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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1872.
JOHN II. OlIKHLY, Editor ami I'lihll'hcr.
TERMS OK Till: DAILY llt'LLKTIN:
Oiif week, hy rnrrlrr
One year l.y carrier, In ndvnnco 10 (JO
One inonlli. by mnll
THK MH.LAll WEEKLY 1JULLETIN
.Tolin II. Oborly ha reduced the Mih'crlp
linn price or the WKF.KI.V CAIRO Ul'l.t.KTlN
to Olio Dollar tcr milium. niaUiur It the
rhcnttent paiicr pulilHicil In Southern Illinois
i U- - -
of Now York j
FOB VIC FRKSIDKXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
KOIl HKCRKTAHY OF RTATK.
ron AUiiiTon of runuc accounts,
roil RTATK TIIKASU11K1I.
CHARLES N. LANFHIER.
roil ATTORNEY OFSKHAt..
JOHN D. EUSTACE.
ron CI.KRK RUl'REME COtlltT XOUTIIK11X
Foil Ct.EUK 8UI-REMK COURT CKNTRAI.
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CI.KRK OF 8UPRKMK COURT SOUTHERN
It. A. D. WILRANKS.
jays t "Tho Inst monthly llnunclnl exhibit
of tho treasury lovcnls tho nloundlnp; fact
that wo really only own $37,709,300 In gold
It li not only lbwer now thnn It has been
during tho last tlx years, but It Is 1cm than
half what It was In July, 1871, whllo tho
wholo cash currency, In gold and paper,
on tho 1st of August, 1871, was $72,442,
828.12 net, after deducting gold certificates.
This amount, on tho first of August, 1872,
foil to $53,GG7,GG4.39. Horo Is a lino ex
hibit to show pooplo on tho ovo of n presi
ron CONORKSS EIOIITKKNTII DISTRICT.
GEORGE W. "WALL,
of Terry County.
MF.MIIKR HOARD or EQUALIZATION,
.10 UN MEYERS,
of Randolph County.
J ESSE WAKE.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN It. OIIERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN (J.
II AltM AN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the (.'toiling election In
We are authorized to announce It. S. YO
CITM a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
exander county, al the en-ulii;; election. In
FOR COl'NTY ATTORNEY.
We aro authorized to announce II. W.
WKHlt, ESQ., . a candidate for County At
torney, at the enduing November election.
We arc authorized to announce l'ETKR
SALT an a candidate for Sheriff at the enu
Ing November election.
We aro authorized to announce HAMIL
TON 1RVIN a a candidate for re-election
to the ofllec ofisheritrof Alexander county.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN
McEWBN as a candidate for Sberltl', at the
uiijuIhx November election.
"We are authorized to announce JOHN
U. OOSSMAN a" a candidate for re-election
to the olllce of Coroner, subject to the decU
ion of the Deinocratie Convention
Ms. Chase Is seriously ill and his life is
despaired of by his friends.
The bashful Grant says ho roluctantly
consented to run for a second time,.
The Democratic Congressional Com
mittee of this district met at Anna, Union
The Greeley fever has spread to Mon
tana. Martin Maginuls, Liberal, has icon
elected to Congress over Win. H. Clagett,
tho lato Republican delegate.
Tux Springfield (Mass.) 'Republican,'
says Gratz Brown was drunk at Now
naven that he lias tho Grant weakness
for sugar In hla'n, and should therefore
go off tho Liberal ticket. Call vou this
backing your frionds ?
Moulto.v, of Shelby vllle, is oxpectcd to
tako an actlvo part In tho campaign for
Greeley. It is said, his dropping off from
Grant will carry hundreds with him, and
Is anotherevldciico that tho doom of Grant
Tiif. rumor that Gen. J. lllnckburn
Jones proposes to convnss tho district for
Mr. Clements is not foundca on fact. A
lottor from tho Gonornl to the editor of
Tit Eullktin flatly contradicts tho re
port. Ho is anxious to unito tho Demo
crats and Liberals of tho district, nnd will
favor any plan that can accomplish tlint
result. Ho Is and will continue, to bo nn
earnest workor in tho Liberal ciuno.
Tiuh tlmo it is Hon. J. F. Farnsworlh
of Illinois, nnd Lewis -Tillman, lato Ro
publican member of Congross from Ten
nessee, who havo desorted Grant. Fnrns-
worth says ho was long slnco convinced
that tho rc-olcotlon of l'resl
dont Grant would not bo for
tho cood of tho Republic, nnd tliat
following his convictions ho must support
Grcoley. Tillman believes tho nomination
of Greeley, whothor elected or not, has
dono moro to bury tho hates nnd passions
of tho war, than any othor event slnco tho
end of tho conflict. Next.
Young man Klchurdson, o Qulncy, II
linois, son of "Dick" said tho othc
day, in a tono louder than n whiBpor,
" D n tho Chicago 'Tiroes." Tho
'Times' objects and makes a few remarks
about the young gentleman. Tho young
gentleman has our sympathy In this diili
culty. We join him In d ning tho
Tins is tho way in which tho Empiro
Stato is to bo carried against Greeley. A
Now York dispatch says "Wo aro told tho
Grant politicians of this stato hnvo laid
such plans as will effectually detach
forty or llfty thousand Irish votes from
tbo Democratic party and transfer them
to Grant, thus imperilling tho chances of
Horaco Grcoloy carrying tho Empire
Stato. Tho leading gonius in this con
spiracy is Tom. Murphy, assisted by De
coy llliss, William A. Darling, J as.
O'Brien and several other promlnont
members of tho Tammany ring, foremost
of whom Is Hill Tweed. Tho indicted
members aro to havo tho suits against
thorn dropped by tho Kopublican
attornoy genoral, nnd othor favors be
sides, in consideration of thoir scrvicos
At tho present moment this schemo is be
ing mnturod, and tho Murphy gang de
clare tlioy will tako such a slico oil' of the
Irish voto that Grant may count on a
majority in Now York of from twenty to
thirty thousand. Tho Radicals, and
Grant himself, havo great faith in Tom.
Murphy's name, lineage, brogue, and
general low cunning, but they Ignore tho
fact that overy Irishman In Now York of
tho least intelligence sees as fully through
Murphy as tlioy do themselves."
THE LIUERAL STRENGTH.
Tho Hon. Henry Wilson, Radical ean-
didato for tho Vico-l'residency, has a very
pooropinionof tho Importance ot thoLil
eral movement. Ho pooh, noolis. etc.; and
with that boncvolent smilo peculiar to
such politicians, declares it is of no conse
quence. In his speech at Indianapolis, on
tho Gth inst., ho declared he did not bo
lievo 100,000 Republicans in tho United
States would voto for Horaco Greelcv, and
that not 100 Republicans voted tho Demo
cratic ticket In North Carolina
ut tho Into election in that State.
The desiro for ofllco has made Mr. Wil
son blind, or he is not tho pos-e-sor of n.
very truthful tonguo. Ho must know, if
lie has been an unpredjudieed spectator of
events, that the Liberal movement is ono
of great strength, that its power is daily
Increasing, and that, if its advocates do
not sturablo and fall into political mistakes,
it is destined to sweep tho country like n
tornado, and level in its path-way overy
obstacle tbo Radicals can throw before It.
follower of tho Lord had beeu promiscu
ously kicked by n sinner, ho concluded
that n lino of ten dollars would sot mattors
Tho richest nartoftlio proceeding was
mo louowing loner, wnicii was passed
nrouou nnu ronu uy mo inwycrs and ro
DR. (IROW TO MRS. I)R. OROW.
STr I.OUIH, .Mo., July ill, 1872.
My Dear Wife, Adeline: Lest you
might think that 1 am blind and all my
othor senses benumbed, I will stato a fow
tnincs ol which J wns fully aware boioro i
married you, nnd n fow moro that havo
como to ngni since. J is iruo i navo
shown a pretty rough sldo of myself, nnd
I hnvo dono so iiurnosclv. but 1 havo an
other sldo that is much smoother, which I
will turn to vou when tho nroncr tlmo
comes. 1 havo dotormincd to havo n fair
understanding with you, and wo aro now
approaching it, nnd in duo tlmo wo will
settle down in pcaco and quiet, nnd bear
nnd forbear witn cacn other, vvnoi np
nlios to mo npnllcs to vou nlso, not to
think of oursolvos nbovo what wo ought to
think. In tbo first place, you aro what Is
called low-bred: your education Is very
limited, far Inferior to mine, your mannors
nro not rcllneilj nnd somo of your habits
aro most abominably filthy. You lack tho
very first qualification of n real lady, your
personal npponrnnco is far from preposses
sing, your eyes nro cxictly like a cat's
" oves. vour framo Is larue. raw-boned and
loose-Jointed, you nro loan and flabby, with
enormously largo nanus nnd loet
Your luncs aro diseased, and that, tORCth-
or with your falso tooth nnd tho lack of
caro on your part in keening thorn clean,
renders your breath very, very olfonsivc,
oven to impregnating tho ntmosphero of u
wholo room. You nro encumbered with a
child, tho oil-spring of nman who forsook
you, and wiio lor want oi tiropor covorn-
mont has becomo very hard to control, and
your temper is nt times ungovernable and
you givo way to passion, nnd beat your
cm ui wiinoui nny good cuect, nnu, accord
ing to your own statomont, somo of your
associates nro disreputable You aro not
truthful at all time, nnd many other fail
ings nnu woaKnosscs you nave, loo numer
ous to writo. Now, tho most of this 1
know before I married you. and what I
havo learned slnco did not surprise mo in.
tno least. YY ltd nil the lacts oeloro mo 1
took you for my wife, and you aro my
wife legally, and in tho sight of Heavon,
and 1 am, and will ever bo to you a truo
and faithful husband: with nil tho limits
nbovo named I love you, nnd do still, but I
havo concluuod not to lie under your fcot
ntiv longer, but am now prepared to take
you to my bosom whoro you belong, and
love, nourish nnd cherish you as I am in
duty bound, and it will also bo my greatest
pleasure to mako you happy. 1 accept
vour child nlso, nnd will bo to her n father
indeed. I do not lovo you for tho char
acteristics I huvo named, but for othor
good qualities which 1 havo not horcin
named. 1 took your oad parts to got your
good, and am satisfied with you; vou aro
as good as 1 expected your wore, but lest
you might tmnu i am blind, l thought 1
would namo a fow things that may, to some
extent, otl'sot somo of niy faults. Mine I
can nnd will mend, nnd 1 ask you to do tho
sumo as far ns you can, nnd I will bear
what can't bo monded, nnd will seo that
vou havo littlo to bcarlrom mo henceforth.
I tun your true nnd loving husband,
A TREACHER KICKED.
MATRIMONIAL MISERIES OF
REV. DR. GROW.
TOUCHING LETTER TO A WIFE
OF FOUR DAYS.
The ltadical candidate for tho Vice
Presidency, is of the opinion that if the Rad
icals carry Indiana in October tho result
of tho presidential election will be there
by assured to tho Radicals. And if tho
Kadicals do not carry Indiana in October
tho dofeat of tho Radical party in Novem
ber will be made surol Thai's tho way
wo reason, and wo can therefore shake
hands with Mr. Wilson "across tho
' bloody chasm. "
Wk regrot that tbo Republicans havo
become the allies of thieves nnd traitors
who have beou kicked out of tho Demo.
erotic party. Opposing Greo-
ley Btsnd Tweed, Toombs, Mosby, Wiso,
nnd a host of such uncertain political cat
tie. Of course these whilom Kourbon
Democrats And congenial company in tho
Leett, Stockings, Rabcocks, Claytons, and
Camerons of tbo Grant ring, but wo feel
tad that honest Republicans should contln
u ty tolerate their company,
. Thk rapid depletion of gold in tbo
,'gfwaiit treasury begins to excite
MiWttii. Tbo New York 'World,
From the MIouri Democrat, 7 lb.
31 r. James Goodlut was tried In tho
Court of Criminal Correction yesterday.
lur Kiuhiu; mo iiev. ut. iumerm urow.
Tho kick was received with Christian for-
beurance. but it smarted none tho lois,
mm ur, urowsouguiio sooiiie tho hurt by
...u .1.)miv.iiuuu oi a nam Killing uno to
mu iui;iiiuuuk oi jir. uoodlet. Tito
cause of the kick, as developed at tho trial,
On tho lGtli of Ubt month Dr. Grow
married Mrs Adeline Flowers, a buxom
widow, who for a year had ivedinthe
family of Mr. Oooilet. Tho ilm d ly'8
oxperiouce of tho lady as Mrs. Dr. Grow
was not as plea.ant as it might have been.
Her allection for Dr. Grow did not grow
stronger, and sho left him tho nioniing
aftonho marriage. Sho returned to hit
loving urmB, however, although Uoo,n.t
attemptod to separate them, and when tho
husband wont to fetch his bride, tlm m,.
feeling man gave his reverend spine an
irreverent kick. In response to thl
strange salutation, Dr. Grow invoked tho
i.oru 10 nave mercy on tho kicker. On
another occasion thollory Goodlet "shook
n Kline at mm," but afterward upologized
and said It wa. a habit of his.
The wife was put on ihuiinmi. ..! tn.ti.
lied that, although married to Or. Grow,
sho had lived with him unlv r.-.r
Sho was unhappy with him, becuuselio
used rough language, and she clalmod tlio
protection of Goodlet.
Judge Colvln was greatly amused at the
case, and was disposed to pais it over as a
strictly family alfalr, but reflecting thai n
aalrlck asked, would tho Secretary havo?
Tho graves on our Northern hills, nnd tho
blackened wastes of tho South, show how
amnio hat been the sacrifice on both sides,
and At how graot cost has boon removed
the anclont causo of dlfforenco between
soctlons of tho samo country. Ho who
wmilil roll for mora nf tho satno Sort, who
would nsk that tho result of
tho bloody strugglo bo ncgatlvo
and tho old hostilities ro
nowed, Is worthy of confldoneo neither ns
a patriot nor a man of ;oinmon sonso.
M r. Houtwell't protest was, Indeed, n most
unfortunato one, and tho exposure of Its
hatoful npnllcatlon comes with tho groat
ostforco irom ono who fought gallantly
through tho war, and now generously nc
copts if results ns accomplished, without
a Unco of tho rancor that seems to nll'ect
Tho Iloston 'Post'suggestthat If tho chasm
Is not flllcd,it is likely to bo by tho dumping
Into its nbysscs Mr. lloutwoll and tho Ad
ministration of which ho Is part n most
GENERAL FAKNSWOKTH GOES
Chicago, August 0. Tho morning pa
pers will contain a lcttor from Gonoral
John F. Fnrnsworth to Dnnlol Shopard,
sccrotary of tho republican committee, de
claring that in his opinion tho contlnu
anco of tho prcsont administration for
nnothor four yonrs would not bo for tho
hlghost good of tho republic, nnd as tho
campaign is narrowed to a choico of re
publicans, nnd thinking tho election of
urcoioy win bring poaco, goou oruor nnu
fraternal cood will in tho south, ho shall
support him. Grcoloy is a truo typo of
tho solf educated men or Amonca, n
republican, thoroughly familiar with tho
lil'tory of tho country, and has boon suc
cessful in his own business. Thoro lias
boon n most wasteful nnd oxtravngant
uso of public money, and thoro can bo no
gonuinoand slncoro reform undor this ad
ministration. Thoro should bo n chango
to nrrcst tho tendency to federalism and
A CURIOUS RET.
Edward P. Forbes, of Raltlmore, offers
to bet a tract of land in Mississippi of
1,80'J acres, worth $20,000, against a liko
sum that Horaco Grceloy (if ho lives) will
bo tho next President ottho United Statos,
and, by way of inducement, ngrecs to tho
following: "If Mr. Greoloy is elected tho
party who accepts this bet will forfoit the
money ho puts up, but can rotain tho
land. In enso Grant is elected tho party
can claim tho cntiro stakes."
BOAT 9TOEES j
Onu Lxvss Cairo, III.
otnri raom-TLT thud
GENERAL RANK'S DEFECTION.
HIS LETTER DEFININO HIS POSITION.
Dl-patch to the Aoclated I're-.l
Uoston, Aug. 1. Tho rumors of tho de
fection of Goneral Ranks from tho support
of Grant and Wilson are confirmed by tbo
llO-JTON, .llliy .11. IST'J.
My Dear Sin: I havo tho honor to
acknowledge by this note, in addition to
our conversation to-uay, tho receipt of
your invitation to address tho citizens of
.Lynn on 'Ihursday evening in support of
tno re-cioction ot Uenerni urant and tho
policy of his administration.
io invitation could navo grnnler weight
with mo from any part of the country,
nor from any portion of my fellow-citizens,
nnd it gives mo great pleasure to as
suro you that nothing could bo added to
your suggestion, ns a representative of tho
citizens of Lynn, to induce mo to accede
to tuo request. 'I heir kindness to me
many years since is a continuing life re
ir.embrunce, nnd nothing would givo me
greater satisfaction than to renewmv as
sociations with them. Rut 1 regrot to
say that I am not In accord with them in
regard to tho presidential canvass.
" Against my wishes nnd my personal
interests, I am compelled to bo believe and
to snv that tho perpetuation of tho present
policy of tho government is not for the
advantage ot tne country, and that it will
not tend to establish its former good and
prosperity, nor to promote tho interests of
any class of citizens. No personal feeling
of any form or character enters into this
judgment; it Is in view of general princi-
piei anu puuuc iniore!is alone that 1 am
led to this conclusion.
" The uniting of tho mnsies of tho people
of all pnrties.scetions and races in support of
tho grand results of the war Is Indispensa
ble to the permanent establishment of tho
goneral recognition of theso results. It
can bo secured by no other means; wo
shall all bo forced to this conclusion soon
er or later. Tills united action upon tills
basis has beon tho hope of my life. I fer
vontly desired it during tho war,
nnd in tho reconstruction of
tho states subsequent to the
war; I believe it is now tendered in good
faith In the nominafion of Mr. Greoloy,
and, for one, I cannot reject it. It was
what I desired. Its consummation, al
though sudden nnd startling, does not
iilnrm me. Mv dutv to mvself and mv
country requires mo to givo "him my sup
port. 1 cannot tulvocato boforo my
frionds a dillorent course, which neither
my juugemeni nor my heart opproves.
" It grievos mo most deeply to separate
myself in thought or net from any ono of
those witli whom I havo been so "long as
sociated, and to whom I am sogrcntlv in
debted, but 1 beliovo tho result will just-
iij- intv nviiuu, givo 10 mo country tuat
pence ond prosperity which is tho obleet
of all our lubors, and secure to every citi
zen tho civil and political equality and
freedom which was won by tho sacrifice of
so many vuluablo lives.
Accept assurances of m v last nc friend.
ship and esteem, nnd beliovo mo
" lours, .N. 1'. Ranks.
" Jas. S. Lowos, Esq., Lynn."
PROTESTING AGAINST PEACE.
Four VOlirs airo tho mottn nf Dm firnnt.
ites was "Lot us havo Pouou." Now
they protest ogulnst peace. It Is this con
summation that they uro striving to
In Mr. Greeley's letter of acceptance of
t ho Cincinnati nomination ho expressed
tho hope that tho north and south might
elusp hands across tho bloody chasm which
lias too long divided them.
v ., wr,u'arV Houtwell't celebrated
North Carolina speech ho said : uw
advised to clasp hands across tho bloody
chasm made by tho war. I Phot fur
AGAINST THIS ADVIOK." KUlEhl
Gen. Kllpatrlck in a recont speech, has
given a most.stliiglng rebuke and ,.
effective answer to this protest a iir..ioa(
made in tho namo and in behalf of tho
Administration. If tho iiOO.000 sollir.
of tho North and 300,000 of tho South, the
flower of tho nation, who gave up their
lives in tho civil wur, are not onough to
" fill up tho chasm," what more, Gen. KIN
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ell on commiMlon,
llniilneia allendeil tii prAtnptlr;
.. II. MAT1IUC.1.. K. O .UIIL
Commissi on M h r c rants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. ei OHIO I.EVEE.
STRATTON & lilRI),
(Hiiccen.ora toHtratlon, HudaonA Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALERS liT LI3WT0SI
Cement, Plaster 1'arih,
P LAST E R E IPS II A I R,
Corner rich lb Ntret anil Olila l.rvrr
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. WII.I.IAMH, .lAt.. KIXMI.KV,
Ijite of ViekaburK, JIl. Late ol Cin'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
H'lX'lAl.ltAILIIOAD, StKAMUOAT AND
KOItWAIlIlINO AND COM JIIHSIO.V
M, OIIIO LEVEE,
JOHN R. PHLLIS k SON,
(Burceilors to John II. Phillii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agent of
OHIO RIVKll AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkver,