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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1872.
THE BULLETIN.
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THE DOI.LAK WEEKLY iiui.LirrtN
John II. Oberlr ha reduced the ubcrlp
lon Drier of the Wkkki.Y CaIHO lU'l.l.KTiS
.Inn rlnn
rinn llnllfir nor niintim. maklnc it
c hepct paper published In Soutlirni llllnol'.
the
roR I'RKSIDENT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of Now York ;
TOR vick mmBSTt
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of Mlnouri.
STATK TICKET.
for oovEitxon,
OUSTAVUS KtEKNEH.
rOR MFUTEXANT-OOVEnNOII,
CHAULES HLACK.
f-on srcnr.TAnv or state.
EDWAUD KUMMEL.
FOR Al'IHTOU OK 1'L'M.tC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL O'HAKA.
TOR 8TATK TllEASUUEU.
CHAKLES N. LANl'HIEK.
POIl ATTOltXF.Y OFXEKAI.,
JOHN U. EUSTAUE.
FOR CLF.KK MTltEMK COURT NOUTHEItN
(IRANI) D1VIHION.
JSLI SMITH.
FOR
FO
CI.KI1K SUERKME COURT CENTRAL
ORAM) DIVISION.
DAVID A 1IKOWN.
CI.KRKOE SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
ORAM' MVIHIO.V.
It. A. D. WILIJANKS.
Tiikik hundred dollim w oro recclvod at
tho United Stales treasury dopnrlmont
from n party In York, P. Tho wrltor
says ho had retnlncd that amount from dif
ferent tnxos during tho war, but having
chanced bis politics and bocomo n Chris
tlnn, his conscionco admonished him to ro
turn it beforo ho voted lor Honest Uornco
Greeley.
. .
Hon. C.A. Kldredgc, of Wisconsin, has
been re-nominated for Congress. Mr. El
drldgo Is ono of tho ablest members of tho
Federal Homo of Representatives, nnd Is
recognized as ono of tho Democratic lead
ers. In tho beginning, ho hesitated to
endorso Greeley, but docs so now heartily.
He will be elected by nn Increased major
ity. .. .
Southhrn Illinois In literally overrun
with thlovcs of oil kinds. Our oxchangos
are full of nccounts of horso stealing,
burglnrlcs and thefts. State Jicghtcr.
Hut wo have a hopo that dcllvorance is
near at hand. Tho exigencies of tho can
vass will roqulro tho prosenco of tho
Grant orators in another part of the State
within a few weeks.
FOR COSOItE EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GE011GE W. AVALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER ROARD OF EQUALIZATION,
.JOHN MEYERS,
of Randolph County.
VOR hENATOR,
.1ESSE "WAKE.
FOR REPREHENTATIVE',
"WILLIAM A. LEMMA.
JOHN H. OHEHLY.
Announcements.
ClKCl'IT UI.KUK.
We are authorized to iiunouncc JOHN J.
3IAKMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at tlic ouiilng election in
.November next.
We arc authorized to announce It. S. YO
CUM an a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
ovcmbcr next.
von county attounby.
We arc authorized to announce H. Wr
WEHH, ESQ., at a candidate for County At
torney, at the enulng November election,
We arc authorized to announce 1. H.
Tope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
Marshal Sharp, tho President's
brother-in-law, was not worth 20,000
when Grant nppointed him to olllco. no
now owns 150,000 of stock of tho Now
York nnd Oswego railroad company, be
sides numerous other luscious plums'; but
what of it ? If tho President's brothor-In
law, who watches ovor him in his inebri
ous moments, hasn't n right to get rich
by preying on tho public, who has 7 Only
a traitor would object.
FOR SHERIFF.
We are authorized to nnnounco l'KTEIt
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff lit the fJisit
ing November election.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON 1KVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexander county.
FoK CORONER.
Wc are authorized to announce JOHN
II. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, Mibjcct to the defla
tion of the Democratic Convention
APPOINTMENTS.
Rooms of I.iiieral Executive Com "l
Springfield, III., August, ir,
John H. Oiierly, Esq.:
The following appointment have been
made tor Gov. Kierncr, by the Liberal Exec
utive committee:
Du Quoin, Thursday, September fth, at
night ;
Centralia. FridaySeptember fith, daytime;
Carlyle, Saturday,'September7th, daytime;
O. M. Hatch, Sec'y.
Simon Camoron is suro of Pennsylvania
for tho rascal tho radicals havo nominated
for Governor; Morton is euro of Indiana
for his candidates, and Fred. Douglass is
suro that Maino will roll up 10,000 for tho
Radical party. Douglass is not, proba
bly, far wrong In his anticipations, but
what hopeful fools Cameron and Morton
aro I "Wo shall, if theso assumptions aro
loleratod, havo Logan claiming Illinois for
Oglosby I
The first skowback of tho Illinois nnd
St. Louis bridro was approximately cat
August 30th, nnd preparations made to
placo othors in placo. Each skowback
has ono section of tho arch tube attacked.
Thoy aro of forged iron, and, with tho sec
tion of steel tubing, weighing nbout six
tons each. Tho cntiro masonry of tho
bridgo will bo finished by tho 1st of Octo
bor. A considorablo portion of tho super
structure has arrived, and n largo amount
is In transit.
know Judge Doolittlu know that Con
natty was a falsifier. No man who has
been thrown into contact with tho Judge,
and has had an opportunity to study
his character, can doubt for a moment
that ho is ono of tho most upright of men,
a man to whose hand tho gold of brlbory
has novor stuck, and whoso heart harbors
no dishonesty an upright, frank, per
fectly honest man n Christian gentle
man. In another column wo publish his
roply to tho Connatty charges, and invito
our roadorVto read it carefully. It is a
comploto vindication of tho Judgo's char
acter, and stamps Connatty, tho tool of
tho Grant Radicals, as a perjured rascal.
GIFT TAKING.
