THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2a, 1872.
JOHN II. OIIKRLY, Editor and Publisher.
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tlon price or Uie Weekly Caiuo Hullkti.v
to One Dollar per annum, making it the
cheapest paper published in Southern Illinois
cf New York ;
roa ticx rMMnwT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
v iirrrrx kXT-oovxxsv.,
TV SV!tETIkXT W TTT,
IUM3LL O KAXA.
3iv 3-'i.t mattxt. wzxz SKxrtxis,
rr. lOiMut.virwE'vtxi wens Kmxts
X. A. Ci. WXL'SAX3.
distant about ten miles, where we camped
for tho night. Tho men took everything
about tho placo In tho oating line, and for
ago enough to feed five hundred horso,
mougn 1 stepped off and wont homo tnat,
night, and back noxt morning. Somo of
the men swore they would burn tho 'Trib
une' office and about one block of otbor
buildings before a week. Wo then moved
to tho farm of John 11 r ad Icy (a brlndle,)
whero wo camped for two dayt, until thoy
plnndored and took all ho had. Dodion
then tald thoy would havo to movo on to
some other brindletail's, and oat him out.
Alter that we moved to the farm of old
Stuart, and commenced on Mr. .1. T.
Wharton, killed tho stock, and captured
all tho eatable and everybody' cattle
that they could And (for tho owned none
themelve), and our general order were
not to take anything from a mtnitrel or
Clayton man only from the Lrlndle and
democrat. Alter finding out I wa not
legally turorooneu, ana they could not
bold me, 1 concluded that 1 would tay
THE CREDIT MOBILIER.
DENIAL FROM DAWKS WILL THE ACCUSED
COXORKSSMAN FACE THE TESTIMONY.
From tho Syracmo .'Journal.'
Pittsmeld, Mass., 8opt. 11, 1872.
My Dear Kooeks. I thank you for
denouncing as a falic libol tho chargo of
thaNew.lork Sun,' 10 far as I am con
corned. Neither Oaket Amc or any
other man, dead or alivo, ovor gavo mo,
directly or indirectly, a penny of tho
tock of tho "Credit Moblllcr," or of any
other corporation In thi world. I novor
ownod a dollar of any itock or any prop
erty of any kind that I did not pay
the full value of, with my own money,
earned with my own labor. Truly
your. II. L. Dawks.
tFrom the New York 'Tribune.'
At last wo havo ono moro utteranco on
tho Credit Moblllcr scandal. Mr. Jamo
tt. Ulaine ritmily declared the ctorv of hi
ownership in the Credit Mobilier baseless
GK"i32u2C VT. "sVXLL.
tC Ttcr; Or.-i5j.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
Wk are aulhorired to announce Mor
us B. Wiz.it &j a candidate for City
Treasurer at tie emuiDg charter election.
We are authorized to announce C. K.
5 LACK as a candidate for the office ofClty
We are authorized to announce It. A.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for City
We are authorized to announce JOHN.Q.
HABMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce H. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
FOU COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We arc authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
Wo are authorized to announce. P. H.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce. PETER
SAW as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
log November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON HtVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff oi Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
" v uuHura tun. a nviim lull . . a
hfe mi HPh mik. f ifci.rino .K.r and croundlcM, saying ho never owned a
and Informed them that 1 was colnc home. I ollr ,in the company in hi life, elthor
Tteytold rae itiat 1 was at litTtv to c 1 V, " ' iui.mij.
bat I wsld have to suffer the' conse-, gentleman to Jwhoso word we
caa5a gave we to unde-stand that ' rc,RJ to accord greater weight-ays
-v win ?f iv "neither Oakcs nor any other man
ai I tkcat it advlfable to Teave the I or alivo, over gave me, directly pr
cocaUT. and K-vvoJiaclv moved to Little '""'"ViV . " , V'"3 iuu f. " m
Kvk. I jwaW tell snw oa them than ?rodit Mobillcr,' or of any othor corpor
Vt tv? X tV? t? iv--, vw rtf atnm in this world.
iHVA T in tVbi- ' Gentlemen, this will not do. Mr. Oako
1 v. ..a.. v...i . na... . J-j Ames, lone a renretentatlvo in concrus
art aa tbMnvev wy and fw MaMachusett and reputed a man of
tV.r w.iall j. RttiiA j . van weann, wroio luai 110 noo piacca a
3-t ii k.usft :Ut U and the 'Trib-! Sunlity tot the tock of tbi Credit Mo
t. jf.K ..r,v! t,t ?f t.a-. ,Wlier. whereof he was a roator mind.
& ,tcMn it,J t w.rrA tliM-' '-amonc concrcssmen, whore It would do
1U ii It SAT- at bom where 1 let'er, giving tho scan.
w.-i-j..-, ott. T niJiWmMM dalous details of this wholesale bribery in
aeavit W aJ 1 vocld aaVe a full 1 hif own hand writing, was produced In tho
tacj.ir,(rt.l at riwi to all ibeir daronaWe maentineu. sworn to, ana otuorwiso
J.1.-CI tni of villaiav. I was coa- confirmed. On it back way noted the fol-
iro a rasuvi, .c: I aat it the- J lowing list, sworn to a tno list ne Had
r.iiirMr suiersuxii rtat after all their I STeu to a stockholder of the porsons with
POPE COUNTY, ARKAN
CONFESSION OF WILLIAMS AND
ONE OF DODSON'S MILITIA.
THE MURDERING SCHEMES CON
COUTED AT LITTLE ROOK.
REV. J. M. P. IIICKERSON IN AN
OTHER L.YTTKK DEFENDS
THE PEOPLE OF POPE
AND BLAMES DOD
Tho Little. Rock 'Gazette' says there is
but little additional new from Popo
county, It is stated that General Unburn
tent a detachment of hi guard to Dover
on oaiuraay, ana tnat everything is quiot,
with a fair promise of peace.
Wo tnke tbo following confossiun from
Saturday evening' Little Rock 'Journal,'
and the letter which follows from the 'Ga
zette' of Sunday :
On the eighth instant, Williams niado a
confession before several persons, among
whom was Mr. M. A. Henthorno, who
gives us the following notes of what ho
stated: "Mr. Williams czpressed a great
desire to make a confession. He said he
had been an instigator of the troubles in
Pope county, and deeply regrettod having
acted any putt in them. Ho did not blamo
the men for shooting him, for ho shot at
them first, and did not desiro them mo
lested, whether by law or otherwise. Ho
had ordered his men to go home, and
never return again, and said that Dodson
and Uphara had better disband their men.
He wished some one would toll them novor
to como about him again. If they should
come to see him, he would adviso them to
disband their men, for there was no ne.
cessity lor their presence, or for martial
law in Popo county. They wore only
making a bad matter worso. Ho affirmed
that the affidavits of Perrv Davis and v.
O. Cox, a published in tbo Ruicellvllle
lritune1 were correct. He oinremnri
wish to say moro and make further disclos-
ures, ouv was suffering such intense mis
ery that ho could not continue.
CONFEtSIO.V OF A DODSON MILITIAMEN,
The following loiter, from a member of
Tln1An'a ntlte!.. - r t . 1
Littlk Kock. Sept. 14. 1872.
Editors Gazette : On Th
Ding, the 6tb day of September, 1872, 1
was ommoned by one of Dodson' men to
appear at Perry station on tho following
morning. I told him that I would not go.
Ha then told me that I would be made to
go 5 that they were summoning every man
In the countv. and that thov all had to go.
I tben told him I would be there, although
I bad to walk about eleven mile, and left
mv wife dek at homo, with nobody to
taka care of her ; but rather than bo made
fa I wont, and thero met about one nun
red and tfty men (comcrlpt) under the
onauDd of the asiassln Dodson. That
7ff47 Bt we marched to Mr. E. Potts',
it.i.vir o-.-ck and sldsiht murder, I 00
fo YeJose, or syjapithire wiih any such
rQltu.1. Tars Tour for KcroRM.
AVorKii LrrrtK tkom hickkrsox de-
TENDINO THE TEorLK.
The following letter from Rev. J. M.
P. Hickerson explains itself. We givo it
as a part of the history of these Popo
cocnty troubles :
Little Rock, September 14th,
Editors Gazette As a citizen of
Pope county, and a one well acquainted
personally with the parties, I proposo to
examine the character ot somo of those
involved in tbo Pope county troubles. It
would bo unpardonablo "in mo to say
nothing on this subject at thi timo.
Therefore, to tho thousands with whom
I have been so Intimately associated as a
traveling minister In north Arkansas, and
to the church of God in Tennessee, Ala
bama and Arkansas, by whom I have
been so lone honored a a minister and
presiding offlcor, I would say that durine
the last fow years my general health has
oeen so precarious mat 1 navo dono but
littlo itinerant labor in tho church : and.
on the fifteenth day of January, 1872, I
accepted a position lor a tew months as
deputy cloric oti'opo county. It was a
meat and bread question with mo thero
was no politic in it. I remained in that
office until the thirtioth day of August, at
which timo I was discharged fur tho fol
lowing reasons: After Wallaco H. II11-
cox, county cleric, and a. W. Dodson,
sheriff, and W. A. Stuart, tho school
superintendent, and, on the eighth day or
July, so brutally burdered two of tho un
armed prisoners thoy had in charge, they
fled to Littlo Kock to cot martial law de
clared. They represented to bis excel
lency that civil law could not bo enforced-
that no civil officer in the county was
safo in tho discharge of hi official duties,
etc. Tho citizen of Pope county sent mo
to the executivo with a different mesago.
I performed my mission and returned.
No martial law was tho result. Tbo sher
iff and clerk refused to como back to Do
ver to take chargo of their offices without
troops to braco them ; said the country
was full of armed men in rcsistanco to
civil process. In tho moantime I had as
sured his excellency, by private letters
two or three times each week, that thero
were no troeps In tho county.
Govornor Uadloy ent Goncral A. W.
Bishop to Popo county to examino and as
certain tho facts, and report to him. Gon
oral Bishop and mvsoif traveled alone.
unarmed, to tho different townships and
public places in tho county. Wo found
noposses ot armou mon, and my messago
and letters to Governor Ilndley were sus
tained. The next step taken to get mar
tial law was to closo the clerk's office.
Hickox ordered mo to close it; said it was
unsafo for mo to remain in it and do tho
work. I told him I had no fears. lie
orderod it closed. I kept it open and done
all the business for a month or six weeks
during which timo General Bishop was
in uover. ina on tno murium: tnat
General Bishop was to addross the citi
zens of tho county in tho courthouso at
Dover, Wallaco U. Hickox camo
to my rcsidenco about daylight
and ordered mo to lock all tho doors of tbo
courthouso and not lot Bishop enter it.
Hold him Govornor Uadloy had sont
General Bishop to tho county and 1
thought ho oucht to have tho court-house
Hickox iworo Bishop had no business in
tho county, and should not speak in the
courthouse. Ho left, and at the procor
timo I oponed tho courthouso and gavo
General Bishop admission. About tho
fifteenth or twenty-first of august, Dodson
and Hickox camo to Dovor and nailed up
all tbo doors of tlio courthouso oxcopt one
locked that ono and left. Hicicox then
sont certain parties with doeds to be recor
ded, thinking that I had been fastened out
and Hickox could then report to Gov
ernor Uadloy that tho ofilco was closed,
that his deputy could not fcol secure in tho
offiico and bad sont deeds and mortgages
away without filling or recording the
samo. But. to hi surprise. I took tho
doeds, unlocked tho door with tho dupli
cate key ho guvo mo when I first went in
to tbo ofilco But which ho had forirot-
ton I fillod tbo deeds, nnd sent tho man
away. Hero ho wa foiled again. On tho
thirteenth day of August Hickox came,
laid his pistols on a table by his sido In
in tho cloark's office, and abused mo to bis
heart's content, for not assisting him and
uouinn in gotting martial law, and said 1
had rulnod the Republican party in Popo
county, and deserved to die. Thon ho
discharged mo from tho ofilco, nnd on tho
next day Messrs. Dodson, William and
mcKox camo and removed the rocordi nf
of the county at which time Hickox wa
Now. the oucittnn W hrtnn n car ml i-va In
f ------- vvii uinv.u uiv 14
thi city: Who are Reese H. IWInn. W.
whom ho had placed thi itock:
Itlaine, of Maine
rattcrsou, of New Hampshire
Wllon, of Massachusetts
Painter, (Hep.) for Qulgley
S. Colfax. Speaker
Scotield nnd Kelly, of l'cnn., each.
EUlot, of Massachusetts
Dawex, of Masachti?etts
Fowler, of Tcnneseo
lkmtwell. of MnssachusettH
Bingham and Uarflcld, of Ohio, each.
. , .2,000
. . .2,000
. . .2,000
Indorsed : Oakkh Ames, .Ian. 30, IStiti.
Accompanying this revelation camo a
vatt mass of confirmatory evidonco. Iti
all of record, in proceedings duly hold be-
foro an examiner in the supremo court of
Pennsylvania for tho Eustoru District
Moro general denials will not meet this
case. Till Mr. Ames is forced on tho
stand by tbeso gontlomen, whoso good
names aro thus asporscd, tbo public will
believo they daro not face tho testimony
that would follow.
Meanwhile, we invito tho attention of
our reader totbis furthor statomont, mado
editorially in the 'Sun' :
Ono of our reporters visited ono of tho
moro conspicuous mombers of congress
mentioned In Mr. Oakes Ames' list, and
this member admitted to him that, so far
as ho was concerned, tho fact was so. In
addition to this testimony wo now liayo
that of another prominent republican in
tbo bouse of representatives, who baa per
sonally informed us thatt'n the latter part
of 1867 the provoiition to allot to him a
portion of Credit Mobilier itock was made
to mm by a member of the vreait Moouier
Vompany, and It wa declined. This agnnt
aid to our Informant: "All your frionda
aro in it;" and allowed him a list of name
written on a paper, saying: "These are
thefenators and members who havo an interest."
Now notice tho most that, up to this
hour, the most unscrupulous of tho ad
ministration organs has boon ablo to say
Having had all thoir other fabrications
knocked on tho head, thoy have con
cocted somo stupid falsehood about Credit
Jiomiier snares, and uakes Ames, or Ames
Oakes, or something of that kind and
call upon the persons concerned to answer,
Tl 1 1 i . 1. . r ...111
a u tmnieBuy uopu iuu emu pursuits win
do nothing of the kind.
xnatisalll An atlcctiou ot ignorance
(or is it genuine?) about one of tho best
known men in congress, and ono of tho
leading builders of the Pacific railway;
and an exhortation to its peopio to maxo
no defense t It is not natural to infer that
thore is no defense to mako? For here is
tbo candidato of the Grunt party for vico
prcsidont of the Uunitcd Stntos arraigned
by a congressman from his own state for
having been bought with a bribo of stock
in a company whose interests dependod
on his legislation. How can he keep silent
under ft chargo of that gravity from a
sourco of that respoctnbility ? How can
he fail to demand an investigation 7 Uow
can hobo held innocent if he do not?
HORACE GREELEY AND
u. u. roynter, John F. Halle, William
o. oung, ueneral Franklin, John Young
and Perry West? What sort of men are
they Are thoy not thieves and outlaws ?
In roply to those Intorogatlons I answer
most posit voly and plainly, No, sir, they
aro not thieves nor outlaws. Take them
altogether and thoro cannot be found a
nobler sot of young men in any town'in tho
Stato. They aro high tonod and manley;
attend strictly to their own business; are
all law-abiding and peaceable men. They
aro not coward ; but wbon either of thorn
think his life I only to bo saved bv
taking the life of an adversary, I nm of
uie opinion either of them would bo
uaugcrous me. borne of them are mer
chants of Dover others aro farmer, somo
01 tnern nave nico families, and other aro
ingle mon. Some of them are mon of
nno outmost qualifications, and omo of
tumu ro superior in every respect to
many Stato official! and I am proud to
say they are my friend.
J. M. P. HICKERSON.
From tho New York Sun.
The following correspondence hat
passed between Honest Horace Greeley
and many leading colorod citizens :
The Hon. Horace Greeley :
Sin As citizens of tho republic whoso
rights havo boon securod through tbo in
strumentality of associations with which
you have been prominently and intimatolv
idontifiod in tho past, religiously respect
ing tho rights of all other citizen while
zolously cuardlne our own, and desirlnc to
manifest our appreciation of that recon
ciliation of which you aro tho living repre
sentative, and which must precede the
lasting poaco and prosperity of the
country, wo take tbo liborty to request
that you inform u what will bo tho policy
of your administration toward the colored
pooplo of the country, in tho event of your
election to tuo prcsiaoncy 01 tno united
Wo havo the honor to be, very respect
fully, c, w. U. Saunders, Himuol
Scottron, J. W. Gloucester, C. B. Rny,
James O. Mathows, Matthus Robinson,
Goo, U. Slddons, James Hammond, Honry
Jones, 0. F. Loudon, Harvoy Mobloy,
iionry nay nor, j, a. Thomas, a. w. A1
Do Leon, Thomas Shortor. Walter Sorrol),
Sr., Jno. W. Jonos, Wm. U. Smith,
Augustus Blackstonc, Phillip Williams,
J. F. Mobloy, Philip Sheppard, J. B. nar
den, John Warilold, James Boone, Wm.
T. J. Hayes, 0. F. Taylor, Michael
Thompson, Isaac II. Hunter, Rob't. Jack
son, J. L. Ranier, Isaac Jones, Jonn Leury,
Honry Wilson, E. II. Wricht, Carles F.
Dal ley, James n. Parker, Nelson Crosf,
Rob't. Brlstor. Henry Williams. Joseph
Cole, Alfred S. Chamber, Wm. Webb,
Chris. A. Fleotwood, Isaac Stowart, John
M. Davis, Joseph Groono, Samuol Murnh v.
Jamos M. Scott, Wm. J. Thomas, Goo. W.
nation, anu many others.
HOItACE OKEELEY'S RKl'LY,
New Vouk, Sept. 0, 1&72.
Gentlemen I havo yours of tho 7th
Inst., to which 1 mako prompt and brief
reply. Should I be choson president I
should of coursotako a solomn oath to re
pect and obey tho constitution of tho
United States. That noblo Instrument
recognizes no dettlnction between citizens
of tho United States based on color, and I
should be governed thereby. I should not
especial y favor one race or another, but
I should use all tho power of my office to
uphold and enforce the equal ricks of all
citizens, whethor white or black,
n. r uI'r' J,0RC Greeley.
To Messrs. W. U. Saunders and others,
In Monroe county, Wit, all the repub.
llcan county officer, Including County
Judge Steebe, has gone over to Greeley,
THE BOYD MYSTERY,
AQLtMEMNO LtOHT SUPOSEI) ESCAPE OF
BOYD TO UEORUIA.
Wa lift a I tin t? tnvft11n lt'Ati atirt
v w un Vm mnj m nv 4a uua t iiiu a t ar ituu
Herald' of Sunday, but little to add of an
Important or satisfactory character rela
tive to the Boyd affair, though thero it
till much speculation in regard to many
of tho details. Curiosity is stilt eager to
xnow tne procuo truth of the wuoio transaction.
Thero bolng no longer a question In tho
minds of any ono who has road or hoard
tho facts already. In regard to Boyd's
ruso and escaped tho Iqnutry now is,
whothor tho two witnesses, Rcngun and
Bnd Honsley, wore privy to tho plot in
cluding tho robery of tho gravo and burn
ing of tho negro's body, tho alleged seiz
ure by disguised men, otc., or whethor
thev woro innocontly imposod on by Bovd
and his confederates in tho mountain, for
fiurpese of establishing tho fact of his bo
ng killed, and of being corroborated by
tho burnt remain.
The acquaintances of tho two men.
many of them, believe thi story and
think it was tho plan ot Boyd to havo
them soizod and tied as reported, so that
thoy might conclontiously givo evidonco
of bis apparont death. This, for the pre
sent, at loast, is tho charitable construc
tion. Othors, of course, havo their own
and contrary belief.
Thora are various report of Boyd hav
ing been scon at different points, going in
tho direction of Georgia. Some havo
conjectured that; from tho horso bolng
discovered in the neighborhood of Mouso
Creok, Boyd was reckless enough to ro
turn to the neighborhood of tho railroad.
Others regard tho apnoarrnco of the horso
In that neighborhood, as corroboration of
Reagan's and Hensley's story, thinking
ono of Boyd's confedorates probably rode
him to that point.
Senator Brown, of Buffalo county, Wis.,
has como out for Groeloy.
Thoro aro C0 Greeley republicans In
Auburn, tno homo of Mr. Seward.
Thirty poraon I the averugo attendance
at rural Grant meetings in Wisconsin.
They can find only 139 Grunt men in
Sauk City, whore Grant's vote four years
ago was 274.
William C. Webb, formerly republican
speaker of tho Wisconsin legislature, bus
taken the stump for Greeloy and Brown.
Alton Warden, of Darlington, a Lin
coln doctor in 1804, is tbo liberal nomi
nee for congress in tho third Wisconsin
Rev. Dr. Aaa Muhan, formerly president
of Obcrlin col lego, has received tho liberal
nomination for congress in tho second
Maino wont for Fromont hi 1850, and
tho chorus of " As Muine cocs, &c," re-
sounded then as it does now till silenced
by tho votos of Indiana and Pennsylva
A Groeley and Drown soldiers' club.
consisting of honorably discharged sol
diers, has been organized in Albany,
Y. Tho organization starts out with two
Wm. 11. Buell, of Clinton, Ct., who was
comptroller of tbo stato under Gov. Buck
ingham, is ono of the substantial republi
cans who havo come out for tho liberal
A correspondout writing from Craw
ford county. Pa., ay thero aro 1,000 lib
eral republicans in the county. It gavo
Grant a majority of 1,800 at tho last presi
Tho indications aro that tho vote cast in
Maine for Kimball this year was greater
than ovor previously nulled for a demo.
cratio candidate. Tho Grant vote is sev
eral thousand less than 1868.
Gov. Jacobs of West Virginia, wroto a
letter which was read at Greeley raeoting,
at Charleston, W. Va.. on Tuesday night
regrotting his inability to bo present
but expressing his sympathy with tho
Mr. David Clark of Hartford, writes in
a sanguine mood to a Middle Haddam
friend: "Fivo thousand republicans in
tbi itato aro with you and mo in this
movement, and wo add moro than ono
hundred to tho roll dally. Wo shall carry
this stato by moro than 10,000."
The gallant Gen. Henry Bertram, tho
commanding officer of tho Twentieth
Wisconsin infantry, is president of tho
Oak Grove, Dodgo county, Greeloy club.
Gon. Bertram was formerly a repuolicon,
but like tho great muss of German repub
licans, ho supports tho liberal and reform
Tho editor of tho Lafayette county
'Democrat' of tho Cth Inst., says : "A gen
tloman from Jancsvillc, Wis., informed us
yesterday that ho personally knows over
ono hundred republicans in that city who
have doclared for tho liberal ticket, whilo
ho does not know a single democrat who
hosltatcs to support Greeley"
Gen. James 1). Morgan, of Illinois, who
commanded tbo second division, Four
teenth corps, and, it was considered at the
time, saved Sh?rman's army on an occa
sion of great emergency, anil who was un
til recently an ardent supporter of Grant,
has como out fiat footod for Greeloy. The
gonoral has long been an earnest republican.
Tho Grant State Committo has fin-
ishod its canvass of this Stato, and tho fig
ures give them 2,000 maloritv for Brown
against Hond ricks, in October, allowing
for 1,800 diberal Republicans in tho
Stato. This calculation is not accurate, as
six counties can be named having that
number of Liberal Republicans, and tho
lowest estimate of tho number in the
State is 0,700. Telograph to Now York
Tim PllllRflolnllin nnrrniinnn.lnnt
41. XT- Vt. .'i J.. .
mo xiuw iorn worm says tuai -ovory in
dication points to Buckalew obtaining a
majority of 30,000 for Govornor in Penn
sylvania, outside of Philadelphia." and
and that that city will increaso it if thoy
can have an honost count of votos. Tho
election of-Buckalew Is conceded by somo
of Grant's most snpanlmiH frlnniln nnrl ll,n
whoio efforts of Simon Camoron aro to
savo, if possible, tho Legislature, which
makes choice of a United Statos Senator.
Wcndoll Phillips, who is Just now
an acknowledged leader in tho Grant par
ty, says that ho hopes Grant will continuo
to be Prosidont .' until ovorv whito man
ovor forty years of ago who lives south of
juason and jjixon's Lilne has boon forover
put under the ground." This is an ad
mirable sontimont,(l)and which ono which
doubtlossly meets tho approval ofovery
good supportor of Grant.
Ve Dr. Henry's World') Toole and
It la the great household remedy, pleasant to
lake, yet poUnt for the prevention and cure of
diseases, u Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
liuchuorBeraaparllle, Sold by Druggist
Dr. Hear jr'a Hoot aad Plant P11U.
Mild yet thoroughno nausea orgrlplng-n
llrely vegetable great liver remedy. TriceiW
cents, Sold by Druggist.
Mr. WblteotBb'a Byrop.
Th great soothing remedy. Price only 35
sent. Qlre rest to the mother and health to
'.ha child Sold by Druggists .
Interutlng Work, Enlarged Edition, New
EngTavlngs, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Piloe 50 cent. Address Pa. Botts' DurEx
uar, j North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
TUE ONLY RELIABLE OlFT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Ij. 3D. BIKE'S
To be drawn Monday, October 71b, 1872.
Onx Grand Capital or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
O.NKl'niZK $5,000 IN SlLVKttt
FivoPrizes 11,000 J
Our Homo Advertisers.
Ton rmos ioo 5- y
Two Family Carriages and Matcchd Horses
wiih Silver-Mounted llarncso, worth $1,.VX
Two Horses and llusgics with Silver-Mounted
HarncKH. worth SKOO each I
Two Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
Six Family Sewing Machines, worth
S100 each I
100O Gold ami Silver Lever Hunting
Wntchu, worth from $20 to g.'JOO each.
Ladles' Gold Leulitlno Chains, (Iciit'H Gold
Vest Chains, Solid awl Doulilcd-l'luteil
SI I vi' j Table nnd Tcatpoonx, Photograph
Album.", Jewcrly, .to., Ac, Ac.
Whole number (Jinn, 10.000. Tickets Limi
ted to W),000:
AGENTS WANTED TO SELD TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will bo paid.
Sinelo Tickets Six Tickets $10; Twelve
Tickets 820; Twcnty-llvo Tickets $10.
Clnulam cnnUiuiDK full list of priici., ado.
criitinii of the manner nt drawing, and oilier
Information Id reference 10 the illairlbuilon, will
b sent to any one ordering tlieui. All letter
muni tie aJdrred to L. 1). BINE, Hoi, S4,
orriri, Cincinnati, O.
101 Went 61I1 t. nor.wAdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized iiy State Authoiuty and
Dkawn in Puiiuc in St. Louis..
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class I, to tie Drawn Sept. 30, 1872.
0,880 Prizes. Amountinp; to $300,000
wJ rates or. 1
O F a n m 1
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets. S2 CO.
Our lotterleH arn chartered by the Etate, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw
Inss are under the supervision of "worn com
mlnnlonera. The offldal drawing will be published In the
Bt. Loul nanera and a copy sent to purchasers
of tickets' r '
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
every month during the year 1672. .
Remit at our riek by posmfflte money order,
registered letter, draft or express. Kend for cir
cu.ar. Addrena, MUHKAY, MILL Ell & CO,,
!'. O. box2ll. 8t. Louis, Mo.
BATCIIELOR'S HAIR DYE.
Tills superb hair dye is the bei-t in the
world perfectly hannlce'S reliable and In
stantiincou. NoilUappoiiitmeut. The gen
uine W. A. Ilntchelor'H Hair Dye produces
Immediately u natural black or brown. Does
not stain thu skin but leave. the hair cleans
eolt and beautiful. The only fafo and per
fect hair dye. Sold bv all dructrlsts. Factor)-,
10 llond street, . V.
Happy roller to young men from the eirects
of errors and abuses In early life. Manhood
restored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
ami remarkable remedies. Hook and crlcti
lars sent free, in scaled envelops.
Address 110 WAItU ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution Inning a high reputation for honor
able conduct ami professional skill.
C'."tfi TA COn Pf ,)Ry Agents wanted
5.;JU lJ PU All cUssea of working peo
ple.eithf rsex, nung or old, make mme money
at work fir us in their spare moments or all, the
tune, than at anything ele. l'ni Honiara free.
Address O, BtlnsouA: Co., Portland, Maine.
On Eighth Btreet, between Commercial and Wash
ngtou Avenues, is daily receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SI'RINQ AND SUMMEU STYLES,
llcsiuea a lull line of
Boasrasnai's & hat3
I Trimmed and untrimmed,)
FltENOU PLOWEKH, It III HON d, TRIMMINGS
nf all kinds, Luces, etc.. etc.
Mrs. McOeo hai also a large assortment o
Fancy Articles, such an
NECK Tli',8, COLLARS, UNDER.HLKKVKH.
ItUFFrj, HAHUK.S, FANS,
And all other articles usually louuil in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOeo, in addition to her stock of Fauoy
and Millinery (Inods, has a fine and complete as
sortment ot Cincinnati Custom Made Ladles
ind Misses' Bhoes and Children' UooU, lllaek
ami In Colors. These are acknowledged to he
ho finest and best shoes In the market, and thi
ho tnly place In the city that makes them
HtSYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
ery thing proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
COMHIMMION AND rORWABDIHG.
Ckmkkt, Plabtkr Paris,
SO. 71 OHIO I.KVEE, VNDEIt CITY NATION-
CirFor tho ptlrpoeo of building up u
wholcsnlo trade in Cairo, 1 will sell to deal
em and contractors in iota of DO barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. August 13, 18712.
STiATTON & BIRD,
(Bucce9tora toHtratlon, UuiUoaJk CUrk,)
57 Ohio Loveo. Cairo, Illinois
MILLER Si PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR; CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ton PAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lcvcc, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
8500,000 CASH" DISTRIBUTION?
fiRAtfn cum rnvfiflDw
A FIXED FACT.
SEPTEMBER 28 THE DAY
YOUIt TICKETS NOW Oil NF.VEH.
Tho Vnt Hale ()l tickets already inniln. ntnt
the Increasing demand for them from all
quarters, ImWiu? determined the Trustee.
that the iiiiami un i' i.umjkict Tor the
benefit of the PUItMC MUKAUY OF KKN
TUCKY, ndvcrtlscd for SATURDAY, SEP
TK.MHL'ft i$. 1872, shall positively come on"
on that day without postponement, the man
agement now notiilcN all who expect to par
ticipate in the drawing that they should buy
their ticket at onco. Delay for a few day
caused many who wanted tickets at the Con
cert In December lout to go without them.
cuinu njiiiK hi juiiisviuo waueu until cnica
were closed, expecting, no doubt, n post
ponement, and then oflcrcd fifteen, twenty,
anil even twcnty-llvo dollars, for ticket
which tho day beforo were offered to pur
chacri at tbo regular price. Othcra living
at a distance sent thousand of dollar by
mall and express., which got hero after sales
wcro clokcd, nnd had to bo sent back.
These disappointment ncctl not occur again
If the warning now glvcu In duo season Is
Tho drawing will begin precisely at 0 I
o'clock hatiininy morning, Hcpteinber SW, U
mi-, in nm Krcui nuii me I'uiiuc Liuraiy
biilldlng,anil continues until the ono thous
and guts nru an drawn.
Gonoral Commission Morehant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. tVH.LlA.Mfl, .Jas. Kinhlky,
Lain of Ylcksburx, Miss. Late ol Uiu'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
Sl'KCIAMtAlI.UOAD, StEAMHOAT AND
KOKWAltDINO AND COJIJIISSION
OS, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PIILLIS k SON,
(RuceVssor to John II. I'lillln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
he nun A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
tUIO HIVEK AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Huccessors to E. D. Hendrlcas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
VVS Liberal Advancements made
IPs upon OanBixnment. sSH
Are prepared to receire, store and forward
freight to all points and buy and
sell oa commission,
WMualnesa attended to promptly;
Z. D, MATHUB8., X. O .UI1L
MATHUSS Si UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Gift, Cash
unc uranu um, tasn.. . .
t Gifts ore-.'.OOOeneh....
. t! 1,000
Total I,00f) (ilO, nil Ci-h $.Vsi,isi0
The Concert ltelf will be the most brilliant
nrchetrl ilUnl.iv that ever occurred In the
West. One hundred iicrfonners, gathered
from all i.irtM of thu country mid from
l.'.ar.t.i.i iixiln tin. .Itr.mf li.i M.t lr,tr..-h.,
iln-t, will contribute to tliU grand musical
carnival. And to nlfnrd amtilc room for J
everv tlcketholder to enjoy such un tliiUMial f
mu'Ic.'il festival, the Concert will be given In ',
Central ritrK, wliere arrangeiucuti Jiav :
been made to accommodate all who may
l'eixini lioldlug whole, half or ouartcr
and Drawing, and none without Mich ticket
will be admitted to either.
MticR op TicKirrs.
Whole tickets, IJ10; halves, $5: quarters
f-2..V); 11 whole tickets lor ?l(Xl; S fur -J.Vi;
M for :) ; un for 1,000; ' forS'J,);
575 for f.'i.tssl. Nodi-count on Ic than ?!()
worth oftlrkeU at a time.
In accordance with numerous solicitation,
arrangements, have been made with all the
railroad atnt steamboat lines leading into the
city for munil'trip tickets good for six days
to all pcrou who may wish In attend the
Conceit or Drawing. Such ticket will be
fitrnl-hcil by thu Louisville and Nashvllli;
Railroad, the Uiui'Vllle, Cincinnati and Lex
ington Railroad, thu Louiivllle Indlanaiiolis
and .Madi'-on Itnilroad, the Ohio and .Missis
sippi Railroad the Louisville and Cincinnati
M:illtio:it Llnu and the Louisville, Owcnsboro
and Henderson Mail Line l'acketx.
All aucuU are required to close sales and
mako their returns in full time to reach thlv
olllco by Thursday, September 25. To do
this successfully tlio-c located at great di
tJineei inii-t closo some days before tho Uitli.
All tlckcU to which cifts nru uwarded will
be paid without discount by the KarteLI
and Drovers' Hank, either in currency, iaTiiv
sight draft upon thu Fourth National Hank
of New York, at the option of the holder.
Thu tickets must llrst be presented at tills
olllce, Room No. 4, l'ubllc Library building
before they will be paid by the bank.
The drawing will be published in the
Louisville paper and New York Herald, and
f j til c i nl copies sent to purchasers, to whom
tickets have been sent by letter.
TIIOMAN K. IIK.i Jf LETTi:, '
Agent Public Library ofKv., Public Library
, HtllMlnir. Louisville Ky. l-fieod.V-vrtw
CITV Ci.i:kk' OPFICK. I
Caiuo, 111., august io, j
Public notice Is hereby given that a special
election will be held on
TUEIUY, THK-'lTli;UAY OP SKI-'T, A. It. 1S72,
III the city of Cairo, In the state of Illinois,
for the purpose of electing a
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death
of Joseph It. Taylor.
Polls will be opened at the Hough and
Heady engine house , lor the llrst and second
wurds, ami at the Court House, for the
third and fourth wards
Polls will open at 8 o'clock a.m., nnd will
close at 0 o'clock ji.m. Ry order of the City
Council. JI. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
AND DULia IN
EiaiiTii Sthkkt, Bktwekn Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
AiIJoIdIbk Kl'lenhouae and Ilannj'a.
Keep the best or Ileof, Pork, Mutton Veal,
Lamb, Sausage, ete., sail arn prepared to strve
citnens in tlio most aecoplabl e manner.
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIACK
Coiumorcial-av., foot of Eloventh-at.
Boat quality of Lime and Comont al
ways on hand, and for sale at tho
vory lovest llguros for cash.
Successor to li.S, Harrell.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHlNOj!
Thornton's lllock 10th street bet. Commer
cial and Washington Avenues,
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