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SATURDAY BEPT. 12, 1BU.
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Democratic Stato Ticket.
l"or Stato Trcamrcr
Vor Huverintcndcnt ol Public Instruction
S. M. KTTUIt.
Kor Congrc. Eighteenth District,
Kor I!rnrcmtnilvc Klfllctli D.'Mricf,
FOUNTAIN li. jt.Jjititi"Jf
FmsT Tho restoration ol irold and sliver
as the basis ol the currency ; tho resumption
ol specie payments us toon as possible with
out disaster to tho Wines ot the country,
by steadily opposing Inflation tind by the
payment of the national Indebtedness In the
money ot tho civilized world.
!f.com Frco commerce; notatllTforiiny
other purpose but revenue.
Tiujid Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary lawi.
I ouitTii Tho right and duty of the
Stato to protect its citizen from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Firm ltigld restriction ot the Govern
ment, both Stato and National, to tho legit
imate domain of political rower bv cxclud
lng therefrom all cxecutlvo and lrgltlatlvu
lniersicuuung with tho affairs of society
wneronr monopolies are foiitercd, prlsll
edged dascs aggrandized, and fndlsldua
frendom unnecessarily anil opprcMvoly
Tho following Central Committco
was appointed by tho Republican con
gressional oonvontion that mot nt
Mound City, August 13, 1871 :
Alexander county, U. W. aicKtah? :
Jack.on, Benj. L. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. Aldcn;
Jlamc, Henry Armstrong :
Perry, S. J. Parks :
Pope, II. 1). Baker ;
PulaiU, Oeorgo W. Mortr., Mr.:
Kandolph, D. K. Monasters!
Union, It. 11 minion ;
Wllliamion, Milo Erwin.
Tho following Contral,. Qommittco
was appointed by tho llopublican You-
ventjon ol tho Fjtfioth eonatoriaJ ilia
trict, hold at mound City, Auguut JU,
Alexandor county, K. H. 'Walbrldr-o:
Jackson, Kzra U.Pellatt:
Union, T. II. Phillips.
At tho Domooratio couirrcstional
convention, held at Anua, Scptombcr
3, 1S7J, tbo folfowing Central Cora
mitteo for tho Eighteenth district was
Kandolph, Uovorly AViltshlro:
Porry, JJ. li, Kuihcrj '
Wllliamion, O. W. Ooddsrd i
Jackson, O. W. Androws j
Union, Hugh Andrews:
Johnson, 1. N. J'lerco;
Jfwiac. J. W. Thrift :
Pope, 1). U. PI Id ;
Pulaski, Obed Jidson;
Aloxundor, John 11. Obnrly ,
At lrce, Judgo i Broil, Cairo.
Tho following oxooutive committco
for Union -county yrnB appointed by
tho Democratic county convention that
-met So .JonoabOro, August 2 lj h'871
JudL'8 II. (J. Cruwfor,!
). U. Kroh :
O, P. Hill.
Tho lollowing Htnto committco was
nppoiuted by tho Oemocratio-OppoHi-ti6n
convention, at Springfield, Auuust
lit District, Egbert Jameson, Chicaco
"r,'Ct' A ' Oonb
?Ji!tT,?X' ' ,,f - WInton, Ohicaco
S V, ,trict' A.V- """int'ton.Genova'
6 h Dittrict, Ym. Wright. Procport.
C h District, J. 8. Drako, Kock Iiland.
I h "AVI?; U5S- yt; ttlnM' 0ltsw
l.acon Ulct' Va,hlKton K. Cook,
Oth'Diitrict Ohai. P. King, Poorla.
llth District. J. it. Timl, T'.ticn..i.i b
ri. 7. "udiu.
loth Hiurict, N. O.
J6th Hl.trlct, O. D. Hoile., Orecnvllle
7th DUXTict, W. II. Kromo, Edward.!
18th I) htrlet, W. II. Oren, Cairo.
19th Witrlct, Jamca P.itohinion.Olncy.
At Larga, K. II. Jallller, OhlcaKo!
Xovd. K' W TownBcndi bhawnoo
At Urgr, Wm. Urow'n, Jacksonville.
Mr. Urown was elected chairman of
'J'hc following Central Committee
was appointed by the l)0BlM,..u 1"?
vention of Alexander couuty, at Cairo
August 23, 1871: J.airo,
Clear Ureok, Thomas J. iicClnr..
Ooos. . Trtand. O. Owb.w.
Hok Tooth, N. Hun.aeko?.
lUzlewood, James E. ilcOrito,
Tb.Ui, a. U. Kolwlng.
UoltT, W. J. illlford.
uL,lnd?y "d,J"n'i Carroll. '
lToVtb USt0' man, John
Howloy, John HoKan and Hr. 1). Arte.
Tho followlug Central Committee
was appointed by tho Democratlo-Lib-
oral convcnt'.on that met nt Anna,
September 4, 1871, and nominated
candidates for the legislature 4'n tbo
Fiftieth Sonalorhvl District .
Alexander, IJ K Q Lynch.
.Taction, 1' Hlshon, .toseph Cully.
Union, Olivar Hill, T il Ferine
'At Larg, T F Bouton, of Unloa.
The l'ulaski Patriot denies that tho
Clements convention was prematurely
orjnuizcd, and says wa nre untruthful
in making tbo charge. The Patriot is
n uretoner ot tno trutu. ii miuhs
tho convention was a fraud : but what
n tho difference I
The Sun requests us to publish the
law to protect colored children in tho
public school, for which a friond of
ours named Ohorly voted. Wo havo
published ita number of timos. If
Tho Sun wishes it published, it should
You seo, tho man of Tho Sun is so
stupid, and he is also a "fibbor" of
great willingness if of httlo ability. Ho
thoroforo docs not understand tho little
difficulty friendly. like L'apt. Potter
and wc havo been indulging in ; and
moreoverho lies about us just a litlls a
r l.: II.. ..Lr.Airl iln 1TO
J oomplnln? Wd ought to sutler In silence,
mum" will be the word.
" Peace bo with us I" Let this be
tho motto of tho Opposition party of tho
Eighteenth district until attor the elec
tion. Tiik Bulletin forgives every
body ithspes to he forgivotv. Come,
gcntlo enemies; lot us fall upon each
.other's necks, and swear a truco until
;wo havo made tho liltlo political gravu
in which il is meet and proper tbo
Jittlo political Clements should bo put
to rest. Ily our royal right hand wo
arc spoiling to forgivo all thoso who
havo dcspitefully used us, and to ad
dress ourself to tho patriotio duty of
offering up Clements upon tho altar of
tho public good !
That Suum"an says" vi threw up
our hat when Col. Crobs dcolarcd ha
didn't want a niggor to voto for him.
-But wo didn't. Wo took tho declara
tion philosophically. Wo thought ho
had a right to Hot want tho niggers to
yoto for him, and that tho niggers
would bo fools if thoy did. Col.
Crobs is" smart, a '"right smart gontlo
uiau. il o know thoro was not a nig
gor in tho district: that would roto for
him, nnd that he would catch a largo
immher of tho negro-hating votos by
declaring that ho did not waut jicgro
to voto lor him. Ho therefore so do-
olarcd. Tho anti-uiggcr boys cheered
him, and voted for him ; and Crebs
has been happy orer since.
iln. Uonoon, uf Ttw rulaskt Pat
riot, is iudignant, nnd in his indigna
tion assorts that ho has boen a Re-
publican always that ho was a Renub-
lican before he saw tho light of day
f rciifm t t mere. Wo belie vo him,
and would it bo speculating too curi
ously to imagino that ho was a Ropub-
ican oeioro tlio-tlme ho relora to,
wh en, in tho Darwinian dcvulopemout,
ho clung to tho branohos-of tho forests
of4 that day a playful monkoy, or
roamed tho woods braying with delight,!
recognized )y his fellows as oqo
of tho rnoit promising of tho original
or tho jackasses ! If euoh speculations
are too abitruso.det them pass; and bn
it recorded that Corson was, is and
will be a Radical from crown of head
to olo of foot.
