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"or Representative in Congress for the State-nl-1
S. S. HAYES.
WILLIAM Gr. BOWMAN.
For Treasurer'and Trestin r.
JOHN P. HELY.
Ti'Eiiay next is election day.
Democrats, vote on Tuesday next
Pont neoi.uct to vorE for Helov
for county surveyor.
Vote eoii William Martin for
eouuty treasurer. He lias been and
will be a faithful officer.
Mektz was a know-nothing, and is a
hater of all foreign-bom citizens ex
cept during a political canvas?.
Ti esday, next, is election day,
which fact let all deuio:rats be careful
to not forget ; and, remembering it, on
Tuesday do not forget to vote.
Mertz i an inciter of riotH, a dis
turbing clement in his community, and
just the inau of all others who should
not have a seat in tho Illinois senate.
The Wasih.vcitox woman's reform
clitli have formally resoltited that in tho
political enfranchisement of women lies
the chief and radical remedy for the
Vote fok William (!. Rowman,
democratic candidate for the Mate sen
ate. He will make an honest, intelli
gent and diligent representative of his
Do.nt von: you Heveiuooe. radi
cal candidate for emigres. He is a
free love advocate, a woman's suffrage
champion, a ort of a he-woman. Ho
will never do.
Vote ion Hayes for representative
in congress from the stale at large. Ho
is tin man to represent Illinois in the
lower houe of congress at this particu
lar juncture in our affairs.
It is sam a five-year-old girl of
( ambriuge, Mass., sent her three dolls
to Chicago. She should have done like
her Morton neighbors and teltgraphed
fir.-t to ask iu what maimer she could
aid the sufferer.
Father Young, a venerable priest
of Wushingtou City, 1). C, who per
formed the marriage ceremony of the
Hou. Thomas Kwiug in the year eigh
teen hundred and twenty, atteuded him
in his dying liourf, and assisted at his
It would he a shame to ask .Mr,
Miller to give up the commission and
forwarding business to do the duties of
treasurer and asMssor of Aloxandor
eouuty It would bo a great bhamo to
make this request Vote for Martin
aud allow Miller to continue on in tho
fvfii tenor of his business way. By
doing so you will oblige him.
Don't vote for Old Mr.nr.'. He
would be a senator that nobody would
be satisfied with that everybody in
the first district would be ashamed of.
He is distinguished only by a plentiful
lack of ability aud as the possessor of a
wonderful amount of personal aud po
litical malice. Old Mertz senator!
Heaven and tho voters of the first sen
atot ial district forbid !
Mr. Miller, republican candidate
for treasurer doti't want to be elected,
and cannot utteud to the duties of the i
office if he should be, Ho was nomi
nated by men who wish to get con
trol of the county's moucy not for
dishoneef purposes, we admit, but as an
aid to their business. That is all Mil
ler's nomination meant, . Don't vote for
Mil Ukveiuikik, radical candidate
for congressman for the state at large,
is a very earnest advocate of woman's
suffrage, is a correspondent of Wood
hull and Claflin's lewd paper and en
loes tho free love doctrines uf those
jestifcrous strumpets. Hu is, at best,
rcry little of a man, poscsse uo man
incss and is out 6? his proper fellow
ship when lie is not among tho woman-
rigiii suursgisis women who waiic
with long stops, and men who part
tlicir liair in the middle.
Mil. Hayes, democratic c.ni'lidnlo
for congressman from tlic attic nt largo,
is nn nblc man, with n reputation not
restricted hv slate Hues while Mr. Hov
cridgc is generally known us n very
weak m.-.., unfit i.r ny office which ro
quires ability .hove Hie 'load level of
mcdiocriM. ! Idge in congress
would he lo-l to view, hut il Hayes
were rotnnicd, he would make his mark
aml exercNe nn influence which
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wiiulil ne enecinc uiiu i.i git"' .".....
to the country.
