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BUN i AY, NOVEMBER 1, 1874.
Mitel rmpw mt thaClsr ssd Coowly
iUItNH. OBKKLV. Editor uid Publisher
TJOUfB Or TlIK D AILY lUILUCTIN
Uu WMk, by cJTlr , V
Oaeyeaxbr carrier, laadtranee 10 00
Uat year by circle! U not paid In
m , by sail 100
rkraaiMsriht 8 00
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On TMf 10 00
tBKUt Of W1ULT BCLLBTIK.
OM Yaar II 00
Tkra Moatfea CO
lnTariaMT 1 advancs).
Democratic State Ticket.
For State Treasurer
for Superintendent ol Public Instruction
9. M. ETTKU.
For Congress EtgVecntb, Dlitrlct,
For Itcpresentatlres FJfieth DUlrlct,
FinaT The restoration ot gold and allver
at the bails ol tbo currency; the rciumptlon
ol apecla payments a toon as posslblo with
OUt dliaitcr to tha btialnnu rif thn rnnntrr
by iteadlly opposing InQittotuand by Uio.
iiajnicui oi mo national inueDteunets in tne
money ot the cWillzcd world.
Secokd Frco commerce; notarlfffornny
Othir DUrnoiQ but revenue.
Titian Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary iaw.
fourth Tho right and duty of tho
dtalo to protect It citizens from extortion
ana unjust discrimination by chartered
Firm Rigid restriction ot tho Govern
ment, both State and National, to tho legit
imate domain of political power by csclud
Ing therefrom all executive and legislative
Intermeddling vrlth tho anal of .society
whereby monopollei ate fostered, prlvll
caged clases aggrandlzod, and indlvldua
freedom unnecessarily and opprc'slvcly
The following Central Corauiitteo
was appointed by (ho Republican con
gressional convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, O. W. McKeale ;
Jackson, Uinl.L. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. Alden ;
Massac, Henry Armstrong ;
Perry, 8. J. Tarki ;
Pope, n. U. Uakor ;
Pulaski, George W. Mertz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. H. MoMaeters ;
Union. It. B. Stlnann
"Williamson, Mllo Brwin.
Tho followingCcntral Committee
trj appointed by tbo Republican con
rcntion of the Fiftieth scnatoral dis-
trict, held at Wound City, August 18
Alexander oounty, E. E. Walbrldgo;
Jackson, Eera B P.llctt;
Union, T. H. Phillips.
At the Democratic congressional
conrcntion, held nt Anna, September
a, 1874, tho following Central Com
inittee for the Eighteenth district was
Kandolpb, Devorly Wlltshlro:
Perry, E. B. Kusher;
Williamson, O. W. Qoddard ;
Jackson, O. W. Andrews;
Union, Bugb Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. Pierce;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, D. U. Pi Id ;
Pulaski, Obed Kdson ;
Alexander, John II. Obnrly ;
At Large, Judge F Bross, Cairo.
The followintr executive committee
for Union oounty was appointed bv
the Uemocnttto county convention that
mei in ooaeaooro, August -'4, 1874 ;
Judge M. C. Crawford ;
O. if. Kroh ;
0. P. Ulll.
The tollowmg Btato comtutttco was
appointed tbo Domocrntic-Oppotu-tion
convention, at Springfiold, August
lit District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
2d District, U'm. ,f. Onaban, ChlcaKo
3d District, F If. O. Winton, Chicago
4th District, A. M. Uarrington.Oenova.
6th District, Wm, Wright. Freeport.
Oth District, J. ti. Drake, Rock Island.
7th District, Ceo. W. Ravens. Ottawa.
. 8tu District, Washington E. Cook,
Oth DUlrlct Oha. V. King, Peoria.
10th Dlitrlct, David E. Head, Oarthairo.
Hii Ri'"! J-M-J,u,b. i''ttsiioid. K
S'i' b w"l".aprlnKneld.
t n.n A Mallor'y.Uavana.
