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JOHN II. OIIL'KLY, Editor and Piihllshrr.
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY RULLET1N
John II. Ohcrly lias reduced the ubcrlp
tlon price of the WKKKI.Y CAHto ItULl.KTlN
to One Dollar per unmun, making U the
chcpfttpapcrpiilllhedln Southern lllitioi?.
of Now York ;
tor vice rnesiDKXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
ron SEcnETAUY or state.
EDWARD RUM MEL.
roB AtTtTon or ruiutc accoujtts,
UAMfcL U 11 A It A.
ron state TitEASunEn.
CHARLES N. LAN I'll IER.
Ton ATTORNEY fiFNERAI
JUUN 0. EIJSTAV.E.
ron clerk surnr.ME court northern
roR cunx supreme court central
DAVID A BROWN.
clerk-or scrnEME court southern
B. A. I). WILHANKS.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1872.
OR congress eighteenth district,
OKOKGE U WALL,
of Perry County.
member board or equalization,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to nnnonncc JOHN Q.
HARM AN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the enduing election In
We are authorized to announce Ii. S. YO-
CUM a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
esander county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESJ., as a candidate for County At-"
torney, at the ensuin? November election. -We
are authorized to announce P. II.
Pope a a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SALT as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We ore authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRV1N a u candidate for re-election
to the office ofSbcrllTnt Alexaudcr county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN us a candidate for Shoritl', at the
cntuinc November election.
' Foil CORONER.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. UOSSMAN as a candidate for reelection
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
tlonnl constitution disqualified n certain
class nf cur clllzon to hold or exrrciso
tho functions of any ofllco, chlior statu or
national. And tho frttnchlso nrllclo of
our auto constitution, which wa adopted
undor tho reconstruction law of conir,ret,
dirrupchle, or withhold tho right to
vi.to from llioso who were unqualified
from holding offlco by tho fourteenth
amendment itforcsnld. This wo nro will
Itiir to admit, and do admit, to bo n proper
md fair construction of tho frnnchfso'
lwf ns nppllcublo In this itute. Rut
hero Is tho great point I dcslro to mako:
Tho tato udministrntion parly, -which Is
hacked and bolstered up by President
01VE8 NO HEED 011 ATTENTION
to tho Ihws on tho subject of tho franchise
Lawful dlMiuallflcMions and dlmbllluix
uron cheerfully and willfullv ubmittcd
to by our people its n summons from
bailiff. Rui it I tho utter disregard of u
mw, justice, una uccency that wo cry
um ii 1 1 1 a v. nu tnero u no empty or
senseless chnrgo mndo here. FhcI only
nro iicu men ns can Do proven by liv
ing nnu respcciuuie witnesses.
in ibiu, itiousanu ol men who no
letted every qualification ol elector were
taVHgoiy ana iirutishiy
DENIED THE EXERCISE
of that richt, although in full and utter
disregard und contempt of all futidumcntn
or statutory law, lor no other or turthe
reason thn that tbey were suspected o
disapproving tome or all of the wickednesi
and outruccs, of Governor (now Senator)
umyion. i ms wits tliu case, not only
with democrat, but with republicans also
It enn bo proven thut ono of the registrars
tor tins county in I07U (wno cannot pro-
noimco a name wiinoui tirst spelling it,
during tho review provided hv-law. woult
scan the list with pencil In hand, and,
whenever ho pis'ed 10 the name of a per
son ho disliked In any way or for any
rmilo hn .vrmli! irltli in nail, lli'l
the mm olf the list, and add. ''That man
is a democrat." upon tne other hand
moso wno legHiiy anil in fact wcro not
possessed of tho nccesarv nunllficHtlotif.
ny reason 01 1110 uiaullllles Imnoted bv
tho Fourteenth Amendment, or bv thn
state constitution, were, without hesitation
PERMITTED TO REGISTER,
If thty only gave exprelon to the fact
that they would co-opernto with Clnvton
and tho ft" to administration. It nil! be
observed that the law was totally Ignored
hnd set at naught in each cae. "in facL
thi law wa no guide for the registration.
it whs tartctl anil carru-d out in nil its
wickedness and enormilv, wbh the sole
view of sending Clavion to the United
Stiiles senate, and in this was quito a full
Now, your readers may ask,
WAS THIS REfl-nUCAN RULE
in Arkansas ? "Was Clayton the man who.
as Governor; appointed these Registrars
to deny and ter nwny the greattst nnd
most sucred right that belongs to an
American citizen, and which is trie crand.
cardinal buri if our iiutiiutions, claiming
io oe carrying om uepuuiican principles
nd adminislvrint: a Republican StalH
Government? Was this ureal thrust at
Republican ideas, doctrines and trut.
made in tho namu of that Republicnnism
wliich has b'cntne a synonym for Liberty
and .Juttice? I answer, ye. Thcso
wrongs wero perpetrated upon our peo
ple, the Republican as well ns the Demo
crat, the Federal soldier as tno rebel sol
dier, under and by Republican (?) Gov
ernor, under and bv u full and
Booms or Liberal Executive Com 1
SritlNGVIELD, ILL., Augutt, 15, 187'J. I
Jons II. Obeuly, Esq.:
Tho following appointments have been
made lor Gov. ICanicr, by the Liberal Exec
utlrc committee :
Cairo, Wednesday, August 23th, at night ;
Mound L'ltv. Tlmi-Mlav. Ant'iist "illh. iluv
Metropolis. Friday, Augtut 30th, davtlmo ;
Golconda, Saturday, Augiiftaint, divtlme;
liu uoiu, mureuay, beptcmoer aw, at
Centralla, Friday, September Cth, daytime;
Carlyie, Saturday,Sc)tembcr7th, daytime;
O. M. Hatch, Sec'y.
"I know Gen. Grant better than any other
man In the country can know him. It was
my duty to ttud"yhlm, mid I did to night
and day, when I taw him and when I did
not see him, and now I tell you what i
KNOW, HE CANNOT GOVERN THIS COUNTRY."
