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KMill ntllr Kvrry 1'iticr.
JOHN H. OBKRLY, Kdltor.
Mvss'a llio word, now.
Turns' not b.rn rtRlt P ' ",c'
grand Jury j et.
devilish !. .
ttvnlwny sili! lit- was
Tiik MrtylifU (Ky.) Democrat Is dolnjr
jjood ervlce In the cause of the Cairo ami
Tehneisce lvcr railroad. Us last Issue
contain Mvcml able editorial on the
Anion? Ibe enthusiastic and deter
mined workers lor the Cairo andTcnnes
ioe Itlver railroad, Is Col. W. .1. Syhes, of
.Memphis, Teiw. The Colonel Is :i host
I'oor Dave! we have hoped against
hoie that hi friendship for unit :isoeiu
tlmi with Mittin were Innocent, but If the
telegram1 from Sprlnjjllelil are correct,
Hope tohl a flattering tale.
Senator .lohn A. I.ogan i. reported as
lying dangerously ill at the Palmer
House, In ChSe.iro. He Is Slldei hut front,
acute rlieumalUm of the brain, Is It pos
sible that Legaii liax been struck by
Fernaiiilo Wood, who has been men
tioned occasionally as a probable candi
date for the speakership of the House,
has withdrawn bis name and announced
that he is uot a candidate for the position.
Four New Vork votes under his control
will now go to Kerr. Tho Alabama del
egation, numbering' seven votes, were
uuaulraous for Wood, but, it U now
thought, wllleast their strength for Ilan
dull. THE" THIItll TKIIM.
The third term agitation may now
ccae for the present. The Chicago
Trilunt anuounees that President Grant
does not Intend to be u candidate for the
presidency next term ; that he has long
contemplated a viit to KHrope, which
he will carry out some time .soon after
the close of his present term of
ollice; thit when he returns from this
foreign tour broadened and matured us a
statesman, and with more comprehensive
views of the science ot government, the,
people may, in 1SS0, recall him to the
presidential otUcc, to which course, fays
the TrilitM, the people could have no
possible objection., This proposition of
the 7W6un, evidently Intended to placate
the people and satisfy General Grant,
may put a quietus on the third term busi
ness, but it Is doubtful if It will.
Tilt: IOWA KKXATORKIIU'.
The politicians of Iowa have begun to
work up the question of the new Sena-
tor.hlp of that State. Senator Wright's
term expires In 1877 and his successor
win ue ctecteu at inc approaching ses
sion of the Iowa legislature. The aspi
rants to the position number about half
a dozen and include sm.li well known
uamcs as those ol Gen. W. W. Belknap,
of Keokuk, present Secretary of War;
the lion. James Harlan, of Jit. Pleasant,
formerly Secretary of the Interior, and,
later, United States Senator from that
State ; the Hon. Samuel J. Kirk wood, ot
Iowa City, the "Old War Governor" of
Iowa, aftei wards United States Senator
to till a vacancy, and now Governor elect;
the Hon. George W. MuCrary, of Keo
kuk, now member of Congress from the
First District, and the lion. Hiram Price,
ot Davenport, formerly member of Con
gress for two terms from the Second 1)1
trlct. Thq.coiitcst,betwwii those candi
dates 'promises to be a warm rmp. mid
may result in the tfefcaf of all of them, in
which case, the Hon. James Wilson,
member of Congress from llm Vttiu is
trlct, Is mentioned as an available com
The prospects of this railroad enter
prise are looking up, and it is uot at all
improbable that before another year rolls
around, Cairo will be connected, by It.
with a rich portion of the Southern coun
try. The people along the line
of the 'road, particularly that ex
tending from Lynnville to' .May
field iu Kentucky, show an ac
tive determination to complete It at an
early eriod. Private subscriptions, some
reaching to the handsome sum of two
thousand, five hundred dollar-, have been
made, and several land owners, through
whose land the line of road has been sur
veyed, announce their intention of grad
ing It and putting down tho cross-lies at
thtlrown expense, through the limits of
uieirowu and. lly thus putting their
shoulder to the wheel, the Kentucky
Unntn iiiU.-ri-Med In the building ot tho
i-Uro nl Tennessee lUver railroad.
svwpi pun tor completing t which t.r.t
only mike tltfui deserve success hut also
viium v, .u.vaiid It; ttutr .....
t-rgy entitles th:ui to the hearty t:.,,,..
dulon of the people In all the M.-ctlon ol
country to be benefitted by the C. and T.
It. railroad. The line, when completed,
will connect Cairo with the finest por
tions of Tenne.sce and Alabama, ami hi
lts junction with Southern roads, enuro
a continuous line from this city to tho
Gulf of Mexico and tho Atlantic ocean.
KHOTT O WKMTKItX
The Vlcksburg Dally Htrald publisher
an interesting letter from thu Jlon. J,
Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, to a per
somd friend In Carroll Parish. Louisiana
Mr. Knott writes upon tho vast Impor-
1 il.. S .4. . . .
uuiuciuuic tiesi aim jomi, 0f (i,Q j,.
provemeut of Western rivers, and chief
timing mem, mo iniipp rjTt.rt jju
dwells upon, tho fact that nature has
made the luteresU of the West and South
lucnucai, cementing them together by the
vast inianu sea winch stretches through
tho center of tho Mississippi valley.
pable of iusUlnlog upon Its ample bosom
the comweu'C Ol the entire globe, thus In
dicatlng the Omnipotent Hat that In
outlets to the markets of the world U
not, and never can be, through nrtijicuti
channels, hig through beds of granite,
or sealing snow-covered mountain peak's
but along the great natural thoroughfare
fashioned by the Almighty hand that of
Had the people of the West and .South
realized these factx In their full stgnlll-
caneo twenty yeans ago, says Mr. Kilott,
there would have been no occasion
for the war of secession, with all
Its fearful consequence; and "It
but a tllho of tliu millions of the common
treasuni which have been recklessly
squandered upon glgautle railroads,
through howling wildernesses, over
desert plain and along distant nud unin
habited mountain gorges, simply to feed
fat a horde ot hungry monopolit, been
appropriated to the improvement of the
MiMsiipplatid its tributaries the despair
ing cry for cheaper transportation which
wells up from tho great grain-producing
est Would never have been heard :
while the South, supplied with cheaper
provisions would have turned Its atten
tion more e.vclmively, and with better
heart to tho production ol its great nat
ural staple, and thus Increased our
exports-by many, many millions of dol
Mr. Knott deprecates the parsimony
of the Kovurmncnt us c.liU'iU'd In tho
sinallness of It outlay for the Improve
ment ot the .Mississippi river and
Its tributaries when compared with
the heavy appropriations which have
from time to time tieeu tnad.' tor the Im
provement ol the harbors on the Atlan
tic coast and the Western lakes. Ills
protct is lust and well timed. The sub
ject Is one In w hlcli every onu of the "busy
millions who Inhabit the most produc
tive portion of the continent" has a direct
Intereit ; It Is fast pressing Itself on the
minds of tho people so forcibly that sub
stantial results in the near future may be
The Upper MIssUslppl river Is lull ol
The bishop-elect of the Kplscopal
diocese of Illinois will be consecrated
earlv in tills month.
Secretary Chandler can find no one
who is willing to accept the commission-
ci ship of Indian nilairs.
Frederick Douglass was one of the
pall-bearers at the public funeral of Vice-
Pre-ldent llson in Hoston.
State Treasurer Isaac Welsh, of Ohio,
died nt his home near St. Clalr.svlllc in
that State on tho 29th ult.
Robert Tyler, of Alabama, a son of
President Tyler, Is a candidate for clerk
of tho House of Representatives'.
Pork packing in Kansas City is .pro
gressing in a very lively manner. From
three hundred to a thousand head of
hogs per day arc killed.
The cold weather of the past tw
days precipitated a battle of the coal
dealers iu Springfield, prices fell, and the
poor people reaped the benefit of the
Vice-President Wilson was only
dead fifteen minutes when tho doctors
began to cut him up. This indecent haste
of the doctors is severely denounced by
The whisky ring nt New Orleans Is
In an uucomfortablo state of expectation
and is endeavoring to put its house in or
der, preparatory to an Investigation by
James P.Sladc, of Dellcvlllo, one of the
trustees of the Illinois Industrial Univer
sity, has resigned, and Gov. Hevcrldgc
has appointed the lion, nillard C. I lagg
to till the vacancy.
