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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1872.
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TIIK D01.LAH WI.I.KI.Y WOLLCTIN vyiikniho negro wat not n Viler, Uon.
John 11. Oberly has reduced the subcrip- Logan wai an advocate of tho policy of
lion price of the Wkkki.y Cairo Hullktin I (irin ntm frnm tlm mil nr tiiui.. .,.
to One Dollar nor annum, inaktnir It tllc "ving mm from tlio eoil of Illinois j but
rhcapertiiaperptiblMipiltnSnutlicmllllnolf. I now tho Oonoral socs In the negro a
friend who should be encouraged
of New York j
FOK VICK l'UKSlDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
.in ii i n . n -ii
nm m::ui:taiiv or ktatk.
101! Al'IHTOH OF 1'1'III.IC ACCOUNTS.
FOK STATU TItI.A9UltF.ll.
0I1ARLK5 N. LANI'UIEK.
1011 ATTOHXKY OFXF.ItAI.,
JOHN H. EUSTACE,
ron clhiik suritF.Mi: court northeiin
Hit AMI DIVISION.
FOR CLERK SL'I'IIKMK COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
negro votes now. Is it a compliment to
tho intelligence of tho negro that he can
bo lod by euch political dcmagoguM ?
The Metropolis 'Times' does, we havo
rcaion to bollovo, both Gen. Jones and
Capt. Wintor injustice when it says they
havo returned to tho Radical party. Our
Information it that neither hat. Oen.
Jones, wo know, has not, and wo under
stand Jack tayt be has not. Tho General,
wo believe, loft tho Grant party, influenced
by a patriotic impulse; and, although Mr
"Winter docs not merit tho samo praiso, ho
cannot well got back to his old associates.
Ue was a bull in the china shop whilo he
was in the Radical party, and tho door of
that organization is barred against hit re
turn. Ho will probably remain with the
Liberals, nnd Uuvoto hit tlender abilities
FO OLF.RKOFfrUI'HKSIK COURT SOUTHERN I , i.t r n . - , .. ..
ORAMi division. to tho labor of "r'R the dovll" on
li A ii tint ii i k-i.-u I
1.. 41. JLf, IT lljlljl.l JOl
ILHAMvS. 8Vory possible occasion.
for coxc.nis i:ifiim:i:NTii district.
GEORGE W. "WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER no Alt I) OF EQUALIZATION,
uf Randolph County.
"WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OBKRLY.
The Shawncctown 'Mercury,' speaking
of Gen. Jones' reported desertion to Grant,
I no truth Is, that when he got far enough
which were to defeat firnnt nml tlu.r.Ti.v
behind the scenes to convince himself of tli
real )un0es or I he llpmnrrnfl,.
destroy tho Republican party-he wheeled
into line nnd announced his Intention to sup
port the Republican nominees City, Dls-
ii i viiciiiivuiiva lail
Wo havo Gen. Jonct' authority for say
ing ho ttill stands steadfast by tho Liberal
colon, and has novor faltered for a moment
that he will vototho National and Slato
Liberal tickets without a scratch. And
Wo arc authorized to announce JOHN fj.
II AltM AV ilk n niliiltilnf j. fl.....l 1-M....1. r
.t.t'H-Hvuintm.m , VI, II I II ifc ylUi J Ul I
Alexander county, at the ciimiId;,' election in now, let us hoar from tho 'Mereury.'
We arc authorized to annnuncc R. !". YO
Ct'M a. a candidate for circuit Clerk of Al V K wou,d not ono word to lnJuro
exauder county, at the cii-iiIiil' election In tho fcollncs of Sonator Loean. "Wo nn.
Xnvnmlinl ln.vt I .. . .. .
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KOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We aro authorized to announce II. V'.
WEUU, ESQ., as a candidate Tor County At
torney, at the onulng November election.'
FOR SHERIFF. '
Wo arc authorlzeil to announce PETER
SAl'l as a candidate fur. Sheriff nl the enu-
lug November election
, will cut looso from Grantism, but we must
ask him, whllo he is charging Horace
Grooloy to-night with disunion sontiments,
if tie did not advocato the doetrino of
soccssion ; if ho did not go into tho war do
cianng his purpose to bo
Henry A. "Wlio, lho hangman of John
Brown j with Robert Toombt, who yet
boasU ho will call the roll of hit slaves at
the foot of Bunker Hill monument ; with
Alex. II. Stophent, tho secessionist: with
Moiby, tho guerrilla, in opposition to
Greeloyl Will Gen. Logan, during his
aIam - f a . ... . ....
utiuw ui oumnor s letter and while he it
coaxing the negroes to-night, explain his
ncgro-oxternilnatlng resolution and tell ut
how ho got Into such bad company ?
"Will Gen. Logan explain to-night why
he, in becoming the advocato of President
Grant's re-election, hat bocomo tho apolo
gist of tho corruption! of his administra
tion? "Why did the Senato at first rofuto to
investigate tho Now York custom house
corruptions ; and, when forced at last to
protend to bo anxious to ferret out tho
thieves, pack the commlltoo so that Rad
ical blackness might bo whitewashed?
Will Mr. Logan, In this connection, tell
his audionco that Lect and Stocking wero
enabled to stoal by tho kindness of Prctl
It it not true that all attcmpti to in
vestigate the salo of armt to the French
outrage woro at first resisted by Grant's
tonatorlal cabal, and that, when public
tentlmcnt compollcd investigation, the
committee was packed with whitewashes?
It it not true that this senatorial cabal
of Grant's political toolt roslstod all at
tempts to investigate the corruptions of
tho administration, and, when comtiolled
to4 make a pretense of investigation,
strangled ovory effort to appoint commit
tees not organized to cover up ?
Is It not truo that Gen. Grant's "peace"
hat been the peace of despotism or the
chaos of lawlessness that " It has fomen-
ted tho elements of war by supporting in
lho Southorn states, with the wholo
'patronago of tho government, tho most
rapacious and outrageous systom of
1 plunder that over was scon in this coun
try, hardly oxcepting Tammany hall in
Now York city?"
Is it not truo that the President, not
with tho designs of a Oajsar, but in ttupld
Ignoranco of tho contents of tho constitu
tion and tho principles of tho government,
has oxorcised dangerous powers ?
Is it not truo that tho President ae-
copted valuable gifts from politicians, and
afterwards, in payment of their kindness,
appointed thorn to cabinet offices and
tho other ,ucr'lve and honorable positions ?
is it not truo that Gen. Grant has no
'If 1 must handle the bent bow, hero goes
1 otio arrow." Thon this sharp arrow sont
towards the mark :
He Is to-day the llquor-lenguo candidate ;
while I am an enemy to the wlsky-ring mag
nates, in every form and manner. The rum
bloated and avarice-besotted plotters of
uiuuruoin, nave uispircu me cuniuciry
that Is to aid In his re-election. The money
to be lined in the canvas, has been sub-
ncriueu uy leaning mcmiiori 01 me rummy-
.muiiiu. , iimj iiiu wiium iimi'iiiiici ui im;
hraiidlcd-cor)x-englnc-houso has set to work
in his favor. No liquor candidate for me.
iievcn ncvcrn nevcriil ici, tane up ai
most any Ornnt paper nnd rend the poetry,
llacchnnnllnn muse nccms to preside.
Now, wo do hopo this expression of
'Turney's opinion may not drive away
from Groeleys support tho men who drink
and wo do hope that thoso partisans who
know how a papor should bo run will par
don us tho Indiscretion which compels us to
publish this great outburst of a great man
Wo fully acreo with T. No liquor can
dldato for us I It Is truo we should not
wish to surrender tho right to guzzle a lit
tle If our tastes ran In that direction, but
thon wo bollovo it must bo clear to
even tho Grant men we should
not bo surprised If Senator Logan would
assort that that party ovor which tho
Bachanallan nuiso sooms to preside does
not morit tho support of good citizens
Well may Turney exclaim :
It irtitlfnu fur noltnttwiil if mi iiotlst! 4a
henr, that grent crowds slng at political
mi i tiue,
"Come till up your glares boys,
And stand up in a row,
On a Presidential drinking
AVc arc going for to o ;
Let us trample down all party ties
Uencnth our love of right,
And proudly claim Uhcs Oram
As captain of our light I
So. for President Ulysses
Let every glass be bright
May he rule the country he has saved,
And God defend the right I"
Wllltn ltrmrir.1nn(.lln ntmtnrrl.lu ilminn rv.t
in their mad revel, shouting
"So. boys J a final bumper.
W hllc wo all In chorus chant
For next President we nominate
Our own Ulysses Grant I"
Alatl tho degeneracy of Radicalism I It
ttandt follows up in a row and drowns
them in liquor. Our temperato soul with
thot of Turney revolts, and we aro tobold
declare that whilo wo may take sugar in
ourn we protest against having any Grant
COLORED MEN !
READ THIS AND ASK FOR AN EX-
in QUCst of f 11 turn and Urirnr imtinrtnnl
ties elsewhoro. Those years at vou know
havo been full of Incldentt. At timo
ruthes, ovonts hurry each other in our
day ; and he who lives a half a century in
thl age lives longer than a wholo century
ofthollfo of MethmnUh. Wnll. fnlln.
citlzont the half century which has
passed since I ceased to bo a citizen of
New Hampshlro has socn the origin and
crowth of railroads nnd toloernnhi and
tho cablot across tho ocoan. It has soon
tho rlso and fall of empires and dynasties,
and it has seen, tho best of all to mo, tho
overthrow of Ameri:an slavory.
A great thinker has said that to-day is a
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grunt uiuig in ui;guiso, mat a uny iooks
common and trivial to tho thoughtless,
but all great and noblo successes aro mado
up of to-days. IJdo not know how woll
luavedonoj men havo dono better in
(Ma an ami utmil.1 f.. T llin
- " v, tt ii v. nuum tun, . niiii ivu mni
1 have addod to the history of tho last
uau coniury oi my country.
Our eniltrv ii linltnr worth llvlnir In In.
day, with bettor opportunities for its hum-
uiuiv cuizen, uecauso oi tne events oi too
last half century. In thoso events I havo
hnrnA an luimlila m,l nflnn mt.taLan
w . .. w n . ..U...U.W , ' II I .J u I IV. II 111 IB IU II bll
and of short slphtwliiAia indnlnir tlm thlnir
.t.i-l " ' j . . . : . ; p -
wuica soomoa rignt, out wmcn was not
always in tho wisest and largest vlow
rlirlit Rut .till I ililnl i.i v nr.. h.. l,l
mo to oxorciso larger cnanty towarus tno
great mass of tho liumnn raco. I bollovo
the great majority of tho human raco nro
ennif Antic .Imlnt. In An t..lil
T hava .litravi Ufl.linil In tnv Ku.t. ftt tit
m. a.M.V I II 1 I II 1 .1 1 1 V.U ... .... U II " I ...U fcW
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uomo dbck to tno sinio oi my uirin, al
ways uopcu to navo some opportunity to
ttltllrn. tint nhAi!tnil ntnr .r-nln fnrlurnll
with its people, but to commune with
. I. .. ... -.1 T ...... r... .t ...t.t.t. ...in
kiiuui, nuu i iruat tno iuw unys which will
hA an.nl nmnnr. -.fi".!, ntirl tvt.K n,r T-lArl-
v h.ivii .....v.lk . II V. ...... ...J ...TJIIUB
will bo the richest and happiest days of
my mo. i nopo mat noroaiter, at well at
nnW. in lllftt. fn wlllnll llp.tv. tnwnrAa a
close, and which ought to bo devoted to
rest, I shall havo frequent opportunities
not many years honco to como to Now
Hampshire to inlnglo with Its pooplo and
rejoice with tlicm that the old Stato bean
Tho third, madent Bradford, on tho 9th,
to obtain tho nrnia nf
AVc aro authorized to .itiin.itiw.. hamii- I n. . .
nv i it vi v ... .. .. it i . V , .. I tj" "".'..' nuu mm tnem upon tUo vrmn "as no
1U.1HI.N asa candidate for re-election I .... I. ...
lo the oUieo of Sheriff of Alexander county. al0"nists; and if ho did not say timo Pa"lculr '"Poet for tho rights of any
ana again mat he would not fight In a war mant wlilto or black ?
tho objoct of which was tho liberation of I ls " not truo that Horaco Grceloy is an
tho Southorn slaves I In all kindnoss we honost, patriotic, capable man, thoroueblv
ask tlio ienator to not skip tbeso qtics- Ptod in tho principles of the govorn
Senator John A. Logan was a momber
of tho Illinois Houso of Representatives
in 1853. Ho was a lcador In the Leglsla
turo, and dictated tho action of the ma
jority. On tho Cth of January, 1853, ho
offered the following resolution in tho
it best, and at follows
FcLLOW-ClTIXKS'H CIV XIV ViTlvir
State Ladies and Gentlemen : There
are two New Uampshires, ono consisting of
her bills, rocks, woods, bright greon mead
ows, and sparkling streams: tho othor, by
far tho more important and uniquo New
IlAtnniihtrn nf tiin twn llt n. .v.. nM.l .....
men who claim her soil as their birthplace.
Nay, more. Now Hampshire pcoplo aro
again divided into thoso who live on tho
soil, thoso who havo congregated, and who
SO Proud n DOSition nmoUl' hnr alitar
States; that her half million sons and
daughters now rcsidonts of other States,
Will tilwnvi look tinnlr with nrMn .nl .f
fectlon to the Stato and say, "although her
granite rocks aro hard and her soil re
luctant to give forth fruits, still, for all
that, her pooplo aro among tho happiest
and most intelligent of any we havo seen."
My friends, in the hope that perhaps I
shall havo opportunities hereafter to
mlnglo fumlllarly with you, and that theso
.lt.r v-tV i ' . .
uiueruucei, wincu navo sepnraieu us in me
past will graduHlly fade in tight of new
circumstances, and that wo shall come to
know each othor moro thoroughly, in that
faith and hope I now take my leave of
St. Louis Advortsomonts. I Our Homo Advortisors .
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Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
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"Watches, Clocks and Music
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Law Department, Washington University.
The regular annual term of this Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEIl Orii, 1872. g
t.-..ii .. . .
run toorhu. iwo ienn-,.ix months each
students adm tted to tlm .tininr ci.- nn
i i r !.i J-W'cn"oii on or iierore Oclo
second year, Including uhC of llbrarv. Kor
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GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnrtentti itret fiMd t'sta
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And Dealer lo
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T lir,?ll UUI i t.n, t.lKJ.
Yf X ftoniln u'.irrnntoil fr.k1. n.i L..t.i
at thu lowetit priecs.
- lncr m st- -'ommercialAve.
Wo are authorized lo announce JOHN
3leEVEX iih a candidate for Slicrlli; at the
cnstiiiu; XoM'lnbcr election.
mont, devoted now as ho has heon during
all his life, to tho rights of man of all
Itesolved, that the commit
tee on Judiciary be instructed
to report a bill to effectually
prevent the emigration of free
negroes into this State, under
the article of the Constitution
requiring the Legislature to
pass such a law.
A motion to lay thlt resolution on tho
tablo was defeated, Mr. Logan voting to
not table. Ho defended tho resolution In
the most vehement mannor, abusing tho
negroes nnd denouncing them as unfit to
livo in Illinois. Ask Mr. Logan to ox
plain. Ask Mr. Logan how he, with such
a record, can donounco Horace Greeley
who has been, since his youth up, tho stead
fast opponont of human slavery
onnoMdmne.nl n.. a-.,.. I.. . . uon oi tno philosopher, and tho eroat
home with us. do Tj . M S' 00 mtttter which' Republican politician, aro taking it at tho HAQE GREELEY AS A PUBLIC
i r. in r ii nnim oinn-i, ...l .tn. .. i i . i n m n- a iy l' if
Wo are authorized to anm ce .IOIIN
II. OOS.S.MAN a- a candidate for re-election
to the olllce of Coroner, Mihject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
"I know Gen. Cirant better than anv other
ni.Tii In the country ran know hint. It was
my duty to Mudy him. and 1 did o nlirht
and day, when I -aw him and when I did
not K'c mm, and now I ti:u. vol' what i
KNOW, Hi: CANNOT (iOVKlt.Nl lllnCOl'XTHY."
btcrttary f.ilinn 31. Stanton,
The great Sumner will stump Mas-
sachusctls for Greeley, and won't be mako
tbo Radical fur fly I
Tiiet hnvo nn enthusiastic Liberal club
in Metropolis. Judgo Green, of this city,
has boen talking to it.
TlIK Dnmnpmtll'.l.lhnrol nnnt.l!
- i uwi iii .vuiiimbill I
convention of tho Fifty-Orst District will mon of wllfttver color or nationality?
moetat Golconda, Thursday, August 22. I" not Koernora great deal better man
Mayor Corliss, of Metropolis, nnd Capt. tban tno blatheskiting Oglosby ?
Hamblcton, of Mound City, havo been Can tho Goneral say, with his hand on
named in connection with tho nomination his truthful heart, that anvthlnir is lovelv
for tho senatorship. Roth aro good men or that tho Amorican goose hangs high?
the best in Southorn Illinois. Capt. '"'gut extend thoso questions
Ilambloton has a portonal popularity trough all our columns, like a lone road
which becomes wider difl'usod every day
On tbo stump ho is ono of thoso talkers
who convinco whllo they entertain. lie
could, we believe, bo elected. Mayor Cor-
I through a largo country, but wo pauso for
The fincror of overv ovnnt nf tlm nrm.
liss is also a gentleman of groat popular- ent canvass points to tho success of Mr.
tt tr.AArl. ... ... . . I
EX-PnF.sir,EvT.TnT,nTr7( . ' .- -" "euoei. ureeloy In November next. Tho tide of
" ter thobotterthov nm Lnnn.nj . . .
astlcallv for r.r,.w i., i. ,. .,..,.,.... . , , ' .o puonc som.raoni is running in the direc-
... ... "I:" U" r,UCCmCUam"ly- Uo IcouIdweba. Uon orthe nhllosonher. and the t
i o - -
"Weoro informed by a person who has
just returned from Villa Ridge, '.hat all
tbo Gormans in nnd nbout that neighbor
hood are n unit for Greeley.
Tiik murdering season has commenced
in Memphis. On tho Oth Inst.. Corry
Waters shot and killed Spike Molcn shot
him through tho heart.
Will Gen. Logon, in tho frankness of
his honest disposltion.tell us to-night why
hocoquolted with tho Liberal cause and
denounced Grant, prior tolho Philadelphia
The Cairo 'Gazette' is entirely mistaken
In the supposition that Mound City has
the only Greeley club in Southern Illinois.
A fine Greeley club is in active operation
atCarbondale. It was formed last week.
And thoro Is a big ono at Metropolis.
Lanqdon C. Haynks, who was one of
the high-toned politicians of Tenneisoe
hat boen nominated for Congress by the
Democrats of tho Memphis dl.trlct. The
Memphis 'Avalancho' has bolted tho nom
Ination, Hayncs not being, In that paper's
opinion, a sound Grceloy man.
Gen. Logan was as dumb as an oyster for
many months before Grant's nomination.
and explained his silence by saving he
didn't know on which sldo of the fence to
fall the LIboral or Radical sldo. Was it
patronago thai flopped him over on tho
Radical side ?
Billy Riiew.v, tho good natured nnd
forgiving soul, has bowed thokneo to Haul
lie it now supporting Ikio Clements, who'
with Logan's aid and Munn's secret tup
port, robbed him, deserving man that ho
It, of tho empty honor of tho Radical nom
ination for Congress in this district.
IIH, Billy, we Hush for you I
Either is good enough, and either -is bet-
ter than Ferrol.
D. G. HAY AND THE SUA"WNEE
The Shawnoetown 'Mercury' askt us
"as Mr. D. G. Hay not a defaulter ?"
hilo Mr. Hay was acting with tho Radi
cal party, we woro urged, time and again,
to mako this charge against him. "Wo re
fused as often as askod, much to the dis
gust of inccnslderato political frlonds. If
tho charge over got into our columns it
was without our knowledge. Wo have
known for years that Mr. Hay was charged
on tho government books with moro than
ho was credited with ; but we know, as
Mr. Lusk knows, how this happened how
taxes could not be colloctod, and that an
explanation would relievo Mr. Hav from
all suspicion of dishonesty. "We do not
tolleve he cheated tbo government out of
a cent, and tho 'Mercury' does not either.
