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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 187S.
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OFFICIAL TAPEK OF THE CITY AXI COI XTY
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
Thos. X ally, Editor.
fOR OTATB Tllf AefBKR,
EDWARD L. CHOSKMTE, of Stephcneon.
fob gttrrHixTKKDFKT or rrauo isfmtucTioH,
SAMUEL M. ETTER, of McLean.
rtjB CLCR& OF TUK MFBIC COCRT, DOITIIEKN 6IUND
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marlon.
FOB CLIIIK OF TH ArTIlXATB COllITi eOlTHEKN
JOHN Q. HARMAN. of Alexander.
FOR 0ONGRER9-EIGI!TKEKTn COSUIIEWIONAt WKTBICT
W.'j. ALLEN, of Jackou.
FOB BEPBEHENTATIVEa riFTIETU (EKATUIIML DIS
TRICT. T. W. HAI.UDAY. of Alexander.
T. T. HOUIXSUS. of Jack.on.
Oolcouda, Poe county, Friday. September, t
Clay Mlnea, Popecouuty, Saturday, September".
ColombBf, Poie county, Monday September Uth
Azote Chnrch Urove, one and a half mllea back
tif Bay City. Tuesday. September lWh.
Vnlon School Hotie, Mac county, Wednea
duy. September 16th. at 1 o'clock.
Vnionville, Maac county, Wednesday, SepU'm
her 11th. at 1 o'clock.
Joppa, Macfac county, Friday, September 13th, at
Metropolis, Mawac county. Saturday, September
14ih. at 1 o'clock.
Sew Columbia, Maeiac county, Monday, Septem
ber ICtb, at 1 o'clock.
MR. OBERLY'S APPOINTMENTS,
The Democratic Conirviloual committee tempo
rarily withdraw the appolutments of Mr. John II.
Oherly. !n conaeqnence of fickneiiii and death Id
the family of that gentleman, and bl convequent
nec-eary abneucc from home with hl family. Ho
will pcak at Marlon. Carboudale. Du(uolu and
:be.ter In October HiH appolnttnenta at thofo
plucen already published will be tilled by lion D. T.
Liuctfar and other able Democratic pcakere.
WILLIAM II. GHEES,
Chairman Democratic CotiRrefi-iouul Com.
Memsk. Hahtzki.i,, Towucb ami Iuiogar
a.Mrt!-.'il tliu wiile of Jolmon county
ycstirday ut VU-niiti. Tlifst gcutlt'incu nru
doing excellent service in the cause of the
The Jonesboro Gazette mttkes the follow
ing excellent euj(g(tinn:
Kiatht here it would be well to announce that those
pot-Minn who gv up plc-nlcn and barbecues to catch
ntcklen by selllii iiiner bread and running gam
liliui; wliciU, have no rlht to announce that promi
nent political speakers will lio present, to draw the
crowd. Karbi-cuea of this kind have no pluce ut a
political spcaklii)!. We trust Unit the Democratic
committee will make all appointments In the future
To whom it may concern : AVu make the
prediction that Judge Allen will carry John
'in county in XovOmlier, iind that Davis
will heat Thomas one hundred votes there.
AVe know there nnwt be an extraordinary
revolution in the political sentiment of the
pe'iple to bring about this result. 15ut then
Johns in county is noted among those famil
iar with the politics of the state for its
rapid and extreme changes in this respect.
In 1830 there were but three Republicans
in the county. At one time during the war
the Democrats could muster but twelve
votes. The Republic 'iins have bad almost
uninterrupted control of the county for
fifteen years. Latterly the Democrats Imve
lieen making inroads on their majorities,
while the National movement, which lias
,'f.inecl a itrong foothold there, has utterly
annihilated the Republican strength. The
contest in Johnson county 1ms been liar
rowed down to Allen and Davis. Thomas
lias been distanced before the re.il hard
work of the race has fairly begun.
Jl'DotO. A. llAUKKlt, lately appointed lo
the bench of this circuit in place of Judge. I).
J. linker, proinoU'dtothesuireme bench, will
open court in this city to-morrow, and Hl'ter
disposing of the criminal business adjourn
till October next or maybe term in course.
The adjournment will, mid, r tin- eircum
Ktiinces, meet the approval of everybody,
the laymen as well as the lawyers. u
Imve no doubt our new judge will win Hie
good opinion of all our citizens. j9 j
every way worthy of the good opinio f
tlio public, lie will endure the Je(I'i:N,,.
jan test. He is capable; ho is honest.
lo was lorn in Indiana, December 11.
1845; graduated ut Mck'endreo college,
Lebanon, Illinois, in 1800; studied law with
Judgo Geo. A. Ilickncll, then professor of
law in the Indiana University; was called
to tho bar in lbttS, and commenced the
prnetico of law in Vienna, Johnson county,
in 1800. lie has a line legal mind, ami will,
we have n doubt, cum a high reputation
as a judgo even in tho short tiino he will
occupy the bench.
The Arjtus-Journul says:
Tbla Friday morning the cull fur tuo convention
appears for the first lime, In Tub Daily Hi u.r.Tis,
whereas It should havo been out two weeks tga.
Tho notice l altogether too abort for tho country
This is at utter variance with tho facts,
but is as near the truth as the Argus-Journal
gets when discussing matters in which
it has a personal interest. The call for tho
convention was published inTiiElU'Li.ETtx
as a part of the record of the proceedings
of tho committee meeting held on
the 15th, and appeared in the
weekly issues of The Uvllktis
of the S?d unci 20th inst. It is therefore
fifteen days since the call was issued, and it
was circulated through the country precincts
over ton days ago. The Argus-Jourual
knows that the call was published in The
Bulletin over two weeks ago, and it knew
it when it made the above statement.
Whcu malice drives a pen it is not to be
wondered at that truth becomes conspicu
ous by its absence.
Ges Bates, ex-treasurer of the state, and
a gentleman who lias accumulated great
wealth by manipulating the labors ol others
to his own advantage as rich men always
have done and always will continue to do -is
tho candidate of the horny-haiulcd for
his old position. It must not be under
stood that The. Bulletin charges Gen.
Bates with being a National, although the
General is undoubtedly the nominee of the
party, and is running on the National tick
et. General Bates is an old time Republi
can, and we are unable to find any utterance
of his which would lead to the belief that
he had forsaken that party. On the con
trary all his actions confirm the belief that
he is still with the Republicans, lie at
tempted to manipulate the Repub
lican state- convention, in his
own interest, but failed to make
satisfactory terms with the managers of
that party, and he is now really running for
the United States senate. He looks to just
such a condition of things in the next gen
eral assembly as existed when Davis was
elected. He will be martyred in the race
for State Treasurer and expects glorillca
tion by election to the highest deliberative
body in the land. This is Batcs'little scheme,
and it must be admitted that it has in it
many elements of success. It is for Demo
crats who have wandered from the ancient
faith to say whether they shall be used as
tools to further the ambition of a Republi
can w ho has ostensibly left his party for the
reason that probable success lies in such a
Oi'U Democratic county committee conns
in for this vindictive criticism at tho
hands of the Argus-Journal :
The county ceutrul committee of the Di-mnerutic
party In Alexander county Is certainly derelict In
Its duty, uud ita action, or nonaetlon, provldA
ample ground for the belief Unit It proposes to bold
a Ilttlu packed caucus, designed to secure the re
appointment of tho old committee anil prevent
party nominations from belli;; made, or to make
such as the committee shall dictate. The course of
the committee In this matter should cause tlium to
be displaced fur men w ho w ill look lo the Interests
of tho party, and perform their duties cheerfully,
endeavoring to find nut the w lxhes of the masses cif
the party anil currying theiu out, not endeavoring to
head on" or slllle party action, and perpetuate them
selves in power ludcHnltely.
In its desire to injure some of the best
Democrats in this county or state, tho Argus-Journal
has resorted to misrepresenta
tion and viililication. It says the county
committee has been derelict in its duty.
What was that duty? About four weeks
ago u number of Democrats urged the com
mittee to meet and discuss the interests of
the party. The committee at once complied
with this recpiest and a meeting was held.
At that meeting it was decided to issue a
call for n county convention, and that call
was published in The Uulletin on tho tiny
following the convention. It was also pub
lished in every issue of Tub Wkkklv Bul
letin Hincc that time, ami this morning
makes the third consecutive insertion it has
had in the daily issue surely ample notice
in both instances for town and
county. This is every duty it
had to perforin in the premises and it
performed it completely. The Argus
Journal as an interested party knows this
statement to bo true. And this is made
more apparent when we state that dipt.
Williaiiis,who is connected with tho Argus
Journal, is a membe r of the committee and
was present at the committee meeting.