Tho telegraph was a little premature
when it announced day before yesterday
tho death of Charles O'Conor, the emi
nent Now York lawyer. He Is recover
ing from his late sevcro lllnes.
A small-pox patleut iu Kvaiisville,
a few ny,u uKo, got up In her delirium,
and going from hoiiso to housv, rang
nearly every door bell iu one portion of
(he town. And now tho doorbells In
that locality shine as they never shone
Hon. II. A. Neale, president of the
Cairo and Tenne-.ee Uiver railroad, no
tifies the directors of tho road that a
meeting to consider buMncsS of impor
tance to the road will bo held in May
field, Kentucky, on the 4th lust.
Captain Preston Itaxtcr, of Jackson
county, died very suddenly while out
hunting with a party of friends on an is
land below Grand Tower, hut week.
Captain itaxtcr had been a pilot on tliu
river from his caily manhood until
within the last few year".
-The Memphis. lr((icAe: "The Aus
tin (Texa) StuUxmau, of a recent num
ber, brings out, as Democratic leaders for
lb'ti, Sunset Cox and John Cowdou, the
firnt especially distlnguMicd as a free
trader, and thu la.-t as thu udvocntc of
cheap and rapid water transportation,
tho two securing to Hie people of tho
Mississippi valley commciclal and poiltl
Charles Nodhofi, In the New Vork
( says ofMoody, thu levlvallst, that
he "Is not a lanutlc. hut ;i ennl. elr.-ir.
ticauuft wj,,, UaiW10 open n ruvl-
ji meeting usl as a i. in,.,. - w. i.i
in.-ii.i meeimgoi stockholdurs. ll., U
uoi .is not.y ami vehement as the noted
evangelists ol twenty years ago, nor Is ho
mora man oiuinailly emotional, ills
great iullueiice Is m.ilulv owln-r toil,,.
simplicity ol bis maimer and tho direct-
ness ami tertcnes of his appeal.. Pro
foundly lmpres.ed with the Imitortaucu
of a change ol life, he-utter his convic
tions iu a deep nd earnest way which
em hardly fall to be ellcctlvu on the
mludsof Ids audience, and therein lie
Jt pays to trade at llellbron & Weil, as
they have marked all their goods down
to suit the times, and havu always a large
and well selected stock of clothing. Wo
Invite every one to call on us before go-
lug elsewhere, A good casluet suit fur
?u, at llKH.nitox ic Wi:ti
ISXX Amber ami White rag stock
envelopes nt the IJui.uru.N olllee, printeu
t'J Wand $1 00 per M.
LIGHTNING STILL STRIKING.
Coiiakrnation and . Dismayat the
? WWto rkusc-A Plea f.lNiii-
cerico from BabCocki' "
THE INDICTMENT AGAINST MUNN AMD
til Whl.ti Tlit-.v Aro .'. r1 In
plum AMiiy Vte Count.
Thy Art RiquHted to BtcpTupidiOive
TIip A scry Trim More Abnul
rot-li I'tr., tilt.
at tih: wiiii i: uoi'si:.
Wa4ii.((-ox, 1. t. Nowmber 20.
The White llon-o Is iu a llutter over the
new rrotn SI. Louis. lleinlcrson' threat
that lie would show llaheoek to lw In the
whlky ring Is received bv thu Giant
family and colateral relatives with con
sternation, nud the sterv has been started
hero by ltabcock friends to-dav that
llrl-tow would soon lie compelled to
leave the cabinet. Then' Is no founda
tion in t''l threat. Itrlstow will stick,
mill ll the evidence should be discovered
against Grant himself, will prosecute him
as rlgorou-ly a the balance.
Hjlpti NtienN l.lhe Stuck I'ltr.
WA'stiivoro.v, Nov. Tlie following
telegram was sent this afternoon by Gen.
