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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCrOBER 26, 1872.
JOHN H. OBKRIjY) Kdltor and Publisher.
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of New York ;
to TICK rRIMDSNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
TOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPU1ER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK 8UTREXX COURT NORTHERN
FOB CLERK 8UTREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOB CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OEOROE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OK EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
Domocrati. "this it not right that you shall
be requirod to obey tbo law and pay taxes
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
UARSLVN" m a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol AI
exander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., at a candidate for County At
tornty, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce P. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he entuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ax a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON UtVTN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. GOS5MAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
HENDRICKS IN CHICAGO.
STATESMAN'S VIEW OF THE
AND THE CANDIDATES.
STIRRING SPEECH FROM THE
GOVERNOR ELECT OF
Mr. Hoyne introduced Hon. T. A
Heudricks, who was received vrith three
enthusiastic cheers from the audience, and
aner iney nau suouaw,
HE SPOKE SUBSTANTIALLY AS FOLLOWS
He knew that he would not be able to
make himself heard by the great crowd of
people, lie had not prepared a set speech
to address to them, but fur a short titno he
would ask their attention tolbu contidora
tion of those Questions that he thouirht
ought to control the great election about
coming on. A ho political contest or 1B7
was peculiar and very interostinc.
On the ono hand, the Democracy, in
very large numbers, did not expoct M
Greoley to be the candidate of
their party. On tbo other hand, a
large element in the Republican party,
perhaps a decided majority, wero opposed
to the re-nomination of Gen. Grant.
These men camo to be the candidates, and,
in the providenco of God,
EITHER QUANT OR GREELEY
Was to be the next president, and they and
he had to decido whether they preferred
Grant or Greeley. Greoley, Greeley,
That was the question addressing itself to
every American voter.
Of Mr. Greeley, he need not say much
to them to-night, Uo was known in overy
neighborhood In this country. Horace
Greeley, was known wherever our lan
guage was spoken and understood.
Nearly 60 years ago,
A POOR BOY,
"Without money in his pockot. without
friends around him, camo to tho city of
Now York, and, In tho mid.t of that wil
derness of people ho commenced tbe ca
reer of life. From that hutnbe beginning
Ilwrace Greeley first began, and
bat gone on, until ho now stood
at the very head of tbe great
profcaiion in which he belonged
and men of all parties admit him to be
an honest man. And when he said to
them he was an honest man, he expressed
to the people the highest anuranco tbev
could have, that he would redeem tbo
and bavo no voice in the law." Uo pro
posed to the Democrats of Mitiourl that
they snouiu come logetuor tor tne pur
pose of establishing a bettor government
in that state. Tho Democrats Accepted
tbo proposition, and Gratz Brown
great ttato was elected governor of that
of tho northwest. And from tho time
that Gratz Brown became tho governor of
Missouri, to every white Democrat wai
restored tho right of ballot, the right to a
seat upon ajury. tho right to hold office,
tho crown of citizenship was placed once
moro upon the whito brow of tbe Mis
souri Democrat, and mainly by the influ
ence of Gratz Brown and Carl. Schurz,
Cheers. And now when I am askod to
voto for Gratz Brown for tho second office
in tho country, I do not ask tho quostion,
WHAT WAS HE TWENTY YEARS AG0 1
He and I did not belong to the tamo
party then, but I know that he has dono
much in those, latter timet for my brother
Democrats of Mitsouri, for 'tho whito man
of Missouri, and for tbo causo of free,
equal and Just government. Cheers, I
will not ask what he waa twenty years
ago; bo may bavo been opposed to mo
twonty years aco in politics. Why, my
countrymen, twenty years ago as a period
or time nas passod nway rorover wnn tit
responsibilities ; in respect to you and me,
it has flown away into the deep eternity.
Tbe present is yours, tho present Is mine:
tbo future is yours, tho future is mine; and
as practical, patriotic men, it is your duty
and mine to mako tho most of tho present
and of tbo futuro for our country's good
and glory. Cheers.
