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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1872.
JOHN n. OnEItl.Y, Editor ami 1'ublUher.
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FOR TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
roll SECRETARY OF 8TATK.
FOR AUDITOR Or PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
TOR BTATK TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
TOR ATTORNEY OKNERAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUr-RKMK COURT .NORTHERN
OR CLERK SUrRKMK COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOB CLERK or SUPKEME COURT SOUTHERN
B, A. D., WILHANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEOKGE W. WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
JESSE "VA BE.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
11ARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk o(
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce 11. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as i candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announco P. H.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November clcetlon.
We are authorized to announco PETER
SAUP at a candidate for ShcritT at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announco HAMIL
TON IRVLN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
U. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the otDce of Coroner, subject to the decU
slon of the Democratic Convention
The 'Globe,' tho new Radical paper of
St. Louis, has bean sued for n hundred
thousand dollars damages.
A suburban residonco, magnificent
furniture and a.flno turnout aro a few of
the luxuries which tho fugitlvo ex-Gov
Bullock of Georgia is enjoying at London,
Wanted A Grant man who can look an
honest man snuarelv In the face and say
Uartranft'H majority of 35,000 I an holiest
Humphl tho avorago Radical will look
you in the face and swoar to tho lie with'
"HORACE,. THE JESUITS' CANDI
Another objection has beon added to th
many which have been urged against
Horace Greeloy by his formor political
friends. Beforo his open advocacy of the
principles of Reform and Liberalism, ho
was recognized among the Republicans as
the pioneer of.the great movement which,
in tho vernacular of that party, was dcilg
nated the "human froodom crusade." Hi
opinions oven wero law among tb
most Intelligent and tho most earnest of
tho agitators for freedom and the equality
of all men. But when he becamo the Ad
vocate of opposition to corruption and ty
ranny be becamo also a monster of in
iquity in tho opinion of too manyor his for
mer political associates, and since that
time denunciations of him have fallen from
their lips upon his head, rapidly and re
listlessly like the pitiless pollings of the
storms that beat upon tho uncovered and
unprotected head of tho much-abused
Lear. He has been denouncod as a slave
holder, as a man who desires the ro-ostab-llihmcnt
of slavery, as a corruptlonlit, as
. Dm m , - . . .
an omce-seeKor. as a secessionist, as a
traitor to bis country and party, as u free
lover, as a rascal, as a fool, And
as a scheming politician. These
obliges corning from tho souroos
tbey do, bivo not surpriiod us
But we must Admit our great astonish
ment on learning tbat Horace Greoley is
a person known to bo in friendly connec
tion with the Romish leaden And closely
llnksd to the papal church ; that he was
nominated by the Jesuit society In this
country which has Allied itself with the
Ku-kluiAnd tho rebels or the South; that
this society Assumes the guise of Lib
&Mralism and cheers on the rebel And Ku
Uu ia Usir plots Against the Union ; that
"vote for Horace Greeley" has become the 1
cry oi every Jesuit paper.
The ordinary mind contemplating char
ges of this kind must be lost in wonder,
and yet they are made with groat sirlous
ness by a paper no loss roputablo than
Harper's 'Weekly,' and may bo found in
tho numbor of that paper for October, 26tb
instant. In an articlo on tho Jesuits tho
history of that ordor is traced
by n hand evldontly controlled by a fanat
ical Anti-Catholic mind its badness being
brought out into bold relief and its good
qualities being coverod by abusive epi
thets or lightly passed over. After speak
ing of tho suppression of tho order in 1773,
tho writer assorts that it was resurrected
in 1814; that it has sprung into now
strength and now leads the reactionary
movement of the nineteenth century;
that it stands ready to profit by the mis
fortunes of this country so that it may
destroy our institutions, and that in pur
suance of that great object it nominated
Uoraco Greeloy and is now urging his elec
tion with nil its onergy and nil its remark
able political skill.
And this is ono of tho boogabos with
which tho Radicals Aro Attempting to
frighten religious prcjudico into opposi
tion to a good And groat man, And into
tho support of a man who has cortainly
profited littlo by many of tho command
monts which constituto tho platform of
A SPECIMEN OFGRANT'S ECON
OMY. It has been vohemontly claimed by tho
partisans of Gon. Grant that ho has in
troduced into the publio sorvico an unusu
al and extraordinary economy. But with
respect to one department of tho govern
ment, at any rato, and tbat with which Gen.
