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TUT: DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKXINTi. ALT.rsT '., 1S78.
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Cairo llu'ili-tin. Calm. Uliuuit.
JSO. II. OUEULY. Oencml Vauajvr
OFFimi, I'AI'KIt OF THF. CITY AM COlXTY,
Only Mornin? Daily in Southern Illinois.
Thou. Xally, KtUtcc.
yon tii r. tiikisikch.
EDWAKI) L. Cliu.NKUlTE, of Mrplion-on.
Mil nrHKIllSTEXnrST OP Villi K- ISSTHCCTloS.
MA Ml' ELM. KTTElt. of McLean.
roR ouiiK or the MTntm: nu uT, wiithkkn umso
JACOB O. CHANCE, of-Marion.
fliB CUKK of THE AlTtLLATE nll:T, mniltllN'
JOHN l. HA I'M AN. of A!. nadir,
roll cnsuHKM.-EKiiitKr.NTH i-oNi.iiE-.ioNAi. uit::ict
YV. J. ALLEN, ol Jackou
roR HLri;icniNTiTlvE nrriETll hixatoiual m
TIlliT. T. W. IIAM.ltlAY. of Al.-xaml.-r.
T. T. liOlilNX'N. of Jack. .Hi.
HUN. 1). T. LINEiiAK
ill adilrwi. the people a!
Lokw.Kd f tiro.e. J'-o!J coui.it. Saturday.
t.rnuil Cbaln. I'alhki couuiy. TLnr-Jay. Aus
liilrfe l'ark. Aieiamlcr coaut;. , fridu;. AU.
Vicuna. Salrday. "J-
HON. WILLI AM J ALLEN.
Itcmw't!ic iioniiiov rr Cotiur-r. will ."ix-ak lo the
pt-nplrat tin- fo'lowliitf I'lac
Cami Cf. k Chur.li. J.n. '."'!) County. Tuuri'day
i ifhi. Auei't
Av. Jaikwii CitiiMv. Krl.luv Bijrht. t.
He Soto. Jackson Coiilitv. Satunluy u!;t:. .ul'.
l",liu. I'lilufkl I'oi'.ii'.y. Wc.iii.'.day. Ar-.v
M .uiid City. 1'aiafi.i I'ouuty. W.-.luvday liijht.
rauil Chain. Puli-.-kt r. unity. Thur-.lay Aui;. St'.
I'o - Vark. A'i'Xiiii'l. r "iinty. Friday. Antf. .
V.ci u-f'f i !ioo, himc. Al.xaiider Count;. Sal
i.r '. ;v atterniHiH. Aioj. 31.
y'l-trajie Clranl. a'i. A!i amli r cnuiily. Sutur
(I i !V(M. Ail.'
'n., oiida. 1'i'iic c.miily. Kriilay. i m iuIct. B
Clay Miu.-i". I'lipi! ci'iiity. Saturday. scpteniluT T.
HON. E. I! WATKINS
vill addrcs-thu peoide at tin- follow ini: times and
MiClure's fhool-hOtie. Alexander county. Sat
urday afternoon, Aiii,'ti-t :il.
Jlast Cape (ilrardeau. S.iturlay ni'.'ht. Atiiist :n,
HON. V M. IIAUT.KI.I. AN P ml.. K. It.
fAill address the pecede at th" follow li..- times and
-Metropolis, Massac county. Tlmr-day. Aul'.
New Columbltt. Mas-nc enmity. Krl.lny. Ani. :(0.
VUnua, Jackson eoiiuty. Siturday, A in;. 31.
HON. V. V.. AI.I'.lilt.llT
Kill atMrrsa the people ut the loilowli,i: times and
le.-kard'o (iro.e. Ciiloii . miuty. Saturday, t!t
VUiu, 1'ulaski o.i.ny. W.-dn. -d iy, An-.
MH .Ii'lIN II. nllKIII.Y
111 ajilren the people at the Inllowii.,' times find
J esday evenint'. Ai;'U-t -.'i.
Manou, Wi.!i.iin-ou . ountv, Salurdav, Septeiuber
'arioinliile..la'k-oii c uinty. Moirilay.S. iteinlier !i.
Unljiiiiin, Perry onni.y. Tue-day, Sepl.-iiiln r in.
CUiwter, Itiiiilolpli e.niiiiv. Tnursday. September
By urdt r of "ie Coi..'r.--i.inal ( '.mini itt e,..
lilflist Id Ks.
The omissiu.i ,,f the hoard of health pro.
cocdings of y,-t. I'day fnun oiu' coIuuiik
this inoi iiin'g, is due la - reqii t of the
Iviard of heahh olVn i ils to withhold their
Kkaiinkv and T!ioui'i mv great men, l,o.
