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JOni. OBB&I.Y, Editor.
REPLY TO MR. fOTTMl
....I.IIt. In nnnltini- rnllllllll OIH"
the editorial broadsides Mr. I'w tU
ho much pleasure in ponrliur Into the
torofU.oBut.u:Ti.v. Inylll -ruwlt.yalltl.oso
o lafc" le gW
bicl ii.,nn.Mi'l not without n
imiilc of Mlbftrt'"" y a ",m,or of ""'
IWoid.. . . . , .
Before ni.lylux to tl.uartlclf, we wMt
to express regret at the evident mmer of
the writer. Wc certainty have clvcn to
Mr. Potter no provocation for ll.o many
liarsli, unjust, and oven untruthful tl.lnjw
he has written about us. Ho U a p:n tie
man for whom we entertain M-iitlinenl. of
tho highest esteem, and wo meant no of
fense by calling his attention to the fact,
tht, as he had been un olllecr In a negro
regiment, lie wa not a proper man to
call us a "negro lover"' that lie wa not
a lit ally of men who deemed persons
of his kind to bo i 1 degraded
white trash and refused to
awciate with them socially. NY lx-lieve
him to be a good and honest man of vio
lent prejudices, truthful w hen not angry.
and not as mean a politician as lie .-eem".
The fact that lie was a "negro ollicer,"as
his Uourftoiilc frend express It. does
not prove that he 1 a degraded white
man unfit to cufoy .-oelal equality with
Democrats. It Is true he has ruthles'ly
abused us, and without provocation, but
fitlll wc entertain lor him only the most
friendly feelings. Wc could not, even It
wc made the attempt, learn to
regard him with the contempt
with which" such men a he 1.
are regarded by tits Ilourbon-nemocratlc
associates, who denounce men ol the Tot
ter kind in very harsh language, calling
them associates and companions in arms
of murderous niggers.
First Chaiiof.. That our brother-in-law
says wc severed our connection
with a Democratic newspaper In Ohio be
came wc could not support so rank a
Copperhead as Gen. McClellau lor the
Presidency. If Mr. Totter ejjor. U
luxury ol brothers-in-law he need not be
told that their kindness I sometimes
troublesome," and, that they not infre
quently believe they know much more
than they do. Our brother-in-law, in
thearticle.refcrred toby Mr. Potter, made
not one but many mistakes, and the
McClcllan assertion was one of them.
Wc opposed the nomination ot a War
Democrat, like McClellau, and of a Peace
Democrat, like Vallandlgliam. Wc
held that if McClellau were nominated
thousands of Peace Democrat would re
main iwvay from the polls, and that If
Vallandlgliam were nominated the War
Democrats would oppose the ticket. We
believed Judge Nelson, of the Supreme
Court, or some such man, should be
nominated a man whose reputation wa
iu. w i.i oi.wtj. u,i Whose po
sition I""' I'nfit J.1... ...,. Hum
citing fltfhtaol tho War and Anti-Wan
factions of the Vomornttlo jinrty. V
belero we were not wrong In our con
clusions. Hut McClellau was nominated,
and we supportedjilui hi our paper, ad
dressed public meetings in hi behalf and
voted for him. We sold our pap-r to ob
tain money to pay debt.
Skco.vb Ciuuois. That in 1SC0, iu tin
Cairo Democrat, wo out-llcrotlcil Herod
and Brick .l'ointroy In denouncing- ne
groes and negro measures, and in .-luring
Union Democrats, especially tlio-e who
liad seen service In the army, and iu ful
some adulation of those who had worn the
irray in behalf of Ihc Lost Cause; that we
attempted t keep Ktich men as Col.
Crebs in the rear. Many bitter things we
said iu the CiUro Democrat about Repub
licans, but we deny that we abused the
union army or praised "Itebcls" for
their rebellion. Ve did not own the
Democrat, and many an article was pulj
lished lit that phper for whicli we hhould
not tie held responsible. At that time the
Democratic leaders of Cairo took great in
terest In their "organ' and believing us
to be a youug man of little ability wrote
able articles for its column". We fol
lowed them, often with a protest.