Ua'icKok to tin United Stat district at
torney at St. Louis :
Waiumiion. Nov. "0.
Ho.v. D. P. Dvnu, U. S. District Attor
ney. St. Louis. .Mo.
I . b.-trnrir,i riiuoceiil, ami e.i.
telegram 1 scut will appear perlectly In
nocent lhi moment 1 can be heard. I
demand u hearing before court where I
(Sigucil) O. V.. II.MICOCK.
Clinical l.:ist Mniui mill I.tncKrtr In.
Isniii'i!i'l'l H.cI.il IM-iutcli to St. Iritis !!t
publinin A copy of the indictment foiind by the
V. S. grand jury, nt St. Louis, ngaint D.
T. Linegar ot Cairo, was received at the
United States district attorney's olllee
licit to-day. The indictment Is against
Linegar and Dan Miuin Jointly, and con
tains live counts, two of which arc based
on tho frauds committed at thcSagctowu
distillciy, two upon the allegation that
that Samuel liarton paid Muuii and Lin
egar $2,000 ns a hi Ibe, ami the fifth
charges an illegal use of revenue stamps
at the Lebanon distillery. Linegar will
no doubt bo arrested within a day or
two, and a copy of the indictment ha-
been .-cut to Chicago to sccutc the ar-
le-t of Munn, who is supposed to bo
there. It is stated, though not upon olll
clal authority, that both the-e men will
be indicted hi the U. . court here next
lion. J. P. Viiiidoisten. district attor
ney, telegraphed to Mr. Linegar al Cairo
that lie was wanted here, and there, is no
doubt he will appear to-morrow or next
day. It is said that both Munn and Line
gar will be indicted at the next term of
the United states court neic. as two ot
the alleged offences were committed iu
tills Stale, lloth Munn and Linegar are
well known and popular here, and the
ollleial report of their Indictment creates
The .SI. I.ouls WJilitO Kill J.
I'liociiKiuMis in Tin: v.s. nisiitKTcontr
ilr. IS. W. Ilrewingtou, foreman of the
irrand iurv. appeared and suijinllted iu
writing to thu court, certain questions
which a witness betoru the grand jury
had refused to answer. Judge Treat or
dered that the witness answer these ques
tions, but impressed the foreman that
these answers cannot bo u-ed against the
witness in court or as a hacls for action
against him on the part ol thu grand
i neiiiaioi Jir. . very was men re
a iiAUdKu who was cor.uci:i.
Win. J. Hassett was tho first witness
called and testified : I reside in St. Louis
and have for two or three years ; I held
the olllee of U. S. ganger ; I was as
signed to tho distilleries of Feu seher and
Jouettand to the rectifying houses of
Hevisit FraHT and Derby A Day; I did
improper gauging under thu advice ol
Jovec ami Kvere.st: Jovce said the gaug
ing at Tciischers must bo done by direc
tion of the storekeeper, .Murray: l let
Mr. Murray control the matter entirely ;
he gave imi $2 per barrel for liquor re
moved Illicitly ; I got that on about 00
barrels ; they only ran seventeen days
while 1 was at thu distillery; at Jouetfs
1 got the same amount of money per bar
rel, but more, crooked was made ; It. W.
Jones was storekeeper then; Kvervst
said I was to report to him ; the crooked
we made varied sometimes more and
sometimes less; Jouett would put the
money Iu nu envelope and I handed it to
i-.veresl : men J-.veresl na Id mu mv share
of it ; I don't know of any stamps being
sent back from UevU & Fra.cr's .
"iiiky WKiti; a 1. 1. in ii ;
Kverest said all the olllcers were Iu the
ring and I could only retain my place by
doing wuat tuey wauteu ; l understood
linn to say Avery and Uabcook were iu
It; I didn't know what ollleu Avery held;
we got notice ot raids ; Mr. Itevls told me
once or twice about agents coming ; I
never talked wilh Fit.roy: I only talked
with storekeepers at the distilleries about
It; was never at Hevis & l-'raer's distil
lery : I was In olllee about a year: at
Toii-chers, Murray paid mu every week ;
Murray collected nud paid tho money to
i-.verest, who said lie iook it to .lovee.