At this timo Mr. Hay is anything but a
friend of ours j ho novor has been j but wo
will not do him or any ono else tho in.
Justice to charge a crime unless wo havo
evidence of guilt.
In the past, the Democratic party hat
committed many errors. It Waj lod Into
thorn by men llko Sonator Logan. "While
he was leader of the Democratic party of
Illinois it blundered terribly, and until
lately the leaven of his example kept it n
the old rut. Rut It now walks In the
light of the new departure, In fellowship
with Greeley and Sumner and Schurz and
Trumbull and Banks and Palmer and a
host of the other ploneon of Republican-
Itm, while Logan, with tho old tavor of
hit resolution to exclude all neeroes from
the soil of Illlnoit still cllnjjlnc to his no.
lltlcfil garments, stands to-day with Gen.
Grant, who sent back into slavery from
Cairo hundred! of fleeing negrcct; with
flood in tho ho po that it may lead on to
fortune One bv one thev fall AWar from
Grant, spreading dismay by their deser
Hon in tho demoralized camp of Radical
"Wo tako pleasuro in making the an
nouncement, that. In Hnilllinrn T1Ut
-P 1 ...v. Alt,llU7l,
tho work of the'dislntogration of the Had
ical party is progressing with as much
rapidity as In any other part of tho land.
Ono by one, in Southorn Illinois, the great
Radicals aro coming over to tho advocacy
of tho cause of Greeley, which is tho
causo of high morality in tho administra
tion of tho government nnd of greater
purity in tho social Hfo of America. No
cvont has given greater forco to this as
sertion has furnished moro conclusive
proof of its truthfulnest than the de
fectlon of the Rev. D. B. Turney, of Me
tropolls, from tho ranks of tho Radical
Tbo Revorond D. B. Turnoy is a Meth
odist proaehor who has been one of the
most uncompromising Republicans in the
country, and we have the Rev. Mr.
Hughoy't authority for saying ho is ono of
tho most learnod meu in tho Stato a
child of geniutj a bright star of the
church, dostlnod to give forth a
it.-i.i . . ...
ngiiv mai win add beauty to
the paths of llfo and glorify the goodness
of his Master. Devotod as he has boon
from his youth up to Republicanism, this
auio minister now turns his back on Grant,
anu sets his face with tho stern ,1
4 n-t . I .
MJriiiiuauon 01 u rnlllni,. ......
uroeleyward. In tho last istuo of ih
Metropolis 'Times 'tho rovorned eentl.
man gives his roasont for refusing to sup
port me riniauoipMa nominco
Aftor saying he is vory torry hit frlonds
want him to tell why he will not support
the re-oloctlon of Mr. Grant, he remarks,
that 11 many roatoni juttify my courto, and
GOOD, BETTER, BEST.
COMPARE THESE "WITH GRANT'S
havo sought opportunities for success in
uiuer owies anu in omor placet man their
, i i . . i i , . ,
imiivu innu. i ueiong lomoiHew liamp
shire that travarien mn r l.mW .in, I .1!.
tanttpots, but when tho 4th of July or
xuanKsgining, or ;nrisiraas day comes,
or any recurring anniversary that brings
to mind recollections nf nl.l iomlilu.
hcarthk. I thnn rnonr witli nit tkn ..... r
that outer Now Hampshlro to tho land of
in v Rnrpflirv. i nsir imvr n.n aij
j " M I II . uu uiu
folks at home? Lauchtcr.l From dis
tant lands ovcrvwhnrn. from Pulir.r,;.
xexas. iowk. irom ino eauatiir. from ti.
onier Biuo oi mo giooo, mo othor How
Hampshlro looks back in mind to tho
rugged hills of our nativo State, smoother
now than when we wrestled with tho
rocks, and tried tn vriut nvl.tr.nnn r.n
1 -- - . - M.s.v..vVI ..UU.
tho granito beds. Applause.
It has boon said of mo that I adviio all
vounc nconle to eo "West. Tm in nm
extent, I havo. I do adviso thoso who
find oxistenco so linnl In ihn l.'n.in.
...W . II J .V. .1
btates to turn to that setting sun whero
they find so much unoccupied, fertilo land,
which tickled with tho plough, laughs such
uuumeous Harvests, uui as to tho peoplo
luhl now coiiinn.iH : nw tamnih pn imn
oru iioiiu uuuur iou. Daitnrp.inthnri ... ha.
ter taught, and on behalf of that outer
ichoersj expansive Now Hampshlro, wboso
i ui lb uriBiiu irum inn pn Hint tni in nn n
I claim adoption into its fmnllv nf our
common anrn.lnr. IV n Hn
credit, I hopo no discredit to tho schools,
churches. intnlllfAnnn innr.lli.. n,t .i:
, i . n 1 .ii ivir
giuu m vua inner new Hampshire in
wuHvuvur apuere wo may oo caned to serve
our fuumry. i nopo, ana trust you will
not havn moan tn i. .itinm..! .r... i
mat wo win uo no discredit to tho beaut!
iui land that gavo us birth.
It is now understood that Mr. Greolcv's
tour will include a trip to Aintit
. D " I
liangor, and Portland, Maine, where he
will bo present at a moctlni? to hn Bildrna.
ted by General Ranks. Mr. Grooley visits
Kyo Uoach, N. N., on tho lGth Inst
TJv members of the Society of .Icsin., nnd
rinwuiiiuiuiuu ov an aci oi inn kihip
Legislature In 1832, it has experienced unln
tcrniptcd success, and continues to oiler the
ouch ' ' - ' 6
CLAN6ICAL ANI COMMEKCIAI. KDUCATION.
nrvt) caiiiiiuaie ior allin-Mlotl not perron-
SUV nPflllllfllffiit wttti anm.. nM.. t .1... I.'
, ...... ..u.i.u uiic ui niu rue- i
ulty must produce proper testimonials of
(jUUM IIIUIUI VllUIUtll'll
iiuiicuns arc sent threo times a year to the
imrunin ur giiariuailit 01 till stlldentx, to ill-
.v.... ibiii .in; cuiiuuci. ueaiiu ami I ......
Imnrnvenipiit nf tln.lr ... .,... ... In Under New Ilrlck Hullilliu- romr r
experienced iihyslclandally vMu the'intl- Elt'hth and Washington Adeline,
.....u.i, mm i luuiuuc.i care anu uttcutloii
are be-towed on the nick.
Hoard ami MHtinY'1,?,!?;,. A k" EI? R? nfiMcrnTTnvrw
Oioo 'iiiiiiiuiiui', v-v vujlu UUllVlllilt
The next session liculn. t;,.i.i,.n,i.,., ,i
jg-t, - - . Uvl.,tl.lL . ,
I lit U1CI1I4 I111KI III Illfliln .,ilt...lf n. I
- ..... .... ,I.I..,V.I,, ,1.
join -an nualiy, in advance. CatnlogucH con
tain ng intrui:tioni. to parenU, and full par
tlclllain, will lie sent free on application to
RAv. .1. (J. Zkala.m., S. .1.,
I'roiill'llt St. I.nlll. I'l.lv.ir.ll.i C, I ...,l.
Mo. T."ll41vil.iiu-. '
ANI IIIULKIt IN
TO SELL THE I'AHLOIl STEEL E.NOKAVI.VO
"CHRIST WEEPING OVER JERUSALEM,"
From Hi. Piia. P.... , . .. .
p.lnllnic, ul by Amcrlc.'ii Lrt innit.r. in
. Uuu...u...iu wrA.ll,ol, IUI, Mo.
FOHEKSN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Ckkam and Sop a Fountain.
I flfi.lrp 111 llifnnti inr i...n.,u . I.
I,. : , - l'i"linliu IIIUIHIO
lie at large, that I am at all times prepared to
.......... u.ri.wuiiK in me aoove line on the
'hortcut notice, IncludliiK Wedding and
Uiiceti raki s. etc. Alo nupper partleM fur
iilhed to order promptly and perfect i-atl-faction
For finality and price- I defy comeptltlon.
I ry me once and ou will como ajrnln.
Last week Horaco Greeley made thrco
littlo speeches in Now Hampshire lhat
would havo done no discredit to Webster
if ho had uttorod them during his lifetiino
undor similar circumstances. Tho first,
mado at Manchester, on tho 7th, is good,
and as follows:
r ELLOW-UITIZEVH np n w . -
-- " i -1AI1V
State lou are awaro that I am araoni'
rnll .n . .latl . n . ., . . . o
j-- u .ion, ,u my relatives and tho
PlaVniUteS Of inv nlilLllinn.l . T i
. j -...,.wwt H, a iinvu
oltun been amono I Htm ,1, .i, i...ir
nfintlt.ll l nun 1 .1.1. ( I , . . .
-v.. .u.j emiu j. ivn mi. neiguooruoou In
iv.!,.. ui a hyiuj; uisuwnoru. i tirst saw
Manchester flfty-sovcn years ago, when a
flood nnd rtinnlm. Inn in iU r...i
rendered it impassiblo al Rood's or Thorn-
luu ion, mm coinpeiicu my lather to
return with mn frnm mw .1 r... i i .
in Londonderry, to our homo iu Amherst,
to make a circultout route in order to
crost at inn point by an old and rickety
ttructuro known n MpflrnnnA i..:.i....
IIM.n.n ..,. .I... .l:
nuiu .uuii .uica or tour usnermen s
nuu on mo stio 01 this now thr Iftv nml
prosperous city of about thirty
thousand souls. T.nwnll .ml xr..i...
. . . . Ii Hi- .1UBI1UU
wore unknown even In name, and not a
iujjiu vuuuu uuu cermmiy no print
. u uiiur
Yflnlni? vonra hnvn ulfnosol i.M
V I i t Til r IIIIHIL'IIBU
a Lrium in liiu I'rnwin nr miP nniin ...l i
uuitiiraauu umui mn, i irust that all
sections aro lmnofl tml llmr,,),,. . ,i,..i
- , ,,u lllu
cotton-grower and cotton-splnner may
hnth rntnlrn In nnnh nf hn-'n il,;r 1
perity. Good men sincerely upprohonded
that if slavorv wnrn nlinllalm.1 mi.. ...... i i
not bo raised in adequato quantitict, but
iimiij ui mum imvu luarueu to realize nnd
rejoice that labor of froe mon is worth
moro than that of ilavna. T i.,..i i,.
othor mlsaporohensioni ami cnniinn.i
hatreds aro yielding to lessons of oxpo-
rioncc. anil that a. Innir nnd K.I..1.. r
, a m.ikmi, UH ui
pcaco and fraternity hat dawned upon our
-..J.V um.rBtniu i-ouii.ry.anu in that lalth I
III, I ..m. a 1 . I .. .1 1 I , .
juui kiuuij guuu-nigiil.
The second mado at Concord, on tho 8th,
is bettor, and as follows s
.,y,J,,1nTa',an1 and my Friends
AND rKLLOw.ntTivvu. v 11.....
wi,lf..fl. J f i,liaT llUll1
.l.l.MJCi'"TMori1 ,tl,Rn ht 8 century hat
DISSBU .Innn 1 l,.f. .1.1. .. .
" mii my native otate
I.' ! .1 ,. ., .
r-viuuncoR accumaiato that Tweed in
throwing his influenco for Grant.
Ihoro was nn immenso Democratic.
Ropublican meotinK at Bloominirton. on
tho Oth. Twenty thousand peoplo woro
prosont, and spoeches wore mado by
ocnurz, Jtoerner, Black, and othors
Saint Domineo is tranoull. Chrl
has disbanded his forces.
A revolution Is in progress in V urn
Gutierrez proclaimed himself dictator and
assassinated Presldont Balta. Tho peoplo
then hung Gutleircz to a lamp post, and
ourncu uis body. Honor Furdo has slnro
been inaugurated as Prcsidont.
rhcodoro Tilton Is stumplm? Mainn
Gen. Sherman is in England.
Tho EnclUh parliament li fill linAn
A telegram dated Cairo. 10th Intl..
states that Doputy Unltod States Marshal
arrested throe mon at Tamaroa. 111., vei
terday, tuspectod ofbelne members of
gang of countorfeiton, whoso operations
in mat section oxtend over a period of
sovoral years. A considerable amount of
counterfoil monoy was found on tho nr.
sons of tho accusod, and it is thought oth
mo oviuonce is suiiielent lo convict a part,
11 not an 01 them.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If SO. tftlf A nn. A.lwtnA ...I ....... I.... - .
..... ... ll4 , rimuic aim popular ai if noun I'r-
nrio lUuaoiD, which ii potltlrolr the only line
runnlnK three delly expreM trsins froniHt. toul.
r "i "w ihii uiu in no. tivelr
Ihn An V In. u i nh ...n. D.iIIm... . - . 1 .
. . ' , . uu. . mm... umiwio iieeueri
and fine dy cownep, enpeclally for moter.
ji", i.io., ao,, iq any point In
" , , i ' , , I M.im., WIUIMU, 1 OJ1U. .11 U
California, cat unun or eddreiir. Il.tri,..'..
V,iltVi!li,0,?rl HM.m5 Bl B Oo'umbui, Ohio i or!
K. A. Ford, General P attenger Agent, St. Louts,
Mo trouble to answer questions 3-e-wI
Statu of Illinois. i
tirlllirtliil,! lulu 1 1f lu-.l I
Notice In hereby irlven that until :i nvi;...i-
I. m., on .Monday, Augut 2fiih, 1872, oealed
proposals will be received at the oltice of the
fecretar' of Slnti-. In tin. nln- ,.r u...i.,...i..i.i
for the execution of the several cla-en of
irinuiiL', as nereinaiierspeclUcd, Kaid prlnt
nir to ln hit In hitinr.iti, ,mnfM..u
.1?.. r.l . I--""- wHijMLin iui i-ucn
"'""i "nn oi itvo yearn irom and af
ter the llrt Monday or November, 18?..
TlIK FIltST (,'l.jtHH tn iirimnrUn ti.,.
ofall hill, for tin. twn II,.... .1 ,.r.i. . ... ." n
, , , - ..... . i i. ii w. mi.- UI'IILTUI
As-cmlily, together with ouch resolution
tlllll Alllir lllaltnM, u ...... I.. I a. .. I
...... w. ii.ttiui.- a mat iju unicriMi ny tuc
two Ilftllnw. fir ulths.r ttt tli.itii i... ..Jl.... .
In 1.111 rlM7, ' i UU JMIIiUHI
l1tV KlTlVH Pi ki.il tn ,...,..f .1 ....
Inir of tho. IniininU ..r thr. uAi.u.. .....i iA . ..
TlTK TlflKli fl aU (A nn.,,,i.LA .1... ..!.. a
iiiKofaH roports 'ommunlcatlonh or other
or either brant h thereof, or by the Execu
tive Department of the .Stato Government.
tOlll.llHlltl.il 111 tinlmtlil... ... I.nnl. . '
;;, i-"""i uuuk, ionii, io
gcther with the volume of public docu-
iik Fcjuimi CLAns to comprise the
rlntlng ofthe laws and Joint resolutions.
Ing of all blank, circulars, 'cards or other
Work niwl.k.liPV fnr II... !,r.i. ... ' . -
Dcnartmentii or rltlmpi
eral Assembly (other than mini. ... li..h i.
tir ntn.l In .,,;,l.l. . , , "
1 I, " , I"""!'"":! "1 111 lOrilll.
Knell lirritirn..il ittiHi .1I..I.....I..... .
,.iwi .. ..iT ...T .""." 'r" K"). " t- 'eciiic
-- , .iiuin.1 Lwnuriiccii in tho
ijhuu pur one nunurei iinprcs.
slon-! lor ul presswork embraced iu the ihti
second, tli nl nml rn.i.n. ..i . . . .r1'
h;1', ?'-!,'" Uo !! work euibPaced
; , ,w "i wi iiiuiiiiiir uovercu dv
hl proposals, 6 " j
r-ucii proposal must be accompanied by a
"immw in uivui ui UIU IJL'UUI NIII11 ni Is.ti tli f.i.
CAIRO CITY COAL
! prepared to supply euitomer with the Lett
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDEItS left at Halllday Bros. oHlcc. TO
B.",.,.LE.VKf; or ,1U Coa' YarJ below the
M. Char en Hotel, will receive prompt attcn
tlon. The Tuo ''Montauk" will bring coal
I " i-ivii. m gn.-uiui- n m miy pour.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOniK UATEM, Proprietor.
10 Commercial Atenue, CAIRO, 1I.LIN0IU
Be.t brand of Callfe. iCIartJust recelsvj,
HII.I.I Al!!! t .lnn.i f,,.M. I .. . . ..
, , ;i niv.i iiuiii.iicii mm me uem
of bibles ; nnd bar supplied with wines, liquors
Illlll f ff.ra nf I m .(.... 1 . i ' '
iij " .in. uiicbi. urmiutf.
.ivi."u. .umi biiiu oi i'jn thou
sand dollar, i-nm tlnnn.l i,. .i.,.
performance, pursuant to "AnacttoproWdc
for and reirulate the oxeeutlnn nfti..'. r..,i.nr.
printing." approved April nth, 187!!, utid in
u.w wa. iui. n niiL'll UlUnS Or rlnlftfta
oft in Stiitn nrlntlti.f n. V" .7..-.l.m?'',
him nml i.Kn fnf ihn 1 1 . .7 . . .
damages, by such" bfdcfeMo e" 3? Z 0f
1111V nyppLU tf .it all., i.t.i . , '
........ i,.ui.t,, .,uu uiu oiuio may uo oollL'cd
tn nnv fnr mlMi wnri? It.. V.i. "I '".V"
' .'! 11 :tv,,,""' "I icnnuil oi lliu la
of such bidder to complcto his contract.
.. ... . uitiiu null iju oiilllTCII
to pay for Much work by reason of tho failure
IU f-ill ltn ..1.1 (11 H. .1. . . v,v-'
rD Hill, in
Kiqiith Strkkt, Hetwkkn Wabhinoton"
and Commercial Avxnucs,
AtlJolDlBV Kl 'teuboaae nnd nanny's.
i.Ii.epch8 be,t ?r Dt'e' Porkf Mutton Veal.
-- ...wr. uiomnum iiioawr
RuTciiEn and Dealer in all Kinds of
C'OIINEII Xl.NETENTII AND Poi'LAU STS,,
Buys and slaughter only tho best cattle,
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any lei
mind for fresh meats from one pound to Ci
thousand pounds. deeMi"
and will thnn hn ilniv .mki.i....i
l.Iflllk'U fnr nrnnnun u ti.lll i. s i
nnn Inn Inn.n .1 ".'"""'MOa OU
ii nil iflu, AU JSflTBI
fn!t,,??.t0.,ni? pfroonth, everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce the the latent iinnraved
TMlS" '",Pet HIIUTTLB siWlNci
MACIIINr: oror Invented. We challeuo the
world lo compete lth It. Price oily sis JS, ,d
fully warranted for flvo yearn, maklml tne
n?rh.n." 8i'i .''e -V'!"'! . shuttle
i.u. niMMnN Ti'B-aiJ"S..,.V,B'irf.,.?... Pd
niTiNK. iT,:;r" ,.-,;?? "." ma-
fell.tuek. quilt, eord. bind, braid and " iiibVS
ti a mo.i auiierlor manner. And are "irrant.-,
addre.. H7 wVNKOOP 4 CO.Sl
P. O. Ho,. .728 Ihll.delPl,7.K'fe,,TJ!Tu'.
" 27 ff ga!
88 1, IV
Lot 27 block 20,
i n 11 : " 3
fi a IV si 11 sa:
orterm.,.l. ,pply to jam E8 JOHNSON,
It it uteleaa to mention their superior quallllti
Sould?. ,P ,Ur ,hemMlT" ttroighout th!
I manufacture ererythlng In Tin, Sheet Iron, and f
Copper Ware out ol the "very hett mtUrial. and
hair no he.ltailnn In ttatini that I have lanrar
tl l w Comstnial areau. CWroVn!: