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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN,' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872.
inHM HOBKKLY. Editor and Publisher.
TaKMfl OFTIIK DAILY BULLETIN I
One month. bjrmH
Three months, . .
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberljr h reduced the Mibscrlp
Uon price of the Wrklt Cairo Bullktijc
to One Dollar per ituran, maWntt H the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois.
of New York;
TOR TICK MMIDINT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR 8RCRRTARY OF DTATR.
FOR AUDITOR OF TURLIO ACCOUNTS,
FOR BTATK TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNXRAL,
JOUN B. EU8TAUE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT XORTUERN
FOR CLKRK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOB CLKRK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIOHTEENTII DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Pcrrr County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph Count-.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM aa a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce L H.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
8 AUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IBVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOUN
II. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
One by one the Bourbons fall into tho
ranks of the Grosley army. A few nights
go, Chauncey 0. Barr, one of tho most
ultra of the Irroconcllables a le&dor of
the movement culminating in tho foolish
ness of tho Louisville convention made a
speech in Hudson county, New Jersoy,
and declared in energetio language his do
termination to labor in the cause of and
voto for Greeley. Ho said, with jocular
severity, that he and his colleagues to tho
Loulsvlllo convention deserved spanking,
like the peevish school-boys they had
proved themselv.es to be.
Wiien men like Sumner, Schurz, Trum
bull, Banks, Curtln, Greeley and Palmer
the founders of the Republican party
leave a party disgusted by its corruptions,
dismayed by its usurpations and alarmed
by its rapid strides towards despotism, it
is high time the poople woro putting on
their thinking caps. Such desertions
provo that thero is somolhlng rotton in tho
Republican Denmark that the time has
como to utter the cry of "Reform and
1 Liberty I" and march upon the strong
holds of the corruptlonlsts and apologists
of usurpation and tyranny.
MR. Wall was a wardemocrat. Cairo
Vp Iip wan mm of that strinc who III the
state convention pronounced the war for the
Union "unholy, unjust, and unconstitu
tional." Carboiulittt ra.
The 'Era' knows, if it knows anything,
that Mr. Wall had no sympathy with the
causo of the South that ho has been at all
times stneo his cntranco into public life, a
consistent Union man, and has never,
when occasion offered, fallod to spoak in
eulogy of the constitution and institutions
of his country. Better, Mr. 'Era,' look to
the record of your own candidate.
Mysterious are tho ways of Radicalism.
Curtin has declarod for tho Liberal causo
and tho Grantitos bavo suddenly discov
ered that this move of a gentleman here
to for o hold in high esteem by them will
not injuro their cause but will rather make
votes for them. They have not yet ex
posed any villainous or underhanded tricks
committed by Curtln whilo still a mem
ber of their party, but it is to be supposed
they will in due time. It is not likely
that a man whose influonco is as far-reaching
as Gov. Curtin's will escape the con
sequences of their rancor and ill will at
Oglesbt is to speak in Golconda next
Tiie president's family take up their
residence In tho Whlto IIouso this weok.
Tue speeches ot Horace Greeley dur
ing his western tour aro to be printed as a
Only two hundred thousand documonts
a day are sent out by the Republican cam
paign committee at Washington.
" Poor Oarlotta " is tenacious of life
She is neither dead nor dying, but has
rallied from her lato dangerous illness
and is in a fair way to recover.
The presidential eleollon in Louisiana
takes placo on the fourth of November
in all tho rest of tho states on the fifth
and in Texas it continues from the tlftb
till the eighth.
Tue negro brass band serenaded tho
Federal officers at tho custom-bouso yes
terday morning. They ought to. Munn
McKeaig, Fisher, i'ost, etc., own them all
and paid for them a very small price.
The Washington Chronicle,' (Radical)
says the pardon of Yerkcs and Mercer by
the Governor of Pennsylvania will cost
the radical party in the state ten thousand
votes. It will bo to tho credit ot Penn
sylvania if it docs.