-time the'r iipiuU soinetimes run in the
Mime (iioiuc l. Kearniy stole bodily his
"Wlliti-plnmid Navmiv of debute." t'l till
Tom l'i'.ih i f Niviolu, while '1 1 1 ii. i s
sliitlltlv I'l.raplllaseslligeiHillwhui he talks
of "tearing from the face of Democracy the
ina k of i-easiiii."
Till. Ill l.l.l.'l IN Cxposlll'e of tl,,. lte,h.
lieiMl National lie libnul Judge Allen's till
Jiahl taxes has had tic clle, t ,,f sil, ,,.,,,
J.istiada. crs. The Radical papers through.
nil the district dale Hot publish it, forth, y
Jvtiovvthat any attempt answer it Would
rover thnn with haiuc-
Juivo any left in theireniiipositiobs,
It is a tine commentary ,, ,, vv;w,,m
of Illinois hivv-makers, that In the enact,
in-lit of quarantine regulations, uud in the
enumeration of th" powers eonferred on t,
tsbit-j bo.ud of health, there Is nowhere tu
lie found a penalty for refusing to obey
these particular laws. Of course they he
ctiue woitiilcs ami iiii'lTcctual just the nin
ineiit a dissmition is shown to resist their
Wt hope eur Is.ard of health will hud
Dr. IU ich to plainly uiidcrstainJ tliat If he
wishes us to quarantine for the benefit of
t'io state, the gtnt must pay tor it. About
this there shoul.l he no dill'ercnee of opin
imi. The purpose nf hi patronizing dis
patches Hinl his palaver Ik lore the lourd lire
too transparent to longer deceive, lie
wants to use the tiddler, lint declines to pay
his share for the music.
JriKiK Hakeu will ri'sin thti ("nvuit
Juilgi'slnp in a few days ami (Sov. Cnlloni
will, it is helieve.i, till the va am y in time
to permit the new inemnWnt to open
eourt lu re next month. TheAppt lhite Jiul.e
ship will he tilletl hy the supreme eourt in
Oetolier nt Ottiiwn. Speculation is still
rife iimoner lawyers as to who will sueiei il
Jmltre Baker, but the drift of opinion nar
rows it down to Harker, nf Johnson, Brown,
of Puhteki, and Met'art n.y. of .M:isae, with
the chanees in favor of tin' gi ntleiuan from
Mu. H. T. LiNEC.AH delivered un exeee.l
injjly ul'le H.itieal address in Turner Hall
last iiijiht. It wasi xliaiii-tive. Thn'Uu'h it
ran n fine vein of patriotism, lie reviewed
the histories of the two great organizations
now appealing to the citizen for hi suffrage,
and thoroughly ilietisse.l theflnaueial issues.
His treatment of the laW troubles of the
country was strung, original in niantier, and
indicated intieh thouglit and study.
The Bn.i.ETix will at un early day have
the pleasure of lay ing the speech in extendi
K'fore its readers.
Dipite contradictions many U-lieve that
Attorney Gvneral Dcvciis will ipiit the Cab
inet, not because of dissatisfaction with the
Administration, but because he prefers a dif
ferent kind of life. It is said he would like
to fill the va.'.ilii y caused by the death of
that upright Judge, Ether Sheplcy, of the
Circuit Court of the I'nit-d Slates.
Many worst selections eotiM be made.
The' retirement of Mr. Pevens would give
Mr. Hayes an opportunity to fill the measure
of his own unpopularity by nuking Stanley
Mathews Attorney (b tieral. and it is likely
he would make the npiintment.
Wh.i. Cnpt. Thoinus to-night, after he
Ig 'ts tliro'ligh "t'-aring fr i:u the t.iee ot
DelniKTacy the mask of treason." l.Mswer
tin s:' questions: Is hj i'j f.iv.rof th" sub
stitution of greenbacks for National bank
notes.' Is he in favor of tlr repeal of the
resumption act? Is h" in favor of paving
the tive-twentv boil l. in greeiihaeksf No
j dodging, captain. The jieople are anxious
to haw: you deti.no your individual views on
these (notions. They will be better able
then to judge of your position and that of
your party. All Uciuocrats shoiihl turn out
to hear him. It will c infirm them in their
It is when a Republican orator attempts
to answer one of the campaign speeches of
tine. Hendricks he thinks it is the easiest
thing imaginable, hut before he gets
through he is as thoroughly convinced as
his hearers are that he didn't know what he
lniil ntteinntoil. The ( iovi i nin-V sii.....i.. i
this campaign are full of sound sense, are
judicious, and must have a great elf-ct.
same inn v be said of Thllrini
ill s in
Ohio, though he is perhaps more elf dive
in the Senate than on the slump. There arc
indications that tin- liltoiu is dropping out j
ofKepiibiieanisiii in Indiana and Ohio. j
Th at was a strong expression of General
Butler, when some one complained that
Kearney's speeches were coarse and violent,
"would you have the man" said the General
"groan in melody.'' General Butler appre
ciates the condition to which bad and ex
travagant government has brought the poor
of Massachusetts, He sees, as any one mav
see, that a few years more of high luxation,
depressed business, protection to monopo
lies, investment of the people' money in
costly, impracticable and unproductive
works, and class legislation, will make it
impossible for poor nu n to live in the old
"Commonwealth" except inside of her poor
houses. He demands in aduiat c that they
shall not be compelled to "groan ill inelody."
