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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETiyRipAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1871.
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nth alarpt mil ineriain't circulation. the Ilullc-
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'nrerjtnrinj butinm men.
Till: ItOM.AIt WEEKLY JIL'LLKTI.V.
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On D flat per nm. inrikiwj it the chenpet pa
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'or Vrrxiilrnl 1ST-,
AM HS H, DOOLITTLE,
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Subject to the decision of the nrttimml dem
IThe Xew York World on Senator Doohllle.)
'"Ilis'rtcord is so consistent ami untar
nished that it may be lil.ened to a straight
Itne drawn across i nuzzle a clear beam,
itnsirerred fcy the fluctuating atmosphere
vi American polities, inrougn inr pan
Vwii o ifi In S nitor DoMttl'k iWnwl n( IH
traif, in JSCs.
"Utmartliy theHoutliaiCjtnilliH iirop.p. to
in) the people jf l.uiiiim alter they ImU n
ii 'licihijrainrt Kdmp anil hail ti'i-n put down b)
tiu armiPH ut lliut pupr. Whpn i tic nuextion
nra.i. in tfjQ senate : VMit fchall l.n ilitiki. uitti
l.it.lim un'l thP n'onle cif Litiiim ' there ern
"ine eten tln ie ho tlioutcJt "Confiscate theii
I'lPhfttv ; miikp Ihein Haei." There Mas. hou
Her. miu'i IKiaJav who vsoubl have inuila thctn
Vanes to thttr w n Itut Canitltoa, wlioc
Itecnui a iingio nn na mvie inn immmin
inoital. mill: ''Srriatorn. let us in ike them trllnw
"IMens. i.ni thU ii 1 lo flip noupr mi'l L'liirv tA
Koml" Let u. now that they hue l.u.l Juwptho
srnis of liieir rchellmii an I IrnercncneJ their
"IK'k'iencc to the union au! the ttiu. inxkiithu
-uiiinern peoiiiu our IpiIuh -citiiena, umt thu
tUu lii thft porter an 1 uliirv 'U mip imtinn.
' .lint U Mwciti tlic 'Into fjoTcrntncnt no
,:,o frJurul uovernmonl, nlia thn latttn
hu limited by tho d.-nni tit'o i to tho now
r delcciilcJ, nnil tlio elritos ft A puoplo lie
I It froo to rcctllnlo their ovri tlomcUlc
..m.lr in tlic-fr own wit.V, till p wer will bo
fctitralie.l. nJ republicanism give way
to Impcrliill'in. Appliituc In tin)
'bool of Jiickaon 1 leurncil to lovo tlic j
onion oftbo ilHta, nnil to opposu nulllll
oatlon (in-l scci'j'lon J mid, n to nil tho
power dolegntud, to chorisli tlio constltu
mm wlin li iiiudo Unit Union in tho higher
law of Jlbctty.and of ,ntionnl life. Ap
nlniiie.1 Tlioio IdQits. nraldit tlio troubloin Umo
through whleii wo'hftvb pwied,' ntnldat nil
the confusion nnd mutntlotis of parties,
have bton tho guld.e and tho lecrtt of rny
life. I mny lomotlmcs have erred. Hut
to tbcHo great Ideas, which In my judg
ment aro the basis of all truo republican
govornmont, and which aro now the basis
of tho democratic-republican party, as or
ganized in this state, and organizing
ovorvwhero throughout tho Union, I have
at afl times steadfastly adhered, nnd in
good and in ovil report, in sutuhlno and
tn storm, wnetner encercu oruunuunuuu
many or by few. Great applauso.
And my fr!cndi,do you ask mo tlio so
crct of that atrcngth, the power of that
faith, which in dnngor knows no fear, and
In darknejs feels no doubt? Tho simple
answer is, I bellove. In my soul I be
llevo thoso ideus aro true, nnd truth is ever
lasting, tho samo yostorday, to-day and
forever, and tho soul that reposes upon
truth leans on tho Almlgnty lor us
a fw words now of a personal naturo.
I And I shall not be ablo to enter fully in-
to tho canvass until after tho middle of
tho month, havinmome nrivato encase
ments which can not bo postponed.
Tno notion of tho convention at 3Iadi-
son, in placing mo in nomination for gov
ernor, was wholly unexpected by us all,
and to no ono morothan mysolf. Being at
wnrlr at Mndiion ju an arbitrator, my
friends in Kaclne county named mo as a
dolccatc, and desirod mo to spoak to the.
convention. X canionitu w uu mm, uu.
T timl no tboiieht ofbeine named for gov
ernor, or tho speech I had prepared would
lieeonlo asnccr.h of accoplanco. uuttucre
was such, an unanimous, warm and earnest
appeal to mo to accept that I could not do
otherwise. It was the old men who ap
pealed to me In the namo or tlio young no
mocracy. Thoy said all old issues are
passed away that tho young men were in
earnest, persistent, enthusiastic, eager for
work ana sanguino oi victory. nu iuv
many republicans wcro everywhere ready
tntnln ua. Thevsald. in substance. "The
old democratic-republican party is rising
again from tbo ashes or tuo past, reueemea,
regenerated disenthralled from all dead Is
sues, freed from old hates and old preju
dices, and if I would consent to bo placed
at the head 01 tno licitci, against uenorai
Vaihburno, who was sure to be nominated
bv federal oiucc-iioiuersaiiaeirciwuiuaiu,
tfioy could carry Wisconsin this fall." It
was assurances anu appvaia nao mou,
which coma from every rart ot the state,
which provailed, and the nomination wa
1 obscrvo somo of the radical newspa
pers eay that the action of our convention
was a mere matter of form. Never were
men more mistaken. How do thoy know
that? Our convention certainly did not
say that, and, Judging from its action, it
means anything but that. Its spirit, una
nimity, enthusiasm, mean earnest work;,
a etrugglo for truth, justice, liberty, nnd
cnualitv. undor a government of limited
powers" It means abiding faith in tho so
bor second-thought of tho people, soldom
wrong, nnd alwavi cllicient. It tayf, as to
tho dead issues of tho past, 1 Let tlio dead
bury their dead." As to tho living issues
of thoprtsent, it says, "Strike hands with
hll those who aro already with you and
with nil who aro willing to loin you upon
tho living issued, whether they have been
ith you or against you upon me ucau
Tho comnilttco callintr our c nvontion,
following tho suggestions of tho rddress of
tho democratic conservative members of
comrrcss, invited nil to unito in choosing
delegates who boliovud In tho doctrines
announced, anu also to take part in its pro
ceedings, rue convention, n piatiorm,
nnd canui'lnWB nil apeak the same lan
guage. Thoy Invito all democrats and in-
itu all republicans to unite togolhcr as a
band of brothers upon tbo living issues of
tho present; to march shoulder to.shoul
dor in tho present druggie, upon a footing
of perfect equality, with a strong resolvol
to uowervo aim vo auniovo victorv.
Aa I alatoil'ln mv innncli at nrppn
tunce, tho maiiMssuo Lvforo us is, whethur
tho rights of tho states to reyulntb. their
own domestic aiiuirs slioulu bo respected,
or wiictnor im power Bhouiu bo central-
izeu at wuBiungion. l repeat that state
ment ot the issue, nnd I tsk every honest
republican, in tins stnti-, If that centraliz
ing power was not felt in tho ropublleun
convention which iiominutcd Gen. Wash-
burno? I ask you, my republican friends,
uo you noi leei ic tins moment, hero in
Wisconsin, the wot kings of that centraliz
of war; of nmorlrg the cvlla crow.)
Ingouto military reconstruction una car 1
tJui-Uiig rule ut tiiii ait.uu, nl to ihhj
the iirgutnent of Hn itor .Morton, and o
i.hoo who repeat thoni. Tor tho present
t will only read part 'of a statement lately
tnmln by a confederate officer in presence
uf 1,200 confedoralo soldiers, gut iuied to
gether at a social reunion In Missouri. I
wish every republican In Wisconsin couiu
read It. 1 refer to tho speech of ex-Oov-ernor
lleynoldi, of Missouri, an officer in
tho rebel nrmy. It show,
WHAT, XSrltAXCHimtKNT UAS HONE IN
and clearly vindicates tho couno of its
present ablo governor, 11. Oratz Drown,
and of that senator, formerly a resident of
our stato, who, I think, as an orator, has
few equals, and as a writer no superior in
America Carl Schurz. I refer to tholr
courso in urging universal amnesty as a
basis of peace. Missouri has demonstrated
that love is stronger than hate ; that deeds
of charity and forgiveness can win what
acta of oppression and humiliation can
never wring from tho hearts of bravo mon,
lovaltv and affection.
Head "it, follow-citizcni, nnd nsk your
neighbors to road it. Manhood, renowed
loyalty, and affection breath inovcry word.
It reaches ovory heart.
Want of spaco compols us to omit the
extract of cx-Oov. Itoynold's apeecli read
by Mr. Doollttlc. Ed.
THE TINANCIAL SITUATION.
It will bo my purposo also during the
canvass to discuss tho great questions of
taxation, finance, rovonuo and tnrifl re
form, and tho best manner of simplifying
and economizing in tho collection of taxes
and revenuo; and to relieve, and equalize,
as far as possible, tho heavy burdens, nnd
to apportion them In somo proportion, to
tho ability to bear them.
You all remombor(lhat Gen. Washburn
told tho pcoplo of Kacine, In our joint dis
cussion hero in 1808, that tho pcoplo wee
never so prosperous as slnco tho close, of
tho war. Speaker Hlaino has also indulged
in the samo strain quite recently. Hut, it.
must bo borno in mind, that within the
past few years Mr. Hlaine has becomo a
very rich man, a millionaire, it Is said;
and how can ho sympathize with or know
tho truo condition of the common pcoplo,
or tho burdens thoy now bear? Wo all
know that wniio tno tortunato low may
have becomo suddenly rich and aro above
all pecuniary troubles, tho great mass of
the people, professional mon, small mer
chants, traders, mechanics, farmors and la
borers never felt the burden of taxation
and tho struggle for a respectable and hon
ast livlihood more than now. To'show
HOW VTZ ARK TAXED
I read from a list which I havo had no
time to verify by actual computation, but
which I beliovo to bo correct. A gentlo
man, previously engaged In commerce, who
understands his subjects, has takon tho
trouble to see what the duties are upon a
few leading articlos. Look at tho list.
The poor roan is taxed:
Onhla sail ICS
Un li:s pepper - 1IJ
On hia rice - hi
On 1:1s soap -
On b!a starch - M
Un I la Croilics - 40
Un hla sheets of hu bed ....... &6
.On the blankets that cor,er him 240
on inc carpci neuuya
On hla window curtains Mi
Unhiaknitesand forka - 35
Ua lilt window glasi 65
Un hit water pitcher 4U
On tho hat ho weira 4u
Un hla etockiiiKK -
On adremot silk for his wile 7u
On n dress of woolen - 100
On a ahawl
The farmer is taxed :
H'KKCJJ Or IIOX. .TAJIKS It. 1)00-
LITTLE AT KAn.Vi:.
TIIK WSUKS UPON WHICH
I'A.MI'AlfiX IS TO HI-;
Till-; I.NTKIU'UUUNCK OF THE
A DM I MSTJl ATI OX IX THE
POLITICS OF THE
t XI VEUSAL AMNESTY
ONLY HASIS OF 1'EHMA-
HOW THE I'EOPLlVillE TAXED.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Is my pertonal friend, and of him I thull
novur .-peiid in anv other terms tlmn nl
friendship and cateem. arid shall nndnnt.t.
cdly Hccept his invitation to canvass the
Stato. Jint how was his nominattun
mado 7 Was It not tho prcssuro of federal
patronage and powor which produced it I
True, it did not ut Madison what it lately
did at Now Orleans, place a company of
soidiort at tho door of tho convention to
exclude nil who had no tickets from the
administration. Wo have not uuitucome
to that yet in Wisconsin. Hut do you not
loni mm it was tho army oi leuurai
officeholders who dictated that nomina
tion ? Tno men who led that army wore
no epaulettes, but thoy wielded icdoral
powers and produced that result. Aro
thcro not thousands many thousands o
republicans in Wisconsin who havo not
yet yielded to tho revolution In favor
centralization, who are ready, now that
an oiu issues are closed up, to rebuko thl
leueraiuictatlou and assert tho rights or
ireo siato to nominate as well as to elect
Its own officers ? Can thcro bo a hotter
time to do no than now ? " Now'g tho day
and how's tho hour."
I'ooiittie, democratic can.
uLu1?1' Vih., 'September
Sm!.J.ih5m,1- Ioolitile. demi
wXL.frnt,,ur. addressed a larg,
St. t housu steps, in this
VerveX i.,i .U1 "'Option wa.
Doolltt .....t, "I'l'iause. Jlr,
but wholly out of place in the civil ad!