A whole week has passed since tho last
announcement that Charles O'Conor bad
accepted the Louisville nomination and
was the candidate of the regular Democ
racy. This is too long an interval. O'Con
or's acceptance should bo announced again
at once. How else can the Bourbon move
ment be kept before the people?
Tns Williamson county 'Progress' says
the Williamson county people can get
long without political speeches this cam
paign, having made up their minds to
think and act for themselves. We are
glad to hear it, since, if tboy bavo any
sense, tbey have made up their minds to
vote for Greeley, in spite of the bungling
efforts of the 'Progress' to induce tbem to
vote for Grant.
Mr. Hull. I hear Mr. Wall snoken nt nti
judge has ho any claim to that distinction
wan ue ever juugor (UEitEST.
Certainly, ho was. Some Yearn since he
was judge in a foot race in Cuiro, and the
title has Muck to him uvetnlncc,Carbondale
This is a specimen of tho arguments
used against Mr. Wall. It is of the most
conclusive character, and prove beyond a
doubt that the Liberal candidato for con
gress should bo crushed under the ballots
of a free people Judge of a foot raco I
Shameful or shameless Wall I But why
did not tho 'Era' man inform us of the
circumstancos under which the raco was
run whether tho judgment of Wall was
given in the raco run by Hull when the
officers of justice wero after him tho last
timo, or between him and Llnegar toward
Gates' saloon after a drink of tholr favorite
IS MCCARTNEY A DEAD DUOK 7
Tho Pulaski 'Patriot 'denominates J.F.
McCartney dead duck, and addrossos
its cotemporariei of tho Radical persua
sion to direct tholr Aro at tho Liborals,
instead of wasting thoir ammunition by
blazing away at tho dissatisfied, would-be
senator. Tho 'Patriot' will, wo bavo no
doubt, find McUartnoy a troublesomo ens
toraer. Ho is a man of indomltablo en
orgy, and one of thoso politicians who
keep getting farthor and farther from tbo
party lash whonevor thoy mako a broak.
We aro suro McCartney will yot find his
proper place in tho Liberal party. His
eyes have beon opened by personal oxpori
enco to the fact that ho has boon dealing
with mon In the Radical party who aro
as unscrupulous as Satan and as dishonest
as tho inhabitants of that illustrious per
sonage's dwelling placo. Tho consequenco
must be, McCartney's desertion to the
party of reform and honesty, or his roturn
to the rascals of Radicalism with the de
termination to bo as sharp as tho sharpest,
as dishonest as tho worst tho peea in all
tho moanncsscs of intrigue of Munn, Lln
egar or tho follow who swindled him out
of the senntorship.
WANTS TO BET.
A hotter of the Grant party in Pulaski
County offors to bet forty acres of ground
valued at $3,000, against $2,000, in tho fol
lowing manner : $500 that Pulaski will go
for Grant, $500 that Illinois will go for
Grant, and $1,000 that Grant will bo our
noxt president. This is too thin. The
land is probably worth afow hundred dol
lars only, and the owner would rather run
this risk proposed by him than not sell it
at all. Pulaski county will go for Grant,
and that is $500 cash Into the Grant bet
tor's band; Illinois will voto for Grant,
and that is $500 moro into tho pocket of
this wise man ; tbo Union will voto for
Greoley, and that is twenty acres of the
ablo man's land gone. How then docs he
stand? With twenty acres of his land and
$1,000 cash, $500 moro than his cntiro
forty acres aro worth. Tho betting skill
of that worthy Pulaski Radical is amaz
ingalmost surpassingly wonderful I
THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT
Several deaths in different parts of
the country occurred last week from over
doses of morphino Happenings of this
kind are altogether too frequent. Doses
of morphine, oftenertban otherwise, ap
pear to bo overdosos, and tho victim is
quietly dispatched, unaware that thu drug
ho takes to cure, will kill. It is an easy
and a quiet way of traveling tho river
Lethe, but is scarcely fair to tho victim
who Is often neither willing nor prepared
to go, and who if ho had any premonitory
warnings, would probably protost against
it. But as in tho careless handling and
fatal purposes to which koroseno is so
often put, repoatod examples of tho fatal
Ity Attending the ignorant use of mor
phine appear to bavo very little effect,
and newspapor items beaded "Death from
'an overdose of Morphine," aro almost as
frequent as thoso reading "Death from
Major Munn, Grant's internal revenue
man, has, we are glad to lsarn, left the po
litical oratorical field and has taken to
Sunday school oratory. This business is
well adapted to Mr. Munn's abilities,
Sunday school talks are well adapted to
tbe display of whining hypocrisy, and
Munn is beyond all doubt the most cut-
byprocrite a greater never of-
the Lord by words of luDtdlcatlon
at fti, meaningless as a parrot's cries.
The movements of the Bourbons are
tbe straws at which tbe Radicals now clutch
with all the desperation of drowning men.
Both will go down together benoath the
Liberal wave. Tbe discontent and dis
satisfaction of a few scattering Bourbons
hero and there throughout tho country
have had no effect on the progross and
strengthening of tho Llboral cause. The
endeavor of tbo radical party to give Ira-
portance to tholr actions as an obstaclo in I
the path of Liberalism, falls altogether of
iu purpose. Tho large space given in
some radical newspapers to the accounts
of "straight-out" conventions, etc.,
would pay better if devoted, to praise of
Grant and his administration. This, at
least, would be honest, while tho first Is so
plainly a sham and Ineffective weapon
that Its use only s erves to excite ridlculo
and contempt. The radicals aro wasting
much neoded strength in tho vain effort
to keep life In their ally. It is dying of
Mr. Reinbold of Nauvoo. tboueht ho
wasn't safe without a pistol in the house.
Last week bis two little boys found It and
played soldier with it. Mr. Reinbold has
but out little boy now.
Justin McCarthy in the New York 'Even
We havo a somowhat now kind of
peripatetic agitation going on in London,
of which tho central tlguro is tho famous
and fat claimant to thu Tichborno baron
etcy. This man is to bo triod noxt No
vombor on a chargo of perjury and forg
ory, and, as tho Government Is to spend
something like $200,000 In tho prosecution,
tho claimant's friends appeal to the gen
eral public to furnish funds for tho
defence. Having obtained a good
deal of money through advor
tlsemonts in tbe nowspapers. they then
took to holding public meetings in the
provincial towns, and now tboy bavo
transferred tho campaign to London itself.
This week they havo hold two great
meetings in a music hall In Oxford street,
charging prices of admission varying from
twonty-tivo cents to $1. I was present at
tbe first meeting, and thu room was
densely crowded. Tho hugo claimant has
still contrived to retain somo dovotod
friends and partisans. Chiof among tbem
aro Lord Rivors, Mr. Guilford Onslow (a
member of parliamont and an heir pre
sumptive to an oarldom) and Mr. SVual
ley, tho well-known no-popory member of
parliament, whoso name, I dare
say, is well known even across
the Atlantic; and I ought
to add that Mr. Whalloy has undor
takon, if needs bo, to cross tho Atlantic
and stump tbo States in porson on be
half of his friend. Now, Whalley is a
weak-headed, absurd sort of man, at
whose no-popery crotchets tbe house has
never dono laughing. But Guilford On
slow is an ablo and sonsiblo man, a gentle
man of undoubtod position, and one whom
ono wouiu tninx no vulgar Australian
outcner ana norse-tnier could possibly
Sass off upon as a poor aristocrat. Yet
nslow is devoted to tho claimant and
speaks at the mooting! day after day
stumps England, in fact, on his behalf.
Mr. Onslow was a closo friend of
tho mothorof Sir Roger Ticbborne, who,
you will rcraomber, died In tbo full convic
tion that this claimant was her son. Well,
you aro tired, of courso, of the Tichborno
caso, and I don't moan to glvo vou any of
it. But thoro was to me, for a" long timu,
somothini: inoxnllcablo about tbo fnlth
which throo men soemed to havo in the
claimant. I havo no theory on tho mat
ter myself, oxcept this, that tbo fat claim
ant, whoever ho is or Is not, is a gontlo-
iuau. x say mis, aespue Uls occasional
mistakes In grammar. Mr. Onslow ex
plains this by saying (what ovory ono
admits) that the young Tichborno, as a
uov, iiaruiy Knew any .English,
being the son of a Fronch woman, ana
brought up in Franco; that ho "finished
his education" in England undor hor
rudost tutelage in Australia, and that thus
ho got his mispronunciation and bis bad
grammar. But ho certainly has all the
ease, tho quiet self-possession and tho dig
nified courlosy of a woll-bred English
gentleman. Deapito his mountain of fat
thoro is oven a certain eraco in his manner.
All this of courso would not provo him to be
tno rigniiui neir, out it would seem to dis
parage the theory of tho other sldo that ho
is tho Wanplne butcher who went out to
tbe Australian buih. Ho is not an ill.
looking man : tho nhotopranhnra imvh tin
.... ' .". - D- r -
iaea wnaiovor oi nis expression, tor they
raaau nun oniy a iiesvy, lal-lacea stupia
ioiiuw. xno man wnoovor no is Had
wonderful eyes, somowhat languid and
sloepy. until tholr owner crows a little ani
mated, when they gleam with a strange
depth in tbem. His expression is gravo
anu ovon meiancnoiy. Ills articulation
Is defective, and bo appears to have somo
difficulty in breathing; but ho addresses
in meetings in tno most perfect self-pos-
"lu" wun mat pocuuar ana impor-
"'"" vuuiumuro wnicu in .ncianu is
bold to bo indlsponsablo to good breeding.
Uls colossal arms aro terminated by small
inn tifail-li...1 I I . .r
- -""l"-u nanus yono oi tno Wlt-
MH!fi An u.U b.ohUt dcP,od that she
Identified him by bis hands, thoso of
Roger Tichborno being like the
hands of a fair and plump
woman), and ho wears tho daintiest kid
gloves. I saw tho claimant for tho first
time the othor day, and I confess that be
puzzled me. I had expected to see a
vulgar and sinister-looklng ruffian, and I
saw the sort of porson I havo tried to de
scribe to you. At all ovents, I begin to
understand bow many like Lord Rivers
and Mr. Onslow may bavo been led to bo
neve in him.
FAVORABLE REPORTS FROM IN
DIANA, AND THE LIBERAL
ORATORS HARD AT
CONSUL GENERAL BUTLER'S
GUILT WILFULLY CON
CEALED BY THE ADMINISTRATION.
THE PENNSYLVANIA CAMPAIGN.
"Washington, p. C, Sept. 2U. An ap
plication recently tnado to thu stato de
partment for tho report of Gon. Starring
upon tbo official delinquencies of Consul
General Butlor, In Egypt, has beon refused.
The cause of tho rofusal assigned is that
to publish such u renort without tho re
quest of tho party affected thoroby is con
trary to tbo usages of tbo department
Tho report will doubtless bo called for
when congress meets, and will show that
tbo presidont has persistently kept in of
fico a rovilor of Christianity and a cor
ruptions! against tho protest of tho mis
slonarios residing in Egypt.
Owing to tho numorous loaves of ab
senco, and tho oxcitomont over the presi
dential eiociion, tbo departments are
greatly demoralized, and tho public bust
ness is In arrears and confusion. Thoro is
talk of requiring nignt work from tho fow
industrious clorks, to mako up for tho do-
uciency occasioned by tbo neglect of utb
THE PENNSYLVANIA CAMPAION.
Advices from Philadelphia report Mr.
Sam. Randall as conOdont that tho Liber
als will bo ablo to prevent tho voting of
tno negroes lately colonized in Pennsyl
vania. A prominent Radical politician
conccdos that Lancaster "county" will bo
tied, and puts tbe majority for 'Uartranft
in Philadelphia at 8,000, which can bo
NO CABINET MEETINO.
It is given out that there will bo no
cabinet mooting until after tho October
elections. Tbo secretaries will then bo at
THE INDIANA CAMPAIGN.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Sent. 29. At Ro
Chester Saturday thero was a great gath
ering of Democrats and Liberals. Tbe
whom country turned out to hear Col
Grosvenor of Missouri.
Gratz Brown is in tho city, and ex
presses himself as confident that Hend
ricks will carry this stato. iio will spoak
overy day this weok. Ho goes to Fort
Gov. Hendricks returned to tho city to
day, and predicts that ho will carry tho
state by ton thousand. Tho stato is hotly
contested, and Is Hooded with Radical
speakers and monoy from tho East.
OONE HOME TO VOTE.
Washington. D. C Sept. 29. A lariio
number of clerks in tho various dopart-
monts, who bavo votes in tbo stales whero
elections occur next month, havo already
loft for tholr homes to register and bo
present at tho elections, and many others
will loavo Washington during thu present
week for tbe samo purpose.
Tho acting secretary of tho treasury has
directed the assistant treasurer at Now
York to purchase ono million bonds each
Wednesday, and to sell ono million gold
each Thursday during the month of Octo
bor. curtin at hellefont, pa.
New York, Sept. 29. Mr. Curtin, in
his speech at Hellefont last night, didn't
fore-shadow his policy with rogard to tho
VERMONT ELECTION (OFFICIAL).
Rutland, Vt., Sept. 29. Tho official
canvass of tho stato of Vermont shows the
vote for governor as follows : Converse
(Rep.), 41,940 ; Gardner, 10,013 ; Scatter
ing, 14. Majority for Converso, 25,319.
Chartered Marcb 31, 1868.
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OFFICERS '. .
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auutl W. IITSLOP, Treasurer.
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DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frcscoo and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and omamontal. All work in.
trusted to my caro will bo promptly at
...1ml .i .Jl... ... I. . ... f. . . " .
uuu vu. .-iii,i iii A-urry uu use, corner 01
commercial uvtuuu and Eighth, street,
Tin anl Hollow Ware. Clothes Wringers Toile
Ware, Coal Uodt, Fire HQOTels, Air OaUs.
M AMCfAcrcaia or
TIN ZINO, COPPER AND SUBE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
W"Iloofln(t, Guttering, and all kinds of Jo
work done at shortest nolle. (ehldlf
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter's and Plumber's material, Wood
cocks, oheck valres, etc.
also agist roa
Tulsa UrodicrN Patent Dry Qua Meter
And Morehouse, Welle A Co'a Automatic Walei
Indicator and Supply Valre for steamrollers.
WINTXB'B ULO0K, COMUKBOIAL-AVKMO
WUUJJ I WOOD WOOD I I
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II aot Cheaper
lllld nllV Wnml llnnlnr In li..t i-
. j waiiu. A4uiivu uruur
on tins slates nt tin. lnut,Hn ..., ... ,...
. ...u wwiiivu UIIU lit IW9 I
cpul yard, on Commercial avenuo, between
Jontli and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. J
give good measure und will cord tho wood
uji ii tiusireu,
angHMr DEN NIB HALEY.
Successor to U.S. Uarrcll.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thonitou'i Jlloek 10th street bet. Commer
cial and Washlnifton Avenues,
, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
For Salo at Wbolesalo a RoUil
COKNKR 32D.BTREKT AXD OniO UVII
nolltl p. OASYBLK
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOKST VAKIKTY STOCK IN T11K CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlaeteatts street aad Coat,
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Patty, BeasUae, Uaaeltae,
And the celebrated illumlnatlos;
DROS8' DUILDINQ, COB llTB-BT. a COM
OAIKO, .... ILIKOU.
Liyerpool NewToik ahd Philadelphia
DMDBa OOHTBAOT WITB CXITID STATU AID SalTIIS
Kor Carrying tbe Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa roaTBia isroanATion
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, New. York, or to
Washington Arenue, Cairo. nois. 5
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINOaJ
Commeroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-at.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on bund, and for sale at tbe
very lowest figure for cash,