Having no acquaintance In Southern Illi
nois, and being taught to place Implicit
confidence In the leading Democrats of
Cairo, we did not even attempt to lead.
This the Jirtimakuowi!, audit aUoknow
thatitascrtsufalsehood, not intentional
ly, we hope, when it says we at any tlniu as
serted that Union soldiers should be al
lowed in tho Democratic p.irty only on
probation, and lliat niwi Jike Col. Crebs
should le kept in the rear. We were an
ardent aupporter or Col. Crebi both Uine
that he ran for Congress. Wu wrote for
him and spent money to seeuro hN elec
tion. Tiuitu CiuiiGE. .That we advocated
me nomination of Clmsc in 1SCS. We
did, and still believe that his nomination
would have been u wise act. .Men like
Judge Mulkcy, Judge Allen, Judge
Green, John Q. Harinan, Rw,, and
il .1. , . ...
VUH.-1B, wnu uL-iiuiiuecu us lor auvocallug
Chase at that time, now sav his noinlim.
tlon would not have )oen a misfortune ;
and men like Seymour do not hesitate to
say that the fullnre of the Democrats to
nominate C'nase was a blunder. Wc he-
llevo it was.
Fourth CiuitaK.Tliat wo suddenly
uiscovercd Uiat tho inilllons of blacks In
tue bouui were lit for voters. This tho
uuumat riiuitb w oe not true, uiiiy an
anmy man. who is usually truthful
would sake such a founa:itiouic6s asstr-
Uon. we opposeu negro fuiVrniro until
It became a fixed iact. We were fearful
that tho Ireedman, without knowledge (,f
rwHltuUoiu, Ignorant and sujM;rsti.
i, would be a dangerous person to
: to the wdlot box; that he would
be eohtrolled by Radical politicians, and
"otvaafatt hell" at the South. Wc said
o, and therefore opposed the Idea of unl
Vtml euflraife; hut when the
Mrtondmont to tlm noiutl u lion I ftd
been adopted, wo h1 to lnmtM '
I'Tl.odloNrnU. J.ot ti iiliitt. l.el its
accept nccoi..pli,lMvl facts.'' e were
denounced for x'i'-ik ,1,U iulvl(H' ''-v ""'
ireiillomeii '" lead the party herein
m,ll.ri Illinois, but the Democrats of
Pl,3 s,;lloii nt last nccepted our advice,
'n.c.v took the New Departure, and .Mr.
poller look It with them.
So rapidly did the Democrats advance
trom the old HoiiibnnleporMloii of light
ing the results of the war, thai In IS'-'
they nominated Horace (irceley, and
thus rubbed oll'lhe parly all the lues of
the war and slavery. We were a little
in advance of .Mr. Potter In this path, but
lie at last walked up to our position. He
alwavs does, scolding as he walks.
I'll Til Cit.tiuin. ' 1'hat in the (ienerat
Aeinbly we voted for the bill i ntltlcd
"a bill for an act to protect colored chil
dren In their rights to attend the public
schools." Mr. Totter doe not ehaige
that this law had any tendency to mix
the schools. He knows better, and I
aware that tlie assertlon wouut ix a
falsehood so transparent even the loolih
Itottrbou of the Democratic party
would recognle It a a lie. He simply
says, lli act silllxtil jien.
allies to violation of the
law when a black child I inlenvteil th.it
are not provided in behalf of white ehll
ilren, to IJi.it nliile while chiMrvit may
tie excluded from the m-IiooN black ehll
dren cannot Ik under heavy lHMudtlos.