Fully us unreasonable things are demanded
ofthelu to-diiv. mid it is this that makes tin
. , i . .. ! ,i ii. , 1
people crowd 'iiound a course and Inula!
man like K 'uruoy, Any prohiis.yioiiinttcr
how vague or unintelligible, is better to them
than the cold certainly of starvation.
Tin. Chicago Times of the 2lith says:
The yellow fever scare at Calm nint limes una
baled, all hunch lio i aes huve yel iipioiired there.
There is no yellow fever scare 111 Cairo,
nor has there been except iii the minds of
a few ollicials who have been swelled with
tin: importance of iH.r positions uniliinagiue
they sec Bronze John lurking in every ib
jit -animate and Inanimate. N,i case of
yellow fever ever original 'd in Cairo,
mid althnngli (luring thirty-five
yearn and over many chhi'm have
been put nil' hi n. tin
disi use never
assunied tin) form of contaojiijii, The older
iili.ens have ah-nlntn fuit , ()Ur pueuliur
a uiospheric eonditinis, li'lieving tiiey are
iHiiiviirabli'lu the spread of fever malarial or
otherwise. Although a contrary impression
prevails, there is no city on th" continent
of its i.e where tln re is less sickness from
f'.'Vyr. 0,ir vital MiUistlcH j,rvt. this be-
yo:id all doubt. We also stand ready
t prove that thero nro few healthier
localities an) where than the spot selected
by Pickens to slander the people of a whole
Vf. have received the following:
Cahui. Il ' ., August Hi, 1ST8.
EniTitit 1U i l, t:i. W Itnl iloen Si'iiatoi' 'riiiiiuiuu
in. au In his speech where he says this:
" The i;iiural rule l thai a pel sou put interest
ttpou w hat li) imca: but ill the t aseof n bank Hole
lUic rnl.i i ref.Ts.ul. The l ote Is a debt due by tin1
bank. but. instead of paylm; Interest upon II. the
bank Is nnlliiiriz. il lo loan It ns money, and take
iiiln.st upon the loan. It thus enjoys a prlviby
llial no one el-.' euo-. It draws iiii.rel lll'Oll Its
own iiidilili ilness. and this pr.ilei:eot tlu.(.ioiiii)
banks brliiir- them an immial In.oin.' ., irol.Mh!y
tweniv mill, oils of dollars." Hi ADER
He means just this: A party wishes
to go into the national banking business.
If he wishes to isue ninety thousand dol
lars of his individual notes to bank on, he
purchases $100,000 in Umds and deposits it
with the government as security for the re
demption of his notes. The lnds he buys
are exempt from taxation. They represent
his indebtedness, and yet it is a debt upon
which he draws six percent, interest in gold.
It is plain to be seen that in addition to
this six percent, interest which he derives
from the board, he also has the Use of f.iu,
OoO circulation which the lioiids guarantee.
This enables him to transact a banking bus
iness, and he loans this :i0,000 out at rates
ringing from 8 per cent, annually to Pa
percent, a month in some instances. It is
thus seen that the National banks, ns Sena
tor Thurman succinctly states, enjoy
special privileges pri ileg-s that no cui"
else enjoys. They draw interest upon their
own indebtedness, and this privilege brings
them, in ollicial figures, twenty-one million
dollars. On this subject the Democratic
party of this state, in its platform, dcclap-s
in its eighth plank that
It Is the eselii-ivc prerenal I v..' of the I'lMP d S'a'i -to
issue all bills to circulate as inonev. b:mI a ri.'lil
which oiil-1i! not to be cxcrci-cd 1 v u:;y slate, or cor-
And in the tenth plank demands:
The Ujtioml bank not -s should be retired,
and in-tead ofthein sliould i.- Issued by the g
eminent au equal amount of trei.tury notes.