Mn. William Martin, democratic
candidate for county treasurer, is a gen
tleman well-known in Alexander coun
ty, where ho has lived many years, and
in the prosperity of which all his Hopes
arc centered. His life has been pure,
and his honesty is above reproach. He
has many warm friends nud is respect
ed by all his acquaintances. In the
office of assessor he has been impartial,
and has performed its duties faithfully.
There is no good reason that can be
urged against his re-election. We hope
his friends will turn out and vote for
him on Tuesday next. If they do,
his majority will astonish tho radical
ring who have nominated Mr. Miller
for the purpose of getting control of
the revenues of the county.
lit- ah tlio ttilnvM of the radical
party, it has been reserved for Secretary
Houinell to carry off the palm. Oth
er stealings, though called pretty good
things, yet all come under the head of
what has been denominated " trash "
by the immortal bard. But Boutwcll
stole the product of another man's
brains, and for two years has been sail
ing under false colors as the man
whose financial genius placed gold on
a par with greenbacks. Two million
dollars is rather a high price to pay
for the theft, hut this is the amount of
damages claimed by Mr. Galin, the
man who proclaims himself the origi
nator of Boutwell's scheme. He will
scarcely recover the amount, but if
he learns from this bit of experience
never to " dicker " with a radical of
fice holder and tho more prominent
he is the more danger the knowlodge
will he worth a million or so to him
We earnestly urge the democrats of
Cairo and the country precincts of
Alexander county to go to the polls on
Tuesday next and vote the democratic
ticket. If there could ho secured a gen
eral rally of the democratic party nt tho
polls the state would give to Hayes, tho
democratic candidate for congressman
from the state at large, n very largo ma
jority ; but the danger is, that apathy
may keep too many from casting their
ballots. This fact should be borne in
mind : that it is the duty of every
voter who believes the country unsafe
in radical hands to cast his ballot at
every election in the direction of his be
lief. The faithful performance of this
duty will inevitably result iu the defeat
of tho radical party ; but if each con
servative, discouraged by defeat, shall
say ; " Let others save the country, 1
1 am tired of making effort," tho battle
is surely lost to the friends of good
government. Turn out, then, conser
vative friends, on next Tuosday, and
vote the entire deinociatic t:cket.
The anti-women women of Wash
ington City have determined on a move
ment by which they hope to knock the
pins from under the plans of the
"Woodhull and Claflin faction. Mrs.
Admiral Dahlgron, .Mrs. General Slier
man, and other prominent ladies, have
tho matter iu charge. They propose
to appropriate tho sixteenth amend
ment to themselves, but instead of mak
ing it one giving the right of suffrage
to women, they intend that it shall em
body u provision fur an uniform system
of divorce throughout the United
States. They argue that since the !
courts in all other states are compelled
to recognize the legality of Indiana di
vorces, fraudulent though tho most of
them arc known to he, that state uow
enjoys a monopoly of the divorce busi
ness to the peril of the rights and hap
piness of every married womau in the
couutry. The agitators avow that their
measure will give to Amcricau women
all the rights they care to possess and
save them from many of tho wrongs
they now suffer. Tho ladies intond to
have the matter introduced into the
senate first aud will get Senator Trum
bull to engineer it for them.
The conduct of a drunken despera
do on a passenger train on the Mobile
aud Ohio railroad on Monday laBt, au
account of which wo find in tho Mem-
phis Avalaneh, calls for more than a
passing notice. It is a fair specimen
of the rule of the ruffians, wliohe swav.
for the good of ,-ociety, it is high timo
should be cut short. The epoctaclo
on a puolic railroad car, of an iufuri
ated drunkard flourishing a loaded ru
volvcr iu n daugcrous manner, and end
ing up tho exhibition of his cuntempt
for law and order by wouudiug, with u
double-barreled Bhot gun, severely and
perhaps fatally, two iuuocent persons,
Is one of u species of outvages that
THE CAIRO DAILY
ought not to bo tolerated much longer
by n long-suffering public. Thoy oc
cur too frequently for the peace and
comfort 6f society. The law has no
terrors for the offenders. They hold
themselves beyond law, n sentiment in
which the public has tacitly ngrccd.