.lr "L"' "u,by- Champaign.
Jfith District, K. 0. V -'iMnECihR:
16th DMrlct, O. D. Holies, Greenville.
7ih District, -Y. 11, Kromo, Edwards-
leth District, W. II. Green, Cairo.
10th District, Jamos P.Boblnson.Olncy.
At Large, K. U. Miller, Chicago!
town ' W TMTI1"nd chawueo-
At Large, Wm. Urewo, Jacksonville.
Mr. liroirn was elected chairman of
Tho lollQwlDg Ccnlral Committce
w.. .ppoinUd by tho Democratic con
rention ot Alexander county, at Cairo
AuKtist 23, 1874: nV "-wwo,
Olaar Creek, Thomas J. McClure
Ooos. i,lnd, O. Oreenley. '
Dog Tooth, N. Huosaeke?.
uSSH 2SR&0a o John
sfoflv, John Hoganand Dr. D. Arter.
Tljf ftllowlng Central Cooraitue
fjiplatedby the DomoeiaticLib.
UIUI " l w. v .
September 1, 1871, and nominated
pnil!datos for tho legislature in th
Fiftieth Senatorial District ;
Aloxandcr, U F UUke, J O Lynch.
Jackson. 1' Dlshon, .loieph Oully.
Union, Ollrar Ulll, T M Forlno.
At T P llnuton, of Union.
Cot "Wi.btus wiii loturn from
his canvass of Union and Jackson coun
ties to-day, AVo hear that bo M well
received by tho Drtn icracy, and bat at
urancet that the ticket as put forth by
tbo Anna oonvontion will go through trl-
ir ft tt i tv in ari,hrtrtvtnf from
tho Senatorial contost In tho Flfiy-flrst
district, recommends til frlsnds to rote
tar (limfnfJ. ths nominee of tho in
formers. Mr O. is In lull sympathy with
j L - . a ... m..ai' in ) I. nl V I r I h I hill.
ikn f.flfT rnrr-npf anil other OUelllotlf,
and will, as he should, commsnd the of
tire Democratic vote.
StLtKB coUtv has Imptovcd bn "Wll
ll.mion. The Inttor has a band of mid
nlgbt murdcrors and secrjt astnislns th
former lias a company oi "reeumiors
whoiflvo a certain number of lushes to
any uno who may happen to oflVud them
. . . .1 .1 l .1 . . L. .
al law menu tinea uipy i nueu ai mi
bousoot a man nmod Summers, Kavnblm
nlnoty lasbus, with tho Information that
bis conduit in tbo future d
not suit them tbov would
ifrftfn aDtl ronamt thm mortt(m,
mrutmton" tbtn wont to tba bouid of
other men whom they lectured, without
offering any violence The Saline County
Chronicle wanls to soo tho "regulators''
Tun Cairo Sun urges tno colsrod men
of Cairo to vote against llarlzoll, bccauio
he is oposed to the Civil flights Ulll
Why then shou'd thoy voto for Clements?
Tno natural inference is bscauio he Is in
favor of the Ulvll lllgbts Ulll. Clonionts
hlroiolf authorized this publication, think
ing that as we aro on the ova of tha elec
tion proof Of his double dealing cannot be
piacea boioro tho antl-Civll KIghts Ilopub-
llcacs of Williamson, Jackson, .Mouse
and Union, whom he has afiured of bis
opposition to the measure. Most con-
tomptlblo political cowardlco is this ;
worthy of the man, and In exact kcoplng
with the mannor In which ho has eon
ducted his entire canvass.
Lieutenant Thorp, 5 Radical; Mr.
jiuisod, an independent Democrat; Mr.