The Republicans in their platform have
shirked this issti". The cowardiy policy
which seems to have posvssod that poly
of late years exhibited itself at Springfield,
and the leaders of the party contented
themselves with dealing ' i geiieralt'e s on
the financial .uestion. ne of the planks
relating to finance defends the ni a-uros. of
the H-'piibliean parly in congress cn the
finances, and of course it includes the
laws creating and perpetuating the Nation
al It ink monopoly. In no Repub
lican platform will be found
a word against the privileged
batiks, or a protest against a continuance of
w hat is nothing short of the robbery of the
tax-payers of this country of f.' I .IHIO.O' 10 ali
nually. The Democratic parly Remands that j
the national bank currency that costs the pen- j
pie the above sum in interest shall be re- I
placed by greenbacks upon which there is
no interest. The Democratic party goes to !
the people with a clean record on this, a I
on every other financial measure which ha- j
originated in congress since in 1 sip
financial measure of the H publican party,
which time h is developed into a fraud and
i a wrong was oppos'il at its inception by the
Democratic party, and the records will show
it. Tun following dispatch was received by
Mavor Winter last night:
"('ioiiIiiii.' iiuanintlae. Il Is not alone n saiiltin..
mi es-itv. bui one of rnminerciiil economy Will tu-
with you ii".iiu In a lew day-. Y"U hiiv" e-caped
belter lliiin any other place iit'ilie .ame .-xpo-ure.
.PUIS II. It.M'i II."
No one here has s"iiouslv thought of
abandoning our quarantine. It is ivcog
oe,.,1 us,, sound s'luitio'e nie'isiire mid will 1
becontitiued so long as the necessity for it !
exists, lint (piarantine should not be neces
sarily a blockade, and it was heroin that
our board of health made a
mistake, (inarantino regulations that will
prohibit the landing of boats from the in
fected districts for a certain lime a time
that will allow for the incubation and do
Vclopmeiit of the disease- and a rigid in
spection of all boats, no matter from what
direction, and of trains from the south of
us, will answer every purpose of protection
that a blockade could give, without its vex-
that a blockade could give, without its vex
ntions, its partialities, and its admit-
ted illegality, We think it safe to say that
our board of health will give us such quar
antine regulations, In common with
it and the city council the
people of this city have be 'ii disposed to
extend every courtesy to Dr. Ranch, repp'
sentill" here the state board ot health,
Hi, advice has always been listened to and
his suggestions often adopted.
quarantine matter he represents the state,
and except through the courtesy we have,
mentioned, was not entitled to even a voice
in our local board of health. But he ha-
vised the privilege extjinled to
hini for the interests of the
state, Chicago and other cities have be-
I coiiuj alarined and seek protection against
the invasion of the scourge at our hands
and at our expense, and thanks to the
cllbrts of Dr. Raueh they have received it.
Wo do not know what that ln-iilletiiiin'
view on "comnierciul economy" may Im',
but submit that It In not unfair to character
ize, tliuiu as peculiar, when he urge us to
isolate oisrselv iV'Hii the w. rhl tliat Chi
cago and other cities in the state whie!i suf
fer little in dollars mid ceils may be ren
dered sal"' rem disease at the expense of
somebody else. The following dispatch,
seut from Chicago on il.o K:h int., shows
how the Chicago millionth f.-l n'mtit the
ciii.-ai.o. Aiik-.i-t i:. is.- J. H. . ii. M. ) .
I'n'sld. 1 1 Slate llimnl of llcailli. can- llorni'e Wir.d
d. r. M P.. Ill C.iti.un r. lal an line. Cairo: Tliiiik of
ciothin.'ol man dead ofyellnw fiver in Ni HiVniis
roci hi'd here .ve-ti'i'day. I hae il. situycd It. Two
i ..... ,,f 1,
boat from llmal.a. Infected Willi yellow freer, now
en route .iter Illinois Central. 'iislea:vd to Chlcaito
I have ordered them lai k llfteen miles. Party of
Italians, with their bae-:,,-e. reached South Male
sire, t from New Orleans, tin Illinois Ccntial, lust
bight. 1' I! possible foryo'.i to pr. ven' Ur
Osi All i'. PR Wol.r.
i i'iiitiiisslouer ol Health.
We have been iUar.intining through
north-bound trains nf the cxpcii.f of this
city for the protection of the state. These
trains, freight and passenger, could have
been transferred to this side and sent North
without danger to us. But tins was pro
hibited in the interest of mil for the
protection of the slate. When the state
was asked, through Ir. Ranch, to con
tribute to the payment of the expense of
maintaining the quarantine it went down
into its piKki t and gave altogether the sum
of $o.i, whell the CXp 'Use to this city
has been double that amount every day of
the quarantine. The boird of health
owe it to thcllis Ives and to the people to
see to it that Hi. Raileli Uses e. no longer to
pull his chestnuts out of the fire If the
state board of health wants a blockade
maintained or even a rigid quarantine let
it pay for it. and no long-r saddle the . x-p.-iise
of it upon a suiai! community illy
able to atl'oid it. We want no li-soj.s in
'Vonimereial (con, nay" from l'r. Ranch, or
from Chicago. What we .1 want is U.ek
bone and d judgment in our Uiard of
health. I.' t iheni proceed, keeping tl e
interests of Cairo only b-1'..r.' their eyes.
Ir. Ranch represi nts t!i state oiiisid' of
Cairo, and let him look ! its intousis.
The b'urd should m ; this morning and
settle this m.,t:. r once for nil, aa l, having
marked out a policy stii k to it.
