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"WKDNIWDAY, OtTOIIEU 14, 1874,
ttifrlM PnperOI lhCUf ml County
OllN II. OBKltLT. Bdltot and I'ubllsher
TWUU OJ'WW .DA1L OULLKTiM
Onewsek,bTcarrUt,..i, 9 V
One year by carrier, In srtvsnco...,., 10 00
On ym bjr cirrtoi 11 not pild in'
advance.,.. ,.... IS 00
Unimonth.br mull 100
CbraamonttM.,... . 0 00
Ix month. f 55
One yew 10 00
Tina b y.ttntr abuxriv.
On YpiureJ.t J.t .... $1 00
'x Morflns1UwA .aiiv
srsr -Months W
InrfoMyiniid'fMicej
sdlnsr.ns""' ,n ,rJr P".
Democratic Sfato Ticket.
JFor State Treasurer
. CrfAKLKS CARROLL.
For Superintendent ot Public Instruction
m: kttkr.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
WILLIAM IIA11TZKL.
For neprcscnUtlves-KHteth District,
FOUNTAJf JS. ALBRIGHT,
CLAUUOllNIC irik'STON.
" the'plAtfoiw.
FrnsT Tho restoration ot gold and Mlver
rut the bail ot ,tbo currenoy ; tUo resumption
at ipeeta payment! as Boon as possible with
out disaster to the bUslticis of tho country,
by steadily oppoilng Inflation and by thu
payment of tho national Indebtedness. In the
money ot the civilized. Y.orld.
Becokd Froo commerce; no tariff forany
other purpose but rdvende.
Third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
roDRTii Tho right and dntr of tho
tJtalo toprotoct It citizens from extortion
und , unjust diicrimlnatton by chartered
monopolies.
Fimi lligld rsHrlctlou ot tho govern
stent, both Stato and National, to tho IorU
lmate domain of political power by cxclud
log therefrom all executive and legislative
InterscddllDg with tho affair of .society
whereby monopolies aro fostered, prlvll
edged doses .aggrandized, and lndlvldun
frondonif unnecessarily and opprculvcly
restrained. . .
POLITICAL DIRECTORY".
'Thofollowing Contral ,Cominittco
traa appointed by the llepublicau'con
gressional cpnvcutjon that met a
Mound City,"Aigu8t 13, 187-i :
alexandor county, O. W. McKealg;
Jackson, UbdI L Wiley;
Johnson, A.J. Alden;
MuUc, Honry Armstrong i f;
Ferrv. 8. J. l'arks; b
Pope', H, D. llaknr ;
Pulatkl, Ueorj;a W. Merlz, Br.;
Randolpb, D. It. MoMasters;
Union, li. U Sllnion ;
Williamson, Mllo Krwin.
Tho following Contral Goinmittco
waa appointed by tlio Ropublioaii con
vention of tho FiAiotli souaton'nl dig-
fn'ct, held at Mound City, August 13
1874 1
'Alexander county", K.'E. Walbrldgo;
Jackson, rra il Pllott ',
UnionjT. U. Phillips.
At tuo Democratic concrcseional
convention, held at Anna, September
li, 1874, tho following Central Com-
laittco for the Eightconth district was
nppointed
Kandolpb, Bevorly "Wiltshire;
Perry, K. 1). Xtushcr; T , , .
Williamson, O. W. Goddard j '
Jackson, O, Wv Andrews,"
Union, Hugh Andrews:
Johnson, I. N. Piorco;'' '
'MtSstft-J-W.'Thrlfti- --P-1
1) If Pi id ;
l'ulakl, (Jood Kdtou (
Alexander, John II. Uhnrly ;
At Large, Judge Fv-Uross,- Cairo.,
Tho following executive comiuiltcc
for Union loounty wis appointed by
the Dompcratio, county convention that
mot in Jonosboro, August 24, 1874 :
Judge M. O. Crawford ;
O. U.jroh f :v" -., ; ,
o.r.Hm:
Tho lollbwing' State commUteo nan
nppointed by tho JJemocratic-Opposi-
tion convention, at Spriugfichl, August
20. 1874'
1st District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
2d District, Win. .1. Unahan, Chicago
aa umnci, t . n. u. vvmiou, uijicago
4th District, A. M. Harrington, Oenova.
6th District, Wra. AVrlgbt. Frceport.
6th District, J. B. Drake, Itock Island.
7th District, aoo."W. Havens, Ottawa.
8th District, "Washington K. Cook,
Xsveonf n t
-fitVDlrtrlct OhM. P. lClne. Peoria.
10th District, David K. Head, Carthago.
xiu uisirici, j. m. jiusn, ntlbueiu.
121h District, K. h Merrltt. Hprlngflold,
13th District. John A. Mallorv.IIavanK.
14th District, J. U. llusby, Champaign.
luia inrici, a. u. nouinson, iiulog.
16th District, O. D. Holies, Greenville,
17th District, "W. II. Kromo, Edwards,
villa. '
18th District, W. II. Green, Cairo.
