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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1872.-WITH SUPPLEMENT.
'lOHN H. ORKKLV, Editor and Publisher.
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLETIN
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tlon price of the Weekly Caiho Huu.ktis
to One Dollar per annum, making it the
of New York ;
ton vim rBwiniNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
WOK SECRETARY OP STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF lUMLlC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATIC TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANFHlKR.
FOR ATTORNEY OVNKRAL,
JOHN B. EUSTAUE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
14 LI SMITH.
FOR CLERK SUPREME
DAVID A BROWN.
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WO CLERKOF SUrKKMK tuum-'" I
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL, ,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
- FOR SENATOR,
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q..
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at the enulng election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. AV.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce P. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the entulmr. November clcetiori.
We arc authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Shcrin at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVTN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ot Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
U. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the dccl-
slon of the Democratic Convention
There was a rousing meeting at Anna
Friday uight one of tho largest and most
enthusiastic of the canvass. The meeting
-was addressed by Judge Allen.
A paper which Is printod by ono of
Grant's hired liars a postmastor says
that Horace Greeley said at Pittsburgh
"I demand that tbore shall be an upon,
free discussion boforo tbo southern people.
If, after an honest, unterriUed, uncon
strained vote, the people of tho south say
they want disunion, I will consent to it."
Greeley said no such thing, and nailod
the lie in his Cincinnati speech, which we
hope every votor will read.
Col. Martin, late proprietor of tho Pa
ducah 'Kcntucklan,' and preiont. Demo
cratic candidate for Congress in tho First
Kentucky district, is making a brilliant
canvass, although opposed by quite every
newspaper in the district. In what man
ner he excited tho hostility of tho press,
we are unablo to say. Wo only Utiow
that he is bitterly assaultod from that
Quarter, and as bittorly attacks. Tho
Colonol is an ablo gentleman, a forciblo
speator and a thorough Democrat, The
voters of tho First 'district might do a
great deal worse thing than olect thu Col
onel to Congress. Wo do not know, in
deed, that, in tho present issue of aflalrs,
they could do bettor.
MR. WEBB'S WITHDRAWAL.
A number of our Radical friends pro
fess to draw great comfort from the fact of
Mr. Webb's withdrawal from tho contest
with Mr. Pope, for tho office of County
Attorney. They aisumo that Mr. W.'s
withdrawal was due to apprehensions of
defeat. The gentlemen wero nover moro
mistaken In their lives. Mr. Webb was
confident of a triumph. Thu result was
in no doubt whatever.
Tbo true reason for Mr. W ebb's
withdrawal was the fact tliut tho duties
of the office would be manifold and labori
ous and tho compensation trifling. His
acceptance of a seat In tho Legislature,
and bis continued absence from home,
baring destroyed hit regular practice, ho
fait that it was a duty he owed to hltnsolf
to consider the emoluments as well as the
honor of the position. In this view of the
matter be felt constrained to withdraw
from the canvass. Ho never anticipated
a defeat folt no apprehensions on that
core, and bad nn occasion to do so,
FRENCH BLOOD STILL BOILING.
The French cannot repress their hato of
UirMQueror. Indwd.tbe bitterness en-
I fcjrtaelr .defeat ha caused them
to forgcl tholr prc-vorblal courtosy, and to
commit nets out of all"keoplng with their
established character for polltenoii.
Yfe have It now that Count Von Ato
rlen, has been compelled, becnuto intllg
nltlet hown him, to tendor bis resigna
tion a German Mlnlitcr to tho French
It Is difficult to bellovo that tho French
have been guilty of an open act of Impo
liteness to tho German Minister, but it is
highly probable that they have not taken
caro to disguise their hostility towards a
nation that humbled tho lilies of Franco
in battle. It will tako time to assuago
such mortification. Frenchmen are proud
of their national valor, and havo just causo
to be. All modern history glows with
recitals of their martial courage and bril
liant victories ; and to havo tho bright
honor of pro-omlnotit prowess snatched
away from them causes tho cheek of every
Frenchman the world over to mantle with
ihame and mortification.
If Count Von Avorlen's resignation Is
accepted, Germany will, of course, retali
ate, by leaving tho embassy to Franco va
cant. "DOWN ON THE DUTCH."
Evidoncos rapidly multlpy that, boforo
tbo lapso of another four years, tho Kadi-
caI nnrtv1 f (lilt rnlinfi-t-'wtll rncnlvn It
i J - "
self Into a Know Nothing organization of
the most posltivo And intolerant charac
ter. Indications of this fact can bogathorcd
from tho editorials of tho loading Radi
cal papers in all parts of tho country,
from tho utterances of Radical orators,
Restricting our remarks to Southern
Illinois, wo desire to call attention to a
speech rocontly dolivered by Col. W. R.
Brown, a representative Republican, in
tho town of Metropolis, In Massac county:
Said Cnl. Brown, referring to tho canvass
n Massac county: "Wo havo in this
county n romarkablo canvass. Tbo offi
ces of Shoriff and Circuit Clerk aro to
bo filled. Tho candidates on tho Repub
lican sida aro two native Amorlcans ; on
tho Liberal side two Dutchmen. I need
not ask my fellow-countrymen which
they will choose. It would bo strange
1 indeed, in this American country, if
' among natlvo born bitizens wo cannot
find mon to fill American offices. We
1 want no Dutch ; and that will bo tho vor
'diet of tho people on tbo 6th day of next
'We havo not given tho exact words of
Mr. Brown, but to the spirit of his re
marks wo bavo boen faithful. Ho clearly
indicated tho purpose of the Republican
party, and no doubt intended to do so.
Put it down then : The Republicans of
tho country are drifting into Know Noth
ingism, and In 1876 will throw their ban
nor to tho breeze : " Americans shall rule
' America: Death to tho Dutch I"
A AVEAK DEFENSE OF A DIS
In his speech in the Wigwam In this
city on Friday night last, Davo T. Lino
gar, Esq., ono of tho Grant doctors for tho
Stato-at-Largo, defended Grant's San Do
rnln'go schema in tho following somewhat
original manner :
" The doctrine of tho Democratic party
having always been annexation, Demo
crats could not consistently assail tho
President's San Domingo policy ; but sa
'fault must bo found with every act of tho
'administration, thoy got Sumner to attack
'it. Phnrl.ta ilnntarn.l tll.it (lin .nlintnn
.-. ....... w uvw.o.vm M.b fc.u nv-ui..u nil.
'an insult to tho Republic of Hayti had
1 for Its objuct tho absorption of a nation
' of free and independent negroes. Tho
Republic of Hayti Indocd I Why it is
1 thoro by sufreranco. Any nation in tho
' world could subjugato it. Supposo, now,
wo should havo tnken it. It would now
'bo u part of Amorlca, and nobody could
' wipe it out. Tho pooplo would have its
'much liberty ns now, and 40,000,000
'bravo pcoplo to dofend them."
It was nothing to Mr. Linopar that tho
schomo was a "job" with tho usurper Baez ;
It was nothing to him that tho masses of tho
Dominicans did not desiro annexation; it
was nothing to him that the succoss of tbo
schomo would havo involvod our people
in a war with the weak republic of Hayti
that would huvo resulted in tho slaughter
of thousands of that puny pcoplo. It was
nothing to him that tho education, sup
port and protection of 800,000 half-civil
ized blacks would havo beon imposod upon
our country ; nor was it anything to him
that tho consummation of the scheme
would havo added millions to our public
debt, and been tho porpetratlon of a (lag-
rant and cowardly outrago upon a helpless
peoplo, for whom and whoso kind Mr.
Llnegar and his party profess such broad
sympathy and devoted alfection.
If Mr. Llnegar has no belter defense of
tho Grant Sun Domingo Job thau that
which ho prosonted on Friday night, he
will do his party a sorvico by passing that
subject in tbo future entirely unnoticed.
CAMPAIGN IN SOUTHERN
Sinck an efl'on has been mado to "stir
up" the Liborals of Southern Illinois, the
developments havo boen of the most on
coursging character. Tho causo has
shown an unexpected strength. In Mas
sac county, tho German population, which
hitherto has boen identified with tho Rad
ical party, Is almost unanimous for Gree-
ley, Kcernor and the whole Liberal
From Messrs. Bros And Btockflslb, who
havo Just completed a thorough canvass of
tho county, wo learn that tbo Liborals aro
rlpo for aetton, and oxpect, in November,
towrosttho county from Radical hands
In Johnson county tho Radical strong
hold of Egypt tho good cause Is making
encouraging headway. Tho changes have
boen numerous and in the right direction.
Active, influential mon, who, four yoars
ago, wero uncompromising Grant men, aro
now loaders In tho movement In favor of
Greeley. Tho Radical majority in John
son county will not exceed 200 votos.
Well informed, but probably over-onlhu-siastic
voters of the county, dcclaro that it
will not exceed one hundred.
From Union county tho news is always
cheering. The Liborals thoro Aro wldo
awake, and are determined to givo tho
wholo ticket a solid round majority suffi
cient to ovorcomo tho entire aggrcgato
Radical majority socurod In all the Radi
cal counties in tho Eighteenth congres
Tho Liberal voters of Jackson county
aro thoroughly organized and hard at
work. Tho Greeley and Brown clubs of
tho county contain tho names of over ono
hundrod voters who four years ago votod
for Grant and Colfax, but who arc, at this
tlmo, among tho most earnest and out
spoken Liberals to bo found In tbo county.
But wo need not particularize Through
out nil Egypt tho causo of Greeley and
Browu Is making rapid headway. Clubs
are bolng formed In ovory county, largo
and enthusiastic meetings Are baing held,
evincing a dotormination among the
masses to perform a noblo part in tho
work of sonding Georgo "W. Wall to tho
national assoinbly, and giving tho electoral
voto of tho Prairio State to Honest Horace
T1IK MONTHLY MAOAZINKS.
Tho 'Ecloctiu Magazino' for October is
full, us usual of good and entertaining
reading among which is prominent tho
sketch of " Barny Geohegan tho Irish
Member." The engraving embellishing
this number is a tiuo portrait of Mtuzini,
and a skotch of tho celebrated Italian by
tho editor of the 'Eclectic' is
among tbo most Interesting articles.
Published by E. R. Pellon, 108
Fulton street, Now York. Torms, $5 a
year ; two copios, $0, Single number, 45
'Scribner's Monthly' is ono of tho
very best family magazines now pub
llshed. Tho October number makes its
appearanco in good time; and among
other good things contains u poem by
John Hay, the second paper of " In and
about Paris" by Edward King, "Mr.
Boecber as a Social Force " etc., etc.
Mrs. Oliphant's serial story, " At His
uates" increases in Interest as It nears
Tho Aliunk for October is ono of
tho handsomest numbers of tho year. The
engravings cannot fail to ploaso all lovers
of beautiful pictures. The Aldinu is now
in its fifth year and instead of retrogading,
ovory number appoars to bo an improve
ment on tho last, and is a nvw delight to
Tho useful And tho beautiful appear
to bo about equally combined in Demo
rest's Magazine for October. Mothers
and house-koopers will find it full of time
ly suggestions as to fashion and comfort
nn many vexed quostions of clothing and
household mattors. The fall fashion for
dresses, over-skirts, polonaises, hats, bon-
nots&c, aro full And handsomoly illus
trated and discribed, whilo tbo litorary
department is more than usually interes
To ploaso the children, subscribe for
tbo Little CouroKAL. Tho stylo and
matter aro suited to the taste and capacity
ol boys and girls of all ages. Tho Octo
ber number Is especially pleasing and in
structive. Address John E. Miller, 105
Washington street, Chicago, Illinois.
SUNDAY, September, 22, 1871i.
lloraco Grooloy was in Louisville to
day. Among othor dologatlons which
called on him was a negro one.
Charles Lane, aged 18, was fatally
stabbod in Chicago to-night, in a boys'
John D.Caldwoll of Charleston, S. 0.,
a brother-in-law of United States Sonator
Robertson, was shot In Charleston to-day,
by Goo. Tuppos, In a quarrel growing out
of a political discussion.
Hon. -arrott Davis, United States
senator from Kentucky, died this morning
ut his homo in Paris, Kentucky. Deceased
was sevonty-two years of ago.
The funeral of Gen. Patton Anderson
took placo in Momphls to-day, from the
Cumberland Presbyterian church in that
A London telegram of this dato says
thatthegovernmont of Brazil has granted
a concession for a telegraphic cable be
tween that country and tho Portugese
Charles Henderson, charged with tho
murder of Dr. Merriman Colo in last Jan
uary, was arrcstod in Baltimore to-day.
MONDAY, September 23, 1872.
Horace Greeley add ossod. tho pooplo
of Indianapolis on the evening of this
date. The next President was'introducod
In an eloquont speech by Hon. D. W.
Peter Becker, agod 21, a blacksmith
of Evansvillo shot hlmsolf through the
head this evening. Ho died Instantly.
In New York city, this evening, Tim-
othy Landors etobbod and instuntly -killed
his brotlier-ln-lAW, Joseph Burnetts
Tho French republicans of Now
York city to-day celebrate the 80th anni
versary of the Republic In Franco.
A Now, York tologram says :
Forrester, the elicited murderer of Bcnl.
Natlinn, was discharged to-day, the district
nnoniey aiivmm: mo iifconiinunnco oi inu
case, as he had not Milllclcnt evidence to
prove tho guilt of tho prisoner.
Forrester was sent to the Tombs to await
n requisition from the Governor of Illinois,
Where Forrester will be cent to serve thlr-
teen venin' lmtirlsniimi-nt.
Itklirc I.enliiiril lint L'rnnted n writ ol bit-
irc j.boiiarunas gr
iieahi orpiiH, returnable Friday, lor Forres.
tor. On tho irrnund that hu is now held Hie
callyt having been tllschnrgcd room arrc.t In
tho .Nut ban murder case.
Snow fell in Sheffiold, England, to
day, and in Holona, Montana territory.
Tho Journeymen carpenters of Chi
cago struck to-day for an Increase of wa
ges to $4.00 por day.
All tho Norwegian and Swedish ships
in Now York harbor displayed their flags
al halt mast to-day in consequenco of of
ficial notica of tho death of King Charles
London dispatches say thoro is no
abatement of tbo cholera in Roumania.
The disease is epidemic fn the oxtrenomo.
Ten thousand havo already died of it,
Cbas Sumner arrived in Paris to
TUESDAY, September 24, 1872.
-James McWIIliams, a printer in tho
Chicago 'Times' office, was shot in tho
bond and instantly killed by nn unknown
assassin this (Tuesday) night.
All tho waiter girls In tho Larimer
House, Dubuque, wero to-day discharged
for refusing to wait on n colored guest at
The stcamboatmon's convention mot
in Clovoland to-day. Thomas Sherlock, of
Cincinnati was elocted president.
Mrs. Mary Wade, of Brooklyn, lias
brought suit against ox-Moyor Hnlblleiscb
of that city, for 160,000 damages for
broach of promise of marrlitgo.
Rov. Peter Cartwright wus lying at
tho point of death to-night at his homo In
A sevoro rain, wind And hall storm
passed over portions of Iowa to-day, doing
Prosldont Grant was in Now York
Rubcnstoin,' the celebrated pianist,
made his first appearanco nt Stclnway
hall, New York city, to-night.
WEDNESDAY, Seitekiier25, 1872.
Tho authorities At Berlin to-day In
tercepted a cipher dispatch of 500 words
signed by Napoleon.
Princoss Hohcnloe, half-sister of
Queen Victoria, Is just decoasod.
A Paris dispatch of this dato says
"Eighteen thousand coummunists are yet
in confinement. It is intended, however
to immediately releaso ono half of this
number. Only those accused of assnssina
tion, thieving and arson will bo tried."
A special telegram to tho Missouri
'Republican' says: "Tho horriblo massacre
of throo negroes by a mob of white labor
ers at tho railway tunnol in Hunterdon
county, Now Jersey, is not likely to bo
folio wod by legal vengeance as tho terri
flod negroes havo all fled from tho neigh
borhood and their assailants havo not re
turned to work, but aro widely scattered
Tho constabulary of tho county considors
themselves too weak to attempt a whole-
salo arrest, and their opportunity for seiz
ing tho ringleaders has escaped."
Rev. Peter Cartwright, D. D-, tho eel
obratcd Methodist preacher, died at his
rcsidoneo in Pleasant Plains, Sangamon
county, at half-past throo o'clock this
afternoon. Ho was born Soptombor 1st
1872, and had attained on tho first inst.,
his 87th birthday. This vcnerablo father
in tho church has boen prostrated by gen
oral debility, moro than serious sickness,
for several months, and his cussing away
has beon dally looked for.
THURSDAY, September 20, 1872.
A terrible lire is raging to-day at
Gov. Leslie has appointed Willis B,
M'Clean Unitod States sonator from Ken
tucky, to fill tho vacancy occasioned by
tbo death of Garrot Davis.
A Clovoland dispatch of this dato
Tho Lunatic asylum at Nowburg was
almost totally dostroyod. Tho loss to the
state is about $400,000. Fivo hundred in
matos woro turned out and aro quartored
in hotels and churchos at Nowburg, and
at tbo Central statiou-houso In this city.
Later. Tho loss by tho burning of the
Lunatic asylum at Nowburg, is now esti
mated at 5405,000. Thoro was no insurance
on tho buildings. Tbo bods and bodding
woro mostly saved. Tho attaches lost
most of their personal etl'octs. Boniamin
Burgers of Nowburg, and Mary Walker
of Goauga county, woro killod ; Stcphon
noughton. tho night watchman, is miss
ing, and Is also supposed to have beon
killed. It is thought tho govornor will
conveno an extra session of tho legisla
ture to make an appropriation for rebuild
ing the asylum at once, as tho othor asy
lums are already filled.
Lioutenant Charles Jordan of tbo
United States infantry has been dismissed
from the sorvico and sentenced to tho Dry
Tortugas for onoyoar, for ombozzling gov
ernment monoy at Jackson, Miss.
Tho steam propeller Iron City from
BuiTalo for Cleveland, with a cargo of oil,
says a Buffalo tolegram of the 2Cth, sank
when obout fifteen milos from tho city.
It is supposed part of tho crow, number
ing eight mon, were lost.
On Jorsoy City Heights, on tho even
ing of this dato, Micbaol Shorry stabbed
his wife to doath, and cut his own throat.
Cause domestic troubles
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and peoplo aro learning to make tbolr
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NONE HUT THE Pt'KEST AND REST
M EDICIN ES DlsPENS ED.
HTOVKN. TI.NH AKK, KtV,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin an.l Hollow Warp, Clothe Wnnicers Tuilo
Warn, CnM Hods, l-'lrablmrels, AirUnt-,.
ZINO, COPPER AND SHKE1
No. 16b' Washington-avonuo,
sWrtoofinir, fiuttorinx, and all hlnils rifo
work dnnoat shortl niiltrt. (olil.llf
II. T. GEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
fiau Fitter's and Plumber' material, Wood
pumps, Klnbo ami ntiKle Talrits, atop
cocks, oheck Yttlren,eto,
also AamT roa
Tu! U Ilrotliern Patent Dry Gua Met r
And Morehouse Wells Co'a Automatlo Watei
Indicator and Supply Valve (or steam boilers.
WINTICU'B 1ILOCK. COUMKUniAL-AVKNU
WOUDI WOOD II WUODII
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Asj t'lieni, It not Cheaper
had tiny wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the Postolllco unci at Ross
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth und twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give gooil measure and will cord tho wood
up If desired.
ttW10.tr DKNMS 1IALEY.
Successor to 11.8. Hurrell.
DUAL, UK IN
A N I)
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton', ltloek lOlh street bet. Commer
cial and Washington Aveuues.
Our Homo Advortisors.
P. G. Sohuh.
WAG l M AN UFACTOR Y .
For Salo at Wholcnalo 0 Retail
COIt.Ntll U2l)-BTHEET AND OHIO LEVKft
notllll I. UAM BLK
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.AHOKDT VAKIETV STOCK IN THK CITr
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
t'orurr of Nineteenth si treat aid 'oru.
C. O. PATIEK.
PARKER & JJLAKK,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, lleualnr, IJuaollnr,
And the celohraled illuminating
UHOHH' UUILDINO, CCF ilTII-ST. A COM
CAIHO, .... ll.INOlrt.
TECIE! ICTIEiW SYSTZELlidr.
GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
I'RICES FOR CASH.
AT II. 0. TIIIELEOKK'S STORE.
WABHINOTON AVENUE, I1ETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
CO lbs, DRY Cuba Sugar for - - - $B 00
91 11 11 11 11 ... 1 00
fa Ibi. A colToe Sugar, N. Y. Std. 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Coffeo for - - 1 00
aj " Choico . . 1 00
8 " Old Government Java - - 1 00
Toaa and othor staple and fanoy Groco-
rlo oqually oi cheap. .,
Goods now, and full weight given. Call
and tr .
(Sucsessor to P. Haup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
103 Commercial Atsnus,