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3STd. 13, Tenth
FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY &tX)
yiELpim TO M, a'BCK&SITX.
Any person, wno reads with thu euro
its importance demands, tlio curd
which Mr. T. Wilson announces his in
tuutitiu to Muk thu position of mayor.
must observe that ho Is u modest gentle
man, Bhrlnkiitj; from thu guzu of tho
public, and coming forth from tho
shades of prlVato life only when tho
necessities of tho community In which
W abides make ieretnpfory demands
fof his'u'rftraordlttary' abilities. " Yield
Jtito tho necessity for a change in muni
cipal niiainy' lio says, "i announce
myself us u cundiduto for Mayor." This
sentence usaortH, in substance, that there
It now existing, a necessity for a change
in the municipal government, and that
this) nect'sslty has commanded Mr. T,
Wilson, of all tho citizens of Cairo, to
rusii forward and make the necessary
change. Modest Thomas ; we nympa
thlzo wllh you 1 This comes of being
iv grettt.mau. It you wero an ordinary
mortal, U' ncCcskltjr for cliuligo would
not Importune you to yield, and, year
after year, compel you to seek after
office of all kinds, at all tinip, and In
all ways-known to politician. Mnt you
-lv-cofrilnghumlllty, whlo'li Js'aTgrbat com
fort. In JSfl-j, a necessity for a change
In municipal attain, compelled you
to yield and ruu for otllco in opposition
a tb tho caViUldntb of your party-; In 1606
tho tumo necessity compelled you to
yield again ami run for tho.samu ofllco
as the candidate of the party you had
j cosorfeutbo year before; In 1808 the
samo importunate necessHy compelled
- you to seek tlie Democratic nomination
for Mayor, and also to become a candi
date for member of tho fa'tato Hoard of
Equalization in 1S00 this sarauecev
.idtyi compelled you to nKoiriield and
Beck tho mayoralty in oppoiltion to thu
nomlueo Of your party; aud uow, again,
in the yenrof grace, 1&70, thu same dire
ful necessity has compelled you to yield
once morn and becomo a candidate for
tho same ofilce. Who can doubt that
thu nocmlty, as cruel as rclentlocs, will
compel you to yield nest Fall and "go
for" tho sheriffalty, nnd, Indeed, attempt
to get overy ofUco iu tho glft.of tho peo.
pie among whom you reside, upon whom
hints tho light of your great abilities,
and who are inspired by your energy,
which has plied upou this city a largo
and cumbersome load of unnecessary
debt ud taxation ? Vou are to le pit
ied! .Your ovonihadowlng genius has
madeyou the victim of a necessity for
change, which always requires, you to
yield, and has made you anottlCffceker
of tho first-water! Alas, Thomas I
Tho friends of T. Wilson who are
they? assert that delegates were tent to
the Commercial Con ventlonn from Cairo,
at great expense to tho city, nnd that the
Mayor, Oberly, U responsible for this ex
penditure. Neither of the delegate ap
pointed by tho Mayor, who attended thu
great conventions at New Orleans or
Louisville, received one cent of compen
sation or for payment of eypeuses. The
delegates to Keokuk didreculvQ their ex
pense, Hut Is tho Mayor, therofore,'to
blame? Is It true that he, against public
policy, absolutely forced elgllteen men to
vote that Uie'elty should be represented
at Keokuk, and mat the delegates, Messrs.
Winston, Wcib aud Rearden, should
I liaijheirutpbtJ8ekpald?i'Vliaf a fear
rul.fullun.'huUMiiyurinustr be I If, Mr.
iWllann,aud bis strikers, are compelled
to resort to such despicably small lousiness
k!?dre6ll6hterIiiB iirtlifs way1,' they liad
better hang their hnrps and their bodies
on the widows.
Tho partlzaij9of Mr. T. Wilson declare,
'ith an allectcd horror quite palufid (o.
behold that (lie city printing' is uti-ovyr,
whelming item of expense, being niu'oh
heavier this ypar titan over before. A
causo thai requires bald-faced falsehood
to bolster it up will not win the respeot'of
candid, thinking men. The truth is,' tho
amount palilfor printing during tho pres
ent yearns faoyeral'hundred jdollars.Jess
than fyas Veen paid difrlngatiy yoqrslnco
180-1. Theso' croakers, who would econo
mize by running swill car,ts ut about $2,
000 per annum, must get on somo o(h?r
than thu ecdnomy hobby, if they 'would
avoid publjo ridloulo.
Mr.1 T. Wlis'on says "a nocesslty ifor
change" compelled him to ''yield" and J
becomo.a oandldate for Mayor, Neces
sity for change often gots a man fnto a
wprse place than tho Muyor'a. ofjjco of
Mr. T. Wilsou Is very indignant bo
cause everybody don't sea that a neces
, flly for chango lias mndo him yield. I HQ
Is contlnually gc'ug oir like a Hash. . Ho
ought to bo namtd Gun PowdorT. Wil
Jlaapaif.ho ou .botji slijes of'n law
, case ho fei.suro to win. This, is probably
the rea; i wliy a prominent lawj'or of
tills cij e,Uo has often cases agaitisttho
. .municipality, is running for. Maypi, by.
Wsext friend, T, Wilson, , J
',7-" ' ?
T4i6lartlcular PrTontfor MH .AVlso'ri
is active in his endeavors to cast tho
shadow of public displeasure upon the
preeentadministratlon of tho city gov
'erirticht; BtfU';e,vcvy.vhcrp(i hfottgh6ut
the city, atnll hours of the day and nlgnt,
to every person who meota him or Is at
all easy of approach, he is asserting that
u change iu tho administration of tho
city government Is necessary, und that
the change necessary is such a chango as
uic election oi .Mr i. Wilson totueoiuce
otMaynr would. bring.about.
Is this true? ' "
In what respect would the election of
Mr. Wilsou conduce to tho greater ben
efitof the city? " ' !
Would he change thoiollcy' of Utd city
governmentj.SQ uh. to.makollts expenses
less cumbersome? y(p lAyq p of
Judging of tho future"butf by Ilia oust;
and judging by the palsV' wa woulJ like
to know what pohcy'.of economy dls
llngulshed thu u.JinluiMiutlon dr city
afrUIrs while Mr. Wlls6n was Mayori H6
may point to tho great useless pump, at
thu head of Teuth street, tho cost of
which put a great burden, of d.ibt upon
the city, and the ravenous maw of which
has consumed many thousands of- tho
peoplo's money, aud say; "I am tho
father of that grand humbug;" but cart'
ho say that, If agaltr elected, he . would
once moro munch tlie city into the wido
sea of such peculiar economy? Docs ho
desire such a change? lie may point to
thu extravagance which characterized
his whole administration; but ho dare'
not say that. ho will chango the prcseiW
economical system aud go uaclc ,lo ills
old pnlloy. Jiohai nothing to baso ills
demand for a change upon. Ills admin
istration was not as ecouomicalta Mr.
Ohcriy's has been; was not.distlngulshod
by any more ability; was, In short, in
no respect better. How then can he, one
of the most extra vagantof men, a strong-
headed, and many times a wrong-headed
man, supported by men who never do
anything for tho city, a crowd of Indif
ferent citizens who only known that they
hate Mr. Oborly becaaso ho has ntsomc
tlmo opposed their favorites for oflloo,
how can lie epme forward, without tho
exercise of a great amount of impudence,
and say: "A change Is necessary; I am
thu only man who knpws what that
change Is; and, therefore,' I ask-, you U
elect me to the ofilce of Mayor I"
Tliu dougo will ndLdo. . It Is as weak
ns the political sagacity of IU author,
tho Particular Frleol of Mr. T. Wilson
wiiohasiuauct!aii4 .wapiTOW W ian(i
again, because. ho oouldiiOt, say to Mr.
Qberly : "Do thlff, and:'Do that"
case'Mf. Dberiv'cannbt bo handled bv
every lawyer, who., secu pruper jo.brjntr
au acupu Aguiusi Hie .city, iuicr in th
InterenUof.a client who wants money, or
to gratify Lis own personal animosity,
and secure revenge for neglect of public
ofllccw to uo as he commands.
T. "Wilson Is anxious to go inw.ofllco on
the demand for reform. If he does, iu
twelve months the people will kick lilru
out and, Uion attempt tf reform ,hls re
formation, which will bo no reformation
t uH. He was Mayor durjug. two yjears,
and did not inako 1)U administration
partlculary bright by its reformatory
measures. und,tho. great difliculty which
Mr. Oberly's admlulstratiou has had to
ehcnuuterhax. been the 'debtaand ovlls
which T. WllB.qrjynd thoso who aced
with him, imposed ' upon tho city. T.
Wilson, a iroformorl , Preat. heavens!
Tho announcement fills us with ns
much astoillslim'ciit' as tilled thu breast
ofthqpOQt ,Yho visited tho" Mammoth
Cave, and broko out into tho rhythmical
exclamation l I "
ItThe MuamjtliOafiiokl vital ,'irol,
Gaot UuilAlmMhtjj biU wciuUrl.
AuUrytr.Jokot, U-,1 Aiuj.iauf ''j -
,1 OffT TUKKfiHW xypMi.D&TJHr.
Horn body son t Grant a dou by express
from Cincinnati and segleotbd to prepay
the charges. Grunt refused to pay tlie
transportation, and thu express com
pany Is stuck with tho cur. It is now
proposed to exhibit tho animal through 1
tho' country, proherly lubled, ""A- Olfiul
mat uraut wouldn't laito". xuo.nuo-
lie havjorf .flrrnlybeUeyed lKh!y,ojHl
tho range of possibility fur His Excel
lency tu deellno aqythiug,- thai they
will rusii In Immense crowds tosee Uio
curiosity. Thero is n forjuuuiu this old
dog Tray for somebody. j
- , 7 " m ' i . i & J
Tho carpetbag senators r opposed'to
precedent of admUtiugoloVed.'s uuWs.
It will finish their businefj'antl th'eyiro
looking out for No. 1 ' ' J
Thp Boston 'Post' thinks most of qur
Ameriou statesmen could nolvo Uio
untneso puzzio, couiu tnoy 'onir ijotj ft
Dolnwaro county has clccted'a.dpmo-r
ernno utinru oi sunervisors ror in nrsc
tlmo in Q years,
A western paperthlnks with Bhakes
pcaro thaXithere.msy.-bovlrtuo In an 11
butnot ihohr tariffs"
Ann wants th nnlarv of llin1
jnayor's ofilce, i He. says he lis. Kvcah-
Hvr.Tii - iTrr-T - " - v-
XcHnai)r men not llubio' for
ptiblications mado lit tho In
acrcMl of'llic Itiiltlie.
oriicrAK wko?s whontii may nr. pen-
JLu i:IU(ir notllnlilc for MUalalcmeiil If
liclini rpKKOitittiloKroiiatln, for be
HcrliiBT llicni true.
fu tho Bomu'Wlia't notorious caso of
llbclngalnst theproprlot ors of tho Ball!
moro ,AmerIcan;',in the Superior Court
of Baltlmdro his Honor, Judge Dobbin,
pronounced tho following dictum:, There
were, lib said, certain classes of cases
known to tho law that in suits for dam
apns'or redress for alleged libel woro or
empt upou the theory that tho statement
was mauo tor me puonc goou. in mo
case now under trial tho defendants
claim that they hold a relation to tho
puwic wnicn makes It obligatory upon
them to comment upon all acts unon
which the public is Interested. This is not
only ii right, hut, as they
clu.lm, their duty. Tho question
Is miw whether thoy have a right to no
fipeak, and also whether they have
spoken In good faith, with a vlow to tho
publfu good, and wero free from malic
ious motives. It was for tho Court to do
clde "whether a party had a right to uso
tho prlvllege.in sucn a case, out tno jury
would decide whether the plalntlils
have used those rights in a Judlolous
manner. The Judge held that it was a
proposition of law for tho jury to decide
whether tho testimony Justified the pub
lication. Tho duestion of what, constitu
ted a prlvlledged occasion was fully can
sldcred in the catcof White ys. NIoUolLs,
avnioward's'iiepon'8 iriea oeroro tiw
iiupwmoi Coir of tho United States,
whero tho Judge ruled that it was for tile
Jury to consider whether newspapers or
ConuuctOMOi nowepapers mine aneugcu
slander acted in a bone miu uiscnargu or
public or private tiuty. legal
or moral, or in ino prosccuiiou oi uis own
rights or iutorests. ills Honor stated
that newspapers exercised an overwhel
ming inlluenco over tho world, They
are essential to the welfare of muuklnd.
Wo could not exist without them: but
the public is interested in their being al
wavs vlirllant. truthful and discreet.
Tho nubile uro iutercstcd In tho welfare
of nowspapers, and it la for tho Court to
consluer now muca uiscrcuoii was uscu
iu tho publication. Must conclusively
that outrages had been committed upon
successive occasions upou passengers
travelling through tho city, and was of
lue opilliun iiiui newapupuis uau it per
fect right to speak and comment upon
them. If newspapers uro not protected
they are deprived of all beuciit to tho
community, auu it tuey uo not spcaic
out -Mr -eases wiiero tlio puoilc
is IntercsUid then they fall short of thel
duty. Tho public is always ready to
condemn violence, aud say crime
should bo redresseil; und It Is therefore not
outofthedutyotanewspaper,in tno state
ment of particular acts, to color highly
such acts ns ir proscribes nnd point out us
near as possible tlie prouauiu perpetra
tors of tho outrage. All theso things his
Honor held worn not only right, but high
ly meritorious. Tlie council lor me piaiu
tin; tho Court remarked, might arguo
that the press uau. uo rigut to cnargo iu
noceut parties with a crime, but tho
;Court thought that thoro might be cases
in which inn innocent, m cm nu p.nicit
'upon to suffer, for tho press has to run
tno risk of injuring tno innocent. Tlie
Courtthought that tills was the Justlco
of tho case, nnd in support of tlio law
hearlnc upon the subject referred to tho
tfSngliah caso of Bradley vs. Heath, where
,u select man salt! that ho believed (ho
'ul&inttll had nut In two votes at an olnnt.
'Jon; Tho Courts held j in this case that
"where u party had u special duty to per
lorm. no cuurKu oi luniiuioiisiicss couiu
bobrought against him, unless somo
proof of Intent to injure or ollend. Also
Jnlhacaso or Wharton vs. Winters, ed
itor of the Loudon 'Times, whore a do
halo betweon Mr. Whurton nnd Sir FItz.
hugh Kelly in tho House of 1'arllument
contrary to usage unti uecii puuiisiied in
thCf'Timos' with uu editorial comment,
InVhleh Mr. wiiarton nan uoen severely
handled. Tlio lord Chief JuUIco held
that It was a matter of public interest.
and tho defendant had a perfect .right to
uiscuss it it uis opinion was iroe from
mullcoj and tho dofendaut was acquitted.
Ills Honor ulso referred to the caso of
ItlskjAif Uey.vs. Thu Loudon 'Telegraph.'
The caso grow out of u publication in tho
'Telegraph' pf a correspondence from
Constantinople, relating whero the plain-
tin nau been tried lor muruer, una ac
quitted. Tho nlaititiir brought suit. Tho
Court held that n public writer had a
right to comment, und lfjiu bellovea that
the Court and Jury were derelict In their
duty, he Is Justified in calling attention to
it iu proper language, nnd is not guilty
in so expressing his opluion) evon though
ho is proven to buvu been In error. Itr
cbilsk)n,,, hislIIIrtor Xejooted all tho
pwyofsbujbqUslUes.aud goffered tho
follwjacmitruotlons otho jury :
' To,ritTtlft 'tho plaintiff 'to "recovor iu
this aotori tho jury mast Arid that tho
wrlWjitf sot.out iu tho declaration was
published by tho defendants of and cnu
cernriir;tUe plalntltr. HuMrthoy sh-ill
Uiojtltnef ial.d publication, tho" peace o
tlie city was repeatedly disturbed, niu
HSOjliaaUiat at, orjus? pre.vlous to
thoirlgntsxir private porsons travelling
on their own lawful business bqtwceu
Washington and Philadelphia violently
apd unlawfully livudel and violated by
evil doers, who wero not arrested nor
punished as detailed In the uvldencd,
then it was tho rlgUy and duty of tho" do
.fuuUauU, as publUliorof u publio neys-
innn. t .ttiltltali tlm fanfa n.l.lnl. nn ... n
to their knowledge constituting tho .said"
acinic, ana tq communt meroppl tli such
BWoU SHverity of rebuko Hsgrant
breaoh of tho peaoe deserves,, apd such
statement arid comment, if 'fairly 'hpd
ouna. jutiy mauo wim u view to t.ic ptio? i
tion, freo from tho legal presumption of
raauco wnicn attends a uoeuous publica
tion not privileged, then tho plaintiff is
not entitled to recover.
Hut in order to entitle the defendants
to a verdictpjpon the ground of privilege,
the Jury must find that thoy were actuat
ed by DrODer mntlvpu. PTnrlnnv roninn.
able prudence In tho ascertainment of
tno facts, nnd had reasonable grounds to
believe the statement mado by them was
true, nau mat mey mauo tnesame with
out malicious motives. If.' nndnr thflsn
Instructions, the Jury ehall fludn verdict
ior tuopiaintiii, then they, aro.ftt llborty
to give compensatory damages, forsubh
injury as tho plaintiff may have proven
to himself to have sustained ; andl f they
find oxprcBS mallco on the part of tho
defendants, or the absence of good faith
or reasonable prudence, then they may
give such exemplary damages as they
may mini! Bucn a state or case justltles.
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, Onn(l.OorlhdUoflhlt notln, all bill of'l
ding for the Tnuult Steamer "IJan Able" will bo
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any J.0O periodical at n'.W, reterton'i
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SECURITY Ins., Cp,t of .New York;,
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