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ftMlTII, HACK it CO.,
UKXF,lt A Li
NO. :KW F.IIOAD STREET,
AUUUSTA, - - - OA
:. fprciiuily Solicit C'oijlnmenu of
PROVISIONS. PRODUCE. GRAIN AND
rpo ulii.ti they will iflvc careful mid prompt at
J. ti.utiuii, T Li y are. prepared to make, liberal
cdwin im lli"lr lel cflortM fur the Interest! of
tbimfurlU HiUIU H1IU COUHlUUluliH.
l:. f'-r. v TTtnl1iii. to Natiuwai. Rask. of An
Kita; National Exnumi Hank, of AuxunU. .
(JAIKO ST. LOUIS R. R.
bhortest Line to St. Louis!
MMIE triln. livthln road connect at St. Loul.nnd
1 Ea.t st, Loiil. wiili nil other line to Uiu KAT,
Throned rtpre.a have" Calm 10'i am.
'Ihn.iwu fipre. arrive at Eat St. Lnttt a -llpm.
Mtirphy.tNiru accommodation leave Cairo :!. ji.ln.
Miirphv.lMiro c. arriie. at Murphv.boru 8 Vip in.
TiiMiiih ripreM leave Kl St. Loill. H:4."ia tu.
'i'hrotii;ti expro arrive, at Calm 5:1 p.m.
Mnrpbye'Mtrii nc. leave Mtiriihy.boro 5:rj.in.
Itirjbiboro ace. arrive, at Cairo U:Kp.m.
lll'UL'H M.ITIIE Cairo and St. Lotil
lvr.i-U r..UlI.H inroad in the nulr AM.
1!AH. HofTR Mwn Cairo anil St. Loiil. under
management: therefore there arc oo delay at
wv .tailon. awaiting contiei Uoim frmn other lino.
iff i'ai'in;.-r. tfolnit North. Northcn-t and Ww
:.i.u!il mt liujr their tli ket. UUtll they have flam
luvd our rati and route..
L. -M. JnMNS(N. (iencral Manner.
li. J. FINK, (icm-rul Aii'iit. ( aim. HI.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAL R. R
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpilE otilv road rutiiilnj two dully train, from Cairo
J tnakiiii! illn-i-t . ..nil". -iloti with Eastern line..
TKUNs I.KAVK CAIRO- I :o p. 111 : r"-1.-.-.,
arrimiL' iu M. Loin ' V p- ni ; Chli-ajoVUI
!i in : 1:M ! in.: meinnatl and Loul-vllie rn.t
I 1 arriun.' In Cincinnati at f :o: a. 111 : Loui.villo
7 to a 111.; liidlanpo:l 4:1'' m. Vanvhzrn by
Lis train armc at above poliHn
12 TU -M HOL'ltS IN ADVANCE
Of uy other route.
I 0 .1 i t m- Mall. lth .l.-l'r. atta.-ln d. for
l-.l'-' sT UUlSaniK llU'Ai.O.arrnlni: In St.
!.o,il-at .:!. tn : liUi.iat:oo p. m . rot.u. rt
I at Mlii or Kfllnnliaiu for Cinciuimti, Louli-ville
FAST TIME EAST.
II CJVVPVIJI'T thl li tics ?n throiifh
LiSMjAwriU'tn thKl without any
tli'lar raiiiii'd r Sunday liitum'tiinK. Tlie Satur
i'iv afti-rniKin train Irotn I'aln. arrlf. In Nw m
M.'mil,iy nioriiltii!t -2- Thirty -tlx Uotin lu ad
vsiirn of anv othi-r routi".
ty Adv.rtlii m.'nt. of rnmn-ttnc H'"" that tttvjr
T -xAt- tx-tt- r tliui' Ulan thin on.- am l-tu d rlt i.-r
tljrotitfh iijnnrnnn. or a d.'.w to ml.li-ad the piiWh;.
Kur ihriiii!h tli k-t and Itifornmllou apply at lilt
nol. Central Itallr.md ili-pot Caini.
TRAINS AltltlVK Al CAIRO: . , .
Krn,, a" Pf-
4 in a. tn.