Grant ought to bo most familiar wo mean'
of courso, tho war dopartmont the claim
is wholly unwarranted by tbo plainest
facts. It Is so far from bolng truo, indeed,
that an indofcnsible oxtravaganco is easi
ly proved as tho chief characteristic of
tho present military administration. Lot
For tho four years preceding tho 30th
of Juno, 1865, tho armies of tho United
States wero maintained at a constant an-
ual strength of nlno hundred thou
sand men, tho wholo number of volun
teers mustered in during tho rebellion be
ing twenty-six hundred and cighty-olght
thousand. Tho average annual expendit
ures of the war department for tho samo
four years woro six hundred and
seventy-eight millions, or a total
for four years ot twenty-seven
hundred and twelvo millions of
dollars. It is teen from theso figures
notwithstanding tbo important fact tbat
during those four years tho premium on
gold fluctuated belwoon 10 and
185 per cent., and avoraged nearly
sovonty per cont. the avorage
cost of the army was a fraction
ovor seven hundred and fifty-three dollars
a man, rank and file.
But lot it bo romorabercd that in this
total oxpendituro of 2,712,000,000 aro
includod all tho cost of tho war up
to tho 30th of Juno 18C5. In that total
cost are includod ono hundred millions,
paid for bounties and recruiting purposes;
ono bundrod millions tor transportation
of troops and munitions; forty-flvo mil
lions for constructing and operating rail
ways within army lines ; tbore wero built
over 15,000,miles of land and marino tolo
graphs; there wero bought and paid for,
seventy-nine hundred cannon ; nearly
twelve thousand artillery carriages; four
millions of small arms; two andaquartor
million sots of cavalry and
infantry accoutrements; a half
million sots of cavalry horso equip
ments ; twonty-eight thousand sets of ar
tillery harness; one thousand millions oj
cartridges for small arms; three millions
rounds of fixed artillery ammunition
nearly thirteen millions of pounds of ar
tillery projectiles; twenty-six millions of
pounds of powder; ninety millions of pounds
oj lead; and ovory othor instrumont
good and bad and tboir whole cost was
immense requirod for a stato of activo
war: all theso aro included in tho turn
total of $753 per man rank and.fllo, under
the- administration of Mr. Lincoln.
Now as to Gen. Grant's "economy."
In 1870 tho array consisted of 34,870 on
listed men and 2,488 oflkors total
37,358 rank and file. Tho expenditures
of tho war department for tho same year
were $57,055,000; showing the average
cost ot tho soldiers in the array, man fo
man, to be a fraction ovor fifteen hundred
andfijty-six dollars each t
In 1871 tho army contained 30,0CO en
listed men and 2,140 oflkors; total
32,149. The expenditures of tho war do
partmont were $44,080,000. Average cost
per man of the army a fraction ovor
thirteen hundred and seventy-three dollars I
The avorago promium on gold in 1870 and
1871 did not exceed flfteenper'cont., and
the prico of almost all commodltiei had
declined pari passu with the decline in
tho premium on gold.
The foregoing figures are taken from of
ficial documents of tbo government, and
comprehensively illustrate tbo character
of the administration "economy." No
comment ii needed to make the cue
clearer to the dullest brain.
THE LIBERAL MOVEMENT.
STRONG LETTER FROM THE
HON. D. W. VOORUEES.
Tkrre Hautk, Ind., Oct. 17, 1872.
Hon. E. 8. Alvord, Chairman Dcmo
ocratto Conlral Committee, Indianapo
My Dear Sir: It was my Intention to
bavo been present at tho mooting in Indi
anapolis on tbo night or tno iutn, anu ro
grot that I wasprovented by n professional
Whatovor may havo been thoucht of
tue movement in wincu wo aro cngagcu
when it commonced last Alay, tharu can
bo no doubt now as to our duty. What
was then a crudo and discordant begin
ning has now matured into acauso fraught
with tho best principles lor which men
ever.contended. We must go forward till
this causo triumphs, or confess tbat error
is strungor than truth, and that corruption
wins moro than honesty. I havo no
moro doubt that tbo political clemonts
which havo co-operated this summer
against the ro-olection of Gon. Grant will
ultlmatolygovcrn thiscountry than I havo
that I now livo and writo theso lines.