10th District, JamoH P. Kobinson.OJnoy.
a i.rjjc, uAJBiiiir, uaicago.
At Large, It. "W. Townsond, bhawoeo
town.
At Large, "Wm. llrown, Jacksonville,
Mr. llrown was elected chairman of
Ihe committee.
The lollowmg Central Committeo
waa appointed by tho Democratic con
ventipn.Qf Alexander county, at Cairo,
AHuat23, 1874:. '
Clear Creek-, Thomas J. McClure.
Goose Island, 0. Uresnley.
Dasj- Toutd, H, Uunsseker. , . ,
llirlewfebd, 7nmes E. 'McCritb! '
Thebes, J, U. Holwlng.
Uanta Fe. J. W. llenfrow.
Unity, W, J. MlKurd.
North Cairo, .1 H Msttalf.M'B Harroll,
1' "W Ualllday and Jam's Carroll.
BouOi Cairo, John 11. Uo.sman, John
llowley, Jobn,,lIogan and Dr, D. Artor.
The follofrlng Centrnl Committeo
tm appoiutedby the Democratic-Lib-
oral convention that mot at Auna,
Rcptotiibcr 4, 1 871ln anil nominated
cnudidatcs for UioMcgfolaturo inth.6
Fiftieth Senatorial District : . v
Alexander, KWnIto, J 0 Lynch?
.incksoti, 1 Ulshon, .Lin'iiti Oully,
Unlnri, 01lvr"llill, T M Ferine.
At Largo, T K liou'.nn, of Union.
On Saturday a Mrs Youni; of ilt. Oar
mcl, Illinois, wont to Loganeport, on tho
O. V. railroad, to collect somo money (aid
to bo duo her slep-son by a Mrs. Jlonohuo
of the latter plncn. In a dlsputo which
followed, Mrs. Youm emptied n pistol
loaded with shot, lis Mrs. Donohtio's bow
els. Mrs. DonMiuo U not expected to
live. Mrs. Young is In
"Wiivt's tho mnltcr with 11. O. Jones, of
Mastnc tlio "ijentle dew .lonrs'' that was
oormtjati'd at Mound City for a soat In thu
gonoral assembly? Jack Alden says that
(although tho Mat district Is overwhelm
ingly lUdlcal) thero nro goullcmcn in tho
district who will bet lands, money nnd
jewels that Jones will, not ba elected?
Wo ropeat, with emphasis, what's tho mat
ter?
Certain gentlemen lu Johnson county
havo moro money, cdidanlly, than thoy
can, in a legitimate way, dispose of. 'Wit
ness tho offer of men (whom .lack Alden
says ho knows! who avow n willingness to
bet a thousand dollars that Clomorils' ma
jority will reach '2X00 votos. If such men
oxltt anynhorc, why do they not iliiolcso
l)jmiir but no J.onlO), tlielr monoyi
they would refute to ''fork ovorj" nnd tho
fact that thoy mada euch lots would estab
lish n plea of Insanity,
Jack Al.ur.N, during one of thoso rock
less moods that, at times possess htm,
wroto as follows: ''Clements' majority
for congress in tho Eighteenth congres
sional district, will bo 3,000 votes, and wo
know men who want to bet property val
ued at from $100 to $1,0CU that it will not
fall bulow 2.O0O."
It is scarcely probablo that Jack ex
pectcd anybody would accopt the quoted
paragrapn, as nn oxprcssion ot eitnor a
conviction qra fact. Admitting, howaver,
that it's honost, wo havo to ask tho namo
of tho thousand dollar gontleman. Wo'll
And htm a man In twenty soconds. Kay,
he (hall havo ''odds," which, after his
braggartlsm, will uttnrly astonish him.
List of patents. Issued from thu United
States Pateu'. OIQca'to Illinois inventors,
for tho woek ondiftg September 22, 1871,
and each bearing that data. Furnished
this paper by Cox & Vox, solicitors of
patents, Washington, l. O. : (Jang plows
J Armstrong and O Armstrong, Klmlrai
wrenobos, U 0 Hrndly, Chicago; ovoralls,
11 Llndauor, Chlcugo; pork packing u
bles, W Nottvr, Chicago; b iilntr powders
fur laundry uso, J J'ickson, ChlcNco;
windmills, T 0 Llttlo, Dimn; ditching
machines, J W McAllstvr, Wnrdsnn; slide
valves for steam engines, W Elliot, .St
Louis; blind slat fastonings, II Verlmven,
Uencseo.
One Ed. Younbloud, of Gallatin
county, having involtod tho contompt ol
every good Democrat with whom he was
acquainted,, fc, in turn, angry at every,
body, .foul (I, Morgan, who is his equal
in rrtpnctahlllty and vastly his intulloc-
cuil superior, challenged tho Irati Young
blood to a joint politic! diicusslon. The
folI6w.bg reply was, wo dnro say, as much
the offspring of a foar of political Annihila
tion, ns tho dealro to preserve "rcspocta-
blllly," etc.:
"You, Jool G. Morgan, ask nn honora-
bio mun to meot you In discussion. 1
will nover condescond to meet a lunatlo
and discuss with him tho political ques
tions, or any timer questions. i'.vorytioUy
that knows you, knows you to be crazy,
a common liar, a client una a mtud.
You und every ono that knows you, knows
that you are n defaulter of public money,
that you will notpty an honest debt, if
you can holp it, and that you uro too low
down to bo worths; of notlcn, and U,n for
you to havo tho impudence to offiir to
ill v llii ttint with ny two, I oti stand
all your lii-b Ir. your dirty sheet: all of
your slanders about my wanting olllec; but
for tho eahoof decency, don't insult mo
hy asking ma to lower mysult to the de
gree. I should by meeting you In joint dis
cussion. E J). YOUNOIII.OOD."
iiaTu'z KL LA N DVVALL.
Tho report that Hon. Gooigo W. Wall
will not support Mr. Ilartzell forcungross
Is a canard. Mr. Wall Is a supporter of
Mr Hurtzell, but has not much time at
his disposal to make a canvass or the dis
trict, Among his neighbors in Perry ho
will do much good work for Mr. llartzoll.
Cairo litillutin.
Nu; and Mr Wall will make It convi).
uient nut to Unit tlmo to muku a canvass
for Mr. llartzoll. IIo will my Mr. Hurt
zclt back in his own coin. Whom did
Mr. HarlzBll tako tho stump for Wall?
Then where will Wall tako tho stump lor
llartzoll? Wo don't expect moro than
COO majority for CInmonts In l'jrry coun
ty; neither does Mr. wall. "Do unto
o lb ore as others do unto yon.'1 And this
is rigut. iJuurpuyttuoro XHow Kra.
Mr. Ilartzoll's name, as tho opposition
oandldato for congross, has been before tho
people for a porlod of six weeks, und tho
chargo above made that of rosontmunt
Is the only ono that has been urgod agrdubt
him.
"Mr. IlarUull is a gonltl gjutlonian a
man who, as he becomos better known,
wins moro and moro upon thu confldenco
and rcipict of the nubile." Thus salth
the Judical Cairo Hun. "Tho Uumocrutlo
nomlnoo fcr congress is a gentleman
touch respected by his neighbors, and,
most likely, tho most unoxcoptlon
able candidate tho Democracy could
have placed in tho Held." Thus
salth tlio Hadical Marlon Monitor.
"Tuo nominee ol tuo Anna conven
tion stands as a lawyer, as n
citizen, as n friend, m a uetghhor,
the peer of the bust man In the district
Ho is the strongest man his party could
havo nominated, and wo warn our politi
cal friends that It will require oll'jrt to
dereat hlra.'1 Thus faith, in substance,
the lUdlcal Sparta Plaiudealor. 1 Mr
Hartsel), although u porfeot gentleman,
a good lawyer and an upriuht citizen, is
polltloally obnoxious, and should not and
will not represent the Klghtoonth district
in tho noxt Congress," Tho Chester
TrlhunuvoctureJ this expression ; but so
strong a hold has Mr, Hartz-dl upon the
tvspuct aud cjiifljoucj ul his neighbors
that the Tribuno was admonished by tl
tinlllleftl fplnnrtfl nr! ftn hitnrlorl to lilrv
r Horo wo havo. from foi" of tho lUdlcnl
papers of ilia distr'.o, nn endorsement of
Mr. UarUollas n genllomon, en lionoit
upright, gnniat mun, a worthy nnd es
tcomu'1 cltlzm. Tho Murphls-boro Now
Kra bt'intf, less acquutnUd with him or
less honest, nccutes Mr, Hart.;11 of n ra
senlmont totally but of keeping with tho
character glvon to him, ovon by his polit
ical oxponcntsi
The Km might havo loarned, had it do-
slred to du Mr. Wall fulljustico as a Dem
ocrat, that )io avowed ft willingness to
talio tho stump for Mr. llartzoll whon-
over aud whorever a promlso of pood re
sults prosonted Itsolf. It .mighl havo
learned further, that Mr. llartzoll.
sincerely doslrlng tho oloetlon
or .Mr. Wall, canvaseu tvtryi
precinct of ltindnlph county f.ir him, j
making tho whllo, no less than trvolvo I
i))Cocncf, mo uia more lor .ur, wan, in
Handolph county than Mr. Wall (111 for
himself. 11a Ignored tho cluuni of private
business upon bis time, and devoted two
wcok to u cauvars In -Mr. Wall s interest.
Mr. V vtm more than satlsflod with tho
manly fldollty of Mr. Hartzsll, and will
not hcsltato to repeat, what wo now say
that tho New Krr. docs him tho wrong
which any falr-duoling man should mako-l
hasto to right.
NEWS OF THE NKIuIUIOltllOOD.
JII. CarincI, not to ho behind tlio
Egyptian metropolis, has hud Its molcor.
It disclosed itsolf .Monday ovening, throw
ing n Hood of light on town una country,
valley nnd Mil top.
Joo lloborls, of tho Jackion countj
Now Era, throw nowspaper mud at ono
Major Ward, n resident of Carbondale.
Tho Major sued, laying his damages at
$10,000 Tho result of tho trial, last
wook, was a vordlct of $100 for tho com
plainant. "When u'ili Joo Koborts Imltato
tho editor of Tiik iiuLLKTl.v, nnd tiruc
tlco tho "proprieties.''
H. 1J. Hardy was postod for a speech
in Vlounn, Monday ovening. It is said
that ho is "no slouch" on tho stump, and
is making very fair headway In his raco
against Fcrrill and Glatsford, for tho
scnalo,
Tho farmers of tho Fllty-flrst
Henntorlal district, in convention at
Now Columbia, last aturday, no-ninatod
H. M. Glassford for tbo titato M-jnato, nrd
J. It Stcagall for tho House. Tho nomi
nation of tho formor gontloman, who is
said to bo respectable nliko in brains and
dollars, gives our lUdlcal friends of tho
Fifty-flrsl cause for groat uneasiness
J. II. Jones & son have just landed
their stanch wharf-boat Ht Elizubolhtown,
and are now preparing to do a general
forwarding and commission business for
thu people of Hardin and adjoining coun
try. Hardin Gnzrtto.
.Maitnow .loynnr, many vcurs ago a
resident of Cniro, but now a farmer living
near Stono Kort, has ooen soroly aflliclc-d
recently. Thrco of his chlldron died
wiiuin a porioa ri ten uays. lln was so
dovotcd to his children that this blow
well nigh crushes him,
Tho assessed valuo of taxabln prop
erty In Hilino county, as cqtializod by tho
State Equalizitlou Hoard, amounts to
$l,C'Jo.Ct)7. Her personal and lands were
Increased six por cent., nnd hor town lots
reduced twelve por cent.
Thu llttlo town of Chcslor is ambi
tious. Look nt this, from tho 2ihit1IIo
(111.) Damocrat: "Tho city of Chostor
oilers n premium of $S09 for tbo fastest
pacor at tho lulr tbo last wook in this
mouth. Wo understand that our fellow
townsman Jacob Stoker will havo his
liorjo thoro to competi for tho prom mm."
A horrible murder was committed
last Thuriiduy, near Latvrcncavitlo, in
this Stato, ovidently for tho purpose of
robbery. Tlio murdered man was named
Thomas Collins. The Vlncunnes Sun
ays! ''Mr U'llllni was murdered in his
oou. no was struoK on tuo noaa witn n
club, nnd his skull crushed. His wife,
slocplng in tho same room but not in tho
tamo bed, was aroused about ono o'clook
by tho loud broathing or hor husband,
and discovered him covorod witb blosd
and in an unconscious condition. lio
dlod in n few minutes. Sevoral hundrod
dollurB which Mr. Collins carried about
his person woro founl to bo missing Or
courso the community whs greatly shock-
od, and every fllort was at onco made to
discover thu murderer. Suspicion was
dirocted against nsou of Mr. Collins, and
tho verdlut of tho coroner's Jury was such
m to warrant his arrest, lie was at onco
arrested, nnd is now in prison at Law
rcncevlllo," A certain young drummer, who trav-
ols for a houso in this city, hnii lest confi
dence in his fellow mon and twenty dol
lars ii wu uy tnreo card monte on, mo
Cairo and Vincunties road. The young
drummer says it was worth almost twonty
dollars to boo how "slick" thov ."throw
om." Vlneonnos Hun.
fcTAND I5Y TIIK TICKET I
Although thoro Is but llttlo fooling In
tha pending canvass, upon its results de
pond, In a grost degree, tho unity and
integrity of tho Democratic party. Whcro
wo nro strong, as In tho Fiftlnth Senatorial
district, wo should not ho uvor-conOdont;
but stand firm and united. AVhero
our superior strongth is quosliunuble, as
In the Eightounth congroeaional district
wo should leave no honorablo pll'ort un
trlod to gain an ascondanoy.
At no timo, since the last Presidential
olection, has tho Democratic patty had
moro palpable cause for presenting a bold,
.united, aggredsivn front to the onomy,
Our brethren In other states, north as well
as sooth, havo furnished examples not only
worthy of Imitation, but such as should
inspire in to oxtritordinary exertion, -
"What mutters it," says the indill'eront
Democrat, "whuthur Winston and Al
bright uro elected or defeated ? Thoy can
in no manner nllVot national politics, or cure
any of .the ovlls undor which tho people
are suuVlug," It matters much, Ity an
earnesi, united effort thu control of Illi
nois may be wrested from Radical bends
lly llkn eff irt tho Democracy may gain
tho public pure-strlogs, nnd uctrro con-
trol ot our common schools. If It may
not ly nslngloblow, wlnnn nfcondof ey In
tho Legislature, but It may, nt loast, win a
"place whore'!! can chock Hadical oxlrav.v
(tancej and save tho pooplo from an ln
croaso of tho burdens under which
"ihanks to Vho ItnUlral parly" they nro
already groaning. It matters much; be
cause tbo election of a single candidato
outside of tho regular party will not only
be horaldcd as a Hadical victory, but will
sorvo to" "Weaken tho Domocrallo parly
nnd Its hopos In the future.