The fact that the most of these out
races are committed when the offenders
are under tho influence of liquor is gen
erally regarded as the palliating cir
cumstance, when, in truth, it should be
regarded as a crime and punished ac
cordingly. The man whom liquor
makes a madman has no right to in
dulge his propensity at the risk of the
lives and limbs of the indiscriminate
We ask the Sun to answer :
Did not Mertz, while the Orange
riot? in New York city was threatened,
say that every Irish Catholic, priests and
all, ought to be hanged or driven out
of the country at the point of the bay
Has not Mertz frequently declared
that a negro was a better citizen and
had more right to enjoy political pre
ferment in America than Irish Catholics
and German beer guzzlers ?
Did not Mertz, during the Munn
Crebs canvass for congress, muster a
company of negroes before the post
office in Mound City, aud did not
those negroes, with Mertz at tho
head of the column, march to the
polls, while they were cheering and
crying, " Death to tho man that
scratches the republican ticket?"
Is Mertz a fit man to represent an
intelligent constituency anywhere?
Is not Mertz a bitter, tricky and un
derhanded wire-pulling politician of
the meanest kind ?
Has not Mertz frequently declared
that he would make the south a desert
if necessary, to get rid of the people of
that tection that, if he had his way,
ho would drive all the southern whites
into the sea at the point of tho bayo
net, and give their lands and other
property to members of the republican
Aiut he, on general principles, a rath
er small potato man ?
The Sun favored us with a few
questions about Bowman the other
day, which we courteously replied to
Will the Sun now return the compli
H2fA strange enso of madness lias ap
pearcd in Yonkcrs. Two young men, In
separable companions, have been attacked
with what seems to bo hydrophobia, but
which k physician mvs i not. Ono of
them was bitten by a man with whom ho
had quarreled somo weeks ago, and in
ono of his paroxysms bit his friend, who is
now nmtctcu like lilmscir. 1 ho case is n
remarkable one, and notwithstanding the
declaration of the physician, it hardly
teems probnlilo that It is might eIo than
t&" It Is said that a considerable num
ber of Communist prisoners on tho hulks
t Lorient died of dysontery and typhus
fovcr last month, the average mortality
being seven per week out of 1,200 priso
ners. Much fear in entertained that the
llrst cold weather will cause many deaths
from Inflammation of tho luniis.
tGlF Kadical conspirators and explo
sive bombs and firearms concealed In liar-
celona must tend to rondcr Amadous un
easy in Madrid. Tho Spani-h officers
blame tho mombcrs of tho International.
Tho conspiracy may be national notwith
iSTlii Europo tho recurrence of sum
mer weather lu lato autumn is styled St.
Martin's Summer, from Martinmas, or St.
Martin's Day, which falls on tho 11th of
November, and which is marked by eatine;
roast goose in England, whilo in France it
is kept as a kind of carnival.
8"Ynu can't do too much for your
employers, man," said somebody to a big
fisted, strong backed man tf all work, on
tho wharf one day. "Arrah," replied l'at
with emphasis, ''neither will I.'
Ra?"The Scandinavian club of Houston,
Texas, has issued an appeal to tholr coun
trymen in Chicago to como there, and is
making arrangements to providu them
Thcro are lu i'aris i!,300 streets,
113 avenues, 84 boulovards, l(J quays, 1!50
places, 25 principal churches, 22 theatres,
38 hospitale, 8 railway termini, and 27
t&"A liostou mothor-in-law, who spite
fully persisted In living to tho age of 108
years, was turned out of doors by her long
suffering daughter's husband.
Hifln Sierra county; California, the
fruit troos ara breaking beneath tho weight
ot trult. Tho yield is larger than ever
Mf General Sherman Is going to Europe
on the United Steamer Wabash next week
THE FASHIONS IN BRIEF,
Tho new round hat Is called tho Alexis.