Stcrttary dcin SI. Stanton,
"Grant Is making money out of his posl
tlon, and that's all ho care about. Senator
"Grant is a man without kuowledgo to
preside over a caucus. Logan.
"There are tistcen weighty reasons why
Grant should never bo president." Colax.
HOW THE PEOPLE ARE TREATED
BY THEIR GRANTITE
OPERATIONS OF CLAYTON AND
HIS MYRMIDONS -THE PRESI
DENTS RARGAIN WITH
UPRISING OF THE PEOPLE
AGAINST THE FEDERAL AND
bTATE A DM IN IS t RATIONS.
Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune.
Magnolia, Ark., Aug. io.
ine people ol Ai kuii, u utH pteuiinrly
curled. They feel Urn heavy pruuia of
n iron drtputiiin perhaps muru cnlbly,
and in moru and graver forms, than the
people of any oth ir Statu in the Union.
Ube puoplo ol other States, North as Well
South, are humiliated by llm appoint-
dibiu iu ouiin ui corrupi, vicious, una In
competent men; they doubllus ne, in
many way, the virtuous u of the Iioiihh
people totally ignored; they see the heavy
revenuu luvLhly im-d by partilxn und
flb er.d, at well as a long list of other
buti-a In blgh plates Tumid muntlon;
but no one, nor all ol there combined, cun
riein magnitude and liiipcutance to one
(ingle wrong which thn people of this
Stuti', with dumb moutbi, have la-en
forced to submit to. In thousand ofln
Stances, the excerclin of the ballot.
IS RErUHKD OUK PEOPLE,
tbe tame at if they were serfs or clavei.
And that, too, in flagrant and glaring vlo
latlnn ol national and state constitutions
nd of every itatute or either the atato or
national government, I wish to bo well
nd distinctly undersiood jun )orei
Cstui what i here Haled can be provan bv
too many bonest mouth tu look or out,d
all for some m-n' republcanlsro
TW)fora I will particularize a little,
ffkt iVuUMOth auoodBiiibt to th n.
COMPLETE REPUni.lCAN ADMINISTRATION,
nearly every state, county, townshjp and
municipal office in the whole State being
tilled by Republicans (?), and under and
in the numuol'n Constitution and codo of
law enacted and adopted by the Repub
lican party ot the State.
What a spectacle I It Is cravolndoeu:
but cannot truthfully bo denied. Think
of it. Find it magnitude und importance.
A man u free citizen Is, contrary to all
law, denied tno right to vote in ontiofthu
State of tills TJ i ion 1 Not oulv so, but u
full thousand or American citizens uro
robbed of their ballot without law and
without fear. And n full thousand more
nro compelled tr. vote contrary to their
honest und deep convictions, in order to
exerclsu u right that the Republican party
says is inalienably in n Republican Gov
ernment, I am sometimes fearful that this grnvo
outrage and alarming innovation will
not bo duly appreciated in all iu vast
enormity by thosu who nro not cyo-wlt-ni-s.ea
to tho wholu sceuo and situation.
Hut I wish to usk, if this ran lie practiced,
without 'law or fear, In Arkansas, when
tho h undtrtho control oT men who loudly
yell Republicanism, why cannot it be
practised in tho sumo way in
in Pennsylvania, or in Massachusetts?
President Grant has indorsed Clayton in
the commission of thoso feurful wrongs in
tlmSlato. Tho President removed United
States oliiccr who bad commenced to
prosecute Clayton and associates for thcso
enormous crimes, when nkcd to to do bv
tliu criminals. Ho then tilled these vacan
cies by men selected and suggested by
Clayton and bis associates in crime. Nut
only this: m iny ofthu men who, in tho
capacity of Registrars, under uppoiulment
from Governor Uayton In 1870, defrauded
thousand ot tho citizens of this Slalo of
their great right Ui cast an untrammelled
ballot, uro now holding United States oill-
ces in tins btute, secured to thum through
Oiuyton's popularity and influouco with
President Grunt. Then, if Clavion can
rob tho people of thi Stato of a right that
tvrunis even nesitato to witiiiiold, and
that, too, In opon und glaring violation
ofthu Constitution nnd laws of tho United
State nnd of tho State of Arkantus. and
receive unu openly exult in the lull en
joyment of tho encouragement, function,
anil hupport oi tliu i'resiclent ol tho uni
ted States in tho commission of thcso vio
lent und extraordinary wrongs and
frauds, crimes that actually mock and
belittle tho very foundation and cardinal
principles of American inst.tutions. 1
usk, Why cannot tho Governor
OF ANY OTHER 6TA7K
do tho sumo thing ?