Democrats, Llbornls of tho Fiftieth
district, you havo not only these consid
erations to unlto you Id an oarnost sup
port of Winston and Albright; but you
have tho nbsnluto certainty before you
that In point of ability, industry, porsonal
integrity, devotion to public Intorests, you
could gain nothing by tho election of
their oppjnonts. Stand by tho ticket,
thon, and votn It without a scratch.
In tho aspect of tho contest throughout
tho Ib'tlr congressional dlsttlot, thero is
much to encourage tho Opposition to
nctivo nnd untiring work.' Tho Djnio.
cralic parly, to a man, Is satisfied with
tho nomination of William Hartzjll Ho
Is Invtilncrablo to tho shafts of slnndor
and detraction which ltadical editors aro
wont to hurl at l)jrno:ratlc candidates
lio Is n man among men; most oarnestly
supported whoro best known. He oo:u
pies no equivocal ground. Outsroknn nn
all tlio Issuos that (llvldo tlio partial: hon
ost in ills uttornncea, no voter can bo in
iloub; as to his position. Accoptahlo to
tho Llbsralt, (as tho candidato ot two
years ago was not) wo find tho loadors of
that wing of tho Opposition, In tho Held
and upon tho slump, warmly ndvocatlng
hit olection. Tho favorito son of Han.
dolph county, ho will, whon tho ballots
aro countod, leave his old home with
a majority of not loss than flvo hundred
votoi. On one of tbo flolds, then, where
Clements, only two years ngo, won a sig
nal vtotory, our Demooralic nominee trill
recolvo a majority, which, with its two-odped-swor.1
effect, will balanca moro
than ono-haU the majority tindor which
thn Democracy, with Wall in the lead
wont down In '72. 1
In ovcry county In tho district lh Op
position has won recruits. In ovcry county
In tbo district .Radicalism has l-een weak
ened Hero, In Cairo, its leaders aro en-
orvatod, and look to tho result of the pend
ing enntost with serious doubts and mis
glvings.
Tho election of William IIartz'.l will
not only bo a Democratic triumph that
will exclto enthusiasm among Egyptian
Democrats, and sorvo to cement them In
stronger bonds; but will secure the pres
onco in congress of nn honnst, upright,
capable and conscientious Democrat, and
tho displacement of a Its tibllcan who
has, from his pIsco In enncresp, excited.
ovon among his political Irlends moro hu
mlllatton than applause, moro sorrow than
satisfaction.
THE IMJALi KESOltT.
Disorders in the South.
During a Joint discussiun belwoon Guna,
llurlbul and Farnsworlh, held iu Mullen
ry county in this state, on Saturday nf
turnoou last, Gen. Farnswortb mudu the
following reference to the "so-calied"
UIBOUtIKH IS THE ftOUIIl.
Gen, Uurlbut has alluded to all'aira In
thoboutb, and I Judge, from tho remark
mudu by Judge Juilyn, that hu is of the
opinion that It is necessary to keen up thu
Republican party tntuct, on account of the
disorders iu tuo south, l or several emo
tions past wo have hud tho suuiu chapter
of dlsordora in thu south.
BIlOllTLV IlErORE THK KLECriOW
and during tho canvass, four vuars iil'o.
aLtvl .ur, mu (injure,
whlcU are trying to wtilp every republi
can who Is rolractory into the traces, uro
earnestly engaged whetting thu appetites
ot mo people ol tuo .Norm, and stirring
up ttieir -luitduiis with roferouce to tho
people ot the South, endeavoring to incul
cate tho Idea that there are disorders there
which tend to Insurrection und rebellion
again, uud that trio rebellion isuctsuill
cluntly put down. In the loading Kepub
iican uupora of to-day you will sou at tho
head of almost every column, In flaming
Illustrated capitals, sumothing likoihis;
"Terrible Outrages in tho South Inhu
man Murders," iu such n place, and that
is kept going.
I picked up, tho cthor day, a letter
wliclh was wriltou by tho Indiana Itopub
licun Statu Central Committeo to u paper
In Indiana, which shows tho object of
these thiugs; aud 1 will read it, ns it is
brief. It Is dated
KoOM OK TUB UKl'UllMOAN Statb
Cknthal Comjiittkk ok Indiana
Suptombcr3, 1B7-).
To tho Editor of the Uulon, ltontsolaer,
Indiana:
DuAiiStm I doslro to call your atten
tion to thu horrible scones of violence that
uro transpiring through tho South, aud
suggest that you give the in ns great prom
inencu us putsiblu In print from now un
til after ttiu election,
Thomas S. Hiunv, Chairman.