The call was there for him and ho had tho
same privilege of copying it that Tin:
lit i.l.KTi.N reporter enjoyed, and the Argus-
Journal had precisely the same opportuni
ties to publUi it. The committee also had
tho right to presume that dipt. Wil
linns would publish it. Its charge that tho
committee designed to secure their own re
appointment through a packed caucus, or
for any other purpose, is not warranted by a
shtgle fact. It has stepped out of its way
to injure gentleman whoso loyalty to
I the putty cannot bo questioned. The
motives, however, nro understood in this
community, and its unjustified assault will
fall harmless upon tho gentlemen whom it
The Argus-Jonrunal has become a too
ardent Democratic paper. Heretofore it
has been opposed, in lmth Alexander and
Pulaski counties, to tho policy of nominat
ing Democratic candidates for county
offices. In 18T0, during tho presidential
ciinvass,when very important offices were to
bo filled, and when party discipline re
quired tho nomination of tickets in tho
counties and precincts even, tho
Argus-Journal people opposed such
nominations. They did more.
They supported for sheriff of Alex
ander county, a Republican, and helped
him to an election over a man who had
never voted any but a Democratic ticket
They did this probably because they believed
that if the Republican should be elected,
they would obtain the delinquent tax-list
for publication, and that, if tho Democrat
should succeed, they would bo com
pelled to go without this interest
ing plum of county patronage.
They were not mistaken. The Republican
was elected, and the Argus-Journal pub
lished the list. Now, a change has come
over the spirit or that paper's dream. It is
clamorous for a Democratic county ticket.
It probably hopes to get the tax-list plum
again, nnd that it can use the Democratic
organization to do so. But it is mistaken.
The nomination of a Democratic ticket
would be, nt this time, a great mistake.
Only two county offices are to be filled, and
not enough interest could be created in
these to get out the Democratic
strength, even if a nominee entirely satis
factory could be procured. But the proba
bility is, a man not satisfactory to the party
would obtain the nomination, and this prob
ability grows into a certainty when the fact
is considered that the Democrats of the
county cannot lie induced to take a great
interest in the nominations. A litrle clique
would control the nominations and
ruin tho party by keeping from the
polls not a few who would refuse
to submit to such clique dictation.
In this way Judge Allen would be robbed
of many votes, and no good would result
to the party in any way. An off year in
politics and this one is is not a gwd year
for a reorganization of parties in counties. In
such a year party obligations set tx lightly
on voters. Our reorganization in Alexan
der cannot be secured before 180, and in
that year it is to be hoped the Argus-Journal
may not support a Republican with a
tax list in his pocket which that paper may
obtain by defeating a good and true
Tite New Orleans Times of the 29th, in
discussing the question of quarantine says
there are some interesting facts in the his
tory of New Orleans quarantine which
bear upon the question with more or less
significance, and which deserve to be taken
into account in any controvesy on the sub
ject. The first record we have of yellow
fever in that city if in 179(1. Up to that
time, the city had been exempt from tho
disease though in constant communication
with places where the fever was indigenious.
Strangely enough, simultaneously with
this first appearance in New Orleans, tho
town ol'Gallipolis.on the Ohio river, was
visited by the genuine vomito, correspond
ing; in all its symptoms with the disease pre
vailing here. Gallipolis was a thousand
miles distant, and in those days of no steam
boats or railways, u voyage from here occu
pied a period of several months. The
theory of transmission therefore, cannot
be sustained in this instance, at least. In
181, Gov. Villere, in his annual mes
sage, recommended the enactment of
quarantine laws, which was dono accord
ingly, nnd a most rigid system udoptcd;
but in the following season the yellow fever
became epidemic, carrying off eleven hun
dred people out of the then small popula
tion. Tho next year a still more rigorous
system was put in force, hut with no better
results; for n population of 2fl,000, 2,100,
nearly ten per cent., died. At this time
Dr. De Ch.unbery, of New Orleans, pub
lished a sketch of the yellow fever visita
tions, in which he says:
"I formerly believed tho yellow fever to bo roil
taglniis, but sliici) have been In tho midst of It,
my numerous practical cibservutlnna have never
been able to furnish mo with ono proof of this
muih-dreiided attribute, Fifty times havu 1 been
Immersed In the effluvia Issulnu from a dead or
living subject and never been Infected by the dis
ease. From extensive observations I Infer that the
yellow fever of this place Isu'cllsease stil genelrls,
the product of local causes, ami neither contagious
Two years later, Gov. Villere, who in
118 had strenuously advocated tho quar
antine, employed this language in his mes
"All the medical faculty Appear definitively to
have adopted the opinion Hint yellow lever, which
during the last year, has plunged us mice more Into
mourning nnd desolation, Is nut conlaglous,"
In 1821, tho Legislature passed a law
creating a lamrd of health, endowed with
unlimited powers. This board adopted tho
most stringent regulations ever known up
to tlmt time, nnd na lntn us tho middle of
August tho city was unprecedentedly
healthy. Tho g lvernor formllay congratu
lated the people upon their exemption. But
scarcely was his message in print, when tho
fever appeared again, and in the nioiuh of
October tho mortality reached O0.V The
Governor's next message was in a very dif
ferent vein :
It Is an Idle waste of time for me to Inquire Into
tho causes, origin and nature of this dreadful
malady." "The stale resorted to quar
antine, under expectation that It would add to tho
clyinces of escape from this dreadful visitation. If
this hope be fallacious, If no good effect hus been
produced, If even a procrastination of Its appear
iiiicc has not resulted from tho measure, then should
It be abandoned, and our commerce relieved from
tho expense und Inconvenience w btch It occasions."