' J AH. '.ioH NSON. (ii-u'l Southern A't.
.1. II. J(INKS.TIi ki-t Atfenl.
(JAIIiO & VINCKNNES R.R.
Cl MILES TnE WSvJZF T0
47 MILES VX-
T1MUKK A.U Aiii.-miv.'
I ATlTraTIIK S I H KT K ST TO IS PI
Ab .MlLfjS AIiil,l,l'llILAUELI'UIA,
YOHK AND HUSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trulu or all other roiiten timkltig tho amo
fv Vhttrnvt Iit other roiiti" to niako fonnoc
c'li,. iiuiHt rldti all'tiltht. wiiltlnit from one to Hx
I.oiir- at loniill couutry utiilloiis for trului) of cou
1 I Yf infmrPTIIE FACT and rake our 4 M
lll'jMrjM.ltl'l . ni. train, reiirhlni! hvunn.
villi-. Indliitmiiolla, Clncltmatl Mini Louisville famo
dnv. Tnilui lenvo and nrrlvu at Cairo at follown:
3,ThrouBVh''tlckeu' tthd Vbuc'ki' 'to "a'n"lm'portuiit
. lien'l l'a. Airenl. (.eneral Sup t.
L. U. CIll'ItCH. ramuttgur Atjeut,
gT.L.,1. M. it SOUTHERN.
E jpre.a lenvea Cairo dully P m'
Kxprya urrlvea nt Cairo dally
10 CITY FERRY CO.
M4VM I.BATaa tliVK
Foot KourtU at. MlMourl.J-mtrj;. Kentucky Ld's.
6 . ttw.
10 a. m.
HK) a. m.
1V: a. m.
0 a. m.
1 P Bl.
ArwrWV-iiM An" Hit
WATCHKH. JEWEI.IIV, KTC.
Edward A. Uuder
(Huccsor to E. & V. Under),
Aud Deulem III
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
M L'SICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Cor. F.iiflitli St. and AViwliinston Ave.
Watclnnakcr & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Ilctwoen Commercial and I ft,,!,,,, Ill
W lu-hliitftou arua., f Ltlll U, J 11.
FINE WATC1IW0KK A SI'F.CIALTY.
t WKnirravlnir and all ki mil of renalrltic ueatlr
ttT All klndmif Solid Jewelry made to order J
WHOLESALE WINES AND LII.'OIW.
Wholuaalt ai.d kotall Ialm la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinda,
K0. CO OHIO LEVER.
MESSRS. PMTTII CO. hata rnn.tantl? a la'C
Hix-k of tlm tii-.t r.K.il. In tlx Uiark' t and ti
opi-rial attf utlou to the wh(ileiali: branch S the
TAINTS, OILS. WALL rAPER, ETt'.
Pai uts, )i ls.YariiLshes, liritslies
Window (ilui'J, Window Sbudo, YAt.
Alwayi on hand tbo oihratd iiiiikh
Brotw1 Ittilldlntr, Com-1 P-iim 111
incretiii Ate.. 1 v.....,.....
NSUHANCE AGENCT OF
AVells it IvEirnr,
Royal Canadian I Capital. in. urn (.old.
W SI 1 fit lit 1 El" d Marine (Mir.Tille, N.J.)
.U111M1H , Af-fta.$1.44it'T.M.
'iimtidi''i'il '. of N"w Tork r"?v
I'll Sun tOf Philadelphia: eXahll-lied iu laot.)
I UlUll Afet. fttl.ltW.ui.
r IR'UllUl iS 1A....1. 410.4JI.Stf.
ILI llltlll f Anet $4VS,S77.S1.
WUHTEN AT FA1I1 HATES.
Offloo In Aloxiimler County Tlnnk.
rr" t. .
SALOONS AND REHTAlllAXTS.
Saloon and Hestaurant
rui bt or
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Conitautly on band : ulco bar rmnlanUy on hand a
uire. iuppiy 01
RUITS, LEMON'S, OKAN'GES, AFI'LF.S,
AT WIIOI.KHAI.I AKO KSTAtL,
At tlto Old Pelninilloo Hotel, fill Ohio Lovee.
Tho rholee.t, molt
la. tl nil yet moet dellnito
of all lierfiliueii for uhcoii
the liiinilkerrhlet at the
toilet mid in the linth,
ilellllhtnil and healthful
III the .Irk room, relli'.i..
wtiakui'H, fulliftie. pnmtratlnn, tierfou.ne.ii and
headache. Ixxik out foreonnterfelt.. Alwaria.k
fur KloHda Water, prnpared hy the aula proprietor,
Meair. I.anman A Kemp, New Tork.
For eal by pvsfaawra. drlili and fouey guodi
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY JIOILXIKG, JULY 23, 1870.
CENERAL DKLIVEUV open T:80 a. m.j cIokci
VI 8:.'til 11. m. ! Similar : K in U a.m.
Money Order Depurtmoiit open at 8 a. ra.; cloeea
p, .1 i. in.
Thniut;h Expre.a Mnlla via II 1 1 nol Centrnl and
Mlaiaalipi Ceutral Kiillroad. rlii.H at 1:!I p. in.
Cairo and I'oplar lllitir Through and Wuy Mall
vi'ii" . iii K...1 11, ni.
Way Mull via IIIIiioIh Central. Culm and Vln
reniie. mid .Mlm.iwippl Central iOillroudu clone at
B:4.'i p. tn.
Way Mull for Narrow (Jaueo luillroad donee at 8
Cairo and Rvanavllle ltlver K011U1 donee at 0::V)
p. 111. oaiiy (r.tecpt h rlduy;.
OKHCIAI. DI HK( TOII V.
Trea.urer-ll! K. I'uiker.
Clerk J. II. I'hillin.
Ciiillimdor Win. It. tlllliert.
Mnri-hal-C. I). Arti r.
Attorney W. if. Mi lice.
J'ollee .Vluj,-li.tnitc-.,l. J. Illril.
mt.yu) or Ai.nr.iiMKy.
Flr.t Ward -t.eo. Vnriiin. Vm. (('illinium.
Sei oml Murd -Wooil Jtltleiihoili'U, N. U. Thtntlo-
Third W'iril-W. I'. Wrlu'hl. John Wood.
Konrtli Wunl-( hurle. (. )'uti r. I. .1. Foley.
FiltU Ward-T. W. Ilulllilny, Chan. I.iincuster.
Clrrnlt Jnik'o-I). J. Ituker.
Lireuit ( lerk-J. A. Keen-.
County .liulne It. S. Vix um.
County Clerk -S. J. Iloinm.
County Attorney W. C. .Mulkey,
County Trcamirur A. J. Alden.
( oroner K. Fitz'erair..
Coiintv Coinrniiiioner T. W. Hallidny, M. V.
rown. (feo. W. SauuiioiiH.
Arrival and Dcpurture of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Exjire.K S.Cat a in. 12:10 a.m.
.Mall 4:HI a.m. 1 :!') n.m.
Fri'luht 7::tDa.in. :00a.m.
rrelcht H::la. in. 4::ip.m.
CAIKO ANJ VINCENNES JtAII.hOAO.
Mall lfl:i p m. 4:45 a. 111.
ST. LOL1S, 1. M. AND hOL'THKHN itA 1 1.1(0 A I J.
Eipren 5:a) a.m. J:iJp.m.
tAIKU AU bl. J.ULIM KAII.HUAll.
Thrnuvh Eipren. 5:15 p.m. 8:45 a.m.
!iirjinytoru Accoinmo(latioii.ri:45 p.m. iMp.w.
-r.iif in r-illlllllT. Tf.xeepi MotlUay.
VFHICAN M. E. -Fourteenth ftreet, iM'tween
Walnut and Cedar atreeta: nervireii Sahbath 11
a. m. and T:i p. oi.; Sunday Sdiool l:ip. in.
CMIHISTIAN-Elirhteenth atreet: meeting Sab-
hath ln::il p. m.; preat-uluj; occaaloually.
pIM UCH OF THE REDEEM EIMEplncopal)
J Fourtceutli Htrect; Monilnir pravcra (.Sahliath)
10:rt0 a. m.; evening prarern. T::i p.m.; Snhhatli
:hoil V a. m. Iter. St. J. Dillon-Leu, Rector.
LMItST MISSIONAKY HAITI ST CIICHCIL
1 I'ri'ai.hiiin at 10:311 a. 111.. a u. ni . and T:) 11. in.
Sahliath echool at ":) p. m. Rov. T. J. hhorea,
Il'TllEItAN-Thlrteeiith etreet: nerrin-a Sab
J hath 11 a. in. and ?::) p. 111.; Snnday school Ha.
111. Ket. Duerei huer, parlor.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreeta;
l'reaehlni; Sahliath 10::t a. in. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedueeilav p. ui.; Sunday
Sebool, S p. in. Iter. A. 1'. Morriron, partor.
)I!ESHVTEHIAN-Elebt, n,v,.; preachine on
J Sahliath at 10:: a. 111. and 7::tp. m.; tiravi-r
meeiluir Wedne.ilay at 7::)p. m.; Sunday school
at 3 p. m. iter. U. V. Cieore. pa.tor.
CECOND FREE-WILL IIAITIST - Fifteenth
0 etreei. between Walnut and Cedar etrecte; cr
vice. Sabbath at H aud T::J0 p. m.
CT. JOSEI'irS-tRoman Cathol,.-) Corner Cro.a
v and Walnut .twin; eervlren SaShath l():aoa.
m.; Sunday s. hool at t p. m. ; Veep srt S p. m.; .er
vlree every day at Ij p. m.
CT. I'ATRICK'S-tlloman Catholic) Corner Ninth
k street ami Uanhiii'toii aveuue; nervire. Sah
liath i and In a. m. : Ve.pere H p. m. ; 8nndnv Sehool
1 p. 111. ; rervicce every day at (t p. in. Jti-v. P. Zabel,
rpiIE CITV NATIONAL BANK,
W.P. IIAI.I.IDA Y, President.
II- L. IIAI.I.IDA V. Vlce-I'realdent.
WALTER 11 VSLUI', Canhler,
DI RECTO US:
S. PTAATH TATIlll.
w. p. ruujniT.
It. It. t'NSINOllAkt,
IIKMIT I,. IU I.I.I HAT,
0. U. WILUAHm.
If. It. OAIUKI.
Eiehanffp, Coin and United Stafcs Bonds
R0ll,nT AHD BOLD.
Delimit recHri'd and a pefliiral KAtitrlnf. Knaln.a
LEXANDEU COUNTY DANK,
Commordal Avonne and Eighth Strsot,
P. nilflSS, l-renldent.
1'. NEFF. Viee-1'rei.ldent.
II. WELLS. Canhler.
T. J. KEItTil. Aenl.tant Caahler.
F. Bro.a. Cairo; William Kltiire. Calm;
l'eter Nell'. Cairo; William Wolf. Cairo;
C, M. Onterloh, It. L DlllliiKKlev, St. Louis:
h. Under. Cairo; J. Y. Clcmijou.'Caledoula.
AC.ENEHAL BANK1NO IlfSINESS PONE. Ex
i ll 11 hue mild and hotii:ht. Iulerent paid In tho
Having Department. Collection mailo and all
bll I lie promptly intended lo.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
CliurUTtMl Httrcb 31, 1809.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
TNTKI1KST paid on rtepo.lt March lt and Sep
X teniher lt. Intercut not withdrawn I added Im
mediately tn tho principal of tho dcpoeltii, thereby
k'lvluii thvm couipuuud Intercut.
(V Children anil married women may deposit
money and no one flue ran draw it
WJLLTXR HYSLOP, Tkbaboim.
JIAKKETS 1!Y TELEORAPH.
Liveutkh, July 24, 2:00 P. M. Wheat
Stutcy Winter, Its 4d((t0n 81; Sjiring,
H Oil (it,i)i Calit'orniit nvcnyi', 10s
108 1; Ciilil'iirnia clul,10s :M10s Oil.
Cnrn-tit:vv, 22n (yl&lli Od; old, 27a 3diJ
NEW VOilK (1I1AIN.
New York. July 2:), 12:09 p.m. Whent
quiet lmt firm No. 2 Cli'u noo, $t OH;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $100,1107; Red
Winter, $1 0de7l 1-4; Atuber, $1 OOfi
1 10. Oirn quiet Steamer, 4('li'li
No. C, r,i No. 2. i. Gold, 10oi.
CIIIOAOO CHAIN AND I'llODfCE.
CincAdo, July 24, 10 A. m. Wheat
,'uly, ejl; August, M He bid; September,
Corn August, 3S?c nsked; S ji-
tenber. 3Sc. Pork August, $9 37
bill; September, $0 52 J bid.
Ciiicaoo, July 24, 11:14 a. m. Wheat
August 89c ; Seitembcr, 85c. Corn Aug
ust, 38;a:i87ic; .Si'iitember, 38Ji3!)c.
Pork August, $9 42; September, fJ-
Chicago, July 24, 12:00 m. Wheat-
July, $1 02&1 03; August, 8'JJf bid.
Corn August, 38,7e bid; September,
3878('39u ; July, 40c bid. Pork -August,
$9 48Ja0 4V, September, l?9 CO.
THE ITALIAN tiOVF.RN.MENT I'VIII.ICLY HEI'C-
DUTK8 THEM PRELIMINARIES TO AN
OTHER royal marrloe rooardch
DEFEATH 1'ENNELI. IN A SIIOoTINO MATCH.
London. July 23. Interruption of tele-
graplt wires between Paris and Vienna de
lavs the receipt of news from Eastern
HIVES FREEDOM OK T1IF- CITY.
The freedom of the city will be conferred
Upon Lords Beacon-field nml Salisbury on
the 3rd of August, immediately liefnre the
ministerial banquet at the Mansion house.
WILL StTI'ORT I'l.fNKETT S AMENDMENT.
It is believed that the debute on Lord
Ilurtington'g resolutions in the house of
commons will last next week till Friday,
when a division will take place. 1 he Con
servatives will supixirt Ramie Edward
I'lunkett'a amendment, expressim; confi
dence in the ministers, with the whole
btrength of their party.
DUIARDI S WINS AOAIN.
The return match between Capt. A. B.
B( gardus, the American pi neon shot chani
pitui, and Cholmondelly Peniiel, of Hurl
iugton tmrk and Guii clubs, too; lilnco tn-
(.'ay. They shut at 100 birds each for $1001)
t side. The match was won by Bognrdus
by two birds.
BETROTHAL OF THE DCKE OF CONN AC(i IIT.
In the house of commons this evening the
chancellor ot the exchequer announced the
betrothal of the duke of Connatight, Queen-
I'tonii s third son, with the Princess Mane
Laiise of Prussia, daughter of Prince Fre
The chancellor said he would move on
Thursday the provisions of a grant for the
mike. Sir Charles Dilke, radical, gave no
tier that he would submit mi amendment
reciting there, is no constitutional precedent
for such an application.
LtNDiN. July S3. The queen has con
ferred the order of Knight of the Garter up
on the Marquis of Salisbury, and this order,
witlt further honors, await the return of
Mr. Liytird from Constantinople.
DEMONSTRATIONS IX ITALY.
Rove, July 23. Telegrams from Genoa,
Btlenuo, Brescia, Pavia," Seggio. DcEmila,
Turin, Pistoja and Ferraza describe the
meetings in those cities yesterday in favor
of ''Italia Irredenta" as large and enthusi
astic. Resolutions of tho same character as
these passed at Naples Sunday and at Palit
rainu theater yesterday were voted. Dem
Otstrations were also made in Golden!
thcatrez, Ancona, at Arena, Brtmetti, Bolog
n:t, nml in the streets of Naples, w here cries
were raised of "Viva Trieste," "Viva Tren
to." A meeting will be held at Milan,
Como, Sanelemo and Venice. -Monday next.
Thorough precautions will be taken by the
authorities and a firm yet coneilatory action
of the police. The demonstration last night
before Venetian palace where the Austrian
ambassador to the holy see resides, and be
fore Chigi palace, the residence of the Aus
trian ambassador to Italy, were confined to
shouts of liberation of Triest. and Trenino.
Almost simultaneously with the first mani
festation some companies of line and of ber
siglnire took possession of the approaches
to loth palaces, and the police dispersed the
people gathered in front.
Referring to the requirements of Interna
tional usage in relation to the proceedings
of the "Italia Irredenta" party, the Dirreto
says the government is fully alive to its du
ties and obligations towards tho friendly
powers, and is determined to ft up to
them. A system of over friendship and
latent conspirncy may suit weak govern
ments which have all to gain and nothing
tn lose by an adventurous policy, but be
tween great stales thero can only exist
either open friendship or open hostility. It
would bo an act of perfidy to cast upon
the government the responsibility for agita
tion which is a groat measure t'tqiccially
directed against itself. The nrtlclo con
cludes by expressing deep regret at tho pres
A band of, musicians in the plana was
obliged to piny tho Garibaldi hymn several
times to answer to tho demands of tho
crowds. Tho demonstration was finally
cndi'd by a band unvoting men parading
tho streets, singfliijf, patriotic songs nnd
shouting "Abiwsoot'orti und Viva Liil-u-crra."
Moderate Liberals attribute tho demon
strations to ultramontancc intlueni ci. JJ,.
ertii observes that the attempted demon
stration did not have the results hoped fr
by its imprudent fanatic promoters, in
conse(iieiice of the calm nnd dignified
attitude of the population.
La Capitale regrets tlm demonstration
which, it fears, was organized either by
some thoughtless individuals or by agent's
of those desirous of stirring up agitation in
The Deritto, tho ministerial organ,
maintains the necessity of preserving in
tact the right of public meeting but slates
that the government is firmly resolved to
prevent any demonstrations that will dis
turb public order, a fact proved yesterday
evening by the stringent measures taken by
the minister of the interior to stop the at
tempted mitnil'estation which was highly
unbecoming, both in form and substance.
Deritto adds .that neither Zanardelli, the
minister at the interior, nor Caiiuli, the
president of the council, are disposed to
yield to intimidation or threats.
LETTERS OF REORET.
Vienna. July 23. The Italian govern
ment has forwarded to the Austrian govern
ment an official communication regretting
the demonstrations against the Austrian em
bassy. AN AMERICAN REAPER WINS.
Paris, July 23. A grand trial of repears
in connection with the exposition took place
to-day at Mormnnt. There were forty-three
competitors, and the Macon, Mich., reaper
of America won the first prize. A grand
banquet was subsequently given by parties
interested, and America was highly compli
mented. THE GREENBACKERS.
THE PLATFORMS ENUNCIATED IN THE TWO
STATES OK OHIO AND NEW YORK.
Syhactse. N. Y'., July 23. Over 700
delegates to tho Greenback statu conven
tion, which met at noon, are on hand. The
convention probably will do little inure
than organize to-day, und an evening ses
sion is probable. The platform will em
body Peter Cooper's views and be more
radical than that adopted at Toledo. The
leading feattrres are as follows: The Green
backers believe that the panic was pro
duced by a war against common sense
by Secretary Sherman and gold worship
pers; and resolved,
1. To pay the war debt according to con
tract, in greenbacks. They to be at nil
times convertible into three percent, bonds,
and they in turn convertible into green
bucks. 2. Greenbacks to be taken for customs
3. Legal tender certificates to be given to
our miners for all silver bullion deposited
with the government. This would utilize
the whole silver crop in a week, and render
further coinage unnecessary.
- 4. The government to order a new issue
to tho amount $1,000,000,000, the said
greenbacks to be expended in ship, canal
and river improvements, works of first im
jiortance to the republic.
The Greeiilmckers also favor the election
of president and vice president bythedirect
vote of the people, nnd the election of
United States senators every four years by
direct vote of the people.
THE OHIO CONVENTION.
Coi.i Mnt s, July 23. Tho state conven
tion of the National Greenback-Labor party
meets at the city hall at 2 o'clock this after
noon. There were 150 delegates in the city
this morning. When all arrive it is expect
ed that over 400 will be present. There
was an informal caucus of delegates already
in the city this forenoon to canvass the status
of candidates for state ollices. The com
mittees will not act until all delegates arrive
C. W. Leckcnby, of Cleveland, offered
the following resolution:
Resolved, That ill the opinion of this
convention, secret organization is no more
necessary for the well being and progress
ot our noblo cause; wo thercioro recom
mend open meetings, so that we give no
offense or cause of complaint to those who
would charge us, with secret designs caus
ing controversy of tho wire pulling parties
whose dirty work we oppose,
The resolution was laid on the table.
Judge Tattle, of Painesville, Ohio,
whom it is expected will sweep James A.
Garfield out of congress, was called on for a
speech and stated that he was once a
Garfield Republican but is so no longer.
Equal rights and equal money is what ho
At 5:15 p.m., uhe committee 'on resolu
tions through their chairman, Gen. S. F.
Carey, repotted as follows:
1. Wo endorse and ie-urliriii the platform
adopted at Toledo.
2. The want of harmony of sentiment
on financial questions iu both Republican
and Democratic parties renders !t absolutely
necessary that those who demand nnnncial
reform should abandon old organizations
and unito together in the National Green
back Labor patty to save business men
from bankruptcy, working classes from
starvation, the whole country from revolu
tion, and the nation from repudiation.
a. o (ii'tiounco as crimes against the
people the law niakinu mvenbucks onlv
partial legal tender, tho act creating nation
al banking, the act changing currency
bonds into coin bonds, the act of exempt
ing bonds from taxation, the act repealing
the income tax, the act demonetizing silver,
the act for Issuing interest bearing bonds for
the purchase of silver bullion to bo convert
ed, into subsidiary coin, the act for tho
forced resumption ot specie lmviuonts. tho
act for the indefinite increase: of tho national
bunk circulation and enormous contraction
of the volume of the circulating medium,
and wu recognize the Himnciid legislation
of tho government, from the contmeni'e.
ment of the civil war, as arbitrary, by tho
actiou of tho ( syndicate bankers and
usurers, with the simple and settled pur
pose of robbing thn many to enrich the few.
4. To remedy and counteract the evils
complained of, wp demand that tho govern
ment shall issue full legal tender paper
money, adequate lu volume tor tho employ-
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ment of lalnir, tho distribution of its pro
ducts, tho requirements of business and for
the payment of all intcrcst-beuring bonds at
fast as redeemable, the withdrawal and col
lection 'of all bank notes designed to circu
late us currency, the non-exemption from
taxation of all private property, tho passage,
ot a graduated income tax, tho unlimited
coinage of gold and silver and the repeal of
the specio resumption act, all legalized mo
nopolies to bo abolished und their establish
ment in the future prohibited.
5. We recognize the mutual dependence
of capital und hibor, and deprecate all at
tempts to antagonize them. Combinations
of capital to rob, and strikes of labor to re
sist robbery, are destructive of the true in
terests of both. We denounce alike Com
munism, which demands an equal division
of property und. infamous financial legisla
tion, which takes all from the many to en
rich a few. Wo want cheap capital and well
paid labor in place of deur capital nnd
0. To secure rights and protect interests
of the employer and employed, a bureau of
statistics should bo established and compe
tent persons appointed to inquire, into and
rejsirt the condition und wuies of working
classes in all departments of industry, that
wise, judicious and equitable laws may be
enacted in regard to hours of labor and em
ployment of manufacturing establishments.
7. The public lands should be sacredly
set aoart for lioiiii'vt,.n,lj !' nnt 11 41 1 i-'..trl .i j
t A.ntiai tn.il.il
nnd such legislation should bo had as will
encourage and uid the landless in securing
8. Tho contract system of employing in
mates of prisons, works great injustice to
mechanics and manufacturers and should
0. The importation of servile labor from
other countries should be prohibited under
the severest penalties, while emigration of
liberty loving people from other lauds should
10. We deprecato and denounce all sedi
tious and violent measures, and appeal only
to good sense, love of justice and patriot
ism of the people aud iuvoke them to re
dress their cruel and oiitrinrcoii wmnm
only through tho tho ballot box.
Jl. We demand proper sanitary safe
guards and regulations , for workshops,
mines nnd factories.
12. We favor the enactment of laws giv
ing mechanics and laborers first lien on all
descriptions, of work for full wages.
13. That we are opposed to any further
issue of interest-bearing lsmds of tho
United States for any purpose.
14. That WO favor tho ennernient nf such
laws as will secure liberal protection to
tne agricultural, mining, manufacturing
and pioducill!' interests of the nntinn. nml
at the same time confer the greatest good
upon tne greatest number.
Chnrlottsvllle Virginia Chronicle.
A wise enactment of tlm Inst lmnaliOnr..
went into operation on the first of this
moniii, which win not only greatly dimin
ish the criminal expenses of tho State, but
exercise a salutary inthieneo for the preven
tion of roguery on a small scale. Hereafter
the petty thieves who have been accommo
dated with comfortable lodging and good
fare at the public expense, as the penalty of
a midnight raid on a hen-nxwr. or the lar
ceny of any trilling peace of property will
be treated instead then lit tt fl ri mil iLwn ni
old-fashioned raw-hide. The lash, well laid
on, is.to bo the penalty for all cases of mis
demeanor, when the oll'i in 1 1 r is ii nml. i Tn
the case of a female, the court may at its
uiscrcrion mulct cue stripes or imprison the
guilty party. Hereafter no convict will bo
sent to the penitentiary for a period less
(l in .i .. ..
iiiiuium ee years, ah cue small-lry rogues
will be comiielled to lino-the wliililiimr luiuf
and receive tho traditional "nine" and
The infliction of strines ift rrirr.triLiil In.
some tender sentimentalists as a relic of
barbarism. He regard tho whipping-post
as a conservative institution, and venture to
predict that henceforth the iliiiniwti,. wu
of the commonwealth will sleep more com
fortably and with less risk of the rudu disturbance-
of their rest hy the midnight
inier. nen it is once tairly understood
bv this class of dciirt'ilutors tlmr tlm i.iirta
will exact the legal penalty of "flesh nnd
blood" for petit larceny, and no longer pro
vide comfortable quarters for the lazy thriit
less thieves who usually commit such of
fenses, we may confidentially expect greater
security for our unprotected personal prop
erty. A RICH MENDICANT.
New York World, tilth.)
John Jones, a blind man who has amassed
a competence by begging, is charged by his
wife Annie with abandonment and cruel
treatment, and has brought a suit in the
Superior Court for limited divorce and sep
arate maintenance. The couple were mar
ried November 1, 1874, and Mrs. Jone
asserts that about throe your ago ho Ix-giui
to exhibit n violent temper and to continu
ally ill treat her. Among tho acts of cru
elty ho inflicted upon her she instances tlmt
he struck her with a large cane, pushed her
out of the house, threw her downstairs, and
finally refused to allow her t,.
enter his house or nroviilii fur
i I mil vnuuu
worth $110,000. Mr. .loiu.a ,ta:.,a i.....
' - - " muni;
charges, and says his wife is addicted to ex
cessive imiiKing, ami, taking advantage of
his blindness, was in the habit of observing
where he put his money, mid then, without
his consent, taking it and spending it in
riotous living among Immoral am! dissolute
companions. He adds that she has been
unfaithful in her martial relations, and has
ii ii omen in iter nusoainl s liottse, against
bis consent, a nnin nm I T,.,..., n......
i I i . uiiimo inner.
and that in May last she went away with
this man. deserting her husband. Ho
denies that ho has u 1
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f 1,200 a year, out of which ho Is obliged to
"n""i 'sen mm nn attendant. Jtnlgit
Sanlord yesterday sent the case ton referee,
direct nir Mr. .Tnim -.o i,..,.-.i
r- - - .v 1'i.j v'"' fcoilill. Ml.-
truying tho expenses of tho suit.
THE TEXAS DEMOCRATS.
MEW Qkleans, July 23.-A Galveston
News special from Austin says : A commit
tee of nine members, from each wing, tit
conference this morning, decided to with
draw tho names of both candidates and put
up men not yet before the convention.