Inscore, tbo regular Radical nominee.
all seek n soat In tho lower branch of
tho Legislature. Ho democrat who sin
ceroly wishes tho successs of his nartr
who would roscuo Illinois from Radical
rule, and who would succeed the blattant
rule, and who would succocd the blattant
li)gan In tbo United States rJenato by an
able and honest Dosocrat, can cast a
ilnglo vote for olthor of tbem. Winston
and Albright are tho Democratic noml
neci, and Democrats ihould lay asido all
personal considerations all toolings of
personal enmity or reeentment, and come
up as ono man to their support. They
will ba elected, wo believe, In any event,
but the future strongth and unity of the
party reijulro that tbeyshould receive the
voto of orcry Democrat In tho district.
Mil ClkUknts' uowooer men con.
ttnue their abuso of tbo Germans. Iloslng
tno most influential Gorman in Illinois. I.
dinouncod by them as an incarnato flenci
unfit almost for oven Chicago associations
lie exults" snya ono of Mr. CiemoMa
edltorf, ' over tho overthrow if ibe Ctica..
dunday Ir.ws, nnd shamolesslv boatteo
that all ordinances of that city for the
suppression of lawlnuneis nnd dlsordor
wero renderdj null and of no effect
through his Individ jal uffjrti. JIo bad
Inaugurated tho era of free Ugsr and froo
wblsky end nrnnoied to nemutuato It."
Of course, Mr. Husing novor made such
a boast, but wbat of that 7 lleslng is a
Serman, a co-operator with the Democra
cy aim batnr. a conspicuous mark, Radi
cal ounors can't resist thu impulse to
slander and abuse him. "D n th
Dutch 1" Is tbo Radical shibboleth lust.
now, and lloilnz is a "Dutchman."
Tiie colored voters of Cairo have not
yet roacbed tbat piano ol manly Indopen
donco where thny can say. "wo have beun
led by designing white Radicals, like
beep to tho shambles ; but henceforward
wo will bo tnon, and vote as wo please.1
OsctBionally a colored msn, moro intolll-
gem ana Inaeponclcnt than the reit'
bresks from tho meshes that I'opo and
Vost and Munn bavo woven around blm ;
but, hounded by fats lato political mastors.
socially ostracised and oven tbroatooed hi
bis fellow solorod men, he soon becomes
penitent, and with promises of Incressud
fidolity sneaks back to his Radical vomit.
This being true, wo cannot agree with
tuoso wuo believe that proper effort would
win any considerable number of colored
voters to tho support of tho Domocratlc
candidates. Until tho colored men of
Cairo loam that Pone. Munn and oiw
Cairo Radicals aro not their nbsolute polit
ical guardians; until thoy loarn tbat the
Democratic party is the friend of tho inh.
onngman, it is Idle, to expect them, or
auy coniiuersnie number of them, to voto
tho Democrats ticket
No C'aiiio business man no rn.xn
has at boar t the woll boing of tbo city-who
would eeo our wharves flllod with i,n in
terchanging products Of tho Nnrll,
" 1 wouiu see 1110 counters nf
stores thronged with customers no mch
man can consistently vote for Isaac Olem.
ents. lie and his nartr l.v ,i,.i. ....
alyzlng hand upon tbo material affairs of
the South ; ha and his party have Jmpov
erlshod and distracted tbat people, and, by
u.,a urlBa up Ul0 ,our0 fron
wuicn our means of prosperity must chiefly
come. Nino veara anH tn.ul,.. .
,! , ' jiassea
Ince the clojo of tho war; and the South,
which under a juat and conttltutional gov
ernment would have been restored to her
woaud thrift and wealth, remain, pro..
Lift from tbat lection the heavy band of
cirpet-h.g, n.gro and Uy0Det ru, KVs
Jt an equal chance In the battle of )f0 ,nd
two years will not elapie bofoie it will re
uln nil ll lias lost by war and subsequent
ibberUi, and Hour Into tbo Ian ol Cairo
such a share ot Its wealth a will vltallne
ovory department of our builnou and
naiten ui lurwara on toe roaa to-woaitb
and commercial greatness., A voto for
Mr. Ilri7.oll li a voto for Cairo; a voto
fir Mr. Glumanta will I e a blow aimed at
the South, and, Ibis diroctly, a blow at tho
Hal Inturvsts of our city and ouuelves.
Wc Ant thoroughly persuaded that
William tlirtzJl will reproiont tho
ttlithtetnlh Illlnoli corcreiibinal ditlrlcl
in tho next Cungrois. Tho Indications of
ucb a result grow stronger tve ry day.
Tha editor of tha Chi-ster Clarion, who
recently canvjiied Rundolph county ex
presaus the bellof that Mr. Uarizell wil;
Iwavo that county with a majority oft lKht
hundred voles. Union county s 111 roll up
for htm her UtUal nujurity oi
nine hundrod votes, 1 bo dlituVuilun In lb
Itnjbliem rnk. tbore. thn nutniokcn
advocacy ot Mr. llarttuirs eluctiuu by thu
Junesooru iiuvurtitor. wuu tho lunpori
of ail conncclfd Influences, may swoll tbo
majority to ono thousand votes Here thorn
liihisetwe counties, wa are lurnlsneu
majoriliot that ontlroly wlpo out thu m
jority which Mr Ctcmonts received in hi
raco with Mr Wall. Tho Democracy and
Llbural lUnubllcatu of Alexander countv
rotigly rulhforcid by acceislons from tbo
U -rinana, win give iiartr.5ii ono nunar
votes, at lust, moro than wero thrown fo
Vail. In iMmar. In Johnson anl In
Wllllnmton, Uumonli has toil strsncth
tho gain of Uartaull over AVall bnlng In
exao. correspondence tborawith. In no
part of tho district, In fact, Is the aspect of
tao Qontett unpromising It only remains
fur tho frlunds of Mr. liartzell to Improo
the short time intervening between the
present time nnd tho election to attend
tin polls and work and vote in order to
retire tno two-heel Clements and elect,
by an uomistatable majority, tho honest
frank, outspokon Hartzul). Such a ro
suit Is worth all tbo effort it will cost
Lei us, then, expond the effort.
Isaac Clkuehts is in favor of tho civil
right! bill when talking to such colored
Radicals as Bird and Oladnoy, of Cairo;
but when ndlrcsiing hlmsolf to tho lie
publicans of Jackson, Itsdolph and Wil
liamson countios, who aro almoit unani
mously hostile to tho measure, bo Is either
nun-committal or outspoken in his denun
ciations. To tho editor of tho Chostor
Tribuno Mr. Clements doclared that he
did not bollovo that thero was any neces
sity for tho passage of Frolinghuysen's
supplementary bill; that it was of doubt
ful constitutionality, and contemplaUd
an Invasion of tho rights of the States ho
could not favor. This, mind vou. Is the
intl llfl IhrAW 4n (ha -nll.AR 1 . .l.i..Hk.l.
tub ho throw to tho anti-civil rights whalo
n. V . - J . , 7 ,
of ?ind?'P.h c?UDt7- To tho blaok cW"
ngois wnaioor uairo ills tub Is entlroly of
And in congress, as before tbo peoplo
of tbo JSfgbteonth Congrnssion district
the course of Mr. Clomonts was most cow!
ardly, not to cay contemptible. Uncer
tain at to tba drift of public sentiment, in
n J single instance did bo act tho part ot a
bold,iearlcss rcprosontative. On a motion
to suspend tho rules to pass tho bill, on
tho 25th of May, ho huntod up
ono Mr. Pottor, of Now York, wboie
purpose in tha promisos had not ben
uponly avowed, and paired oil with him.
Un tbo 8tb day of June. hoHitaln searched
out Mr. Potter and paired i ff with him.
On tho J20tb of the sanm month, whon the
moasure was again taken up, whore was
Isaac Clemonts 7 Not In his seat absent
purposoly to avoid tho responsibility of
And now this political coward cornea
before tho people of I bit Eicbteenth Con
gressional District and asks their support
tbo support uf thn 600 colored voiors of
Alexander and PuNsKl counties becau-o
ho U an advocate of Civil Rights ih
support ofiho whito Repuollcans of R,o.
dulph, Jachann and Williamson countios
because he Is opposed to tho bill I If by
such double dealing suuh downrlirhl do
litlcal dishonesty, Mr. Cloments can win
his way back to Congtess, then aptness
In political trlekory is a virluo which
should be cultivated by Congressional
aspirants, Instead of such old fashioned
virtues as honesty, uprlgbtooss anl frank
mis adherenco to convictions of right
and nbborrenco of tbo wrong,
' ItKltK la lnnrx fun In II..
Chr uno lM.UCK than any
aimed or trlnted nory ibat
ia been uiveU 1.. Ui0 public lor
Vt!arM. NllVer liafnrn Iiuh hnnn
.iceorded to any plcluro or act
m intvuii-a, iuu popumniy int se
ihipinos Imve attained. Sue.
0 by 22 Inches, l'rlce, tlu
AUilrcts order to
J. 1 ItVDKIt,
. , Publisher,
MK bavo hren and
am (iloufod witli the
.'irniiirta . I'mni r
and llnv moral leasoi
ua in 1110 uxrci J
irncn ot rxcctitlou, ;
aiuuiu uiuii iiunuiar vvv
Cnv'Tr n!!9 Ully' anJ et",u'- '"vo n Placc
w. .. 1 !"ce.P'OtiikPaiu.
H not tound ui your picture Ucalcrssend
?i?r., ,1 t' or ,or a tl',i:rJntIvo tin ular, In
the publlihci. .1, 1 KYDKlt
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker k Ulako,)
PAINTS & OILS
WINDOW SlTAD E
And tbo celebrated lllumlnatlnir
flrois; UuildlnEl nth 6t.A Oomerolal AT'
SJunHIMtSON St K SO) MANTIS.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, fic.
raI will sell In car load lot 4 at manulie
turers prices, adding freight.
COFFKY, UAKUISON A CO.
(SUccoaaora to I), llurd A Bon.i
n.iii m imam ami ssai
NnH' (thin Irfivri. (UIHO. ll.XM
Wood Rittonliouse & Brother
Or.NKRAI. Coil .MISSION Mr.HCHA.VT,
133 Ohio liovec, Cairo.
U. A. Thonia L. I). Thorn
TUOMH & UUOTUKll,
Succetoara to 11. M.llulen,
COMMISSION AIKJiCHANTS, RHOK Kit
AND DBALBHfl IV
NSaiilf, airt I'ainry S.'rurorloa,
foreign and Domestic
PBTJITS .3STX) 2TTJT
1M Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - . ILLINOIS
NEW YOltK. tJTOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ti-uoasr vaubtt stock in run rur
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOSB.
lorni-r of mnnlMiiSti asretam4 oau
C. O. PAT1EII
MILLER. & PARKER,
l'LOUll, CORN, OATS, UAY,&e.
Agents for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &.SOtT.
(Successor to John P.. Phlllis,)
FORWARD 1NG MERCHANTS,
II AY, COUN,
MEAL, BRAN, 4a
agents for Lafiin & Rand Powder Compan
COn. TENTH 8T. & OHIO LKVICK
. CAIRO, ILLS.
8, AVhi. rc. arss
AYERS & CO.,
? L O U
. N K I ( I . t ! ( I M M I SS 1 1 1 N .M K 1 1(1 H A N I
Mi' 7 Ohio linvro (Uixo. It.l
Y. Stratum. T. Illn
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
a? ojio zi:r&; cnino.
LIQUOR ) E ALE1I
No. O'O Ohio Lovco,
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avenue
T3 UtKn Willi of Cairo and Vlnceimti fllUvd
A trusty watch kept night and day for
zinnia nuu auamooais.