It is a general letter. Its authenticity
is not denied. 1 lmvo no doubt that such
circulars as this havo boon its uud by tho
state central committeo of this statu also,
to the county pross, urging thorn to make
this matter of disorders In thu South a
subact of discussion In their papers, and
to give them groat prominence until after
thu olection. Why is it that thoso disord
ers should receivo such (.articular atten
tion during u canvass? Tlio truth of tho
matter Is simply this:
TIIKKB AUK DlSOllUKUS IN THE HOUTH
which grow out of the bad population
thero. There is a lurgu cla's a mass ot
debased, Ignorant, bad men Iu the south,
both whlto and black, Thoro aro Ignor
ant, debased white men. made so by that
eursod system of slavery. There Is a
largo mass of Ignorant, debased black
Won, made so by slavery. They are uli
free men j tako part iu uloctluns. Their
passions are easily aroused, uelog very
Le, they commit many crimes. Vio
lence, riots, disorders, and murders are
rile, wherever you llnd such a population,
Hut for thu past six years I havo nover
met an intelligent whlto man from the
south, nor a man who pays taxes, who has
w. wwum hi nuAIUUS IIS WUMIi. I'wa.iuij
be to nut an no, I to kII thoso disturbanees.
and havo peace roigu throughout
their borders, Tno bad men commit
these things, and when a crimu Is com
mitted in the south, whiou all men of ul
parties donloro. It i 'a libel unun Demo-
nruta bete In thu north to say that thoy
desire th' sn outriiL'os should c'outinu In
thu tyuth, or tnywln.ru clsu A.l good
nien ul ail uolitle.nl parlies, all Intelligent
men, Mnd nil taxpayers throughout thn
Una, dephirw tho condition of things, and
1 am as earnestly In faor of tho govern
ment maintaining peace in tho south as
Mr. Hiulbut con possibly be, and In favor
ol protecting tho rights of all men, whlto
or black, of all classes, foreign or rative,
without distinction of race, color or con
dition. That Is enough on that question,
Now the truth of tho matter is, that
attontlon Is attempted to be diverted from
tho real Issues baforo the country by di
recting attention to these outrages.
iikx ltUTi.xn.
Passing to a considoiallon of .tbo char
acter of Hon llutlcr, for which thn Gene
ral cherishes a strango admiration, ho
spoko as follows i '
It was but tho other day that lion Dul
ler garo up tho Idea ot boing a member of
congress, ills deviltries and thievery had
nccomu so ptlont, bail heon exposed so
often, that no mado up his mind no could
not even carry his tishermaii district, mi
the coast of Massachusetts. Whon the
Louisiana nflalr occurred, nnd tho state
government win revolutionized one day,
thu next day nut came lien with tho man
llcsto, "I am n candidate for congress
again to suppress another rebellion,"
laughter, thinking that this tidal wave
would rile him Into jflico again, and that
tho attention of his constituents in tho
meantime would bo diverted from ques
tions which concern their trcatdry; and
every man who has squatted iikoa spotted
toad'about the treasury of tho United
Htatrs, with his arms in tho treasury up
to his arm-pit Is shodding crocodile tests
over his shoulder occasionally about "the
wrongs ol the poor negroes in the Houtn,
and attempting to dlvort public attention
from his thieveries.
TENNYSON A TEltlttliLE TOILER
The author of "Locksley Hall" has al
ways Keen moro than a worker, ho has
been a tirolois toller ovor his MS3 , spend
ing hours, sometimes days it Is said, upon
singlu liavs. Many of his poems, and
parts of his poems, have been entirely re
written, mo uri copy using entirely un
like that which bo sont to tho printer.
His apparently easy, natural flow of lang
uage has boon purchased with tho utmost
pains, lie has con foiled sometimes that
it is only agony to write, nnd yet hu takos
pleasure in mo agony wnicn gives htm
uddod fame. He never surrenders anv
enlolleclutl task until ho has satiaflcd ttiu
last degree of bis fastidiousness, IIo nc,
Caslonaily makos bis first draft with fa
cllity, afterward changlug, pruning filing
linaultor lino, word after word.
Like tho irrilabio kind, hu is varUb'.o
and moody, especially In composition
Ono day ho will do flvo times s much ce
hu will another : sometimes no finds it im-
poistblo to wrlto Gonnrally, however, ho
works steadily nod regularly while l.o is at
I'arrlngford ; leaving his l'lterary labors
behind him, whon, as the say hero, ho
comes up to London. His hntit is tj shut
hlmsdlfupin his library, never permit
tin? nim-elt to hi iiitturhed under any
eircutn-ianccb; fiFvermoies lie it init-r
ruption, and thon ho grows wild with n-r
vous irrltu'illlty. 1 lio alight'St inlerrup
tion is sulllclent to exiiil the d-iinon of In
spiratlon of tho day, and to introduce the
demon of discord In his stead.
Tho pool's general mode of writing Is
extremely slow. lln tiuims his ponm word
by word, just as a brlc.km-.sou makes a
wall, brick by brick, nxc-pt that the pool
takos a hundred times tbo trouhlo that thn
mechanic does to arraogo and cement his
works together.