I ask your atton'.lon now for a Httlo bit
while I speak of
That these candidates stand upon.
First, in that platform, it is declared that
tho rights acquired during the late con
vulsion shall be respected and maintained,
and my countrymen, that means simply
this, that the constitutional amendments
shall be respected and obeyed as a part of
the constitution of the United States.
Cheers. A part of these amendments I
opposed; I opposed the Fifteenth amend
ment. Cheers. But that Fifteenth
amendment, notwithstanding my opposi
tion in tho senato and my opposition in
Indiana, that Fifteenth amendment has
been declared ty the ponticaidepartmenu
and the supreme court of tbo United
Slates, when Chief Justice Taney was at
its head, declared
THE AMERICAN DOCTRINE
To bo this: that when a political question
as been decided by the political depart
ments of tho government, the courts can
not reverso tnal decision; and so, accord
ing to that decision of American law. I
stand upon the declaration of the platform
that tbeso amendments to tbe constitution
must be respected and obeved. Next, in
tho platform, it is declared that tbo rights
hicb bavo been denied, bocause ot par
ticipation in tbo rebellion, shall be re
stored, and that means universal amnesty
rCheers.l Let tbero be no proscribed
class or catto in this country, because of
tho rebellion, but let tbo white man once
moro bo restored to his rights and to his
responsibilities as a citizen. Cheers.
Next in that platform to which I will
call vour attontion. is tho cravo and im
portant declaration, "Our policy shall bo
And not centralization, tho writ of habeas
corpus shall bo respected and maintained,
and tbo civil powor shall be supreme over
the military power. Cheers. To that
declaration Horace Greeley and Gratz
rown have pledged tbeir faith and honor,
and what Democrat is not satisfied with
that declaration ? Wo will stand by tho lo
cal self-governments, and wo will oppose
tho encroachments of centralization. I
ask you if you are willing to throw away
the opportunity once more to restore tho
state governments to their legitimate and
constitutional rights and power of gov
ernment. I ask, have the states no pow
ers, no prerogatives recognized by the con
stitution of tho United Sates? But tho
tendency of Gon. Grant's administration
has been to strip states of those constitu
tional rights and powers and prerogatives,
and to clotbo tho central power wun
those prerogatives, and overy man that is
in luvor ot maintaining tne legitimate
proper authority of tho state governments
is asued to rally around tne uag this day
floating in the sky upon which is written
the sentiment that I have just repeated
from tbo platform. Cheers.
Next, my countrymen, in thlt platform,
as I havo repeated, is declared this : that
tne civil authority snail bo supreme over
the military power. The tendency of the
present national administration hat been
to establish the military power as supremo
over the civil authorities. Now, I ask
you men of Chicago, you men that love
tbe civil law, that law which comet over
you, as tne protector or you ana your ram
met, ana your property, l asK you to
stand by tbe ticket that tays the civil au
thority shall bo supremo over the mill,
tary powor. Choers. It is that civil au
thonty that takes the poor man by tho
hand, and In the courts of tho land holds
holds him up as tbo eaual of the richest.
that civil law takes the weak and humble
by tho hand and holds them in lesnect to
their right as the equal of tbe stroneett
and proudest in tho land, and tho caro of
your property and reputation ought not
to do icit and cannot do leit in u rreo gov
ernment to the militarv rower, r Cheer a.
Mr. Hendricks continuod bis address by
stating that tho platform declared tho
habeas corpus was to bo maintained; that
right which secured to tho citizen freedom
against unlawful arrest. It was one
tho things which the American people
would not allow tbomsolves to bo robbed
of so long as thoy wero a free people
THE NEXT PROPOSITION
no charges, no suspicions. But tho admin
istration of the government was
PURE AND EARNEST.
During the 0 years antecedent to Pierce
not a single dollar was lost to tho country.