TlIK resolution oft!." I Mum tatlc st.,;e
I convention ih eiaiing in t..vor nt the repeal
of th" ac s of enngr-- aulhori.ing th" re
moval of causes I'roni tie' state court- is one
of gr "at importance, to the people and should
nsi.'eive their cp.di.l i.r.d thoughtful att' t.
tion. So much wrong has been done undi r
these lots ii' congress th.it it has claimed
the attention of the Democratic conventions
of Indiana. Illinois and Missouri aral it'thi-e
laws are not repealed or gr :.: y modified it
t ill in the next presidential campaign claim
liUl.u,-u , ,,f t. n;ition. Taking away
,' 0m t)l(. ),.,), ,r:l eoiirl- the ,owcr to lake
,..,,(, (,U( ,,f th,. state court.- i. in no
t:,k intr away from the federal c cuts a juris-
.i;,.,),,,, ,,.lt rj..f,tfi:l:y belongs to tin tu. It !
is ,...,. ., j, ,.., ,,, ., r,atio:iai mat!, r. !
Tji. ,,,.(1jIir ,,u ,,fihe Kederal Courts is
arming, an 1 . t'.r.-at aiii g iiglit' "f the j
!. V. Totva.hend. ill liln f
i '.'I. 're-s to, m III- l'.ltll Co'lgre-S.onal il -
t:-;--t i f initio'-. intr.Miii-i d into the pp nt
eolieress a bill to repeal th.- laws. It
! w-'itt to th" judiciary ci uiii.it t. o f the
: linns'. The judiciary committee reported a
I bill sitnplv lillleii. ling the laws, Mr. Toe.!. -
I -hi-ini I, loved to amend bv silhsti":t;!:g hi-
t ii 1 1 repealing the laws, and pendin
aile II si"eeh
Voter ill ill"
hat -ho'lhl j
tat ' and if :
1 1" read by i v. ry
have not alreaiiv
( olnuiltti e
loll ' so We Wollid like to
suggest that tll-l'e is some eseelleul
paign matter in this s,,,ch. We r.gict
that Wi' have not space tor the lull speech
and can only give extinct. Speaking to
his amendment Mr. Tovvashead said:
"This law of removal is iin-Aiui'iiean in
its tendencies. It is stealthily inlioibicing
beneath the foundation of our present con
constitutional form of Government a lever
by which the advocates of centralization
mav overturn ami revolutionize the gov-
i eminent ot Washington. ,1. llerson. iiml
Madison, and in licit thereof establish the
government which Hamilton and John
Adams sought to fashion for us.
That law has already nearly demolished
the independence of the stale judiciary
and threatens to destroy their very exis
It disturbs the eonstilulinniil bub
il'the (loeoi'iiineiif. and InaV brill' on
- T .- n
a contlict betvv 11 the slate and federal
i judicial power which will tax the patience!
- . . 1
ol the people unit IllU Wisdom ol the alilest
statesmen to the utmost in order to save the
, , , , .. , i
country ll'olll Vloleliceand Civil war, II has
indicted much inconvenience ami great ex-
: pense upon the people often defeating the
, rrU of justice by praetietilly placing it
J beyond the reach of the weak and Ihe poor,
i It ha inundated the federal cotirls with a
flood of cases far beynnd their capuciiy ti
adjudicate. It has heavily increased tin
burden of tax.ilion in a period of direful
distress. II'I have correctly sfatcdlhe elfeef
' oflhe IllwAiil) liny ciiliscientiolis and inlelli-
- cent renreseiitnl ive of the neolile liesllafe fo
I 1 11
, , ,, , ,
Vote tor Its repeal i Illlll sensible ol the.
fact that we should approach the discussion
of questions atVjetinjr the judiciary system
entirely free from s' l tional and partisan bi
as, and ahould fully realize that we are tie
chosen rereseiituiives and lawmakers for
the whole I'nion; that our eti.ictin "its :ue
toclhct th' peace and Welfare of e V " I y h .
cality and every class under our flag. If
we iiresol, ui!y impri ssiil with this lespiin
ability, W" are prepared to take into con
sideration with coolness and deliberation
questions which may produce the greatest
good to the greatest number. The past ie
vials to lis that he who advocates most ef
fectively maintenance of the constitutional
balance of our government, preserving the
energies of each branch, does in tic: largest
degree promote liberty, oidor all p,.,,,.,..
am us ready as any one to concede mid de
fend the rightful and constitutional p.iwcis
of the federal courts, and do revneuti illy
bow to all their decisions whenever tln-v
d. s rvc homage, and I entertain high ad
miraiton for the great minds who have illu
minated the federal judiciary. When act
ing in its rightful sphere, none shall be per
mitted to yi"Id more willing reverence for
its .! t rees or be a inure .ealoiif friend of its
legitimate authority than myself. The
Federal government is supported by three
independent pillars: the legislative, ex
ecutive aniljudieia!. If either be ruthless
ly thrown down, the grind fabric will fall.
Whiie resting on its proper basis each sup
ports the other and renders the whole
.strong enough to resist anv as-au!t."
THE (iol.DEN Hl'l.ll.
From the Loiiissllle CourlerJuimial of Tuesday.
The steamer Golden Riji", which has
been for th" past three iluvs repotted on
the way up t'l 1 liver b tv, ee:i ( '.lir.i and
E'lii-t illi u ith a large number of M-lhcv
f vi case- o: aid. ailiv I at t!i foot of
F' 'Utlli -T t at :: o'cl.-k y t iday at't.-r-iiooji.
M ,yor J ii ol, and Dr. !.! . 1 I, laided
t'- v.'.s. ! im can il anil fniad It tlcir
-i.'pr.s' tl at t'e I- w-te t!.i e i,e li j.r-.s.
tlate.j with iii?.-rmitt at f v i, w ith tiot a
.as- of y ;, v I ol. hoar i.
.UT!( Il AT I.AT."
I'ndir this caption the .b.uriia! of this
c'ty pul."'sh' n p'ayful ed'torial from Tin.
C.MIto Hi l l. Kl IN upon th" editor of t: i-
I papei. V s-,
drawn fnun t!i s i
the inference to be
it the .lnitril.il coll. l a-
j tiy hate at l is) h;id j.lstice done theln I V a
i. n.ocratie I ;i;ie. I ,i;t the tax pa.Ves ,,f
j Illli ."i-, to w hom this company -land ju!!y
J ind. i'te I at least a hundred :iio.i.a:id' .i'.l
I. U-. i I not ;., eejit it until 'ie y h.ii m id
, a r s'it :'lo:i i f th- inou y j;nr:i--t---l from
I th s'a'c tre.isureiy, or .iifptr the penalty !'
j t!i law like i tle-r thieve..
' 1 EA'il'E -STRICKEN l' 'ItTKli S CRFW
I DYING tir'F.
; '"p i .' i" :': C't. Ir.'imti l omtn real ;
j i tl.l.!pi,l.l. II. Aug. -111.- The Iilot,. II
arm of tie- .k k shaft of the ili-fib d
s! an, r Jo.'iti l'..:t.rwas . paired Sunday
at the nrieldne -hop oflinus Hill ,- Co.,
they w .ii,ing a'l day for that purpose, Lut
tin- terror-stricken ngi.-v-ers vefusi-d to take
the boat out, and she has laid at lo r I ) i- r
ing, a'.oiit a miie below town, until this
aft' I'll. K,n. wle n the hoard of health otl'ii eis
c i ii pel ;ed her to drop do w n below the b nd.
dwelt throe m:ii s lv..iu town, a,i I -taiioii. d
i siring guard over !e r 1 i r.-M nt any one
e.r. ing tie- I, Mt.
Char', s ) g. I:,. .m.. rc'it; i of I' tt'i.ii'g.
lied la t Iiigiif, al;. W'l.i. Iv. he r. I ' a
out. of I'ouier'A, ded tils I. mil, ing
I'll, re ar.' t u ( as, . o:i ho.,1 1. thh-e f v. !i;. h
ire verv bid and wi'l hard'v live tl.to igh
i the night. Ann l:g tl. sick is r.:pt Jo! u
i e . i ........ .i
PKllV-'hy vvi!i men sued,.' cotiru..!!
tub, urn w hen they can buy Milo'Hg ll..'s
"Seal of North ( apeina" at same pi ice :
OlllltN IM I. No. g I.
a v ohms a v. I' l'l. a l ; I s o I ' 'l T a K I-. i iv., i r .1"
XI A II" Mi- r VII . X II M : lie. "Ill -' M
IX,, Hie. e- oK 1 UK un . r I '.ll.i IS l'l 1,-1 A '.. r i.
AX IIM'MI.X II, I I, lis THE .a 1,1 l,Al ill N
M ie I.-.I.. ciab
fin 'o i e, r i i : . I
,1,1!- ate: lo a
r :lll :e t , ..!i'! 1 ' ah lo I lo line l.ti
Hi a. I L .:,OI . to c.io.Ti illel .'.
l,v l,.ll- o l(,e pa . Mi 1.1 I I. er. of to
oUI.'i' It'll !'! lil,',.e,l I I
: i: i" i ..; . lit..- tie f .a.
la,0!t,l, li, -ie I,
nppoo.'ii ale. :u !ni A i, . Is, ,: iii,,. la ai-a
. Isll : to,
il'l, C Ol ill, l.e.Ollliee M.l.ti'll "III! elitlt lit," e tin
I vallli.' tor Hi t . . ' , i . ! . . , t ,i -pi . ,.n oa-el'.,,, un. I sal,
'''""' I Ini-sioll little lp, !', in ,; I--II lie Poll.';- Ill iter ttie
in I llHTi'iii n.iiii' il ' h.'pn'o I .III','' Mb. l-'.s. ii
rpiiail iii I i Ol v. us l.i al ill - ild i ilv ot I ,ii:o uti
lie J'.tll ibiv ol .1 U" '. V 11 I-.-.illilii:'lillL' lol a
i'V',,1 Volet- ill -: -1 f v '1,, ipi.-UoM of is-!Ie ,','
In ihils i,- her. i ie.fl' i p 1 1 v i : nail w lu i t- at ,. n
l'l i I'll Oil II 11,, ol -.l III I l.e .it, s I ,-( w i-t. I,.r l--.oiig
lie ,!:, I- . 01 till oelil. oi. M iiti'l l..u-ll..it! ' r iil-o
snciiii il. No'... lie ifui" iii jaii-n iliee ol Hi" oiei
in I iiml vole aiitliin .ii, j it,.- -.aii,j iii botnl-.
lie il ot'laitieil .y He , it- i null ol tin- Civ ol
SfSnox I, Tlim tl lo! r un, la ,i;r"llaln ' ol the
a, I hi, 'I vole itori .n il, lie ie -: : i , I I., i.-u , bv said
e 1 1 v '1 xx 1 1 o lot r.-.t a ii'i s. eiiu 'I hou-.ihil p'.il'ur
of ll' W holnl- W li'i'li p. , p ,!,. . l,.1: i , ,,i,.,.' ,,
I i i botiil-. mi in I,, i en in I ;.i. , ,e' ib'ii'iiiiliiiiiioa
ol nni each, '.' ti a. mu. numb, i,-, Ml i., aiii. el Hie
ileiioaiiiiiii ioti ol :j 1 1 e i, I, . jii Pole,- i in Ii. ! il :', il
to , Mu. ol Hie ,, iiutiilii ni, n ni' tl neb: iiml "ti
bonds Ii 11 In In -r. II .Ml la ', I", ill tin' ileiiuiii'iinlioti of
$.'lll I'.ll II. IMilklnX .1 tol-ll of! 10 bolel". Ill till'!!'.'!'!'.
ini" iiiii.niiii ol - .;n,i,, i p. h. i,,iit : p,., eeiaiim
ol 1 In- -HIM lol.il of uli Hi,, nill-liiiiili-i.- Pillills pro
po-i .1 tu I,.- ii i i. ,1 VU ol oiiil it, '.v bom I. lo bear
dale ol .li.lv I. Is;., aiol draw n,ie. -I ul I In- rain i I
six per ii-iipiiii i. r iitiiiinn Ironi .Int.- n ull uiti,
b-llll prill, -ip.il inel ltii'l"s lo In- pi v :i! il l!;e
Fir-i Niiiioiiiil ill, i, k ol N"w ink. In li e I In and
Slale ol New V oik. in -t ut i -it ii 1 1 : 1 iii-lnllmei I-. on
III-- 1-1 llll-.et .liililliila mill ,,y ul eueli V :ir. alter
ilM" or sucli ln-li, I- nail ruiinltii 'lii'oiiep a p. nii-l
oi Pi-, ilia., a- lo'mvv.. iii uli: l-.l "hi i-ei,il seinl-
lllllllHl ilisl.lillllelit- III pel I I'tll 1-1 till- ,. e ,,' ,U,
- l"'i bs im uml duiii," n,,-nrrt I .ve.ir-: in ciunl
I semi miliiiiil lh-lulllii, il-o a per ci-lll o I ie In ! o
I 'alii boniU for nail iliirlnellie In-M 1 v.-nr-: iintl
llnal ll.-l.illiiii'iit ill Hie i , -1 1 1 . i i 1 1 ( I , r ul' l, mi, Inn! uud
i Inlen-l id said bonds at Hie end ol -ni-l P.m. yens ;
tail Ii and all nl -nlil IiimIiiIIii,i,,i(m lo l. ev itl, i oil
'f coupons m l.e ol i .o-lo-il i id bonds, and pai
lOile only upon pieseiiiailuuaiid siirieinler ol' ui Ii
; coupons; ntnl smil blinds Iii bioilso surieiiileri'd and
ill. el. ,. .r... I no..., (.1 ..f ...l.l .... i, (..Plln-.l
I -i. The said bonds In said 11 r-1 seclloii
:i,iin-,,l,.,-, .,m be piopm- il In- m,,l pnnl- il under
' nlm. shall Hum ho sium-d hi the mavor ami
.... i i. ... i i... i, ..r .i.I . t .lit...-
1 Hie dilei (loll ul ill,' lllllllico ciilllllllll'-e o o l-ilv of
' i. ..-.a i a, it I..-I. .,r -.0,1 ,11,. ,i il ,.t ..(
said i lly allK'-d therein, aiol delivered nn-r to sal. I
SI lift IK c'eouililllll'l.,
SHiC. a Said Illume" ciinillllllee sliull reei lv iii.il
l ike chai'i.". of said boml". so -lu'iied, ex.-eniod and
ilollveied a- iiloie-alil. ami plaeellie -inne for life
keepliiir mid lor Hie pun lor w hich Issued uiih
snmi' i'esiMii-lble blinking lutli-o or Irllst eiiiunauy
w II bin Hie -late of I llliiol-. w Ith lull power ami nil
thorlty ton-,' ami deliver said boinl-us shall l'i-nii
lime to time be nl'd-roil In- said Hie. in c eoiiiiiiilt, e,
lor the iiunmsos siii'i lili'd In n ild otilliiaiii'i. ami
i.iiu'bouds of s.-iidcii.v. or liiiiieeiii, ...x. hmuc i.r
liniillii" ol such oiilsiaiulliut I I-.
"'-i ' ; - now 1 d". nor any ol thoin, nwr the
iii'ocoeds lliorool, shall not Ii" sold or Used lor any
i PuiPo-c ulinisocior oilier lloui lor lln-nnrelni"- or
..o,i. ..(..... .a r... o... t t. Mi.,,
I 'I, "I I ii, -.-einiuuv i, in, ii ,,i ,-,- n-n
h Is nl said i lly lis aforesaid.
A)'iroveii a ii un n i vol. mm,
IIKNKV VVI.NTEll. VuynrCPy nfl ulro.
J. II. PIHLLIH, City Chili.
P"I.MAVs MVKK PAIix.
ill 1 I
(Iii LfVt'i' and
MlY Is. IT .
The largest wholoab' n!:d retail ly
Goods and Clothing H"iie in this city;
lire receiving new Goods daily and un
oll'eringgi at bargains in tin-most l.ami-
some lines of CAIM'EIS. Oil, ( 1.0'fllS
ami M ATTINtiS; Silks, ( itsluneies. I,u
nttes, anil u gnat many other i;ew
sty ies of Dress Gnmis. Ktiiis, J-.ti . : in
Cu t in every department of their luisi
uess, tiny cordially invite the public
to call ami see their stock.
r I " III : CITY NATIONAL RANK.
t '; i c , 1 1 1 i ie .in.
OA PITA L.
W II VI. I IPAV. It.. , i
II I il.M I 1 1 x v . Va. .a, ;. c.
W .M.I ;.l: in s.i.p. . ,:,., r
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in xi. i .. ii .ao.v. i, i: ,i s , , .
, o i. i ion , t mu.
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Kxrlidiiec, Coin and Tinted States lloii'l-
pi'l'i-HT AND Sl 'LP.
In po-i' r. i eoe.l mu; a jrvi,, rul baasitii: I .-'u ss
i oioia, l.-ii.
LEXANDI.R Col'NTY BANK.
Coiiiinei'cial Avenue ami Eighili Sncct,
( Villi', ILLINOIS.
I-' I'.l.'"ss, l'r, -idei t.
P. N K I K. Vie" Pi. s.'l.-i.t.
II. U 1 1 1. s Cn. PI. i.
T. . hKllTII. A"'-fi!i: l a-lil r.
p Hrii-s. Cairo: Wl'.li .tn K'li'i'e. ''i.lr :
I V. r N. '1. ( airo; VV tlliien W oil'. I nir-i ,
i'. V (l.letloll. II I. IUi;iH"-ley. S'. I.ieil- ;
K. Iluib-r, i alio; !- V. ' ion, sun. ( a.eili.i.iii.
i lia-, (i l'iitler.
t ,MN Ell A I. IIVNMNi, P,s!Ni:ss JmNE. K-
a l ining'' -old and I l'IiI. Ititete-t imirf ii. II."
Snvliies peptirtini'lil. ' iiMeciiiiiis ininli.' and a. I
hii-iii' proiiipllv allelt'1! d to.
NTEl;i'RlsE SAVINGS BANK,
Chart, nil Man h Ul, limit.
OFFICL IX CITY NATIONAL I'-AXK,
1 NTI'lir.sTpiiid on depo-lt" March 1st nnd Sep
1 teiiiber l-t. Interest not wlitidruwu l lidded Im
mi'illiilely lo the principal of the tleiolts. thereby
KlVliiK tli'l'lll t'oHiioillid lliterest.
ItVCIillilri'iiiinil nmniiil women am) deposit
iimijcy iiml no one else ciui ilraw It.
WALTER HYSI.OP, Tur.AscitKii.
PYKINO AMI HKNOVATIXO.
yoLR OLD CLOTHES
CAN UK HKAlTirtn.l.V
DYKI) Oil KKPAIJsKD
At a Trltlliiir Expcnsf-C. 0. 1.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
If Ladlm ili) UeuU' old hull made bw.