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THE CAIRO DAILY IWMsRTllV, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1S72.
ALLEN, MUliKKV .t WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAV1
Vi'llamJ. Allen, "1 1LUNOI8.
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" A XEiv-loRKdell,ocra,c' journal as
tern that chief j"1' Chnso lias tlis
mis.cd all thouRlit of being a candi
date for tlie presidency and that lie is
in favor of tlic nomination of Senator
Trumbull as the opposition candidate,
and adds '
' The health of Judge Chase is not
sufficiently restored to admit of the
cxcitcmcti't of a political campaign
tuchaswe aro likely to have this year,
a fact which he fully realizes."
A NUMnEK of our republican cotom
porarics are worrying themselves with
the question, whether Mr. Grant's nom
ination can be prevented or not. They
mav a-" vrcll cease bothering their
brains, for it is absolutely certain that
he will he renominated, and that, too,
by a means they appear to deprecate
the influence of federal office holders
in the state and national conventions.
At the polls Mr. Grant will bo badly
W. A. lll'NT of Ohio, who was dis
missed from the treasury department
lately for asserting that Grant owed a
balance to the United States, is a mom
ber of the Ohio republican executive
committee. Ohio i et upon having
Dennison as candidate for vice-president,
although Colfax is well known to
be Graut's choice. Altogether Grant's
prospects in Ohio do not appear to be
The country will be astonished at
tbo revelation made in the World Al
manac tor IST'J of the real financial
condition of the southern state in
which carpet baggers have been in
power. The debt of Alabama lias been
increased in a few years from S7,'.l 15,
000 to SM.TUl.'Jl" ; that of Georgia
from 8L'.07U,7jO to Sll.',5iin,5U0 ; that
of the sparcely settled Mate of Florida
from $370,(117 to S15.707.5S7 j and in
the ten southern states the entire in
crease has ken 5215,210,125 and yet
there is little of value to show for this
enormous waste of money. The hulk
A mating of western unmuiitcluwrj
a commltteo to draft resululh"1' l"'J p
pare a memorial to congr"-''
t. i ii iimt J.otifcv'l'o is consldor-
,fcJ"w.S-'Or.yion and Muhlenlmrg
in Impostor calling himself Rev.
flee P.Surgas, has ben raising money In
New York to build a Methodist church,
and help sufferers from tlio tire. Ho Is
believed to be from Cincinnati, and n pro
fessional swindler in new disguise.
Contracts for rebuilding the lV.lflc
Hotel, in Chicago, huvo been awarded.
Tlio wulls aro to bo completed by Octo
ber I, and tho hotel finished about Now
Year. Tlio cost of the building will bo
A party of cnpitHllsU from Cincinnati
and other points aro at Torrn Haute, as
tlio cuoits of the Cincinnati & Tcrro
Hauto Railroad Company, They will
mnko nn excursion, by special train, to
tho Clay county coal Hold on Saturday
Boston has a charity hospital for tho
cure of corps.
Old Point Comfort is to bo restored
as tho fushlonablo watering place of Virginia.
Tho Inko tunnol at Cleveland has
thus far eottS'-'l 1,030 83, and 1.200 foot re
main to bo excavated.
The steamer Crescent City recently
sailed from Now York to Havana in threo
dajs and twenty-two hours tlio shortest
passage on record.
Thoro aro now residing in Homo be
tween thirty and forty American painters
and sculptors. Somu of them havo been
living thuro for thirty years,
Captain .1. 11. It. Cooper who wont to
Cullfornla in 18J2, died in Sin Francico
on Saturday. At one timo ho was an ad
miral In tho Mexican navy.
Daninl s said to havo tnado
moro money in Wall street since, the Chi
cago tiro than has been tnado by any one
man there in the same time for tcu years.
European hair dealers, finding their
home stock giving out, have sont agent to
Iceland to bribu the fair sex of that liy
pcrborean region to part with their long
About a year ago a deaf and dumb
counlo in New Jersey wcro married.
Lately tho wifo gave birth to a child, and
can now both hear and speak, o it is re
ported. A man in a Kansas City hotel blew
out his light on retiring, nnd shortly after
ward rushed down to tho olllco and In
quired if thcro was a glue factory next
door. Indignant curiosity eavod his
Homo persons lire o vary sensitive!
