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Fbidat, ArniL 8, 1892.
GALL lOK VESIOCKATIV STATE
ajOSVKNTlOX Or ILLIXOIM.
Headquarter Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinois, Sherman House, Chicago,
February M, leva. A Convention of the Dem
ocracy of the State of Illinois, is hereby called to
meet in the Hall of the House of Representatives,
in Sprinefield, Illinois, on Wednesday. April 37th,
1S92, at 8 o'clock p. , forth purpose of nomi
nating candidates to be voted for on Tuesday,
November 8th, 1892, for the offices of Governor;
Lieutenant Governor ; Secretary of State ; Auditor
of Public Accounts; Treasurer; Attorney Gener
al; Three Trustees of the University of Illinois;
Two Congressmen at Large; also for the purpose
f selecting one Presidential Elector from each
Congressional Dlrtrict, and four Presidential
Electors from the state at large. Two delegates
from each Congressional Pislilct and eight dele
rale from the state at li ,-ge to the Democratic
National Convention, to Le held in Chicago. June
II, IStti. One State Committeeman from each
Congressional District, and seven state Com
mitteemen from the state at large, and such other
business as may J roperly come before the con
vention. 0 he basis of representation for each
county shall be: One delegate for each four
hundred votes cast for Cleveland and Thurman at
the last (Preside! tial Electior, and one delegate
for each fi actional part thereof, of two hundred
votes or more. Vnder this call the representation
of Kock Island county will be, on 8,644 votes,
By order of the Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinois. Dbios P. PHtarsXhairman.
Tnxo. Nblsos, Secretary.
The following resolution was adopted by the
vmcrraiic State Cential Committee, February
He M resolved. That it is this sense of this Com
mittee, that the Australian Ballot law applies to
tha election of officers at the annnal town meet
ing to all elections excepts specially excepted
in said law, and this committee recommend that
all elections to be held for town officers this
spring, be held under the provisions and according
tu the letter of said law.
Denaarraue Coaniy convention.
The democrats of Kock Island county are
hereby requested to send delegates to a conven
tion to be held at the con rt house in the city of
Rock Island Thursday. April 14. 1SSW, at 1:80
o'clock p. m. for the purpose of selecting dele
gates to i he democratic state convention which
assembles at pringfield, Wednesday, April ST.
03. The basis of representation at said connty
convention wi!i be one delegate for each township
and a' so upon the vote for Cleveland and Thur
man in l&t apportioned among the different town
ahips,prccincts and waids in the ratio of one dele
gate to every SO voters, 'and one delegate for
every majerpait thereof, and according to which
the following will be the representation :
Cordova 3 Canoe Creek. .
Uaaipton, 1st precinct 8 Coe'
Snd " 8 Zuma
Srd " Port Byron . ...
Black Hawk 4 Coal Valley .. .
oownng a Anaaiusia
4 ronth Moline 4
Mouth Bock Island.
K. Island 1st Ward
ftth " ,
" 7n "
4 Edginet'n 1st Prec't
8 " -2nd "
Tb caucuses in the several township will be
held at (p.m., and In Itolite and Rock Island at
1:30 p.m. on Saturday. April 9, 1S9S. The differ
ent delegations will also report names of commit
teeman tor their respective townships, precincts
and wards. T. S. Silvis, Chairman.
Das W. Goctd, Secretary pro tern.
The Chicago Poet, referring to the re
cent decision of the Illinois supreme
court declaring the "ami-truck law" un
constitutional. says: "While honest re
publicans and honest democrats In con
gress were fighting for honest money the
Illinois supreme court has decided that
old bouts, decayed beans, ancient eggs
and rancid butter are full legal tender
when forced upon hired men io payment
for their services.
Frebpoht Bulletin : If Stephenson
county supports him heartily, the pros-
peels of lion. . L. Cronkrite's nomina
tion for corjgresf mac-at large are excel
lent. He has been widely endorsed by
leading papers throughout the state, one
of which even carried his name at the
head of its columns. Every delegate to
the county convention next week should
do all in tis power to forward the nomi
nation of Mr. Cronkrite. What he needs
is a strong heme endorsement. If nom
inated and elected be would, we are sure,
reflect credit upon the county and city of
The factional fight in the democratic
party in Rhode Island, as well as the extra'
rdinary efforts made by the republicans
to carry the state, blocked democratic
access in the election Wednesday. But
there need be no discouragement to the
democrats of the rest of the country in
such a defeat. The democrats, while
badly split upon local issues and divided
as to the merits of local candidates, are
united in support of the great cause of
tiriff reform, and on that issue will al
most certainly carry the slate In Novem
ber regardless of what may be the result
Protecting ana I'nrifylna- the llallot.
In the course of a very able paper on
Tairiotism in Politics," published in one
of the magazines for April, Cardinal Gib
"But when the very fountains of legis
lation are polluted by lobbying and other
corrupt means; when the hand of briberv
is extended, and not always in vain, to our
municipal, state and national legislators;
when our law-makers become the pliant
tools of some selfish and greedy capital
ists instead of subserving the Interests of
the people, then, indeed, all patriotic
citizenB have reason to be alarmed about
the future of our country. The man who
would poison the wells and springs of the
land is justly regarded as a human mon
ster, as an enemy of society, and no pun
ishment could be too severe for him. Is be
not as great a criminal who would poison
and pollute the ballot-box, the unfailine
fount and well-spring of our civil
freedom and of eur national life?
The Ark ef the Coyenant was held in the
highest venerition by the children of
Israel, It was the oracle from which
God communicated His will to the peo
ple. Two cherubim with outstretched
wiD(;a were placed over it as sacred
guatdians. Oz was suddenly etrucK
dead for profanely touching it. May we
not, without irreverence.'compare the
Dalle t-box to the ancient ark? Is it not
for cs the oracle of God, because it is the
orac e of the people? God commands us
to ol ey our rulers. It is through the bal
lot box that our rulers are proclaimed to
us; therefore, its voice should be ac
cepted as the voice of God. Let j ustice
and 1 ruth, like twin cherubs, guard this
sacred instrument. Let him who lays
profi.ne hand upon it be made to feel
that be is guilty of a grievous offense
agaic st the stability of government, the
peact: of society, and the majesty of
Th3 Australian systcn of voting, and
which in one form or another has been
already adopted by SO states, and which
was tested in Illinois for the first time
Tuesday, promises to preserve the ballot
box from desecration; but thus far no ef fective
means has been discovered of pre
vents g the bribery of public officials, as
the Dubuque Telegraph considers. The
punishment of offenders hs not done so,
for despite the fate of the members of
congress identified with the Credit Mo-
bilier scandal, and the death of Tweed in
prison and the flight of his associates,
"Doodling" has since been common. Even
within the past few weeks 10 Chicago
aJdern.en have been indicted for accepting
money to vote franchises to
certain corporations. No safeguard
which it is within the power of legisla
tion te provide is see mingly capable of
repressing the evil; and the conclu
sion is unavoidable that until the public
mind l as been educated to a better un
derstanding of the peril to free institu
tions involved in the crime, and the pop
ular ce nscience aroused to a greater ab
horrence of it, batrayal of public trust,
induce 1 by bribes offered and accepted,
will be apt to continue."
STATE EXLAItPJlKSiT , A. It.
And 7omans Relief Corps, Spring-
field, III., ArRTL 68, 1892.
For the above occasion the "Burlington
Route.' C., B. & Q. R. It., will sell
tickets from all points in Illinois at one
fare for the round trip; good going April
5 to 8, inclusiye, returning to and includ
ing Apiil 9.
On April 6 the Ohio & Mississippi R.
R. will run a special train from Beards
town to Springfield, connecting with our
train leaving Rock Island at 2:55 p. m.,
and which will arrive at Springfield at 10
p. m.; returning, on April 8 a special
train will leave Springfield at 10:15 p.m ,
connecting with our train leaving Beards-
town at 13:43 a. m., arriving at Hock
Island tt 6:40 a. m.
For f inner information apply to any
agent or address
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INTERVIEW ON THE SUBJECT OF
A Brooklyn Principal Talks Freely on
the Methods of Whipping Bodily Pun
ishment Has a Salutary Effect on Com
. Wayward Children.
A recent circumstance hits called no the
sore subject of corporal punishment in the
public schools. Huing desirous of learning
whether such punishment existed, and if
so to what extent, I called on the principal
of school Xa 3, Mr. Benjamin Y. Conklin.
at his residence. It is distinctly due that
person to state that ho not only did not
seek to evade the questions which were put
to him, but that he sought, ou the con
trary, to give whatever information he
could concerning such punishment. He
evidently realized that public schools were
pnblic property, and as such liable at any
time to be called to account. The follow
ing questions were asked and answered in
"Is it true that cornoral minislimpnr. i
Inflicted in the public schools?" "It is."
was the reply of the principal.
is such punishment exceptional, or is
it inflicted in all the schools?" "It is in
flicted in all the schools."
"Is it inflicted in Xa 3. of which, sir. vou
are the principal?" "It is," he frankly ad
mitted. "Is such punishment of duilv occur
rence?" "Hardly. I do just as little of it
as I can."
"What does this punishment consist in?"
In the use of the rattan."
"Is a child ever punished about tha
'Is a chi Id 'h ear e ver kneaded or knuckled-
Are boys ever triced od or the thumbs
and whipped?" "Never."
Has a child ever been Dnnished in vour
school. No. 8, to the injury of the child?"
'Hot to my Knowledge."
"Has such a complaint ever been made
to you ?" "I cannot recall it."
Is a child ever forced to submit to tun-
"Is there still in use now, as formerly.
any such instrument as the "whipping
stool.' in which children were strapped and
wnippeu, as at tne v alworth street school,
where such instrumeut of torture was
used up to within three orfonr yearsago?"
-Not that i know or," said the headmaster.
"In case a child does resist and refuse to
submit to corporal correction, even at your
nanas, wnat course, Air. Conk no, do rou
then pursue?" "I punish them."
hat arechildren punished for?" "Dis
'For anything else?" "Xa"
"Ever punished for being law or repeat
edly late, or missing their lessons or re
peatedly missing them?" I asked. "No,"
was the answer.
"Do parents ever request you to punish
their children?" "Sometimes."
"Do they ever forbid you to punish
them?" "They do."
"Are children punished by you privately
or in the presence of witnesses?" "Pri
"Are girls ever obliged to take corporal
correction?" "Never to my knowledge."
"Are the same set of children punished
over and over again?" "They are."
"Does not that fact argue against the
practical effects of such punishment?" "1
think not." said the principal.
"Do Iwys laugh at it or lav it to heart?
Does it harden them into greater obduracy
or breed better behavior iu them?" "1
think the effect is salutary."
"Have you ever heard of a principal in
the public schools of Brooklyn whose meth
od of punishment is to tell boys to pick up
a pin and then slash tliem skin tight as
they bend over?" "I have not."
"What won hi you think of such a de
graded and degrading form of correctional
deceit? Would you not despise the cheat
that practiced it?" "1 would, most certain
ly," replied the principal.
KTHlt'S )K THRASHING.
"Is not fear in your judgment an ignoble
motive to foster in a child as a principle of
action, and can any good aud lasting bet
ternessever be produced by such methods?"
"Fear is ignoble." said Mr. Conklin, "and
SO is Imd lu-havior. There are some people
who live in the skin and can only be ap
pealed to through the senses."
"And you think you are the person au
thorized to do it?" 'I do."
"Suppose these saniechildren were grown
np men and still behaving just as badly,
would you strike them?" "Certainly not."
"Pray, why not?" "Because they are old
enough to take care of themselves." "And
might thrash you beside, Mr. Conklin?"
1 added. "But, as a matter of fact, they
are still behaving badly, with only this ex
ception, that they are, by all odds, behav
ing worse than they did when children by
as much as age breeds accountability. You
dare not strike those same toys as men.
Bnt you do dare to strike them as little,
soft Ixmed baby boys, because they are
helpless aud in your power and cannot
strike back.' Is not that the only real de
fense?" "I dou't think so." replied the
"Do you justify or condemn such pun
ishment?" "I condemn it utterly."
"Now, Mr. Conklin, let me press you as
the priucipal of this school a little more
closely. What, distinctly, is the punishing
power conferred upon you as priucipal of
this school?" "It is discretionary with my
aelf." "Do you derive yoar right to punish
children corporally from any law, aud if so
what law?" "There is no law, I think,
that provides for such punishment by a
school principal," said the principal.
"What, then, do you derive it from?
Usance?" "Yes, simply from allowance."
"Suppose a civil action was brought
against you for assault by the parents or
guardians of a child, what valid defense
could you interpose?" "The courts have
more than once sustained reasonable pun
ishment, where it was clearly shown to be
"Suppose a child with heart disease,
head trouble, hallucination or a huudred
kind reel disorders dropped dead, fainted,
fell iu fits or went into convulsions under
the rattan, what do you think the parents
of such child could hold you for!''' "I have
not considered that question?"
"Would you send your own child to a
school of any kind where corporal puuish
nient was inflicted by class teachers who
are iu some instances wlmittwlly bot li iu
competent and irresponsible?" "1 would
"Are not the most successful teachers
invariably those who govern their classes
by personally attaching their scholars to
them through kind aud courteous treat
ment?" "Invariably." aid the principal.
"That school is best governed that is least
governed. 1 often send children home to lie
punished, and I often ask boys if they do
not feel ashamed to put me in a position
where 1 am obliged to punish tbem. 1 am
heartily tired of it. But what shall take
iU place?" Brooklyn Kagle.
Cloth Top and Pat
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