Clayton was tliu unscrupulous and auda
cious author of these high and atrocious
menu's ugainit the most cherished rights
and valued liberties of this ponplo UU,
vtnen on mm accompllsfied HI wicked unu
unhallowed design, that ol forcing bim.elf
iinoiiie Donate o tno UiilluU Sluto', ho
ought the President' sanctum, and related
...i. it. i. . . -
m nun ins complication and troubles, und
imuwucu, ii mo rresmunt would become his
Irl.iiul and protector, that himself and lie-i-oiopllcM
in crlmuin Arkaiitn would la
bor f.ir ihPfesluenf n-nonilnatioii and
election, in tho opinion of President
Grunt, the, trm, Wltru reasonuble, recip
rocal, und cu-toinary, 1
1IIKY WKltK ACCEPTED,
oven nt so great a price. TIih result was,
that Clayton and hi accomplices in high
crime were shielded und set fiee by th
unwarruntablo und indecent intervention
nnd powerful Kancliun of an exlraordlna
rlally ambition President. Then, why
cannot other governors, who huvo seniilo
riil or other aspiration cajole and use
I resident Grant for the mmo muliciou
unu wickcu purpose t
flco to which bo asplro n second timo will
certainly ami most surely bo prctltutcd to
vicious and wicked men and purposes.
General Grnnt onco had many warm and
worthy Irlond In this Stato j but his wil
ful and incxcusablo notion in regard to tho
Clayton criminal compel tho respecta
ble portion of them to tnd aloof. They
are now afraid of him. And they will
not support him, either. Wo held out for
Mm even wboti other State lot him down j
but Hint wn nil In vain. When his part
In tho Clayton frauds reached tho people,
It could not bo explained away. Ho is
now Joined to hi Idol; let him gol
In our opinion, tho present contest I
not merely n cholco between two men.
Reconciliation or nil sections, and tho re
turn and prcservition or tho ballot, nnd a
consequent participation In tho (election
of important public officials, aro
THE FIllST GREAT OHJECT
and aim 'with tho pcnplo of Arkansas.
And present indication point unerringly
to n strong nnd firm determination tu
press on, in ono solid column, tot this
great boon and prize, as well ns many
otner mucn-neeaed reiorms in our present
State management. And it I a great
atisiactlon to Know Hint they aro unsolf.
ish in this grand movement fur the
advancement of ovcry Interest of th
pcoplo nnd country. Tho Democratic
party, so fur as
THE STATE CONTEST
Is concerned, has formally joined with tho
Heiorm and l.l born l Keputiiictns, which
insures the sucrcs ol tho ablo licform lie
publican Stato ticket now in tho field, If
the people thoo who aro qualified by
low are allowed to vote.
This is tho condition or our Stato, io far
n local uualr aro concerned. In the
Presidential contest it is almost needless to
say that all tho elements or opposition
CLOSELY UNITED AGAINST
President Grant nnd thoso who bavo rob
bed us or our billot. And this opposition
includes about three-fourths of tho voting
population ot tno state.
TO HIS BROTIIEK
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
L'JIJI, Nov. 1C, 1872.
My Dear Rrother. I received vour
welcome letter In Februxry lost, wntun
when cable hews made vou put olT
our suits of mourning. This was tho
r.t intimation I had that a cable had
ieen Mtccofully laid In the deep Atlantic
ery lew letters have reached mo lor
ear, in consenuenco of mv friends
peculating where I should como out on
io west coast, down the Kilo or else
THE WATER SHED
n broad upland, between 4.000 and 6,000
feet nbovw the sea, and 6omo "00 miles
mg. Tho springs of thn Nile that rie
thjrecn aro almost innumer.tbleril would
ke tho best part ot n man's lifetime to
count thum. One part, 64 mtlesof latitude,
avo thirty-two springs from calf to waist
eep, or one spring ror'uvery two miles.
bird s eyo view of them would be like
egctation, or frost on window pones. To
fcertaln that all of these fountulns united
with the Tour great river in the upper
art of the ile vallpy wu a work of time
nd much travel, ilany a weary foot I
LIOHT DAWNED ON THE ANCIENT PROBLEM.
If I had left at the. end of the two year
for which my baro expenre were paid, I
could bava thrown very lilllo more light
on tho country than th'u Portuguese, who
n threo slavery visit to Cazembe asked
r ivory nnd slaves and heard of nothing
Iso. 1 asked about tho wuters, and ques
tioned and cront-questioncd till I was real
ly ahnmed and almost afraid of being set
own nsatlllcted with hydrocephalus. I
went forwurd, backward und tideways,
reeling my way, nnd every step or tho way
I was generally groping in tho dark, Tor
who cared wherotho river ran? Or these
rour rlvors into which
Thi last is H gruvo question, In tboonln
l or the people or Arkansas. They con
Ido lliut. ir Grant mill l, i,..i...
r , , V tucii nan-
thite for a pledge from u man notoriously
corrupt, and who t0d indicted, nt tho
very time, by an Intelligent Federal Grand
Jury, for a gruvo violation of law. ho
RE very cohrcpt.
Than, bo Itlng corrupt htmulf, Hit of.
THE SPRINGS or THE NILE CONVERGE
tho central one, called Luulabu, is tho
largest. It begitni ut tho river Chntubczi,
which flow into the great Luko Rnngwo
Io. Un leaving it its numo is changed
from Chumbezi to Luapula, and that enter
Luko Macro. Coming out of it. the name
of Luulabu is assumed, and it How into u
third lake, Kumolondn, which receives one
or the rour largo drains mentioned above
It then llows on, und make two enormous
bend to tho west, which mado mo often
fear that I was following tho Congo in
stead of the Nilo. It was from ono to
threo mile broad, und never can bo wnded
at any part or nt imv lime of tho year.