A St. Louis firm havo sued a bank presi
dent for f3'J,O00, becausowhon ono of their
notes was oftored for dls.-ount ho remarked
that ho wouldn't touch It with a ten foot
In view of statements made in i'ors
tor's recently published llfo of Charles
Dickens, it is said that tho friends of Mrs.
Dickens propose- to publish the true story
of the seperation.
WHO WAS HE
A rilAllACTEIUHTlO ATTAOIC MV THK KSOX-
1IECX, 01" KF.NTUCKV, Till! OUJKCT 01' II IS
Vo havo room uiily for a fowoitracls
from Senator Urownlow's attack on Con
gressman Beck, tho wholo of which is
found in the Congressional Globe." Brown
low, who Is unablo to walk oripeak, wroto
tlio vituperative addrcss,and it was read in
tho scnoto by tho secretary.
Mr. President, I speak to a question of
privllcdgo, and ask permission of tho sen
ate to reply to sonio aspersions on n y
character made by a member of tho houso
of representative on tho 22d ultimo, which
appear in tho Vuitgrenslvnal Globe of tlio
21M. Tho secretary will find them on pazo
7 of that Issuo, under tlio namo of "Mr.
"No Sir; I havo not time. "When
Georgia elected a legislature -which was
IlilL. bllU . VBJt.uufc tuiuuu uuiiuiui
Terry and his soldlors, ro-constructod that
tte. and put into tho legislaturo-ninelocn
rimiu cans w o una neen uuieaicu, turn
ing out tho di'ly elected democralio moni-
bers, so as to maKo it a repuuuean a'gni'
turo. Tho result Is that her debts and lla
blllties, ns Mr. Angler, the trcasuror shows
wcro $50,000,00u when Bullock left, many
millions of which havo bed stolen, and
aro fcirpvor lot to tho people of that state.
Thoso two great states havo thus been
ph' adored by tho men imposed upon them
by congress and tho president against
their will, and so it has bcon in nearly all
tho southern states. Virginia, it is true,
csranad. as inv friend from Indiana fMr.
Vorliccs says j slio never foil under radi
cal rule ; and Mississippi happened to
elect ono of hor own citizens, which par
tially saved nor for n time. In .north Car
olina, Oov. Hnlden was successfully im
peached Tor hii;li crimes and misdemear
ors; ho is now editor of tho government
organ at Washington City. Gov. Bullock
.. r ' -..!. . . I i i il l
from thu stnto to provent certain convic
tion for liko offenses. Gov. Smith, of Al
abama, retired in dUgracc, proved to liavo
oiiiciany pmnuerea ins stalo by tno illegal
and corrupt isuo of $500,000 of hor bonds
to tho Alabama and Chatanooza railroad
company ; Scott, of South Carolina, prov
en ny ins own partisans to ho n public
plunderer, who if lie escapes impeachment
must buy Ills corrupt legislature ; Reed of
rubbed his Stato bv illegally bv thu plac
ing million! of her bonds in tho hands of
such a thiol us Littlclield is shown to ho;
Clayton, of Arkuna, charged by radical
ofllciaU with nil sorts of corruption, mid
inuicieu in a rauical court iy a rauicai
g 'and jury for tho most flagrant otl'enses :
WVrmoth of Louisiana, if half that is said
against him by his own party friends be
true, is worse tlian nny ot them; lirown.
low, whilo in Tennessee, making a pande
iiioiihiin of that State; Davis of Texas, a
tyrant and usurper, who is denounced by
Ids people, regardless of party, as a llend
in human form, whoso orders nnd acts aro
a disgraco to American civilization thoso
aro tho men placod by Congress over
seven million people in nino onco frcoaiid
independent States; men who nro lonthcd
and execrated by the pcoplo whoso rights.
liberty and honor it was their, duty to
protect. Ketributivo Justico is on their
tracks; some have been overtnken, tho
others will be. Hated and despised, their
only rofuge. if they can escape the peni
tentiary, "seems to bo in the Senato of tho
I bog leave to stato that somo ton davs
had olapsed after tho utteranco of theso
remarks before they wore called to my at
tention ; auu ns they nssailcd my otlicial
I'tegriiy wniio Uovernor or Tennessee, 1
hi'vedolaved inv rcsnonsa In order to re
coivo fiotn homo somo facts which provo
HKCKI.ESSNKSS AND KALS1TV
Tlio charges of Mr. Beck are, in general
tonus, that tho Southern states havu been
n hindered bv men Imiimcu upon them by
congress and tho president against their
will, witli particular roleronco to inyseii
of Novom'j.T. 1601, having remained la
tnv homo in Iviioxvillc duielidlng tho causa
of my ci'iiiilry gaint organized treason
at thu risk of my life until that dav. How
I had cscanod iliimolation 1 do not know.
except that it was In tho mercy or Clud's
providence, which sustained mo In my
efforts to put down
a HELi.-non.v nniiKLMOK.
I do not doom it necessary to go farther
In vindicating .either tnv personal or olll-
cial Integrity. If It shall over bo tho good
loriuno ot tlio member from Kentucky lo
receive tlio samo number of ovldoncos of
the state's regard us I havo received Irom
initio, und after the discharging of tlio pub
lic functions ho can show us clem a pair of
bands, 1 trust no yonngor man will bo to
ungracious as to c'hargo him with
KSCAM.NO FROM T11K l'ENITENTIAUY.
His doclarallon that I am loathed and
execrated by tho pcoplo of mv Stalo is as
falo as noli, for it Is tho solace of my de
clining days that thoy bring mo every
day ronowed ovidenccs of tlio good will
and kindly appreciation of tnv fellow-
citizens of Tenticssco The nsperlties of
war aro not yet ovet, and I doubtless sharo
In the hatred wh'oh unrepentant rebels
still manifest toward union min. but I ntn
siusUlncd brairood conicinnrn nnd tinfult-
ering trust in divino goodness, and
I CAN STAND THAT.
My public acts are already a part of tho
history of my stato and country, and I
submit them to tho honest judgment of
posterity, as tor my rudo assailant, as
Daniel ebster once said of a contempt!
nblo foo :
"I lcavo him; I leave him in tho worst
of all possible company; I leavohlm with
THE 0HMSTAL GEM
A MVMEItlOUS COUI'I.K.
(From llio Quiney Hrald.)
L-llled in tho ruilrond ards
t... i. .. ..!..!. Hi.nrv Itiflir. ol
of it ha? gone into the pockets of the 1 Aiuuta. Indiana, as .lames and Charles
radical thieves who are now clamoring Alerts 01 tins city, nu i.iBur. tUu..,., v
est vnniiij, ... 7 ', V ,
isrown noiliieu Jtiguy
, . . . .
lor more bayonet law in tlio south.
A f pecial Dispatch from IVash
ington dated the 10th iiut says in re
lation to the American claims for indi
rect damages against England
The foreign mail, which left London
on baturday, Feb. 3, arrived hero to-day.
but did not briny tin teitofKarl Graii
villes note in the shape of thu friendly
mts,age to which tho queun alluded a's
nsvliia leen Itnt In ,,,l,lr.... I., rll.
mnt on tie 7th. This mail, however,
brought unotUcml letters whleh indicate
tni mtaeo fentimont in Great Bril
' uver thu American caso U not shared
l''n"sucho.rWbv thu oillciaN of the
'""'"hgivetntiK.ni: While some fenr is
, ',''. y u'e wric" that tho tieaty
there t, rm ono that give the
ITZ, t,"t.will grow uiiiof the
SS1;:"; T,,u deling among the
cU ,r fn, I10 1(1 'I"11" gh-'ral lhat tho
t- L, , was pul in hv
but ; I,1"?1" tu complete ca,;,
of three " Ul uvy l,mid
back A , ,; S CUH fU tho
im. t. v. uvniiELi,,
No. 414 Wnnhlnulon Avenue, fit I.onla,
WOULD rep:trully nnnonnc lo thocltitfni
nf Cairo tint he will be In Oils town thU
wfcit oniy, tor mo purpose or telling the
CtlYBTAIi OEM SPECTACLEH,
unrl rspeelnllr flllin( ll comlltlonn ol the r-e lo
jiinviiu ur"p. nn win rccoife vuin on Buiur-
Inv. Kphruarr '24t Mt Mm. T. It. Rl l.l rnrn.r
Hetentb iilreet Rtnl Ootnmernlnl armue, fnr Hie
treAtmrnt or me to, epecillj in chroma rum.
inv anil nil rrninriiiit irrniir.Anf nr iiy nn mil
lenn orders t III" rrnliknceof Air. Ellin, or M
the I'omomeo fiuriu mo nvcx.
AUTlce free. iw-2-21
WIX AMI l.Ill!0!t!..
Importer nnl Wholcanlo Ilralcriu
TOBACCO fie CIO-AB3
Agent for the brttir&nila of
UllKAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Aim of IHITercnl Kind,
75 Ohio Levkk,
tf CAIIIO. HiM.NOISX
rvitsi ani uinivi.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AISD FURS,
WOOL, FEATIir.llH, KTC,
THK DAVIS LOCK STIC1I
CAIRO CITY COAL SBW1KG MACHINE
JlLP''-ta InterferMn tl.
' nlnArk ulft()(!v.UiiU
nti 1 1 d t-
r.millv nf his dentil, and desired to know
whiitthiiuld be done with tho romains.
Yestordav morning he received u dispatch
trom air. lvigoy nunseii, who iuouiu vmu
thu Liferts ami ids cousin wero niutaUcii.
In fHet, ho wns certain that ho had not
been tho subject of nn inquest, had nut
been run over by tho cars, hud not been
to Quinev, hut had been at homu and well
nil the time. Tlio fubstance nf tho dis
patch was that ns it was nono of ills tuner
ul ho hud no uso for tlio remains. Tlio
Coroner not boing able to obtain any in
formation concerning tho deceased, caused
tlio remains to be buried yesterday after-
The caso Is a little singular from tho
fact that three dill'erent persons wero rec
ognized in tlio romains, nnd that all tho
parties identifying weto mistaken. The
Lctnrts uro second couolns to Kl;sby und
wero positive that ho was tho victim. A
cousin of Higby's confirmed tlinm in thu
opinion und was certain that thoro could
III) no IIlltilK0 IIUOUI ll. niiuinur ruui't;-
nized In tlits remains a well known citizen
of tho county, but meeting tho said citizen
,,n thu streets u low liours afterward con-
eluded that ho was at fault. Threo gentle
men Identified tho body as that of a man
named Smith, living In the South
part of town, and wero so certain
about It that thov wont over to his resi
dence to break tho news lo his wifti, and
found said Smith, himself, sound nnd whole.
Kmployes in tho railroad yards think
thev liavo jpon deceased often passini;
UirouL'h tho vard. Others who saw tho
us "Brownlow, while in Tennessee, in
a pandomonium of that state," nnd, in or
dr that I mav not oenno tho Imnutatioti!
of a want o'f intcirritv or unmiticatcd
scoundrolisiu which ho hurls at tho south
ern governments, ho furtliur says
'Those aro tho men placed by congress
over seven million peoplo in tuiio onco free
and Independent Mutes; men who aro
loathed nnd execrated bvlhe nnoplo whoso
rights, liberty, and honor it was their duty
to protect, itetributivo justico is on their
track: somo Iiiito been overtaken, the
others will be. Haled and despised, their !
o ly refuKO, if they can escape llio peniten
tiary, seems to bo In tho.seiiuto of iho Uni
ted States." '
As 1 am ono of tho two Governors al-
ludod to, now senators of tlio United State,
those genoral charges apply to tne, and 1
cannot permit them to go unanswered to
I hnvo hud nothing to no witn tno au
ministration of any other stato than tho
ono I havo tho honor to represent in part
in tho senato; and -hall therefore contlno
my reply to that portion of Mr. Beck's re
marks which asperse tho government and
'Thoro wns a timo in tho history of my
Ufo when Mr. Beck would not havo dared
to put tins or any other insult upon me,
for fear I would avo taken from his hand
tlio slave-whip with which, as an over
seer on a Kentucky plantation, ho was ac
WHIP X BOKOES KOIt l'AV,
and laid it across his own back. The codo
bv which tho gentlemen of IContunky
were governed in those days, having in it
certain principles of honor, would not
liavo reached low onough down in tho so
cial scale te Und his level; for whon ho
abondoiied tho honorable pursuit of hos
tler in tho livervitablo to hpcomo a slave
driver, ho bctrnyod thu possession of qual
ities WHICH llio gentlemen 01 um aven
tuckv never ceased to despise.
11 llio overseer" oi jvunmeisy wmiineu
thu negroes under thoir slave syttein of
labor, tho gentlemen irom ivcntucKy, no
it said to their credit, sometimes whipped
A FATli HUNT-
(From the Wemphl Afalanche.l
Slindav lrlnrninr. n vnn. mnn nnmn.1
liorsoy, livinc with his father. Mr. Tho
Durscy, in tbo Konconnali bottom, nhout
lour iiiuosi irom town, wns instantly killed.
inc young man, in company vitn iii fa
thcr, was out hunting when tho dogs
STAltlKD A WILD CAT.
Young Dorsey llrcd at and wounded Hi
animal. Tho slot not killing it ho started
in pursuit, running rapidly with liis gun
u don bio barreled shot-gun in ills linn
Whilo running along ho cocked the othe
uarrei, wnicn was yet loaded. In jum
ing over a log Do trinned and re and
so doing discharged the gen, tho contonts
STRUCK HIM OVER THE RIOHT EVE
mid aurrlnd nwnv the cntira unnor nnrtlrin
of his skull. His father at tbo timo was
somo hundred yards distant and did not
spo tho effect of tho shot, tlio report of
which ho heard distinctly. "When ho nr
rived his bov was
I.YIXO ON" HIS HACK DEAD,
whilo he held with a death-grip the gun in
his right hand. b 1 b
Ksiiutro Hoglo was notifltd and sum
moning njury held an inquest. Tho jurv
returned a verdict of necidnntnl dmitli in
accordanco with tho facts n stated nbnvn.
Iho young man was but sixteen venrs of
ago and wus regarded as an unusually in-
A SET UP JOll.
John Sherman was reccntlv returned
by fraud to the United States senate. Ho
is a urant supporter, nnd the forces of tho
Grnnt party wcro used to secure his nlen.
lion, senator (jiige, an active radical who
represents tho Toledo district in tlio Ohio
legislature, did not support Sherman
whereupon tho Toledo Commercial nrn
coodod to real tlai;o out of tlln imrlv
Mr. (iHgo replies iii n letter, from whirh
nrn m..lto iho following extract t
" Wlien your legislators came to Colum
bus in the dischirgo of duty to which they
wcro uieuieu, wnounu wuai uid they nnd
hero to nsslst them In their choice of'l'nii
cd States senator ? "Why, they found an
organized lobby, composed of tho post
masters of all tho principal towns In tho
st ito; they found custom Ii juso otlluor,
roventio assessors and collectors; national
bunk presidents (threo of whom were from
Mr. She.'imm's own town of Mansfield);
wo found Northern l'ucilic railroad land
grabbors, and all tho hellish whisky rings
from ail tho country around ; ami last,
but not least by anv means, camo
Aleck Sands, lato United States Marshal,
commonly known as Archbl'hop of tho
Lobby, who is always on hand when
doubtful wprk is to buaccompilshed ; and,
in fact, everybody was hero who bad made
money out oi tho government through
jlr. Shermans assistance; all wore hero
to procure the ru-olcction of Mr. Sherman
to tho United States senato. Now, sir,
would it havo been necessary fur all these
people to have been hero to work for Mr.
Sherman if-lio was tho choice of the peo
ple? No, sir, 1 think not."
( prepared to supply euitomer with tho bM
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OtWEIW left at llnlllday nro. olllce, :o OHIO
LEVEE, or nt the lloal Tunl below the St.
t!hflrl.M llolpl. will recite Dromnt Kttrnlion.
TllKTttd " MONTAl'K " will i"iti6 roul lnn
mrle tpnmer nt nv hniir no2Mf
CITY SIIOK STOKE
OH AS. SCIIOENMKYKIl & CO.
All orden protnpll- attended to.