The witness was not cross-examined
UlACINlS A 'll'.I.COIIAM.
John A.Donahoe. clerk in the Western
I Till, in 'l..l,.(prnitli .illt.. it i-iik i.,.!ilt,.,l ti, I
hIiowii a telegram which ho identified as
No. 812. dated U iMiiugtnu. December .
I&71. aildreed to Joyce and signed by
O. K. Ilabcock. Thu witness said : It
was sent from WashlngtoiibythoA.it
P. Hue and then transferred to our linn
It was delivered hero by messenger No
20 at fi;20 p. in,, Dec. .I, and receipted for
ny Jir. nperry.
.Mr. n m. I . npcrry tcstl lieu : J am a
clerk at tho Planters' House and was in
Dce..lh7l : Jovce and McDonald boarded
there and I wiu hi tho habit of receiving
dispatches for lliein; I received this tele
gram (l ho one Ideulined uv i lonauoei on
Dei!. 5, lh7l, and this is my handwriting;
I did uot nut down Ihu time of day, the
messenger hoy did that; I was In thu
habit of delivering dispatches to McDou
uiii ami .loycu
iiAiicocK Tin: M'v.
The dispatch was then read as follows
Wamiim-.iih: ll,.,. r. IVJ7.1
John A. Joyce, euro John McDonald, St
l .inns .
Cannot hear that any one has gono or
Is going. (Signed) O. K. Haihjuck.
Hero Gen. llondersou announced that
the case for the govrrmneiit was closed.
Judge Kruiu asked Gen. Henderson
what ho pioposed doing w ith the second
count ot iho Indictment, to which tho
general replied that It need not bo In the
way ot the defense, as It would ho at
tended to alter the ease for the latter was
i id: iiki'knsi:.
Alter considerable quibbling between
oppos ng attorney, Judge Kruiu pro
ceededlo address the Jury for tho defense,
announcing that alter Ids argument he
would, lulrodmo some evidence, but
vroiiM not occupy the time of the court
long.llAner Judge Krum's argument,
thofeUowhig t "
W r.viniNiT. lOhjAvnuY -
WMllicard: fr -T W
Mr. .15 W. Doiigla's for the ih fciife was1
ri-called .and testified! At Ihu Uino-I
tried to kei'ii (he New Oilcans raid ii se
cret I hail siiplclons of n certain party In
my oiuco and Hie siispccieu pariy was ai
forward. changed from one room to an
other. It was mere suspicion and I tltm'l
want to mention him as I might do hint
injustice; I don't know a single thing
against him : when Avery spoke lo me
about the New Orleans raid he said ll
looked as though 1 hadn't confidence hi
my chief clerk, and spoke of others hav
ing known It; I have received report"
and documcnt-i through the hands of
clerks, that were mailed to them, bill In
tended for mo : thl was done when Uie
parties sending didn't know the regula
tions of Iho service: it may lie that olll
evr .icnt report" to clerk that they
wanted to reach my hands directly, and
Hip clerks would ' hand them at ontv
ai.wavs a t.r.Ai;.
Cro-exanilnatlon I changed the man
I siwpected iu mv olllee wllhhi two years
of May Iat, bul'lhat N about a guess : it
va on account of a nare suspicion mat
lie might talk ; 1 had no knowledge and
have none no.v ol his gulll; it was
founded on the fact that things had got
out ; I did not $upcct Avery one particle;
there was still a leak after the change,
but I didn't know where; I tried to keep
tilings quiet invscii ; persons auxioiM lor
paper to reach mo promptly cut lliein
to elerks sometimes: Joyce and McDon
ald knew Hie regulations, I suppose : it
wa against the rules of the olllee to fend
things so, as all papers for me were re
quired to bo addrcs-etl to llm. commW
.doner: AIcDuiml.l '."e may n:mr
sent documents intended lor me that way,
but I don't now remember.
i:t'tTi.t:s rnou .tovii:.
Judge Kruiu here arose and oU'ercd
certain letters from Joyce to Aveiy.
Gen. Henderson objected 'to the letters,
which were handed to Judge Treat for
his decision on the question.
After examining thu letters the court
ruled that they were admissible for three
reasons : Fir-t. to show that Joee wrote
to Avery on unimportant nutters and
signed himself "A."; second, that he
wrote In a familiar ami social way ;
third, to show that Instead ofeommulil
eating or even alluding ton conspiracy
or any frauds, he Houtly denied the ex"
Istenci! of any such. Judge Kruiu then
read the letters, which are as follows :
St. Louis, Feb. II. 1S71.
Fr.Aii lln.t.v: Will you be kind enough
to send me a compilation of the Internal
revenue laws as now In force. Von
tnlks have the books, I believe. Did you
get my la-t letter i Seen Mcgrue and'thu
Hardlways. I hear they are peddling
their grievances to any who will listen.
Have nothing to do with them lor they
are bad egg. Let me know all you
know about Ford and Ids successors "
IN a sii;w.
Sr. Lori. Sept. 20.7-1.
Duaii lln.t.v : Yours of the Kith lu-t.
Is received. Thought something va thu
matter, becano of your long silence. I
have no reason to doubr your .statement
that your time is much occupied in get
ting mo hang ol your new po-ition. Do
I understand you to say that Mr. Doug
las has gono on leave of absence till Oc
tober? Is Rogers acting commissioner.
Politics Is on the boll ami I am in the
kettle, as you will fee from thu en-
cloed clippings from luiowspapcr.
1 OIII, i.
A MAMCHICS SI.ANIIKII.
Sr. Lorts,, Juno ', 1S"."i.
Dn.ut Coi.oNur. : You have no doubt
heard that I resigned on thc2f!th of April
last, and that my resignation was ac
cepted. After this, on thu 1st ot May,
my wife and I started to New York,
where I remained three days ; then went
to Iiooneville. my wilb's home, where 1
spent n wick ; thence to Niagara Falls.
where I had never been : theuco to Wind
sor and Detroit, where my wife has two
cousins; thence to Chicago and to Iowa,
to visit my uncles, where I spent ten
day, and then hack to St. Louis, where
I arrived just a weeK ago to-day, and yet
somo malicious said that I had
left the country, because I happened to
be away when tho whi-ky cases came on
the tuuiu oi muv.
iii:i.i. iiatii no tkii nous.
Well, I'm now hear, ready to face any
music that anybody can play. During
my service in tliu Internal revenue de
partment 1 made a largo number of ene
mies, necessarily. In tho duu peformauce
of my duties, but I challenge any man
llmt lives lo s:iv tleil I ever took or naid
out a cent for a'iding cither directly or In
directly, anyone to defraud the govern
ment, iiiey may unci some mievcs ami
mu-hirers to swear to a Ho and therefore
blacken mv character for the lime being,
but I will say to you that 1 am stout mid
confident iu llio right and care not tor ail
the combined powers ol hell. Will try
and see you ere long. Yours very truly,
.IOIIN A. tlOYL'i:.
Several depositions as to Avery' good
character were then oU'ercd, alter which
the evidence lor tho deleiiso was closed.
as to the second count of the indictment
ludsc Kruiu announced that nt thu pro
per time ho would submit evidence and
argument, more complete, showing that
his client was not guilty of the charge
laid Iu the Indictment.
Notwithstanding the renorts. alleged
to come front United Stales olllcers. thai
ex-Supervisor Munn lias been indicted at
hi. l.ouis lor alleged complicity with the
u'l.iii.... ift..,. r-i.t. .' t
, tinnj .tiiiii, vii i.iii Jliljfei a UtIIHIilllU IU
deny the story. The Chicago Tribune of
Sunday nays :
The coullicling rumors that have nei-1-
odically coinelrom St. Louis, about tho
imiiciineiit and arrest of I). W. Munn,
:ml the further knowledge that Ids case
was considered by tho late grand jury Iu
tho United States court for this district,
led a Tribune reporter to attempt to
gather some Information about him yes
terday. It was learned from authority
that some strong testimony was adduced
against MlllUM but Hint, while tho ovl-
ucueu wnn in ii naiiini lo warraill llio
gravest suspicion, It was not quite strong
enough to round au Indictment on.