TllK Illinois Ktato Jpurnal, copios
tho lato attack mado by Ed. Willed
upon Cairo, and says ;
We can hardly Imaglna why lha writer
should manifel meh tsmpur In writing
about our chltf Keyptlau city, unl.11 h
in. T.cm 01 lta polleo, or hcon
lilt on the head by .omo one who found
uini obi at an unu.ual uour ot the nliht.
.m.,.. iHnou uutrirui tbo Ualrj
llULLKTl.' can explain :
No, we tfan't. Why Ed. Willott
does a mean act wo caunot imacine.
To all ippcaraneoho is an honest iel.
low and truthful man j hut in fact 'ho
is nuither tho onanor tho other. 1 r,.
is uot honont, because to lio honest
would rcuulro ou his part determined
exertion ; and ho is too lazy to exert
iiimseii ; and ho not truthful, be
eauie He is an imaginative wit, and
manufactures his witicisms by indulging
u mo wuoiesaio ana retail telling qf
peculiar lies. ut b moans no harm
i-ic is as maocent as a turtle dove, and
has no malico in his composition. Ho
usod to hvo in Cairo, and played him
self out gently but effectually. Since
which tirao ho has occasionally thrown
at the city a humorous falsehood.
"The grand old Itcpublican part v I
is what it is callod?byvtho outrageously
wuiiuoupiaco ruiaskiii'atriot. Call
it somoOiing else, Coreou. Call it
anything but "tho grand' old llcpubli
can party." Logan has called U that .
Clements has called it that; Colfax'
lulling and lying, haHl called it that ',
Shepherd, cursing and stealing, has
oa l.dJttL.tj Howard, praying aud
robbing, bu called it that ; tho car-pet-baggers,
flatterioK the negro and do
mtating tho South, have called it that ;
romeroy, using cant and dobauchlng
his followers, has called it that ; tho
greatest public robbers of tho country
havo called it that. Thoy havo all
called it thai; and wo do thcroforo
hopo Corsoii will not call it that, Hut
if ho persists, let him ho spotted
watched shadowed. Ho will soon bo
guilty of a incau act. Whcnovor you
meet a man who says ho iulcnds to
stick to the Republican party, no mat
ter what its colruptions may bo and
justifies this determination by declar
ing that the Republican is a grand old
party, bo careful of him ; aud, if you
havo sheep, lock them iu tho barn or
hide them whero they cannot bolound,
Tho Pulaski Patriot says wo neTor
becomo tired of telling tho people that
Mr. Isaao Clements is not a great man.
Whcnovor wo hivo ventured tho
assertion that Mr. Clements is not a
gentleman of transcondant abilities, wa
havo done so in rcsponso io somo friend
of Mr. Ciemouts who has osicrtod his
possesion of a "towering intellect."
Wo do not dosiro to belittlo Mr.
Clement. Wc arc the last person who
would do so. In him wa reooguuo a
Kcnflomm of considerable ability as
a politician. He has boon industrious
In studying the tnothod by which tho
politician wires in and wires out of
difficulties. He lias liuetired at the
footstool of Senator Logan, and has
drawa political wisdom from that
statesman as a baby draws milk from
its mother's breast.
Rut, for all this, Mr. Clements has
not given any cvidonco of tho posses
sion of great abilities, lot tho little ed
itors say what they may. It is truo
ho onco spoko in congress, and in
strueted that body oa the important
question of tho dog-bouyed Grand
Chain of tho Ohio river; but that
specoh did not provo his trreatness. It
is truo that ha voted for t
salary grab, and did so with dolibora
tion, knowing that his constituents
desired him to rote to condomn tho
salary-grab, but this voto did not es
tablish his greatness. It is truo ha
dodgsd tho voto in tho civil rights
bill, to please tho Democrats, and has
pretended to be for the civil rights bill
to pleaBe tho negroes, but this speci-
raau of his political trickery does not
provo his greatness.
ureat Isaao T No ; wo cannot ad-
mit his grcatncs.1, hut we do EiT ti
him credit for the ablo politician's
skill at trickery. Contrasted with
wen, witli torson, ol Iho Pulaski Pat-
not, auu some ot the othor littlo orea-
turos God, for somo inscrutable pur-
pose, permits to edit papers like tho
Patriot Clomonls is great ; but really :
he has not many of tint elements ot
greatness about him. This wo nro im
pelled to say by our earnost dosiro to
conform to the truth, and not because
wo bear to Mr. ClomonU any ill will,
Vo do not. II wo do not love him as
a brother, wo do almost ; and so, peace
bo with him I
Til 13 GKAimUU AND HYPO
CRITE. Mr. Clements must abido by his
record, and thereon must Htand or fall.
Let us eco then what his record is.
r. AVo chargo that his record, proves
htm to boa salary grabborand a polit
Tho record shows that Mr. Clemonts
voted for Hurlbut's.subs(itute for tho
bill of tho special cominittae on salary
grab, which substitute proposed to give
to mombcM of congress 80,000 p.r'an-
num and actual individual cxponses in
going to and returning from Washing-
e know ho claims that this is the
best he could havu doue, but if all con
gressmen had thought bo, Senator
Conklin's repealing bill would not have
Ti... 11. ..11.... 1
uU huiiuui Huicnameui was so
palpably a salary.grab,that his con.
stituont have concluded to permit him
to remain at homo. Thoy say thoy do
not desire to be represented bv (Ion
Butler', tool in the salary.grabbinr
busin.jB. Ik ramauiH to bo seen whether
the peopl. of this district desire to
b. reprcnted by tbo tool of the tool of
Uutler in tho reprehensible business of
..i..t n t.ir
Ufa kuu puuus money.
IhO record a SO shows that Im
aougeu an me votes upon tho civil
rights bill. He feared tho white poo-
would not support him lor re-oleotion
I horoforo, political coward that ho is,
he dodged the votes upon tho bill did
not vote; so that ho might say to
Democrats and whito Itcpublicans : "I
did not vot lor the civil rights bill,"
and to nogroes: "I did not voto
against tho bill, and am in favor of
Sinco his return from Washington,
Mr. Clements has boon' playing hide-
nnd-scok on tho civil rights quoBtion.
Io .tands upon a platform endorsing
t, but ho has boon assuring Demoorats
that ho is opposed to it, This wo
pie of his district wore opposed to tho "ottoccued, is on a laterly branch of -T. ' -voted
for it; ahd ho kuow that if which was next tn 1'nllnw -il. .L '
ho should vote against it tho n.groes of races, is 011 tho river, about oUtv r011, !,tUSTE,!OT ST. AND COM-
charge with emphasis.
This, in brief, is Mr. Clement.' r-
ordin tho salary-grab and civil rights
quostion ; and how any person can, in
tho light it throws upon his character,
voto for him wo cannot eonccivo. Ho
abusod tho oonCdenco of all his con
stituents by rofufiog to labor for the
absoluto repeal of the grab law, and in
attempting to grab, under tho lead of
Rutlor and Hurlbut, a thousand or two
dollars J ho has deceivod tho negroes
by dodging the vot on tho civil rights
bill, and has abused the confidonco of
the white pople by declaring his. op
position to the civil rights bill and at
tbe same time endorsing a deolaratiqn iu
conciliaticTn ANl) HAR
MONY. "If tho friends of Mr. William
Hartzol hopo to succeed why do thoy
quarrel among themselves why do
thoy not unite in effort, nnd labor for
tho success of their candidato ?,
''This is a pertinent question', but
please to ho more defiriito : Who arb
tho friends of Mr. Harticl guilty ol
this criino against the laWa of party
"Well, thoro is Obcrly who has Baid
some ungracious tbincs about Mr
Allen, and Alloii'n frionds must bo
conciliated if we hopo to sueecod."
"And there is llarrell, who is also
a crooked stick."
"Well, there is Potter who has kicked
out of tho traces, and is running reck
lessly liko a wild colt looso in a pasture'
IjO t us see. Wo underntand from
this conversation, that, in tho opiuion
of some pooplo, Oborly instead of
Baying ungracions things about Mr
Allen, aud llarrell instead of flndiug
fault with tho action of the Anna con
vention, and Potior instead of kicking
up his colt-hko heels at his former po
litical friends, should bo attacking Mr,
Clomeuts and tho Republican party.
Upon reflection we ha 70 concludod
that "tho opinion of some people" con
tains much good sense. The present
busiuosa of tbo Demooratic-Opposition
people is to defeat the Radicals', and
his cannot bo done br wranclinc
I among ourselves
-Now, bo it understood, that wo bo
lievo Mr. Obcrly has had provocation
enough to justify him in tho attitude
ho occupioa iu relation to Mr.
Allen : but what of that? Surely bo
will not sacrifieo the causo for no other
than tho personal reason that ho belioves
a fellow-partisan has not beon fair
with him. Not by any moans. So,
wn y for him, that ht U.nliot Is
buried deep. Ho stands ready to co-
operate with all men who wish tho sue.
cess of Carroll, Ettor and JIartzel.
And wo nro sure Mr. Ilarroll is of
tho samo disposition with us. But as
to Mr. Potter, coDcorninir him wo can-
So, then, shall wo havo a love feast
in tho Domocratio-Opposition house-
hold Indocd wo hopo so. Our
mouth waters to partake of tho bread
01 conciliation aud to drink of tho-
waters of harmony. Wo are .holding
uui uur uanu not in Ktntc. hut to ro-
coivo tho sign of amity. Wo aro anx-
iotts to have somebody shako it.
Why not? Can wo of tho Opposi
tion gain anything by wrangling over
our own differences ? Let us closo tho
ranks and advanco upon tho common
""my. "Uarkis is willin'," atid now
Barbara responds with the nod and
8m''e of consent the nuptial ceremonv
wul "0 perlormod, wa will livo happy
ever n,tcrt blessed by a largo and pros
perous family aud respected by all who I
"AV AK OF RACES-"
TUK ltKLATIVK ATTinnnt? nw
THK W1TK3 AND JBLAOKS AS
UKSOKIHKD RY A UORKE3
PONDKNT FHOU TUK
N. V. Herald's JlcinnhU Letter, tient. (i l
1 .Tr'K 1,n0i'
Aiwr travolliuR over almoat t in
it, fi.,,1 ,.i..i... .1 .
iuurc is a w
rapes in this part of the country 1 calm J'
l7 ?ot.'I'l down hero for a day to try
a war ot
r"ult8' "thoro is any deep-
feaicu trouo o anvwhero hotwenn flm
racoi.We.tnrn Tnccn. hrV.Ti,.-
IU..: .... .1.. i . , .
Within a radius of n hundred miles
Within a di ;rT Jri'P1""1-' .'-i
a.rou,'a Memphis noarly all tho recent
miies noiow. Gibson county, whero
mere lias been the most torrihln nmnntn
Of all, is ODlv fnnr
I'-ach of these events has caused a great
deal of excitoment hero among both
blacks nnd whites, aud tho effoot of
mm uxuiiomont lias been in ovory in
stance to decpon whatever nnimoiity
oxists botween tb0 races. Alarm and
fear nro common to boih sides, and I
hn .1... I '
v..,0 iu marm aud Joar aro un
lounued on tho part of cither.
lounded 011 tho nrt nf nithr. T li. -
n ln ' . "
,ninl,l 1 ' V '..v., :JUSllKWW.)ii. rinau iiuanutlu.,
...ft.vu Yry nrgciv wnn tno people
n I li 1 .1 ; . . 1 4
01 tnia section, and I am convinced
that it is the desire of tho orcatbody of
mo whites to
. 1 .
t '. 1 n -I
anu inendship with tho nogroes. Tho
Wlll.es oil the other hand, do t in n
grqes the justice of ravine that thii
'e.oInB,'s Ailly reoiproeated on tho part
01 me DUcks. At the same timi it la I
Plata even to lib, LXlirwJl
that thoro is a want of oonfidonpo among
1110 races. An an uiuairaiiuu ui idjh
piogtila aUto'of feeling Uiriay boTiuep
blaoks and whites in this city. Tfio
women anu cnuuren wero seriously
alafniedarjil iadny'of the men actually
beliovod that an attack was mcditatod
byr tho nogrpos. T,hp negroes too, wero
In dread of soulo wrong from tho whitos.
On both sides the alarm and excitoment
were whout causa, qm! sprung eololy
frpak ttovfefcliBg;of distrust which -n 0
dirUcso irokcst dotirjto maintain
pjiaco tmijOyder irijhp community. In
consequence 6f this event tho efforts to
keop the peace often tend toward break
ing itandit thus. happens that a cir
cumstance trivial fhftsoir may con
vulso a whole county.
FIltST NATIONAL JUNK
" i r:.n:
it. ilIIJ.KIt. l'it!l.lnnt, SS,
?r. rnir.tji!$. viwri-ii-iTitiit,
C1IAS. t;l)NNIN(HIAM, Older.
COI.LKOT10N3 PitOMPTLV MADH.
i:.CMAN(li:.r()ln.tjanWiinlp.i nl llnliiul
Htatci securltk'.i bought ami cold.
InttTest allowed on thin- dt'poMU
THE GWVYAiPIONA'i; -
(f i CAIRO, ILLINOIS. , ,
CAPITAL, .... 8100,000
WJP.,1U.IJ.lD.VYi'rrldriil YXii X
1IKNUY I.. HALI.IDAY, Vice Pmlifct.
A. 11. SAKKOItl), Cashier:
WALTER IIYSLOP, AitUtant Ca.hlir.
STAATS TAYUII, It. II. ( UNMM.IIAM
II. I.. llAf.LnUY.- T1V.J'. IlALr.tl.AY
(J. 1). Wi!.liamo.v, bTi:nii:.v iisRi,i
ma. IS. Avroiib.i
L'xclinuice, Cola ami United . Slate
liouds nought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rcceivcd;anfl a general haiikt
. Mltluoa Eolith ,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
pLESiOsE, 1100 EK,
And IJealcr la
Vo. 7 Ohlo iofed, ' Ciinb, IM.s
3&Srioclal attention given to conJ(n'
K. SMYTH &, CO.
ST. 'Ms.f UNIYERSITy
THK POJtTV.PIPTH ANNIUT.
SESSION of -Htudle. In tie
ST. LOUIS' DiVIVEriSITY
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tws(n wasuingion mtbiiuu uud.WaJau
liobed.tliat uit lifitoro tbc tccciiiwooai
oleoHioui inthirf 'county 'urtjp wa .-a
cobdctlcal of-bxcilomoni 'amoncbolh
Chemicals, l'atcnt Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, JJruslics
aTpilctt Articles,. DrucciKt's Fancv Gooda. Collier Whit
flliead and Other GradM.
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In want of Opodn In our l.lne. h'tramhoat.
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June Pears and Peaches for
No 32 EIGHTH St.
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1 aki'H great pleasure In announcing t
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