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Review (Newspaper) - September 30, 1882, Decatur, Illinois THE MORNING REVIEW. VOL. IV. DECATUR, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882, 331 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For TnwiiriT ALFRED OIIKNIHIIIFF, of Fur HaiMTiutomltmt of Public I I1KSUY ofHt liui. KurCouitnxwiniiii lltti Dintru t, ADLAI K HTKVESSON, c.f .Mi I.CMII. ForHoimtur-aith Dintnrt 8AM U EL 8. JACK >'ur a'lli A. M. MILLUt. lUCHAltU F. TKMl'LEMAN. CASSITOC. CLARK. For County HENRY W. WAGHONEit. For Sheriff, 18AAC W.KHUMAN. For County Tn-amircr JOSEPH RAV. For JOHN D1NNKKN. Itor County Hupt, of JOHN TltAINElt. HON. A. E. STEVENSOS, democratic candidate for congress, will address the people of Macon county on the politizal questions of the day ut the following times and places: Pecattir, Monday evening Oct. 10 Blue Mound, Tuesday afternoon, Oct 17. Macon, Tuesday evening, Oct. 17. Mt Zion Wednesday evening, Oct. 18. Argenta, Thursday evening, Oct., Niantic, Friday evening, Oct, 20th. Maroa, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 21. Other appointments will probably be made for afternoon meetings dur- ing the same week. HOV A. K STKVKSiHOSi AT I-K HOY-AX Hl-KUrll. Hon. A. E. Stevenson, democratic candidate for congress in dis- trict, epoko to the people of npon tho political issues in the pro- sent campaign on Saturday night. Tho Bloomington of- Monilay morning, which ii a republi- can paper gives tho following synopsis of the speech. Mr. Stevenson opened hiH remarks debt, cannot in its present form extend beyond tho payment of that debt. Houco the question arises: Shall the debt be paid or made per petual, as a foundation for our na- tional banking system 1 Of our na tionnl dobt near fivo hundred and fifty millions represented by !5i per cent bonds, arc now payable ill tho option of tho government. Two hundred and (ifty millions of 4J per cent, bonds are payable after tho year 1890, while tho residue of nu tional indoLtxlnesR, represented by 4 per cent, bunds luid aggregating about seven hundred and forty millions, will become payable by tho year 1907. Now, what tthull bo the policy of our government Shall the national debt bo fitudeil and virtually be mado permanent, as is the na- tional debt of England? or shall the surplus revenues of the government be applied towards its Upon this question I stand now, iis I have in tho past, in favor of apply- ing every dollar of surplus revenues toward tho payment of our bonded debt. I can hardly believe that the American pooplu with surplus re venues amounting to one hundred und fifty millions of dollars por annum, will over consent to tho establishment of a permanent dobt. The payment, tien, of the national debt, as wo are ablo to moot it from our surplus revenues, and as it ma- tures, will nocobbitate tho retirement of tho national buuk circulation. These are facts that must besquuroly mot. National banks as banks of issue cannot onduro permanently unless wo make permanent our nu tional dobt. They may continue to exist, performing all tho functions of banks having _tho same powers and privileges of "other banking cor porations; but with tho full payment of our bonded dobt, their circulation must of necessity be retired. From this there can bo no escape. Wo huvo recently passed through a depression in business almost uu paralleled iu our history. have witnessed a shrinkage in nil values, a general paralysis of business, grout 18G1, the beginning of tho war. Th "Morrill tariff bill" was then adppte roviden, First, Against all discriminations n freight rates charges between ndividuals, and requires like ser- icos to bo rendered to all persons or like eompensfttioii. Second, It jjrohibitB tho allow nco of rebates and drawbacks in all ason as one of the means of prevent- ,g unjust discriminations. Third, It prohibits tho pooling of roight by different railroads so as to ecuro to the general public the ben- fits of competition in freight charges IK! us u means of limiting and ro -raining tho monopoly powers of lilroads. Mr. Stevenson next passed to a dis iission of the necessity for civil ser ice reform in the government, and Etdr showing that the one hundred nd two thousand foderal office alders were selected because of par service rendered, und comment- ng npon the evils which necessarily ssult from such a system, declared lat the only teat for employment uder the hou- sty and efficiency. This position as sustained by extracts from the )eochea of Senator Davis and Dan- 1 Webster. He also referred at omo length to the Hubbell as ossmont scheme by which 2 per ent. of tho salaries of tho employes E tho government were demanded or political purposes. This enor- nous fund ho said was intended to e used to control the elections. His .rcular was simply a demand ou the ierks in the departments to pay this ssossment or surrenc er their posi- ious. Such a scheme to raise a cor uption fund to control elections iiorita tho hearty condemnation of very lover of his country. Tho poaker then closed by referring to je dangers which at different per- ods of our history have threatened jo poace of our country, by our wde of electing tho president and ice president of tho United States. le agrood with tho statement of Mr. JontoD, mado fifty years ago, that lie great poril wo had to apprehend vas n disputed succession in the Dresidoncy. Three times in our his- ory has this question arisen 1800 ictween Mr. Jefferson and Mr. Burr; n 1824, between Mr. Jackson and ilr. Adams; and in 187C, between Mr. Hayes and Mr. Tilden, and that even n the lust presidential contest the 'ote of the stato of Georgia was not lountod because of an informality, iravo complications might have wison had the result depended upon he vote of tho state of Georgia as it lid upon that of Louisiana in the ireceding election. Ho agreed with ilr. Benton that tho federal constitu- ,ion should bo so amended as to pro- for the abolition of the electoral colleges and the election of our chief magistrate by tho direct vote of the )ooplo. opera, Houuae- _o---- Wi: KB I) AY OC TO HE It 4TH, Fourth HOiibon of the Klerlric biicceBH1 Louis Aldrich AND Ciias.T. Parsloe in the most Fdinoim and Voworfol Aincnrmi Drama, in Four Aetn, untitlud MY PARTNER BV 1UUTJL.KY CAMPBELL, ESQ. thut miulti thufatiHMif its author in u nitfht, find IH, by uddn, the IIKSI of American LifoyH Bct'ii upon -N. V. llnnlil. "A mtnplo btory of tho Hut not of fight, nr HIIVIW brave, I Jut of u lovo OB ton Jer, t rue, AH oror knight tu Iiuly PKKBKNTKD BY THE SAM K ONE GRET OB6ANIZATION, 1 0 0 (i T I M E S 3 wnii HIE UNVARYING sunms HATS. HATS. That H Perfect Performance JIV TIIIK Superb STAR Company! MH.A. XABHIHKIK MJt. A. G. 'J'HOMAB. AUvancu I Pnimlitr I'ricoH in, CO uud 75 ccntH. cntr. of HtmtH will Momtuy loiiutiK Oct, Uini. ut CurtiH ifctJo.'M Of'KBA. HOUSK. ONE N1UHT ONLY, Monday, October 2nd. THE GREAT 1 Tho World Kouowmxl 1'ltESTIDIGITA.TEUit' MLLE. ADDIE Anil MB European SPECIALTY COMPANY UmliT tlin of W. II. MOUTON, lu- ilndiiiK tho Originator, the Inventor, ouly 1C. 3> DA. VIS Tho I'roimi'r YctitnlotiuJHt of tho World, with dm lulkiiiK fitfurt'H, "Tom taul tJio rained Jiiimiiowo I'rinw, Awata Katsnoshin The Hoy at IllnaioniBtfl, Messrs. HOWELL DARVIN HBioM 51) uml 115 rt'ntfi. lEoHonod mi tfulo ill Curliti Cu.'a without ultra I hnreo. IF THIS MudETS The Eye of Anyone the present time or in the near future, desire to know just where to purchase any kind of goods for Keep- ing house.and where you can receive Real Value for every dollar you ex- pend. JLI :D D L E' B Is the place, Court House Block, 4 Mammoth Store Rooms, each 130 Feet long filled with the Best and Cheap- est J. R. RACE CO. HEADQUARTERS For all the Latest Styles of nob- by stiff hats and all grades of soft Hats and Turban Capsf and Children's styles. Choice line of Flat best to be found in the City, for 50c each. ALSO, ALL KINDS OF NECK WARE. CALL AND SEE. J. R. RACE CO. t 28iliwtr WANTED JOHN IRWIN'S White Front, P. O. Block, The oxtreme pleasure of perfectly fitting CHILEEN, From 4 to 10 years of age, with Elegant and Nobby Suits, at Extremely Low Prices. BOY S GOOD And Substantial School Suit.H sarios of lite. With our surplus rev enue we can well afford to place sul and sugar upon the free list and re dnoo the tariff npon all the farming implements, cotton and woolen good to the standard established by Mr Secretary Walker, to which 1 have referred. Tbo present congress, after virtually abdicating its powers and declaring its inability to grap- ple with this question by appointing a commission of nine persons outside of that body to report what changes were necessary in tho taritf, passed a bill by which they increased the tax 50 per cent on knit Roods. This indicates unmistakably the relief the people are to expect at the hands of the party in power. After a further dincussion of the tariff question and showing Unit the MAKKKT IIKI'OKT. Chicago, Sept. 29. Sept; 93J Oct; 94 Nov; 921 58JOct; C8J Nov; CSgYearj 67g May. Sept.; 31J Oct; 31J Nov; 31 year; May. PORK- Aug.; 21.52J Sept.; 21.52J Oct; 20.92J Nov. IjAKD._-----Aug; 12.75 Sept; 12.75 Oct; 12.30 Nov. UNION STOCK YAIiDS. receiots, shipments, 5718; Light hogs, 18.50; mixed, heavy, Cattle receipts, NEW Yonic, Sept. 29. Sept; 1.05g Oct.; 1.07i Nov; 1.08} Dec; 1.05J Year. Sept; 66g Oct.; 64 Nov; 63j Dec; 581 Year. YOUTHS WITH THE Latest Novelties in SuitingH, the Most Artintic Manner. Made and Trimmed in DINING KOOM FUKNITUBE, BICH I'AltLOK SUITS, WARDROBES. BO'JK CASES, DKSES, LOIW6K8, EASY CHAIRS, PILLOWS, Etc. COOKING STOVES For Goal and Wood, all Warranted. Obina. and Glass Goods, Queensware and Lamps Hull's Vapor Stoves, Absolutely tLo beat Gasoline Burner iu use anywhere, at prices GREATLY BE- DDOED. Goods carefully packed and ship- ped without extra charge. grlt will be to the interest of ail to see this stock of desirable goods. MASON FRUIT JARS Quarto and Half 1.OOO MEN WITH Suits to Please them, ranging in price from to t50 The very Largest line of New Goods in the city to select from A Novel and Handsome Chromo Presented to each customer purchasing goods to the amount of fi. JOHN IRWIN, P.O. Block. Toledo, Sept. 29. 9CJ Sept. Oct 971 Nov: 98 Dec; 96J year. Ooim-65 Sept; 61J Oct; 67 Nov; Dec; year. THE BIG SHOE STORE 13 East Main St. through to 9 Water at. B. LIDDLE, COUBT HOUSE BLOCK; m mm AND Largest Slock, Best Prices.; et3 OO eeat NEWSPAPER!
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