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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE aft, 1878.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITV AXI COI NTY.
Thou. IXally, J-Mitor.
FOR CTUTt TRCAtiVRKR.
EDWARD L. (. KONKKII K, of Stepheii.on.
FOR aerf.HINTKNDKNT O Pll I.H" lNCTIU'lTlhS,
MMl'KL M. ETTEH, of McLean.
FOR CLWK Of TUB f tniMII IMfllT, KOITHERN IIAND
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marlon.
TOR CIKRK tir TH AFPK1J-ATK COURT t folTIIIHS
' JOHN Q. 1I.VKMAN, o Alexander.
SIOHTEENTII CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT. TALL FOU APKMOt HATIC BEI.EflATECOXVKS
TH)N TO NOMINATE A CANUIOATE FOH
The Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
rrt'wional district o." Illinois are requested
to Rend delegates to a couveution to be
keld at Joncsboro, Union wmnty, on Tues
day, 23d day .f July, 1878,
t 10 o'clocls a. m., &r Uie purjioFe
uf nominating a candidal for representa
tive iu the Forty-wxta congreisa Each
county of the district will be entitled to
tke nutnWr uf dolegutut t, gad rotes in.
the convention set cpprvijte ito ntune below,
Alexander. . . .
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In the eounties that have not already ap
pointed delegates the Central committee
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to HjijHiint
delegates to this convention.
By order of tl Democratic Central Com
mittee if the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict. Jso. H. Oiikhlv, Chairman.
A. Poi.K Jos eh, Secretary.
A Democratic convention will be held at
JmclHiro, 111., on Tuesday, theillld day of
July, 1878, for the purpose of nominating
two candidates fur Rcpri-sent.it ives in the
Ireneral Assembly fur the Until Senatorial
Uusis of representation: One delegate for
each 200 votes and fraction over Kill votes
cast forTilden in 1870. The counties will
I entitled to delegates its follows:
W. II. Mourns,
W. A. I. KM MA,
W. C. MollKI.AMl.
The State Register has information that
Mr. Thomas S. Ridgway is fixed in the
purpose to organize the Sunday Schools of
Egypt against the Republican ticket.
Fi.kak aie alllieting Vienna, Johnson
county. The Journal playfully remarks
that the county scut of the kingdom (if
Kuykendall "has more Hens to the square
foot than any other place in Southern
Tiik death of Judge IJrersc leaves a va
cancy on the Supreme 11. nch of Illinois that
ran be filled with equal ability only with
great dilliculty, There are in the profes
don of the law not many men as learned as
the deceased judec Hut the world ran on
veil lifter (War uied,
Tiik, iMiiocriitsof .lohi'Mni niiiuty will
meet in inas eunventioii on July l;ith, Cn
the purpose, among other tliin.. of h
lecliliu delegates to ailend the IImiiuk latic
congressioiuil convent ioti at ,i,,iI(.vi, ,.
This important fact iscallel to tl,,. t,tt' n
lion of M-vxrs. Allen and ibut.el!, Tie s
slloulll not fail to b:' pl'i'srlit.
Tiik Arguv-biunial says that "O'.i tly is
yet uinong the possible dark hoiwV f,,r
'(.VmgreM in thia district. W c are aatihV.I
he will stand the racket if nominated."
The A.-.I. is iiiihlitkrn. O. is not among
'the possible dark horses. He. will nut lie
a ranili.lt.te. Now wc beg the A.-.I. to not
sny: "The lady doth protest too inurli my
TiiE''little bird'' that whispers to the
Sim is newsy. Irwiys that a Republican
editor is working tor the nomination of Mr.
Oberly for Congress, the understanding be
in;,' thitt, if O. i noniiimteil, lie nml hin
friends will put the editor where he ami his
pencil will do the most pood. Mr. Oln-rly
knows nothing of this pretty phm, itnd is
acquainted with no HcpuUiran editor who
wishes him to lie nominated for anythin''.
A CoitUEroxiEST of the Murphysboro
Independent asks: "What did Hen. b
"gan, at the Radical county convention,
"mean by saying, we have a Republican
"majority of 1000 in this congressional dis
"trict, and 1 know we can elect a congress
"man this full. If the Democrats noniin
"ate Judge Allen, they nominate an able
"man; if Mr. Hartzell, a good man: and if
"Mr. Oberly, a clevernian." '1 he Iiuiepen
dent gives it up; and so do we i.ll of us.
Tun Murphy. si oro Independent informs
Gen. Logan thr.t Judge Allen will go to
Conjures in spite of all efforts that the
general may make against him. We know
that Democrats will applaud this declara
tion. Let the issue be joined. The out
dime of the canvass will determine which
is the better man in this district Allen or
Logan. The Radicals have a chip on their
shoulder and are daring us to knock it off
by nominating Allen. We fed inclined to
oblige them. We cannot endure a "dare."
Theue are four candidates for each of
the two State offices to be filled by election
this fall, as follows: For Treasurer Ed
ward S. Cronkritc, of Stephenson county,
Democratic; John C. Smith. of Jo Davies,
Republican; Erostus N. Bates, f Cook,
National; Jerome R. Gorin, of Macon,
Prohibition. . For Superintendent of Public
Instruction Samuel M. Etter, of McLean,
Democratic; James P. Slade, of St. Clair,
Republican; Frank H. Hall, of Kane, Na
tional; AV. S. Post, of St.Cluir, Prohibition.
Mk. S. P. Tikts, of Centralis whose
chief wickedness is a head guiltless of hair,
denies our assertion that he is a candidate
for the lower house of the General Assem
bly. We expected this; but we shall not
permit his bashfulnrss to put us in a false
position. He is a candidate: and if no
voter of his district becomes aware of the
fact until after the election, we shall not
be to blame. We insist that Tufts is a
Candidate for the Legislature, and we hope
he will be elected. We cannot spare time
to go to the house, and wc must have a
head that resembles ours among the states
men of Illinois. Tufts has such a head.
Tue Sheriff of Johnson county lias
fixed 2:30 p. m.. of the 5th of July for the
execution of Burklow. The time for the
judicial murder of Burklow is close at
hand, and the crime can be prevented in
no other way than by inducing Gov. Cub
loin to step between Burklow and the
gallows. The governor has been praised
for his firmness in refusing to interfere in
the late capital cases, aud may be led to
Ix-lieve that the people of this part of the
State are also anxious to have Burklow
hung. He should 1m-undeceived by a gi u
eral demand for the commutation of this
unfortunate man's s"iitence. Four-fifths of
our people would be pleased if Gov. Cul
lom should interpose his power, and save
Burklow from the rope.
Go away from home to hear news. The i
Chicago Tribune vavs : "A movement is on I
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'foot to harmonize the conflicting interests
'in the Eighteenth District by running
'John II. Oberly for Congress. Josh Allen
'and Albright will never support caeh
'other, and the district is too close for any I
'speculation.'' True, t!:e district is too
close for speculation, ami Mr. oberly might
make his calling and election sure, but
there is no movement on fin it to harmonize j
any conflicting interests in the Democratic I
party by nominating him for congress, t
There are no conflicting interests to I
i,,.r, .i!nM.,i,t win ,,rt ah..,,
IM.I ... ....... v . r.... ..... 4.11' II,
and is not a candidate for any ollice, lb.
never wavers. In short, peace prevail
among the Democrats of this district, and
they propose to spongo out the Radical
party this fall.