"Will our Radical friends read
tho following and endeavor to profit by
the lesson It contains ? It is from a bio
graphy of St. Louis, of Polisy, who after
wards, when about to leave Franco on a
crusade, charged his queen to "not accopt
' presents for hcrsolf or children :"
"Whilst St. Louis was staying nt Uycrcs,
to procuro horses to go to Franco, tho ab
bot of Cluny, who was afterwards l'Olivc.
presented him two pnlfroys, such as would
bo worth to-day at least llvo hundred
llvrcs ono for himself, tho other for the
queon. "When ho had presented them, ho
said to tho king: '! will como to-morrow
to speak to you concerning my affairs"
On tho morrow tho abbot returned. Tho
king heard him attentively for n long
time. "When tho abbot had gone, 1
went to tho king, and said to him : "I
wish to ask von. nloaso. If vou havo heard
tho abbot with more good will bocauso ho
gavo you yesterday thoso two pallroys r
Tho kinc reflected for a lone time, nnd
suidtomo: "In truth, yes." "Slro," said
I, "do you knov why 1 put this question
to you?" "Why?" said ho. "Rocauso
sire," said I, "I would itdviso and counsel
you that whon you shall reach Franco,
you shall prohibit your sworn council from
taking anything from thoso who shall
havo business before you, for you may bo
suro thoy will listen with moro good will
nnd mora attentively to those who glvo to
them, just as you havo dono to tho abbot
of Cluny." Then tho kinc called all his
council, and reported to them on tho in
stant wiiut t Had saiu to nun, anu nicy
said 1 bad given him good advlco.
The best-looking, tho raciest and tho
lyingest paper in St. Louis is tho "Globe."
"SoFT-shell Grantitos" is tho Inst namo
for the d d fools of tho Louisvlllo convention.
The ensuing session of tho Illinois In
stitute for tho education of the Deaf and
Dumb, will commence on Monday, Sep
tember 18, 1872.
It is said that tho greatest comb factory
in tho world is in Aberdeen, Scotland,
There nro thirty-six furnace for prepar
ing the horns and tortoiso shell, and no
less than 120 iron screw presses worked by
steam power.
e
The Grant papers nro asserting that
Greeley never was nn Abolitionist, while
tho Rourbon Democratic paper tho
Rourbons havo u papor, tho Chicago Times,
but no papers tho Rourbon paper is de
claring that tho "old wretch" has boon
an Abolitionist sinco tho moment of his
birth I
A Grant orator, of tho colored gender,
away down in Arkansas, states tho situa
tion in this luminous manner:
Grant is gis bout, as good ns lected nil
ready. All tho culled men will vote for
Grant, do las ono ob dcm. 'I would Uko to
seo do culled gemmen dat would voto for
old Greeley, dat old robid democrat dat
wants to put us all buck into slnvcrv.
You must vote for Grant; ho is our fron
and lubs us as ho lubs hlssclf. Wo aro all
applo ob his oyo; when Grant mado tho
llftocn commondmont to do consiskusion,
bo said wo nil should hub fortv acres ob
lan nn n mule. Now I tolls you, if wo
will 'led him wo will git dat Ian and do
mule.
Tun Chicago 'Times designates tho
New York ' Evouinc Post,' n paper that
has supported overy Republican candl
dato for tho presidency and has always
been hot in its denunciation of tho Demo
cratic party, us "ono of tho ablest, most
'oarncstnnd consistent of nil tho really
' Democratic journals in this country."
If the 'Post' has been Democratic tho
' Tlmos ' has not. They havo not been on
the samo side in polities sincu tho estab
lishment of thu Republican party until
thoy tumbled together into tho nntl-Grco-ley
bod a few months ngo. lly praising
tho ' Post' in this way tho 'Times ' stul
tifies itsolf. If what It says of the 'Post's'
Democracy is truth, thon tho 'Times' ac
knowledges that tho 'Times' hns been
persistently inconsistent nnd not Democratic.
Hon. "Win. H. Seward bus written a lot
tor which exonerates Gen. Kilpatrlck from
the charge of taking an improper female
with him when ho wont to Chill. Mr.
Seward also says that Kilpatrlck did not
solicit the mission to Chili, but that it was
tendered to him after a conference with
the president.
The good people of Mount Carmol havo
been sorely allllctod recently. Tuesday
morning, August 27, a flro destroyod nine
of their best business houses, nnd tho noxt
day ono or tbo ievcrest storms ovor wit
netsed passed over their town demolishing
property generally, "Wo regret to lenrn
that in tho conflagration tho Mount Car
ml 'Register office was totally destroyed
" 'tt !
The report of tho Exocutlvo Committee
of the recent "International Musical
Festival and Poaco Jubilee," nt Roston, us
it is somewhat pretentiously culled, throws
considerable light upon that singulnr per
formance. It appears that tho total ox
penses amounted to 5050,000; tho receipts
were f44,000, leaving a deficiency of
(310,000.
"WHICH HORN V
In this manner thoy lie.
Tho Decatur 'Republican' says tho
now constitution of West Virginia was
tho work of Democrats; that it contained
tho provision making tho white color n
requisite to ofllco ; that a largo majority of
tho Domocrats voted for this provision.
Tho truth is: Tho constitution contains
no such provision us tho ouo referred to
ubovo; u Boparnto clause, in which tho
question of making tho white color a re
quisite for certain oillcos, was submitted to
tho people by the convention, Republicans
as well as Democrats voting for such sub
mission ; tho cluuse was voted down by h
tremendous mujority, Domocrats us well
as Republicans voting in the negative In
Wheeling it obtained only three votes.
Tho 'Republican was cither ignorant of
tho facts about this matter or has know
Ingly published n falsehood. "Which horn
will tho 'Republican' take hold of?
ONE OF THEM.
Tho great oratorical gun of the Rour
bons, at their convention In this State,
was a man by tho namo of Major Will. C.