THK IIL'ST OF AflCOMMnilATIONK
for tranclont guests at
TWO D 0 L L A Ti h v v. n i a
RoW. Wood & Oo
F00nao,"ll ynstsi Animals. Iron Stairs,
Lamp Ios, stable FUtlugj. '
Wire Works. b '
jASTi WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
t-oncert ana Leeturu Halls.
And a General Assortment of Orna.
mental Iron Work
' 1 i 1 -4 ' s
A man Intending to do business must
first prcpnro himself to meet Hie re
(liiirenicntH of his enstomers; next ho
must let crery possible or probable
customer luotr that ho Is so prepared.
In a verj email place ho mar TELL nil
tho peoplo trliat lie can do. In a large
Tillage a printed handbill, poster or
circular, properly distributed, trill lie
rflicaclon. hut WHOEVER IS IN A
PLACE LARGE ENOUGH TO SUP
PORT A NEWSPAPER WILL HM
THAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THKOUHH WHICH TO AllIIIttSSTIIK
It n' , .
1;. . ;
W HOLES ALU AND RKTAIL
M sssBPVssHffittsst jf
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Pcrftmirry, Soaps, Brushes
Toilett Articles, Drtifrgist's Fancy Goods, ( oilier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tt be Colors, JJvo
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
i-',-e-?ol.,cf (,n.n',cPonl'!n:o and order from DniKKl't", l'hjIdan ami (Icnrral Storof
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PKEf CRII'TION,
74 Ohio Lcvec. Wiislilnglnn Ate. cor. Eighth St.
a j. x r o .
J Q. HV AN &. CO
d Ijiid A (rent o! tho Illinois Central and
liunington and JIl-ourl 11. It. Co-.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents
7-1 Onto Lever, Second Flour,)
Iluy and Sell HIIAI. liSTATK. I'y TAAK
ruriiisiif All, Inn 1, ol Tltl.
t3)"l.aud Comttii luur.
Coal an u Woodward.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
r--Jlcpt ntantly on html at Itos' Yanl.
C-omiuerc.l avenue, oi.poslto lli-o,.' Ittiilil!
-ill, lreo of cnrS- "nn Mrlutly
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TORNKY ti UillfNSKMlK 1 u
Oflllco Over FIrht Ifutional Bank. 3-lMm
John 11. Multcy. vrimum C. 3luikcr.
MULKEY & SON,
AriUKMyS AT LAW
mT tv.:; ti: " ,rr,, "w;cn L-mntnrr
GREEN & GILBERT,
I0UNSEL0RS AT LAW,
tVllll.ini 11 !rnnn
IVilllani II. Ollbcrt,
Slllos F. Gilbert,
OA IHO, ILLS.
KfS fin mini n,itt,L, ..I 4 .....
Olflce : Ohio Igvtc, itonm, .7 nn.j 6nver
wi -i.uiuiiai 1 sit 11 K
Z. 1). Jlatmus E jjj.
MATHUS8 & UHL.
Forwarding ,"t Ucnera,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
paint in oil
, FJ RST NATIONAL BANK
it. W. MI I.I.CII, I'nuldont,
.1. M. I'llII.I.II'S. t'loa Trwldcn',
CIIAS. CUNMX1II.VM, Calilr.
COLLECTION PUOMPILV MADE
E"CHANOK,coln, bank notes t k L'nltcd
oiiuu; Mcurnic. uuuni unu ioiu.
Iiiti'ient iiIIohmI on time dipi.flt
TJ,E city national
V. P. HA I.I.I DAY I'r. sldr nt;
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I.M'liitRcr, Coui 11 siil Unllcd hiiM
fwt.un aiiiiiKjii ,11,11 num.
li:i'ilTrf rrci-ivrd und u general banktnri
KNTEUPKLSB SAVlNOd HAMi
Ciiahtkiiu Maiioii 01, I6C0.
OITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIBO.
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