The basquo waist Is now qulto In tho
The short apron front for over-skuti
is still the fashionable stylo.
Heaver cloth sacks, trimemd with A ti
ki sublo aud velvet, aro fashionable
Ulack is tho prevailing color for dres
ses In Paris, dark bluo for the fastidious.
The prices of Md glove in tho New
York market, rangii according to tho
number of buttons, tho more buttonK the
The favorlto design iu new mtyitles
presents two largu round capes and con
Uts of two circle.
BULLETIN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER C,1871.
"TRIFLES LIGHT AS AIK."
Autumn hues cutting wood for win
ter. After Alexis, the next sensational
arrival from Kussia may be tho cholera.
The ball season has begun In Vermont
boys wcresnow-balling there, last week.
Measures nro on foot for stocking tho
open plains and prairies of the West with
Very noturally tho National Polleo
Convention in St. Louis arrested General
When a Culifornlan has a hundred
thousand so Invested iu a good mine, ho
rests on his ores.
It Is not tmo of trouble, and somo
other things, that "tho moro you hove,
tho mnro'you want. "
Hercules was n model husband; rath
er than stay out lato at night, ho invariably
carried his club homo with him.
Mr. McCormlck lost $750,000 in Chi
cago, and is ready to admit, no doubt, that
tho great is tho champion reaper.
A sergeant or a corporal asleep on
post might claim cxcmpUhn from punish
ment on tho ground that ho was a retired
It is reported that Eugcnlo is about to
toll her Spanish property ; Louis Napoleon,
however, still clings to his "castles In
Every cat in l'arls is to bo taxed three
francs n year. From which it may bo sur
mised that thoro will be fewer cats in tho
housos and moro rabbits in tbo restaurants.
-1'ooplo laugh at tho "New-York cen
tral woman's suffcrago organization" for
making n man chairman of the "standing
committee." That's all right; every whom
especially In ferry-boat cabins and street
care, men form the standing committoe'
whilo the women sit.
After all, the day may not be so very
distant when Macaulay's Now Xialandor
shall sit on London Ilrldgo to look at
what is left of St. Paul's. A Paris jour-
nal announces that two hundred Lap
landers are on tho way to that city to"doM
Gustavo Tonnetz, long celebrated in
Paris as tho "iwaliower of sabres," has
died of a throat disease. A natural se
quence, ono would say and bo mistaken.
For Gustavc was cquallly celebrated ns a
swallowcr of whisky, and whilo he sur
vived tbo sabres, to tho whisky ho suc
comcd. Ono swallow does not mako n
summer; but a good many swallows made
a summary ond of Tonnetz.
The color o' morbus apple green.
"Pa do Deux" Tho father of twins.
Georgia has a town named " Cousin
The cup after the cup that cheers
An Indiana chestnut tree U in bio
som for the third time this year.
Female highwaymen tire said to have
appeared on the streets of Charleston.
A deaf mute beggar in Detroit recent
ly got drunk and suddenly recovered his
It is citiinated thut one burning gos
jot will consumo us much nirnslvo per
sons Kussla-leatbcr photographic albums
in tho shape of a travelling bng are an
nounced. Imincnso numbers of fur-bearing ani
mals have perished in the northwostcrn
-Mutual admiration A tho season of
parties approaches boys begin to feel gal
lant and "gals" bouyant.
The torch of Hymen was not put out
umid the general wreck at Chicago.
Twenty marriago licenses were issuod thoro
Orders lmvo bcon glvon to replant tho
Hois de Jioulogne and Mondon with trees
fifteen or twenty years of age.
At a Memphis show two bruisers ap
peared in n set-to between tho scenes of
tho panorama, "A journoy to the Holy
Cardinal Antonolli, the papal minis
ter of state, is very sick.
-llochefort, it Is said, intends to busy
himself while In banishment by writing a
history of Louis Napoleon.
Charles Spruguc, of Huston, who is
known among his friends as tho banker
poet, celebrated his eighteenth birthday
last Friday. It was fifty years ago that
ho delivered his prize ode at the opening
of tho Park Theatre in Now York city.
Tho theater was destroyed by tiro somo
twenty-eight years ago.
Count Pallkao, the last minister of
state under tho French empire, has pub
lished a pamphlet to justify his conduct
during the crisis which resulted in tho
downfall of Louis Naploon. To deliver
themselves from tho chargo of being
knaves or fools seems to bo the chief bus!
ncss of prominent Frenchmen now-a-days.
Louis Napoleon is said to have recent
ly answered a letter from a little boy of
Winilngton, Dol., who in some strange
way has conceived great admiration and
sympathy for tho French Ciezar, thank
ing him for his friendly words, and ex
pressing tho hopo that his llttlo friend
might live more quiotly and happily than
Willi ItM Kloomv fittrmliMiU. low ilr.
IU' dvpri lou, l voluntary einliwloii.
lokwor Ht'iuen, NirriualorrhuH, Iomm or
power fussy iiruu, lun m mnuury,
nuil llireulviifMl Imprlcnre and IMbo.
clllu, nuil it loverrlKU euro In Hum.
plirt-y'N lluiuvoiHlliic Ni-clllv No
Twviily-rlKlit. cumpoieu ui win iiium viutm
lilt, inllil unit potent ciirauven, mey mrue a
iioito lit tho roou ot the inattur, tono up the
lent. urret I mil l.clinruei. una iinnart v nor ami
nty, lllii and vitality to tlieenllie man. Tnry
litvu cured thousand! of ro. Price, 5 par
packiKoot liveboien and alnrKC vial, wlilc-Ii
in very Important iu nlntlnutu or old cases, or (I
ptrsin-tW Ij'ii. Bold jv all druSKlata, and at-nt
bf mall on lacolpl ot prim. Adilreaa llumplirry'
Hpeelno llomeopatlitu Heillclna Co., uvi Uroud
way. K.V. I. BlIllUll,
aiiglMmiwawly Agent, Cairo, lllinoln.
COMMINSION AND rOUWAItniNO.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Succc-sors to n, II. Hendricks .4 Co.,)
Forwarding anil Commission
Are prepared to rtccive, (tore an orwurJ
h-rlghti to nil points and liiijr nr.il
HI on conunlMlon.
"Dulii-i ttt-mleu to promptly.
II. M. IIULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
MILLKll & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kok PAIHUANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. V. MAT MUCH. K. C. UIII..
MATHUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
Xo. 04 OHIO I.KVKR,
Deluftn fourth ,t Silh Sli., CAIHO, II,!
CLOSE k VINCENT.
DEALBES I IT LIIMIE
Ckment, Plaster Takih,
Cornrr Rlsblh Htrect and Ohio lvr
JOIIN B. PIIILLIS,
(HucceMor to Parker ft PM'.lia,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE.
CAIKO, I I.I,.
W.SIratton. T. UliJ
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Successor toBtratton, Hudson k Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Agent a of American Powder Co., and man
faulurers agenta for cotton yarn. jyTdt
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OA I HO. ILL. I NO IS. '
A'so, keen constantly on hand a most com
plete Mock of
BCOTCH AND IHIKH WHI8KIKS
-O I N
Port, Madorla, Sherry and Catawha Wines
KHMYTH A CO. nelToxelualvcly lor canli.to
, winch fact they Invito tho eapevial atlen.
tiuu of cloie liartuiu huyera.
Special attention given to Filling Orders.
Ouks, piuiphlelH, Uriels, catalog uaa, nevrai
pipera, t,. uait, nn1, "vary Tariet y oi eicen
prmtluj oontriiito 1 for, and promyilyand
fly oiii iio I, in tho liullotln h ook, job:
t-wipipur Hading etatillhiB(inl
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance nn Hlxtli.nl.,)
F. J. OakM, )
OAKI. CADV i CO. IVntirletorn.