Morcau, of Indiana. Ho Is a proper man
for tho business ho 1 ongaged in a fit
companion for such political rascals ns
Rrick Porneroy. Ho is, in fact, almost
mean enough to bo n straight Radical,
and will, in course of time, that party bc
ing'destined as tho rcceptaclo of nil that is
very corrupt in Amorican politics. Ho is
a political scalawag. Tho following or
der will throw a little light upon his
character:
Headqrs Dep't oitiii: Cumberland, l
Chattanooiia, April Hth, 1872. j
Special Field Orders No. !:..
lly virtue of the authoiltv dele
gated the major general commanding bv the
secretary of war, Capt. Will C. Morcau, 2d
Indiana cavalry, having tendered his resigna
tion while under charge for obtaining
money under false pretences and other con
duet unbecoming an officer and a gentleman,
animating iwictt itiicomicu irom tin de
partment to avoid trial on those charge, Is
hereby dlshonorahlv dl-mlssed the erlce
of the United States to date from Jan. M,
1WU.
lly command of Maj. (Jen. Thomas
SOUTHARD HOFFMAN,
Afl-tant Adjutant General,
STOREY FOR PRESIDENT.
Tho Chicago 'News' suggests that
Wilbur F. Storoy, Esq., editor of tho
Chicago ' Times, ' would bo an appropriate
candidato for tho Presidency if nominated
by tho Louisvlllo convention; nnd ho
would. Ho has about as Httlo sense as
Rlanton Duncan and almost as little De
mocracy in Ills political mnka-up; ho is
sore-headed and inconsistent follow, given
to meaningless denunciation of all things,
nil men, and nil women ; a peculiar but af
ter all appropriate political companion of
Uriels Pomoroy, tho blackguard; Alex. II
Stephens, tho lunatic ; Ledlie, the dolt,
and Morcau, tho dlsgrncod soldier. Ho
has, it is true, moro brains than any of his
associates and despises them all, but ho
has in his chnructer tho ingredients of
blackguardism which in combination
make u moro elegant specimen of low
downness than ovon Porneroy can boost.
Asa lunatic a man Unpolled by irresistablo
impulse to do foolish and wicked nnd menu
nets, and to uttor lying and senseless and
nbusivo words ho can discount even
Stephens ; and if ho has moro discretion
than Lodlio and moro honesty nnd man
hood than Moreau, it Is because Lodlio as
an ass and Moreau as a rascal nro unap
proachable by any man now living
likoly to bo born.
or
TIIK CONNATTY LIE.
A man named Connatty, purchased no
doubt by Radlcal'monoy to commit per
jury, so that tho arrows which Senator
Doolittlo is firing with well-directed aim
into tbo Radical camp might bo bluntod
by tho slunJors, mado an affidavit somo
time ago that ho had paid tho Sonator
money for his influence In obtaining from
President Lincoln, during tho Into war, a
permit to trade in cotton. Those who
THE CONNATTY LIE.
SENATOR DOO LITTLE'S REPLY
TO A RADICAL SLANDER.
CONNATTY DISTORTS DETAILS
INTO FALSEHOODS.
AN INFAMOUS CODE OF MORAL
ITY EA'PIRED.
Racine, Aug. 24, 1872. Hon. Rovordy
Johnson. Raltimoro, Md. Mi Dear Sir:
Your loiter of the lUth inst. is duly rccelv-
eu. un my way jioino irom Now Kng
land, I saw a copy of tho Now York 7Vwes
which first mado tho accusation to which
you refer. Tho 'Times' publishes tho
statomentof T. J. Connatty with cortuln
"private and confidential" pnpors.
It is not charged that 1 ovor received a
dollar from Connatty, Thoro is no pro
tonco of that. Tho tact is, 1 novor did.
Hut it is charged that 1 used my influence,
us a senator to obtain for him, or for tho
firm of Moore, Connatty & Co., a contract
from tho treasury department and permit
from tho president to purchase cotton in
tho states of Arkansas, Mlssistippl and
Louisiana; und, that having used.up' of
ficial Influenco to obtain it. I " oxuTtcd."
or took from him a promise to givo mo a
sharo of tho profits.
a ne wnoie cnargo auecting my omcini
Integrity doponda upon tho truth or fals
ity of this statement.
Tho statomont is unqualifiedly falso. In
tho mannor In which It is made, and with
tho purpose for which It is mado, it is
wickedly falso. I novor used my official
inuuence, in my wholo public liro, for a
pecuniary roward, or in tho hopo of ono,
l'ornny man, living or dead.
Fortunatoly, in this particular mattor I
am not compelled to reply on my stato
mont nlono. After a fov davs of neces
sary delay I have bocn enabled to obtain
iniorniation from the records at Washing
ton, which perjury cannot chango, and
which, independent of nny statement of
mine, shows this whole statements of Con
natty, so far as It in any manner affects
my official integrity and honornblo reputa
tion as a public man, to bo nbsolutoly false.
That information arrived by telegram this
morning, connatty says:
"I resigned my position tliero (In tho
troasury) in November, led, on uccount
of falling health. I learned about this
timo that many gentlemen had obtained
permits from the president to trndo in
cotton in tho southern states; bolloving it
was a favorablo opportunity for a largo
business operation, I applied through in
fluential frionds of mine, among whom was
tho Hon. J. R. Doolittlo, then Unltod
States senator from Wisconsin, to tho
president for such n permit. I subsequent
ly obtained tho penult, etc.
Ho says ho rosignod in November, ISO,
and nppliod for his permit about that
timo. Tho tolcgram from Washington
informs mo his permit was issued Nov. 17,
1804, nnd ho resigned Dec. 10, a month
nftor it was issued.
Ho says that ho applied after ho learned
that many had obtained permits. That
samo tolcgram Informs mo that tho first
pormits to trado in cotton wore issued on
tho 17th of Novombor, 18C4, thovory day
his permit was issued and boars date. If
there bo any truth In his statement, there
fore, ho applied for his permit on tliovcry
day it was issued Nov. 17, lMt:
Ho says ho applied for his permit
through "influential friends," "among
whom was the Hon. J. R. Doolittlo, then
United Statos senator from "Wisconsin, to
tho president foreuch pormlt." Tho samo
telegram informs mo thoro were " no
papers, " no recommendations from nny
ono, on file. Tho record shows I did not
ask for tho permit in writing.
Tho only othor wny in which I could
have aided him, would havo been by n
personal interview with tho president or
tho secretary of tho treasury, which inter
view never occurred.
Such nn interviow not only did not oc
cur, but tho following facts, known to
muny besides myself mako it impossible to
havo occurred.
Congress udjourncd July -1, ISOi. Soon
after, I left Washlnuton nnd did not re
turn until tho re-assembling of tho senate
in December. Tho uresidontiat election
occurred tho 8th of Novomber, 1801. I
was engaged ulmost overy day in tho can
vass until tho day of tho election. Dur
ing nil tho month ot November 1 was
more than n thousand miles distnnt from
Washington nnd I did not see either tho
president or secretary from July until
December. Tho president nt that time,
Mr. Lincoln, and tho secretary of tho
treasury, Mr. Fcssondon, my personal
friends, nro both silent in their graves, or
I should not bo deprived of their further
testimony to refute tills calumny. Rut tho
record lives. Theso fuels, oven if unac
companied by my porsonal donial. put nn
end to the gist of this wholo accusation of
Connatty, to Jar us It really and rightfully
concerns tho public.
Porsonal, private, nnd business relations
nro another mattor. "What I do, or choose
to do, in thoso relations, so long as I
violato no law of God or man, aro ques
tions only for myself und for thoso with
whom I um concerned. Rut I shun no
honorable and candid scrutiny even in
theso departments ot life. That which I
regret and condomn in tho present inst
ance is nn effort to disortnnd prevcrt fuels
which, interpreted by tho truth, und bv
light of tho circumstances under whicli
thoy occurred, reflect in no manner either
upon my lienor or my integrity ns a privnto
citizen.
I havo no recollection of over meeting
Connatty in tho street-cars. I knaw I
novor invited him to seo mo nt my com-
mlttco rooms, in tho manner or for tho
nurnose hu would iinulv. Tho Bubstunea
of his wholo statomcnt ol what occurred at
thoso committee rooms is fulse, und ub'
solutely false.
I novcr drew my letters or papers for
Connatty to sign beforo ho camo to my
committto rooms on Thursday, tho 20th of
ueeemDer, ibui. xno only papers over
drawn by mo in relation to any mnttor
between him nnd roe were drawn in his
prosonce, at his suggestion, nnd with his
full nssont and approval, upon a full and
mutual understanding thnt sucli nanors
wore simply u privuto and confidential
memorandum, to bo preserved for tho
privnto uso ot tho parties themselves,
oniy.
My recollection of tho substance of what
occurred is this : Connatty eanio to tho
room of tho committee on Indian utl'uirs
in tho capitol. Ho thoro Informed mo of
his resignation of his clerkship, that ho
had obtulncd through tho head of tho
trensury department, a permit to purchaso
cotton under tho regulations of tho tren
sury. Ho showed mo tho permit signed
by Mr. Lincoln, nnd wanted mo to nccopt
an Interest. I told him 1 supposed there
couiu do no legal objections to mv taking
nn Interest, but I hnd no money to ad
vance, anu i wouiu not no n partner to in
cur risks or liabilities, or agrco to spotid
timo. Ho said ho did not expect to
advanco money or incur any risk himself,
boyond his traveling expenses. Ho in
tended to opernto through other narties.
1 objected that ho might becomo involved,
und if I was n partner It would Involvo
mo. Ifio conversation continued until ho
oxprcssed his desiro for mo to accept an
interest-without risk. I cannot detnil all
that conversation which took plnco eight !
years ago. Rut I know tliero was not ope
word said or purpose intended whicli, if
known to tho wholo world, would stain my
nonor as a senator or as a man. u noro
cortnlnly was no claim for official influ
ence rendered, or to bo rendored, to Con
natty, in any wny oxprcssed or Implied.
Thoro was no oxaotlon from him or pro
sura brought to boar upon him. I thon
bad no doubt of his porsonnl friendship,
or of tho sincerity of his professions. Rut
as tbo mattor might bo important, it was
mutually deemed best to prcsorvo
tho substanco of tho conversation nnd pro
posals in tho form of private nnd con
tldontlnl letters, and it was then nnd not
till thon, thnt at his suggestion, tho draft
of his proposition to mo was made.
Everybody knows from tho tono of tho
lottors thoy were novor Intondod for publi
cation. If tho sumo words had boon used
In private conversation, thoy would havo
been subject to no Just crltlcfsni. Privnto
nnd confidential lettors aro to bo looked
upon and judged ns words spoken in pri
vuto conversation, ovon when dragged bo
foro tho public by a disgraceful violation
of all tho honorablo instincts of human
nature If thoso lottors had been intended
ovon to hnvo boon mado public, thoy
would havo been subject to criticism in
stylo nnd expression. Rut thoy nro privnto,
und though privnto woro intonded to cover
no falsehood und no dishonor. It was tho
right of both, or oittior of us, to privuloly
preservo this memorandum of tho sub
stance of tho conversation botwoon our
selves, In such mannor nnd form as wo
pleased; and to thoso only who havo
violated sacred nrivutn rlrht. nnd rrlvpn
to tho world falsa ond distorted details of
posuro." irmyseir nnd othors nro to bo
jadgtd by tholr Infamous codo of morality,
no man is suio, nowover puro tno rocord of
hlsllfo. With great respect I remain,
truly yours, J, P.. Doolittle.
MAINE.
HOW TIIK STATK HAS VOTED FOR
YEARS.
FACTS
AND FIGURES
CONTESTS.
OF PAST
HOW WILLTHKSTATE VOTE THIS
YEAR.
'Foreign Advertisements.
From the Portland (Me.) Correspondence or
the Chicago Tribune. J
In Mnlno, In 1801, Lincoln obtained
17,092 majority ovor McClellan, in n poll
of 100,000 votos. In tho September voto
of lb08, Chamberlain, republican, received
iu,oj. voics, nnu xuisuury. democrat,
65.-130 being a mnjorlty for tho former of
U0.-104. Tho full voto was 131,'JOO. Roth
sides put forth tho utmost efforts, and tho
question of Grant verus Seymour de
termined tho result. Genoral Chamber
lain may havo run a fow hundred votes
ahead of his party, by reason of bis great
pcrsonnl popularity; but, ns Grant ro
eolved 28,000 in November, tho llrst-incn-tionod
voto must lio admitted to havo ex
hibited vory little, if any, over tho repub
lican majority in tho state. Tho nggre
gato mujority of tho republicans, on tho
voto for congress nt tho sumo time, was
17,703 ; nnd somewhere between this nnd
Chamberlain's voto may bo assumed ns tho
republicnn majority of tho stato that
year. No ono will forget tho
offecl created by this announcement of 20,
000 majority for Chnmbcrluln. Tho De
mocracy all over tho union were ftunnod
by It, and tho moro sagacious ones read in
it tho death-knoll of their nope in tbo
Novombor contest. Mr. Jnnies G. Rlnino
wns thon, us now, tho cbalrmon of tho
Stato Republicnn Committee, tho shrowd-
csi anu most inderatlgublo party manager,
cortainly, thnt Maine can boast.
In 1800, tho voto stood. For Chamber
lain, Republicnn, G0,080; Smith, M,&02;
and Hichborn, Tomporanco, -1,700. Tho
apparent Republican majority had fallen
to 12,478; but, to this, Hichborn s veto
nil Republicans should bo added. Tho
total voto hod decreased from ini,2G0 to
04,172, a loss of over 07,000 votes. It is
obvious tiiut tiiu Republican voto had not
been drawn out. There wus no occasion
for it. As for chnnges to the Democracy,
tliero wero nono at that time.
In 1870, it was tho samo story of a light
voto. Thoro was only H8.781 votes, beinir
a loss of 32,384 on tho voto of 1608. Tho
majority for hidney Pcrfinm. Republican.
ovor Roberts, Democrat, was 0,o0G. Tho
majority ot uio congressional voto was
somewhat larger.
Last year (18il), tho total voto for Gov
ernor was 100,008, or 24,357 short. Per-
nam, administration candidate, had
68,767. and Kimball, democrat, 48,120;
mujority for Perham, 10,031. There had
been no changes to tho democracy, but
they had taken advnntngo of republican
apathy to mako n quiet canvass, und got
their voto out. This was discovered just
beforo tho election by tho administration
managers, ond in season to provont n
snap-judgment being taken upon them.
It is perfectly certain, from these llgures,
thntonly tho excitement of tbo presidential
year, or tho apprehension of a cloo con
test (never imagined till now for many
years), con bring out tho full republican
strongth in Mnino. Their majority in
18C8, the lust full voto bad in tho stute
was 20,403. This year, tho presidential
oontest will swell the September vote to
tho neighborhood of 130,000, nnd tho
question now is, Will tho administration
party bo ablo to maintain their former
proud majority of 20,103. If they do,
then thoy nro justified in their incurs nt
tho liboral republican clement In Maine,
and may claim, ns they do, that, however
strong liberalism may be in tho West
or Middlo states, it hns secured no solid
foothold in Mnino. Rut, if this majority
MIALI, HE CUT DOWN ONE-HALF,
it will bo obvious that ovon here, in spito
of an iron party despotism, and an enor
mous amount of patronage, money, und
emissaries used in this canvass, tho'liberal
party havo eaten Into the verv vitals of
tho administration pnrty in the stato of
jiaino.
What tho liboral element Is in Maine,
it is perhaps too soon to compute. If
tliero be 5,000 ot them all and this seems
to bo an exceedingly modornto estimate of
tho wholo stato tho grand majority of
zu.uuo oi lour years ago will ho cut down
to 10,000 or thereabouts. Mr. Rlalno may
toot his horn over such n result as this,
but bo will not bo ablo to convinco tho
country that the Grant cnuso is prospering
in the face of such a largo defection.
Si, ooo, ooo
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBIJO LI Hit Alt Yfe KKN'JTCKV
AT I.OUIMVII.Iii:, KY.
lly authority in the act of (lie l.cgMaturr
Incorporating the Public Library of Ken
tucky, the Trmtect will give tholr
SKCOXD GltAND GIFT COXOKKT
In the crcat hall of the Public Miliary,
building in I.oillsllle, Ky,, on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100,000 rn nr,TS or admission
will be lulled at 10 eaeh: half ticket 8.V:
quarter ticket irlMi 11 whole ticket Tor
S100: 28 for .Vi : MJfore.VjO: H3for 81,000:
SMforWiOO; "7"i for :,000. No dleonnt
on ie tuiin ?iw wortnoi iieKctai n nine.
$500,000 Currency
will be given to the holdcrsof ticket by ill-
trunnion ny lot oi u.m; iiiuusa.mj
OIFTS, ns follow :
LIST OF GIFTS,
Foreign Advertisements.
ONKfillANlUHlT. CAMI..
ONi: OIUNII OUT, C.Xfll
4gllior .visi'i'-ach"
I.'. j.dlt of I.IKM) eaeh .
$100,000
riO,ixxi
.s-UVXHK'U-ll
i L'lfl of
ji (.'in of
J.- of
:t.'i ciri of
tngin-nf
.V)i:!lt of
on xllt of
100 j;lft of
oi'j gin of
lM) eaeh
800 eueli..
lOOcaeh. .
IVX) eaeh.
iVh) eaeh
I0O each. .