....ii.iuKuon 01 a republican tiovernment.
lor that rests upon the people, to whom
KVt.ltWt in. .... . . . '
. n. ' or agonts aro rcspon-
l. ,i?;. J 'U tl"e array we know obodlonco
.1, .it. w1S?'"n I"1" of imprisonmont or Vf
death, f be private ,oldlr is a mere ma-
Jbave lived amen . v .'. .. .. u?lw whf
YOU know from r i r"m;
. . " ? ' I IIIIIL
111 rentlt.llr.utl nnunahmant
year, allow mTto Vm u. y TT YaT' lo " n,nd not to
YOU hnvn tin.. i.. . tbov u.,.,1. . U Ul id to uct at If
TJ.r : " 1,10 I'Olltlcu tehool
JeUersun. of Mu.ii 1 i . ,
".."V. w"o ald. 'i.ove thv
-irtlclafrarrii fro,., Him T r "
every una vt tvrun,,v . . , r .
mo touit oi nut, rApnlun.. i
Madison 1 ioiirntd tocKra,
dutlnguishtdusnboio . ii ..,".
?r"eo'tu,o'iM" d.r to rnBv7
.lain inu puwunoi un government! o,,. ...
and federal; that ulthout such 1 mu fill1
tho rights and liberties of ,LV "I
people can be lecured in tho states; and,
i to im.
d to huto
a t, V l" "ltt.!lu nd not the servants
" I'UUIIJQ. A ilini.i.A 1- at
of "7. Bl tll uf the domination of !
first leV, , :?e" tl"", ovcr neln their
.., h u. Vi ,ul 1,1 ropublleun freedom tho
icrvanu I,, ii ' !UrTU,,t' ft,ld "ol tl,ul 1,10
crtanu ahull rule thu r niuttor. r!r...
Un his hoe nml epade, each ,
Onhla horflL'.shoeti M
On hit plow 45
unmi cnaira - ..iou
Un his harness - 25
On a hand-saw 75
On a ppaknlfe - U)
On a dinucr can 35
Un an Iron-hoop pail - CO
For tho present, I will concludo what I
havo to say in answer to Speaker Hlaino
cn this subject by reading to you tho most
eloquent nnd truthful account of our pres
ent condition, in tho language of Kidnoy
Smith, written more, than forty years ago.
I once read this on tho floor of tho senate.
It describe our condition now so perfect
ly, it seemed so liko prophesy, that sena
tors 'spransr to their feet to innuiro the
name of thu author. I commend it for its
truth, and, as u specimen of writing of un
equaled simplicity and force, I commend
it to every young man. x,et mm read it
cam anu Ream, .et him learn it by
heart, and when Gen. Washburn or.Speak-
or Hlaino shall toll you how rich you art.'
nd how light all your burdens are, repeat
it to them:
''Taxes upon every article which enters
si to tho mouth, or covers tho back, or is
luced under loot: taxes unon overvihint;
which it is pleasant to see, henr, fcc),smo)l,
or taslo; takes upon warmtn, ngni ana
locomotion; taxos upon everything on
earth, and tho waters under tho earth; on
everything that conies Irom abroad or it
grown nt Tionie ; taxes on tho raw mate
rial ; taxes on ovcrv trcsh vaiuo that
added to It by tho industry oi man; tiixef
on the saiico whloh pampers mini's appi'.
tite, nnd the drug that rostorcs him to
health; on thu ermine which decointcs
tho judge, nnd tho ropo which hangs tho
criminal ; on tho poor man's suit, and the
rich man's tmico ; on tho brass linils of thn
coffin, and tho ribbons of the brido: ut
bed or at board, couchant or levant, wo
"The schoolboy whip his taxed top ;
tho beardless youth manages his taxed
horse witu a taxed uriuio on a taxed road ;
and tbo dvint: Lnclishman, pourum his
mcdtcine'Which has paiu i percent, into a
spoon that has paid lf per cunt., iliiigs
liiuisoir hack upon nis chintz bed which
has paid 22 percent, makes his will on an
8 stump, and expires in tlio arms of an
apothecary Who lias paid u liconso of a
hundred 'pounds for tho privilcue of put
ting bim to death. HU wholo proporty is
then immediately tuxed from 'X to 10 per
cent. Hcsides tho probate,-largo foes arc
demanded fur burying him in tho chancel;
his virtues- aro handed down to posterity
on taxed marble, and ho 'is then gathered
to bis fathers, to be taxed - no more.'
f Groat iiDulnuso.1 .
Ailtton again to ins propneviu warning
"in addition to ail tins, tuo naun oi ueai
ing with largo sums will make the govern
munt avaricious and nrofuso: and tho sys
tern itself will Infallibly gene.rato tho base
vormin ofsnies and lulormort, una asm,
more pestilent raco or political tools una
retainers of tho meanest and most odlou
description; whilo tho prodigious patron-
ai!o which the collecting ot tins splendid
ruvenuo wimiirow inio mo nanus oi me
government wfll Invest It with so vast an
Inlluenco, ano. uoiu out such means anu
tomplation to corruption as all tho virtue
and public spirit oven of republicans will
bo unable to resist." lureat appiauso.l
With very align modification, it do
TIIK CIIINRSC (JOEHTION-OOKIIA.M MAKKS
A BfKKCII A IIOMIISIIKt.t. IN 7 It B Ith-
runncAN t'AMp ii u wo.v t iik ciioKnn
OFF IIKICK rOMKHOY OltATKft AUAIN'aT
Tlln NKWWKfAllTUIli: MM I.AMT al'KKCII
JOIl THIS CAall'AIII.V V AI'KTIIKTIC
Ily tho by, this Cfclnrso qupjtiun Is prov
ing to the Republican party In California
ilmost as serious a nuisance as tho negro
question has been nnd ttill is to tho Demo
cracy. When tho Republicans repudiated
tho old doctrino or "tho rights of man"
and wont over and stolo tho nntl-Chlnoso
plank out of the democratic platform and
put to sea on that, thoy lost tho sympathy
of men of liberal ideas nnd enlarged
vlowi, here and olsowliero. Hut that was
not tlio worst of it. Soveral ultra repub
licans havo sailed in to attack tho position
of tho party on account of It. Geo. 0.
Oorham, Secretary of tho United States
Senate, who, four years slnco, as Republi
can candldato for Governor of California,
led tlio party into slaughter, defeat, and
Utter hopeless rout, smarting undor his
still unhcaded sore.'', has como back here
to stump tho State for thu prcsont ticket.
Last Thursday night ho addressed a largo
meeting at Piatt's Hall, nnd took occasion
to say tiat tho letter which he wroto on
tho Chinese question nt that time an
open, manly, nnd crediltiblo letter it wn,
too expressed his sentiments on tho Chl
neso question, nnd, so far ns
ho ns an Individual Mas
eoncorncd, they wcro still his sentiments,
though not thoso at prcsont of the
Republican party of California. Tho fact
that ho was always tho spoulal advocato
cftho Central Pacific Hallway subsidy
schomcs, and was nut up for tho Governor
hi)t and run for that offico by that corpo
ration, contributed largely to his defeat
at that time. Ho look occasion to say
that tho Honublican party had " left him
out in thecold ' by tho Democratic war cry
of " no subsidies, " nnd wont on to dofend
tbo action oi Congress la tho matter of
railroad land grants, maintaining that all
tho rights of settlers had been scrupulous
ly guarded, and the grants would redound
mmcnsciy to tho boncllt of the whole
country. 1 ho speech fell liko a bombshell
n tho Jtcpublican camp, nnd the demand
that he should bo "choked otf'cainoup
to the Stato Republican Central Commit
tee from all sides. Unfortunately Gor-
ham is a prominent candidato for tho
United States Scnatorship for California,
has named, or is reputed to havo named.
eleven Representatives to tho Stato Legis
lature irom ban r rancisco, and abovo all,
subscribed nnd paid down
$2,000 in hard coin, toward tho
expenses of this campaign, and ho won't
bo chockod off. Ho proposes to L'o rlcht
on and canvas tho State. To this trouble
is added tho grief of tho faithful at tho er
ratic Frank rixiov. who has been defeat
ed for about every ofllco within tho gift of
the pcoplo of California, and was ono of
the founders of tho Republican party on
the Pacific Slope. Pixlev comes back
from Europe refreshed, reiuvenatcd. and
rantankcrous, and. nflcr delivering n lec
ture at Piatt's Hail last Saturday r.igbt
for the benefit of n noblo public charity,
in which ho dclondcd tho Paris Communo
and tho International Workingmen's So
ciety, now threatens to como out and blow
tho Hetiuhlicnn nnrtv slcv.hieli far lta"niw
departuro" un the Chinese question, and
its recreancy to pnncipio in tlio baso con
test for power. Then, too, there isnmovc
mont not very formidable, it is true, but
still a movement to bring out n straight-
out Jtcpublican municipal nnd judicial
ticket for San Francisco, and it appears
certain that ono will be put in tho fluid.
Tho Democracy aro supposed to havo
nearly an even chnnco or beating tho Tax
Paver's ticket in San Francisco if on
straight-out Republican ticket is run, but
ii sucu n uckui is put in uio ncia, u is ccr
w. ii. Monnic,
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X rt tr s. .
.mj o i ouk, irfJL D E RS TO AUSORU PROFITS.
Amount or.PoLipiKs in Force Dec. ni ift7o , ir, nrrsm
Total Income to Same Date, . ''W'V f VT A Wafi8fr?S2
(NETlNHREA8rJpFRi8iwINoncE,l87rr ...... yjojo
The Urajmt Xl Itierea durlna; U MO r . AM.. ... '
Gross Increase or Risks in Force, 1B70, ....... . $30jaT.j3o
Only two fompanle In the warld eieeed lhl r6tt Iner'ta. during fsfo. '
iii'kiit which Kuaranieea. ai a enatirH lt,l .. . . .
o M l a. in nronorllnn t Ua Mr.mii,,v. , . ""T''' "'vH'iIi
UZWSwMtthWlt' TATK i REPItEagNTATlVE IN
The oaly Com
wmio jn eai
QBN-EBAI, OFFICE, ST. LO.ITIQ,
JAMES II. URITTON; PieiUenf.- ' - '
henry w. Uouoii. Vice Pre dent. Virr u... ,
. ecreiary. j0lIN Ni lBtTcniitr.. Tr....,,
v. r, UUHM.S, iiuornev. v. t. t. - ...
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
E. P. Rurmnoiuh, Mnnnger.
CAIRO BEAITCH BOARD.
me louoKina namea aenuemen noi.i nr contr.i tin rm in.,,..A. ...... i. .i.. , .
P. W. n ARC LAY,
II. W. Weihi,
II. II. Cinder,
J. M. Phillips,
R. S. IliuniiAM,
Paul a. Sciiuh.
John II. Ouer
T. J. Kertii,
W. S. ErsoN.
I.arn ortr Kate ami l'lana before you Iaanre la any other C'oianaa
LOCAL AG EN TS.
SJARI. 1j. THOMAfi . JJ. KeRK
DOORN, HAKlf, ETC l
1 ,l ..... . .
... ; "Ul ''l.n to make a lone; ipeuch
.u iiibnv. nen our central coininitteo
uuu my associates ahull look ttm ..r,.,m.t
over, and iilslk'n to mo mv share in tl.a
lront urti-tf i.f,... i n.,.i.,n. .,n,.nu .
POtu to diieiita nuitu llioroui'lilv thu iiuik.
.i ,. ... . . I ---,
null, involved : ut to iiio ue.i meuni oi ro-
vuntig iruturnal leuling between thu
norm and south; of healing I'm woundt
scrlbut our condition and points out ono of
our greatost Gangers,
I obscrvo that tho nowtpaper at Oon
Washburn's homo at "La Cross, in an
nounclng my nomination, said that my
funeral had already taken pluco, my re
quiem had boon sung. "Asncs to amies,
dust to dust." Tollow-citizetiii, mon aro
sometimes mistaken, and never more to
than' when the prldonf arroncous opinion
uimuuua iiiein, in iiiuir zoai, tuer oiton
forgot that "truth crushed to i-arlh will
risu again," and that thoso who havo suf
fered for truth's take, touuhed bv lmr
hand, will rlto and triumph with bur, and
compull uven her enemies to "bollovo In
tho resurrection and thu life." Ureal up-
tain to greatly ondangcr tho success of tho
Tax-Payer's ticket, without tho remotest
ghost ol a chance of tlio election of a sin
Nor aro tlio Democracy any moro har
monious. Tho socesh clement of that par
ty don't liko Governor Haight because ho
is n Northern man, and. nn original Re
publican, and swear they won t support
mm niiuougii, wncntiio cio:tion comer,
i think they will; they always do. Thou
Hrick Pomeroy came out here" and, in spite
of tho Democratic Stato Committee, in
sisted upon "orating" on "the issues of tho
day." A few nights since, at Davisville,
Yolo County, two Democratic spcakors
had roared wildly, 'accepting" the situa
tion" and "tho now departuro" as trace-
fully as thoy could, and all was going off
all right, when Hrick got up and express
ed his re 'ret nt having fallen amonc "a
lot of degenerate, weuk-kneud, faint-heart
ed, time-serving, lickspll'le, JJeraocrals."
lie, lor one, could not and would not "aC'
cept tho situation." Ho could not forget
unit the Jtcpublican party was tno parly
winch "murdered .Mrs. frur.-att, overthrow
tlio constitution, plunged tho nation
into civil war, deluged tho land with
blood, mortgaged our industries for ccntu
ries to pay lor money wasted in this
fratricidal war, " cct., nnd tho fat win all
in the lire, of courso. Hut tho Democrats
ro old campaigners, and will not tolorato
my tricks ciilculnted to insuro defeat; so
they havu determined that henceforth tlic
rruprefilblu Hrick tdiull "orato" no more
upon a Duinoerntic platform in this
Slate ut louM, not for this campaign.
How it will nil end tho Lord knowt
As I fall in my lust, this is tho dullrst
and dirtiest cumpitlLMi ovcr made in this
Statu on both sides, and " enthusiasm '
costs moro per head than at any other
tiniu s in eo thu dehme. Roth parties aro
working liko beavers through their lea-
uurs wiinu uio rariK nnu me aro untisaiiy
AKHUKW JOHNKON'H DF.St'lUITlON
Ex-president Johnson, a fuw davs aco,
said: "Grant is wuntlntr In intecrltv.
wanting in tlio will to promote tho eood
of tho country. Tho littlo fellow is sel-
u in nnu avancous beyond bounds, ills
cupidity knows no limit. Ho Is no states
man nnd no sjldlcr. Ho nover disnlavod
any generalship. Hu marched at tho
head no, not nt thohoad, but In tho rear-
of an immenso column ot men that would
havo accomplished tho fume results If ho
uuu uocn in uio moon, wrant was an
unimportant incident. Ho never showed
a spark of genius. hat inspirlnir re
mark did no ovor mnko that cheered his
soldiers mil helped to win n vloinrv?
When did ho ovor put hinuolf In a nniror.
Ilko Jsupoioon aitho bridge of Lodl, to
give courage 10 ins troops Ho nover
showod a singio trait ol generalship. Ho
1 . .. . . 1 . .. ..!, ...
nan iioayiiim,v nuuinsmun, itonovur
visited tho hospitals or showed any fool
ing lor mu Bunering wounded, lie was
nttoriy romorsciess. no was no loader.
Uo nail no pians and no stratucy, I re
peat, that for any good ho did In puttlnc
down tho rebollion ho might ns well havo
i . 1.. ... li
Docn in vno nioun,
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAQARA, N. Y.,
Aas'la ....ll,U,tie i'
OERMANIA, N. T.,
Acset .......l,OM,721 71
HANOVER, N. T.,
A"el 7J,S2 00
REPUPLIC, N. T.,
Aela - 714.WJ 00
Comprlin the Underwrltem' Ageney.
YONKF.RS, 3. Y.,
Atiata 8TS.4M IS
Aaneta - - ..4.VJ,143 23
firemen's fund, a. f.,
Arnelit - GTI.cno 00
SECUIlITT, N. T. MARINE,
Ast. 1.4M.SIJ CO
CI TORE. I)welhn. Parallore. Hnllf and Car-
Bom. insured at rates at favotabla as aound.
permanent aecurity will warrant.
I reapretlully aik of the cltlieoi of Cairo,
thare ol their patronage.
1. . M . niMUW
Office at Firtt National
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
Uf buying your
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol erery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS:
Fnrnlahad on ihorteat nolle.
Commcrcial-RY, bet. 10th and lltli-sts.,
W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tentu St.,
Belweett Comiarrelal and Waahlntrtou
THE BEST TONIC IN-U81
E. f. maynard; PR(
i t i
v?z ci J. 3. VZsSas,
4213 Nortli Elyluh EU, PhltuUl
A color and 4lrcs8inK that
not burn the huir or injure
head. " "
It doca, not produce a
mccluimcAl.a8 fiip. j)oiBO
It gradualiyrestorcB tbe
to its origiual color nnd it
by supplying new life and vl
It causes a luxuriant. sgr
of Boft.fino hrir.
Ths best 'and- arett
. s I
Clean and'Puh?.-? Kosedir
Itock Itlref Paper Comin)
Hhilniiii Kelt anil Onarli Uemcni.
.1 W. JdIid'! Imnrorrd lloonnic aiwayi do
A QENTH tor
W1.EN AXD LlUCOIta.
WaablBBfon-ar., JfearJCoalona Uottae
WM. H. SCI1 UTTER,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
TOBACCO fie CiaAES.
Agent for ihe best brandt of
CREAM AND STOCK, ALE,
Imported Ale of Different Kind,
75 Ohio Lever, ,
If...... -L';nl,Ln..U.ll..u.ltil,. In InfArvn tha
eititent of dtlro that they tre, manufacturing all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hare, now on hand and for al, at
Wholesale and Hetall.
II kind, and will contlnun to keep' at their
BALKS ROOMH, IN THEIR NEW BUILDING,
Erarv dlncrinllnn of ehaan and costly furniture,
F. M . STOUKFLETII,
H'crnioa roata a tTOCartani
Keetlfjrer and Wholeaale Dealer
Foreign and Dotnealle
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvzk,
OtltO, 1 MiFNOIB.
E keepi on hand eonstanilf a ,u,",,0l5f
Old Kentucky Ilourbon, Hye and Mononsra
, Whltklet, french BraaJle, "0."u1n
neand :alirora!aWin. 'i Un3""
BEAU WSTAI-K AGENT.
Willi lIMKinumyiillfiuiiiiilH. low milr.
limit ill Hf iiif-n, MM-rniiitfirrliu-ii, Ionn ol
power, slUsy Ill-nil, Ionn ut iiioiiu.ry,
ml ilirf.iilene.1 In,,.,. .........
elllly. IIimI MMvrelKit cure In lliin-
iny-N iiira muni. iiniiu ..
S'wi-iily-i'lltiil. l!inpo.oi ot thoinuit vnlini.
bin tnllU llllll llOtent i-llriltivr... 1lu,v ulrikf. ul
oucaat the riioU ol the mutter, tonii up tho ayi.
torn. urruHllheuliChnrue., nU(, Imnurt vluornud
eneruy, ii"1'"1 'ivuni 10 ineenuro man. iiiey
nave uiirtMi iiiuiisiui.ii, m canM, i-rice, . per
incuano or n vo noiua aim a uirKO 14 via,, wini'il
la verv Iiniiortant In olistlnatn nr cild euvtiii. or It
per ainiilo nx. Hold hy ul I ilriiSitlatii, uml pent
by mad on rveeptnf prim. Aihlrena Humphrey'a
.-v,.,, .luiiit-uiiKiiim aicuiviliu VU,, UU. ...will.'
wuj, r. . 1-, nunuil, ABUll.
SJTMarlilo Topped Ilureaui,
47tVunlrobei, Sofa Chairs,
' S- Lounges, etc , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to Ml)
TWENTY PER OKNT. LOWER
Than they can bo houKht from any other dealer In
it, ..la.. a. .... .. II : J .aKaiV wail.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
W.T3AL ESTATE AttKJNTH
AUCTION ERS, '
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LKVKE,
Bov and Sell Rkai. Ebtatb,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
. - . - a. m .uv rwn a r l. a i
. . . . t Jt- 111 at rir Ol
anq AiT7 K7r.V.,. r.lV tell
ODim uvu- , .
" iLlb)l.t4dJ.44'4?iHbr)A I
. wi . ...l--riT . ....... ...
Ira eueUeol la all eat or,
not and Imp
nenner ""- -- ti,i. no. I
inn t su-ii iiuil a u w.- ark Lra i
I'ric mi W AB w.,f JBf ia- 1 ;
v Pfrmmum ai ivi. wAf ai'ji ' r if
- iti khii
a I a mM a L IlllQaVa SIBU pwT . i .
ir.t. . .n.iaiHi itrrTTTafn unwm r.
MMO m .JJl Ma.akva(l W
.i.A..aelWaa klitl(llt1f ITIHimnSM swev- ..
in mertitma- , ,
OUITJE..1 i-l i
mysteries nnd revelation
with ihfilaii-itdlseDTeri laswtaclng n
. t-i.' ar;; - -.a -nik rW ISJTri nil Hll
4 1111 11 US IM'VI V--P1 - - "
rS'.KYalUi nformaUon for tBo
are married oreonlemplate marriagei it
fir Ahnntthn-hnuaej"- ' ' T
book that wuahtto be under loci
, Ot. Louis; MO.
bent to any on
Eighth airoe t
iur ou u
adrerllae la tne pubUo nanera Or using any
remeiuea, peruse -vn nnu. wprw.-no
what Tour disease It or nowdElorablaa
diUon. , , . '
Dr. Butt can be consulted, personally
man. on ine uisaeic! nmniioneu in ma
office, Uo. 12 N. Eiabth street, Let. Mark
As. I riPe ConTeTn;tt of Uuid.