Iu thu words of a gentleman w ho was
present when Iho testimony was heard,
"It looked as though Munn must have
been hi It; and yet nothing was proved
that might not have come from earless
uess, sud you can't very welt Indict a
man lor that, you know." Another rea
son tor uot finding a true hill was that
the III deeds charged against Miuin were
Committed hi another ilUlllct fi-iim llm
Iniioln whlchiho Jury was silting, and
mu inoicimeni it at nil should he in thu
same district with tins crime. A lurv-
nau who heard tho testimony said. "If
mioiigm io mi indicted let them do It
down there ; they havu all the witnesses
whom we had and probably some more
Thu cvl donee of member ol tho reve
nue service show that it was a close
"ling mr .Munn as ll was. Tho grand
Jury was kept hero nearly n week after
tllCV hllil lllllulinil nil tln.l,. nllmi- Iiii.Uu.ol.
for the purpose ot hearing ir- couple of
witnesses who were expected to clinch
the other evidence. Thu witnesses who
were to come did not come, and they
were compelled lo adjourn without In
lerlciing with Mr. Munu's liberty.
Lending Journal of Southern
Willstcadlastijr oppose the polh-lca ol tiu
itciuibllcaii pnrty, nnd refuse to tit tram
mellcd . tho dictation ol anyelhtie in the
It believes that tliu ltepublicau patty nn
fulfilled its mirslon, uud that tliu i)t,no
cratlc party as nuw orgau'cd nhouli. t crc
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that lots
fer several years oppres-cd the Soul!
should be overthrown and tnc people r: 1 1 r
Southern States pciuilttt-d to ccntio. thru
It bclluvtts that railroad corporation.
should bo iirohlbiteil bj- legls'utlve ci m-t
mints from extorting and unjustly dncrini
iuatlng in their business traufactlons with
It rcconlcs the cijn.-illty of all men be
fore tliu law.
It advocated freo commerce turf II fi."
It advocates resumption ol specie pny
in nut, and botiest paymei.t ol llm jii'i.Ii
It advocates oconnni) in tliu udml'ilstiu
tlou ot public ullalr.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The llullctin will publish all the loeai ccwi
ol Cairo, ami a variety of Commcrcta!, Po
litical, Korelgn aud tieueral Nuwn, un-J en
deavor to please all tastes and Interest il,
T II K
Is a thirty-two column paper, luriiislicii tr
subH-rlbcrs lor the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'ost-ige prepaid. . Il Is llm cheapen papel
hi the West, and Is a pleasing l'"iren(,c
Visitor nnil Kamily t'ouipaniou.
Cannot fail to see tho v -ivuled Iniliieu.
mcutsollcred by Tlio llulletln In tho way
ol eheap uud prolltablo ailverllscmeiitw
A Clear Havana, Loaie: Filler,
S Si G i'k'T BHiOS.,
Sole Agents, Two .Stores, 74 Ohio
Xievee, anci Washington Ave.
Comer .Eighth Street,
ITavo Reduced their Eutiic Sir i L in both their Storcfi, Conuiating of
DRY-GOODS and OLOTH1HG-,
To a ntW It' ' i I n tit M'i" mI.. J t! il i J r 1 . I , -lint ' 1 m-f ti
ti i i 'i .-.-! .is ... y
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
in HgmsD m mimi m m 3-j bsa? is nm tumm
also in rurtNmirKG goods i
" In ,,iir iir)-i..,,-'i-li-; .ilnnjnl ni-H'.lll )fii-
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
Ti i'rr'U.lj- ho Inij - I i ('ii- iimniihl of mwu ,l,,IUr.
5T"l,ie ii-ii ii-inl and ue will r,,tiMin , y.rti tbat Me lnftin wlmt we say "(T
IT PAYS TO TI? AD Z AT
HEILBEOS" & WEIL'S,
142 8c 144 Commercial Avenue.
ii i - H
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wmi and iqiaorSt,
L 62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIHO, ILL.
Keeps a full st ck of
Monongaliela, Ryo and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELIjV ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WHTES.
St At tt? M H TTrn . re
t v . a n b n to ia
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
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