:'M each
'.'mi eaeli
100 each
JIMMKI "
. i:,.(pon "
lll.Om) "
. . '.i.Oiki "
. .. 8,(m "
.. . 7,i0 "
. . (),()
.... t",ISS) "
1,000 "
. :i,ooo " .
.... i.",(sm '
... 18,000 "
Ifl.MH)
.. I7..VSI
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2J,:x) "
. 'JO,(l"IO "
. lei.ooo "
'jo.noo "
01.-.1K)
6E0KGK HUDSON.
ItKMARKAllLE CAltEKIl OI' THE
RAILWAY KINO.
r.NOLISH
Total, 1.0O0 gift-, all ea-h. S.Vm.tss)
The iloii.Tho". Ji. Ilramlette, late goer
nor of Keiitilekv. Iia eon-enteil to repro'
cent thcTriMee' In the management oftlil
!.eeonil (irand (ilft Concert, and be will per-
Milially yvu that the money from the -ale of
llekets i ilepo-lted with the Trea-liror, that
liie nraw nig i nnriy coiiuiicicii, aim im
l'llls In.tlv awarded anil iiriimntlv liald.
The drawing will take place lii public, ill
fllll lew in iiieallillence,iiuil iinilerine im
mediate Mliicn Moll and direction of the of.
lieor and Tni-tec of tho Public Library of
KcntucKy, and the following mimed eminent
ami in-iiuere-ieii emen-, who imo eon-
mted to be preeiit and ee that all ! fairly
done:
Hon. M. R. Hardin, Judgo Court Appeals,
Kentucky.
Hon. .1. Proctor Knott, Into M. C. Leb'ti
District.
Hon. H. W. Rrucc, .ludgo Ninth Judicial
District, Jvv.
Gen. Eli H. Murray, U. S. Marshal, Dis-
trict, Ky.
Hon. T. 11. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan
Court.
Hon. E. D. Stniidford, President Farmers
and Drovers' Hank.
Hon. John llarbee, Manager Royal Insur
nnco Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, 'Com. Att y Ninth Judicial
District.
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet
Col. Wilson P. Johnson, Manager Gait
House.
Dr. T. S. Hell, Prof. Medical Univorslty,
JjOUISVIIIC.
Hon. S. G. Baxter, Moyor Louisville.
Hon.T. L. Iturnctt, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Troosuror Louisville.
A. O. Ilrannin, President Manufacturers'
ffntik.
Phillip .ludire, of tho Louisville Hotol.Co,
James Iiridgeford, President 'Jd National
huiik.
W. C. 1). Whips. Prop'rWillurd Hotel.
J..C. Johnston, President Trader' Hank.
II. Victor Xowcomb, firm of Xowcomb,
Ifuchnnun v Co.
Henry Deppen, President Gorman Hank-
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton
Merchant.
Dr. Norvln Green, L. A: O. Short Lino
H. It.
Vol. Rose, Adams Express Co.
THOS. E. HRAMLETTE.
Ag't. Pub. Library of Ky., Pub. Library
Building, Louisville, Ky.
SSfZ Circular", giving full particulars,
sent on application. 7-ltidA:w2in.
l'UnUC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
SECOND GRAND
GIF T CONCERT.
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
NO POSTPONEMENT.
BUSHEL1"
Principal Office 101 Fifth St., Ciu., O
TIIK ONLY IlULIAllLE OIFT DISTltlllti-
TtON IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Xi- 3D. BUTE'S
UTIli Ilogulur Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be drawn Monday, September 9th, U72.
O.vk Oiu.vi) Oavital or
5;000 I3ST O-OLID !
Two Prizos f 1,000 f
TwoPrlzts COO g. i
Flvo Prizes 100 s' (
GREENBACKS
One family Carriole nnd Matcticl llornrn with
riiiiTOioumi-ii iinrncsK, worm fl.wio.
One llorcenml luiKity Willi Mlflr-Muunk-.l liar
nrnt, worth JWi
Onr flnp.lnntd Uii.cmooI i'iano, worth SWO.
1'lvc fntnily newing inaclilnm, worth f loocucli.
"6040M anil silver Imor tmntlnu watehrt, worlli
frcmit-"" to SJOOeach. Laillta Hold lfotlnechnlfl.
Kftt'n got I Ve.l chain, Kullil nnd double 'plated
nlltcr table and te"poon photograph albums,
Jewelry, etc., etc.
Wholo number of gllla, (i.ow. Tickets limited to
60,'wo.
Ani nt. wanted to ell tickets to whom liberal
fireinliitiift will bo paid.
elegit ticket) one dollar all tickets IWe dol
lar; twelrn ticket, ten dollara; Iwenty.flte
twi nty dollar.
Circular eoutninlnn n full Hut of priien, ade.
pcriptlnn ut the manner ul drawing, and other
Information In reference to the distribution, vi ill
h rent (u any one ordering them. All lettrra
inuat ho addrea.ed to I,, ll. MINK, llux, SO,
orrirt, Cincinnati, O.
101 Wel Rlh l. novwAdlv
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATK LOTTKHV.
Lkoalu.ed fiv Statk Authohity and
Duaw.v in PuiiLtc i.v St. Loutn.
Grand Single .Number Sclictno.
50,000 NUMIIEflH.
Class II, ro iik Duaw.v Aug. 31, 1872.
0,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
wi wtesor .i 101
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Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, z bo.
Our lolterier, are chartered by tho Htate. are,
alwaya drawn at the lime named, and all draw
Insi are under the auperviiiori of aworncom
inlatlnneri). The oltlclal drawing will be publlahed in thn
fl. I.oul ria;erand it cony rent to rmrchaiera
ofllrketi! 1
We will draw animllar echeme the latt day of
eery month during the year 172.
Kemilitt our rlk br lo-lotHce money order,
reglttered letter, draft or expreaa. fend f.ir cir
cular. Addre-i, MUItltA V, JIII.I.KIt A CO.,
I. U. box :MI. rJt. Loula, Mo.
4-in.lawfT
CAMPAIGN UNIFORMS.
We arc prepared to ftirni-li uniform- to
GRANT CLUBS AND
GREELEY CLUBS
to any number ordered, for ?l.4.'ia complete
otittlt; Cap, Cape, Torcb with Stick, ; and
Flair. .Send order at onco to
HAND &. METZKE,
: .Market M.. up stairs. CHICAGO, ILL.
I'Oil'Jwailgtri.
n strictly privnto transaction. Justly bolongi
all thoro Is of real "shame1' In this "ex-
KiujIMi fios-lp In HarpcrS Ilaar.l
lint it sormon noor Thnckernv woubl
havo given upon his favorite toxt, Vanitas
vanitatitvi, concerning tho will of ono
George Hudson, proved n few days ago
for exactly two hundred pounds 1 Tho
testator was onco our famous Rnllwny
Klng-tlio great prototype of your Fisks
nud Goulds and hud fortunes to glvo
nwny in bis time, and guvo them that is,
for n consideration. Ho was nt ono timo
tho idol of our nobility, tho golden calf be
fore whom tiie noblest fell down nnd wor
shiped: and if his overthrow had but boon
delayed for n little longer, would rortain
ly havo himself boon mado a poor. His
house was ono of thn finest in London,
nnd his parties werocowded by tho world
of fashion, though with tho bad tnsto thnt
has ovor distinguished it, it mado itsolf
merry ovor tho vulgarities of its entor
tainor. " How did your dinnor go oil' at
Jones' ?" said n friend to Rrummel, nftor
ono occasion on which tho Reau had
stooped to dine out with somebody not in
tho Regent's " set " " Oh, tbo dinnor wns
nil very well unoxcoptionnl, indeed j only,
confound itl tho mnn had tho ussur
nnco to sit down with us himself."
In tho sumo way the great nnd the
grand who flocked to Hudson's ontortnin
meiits derided him among thomsolvcs.
Ills wifo was n grcnt joke with thorn ; sho
was, I boliovo, ignorant and vulgar, but
nt all ovonts, tho storios that wero current
nbout hor, made her out a second Mrs.Mnl
uprop. 1 especially remcmbor tho aston
ishmont sho is said to havo exprossed nt tho
proposal mado by hor children's govorn
ess thnt two globes should bo procured for
tho school room. "No miss," snld she,
" my husband may bo rich, but that is no
reason why 1 should lot him throw nwny
his nionoy on globes in duplicate." For
tho colestial globo was to her unknown
oven by namo.
Whon tho first blow of ndvorso fortune
struck this Colossus of railways theso fair
weather frionds desorted him of course, as
rats lleo from n sinking ship; whoroupon
this good lady is 6nid to havo observed,
"Ah, whon thoy seo that things nro not so
bad ns thoy seem, nnd my Georgo becomes
all right ngain, won't tlioy cry 1 Peccary I' "
Now pocenry is n pig inhabiting South
Ainorica, and It is supposed that shu did
not mean that, but something olse. If sho
meant peccavi, thoy novor cried it, for in u
fow weeks tho railroad king was dethroned
und ruined, nud It was only n fow years
back thnt a few kind-honrtcd persons sub
scribed together and prosontod him with n
sum whorowlth to purchase u small An.
nuity, upon which this once dispenser of
minium niauo sum to uvo.
FROM SEl'TKMHKKiiMh,
To iiik I'L'iil.ic:
The Trustfea ol tho Public Library of
Kentucky helm; Kitl-tiril from the lare salo
ol'tlcketf already made, and the daily In
creasing demand for tliein, Unit there will be
no occa-ion for po.tponiiig tho second draw
ing In the (iitt Concert in aid oftlm 1'uhllc
Library of Kentucky, have lutriictcil inc. at
their agent and manager of 1 lie (ill't Concert,
to say to the public ami ticket-holder that
the drawing will poiticly take placo on,
September asili pro.w, anil will not bo post
poned, An net ho demand fortleketN eomci
from every State and Territory of tho Putted
Stale, and from thn Canada, giving ii-Mir-mice
to Um TriMvct that no elrciiin-taiiee
can preeut n drawing at appointed time.
A Milllclent clerical force l engaged to
keep up with the orders for ticket, and in
order that till otllce mav lie relieved of the
immense prc.-uro incident to tliohiitiiic- for
the week or two Immediately preceding the
drawing, agent-, opcclally, and tho-o desir
ous of procuring ticket, are i'equeteil to
send in their orders immediately, a ale
will have to be eloed in time to make llio
neee-ary preparations for the drawing. It
If. the wish of thu management to llllmerv
order for a ticket, a well a to sell all thu
ticket, but thou) who apply llr-t mut llnd
be supplied ; and iftlio-u who put oil' buying
until unlet) are cloed havo their money re
turned Instead ot'tliu tickets ordered, us In
tliotlrst (Silt Concert In December l;i-t, whoa
thousand of dollars that came too lata were
sent back, they will have nono to blame but
themselves.
TIIOS. E. HRAMLETTE,
Aijcnt Public Library Ktntucky.
LouisvfLLK, Kv., August 19, 1871!.
nuti28dEodA:w2w
JOHN SHUKILAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer In
VEGKTAIILES. FltlHTS. KOOS, LARD
FRESH ItUTTKH, ETC.
IST All (ioods warranted fi'ch, and sold
ot tho lowest prices,
Corner fJth und St. CoiumcrclalAvo.
7-2.1 tf.
DANIEL L-AMPJ3UT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eioiirn SV., Hr. Com. ,fc Wash.,'
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Has just opened a new and stylish estab
lishment, fully up to the times, and Invito)
old customer und now, ladles, children and
all, to fiivorhlm with their patronage.
UEaTAII work done In tho Latest Style.