NORTHWEST COKKKR OF WAllMNOTOS AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
P. O. Drswer 1M1. JtnWf.
WHS. M. S WANDER, r
DEALER IN MILLINERY
IlOOr SKIRT FACTORY
lot.- aoisct roi
BOOTS AND SHOES
Coiuinrrrlnl Aveune, Corner of Eighth
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
DERS 1011 HOOPSKIKTa AND SHOES.
THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT OF THE AOE
Terms Most Liberal.
i..nt. ainteH for iinoccuuied territory. Send
for circular and price lint.
Branch offlrr, 012 North FonrlhHSr!
H. P. NEWTON. Mntr.
LADIES FUUNISHING GOODS,
L'onimerrlal Atvaur, oppesll Ellto
CLOTHING FOB LADIES' "WEAJs
.MJe te order, or IUtdy-Mide
nOOTN AND NIIOIM.
tody were satiMled they had soen deceased tlQ OVOrseers; they did not fight with
often, but cnnld not tell where. Tho ones
tlons, who ho va, what ho ws uoing in
tho yards, are unsolved. No information
has been obtained that throws any light on
widow, now a resident of d.""'
ft New York. v"-nlth,
them. Their codo of honor lorbado it.
But botli of thuto methods liavo gone out
of date, and in tho upheavals or tho civil
w.11- w find men who wore onco over-
e.,f n.rilrlnir to tho seats formerly filled
by Ulay and uriuenuau, unnuuuuniK i"
senate as a nnuso ot roiuuo tor vmu u, mm
yet canvassing thoir slates to secure a seat
In it. If H bo n mcro rofuge from tho
WOUIU IIKO lO IISK, 13
come to tho son
llebt of her million ..,r,f.7,,i 1 "
'!Lh" .'iSl'y . .If r..J ?.f h dlVi". m adow or sino .ino
It ..I . it s-i I rftflPll fill trl r. .. ir..-l.- O
X OOOD AVOKI) JfOH rxius.
'At lust ii u'ood word for VurU. Hero Is
I wbut 'Ouidu' fcttv: City of jmuro1 you
w.i nni-rinj.,. . ... 1 , -...11,1 I...- un.l mitli irtii I
I'hilllp-s lent . m ,"- ,',' i."- wy i,on tontiary, why, i
.,ui. . o . r-evit ttl. durliii. t,i. "nl "" tjity ot mo i ouri ir liat Vi. nl, nt nnxious to
y t to brrin, M Ui v i U city like horself ha. remembored the ,.wr ',B '"Kir! toil b-
uirty lowing bond .. ;... ",0 " her pleasures, and given to inom, no i,V.B, 1, moe
sicned thbtr..MV.r.r. .. I'lnllit. Ins tbun to tho richest, tho pleasures oi TV'r " ,,
' "-"'"SW. her lautsbitiL' hun
W-Bev Hugh Miller Thompson, wh
vmiy oeen callwl
die you vrili let your last youth die with
rr. i our ricn win mourn a paraunu uu-
S'-rted, but vour nonr will have need to
P with tear of blood for tho tuin of
"ie solo Eden whoso sunlight. soUBht
t Christ tlmrei, he " )Z "w- W"HS" f
'i " 'Jiieiiue8, wiiusb Eiuui ti"iu"
Venue. New Ynrlr. u , ' u J: . .. ""ues., B'i K"-V
of tlO.Ofy. , .. " . l""ieir tired feet, whoso ram
. , i.jnriHriy u tan c-waitor . .
IsK x Ir"1 yer I. tolo
held in hew lU,np0llr M
Thoro aro four panic, , "rc"
llcan, democrat, labor refo!" Tin
fSTlm Collimbiis, (Ohio,) ,S(alt J(
nan prctiuiniiai iicjcei, is u. S. ii,...
and WilllHto DunnUon, of Ohio. rit'v
"uee imiled t)le forrow frnm their aching
',. huh tn whoos wildest errors and
Wheso ,Rjnetl drcBtn
woes wem unlorgottcn.
their wants nnd
ir.s- Youk, Fob. .10, James Itomlnn
kuii, eonauetof r iim l.. . ss. anil m. u
rallroHd. eomo to ilia Fifth Avcnuo Hotel
with hit wir,, AVedncsday, and on Friday
stuted to bli wlfu Unit hu wus lidlnir to tho
uunk tu uraw some money. Uo has not
n benrd from sine.
forc-warn him of M impendliiK doom, that
1... lIiai.1.1 .l.tlfii . .. 11 . " m .
uu siMiuiu D.ii.ii in nun ,k rUn ir o uorc,
like the guilty king of KngUnd, who ex
11 Bv tho apostle Paul, shadows tn.ni..i,
Havo struck more terror jlo the soul f
Itlcliard, than can the substunco of ten
tuousatiu soiuiors i
t sin a rofuecp, and whilo tho short Um.
it nf mv 11 to endures cannot recover from
Its outward signs. Those fooblo limbs that
need assistance to uring mo to inn ijiiam
THEHE PALSIED HANDS
that nskfor help to writo; my whisporlnc
voice that can not speak my thoughts, nil
bear testimony to the fact I am a rcfu-
gen. it it u rnwaru s pari to ciiii mo ono,
but yet I hold tho title as an honor.
I firt became refugee on tho Bth day
THE VIRST hTATE ELECTION IN 1872.
The first stato election that occurs in
1872 is in New Hampshire Sho votes for
n governor and the legislature on tho sec
ond Tuesday in March. Sho hud been re-
ntibllcun for seventeen lomr venrs bv
small majorities, but in March, 1871, aided
bv local issue, tho democracy unexpect
edly carried Iter, choosing her governor
and all three of her members of congress.
Governor Weston is ngaiu the democratic
candidate, and his friends have high hopes
of his success bv a (air majority. The
democrnta expect to gain 1,500 votes bv
thu removal oi somo restrictions from
naturalized citizens, which tho republi
cans had hitherto imposed. If they do
succoed, it will greatly frighten tlio Grant
dvniifty. Last your tlio vote stood : Wcs
ton, 31,799; Pike, 33,892 ; tho teuipcranco
and labor reform candidate, 1,132. Thero
was no choice by tlio pcoplo, but Weston
was elected by a closo majority in tho leg
islature, tho democrats furmfni; a union
with tho labor reformers for that purpose
A IlISAPPOINTEU CINCINNATI PAPEK.
(Kroin tlioClnctniii.tl Commoner, Feb. 17 )
Wo had great hopo of an executive voo
irom Uovornur i.esiie, ot ueniucny.
teleirrnph states that ho has signed thobi
Of course, wo aro disappointed, for his
action proves thai Kentuckians will trans
act in matters involving tlrst principles.
Wo thought thu contrary of nil thu
branches of tho Stato government, except
tho Legislature, which we gavo up with
decided reluctance, because wo wero com
pelled to do It. And now comes thu
H Governor to disappoint us still more. Tho
courtier s ndvicu in Hamlet scums to be
Irresistible "Wo aro all apt to listen to tho
voico of toinptalion with money in its
lmtiU. is tit wiso mon Know that thoro aro
tilings beyond money's worth, and chlefoH
of these is the sovereignity of a State, for
which any price Is to small. Kentuckiau
will soon find, that they liavo fooled it
away for nothing in tho Cincinnati rail
A HAD OFFICIAL hlloWINd.
Inn sni.plnl meKiu'n tn tin. im.tfil.i i n ;
Governor Scott, of South Carolina, makes
as bad an exhibit nf his administration as
his worst enemies liavo charged upon him
Of liis finances, hero is a specimen : In
Kovembor. leiu, tno uout ol tho stato was
put uown by tho comptroller and assented
i" u tho governor anu treasurer at
ibCfi, tins UH. In Novombor 1871, Just
film ... ... . , 1 '
j;ur inter, ii is put tiown ny mo gov
.r,l"r ana trc8urer tit $16,701,008 08.
fmin'lul '"cre,.!0or$8,lU'2,000, and yet
mv. 1 10 ,b7 Incluslvo, $5,400,878,53
" " l7 " h " ' eeifd In taxos, tno amount
Zn Ju ' 1 h ."'med, being more than
3.ijX' ",",lHlB PnM. but tin
BOOT AND SHOE MAKKK,
tletween Washington Tenu and Poplar
Boots and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Kmplojreil.
Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D.BTIir.ET AND OHIO LEVEt
Has rrc.ii.d a full and comclete stock of xoods.
he newest and complelest In the cltr. Aa Im
mense sarltjr ot
RUJDONS, LACES AND FRINGES
he otters reat inducemets to her patrens and
all others to call on hrr.txamlne toe prices, etjlea
and (iiialllx o; tier fooar.
Mrs. 9wanaer. harinE sold her property, wll
sell the whole of these goods at and below cost
.low is thu lime to tmrchase Cmiattnaa food
t the tery lowent prices.
PA I WTElUt.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, sSign and Ornamental
Deorntlte I'aprrlinnslnK, KssIaOBila
I II K, s-ic,
J. 1. A Mil I.E
hii?hst itjrle ot the artX
s that deljr competition.
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
srccis.oa romr. srocxrLtTii
ItectlTyrr nml Wholexnlft Denier In
KorelKii nnd IIoiiipnIIc
wines ;and liquors.
No. C2 Oiuo Levee,
nhsvks. tixwaki:. i.-rs',
A. 11 A L J' E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
IJ E keeps on hand constantly a
full stork o
O.OI1I Kentucky llourkon, Kya and NonoDifa
lieu Whiskies, French Ilrsndies, llollaud Gin,
Rhine and Oallfornla Wines UnSmt
CO A I. AND WOOD.
Tin and Hollow Ware. Clothes Wringers Toile
Ware, Coal Hods, File Shoyels, Air (.at's
and ncAtia ii
TIN, ZINC, COPPER ANU SUBm
Eiohtii Stueet, Between Wabhikoton $Qt IQQ Wasllington-avenUO,
and Commercial avenueh,
AlolnliiK KKteiilioiiHn A llniilij'n.
Keep tho best of lleef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
L.iinb. Haitunue. ele.. and are iiremired to serve
citizens in the mont wcoiitalilo r aimer.
B-Uoonnz. flillleriiiKi nnd
work done nt shoitest nonce,
all kinds ofjob
I SI101' IN FEKKT HOUSE, CORNER OF 6TU
STREET ANIl CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOIIW UATEN, Proprietor.
10 Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
llest brand of California Cigars Just reeeiied,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the tst ol
tables : and bar sunniled with wines, llauora
and cigars of the finest brands.
And Dealer in Foreign ami Domestic
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Lovee,
Hetween Ninth and Tenth Streets,
JOHN B. PIIILLIS& SON
(Muccessors to Jno.D. I'htllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
OhOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Pabir,
Corner ElKUth Nlrcet and Ohio !
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. REXFORD ..,
f ORNKft OHIO LtVir. AND BKCOMD ST.,
. Cairo, Illinoib.
Jhe Only Firtt-Clas llouie in the City
nd from the Pepot
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT"
13J tenth street,
Door, NiMb, Blind. HonldlDK
Eave Unttcra, (wood) Window Bnd Doo4
framei, rioormp;, i.mm,
NhlnKlea, OlnHl Naah, Glniod Wide
Mgbta, Glased Tranaotns, s
Isaih Wclghln, Snati Pulllra and Cord,
Blind JFntenlnri, Itoofln;
Fait, Boolln; Cement, I'laalerln;
Paper, Carpet Veil, Wlille
Lead, Hnfid Oil, American Window
Ola, EngllHli andrreucb
Plato Gla, IMitly, Glaler' VolU
GROCKRIIM AND DItT GOO
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
nATS AND CAM. ETC.,
Has Just received a heayy atooz of Boot and
Hhoes, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie also ha a fane stock of Family Grocenesof
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
Hewer Pipe., Patent .!"''
. ....."TTT.e I'aner Company'
A 0KNT8 "rirAd Quarls Cement.
ll. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Kilter's and I'lumber'a material, Vfoo
pumps, globe anil ungio yalyes, stop
cocks, check yaires.eio.
Also aoiht ro
TnlUBrolUenc Patent Dry Ga Meters
And Moreheuse, Wells A Co' Automatio Water
Indicator and Hupply Valye for steam boilers.
WIKTW'a BLOCK, COMWWUWTIMU