Nobody ha ever denied the risht of a
white child to attend school, or moUN'il
it for doing so : but. although the consti
tution and the law says that the colored
child hall also be educated, colored chil
dren have been inobltetl and denied tlto
right to go to any H'hool toii their own
parate school. The white dilM need
ed no protection ; the black ehlW dW.
isiii Chai:ge Tint in a speveh at
Mound City, lat Fall, we advocated the
absorption of the black by the whit.
race amalgamation. ThM a rol-rep-
reseiitatlon, and we would t-e gbil to te-
lieve It ha been made mUt&keair ; bet
we are sure, if we wvrc to call i: to the
attention of 31r. Potter's Ixwocnuir
friend-, they would say to M-, lha: we
ought not t e.vi anythinr b-etfrfinm
a man who was na cnoagii to l an
interior otlicer in a Mirror rt-nrawi:.
What we advocated at .Moawi Cttv wr
advocated in or ?iereh a: Cairo in tit
court-house, and no one can say wc cwa
alluded to tlie subjt-c; of s:alc3ini:ioo.
We did say, that our sovrrumat. in
stead of adopting the policy of exclusion
the exclusion ol the people of any na
tion or class front our territory, had
adopted the poli-y of absorption had
opened the door of the KepuMic to ikt
incoming ot German, Iri-h. Freeh.
Knglish, the Asiatic sod the African,
with their prejudice and rvtigioiis id,
and had made them the eual of the sa-
tive-born citizen before the law. We en
deavored to bo.v the danger that ex
I'tetl in till condition of a2oir, and
stated that the harraoiiisJn;? cf all tbe
linioit-ni orAnurican state-maii-hip. hi
this connection we callwl at;entio
incmiruouA i-.n-i.iuiii irss 111 rri
to the fact that i.'ome, havlic
ah-odml tlher.s jteojile-sas we have, wa.
tlireateneil with anarch v. but iirevenUil
the (llsater by Imperialism, Uforc which
the Republic fell. We then t.rocMtled to.
sliow thatour -i"rTimi',nt Was iu
iinngVr from anarchy re-sultlng irom the
policy of absorption ; that we must not
think of attempting to avert the danger
by imperialism; that our safety wa
othenvi-o to be secured by Unviny noth
tny undone to maintain the phyttcal rinw
ami intellectual aetititu of the American
race; by teachlti" all the absorbed oco-
ple the Knglish language, "one lan
guage," as Draper says, "implying one
literature, a tendency to uniformity In
the processes ol thought, and to Identify
in lundamental Ideas" all this to be
done by giving lo every child In the Re
publican tiluc'ition that would enable him
to understand our political in-titutloiis.
Tills Is, a briefly as we can state It.
what we said about absorption. 11 does
not even squint at amalgamation ; it looks
the other way; and yet Mr. I'otter
charges that by absorption we meant
miscegenation, which would o the ab
sorption of the white by the black rare.
A little black changes the color of much
white paint ; but much white can Ixi lo.t
In n little black. We are anxious to be
lieve ilr. l'otter misunderstood, and lias
not wilfully lui-represeiited us.
Mivkxtii CiiAitr.i:. That iu iw;-? wo
were in favor of a greenback currency
and paying the bonds with greenbacks,
and opposed to contraction of the cur
rency; that In 1871 we were the tool of
tie -Vafloial bankers and bondholder.
loud iu defense of contraction oftie cur
rency and of the act umklmr the bomU
payablo lu gold.
At the time the greenback bill was I
fore congress, every Democrat lu the
land denounced it as uueoustltutloiv.il and
the greenback legal tender as
an unconstitutional ciuiency. We
thought so, and still believe so. The .Su
preme Court of the I 'nlted States sol
emnl) declared that the legal tender net
could be jusiltlcd only as a war mea'ure,
auu tuo democrats applauded. Wo did ;
so did Mr. rotter. I'rft-ldent (Irr.nt. t
tho suggestion of the Republican icadcrs,
packed the court mid had the decision re
versed and greenbacks declared eonstl
tullonal money. The Democrats de
nounced the act and the decision, lu
1MJ3 -Mr. lViiilleton, Hko another
John Law, Invented what Is
called the greenback wlieme, by whicli
the Republic was to be inadean Kldorado
every person was to become a million,
aire. The Democrats ol the West fell in
with the Idea, and emblazoned upon their
banners the Greenback that they had ex
ecrated. lJut the Democrats of the im.
tlon, lu national convention assembled,
repudiated i'enilletouiuni and noinl
ated a man who had contioverted his
scheme. Alter the canvass, a Congress
elected upon the Issue or PoudlctonUni,
passed by H two-thirds vote mi actdeelar
Ing Unit tlm bonds of tho government
ournplnlnn beibio tho paMfo of thlt
net wn rceognl?ed It m ot lilnutiig ton'c.
