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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1872.
Joiis ii. oi:iu,Y, alitor Publisher.
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.John It. Oberly lm reduced Hie Milcrlp"
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chcapct paper published In Southern Illinois.
of New York ;
ron vick mr.nwr.sr,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
ron jiKCUBTAitv or ati:.
ron ACDiTon ir rrnuc accounts,
ron 8Tatk Tnr.Asyiii:;:.
CHARLES N. LANl'lllER.
ron ATTonsr.v (irsr.n.u.,
JOHN II. EUSTACE.
surnr.Mr. couht xouthkh
CIX1SK hUlMtEMK COUUT CKSTKAI.
DAVID A 1IKOWN.
cu:itK of sX'nikmi: coniT-soi'Tiir.nx
It. A. D. WILKANKS.
ron coxfliinss i:i(iiiTi:nxTii iustiuct,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Terr' County.
MKMnrit no uiu ok i:qualization,
of Itandolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OHEKLY.
We are authorized to announce C. K.
SLACK a a candidate for the olllec of City
UV are authorized to announce It. A.
CUNNINGHAM n a candidate for City
c are authorized to announce JOHN Q
HAUMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce It. P. YO
CL'M a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
esandcr county, at tho ensuing election In
KOK COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W
WEIUI, ES(J., a a candidate for County At
tomey. at the ensuing November election
We are authorized to announce- 1. H
PorE as a candidate for County Attorney at
the cnulns November election.
Wc are authorized to announce lMCTEIt
SAUP as a candidate forShcrilfat the emu
Ing November election.
We arc authorized to announce 11AMII
TON lit VIN as a candidate for re-election
totheotlice ofShorlirof Aloxauder county.
We arc autliorizcd to announce JOHN
H. G05SMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the otllec of Coroner, subject to the dccl
sion of the Democratic Convention
Continued from yesterday's ISullexix.I
GOV. H. GKATZ IlltOWN
SPRINGFIELD. fiTII, INST.
That feature, however, which is raoro
sharply defined than nil ulxo in tho deal
ing of tho provident and his party with
the colored raco ut tho south, li tho riid
isolation thoy have been induced to main
tain. To thul end every legal and politi
cal appliance hat been directed. To that
end special luwt huvu beon invoked from
a paitiinn eungress, such an that of July
10. 1607. and March 11, 1 SOS. Tho latter
was supplemented by tho ku-klux act of
April 2U, 1871, and still further enactment
in the same buhulf una demanded in thu
session ot lbll. To Hint end thu opera
tions or tho froednmn s bureau was prosti
tute!, the military intervention chiefly
directed, tho officers of thu nrmy converted
into Doliticnl atrents, and thu service made
u steppiny-stono to the gubernatorial chair
or the United Status senate, To that end
oven crime went unpunished, thu peniten
tiarles were transformed into partisan
schools, and in onu Instance of iUs con
vlcts pardoned on tho evo of election, 190
were nee-roes, 'fo that end tho control of
the sonthern states was organized upon
an almost oxclusivocolered vote, and has
beon held fixedly by tho samo tunuro over
since: Tho doctrine inculcated lucre lias
been, and it still is, an imagined necessity
to combine us u raco and soizo on all power
for protecttni; liberties which thoy nro
taught to bulievu nro threatened. In tho
("tates themselves, when nscendancy had
been thus achloved, tho local Initiation
was promptly cnulneercd in tho samo
channel. Tho election laws, tho rojrhtra
tlon laws, tho militia laws, tho tax laws
are all illustrations in point. The band
ing together of tho colored population in
secret loyal leagues, forme J tho ground
work for a system of intimidation and
cajolery wnicn urougnt mo wnoio oi it
into subjection to ono sinister inllucnco.
It was a direct appeal for caste rule,
With an unchecked control in all those
states, with ovorv possibility for securing
support from tho ontiro community, it is
as inaeiensiuie as it is signiucani mai uiu
administration efforts should have been
only In tho direction 7horo ignoranvo so
much prevailed, and where bad passion
were so easily excited. This alono would
convict it of u de1gri to rely upon un easy
wrought alienation, rather than any moral
forco. It was tho hazardous Incentive to
a war of races for tho sake ot political
gain. To band them solidly In the strug
gle for control was to ignor tho whole
genius of republican government, and in
vlto a collision suro to develop Into vlo.
lenco. This, of course, involved tho ami.
Ing of the race, as well as Its consolidation
into a political unit. And tho facts fol
lowed swiftly upon tho Inference. Tho
garrisoning by such armed partisans of tho
sUtt-s of Arkansas and Louisiana ; tho
declaration and enforcement of martial
law by Governor Ilolden, of North Caro.
jlna, 1 through a colored soldiery ; thu
clandestine enlistment of fourteen negro
nglment and Illegal purchase of arms for
tkm by Goreruor Scott, of South Caro
Una, pending his rc-clectlon, tho repealed
Jccllon or wmto enrollments wuoii vouin
irlly tendered, and, In ono Instance, tho
disarming of whlto cadets to turn their
guns over to n company of blacks, nro con-
luslvo evidenco not oniv ot uiu purposo
1 In viow. but equally so of tho shapo
such antagonism must nocessnrily assume
at Inst. On this point tho congiclonnl
report mvs t "To-dav In South Carolina,
Texas nrd Arkansas, (and in 181)8 it was so
In Tennessee una elsewhere), tno cuianci-
paled slavo regiments parade in statu unl-
rorms, nrmcd cap a-piu wiiu tno most ap
proved weapons, paid for by taxation,
while the whlto tnon aro denied the right
to bear arm or to orgnnizo oven as militia
fur tho protection of their homes, their pro
perty or tho person of their wives and
Hut I will not tax your patlencoby fur
ther detail to establish what cannot bo
seriouly controverted, that tho policy of
tno administration in us ptolctilluusgunru
lauship of tho colored raco has been to
maintain it nn in isolated condition, to in-
ilro It with fpurof re-ensbivcmont from
io While, to consolidate it a a caslo act-
ni: together politically nud militarily, nnd
to ufo it, thus organized, to perpetuate Its
own power in national affairs, by domina
ting elections in me souincrn stales.
Doe it, iiowover, renin re any irreat tore-
sight to perceivo that thuso who nro
trained to apprehend enmity soon deem it
right to becomo enemies, that in such
event the conflicts ut tho noils will bo only
precursors of fraud nnd violonco to compel
electoral victories, ami that nn administra
tion which encouragos such n fell spirit
of bitterness, injustice, slavery proparo
tho way, at no distant day, not for peace
but for war between tho whilo nnd black
Tho presentation thus mado shows that
the just expectation of tho country in re
gard ton reconciliation of thu rncos equal
ly os of tho sections, has been wantonly
trilled with by tho president and hispnrty.
It mny liKuwi'o bo shown conclusively
that no excuse can be found for such
coHrsos In tho allegation that they were
ncccssnry to protect tho liberties and citi
zenship ot ttio lrccumcn.
As incts nro wnnt nro wnntcu, rainnr
than theories, It will be best to set forth
In contrast tho condition of those states
which were nble to throw off tho adminis
tration interference, and confide their
nlfulrs to their own people. Take as illu
trntions Virginia, Tonnnsseo and Missouri.
Thoy had been moro devastated by wor,
and moro chorged with hatreds and ran
cors bred of slavery and rebollion than
any communities at tho south. Every
neighborhood, everv connection, nearly
every flresido had been a discord. At tho
outset thu same regimen was applied un
der federal auspice') to each and with re
sult prccisoly similar to thoso exhibited
recently nt the south, l ortunateiy jor
them they wcro tho first to turn to liberal
policies for relief. Perfect amnesty to nil
tho whlto population cngacod in the wnr,
and full recognition of all thu civil rights
confirmed to tho colored population by tho
wnr wcro tno two great principles on
which their departure wn9 based. And
as soon as applied tho offect win magical.
Uivil order was nt once restored every
where Tho pcaco of neighborhoods bo-
camo permanent, memories of former hos-
li v were loriroiteti. nil itirinng animosity
of race disappeared, nnd tho whole people
turned with ono accord to repair ty innus
trv what hnd been lost in conflict How
fast tin's is beincnceomplishcd is sufficient
)v shown bv thu reports of thu rUntes for
tho years 160S and 1672 respectively
VireTnia paid off S1.C10.3J0 of her debt,
curtailed thu expense of conducting her
stato government ?3I-.uhj, ana reuuecu
tho rato or taxation trom nity conn to len
cents within a year alter tho change,
Tennessee touch! at onco to roalizo upon
tho assets rcmaininerunpillagoil, and there
by diminished her liabilities by $0,873,!! 10.
fainco then largo additional reductions
have Ven ctl'ected in tho statu debt. Her
property values which in 170 amounted to
1,073,792, have been enhanced to over
S3U0U.UOO.00a unit it is estimated that .tlio
burden of taxation, especially for local
purpose, has been decreased fully one
third. Mi'souri, prosperous in bur fluan
ces sinco 1808, has received additional im
pulse in production and development
wlnlst uenrgia has signalized nor deliver
ance by impeaching tho governor, reduc
ing thu expense of administration and
stopping tho payment of $0,000,000 of
fraudulently issuod bonds. In no ono of
theso states is any complaint now heard
of official dishonesty or arbitrary govern
ment, for equal laws protect all, and jus
tice is meted out without fear or favor.
In all of lhem likuwisu thu condition of
tho colored raco is unexeep-
tlonablv favorable. Tho freed-
men aro fecuru in their persons, enjoy
their franchise without hindrance, nnd aro
rented with u kind consideration ol ton
denied them olsuwhvro. Perhaps Mis
souri, which has had tho largest uxperi-
n co ot liberal politics, may best tiu taken
luiinucu tno ellect upon lliul class oi
mr population, llv tho action of her
eoplu in 1870, thu cnuttl rights nnd fran
chises of all, without respect to color or
previous disability, woru engrafted on tho
constitution by an ovurwhulming voto of
lli,&18 to lU.-ltiU. Ami Uiu statute laws,
since onactod, curry out fully thu intent
of tho constitution, so that frcudiucn sit on
juries, havo access to all professions, en
joy senoou in every vicinage, possess an
ndmlrnljlu normal college, supported by
annual appropriations Irom thu slate, and
in all way enter freelv and Intelligently
into political u ml industrial I Ho
as independent citizens, Nor is
there any sign any whuru of n catto or
ganization, or an attempt to array thorn
hi tho prejudice of raco. Even their loyal
leagues havo disappeared from tho body of
tho country, ami languitiiiugiy exiti omy
in a luw towns or cities, in luct, tliev real
ize, moro perfectly than could lmvo been
anticipated from their provious condition,
tho truo valuo ot lrccdoui, and consn
quontly enjoy that freedom, oxcrciso that
lreedom, huve no fears about that freedom,
and express no dosiru to see restriction
placed upon thu freedom of any other hu
man being. This parallel between tho
last named btatcs and thoso consigned to
misery and misrule at thu south, might bo
pushed into other lines ot inquiry relat
ing to the wull buing of communities, but
it has covered the two subjects embraced
in tho nrcuniont, and that will bo suffi
cient, When, tlicruforc, it liberalism thu
very reverse of that policy insisted on by
I tin preiidont und his party is seen to worii
out such perfect reconciliation and protec
tion to tho freedmen in three great states
in every slate wiiuro it lias beon tried
with what how of reason can it bo af
firmed that security for thu rights of tho
colored raco demands anywhere tho vlr
tiittl subjection of thu wliitu raco. Is it
not a libel upon tho whole of tho whlto
population of the nation those nt the
north as well as llioeoat the south? Can
insulting mockery go farther than to claim
for it iiidurseincut ami continuance to
appeal thoro by to ties of blood and line
ago In the Mack man, yet in tlio 6nmo
breath repudiate, like ties of blood and
lincai'i in tho white man? Will it, In
deed, evor bo believed hereafter, when tho
history of this time comes to bo. iinpar
tlully written, that such deinnnd could
have originated in any mcru hllnddo parti
san zeal ? Will It not bo credited rather,
that it had for Its ulterior iiroinptiiiL'. a
selfish, callous, nefarious design, tosecuro,
ai nn Hazard, personal aggrandizement
for tho elder architect of such policy ?
In making this appeal totho judgment
and conscience of tho north, whilst I
would wish to present In a truu light tho
flagrant wrongs visited so needlessly upon
those ut tho south, who aro knit to us bv
many kindred and associate tics, I would
not willingly overlook tho deep obllga-' night tho houses of Judge Alllngton, Jas.
lions that rest upon us nil to seo that no Hancock, and It. T. Simnson wcro on-
harm befalls that raco which lias ben nle-1 torcd, nnd gold wutclies stolon from tho
t.ntflfl ffi,n, .tnun.l' t.4n f.nn.l nt.i fl'l.n ' l,,ll. Iin
voted from slavory into freedom. Tho
north is justly proud or Its groat net of
emancipation. It abed its blopd and ex
pended its treasure freely to give liberty
to four millions of human beings, and it
would ngnin encounter many dangers be
fore it would sco that work undone. For
this reason, if for no other, it is now in
cumbent on Its citizens to Intcrpnsa and
roscuo tho colored raco from the disasters
that must Insuo If tho policies of the pres
ent administration are to prevail in future.
mo saiety ot tlio civil rignis oi uiu
black man nt thu south Is wound up In
tho llfc-str!ni;s of reconciliation. His
About two o'clock that night two men
wcro seen on tho streets driving a soriol
maro to a buggy. Suspicion was at onco
fixed upon thesu ns tho guilty parties, nnd
at suiirlso yesterday morning four men
wont in pursuit. It was ascertained that
they had gono In tho direction of Water
loo. Tho capturo of tho robbers was effected
bv Messrs. William E. Ulnlr (city mnrsliHl,)
William Hark, William Joiner and W.
II. Warson. The robbers had stopped for
dinner, and wcro about unhitching (they
wcro traveling inn flno lop-buggy drawn
by a sorrel maro) their liorso nenr thu
constitutional guarantees, whether national
or slate, will uu strong wnen inopcopio oi ' resiuencooi i'.squiru reuypooi,a low mnes
tlio whole land nro In fraternal ncord; tin below uraveliy Springs. 'I liny oiiercu
til then thoro will always bo found thou littlo resistance, but expressed much sur-
who generate disgust in himself or others
Ills suffrage; will bo permanently safe
when thu colored voto divides; never
when wielded unitedly as n caste. To di
vide Is to assent to llio forco of reason
rhthnr than vlrlil In mnro dictation. To
dlvido is to respect tho forco of law rather
than rely on tho law oi lorco. To dlvido
is to accept thu mutual good offices of n
social state rather than encounter any ar
ray of enmities that cannot Intend in mu
tual los. To divide is to recognize that
there Is somewhat else in this world bo
sides politics, nnd that only tho foolish or
infatuated will sacrifice, nil of llfo nnd Its
yearnings to an intolerance tints cun
jurcd. If It shnll divide the sack of col
ored asylums in northern cities, it win nnu
thereafter no couutennnco in partisan
malignity. If it shall distribute its Inllu
cnco intelligently, It will gain associato
help fot educational wants on ovcry side.
If It shnll go to ditferent parties as Indi
vidual choice dictates, all parties will seek
its support, no party will assail its privil
ege. If It merges Into our political llfo
from n personal standpoint, tlio exerciso of '
colored suurngo win censo io no contro
verted in our national or local pontics.
Hut if It refuses to do so, and sets thoelnim
of raco above nny of tho intorosts of so
ciety, it will invito aggression nnd chal
lenge its own iiidcntity witn our reiiuu
licnn freedom. Tho eoloted raco lias been
elevated from nn exceptional state, and
bears trnco'of its former life. Ignornnco
rondors it largely subject to imnodtion,
while a century has not banished tho
flerco Afrio heat" that pulse through its
veins. IJut tlio appeal to raco is aver nn
invocation to hostility nnd envenomed
hatred. Its bond is tho bond of aroused
nntagonim its purposes aro all arrayed
offensively. Think you that such appeal
signilies no danger wnoro ino wiiucs nru
many nnd tho blacks aro few? Summon
back as witness out of a righteous oblivion
tho cntaloguo of violence dono the latter
from Illinois to Massachusetts, and which
left no refugo for tho fugitivo short of
Canada ioill Think you that such incanta
tion signilies no danger whoro tho blacks
aro mnny and tho whites nro fow that tho
vaguo apprehension which burdens tho
silent air when thnl spirit mounts is but a
ghostly dread 7 It so, feel sanguine it you
may. and bid your southern brothers
prio as Mr. lllalr and others rode up, tho
marshal demanded their surrender, nnd
tolling them that ho Intended to "go
through thum llko n dose of salts." A
search of their person discovered nothing,
but on examining tho buggv tlio pin of n
breastpin was observed sticking through
tho lining of tlio buggy top. Tho pnrly
Immediately wont "up-stalrs," in tho Inn
guago of onn of tho gallant gentlemen, and
found there eight watches nnd n handful
of breastpins, etc. On opening n ilrum
mor's satchel, which was In tho Iniggy,
flics, raws, and other burglarious instru
ments wcro toiind, among which wns a
At this part of tho ganio the counte
nances of tlio robbers fell. Tliov souiicd
togivo up all thoughts of escape, and to
inako up their minds to sutler thu penally
of tho law (if tl'oy could not by somo In
genious trick m image lo break jail). Their
arms having been taken, llioy wore placed
in tno buggy, and, w th their captors be
foro and behind, turned townrd Florence.
Just above Grnvolly Springs tho party
was joined by ono of tho niaiiv ubluuitoiis
candidates now canvassing the county, nnd
further on by the Marshal of Athens and
his companion. Tho prisoners, who wcro
elegantly dressed, expressed much annoy
nhco at tlio beat and dust, seeming not to
caro much for nny thing else.
Florcnco turned out en masse as tho
party rodo in town. Much excitement
At night it culminated in tho bailing,
Tlio jail being Insecure, Sheriif Hudson
had summoned eight men in addition to
the jailor to guard tho prisoners. About
! midnight a great crowd cama to the jail
anu demanded tlio keys, ino guard re
fused to givu them up and fired on tlio
mou. it is said mat tho nro was returned.
At any rato tho jail doors wero broken
open nnd tlio guard disarmed. Tho cell
wherein Tom Ulurk and tho robbers wero
confined wcro also broken into, and tho
three men taken out and carried immedi
ately to on adjoining square, und hanged
by tlio neck until thoy wore dend. Tlio
threo wero suspended from n treo which
stands In tho rear of tho site of the old
In tho morning tho citizens
found them there. Ono was
iduntitiea as Tom Ularl; : ono
fool that no distempered leaders, won to 1 was a short, stalwart man, with tho initials
wild ambition, shall thrust forward thoso
whoso blood born ol tho burning sunsiiino
thrills at tho touch of passion, whoso brain
turbid with memory of n.nny wrongs
leaps nt the promise of retaliation, to vio
lent nsscrtloii of a black republic over tho
ruin of somo dismantled state, Tho ap
peal to raco may mean all this, it can
novor mean n regulnted freedom or a well
ordered community. Nor is this exclu
sively u question bred of color. Tho samo
would befall any other ruco that should
iiggregutusuch isolation and casto organi
zation in a mixed society. Is not our his
tory already full full of Illustration on
this point, where only charges wero al
legoi without any sufficient warrant In
fact? Havo wo not seen tho prejudices of
tlio whole community sought to bo ar
rnved against tlio Celtic race and tho Ger
man race under that pretext? Have not . life,
-i. 1 i i.t.... ' rr
F. It. nnd a star in Indian ink on his right
arm and two hearts pierced by nn arrow
on his left hand j and ono is supposed to
bo Gibson. Wo understand that ono
of tho robbers directed his portion of the
$306 in money, which was found on their
persons, to bo sent to his sister, Miss Kato
Schilce, of Indianapolis, Indiana. Tho
man who attempted to escape, wus shot by
somo person unknown, recaptured and
hung with tlio others. It is the opinion of
j;r. liannum, who examined his wounds,
that death would havo resulted from tho
pistol-shot. Tho younger robber marched
up boldly to tho tr"o nnd requested tho ex
ecutioners to hold him up nnd drop him,
instead of drawing him up. Tho prayeis
of Clar,'f wero agonizing, nnd were heard
by thtf'citizens living near. Clark is said
to havo killed sixteen men during his
thu most violent local convulsions proceed
ed from expressed apprehensions of such
antagonism to our democrotic estate.
Has it not been cupublo to break down
great national parties and givu ephemeral
power to eouutur organization it may uu
ii'stihied then that whilst our people aro
strong enough to protect tho black man
against other intciferunce, they may not
bo equal to llio emergency ot protecting
him against himself when liu spurns thu
liberty that has boen wrought out for
him oiul sinks it in tlio vassalago of race.
To become intolorcnt of freo speech in ono
of his own color, as recently ut Cincin
nati; to insist on denial of civil rights to
others by way of security for hinuelf, as
now in Arkansas; to Know no nailing
placu between llio condition of slave and
thu assertion of mastery as shown in South
Carolina, is to destroy tlio very argument
on which his own" liberty rests.
When held resnonslblo for having con
ducted thu colored raco at tho south to tho
edgu of such cinorguncy as now confronts
it, tho response vouchsafed by tho admin
tration is that In all it has dono It ha! but
reflected thu will ot thu north. If tills bo
irue, and whether truu or false, does it not
impose a dotiblu duly on northern men, to
correct such administration, and dismiss
from power a party which has no imperil
led thu sltua'.ion. If knowing how fla
grant has been tho overture to tho bad pas
sions of a raco not yet Inured to Bull-con
trol, they may doubt its power to extricate
Usui f from th'u coils thrown around it, does
not Immunity demand that they should
lako in hand themselves the rescue? if
by permitting a great political organiza
tion to bo diverted to such base uses they
hnvo already endangered what that wus
designed to savo, does not truu eourngo
call for a suvcranco? A distinguished
colored orator has passionately exclaimed
that for his raco thu republican parly was
llio deck all olso tho tea. Hut when thu
ship is headed upon thu breakers, and tho
lite boat puts on, would any inn a mad
man refuso its safety ? Liberalism is that
lifeboat. It has cut a drift from tho de
sperate venture on which republicanism
has been driven, and oilers curtain means
of rcseuo. Heboid tho dulivorancu It has
already eflcctcd, and trust confidingly to
its further promise. Consider, likowiso, its
noble platform, and you will thoro detect
nothing that docs not brcntho n truo spirit
of reconciliation, nothing that docs not
cuyofully guard tlio settlements of tho past
nothing that does not givu nsstironco of a
pure government, exercising its functions
strictly" within llio limits of tho consti
tution. And if, after careful scrutiny, you
shnll deem il will well to commit the chief
magistracy of this nation to that honest,
patriotic statesman presented for your suf
fragu by tho liberal and democratic parties,
1 feel every confidence that at tho closo of
his administration you will find no linger
ing animosity of race or section to mar tho
harmony of it restored union.
T1IK ALAHAMA LYNCHING.
The indignation of citizens nt the out
rages of theso mon wero so great that tho
ladies of the community, and ninny of tho
colored people, requested tho mayor to
havo the bodies buried outsido of thu cem
etery. E'nuiro Itice. in aceordonco with
this request, has ordered that tlio bodies
bo interred in one of thu old fields near
Messrs. Hancock ond Simpson identified
tnoir waicnes among tnose found In pos
session of tho burglars.
Coroner, Ed. llrown, summoned a jury
and held nn inquest this morning. Thu
verdict wus that tho parties camo to their
leain on tno nigl.t of tlio -1th inst, bv
strangulation by hanging, at tlio hands of
Mesrs. L.E. Powers, John T. Petty, Jo
seph Milner, Andrew. Urown, J. T. West
moreland, nnd A. W. Porter, composed
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iiA.suiKo of Tiutr.K mnttii,.iits.
ti'rom the Lauderdale, (Ala.) Time-, Pept.fi.j
Wo give below tho facts, as wo gathor
them of tlio hanging of Tom Clark and I Tj froJuco a more dsllclous medietas to UVo, jetio
tho two burglars in our town last night I , !''tcnt fur the pretention nnJ cure of dltfMee is
Tuesday evening a gentleman of Ath-1 Sr. Utl"'3 VTCSLB'3 I.lil" AND ELC.j 77BITIZ3,
A no Invlxorator, liver Corrector
nnd Illood RrnoTntor Is superior to til tbe
Hitter, r.Ilxlm, Cordlnln nnd Nnrsri.
purlllna in uio. It Is so adapted to the whole
ilem that erery organ and function In tho tody Is
brought under Its exhilarating Influence, It gtrei
tone nnd strength to tlio dlgrntivo np.
Inratiin,di(i)cUlnntruor and debility,
ImlgorntvH tbo Liver, regulate tlio
Kidney und DowcIh, reroorei the effect of
ccen or orertaxatlon of any kind and gives vi
tality nnd riclincK (o tho blood.
Its cnratlre powers alter and completely reorcan
lio tho entire man of fluids and eren the solids of
tlio liurcan eyitem, thereby prercntlng'and curing
IyNpt'itlo and C'oiiNiiinptlvo Nymp.
t dm, lVver nnd Ague, IIIUoiin IHxcn.
i, lVvern of nil klnrin.Xt'rvuiiM DvliiN
Ity, AflVrtlonN of tlio Ntnnineli nud
Stowcln, etc. As a mild and delightful InTlgo.
rant for delicate femalee , It lias no nuperlor.
lly ill uie new life and rigor ! glren to both body
and mind, tending a glow of vitality through every
part, which li permanent nnd limtlnir.
Itii the moit eff.cial remedy for the relief ol
human lutTerlugeier discovered, and as pleasant to
tho taite u old rye or fine wine,
x WE CHALLENGE x
X 29 X THIS X & X
x WORLD X
ens camo to this place and brought In for-
million that, on tho uigiii previous, uiiio
houses had been burglarounly entered in
the town of Athens, and much valuable
property stolen therefrom. Ho imid that
tho parties supposed to havo committed
tlio burglaries wero coming toward this
place, and advised tho citizens to bo on tho
I'rlco 81. or O Jluttlcv for 85.
I'repured by the (lrafton Medicine Co., ST. LOUIS,
'in, Sold by Pruggiita aud dealers lu medicines
Siiket iron & CorrEn
t-olo Agents for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uittc's MovKAiiLK Point Stkkl Plow
Ghay'h Patknt Coai, Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEAKS
KCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
E V EX I X G
EVERY STOVE IS GUAKANTEKD
TO GIVE A MOIIE UNIFOUM AMI l'LKAKANT
HEAT, TO USE LESS WOOP, AltE MOKE
UAltEKULLY FITTED, AltE MOKE
EABILY AND Cll EAPLY MOUNTED,
AltE UNDKK MOltE l'EIlFECT
CONTllOL, HAVE A bTItONCIEK
D It A FT,
(live bcttpr Mtl-luctlon, aud told for a
Less Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVI
in the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUFG COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HHXDEliSOX,
YOUIl TICKETS NOW Oil NEVEIl.
riirs vat sales ol tickets already mndc. and
the increasing demand for them from nil
iiiarters, having determined tlio iruiteesi
that tho OHANI) (II FT CONCKIIT for tho
benefit nf the I'lUIMC I.lllltAltV OF KEN
TUCKY, advertised for SATURDAY. SKI-
TKMHKItlW. 1872. shall iiosllUelv come off
on inai nay wiiunui postponement, toe mail'
iiL'emci ii now noiinos an who oxncei io oar.
tlelliate In the draw lug that thoy should buy
their tickets at once. Delay for a few days
caticd many who wanted tickets nt the Con
cert In December lnt to tro without thcni.
Somo lit Ing In I.otilsWIIu waited until eales
wcru closed, expecting, no doubt, n pot
Donciiicnt. nnd then ottered fifteen, twenty.
and even twenty-live dollars for tickets
which tho day before wero ollercd to imr-
c na-ors nt i ne rec ar tir re. utiicr nunc
at a distance sent thousands of dollars by
mall and express, which got here after sales
wcro cio'cu, nnu nao to ne sent nacK.
These disappointments need not occur uitaln
If the warning now given in duo season Is
J ho dr.iwlnir will heir in tireehe V nt 0
o'clock Saturday morning, September 28,
1872. Ill the irreat hall of the Public Mhraiv
biilldlng.and continues until the onu thous
and guts arc an drawn.
LIST OF GIFT.-!.
i. s. fn tri rrr l
? 1 t riZl All Cl.SSOH Of WOrltllltt IM'O.
nli . ruin r irx: miiidl' or obi. mal ino'e ui(inv
Idert; Hut no ono thought anything of it, ... ,r , n,
and all retired us usual, littlo suipecting Address 0, minsou Co., fortlaud, Mhiiih,
burglars In our quiet town. During tho septlBwly,
9UUD I WOOD I I WUUDII
The un(leriij!nt''i will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
AN'liriii,ll not 4'hi'iiii'r
had any wood dealer in Cairo, Leave ordo
on the slatos at tliu l'ortolllcd and at l!o
coal yard, on Couiiuereial acnilc, between
Tenth und twclllh ureets, Cairo. llllnoU. 1
give good nieaMiro and will cord tlio wood
up If dolred.
uutrlO-tr DENNIS IIAMIY.
Liverpool wYork add rhlladrlihla
cxnru conthact wmi vmted iiTm anu buirimi
Fur Cnrryini; the Malls.
FOlt PASSAGE TICKETS
Oil ri'llTIIEB IxrOKUlTIOM
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 llroailway, New.York, or to
II. II u ii t ,
Whlnirtnii Avenue, Cairn. noi. u
One Grand (lift, Cali.,
One Grand Gill, Cnh.
I Glit's of f j,'(K)i) 'each .'
. . . . 42:,oi)0 Cash
.... 20,1100 '
. ... 15,000 '
. ... 10,000 '
. ... 0,000 1
.... S,(XHJ 1
.... 7,(KK) '
. ... 0,000 1
.... fi.OiKl 1
.... 4,000 '
.... :i,ooo 1
.. . 8.IMI0 '
ir " l.ooo " Ki.ooo 1
"0 " IKK) " 18,000 '
21 " SKI " 1,HW '
2.' " 700 " I7..VI0 '
Xi " . " 21.000 1
4o " U) " i!2,M)0 '
M " " 20,01 ) 1
00 " .'UK) " 18,IH 1
100 " 201) " 20,000 1
012 100 " (11,200
Total 1.000 Glft. all Ca'h AVKUXXI
Tho Concert It-eir will be thu mot brilliant
orchestral dliilay that eer occurred lu tho
West. Ono hundred iicrformerc, gathered
from all parts of tin- country ami from
Europe, under tlio direction of Professor
Hast, will contribute to this grand musical
carnival. And to afford amnio room for
every ticket-holder to enjoy Mich an unusual
musical fi'Mlval, the Concert will be given In
Central Park, where arrangements have
been made to accommodate all who may
Persons holding whole, half or quarter
tickets will be admitted to both the Concert
and Drawing, and none without such tickets
will be admitted to either.
1'ltlCE OF TICKETS.
Whole ticket-. idO; hale, fr.l: quarters,
V2.no; ii wiioietieKeisiort ino; -j, lor e 'i.
:m for .v) : lia for 81.INKI; 2s" for 2.wn
&7o for g.'i.OOO. No dlx'ount on le-s than HUn)
worth of tickets at u time.
lu accordance with numerous solicitation-
nrrangemrnts hae been made with nil the
railroad and steamboat lines leading Into the
c tv for rotitid-tr trtickct- trooil for pI.v days
to all pcrmis who may wl-h to attend the
Concert or Drawing, sueh tickets will be
fund-lied by the i.oul-wlle and .Nas.txillc
Itallroad, the l.oulille,Cinelnnatinud I.ex
linrton Railroad, the l.oulsille linllanuiiolh
and Madison Itallroad, the Ohio and MI--1-slpiil
itallroad the l.oul-llle and Cincinnati
Mailbnat Line and tho l,iiiil-ville,Owen-boro
ami Ilemlcrsoii .Mall l.lue Packets.
All atrents aro required to clou sales and
make their returns in full time to reach till
ollice by T!iiirdny. September 23. To do
this succession- tho-o located at great dis
tance- mu-i close some uaysiieiore tne j.)tu.
All tickets to which gilt- aro awarded will
lie paid witliotit dl-count iiy tlio 1'iinners
ami Dim it-' IliinW. idther In riirreiirv. nr bv
ellilit draft upon thu Fourth National ltauk
oi .New i oik, at uio option or tne iioiuer,
1 lie tickets mtit llrt lie jiresenteil at tm
olllec, Itoom No. I, Public Library building
before they will be paid by the bank.
Tho drawing will be puhli-hcd in thu
Louisville papers and New York Herald, and
ollleial copies sent to purchasers, to whom
tickets nave neeii sent ny letter.
TIIOVfAS V. llltAMI.r.TTt:,
Agent Public Library of Ky., Public Library
iiiiiiiiiiiL'. i.oiiiswnu ny. iMicou.vw'jw'
lu Hudcr's New llrick llulldlng, corner of
Eighth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
ANU DKALKH IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
ICK OltEAM AND SOIIA FOUNTAIN.
1 dPMi'o to inform my piitrousund the pub
lic nt large, that I am ut all times prepared to
furnish everything In thu above line on tho
shortest rotlco, Including Wedding and
Queen eaktu. etc. Also supper parties fur
nished to order promptly and perfect satis
For quality and prices I defy comcptitloii.
Try uie once aud you will coiuo again.
Vo lr. Henry' World' Tonic nnd
It 1 the jrrcat household remedy, plcwant to
taks, yet pottnt for the prevention and cure of
dlsroica. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
liucliu or BtrsaparllU, Sold by Druggists
Dr. ITpnry'N Hoot nnil Plant Pill.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgrlnlng n
Irely vegetable great liver remedy. Price 23
:ents. gold by Druggists.
Mr. Wlillcomb' Hjrrnp.
The great soothing remedy. Price only 2S
:ents. Gives rest to the mother aod hcclthto
.ho child Bold by Druggists .
Mnrrineo On I ill-.
Interesting Work, Enlarged, Edition, New
Snravlngs, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
filcesoccnts. Address Dn. Dnii' Disrc.v
uni, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Me,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply eunlnmer with tho let
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKUS left at Ilallldav llros. ollice, 7i
OHIO I.KVKI5. or at tho Coal Yard l,lu- tl,
St. Charles Hotel, will receive nroinnt utten
tlon. '1 ho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
iiiwuni.iu lu niuiiuiuis Ul uuy Hour.
A BOOK FOR THE MIILIOM !
A Prlvnto t'oiuiNclor t tlioMiirricil
tlioie about to Marry, on Ilia pi,I!il!?, ,'J.'
t This fs an I ':reitlne work of ;'t.. ... . ,
'B. with nuiiierout engrarli
l Information for iho.J r,h
litri.aViiii'.n:, ..L,.W0 "undred ao4
T.in'.f.i. , i.Tf.:.,r "swings, auu coutalus
ioui in iiouo.
i-Htta blnsil. tlwa Utittl n4 t'SMoot. St! LouU.
Successor to 11. S, Ilnrrel).
A N 1)
UKNKHAI, IIOUSF, FUKNISHINt;
Tliornlon's lllock 10th stieet hot. Coinlne
clal and Washington Avenues,
Our Homo Advertisers.
k y u i ii M.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. II AN NY.
KKNTUCKV JEAN", TXTRA,
LAUGH STOCK OF OAlll'MTING
111 Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGUltES.
COHKXn 8TU ST. AND COMUKRCIAW.V.,
( ST. NICHX)LAS !
IIAItllY VALKElt &. CO., Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for nil kinds of
The saloon Is stocked with the liest
are cointioiindcd lu tho most approved style
tSTCoino and sec foryourelf, They keep
on hand n tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SOIIWEIT.Elt CHEESE AND 1IOL
are sjiread morning and eve nine at nln
o'clock, ut which ull aro invited to parti e
llflln fV .kf oli'trr.n W-lrlil , I
IIOOT AM H1IOK NTOItK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Comtnorciul Ave., noar Athonourn.
Keep on hand a good aisortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And Jllssos' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell nt tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Laaav- Alio for (Uiir-.ios ),, i,i. Ad'lre...
Chicsgo, Cincinnati, Nt, Louis, New Orleans,
Now VorU, dlwlf,