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OnlyMornin? Dally In Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ot any Daily in
E. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Iiarrell, Editor.
"Demockacy Is a sentiment not to be appalled,
torrnpted or compromised. It knows no baseness
cower to no danger, oppresses uo weakness. Fear
less, generous wd hnmauc, it rebukes the arrogant,
cherishes honor, and sympathies with the bumble.
It asks nothing but what it couccdci; it concede
nothing bnt what It demand. Destructive ouly of
despotism, it is the sole conservative of liberty, la
borand property. It is the sentiment of freedom,
of equal obligation. It Is tho law of nature per
vading the law of the land. Tho stupid, the eel
fish, the base in spirit may denounce It as a vulgar
thing; bnt in tho history of our nice the Demo
cratic principle ha developed and illustrated tho
highest moral and Intellectual attribute of our
nature. Yes, this i a noble, magnanimous, a sub
lime sentiment, which expands our affections, en
larges the circle of onr sympathies and elevates tho
soul of man until, claiming an equality with the
bet, he rejects as anwortby of his dignity auy po
litical Immunities over the humblest of his fellows.
Yes, It is an ennobling principle; and may that
spirit which animated our fathers In the Revolution
ary contest for Its establishment contlnuo to ani
mate us, their sons, In the impending strtictrlo for
It preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
In the cotton section of Alabama known
as the "Black Belt," tho negroes are entirely
free from the exodus fever. They have
- civen ud politics, and have turned their at
tention to acquiring property. Many of
them already have comfortable little farms.
Old Dick Thompson, the Secretary of the
Navy, can't understand why tho Wachusutt,
drawing sixteen feet of water, should be
unable to navigate in twenty feet, and
thinks thero must bo something wrong in
the pilot house. O Id Dick isn't much of a
sailor, but his "head is level" in this in
stance. Amono fruit growers in California there is
considerable excitement over the cultiva
tion of olives. One fruit grower, who lias
about six thousand trce9, has been very
successful this year in making olive oil.
Old orchards in good years will yield about
two hundred gallons per aero. The oil is
worth about three dollars per gallon. Cali
fornia is a great fruit growing Stato, and
may succeed in growing olives profitably.
New Yokk is soon to bo adorned with
tho obelUk which was presented to that
city by the khedivo of Egypt. Lieutenant
Oornnge, of the navy, has been granted a
leave of absence and will tako charge of
the arrangements for bringing it into this
country. Mr. Dixon, tho English con
tractor who conveyed tho obelisk donated
to England, to that country, tins placed all
of his machinery and instruments at the
'disposal of tho American officer.
The Boston Herald (Independent) says
tho three best jokes of the season, though
they are old, will bo these: "Bun Butler
as a Democratic candidate, asking Demo-
cratic votes, after eighteen years abusing
that party. Ben Butler, as a friend of k
b r, asking votes as such, lie being n capi
talist who pays labor tho lowest wages.
Ben Butler as a reformer, when ho has
been, and is, tho representative of tho thing
to be reformed."
The Washington Post has given John
Sherman some important information in
the following paragraph: "Thero isn't
any doubt, Mr. Sherman, that thero was a
war in this country half a generation ago.
Tliero isn't any question thut secession was
tried and failed, and that the cause of sccck-
, ion wiu dug up by tho roots ami des
troyed. All this is true as true us that
you bad a good tiwo and waxed rich whilu
the terrible struggle went on, and haw
'grown richer by the results of the war
alace It endod. Butjthcso facta will not
' be accepted at furnishing any reason why
vour oartv should overturn our theory and
system of government with your bayoncta
at tho polls, your bulldozing Deputy Mar
shals and your third house of Congress
added as an annex to tho Presidency. No,
Mr. Sherman, you and your fellow-cam
paigners must get our of the grave-yard of
dead issues, and must faco the damning
facte of your recent record."
Should tho Missouri Pacifiic railroad
company carry out its purposo to establish
a hospital for the free care and treatment of
its indigent sick and supcranuated em
ployes, its examplo will commend it to tho
good will of every philanthropist in the
land. Mr. Talmage, General Superintend
ent of tho road, in a circular just issued,
says that with this object In view each and
every officer and employo of this railway
company will be assessed the sura of fifty
cents per month, which amount will be de
ducted from the pay roll and held by the
Treasurer, to bo paid out only on proper
voucher for ' hospital purposes. This ar
rangement is to take effect from and after
the 1st day of August, 1879.
Says the American Exchange: "Thero
has been constructed during tho depressed
period since the panic of 1873, 11503 miles
of railway, bringing tho wholo mileage of
tho country up to tho enormous aggregate,
as already stated, of 81,841 miles. Tho
total mileage of railway in operation in
Europe lust year was about 84,000. The
population of Europe, according to the
most recent estimates, is about 318,400,000,
thus giving one mile of railway to each
3,323 persons. Assuming the population
of the United -States to bo 40,000,000, we
have one mile of railway to every 4S8 in
habitants. The reference to be drawn
from this is that our railways arc not at
present worked up to nearly their full ca
pacity. SPAKE THAT GROUSE !
There is a manifest determination on the
part of the sensible game shooters of Illi
nois, to rigidly inforcc the game laws. The
wanton and unreasonable destruction of
game will not bo permitted, and we are
glad to observe, in many of our neighbor
ing localitiesthat the gun clubs have ex
pressed a determination to prosecute every
person who violates any of the provisions of
the law. That none of our readers may ren
der themselves liable to such a prosecution
through ignorance of the requirements of
the law, we publish below its leading pro
visions : '
Deer and wild turkey not to be killed
between the 15th of January aud 1st day of
Quail or ruff grouse between the 1st day
of January aud the 1st day of October of
Wild goose, duck, brandt or other water
fowl between tho 1st ot May and the 15th J
of August, and it is unlawful to destroy
any water fowl in tho night time.
Further, it is unlawful for nny person to
buy, sell, or have in possession any of the
above animals or fowls out of season.
The penalty for having in possession or
killing the same, namely : fl to $25 and
Any person or persons knowing of the
killing of game out of season, may bring
complaint within three mouths of the viola
tion ot said act. It is made the duty of
sheriffs, constables, and police oflicers, to
inform against and prosecute all persons
who violate any of the provisions of this
One-half of the fine goes to the person or
persons filing the complaint, aud the other
half to tlie township school fund.
It is unlawful to catch Mali in any way
but with a hook and line between the 15th
day of February and the 15th day ot June
of each year.
It is uulawful for any person to catch fish
by tho use of lime or any medical com
pound, or by the use of nny explosive, at
any time of the year.
Fine for the above is not less than $3 nor
more than $30, one-half of which goes to
the school fund.
Yob Must Cum that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the fact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to tho youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can uso two thirds of a bottlo
and if what wo say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. SOcts.
and $1,00 per bottlo. If your Luugs are
sore or chest or back lame uso Shiloh's Por
ous Fluster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
Have vou Dvsncnsia. are vou Constnm
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, Well's Fersian Perfume "Hnckmetack"
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Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To-
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1879.
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