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   Review (Newspaper) - November 21, 1882, Decatur, Illinois                               THE MORNING REVIEW. VOL. V. DECATUR, ILL.. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1882. TALMAOE calls whisperers, "ped dlen of night shade, peddlers ol Canada thistles, peddlers of nnx Hos. GROVER CLEVELAHD, the popu- lar governor elect of New York, was onceanowsboy in New York city. Boya, take courage! "How long, Oh how will the Republican and the bosses oppose giv- ing justice to the voters of thn 1st ward by a recount LET us have a free vote and a cor- rect count We have not heard of a single democrat that objects to a re- count of the votes of the 1st ward. IN- 1866, when Heister Olyraer, democrat, was defeated for governor of Pennsylvania, Dr. Jacob A Scheetz, of Reading, made a vow he would quit chewing tobacco until a democrat was elected governor. When thoroughly convinced Fat tison was elected, lie took a good big chew. The Philadelphia Tunes says that the next congress will be demo- cratic, Clerk McPhereon will doubt- less give way to Rainey, the colored brother, for the clerkship. Mc- Pherson wants it only when there is a majority to elect. He is for the colored brother all the time when empty hotiors are handed around.'' MRS. of Harrisbnrg, Pa, put a large bottle of wine in her cellar when James Buchanan was elected president, at the time re- marking that it would not be opened until Pennsylvania had elected a democratic governor. The bottle place was recently brought from its hiding and heartily enjoyed THE Republuan appears to think that it is Dr. Miller who is pushing the matter of a recount in the 1st ward. Neither Dr. Miller, Mr. Templeman nor any other demo- cratic candidate wants an office to which lie has not besn elected. The democrats of Mae >a couuty d> want to have all the votes counted that were cast for their candidates. CHARLEY WHITAKER, of the Ma- comb Eagle gives some good advice to the democrats of this ptate on fpnee building. He says. advice to democracy in Illinois: Build your political fences higher as soon as possible. There IB a swarthy and breechy fellow in this state named John A. Logan, and he has been terribly sick ever since the democratic cyclone swept over the country. As boon as he is able to riJly from the severe shoes he will be looking around for an opportun ity to jump into the democratic party. Keep up your fences! The democratic party can't stand Ben Bntlor and John A. Logan at the same time. In the name of "all the Gods in Israel" keep John Logan out of the democratic party. To let him in would and mm the whole democracy, and would no doubt drive two thirds of the demo crats over to the prohibition party." THE Republican has got an opinion. Good lordy! Can it stand the pressure0 Ic thinks that there would be great danger in having a recount of the 1st ward vote, except through the forms of an expensive election contest. It does not deny the probability of an error It does not intimate that any change in the result would be made. All that ap- pears to be wanting is the consent of the republican bosses and Mi'. Wood, county treasurer. The more this matter is discussed, the more certain the people become that there is an error. Suppose the contest was close and the republican candidates were declared elected by majorities of twenty! With this evident error in the 1st ward, the RepMcan would still be clamoring against a recount. Had the democratic nominees been elected by similarly small majorities, the Republican still oppose a recount T It would then have fairly howled abontihe -great this- they want itncnfeb the manner "So not It appeal's to have been tho policy of the _ state house people to have the tickets printed, with the word duly, on the proposition to ap- propriate money for tW" 'completion of tho state house. Tho regular re- publican ticket of this county was so printed. Mr. Oberly had noth- ing to do with printing the tickets for the different counties, and no matter how anxious he may have been for the appropriation to pass, ae could not consistently or honestly ask that the tickets be printed with ;he word "for" alone. There is too much of this effort to fool the people. We should have a proposition fairly wesented, and no matter how worthy ,he object, if the people vote against t, the minority should be satisfied. tlr. Oberly