AKE YOU GOING WEST? y
If o, Ukn our adriceand ournhi.o your tickets
nter tie old reliable and popular MiMocat I'a
rinc iUiLKo'ii, which l .aiiiely Iho oolr line
tunning three dally expreaa train fromHt. Louia
to Kan.aa City and tho went! aud la poitWely
the only in which rutin I'ulliniii pala-e aleeira
nnd ttlie day voatner, eapecially for moTert,
eqiilpred with Jliller'a ealeiy platform, and the
patent steam brake. From tit. I.oina to Kanaaa
Oil), ft. rcott, IjiwrcDce, LeaTenworth. Atchi
aou, Ut. Jo.eph, Nebraaka City, Council lllutta
ant1 Omahn u ithnut chaii(e t For Information In
reiiajd to time table-, rates. Ac, to any point In
Missouri. Nebraska. Kama. Colorado. Texaa.and
California, call unun or adilreiaS, II. fbomi soD,
aKent, Missouri Pacific li. K. Columbui. Ohio ; or,
K. A. Kurd, (ieneral i'assvoger AKent, Ht. Loula,
Mo.
No trouble to nner "l'lens tl 10
WANTED. AOENTSI
tlOOtoliMi per month, everywhere, male and
female, to introduce; the the latest linnroved,
most unip.e and pei'ect HIIUTTI.B SEW I Mi
MACIII.NI-; ever Invented. We ehlleni the.
world In compete vith tt Price only Jl , aud
fully warranted for live jears, makinir the
Klastic Lock blltcli, allko nn Ixilli shies. Tho
same aa all tho til u 1. priced shuttle,
machines. Also, the celtbrateil aod
latest COMMON bUSSE KAMI I.V BKWINO MA
CHINK. I'ncOonlyJIS (O. and fully warranted
fur tivo year. 'I hese machine' will itltch, hem,
fell, tuct, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider
lh a most euiierior manner. And are warranted
to do nil work that can be done on any hlgh-pricei!
machiuo lu the world, l'or circulars and terms
address H. WYNKOOPA CO., '.sl llidire avenue
P. (). llni.'JTO Philadelphia. I'a. 3mw
I'AITI. ii. Ht llUII, AK'I.
SIMILIA SIMILIIiUS CUItANTUJl
IIV.TII'IIKKY'N
I lOMGSl'ATIUC .SIMSCIFICS
HAVK proved, from the moat ample exper
lencu,nn entire success) Simple Prompt
hlticientHnd Reliable. They are tho only medi
cine perfectly adapted In popular use so sim
ple that mistakes cannot ho made in ualnuthcm;
an ImrmlcHH as to bo free from danger, and so
ellicieatas to be always reliable. They have rais
ed tho hlirhesl commendations from all, and wilt
always render satisfaction. t
Nos. Cents.
1, Cures Fcvern. congestion. Inflammations.'
X
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11.
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16,
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17.
18,
111,
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Worm, worm fever, norm colic 23
Tj lll;.'oc orteelhliiKOI infants...
lllrrliurn, of childreu nnd adiilts...'.'.
Iiy siemcry, Krlpliig, hdloiia eollc...'i.
t'fiolem-mnrbus, vomltlnu .ZS
4'holerik. colds, bronchltiis -a
Nciiriilicla, toothache, foceacho-...'i
IleitUncliea, sick headache, vertigoA
IiyNpopNtit' bilious stomache. 1U
eiuir-Hel,or painful periods......'.")
WAflFN, too profuse perioils... ..'3
Criiiiii, uoiien, difllcult lreallnnK...'j5
Null lllioiiiii, Krysipelas, KruptlonsM
Kheiimiitlam, rneiimatlc pains 'f
veriintl Ak'. chill feter, aguesUI
1'llrH, Wind or bleeding to
iilitlilriny, and sore or weak eye.o.1
Cnlnrrb, ocuin or ohrouic, intlueuzaAO
WhooplnK-C'onKli.violentcoughsSii
ANtlinia, oppressed breathing so
Knr IilKCbnrKC, imnalred hearini;60
Ncronila.enlarKed glands, swellings
Uenernl Ilcblllly, physical Hoak.Mi
ness . 6o
IironHyand scantySecretions Bo
Net NIckustNH.Blokneijs from ridlnu W
HliliieyUlH, (iravel w
Srvon Itcblllty. seminal erhls.
sions.Involuntarv discharge i oo
JV1 ve:iloxes,wlth one 82 vial of powder
very nocessnry in serious cases,.. 40
Hore Hpulb, canker rA
Urinary Wviikiii'sm, wcttlnc ted'o
l'liliirul PerloiU, with StS
NilllerlnKN,atchaiiK of life l oo
l.iilli-liiiy.sjpBsins, rTl.VltUsMance.l no
Itlplherla. ulcerated aoro throat 50
Uf 35 to OO Inricu vlau, morocco
or roKowoud cae, caiitululnir n
upeclUc for overy ordliiary itda
MtHfln family lanubjcct tu, nud
liuohN ofdlrectlouM from Jloto 12s
smaller family and TrHvellUKca-es,
:oito 8H vials .Trom U to aa
Bpeclflotor all Private IlUcissiesi,
bntli for Curlnir and ror Pruveu
live treatment, in vinls aim pocket
case V'j to .1 oil
I'OND'S EXTKAOT
D),
so,
.11,
4'-'.
3.1,
31.
Cures Hums, Ilruises, Lameness, Soreness Hore.
Throat, Hpiains, T'ootliacho, Earache, Neuraleia
itheiimatism, Lumbago. Piles, JJolls, mums. bore!
v'r"S HleoilnKof the LungH, Nose, Btomach, or
Ul I I vpi uu.l.r,. ul'
i vtm jiu auit..
I'rlco. O01.. 60 els. : Pints, ibrwi . nn..i. 41 nn
srihe so remedies, excopt I'ond's Kxtrit, brf
(lie case or single, dox, aro sent toany part of (ho
country, by mall or express, frco of charge, in
receipt of iho price. " ' u
UOMI'lIUEl'S Sl'EClKIO
... , ,, HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
OtBce and Depot, No, toil iroadwav. Now.Tork

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