Far down tho valley Ft receives another of
the rour largo rivers above mentioned, thn
Lockio or Lomane, which flow through
what have named Luko Lincoln, and
then Joins tho central Lualubu. "Wo bavo
TWO LINES or DRAINAOE
in tho lower part or tho great valley, that
is, tho Tunganykn nnd Albert Lako,
which aro but ono lako-rlver, or say, if
you like to bo pedantic, lacuslrino river.
These two ftir the eastern lako.
It will bo romembored that Livings
tono and Stanley's trip to tho northern
end or langunyku discovered tho inror
redness of this li vpolho!s.nhowin'' that
tho Tungnnykn is either nn inland 6ink or
Ii us ii (ubterranoan outlet. Tho eastern
line of druinuga is therefore go short as to
constitute u mora aflltient.J
Tho Luuluba, which 1 rail, Wobb'
Luslalm, It then tho western lino, nearly
h depicted, uy rtoleniy In tho second cen
turynfour era. Aftor tho Lomomu en
tera the Luuluba, tho fourth grint lako in
tho central lino of drainage U found; but
mis i iiavo not yet teon, nor yet tho link
ouiweon tno eastern nnu western mains at
tho top of Ptolemy's loop. Tho great cen
tral lino goes down Into largo reedv lakes.
possiuiy tnnso reported to jNero cen
turion, and these from tho wostorn or
Pethcrick's arm, which Spoke, Grant and
liakor bellnved to bo tho rlvor of El'vpI.
tenner cun uu culled tno .Mlo until thev
mentioned In tho central lino nf drainage
aro by no mean small. Lako Ilangwujo,
in inn lowest estimate, is inu miles long,
und 1 tried to cross It and measuro its
breadth exactly. Tho first stage wus un
inhabited island, 'Jl miles; tho aecond
ntugti could bo seen from It highest point,
or rather tho top of tree upon it, ovi
dently illted up by mirugoj tho third
stage, tho mainland, wu said to bo a far
beyond, but my canoemon had ttolon tile
oinoo, and they got n hint that the real
owneu wete in pursuit, und got into a
flurry to return, homo. Oh, that ihoy
would I Rut 1 hud only my covert left to
hire another craft; und tho luko being 400
feet above ihe sea, it wits vrry cold, to I
gave in und went back. Rut I boliove
tho breudth to bo between sixty and
seventy miles. Uarigvulo. Moero und
Ivainolondo aro looked on a ono groat
niverino lake, and it on PihI.v'.
other I Tanganvlka. which T
cni nd In nowtpapor, even in tho
'Timet,' rails nt any ono who duros to find
uio country ainorent from that drawn in
ui twaddle 1 am a great lnnor In the
poor fellow's opinion, and tho 'Times' pub
liahed IiIb raving oven when I wa mini
ttnwisoly believed to bo dead. Nobody
but Lord Brougham nnd I know wliut
peopio Will ay aftor wo nro gone.
Tho work of trying to follow tho cen
irai lines or drainage down ha tuken m
away from mnll or pottage. Tno man
yenm nre undoubtedly cannibals, but it
wa long before I could got concluslvo
I wa sorely let and hlndorcd by having
umi i-uiio jiioiem attendants, unmitigated
coward and fulso at their prophet, of
whoo roliglon they have onlv imbibed
tho fulsomo prido. They forced mo back
wuen inmost in sight or tho end of my ex
ploratlop. A distanco of botwoon four
und five hundred mile under u blazing
vertical iun, i came lioro a tnoro ruckle o
bones, terribly laded in bodv nnd mind
The bosd man of my worthies .Moslem
remained hero, and us bo had done from
the cuait, ran riot with tho good tent to
mo, nna remained drunk a month at n
timo. Ho then divined on the Koran and
found I wat doad, sold off all tho goods
that remained for slave and ivory for
nimir, and I arrived to And myself dot
tiltito or ovorythlnc except a fow goods
loft In caso of need. Good aro currency
l. -.1 T 1 -. ,. . ,.. . I
uiu. mm nave to wan now tin otner
good and other men como rrom Zanzibar,
When placed In chargo or my upply or
onii, orunuv. op mil and L'Unnowrinr frrtm
corlaln Hnnlans (Hrltlsb subjects), ho was
luurietm uionms returning, nil expense
bolng paid out or my tock ; threo months
wore nmp'o. And then he remulnpd Imrn
and told or all. You cill thi smart, do
you Nmo do, ir you don't. I think it
moral idiocy, lours, affectionately,
(aigneu.) David Livinostone.
FREE SPEECH INCINCIN
NO COLORED MAN TO SPEAK FOR
GREELEY EXCEPT AT THE
RISK OF HIS LIFE.
(From the Cincinnati Commercial of the 10th.)
Jlr. Tahbs Gross, tho colored Greeley
orutor, who made a speech In Newport on
Saturday night, urrived in Covington yes-
leruay aiternoun, Uavlng. a. I.o tlate,
been ordered to leave Cincinnati bv n mob
of hi own race. Our reporter found Mr
Oros at the C'inton Hotel list evening,,
where ho mudo the following statemont to
" I formorly resided in Cincinnati, but
in at present, and have been for five
ear past, a citizen of Little Rock, Ar
ansas. Am engaged in tho practice or
Inw in tho latter city. During tnv resl-
enr-e in Arkansas mv wife hit remained
in Cincinnati with her relatives, mv cir-
:umtalices not allowine? mo to inii'iritHin
her else w hero. I have however, visited
her regularly. 1 left Arkansas on the
idtn lust., to visit her In anticipation or
uer conunement. reaching Cincinnati on
Ihursday lust. I was invited hv the
Miyor and other citizen of Nownort.
