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TUB CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1872.
JOHN It. OHKIUV, Kdltor and Publisher.
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TUB DOLLAR WEBKIjY MUI.I.KTIN
John II. Obcrty lias reduced the tutacrlp
tlon price of the Wkkki.y Caiiio iniLi.r.TiN
to One Dollar per annum, lnakliic It tho
of Now York ;
ron vice rnriiDiKT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOJt RKCMCTAIIY OK 8TATK.
for Ai'niTon of runt.ic accounts,
FOtl HTATP. TnF.A8UltF.lt.
CHARLES N. LANPUIER.
FOIt ATTOUNF.V OFNKItAL,
JOUN H. EUSTACE.
FOR CLF.nK SUntKMF. COURT-
CI.V.RK 8LTKKME COURT CKNTRAL
DAVID A HHOWN.
CI.KUK OF PUPRKME COURT SOUTHEItN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOIt CONGRESS KIOHTKKNTH DISTRICT,
UEOIIOE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER nOAIIO OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN n. OBERLY.
Wr. aro authorized to nnnounco -Mok-ri
B. Wiley as n candidato for City
Treasurer at tlio entiling chatter election.
Wc aro authorized to :innounce C. 1C.
SLACK us n candidate for the olllco of City
We arc authorized to announce It. A.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for City
Wo arc authorized to amiounco .TOIIN'tJ.
I1ARMAN ax a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO-
CUM ai a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
exandcr county, at the enilng election In
KOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate tor County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
Wc aro authorized to announce 1. II.
1'or-E as a candidate for County Attorney at
the cnsulnc November election.
each of Iho bribed Congressmen aro loft
to iliufllo out of tliochnrgo In their own
way. "No denial," adds tlio 1 Sun,' "can
now bo worth anything that Is not signed
and sworn to by On Ames and by tho
men whom ho tins nccused of receiving
tho bribes, and comflrmed by other ovl-
donco of tho most substantial nature.
Thcso jioronal denials, such ns might
havo satisfied tho public ii fortnight ago,
will now answer no purposo excopt to
convince tho pooplo that tho party deny
ing Is really guilty." Ciiefl.70 Xcws.
Tho Radical parly makes uo of overy
pretext to work ngainst tho Llbarnl can
didates ovorywhero. In Now York, tho
peoplo aro told by 'HarporV, Weokly' that
tho election ot Roman, tho Liberal candl
dato for govurnor, who is a Catholic, will
bo n death blow to tho public school sys
tern. In Joffonson City, Iowa, nti election
for school directors, two of whom woro
Catholics, was hold tho other day and
tho Associated Press gravely nssurted that
tlio public school system In that placo
was or would bo endangered by their elec
tion. Under tho load of 'Harpor's Weokly,'
ono of tho tnoft bitter radical papers pub
Hshed In tho country, tho Orant parly
wago as much opposition against tho re
ligious belief of liberal candidates,
if thev happen to bo Cath
olics, as it does against their pu
litlcal opinions. In fact, nntngcnisni
to tho Catholic church uppear tu be part
of tho political creed of Harper's "Weekly
and other leading radical papers. Mem
bers of tho Catholic church should reflect
on thcso things and decide whether they
will, by tholr votes, holp to perpetuate In
power, n party which would ostracise
thorn nt onco If it could. Tho Catholic
who votes tho radical ticket, votes ngains
himself and his religion.
NINE IN THEIR GRAVES.
THE TEN BANQUETERS OF TEN
YEARS AGO. AND THE SOLI
TARY BANQUETER OK LAST
A COMPACT FAITHFULLY KEPT.
Half n scoro of years ago Mrs. lllgelow
kept u largo and fttshlonublo boarding
houso at 23 G reat Jones street. Among her
bonders wero ten gentlemen who had
lived together for many years, und with
whom tho bonds of friendship had become
cemented. Thoy ofton dined together,
and in llttlo parties of two, three, and four
visited tho places of amusement, tho whole
party meeting in thu sitting room before
bed time, and comparing notes of their
day's business nml evening's fun. Tho
breaking out of tho rebellion changed tho
current of lifo of (several of this social
party, and a number expressed thoir de
termination to join tlio union ranks.
I Munv wero thu regrets at tho dissolution
I .1" , ., I. 1.
,, ..,,. . oi wieir irnicrnai rucioiy, nnu u was ue-
iUK bllhJtlrf. elded thiil thev should h.ivn n fnrnwMl
We arc authorized to announce PETER ! dinner on tho evening of September 10,
lbOZ. Arrangements wero niauo accoru-
Ingly by tnulr amiable lioness, .Mrs. iiigc
i low, nnu at eight o'clock precisely, on tin
SAW ti a candidate for Sheriff at the cn-ll
lug November election.
Wc are authorized to announce 1IAMII
TON IKVIN at a candidate for re-election
lotheofflce ofSherilTol Alexaudcr county.
Wo arc authorized to amiounco JOHN
II. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decU
fclon of the Democratic Convention
.The cotton crop of Texas throughout
tho state will average but half a crop.
The Grant whlto party of Clarko coun
ty, Mississippi, is composed of two men.
Secretary Delano's health has im
proved and hu is to bo sent West to talk
for Grant and Wilson.
The fight In Tennesseo for Congress
at Urge between Cheatham, Johnson und
May nurd grows Interesting as It progresses.
Liberal prospects In Ohio aro of tho
most cheering character. Tho meotings
are large, thu speakers able and enthusi
astic, the Bourbon olomant grows less day
by day, and Grant radicals aro constantly
deserting to tho liberal ranks. A hand
some liberal victory In Octobor is Inevi
Chicago, It appears, has not been pur
geu oven uy lire. Quito tho rovorse,
There has been, according to tho guess of
some eminent citizen of Chicago whoso
guess Is reported by a Chicago nowspaper,
an accession of 50,000 to tho population
of Chicago since tho lire.
The English newspapers aro said to be
in a high st&to of satisfaction over the re
suits of tho Geneva arbitration, No
wonder. While all tho moral benefits of
tho deliberations remain whh England,
tho United States Is to recolvo tho pitiful
sum of fifteen millions of dollars, that Is
If anything remains after certain English
claims against tho United States tiro paid.
The English press hag a right to bo jubi
ncctod wl'li his Insurance companies. Ho
will bo nl tho fair grounds this morning
at if o'clock, and will lcnvo this afternoon.
Ho is nnxlous to travol quietly nnd with
out attracting nntlco, having no dcslro to
appear prominently boforo tho public In
nny oincruinn n business capacity.
-nr. uavis iooks younger man no did ton
years ngo. AVo nro told Hint ho Is enjoy
ing oxcollcnl health, nnd his nppcaranco
In tho parlor of tho Gait Houso last night
conllrmod Hint report. Ho is In tho sixty-
mill year ot ms ago, yet his stop Is linn ns
that of a young man and his oyoas bright.
Hn hnd n en no in his hand, but it did not
scorn to bo carried In tho least degrco for
support. Ills hair is cotuidcrnhlv tiravcd
ft medium Iron gray In color nnd his
beard is nlso tolerably whlto, though
that on his temples is still dark
mid iippnrontly but llttlo touched
by tltno. t Ho wears n full board, wlllt n
closoly trimmed mustiche, and this, possi
bly, nided to mako his fnco appear round
er and fuller than wo havo seen it in a
long tltno. Ho Is not quite six feci in
height, of slender build, and his carriage
Is erect mid graceful, his manner kind
and grave, his countenance placid, and
his tono clear and round nnd resonant.
His brow is broad nnd deep, with tho
phrenological location of tho powers of
observation fairly developed, nnd his
whole appearance, whllo not impressing
tho casual observer with tho idea that ho
is n mult of extraordinary powers, still
bears tho stamp of intellect and forco
of ch'iractcr. Ho U not, probably tho
man who would bo selected by ii stranger
from among a thousand others as tho
ropresontallvo of tho extraordinary llfo
which ho has led, nnd thu hero of so many
nnd such great vicissitudes; tho engineer
of tho greatest revolution, rebellion call
It what you plcnso in tho aiinnls of history.
As ho lett tho supper-room nl tho Halt
tho Naslivlllo holols. Next morning,
very early, UrotborMnc want down to tho
holcll to mnko nil apology to Gonornl
Jackson for my conduct in tho pulpit tho
night boforo. Shortly after I passed by
tho hold and met General Jackson on tho
tmvomcnl. nnd before I npproached him
by several steps, hn smiled, nnd reached
out his hand and paid:
'"Mr Cartwrlle, you aro a man of my
own honrt. 1 am vory much surprised
nt Mr Mncrto think that ho supposed that
I would bo offended nt you. llo, sir, I
told him Hint I highly approved your In
depondouco: that a minister of Jesus
I Christ ought to lovo everybody and fenr
' . i t ill I . I 1 1 ... i If T
iiu inoriiii iiinn. i luiu ..ir -uuu uuib 11 x
had n few thousand such independent,
fearless men as you are, I could tiiko old
Imnglno slmplc-inlndcd, outspoken,
uownncht. old-lasliloncd J'etcr Unrl
write at Ocean Covu camp-mcotliig on tho
occasion or l'rcslUont ururt's recent visit
0 LOOMT "j'llOSl'KCTS Tx ENO
(From the N. Y. llrenM )
Wo print on another pago this inoriv
lni n letter from tho London correspon
dent of tho 'Herald' regarding tho gloomy
prospects iilicad during tho comtnlng
Winter for tho hiiirllsh poor. Tlio tolo
crams and innil ncounts recently havo
spoken of tho advance in tho prico of
fuel. ''Coal has gon up," ns tho saying
is. and wether thu mlvanco In price arises
from a falling otf in tho yield, Increased
consumption by tho manufactories, or by
reasons of tho conflict between the miners
nnd their masters, tho fact raiiuilns tho
sumo, that coal has enormously risen in
prico from ttio rates chsreud last your,
Tills of llelf would prove a hardship,
ojifciully to the poorer classes J but thon
tlicro aro other inisMorluncs still more
diitrcssinir. Tho potato crop has fulled
uoi so instnigiit, leaning upon tiionrm ol , otlorrtv throimhout tho british Isles
in tlio turong , p , nccotints from tho agricultural dis
a frlond, nlmost every nyo
followed him. Most of thoso present
wero strangors to him, and many had
nover oven seen him boforo. " Ami this,"
was tho mental remark, in satisfied
curiosity nnd not in disparagement " is
tho man who stood nt tho head of tho
Southern Confederacy hold tho fortunes
and fnto of millions In hi hand' who
wielded n power against which tho tide ol
tremendous war surged for four years in
HKl'UMATINO tilt ANT.
tricU in tho Emrliih shlic is of tho most
distressing character. A writer in ono of
tho niirleuUurnl papers of England est!
mates that 1,C30,000 ncres of tho potato
crop aro nil but destroyed, whllo aiiothor
eouallv uood authority declares thai ho
I "hardly over remembers thu malady so
complete. in iruianu nmi contain uiu
' crop is also blighted, possibly not to tho
sumo extent as in i'.rigitiiui, nui suiucicn
' tly extensive to bo severely felt by tho
I poorer classes In both countries. Tho foot
and mouth di.ene"iunom' thu cattle is an
I other causu fornlarm. Tho disease, which
iniido itsulf manifest to n considerable e.-
I lent last year, has now reapearcd in still
, creator proportions;, in Norfolk, in two
weeks, tho loss in sheep alono amounted
in valtio to over ono hundred nnd twelve
thousand dollars. Taking everything in
1 to consideration, and with thoso facts be
foro us, it Is ovldelit that tho approach of
ANOTHER I.IFE-LO.NO REPUHLICA.V JOINS
THE REFORM RANKS.
Gen. William Birnoy, of Florida, son of
James G. Birncy, tho lirst abolition caudi
datu for president, has written n letter In
which ho repudiates Grant, and thus gives
his reasons lor supporting Greeley :
It is witti pain thut I take this stop. I
uavn ueen an nctlvo member of the J!c-1 wii. r..-.i,i ...ki, r...iin.. nr itmnd
publican pnrty sincu Its orgaiiizition, as 1 I by , poor bllird wori,.0,j ntlli paid
was of its predecessor, tlio Liberal party. , ,ochaiiics, laborors and working peoplo of
Iboronrms fivo.ycnrs to support its pol-j England, Ireland nnd Scotland.
ll'V ! I f-lnpt- 111 lift lirnllfl rnriil nf irn 1 l.i ,if '
-j o-'-j - r-- v. . ...... ,
setvlcu to tho liuiuun race; I ontcrtnlii a'
high respect for Gen. Grant ns a military
COMFORT TO THE GRANT1GHTS.
Tho Buffalo 'Courier' commends tho
following statement of political facts to
tho republican party for i.so during tho
present campaign :
It was William Llovd Garrison who
declared tho constitution 11 "covenant with
It was Goncral Grant who threatened
to tnko his regiment over to tho rebols If
Slavery was interfered with.
It was John A. J Creswoll who urged
Maryland to succdo from thu union In
It was John A. Logan who recruited
flfty-oiio men In Illinois for Beauregard's
It was William Lloyd Garrison who
"thanked God that ho had worked for
thirty yeas to break up tho union us it
It was J ml no Settle, president of tho
Grant convention, who wns kicked out of
thu rebel army for robbing sick soldiers of
It wai tho president's fatlior who got n
pormitfrom his sou to steal cotton during
It was Senator Morton who spoko of
Germans as "thu Dutchmen who nro only
ill to eat cabbage nod urlliK lager."
It was Henry Wilson who took a solemn
onin never to voto lor u uaiuoiic or
It wns Governor Noyes, of Ohio, who
snid that "tho republican party can got
along without thu whisky drilling Irish
It wns Mrs. General Grant who received
a S2o.000 check for "tho go yrliiuel's "
siiaru ill mack i-riday.
It was Oglcsby, of Illinois, who declared
that " ho hoped for n law to sweep tho
Dutch and Irish out of America."
It wns Honry Ward Bucchor who stated
that "Grant know more about hordes than
It was Wendoll 1'hllllps who wroto from
Galena that " Grant is owing several old
whisky bills here."
It was Ben. Butler who said a year ago
"Grant hasn't tho soul of dog."
It was Zack Chandler who staled to
Charles A. Dana th'it " wo never hud such
an ignoramus In thu White house."
It was Robeson who paid u claim of
$73,01X1 over u Inw Hindi! on purpose to
It wn Bullock, nmt govurnor, who
tlolu millions ol dollar.
THE EX-PRINCE OF TOSA.
man, and a warm personal friendship for
Senator Wilson. But tho duty of tho -hour
I conceive to bo to support tho old-,
llmo republican, Horace Greeley. I
'1 no lour years rulo In Honda of men
By tho latest dispatches from Japan we
nru " Informed of tho death of tho Ex
Princu of Tosu. Tho event occurred in
July and his remains wero buried on tho
JtKt'nf llmt (unntli 'Plin Prinpn nf Tnii
calling themselves republicans has put tho ; ,j rei,t 6,nro in tho work of restora
ttatoonlho road to ruin, morally, polit- tic, of tho Mikodo of Japan to his rightful
ically and tlnanclnllv, and most of tho evil
has been done by a confederated bnnd of
United States olliclals, who havo used their
leisure to devote themselves to thu trickery
of statu politics, scizo on tho partv ma
chinery, cumulate stale ofllces in thoir
own hands and in those of their degraded
position as ruler of that country. When
the Sliocun lycsadn died in 185b Tosa was
ono of thogroup of independent daimlo who
desired tlio Hitotsubaslii, known after
wnrds ns Kuiki, should succeed to tho
Shogunale, but tho Regent 11 Kamon-no-
i Kami was powerful enotich to set up his
parasites, and form n legislative ring to ow nominee, Iveinochi, tho Princo of
m.v. . .11-11 iiw.uiu ri'i-vuiiuiuu?. OUIiem- i Kialiiii unil ti-. Irtrfn 'I'nsn with llinilii,
The Now York ' Sun ' reports tlio pro
ceedings of a meeting in that city of cor
tain Grant managers, including Honry
Wilson und Oaks Amei, of Massachusetts.
It was attempted to obtain from Mr. Ames
an explicit denial of tho charges of hav
ing bribed certain members of Congress
with Credit Moblller stock, according to
evidence now before supremo court of
Pennsylvania. A statement contradict
ing tblitostlmony had been prepared for
the signature of Mr. Ames, relieving the
Implicated Congressmen from the serious
ckftrga agslnst their ofBclal integrity ;
Ukt h absolutely refused to tlgn it, and
evening named, tho ton gentlemen entered
tlio dining room und took their accus
tomed seats nt tho table. Each and overy
ono wns then full of life and hope, nnil
tho futuro prospects of each wero tho sub
ject of animated conversation during tho
early progress of thu moal. Speeches
wero made, songs sung, find toasts drank,
and it was not until two o'clock In thu
inorniug that tho party abandoned tho
festive board and sought their rooms.
Ueluro their departure, However, eacli
arose- iu his placo and made a solemn vow
that if ho was living ten years hence, hu
would meet the rest ot ins companions at
8 o'clock in tho same place and dino with
them, us they had diuod thut night. Each
ono was to occupy tho saino beat, and as
nearly as possible- they wero to havo tlio
sumo kind of u dinner. Sincu then thu
house has becomo tho Mnltby houso, un
der tho proprietorship of Mr. J. B. Smith.
ouinu uuvs ayu .ur. oiiiun wut rcqucsicu
by Mr, Edward K. Winship, broker, of
lit Broud street, to prepare u dinner for
ten gentlemen on tho evening ol Sept. 10,
187'.!. Mr. Winship briefly nnrrated thu
circumsiunces ot the contract, and that,
ueing mo cmcsi oi tlio party ot ton, ho
had boen appointed on tho evening of
thoir dinner in lbG- as cbiiirmun.
At precisely 8 o clock last Tuesday even
ing M r. Wiiihhln, tho solo survivor of tho
party, entered the dining room of Maltby
hcuse, and tho doors woro quickly closed
uuniuu mm. .u ono wns thero save
George Benloy, head waiter, and one or
two othor colored wailors. Tho rooms
and tables woro arranged peciselv us thev
woro ten years ago, nnd Mr. 'Winship,
with head bowed und with n saddened ex
pression, took tho same sent which ho hud
occupied yeurs ago. All around worn
empty chairs and empty plates and unfilled
The meal was begun, and tho solitary
banqueter was horved with tho prescribed
courses, Mr. Winship occasionally passing
a word with tho head wuiter. "Poor boys!
'Ihoy'ro all gone, said ho. "Ono went
down in thu .Monitor in Mobila bay,
anothor was drowned in tho mmo wntors.
Two wero shot iu Mobile. Ono lost both
legs by u ball, und tho othor was pierced
inrougn uiu heart. Aiiotnor diod in mil
adolpbia, nnd the sixth died in Nuw York."
Hu said that while In Fobuary last hu was
walking up Broadway ono evening, ho felt
a tap on tho shoulder, and a volco asked
mm whether hn know Mr. . "I do,"
rAt-.ltn.l M. H'l...l.l ill,.. .lt.l ... J
vr,ibv. ., 1. "IJO U1UU III '1
o'clock to-duy." said thu voice. Thnucl:
-Mr. Winship turned quickly upon his
feiiling thu tap and hearing tho voice, ho
was unable to ascertain who it was that
hud addressed him. He afturward learned
that one of tho party of ten had died that
day and at thu hour liiiltpi.in.l m- wi.
shin mid that thu oldot of tho party, noxt
to himself, was only JO.
cial as they nro corrupt, they havo got tho
stuto finances in a hopeless tangle; taxes
nro unequal, ovorywhero oppressive, und
in soma counties equal to tho annual
rental of proporty; delinquent tax col
lectors nro not brought to justice in tho
only honest effort to proscetitu an indict
ment uguinst a member of tho ring, n
rcvontio collector for tho statu senator, for
embezzlement of county funds, tho stale
nttornoy himself wns removed to prevent
his trying tho cause.
Sound republicans hnve again nml again
brought this statu of things to tho notice
oi mo president, who, It l am correctly
imios of Ownri, Hi.on, and Uwnjiina, to
retlro Into privulo mo. in his seclusion
Tosa still continued to work against the
Tokugawa family, for which he seems to
havo conceived a strong nversioli, and af
ter tho coup ttelai in Jnnuary, lWJtf, ho
became ono of tho council of stato which
ws nominated by tho successful party.
In I8C9 ho took up hi residence In Jedd'o,
and since that time to his death took little
interest in politics, revolutionary intrigues
being moro to his tasto thnn tho Inbor of
assisting to resloru thu social fabric. His
chief associates wero dancers, singing
cirls, and tho inmates of tho Yoshiwari,
informed, has always sheltered himself nlld ilU doath by paralysis, at tho compar
uudor tho nchts of patroiiano conceded bv 1 .i,. ,; r niiv.ii.rn. u i.nitn....,i
political usages to I nited htntcs senator.s. I to 1HVn t)een ftccoierute'l bv his devotion
f hero would bo forco in this view If tho 1 10 ttl0 i)oUi nn(1 othCr "cognnto lilcas
prestdent had enforced tlio rulo of j ure5. It i3eQid Hint ho had u seal engraved
tho treasury department forbidding its wllch boro tho legend, "Tho drunkon
subordinates to ho d state othecs; the sus-. prico 0f ti,0 Eouthern sea," nnd ho
pension m una ruio 10 onnniu treasury ol- gcnoj t1(J Chinese scrolls written bv him
leers in I-lorida to liold scats in tho legis- wtll ti10 namei u Drunken old man !"' No
isuiiu uijui , uiutii. w iiiiurvuuiiuii 111 uiu
senatorial elections by tho president. Tho
only hopu of rcsto'red prosperity and
morality to Floridu, it is cloar, lies In tho
defeat by the peoplo of tho president's
speciul friends i and tho only way to cll'oct
this is tlio cordial union of 'nil truo men
under tho libornl republican banner.
Yours, etc., William Birney.
GRANT AND JACKSON.
ORANT AT A OAMI'-MEKETINCl AND JACK
hON AT A CONFERKNCE,
President Grant recently visited a Meth
odist cuinp-meoting nt Ocean Cove, Now
Jersey, llu was recuived with extraordi
nary attentions. A seat upon thu stand usu
ally reserved exclusively for thu minis
tors tlio pulpit, In fact was provided for
mm. uoioro tuo services oegiin, ono "ruv
erond doctor" asked tlio audience to rise
in honor of ills presence, which was done.
no did not remain to near thu preach
ing, his engagements, as was publicly an
nounced from tho stand, or pulpit, forbid
till this is in very 6trikinc contrast with
tho usages of primitive Muthodism.
Take, for instance, tho treatment General
lacUbon onco received from o d Putur
Caitwrilo. It happened in Nuslivillo,
Tennessee, during an Annul Conference,
uiui wiu inciacni is inns iinnuod in the fa
mous fetors Autobiography ;
uoiiuay evening caiuo; tho church
was tilled to overflowing. Evury seat
was crowded, and manv had to stand.
Alter singing and prycr, Brother Mao
(.tho preacher In charge) took his beat In
tho pulpit. I then tend my tuxt,'Vhat
snail It promt u man If hu gain thu wholo
world and loso his own soul?' After
rending iny text i paused. At that mo
ment l saw tienornl Jackson walking up
tho aislo. Ho came to tho middle post,
and very gracefully loaned against it and
sioou, as niero weru no vacant seats.
J ut then 1 fidt somo one pull my cont tall
in uiu stniiii, utiu, turning my lioad my
fastidious preacher, (Brother Man) whis
pering n llttlo loud, said : General .larl.-.
ton has conio in I' I felt u flash of indic-
natlon run nil over mo llko an eleclrio
shock, and, facing ubout to my congrega-
ono blamed him lor nns propensity to
drink, but his associating with dancers
was looked on by many of his country
men as n serious derogation from his posi
Jdgyli has transpired that Mr. Edward
Fostor.jof Boston, dropped dead while rea
ding a newspaper, and a natural curiosity
provnlled to know which newspaper had
so deadly nn effect. It wan discovered to
bo tho Now York Grant f-rgan, nnd it was
filled with nbuso of Horaco Grcoloy.
According to Goneral Harding, of Indiana,
on tho election of Greeley "these suwors
of filth will bo closed and nnd tho occupa
tion of cartoon rnakorstho gone. Tho un
s uspect'ng readers of Radical newspaper
will then bo safe.
SyThcodoro Tilton was nddrcssing a
mooting in Maine, whin n pestiferous
Grant 6tipportor inquired : "Didn't you
write a biogrophy of Mrs. Woodhtill?"
"Yes; what havo you to sny about it?"
"AVhy, It was nit outrageous thing."
"Woil that's prccisoly what Horace Oreo
ley snid about it, nnd ho wns right, when
1 was wrong. What uro you opposing
him for ?"
fS5yA western journal thus alludes to
nn editorial neighbor: "Ho wus too weak
to 'oat crow,' hut sovon columns of govern
ment advertisements each wouk made him
relish 'bull-pup' wonderfully"
fiiJrTho story Hint Grant was drunk at
Shiloh Is not a democratic or liberal re
publican story. It is John A. Logan'a
A Delightful Surprise. Ladies
whoso faces nro clouded by superficial dis-
colorations, and who havo resolved to try
Haoan's Maonolia Balm us n remedy,
have no idea of tho welcomo surprise thoy
will recolvo from tholr mirrors uftorn few
applications of that healthful purifier of
vnu complexion, ii at nil oxcltabie, tnoy
will sereum witli rnpturo on beholding tho
chnngo ; whether tho blemish it is desired
to remove busallowiiess, blotches, pimples,
irecKius, roughness, or nn unnatural junior,
it is bound to disappear undor tho tonic
HOW THE PRESIDENT ok TUB I ATE CON
From the Louisville roiirler-Jouriial.'l
Hon. Jetfor6on Davis, ex-President of
tho late confedoruto states of America, ar
rived in tho city yosterday, and btopped at
the ' Cult House. A number of friends
who hoard of his preccnco hastened to call
nn him, and woro roceivod in n quiet way.
Mr. Davis' appearance in tho hotel attroc
ted considerable attention, though ho tried
to uvoid It in uvory polito way possiblo.
A numbor of tho guoits of tho houso woro
presented to him by his friends,
Mr. Davis' visit has no political dignill
ennco whatoTor. He ii merely en route
to Baltimore and Norfolk on buiinciscon-
Hon, nnd purposely speaking out audibly I operation of this wonderful agent. To say
I saidi 'Who is Gcnoral Jackson 7 If ho ! tlmt tlio blomUli disappears, does not, how-
uoirtcet his soul converted, God will uvl!l convoy nny idouoi uiu eiiectprouuc
damn lilm as uuick as Ho would a Culnm i c,l ''J' "'is culobrnted beuutifier. The un
negro I' sightly lingo, whether dltmsed over tho
"I'ho preacher tuckod his head down I w''ol roiintonanco or in spots, or patches,
uiu squinted my, ami woi,i m, j()tll)t
havo been tliankful for u leave of uboncu.
ii ViV i"KH0" Jackson
nn, .mueu, or laughed right
rioltl 11 ...
the preacher's oxpenlo., iho con-
BrBiiuoii was dismisfod, my clty-itationed
proaehor stonuod nr. ... .!. 'A ,"u."m 11
....... v. .,vn.UU u mine, and vurvsliirn.
iv saiu to nmi 'You aruthu straueest ni.in
1 ever saw, and General fi '
chastise you lor jour l.uolonco before vo
leuvo thu city.' Very clear of it,' I ,nt(i
'for General Jackson, I havo no doubt'
Is replucod by iv uniform, pearly bloom, to
which no ucscriptioti can do jtihtieo.
HE IB TRULY A HTU.MP bl'KAKElt.
AVho, whon talking, exhibits u iiioiithful
of stumps. If you would keen vour dent
al fixtures In perfect talking order, use tho
fragrant Soodont daily : tho rcclpo is
slmplobut sure. (MG-lw.d&w
tTno Dr. Ilenr.v'si M'nrld'a Tonic nnd
It Is the great household remedy, plf asant to
take, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
dlsenMS. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
IliiehuorSarsapartlla. Sold by Druggists
Our Homo Advertisers.
t'QMMIHMION AX1 rOIlWAKIHNU.
jDEA-iiiaia xxr limb
Cement, Plaster Parks,
P Ii A S T K H K U'S II A I It,
no. 71 omo i.F.vr.i:, unheu city nation
ISrror tlm piirpo-o of luiililiug uii a
Wholesale trade III Cairo, I will sell to deal-
it ami contractor In !ol of Ml barrel nnd
upward, at munurnctiirlng prlcee, adtlln,
fnlio. August 10, 187J.
STHATTON & mill),
(Uuccvssora loBtrAtlon, lltidronA Cmrk,)
COM M I.SSI0N M KUUII A NTH,
hi Ohio Loveo. Cairo, Illinois
MlLLKll k I'AHKKK,
l'OR WARDING MERCHANTS,
)KALi:US IN l-LOUlt, COILS
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
8500,000 CASH DTSTKIllUTION?
JIIANJ) GIFT CONCERT
A FIXED FACT.
SEPTEMBER as THE DAY
YOL'll TICKKT8 NOW OH NEVKH.
The vast f.alcs ol tlckefd already inailn. und
the lucri!asng ileiniitnl for them Irom all
ouailers, halti!f determined Hu; Trustees
that the (IHAND It 1" I ('f)Xt'KHT Tor the
beni llt orihe I'l'BI.IC LIBRA11Y OK KKN
TI'CKV, advcrllsed for HATI'RDA Y, SEP
TEMBER "8. 1H7-, idiiitl positively l oinn off
on that day without postponement, the ituin
iigi'lnent now notlllei nil who expect to par-
llelti.'ilu in tlio drawing mat tnoy mould buv
the r lleketi at once. Delav for a few ilnvu
ciiused ninny who wanted tlcketx nt the Con
cert In December lt to go without Ihetll.
Some living In Lntts Uiu waited tmlll sale-
were closed, expecting, no doubt, a post
ponement, anil then otlcrcd illteeji, twenty,
anil even tweiity-lltn dollai-H. lor tickeli
which the day beloro wvtu oll'ercd to pur
chascrf at the regular price. Olhern living
at a dlstiineo sent thousands of dollars by
mail anil cxpres, which got here after falei
were closed, and had to he sent back.
These disappointment need not occur ajraln
II tlio warning now given in iiue season Is
The drawing will begin precisely nt 11
o'clock aiiiruay morning, September iw.
1H7'J. Ill the meat hull of the Public l.lbraly
bullilliiL'.nnd continues until thu one thoiis.
and kIIIh ale all drawn.
General Conunission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
II p. IIciiry'N Itoot nnd Plant PUN.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orKrlpIng en
.Irely vegetable great 1 Ivcr remedy. Trice 15
cents. Isold by Druggists.
Mrs. TCiilteomtt'N Syrnp.
Tlie great soothing remedy. Price on'.y 23
2'iits. Glrcs rest to the mother und health to
Ihv child Sold by Druggists.
Interesting Work, Knlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred anil sixty Pages,
Pi lee 50 cents. Address Dn. Butts' Disitrs
uct, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Ma
' e Advertisement.
W. M. WILLIAMS, -JAH. Kl.NSLHV,
jt Of Vickiburjf, Miss. l.its ol C'in'tl,
W. M. WILLIAMS Jfc CO.,
sl'ECIAI.RAlI.ltOAD, STEAMBOAT AND
lOHWAHIlINO AMI COMMISSION
55, OHIO LEVEE,
B, Rockwkkll Co. DL'onts for tho
,l.,..l . ' Hill,, .f l',nn.l TLI.,,1. r... .1... 1,.I,1I I L
,,, , ' - muuiii -. woiauik .lunula nil ii, u iiuiiu .-
wlll applaud my course: nnd If bn hrnw i.-,...i ...in .n..n,.nn iw,
, t .1 I -M..IIIH - ' J ,.UMlUUn I.M. ULUUIIIIIMtll .1,1.
wiuiiuuin u vu in me, niero nro two this week. Tho drawing will posl
that con ploy nt that game.' tlvelv !, iu v.- na.i. .,a n
ofJenum . Bcknn wn. atnv. . ".' '' '""" u" l"u ' "-
'" ' reiurillinuit inniniln lnl inn. If.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
A Prlvnto i'oiiiiselor to tlio.Mnrrlcil
or thoo about to JUrry, on tlio 1'lijilolyclcal i.n
ttrieiapil rerelotlomoftbe.exual jS,tcw, with t J.n
UltitillKOrerlnln jiroduclng aud irateDtlue cll
I'ring,IreerTlnsth complexion, 4c 6
li . " n' ,';reitlngiork of two Lnmlre l onj
t.i -rP,aR'Vwl,1'nuiiijrouj eDgraTlogs.ao.Icontalin
TtiuaWn Information fjrtho.owlio aro nmrrli'I or
conlemp late marrleRe; .till It U a book that ought
ibot,,"?h.eri!ou,0',nJ ke' aUj DOt M Car '
1 :ri:s ts tcz .rrtinrs asio nrT::rnTi::.
C Before ip Ijlm to IL. ootM-leua yc.cne wto lrerll. Id
rl,.f',B'V.'"l!""'"r'lu'sMl1 or tew'deplorablV rltr
Htlaa atmi, ui.ecu ii.nei ml cuiqut. M Uuli ' u,
l'".-a ipa C-nn pril
r )w 1 l til All c'sskkh nf uorkinu m-o
pl, fithsr ix, )ounK r old, make iniim money
nt work f r Us In their jmr moments or all, tlm
time, llin nt unjthing else, l'nitieulars free
AiMresti (i. fctlaoa.t Co., I'ortlnod, Muni".
JOHN 15. 1MILL1S Si SON,
tHurui-r.ori. to John II. I Mills,)
DKALKltS IN ILAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH -ST. and OHIO LEVE
On Klnhtlifitrpet,belHeciiCoininerelaland Wash
nglon Aveuuec, is uauy receiving
NKW 1M1LLINKHY GOODS
LATKbT FIT.INO AND 8UMMKK HTVLKX.
DosiMts a lull line of
reoisnisriETS & hats
nrmimed nml iintrnnmed,!
FIIIiNOU FI.OWEHH, HIUHON.-I, THI.M51INT.9
of all liiii'li, Laces, etc., e'c.
a largo assortment o
Mrs. McfloH has nlso
1'iiucy Articles, cueh a
NECK T1..S. COLLAnH. UNDKUSLEEVKS,
HUM'S, HAS1IK3, An3,
An I all oihcrnrticlea usually found in a
KIRST.OLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McCif e. In addition to her (dock of Fancy
and Millinery floods, ba u lino and complete as.
sortment ol Cincinnati Custom Made Ladles
nnd Mimea' Hhoes and Children!' Hoots, lllaek
and in Colon. TIii-sh are acknoKledged to ho
tin lines! nnd host hIioos hi tlm market, aLd (til
he i nly place. In tho city that irmkiu them
The Illinois Central Kail Itoad Company now
oiler for rale tho following described loU In tu
Addition to the City ot Cairn, viz I
Lot 27 block M. Lot 21 block 62,
II jj II JJQ II j7 ii 8!
' 6 " W, 28 " 8'.',
0 ' Hi, ' 31 " HI,
i 3 (,2, " 3i ' NS.
orterms.ete, apply to JAMKS JOHNSON,
rYou can buy . six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coileo Sugai' for Ono Dol
lai"; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Primo
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar : Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy -fivo Conts per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately choap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
HALL ID AY BROTHERS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M Kit (! II A N I N.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Ant-ma of
tlllO 1UVKK AND KANAWHA
s-A-iiU? co:m::f .a. :lti:es.
70 Ohio Levf.e,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huucemore to K. II. IlendriCitH Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
wff, I.lheral Advancement mado s52rfy
VS, upon UniiHlKUineiita, dSV
Aro prepared to rccoivo, store and forward
freightH to all points and buy and
noil on commlHHion,
Mriliislneaii atlendod to iiroinptly;
1. 1ST OF (lIFTtf.
7., I). MATIIUKS., K, O .UIII.
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. tit OIIIO LEVKE.
One (Irnuil (ilft, i.'usli.,
Otn (irunil (iitt, Cash,
I (lilts of -',000 each..
. . Stoo.rxKi
, lo.ooi) 41
, !,(Kjil "
, asm "
. 7,000 "
, 0,000 h
. r,(Ks) " '
. H,(l "
, lf,(HSI "
. in,w) "
. I7..VM "
. a Liioi) '
. ityioo "
. 'jo,oi "
Tntal sm (Jlns, nil Gush 9.V)0,ooo
The Concert It-clfulll licthainn-thrlllhint
iirchestml illsplay that ucr occiirrcil In the
West. Ono hiiuilri'il licrfonners, vrtthcrcit
from all parts of this country and Irom
Europe, tiniler tho ilirccllmi of I'rofc-Mir
lla-1, will coiitrlhntu to this nunl inn-leal
carnhnl. Ami In nlloril amplo loiiin for
icrv tlcket'holilerto enjoy such nn tiiiii-iial
mil-leal festival, the Concert will he kIvcii In
Ontral Park, where arrangements have
hecu inaile to nccominoilate all vho may
I'er-ons holilln whole, half or ipi.irter
ticket will hu ailmltleil to hoth thu Concert
ami Drawing, nml none without mch tkkcU
Will he ailmltteil to either.
Whole tickets, hah , e.1 : iiiarter-,
; 11 whole tickets Inrl() ; S7 lor ejiVi;
Mi lor r,v) ; n:i for "is'i for r-J,.'s;
f7."i for ?.i,oii). .VimIIm niint on lc than iVr
worth of tickets nt a time.
In acconlance with numerous solicitation-,
arrangement- havo heen mailu wllli all tin
niilro.ul anil sleainlmat lines leading into the
city for roiiml'trip ticket- irooil for'slx slay-,
to all per-oiis who may wl.h to attcnil t'ln
Conceit or Urawlnir. Mich tickets will he
funilsheil liy the Louisville anil Na-hvllle
Uallroail, the Louisville,! Inclnnatl anil l.e.v
lliton Hallroail, the l.oiil.llle linllanatiolis
ami .Miiill-on liallroad, the Ohio ami .Ml-i-1ipi
Itailroail the Louisville uml Cincinnati
Maillioat Line and the l.oiiivillc,Owciishon
ami Hemler-oii .Mail Mm; I'aekel-.
All nu'ciil" are reipilreil to clo-o sales ami
make their returns in full time to reach this
olllcu by Thur-ilay, September 2.i. To ilo
this Mtcce'-fully iliou locateil at jrrcat ih
talice mud elo-e somo ilavshefore the i'lth.
All tickets to which 1,'lfts arc awanleil will
he paid without ill-count by thu Karim rs'
ami Drovers' Hank, cither Iu currency, or bv
sL-lit ilralt upon the I'uiirth National llmk
of New York, at the option of the hoV.Xc.
Tin) tickets mut lirt bo precnlcil at this
ollli-c, Hoom .No. I, l'uhllc Library Imlldln
before they will be paid ly the bank.
The drawing will bo puhlMicd In the
I.oulvllle ii.tpcrs and N--vv York Herald, nml
olllclal cojiie- sent to purchaser-, to whom
ticket- have been sent by letter.
THOMAS II. llli..llM'.TTi:,
Acent Public Library of Uy., I'nbllc Library
lluildimr. Loui.vllle Ky.
citv ci.kiik'm Orrici:. I
Caiiio, III., Alui'hT'JO, lbT'J. j
Public notice Is hereby given that a special
election will be held on
TUKDAY, TIir.'JtTII.IiAV OF MM-'T, A. II. IsTJ,
In the city of Calm, in tlio Halo of Illinois,
lur thu purpo-o of electing a
to fill the vacancy occasioned by tho death
of .loseph 11. Tu)for.
Tolls will be oiiencil at tho RoilL'h ami
Ready enluu hoti-e, lor thu lirst ami heennd
ward-, and nt the Court Hun-c, for the
third und lourth ward-.
Poll- will open at 8 o'clock a.m., and will
clo-u at li o'clock p.m. Hy order ot thu City
Council. .M. J. Howi.kv, City Clerk.
and rtsnn in
EiaitTH Stiikkt, Rktwekn Wahiiinoto
and Co.msikhciai. Avenuks, '
lil.Jolnlnit UI'leiilioiiHC nnil llamty'N.
Keep the best or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausajfo, elo nd are prepared tonno
clluonit in thu moat ncceutabl e manner,
LIME I CEMENT 1
OA PJJ GIRARDEAU AND ILLIO.
Conimeroial-av., Foot of EIovonth-Bt.
Rest qunllty of Llmo nnd Comont nl
wuys on hand, and for enlo nt tho
vury lo-vost llt'iiros for cash.
tSucccbsor to II. S, HuiTcll.
A N I
OENERAL IIOUSK FURNISHING
Thornton's Jlloek 10th fcticct hut. Comiiici'
cial ami Washington Avenues,