Mit. W. S. Mourns. (,f Hardin County, j Judge John Dougherty has requted the
will try conclusions v,',ih Mr! Kuykendall, i tiovernor to not permit the extreme penalty
of Johnson, and ifhecoi robthat gentleman ! to be inflicted. Judge D.J. Baker, of this
of lliej Republican nomination for Senator in circuit, as good u man as Illinois boasts,
the Fii'ty-liit District. This will never do, has also requested Gov. Culloin to l.e-p iUc
as the Johnson County Journal, a very ! rope from Rurkh.w's neck. Jiidye M. C.
emphatic Republican paper, more than in-! Crawfi.nl, of the Union county circuil
tiiuales by faying thai Mr. Morris declined ! viys, we are Inloithi d, it would be an out
to run for the oilier when h'uykendall was J rage to hang this man. Judge John H.
li r.s;t mentioned, but now "at the pinch of; Mulkcv, one of the tinn.st and most mhYx-
I the game, allows himself to be forced fr .m
I the retirement of private life to save the
party." The sarcasm of this sentence j does not hesitate to say that to hang Uurk
liiust be apparent to every render; : low would be the commission of a judicial
but the climax of the Journal's indigna
tion is reached In the remark, that it i op.
poMd toforciug uieu iutopubliclifc agaitut
their will, especially when they sacrifice
every principle of honor by allowing them
selves to be thus forced. Mr. Morris must
stand fiom under or be crushed by Mr.
Tn K Johnson County Journal says : ''Font
'Albright has decla.ed himself out of the
'race for the Democratic nomination for
'Congress. This narrows the race to Allen
and Oberly, with the. chances in
'favor of Allen." The Journal has
certainly not paid much attention
to the Democratic canvass, or else
it would not mention Mr. Oberly as a ran.
didate for Congress. On the contrary, hr
would know that .Mr. Oberly has refused to
permit his name to boused. He has been
assured, by not a few Democrats of the
district, that he might command their sup
port if lie desired the nomination: but he
has uniformly declined these vol
untary kindnesses, and has said
everywhere and on all occasions
that he is not a candidate. He has not had
the experience of Horatio Seymour in the
business of declination; the nomination
has not been thrust upon him; there is no
probability that it will be: but to all who
have said: "Run," he has replied: "No."
lie is not a candidate, and does not want
to be. Mr. Allen, in so far as Mr. Oberly
is concerned, has matters all his own w:.v.
The Republicans will not, in all probabil
ity, attempt to elect two representatives from
this Senatorial district this fall, and we
cannot yet determine which one of the
three counties uoinpo.-ing the district will
secure the nominee. Judge Layman has
been instructed for by Jackson, Mr. Phillip,
will have the support of Union, and Mr.
Harmon Black may have the favor of Alex
ander, although it is said several of the
delegates from this county will not favor
his nomination. Either of these gentlemen
would be a creditable representative,
and we should be very much
pleased if Mr. Black were to obtain a seat
in the Ibine. He is a young gentleman of
ability and irreproachable character, with
capabilities giving promise that he will
take an honorable place in his profession.
But we may with safety prophesy that
neither Black, Phillips nor Layman, can
obtain the nomination, and that the "dark
horse" will win. Who he will be wc can
not say: but if our Republican friends will
take giMMl advice we will tell them who he
ought to be. If the contest between Lay
man, Phillips and Black becomes a dead
lock, a compromise satisfactory to every
Republican in the district might be made
by the nomination of Mr. J. J. Bird, of
this city. Without disparagement to the
gentlemen who have been named In con
nection with the Republican nomination
for the Legislature, we may say that Mr.
Bird is not inferior to either of them intel
lectually; and that he has more political
learning and is a much abler man upon the
stump is a fact that no one ran dispute.
Mr. Bird would poll the full Republican
vote, and would be. if elected, the leader of
the Republican side of the House. Wo
suggest him to our Republican friends as a
The Argus-Journal, in an urticle headed
"Sympathy for Burklow,"' as gently as pos
sible insists that the slayer of Wagoner
shall 1 huii. We regret this, for the Ar-giis-Joiirnid's
article may induce the gov
ernor to refuse the request for a commu
tation of the murd'-rer's sentence. The
governor is inclined to not interfere with
the sentence of the court, and Ix.-lieve the
hanging of some of our murderers would
I., inni'li rru 1f ,l.,f. t.rit tti.lu.l'r. 1ti-
, f. . , , '. , .
fact that lite and property arc safer in tins
than in any oth'-r part of the State; and
utterances by new-japcis, urging tie
sac rifice of Burklow to prejudices lrn of
misinformation will have a
tendency to make him firm in resi.-t-
I ance to petitions for mercy. Wc an;
slow to believe that the frgiis-Jourual, in
the spirit of the journali-iii of Little 1'ed
dlington, advocates the death of Burklow
because TilK Hi U.KT1X would vot have the
unfortunate man choked to d'-ath with a
but. beyond all doubt, our contem
porary has arrived at its conclusions with
out knowledge ot the facts of this caw.
The jury that sentenced Burklow i, with
only one exemption, drsiro'ls that the sen
tence shall be commuted. The judge be
fore whom he was tried that firm old man,
ihle of men, wlVr hearing the stnti nient of
. Mrs. Wagoner, w ife of the murdered man.
murder. Judge Win. II. Green, than whom
there is uo man more of a stickler for the
execution of "the law, concur? in Judge
Mulkey's opinion. David T. Linegar, John
M. Lansdeii, the two Gilberts nil able
members uf our bar and all anxious for
the punishment of crime and the vindica
tion of the law protest against the taking
off of Burklow by hanging. Others also
might be mimed, among them Gen. John A.
Logan, who are anxious to have Gov. Cul
hnn listen with a merciful ear to the peti
tions for Burklow's life. Indeed, wo would
not exaggerate if we were to say, that nine
people out of every ten in Alexan
der, Pulaski, Johnson and Massac
counties, would regret the death
of Burklow on the gallows. It
cinnot be said that the men we have named
above, or tlmt a majority of the "people we
have referred to, have been influenced by
sympathy to their desire that the sentence
of Burklow shall lie commuted to imprison
ment. They have not. They have been
compelled to deprecate the execution of
(his man by the knowledge of the facts that
led him into the sad plight facts that were
not and could not be got to the jury. The
evidence of Mrs. Wagoner would have ren
dered the hanging 'if her husband's slayer
imixissible; but the defense not knowing
what she would swear, dared not introduce
her; and the prosecution, having a knowl
edge of what her evidence would be, re
fused to put her on the stand. Witnesses,
too, might have been introduced to show
that Wagoner was not the lamb the Argus
Journal paint.s him, but a dangerous, bad
man. Everything proves that justice, not
sympathy, makes it the duty of Gov.
Cullom to save Burklow's neck, and we
hope the commendations he has received
for refusing to interfere in behalf of Sherry
and Connelly firmness that entitles him
to the thanks of all the people, for they
were monsters may not influence him to a
false firmness by w hich may te sacrificed
the life of a man, not guiltless of what the
law calls murder, but who is not a monster
and was almost as much sinned against as
sinning a man who tiaik human life, not
because he was malicious, but leenuse he
feared for his own life and had
been worked into a f C izv by dread of his
foeuian. Gov. C'ollum, if lie (Indorstanrtu
the case, will commute Burklow's sentence.
Justice, if she could have her proper inilu
ence, would require tl.i action of Hi Excellency.
THE VIENNA DEDICATION.
fjuhimou County Journal.
Last Sunday w as the day set apart by the
Odd Fellows of Vienna for the dedication
of their cemetery. An excursion train on
the C. k V. R. R., arrived here alwmt 10
a. ni., bringing delegations from Cairn,
Mound City, Caledonia and Foruian. .The
pnx.-es.sion formed at the public square and
inarched thence to the cemetery, one mile
north, where, after the impressive ceremo
nies of dedicating the grounds for the
burial of Odd Fellows and their families,
Hon. John H. Oberly, Past Grand Master
of the State of Ills., delivere I .1 splendid
oration. He told the history, objects and
good works of the order since i's foundiiig
to the present time. Ujmn the w hole, the
oration was the best of its kind we ever
heard, and did great credit to the already
good reputation of Mr. Oberly as an orator.
AUmt 1.200 persons were present, from :.!!
parts of Southern Illinois. After the oratii n
dinner was announced; and judging from
the basketsfull that were spread upon the
green we suppose there was plenty for all.
JoIiiimiu County Yi-omnii.
There wSts a large gathering of people
last Sabbath at the Odd Fellow's ccmcte-y,
to witness the dedication ceremonies and to
hear Hon. J. H. Obcrley's address on the
order of Oddfellowship. His address was
rather lengthy but those who were in hear
ing distance seemed to forget time in its
flight, -si sublime was the address, com lied
in the finest language. Everybody whom
we heard express himself or herself was
well pleased. One of the closest observers
end best literary cities of this county,
peaking of the addi".ss, said, "Oberly used
as fine language as In ever heard Used in a
public ad Iress that i' is unsurpassed by
Skuyler Colfax's addp -ses on Odd Fid low
ship." After tin; addp -s dinner W lis Served,
then- being plenty for ad.
As the perfection of entirety ib pctuls
upon the p'-rl'ei tiou of minutiu , so in one
can hope for robust health of the entire .sys
tem if the blood should become in the h a.-t
impure. Its standard of purity is best
maintained by the use of Dr. Bull's Blood
J.. F. KUNKLE'S
li ITT Eli WINE OF IRON.
'pin- trri-at siuth.i. nml ili linlit of the people. In
1 fuel. iiiitMiiir Ilk" II bus ever been oil. n il the
Aue rii'iin people which lift m qiilekl) loiiml lla miiv
linn their jipful favor mid hearty approval lis K. I-'.
Kunkl'-s Ifitu r Wine of Iron. i iloe nil It i,ro-JlOI-es.
mil) nuts ilvc universal Hlisliiillon. Ii h
Vu'iranleeil loeure llie worl enses of ll.vspepslll or
Indli Hun. kldm-v or liver dUeii.cn.' weiiknenH,
lienou-lem. l-nl,stli(IIIoll. aeidilf of the -lullnirli.
Ae, l,ul Ihe lenillne. Onlv sold ill glKI botllei.,
Jiepot and offl.e. -iVt North 'Ninth Mp-el. I'liilmlel
phln. A-k lor huiikli.' s uiul lake i.outher. Nildby
Dvsyepsiu! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
K. V. Kittik.-I'i. Ilitti r Wine or Iron Is a sun- cure
for tills illsi'llse. ),:, l.n presrillii'il i;iv (or
ninny )er lu I In- praeilee of emim-ni phvleimis
wllh (I n r n I l.-litl sun . Svmploins nre' lots
Mppetite. a iml and ri-lnv' of I mm I. di- m-.s in i th,
li' aOm he. ilin...". slei'iin i,.. mill low -plrlls.
Oi-I tie- eriinine Not ndl In luilk v lu t hot-
He. Sold In nil itllllMs. A-k lor I-;. V. Knillde H
Hitter W lie- uf Iron, mnl dike im oilier, gl per hol
tle. orjii lor six buttle. A!l I n-k I a lihil i,r Oils
valuable medli'liie. A irh.l nlll eonvliiee m.ii nl
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
K. K. Kniikle' Wo. in Syrup never full to remove
all kliel nl' Wiiriti. hent. ;ilu mid Monnw h worms
are t'-mllly removed hv Ivni.kle wmiii Mrup. Ilr.
Kuiikh- I I In- on I v ueeel'ul physn Ian tlmt 1,11, r,..
nmvM t.ipi worm la from iwolofoiti horn Helm
no fee iiiiill bend and all me iillv and lu Mils
space nr lime. Coiiimnu ene leiiche II lape worm
can be removed all olln r woriii c:iu be rimlily re
moved. A-k jour driiL-ulsl lor a botlle. of Kniikcl
Worm Mrup. Price fl er buttle. Il never fnila -or
tend to the doctor for circular. No. ivj North
Niulh iirrui. I'l;lludripl,lu. I'. Advice free.
The Cairo Rox ami Basket Co.
Flooring, Siilinu:. LntlLKtc
At the very lowest rate.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Haiul,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On tliv shortcut otlco.
4 SPECIALTY iiiiide of STEAMBOAT 1.1'MBEH.
We !o manufacture KKrrrIHX.MATEKIALS
( nicker, Candy, l'ucklii) Duxes Staves llcadliij:
pROPOSALS FOR STANDS,
K. M. K. C. CELEBRATION,
!uly 4th, 1878.
OEAI.EIibld will be received, nil tod n'cloi k p.m..
' ' Moi iluy. Ju ie th. for the prlvlleir" of 4 lund
at the l inl on ie s'oimii. stand No. I. for the
.ale u Mida water ihuttleil and I'oiiiituin i, lem
onade nr.d olln r 11 1 hi hiilrlluoii. vinous or malt
drinks: -laml No. g, for the Mile of Ice creuui.
cuke and berriee: tand No. a, 1 0 loll Hand for
the sale n! Celfee. tea. milk, canned iioimI O'Xcept
fn il ain' hcrrlc!. nn nl. and h he, Jrr.; "Iiiiid
No. I. for 'lie alu of candies, nuts, i-iijurs and to
bacco. The relative location of the above tu!id with
the i. audio' floor are hoirn in a philthul can be
seen at I'hiiI II. Si hiih'p . itrnr store Their poitoti
i also htuked eif in the Park, l.roiiinl allowed lo
cue h aland. "JO feet iiiurc Hid lor each uf the
above elands at -pamlch ; and bill for (he privl
K ire of the whole i:rouiiif In ell anv ami all of the
aitli le cniiiiu rated, will be.ecelve.l. In tin- Intl. r
can-lhe bidders wIIIIium- tin- irlvileee of oi r
more stolid on anv pint of the eroue! not wlthlii
ail feet of ihe d..licllii; t'oor. The MliTeful liiljiler
will be reitiind lo it'ii a eo- irict wltb urvtii
binding lheinelvi top.o Ihe n. inmt agreed upou
on the Mh day of .'illy. ls,S. aim to sell nil urticle
al the prh rilling lu tl ' It v.
Bids will also be ri.eivcj for the creciloti ofi
Oaiicini tliKr. Spenker' rlaud. Fire work siiind
and .ludpct' stand lll.lderaru to ,'uriiiah nil ma
terlnl am1 work reitiire,' In the i re Hon. remove the
pirn-Mire after the relet. latlon eicipt JtnL-i stand,
lilid ou a'l Hie mm T, . u-. d I'i ills and pci irl
cation can e ntn ut Paul II. Scneh I it-sr Store.
The I'ottiiniUir rescnc I Ie ritfhi to n jei t . ny Mid all
bid. HliiMuUt be put i -e.ilcd elm loin ' idiate
dLlincil.'. on the l.m k w n 1 i I oticrej,
and shi iiii' be ad(ln ' user. Si v ,
( oi.i. They cnti he ! '' ' r Store or
mcil.-d. 'I he bid wi.! I.. .1 e K M. K.
(.'.. lli.:i. oe M'liiday. Ju.i. -.Iti.. :u oVIirk p in ,
iiul tlui.e leic'c icd ire reriii t. d to be preaent.
v order of llie
COMMITTEE OK AliKANl. EVENTS.
(OIMT VolIl Ks.
OTICE TO CONTIBUTORS.
Senb ,1 pro" '-al will la- r"eclved at mv office cp
to V-.iida.. ,1.-Sth day of July. A II. ls:'s. fur the
fidlov. '.iti riwl w ork. Said d'oposui mav Include
Ihe .vlioir k iu-th u.'aid road. Iiy iw acre or ai.y
part lhe. tb eotiuty rem r- lnu the riefat to reje t
aue . r all bl'l. viz :
Kor cull I ni? out a new road, beginning on the ren
ter si'Cfon line between eiunii (woej. and eleven
'111. in town.Mp 17. roiilu raiifv. I Hit. l tr,;i
coiioty.aiid -uniiinK' theme r orth to the new('ahe
bridge now l.ii(f built at ni? l.t he river. nU
r.iad to be cleared 10U feet ide iH P el ou eai h nle
of the filler ectiun linei. :V) feet In i.,r tenter of
said lui feet lo tn- tl.nruutrhly cleared of evrrtthiiiL'
above Ihe arf" of Ihe (jrouud. and on the other 70
fcr: every (bini: l be removed ejeept the luui. of
A!oforaroad to eommet.ee it the aonthern ap
proai b f the ild new brii.'- j acro'a said l a hr
river, and to run alonff a. el n. ar aid river toa point
'ear the junction of the Thehe jtel Jon. buro
romle, iu tin ruiinly. aia road to be cleared 4 rod
.vide. :to feet In center of raid road lo he thoroughly
r lev ed of everything nborn the aurface of the
trrei.n l. on Ihe remainder of each aide of raid .'
leet evervthiug to to be removed eventing atumii
oftne. SAMl'KI. J. Hl'M .
County ( ierk.
Caiao. June 10, 17S.
rpo THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
Wiierkap. TheCounly Board of Aleiander conn -ly
have under advi-emetit n proposed rbunge uf Ihe
election precinct In aanl cotinty. all parties hav ing
any riigestlon or o 1 1 1 ! our lu otler In regurd tn
the same are herebv reiiieti-d to file the nunc by
uie S.eplemher erlon of d bimol.
SAMCKI..I. IICMM ouulv Clerk
gPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE.
In pursuance of un onb-rof the f'orntv rtomd of
AlevHiiiler couniy. lu rlnte of Illinois, adopt, ,1 ,1 nne
s, IsVM. profiling for the boldint( of a special elec
tion, and sulimis-lon of the ijuc-tlnti of issuing
bunds ,'tidi r the act named lu said order, public im
lice i hereby glvi'ii Ihni a special election will be
TI KS1IAY..ICI.YTIIKUT1I. K
in the everitl pri'i itn t In aid county, a fol'nw.
to wit: At the Hough A Heady engine -i iue. in the
Smith Cairo precinct : at thecoiirt house. in the Nurtli
I tiro prci lie I ; ut the -i hool house. In Ihe Dug To. .Ill
preclncl ; nl the store lloll-e o O. lirei lil-e. Ill the
tomsc l.-lniid precinct : at the stun house of A II. Ire
land. Ill the Saniu Ke precinct : m tn,. store 'hiii-. of
U.K. ItrownA llru. in the Tin Ins precinct; t the
( .'otiier school hiMise. in the cienr ( reek .reiim t:
al the eideiice cifSaintiel Hrilev. In the liu.lewood
precinct, ami al the store hon- 'ef Willimn liulme.
n the luwn of Sandusky, in the I'nltv precinct, for
the purpose ur voting ujmih ihe i( tlon uf the sn
am e ul new bunds liv said counts under the act of
lie- K 'l-lalure uf mlil siMle. eiil(iei ' Aii ll( r,.)t.
lug lo luuulv mid city debt, and to provide lor the
payment thereof by taxation, lu uch counties anil
cille, approveil February Pith, lilfi. and lo amend
lie- tille thereof." approved and in force April iT,
Ih'.iI. mnl sell said new bond lo ruise mom-v to pur
chase or retire oiittainlii.' boiid of said co'univ. a
specified in ald order, which new bund', shall' eou
st of tw o hundred and ten bouds. ouiiilii r. il 1 in
gin. u the di iioitiliuii ion of 1'iiioeMch: and one hate
ibed mid tllty bonil. numbered 'ill to :!. of the ile.
nomluiitloii of f'tl each, milking a total ul three
hundred and sixiy bond, of the eggn-gaie miiunnt
Ol l Vi'tH. being iiboiil .vi iM.r ci'lltUIII of the um
total of h 1 1 theoiitstuniling l.nnd inoposcil tn he re
tired, nil of nld new bond to henr lti I - Juiv 1. ls;s,
hiii'. iliiiw iiiterei ut the rate ol six per ceiii in r an
liiiin Irom dale until paid, both principal and iuler
e-t to lie payable at the Klin National bank ol New
York, ill thecity and stale of New York. In selni
iitiiiunl lustalluieiit. im the tlrt dins uf .lanuarv
and duly of each year, nflcr date of aid lio.id. uud
running tiimug'i a perioii of nineteen ami u
Eight eml iinniitil lii.iallineiii ofS per cent of
the lace uf sulil liutid for and during ihe tlrt four
year, tin eijiial eetul auiiuiil Installments uf r per
cent nl Ihe lin e uf uld bond lor and during the
in-vt til'lceii year: mid one 11 mil Installment of the
remainder nl principal uud interest uf said bunds.
and pnyabl ly upmi tircscntailon ami iirieiid"r
ol'sneli cull puns; and said bnmls to be also surren
dered mill discharged upon the pnvineiil of said
coupon lor filial Installment.
The proceed uf sale of which aald fllj.ri"l new
bonds io be expended under the direction of the
proper ainhorltle of ald cuunly. In the iiurchae ur
retiring of ecli and all of said 'uutlmidiug bunds,
and for no oilier purpose w halever A I w hlch said
special election there Will lie sllblllltled lo llie legal
voter of said county. Ihe uld iiiesilnti uf Issuing
the aald new buiid". 'under the said act approved
ami lu force April i,, Im; T. in maimer and form and
for the purpose nlore-.ilil ; nil ballot east at h ilil
special elecllon 111 favor uf Ihe said iiietloli ilhlttll
led us ului'oalil. shall read. "For Issuing Ihe
bond." and nil ballot cal iignlief said ipiesliun
shall read. "Agullisl issuing Ihe bunds." Pull at
lllll election W III be oliell lit Ihe hour of K o'clock
III the morning ol'uld day of election mnl nnilinne
open iinill the iiuiir ofV o clock In tint nlterniion of
the same ilav. w lieu Ihey w ill be closed.
SAM I F.I. J. IIIMM.
' uu nly Clerk of said Alexander County, Ills.
. ('.Vllio, lll.,.llllieS, IH'.S,
iiien, os ol vitality, premature weakness enerva
tion ol mlml and body, disorder of the bruin and
nervum yictn. and mlerlea resulting therefrom,
speedily cured by DATES' SPECIFIC. Prepared
by an I'lnlln nl phvalcluni $1 a euse, i lor $.1: sold hv
druggli. Fur circular wllh full particulars ail
drt UK. DATElr, MX Stale alreel, Cklcugu, III.
Eioirni Sthkkt, (in Riser's Bui:.;inc)
I.MPI.OYS only (lrst-clas woikmen. and endcav
J in lo Hceord lu nil cunrteoua trealinent.
HOOT AM) SlloF. MAKERS.
, . FASHIONABLE
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercial Avenue, let. I
Sixth and Seventh n. (
rp.VkhS pleamre In annoiiuclngto hi pirnu and
1 (lie public generally that helms rei enllv re elteii
the llnest and iim-t select utiM'k of Leutheria of erery
descrlpllon ever liruiighl tu tills cllv. All work iu
hi line executed promptly and in the best wanner.
Entire nuifaciloii glveu In every Instance. Pricta
reasonable, A cardial Invilallou' exteinled to ail tu
cull ami i .vanillic gmid and h am prices,
KYEINfi AM) REXoVATIM;.
yol'R OLD CLOTHES
CAN BK llEAI Tin U.V
dvi:d ok ki:paikkd
At a Trillins Kxpi ne-C. 0. I).
CHAS. SHKI.LKY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
1 1 Ladiea and dciils' i,d hut made (jew.
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voundeiitlul. Reliable Femalv Pilla a buX.
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