A GENTS WAVIEI) EVERYWEItl
toll the newcitnnd most bcjutlfu
UOOU ptllillSllCd :
THE FESTIVAL OF SONG
. . u.i. ......j ui iiiu jiui.r.it nuicbiiuu'
from am. the Ore tet I'OKT- tn ono vol
A T T 1 1 1 1 ItlV rl.nl t C ! 1 1
umc, rroiuseiy iiioiiaicii ui toe must i
,tA....a nl .nnnu',,.,l , .ill, fur- TSimI,,. ..(., .1,
loucil priced :u d mnul elegant book nl" the
.1... .1 Ir.,l. ... ( ntlll.i... I t L 1
Hlllll. IIUIIIIIVU- III UI1I1UUB 111 UIIC ..Cllll
for proot and liberal terms to Agenta o
KITIIUIUe.V. F. A. HUTCIIINS N, .t Co.
Chlcigo. III., or St. I.ouli, Mo.
cr LIVINGSTON IS DEAD !
Anil the people everywhere are eager to
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r i.i. , i, i ..i. ... i ii...t. ,.,
,n ma i.i'-j, i.iiu 'i nun xyeutii ma vuii'
drrful acllleelnent and thrilling adven
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nod tha L.reiL aeiiri-li ami ilUi-riinr-p liv ,lu
darlnir Staulej . Over 000 pages, li-antltnlly
lllii-tratel-only$if,0. Gnlnc like wild re I
A(ir..ST WANTED. Wrlto lor extra
lermt, orir In lia o to beg n work, M-n
8f.0() for mini Vam.ky 1'Uiii.im iiMi Co
Chicago, 111., or St l.oul-, Mo. .nri-ltf-7-Im
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
yuit GREATLY IMPROVED In lorm
' of tho claws, and Hie moiu completu
thloldii g of the parlt auldeet to wear, by
uieuu piaies, making them wear rivn
iiMi;s. i.o.vo, ami (in tno worlc faster and
easier tlnn anv other liusker. M:nln ol tin,
very bef t ctlf leather, In our skes, riht
and left handed. Snmnliu int nmnndl nn
reeeioi oi nrieu. nun LMnvim. i -i... run
gloves. $'1 Sit) por pair. Liberal discount In
luantiiiex. av vniir merchant, or address
JIAI.L, JirSJUMi glovi: CO .
Chicago, UN.
CINCHO-QUININE
ts a ejjecmai a rcmcaj
FOR FEVER & AGUE
as tlio Sulrdiato In the s.irao itonca, while It affetlt
inr ncati irji, is moro raiauuie onu mucn chtajxr.
Seii'l fnrdcM-rlitlva Circular with Tntlmonialt
vj -firjiriaiia iroin nu iaris 01 ine country,
OJ-Kamplo packasoa for trial, 23 cent.
Frrparr.l by 1III.I.I.NOH, OLAI'l- te CO., ilanulae.
turiiiK i.fienuiu, notion, juaji.
$1,000 PER WEEK
IAN bo mado by any smart man who ran
AUI'll II IU IJ(1"II1MS1M 111 llllIItaSMI. 111 TSli4
J). F. UEIIMANN, Hobokcn,
Jmm A WKEIC guaranteed to Malo am
nri Female Agent in llicir locality
I I Cottn nothing to try it. I'arttcti
I I larafree. 1- O. VICKEKY.tC'O.
1 1 Augusta. Mo.
lnurlliloNLr iromI
LUllht MAiurialkliURiK. I
IiinpU i'f Iw, wltk I'rlr. l.lit, tntlUi f-r Mi y c.nti. I
Mrj.it Ollu.lt vllbo.l ,b.rt.. Ti flll
Ji.iui.i Etrruis Cm, til Dtoti.f, n, yu S
SI
aWMrpo nr a MrnT?n For the new
A UT-OW IO W ill I J2iL Ornnu'ellook
mm MUAvruiAKH A.M) TJIK I'EOl'LK
ft Every Graugor wants it. It Is orlglua
tlllll fPllllllin. Alilimoa fstta A ff M
FltATlVE l'UU. CO., Cluclnnatl, at. Louis
or Mihcatlno, Jotvu.
YDITNfi ATPXT Aontea to learn tele
1 UU1)U 1)IM graphing, and time offl
cos on new lines which wo are furnishing
with operators, tit aalury Irom fOO to jioo
pur month. Send for circulars. Aildron
N. AN'.TELEGHAl'H INSTITUTE, Janes
lllo, AVIsconin.
COSTAR EXTERMINATORS
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Kats, MIco, Uouchc, Ants, lled-lltigs,
Jloths, Ac.
J. F. HUSKY, L'L'KKAS 0.,
Pole Agent
8 and 0 College I'hce, New lork.
C. W- DUNNING, M,D.
KKSlUKSOE-i orncr Ninth ami Walnu
Micet. Ofllee Cilrnor Sixth street ami
Old Uv- '. Olllue hours From ti a in., to
12111, uud'Jp m.
w mtmium
WHOL1J8ALH
1)11. ,1,1V! s N
DBALBBS.
Jobbers and
PURE DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilott Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier "White
ijcati ana umcr Unities, J'amts, Colors, Oils, Varnishos,
Window Glass, AVax Flower Material, Trbe Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wo Solicit correspondence and order from Drut'gl'ts, I'hynlcisria and General Mores
n want ot Mood In our l.lno. wtearnhnat. ritntatloo and family Medicine cases turn.
