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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNK 27. 11182.
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"HAM" VS. CUSIIIIiG.
IMIOK IIIbTOHV OK Tllli '"LATKHT L'.NPLKAS
ASTNKSS." IIHW DAM ll N "JIAM" WAS
L'RKD AND MOW IT KCCCKKDKD AS KAIt An
IT DID. AN IVIKUKHTINO PMX'K OP ItK
I't'HLICAS POLITICAL IIISTUKV, HHOWINH
HOW, CNDBK OCU ItKI'CIILICAN INBTITO
. TIO.Nrt, TIIKOKI'ICX IN VAI4J AISJ.V SI'.KKS TIIK
MAN, AND HOW TIIK MIN MVV Illi Dli
KKATKD Ui TIIK SC'iU.SDHKL.
Mr. Uuiton, nf (lie Curliiiinluli' Free
I'rus.s 'I very tuiinjil hcoinut of ttiu
nroCfcdiDya of the ItcpublicMU county cm
vention, licld ia thin city about ton dHyH
am He 'iv it "I),imroii carriml four
out of tho fivo Cniro tirucincts and two
county prccincu, (,'ivinf,' him thirty-m-ven
dclcgatca." The truth irt thu judyij cutriod
but oik; of tho city, nml onu country, pre
cinct, ;ivin liim jitht tun iJi-lccati.-s. Of
the tlin.-u contuatcd precincts h'j bud one,
with three dek'ijatcs, which would have
k'iven him thirteen at tlie ouNide, after the
coiiiinittee on creiletitialii hud (,'otten
thruu'h with in work. 15lt uiiantino
THAT Jl'IMK D.AMHON WA-t ENTITLED TO ALL
Til K UV.I.KH Kl K4 FltoM TIIK CONTKaTED
pitixi.Ntns, 11 k wocr.11 vet havklbkn folk
NKiiiKD Captain Thomas, Tir, beoides the
thirty mentioned above, Captain Thomas
hud four of the honeht Datnrou dt-bertera on
liis Hide whi n di'i convention met.
''This htato of affairs did not suit
the federal oflicebolder at Cairo," con
tinues IJirton, "and they immediately be
gan to work plaiiH by which the will ol
over a two-thirds majority should be
broken down." If liirton h id said this of
Judge Damron and bia party, be would
have struck the nail ritrdit on the head, but
as it in, be is completely off the track. It
was Judge Damron and his henchmen who
saw their own defeat, and resorted to the
infamous expedient referred to by Barton,
in order to gain control; and it was Judge
Damron binnelt, who, at a caucus of his
men, held anight or two before the con
vention met, baid that the county "must"
be carried fur him, "if not by fair, why,
then by pun., means." It was Judge D Hu
ron lr.m:lf who concocted and suggested
the infamous scheme which was to defeat
tho will of the majority, and it was
Judg'i Damron and his adherants,
who "sacrificed honor, decency and
justice, and jeopardized Republican
Hucccwi in this district.' The bold sug
gestion ot foul means, on the part of Judge
D.iiuroii, is not evidence of a very high
senpeof honor in that person, and an at
tempt by his cohorts to carry them out, is
certainly positive proof at least of weakness
As a S' heme circumvent to defeat the
will of the people in t!).' interest of J'.ldjje
Dnnnm the plan adopted by tho Dam-
ronites ntunds bulb conspicuously in the
catalogue, of p jlitic il hi. kery and troaeh -ery;
a.-, a piece of devilish ingenuity it
woti'd talie the fust premium in hades.
Judge D iniron fores-aw that if right pre-viiil.-d
in the org ii,: iti ni of the conven
tion, he Would be 0V1 rv lii'ltiuiigly de
feated, because the mijoiity of the del
egatcs ete agaiti.-.t him. lie saw that, in
order to puceeed, he in u-st not only obtain
all the delegates from the Contested pre
cincts, but must rob Captain Thomas of
some of his, and here is the way in w hich
he and his followers sought to accomplish
Secret primaries should be held iu all
the precincts in the county where only
single delegations, instructed for Thomas,
bad been selected, and a Damron delega
tion should be selected to offset
the Thomas delegation in the con
vention. Before the convention should be
organized, the (mestion of who should vote
should be raised before any vote would be
permitted, and it should be decided by the
chairman of thecentml committee, who was
with Damron and who was to call the con
vention to order. The deciss'on the-chair-man
was to render was, that "all contested
precincts should vote their dnublo delega
tions, but all protested delegates should not
vote." Then tho secretary was to call a
roll of the precincts, beginning at the first
Cairo precinct. 'Hie First, S cotid and Third
Cairo precincts, being "contested," would
be allowed to vote thrir double delegations
and would ben stainlotr-ijf all remained
faithful to their faction, which however,
four of Dilution's delegates failed tu do).
Tho fourth Cairo precinct, being conceded
to Damron by tho Thomasites, would give
Damron a majority of eight. The delega
tes from tho Fifth Cairo, and all but ono of
the county precincts, being conceded to
Thomas, should either be met by an equal
delegation of DamronitcB, or "protested"
and thus ruled out. This scheme, if car
ried out, would have given Damron a ma
jority of tho eight delegated iu the Fourth
ward, which tho ThomasiteB would have
unsuspectingly allowed to pass unprotested.
This was tho scheme, invented by Judyo
Duniroii and his pals in secret caucus, to
rob Captaiu Thomas of success in the con
The day beforethe convention met young
James Damron went into tho country, and
carried out tho preliminary Btops of tho
shamciul plot by calling secret primaries
wherever ho could find tho reotiisitu num.
her of men to servo as delegates, but he
B'icccdie.l m having delegates hero from
but few county precints. Kven in tho Fifth
ward, which was conceded by all to have
fairly selected its eight Thomas delegates
even there, a second Military wms held. Ihn
night before tho convention, and D iiiiton
delegates wer-! selected to hippos.'
the Thomas delegation. The day of the
convention arrived. No motion for ore.
limiriury organization was allowed to bo
put; the question ot who should vote in the
convention was raised by young Damron
according to tho caucus programme, and
after f'i': "gong, uie chairman, Ai'so
according to caucus programme, drew from
his packet a paper, upon which was writ
ten, in tin- form of a resolution paiiced by
the caucus the night 'before, his decision
of the question raised, giving all "con
tested" precincts tho right to vote their
doiibhi delegations and prohibiting all
protested" delegates from voting at all.
Had theThomisites submitted to this they
would have been defeated, although they
had the majority of the dele
gates. Tlnir iiisjo.itv would have
been "piotested" oiit of existence The
temporary chairman would have been a
Damrouite; he would have appointed a
Damron committee on credentials, with the
assurance, of course, that it would be
unscrupulous enough to unseat a
sufficient number of Thomas delegates to
give Damron a good working majority. No
question of right would hive entered into
the committee's discussion. Tho examina
tion of the delegates' credentials would
have been merely a matter of form; the
success of Judge Damroa at all hazards,
and by foul means, if necessary, as the
judge himself ordered, would have been the
sole object. But the scheme was broken
into by the Thomasites, who had elected a
temporary chairman and secretary, and ap
pointed a committee on credentials, bkfohe
the Damron faction had done so, and then
adjourned the convention until afternoon-
all of which, it seems, they bad a right to
do, they being largely in the majority.
This is the inside history of tho whole
disgraceful ulfair. It is interesting reading,
as showing how low some Republicans w ill
stoop in order to gain a partisan advantage,
and what manner of men honest Republi
cans and Democrats have to contend with.
This history is given in a spirit of fair
ness, and rests, not upou Democratic, but
upon very good Republican authority. Mr
L-irton will correct his version if he is dis
posed to "give the devil his due."
SVopin? "The P?.(lt-Si.V
A plenty ni l-r. '.-...i-, 1 1 iuoi '.!!.'.
bed (remarks the f ',;'. '.w; ',(.;,) r:,:i
j( only an in! ant.'ige :i:id ben, fit ; -md
it IS Stlggoli'-d lb:il some of the "nioi'ii
ing dil'iiie-ii" and aellial licad.ielie mi nf
ten complained nf may lie im-i-alile t.
sleeping eln,. i. s',,. ,,f the room,
and breathing all night the air reflected
front the wiill.
A physician w is lately called to pre
scribe for a oini. lady. There was
'nothing the matter" with her. .she de
clared, 'nothing but a terrible head
ache." Kvcrv morning she waked with
11 headache and it lasted nearly half I ho
day. It had been going on for months
ever since they moved into their new
house. Tin; doctor tried all the old rem
edies and they all failed. Riding and
archery were faithfully tested, study
ami practice were cheerfully given up.
Nothing did any good.
"Will you let me see your bedroom?"
nuked the doctor ono day, and ho was
shown up into the prettiest little not
Nothing wrong about the ventilation.
The windows were high and broad, and
were left open every night, the patient
said. The bed stood in 0110 corner
against the wall.
"How do oil .sleep'.'" suv.s tho doc
tor. "On my right side, at the back of the,
bed, wiih my lace to tho wall. Lou
likes the front best."
"She does!" says the doctor. "So do
I. Will you do me the favor to wheel
that, bed into tho ltiiihllo of the room
and slenji so for 11 week? Then let me
know about the headache."
The middle of the room, indeed! And
there were tho windows on one side,
and the two doors on ihe other sides,
and the mantel with its Miieramo lam
breijiiin on the fourth side. There was
no place for ihe bed but just whero it
stood, in the corner.
"Never mind, sacrifice your lambre
quin," urged tho doctor; "just for a
week, you know."
The himhrcqiiiii wits sncrilieod, the
bed moved where it bad free airon both
sides, the headaches disappeared.
Tho Enemy of the Oystor,
Naturalists lell us that the stingy-ray,
star-fish, prawn, boring winkle and
gryphea mo tho thmdliesl enemies of
tho oyster. That's all tho naturalists
know about It. The worst enemy tho
oyster has Is the spirituolln woman of
1H7 pounds, when she declares, after
the theatre, that she cannot eat, a single
morsel, oh, indeed no. Well, if she
must, then you may bring her a very
small bit of cracker and just one tiny
oyster. When the oyster ceases to exist,
and joins tho liiuunierablo caravan,
that's where it will be gono iv.-llawb-eye,
Tho average slzo of the farms of Ohio
has decreased lu thirty yours from 2i
to lua acres.