did just right in not ad rising that the tickets should bo >rinted in a form other than that corresponding with the law, and cal- culated to get a fair expression of the ientiment of the people. OTDTMI, in baft and by tie can, constantly cm- btkod at RMMu tt -ik'-i t-f Htate Appropriation. The tickets furnished by the repub lican state central committee very generally printed with only tne word opposite the state house appropriation. The Springfield peo- ple, democrats as well as republicans, are cursing John H Oberly, chairman of the democratic state central com mittee, because he insisted on print- ing both "for" and "against" on his party's and thus defeated tho appropriation Being Sociable. Some people display wonderful tact for unsociability. It is not so much by their silence, their modesty or their re- serve, as by a peculiar disposition they indefinable atmosphere in which they envelop themselves so as to repel the advances and resist the invita- tions of others Indeed, silence is not inconsistent social feelings, and those who say little and listen much and well ate always popular society. It was Hiss Edgeworth after talking with cbaraimg and incessant volubility to a deaf mute for :in hour, remarked that he was the most intelli- gent and interesting person "lie ever met Oftentimes those who tulk most have the least real sociabilitj. Their hides their utter want of tf-eliug and personal sympathy. 'Iheii prattle is purely selfish, mechanical and cold. Volubility and vacancy teem to be nat- urally related to each other, and often- times the tongue is the substitute for thought instead of its organ. Sociabili- ty and loquacity may coexist in the same person; but geneially the one who talks the most thinks and feels the least. True, sociability is a mattei of senti- ment, of mind, of character, rather than of words. It comes from a surplus of sympathy, of kind feelings, of personal regards, of contagious interest in things and thoughts. Jt is the overflow of the generous and qualities of the heart, those which make us social beings, those which bind us most closely and tenderly toothers and to the family to which we belong. Alt real interest in others, all quick ami generous sympathy, all desire to communicate with others, and share in their experiences, and par- ticipate in their life, enter as constituents into a true sociability. The Gamins' Game. IChicagoNens} At about eleven o'clock this moining a little newsboy dodged out of board of trade alley and neut light under the heels of a spirited horse attached to a stylish buggy. He was knocked down and the wheels passed over him. A yell went up, a crowd gatheied, nnd in a couple cf seconds the lad was the center of a group of indignant citi- zens, who demanded the immediate an- nihilation of the man in the buggy, who drew up his horse, jumped out, and, ap- parently filled with sorrow, approached the howling gamin to ascertain the ex- tent of his injuries. "Is there anything I can do for you, my poor exclaimed the gentleman as he bent over the yelling arab. me a came the an- swer in tones which welled up from the billowy depths of an ocean of sobs. A roll of bills was hauled by the gen- tleman from his pocket, and a "V" placed in the hand of the boy, who ap- peared at once to regain full energy, and leaping to his feet, he went down the alley with a cipvd, yclliiig "Divvy 1" close to his heels. The gentleman entered his carriage and drove off, while the other gamins nround the board of trade resolved themselves into a committee who are to take turns in being run over, and give proper bonds to "wnack up." Paying Ibc Doctor. A stranger journeying in France fell side unto death; his friends called in a physician who demurred about giving his professional services, fearing the wherewithal might not be forthcoming to settle his bill. The friend, producing a hundred franc bill, said: "Kill him or cure him, this ia yours." The rick man died and wan buried and the Doctor, finding hia money slow to appear, reminded the survivor of the debt. "Did yon cure he asked. "No, sir." "Did you kill "Certainly "Ihen yon have no claim on me, sir; I wUh you good day." t'cnuMjUuniu Klcctuu. HAKBISBURO, November :otal vote for governor at the recent election as received at the state de partment was as follows: Pattison, democrat, Beaver, republi- can, Stewart, independent, 18, 743; Armstrong, greenback and abor, Pettit, prohibitionist, Total vote, Patti son's plurality, This is tho gebt vote ever polled in the s tate with the exception of the presiden- tial contests of 187G and 1880 Jones reminds one of the tellow who was pitched from his horse, and who, on being asked why he came down HO quickly, replied, "Did you see any- thing up in the air for me to hold on Sfltlnjp, THE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Heed Weak. NEW YORK, November iowAVeed is very weak nnd declines nourishment Visitors are forbidden to see him. The condition of Samuel G. Court- ney is changed for tho woise. "4 tjflTl Irclam! LONDON-, November tho Commons, Trevelyau, the Chief Sec retary for Ireland, informed thet house that the 1'aruell Unions in tho western part of Ireland hfld been or- dered to relieve tho distressed people, and the local government boaul bad instructed the inspectors to see that the arrangements were sufficient and tho relief measures not interfered with for want of funds. SATIOK.lt IFAfiUF. TLLSK, November thou sand persons attended the meeting of the Irish National Leagueyesteiday. Among tho speakers were Sullivan ind O'Kelly, members of parliament. The latter referred to what he called ;he efforts of Davitt to split the I'ish saity and said they were tantamount x> stabbing Ireland in t he back. He threatened to resign his seat if the 3ounty wavered in its allegiance to Parnoll. He advised the farmers to ;ake advantage of the arrears of rent act. Votes of confidence in the speak- ers were carried. The Mtilcx .tlurdrr CHICAGO, November trial of Theresa Stewart, tho dibreputable woman who shot and killed Charles Stiles, culler on the Call Board, last July, began in the criminal court this rnorfiing DETKOIT, Mich., November '20 5re this morning destroyed Heck Vieson's planing mill, in the eastern pail of the city. Loss, SlO.flni) The insurance is small. _-------. _ The lEiiiini-i-H NFW YORK, November 20 and Myers, the runners, will have a three-quarter railo contest Thanks- giving day. Annual NEW YOKK, November er clear and cold. Another brilliant auroral display last night. WASHINGTON, D. C, November 20. !ol. Milton Cogswell, retired army officer and deputy governor of'tho Soldiers' Home pf.this city, died sud.- denly this apoplexy, 8ECDET1R7 OEAKDLKB received a dispatch this' morning stating that United States steamship Pipsic, on which it was hoped to bring the remains of John Howard Payne, from Tunis, had left Palermo, Italy, for Lisbon. The -vessel, therefore, cannot convov the remaius. It is not known what action Mr. Corcoran, who desires to bring the remains tathis city_, will take. Secre taiy Chandler, in 'conversation this morning said he bed practically de- termided not to act upon the new naval regulations until after their revision by the new board, which he expec edfioon to 'appoint. Charges had been madetbat the .regulations discriminate iu favor of certain offi- cers. The Garfieid Board of Attffit this morning made but little progress. S President mission, -who IB in fhe "city, "Says, notwithstanding the newspapers to the contrary, the commission had been doing good work, which would be recognized when the report is submitted to congress. It is under- stood the draft of a bill covering charges in fhe tariff which the com- mission think necessary will also be submitted to congress. THE JEAXEirE COUBT this morning heard Melville respect- ing the search for De Long He do-, tailed the wanderings of the party and incidentally referred to their starving, freezing "condition, saying that they .lived on bones and. .other offal found in thedeserted huts. The narrative was tiniversally-intoresting, out the details'" developed no'new facts, THE CHINESE It is stated at the Chinese lega- tion to day that there is no founda- tion for the statement that the Chi- nese minister and suite will be withdrawn from the United States on account of the recent legislation re- stricting Chinese immigration. 'The I Novemder crop of candidates for the speaker ship of the nest house continues to I grow. Carlisle of Kentucky, "till stands al the head of tho list, but there are at least a dozen who may be counted as struggling for that honor. Probably the real intention in many of these cases is controlling a few votes, and, by trading them in at a proper time, help out the coining man, and by so doing get a moie de- sirable chaiHuanship when the com mittees ate'madejua. Among those who- may menwmfel as candidates are Messrs. Carlisle, Randall, Cox, Springer, Eaton, Holraan, Blount, Morrison, Hurd, Tucker, and more coming. Of course there aro not more than three or four of these who can be said to stand any show except by w.iy of compromise; still nearly all of them are already entering upon a canvass for the place, and that over a year before tho tuna for election Converse, of Ohio, whose name should have been iniluded in the list, is said to have recently declared himself for Randall. friends of the last mentioned gentleman are ery confident that hq controls, al-j ready, the whole mattor and is as good as electad now. j Ntute KF.I-OHT CHICAGO, Nov. 20. WHEAT-------Nov; 93i Dec; i Year; May. Nov; Dec; Jan; Year; 55J May. 353 Nov; Dee; 34g Jan: 3oi year; May. Nov.; 1735 Dec; Jan "Oct; 11.25 Nov.; 10.78 Dpf; 1065 Jan i CSIOS STOrK YUIDS. shipments, Live ho'gs, SG.70; mixed, heavy, Cattle receipts. 4600. NEW YORK, Nov. W. 1 Nov; Dec; 110] Jan; 107g Year. CoRu-84g Nov; 791 Dec; G63 Jan; 79J Year. TOLEDO, Nov 20. Nov.- Dec; 1OOJ Jan; 98J year. COBS------Oct; 70 Nov; Dec; 54J Jan; 574 year; May. McLeansboro is to have a new paper. The Congregationalists have com manced a new church at Toulon The vein of coal found at Virginia proves to be forty inches thick and of good quality. The Burlington Ohio Kiver rail- road has secured the right of way through Schuyler county. Aehonorof small pebbles, which lasted fifteen minutes, is said to have fallen recently in Watseko. Fifty-five trains aro said to arrive and depart paily at Litctiueld, and its railroad business is declared to have nearly doubled in two years. Silas Kessmger, an old citizen of Litchh'eld, came to his death by a sin- gular accident a few days since. A iieavy box, he was lifting from 11 wagon, overbalanced and fell upon him. breaking his neck and causing j almost instant deaili. Johu Humphrey, one of the oldest i citizeLsof DeWitt Fri I day morning at the age 87 years; his' iged wife and two children surviving him. He was the father of eleven ihildren, uiie of whom died of con Rimption jSo was quite wealthy. A very simple confidence game is being practiced in tne outskirts of Cairo with remunerative effect. Several well dressed individuals, having all the mechanical appliances for a lottery drawing at short notice, sell chances at each in an imag inary drawing, the ticket holder invariably securing an elegant gold watch, carpet or purse of gold. A corticate is then issued to the party, which declares that the priro will be received in thirty days from date of drawing. Thus far they have dodged the police. Over one hundred tickets have been disposed of at each. I--? rt) P X P W o ?S M K y> ATTENTION! We Lave fully made up our mind not to keep over after Janu- ary, a single Overcoat or Winter Garment, now stock, if Low Prices can make them go. in The nobbiest of nobby Suits and anil Overcoats for Men. The Finest and nicest styles of Fats to he found in the laud. The Largest Assortment of Underwear and Hosiery. Such is onr Complete Winter Stock to be sold at prices which we guarantee inside of the cheapest. Money can be saved iu MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Imported and Domestic Fabrics cat into suits after the Latest Fashion, with the best of trimmings, at PRICES WHICH _ DECATUK'S ONE-PRICE Merchant Tailoring- Estab'nt, i HEADQUARTERS ------FOft------ CLOT HINC! OF ALL We have without .1 tloulit llie bUnk GF FINE OVERCOATS AND SUITS H fo i in t'n mtv, n t vi what we say. Overcoats from the cheapest to the best. Our line of Suits well worth Boeing before von make your pui'chaw. ftive us a call an d Guarantee Satisfaction! in the Ou line of ?10 00 Cashmere Suits is worth inspection. See them before purehas ing elsewhere. Give us a onll We guarantee satisfaction. J. R. RACE CO. Sept JOHN IRWIN'S DRESS SUITS, BUSINESS SUITS, NOBBY SUITS, YOUTH'S SUITS, BOY'S SUITS, CHILDREN'S SUITS, AT LOW PRICES. SHORT PAN T.S, LONG JPANTS, WIDE PANTOS, PIPE. STEM PANTS OF EVERY HUE, PANTS FOR WORKING MEN, MNA A1 JOHN IRWIN'S. P. 0. Block, _____________WHITE FRONT, Decatur, III SQUARE. FLEUJRY The French Cutter, THE BIO SHOE STORE 13 Bast' Main St, th tough fo 9 Watef Jf Largest Slock f Best Goods, Lti west .Prices. cfc OO- jit KWSPAPLR iWSPAPfc.RI   

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