Inhod or Hctlllcd with Itellablo l)ril;s at Unatonable Hates'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & I'RKCRIPTION,
71 Ohio J.etfc. WadilugtiM Ave. cor. Kifiitlt St,
O AIHyO.
.M1I-.S1.V tIS'.lll'JSiS NT-.
C. CLOSE,
MEKEItAL
Commission Mcrchiun.
And Dealer In
J.hne, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
K3TI will sell in carload Iota at mautilue.1
turcm prices, adding freight.
COFFEY, HAimiSO.N !c CO.,
(bttccesitorii to 1), Hunt it Hon ,
FOBWA l-7.XDT"Xrc3
AMD
Commission Mcrchanu,
FI.OI.K SlltAS.I ami tur
No H3 Ohio I.V(t OAI1U), II.M
Wood Rittenhouso 61 Eotlior
. XjO.TJE,,
Gkneual CojtJtisaioN 3Ii:uciiant,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
7.. D. Jlatlm
K. C I
MATHUSS &, UHL.
Konvardiuff & Mcnerai
Commission Merchants,
Dcalcis Iu
FliOUlt, CHAIN, HAY AM)
AVKS'lKKN I'llOUUCK.
Ohio Lkvkc, , - CAtito. lu.n,
U. A. Tlioian Li. J). Thorn.
TJIOMB & HROTHJ'.K,
Succohoms to 11. M.ltuln,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BHOKKlt
AOTDlMtItflI
s.tAiI Fnuni- (Iroccrlia.
foretRU and Domestic
131 Commercial A vonuo,
OA I IIO, - - M.MNOIH
NliW YUlllt U'MilK,
WIIOLKSALE AND ItKTAUs.
lAUOKST VABXHTT STOCK IK Hit V
OOOD3 QOLU VICHY OLOHB.
lornrr or Rlurtesisti xlrcsS hviI irn
merclril Avonns
OA1KO, II.LINOIH.
' tl. O. I'ATJKI.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
AM
FORWARDING MERCH S. '
Doilcrs In
FLOUlt, CORN, OATS, HAY.&o.
AgcntB for Fnirbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &, SON.
(SucccMor to John II. l'hllhs,)
Genei'al Oonunission
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
Dealers tit
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MBAh, BRAN, fic. !
Agents for Laflln & Hand Powder Company.
COn. TKA"VII ST. it OHIO lbvisk.
CAIRO, ILLS.
jsjm mjimmimiui mams-wjwiijimiupwyi
ANJ) ItKTAIIi
III il) II
brothers
Retailers of
noar roits:i
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GROG Ell
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
So. 7t! Ohio l.ovrf, CAIKO, Ilil.h
StSTSpenlal attention given to con-lifu-saenu
ami Hlllru nrilcn. IJ.-J tj
SAM WILSON
i)Cii.i:ii i.v
BOAT .STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
Wo. IIO Ohio Iiovo
CAIRO ILLS.
j Q. HARMAN &. CO
Real Bsta
ANIi .
HOUSE AGENT,
COrjIsECTOUS,
'JONVKVANCKRS,
NOTARIKSPCI1LICS '
i
nd Und Airentt ol the IlllnoN Central an I
ilurllngtou and Missouri It. It. Co'. ;
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvco, j
CAIRO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO.
4lenl Estate Agents (
7 1 Ohio Lkyee, (Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
liuy and Sidl ItllAI, ITATK, Pay TAXKs
Kurnlrhea Alutracti of Title.
PiTLanil CommUsloner.
JACOJt WALT IMC
BUTCHER,
And Dealer Iu
FRESH MEATS,
KlOllTII SlltKKr, 1IBT. "WAHIUNdTON AND
C'oMSiKiiuiAi,, Ave; uuulnir. llanny's
Kiiepathobest lleof, Pork, Mutton, eal,
l.amh, Snuai', etu., a d is prepared tj
turvo fumilcniii an ucccptahle mauncr.
1'ATUONIZTC
CAIRO CITY BINDERY.
.orner Twelfth btroet sod Washlnjton A o
sJ. C HUELS,
tL,ate of tit. Louis,)
1'KOl'JtIETOIt
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
MAN UKAOTU HKH
dlll.ANIC I1001CS of every dcHcrlntlott
trine with ucntrJCK and dljpittrh. All kind
f nilliic dotio at Muirt notice. lllhlfK,
Mti'lc, Mauzliies und I'crlodlcuU hound
ueutnnd at tho loivot po-s'Mo ratei).
(.'ottntY worlc, Mich llecordn, Docket
r-'fo HooVh, Uliink. etc., made a pivjialty
Ilexes l'ocket Hooka, Knwilops, etc, inupii
Qwest rtus.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M, D.
1 1 155 1 1 1-3 1 ' 0 '! Thirteenth trect,
lictNveeii tVofhliiKton vriiuo ami Walnut
street. Ofllco 12U Commercial avumio, up
ktalrs.
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