Kentucky, to speuk thcro on Saturday
evening. Tho announcement of tho
fpeaklng was made In tho
Cincinnati daily papers on Saturday
morning. After making the speech In
Newport and while on mv wav to Cin
cinnati, late at night, two colored men ap
proached mo on the Newport ferryboat
unu bikou me ii t wa In lavor or Gree
ley. I replied that I wa. whereupon
ttoy declared that it was wronc and dan.
gorou for any colored man to bo making
Greeley speeches ubout here. I laughed
ut their remarks nnd went on mv wav.
reaching No 41 New street, Cincinnati, at
late bed-time. About two o'clock Sundav
morning some twenty or rnoro colored
men called at the bouse to tee me. When
I went to the door, William Work und
W illiam Johnson mot ino and informed
m what their mission was. Thov came in-
sidu the house und shut tho door, the bal
ance ttnnuing out on tne pavement.
Works Is n bluck man und Johnson a mu
latto. "Work had an open knife in hit
bund when hu came in, but soon put it in
his pocket, ns I talked Irindlv and re
spectfully to them. They told" mo they
wore a sub-committee, uppolntcd by a
committee of forty whlto men, to inform
mo thnt I must leuvo Cincinnati by 9:45
p.m. Sunday; that ir I didn't leuvo I
would liavu to abide tho consequences,
which would bo certain death. I told
them I had a right to express my
views; thut I wus in fnvor of Gree
loy, und intended to mako speeches in his
behalf. They said no colored man could
come around hero making stump speeches
for Greeley, except at the risk of hit life.
After talking to ma about flftaon minute
in this ttiuin thoy left. Mv wiru wus
greutly ulurmed, and begged mo to Inave
uuio ana go over to Kentucky. I rcrusod
to do to, telling her that 1 did not believe
I would bo harmed, Un Sunday morning
I rnot n colored Methodist preacher, Rev,
Wim Johnson, on' Rroudway, between
Now and Sixth streets. Ue asked mo if I
wat iu tuvor of Horace Greeley. I said
I wa. Ho then said it was not right for a
colored mun to be going around muking
Greeley apeecbot, and that if I persisted in
duing so, I would endanger mv lite. 1
sent word to a friend of mine In Cincin
nati, named George Poterson, to cull ut
No. 41 New street, and see me, and he
sent word back thut he whs afraid to come,
und thut bo would advise tno to leave Cin
cinnati nt onco. He said white men had
been running into his houso all day mak
Ing inquiries about him (Gross.) Peter
ton I a huckster.
"I flnully becumo convinced that it wa
not safe for ino to remain In Cincinnati,
and ut 'i o'clock cumo over the bridge and
lounu my old rrlend, Col. Wm.S. Rankin.
Ho has known me all my life. Since I
enmo to tho Clinton Hotel, thirty or forty
colored men have wuitod on me, the most
of them telling mo that I woulJ not bo al
lowed to speak at tho Seventh streot mur-ket-house
tu-mnrrow (Monday) night. A
Tew colored men, however, told me to pay
no utttntlon to what the oihors suid thut
they would not hurni mo.
Thero was considerable excitement in
Covington last night on account or h
rumor thut tho negroes Intended to mob
Gron. Lieutenant or Police. Wilson cavo
special directions to tho men under him to
Keep a close watch on the Clinton Hole .
nnd quell uny dls.urbunuo that might urise
Tho rollowlng paper wa in circulation
lutt evening for tignature:
against Drake s Plantation Hitters,
vow that thev cannot understand what
foundation thero Is for Its amazing popular
ity mo explanation is simple enough.
Tho reputation of tho world. renowned
tonlo is founded upon a rock, the Rock of
2XPKRIENCK. All its Ingredient aro
puro und wholesomo. How, then, could
trickttor nnd cheat ox peel, to rival It
with compound of cheap drugs and refuse
liquor, or with liquorlcs truth in n stnto
oi acetous rcrmcn'utlon I UI courso tho
charlatans huvo como to grief. Their
lilllo game ha failed. Their contoinpt.fnr
tho sagacity of tho community hns been lit
ly punished. Mentiwhlle Plantation
Hitter seems to bo in a fair way ofoven-
tunuy suportoling ovcry other medicinal
firoparutlon Included in tho class to which
l belongs. In every Stnte and Territory
of the union Ills, to-day, tho accepted
specific for nervous debility, dyspepsia,
lever ana ague, rheumatism, and an ail
ment involving a deficiency or vital
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
F ESIDKNCK Nn. 21 Thirlernih .tree!, bp
lli Iwteu Washinuton avenue anil Walnut street.
umcn i4;ominerciai nvenu. up niaira.
J. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKrtiriKNCF.-eom'rNinlh ami Walnut M,
Oltire coiner sixth Mrcet and Ohio lTe.
Ulflce hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., anil 9 p.m
II. WAKDNER, M. D.
EalDKNCK Corner Mtiettcnth street and
IL Wa.hlnirtnn avenue, near court hnu.e. Of-
ttfeorer Ar er' Grocery stre, Offlee Hours from
tun, in. co iz in. aim irom t m4n, m.
It. S. llltlflllA.Mi.M. I).,
Homeopathic Phvricluliatid Surgeon. OT-
lice 130 Commercial avenue. Ile-iilenro on
Tenth Mreet three doors west orC.R. Wood
AKD DIAlia IN
Eiqutii Strkkt, Rktween Wasiiinqton
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUKP,
Adjoining Hl'lfiihonan nml llatinjr'a.