In 1823, the committee from the house on
quuiantino laws reported Mr. P. Grima,
During tho lust year, notwithstanding the
strictest compliance with these laws, our expecta
tions were frustrated at the very moment when wo
thought we could Indulge the hope, of the most
complete success. The season was far advanced,
and In the month of September the metropolis en
Joyed the most perfect health, when the yellow
fever made Its uppcarance."
Next, the citizens assembled in mass
meeting January 23, 182U, and adopted the
'That the late epidemic having tested tho total
ineftlcleucy of the quarantine laws and rcgitlaltom,
we couslder them not only useless but in the high
est degree oppressive und Injurious lo tho com
merce of the city ; and that application ought to be
made to tho legislature fur the purpose of huvlug
The legislature, however, took no action
in the matter and quarantine may be said to
have been the policy of the state ever since.
Thequcstion still remains: Does quaran
tine pay? It is tliis question upon which
we ought to bring to bear the advanced
science and accumulated experience of the
present generation. There is quite as much
material for inquiry in the events of this
season as in the historical reminiscences
we have just presented to our readers. We
have the spectacle of cities like Memphis,
Grenada, Vicksburg, Port Hudson, Natchez
and Mobile, which adopted the most rigid
quarantine against New Orleans, and which
have been visted with yellow fever, and in
several cases in its mot malignant and un
manageable form. On the other hand there
are the lakeshore places in daily and un
limited intercourse with New Orleans,
which have escaped entirely, Holly Springs,
Thich has offered a refuge to all stricken
places, nnd Louisville, which has invited
the fugitives to her hospital arms; both
have been wholly free. Facts like these
cannot be disposed of by shutting one's
eyes and adhering to the most arhittary and
intolerant form of quarantine. Of course
they do not mean that quaran
tine insures the visit of yellow
fever und that litter neglect of protective
measures guarantees immunity. But they
mean something, nnd it is the duty of
government and of intelligence to nsccr-
tain what that something may le. More
than half a century after the adoption of
the first quarantine, we find ourselves as di
vided and as undecided as to its efficacy as
on the day of its inauguration. Every ar
gument that theory and technicality adduce
is confronted by a tremendous fact which
neutralizes if it does not overtlnow it. Be
lieving many things and differing on all
points, we yet know nothing as a certain
and demonstrable truth, except that we
have the great expetisi and inconvenience
of quarantine with a certainty that it does
not always afford protection and no cer
tainty that it ever does.
"IIASKIN" AND ''BOKEir SUCH IS
Pelt In Times.
Gov. C'ullom has appointed Hon. O. A.
Haskin, of Johnson county, circuit judge of
the 1st judicial cir.uiit, vice Judge Boker,
appointed to the supreme bench.
St. Louis Tim".
The Cairo Bcllktin denies that there
has been a single case of yellow fever in
that city, with the exception of one person
taken from off the steamer Porter over three
wcjeks ago. Business goes on as usual and
the public mind remains undisturbed.
A "flat" money advocate was most effect
ually squelched by Hon. F. E, Albright, of
Murphysboro, who mndo a most forcible
nnd telling speech, and was heartily cheered
by the audience. Mr. Albright is ono of the
best stump speakers in tho district, and the
congressional committee should make ap
pointments for him in all tho counties.
"KEEP HIM AT HOME."
Popo County Democrat.
If Thomas is too lazy to go to Vienna to
deliver a speech ; if ho is too timid to face
tho gallant Allen on tho stump; if he is
afraid to come out from under the motherly
intluence of the Massac Journal ; if he can
not deliver even a fourth rate stump speech ;
what does he want to go to congress for?
Wo urge the people to keep him at homo
and let him grind out odes to U. O. J.
Rev. Path Kit Mnirnv, of St. Vincent's
College, Capo Girardeau, will lecture at St.
Patrick's church Sunday evening nt 7:!!0
o'clock, under tho auspices of the Knights
of Father Matthew. Tho proceeds of the
lecture will bo devoted to tho aid of tho
Wool) and Coal.- Seasoned wood, Hick
ory, Ouk and Ash, at $:) per cord during
September. Paradise and Big Muddy Coal.
Orders taken for fall delivery at, $3 7.1 for 1
ton; $3 03 per ton for 2 tons; 3 SO per
ton for 8 or more.
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Hv virion of nn execution tome directed, by the
clerk or the circuit court of Alexander coiililv, 111
the elate of Jllliuile, In favor or Theodore 1'bllllli".
uud iiciilnet .ln'cph ('. Ilurehyett. 1 have levied
upon tho folliiwliiirdeeerjlied property, tn wlt ! The
eoutbweei iiuarter uf the uortliweet quarter of eee
tlonelKht (ttj In Towiihlp No. fourteen ti l), notilli
rainre three () weel of the third principal merlilliiu
III I lie county of Alexander anil etato of lllllioi.
which 1 ehall offer for Halo nt public vendue nt the
eouthwcetcrlv door of lliecoiirt lioueci lii lheclty ol
Cairo, county or Alexander and etnto of lllluol. mi
the eevonlh i7l day of September, 1H7H. at Heron
o'clock a. m. Dated at Cairo, JIMim I, till ll I; d.iy
of Auifual, A. 1J., 167U. 1'KTEK SA' P.
Bro ti ers
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL HANK,
CAPITAL, 8 100,000.
W. J'. II M.I.IH.C v. 'r.,.c!. tit.
II I. I1AI I.II V. Vice I'r, . 1,1. 1 '..
WALTKI; IIV.-l.iiC, (a.hk-r.
e. eTAATe TAVI...IC, w. p. haI ii iav.
IIKSI.V 1.. IIAI.I.IIlAV, ii. II II snim.iux.
I.. II. WIU-IAHeoN, .! llt.S fclMl.
II. It. CAM;I.E.
Excliaiitfo, Coin nml I'liitcl Slates I'.oiid
HOl'fillT AND HOLD.
I)cpnlu received and a general banking bueluci
YLEXANDLTi COUNTY HANK,
Coininmliil Avenue and Eighth Street,
V. IIHOSS. I'reelilent.
I'. NKFF. Viie l're.iilellt.
II. WKI.I.S. ( a-bi. r.
T. J. KLIU'll. .WIMnnl Cnehl r.
V. Hroe. Cnlroi W illliim Klntfe. Cairo;
IMer N'etT. Ciilio; W'liliem Wolf, ( aim;
('. M. Mcrb.li, It. I. Illlllnu-ley. St. Louie;
E. Under. Cairo; J. V. Clemeoii, Cahiionlu.
fiENEIfAL IIANKISti III'SINESS J10NK. Ex-
iV change eoU llllll bollL'M. llll"l('- IMibl III I ho
Snvlni! Iiepartiueiit. ( oUci'thm uiailu and a II
liilelneee promptly iittemleil to.
JNTEKPHISE SAVINGS HANK,
Clmrtiretl March :)!, V'M.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTEREST p'll'l on ilepoette Mnrch t't and Sep
Ie rnhi r 1ft. Intere-t not wlihilrmwi l added lin
meillalely in (lie pl iid pul nf I l.o tlcpuelte, thereby
Kiviutf th'eui compound lulcicM.
fTTlilMrcnaml murrlntl wnmn nniy ilfpuHlt
money and no ono dec run ilmw It.
AVALTKIl 1IYSLOP. Titr.Aft iif.h.
OTICE TO CONTUACT01W.
OmrHnr 'TT Cl.r.HK. I
('Ainu, Ii.i.l, ,'ili:!li-t ;'U, Ih'iS. I
Se.i'e.t iiropOHil will be received III title nfllce
tint!' o o'clock p.m.. of Tiuiedav, the Mil day of Sep
i.... . i, iu'u i-..H. i... inn' i ...uiiim i.r rum
lee! in-1 , . I r., in n, ,, ( lie n 1 1 1 1 1 U me , ",1 ' '
cuii e van or ear u on neveti itna't, ucwusn
Walnut nml Cellar ett'eete.
Tim work to bit ilotie under tho ilirenion nun
approval nf tlieromnilttco on etreet.
I 111- IlklllC IU 1CJIA.I Hill III UU lllil- If
tliuclty. J. U. I'lULLIs.city clerk.