But now more than $20,000,000 remained
unaccounted for. If this was good gov
ernment, heavon help the country that had
Mr. Uendriokt next called attontion to
the roport made to Prosidont Grant in re
One year aco last March congress folt it
due to tho country to provido for an in
vestigation, and a law was passed au
thorizing a commission to investigate tbo
workings of tbo clvll-sorvico. Georgo
William Curtis was ono of tbo commis
sion. At bo it ono of tbo proprietors of
'Harper's Weekly' no ono will doubt but
ho it friendly to Gon. Grant. All tbo
members of tho commission woro friendly
to the president, and yet tbey made a re
port that It
ONE OF THE DARKEST PAGES OF AMERICAN
Mr. Hendricks wondorod if tbeso reports
had ever been tent by congressmen to
their constituent! in this district. Hear,
bear.1 They might havo sent many agri
cultural reports and packages of seeds, but
tncy 11 aa not tent any copies 01 "document
Mr. Hendricks quoted from tho docu
ment, and asked bis hearers if they wanted
to protect such a system of clvii-scrvico.
They replied protty unanimously that
they did not.
Did tho audlenco bcliove that one-fourth
of tbe monoy raised by tho government
could be lost, and yet the government bo a
good one. No, no. Last year tho col
lections of tho government amounted to
about 400,ooo,ooo, and tnoreiore, nearly
$100,000,000 was lost.
They said this did not refer to Grant's
administration, but it referred to John
son's administration. Ho did not help to
mako Johnson s administration, ibo con
gress of the United States had
TAKEN AWAY ANDY JOHNSON'S TOWER,
He then read an order promulgated by
Gen. Grant, ordering a commission to bo
appointed to consider the question of civil-
service rerorm. Did that relor to a pan
administration that was doad and gone?
Ho thought it should not have bad a great
deal to do with tho dead past but it should
have bad much to do with
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers iu
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the solo riirhtln this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we arc espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, ou
tho shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention it called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to anv part of the city
Orders received at the otik-c of
SAFFOKD, MORRIS CANDKK,
comer of 34th
at that of the company,
tree t and Ohio leveo
S. WALTER S,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on hortt notice.
Commercial-ay, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
pledges made by hit authority. Cheort.
ue anew perauuawjr rnucn more of
Than ho did of Mr. Greoley. Ho had
ervedin the senate of tho United States
... w 1 . .
wun uov. jjrown. uo suow mm 10 be a
an ..f talafit a man nt lAAmlnP HtlA II Infer,
.. . , 1 1 T I . i,
riiv nt nrmia .11 . unu uruwii
MiMriallv to Democrats.
me stave 01 aiitsouri,
waa a prutcnueu aim
.was not allowed
In tho platform that he would call atton
tion to was that tbero should bo a roal
and not a pretended reform of tbe civil
tervico of the republic. Bully. Whor
over u rotten tpot was found it should be
cut out, to that tbo civil, tervice of tho
country should once moro bo according to
mo spirit ana senumem 01 noneiiyanu
Mr. Ilondrlcks knew very well that it
was claimed that there wai fraud and cor
ruption in General Grant's administration.
He knew that it was stated in tbe United
States senato that General Grant's ad
ministration was tho best one tbo country
ever had. Uo did not admit that. Tbe
audience knew it was not so. Every ono
know very well that this administration
wus not as pure as tho former adminlstrn.
tions of tho country. Uo would call their
ONE OR TWO PACTS.
During tbe last tossion of conrreat
nearly every Republican know that it tho
departments ut Washington wero put on
.1.1 1... t .1 . ,
trim uioj nuuiu uo iuuuu 10 SHOW much
fraud and corruption. And did tho audi
ence not know that the Republican sena
tors in tholr places in tbo senate declared
that the departments would bo convictod,
if tho investigating committees bad not
been organized to acquit. Goneral Grant
J' tLey W(Jf acguittod. Ob, yos, with a
divided report. The proof convictod them
lu most cases.
Mr. Hendricks here toldaitory of cer
tain Judges in Indiana, several years ago,
TSX."" in ofllce
So he could say to-night Gen. Granft
administration was tbe only ono in tho
country that bad that sortof record of
the good character. There wai no tuch
record of tbe good character nf n,i...
administration. In those davs th.r. .r.