Keep the he.l or Det, fork, Million Veal,
I..mb. Snu.nae. etc.. -ml are Drenared Io sine
cltiien. in the mom antepiahle nmnner.
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninetenth and Poplar St..,
Buys and i-lnuj.'hters only the beit cattle.
hog und t-heep, and I- prepared to till any de
mand for trcnh meats lrom one pound tu ten
thousand pounui. dcc'JUil
Foreign Advertisements. Our Homo Advertisers.
Vinegar miters are notavllo Funcjr Drink.
M.,l. tt PAfl. Ilm It-I.l.l-M ItpMf UhlHtl anil
Itcniso Lln.nors. doctored, npfctil, and Bvrcctcncd
to tileoaothe tamo, called "Tonics," "Appctlzcro,"
"Itcslorrrs," Ac, ttiatle.nlilio tippler on to drunk.
cnnc.li nnu nun. nui aro a into lueuicuii!, muuo
Irom tho native roots ami herb of California, tree
from all Alcoholic Stimulant. Thar arc the (I rent
Illood riirlOrrand n l.lfc-slvlnn Principle, a Perfect
iiennvaiorami invioratur ol iiichjsiciii, caminir
oil all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to n licalthr condition, enriching II, relrcMiIni?. ami
Invigorating both nilnil nnd Uoilr. Ther arc cnr
of nilmlnistratlon. nromnt In their action, certain
In tliclr results, sle ami reliable In oil forms of
It. Iifrimi run Ink. Ilir.e lllltera accord
Ing to illrcctluni, nml remain long unnell, pro Idcd
their bone uro not destroyed by mineral poUon
or other mcnni, ami Hie Mialorguns wasted beyond
the point of repair,
lit siieiiiln or IiiiUae.lloii, llrailiwlic, I'aln
In the hliuulilem, Cotighn, lightlies of Ilic Chest,
lllzzlnesi. Hour Krurlatlon of the Hloniuch. Had
TttMe In Ihe Mouth, IHIlou Attneks, I'ulpliatlon of
the Heart, liin.iminatlou of the l.ung 1'uln In tl.e
region of the Kidney, ami a hundred other painful
symptoms, arc the umprlngs of I) Mi pla. Iu thcso
complaluls it has no equal, and one bottle will
prove it better guarantee of Its merit than a
For sniinln Complaint, In jonng cr oM,
married or single, al liiedannof womanhood, or
tne turn oi lite, these toiiic inner dlplay n de
cided un Influence that a marked Improvement I
For Iiilliiiiniinlnry nntl Chronic Itliru.
tiinll.in nnd tiout. i)ipcnhi or ludliremioii. Ittl.
lou., Itemlltent nnd Intermittent Kevim. Diseases
of the Illood, Liver, Kidneys and madder, these
lllltera Uae been moit riiccesful. ritich Hlscau
arc cnnrd nr iuaieu uiooii, niiieh 1 Renerally
rroduccil by derangement of tho lilirentltc OrrntH.
Tliry men (Jellllr I'lirKnlltc na tll a
a Tonic, posiesxlng also thu peculiar merit of act
lug as a powerful agent In relinlng Congestion or
innnmmation oi tne Liver ami visceral organ ami
in uiiiuii inneii-en.
Kur Nlilii llUrnsea. r.ninllnns. Teller. 4.ilt.
niiciim, lllotclicn, hHja, I'lmplrri, rustuien, llolM,
Carbuuclc, Ithig-nurms, ijcuid-llead, Njrc Kici,
Lryslpela. Itch, KcurK IMsroluralluiitofthchkln.
Humor and Hhws of the hkln, of whatever
name nr nature, nro uteraiiy utig up and carried
out of the mm em lit a Miort time bv the ue of thek
IUttem. ono botllo In tuch cuset will comtacc tha
inoi lucmiuiuu' oi ineir curative crrcci.
Clrmisr Ihe Vlllntetl Illooil whenever you
And Hi impurities bunting through the rklu In
Pimple., Kruptlon, orSoret: cleanse II when you
And It oUilructed and lugghii hi the telnt; cleanse
i, ,nrii 1. 1. Mini ; juur Ht'iingi win ten you when.
Keep the blood pure, Mjd tho hcullh of the ytcui
Oralefiil TliniitaniU nrorlalm ViNrnin Rit.
uiu mun iTuuucnui luvigorani tint cur tut-
isineu inc MUKtnz Mucin.
l'ln, Tnir,nnil oilier Wiirnn, larking In
the it Mem of to many Ihouuiiiu. arc nreciuiiir
dcstrujcil and removed, bat a ili.nnL-nui.,i
nhyslologut : There Is scarcely nn liullvldiialoullio
mcc oi inc earui wnoic uouy n exeillpl rrom the
presence of worms. It I. not tinoii the iirniu,.
tlemeiil of the body that vtorini cxl.t, but upon
the dltcaned humor and tlltny dcpoMU that breed
these living inonstcM of disease. No nystera of
iiii-uuiuv, iiu i-:iiiiiiuki;, no uuinciiiiiuiiicn, WU
free the Mitcm from worms like these Hitter..
Met'linulcal lLrnr. Perrons engaged In
Paluu and -Minerals. Mich an I'lnmbn t..
cttcr, (iold-bcaicrs, and Mlnen. a they advance
In life, are subject to paralysl of tho How el.. To
Kuaru uuuiiiii un, iukc a uoso Ol ILKtu's VI V.
hhk llirrcits twice a week'.
lllllolt., Iteiiilltrnl. anil Iiitrn,ix....