Their perfect success may not come this
year ; othor battles may havo to be fought
in order to drlvo a strong and vicious
party from power, but all this will not
dishearten earnest men, who, though thoy
hesitated at first, finally umbracod this
cause, and determined After careful
thought that It was good enough to livo or
die with. Mr. Greeley is merely ono
man among millions engaged in it; no
moro. Ho may bo olected or defeated, but
tho causo will survivo and go forwurd.
It has In It tho elements ol en
during vitality. And it will not bo
buriou by tho falling leaves ot this autumn.
It represents all tho cardinal ideus of
It proclaims tho supremacy of tho civil
authorities ovor tno sinister anu monnc
ing usurpations of a military administrn
It assorts tho sactedncss of that great
instrument of human liberty, tbo writ of
habeas corpus, and declares that It must
be upheld beyond tho reach of aspiring
tyrants who would strike it down.
It pronounces in favor of tho Jefler
soman doctrlno of local self-government,
and against that concentration of the
powors of the people, and tho Statos in
the hands of tho federal government
which was denounced by tbo Fathors of
tho Republic as tho cortain prelude to a
It advocates tho right of each stato to
control its own domestic affairs, subject to
tho constitution of tho United States, with
out lot or hindrance from martial law,
carpet-bag robbers, and official thioves
Imported from distant regions and sus
tained by tbo bayonets of tho fodoral ad
ministration. It is in favor of releasing tho white
peoplo of the South Irom a seven-years
bondago, commencing at tbo closo of tbo
war and continuing until tbo present
hour, tho bondago of proscriptivo laws,
test oaths, and military domination, by
which they havo been excluded from tbo
government of themselves and turned
over, bound band and foot, to organized
and official piracy and plunder.
It is opposed to that systom of govern
ment by which states havo been made
bankrupt, taxes multiplied a nun urea lolu,
fraudulent debts createu almost boy on a
computation, anu all tins Ana more, done
to enrich tbo lawless leaders of a corrupt
and cruel party.
It rises abovo tho low doctrine of hato
and inscribes univorsal amnosty on Its
banner, heralding in the dawn of a bettor
and moro peaceful day tnan mis dis
tracted country has known for tho last
twolvo weary and bitter years ; a day of
cntiro reconciliation, anu complete
It appeals in this as in all elso to tho
higher and purer instincts of mankind,
and to tho recognized and accepted truths
Our causo has also othor irroat alms In
view which will givo it lifo and victory in
It has declared undying hostility to a
system of civil-service, by which, it is con
fessed in an oiuicai investigation inonuiy
to the Administration, that ono-fourth of
tho tax col looted from tho laboring masses
is lost or stolon beforo it reaches tho na
tional treasury; a system in which de
falcation, peculation and robbery aro so
trequent ana oi sucn common occurrence
that tho best argument that can be made
in invor oi cuiuiuuuig tun iru5m uumin
istration in powor was in ado by Gen. But
ler, injhis Western campaign ; that tho ofli
cial thioves aro now full, and being gorg
ed may not steal much moro I The causo
in wiiicn wo aro struggling ana in which
we will continue to work is, indeed, tho
causo of reform and purification.
It strikes at a new and marvelous dy
nasty of corruption in which tho lust of
private gain has broken out with n vio
lence and contempt oi morality not nun
orto known amongst the nations of tho
oarth for tho last two hundred years.
The president himsolf has grown suddenly
and onormously rich, and, according to
tho highest Republican testimony, hu has
done so upon tho bartor and oxchango of
official patronago for pay ; whilo all his
'kindred, immediate and romotc, lineal
and collateral, by blood and marriago, aro
?uartored upon tho public treasury and
attoning on its contents. The world has
soldom behold a spectacle so disgusting
and revolting slnco tho most shameless
and venal poriods of tho Roman empire.
Anu it ton administration is continued in
powor four years moro it will grow in
evil, and our causo will grow in impor
tance, and gather strongth with tiino. Al
ready tho honorablo leadership of tbo
Jtopubiican party lias boon driven Irom
tno support ot urant s administration by
its open debeaucherics and wanton viola
tion of tho laws of tho country as well as
all tho laws of propriety. Already tho
names ot aumnor, and uroeloy, and
Brown, and Trumbull, and Schurz, and
Earner, and I'ulmor, and Farnsworth, and
Banks, and Austin Blair, and Casslus .M.
Clay, and Julian, and llrinkerlioll, and
Fenton, and Grow, and hundreds moro of
the ablest and purest of their part' aro
enrolled in tho causo of reform. Timo
will only swell tho column at tho necessity
for a thorough and sweeping reformation
becomes plain to even tno blowest and
must faltering comprehensions. Tho po
litical future, thorofore, docs not look dark
If I am asked why wo bavo suflored de
feat in tbo recent elections, tho nnswor is
easy and obvious. Tho first thing al'vays
to be oncounterod by a reform movement
is ancient and Honest prcjudico ; and this
sort or prejudice, thougb it may bo found'
ed in but little reason, is nevertheless unti
tied to tho respect of tho wiso and tho
prudent, v nen Air. ureeley was nominat
ed it was a violont shock to the long-entertained
prejudices of a largo portion of tho
Democratic party, and however just and
noble tho causo undoubtedly was, yot I
feared from tho first that tnoro was not
sufficient time in which to overcome thoso
prejudices by tho wolght of argument.
Tho general rosult has justified my
original apprehensions. So fur as
my own district is concerned a sixty
days canvaBS, although the hardest and
most active of my life, was not long
enough thit year. Over fifteen hundred
friends staying at homo on tho day of the
election, not in concert or from hostility
to me, but from a mixturo of overweening
confidence tbat success would nover for
ilka me, and an apathetic indifference to
tbo general result, accomplished what ray
nsmiis havo tried ten years In vain to
do, and what they all admit that thoy
themsolvos could not havo dono. But tho
success or defeat of Individual! Is or but
small momont, and so far as I am con
corned I rejolco at tho prospoct of tho
lifn now beforo mo.
I ought perhaps to add n word in re
gard to tho conduct of tho Llboral Repub
licans In this canvass. Thoy lmvo acted
nobly and kept their faith. It Is truo
that tho prejudices of tho past provontod
tho groat loadors of tho Republican party
from influencing as many of their former
supporters as thoy will bo ublo to do horo
nffer. It takes timo to roconcilo oven na
turally agrcolng olomonts In tho political
world; In both tho old political parties.
Morton, Cameron, Chandler, una But
ler cannot long continue to lead tho honest
Republican masses against tho oarncst
warning and protests of such men ns
Hornco Greeloy, Lyman Trumbull, Carl
Schurz, and othor equally eminent, whoso
unsullied lives glvo weight to tholr opin
ions. This movement tborcfciro must
grow in tho ranks of tho Republican
party, as woll as in our own, or every rnlo
of human influonco will full In this in
stance Tho election of Mr. Hondrlcks is a
sourco of great gratification to mo per
sonally. Ills position is a vory command
ing one, And In It ho will add new honors
to his nnmo, and bo a tower of strength to
tho causo of roform and good govornmotit
In tho future
In that causo, and for tho purposes sot
forth abovo, I am with you and him and
nil co-laborors to tho end.
Very truly yours,
D. W. Voohiieks.
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mill 111 Y.NIS'TII rrnorl of ihe condition
J.the Flnt National Hank of Cairo, llllnoli, at the
uoic oi ouuncit uciotxr .w, ib fz.
I,oin and discount! i Ui.'.'H 91
Overdraft! 1,041 K
u. s. twnat 10 secute circulation lU'.'.tuI 67
U. S. txmdt and securities on
hand 3,3) 03
Other itocLi, bonds and mort
Rages 10.1W 00
injc irom reuccmirs ana re
serve agents M.17I tf,
Due from other national banlti... .741 l'J
Due from banks and bankers... 3. 174 yi
Real estate 4S. Ml 7e
lumlture amd fixtures 3, Ml I)
Current eipentes 3,010 tJ
Cah items, including revenue
stamps r0 IA
Tases paid til tl
( ash on hand In coin l.bTO 07
Currency 3.2,111 il 33,947 41
fap'tal itock JKO.OOo (iO
Exchange, intereit, profit and loss 0,H 41)
Circulation ouutandinc 00
Individual deposits W,UC, 30
State of Illinois. Alexander eountv. it
I, Daniel Kurd, president of the First fNatlorul
nank or iairo, no soiemiy sucar that tne above slate
nent Is true to the best clmy knowledge and belief.
Il lllllili p.i.i,n,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Tenth div
of October, lb7J.
CIIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notiry Public.
II MF.YEKO, )
ROIf I-. W. MILLER, V Directors.
II. HURI), J
T) EPORT of the condition of the City National
X tmnk ol ( alro, at Cairo, In the state of 1
Hank off'alro. at Cairo, in the state of Illinois at
closeof business October 3d, lfcTA
Loans and discounts
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion U. S bonds on hand
Other stocks, bonds and irort.
Due from redeeming and re
serve agents 1M,0M SI
Due from national banks 31,137 5W
Due from state banks and bank
ers ...... 21,10,1 04 157.306 81
Hank in? house "Votfi mi
Other real estate 10,i0 00
Cash Items. Including sumps.. 4,577 78
nun ui national uanKS , 4,7MJ W
Fractional currency, Including
nickels 2,37 (fl
Specie, coin 6,KV) 01
Legal tender note '.'I100 U) 38,5SG ')
Capital stock paid In 100,000 00
Surplus fund 03 ijo w
Lachange 2,615 67
Interest...... n.471 39
I rofit and loss S1.032 00 3.1,051 02
Lircu atlon outstanding w uu W
Individual deposits 83A 4GI 30
Due to state banks and bankers. 7 'cCO 07
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I. A. U. SatTord, cashier of the City Na
pi tslro, do solemnly swear thst the abov
U , - 7 -yi .i.. .iH.c laivllicill
true to the best of my knowledne and belief.
..,. , A. II, SAFFOKD, Cashier.
O'tober lbT 'Wrn ' " ,hl' 10lh dy cf
rJl-L"- " OANDEE, Noury Public.
70 Ohio Levee,
Cement, Plaster Pauid,
PLASTERKH'S II A IK,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
pTt'or till) .llnOlM! of building "Il u
wftolehalo trade In Cairo, I will cell to .leal-
r anil contracloni in lou of 60 Larrele and
"relKht l mnuri":turUlK I'ricea, adding
Cairo. Atyruat 13, 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessors to K. II. Ilendneaa A Co.
Forwarding and Commission
sAKSSx. Liberal Adrancementa mads m-
W'w upon ConslKnmenta. mSPV
Are prepared to receive, store and lorward
freight lo all point and buy and
sell tin comtnlxioo,
sWHuslneas attended to prnmptlr;
It II. CUNNINf.HAM
tl 11 iuii 11. '
1. L.. 11ALL1UAV
)N, j Dii
NEW LIVERY STABLE
UETWEEN WABU'N AVENUE AND WAINU1
Vt. D. K, Fields Informa tne publio that he Iim
LIVE 11 Y STABLE,
aCoVe.8 norlhwo,t "de ot Tentl 'reel named
Ilia rJl'abUs will be furnished with none but the
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
and tlic pulillo may bo nccomraodated'at all
Hours of the day and ulfht with sufe teams
on tno lowest terms.
Dr. Fields ask tt sliaro of publio patronage,
and will endeavor to merit It by lair dealing
and strict attention to business.
Oeueral Commission Merchant.
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roK FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Oblo Lcvcc. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STRATTON & JJ1RD,
(Hucceasors toStratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
67 Ohio Lovoo. Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John I). I'hlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
R. A. CUNNINGHAM. FELIX CltOSH.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
Successors to Loncrgan A Cuniilnglium
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALEItH IN
AND MILL FEED.
Z. D. MATUUBS.,
M. 0 .UUL
MATHUSS & URL,
AND GENERA I
Commissi on Merc hants
DEALERS iH t
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE