apert. is the aurr. to develop jour
Inisita.s. 'i'o try for uih fTIfJl'll
Send for a ropy of our jandard lia' and le.'irn what
an iiuii.it, ventilation ton ini;' for h emitll ruin.
UKiC " a.l.!.A CO .
hi tprucc rtnit. New York.
X. II.-On evert order for this Met we will five ymi
over halfu million larcuittint in other papers w itli
KVAlU) Afnta(ttittaiiie'r the Fnir.smB
Vtairoa Trrtua ana outfit lr. Addreer, 1'
O. VK18Y. augu.ia, flaitui.
t oar klit e waala
sr.w aawli. rha I
tivla m l tr 3l twji'-s. r-'fl fr m
fit, m C. a. .A-iaaw w.. arm., . "
W ?5fa ttttiftll Toncert fvrand (V(' AT
T lAi1! pianos, cost (V . only ' 'H'Vsl i
ti'i. Superb Orand ayiuare fianoe. cost $,m. only
.-.. Klei-aat fprU'ht Pitnoa. eott o. only J I
ScWHtvIe Vprii'ht 1'itnoa 41 1 . Orifins. t.ft. tir
irana i atoas. ift.ty i hu,. tsr'tnt.lS alnpa. cost
O'.aj,onl tel.'.. Klavant IT Jirror lop Orv'iiim
onlv in:i. Tratneniloi.t tacrilce to rl.iae nut pres-nt'stis-k.
B.waseait f tort aoot to he erected,
newspaper with much information about cost ol
IMno and Orient- Sent Kree. 1'lcasu a.Idrcss
lUaia. f. taarcr, Waatltk'tou, -
10. !J(). 50. !!?100.
Invested Jndlcloualt it atim kH (Options or I'rlvll
tx'. '. Is mre rowl' to rapid fortune. Hill tletiilis
and olOcial Stock Kehtnfc'e "eporle free. Adilres
'I'. Pi'i-tmi WitotT a Co., liti.kerM, 3R Wall blreet.
ir Yon AiwXE
(K)IN(i TO KANSAS
Send lor Krei. Outde llnjf full and relhilih' Iti'tir
iiinlliiti In ri'tard to Ihe iheiipest, tniist prodilclive,
ned best located liirmltw Ininle In Ihe Slute. Ai -dre.s
.1. I-:. l,n 'liW(l'M), lii'lii'riil Iiniul
stiiitlou A'.'ent, Kansas City, Missouri.
bo-plliil. is; Must WnshliiLMoti ctreel. Clilc.'iL'o. lor
the cure of all private, chronic anil epcclr.1 tlleciiscK.
SltNAI, tt PAhvrs'4, K-Vllt'H IIMIII.ITV lllltl
M isiiontt, periiiMiietillv cured, I ir . I 11 irfeeeo"
ol'lhe h'el'.nii School, iintl uses no incrctirvi Hits tnn
biritesi ,ructiei. In the I'nlted Stiite. I.AIHt.s re
ittlrliii; Ircniiiieiit, Willi home and hoard, cull or
wrlle. Hverv convenience lor pntlenlH. Semi lllty
cents for MAllHIAOU tilT.il'': arn pinfc- lllttsirnt
ed. .Married latliea und "cnlleineii send llfly eeiits
for ntnplc of rtOihi r eoods nnd circular nf Import
nut liirormiitlon livetprcss. (,'onsttllittlon free mitt
coulldeiilliil . Itidliihle Funule I'lllr a box.
IvardaA vaaal V at C".sil itf-.u
4m w. fiJut, sl m,m 'W
amr f iiiiat if a4 b lobarra
nr ix. U ns. Mas I 1 It rl.isel