Fevri., which uro o prevalent In tho vulleiscr
our great river throughout the United State..
especially those of the Misnln' nnl. Ohio. Mluoun
JOBS OATEN, Proprietor.
106 Commtrcial Attnu, CAIRO, ILLI.NOIH
Bt brand of Ctlifo UCIgtmJust recelvvJ,
11 1 LLI Alt D naloon funiUhcd with the best
ol'taliIcii;aiid bar supplied Vlth wines, liquors
unu ciLrurn oi toe uncsi nrano.
BATCIIELOR S HAIR DYE.
Thluncrb hair dvc Is the bet In the
world perfectly liurmleM, reliable and In
ttantuneou. No disappointment. Tlie gen
uine W. A. Ilatclielor't Hair Dye producer
iiiiineiuaieiy unaiuruiiiiacKorurovvii. uoes
not i-tain the skin hut leaves the hair clean,
i-ou ttiiii iieuutiiui. l lie only l-ale ami per-
r., l,l -l.-n C.l.l l.w .,11 .1. I.., 1
,,, u;v. cum II. ,111 UlllUUiai-. J. UK'
tory, 1 Rontl direct, S. Y.
Happy relief to yotmjr men from the eflecti
oi errors anil nutii-es in curly lile. .Manliood
restored. Impediments to .Murrlago re
moveil. New method of trealiiient. Saw
and remarkable remedies. Rook and crlcu
hir.i 'cut free, in sealed envclonn.
Addrc-i, JIOWAHI) ASSOCIATION, No.
2 Soutli Ninth St.. Philadelphia, l'a.-an Ilt-
Mituiion naving n nigh repututlon Tor honor
able conduct and profeti-lonul skill.
LIME I CEMENT !
OAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAO.
Commercial-av., Foot of Eloventh-st.
Bost quality of Llmo and Cement ul
wuy on hand, and for eula ut tho
very Icvt'tt figures for cash.
lound tteadilv flowing to the north
Thi p,ecgruphor' prcdecctiori mutt
hovo gleaned ihelr neoyrnphy I'ora men
who viiitpcT thit very region, Tho reason
why hit yenulmi geoKraphy wu rejected,
wa tho extreme modesty of modern mup
rnakert. Ono Idle porton in London pub
lished a pamphlet, which, with killing
modesty, bo tutitUd " Iooar Africa laid
" To tiie citizens of Covington :
" It boinc within tho knowledco of the
undersigned thut threats havo been made
that Mr. Tabht Grost, of Arkansas, who it
advertised to speak ut tho Sevrnth-ltreot
market-space to-morrow (Monday) night,
cun do so only al the risk of hi Mfe; and,
liolievlntr that thoso throats uro well
founded, wo respectfully usk that the
prnperty-holdort und leading citizens of
Covlnuton meet at tho mayor' office, on
Thl.d street, ut 10 a.m., Monday, Augutt
19, tu consider and provide measures for
the protection of frco tpeech and tbo te-
curity of tho public ppace."
At 0 o'clock last night overything wa
qutet In front of. the Clinton hotel, though
tbero wat a tontldorablo crowd ot people,
Including twenty or thirty colored men,
in tho struct.
In Ruder' New llrlck Iluildlng, corner ol
Eighth ami Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AKD DKAI.ER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.
I dcslro to Inform my patrons and tho pub
lic at large, that I urn ut uli time prepared to
furnish everything In the above line on tho
shortest notice, Including Wedding and
Queen cakes, etc, AUo upper parties; lur
iiihhetl to order promptly und perfect sutls
For quullty mid price I defy comcptltlon.
Try mo once und you will come iigtiln.
Colorado, llrazo. Itlo (irandc. Pearl. Alabama.
Mobile. .Savannah. Itoanokc. Jatnea. und mini
other, with tliclr vast tributaries, throughout oar
entire country during the Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably ao during seajwns of unusual heat
uuu uryucat, aro inranauiy accompanied by citen
elve derangement of the stomach and hver, and
uui:i uuuuuuiiai iw;era. in ineir ireatment, a
purgative, cxcrllng a powerful Influence upon these
.uiiuus uix.in, n vaAviinaiij iifecMary. mere 1
no rauianic tur ino puniosc equal io int. j, Walk.
Eira vimoaii nirrr.M. as they win petlliy
remove the dark-colored lcld matter with which
the bowel arc luailt.l. at lite tame lime tllmulating
the Mcretlons of the liver, and generally restoring
me iii-amij luiiciiuui ui inc iiipi-siivo organ.
Scrofilln. or ICllis' Kvll. Wlilti. Surltln...
Clccn, i:ryilpela, hwclleil .Neck, Collre, Scrofulous
lurlamraatloin, Indolent lntlammailons, Mercurial
Affections Old Sorei. Krupllont of tho Skln..Sore
Kycs, etc, etc. In thcto a. In all other constitu
tional Diseases, wLtr.ii'a Vinujau liirrrit hate
thown their great curative power Iu tho uio.i
ou.unaic ami tiirraciau:c cae.
Dr. Walker's Cnlltii nln Vlnrirar III..
ter act on all thciie canet in a umliar manner.
ny purit)ing tno moon ntey remove the cause, and
by resolving away Hie effects of tho iiuiimmwM
(the tubercular deposits) the affected part rciclvo
lie-alth, and a icrmanent cure Is effected.
iiir iiroprsisea ui un, v a It UK'S VIneoak
iiuiKin arc .vpcncni, uiaptioretic, carminative,
..uwi.iuu-,, i-uAuiiii, iiuit-iie, rcuative. uouuter
Irrltaiil, Sudorific. Alterative, and Antl liiliom.
The Aperient and mild Ijvvatlvc propcrtlc
oi mi. vvai.kku-4 v ineoak IlimiiLS are the best
aie-auani in c;nes oi eruptions and mallguant
feviTK. Their bals-unlc. healing, and soothing pro
perties proieci tno humor of the fauces. Their
oviiauiu piuperues nuay pain in me nervous ys-
.,u, c.viiivii, uuu uuncm, irum luaammation.
-It..-., VUIIV, ,UIIIJ1,
jnrir KiiiiiiTi'-irriinut iiiniiriirr ei.
tends throughout the system. Their Autl-miluus
uropcrtlc stimulate the liter. In the secretion of
one, unu us iniciiarges iiiroiign mc biliary ducts,
and aro superior to all remedial agenta, for tho cure
ui iiiiiuui rcier, i ever auuvgue, etc.
Kortiry the body agnlusl illsrase by
'uij,,t uitttn uuKt.iiiiu I.LUAIl lllTTKaS. ,10
epidemic can take hold of a system thus fu re-armed.
Directions. Take of tho Hitter on going to
bed at night from a hair to one and one-half wioc
glassful. K.il good nourishing food, such as beef-
Mean, iiiuiioii Limp, trmion, roast occi, and tree
tables, and take out-door exercise. They are
composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, and
1AIUM1U UU l-UIIII,
it. ii. McDonald & co.,
Druggist and tien. Agt.. ban 1 raticlsco, cai., 4
vur. ui iiusiimxioii unu i.iiariion SUk,
bOLb 11 V ALL DUUCCISTS 4 DEALritS.
Sil il.Vtt lm.
COWMIWKIOW AMI tOHWAMUIflO..
r)E3AIiEK, I2ST LIME
CkMKNT, 1'l.ASTKn Pauw,
PliASTKKHlfS II A I It,
no. 71 01110 i.i:vi'.n, u.nhkii citv nation-
xvlKir. "'f l,,lrI'oso of building up 11
inivvni .1 V; 1 w oarrc and
freight ' ma,,urar"' I'rlce, adding
MILLER & PARKER.
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Huy, etc.,
AGENTS Foil FAIRRANRVS SCALES
Ohio Let co, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J.M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccossor to E. II. !Jeudrlc A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
V1IARF-H0AT PROPRIETORS, '
rtrSs Liberal Adrancemrnta mad a-ss
Aro prepared to receive, store and lorwtrd
freights lo all polot and bur and
sell no commission,
syiluslnm ilndd Ui i.rnmpilT.
Z. 11. mathuhs., . q ,VUr.
MATHUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WP:STERN PRODUCE
. OHIO I.EVCE.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huecessors toStrstlOD, Hudson A CUrk,)
57 Ohio Lovuo. Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Foundkd on A Rock I The dilippoint
ed adveniurert who have from timo to time
tttttupttjd to run tbilr wonblu pollen
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii prepared to aupply customer with the ba
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Hallldny Urot. ofllce, 70
OHIO levee, or at the Coal Yard below the
St, tharle llotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tco "Moktauk" will bring coal
alongtlU to ittataein at any liour.
REOL'LAR CAIRO, I'ADl'CAH & EVANS-
IJ.L.h K.MI-sVKKKI.V L, S.
Thn Tast and Elegant I'sstrnger Steamer
Jack Orammeii, Maitcr.
Ei. Thomas, Clerk.
ISTLcnVPH Cairo lor Pnilnenli nml V
vlile, every Tlmoday nnd Snndiiy evening,
at 0 o'clock, comicctliiK ut Evaiisvlllu with
the I.ouhMlle and Cliiclnuutl packet. For
ireignt or puHsuxe apply to
.1 AMuts moos rasscngcr Ag't,
REOULAR CAIRO, l'ADUCAH .t EVANS
VIL1.E SEMI-W EEKLY RACKET.
Thu tine Passenger Packet
REN. HOWARD MaHcr
Neoi.ev Rudd '. .clerk-
1?ry"Loavc8 Cnlfn fne l'mln nfilt rirwi I'i'flnL. I
viiuT every TueMlny and Fridtiy cvcniiiL' at 0
cinch, rur ireignt or passage apply on
uuuiu or 10
James Riogs, I'lissenger Ag't.
ItEUULAU CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
oiuu-vt tivL,! .HAIi. I,IE l'ACKET.
The lino low prcssuro Paiiscnger Packet
VT. R. PENNINGTON Master.
JSTLcavcs Cairn nvcrv tl'nil
Stttiirduy evening nt 0 o'clock, for Pudticali
and LviinivlUo. lor frclirht or nubsntre uo-
ply on hoard or to
JAmks Bicos, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUOAU
Th iplendid steamtr
W. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsleyv
IjjIo of Vlcksburc, Miss, Lslo ol Cin'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILRO.VD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOnWAIlDINQ A.NI COMMISSION
C5, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successor to John II. Ihlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTIl-ST. and OHIO LEVE
HAL LID AY BROTHERS,
Stanley Dnoww, Capt,
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted),
ut 4 it. m. For trulght or pussagu apply ou
uoaru or, juiiatt
JAS. RIGOS, Ag't.
OAUtU AND MOUND CITY
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Agtnti of
OHIO BIVSB AMD JCAJfAWHA
Will make three trip dally.
70 Ohio Levee,
. i" .m.
t - .m!
IIATIKO M01HP 0 11
I At libl