TIIE LIVINO TRESENT.
Uo then referred to a speech of Gen
Butler't in which Butler bad referred to
what, he said, was tbe great city that was
being made by the Democratic party aooui
tne corruption orthoadministration. iiuv
ler bad said, "suppeso Gen. Grant had
stolen two millions of dollars. He could
not do it," ho said, "but suppose ho could
do it; how much would that bo from each
man woman andchi.d in tho country? It
would be two cents and a half, and bo
thought that was a sum not worth grum
If Grant was electod president on the
6th of next month ho would bo more in
debted to tho office-holders than any other
Bet of men. They were using their ut
most efforts to that end. Since wo wero
on tbo evo of an election for president, no
man had been
TURNED OUT OF OFFICE FOR CORRUP
They should havo a new man who should
go into office unembarrassed, and who
would turn out an men wno wero tound
to bo dishonest or unworthy. Uo would
not have honest men turned out of office
tor their politics, but there would be
enough of dishonest men found to mako
many changes necessary.
When Gen. Urant sought to leavo tho
military position for tbo civil-service, he
sought to leave a servico for which be
was quauued, to enter ono lor wnicn no
was not qualified. "When did ho acquire a
knowiedgo of tho laws of tho country?
The very nrst day or his administration no
bad violated tbo law aB far as ho could
violate it. A law which had been in
force since tho timoof "Washington, pro
vided that no importer of goods should
hold tho ofllco of tho secretary of tho
treasury. Yet on tho first afternoon of
his official lite he sent to too senato or the
United States the name of A. T. Stewart
for bis secretary of tbe treasury.
uen, urant was mo autnor or mo words
" LET US HAVE PEACE."
"When be became president of tbe Uni
ted States, how bad ho carried out that
pledget Was there that feeling of frater
nity existing between tho two sections of
the country that tbo people had a right to
expect from the author of those pacific
Soon after Gen. Grant became prosidont,
senatorial cabal of great power con
trolled his policy. Tbey would not per
mit tho ill-will between the North and
South to die; because if it did tbo Repub
lican party would die. How, tho question
was whether tbey wished to perpetuate a
political party or to do what was best for
Mow, it lie addressed any soldiers, ho
asked what did they mean when tbey
fought in tho lata war. not that tliov
might kill their man, that there might bo
orpnans, anu wmows, and desolate Homes;
but thut tho country might bo ono and in
divisible. It was union that animated
them then, and should bo tho sentiment
that should actuate tbem now. In regard
THE FINANCIAL QUESTIONS
Dial wero discussed in tho country,
jit. uenuricKS taiu, so iar it was nl
leged that Mr. Greoley was In favor of
specie payments ; but neithor party could
claim anytning in tins respect, no sup
pofou no ono would uouot mat as toon as
it could bo brought about there would ho
a resumption of snecio navmcnt. But this
resumption would not result from a law of
congroei. but rather from tbo laws that
govern commerce. If thoy wanted an
early resumption of specie payments thoy
warned simpiy a prosperous country
country whose sales abroad would o xcced
DOES NOT HANKER AFTER CROW.
Mr. Greeley was not tho cboico of Mr,
Hondricks. Ho would rather havo hud
some western man, as Judgo Davis ; but
now there was no cholco oxcopt between
Grant and Greeloy ; and Mr, Greoley
stood upon the platform in favor of real
reform, and in favor of tho policy which
was nearost liko that which Democrats
Mr. Greoley had abused tho Democrats
roundly, and soundly, and unjustly ; but
that was in tho past. "What Democrat
differed from tho platform on which Mr.
ureoioy stood r xsono, and probably
Democrats had ubuaod Mr. Greeloy about
as rnucn as no nau iiuutcu mom,
Mr. Hendricks hoped tho great city of
Chicago would lot its voice bo heard in
in thundor tonos, Tho city was a great
city, representing great sections of tills
country, and should not bo soctional, out
rather wish for tbo prosperity and wel
fare of tho whole country. Tho October
eloctlont had gone againtt tho Liboralt in
Penntylvanla and Ohio, but from the
method by which Pennsylvania was car
ried no ono had any causo for congratula
tion. In regard to Indiana. Mr un-
dricki believed that he himself was elected
governor because ho got tho most votes,
and because tho poonle wanted to rivn
them to blm. And now tho Liberals of
Indiana would make a good effort to car
ry Indiana in November. lie hoped
that his bearers would follow tbe right, as
moo mourn give mem to see it.
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tomers should know we are determined
to carryjout our promise of cheap printing
we icci 11 our uuty to inane a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a (tcadj- increase of business
willbu an ciiulvalent.
"With our long experience in business and
Our Homo Advertisers .
together with our advantages In
purchase and (.election of htock.
cuMumcrs may real nMireu we win irv
to merit a continuance ol their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to the
lollowlng revised list ol
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 11 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size pcrSl ?l WJtofl M). Korothcr
(Uiilltle add the dlll'ereiiccln the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same riualitv of
pn Post, perM $1 OOtoO 00; per one-half
ji if j to o inr.
per 31 $5 OOtoT 00, according to size and
quality of paper; perone-hulf3I i3 OOtol 00.
cm ordinary t-lze per 31 fl OOtor, W, accord
ing lo style and iuallty. Commercial per 31
? i wtor to.
ncr 31. according to Mzc'and weight, 85 OOto
i 00; per one-hair 31, according to nizo and
weight, $:i OOtol 00.
per 31 $3 OOtol 00, according to order.
runiMied retail at wholesale prices, charge
for printing, $1 oOto'J M per 31.
of every fclzo and rpmlltv furnished nt whole
sale prices and printed tit tho yen- lowest
CARDS AND TICKETS
of every description inado from good llrlstol
HonriliittheiiriiiMinllylowratoof 2 M)to5 00
pcr3I, nccordltg tosfzo and Mylo.
O S T E S
lull sheet, half xheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth hect at from fl 00 to
20 00 per 31.
Ry it careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will ilnd that our
PRICES AEB LOWER
than those ot any cstubllsluncnt ol the kind
in St. J.ouls, Cincinnati or Chicago.
-A. 3D -V IB T I S 1 3ST 3-
lluslness men will lind the Rui.i ktiv the
llolJ. ndvcrth,n5 mci,uw Southern Jill-
ffirthe fotTtof n,r'"Sl,0d t0 6Ub-
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a lurgcr tubtcriptlon Hit in
Southern I unla ... tr.n.,,ni,..
than auy paper ever belore published iu
Cairo, a'J uw clubs art comituj tn every
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Ami Amenta of
II10 R1VKR ANU XANAWBA
70 Ohio Levke,
Cmiknt, Plabtxr Pakib,
MO. 71 OHIO I.KVKK, U.M.KK CITY NATION
.. PTV?T. "'F Pun'ose of building up a
wholesale trade in Cairo, I will FC1I to deal
en and contractorn In lot of M barrel and
"reight St m"nuracturinK pricct, adding
Cairo'. August 13. 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HucceMori lo K. B. Hndnc A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Literal AdTanccmeota tnad
Are prepaid to rfen, itoro and lorward
frnxlita to all poiota aiij bur anJ
ll on cotnml.aion,
"IluinB attt-odixl to prnmptlr;
WOOD UITTENHOUSE Jc BKO.,
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER Si PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ok FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STHATTON & BIRD,
(Huccriaor toHtratlon, HuilaonA Clark,)
57 Ohio Loveo. Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
iHucceaaora to John 11. 1'hlllu.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTI1-ST. amj OHIO LEVE
It. A. Cunningham. Fklix Chosh.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
.Successors to Loncrgan & Cunningham
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DKAI.K1W IN
I3IA.-Y-, OATS, CORN
AND MILL FEED.
-IRO, - - - - . ILLINOIS
Z, I). MATI1UB8.,
X. O .VUL
MATI1USS & VUL,
Attn o EN KB A I.
Commissi on Meko hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
e. utum utbb.