'or. Waaliltisjtun-nv.aiitl Ulli-M.,
W. (. GARY,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH ST RE
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
My MiyinK )uur
FTJ "EL OST X T TJ E
Wnntilngf ou-uv.,' NrnrCiihliim lloime
Mcisr'. Elchholl llrntlierileiire to Inform the
cltlienn of Cairo that thev arc innnnMrturlnR all
kinds of f
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hare now nn hand mid for ale, at
Wliulrnale asiil Itrlull,
II klnU, and wll contlnun tc keep nl lliclr
SAI.KS nOOM, IS TIIKlIt .VKW IIIMLIIINO,
Every dlwnptlnn of cheap and coiily liuiilliire,
".Marblo Topped Ilitreana,
49-Wanlrol.es, Rota Chairs,
ML.Hofa and Matraraea,
-I.0UD(;rs,eli' , tic,
Which they will Kiiarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can be bought from any other dealer la
the city. Ole them call and atlnly your,
P. L. IIUYETT, & SON,
Importers, Manufacturers and Jobbers of
B ratal ami (Jeraian Hllvrr
No. 25 S. Tin no Street,
oct-Mim, NT. I.OMtf, .HO
PAUL 0 SCIIUIt,
j it i: m o v i: it.
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Wlilttnlu-r'ft Olil Ntntiil,
Ol'POSITK Atiiknkum, . - C.Wltn, li.t.
rrr ni vand
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having, Agent for
UK IMS' FEVER TONIC,
Varrante.Hle .t yeyfr K,r knows In this
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED
RUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all disease-, of the. Kid
ney., equally, tood or Mter
than lleiiibold'fl. and tor
Also A'mxr toa
Humphrey' IIoni-oplMir NlMxIMra.
HI- well .elerted alo-k of
Of eery de-crlption cannol be
urpaed by any ealati.
li.hmeni til the
kind In the
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CITY NATIONAL RANK, .CAIRO
A. It, SAFKOKI), 1're.i.l. nti
n. TAYI.OK, Vlce-Preiideuti
W. II Y-I.OI', rk-retary and Treaurer.i
I. W. Haiki av, Cilia, (iilloiira,
K. t. Hiu-am til, I'aii (). hem h,
It. M. CrMMiiuyj, W. I'. lliuiUAr,!
J. M. i'uiLiirs.
Ileiioiltx of any Aniuiiiil Itrcelvrdlrosa)
'leu 4 rutn I'pvianU.
iNTKHKST paid on depoaltn at the rate ol all
percent, per annum, March 1st and 8 pi am
ler In. Inlereat not withdrawn la raided Imtin
((lately to the principal of the deoaitf, thereby
giving them compound inlereat.
MAIUIIED WOMEN AND CIIILUKEK MAX
0 THAT 0 MI lUt CAN DHW IT.
Open every bualnea day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday eyemnjt tor HAV1M1 DKI'OdtTiJ
only, from S to s o'clock.
auiuif VV. HrSI.Ol', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIRO I M. I N O I .
W. I. IIAM.irAY,rreal,lenli
A. II. HAFFOIII), Cashier;
WALTER HYHI.OP, Asltanl Caahirr,!
Stiats Tivioa, itoasar II. Ci-nnikoiah,
Kciitt tt'iurr, W. 1'. IIallipav,
Oro. I). WuiMMsnx, HrrrnrN tliin
A. II. HuroRii.
KsrhnsiKf, Colts and Visile! Nlalrs)
; Ilonil ItiiiiKht ntiil Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general bank la.
blialnesa done. .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HllltU, l'realdentj
ItOBEIlT W. MILLER, Vlce-Prealde nt I
C. N. HUflHEH, Caihler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADH
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notea and Unitod
Htatea aecurlliea bought and sold,
Interest Allowed osi Time) Pepoalt.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour ond Grist Mills,
The "Tupper' I'ateot Qratetur
MAOIIINERY VOH OENKRAL I'UHI'OBKS,