"TaiT' for the Oat.
f the niot seliiiiliomil .-.ceiios in
r s opera, "The Kat-citteh-
er of Hidiieln," is that representing tho
exodusof rodents from 1 lanicln, brought
about by the tuneful spells of Singuf,
the charmer. While this fantastic per
sonage is singing bis im nutation thou
sands upon Ihoiisands of rats invade tho
stage, emerging from doors and win
dows of the bouses composing the "set,"
from crevices iu walls, nnd from holed
m tin1 ground.
In the. leading opera houses of Or
mnny no pains or expenso have been
spared in order to impart a retKstic
character to this rut episode. Tim minim
rodents nro "made up" as lifelike as
may be. and m-":;:;; Mfioni tlm stage as
vivaciously as though they w re really
flesh and blood instead of skin and stuf
fing. So excellently managed is this
P'lrticiilai fleet" at the Dresden opera
hoime, that a few nights ago, upon the
occasion of the "Rat-catehcr's" first
performance in that theatre, the proper
ty rats fairly took iu thu worthy old cat.
perpetually retained upon tho strength
of the establishment, in consideration of
her long arid valuable services. This
conscientious creature, while watching
the stage "business" with placid inteivs't
from her favorite corner behind ono of
the wings suddenly pena-ived what sho
believed to be a host of her natural foes'
in the very act of committing an auda
cious trespass within the sacred limits of
her territorial jurisdiction. With a
piercing mew of indignation, she
straightway bounded upon the stage,
and. to the delight of tho audience, fur
iously attacked the legion of "counter
feit presentments" that occupied the
hoards. No sooner, however, had act
ual contact with the property rats en
lightened her respecting their fictitious
nature, than she majestically retired.
In obedience loan enthusiastic recall,
she was brought on a few minutes later
in the arms of a super, to receive tho
tribute of tiiiplatiso her spirited conduct
had so richly earned.
August Sehoitf. who was court artist
to the unfortunate Emperor Maximilian
during his reign in Mexico, and who
Settled ill San Francisco in lM'ti, hil9
mysteriously disappeared from that city.
His fii'iins are largely ntocked with paint
ings of Ids own, with a few from other
artists, the lack of purchasers being duo
to the largo prices pl aced on Ihem. Ono
large canvas, a view of the "Valley of
Mcxi " by himself, has been valued
at -H,ooo li connoisseurs.
If Lit up by Fine Teeth
me plainest lace becomes attractive. Al
though ordinary dentifrices prove ineffect
ual to wititcn aud improve the health of
tne teeth, S -zodont is adeuuate to the task
aud dots it thoroughly, besides banishing
from the breath an offensive smell. Teeth
strengthened and purified by Sozodont are
noioniy winter out chew, better thanoth
ers. as the teeth improve through its
use, esting iiecomes a delightful indul
gence insiea l ol a penalty.
Tun Grand Central Hotel, Broadway,
New York city, is thu "!rand Central" in
fact as well as iu naine, being more cen
trally located than any other first class ho
tel in New York city. It is in easy access
to every point of interest or business in the
city. It is well kept, recently thoroughly
renovated mi l 11 liunished, and is only
MOO to per day, with moderate
charge for parlor and baths. Don't fail to
stop there when jou go to New York city.
Jot) rooms on European plan at f 1.00 and
upwards per d ay, also a good restaurant at
tached. "Why is Mis. Lydia E. Piiikham's Veg
etable Compound like tho Mississippi river
in a spring freshet? llecattso tho immense
volume ol this healing river moves with
such momentum that it sweeps away all ob
stacles and is literally flooding tho coun
try." Jos. Di.itiiiM.citiiEK, Broadway, Buffalo,
wasiuduculby his brother to try Thomas'
Eclectric Oil for a sprained anMe; and with
halt a dozen applications ho was enabled
to walk round again all right. Paul 0.
S( huh, agent.
"Tiiky can not ail lie," was the observa
tion of one while reading tho endless testi
monials to Dr. Lindsey's Blood Search
er. It is in a ib o.
B Tinware. B
While other Baking Powdert art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it: liuving received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to tho present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true tost-the TES1 OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
uarmMarar of I.a,.ll l.i.i firm; Dr. Prlfi' Special
riatorlai LMratti, as Dr. I'rle.'. Cilqu. FfrfUBM.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY,
HOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlKlt & CO..
Cor. .Vini'tetHitli itreet
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Lift IiHuriim-f Cnni;vir.y
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anil lUalaiicb pollclca slnill'liu
nn reculpl of pttiuraelcry liroofs of dvath.
lti policy Ik clour and conclno, ami contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
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Its CASH RETURNS
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thntr Ton TIN I HaviMia H Nil I'iii.ii:i.
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