Hven Mr. IVndlelon says that to ili-
. . .I...... I
icgiiril II wouiii oe nuiiuiiiii
disgrace. Only gentlemen like Mr. Tot
ter, who hasty lo charge that we
have been used for a price by mnnled
men, are not asliaincd to advocate public
tlMionetv. That such "Mop-thlef !
men, are tlieineives removwl fixun the
pool ol corruption there is. strong jWni
facie evidence for doubting. We do not
boast of our honesty, but we believe
thoe who know us bet know with an
nbolnte knowledge that we have acii-
llced our own intere.-t by combating in
llucntlal Interest for tho public good,
and that Instead of being the tool ol Na
tional b inkir and bondholders. ome of
them theonlv one with whom we hae
ever had aiivthing to do have ivfUel to
patronle u and Imve held over us a rod
that ha never even for an In
staut made u hesitate to penk our reol
sentiment upon any quetiou of public
Upon the financial plank of the IVtno
cratle p.irty of Illinois, adopted at Sptw.c
field last vi-ar, wc tlll stand. It Is wlc;
and when Mr. Totter says H xeek to se
cure ooutractlon. ho prove ly llw asser
tion thst he i eltlier tupid. orltait. with
malttv alorelioHght. Iw ndrcprcel
it. IteomlMt iNOrtthw. al Hs wlie
liujwvrt I a donJ that CTeS:
hull keep it nanl tlx xc4me 4
currenev ami mt alarm m-H-es- by n?
gxtioas of imUUM r
tractiott thai si Mi sSver
shonkl lv tne ha-i i (ke tmivmy,
but that ist stvMiM not a vtwknl
allcittf.. to ieciMty tek sttrn a tei
britttT dl-nslor :o Die h?lr.s tt rne
cowMiry. The I Vtmvnrtk- vrnfiX vf the
We-t k&s Ke taMistf4eiM on the
rial awe-ton. Mr. Patter has sis .
We naw wr nwlrrtaVett i safc
conlMrMv QR lids j-m.
within thetu-i t years as cfcalfcwd
a;icntki. 1: is a qac-tao tksl Jiiml
mtk HtvsRiitK ; bl cli noc t
(vvMmi afvM it.
Etoani iatBO. Ttmt e are i
jbt wcrf. and nenKraBdnr tkecdnxs:
Tif tnt nrrr "H -miim mf fmBrml tn my
made hy tne k-ri'tenrr T tn
Stabf. IJVe the ottocr csetsw
thi is samalT asviient. Tlwte
is n: one jir5 f evlc c(
tmtn. We omto.- :o rfl , vw aly )
wntce wre i- preyf ot cvrmfKiom .- am
mhftt sre aU-i tkac z ts fcvnT s
oardewsn sxuon is jkk MnsL M.-.
T;:r Vnws tni. &i xrkcai mt jbsV- i
tir einrrf we are ;tfa':iaj. ke is tB-
HfrhKT US with JCLftee arnu(.
We tar scsd In i sacrintr 3m',
ereat- t-f wnnrnts hrrj r iw - tn
ivoiiy hiffmac. nJ Ikt 1b -,
tbemfore ciiiw that we kT lm ilwir j
dnly dcfitcate always em-i-irtil. We '
lve written -oK:m- itt thjakU: I ri
.11..- .--Hf UliliCUIl,
bat e l-fcv we nir ay, we have al
ways written iniK -tlr however rnb-taken-
ly. tV iuieotteii W-n in ailvanc of our
party, but it has always, ooiicr
or later, come tip to our tio'-ltlon.
The l'otter liave undue!, olon
Ir.-Mivnncpii position to another,
rumblinx as they went, denouncing
the new order of tilings and si'liinL' for
the Kood old times when tlie craek of the
man-owner's lash was heard iu the land
and the Democracy of the North crawled
on Us belly In the dust In-fore lu han;hty
masters of the .Slave Oligarchy of tlie
l'miiiKXT fiiM.NT's daughter, .Mrs.
Algernon .Sartori, is a mother, and con
sequeutly, the President is a gratid-lallier.
Tlie baby w.-u liorn at Long Branch 011
the 11 Hi lnsU
'DnixKixii" and "cray" are the latest
horrible charges against Ueeeher. What
ilmniir.n .Shearman lias
,'one to Cu-
Wlinl 11 Mlllrsiniill S;iii lu ISI1I.
In lSlil .I0I111 Adams wrote to Thomas
.lell'er.sou : "Can you tell me how the
liberties of the people can be preserved'"
AudJcllersou replied : "Can you tHl
me how to prevent riches from being the
ell'ects of temperance and indit'trv ! Can
you tell nie how to prevent riches Irom
producing luxury! Can you tell me how
to prevent luxury from introducing ef
feminacy, Intoxication, extravagance,
vice and lolly'? If you can answer me
tliee questions, then I hope 1 may ven
ture to answer yours."
Apply thisto tlie present time, and the
mind of the patriot stands appalled at
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)r will last tliifetliiiCHiii
',?,'i' ,il!t',lll."!"t ""iivtlmn nny nthrr pail of it
niV ite I'rU-.., bo cviiUtivr K"Uun. Hemt lor
. H ailUIIILT III (.(UlllrilMV 11
0 'i wit
fuuiu u JACKSON, (JuiM AKtllt.
i'i'i "inliliixtimHt , thli-uito.
VABIKTY STOIt R.
WHOLKSAtE AND RKTAII..
IN TIIK CITY.
Gootln Hold Vory Cloao.
Oornnr lDtli St. mitt Coinniurclnt Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
ui'.ai. i:.-ta 1 1: Aai:.r.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
.ONYEYANCKUS. NOTAKIKS PUBLIC
J Und Ak-vnts of tlm IlliuoU Central mill
UurIi:u:toti mill Uulucy 11. 11.
North Cor, Sixth nnd Ohio Lovnn,
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. 4 ll'WUT,
LYNCH & HQWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE -At the Court House
rha People's Remedy.
The TJaivcrsial Pain Extractor.
.ai Jcr Pond Extrnrt.
Tiie lu 01i.tr.
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all Druiridm.., I'liymcluit-, nii'l in,.r.
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POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Vi-h Vorlk anil I.oiiilini.
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NOTI0K8 OK Illli I'ltKHri.
The ever lucretislnt; elrcillatlon ol iIiIm
uxeellent monthly piovcH IU eotitinueil
ailuptfon to popular itehlreM and needn. In
deed, when wo think Into liow iii'iny houum
11 iiuiiuuuiin nery 111011111, wo IHUrl eon
kider it us 01111 ot thu eiliii utort n n ull us
entortalnerN of tlm pulille uiliid, lor Ilk vast
popularity Inn liten won by no appeal to
ktupld 1 rejiiilleok or depraved taitin, Uo
I he elniiueter which thin Miu.'a.iiio iio..
kei.ek for varlety.eiiterpiUe.artii-tle wealth,
and literal y culluro thr.l han kept pace with,
if It li:n not led Ihu tlincc. kliouhl eiuiko IIh
comluctorn to regard it with luHlllablu coin-
plaeeney, Itid'o entitles them to a ereat
elaliu upon thu liuhllu uratitudu. The
Maga.lne Iiuh done cobd and not evil all
the daynol Itklifu. llrooklyn Kagle.
l'oktago fico lo wilicrlherH lu the United
Harpcr'H .MiiKalne, one year ...81 Oft
$1 (X) lneluiluh prepayment ot II. N. jmfit-a-o
by tho publlkiieiH.
Hubkcriptiotik to lliiipor'ii Mf,':izlne,
Weekly, or Ilnzar, to ono addreks lor 01111
year, 910 00; or two of Harpcr'n porlodl
calk, to one tulilrem for ono year, 7 00;
An extra copy ol either the Magazine,
Weekly or llazar will bo ktipplleit ijraiN lor
every club of live miiikerlhorri nt $1 0(1 eaeli,
In 0110 remittance; or klx copies lor $211 00,
without extra copy; poktah'o free.
Hack numbers can be supplied at nuy
A coinnlcto net of Harper's Mauazlnc.
now coiuprifin 40 volumex, lu neat cloth
binding, will be sunt by uxpresn, Iroiuht at
the expeiue of purchaser, I'or $1! -i5 p(r
volume. Sliik'lo voluuieri, by mull, postpaid,
.') 00, Cloth eases, for binding, M ecntH,
by mall, postpaid.
tSTNowfpapurn arc not to enpy this ml
vertlkoment without tho express order i of
Harper Si Ilrotlier.
AddrckK HAItriOlt.t UHOTHKItS, N. V.
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED IJItICK
Business House and Roidno
Anil iho (wo lots upon which it is situated
3J"OIX SALE !
'I lint U(ll IIiiUIiihI III irk HdllRi' 111 llif l-ol ln-r .r l'niilnr nhtl 'I'uotilli.lli li.d lu i.'lil.
unit Million iicriiiiuii'.il;ilnii- mi Mi-hI llnnr, unit
-;, Mni U npun uliirli It n l.ii-ntcl. I hoM at
Nnlnriliiy. July :tlsi. is?.i,
fiir riili in tinn.l 1 lieu- m ill niM l-i.U'i tin iral i-nliili-, n plni k of irmri'ilrs.'incliiillnir vn.
iiny nrnrtlrici ufiliilly n-ut nml n lot or riirlor,
As tliu owner U ill tiTintmil lo ill. ivtrylnnly
lie ! will In- iontliiiiii'l Willi ml lrtirvc
I iilni, .Iiiuc o,
Ofit.nl Tor Hale nt
Creai IReducticn in Prioos,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percalos,
L All Gil STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
ljtyp M.wk t.f Vhtto Ooodn, Victoria Liwiia, !iwl .Inmalles, ait-t a laritr -UxV it
RlbtKJtlH. 'lli.-n.tirvMKl. will i .il. :it a. ui il r..-t .ii.l i-..nliniit tint It it It rlomi nut. ( ll
ml lr.nvinnt..ri.it lt.irain- 1 i:iis v f(. .- i 4 1 1 .
Corner Eigh-tli St. and Comraorcial Ave
in 1,, Be i ra 1
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILORS (J'F
V. -..lif it f otrii.on l. ni c nml .r.l.-r' from
1 '"' f"".11 '" "."r ft"""'", Plant
11II1.I 1U1 n I mMc Imijc at rinni:il..' r.u h.
imUGOISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIElt WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
URUSIIES, SOAPy. COLORy, OILS
TITHE COLOIlrf. nvv Bniirpta
W1IOLESALK 4: RETAIL, CfilPO DETAIL ft PRESCRTPTIOfi
7-1 Ohio Lovno. I j VashtnKtoa Av.,Cor.8th 3t.
irfry-wii-i-ri-r tfttftrtfrt wr- -.rMfrW1r tif-ifir- '11 - mi i lm,
F. M. STOCEZTIhEBTH,
Imporlor and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and ILiquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopa n full at oak of
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELIiV JSIjANI) AND OALlimjlNlA WINES.
family hmI.I.mkc nlioc, will, witli li.li VI nml
Aiii tliiii lo Hie lilglicul lilltrr, on
ir.u ilmkl ami Kltrliin I'urnltnit.', too imiTii'ioau
lio limy le-lr t-tcat laivnlii" uliniild nllcml,
of dry goods
1 .111 Ui . I'livaiclam nr.l (..
. ..ml I .inijy tUtllrinr tu.,a PinilstHil or I )